86 which of the following is seen as the cause of class differences in the past?
A: life style and occupation
B: Attitude and income
C: income and job security
D: job security and hobbies
87 The writer seems to suggest that the description of____ is closer to truth?
A: middle –class ways of spending money
B: working-class ways of spending the weekend
C: working-class drinking habits
D: middle-class attitudes
88 According to the passage, which of the following is not a typical feature of the middle -class?
A: desiring for security
B: making long term plans
C: having priorities in life
D: saving money
89 Working-class people's sense of security increased as a result of all the following factor except?
A: better social security
B: more job opportunities
C: higher living standard
D: better legal protection.
90 Which of the following statement is incorrect?
A: changes are slowly taking place in all sectors of the British society.
B: the gap between working -class and middle- class young people is narrowing
C: difference in income will remain but those in occupation will disappear
D: middle-class people may sometimes feel inferior to working-class people!
91:At the beginning Miss Eyre 's impressions of Mr.Rochester were all except
92 In "....and all my knowledge of him was limited to occasional meetings about the house,…”.the word about means
93. Why did Mr.Rochester say" ..and then you stab me in the back!" (the 7th para.)
A: because Jane had intended to kill him with a knife
B: because Jane had intended to be more critical.
C: because Jane had regretted having talked to him (来源：EnglishCN英语问答中心[e问e答])
D: because Jane had said something else to correct herself.
94, From what Mr.Rochest told miss Eyre we can conclude that he wanted to
A: tell her all his troubles
B: tell her his life experience.
C: change her opinion of him
D change his circumstances
95, At the end of the passage , Mr. Rochester sounded
96. Which of the following is not a feature of the ideal companion machine?
A: Active in communication
B: Attractive in personality.
C: enjoyable in performance
D: unpredictable in behaviour
97. The computer would develop friendships with humans in a (n) ____way.
98. Which of the following aspects is not mentioned when the passage discusses the benefits of artificial relationships?
A :Being able to pick up an interesting conversation.
B: Being sensitive to earlier contact.
C: Being ready to learn about the person's life
D: Having a pleasant and adaptable personality.
99. Throughout the passage, the author is _____in his attitude toward the computer
100. Which might be the most appropriate title of the passage?
A: Artificial relationships.
B: How to form intimate relationships
C: The affectionate machine
D: Humans and computers
PART Ⅲ CLOZE
There are many superstitions in Britain, but one of the most ( 31 ) held is that it is unlucky to walk under a ladder even if it means (32) the pavement into a busy street! (33) you must pass under a ladder you can (34) bad luck by crossing your fingers and (35) them crossed until you have seen a dog. (36) , you may lick your finger and (37) a cross on the toe of your shoe, and not look again at the shoe until the (38) has dried.
Another common (39) is that it is unlucky to open an umbrella in the house-it will either bring (40) to the person who opened it or to the whole (41). Anyone opening an umbrella in fine weather is (42), as it inevitably brings rain!
The number 13 is said to be unlucky for some, and when the 13th day of the month (43) on a Friday, anyone wishing to avoid a bad event had better stay (44). the worst misfortune that can happen to a person is caused by breaking a mirror, (45) it brings seven years of bad luck! The superstition is supposed to (46) in ancient times, when mirrors were considered to be tools of the gods.
Black cats are generally considered lucky in Britain, even though they are (47) witchcraft.. it is (48) lucky if a black cat crosses your path-although in America the exact opposite belief prevails.
Finally, a commonly held superstition is that of touching wood (49) luck. This measure is most often taken if you think you have said something that is tempting fate, such as “my car has never (50) , touch wood?”
31. A broadly B widely C quickly D speedily
32. A running from B jumping off C stepping off D keeping from
33. A If B As C Though D Unless
34. A erase B remove C avoid D ease
35. A keep B keeping C kept D to keep
36. A Consequently B However C Comparatively D Alternatively
37. A make B print C perform D produce
38. A label B symbol C mark D cut
39. A argument B superstition C opinion D idea
40. A loss B difficulty C tragedy D misfortune
41. A house B household C home D circle
42. A unwise B unintelligent C unpopular D unfortunate
43. A falls B arrives C drops D happens
44. A away B outdoors C indoors D far
45. A when B as C if D though
46. A have originated B be originating C be originated D originate
47. A concerned about B related with C associated with D connected in
48. A especially B specially C frequently D rarely
49. A as B for C in D of
50. A broken up B broken off C broken away D broken down
PART Ⅳ GRAMMAR and VOCABULARY
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