ourses; the students haven’t decided ______
A.where to choose B.whom to choose C.which to choose D.why to choose
29.He said he’d phone you ______ he got home.
A.for a while B.after a while C.at moment D.the moment
30.With a good ______ of both Chinese and English, Miss Lin was assigned to be the tour guide for the American visitors.
A.command B.interest C.result D.impression
Part II Cloze (1 point each, 15 points in all)
Directions: There are 15 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A, B, C and D, You should choose the ONE that best fits the passage and write the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.
A college or university’s international student office is a good place ____31__getting to know the school and the country .Let’s ____32__support services for international students in the United States. Our example is the University of Southern California (U.S.C.),____33___has had the most international students in American colleges or universities ___34__ the past seven years. U.S.C. ’s Office of International Services says ____35___student this years is about seven thousand five hundred.
The Office helps _____36___student life at the university. It also organizes programs to help foreign ______37___feel more relaxed in their new surroundings. Most American colleges and universities have a similar _____38____that helps international students. These offices look for ways to get students ____39___in school life and make ____40___friends. Their job is not always easy. International students often want to ____41__thier free time with friends from their own countries. The office at U.S.C. ___42__assists family members who come to the United States with international students. The family members can take English classes and go on trips to places ______43__museums.
India, China, South Korea, Japan and Canada _____44__the most students to the United States during the last school ____45____.Next came Taiwan, Mexico, and Thailand.
31.A.to start B.starts C.to stop D.stops
32.A.talk B.to talk C.talk about D.to talk about
33.A.that B.who C.whose D.which
34.A.as B.for C.to D.at
35.A.the number of B.a number of C.a lot of D.a great deal of
36.A.express B.expressing C.explain D.explaining
37.A.college B.colleges C.student D.students
38.A.branch B.office C.department D.organization
39.A.consisted B.consisting C.involved D.involving
40.A.rich B.poor C.old D.new
41.A.cost B.spend C.take D.save
42.A.also B.yet C.already D.thus
43.A.unlikely B.unlike C.like D.likely
44.A.sent B.took C.brought D.carried
45.A.month B.year C.week D.day
Port III Reading Comprehension (2,5 points each, 50 points in all)
Directions: There are 4 tasks for you to fulfill, You should read the passages below carefully and do the tasks as you are instructed.
Directions: After reading the following passage, you will find 5 questions or unfinished statements (No.46 to No.50). For each question or statement there are 4 choices marked A, B, C and D. You should make the correct choice and write the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet.
Strange things happen to time when you travel, because the earth is divided twenty-four time zones, one hour apart. You can have days with more or fewer than twenty-four hours, and weeks with more or fewer than seven days.
If you make a five-day trip across the Atlantic Ocean, your ship enters a different time zone every day, As you enter each zone, the time changes one hour. Traveling west, you set clock back; traveling east, you set it ahead. Each day of your trip has either twenty-five or twenty-three hours.
If you travel by ship across the Pacific, you cross the International Date Line. By agreement, this is the point where a new day begins. When you cross the line, you change your calendar one full day, backward or forward. Traveling east, today becomes yesterday; traveling west, it is tomorrow.
46.Strange things hap