1. A. Thewoman should go on playing chess.
2. D.Mary probably knows Sally’s new address.
3. B. Hisnotes are not easy to read.
4. D. Theman had better choose another restaurant.
5 .C. Hehas been looking forward to spring.
6. B. Theman appreciates the woman’s help.
7. B. Goto work on foot.
8. A.Temporary closing has disturbed the airport’s operation.
9. C. Ithas a chemical processing plant.
10. D.He’s a salesman.
11.C. Mr.Grand’s personal assistance.
12. B.Provide details of their products and services.
13. A.She listened to recordings of many European orchestras.
14. D.She began taking violin lessons as a small child.
15. A. Itwas the chance of a lifetime.
16. BHis personal history is little known.
17. D Hewas a member of the town council.
18. CPossible sources of clues about him were lost in a fire.
20. BHave the right documents.
21. BUse official transport.
22. CSell inexpensive products.
23. A Ata meeting of top British businesspeople.
25. BThere should be a limit to one's sense of humour
30. Insimple terms
33. takeinto account
36 H passively
37 F harmful
38 I previously
39 L surfing
40 C decade
41 A climbed
42 G outcomes
43 E effective
44 B consume
45 D determine
46-55 FBMCE QGPJD
56 BWell-educated people tend to work longer.
57 B A rapidtechnological advance.
58 A Economicgrowth will slow down.
59 C Evenwealthy people must work longer to live comfortably in retirement.
60 D Skillsare highly valued regardless of age.
61 C Thedecline of the grain yield growth.
62 A Theirself-sufficiency is vital to the stability of world food markets.
63 D Theyfocus more on the increase of animal feed than human food feed grains.
64 D The worldwill be able to feed its population without increasing farmland.
65 B It isbased on a doubtful assumption.
In the eyes ofthe western, the basic food closest to China isrice. Rice has long occupied sosignificant a position in the dietof Chinese that there is a proverb “ Even a clever housewife cannotcook a meal without rice”. Rice is grown mostly in southern Chinawhere people usually takerice as their staple food, while itcannot be planted in northern China wherethe climate is either toocold or too dry for rice to grow. As a result, themain crop in thenorth is wheat. In China, flour is sometimes the mainingredientfor bread but more often used to make buns and noodles。第一句，简单句;第二句如此以至于结构“so... that…"注意so的.用法，直接接adj.或adv。第三句南北对比，可以用while或whereas连接，最后一句也是对比句，主语people是比较泛的大主语，考虑改写为被动句。
As isgraphicallydepicted in the cartoon, modern life has been dominated bycomputers.No matter the young man is in the office, at home, andin his spare time, theonly friend he has is a computer. Even whenhe sleeps, what is in his dream isstill the computer. Apparently,the cartoon aims to reveal the fact that thecomputer has begun toplay a negative role in the modern life.
The reasonswhymodern people are tied up with computers are as follows. To beginwith, theyhave become increasingly busier in making money;therefore, they need a quickway to outlet their pressure andexhaustion and computer is their idealcompanion. Moreover,computers can assist people to deal with complicatedworking stuff,make friends, and entertain themselves because they havebecomegrowingly powerful and everything else is linked with them. Forinstance,two decades ago, computers were far from popular andpeople used them to topractice typing letters and do basic works.However, with the Internet becomingpervasive, computers haveintegrated music, films, shopping, and everything welike intotheir worlds. Now, when we power on the all-mighty computers, whatwewant is out there for us.
To sum up,thislifestyle is absolutely imperfect. In order to lead a healthy life,we aresupposed to do more exercises and expose ourselves to thetangible world.Meanwhile, it is about time that we powered thecomputer off and talked with ourfriends and familily face-to-face.Only in these ways will modern life becomemore beautiful for youand me.