I.Correct the errors in the following sentences.（改写病句。） 10%
Example： After seeing an offensive mouthwash ad on television. I resolved never to buy that brand again.
After seeing an offensive mouthwash ad on television， I resolved never to buy that brand again.
1. I wanted badly to cry however I remained cold and silent.
2. Our school‘s computers are more advanced than your school.
3. Although tired and hungry， the drill sergeant would not let us rest.
4. He nearly finished reading ten books during the vacation.
5. Fred is energetic， capable， and a man you can rely on.
II.Read the following passages and identify the topic sentence in each by underlining it.（阅读以下每段文章，然后在每段文章的主题句下划线。） 20%
1. Despite their hatred of the English， Scots fans have a good reputation abroad. They are one of a group that sociologists call the “carnival fans”， who see events like the World Cup as an excuse for a great big party. Other fans in this group include the Danes with their giant Viking helmets and the Dutch， dressed from head to toe in orange. Carnival fans usually come from small nations interested in making friends with foreigners.
2. A good friend can help you in your study and you can have fun together and make each other happy. Often you will meet fair-weather friends. They will be with you as long as you have money， but when you are no longer rich， they will run away from you. A good friend is as valuable as a precious stone， but it is not easy to find one. In order to find a good friend， you have to bear in mind that the friends must have certain good qualities such as honesty and faithfulness.
3. Drunkenness proves dangerous for drivers. A person who has drunk too much beer gets to a strange state called drunkenness. This state is marked either by an unpleasant feeling of balance or by falling asleep. Either of these problems is dangerous for drivers. On the road， a drunk driver is too dizzy to pay attention to traffic signs， and his lack of control may lead him to run to a stop sign， exceed the speed limit， or swerve his car. As a result， he may either hit another car or a person. It is very likely that he will crash his car， and often he will kill or injure himself or others.
4. The cafeteria at crowded City College is one of the most overlooked places on campus. The service line is frequently so long that a student gives up the idea of eating altogether. If she is patient enough to wait for food， she is lucky if she can find a place to eat. If she is particularly agile， she may work her way through the masses to a spot where she can eat it before it‘s cold. Once seated， however， she is likely to find the atmosphere so choked with other bodies， noise and dead air， that she loses her appetite. She can not easily slip away at that point， either. Wedging her way out of the cafeteria， she discovers， is as miserable a matter as working her way in.
5.The sky is clear and blue. Sparrows chirp in the early mornings. The fruit trees in the backyard are beginning to bloom. The hills are turning green， and purple and yellow wildflowers are appearing in the fields. The snow on top of Camel Mountain has all melted. It must finally be spring.
Ⅲ。Rearrange the following numbered sentences so that they will read logically. Put the numbers in proper sequence in the boxes provided below.（将下列句子按逻辑顺序重新排列组合成段落）10%
1.The monks looked through the books of the monastery， and these revealed that there had been a Father Anselm there a hundred years before.
2.The monk went back to the monastery and found there a doorkeeper whom he did not know and who did not know him.
3.The monk had never heard a lark before， and he stood there entranced until the bird and its song had become part of the heavens.
4. Other monks came， and they were strangers to the monk.
5. A monk had wandered into the fields and a lark began to sing.
6. The monk told other monks he was Father Anselm， but that was no help.
7. Time had been blotted out while the monk listened to the lark.
1. When the tap is turned off， the water does not move， but when a tap is turned on， the height of the water in the tank exerts pressure on the water in the pipes and forces it through the outlet， i.e.， the tap.
2. For example， a very narrow spray allows less water to flow than a wide pipe.
3. These are the common elements between the flow of electricity and water.
4. The rate of the water flow， similar to the flow of current， is controlled by two things： the pressure and the size of the outlet.
5. Similarly in electricity， a very thin wire restricts or resists the flow of current. Electricians measure this resistance in ohms and the flow of the current in amperes （amps）。
6. The flow of electricity through wires and cables from the main supply can be compared with the flow of water through pipes from a water tank.
7. This water pressure is comparable with voltage in electricity.
Ⅳ。 Notewriting （写便条） 20%
You‘ve learned that your friend Jimmy is ill these days. Write him a note expressing your concern， asking after his health and giving your best wishes. （About 50 words）
Ⅴ。 Letterwriting （写书信） 40%
You are looking forward to a day when you can study in an American university. Write a letter of application to an American university to express this desire， informing them of things concerning yourself and asking about the possibility of financial support. （150—200 words）