PUBLIC ENGLISH TEST SYSTEM (PETS)
第一部分 听 力
11. Who will speak at the meeting?
[A] The man. [B] The woman. [C] The manager.
12. What is true about the man?
[A]He drives fast. [B] He drives safely. [C] He drives carelessly.
13. What does the woman suggest the man do tomorrow?
[A] Change the window. [B] Move into the room. [C] Come and see the room.
14. What is the man doing?
[A] Shopping. [B] Driving a bus. [C] Asking the way.
15. How much is the medicine?
[A] 40 yuan. [B] 50 yuan. [C] 55 yuan.
16. Who is the man?
[A] He is the woman's husband.
[B] He is the woman's old friend.
[C] He is a stranger to the woman.
17. What does the woman suggest the man do?
[A] Have a rest. [B] Take a bath. [C] See a doctor.
18. What does the woman think the man should do today?
[A] Go to school. [B] Stay at home. [C] Take the exams.
19. Why does the man feel sorry?
[A] Because he can't go to the party.
[B] Because the woman can't go to the party.
[C] Because neither of them can go to the party.
20. What does the woman mean?
[A] She doesn't care where to eat.
[B] She would like to eat at home.
[C] All the restaurants are the same.
21. What time is it now?
[A] 7:25. [B] 7:30. [C] 7:55.
22. What does the man ask the woman to do?
[A] See a film. [B] Go to the dance. [C] Watch the football game.
23. What does the man mean?
[A] He can't see Jane tomorrow.
[B] He will wait until Jane comes.
[C] He wants to see Jane very much.
24. Where are they talking?
[A] In a bank. [B] In a hotel. [C] In a post office.
25.What do we know from the conversation?
[A] Both the man and the woman were late.
[B] Neither the man nor the woman was late.
[C] The man was late while the woman was on time.
26. I will wait for you__________ you come back from school.
[A] while [B] as soon as [C] until
27. You can use the credit card to __________ for a car.
[A] buy [B] pay [C] get
28. Nobody in this office sings __________than Jerry.
[A] well [B] better [C] best
29. --May I go home now?
--No, you __________. You have to finish the paper at school.
[A] can' t [B] needn' t [C] won' t
30. Look, Gary has __________ a postcard of his hotel to us.
[A] borrowed [B] received [C] sent
31. I __________ going to the cinema when I' m free.
[A] like [B] mind [C] care
32. Grandma would like to __________ her hair in a different way.
[A] do [B] give [C] take
33. There isn't __________ time left, so we'd better hurry.
[A] little [B] some [C] much
34. He __________ home for his office at 80' clock that morning.
[A] returned [B] went [C] left
35. When she moved to Beijing, Jane was__________ a student.
[A]still [B] yet [C]ever
36. The poor old woman couldn't buy ________much food.
[A]she [B]hers [C]herself
37. He says that he __________ .his house cleaned once a month.
[A] puts [B]has [C]keeps
38. The change of weather put an end _________their party in the garden.
[A] of [B] in [C] to
39. I opened the door and let the children in __________ dinner was ready.
[A] when [B]though [C]SO
40. John was always the first one__________ his hand when a question was asked.
[A] raised [B]raising [C]to raise
Flying on a plane can cost a lot of money. Now is a good time to buy plane tickets at a low price. Many airlines(航空公司)are selling 41 tickets.
A woman from a news station says that there are good 42 now. But she also says that you 43 be careful. You need to be sure 44 you really want these tickets before buying them. If changes need 45 it will cost a lot of money. You also need to 46 your tickets before the middle of December.
The 47 will not lose any money 48 selling these cheap tickets. They believe that many people will buy 49.They will sell 50 tickets now because they cost less money.
41.[A]cheap [B]expensive [C]single
42.[A]prices [B]reports [C]reasons
43.[A] can [B]must [C]need
44.[A]what [B]that [C]which
45.[A]made [B]to make [C] to be made
46.[A] use [B]travel [C]spend
47.[A]planes [B]stations [C]airlines
48.[A]at [B]with [C] by
49.[A]them [B] their [C]themselves
50.[A]much [B]more [C]most
51. People borrow or read books there. [A] park
52. People go to walk for pleasure there. [B] radio
53. People buy stamps or send letters there. [C] watch
54. People listen to the news or music over it. [D] library
55. People talk to their friends far away over it. [E] telephone
[F] post office
It's a lovely house, facing south with a big garden. As you look at the house from outside, the front door is over on the left. It opens into a big room on the first floor. It is really a beautiful room, with an old fireplace(壁炉)in the east wall. This is where we have our meals. There are doors on either side of the fireplace, leading to(通往)two smaller rooms. One is my study and the other is a bedroom-nice and bright. At the back of the big room, a flight of stairs(楼梯)leads up to the second floor.
The stairs lead into the living-room—it's a nice, big room. It has windows in the north, south and west walls. This is where we spend most of our time when we're not working. There is a big bedroom on this floor. It used to be two rooms, but we had a wall taken down. Between the living-room and the bedroom is a storeroom. We want to turn it into a small bedroom for guests, but we haven't found the time to do it.
56.The family usually has their meals on the first floor.
[A] Right [B]Wrong [C]Doesn't say
57.The stairs are at the back of the big room on the first floor.
[A]Right [B]Wrong [C]Doesn't say
58. The writer moved into the house not long ago.
[A] Right [B] Wrong [C] Doesn't say
59. They took a wall down to make two small rooms into a big living-room.
[A] Right [B] Wrong [C] Doesn't say
60. There is a bedroom for guests now on the second floor.
[A] Right [B] Wrong [C] Doesn't say
Stowe and his girlfriend Ahmad started a voyage on a 20-metre ship on Saturday afternoon. They want the voyage to take them three times around the earth and last l,000 days without a stop.
Stowe has already had many different sailing (航行)voyages in all kinds of weather, but his 23-year-old girlfriend has never sailed outside the Hudson River.
"This will be my first time sailing ever-except for up and down the Hudson River," said Ahmad.
If they make it, their time away from land will beat the 657 days spent at sea by Jon Sanders from Australia. Jon Sanders went around the earth three times from 1986 to 1988.
Stowe plans to sail into the north Atlantic (大西洋) before heading south of the Equator(道 ). After passing the Equator and before passing Cape Horn, he plans to sail around the south Atlantic. "This is a voyage that takes heart," he said.
Every comer of the ship is filled with food. They also have a small library of books on different subjects, such as works of Joseph Conrad and every book written by Herman Melville.
61. What does "voyage" mean in"... started a voyage... "?
[A] A long trip by air. [B] A long trip by sea. [C] A long trip by land.
62. How long do Stowe and Ahmad plan to travel?
[A] 20 days. [B] 657 days. [C] 1,000 days.
63. We know from the text that Ahmad ________
[A] has sailed on the Hudson River
[B] never sailed before the age of 23
[C] once sailed into the north Atlantic
64. Jon Sanders is mentioned because ________
[A] he was not as famous as Stowe
[B] he sailed around the earth before
[C] he once sailed around the earth with Stowe
65. This text is probably a ________
[A] love story [B] home letter [C] news report
Americans use the word" friend" in their own way. Americans have school friends, work friends, and sports friends. These friendships grow out of the same interests. When people no longer do the same thing out of the same interests, the friendship may end.
In some cultures(文化) friendship between two people may last for a lifetime. In these cultures friendships develop slowly, since they are built to last. American society (社会) is one of fast change. Studies show that one out of five American families move every year. American friendships develop quickly, and they may change just as quickly. Americans may seem very friendly and they often talk easily with strangers. They give each other information about their families, hobbies and work. They may smile warmly and say "Have a nice day" or "See you later". Students may say to each other, "Let's get together sometime." But American friendliness does
not always mean true friendship.
Outsiders may think that Americans are too changeable, but learning what Americans think of friendship can help non-Americans keep away from misunderstandings (误解). It can also help them make friends the American way.
66. The text is mainly about
[A] how Americans look at friendship
[B] what Americans expect from friends
[C] why Americans make different friends
67. What percentage of families in America move every year?
[A] 1%. [B] 5%. [C] 20%.
68. Why do American friendships develop and change quickly?
[A] Because American society changes quickly.
[B] Because Americans like to talk with strangers.
[C] Because Americans often change their hobbies.
69. Americans usually talk with strangers about their
[A] studies [B] cultures [C] hobbies
70. What is true according to the text?
[A] It is easy to make lifelong friends with Americans.
[B] It is helpful to learn the American way of friendship.
[C] Americans can make true friends easily and quickly.
第四部分 写 作
71. Henry had to walk home because he missed the last bus.
Henry didn't ____ the last bus so he had to walk home.
72. Henry walked for one hour and a half to get home.
It _______ Henry one hour and a half to walk home.
73. It was half past seven when Henry arrived home.
Henry arrived home ______ half past seven.