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 As soon as Charles had _____ a little from his surprise, his one thought was to get away.

   A. returned    B. absorbed    C. dissolved    D. recovered


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There is not much time left; So I'll tell you about it _____.

   A. in detail    B. in brief    C. in short    D. in all


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 His _____of the aeroplane was correct in every detail and could really fly.

   A. shape    B. pattern    C. design    D. model


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 The child enjoyed _____ up the wooden bricks then knocking them down.

   A. adding    B. pushing    C. piling    D. forming


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 There are a number of words in the English language that were French in ______.

A. root     B. base  C. bottom D. origin


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Volunteers, as an essential part of a successful world exposition, are a major channel for the public to participate in, serve and share the world exposition and a means to showcase the image of the host country and city. The following information is about the volunteer for the World Exposition 2010 Shanghai China.

I. Basic Requirements for Volunteers                         

● Be willing to participate in voluntary services of Expo 2010;      

● Age limit: Expo Site volunteers must be born before April 30;

1992 and Expo City Voluntary Service Station volunteers before

April 30, 1994;

● Obey the laws and regulations of the PRC;

● Be able to participate in training and relevant activities before the opening of Expo 2010;

● Possess necessary knowledge and skills needed by the position;

● Be in good health to meet the requirements of corresponding voluntary positions.

II. Further Information for Volunteers

● Source

       Residents of Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, as well as overseas Chinese, and foreigners can all apply to be the volunteers.

● Signup methods

Applicants may log in onto the official websites for online signup. They may also consult or connect with the Expo Volunteer Stations.

● Time

May 1–December 31, 2009

III. Volunteer Training

      Volunteer training includes general training, special training and position training. General training is carried out through internet, while special training and position training are provided through classroom lectures and field practice.

IV. Volunteer Types

● Expo Site volunteers refer to those offering voluntary services to visitors and the Organizer in the Expo Site, mainly including information, visitor flow management, reception, translation and interpretation, assistance for the disabled, and assistance in media service, event and conference organization and volunteer management.

● Information booth volunteers are stationed in the Expo's information booths at key transportation centers, commercial outlets, tourist attractions, restaurants, hotels and cultural event places outside the Expo Site. They offer services including information, translation, interpretation and even first aid.

1. If you were born in April 1993, where can you be a volunteer?

A. In the Expo City.                                     B. In the host country.

C. In the Expo Site.                             D. In Chinese mainland.

2. Which of the training will be done on the Internet?

A. Position training.                               B. General training.

C. Classroom training.                    D. Special training.

3. Which of the following service is offered by information booth volunteers?

A. Visitor flow management.                         B. Helping the disabled.

C. Assistance in media service.                  D. Emergency First aid.

4. Which of the following is not suitable for being a volunteer of Expo 2010?

 A. Being own good health to meet the requirements of corresponding voluntary positions.

B. Following the laws and regulations of the PRC.

C. Being able to join in training and relevant activities after the opening of Expo 2010.

 D. Owning necessary knowledge and skills needed by the position.


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The United States is on the verge of losing its leading place in the world’s technology. So says more than one study in recent years. One of the reasons for this decline is the parallel decline in the number of U.S. scientists and engineers.

Since 1976, employment of scientists and engineers is up 85 percent. This trend is expected to continue. However, the trend shows that the number of 22-year-old    the near term source of future PhDs is declining. Further adding to the problem is the increased competition for these candidates from other fields    law,medicine,business,etc. While the number of U.S. PhDs in science and engineering declines,the award of PhDs to foreign nationals is increasing rapidly.

Our inability to motivate students to pursue science and engineering careers at the graduate level is compounded because of the intense demand industry has for bright Bachelor‘s and Master‘s degree holders. Too often,promising PH.D.candidates, confronting(面临) the cost and financial sacrifice of pursuing their education, find the attraction of industry irresistible.

1. The U.S.will come to lose its leading place in technology probably because ________.

A. scientists and engineers are not employed

B. the number of PH.D. degree holders is declining

C. the number of scientists and engineers is decreasing

D. the number of 22-year-ilds is declining

2. The field of science and engineering is facing a competition from ________ .

A. postgraduates           

B. technology

C. such fields as law,medicine and business

D. foreign nationals

3. Large-scale enterprises now need _______.

A. new inventions                B. engineers

C. advanced technology              D. bright graduates and postgraduates

4. PH.D. candidates "find the attraction of industry irresistible" means that _________.

       A. they cannot work for industry any longer

       B. they find industry is attracting more and more college students

       C. they don’t think they can prevent themselves from working for industry

       D. they cannot resist any attraction from all sides


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People tend to think of computers as isolated machines, working away all by themselves. Some personal computers do without an outside link, like someone's secret cabin in the woods. But just as most of homes are tied to a community by streets, bus routes and electric lines, computers that exchange intelligence are part of a community local, national and even global network joined by telephone connections.

  The computer network is a creation of the electric age, but it is based on old-fashioned trust. It cannot work without trust. A rogue (流氓) loose in a computer system called hacker is worse than a thief entering your house. He could go through anyone's electronic mail or add to, change or delete anything in the information stored in the computer's memory. He could even take control of the entire system by inserting his own instructions in the software that runs it. He could shut the computer down whenever he wished, and no one could stop him. Then he could program the computer to erase any sign of his ever having been there.

Hacking, our electronic-age term for computer break-in is more and more in the news, intelligent kids vandalizing(破坏)university records, even pranking (恶作剧) about in supposedly safeguarded systems. To those who understand how computer networks are increasingly regulating life in the late 20th century, these are not laughing matters. A potential for disaster is building: A dissatisfied former insurance-company employee wipes out information from some files; A student sends out a "virus", a secret and destructive command, over a national network. The virus copies itself at lightning speed, jamming the entire network thousands of academic, commercial and government computer systems. Such disastrous cases have already occurred. Now exists the possibility of terrorism by computer. Destroging a system responsible for air-traffic control at a busy airport, or knocking out the telephones of a major city, is a relatively easy way to spread panic. Yet neither business nor government has done enough to strengthen its defenses against attack. For one thing, such defenses are expensive; for another, they may interrupt communication, the main reason for using computers in the first place.

1. People usually regard computers as _________.

       A. part of a network           

       B. means of exchanging intelligence

       C. personal machines disconnected from outside

       D. a small cabin at the end of a street .

2. The writer mentions “ a thief ”in the second paragraph most probably to _________.

       A. show that a hacker is more dangerous than a thief

       B. tell people that thieves like to steal computers nowadays

       C. demand that a computer network should be set up against thieves

       D. look into the case where hackers and thieves are the same people

3. According to the passage , a hacker may do all the damages below EXCEPT _________.

       A. attacking people’s e-mails .      B. destroying computer systems .

       C. creating many electronic-age terms .      

       D. entering into computer systems without being discovered

4. By saying “ Now exists the possibility of terrorism by computer ”(the underlined ) the writer means that________.

       A. some employees may erase information from some files

       B. students who send out a “ virus ”may do disastrous damages to thousands of computers

       C. some people may spread fear in public by destroying computer systems

       D. some terrorists are trying to contact each other using electronic mails


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Open   adj., verb, nounadj.NOT CLOSED1 allowing things or people to go through: A wasp flew in the open window. She had left the door wide open.

2 (of sb’s eyes, mouth, etc.) with eyelids or lips apart: She had difficulty keeping her eyes open (= because she was very tired).He was breathing through his open mouth.3 spread out; with the edges apart: The flowers are all open now.

4 not blocked by anything: The pass is kept open all the year.NOT FASTENED5 not fastened or covered, so that things can easily come out or be put in: The bag burst open and everything fell out.

verbDOOR / WINDOW / LID1 [vn] to move a door, window, lid, etc.so that it is no longer closed: Mr Chen opened the car door for his wife. close2 [v] to move or be moved so that it is no longer closed: The door opened and Alan walked in. The doors of the bus open automatically.closeCONTAINER / PACKAGE3 [vn] to remove the lid, undo the fastening, etc.of a container, etc.in order to see or get what is inside: Shall I open another bottle? She opened her bag and took out her passport.EYES4 [vn, v] if you open your eyes or your eyes open, you move your eyelids upwards so that you can see closeCOMPUTING5 [vn, v] to start a computer program or file so that you can use it on the screenopen doors for sb to provide opportunities for sb to do sth and be successful open your / sb’s eyes (to sth) to realize or make sb realize the truth about sth: Travelling really opens your eyes to other cultures.open your / sb’s mind to sth to become or make sb aware of new ideas or experiences.

open the way for sb/sth (to do sth) to make it possible for sb to do sth or for sth to happen: The agreement could open the way for the country to pay off its debts.—more at heart, heaven open into / onto sth to lead to another room, area or place: This door opens onto the yard. The two rooms open into each other.open out to become bigger or wider: The street opened out into a small square.open out (to sb) to become less shy and more willing to communicate open up1 to talk about what you feel and think: It helps to discuss your problems but I find it hard to open up.2 to begin shooting: Anti-aircraft guns opened up.3 (often used in orders) to open a door, container, etc.: Open up or we’ll break the door down! open up1 to become or make sth possible, available or able to be reached: The new catalogue will open up the market for our products. The railway opened up the east of the country.

2 to begin business for the day; to start a new business: I open up the store for the day at around 8.30. close up3 to start a new business: There’s a new Thai restaurant opening up in town. close down

noun  the open [sing.] OUTDOORS1 outdoors; the countryside: Children need to play out in the open.NOT HIDDEN2 not hidden or secret: Government officials do not want these comments in the open.

1.Which of the following “open” is closest in the meaning with the “open” in the sentence “The book lay open on the table.”

A.She had left the door wide open. 

B.The bag burst open and everything fell out.

C.The flowers are all open now.    

D.He opened the letter and read it.

2.Fill in the blank in the sentence “He’s eager to __________different kinds of music.”

A.open the minds of his audience to         

B.open the eyes of his audience to   

C.open the way for his audience to listen to   

D.open doors for his audience to listen to

3.What does the phrase “ the open” mean in “ When you feel tired after a day’s hard work, you’d better invite some friends to the open to relax yourself.”

A.the gym        B.the cinema      C.the countryside       D.the music room

4.Choose one of the following to complete the sentence, “Exciting possibilities__________for her in the new job”.

A.were opening out         B.were opening into  

C.were opening onto        D.were opening up


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He didn’t like coffee _____tea, but water.     

       A.or          B.and              C.but             D.with