I. 单项填空 （共15 小题，每小题1 分，满分15 分）
1. _______you see near the North Pole is nothing but ice and snow.
A．That B．What C．Which D.Who
A．reasonable B．valuable C．fit D．worth
3.Yesterday we visited the houses during the war years.
A．built B．being built C．had been built D. to be built
4._______ you dare to overcome difficulties with your studies,______
make great progress in the future.
A．Only if, can you B．If, can you
C．Only if, you can D. If, you can to
5.You ___________ the chairman yesterday but you didn’t come.
A. saw B. had seen C. could have seen D. could see
6. _______ more about university courses, call (920) 746-3789.
A．To find out B．Finding out C．Find out D．Having found out
7. -- Where to, Jane?
-- I'm going to have my notebook ________?
A．to be repaired B．repaired C．being repaired D．to repair
8. ______ no doubt ______he can win the game this time.
A．There’s; that B．There’s; whether
C．It’s; that D．It’s; whether
9. To our delight, she quickly adjusted herself ______ the situation.
A． with B． of C．to D．into
10. We should build our country into a socialist one that is characteristic
A. with B. of C. to D.for
11. After a careful investigation,we drew a conclusion______ their
decision was wrong.
A. which B. 不填 C. whether D. that
12.We’ve made up our minds to be a credit ___ our school in the contest.
A. for B. with C. to D. into
13.We _______ her to stop doing the experiment in no time,but her look
on her face suggested that she _______ to do so.
A. suggested, refused B. advised, refuse
C. suggested, refuse D. advised, refused
14.______ of her dog, the kid didn’t dare to go to her house.
A. Being frightened B. Frightened C. Frightening D. To be frightened
15.I shall never forget the day
has a great effect on my life.
A．when , which B．that , which
C．which ,that D．when,that
II. 完形填空 （共20小题，满分30 分）
I Passed My Drive Test!
I’d been 16 for six days and was already prepared to deal with
I remember that, when my mum me that morning, her
voice wasn’t as screaming as it usually was. She had been for
more than one hour getting everything ready, and I could feel she was
me at the same time.
I stayed in bed for a few minutes. I was to leave its
warmth and to face the suffering that I’d rather let myself
forget for the past months. Finally, I dragged myself The first thing I thought of after getting up was to to the kitchen and prepared a breakfast that was fairly , but was
still too big for my appetite(食欲，胃口) that day. I kept telling myself
that I eat. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day,
and this wasn’t a(n) day. Besides maybe it would
me a little. But I doubted it. I left the kitchen because even the
made me feel sick.
I finished getting ready and tried to settle down. It didn’t so I decided that my mum and I should go. We had time, so I
thought we could practise parking. I
pavement(人行道). After that, the little bit of confidence I had was
towards the driving site (地点).
I waited twenty minutes---just enough time to make myself believe
that I was going to fail. Then, finally, it was my I wasn’t sure
of myself at all. I just wanted to get it over and make sure that I had to
come back next Thursday.
The first thing I had to do was parking, which I did quite well. The
that came with it hit me like a wave. The rest of the test went well
and I passed it.
The of my mum made her face softer. I knew her worry
was gone and she was happy for me.
16. A. cried B. woke C. told D. shouted
17. A. up B. over C. out D. in
18. A. smiling at B. worrying about C. looking at D. talking with
19. A. sad B. eager C. unwilling D. willing
20. A. convenience B. friendship C. quiet D. comfort
21. A. out of bed B. onto bed C. into bed D. in bed
22. A. eat B. rest C. drink D. work
23. A. large B. small C. delicious D. good
24. A. might B. could C. should D. hated
25. A. important B. necessary C. lucky D. ordinary
26. A. calm
27. A. milk B. hurt B. bread C. stop C. smoke
C. car D. like D. smells D. use D. a little D. left D. greater D. test D. chance 28. A. work B. do 29. A. little 30. A. cried 31. A. back B. plenty of B. succeeded B. gone 32. A. start B. office 33. A. try B. turn
34. A. happiness B. pride
35. A. tears B. lines C. confidence D.disappointment C. smiles D. eyes III.阅读理解（ 满分24分）
A man in a very splendid restaurant started to take off his jacket.
Seeing this, the head waiter dashed to his table and said, “I’m afraid I
must ask you to keep your jacket on, sir, for it is not good manners to do
it in such a smart restaurant.”
“Now listen”, said the man, “I’ll let you know that the Queen of
England gave me permission to remove my jacket here.”
“The Queen of England?” said the waiter in great surprise.
“Sure,” replied the man, “When I was in England last month, a
friend of mine who had a very important position in high society took me
to see the Queen. It was rather hot, so I started taking my coat off. The
Queen looked over and said, “You may do that in the United States, but
you may not do it here.” So I got the Queen’s permission, right?”
36. It is certain that the story happened _______.
A. in England
B. in the Queen’s party
C. in America
D. in an ordinary restaurant 37. When the head waiter asked the man not to take off his jacket, the
A. took his advice immediately B. obeyed him without any hesitation
C. apologized for his bad manners D. refused to listen to him
38. The man thought he could take off his jacket because _______.
A. he was permitted by the Queen of England to do so in the U. S.
B. the weather was so hot that no one could stand it
C. he had the freedom of taking off his clothes anywhere
D. he was in such a shabby restaurant
39. What the Queen really meant was that _______.
A. people in the U. S. were less polite
B. he shouldn’t take off his coat in such a formal occasion in England
C. she permitted him to take off his jacket in America
D. the English and the Americans enjoyed different ways of life
40. From the story, you can see the man was _______.
A. one who didn’t have good understanding
B. such a man as used to make trouble
C. always ready to do what the Queen told him to
D. humorous and careless
Most dog owners feel that their dogs are their best friends. Almost everyone likes dogs because they try hard to please their owners. One of my favorite stories is about a dog who wanted his owner to please him. One of my friends has a large German shepherd ( 牧羊狗) named Jack. Every Sunday afternoon, my friend takes Jack for a walk in the park. Jack likes these long walks very much.
One Sunday afternoon, a young man came to visit my friend. He stayed a long time, and he talked and talked. Soon it was time for my friend to take Jack for his walk, but the visitor didn’t leave. Jack became very worried about his walk in the park. He walked around the room several times and then sat down directly in front of the visitor and looked at him. But the visitor paid no attention. He continued talking. Finally, Jack couldn’t stand it any longer. He went out of the room and came back a few minutes later. He sat down again in front of the visitor, but this time he held the man’s hat in his mouth.
German shepherds aren’t the only intelligent dogs. Another intelligent dog is a Seeing Eye dog. This is a special dog which helps blind people walk along the streets and do many other things. We call these dogs Seeing Eye dogs because they are the “eye” of the blind people and they help them to “see”. Seeing Eye dogs generally go to special schools for several years to learn to help blind people.
41. The writer tells the story about the dog Jack to show that____.
A. it, like many other dogs, always tried to please its owner master
B. it, unlike many other dogs, always wanted its master to please it
C. it was more intelligent than many other dogs
D. it was the most faithful dog of his friend’s
42. Jack came to sit in front of the visitor in order to____.
A. please him
B. be pleased
C. ask him to leave immediately D. invite him for a walk
43. The sentence “Finally, Jack couldn’t stand it any longer.” means___.
A. Jack could no longer put up with the visitor
B. Jack could no longer stand but he might sit down
C. Jack was very tired and wanted a rest
D. Jack was very angry with the visitor
44. Which of the following titles would be the best for the passage?
A. Dogs ─ A Great Help to People
B. Dogs ─ Our Faithful Companions
C. An Introduction to Dogs
D. Famous Dogs in Germany
In Jane Austin’s time, unmarried girls were always closely guarded, and hardly allowed to be alone with a young man; and during the Victorian period (just the period after Jane Austin) exposure(暴露) of the body in particular was thought to be most immoral, Victorian ladies wore dresses reaching down to their feet, long in the sleeve and high at the neck. Since then, ways of dressing as well as times have changed. Girls were no longer guarded, and they can do more or less what they like. And yet among all these astonishing changes, one thing has remained much the same for most people, and that is the same of becoming a mother before being married. If this does happen, there often comes a quick
marriage with the responsible man. If this is impossible, the affair may bring considerable shame to the girl’s parents as well as to herself.
It is now quite normal for a girl, once past the age of about fifteen, to go out with a boyfriend, and although her parents will probably insist that she come home at a certain time, beyond this they depend on her or look after herself. Kisses between young men and women are now considered to be perfectly normal, but although times have changed so much, most people still believe that a woman should not become a mother before being married.
45. In Jane Austin periods, a girl______________ before her marriage.
A. always faced all kinds of dangers.
B. was not permitted to get in touch with men.
C. was always carefully kept staying morally pure
D. usually felt lonely.
46. From the article, we learn that ________________.
A. an unmarried girl must come back home for the night.
B. it is good for a girl of 15 to have a boyfriend.
C. the unmarried girl who has a baby needn’t get married at once.
D. a girl of 15 has the right to be alone with her boyfriend.
47. The main idea of this article is that _________.
A. a girl should not become a mother before being married.
B. girls are no longer closely guarded.
C. ways of dressing have changed with the time.
D. exposure of the body has been thought to be immoral
Today we were organized for a short trip to the West Hill.
We set out by the school bus at 7:30 a.m. The weather 48. _______
was pleasant and every one of us were excited. After two hour’s ride, we arrived there at nine thirty. We 50. _________
began our programs as soon as we got off from the bus. 51. ________
We played games on the hillside and swimming in the river. 52._______
After that we had our picnic lunch. In afternoon 53. ________
we walked along the river, that winds around the hills. 54. ________
We took a lot of photo and enjoyed ourselves very 55. ______
much. Time past quickly and we had to come back. 56. _______
It was over five o’clock when we returned school. 57. _______
What a good trip we had today! I’ll never forget it.
V. 单词拼写 （每个1分，共6分）
58. The doctor ______________(断定) that his disease was only a cold.
59. He was _____________(被击败) at chess last night.
60. He is very __________________(热心)about his work.
61. Many years of ______不断的）conflicts made the people suffer a lot.
62. We found the medical team _____________(组成) of ten people.
63. It is a great _____________（方便）to have the doctor living near us.
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Johnson,
II: 16-35: BABCD,AABCD,ADABC,BDBCC
III: 36-47: CDCBD,BCABC，DB
IV: 48. by改为in 49. Was 50. hour’s改为hours’ 51. 去from 52. swimming改为swam 53. In后加the 54. that改为which 55. photo改为photos 56. past改为passed 57. returned后加to V. 58. concluded 59. defeated 60. enthusiastic 61. constant 62. consisting
VII. One Possible Version:
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Johnson,
I’m writing to you from my home in China. I returned home safe and sound. When I think of the wonderful two weeks I spent in Australia, I just can’t help thinking of both of you. It was so kind of you to have provided everything to make my staying there such a happy and lucky experience. I’ve learned so much, not only English but also culture. And I really enjoyed a great deal the fun and laughter we shared with each other. Thank you very much. I’ll always remember this trip as well as your kindness.
I’ll keep in touch and write to you later. Please take care!
Yours, Li Ming
该题共5小题；每小题1分，满分5分。该题依然沿用3＋2的命题模式：三个小题考查元音字母及其组合的读音，两个小题分别考查辅音字母和辅音字母组合的读音（a、o、ea、g、ch）。抽样显示：最高分5分，最低分2分；易错题第2、3、5小题；分别考查o、ea、ch的发音。 【D】 【A】 【D】
10. He asked me ________ I would go to Beijing by air the next day.
A. that if B. that whether C. whether D. how
11. He asked me ________ with me.
A. what the matter is B. what the mater was
C. what’s the matter D. what was the matter
15. I walked up to the top of the hill with my friend, ______ we enjoyed a splendid view of the lake.
A. which B. where C. who D. that
解析：该题考查定语从句，其先行词为the top of the hill，后移在定语从句中做地点状
该题共20小题；每小题1分，满分20分。文本是一则读后令人似乎永远难以忘怀的凄美故事。通过作者与Miss Emily的偶尔邂逅以及Miss Emily思夫心切，望眼欲穿，独居三十年的悲痛生活，表达了善良的人们对战争的痛恨，对和平生活得热爱。抽样显示：该题学生得分率低；最高分17分，最低分7分；易错题第20、28、30、34小题。
该题共5小题；每小题1分, 满分5分。5个单词不仅是教材单元的重点词汇，而且也是《考纲》及其《说明》所要求的高考必备词汇。其中包括2个名词、2个动词、1个副词。抽样显示：该题学生得分率低；最高分4分，最低分1分；易错单词是：53. persuaded 55. Actually。
（2）建议教师要重视每个单元的TOPIC 和FUNCTIONAL ITEMS。
附加题第二题，共5小题；每小题2分，满分10分。文本标题是How to Learn a Foreign Language，全文由五个自然段组成。抽样显示：试题难度不大，但是学生得分率不高，最高分10分，最低分0分。
1. – Did you remember to give Mary the money you owned her?.
– Yes, I gave it to her ______ I saw her.
A. while B. the moment C. Suddenly D. Once 2. He a new approach to solving the problem at the meeting.
A. put up B. put forward C. put off D .put out
3. When I came into the room, I found him _____ in playing a computer game.
A. absorbing B. is absorbed C. absorbed D. to absorb
4. ______ and happy, Tony stood up and accepted the prize.
A. Surprised B. Surprising C. Being surprised D. To be surprising
5. ______ to sunlight for too much time, you’ll get sunburnt.
A. Exposed B. To expose C. Exposing D. Expose
6.The Town Hall ______ in the1880’s was the most distinguished(辉煌的) building at the time.
A. to be completed B. having been completed C. completed D. being completed
7. Many people died in the great disaster, ______ his parents.
A. include B. including C. included D. to include
8. When driving on the busy road, you can never be ______.
A. cautious B. too cautious C. careful D. too careless
9. Only when you have reached 18, ______.
A. you are allowed in B. you will be allowed in
C. will you allow in D. will you be allowed in
10. The carelessness of a worker ______ the serious accident.
A. resulted from B. result in C. led to D. causes
11. After he retired（退休 ）, his son ______ the big company he set up by himself.
A. took in B. took up C. took on D. took over
12. John received an invitation to dinner, and with his work ______, he gladly accepted it.
A. finished B. finishing C. having finished D. was finished
13. They are in a difficult situation ______ all efforts seem useless.
A. that B. which C. where D. as
14. The weather turned out to be fine yesterday. I ______ the trouble to carry my umbrella with me.
A. should have taken B. could have taken C. needn’t have taken D. mustn’t have taken
15. ______ English, he can speak French and German.
A. Apart from B. Except C. In addition D. Beside
16. On Sunday morning after getting up, I helped my mother _________ our rooms and wash dirty clothes.
A. sweep up B. carry up C. keep up D. speed up
17. My computer is ______ breaking down, so I have to use my father’s computer instead.
A. constantly B. thoroughly C. steadily D. instantly
18. The trip there left him a deep _____and he began to complain everything around him.
A. view B. improvement C. impression D. sight
19. I have read the material several times but it doesn’t make any ____ to me.
A. meaning B. importance C. sense D. sign
20. The computer system _______suddenly while he was searching for information.
A. broke down B. broke out C. broke up D. broke in
A successful scientist is generally a good observer（观察者）. He makes full 21 of the facts he observes. He doesn’t accept ideas which are not 22 on obvious facts, and therefore refuses to accept authority(权威) as the only 23 for truth. He always 24 ideas carefully and makes experiments to prove them.
The rise of 25 science may perhaps be considered to 26 as far back as the 27 of Roger Bacon, the wonderful philosopher(哲学家) of Oxford, who lived 28 the years 1214 and 1292. He was probably the first in the Middle 29 to suggest that we must learn science 30 observing and experimenting on the things around us, and he himself 31 many important discoveries.
Galileo（伽利略）, however, was the greatest of several great men in Italy, France, Germany, or England 32 began by 33 to show how many important 34 could be discovered by observation. Galileo lived more than 300 years later (1564-1642). Before Galileo, learned（有学问的,博学的）men believed that large bodies fell more 35 towards the earth than small ones, 36 Aristotle said so. But Galileo, going to the 37 of the leaning（倾斜的）Tower of Pisa（比萨塔）, let fall two 38 stones and proved Aristotle（亚里士多德）was wrong. It was Galileo’s 39 of going direct to Nature, and proving our 40 and theories by experiment, that has led to all the discoveries of modern science.
21. A. use B. time C. speed D. trust
22. A. worked B. based C. lived D. written
23. A. reason B. cause C. advice D. result
24. A. thinks B. checks C. has D. learn
25. A. natural B. physical C. ancient D. modern
26. A. date B. keep C. look D. take
27. A. study B. time C. year D. birth
28. A. both B. each C. between D. among
29. A. Times B. Ages C. Days D. Centuries
30. A. in B. with C. on D. by
31. A. did B. made C. took D. gave
32. A. who B. when C. which D. where
33. A. ways B. degrees C. levels D. chance
34. A. truths B. problems C. people D. subjects
35. A. slowly B. rapidly C. lightly D. heavily
36. A. although B. because C. when D. if
37. A. place B. foot C. top D. ceiling（天花板）
38. A. big B. small C. equal D. unequal
38. A. spirit B. skill C. theory D. discovery
40. A. plans B. opinions C. world D. ability
Tokyo is one of those places that you can love and hate at the same time. In Tokyo there are always too many people in the places where I want to be. Of course there are too many cars. The Japanese drive very fast, but inTokyo they often spend a long time in traffic jams.Tokyo is not different from London,Paris and New York in that. It is different when one wants to walk.
At certain times of the day there are a lot of people on foot in
London'sOxford Street. But the streets near the Ginze inTokyo always have a lot of people on foot, and sometimes it is really difficult to walk. People are very polite; there are just too many of them.
The worst time to be in the street is at 11:30 at night. That is when the night-clubs are closing and everybody wants to go home. There are 35,000 nightclubs inTokyo, and you do not often see one that is empty.
During the day, most people travel to and from work by train.Toky opeople buy six million train tickets every day. At most stations, trains arrive every two or three minutes, but at certain hours there do not seem to be enough trains. Although they are usually crowded, Japanese trains are very
good. They always leave and arrive on time. On a London train you would see everybody reading a newspaper. In Tokyo trains everybody in a seat seems to be asleep, whether his journey is long or short.
InTokyo, I stood outside the station for five minutes. Three fire-engines raced past on the way to one of the many fires thatTokyo has every day.Tokyo has so many surprises that none of them can really surprise me now.
41.Tokyo is different from London in that_____.
A. wherever I want to be, it's too crowded
B. there are many traffic jams
C. it is more difficult to go somewhere on foot
D. night clubs are sometimes empty
42. Japanese trains _____________.
A. often leave and arrive on time
B.are often crowded
C. are the main means people use to travel to and from work
D.all of the above
43. What is the story mainly about?
A. The many surprises thatTokyohas brought me.
B. Different means of transportation inTokyo.
C. The reasons why the writer lovesTokyo.
D. Things aboutTokyothe writer dislikes.
44. Fires break out ____ in Tokyo according to the writer.
A. quite frequently
B.only a few times
C.not very often
D. very seldom
45. Which of the following is NOT true aboutTokyo?
A. The streets become more crowded at 11:30 at night.
B. There are more trains than cars.
C. Fire-engines are very busy in the city.
D.Tokyo people are friendly.
Mr Richards worked in a shop which sold, cleaned and repaired hearing-aids (助听器). One day an old gentleman entered and put one down in front of him without
saying a word.
The man then took a pen and a piece of paper and wrote:
46.One day an old gentleman went to Mr Richards' shop _______.
A. to put down a hearing-aid
B to have his wife's hearing-aid repaired
C.to get new hearing-aid
D. to change a hearing-aid
47.Why didn't the old man answer Mr Richards' question
A.he didn't understand his question
B.his mouth was painful
C.he was taken as a deaf
D.there was something wrong with his throat
48.Mr Richards shouted his question to the old man again and again ______.
A.so as to make himself heard clearly
B.but the old man refused to answer
C.in order to make sure whether the old man was a deaf
D.so the old man spoke out the fact to him
49.The old man made Mr Richards understand what he wanted to do _______.
A. by hearing B. in writing
C. by a pen D. with his hearing-aid
50.Mr Richards had thought that the old man ______.
C.couldn't express his meaning clearly with words
D.wouldn't tell him the truth
Class:__________ No.:_________ Name:__________
I went shopping with my wife. We have a lot of things to buy them. We drove to
the center of the city and stopped our car in front of the shop. An hour late, we
came back to the car. But it was strange that we could open the door. So we asked policeman for help. He was glad to help us. A few minute later,
he got the door open. Just then a man came up and shouted angrily. “How are
you doing with my car?” We were surprising and went to see the number of the car.
What do you think we do then? We had to speak sorry to the man again and again.
1. The UK c_______ of four countries.
2. Our class is d_______ into seven groups during the discussion.
3. You should c ___________on your work when you study.
4. He b _______ me for my carelessness.
5. He could not buy the cars on display because of l_____ of money.
6. He tried to kill himself by taking ______(毒药).
7. Don't _____(暴露) your skin to the sun or you will be burned.
8. What ______ (结论) do you draw from the research
9. Most experts now have a more ______(乐观的) view of the matter.
10. She was so ______(筋疲力尽) that she couldn't walk.
2.lose sight of__________
4.be similar to___________
7.be strict with___________
9.in no time___________
4. 你几乎想中途放弃.但你终于坚持完成了这项工作,并且由此认识到了劳动 (labour) 的意义.
要求: 1. 必须使用第一人称; 2. 词数100左右.
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1、B。the moment / the minute / the instant / immediately 等词语的功能相当于时间连词，后面可直接引导时间状语从句，意思是“as soon as 一„„就„„”。
2、B。put up 搭建/张贴，put forward提出，put off推迟，put out扑灭t。
3、C。absorbed 过去分词当宾语补足语，表示状态，（be）absorbed in sth / doing sth意思是“专注于„„”，是固定短语。
6、C。过去分词短语当后置定语，和逻辑主语The Town Hall是动宾关系，表示被动意义。
8、B。“can never be too + 形容词”意思是“再怎么„„也不为过”，其他三项意义均不符合题意。
9、D。only修饰状语位于句首，主句语序须用部分倒装，即“助动词 / 情态动词 / be 动词 + 主语”，而且该句含被动意义，故选D。 10、C。resulted from 后面接原因，其他三项均后接结果，但时态不正确，应用一般过去时态。
11、D。took in收留 / 包括 / 欺骗 / 理解，took up 开始从事 / 占据，took on 雇佣 / 呈现 / 承 担，took over接管 / 接任。
12、A。此处是“with + 宾语 + 宾补”结构，亦称独立主格结构。该句应用过去分词当宾补，因为宾语和补语是动宾关系，表示被动完成意义，整个结构在句子中当状语。
13、C。“situation形势，情况 / case情况，情形 / position 位置，立场/ condition条件，状况”等相当于地点的名词当先行词，后接定语从句修饰，且先行词在从句中当状语，用“where” 或 “介词+which”引导定语从句。
14、C。should have done本来应该做，could have done 本来能够做，needn’t have done 本来没有必要做，mustn’t 意思是“不准 / 禁止”，不和完成式连用。
15、A。Apart from 除了„„之外（还有）；Except 除了„„之外（不包括）；In addition 此外，后面要加to才可带宾语；Beside在„„旁边，besides 此外 / 除了„„（还有）。
16-20 AB A B D 21-25 AB C B B 26-30 B A B A B 31-35 B C D A B 此文主要说明观察和实验在科学发现中的重要性，科学真理必须以事实为根据，必须通过实践来检验。
16. 选A。make use of 利用; 使用； make full use of 充分利用。
17. 选B。be based on/upon 以„为基础；基于„。 18. 选A。reason 能够对个事物的发生或它的性质作出解释的东西；cause 是导致一个事物发生的条件或原因。根据句子意思，是指“不能接受某种权威来说明真理的合法性”，应用reason。
19. 选B。check. v. 证明无误, 核对无误。意思最恰当。
20. 选D。根据最后句话中的modern science“现代科学”，此处选modern意思最恰当。
21. 选A。date back 词组，意为“回溯至”。22. 选B。time n. 这里指“时代，年代”。23. 选C。between与and连用，表示“在。。。和。。。之间”。
24. 选B。The Middle Ages n.中世纪；中古时代，专有名词。25. 选D。by + doing 表示“通过做„„（的途径）”，惯用法；with + sth 表示“用„„（来做„„）”。
26. 选B。make, do 与名词有固定搭配关系：
do + one’s best / one’s duty / sb a favour / harm / good /„
make + a discovery / an appointment / arrangements / a bed / a change / a decision„27. 选A。who 引导定语从句修饰 great men。
28. 选B。by degrees 词组，相当于副词，意为：逐渐地。29. 选A。根据上文意思，应为：truths. 事实, 真理, 原理 30. 选B。rapidly. adv. 快，迅速地。意思最恰当。31. 选B。根据句子意思，应为because conj. 因为 32. 选C。top .n. 顶，顶端。
33. 选D。unequal. adj. 不相等的；不对称的
34. 选A。spirit精神，spirit of going direct to Nature对自然不断探索的精神。 science spirit 科学精神；world spirit时代精神, 世界潮流
36-40 CD D A B 41-45A B C D B
2. 去掉them，不定式to buy的宾语是things，代词them多余；
8. surprising→surprised，surprising描述事物的客观性质，surprised 表示人的主观感受；
9. we后面的do改为 did，时态不正确，应该用般过去时；
10. speak→say，speak为不及物动词，say为及物动词，可直接加宾语。 要求: 1. 必须使用第一人称; 2. 词数100左右.
During the summer holiday, I thought I should do something meaningful instead of touring. So I got a job at a fast food restaurant and worked there as a cleaner. I worked seven hours a day for three weeks.
The job was hard and boring and seemed endless, which made me so tired that I nearly wanted to give up halfway. But I stuck to it with
determination. Every day I started off for work early in the morning and got home late in the evening.
Finally, I finished the job before the new school term began. Now, I understand what labour means. I think it is really a successful ex-perience.
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第二节 单项选择（共15题 满分15分） 16. —I’m going to the U.S.A.
—How long you there? A. are ; staying B. are ; stayed C. have ; stay D. do ; stay 17. Is this foreigner we met in the porcelain street just now? A. that B. one C. the one D. \
18. It was my sister first had the idea to cycle along the Mekong River from where is begins where it ends. A. who ; to B. which ; till C. that ; till D. whom ; to 19. At that time, no one believed that his book would A. get off B. take off C. pay off D. turn off 20. —I don’t like the way he spoke to me.
— . A. in which ; Me too B. in that ; Me either C. that ; Me neither D. by which ; Me also 21. He tried his best to make his father his new girl friend. A. agree B. admit C. approve of D. allow
22. The flowers sweet in the botanic garden attract the visitors to the beauty of nature. A. to smell B. smelling C. smelt D. to be smelt 23. —What can I do for you?
—One tea and two coffees. A. black ; white B. red ; white C. black ; green D. red ; black 24. —What did Doctor Smith say to you, Mary?
—He advised me drink water that isn’t any more, Mum. —See, you me. A. not ; boiled ; should listen to B. not to ; boiling ; should listen to C. not ; boiling ; should have listened to D. not to ; boiled ; should have listened to 25. He’s got himself into a dangerous situation he is likely to lose control over the plane. A. where B. which C. while D. why 26. It was some time we realized the truth. A. when B. until C. since D. before 27. Gifts are not enough for a child because he needs love and care. A. along B. lonely C. alone D. it self 28. This experience made him the study of science. A. interest in B. to interest in C. interesting in D. interested in
29. By nine o’clock, all the Olympic torch bearers had reached the top of Mount Qomolangma, appeared a rare rainbow soon. A. of which B. or which C. from which D. above which 30. All the neighbours admire this family the parents are treating their child like a friend.
A. where B. which C. why D. that
In the nineteenth century Charles Dickens, the English novelist, wrote excitedly a stage – coach, pulled along by a team of horses that could more than twenty miles of road within sixty minutes. To us in the twentieth century, man is able to move and to communicate with such rapidity, the of the stage – coach seems no speed at all. Aeroplanes fly many hundreds of miles in an hour; express trains four times the speed of the stage – coach; and even without side of the globe.
The of these increased speeds are numerous. Because business say, from Europe to America or to the Far East can save much time, a journey that would once have taken weeks now, by air, only twenty – four hours. Fruit, vegetables and other goods would go bad a long, slow journey can be safely sent to far distant places. Members of one family each other by vast distances can have conversation with each other by telephone if they were all sitting in the same room.
Not all the effects of speed, however, are . People who are in the habit of using motor cars they want to move half a mile become physically lazy and lose the of enjoying a vigorous（充满活力的）walk. Those who travel through a country at eighty miles an hour do not see much of life of that country, of its people and animals and plants as they flash . They become so anxious about moving quickly from one place to another that they are able to relax and enjoy a journey. 31. A. for B. in C. at D. of 32. A. discover B. cover C. move D. pull 33. A. in which B. that C. what D. it 34. A. movement B. speed C. travel D. running 35. A. agree B. act C. achieve D. affect 36. A. talking B. racing C. speaking D. moving 37. A. the other B. another C. other D. the another 38. A. agreements B. disagreements C. advantages D. disadvantages 39. A. travelling men B. men travelling C. travelled men D. men travelled 40. A. for B. on C. in D. during 41. A. makes B. has C. happens D. takes 42. A. from B. on C. about D. down 43. A. separating from B. from separating C. separated from D. from separated 44. A. as easily as B. as eagerly as C. as firmly as D. as quietly as 45. A. benefit B. beneficent C. beneficial D. beneficent 46. A. whatever B. whenever C. however D. wherever 47. A. speed B. journey C. habit D. power 48. A. passed B. past C. away D. out 49. A. no longer B. forever C. at all D. no doubt
50. A. leisure B. friendly C. quick D. leisurely
第四节 阅读理解（共15题 满分30分）
Since we are social beings, the quality of our lives depends in large measure on our interpersonal relationships. One strength of the human conditions is our possibility to give and receive support from one another under stressful(有压力的) conditions. Social support makes up of the exchange of resources among people based on their interpersonal ties. Those of us with strong support systems appear better able to deal with major life changes and daily problems. People with strong social ties live longer and have better health than those without such ties. Studies over types of illnesses, from depression to heart disease, show that the presence of social support helps people defend themselves against illness, and the absence of such support makes poor health more likely.
us know that they value us. Our self-respect is strengthened when we feel accepted by others in spite of our faults and difficulties. Second, other people often provide us with informational support. They help us to define and understand our problems and find solutions to them. Third, we typically find social companionship supportive. Taking part in free-time activities with others helps us to meet our social needs while at the same time distracting(转移注意力) us from our worries and troubles. Finally, other people may give us instrumental support — money aid, material resources, and needed services — that reduces stress by helping us resolve and deal with our problems.
51. The researches show that people's physical and mental health _______.
A. lies in the social medical care systems which support them
B. has much to do with the amount of support they get from others C. depends on their ability to deal with daily worries and troubles D. is related to their courage for dealing with major life changes
52. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the underlined word ―cushions‖ ? A. takes place of B. makes up of C. lessens the effect of D. gets rid of 53. Helping a sick neighbor with some repair work in spare time is an example of _______. A. instrumental support B. informational support C. social companionship D. the strengthening of self-respect
According to a famous optical(光学) expert, Alexander, who recently visited Shanghai, the developed countries in Europe and America have made rules that children must wear resinous(树脂) glasses instead of the traditional glasses made of glass. This is because the glass glasses are more likely to do harm to children’s eyesight.
Alexander pointed out: wearing the right glasses as soon as possible is still the best way to cure and put right children’s eyesight problems.
In America and Japan the resinous glasses have taken up 80 percent of the glasses market. And some European countries and America have made it a law that children, teenagers and drivers must wear resinous glasses. Now, about 10 million children in China have different eyesight problems and they need timely treatment.
But still, too many parents are buying the traditional glass glasses for their children. This is mainly
because many parents know little or nothing about the good points of the resinous glasses. Besides, the price for the new glasses is a little higher than the traditional ones. 54. This news article mainly wants to tell us _______.
A. Alexander visited China and introduced a new type of glasses B. we should wear resinous glasses instead of glass glasses C. resinous glasses are popular in Europe and America D. glasses can be made of other materials instead of glass
55. According to Alexander, the ―timely treatment‖ to eyesight problems is _______.
A. to stop wearing glass glasses any more B. to buy a pair of glasses and wear them right away C. to wear suitable resinous glasses at the right time
D. to buy glasses made in Europe, Japan or America if possible 56. It can be inferred from this news text that _______.
A. resinous glasses are not on sale in China yet B. resinous glasses are not acceptable in China C. glass glasses have disappeared on western market because there is a law against them
D. glass glasses are the first choice in China not only because of their price
The U.S. Department of Labor statistics(统计) show that there is an oversupply of college trained workers and that this oversupply is increasing. Already there have been more than enough teachers, engineers, physicists, aerospace experts, and other specialists. Yet colleges and graduate schools continue every year to turn out highly trained people to compete for jobs that aren’t there. The result is that graduates cannot enter the professions for which they were trained and must take temporary jobs which do not require a college degree.
On the other hand, there is a great need for skilled workers of all sorts: carpenters, electricians, mechanics, plumbers, TV repairmen. These people have more work than they can deal with, and their annual incomes are often higher than those of college graduates. The old gap that white —collar workers make a better living than blue collar workers no longer holds true. The law of supply and demand now favors the skilled workmen.
The reason for this situation is the traditional myth that college degree is a passport to a prosperous future. A large part of American society matches success in life equally with a college degree. Parents begin indoctrinating(灌输) their children with this myth before they are out of grade school. High school teachers play their part by acting as if high school education were a preparation for college rather than for life. Under this pressure the kids fall in line. Whether they want to go to college or not doesn’t matter. Everybody should go to college, so of course they must go. And every year college enrollments(入学) go up and up, and more and more graduates are overeducated for the kinds of jobs available to them.
Of the sixty percent of high school graduates who enter college, half of them do not graduate with their class. Many of them drop out within the first year. Some struggle on for two or three years and then give up.
57. It’s implied but not stated in the passage that _______. A. many other countries are facing the same problem
B. white-collar workers in the US used to make more money than blue-collar workers C. fewer students will prefer to go to college in the future
D. the law of supply and demand has a strong effect on American higher education
58. Which of the following is NOT a reason why college enrollments go up every year？
A. Many people believe that the only way to success is a college education. B. Many parents want their children to go to college.
C. High school teachers urge their students to go to college. D. Every young man and woman wants to go to college.
59. By saying that ―many people go to college who do not belong there‖, the author means that _______. A. many people who are not fit for college education go to college B. many people who do not have enough money go to college C. many people who go to college drop out within the first year D. many people who go to college have their hopes destroyed
Visiting U.S. President George W. Bush said in Beijing Friday that both China and the United States should encourage bilateral(双边的) contacts and exchanges to promote mutual(相互) understanding.
―It’s important for our political leaders to come to China,‖ said Bush, who gave a speech Friday
His working visit to China and discussions with Oinghua students ―help promote‖ Sino-U.S.(中美) relations, Bush said in response to a student’s question about what he would do to promote Sino-U.S. relations.
―Many people in my country are very interested in China,‖ he said, adding that these Americans have learned more about China’s culture and the Chinese people.
He said that he would keep encouraging such contacts and exchanges between the two countries. Bush said that he would describe back home what he has seen here and that China as a great nation not only has a ―great history‖ but also an ―unbelievably exciting future.‖
The president said that the 2008 Olympic Games would make a significant opportunity for the rest of the world to understand China, which enables more people to come to China and feel the modernization taking place, and many more people will see it on the television.
Bush arrived in Beijing Thursday for a two-day working visit to China. 60. What the word ―prestigious‖ in the second paragraph probably means?
A. great B. famous C. honorable D. modest 61. The narrator(叙述者) of the passage was most probably _____.
A. a reporter B. a psych ologist C. a politician D. a sociologist
When you are in another country, it is important to know the language, but it is equally important to know how to communicate nonverbally(非语言地), before saying anything by making gestures. According to a pioneer in nonverbal communication, only 30 to 35 percent of our communication is verbal. When people don't know the language, the most common way to communicate is through gestures. However, many gestures have different meanings, or no meaning at all, in different parts of the world.
In the United States, for example, nodding your head up and down means ―yes‖. In some parts of Greece and Turkey, however, this motion can mean ―no‖. In Southeast Asia, nodding your head is a
polite way of saying ―I've heard you‖.
In ancient Rome, when the emperor wanted to spare someone's life, he would put his thumb up. Today in the United States, when someone puts his / her thumb up, it means ―Everything is all right‖. However, in Sardinia and Greece, the gesture is insulting and should not be used there.
In the United States, raising your clasped hands above your head means ―I’m the champion‖ or ―I’m the winner‖. It is the sign prizefighters make when they win a fight. When a leading Russian statesman(政治家) made this gesture after a White House meeting, Americans misunderstood and thought he meant he was a winner. In Russia, however, it is a sign of friendship.
In the United States, holding your hand up with the thumb and index finger in a circle and the other three fingers spread out means ―Everything is O.K.‖ and is frequently used by astronauts and politicians. In France and Belgium, it can mean ―You’re worth nothing.‖
There are other nonverbal signals that people should be aware of when they go to another country, such as the distance to maintain between speakers. Americans usually feel comfortable when speaking with someone if the distance between them is about eighteen inches to arm’s length. Anything closer makes them feel uncomfortable.
When talking to Americans, it is also important to make eye contact. If you look down when talking to an American, he / she may feel that you are embarrassed, afraid, or trying to hide something.
In addition to knowing how to communicate nonverbally in a country, it is important to know what you and he cannot discuss. In the United States, there are certain topics to avoid when you first meet someone, For example, don’t ask people their age, weight, religion, marital status(婚姻状况), how much money they earn, or how much something costs. You can talk about work, the weather, traffic problems, sports, food, news of the day, where one lives, consumer subjects (computers, car repairs, and so forth), and travel or vacation plans.
These few examples illustrate that your actions can speak louder than your words. In a particular cultural contest, what you say and what you don’t say are equally important. 62. Which of the following is true?
A. People all over the world only communicate verbally. B. Most of our gestures have no meaning at all.
C. Some people think that 65 to 70 percent of our communication is nonverbal. D. Gestures are the most common way to common way to communicate.
63. As we can see from the passage there are ______ kinds of nonverbal communication signals.
A. four B. five C. six D. seven
64. Please paraphrase the clause―…your actions can speak louder than your words.
A. Your deeds are better than your words B. What you do is better than what you say C. You try to show your best manners
D. you are better understood by your gestures than through your words
65. The main idea of the passage is that when you are in another country, ______.
A. it is unimportant to know the language
B. it is important to know what you can talk about to a foreigner
C. to know how to communicate nonverbally is as important as to know the language D. to communicate the rough gestures is more important than to know the language 第五节 对话填空（满分10分）
Recently I have made a survey in my class on how they study. They have different learning
答 题 卡
16—20 ACABC 21—25 CBADA 26—30 DCDDA 二、完形
31—35 DBABC 36—40 DACBA 41—45 DBCAC 46—50 BDBAD 三、阅读理解
51—53 BCC 54—56 BCD 57—59 BDA 60—61 BA 62—65 BCDC 四、填词
2. like 3. happened
7. good 9. about 10. easy
A．to learn, to speak B．learning, speaking C．to learn, speaking D．learning, to speak
本试卷分第Ⅰ卷和第Ⅱ卷两部分，共5页。满分150分。考试用时1208．It makes ________ me。 A．no difference to B．no different to 分钟。 C．not difference from D．not different from 注意事项： 9．---Would you like some coffee? ---Yes, and please get me some milk, 1. 答题前，考生务必用0.5毫米黑色签字笔将自己的姓名、座号、too. I prefer coffee ___ milk. A. to B. with C. than D. of 准考证号、和科类填写在答题卡和试卷规定的位置上。 10．____ it is rainy today, ____ he still works outside. 2. 第Ⅰ卷每小题选出答案后，用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答 A．Although, but B．But, although C．/, although D．Although, / 案标号涂黑；如需改动，用橡皮擦干净后，再选涂其他答案标11．What is ________ you，young man? 号。 A．matter with B．the matter with 3. 第Ⅱ卷必须用0.5毫米黑色签字笔作答，答案必须写在答题卡 C．the matters with D．the matter to
各题目指定区域内相应的位置，不能写在试卷上；如需改动，12．________ she ________ a headache? I think she should see a doctor. 先划掉原来的答案，然后再写上新的答案；不能使用涂改液、A．Does，have B．Does，has C．Does，got D．Has，have 胶带纸、修正带。不按以上要求作答的答案无效。 13．You should drink ________.
第Ⅰ卷（共70分） A．hot tea of honey B．hot honey tea
第一节 语法和词汇知识（共30小题；每小题1分，满分30分） C．hot teas with honey D．hot tea with honey
从A、B、C、D四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选14．To help animals is ___ humans themselves. 项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A. help B. helping C. helpful D. to helping
1．________do you surf the Internet? Once a week. 15．— How are you?
A．How B．How old C．How often D．How many times — I’m not ________. 2．My sister finished __________ her homework,and now she is A．feel well B．feel good C．feeling well D．feeling good
planning______TV. A doing ,to watch B doing ,watches 16．— When ________ he ________ to our school? C to do ,watchs D to do ,to watch — About half an hour ago. 3．You hardly know him, ________ ? A．does, come B．did, come C．did, came D．does, came
A.are you B．aren’t you C．do you D．don’t you 17．Why are they ________ and angry? 4．He talks too much as if he ___ everything. A．stress B．stress out C．stressing out D．stressed out A. knows B. knew C. has known D. to know 18．How can we finish ___ much work in___ a short time? 5．______ homework, most students do it every day. A. so, so B. such, such C. such, so D. so, such A．With B．For C．As D．As for 19．Last night, he had his car _____. A. to steal B. stole 6．His mother wants him ________ good food. C. stealing D. stolen A．eat B．to eat C．eating D．eats 20．It’s easy to ________. 7．He tries ________ English. And he practices____ English every day. A．stay health B．stay healthy C．keep health D．have healthy
21.My mother often cooks _______ for us. Where does Chinese medicine ? A long time ago, when A .something delicious B .delicious something people were not feeling , they found that some plants could make C .anything delicious D .delicious anything them feel . They ate the leaves, the roots(根), the fruits or the 22. I’m sure that their team will ___ ours. seeds(种子) of the plants. Today people make much Chinese medicine
A. fail B. take C. win D. beat 23. ---Do you know what they did over the weekend? ---They ________. ( )31 A. throat B. hand C. leg D. arm A. play soccer B. goes to movies C. went shopping D.stay home ( )32. A. give B. have C. bring D. find 24. —What does your maths teacher _______?—He is of medium build. ( 33. A. bad B. happy C. shy D. clever
A. look for B. look after C. look at D. look like ( )34. A. drinking B. drink C. to drink D. drinks 25. I can't play _______chess, but I can play _______ football. ( )35. A. see a dentist B. go to a party
A. /, / B. the, the C. a, the D. the, a C. go to school D. see a doctor 26. _______Mr wang is over eighty , _______ he’s still at work . ( )36. A. difficult B. different C. delicious D. popular
A .Although; but B .Because ; so C./ ;but D./; so ( )37. A. come to B. come from C. get up D. get to 27. What do you think ____ him change his mind? ( )38. A. sad B. well C. tired D. busy A. to make B. made C. make D. making ( )39. A. better B. less C. more D. most 28. The boy is too young to _______ himself. ( )40 A. to B. in C. from D. on
A .look at B .look after C .look on D .look up . 第三部分 阅读理解（共15小题 ，每小题2分，满分30分） 29 .-- _______ is very important for us to learn English well. 阅读下列短文，从每小题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、D）中选出--I think so. A. That B .This C .It D .All 最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。. 30.Jim studies very hard. A ---Yes.he often _________two hours ________ his homework. Mark Twain, the famous American writer, was travelling in France. A.spends, doing B.takes to do C. costs,doing D.pays ,to do One day he was going to Dijon by train. That afternoon he was very tired 第二节．阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C和and wanted to sleep. He asked the conductor to wake him up when they D），选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。arrived in Dijon. He explained that he was a very heavy sleeper, 'I'll （本大题有10小题，每小题1分，共10分） probably protest(抗议) loudly when you try to wake me up,' he said to the A cold is a common(普通的) illness. It often starts with a sore conductor.'But do not take any notice, just keep pushing me.'
. You sneeze(打喷嚏) and your nose runs. You usually a Then Mark Twain went to sleep. Later, when he woke up, it was headache, too. It’s not a serious illness, but you can feel very nighttime and the train was already in Paris. He realized at once that the What should you do when you have a cold? You should have a conductor had forgotten to wake him up at Dijon. He was very angry. He good rest. It is good a lot of water, too. You can and ran up to the conductor and began to shout at him. 'I haven't been so angry take some medicine. Maybe you can try some Chinese medicine. Chinese in all my life,' Mark Twain said. medicine is now very all over the world.
The conductor looked at him calmly(平静地). 'You are not half as angry as the American whom I put off the train at Dijon,' he said. ( )41. Mark Twain is a famous______.
A. singer B. conductor C. writer D. Frenchman ( )42. Mark Twain was very______when he got on the train.
A. happy B. tired C. sleep D. heavy ( 43. He wanted the conductor to______.
A. wake him up at Paris B. carry him off the train
C. wake him up at Dijon D. wake him and another American up ( )44. -Did the conductor forget his promise? -______.
A. No, he didn't B. Yes, he did C. No, but he woke up the wrong American D. I think so ( )45. Which of the following statements is right? A. There was only one American on the train.
B. Mark Twain and his friend, another American, wanted to go to
C. Mark Twain woke his friend up.His friend was very angry.
D. When Mark Twain found he was in Paris, he became very angry.
Your teacher hates you? Maybe she does, but maybe she doesn't. Teachers are people. They may like some kids more than others. You may have personalities.
Miss Brown, a teacher thinks most teachers are always too busy teaching to waste time and energy hating you. In fact, your teacher is acting that way to get you to change a behavior they don't like. Your teacher may have the opinion that you are lazy, proud or hard to deal with. Before going any further ——ask yourself these questions: Do you join a really, really big part of class time all the time? Do you tell jokes all the time?
Do you often look out of the window? Do you talk or pass notes?
Are you late a lot? Do you leave early?
Do you forget to do your homework or bring your books?
If your answer is
Go to your teacher's office hours and have a talk. Ask for their honest opinion. Be ready to listen to it.
If they laugh and say ——of course I like you, there is a possibility that you misread (看错) their actions.
If they tell you that you're a creep (品德坏的人) in their class, listen to why.
Now, it's time to bring in your parents to talk to the teacher and the principal (校长). Tell them how you feel.
When all else fails, ask to transfer classes (调班). If the school won't let you transfer, don't give up.
Listen to the teacher in class and study hard.
Remember, you're in class to learn things, not to be the teacher's best friend.
Ask your parents what they do to get along with people they don't like. 46. Miss Brown thinks teachers ____________. A. have no time to hate students B. are so busy that they dislike students
C. are busy hating students D. want students to change personalities 47. Your teacher hates you because you __________. A. tell jokes B. spend most of your class time C. may be lazy, proud or hard to deal with D. get along badly with your classmates
48. These seven questions are all about ___________.
A. what students should do at home B. school rules
C. what teachers like D. what teachers hate 49. If your teacher says “I really like you” with a laugh, it shows ___________.
A．more interested in his house B．lost interest in his house C．angry at the price D．feel happy about the price
54 After Mr. David put up the notice______________ .
A. possibly he doesn’t like you
B. maybe you misunderstand your teacher
C. he plays a joke with you D. he will give you trouble back 50. The worse idea to deal with your trouble is __________. A. to talk with your parents B. to listen to teachers’ opinions C. to talk with teachers D. to transfer to other class
When Mr. David retired（退休）,he bought a small house in a village near the sea. He liked it and hoped to live a quiet life in it.But to his great surprise, many tourists came to see his house in summer holidays, for it was the most interesting building in the village. From morning to night there were tourists outside the house. They kept looking into the rooms through the windows and many of them even went into Mr. David’s
garden. This was too much for Mr. David. He decided to drive the visitors away. So he put a notice on the window. The notice said: “If you want to satisfy (满足)your curiosity（好奇心）, came in and look round. Price（价格）: twenty dollars.” Mr. David was sure that the visitors would stop coming, but he was wrong. More and more visitors came and Mr. David had to spend every day showing them around his house. “I came here to retire, not to work as a guide（导游）.” he said angrily. In the end, he sold the house and moved away.
51、Mr. David’s house was____ that many tourists came to see it. A．so small B．so quiet C．so interesting D．so tall 52、Mr. David put a notice on the window in order ____________.
A．to drive the visitors away
B．to satisfy the visitor’s curiosity
C．to let visitors come in and look round D.to get some money out of the visitors
53The notice made the visitors ______________.
A．the visitors didn’t come any longer B．fewer and fewer visitors came to see his house C．more and more tourists came for a visit D．no tourist would pay the money for a visit
55、At last he had to sell his house and move away because
A．he did not like it at all B．he could not work as a guide
C．he made enough money and wanted to buy a new expensive house
D．he could not live a quiet life in it
57. magazine n._________58 difference. n._________ 59 weak. adj. __________ 60. medicine n.__________
一．汉译英（40分） 61 keep. v. ________ 62. culture n. _________ 63 result. n._________ A:1-15短语翻译 64. decide v._________65. have a cold __________ 1.过桥._________ 2.在法国n.________ 3害羞的;.._________ 66. in fact ________ 67 go shopping._________ 4.做晚饭______________5乘火车.______ 6.去散步 _________ 68. agree with ________ 69. as for ______ 7. 在中国南方_____ 8欢迎来我校_________ 70. lie down and rest __________ 71. eat less mea ________ 9. 一份令人兴奋的工作___________ _________ 72. take more exercise _________ 73. at the moment _________ 10入睡___________________11. 和。。。玩 ______________ 74. twice a week__________ 75. make a difference to __________ 12. 等待某人________ 13. 去钓鱼_____________ 76. keep/be in good health________ 14. 洗衣服________ ________15在星期三_________ 77. go sightseeing _________ 78. finish doing sth _________ B:16-40单词翻译 79. try to do sth __________ 80. do some cooking __________ 16. 拜访;访问_________17建议;意见_______18向导______ 19同意;赞成._________ 20. 大声地_________21. 色彩鲜艳________ 22主意;想法________ 23预订;点(菜)._____ 24. 打架;争吵________ 25医生________ 26几乎不. ______ 27一次曾经;.一旦;.一次.________28. .习惯__ _ 29. 传统的__________ 30. .认为相信__________ 31夏季;夏天. ________32. 生气的_________ 33头痛_________ 34.胃痛;.肚子痛.________ 35. 生活方式__________ 36. 孩子(child的复数________37. .重要的_____ 38. 口渴的_________ 39. 讨厌__________ 40不健康的.__________
41. museum n._____ 42. country n.______ 43. language n._________ 44. beach n._________ 45. restaurant n.__________ 46. mountain n._______47. vacation n._________ 48 pass.v._________ 49. straight adj._______ 50. camera n.______ 51. summer camp ________ 52 describe . v._________ 53 reason. n._________ 54. animal n._________ 55. friendly adj.__________56.dirty adj._______
单选：1-5CACBD 6-10 BCAAD 11-15 BADBA 16-20 BCDDB 21-25 ADCDA 26-30 CBBCA 完形填空
. 31-35 ABACD 36-40 DBBAC .A 阅读理解 41-45 CBCCD (30分). B 46—50 ACBBD C 51-55 CAACD
21. It’s reported that ___bus went out of ___control in the south of our city ,causing more than 20 people killed.
A, a the B， the a C， a / D， / / 22 . Lilei as well as his classmates ____ watching TV now .
A is B was C were D are
23 . My train ____at 8:00 tomorrow, so I have to reach the station by 7:30 at least. A leaves B will leave C left D has left 24 .------Why do you look so sad ?
------When I reach the station , I found my train ______
A leave B left C has left D had left
25 .T he culture in our country differs ______that in your country in countless ways . A with B to C from D by
26 .Your suggestion that all the lights ___when we leave is reasonable .
A are shut B is shut C be shut D shut
27 . When I told her that the man has left his home for about 30 years so that she was in doubt ____he lives or has died. A why B how C that D whether
28 .Now boys and girls, please have a rest , and then _______ doing our task.
A carry on B look forward to C carry out D object to
29 .Can you give me ____ to eat Mum? By the way ,is there _____ in today’s newspaper? A something , something important B something , anything important C anything , anything important D anything , important anything
30 .Can you tell me how to ____these exercises ____our teacher assigned (布置) yesterday ?
A do with ,that B deal with ,that
C work with , that D come up with ,that 31 .-----Today evening Let’s go out to eat ,OK?
共8页 第1页 ------_____,I haven’t been out to eat for a long time .
A Great B That depends C It’s not up to you D Forget it 32 .Is this the way you think of ____the problem ?
A of solving B solving C to solve D A and C
33 .I want to give my thanks to those people ____help my son was saved from the lake yesterday .
A who B that C with whose D with whom 34 .The roses ________ so that I want to buy all these roses .
A smell beautiful B smells beautiful C smells beautifully D are smelt beautifully
35 .I learnt three foreign languages at school , _____help me find a paid well job in a
big firm . A which B that C what D in which 第二节，完形填空30分
A long time ago, A little boy loved to come and play around it every day. He climbed to the tree top, ate the apples, took a nap under the shadow„ He loved the tree 36 the tree loved to play with him.
Time went by„The little boy had grown up and he no longer played around the tree. The tree looked sad. One day, the boy returned and the tree was so 37. “Come and play with me.” The tree said. “I don’t have time to play. I have to work for my family. We need a 38 for shelter. Can you help me?” “Sorry, but I don’t have a house. But you can 39 my branches to build your house.” So the boy cut all the branches of the tree and left 40 .The tree was glad to see him happy but the boy didn’t appear since then. The tree was again 41 and sad.
One hot summer day, the boy returned and the tree was delighted. “Come and play with me!” the tree said .“I am sad and getting old. I want to go 42 to relax myself. Can you give me a boat?” “Use my 43 to build the boat. You can sail and be happy.” So the boy cut the tree trunk to make a boat. He went sailing and did not 44 for a long time.
Finally, the boy 45 after he left for so many years. “Sorry, my boy. But I don’t have anything for you anymore. “I really want to give you something„the only thing 46 is my dying roots.” The tree said with tears.
“I don’t need much now, just a place to rest. I am 47 after all these years.” The boy 48 “Good! Old tree roots are the best place to lean(靠) on and rest. Come here, please sit down with me and have a rest.” The boy sat down and the tree was glad and 49 with tears„
This is a story of everyone. The tree is our parent. When we were 50, we loved to play with them. When we grow up, we 51 them, and only come to them when we need something or when we are in trouble. No matter what, parents will 52 be there and give everything
they could to make you happy. You may think that the boy is 53 to the tree but that's how all of us are treating our 54in real life .Shouldn’t we give more 55 to our parents ?
36 A so B but C and D or 37 A excited B sad C pleasant D angry 38 A desk B house C box D room 39 A cut up B cut in C cut down D cut off 40 A sadly B happily C hurriedly D slowly 41 A lonely B satisfied C alone D along 42 A camping B swimming C sailing D hunting 43 A trunk B branches C leaves D root 44 A showed off B came up C made up D showed up 45 A left B approached（靠近）C arrived D returned 46 A leaves B leaving C left D leave
47 A rich B poor C tired D delighted 48 A asked B ordered C replied D shouted 49 A cheered B smiled C wept D laughed 50 A old B aged C adults D young 51 A remembered B forget C leave D hate
52 A never B always C seldom D at times 53 A cruel B kind C friendly D polite 54 A children B parents C friend D teachers 55 A food B money C gift D care 第三节 阅读理解 (共15小题；每小题2分, 满分30分 )
共8页 第3页 A. one month B. less than two months C. two months D. more than two months 57. What do Canadians usually do in Thanksgiving?
A. Eat cakes．
B. Stay together．
C. Watch the moon． D. Sing the song．
58. What must Li Ming and Jenny use when they wrote to each other?
A. Pens． B. Paper.
It is well known that Albert Einstein was one of the greatest scientists of all time and he was also a really great person. Here are some interesting things about him.
When Einstein started to work in America, someone asked him what he needed. He said he needed a desk, some paper and a pencil. He also asked for a big waste-paper basket to hold all of his mistakes. This shows that he knew even the cleverest man in the world can only learn by making mistakes.
Einstein regarded time as very important. He never wore socks and he thought putting on socks was a waste of time as people already wore shoes. He also thought it was a waste of time remembering things that could quickly be found in a book. That’s why he never remembered his own phone number, which was in the phone book. He knew what was worth remembering. It is true that if we are going to do great things in our lives, we can not waste our time.
Einstein liked to joke too. Once in an exam a student asked him why all the questions were the same as last year’s. Einstein replied the questions were the same but the answers were different!
59. In one exam, Einstein _____.
A. asked different questions B. asked difficult questions C. wanted the answers all the same D. wanted different answers 60. Einstein never remembered his own phone number because _____. A. no one told him the number
B. he couldn’t remember it at all.
C. he didn’t think it was worth remembering. D. he didn’t have a phone.
61. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE? A. Einstein has been to many countries except America. B. Einstein thought people could learn from mistakes. C. Einstein thought socks were as important as shoes. D. Einstein didn’t like talking with others. 62. From the passage, we learn _____.
A. Einstein thought time was very important. B. Einstein was too careful to make mistakes. C. Einstein made few jokes with the students.
D. Einstein was a person who remembered everything clearly.
Many people all over the world speak English as their second language and it is not too much to say that it has become an international language.
Studying English can make life fun. It enables you to watch American movies, read English books and listen to English songs. Moreover, as English is an international language, you will be able to communicate with foreigners when you are on a trip abroad. Traveling will be more interesting that way.
It is a good idea to make friends with foreigners. In my opinion, it is the best way to improve your English. In addition, it will bring you a lot of fun and expand your view of the world. If you make friends with a native speaker, you can practise your spoken English more often, and then you can communicate with people around the world. You can also become familiar with the customs and habits of different cultures.
There are some people who are afraid to make friends with foreigners, because they are not confident about their English. However, many foreigners do not care about grammar. They will get your key words in the sentence and know the whole meaning. Therefore, it is unnecessary to be afraid; just go ahead.
In brief, English is so useful to us that we should all learn it. 63. Why does the writer think it necessary for us to learn English?
A. Because he uses it as a second language.
B. Because English has become an international language.
C. Because you can’t make foreign friends if you can’t speak English.
共8页 第5页 D. Because it will be difficult for you to travel if you can’t speak English. 64.Studying English can make fun in the following ways EXCEPT ______ according to the text.
A. enjoying British or American music B. travelling abroad
C. attending English parties
D. reading English novels or poems 65.In the writer’s opinion, some people dare not make foreign friends because _________.
A. they are afraid of making grammar mistakes
B. they become shy when they meet foreigners C. they know little English
D. they seldom speak English with foreigners
66. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the underlined word “expand”?
(加深) C. enlarge（扩大） D. raise
A car needs gas to run and your body also needs food to work for you. Eating the right kind of food is very important. It can help your body grow strong, so take care of what you eat.
There are four main food groups altogether. The dairy group(乳制品) has food like milk, cheese and sour milk. The other three groups are the meat and fish group, the fruit and vegetable group, and the bread and rice group. Each meal should have at least one food from all four main groups. With all these food together, you will be given enough energy during the day.
It is easy to get into bad eating habits. You may eat your breakfast in a hurry to get to school on time. Or you may not have time for a good lunch. It may seem easy to finish your supper with fish and chips all the time. But you will find yourself tired in these days and you can not think quickly.
Watching what you eat will help keep your body healthy and strong. It is also good to take some exercise. It will help you eat more if you take a walk or play games in the open air. Having a good eating habit with some exercise is the key to your health. 67. Which of the following diets do you think is the best one?
A. Milk, bread, cabbage and beef. B. Eggs, tomatoes and chicken.
C. Corn, fish, cream and pork. D. Rice, apples, fish and chicken. 68. Which of the following is a good eating habit? A. Going to school without any breakfast. B. Eating fish and chips for supper all the time. C. Finishing your lunch in a very short time.
D. Having at least one food from all four groups each meal. 69. In the passage the writer mainly tells us that________.
A. every person needs food to grow well
B. taking exercise can keep your body strong
C. right kind of food with exercise will keep you healthy D. enough energy helps people think more quickly 70. The best title for the passage is_________.
A. The Four Food Groups B. A Healthy Diet
C. Your Body and Food D. The key to Your Health 第一节 单词拼写10分
己的英语王老师写了一封信，讲述自己的英语学习情况。要包括以下内容： 1．开始学习高中英语时，觉得英语比初中英语难很多，几乎丧失信心。 2．后来认识到英语的重要性。
根据句子的意思或者汉语提示填写单词，单词的第一个字母已经给出 1 .We can b___________（受益）from doing exercise to our body.
2 .It is a s________（震惊）that so many people were killed in that big fire. 3 .Do you know the o__________(反义词) of success？
4 .The building is under c _____________（建设）.
5 .He has tried his best ,but u_________________（不幸地）he still failed at last. 6 .As we all know ,China is a a _____________________（农业的）country. 7 .China has b________（禁止）the use of nuclear weapons.
8 .He succeed in p__________ （劝说）his parents to buy a dictionary
9 .After three hours of waiting for the train , finally we lost our p_____（耐心）. 10 .S____________（太阳的）energy is a kind of clear and unpolluted energy. 第二节短文改错10分
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符合(∧)，并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
I’m writing to you to tell you a interesting story .Yesterday I go to our city to buy a book .I was about to arrive at a bookshop while a foreign man stopped me .I meant she would rob me of money and I was too afraid that I whispered “you are a kind person ,I only have ten yuan to buy the book . If you need money, I will go back to fetch some money .”And he said with a smile “You misunderstand me .I only want you to help me translate the Chinese sentence---NI CHI FAN LA MA into English.” and he added “If you help me, I will give you another ten other yuan”. After hearing this ,I smiled to say “I do be a kind and friend person to give you hand.”
Your sincerely Lihua
共8页 第7页 提示： 初中 高中 senior high school 共8页 第8页
junior high school
1、assembly line______________ 2、 be disappointed at___________ 3 、in no time________________ 4、account number_____________ 5、Internet banking _____________ 6、cash a check ______________ 7、Santa Claus_______________ 8、Spring Festival_____________ 9、乔装打扮_________________ 10、寻找___________________ 11 、外币兑换________________ 12、储蓄账户________________ 13、放弃_____________ 14、汇率 _______________ 15、申请表____________
1、We finally decide _________ (go) to Dali for our holiday. 2 、 It sounds interesting but I prefer _________ (stay) at home. 3、 Would you like _________ (join) us? 4 、Everyone enjoys _________ (play) football. 5、 I can’t ride my bike . It need _________ (repair).
1、 The assembly line of our company broke down so that we couldn’t
finish it in time.
—1— 2、 It is good news to me that I can register on line.
__________________________________________________________ 3、That’s very kind of you, but I hate telling stories in public. __________________________________________________________ 4、你能给我演示一下如何使用自动取款机吗？
__________________________________________________________ 5、 能介绍一下课程吗？.
( )1. I come to pay my teletphone bill. A. I want to buy a pair of shoes. ( )2. I passed the exam at last. B. Show me your telephone number. ( )3. Help yourself with some eggs,please. C.Congratulations.. ( )4. What can I do for you? D. I’m all right. Don’t warry. ( )5. Oh ,I’m terribly sorry, Sir. Are you all right? E. Thank you.
（1）I got an opportunity to go abroad. (chance)
____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________
1、 _________ I need is a cup of tea.
2 、 It is the time _________ we began to deal with it. 3、 How long is it _________ you came to London?
4 、Ask her to hurry up with the letters _________ I can sign them. 5、He was worried _________ he hadn’t had any letter from her.
It is eight o’clock. The children go to school by car every day, but today they go to school on foot. It is ten o’clock. Mrs. Sawyer usually stays at home in the morning, but this morning, she is going to the shops. It is 4:00 pm in the afternoon. Mrs. Sawyer usually drinks tea in the living room. It is six o’clock, the children usually do their homework, but at the moment, they are playing in the garden. Mr. Sawyer usually reads his newspaper at night. But at the moment, he’s reading an interesting book.
( ) 1.The children go to school ______ every day.
A. by car B. on foot C. by bike D. by bus ( ) 2. Mrs. Sawyer is going to ___ this morning.
A. stay at home B. go shopping C. drink tea D. watch TV
( ) 3. Mrs Sawyer usually drinks tea in the afternoon at ______in the living room.
A. 8:00 B. 4:00 pm. C. 6:00 pm. D. 9:00 pm. ( ) 4. Are the children doing their homework at the moment?
A. Yes, they do. B. No, they don’t. C. Yes, they are. D. No, they aren’t. ( ) 5. At the moment, Mr. Sawyer is_________
A. watching TV B. reading his newspaper C. playing in the garden D. reading an interesting book.
My name is Mary Green and I’m an English teacher. I am American. But I have many students here in China. The girl in the red coat is Lin Hong. She is twelve. She is in Row One. Behind her is Lucy, a new student. She is English. Her father, Mr. Black is a teacher of English, too. The boy in the green sweater is Li Lei. He is on duty today. He is thirteen. His father is a policeman.
( ) 6. Who is Mary Green？
A. She is an English woman. B. She is Li Lei’s teacher. C. She is Lin Hong’s mother. D. She is Mr. Black’s friend. ( ) 7. Where is Mary Green now?
A. She is in China. B. She is in English.
C. She is in America. D. She is in her room. ( ) 8.Which girl is Lin Hong?
A. The one in the red skirt. B. The one in the white blouse. C. The one in the black trousers. D. The one in the red coat. ( ) 9. What color is Li Lei’s sweater?
A. It’s blue. B. It’s red. C. It’s green. D. It’s yellow. ( ) 10. Which one is right?
A. Lucy is Chinese. B. Li Lei’s father is a teacher of English C. Mary Green is an English teacher. D. Mr. Black is a Chinese teacher.
1．What does the man mean?
A. Bill is visiting his mother
C. Bill will not be able to come
2. What is the man doing?
A. He is trying to find the hallway C. He is asking directions
3. Who’s the woman?
A. Sally Harrison’s cousin B. Sally Harrison’s sister
B. Stop talking too loudly
A. She has to go to the post office B. She has to be at her piano lesson
C. She has to go home
6. Where is the woman going?
A. New York B. Boston C. Tokyo
7. How much is the ticket for the late train?
A. 30 dollars B. 50 dollars C. 22 dollars
8．What is the man studying?
A. Writing B. English C. German
9. What’s the relationship between the woman and the man?
A. Teacher and student B. They are classmates 10. Why didn’t the man come to the class?
A. He had been writing reports all day long
B. He had given it up
C. He came back late and his friend was tired
11. What can we know about the man?
A. In the city B. In the country C. At home
B. Study at home C. Do some housework
14. What can we learn from the dialogue?
A. The boy’s grandparents live in the city
B. The boy’s school is in the city
C. The girl knows how to farm, too
15. What was the man most interested in ?
A. Playing the piano B. Playing the violin C. Classical music
16. What’s the man’s main purpose at the moment?
A. Making some new friends B. Giving performances at a concert
C. Learning from others
17. Whom would they turn to ?
A. Timmy’s uncle B. Lily’s uncle C. Their teacher
18. What did the writer do one day?
A. He went to telephone his old friend B. He paid a visit to his old friend
C. He drove his old friend home 19. How did he look for his car?
A. He asked a policeman for help C. He examined every car in the street
20. What can we know from the passage?
A. Traffic in the city is a headache C. It is joyful to find your car in the crowd
第二部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分第一节 单项填空（共2020分）
----- A. Not at all C. Not really D. Not certainly
A. offer B. service C. advice D. suggestion
23. Come and see me whenever .
A. you are convenient B. you will be convenient
C. it is convenient for you D. it will be convenient for you.
24. Look, there are so many dark clouds in the sky. It is to rain soon.
A. probably B. possibly C. likely D. maybe
25. I know you don’t like music very much. But what do you think of music in the film .
A. /, / B. the , the C. the , / D. /, the
26. They discussed the problems that people were ____ at that time.
A. concerning about B. concerned about
C. concerned for D. concerning with
27. His movie won several awards at the film festival, brought him so much honour.
A. it B. that C. which D. as
28. -----Why do you turn up so late?
-----Sorry. My car A. broke out B. broke down C. broke up 29. -----Can you give some ink for my pen?
-----Sorry. My ink A. has run out B. has run out of C. has used up 30.
A. both, the other C. either, another A. search for B. search C. in search of D. searching
-----A. a worse C. a better D. the worst
they plan to stay for two or three days.
A. where B. there C. which D. when
34. The government decided to the new hospital at the foot of the hill.
A. lie B. locate C. set D. stand
him to give up smoking , but he didn’t agree.
A. persuaded B. advised C. suggested D. let
36. He likes sleeping with the window A. open B. opened C. is opened D. is open
37. Last year the number of deaths increased by 5％the year before last.
A. comparing to B. to compare to C. comparing with D. compared to
38. -----I’m sure Kate will win the first prize. A. is preparing B. was preparing
C. had been preparing D. has been preparing
39. -----Why did you come here on foot? It’s so far.
-----Look, that’s my bike I travelled just now.
A. by which B. with which C. on which D. by that
40. In the dark forests
pipepipe Thirty “Hold this held the around the mouse’ s neck , and spoke to Harry , “Now, very press（压）the mouse.”
Harry did he was told. He pressed gently on the mouse. The mouse a soft sound.
When the male mouse heard the sound, he began to out of Frank’s hand into the pipe toward . Of course, the male mouse was the wire. Frank the other end of the wire in his hand.
After a few seconds the male mouse came out of the end of the pipe where the female mouse was.
The had been solved ; the wire was through the long pipe.
41. A. worked B. made C. thought D. met
42. A. thin B. strong C. thick D. weak
43. A. wide B. narrow C. low D. deep
44. A. Except B. But C. Or D. And
45. A. difficult B. different C. trouble D. strange
46. A. an opinion B. an idea C. a thought D. a mind
47. A. Naturally B. Hardly C. Nearly D. Strangely
48. A. came B. got C. returned 49. A. turn up B. run away C . jump over 50. A. an B. one C. another 51. A. rounded B. lay C. tied D. put
52. A. strongly B. hard D. lightly
53. A. that B. how D. when
54. A. let B. made D. sent
55. A. look D. run
56. A. the sound B. Harry C. the end D. Frank
57. A. fetching C. pulling D. putting
58. A. held C. needed D. led
59. A. idea C. thing D. wire
C. set D. lined
My grandfather was a teacher. He was the headmaster of a school for boys between the ages of thirteen and eighteen. I know that he was a kind and gentle man at heart, because when I was young, he gave me presents, sat me on his knee, and told me stories. But I believe that boys at his school were afraid of him.
At school, when he walked into a room full of noisy boys, there was silence at once. When he looked at a boy with a certain look in his eyes, that boy went red in the face, and looked down at
his shoes. If a boy brought him poor, careless work, which was not the best that boy could do, my grandfather picked up the boy’s book and threw it across the room, shouting, “Do it again, and bring it back first in the morning!” If the boy was late, or if he forgot to bring the work, he had to do it again and again, and yet again. My grandfather never forgot.
61. My grandfather was ______.
A. a kind and gentle teacher
B. a teacher who gave presents to the pupils
C. the head teacher of a boy’s school
D. a boy at a school where everyone was afraid of the head-teacher
62. When he looked at a boy in a certain way, that boy ______.
A. went red and could not return my grandfather’s look
B. looked back at my grandfather’s red face
C. changed another one
B. work that the boys could not do
C. he didn’t throw books about at school like he did at home
D. he didn’t get angry at home
65. The boy in my grandfather’s school ________.
A. hated him
B. were afraid of him
C. liked him very much
D. forgot him easily
It was a dark and cold night. The car driver didn't have even one passenger all day. When he went by the railway station, he saw a young man coming out with two bags in his hands. So he quickly opened the door of the car and asked, “Where do you want to go, sir?”
“To the Star Hotel, ’’ the young man answered. When the car driver heard that, he didn't feel happy. The young man would give him only three dollars because the hotel was not far from the railway station. But suddenly, he had an idea. He took the passenger through many streets of the big city.
After a long time, the car finally arrived at the hotel. “You should pay me fifteen dollars.” the car driver said to the young car driver last week. ”
B. He liked to work very hard.
D. He was not an honest person.
B. had been to the hotel several times
C. didn’t want to stay in this city
D. must be a stranger and didn’t know the city very well
69. The driver took the passenger through many streets so as to A. make the young man happy
B. let the young man think it was very far from the station to the hotel
C. let the young man have a good look at the city
D. get more than twenty dollars
Every year on my birthday, from the time I turned 12, a white gardenia was delivered to my house. No card came with it. Calls to the flower-shop were not helpful at all. After a while I stopped trying to discover the sender's name and just delighted in the beautiful white flower in soft pink paper.
But I never stopped imagining who the giver might be. Some of my happiest moments were spent day-dreaming about the sender. My mother encouraged these imaginings. She'd ask me if there was someone for whom I had done a special kindness. Perhaps it was the old man across the it might be a boy I had run into.
One month before my graduation, my father died. I felt so completely like the gardenia—（神秘）.
My mother died ten days I 22. That was the year the gardenia stopped coming.
B. A Mother's Love.
D. A Special Birthday.
B. she hoped she would find a boyfriend
C. she wanted her to be happy and strong
D. she thought education was most important
72. Who was the sender of the flower?
A. A boy the writer had run into. B. One of the writer's neighbours.
C. One of the writer's classmates. D. The writer's mother.
During the 19th century, it was common to hear people in Europe and America say that the
resources of the sea were unlimited. For example, a noted biologist writing in the mid-19th century commented that none of the great sea fisheries are to be exhausted. Today, though, there is evidence（证据）that the resources of the sea are as seriously endangered as those of the land and the air, and that the endangered species include Herring and Carp as well as the African Elephant, Indian Tiger, and the American Eagle.
Further, the threats（威胁）to fish are more alarming in some ways than the threats to animals and birds.
This is because fish are a much needed food resource and people throughout the world depend on fish as an important part of their dish, and the decline（下降）have extensive effects on hunger and population.
（耗尽）of the world, and the problem cannot be ignored.
A. Declined. C. Limited. D. Unlimited.
B. The whole world
A. Sea resources can last forever.
B. None of the great sea fisheries are to be exhausted.
C. Fish supply has no effects on people.
D. Sea resources are important to people.
76. Which of the following best describes the purpose of the lecture?
A. Unlimited Sea Resources B. Threats to Animals and Birds
C. Sea Resources on the Decline D. Protection of Fish
You might think that “global warming” means nothing more than a rise in the world’s temperature. But rising sea levels caused by it has resulted in the first evacuation（撤离）of an island nation--the citizens of Tuvalu will have to leave their homeland.
During the 20th century, the sea level rose 8--12 inches. As a result, Tuvalu has experienced lowland flooding of salt water which has polluted the country’s drinking water.
Paani Laupepa, a Tuvaluan government official, reported to the Earth Policy Institute that the nation suffered an unusually high number of fierce storms in the past ten years. Many scientists connect higher surface water temperatures resulting from global warming to greater and more damaging storms.
Laupepa expressed dissatisfaction with the United States for Kyoto gas emissions（导致温室效应的气体排放）, which are a main warming. “By refusing to sign the agreement, the US has taken the freedom of future generations of Tuvaluans to live where their for thousands of years,” Laupepa told the BBC.
countries. Tuvalu is not the only （易受影响的）to rising sea levels. Maumoon Gayoon, president the told the United Nations that global warming has
C. moving of a country to a new place
D. reasons for lowland flooding
78. According to scientists, the direct cause of more and fiercer storms is .
A. green house gas emissions in industrialized nations
B. higher surface water temperatures of the sea
C. continuous global warming
D. rising sea levels
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A. agree to reduce its green house gas emissions
B. sign an agreement with Tuvalu
C. allow Tuvaluans to move to the US
D. believe the problems facing Tuvalu were real
80. The country whose situation is similar to that of Tuvalu is .
A. Australia B. New Zealand C. the Maldives D. the US
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air. Hardly can anyone really enjoy sitting in a train more than a hours. The trains are when you arrive at your destination, you're Long car journeys are even less roads which are crowded with traffic.
Flying and expensive. But it's fast and comfortable. Traveling at a height of far above the clouds, and at over 500 miles per hour is really an unimaginable experience. For a few hours, you can enjoy the beautiful view when you are over high mountains and deep valleys. The journey is so smooth and nothing can stop you from reading and sleeping. You will not have to spend the next few days recovering from a long and tiring journey.
Three ways of long distance traveling
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1-5 CCAAB 6-10 ACCBC 11-15 ABABB 16-20 CABCA 21-25 BACCD 26-30 BCBAC 31-35 CAABB 36-40 DDABD 41-45 DABDA 46-50 BACAD 51-55 CDCBD 56-60 ACABB 61-65 CACDB 66-70 CDDBB 71-75 CDDBD 76-80 CBBAC
81.car 82.sea 83.Disadvantages 84.crowded 85.reading 86.seasick 87.spend
88.expensive 89.less 90.speed
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There are many wetlands（湿地） in China and some of them have become the world's important wetlands. The Chinese Yellow Sea Wetlands are among them. They are in Yancheng，Jiangsu Province. They are home for many different kinds of birds and animals. The world's largest Milu Deer Nature Reserve（自然保护区） is in them. More than 700 milu deer live freely there. There are not many red-crowned cranes in the world， but every winter you can see some in the Red-crowned Cranes Nature Reserve in the Yellow Sea Wetlands.
The temperature in the wetlands is usually neither too high nor too low. There is a lot of rain and sunshine, too. They are really good places for wildlife（野生生物）。 Offering food and home for some special kinds of animals and birds is not the only reason why we need to protect wetlands. Wetlands are important because they also prevent flood. But some people want to change the wetlands to make more space for farms and buildings. This means there will be less and less space for wildlife.
Luckily, more and more people are beginning to realize the importance of wetlands and wildlife. Every year, on February 2nd, many activities are held to tell people more about wetlands.
21. The Chinese Yellow Sea Wetlands are in the _______ of China.
A. south B. west C. east D. north
22. Usually the weather in the wetlands is _______.
A. hot B. cold C. pleasant D. dry
23. The World Wetlands Day is on _______.
A. February 2 B. April 22 C. June 25 D. March 22
24. We must protect wetlands because _______.
A. they are home for wildlife
B. they can prevent flood
C. they can offer food to the animals and birds
D. all of the above
Rules for the University Entrance Examination in America
●You must be at the examination center ten minutes before the examination starts. If you are more than ten minutes late, you may not enter the examination center. The examination takes place at the same time in different states.
●You must have proof of your name and grade as well as official examination number. Show these when you come to the examination center.
●Depending on which examination you are taking, you may bring certain items into the examination center. Mathematics examinations may allow you to use electronic calculators (计算器). Other subjects may allow you to use dictionaries and other reference material. Please read the notes sent with your timetable carefully.
●You must bring your own pencils. None will be provided for you. The following items are not allowed in the examination center: Walkman(随身听) and radios, head sets, any food or drink, schoolbags, electronic equipment (unless specifically permitted for various subjects), and mobile phones.
●Once in the center, you must sit at the desk with your examination number on it. When you sit down, place your examination number at the top of your desk.
●You must remain silent during the examination. You must not disturb other people who are taking the test.
●If you need a drink or toilet break, you should raise your hand and wait for the supervisor (监督者) to speak to you. You will be given water or the supervisor will take you to the bathroom. You are not allowed to talk with anyone during the break.
●You must write your answers in the official answer sheet. Your supervisor will provide extra paper if you wish to make notes.
●You may leave the examination room at any time if you do not plan to return. If you finish early and want to leave, please move well away from the examination center.
●The supervisor will warn you fifteen minutes, five minutes and one minute before the end of the examination. When the supervisor says that the time is up, you must put down your pencil and wait at your desk until your paper is collected.
25. What are you allowed to have with you when you take mathematics
A. Related material. B. A cell phone.
C. Proof of yourself D. A dictionary.
26. What should you do if you finish the test early and want to get a better result?
A. Leave the room immediately.
B. Remain in your seat and check again.
C. Raise your hand to inform your teacher.
D. Take some notes carefully.
27. What can be provided for you during the exam?
A. Pencils. B. Food and drink. C. Calculators. D. Extra paper
Fluency(流利) in another language is one of the most important aims of a newcomer to another country. In addition, understanding the culture and learning to communicate comfortably with people of that culture are as important as learning the rules of the language. Language learning and culture learning go together and may take a long time.
Sometimes people feel that they understand a culture after a few weeks or months. People do learn a lot when they first begin living in another culture, but this is only the first stage of learning. It usually involves things like learning everyday activities and some basic customs. To really understand another culture, people have to go beyond the first stage, This is challenge because it is often difficult to know what to learn. Much of what we call “culture” is hard to see.
Culture is like an iceberg（冰山）. Picture in your mind a huge iceberg in the ocean. The only part of the iceberg that you see is the tip. You don‟t see the rest of the iceberg because it is hidden from sight in the water. It is easy to forget that it is there. Most of the iceberg is deep within the ocean, just as much of a culture is deep within its people.
When you meet someone from another culture， certain culture differences are obvious: You hear another language or you hear your own language spoken with an accent. You see different foods, clothes and sometimes physical characteristics of people. You observe new customs or habits, such as the use of chopsticks, and, bowing or kissing on both cheeks as a greeting. These differences are interesting and important, but they are usually not too difficult to understand. They are visible so they are seen easily and quickly.
The part of culture that is like the underwater part of the iceberg consists of assumptions(设想), communication styles, values, and beliefs about what is right and wrong. The hidden part of culture affects much of a person‟s way of thinking and communicating. It is the meaning
behind his or her verbal (言语的) and nonverbal language. Learning to communicate well with people from another culture involves becoming aware of the hidden part of culture.
28. What‟s the subject of this passage?
A. Language learning. B. The hidden part of the iceberg.
C. Fluency in another language. D. Learning about culture.
29. What is learning about culture?
A. Learning the hidden part of the iceberg, which is underwater.
B. Learning everyday activities and some basic customs.
C. Learning the visible （看得见的）as well as the hidden differences of culture.
D. Learning the culture of an iceberg.
30. What‟s the writer‟s opinion?
A. Communication styles can be easily seen and learned.
B. Learning about culture is not easy and may take a long time.
C. Language learning is more important than culture learning.
D. People usually learn a culture after a few weeks or months.
Five Ideas for Better Sleep
Most teens need about 8.5 to more than 9 hours of sleep each night. But about 1 in 4 teens has trouble sleeping. ___31___ It can effect sports performance, increase our chances of getting sick, and may be linked to weight gain in some people.
How can we get the sleep we need? Here are some ideas:
__32___ You‟ve probably noticed how much running around little kids do---and how well
they sleep. Get at least 60 minutes of exercise a day. Physical activity can decrease stress and help people feel more relaxed. Just don‟t work out too close to bedtime because exercise can wake you up before it slows you down.
Avoid alcohol and drugs. Lots of people think that alcohol or drugs will make them relaxed, but that‟s not the case. Drugs and alcohol increase a person‟s chance of waking up in the middle of the night.
___33___ Experts recommended using the bedroom for sleep only. If you can‟t make your bedroom a tech-free zone, at least shut everything down an hour or more before lights out.
___34___ Going to bed at the same time every night helps the body expect sleep. Relax every night by reading, listening to music, spending time with a pet, or writing in a journal.(期刊，杂志)。
Expect a good night‟s sleep. Stress can cause insomnia(失眠), so the more you suffer from not sleeping, the greater the risk you‟ll lie awake staring at the celling. __35____ Say, “Tonight, I will sleep well” several times during the day.
A. Keep a sleep routine(惯例，常规)。
B. Be active during the day.
C. Say goodnight to electronic equipment.
D. Everyone has a sleepless night once in a while.
E. Instead of worrying that you won‟t sleep, remind yourself that you can.
F. It can also help to practice breathing exercises or gentle yoga poses(姿势) before bed. G. Lack of sleep can effect everything from our emotions to how well we focus on tasks
The police received a report that six men had stopped a truck. It was carrying some goods and two bags full of something (36) _____. The six men had gone (37) _____ the police arrived. After (38) _____ for three hours the (39) _____ found the truck near the river. The driver was sitting on a (40) _____ in the truck and his hands were (41) _____ behind his back. The robbers had put a handkerchief into his mouth (42) _____ he couldn‟t shout. The police
climbed into the back of the truck and freed(松绑) the (43) _____. They asked him (44) _____ had happened.
“I was stopped soon after I left the bank,” the driver explained. “Six men (45) _____ me and made me (46) _____ to the river. „(47) _____ you shout,‟ one of the men said, „we will (48) _____ you.‟ When I got near the river, they tied me up. Then they threw me into the (49) _____ of the truck. There were two bags in it and they took (50) _____ of them.”
“How much (51) _____ did the bag contain?” a police officer asked.
“It didn‟t contain (52) _____ money at all,” the driver (53) _____. “It was full of letters. (54) _____ one contains all the money. I‟ve been sitting on it for (55) _____!”
36. A. expensive B. important C. mysterious D. dangerous
37. A. until B. when C. since D. once
38. A. waiting B. asking C. inspecting D. looking
C. police . D. banker 39. A. driver B. robber
40. A. chair B. floor C. seat D. bag
41. A. tied B. wrapped C. crossed D. put
42. A. but B. so that
43. A. robbers C. because D. unless B. seat C. driver D. goods
44 A. that B. how C. whether. D. what
45. A. invited B. noticed C. stopped D. waited for
C. drive D. swim 46. A. walk B. return
47. A. Unless
48. A. tie B. As if C. If D. Whether B. search C. pay D. kill
49. A. darkness B. windows C. back D. front
50. A. one B. all C. neither D. both
51. A. money B. bills C. dollars D. letters
D. much 52. A. any B. no C. some
53. A. laughed B. cried C. insisted D. nodded
54. A. No B. This
55. A. half an hour C. Each D. That B. three hours C. an hour D. two hours
Mr Weeks has taught math in a middle school for twenty years. He is kind-hearted but he is strict _56__his students. Mr Weeks‟s classes are lively and interesting and his students enjoy __57____(listen) to him. Some of his students have made great achievements, but they still remember him and often write to him. Of course, Mr Weeks is very ___58___(satisfy) with his students.
This term he began to teach Grade One. Some of the new students have known about him, __59____ others knew nothing about him. On the first day of school he told the students how to be __60___ honest person. He gave them some examples and said, “I don‟t like anyone __61____ always tell lies.” Before class was over, he told all his students __62____ (do) Exercise 8 in Lesson 1.
The next morning , as soon as he came into the classroom, he asked, “Who ___63____(finish) Exercise 8?” A few students raised their hands. He shook his head and said, “Open your workbooks and see __64____ there is Exercise 8 in Lesson 1.”
Those students had a look at their workbooks and their faces turned red ___65_____(immediate). There were 7 exercises in Lesson 1.
Anne is my best friend in high school. Honest and friendly, she gets along well to other students. She always lend a helping hand unless someone needs help. Anne is as old as me but tall than me. Basketball is her favorite sport though she is girl. Because Anne studies very hard, so she often gets high grades in exams. I‟m not good at English, so she often helps me with my English after school. With his help, I have made great progresses in English. And I also help her as many as I can. I hope our friendship will last as long as we lived.
假设你叫王伟， 你们学校广播站正在招聘一个业余英语广播员。 要求：英语基础好，发音纯正，爱好播音工作，会操作电脑。
Married by arrangement at 13, Gandhi went to London to study law when he was 13. From 1893 to 1914 he worked for an Indian firm in South Africa. Gandhi was against the racial unfair treatment there. He accepted leadership of protest（抗议） campaigns and gradually developed his techniques of nonviolent resistance（反抗）known as Satyagraha .
Returning to India in January 1915, Gandhi soon became involved in labor organizing. The Jallianwala Bagh mass murder of Amritsar (1919), in which troops fired on and killed hundreds of nationalist demonstrators（示威者）, turned him to direct political protest. Within a year he was the important figure in the Indian National Congress. He launched on a policy of noncooperation with the British in 1920-22. Although total noncooperation was given up, Gandhi continued civil disobedience, organizing protest marches against unpopular British measures, such as the salt tax (1930), and refusing British goods.
Gandhi was repeatedly sent to prison by the British and used hunger strikes as part of his civil disobedience. His final imprisonment came in 1942-44, after he had demanded total withdrawal of the British (the
Gandhi also fought to improve the life of the lowest classes of society, the
„Untouchables‟, whom he called harijans (
Gandhi was also tireless in trying to form closer ties between the Hindu majority and the numerous minorities of India, particularly the Muslims. He was killed in Delhi on January 30, 1948, by a Hindu murderer who mistakenly thought Gandhi's policy was evil .
56. We can infer from the passage that .
A. Gandhi had many children B. Gandhi had a wonderful family life
C. Gandhi got married because his family wanted him to. D. Gandhi was a good father
57. The underlined word “withdrawal” in Paragraph 4 most probably means .
A. removing B. staying C. making peace D. fighting
58. According to the passage, we know that
A. Gandhi would like to build modern cities B. Gandhi would like to give parties
C. Gandhi would like to build many factories D. Gandhi would like to live in a village
59. Which of the following is true?
A. The murderer hated the Muslims very much B. The writer thought well of the murderer.
C. Gandhi didn‟t care about the poor D. British measures were welcome in India
A new study warns that about thirty percent of the world's people may not have enough water by the year 2025.
A private American organization called Population Action International did the new study. It says more than three-hundred-thirty-five-million people lack enough water now. The people live in twenty-eight countries. Most of the countries are in Africa or the Middle East.
P-A-I researcher Robert Engelman says by the year 2025, about three-thousand-million people may lack water. At least 18 more countries are expected to have severe water problems. The demand for water keeps increasing. Yet the amount of water on Earth stays the same.
Mr. Engelma n says the population in countries that lack water is growing faster than in other parts of the world. He says population growth in these countries will continue to increase.
The report says lack of water in the future may result in several problems. It may increase health problems. Lack of water often means
drinking waters not safe. Mr. Engelman says there are problems all over the world because of diseases, such as cholera, which are carried in water. Lack of water may also result in more international conflict. Countries may have to compete for water in the future. Some countries now get sixty percent of their fresh water from other countries. This is true of Egypt, the Netherlands, Cambodia, Syria, Sudan, and Iraq. And the report says lack of water would affect the ability of developing to improve their economies. This is because new industries often need a large amount of water when they are beginning.
The Population Action International study gives several solutions to the water problem. One way, it says, is to find ways to use water for more than one purpose. Another way is to teach people to be careful not to waste water. A third way is to use less water of agriculture.
The report also says long-term solutions to the water problem must include controls on population growth. It says countries cannot provide clean water unless they slow population growth by limiting the number of children people have.
60. are expected to have severe water problems by the year 2025
A. No countries B. 18 countries C. 28 countries
D. 46 countries
61. All the following are true except
A. Lack of water may cause conflict between countries B. Egypt now has enough fresh water
C. There are solutions to the water problem D. New industries need a lot of water
62. It can be inferred that
A. Lack of water may also result from international conflict
B. There is connection between providing clean water and slowing population growth
C. The ability of developing has nothing to do with lack of water.
D. It is not known whether diseases have something to do with lack of water
63. The best title of the passage would be
A. World Conflict B. Diseases and Water C. World Water Shortage D. Population and Water
A teardrop-shaped island located in the Indian Ocean, Sri lanka is filled with cultural and natural treasures. Indians, Portuguese, Dutch and British have all left their marks here, making for a delightful mix of ancient cities, monuments and atmospheric colonial architecture. At the same time, palm-fringed beaches are never far away . It's clear to see why Marco Polo proclaimed Sri Lanka to be one of the best islands in the world.
The beach thing may be a cliché(陈腔滥调), but don't miss them. Then head to the hills to cool off amidst tea plantations and ancient cities. The island is filled with bird life, and even the occasional elephant . To top it all off, the people are friendly, the food is delicious and costs are low. Climatically the driest and best seasons are from December to March on the west and south coasts and in the Hill Country, and from May to September on the east coast. December to March is also the time when most foreign tourists come, the majority of them escaping the European winter.
Out of season travel has its advantages - it's less crowded, and many airfares and accommodation(膳宿)prices go right down. Nor does it rain all the time. Reefs may protect a beach area and make swimming quite available at places like Hikkaduwa, which during the seasonal wind can be quite pleasant.
July/August is the time of the Kandy Esala Perahera, the 10-day festival honouring the sacred tooth relic of the Buddha, and also the time for the Kataragama Festival in the South. In both towns accommodation just before, during and immediately after the festivals is very difficult to come by, and rates usually double or treble. Be sure to book rooms well in advance.
The country was also seriously damaged by the 2004 tsunami(海啸), which killed more than 30,000 Sri Lankans and wiped out many coastal
communities. While many tourists have been discouraged by the troubles, tourism is a healing force in this hard-hit country, and visitors will be sure to get a warm welcome.
64. From the passage we can conclude
A. it takes people a long time to go to beaches.
B. no European countries have left marks here
C. most foreign tourists come to this country because they want to run away from their home.
D. it is people and food here that attract tourists rather than ancient cities and animal life.
65. Tourism is thought
A. to be good to the hard-hit country. B. to do harm to the country.
C. to have caused the damage D. not to be thought well of in the country
66. The fourth paragraph suggests that
A. many more tourists make out of season travel B. many hotels close down
C. there are fewer tourists D. it rains all the time
67. The underlined word probably means .
A. low B. high C. safe D. three times
So long as teachers fail to pick out the difference between teaching and learning, they will continue to do for children that which only children can do for themselves. Teaching children to read is not passing reading on to them. It is certainly not endless hours spent in activities about reading. Douglas insists that “reading cannot be taught directly and schools should stop trying to do the impossible.”
Teaching and learning are two entirely different processes. They differ in kind and function(功能). The function of teaching is to create the conditions and the climate that will make it possible for children to come up with the most efficient way for teaching themselves to read. Teaching is also public activity: It can be seen and observed.
Learning to read involves all that each individual does to make sense of the world of printed language. Almost all of it is private, for learning is a job of the mind, and that process is not open to public scutiny
If teacher and learner roles are not interchangeable（可交换的）, what then can be done through teaching that will aid the child in the quest (探索) for knowledge? Smith has one rule for all teaching instructions. “Make learning to read easy, which means making reading a meaningful, enjoyable and frequent experience for children.”
When the roles of teacher and learner are seen for what they are, and
when both teacher and learner fulfill them appropri ately, then much of the pressure and feeling of failure for both is taken out. Learning to read is made easier when teachers create an environment where children are given the opportunity to solve the problem of leaning to read by reading.
68. The problem with the reading course as mentioned in the first paragraph is that ________.
A. it is one of the most difficult school courses B. students spend endless hours in reading
C. reading tasks are assigned with little guidance D. too much time is spent in teaching about reading
69. The teaching of reading will be successful if ________.
A. teachers can improve conditions at school for the students
B. teachers can enable students to develop their own way of reading
C. teachers can design the most efficient system for reading
D. teachers can make their teaching activities observable
70. The word “scrutiny” (Line 3, Para. 3) most probably means “________”.
A. request B. examination C. control D. damage
71. According to the passage, learning to read will no longer be a difficult task when ________.
A. children become highly active
B. teacher and learner roles are interchangeable
C. teaching helps children in the search for knowledge
D. reading enriches children‟s experience
答案：68-71 DBB A