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8 PM (HBO) SAND AND SORROW

George Clooney narrates this documentary, directed by Paul Freedman, about the civil war in Sudan. It follows John Prendergast, a human rights activist, Samantha Power, a Harvard professor, and The New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof as they journey from refugee(难民) camps along the Chad-Sudan border to the United States to defend the case of the hundreds of thousands who have lost their lives.

9 PM (Ovation) ART SAFARI

For American artists, it can be a jungle out there. In six back-to-back half-hour episodes, this series looks at a few who have survived the last couple of decades, starting with Matthew Barney, Sophie Calle, Greg Schneider and Santiago Sierra.

9 pm (Discovery) LAST ONE STANDING

The six athletes compete in log(原木) racing in a Kraho village in central Brazil as part of the coming-of-age(成年人) ceremony for the chief’s granddaughter.

8 pm (ABC) BARBARA WALTERS PRESENTS THE 10 MOST FASCINATING PEOPLE OF 2007

Ms. Walters gets personal with the people who most touched her this year, including Victoria and David Beckham, Justin Timberlake, Katherine Heigland others.

  ) 49.People who like to watch fictional TV series will turn to     .

A.NBC           B.HBO     C.Ovation         D.ABC

  ) 50.According to the passage, SAND AND SORROW      .

A.      is set in Sudan

B.      is directed by George Clooney

C.      is about the American Civil War

D.     is centered on Harvard professor

  ) 51.At 9 pm you can enjoy a tradition ceremony      .

A.      for some athletes

B.      for some American artists

C.      which celebrates a traditional holiday

D.     which marks a girl’s growth into adulthood

  ) 52.Who will host the program presenting the most fascinating people of 2007?

A.      Peter Fonda    B.George Clooney   C.Matthew Barney   D.Barbara Walters

  D

Exploring space is a dream shared by many people, but few have ever experienced the thrill of space adventure. A few years ago, that field was open only to those who worked for NASA or the space programs of other nations. But now private companies are getting into the space race.

Google and the X PRIZE  Foundation have joined forces to challenge ordinary people to explore the moon. The first team that successfully soft-lands a robotic rover(天体登陆车) on the moon will receive a $20 million prize. The second team to touch down on the moon will win $5 million. Teams can also win an additional $5 million in bonus prizes for completing tasks such as discovering water ice.

To win, contestants(竞争者) must land their craft on the surface of the moon and let it roam(漫游) for more than 500 meters, or 1,640 feet. The craft must also send video and Internet clips(片段) back to Earth in real time.

Google and the X PRIZE Foundation announced the competition on September 13.2007. “The Google Lunar  Prize calls  on  entrepreneurs( 企业家)and engineers  from around the world return us to the lunar surface and explore this environment for the benefit of all humanity,”said Peter H. Diamandis, the head of the foundation,  when  the contest was announced. “We hope to bring this historic private space race into every home and classroom,” he added.

Teams are already gathering at the first commercial spaceport in the Mojave Dessert in California to work on their spaceship designs. Contestants have until December 31,2012 to qualify(取得资格)for the contest, which  ends in2014.The last time humans went to the moon, the voyage inspired a generation of scientists and  explorers. Google and the X PRIXE Foundation are hoping that their contest will get even more people to reach for the moon, the stars and beyond.

  )53.If the first team land  their craft on the surface of the moon and discover water ice, how much prize money will they receive?

A.$5 million.            B. $10 million.

C. $20 million.          D.$25 million.

  )54.Why are Google and the X PRIXE Foundation calling on people to go to the moon?

A. Further exploration of the moon will benefit mankind.

B. They want everyone to join in the space race.

C. They require video and Internet clips of the moon’s surface.

D. They hope that new exploration will find life on the moon.

(   )55. It can be learned from the passage  that       .

A. no private company has ever set foot on the moon so far

B. contestants can win the prize so long as they touch down on the moon

C. contestants  don’t  have to design their own spaceships.

D. the contest will end in 2012

 )56. what’s the main idea of the passage?

A. More scientists are working on spaceship designs.

B. Google  and the X  PRIZE Foundation joined forces to land on the moon.

C. More teams are encouraged to join in the race to explore the moon.

D. The first commercial spaceport has just been completed in California.

 

E

Bert Bolin,  Swedish climate  scientist and co—founder of the Nobel Peace Prize—winning UN panel (专门研究小组)on climate change, has died at age 82.

As early as the 1950s, Bolin produced research on the circulation of carbon in nature that remains related to the debate on climate change. He played a key role in communicating the dangers of climate change and served as the first chairman of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) from 1988 to 1988.

The panel won the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize along with former Vice President Al Gore for helping alert(警告)the world to the threat of global warming.

Bolin died on Sunday in a Stockholm hospital from stomach cancer, but was active until three days before his death, said his colleague Henning Rodhe, a professor in chemical meteorology.(气象学)at Stockholm University.

“He  was a great organizer and leader and played an important role internationally in establishing links between scientists and decision—makers,” Rodhe said on Wednesday when announcing Bolin 's death.

“He was very happy that the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the IPCC and Al Gore. He was especially pleased about the fact that the prize was split (分割)in two, to award both the pure scientific work and the work of communicating these issues to the general public, ” he added.

According to Stockholm University, Bolin was initially supposed to travel to Oslo to accept the Prize on behalf of the IPCC, but was unable to do so due to poor health.

He received many awards for his research on climate change, including the Carl—Gustaf  Rossby  Research Medal in 1984,  the Tyler Prize for Environmental  Achievement in 1988 and the Blue Planet Prize in 1955.

) 57. The best title for the passage might be        .

A. Bert  Bolin 's contributions to world

B. Co—founder of UN climate panel died at 82

C. IPCC won the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize

D. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

) 58. The underlined word “initially” (in Paragraph 7)most probably means        .

A.at   last             B. at  least

C.  at  most            D. at  first

) 59.Bert Bolin received the following awards for climate research EXCEPT        .

A. the Carl—Gustaf Research Medal

B. the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize

C. the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement

D. the Blue Planet Prize

  ) 60. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

A. Bert Bolin and Al Gore co—founded the IPCC.

B. Bert Bolin acted as head of the IPCC for less than I0 years.

C. Bert Bolin had been sick for many years before his death.

D. Bert Bolin did a lot to build links between scientists and decision—makers.

四、对话填空。阅读下面对话,掌握其大意,并根据各题所给字母的提示,在标题号的右边横线上写出一个英语单词的完整、正确的形式,使对话通顺。(每小题1分,共10分)

P= Philip     R= Robin

R: Where  have you been these days, Philip?

P: In the hospital.

R: In the hospital? What was the matter?

P: My dormitory caught fire last Friday (61) e            .

R: Oh, I’m sorry to hear that. But what caused the fire?

P: Well the (62) l            was turned off at 22:00 as usual, but Jack lit a candle to go on reading. Unfortunately he fell (63) a            with the candle still burning beside him. His bed caught fire first. Then the fire (64) s         quickly.

R: My God! How was Jack?

P: He was (65) t             burnt and is still in hospital now, I was lucky not to be burnt.

R: How about your (66) r            ?

P: There are two more in hospital, (67) i                   Tom. But their conditions is not so (68)

              as Jack’s.

They will be all right soon.

R: I think you should be more careful in the (69) f              to prevent accidents happening.

P: We will. We have had a lesson. We can’t make the same (70) m              again.

英语试卷参考答案

 

1—5 B D A B B          6—10  B C B D A

11—15 A  C A A D      16—20 A A B B C

21—25 A C B D C       26—30 C A B D C

31—35 D D B A A       36—40 C C D A C

41—45 C C A B B       46—50  C B B A A

51—55 D D D A A       56—60 C B D  B D

61  evening           68 serious

62  light             69 future

63  asleep            70 mistakes

64  spread

65  terribly

66  roommates

67  including

 

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