( ) 1. A. I’m thinking about it. B. It’s humid. C. I can’t stand it.
( ) 2. A. Last night. B. Once a month. C. At eight o’clock.
( ) 3 A. Yes, I’d love to. B. It’s kind of you. C. Not at all.
( ) 4 A. A little, please. B. Yes, please. C. Tea, please.
( ) 5 A. Sorry to hear that. B. No problem. C .Never mind. II．根据所听到的对话和对话后的问题，选择正确答案。（5分）
( )6. A. It was interesting. B. It was exciting. C. It was boring.
( )7. A. A housewife. B.A writer. C.A factory worker.
( )8. A. She’s a singer. B. She’s a tennis player. C. She’s a dancer.
( )9. A. A CD. B. Some flowers. C. A book.
( )10. A. No, he doesn’t. B. Yes, he does. C. No, he has got a job. III．根据所听到的描述，选出与其相符的图片。其中有一幅图片是多余的。（5分）
A B C D E F
11.________ 12. ________ 13. _________ 14. ________ 15. _________
( )16. Where are the speakers?
A. On a plane. B. On a bus. C. On a train.
( )17. When will the man arrive in Chicago?
A. At about 6 o’clock. B. At about 9 o’clock. C. At about 5 o’clock. 听第二段对话，作答第18~20小题。
( )18. How many people will sit at table?
A. Two. B. Three. C. Four.
( )19. What is the restaurant famous for?
A. Coffee. B. Chicken soup. C. Seafood.
( )20. What would they like to drink?
A. Beer and coke. B. Coffee. C. Milk.
( ) 21. The old man was ____.
A. Mr. Brown’s father B. Mrs. Brown’s father C. Mrs. Brown’s grandfather
( ) 22. What did the old man do in the morning?
A. He went to work. B. He took a walk. C. He cooked his lunch.
( ) 23. How often did the old man go to the park?
A. Every morning. B. Every afternoon. C. Every week.
( ) 24. How did the old man come home that day?
A. On foot. B. By bus. C. He was carried home by the police.
( ) 25. Why did the police-car stop outside Mrs. Brown’s house?
A. To look for Mr. Brown. B. To send the old man home.
C. To look for Mrs. Brown.
Ⅵ．在下列各句的空白处填入一个适当的词，使句子意思完整、语法正确。(5分) 26, Sunglasses are used ______ protecting our eyes on sunny days.
27. My sister is looking for an ___________ box to put all her books in.
28. Dick, you shouldn't ____________at anyone with your chopsticks. It's impolite.
29.All the movie tickets had been sold disappointed.
30.When we choose gifts for others, we should always remember the saying: It's
the_________ that counts.
31. Nobody helped Bill with his Japanese. He learned it by ________.(he)
32. Grace felt a lot more ___________after she made the final decision. (relax)
33. John dreams of being the richest_________ in the world when he grows up. (farm)
34. My cousin will get_______ next month. I want to buy a special gift for her. (marry)
35. Look at the ____________. Do you know how to use them? (knife)
( A. a C. the D./ ( A. to B. as D. by ( A. chance C. symbol D. riddle ( )39. I didn't buy the second-hand book because the seller wanted than I had expected. A. less B. least. C. most D. more ( C. Both...and D. Not only...but also ( )41. ---- Who's that boy drawing in the garden? Is it Bob? ---It be Bob. He has gone to the library. B. may C. won't D. can't ( )42. Hawaii is a place can enjoy beautiful beaches and pleasant weather.
A. what B. who C. where D. which
( )43. I really enjoyed your speech, there were some parts I didn't quite
A. because B. for C. until D. though
( )44. -----You were out when I dropped by your house.
-----Oh, I________ for a friend from England at the airport.
A. was waiting B. had waited C. am waiting D. have waited
( for Linda's birthday?
------Not exactly. Just some flowers.
A. something unusual B. anything unusual
C. unusual something D. unusual anything
( )46. I made an appointment with Mary to meet at the bookstore, but she
A. dress up B. put up C. show up D. think up ( A. need be thrown B. mustn't be thrown C. can't throw D. may throw ( )48. --May I come in? I'm sorry I'm late. ---Come in, please. But could you tell me A. what did you do there C. who you were talking with D. how do you come to school ( )49.---- I am very worried about tomorrow's math test. I am afraid I can't pass this time. C. That's right D. Don't mention it ( A. Better not B. Not at all D. That’s all right
Ⅸ．根据对话内容及方框中所给的句子补全对话。选项中有一项是多余的。(5分) (Beth and Jack are watching TV in the bedroom.)
Beth: Do you mind if I change the channel (频道) for a while?
Beth: No, I won't. You see it's time for advertisements. It's so boring.
Jack: Well, you look annoyed!
Jack: But advertising is also a form of communication. And advertisements are useful to us.
Jack: Quite a few. It can make us know the new products, services…
Beth: 54.______ They sometimes make people confused.
Jack: That's true. As is known to all, each coin has its two sides. 55.______
A: Hi, Lin Ping! Long time no see.
B: Hi, Wang Wei! I've just come back from America.
B: I stayed there for about half a year.
A: Did you have a good time there?
A: But your English must have improved a lot.
A: Who did you live with there?
B: I lived with an American family. They went out of their way to (59) ____________. A: That's great! Oh, I'm going to America next month. (60)_____________________? B: Sure. Learning some table manners is necessary, and it's polite to arrive on time if
you are invited to dinner.
A: I see. Thanks for your advice.
B: You are welcome.
温泉)of Clear Water. The water was . He filled his leather(皮革) container(容器 he could bring some back to an old man who had been his teacher. After a four-day journey, the young man gave the water to the old man. His teacher took a deep drink, smiled .
After the student , the teacher let another student taste the water. He spit (吐) it out, saying it was It was no longer fresh old leather container. The student then asked his teacher," Sir, the water wasn't fresh. Why did you to like it?"
The teacher replied," You only tasted the water. I tasted the simply the container for an act of kindness and love. So We understand this lesson best that we receive gifts of love from children. We love the idea within the gift rather than the thing.
Is it difficult for you to get up in the morning? Hiroyuki's bed will solve your problem! Here is how it works.
The bed is connected to an alarm clock. First, the alarm clock rings. You have a few minutes to wake up. Next, a tape recorder in the bed plays soft music. The tape recorder in Hiroyuki's bed plays a recording of his girlfriend. She whispers in a sweet voice, "Wake up, darling, please." A few minutes later, Hiroyuki hears a recording of his boss. His boss shouts, "Wake up at once, or you'll be late!"
If you don't get up after the second recording, a mechanical (机械的) "foot" in the bed will kick you in the head. The bed waits a few more minutes. What! You're still in bed! Slowly the top of the bed rises higher and higher. The foot of the bed goes lower and lower. Finally you slide off the bed and onto the floor. You are out of bed and awake!
Hiroyuki's bed is not in stores. There is only one bed ---- the bed Hiroyuki made for a contest. Maybe someday a company will make Hiroyuki’s bed and sell it in stores. Maybe people will buy millions of beds. Then Hiroyuki will be rich. If the bed makes Hiroyuki rich, he won't need to go to work, and he won't need to get up early!
A. who can't sleep well B. who can't get up early
C. who go to bed early D. who go-to bed late
( )72. The word, whisper" in the second paragraph means" A. speak loudly B. speak sadly C. speak angrily D. speak quietly
( )73. The bed is not connected to __________.
A. an alarm clock B. a tape recorder C. a TV D. a mechanical "foot"
( )74. What will finally happen to Hiroyuki if he doesn't get up?
A. He will slide onto the floor.
B. A tape recorder will play a recording of his boss.
C. A mechanical foot will kick him in the head.
D. The bed will rise higher and higher.
( )75. Which of the following sentences is TRUE?
A. Hiroyuki's company has made many such beds.
B. Hiroyuki's bed is the only one made for a contest.
C. Hiroyuki has made a lot of money.
D. Hiroyuki needn't get up early now.
Two months ago, I went to Australia for a meeting with my workmate, Chris. We decided to drive across country to Brisbane after the meeting ended. The drive was going to take four days and most of it was across the desert. The first day was a lot of fun as we were excited and laughing at each other's jokes, By the third day of drying in the desert, we began to get bored. We had been quiet for a few hours when Chris saw some kangaroos. We were both excited and decided to get a closer look. Chris drove very quickly to catch up with the kangaroos. We got closer and closer---too close---when we heard a loud BANG! . Chris stopped the car and we got out. Behind the car was a large kangaroo lying completely still (不动的) on the ground. Chris went over to the kangaroo and put his baseball cap on its head. He took off his sunglasses and put them on the kangaroo and 5
did the same with his jacket. Then, he put his arm around the kangaroo and told me to take a photo of them together. I took out my camera. While I was focusing(调整焦距) the camera , I saw the kangaroo move. It suddenly woke up, and ran away before we could do anything. I started laughing but Chris looked very serious. He said his wallet was in the jacket. I started laughing even harder. I stopped laughing, however, when he said that our car keys were also in the jacket! ( )76. How long was the drive going to take according to their plan? A. One day. B. Four days. C. Half a month D. Two months. ( )77. Why did they hear a loud BANG? A. Because something fell off the car. B. Because the car knocked down a tree. C. Because the car broke down on the way. D. Because the car knocked down a kangaroo. ( )78. What can we get from this passage? A. Chris saved the kangaroo’s life. B. The meeting was held in Brisbane. C. Chris thought the kangaroo was dead D. The writer took a photo of Chris and the kangaroo. ( )79. Why did the writer stop laughing at last? A. Because Chris' baseball cap was on the kangaroo's head. B. Because he didn't take photos of the kangaroo. C. Because he couldn't find his wallet. D. Because the kangaroo took away the car keys. ( )80. Which would be the best title for this passage? A. An unusual experience. B. My Australian meeting. C. On the way to Australia. D. A clever kangaroo.
As teenagers, you have many dreams. These dreams can be very big, such as winning the Nobel Prize, or they can be small. You may just want to become one of the ten best students in your class.
Once you find a dream, what do you do with it? Do you ever try to make your dream true?
Follow Your Heart by Australian writer Andrews tells us that making our dreams true is life's biggest challenge.
In fact, everyone can make his dream come true. The first thing you must do is to remember what your dream is.
Don't let it leave your heart. Keep telling yourself what you want. Do this step by step and your dream will come true faster because a big dream is, in fact, many small dreams.
You must also never give up your dream.
There will be difficulties on the road to your dreams. But the biggest difficulty comes from yourself. You may think you're not very good at some school subjects, or it is impossible for you to become a writer. These kinds of thoughts stop you from getting your dream, the book says. You need to decide what is the most important. Studying instead of watching TV will lead to better exam results, while saving five yuan instead of buying an ice cream means you can buy a new book. As you get closer to your dream, it may change a little. This is good as you have the chance to learn more skills and find new interests.
( )81 .All the teenagers have dreams, but only some of them can make their dreams come true. ( )82. The only thing that can help achieve the dream is to remember what your dream is. ( )83. The biggest difficulty on the road to your dream comes from the people around you. ( )84. You need to decide what is the most important if you want to achieve your dream. ( )85. The passage tells us that everyone should keep his dream in his mind and never give it up.
( )86. Dick plays sports every day. He is strong enough to walk for a long time.
( )87. Lucy is a talented girl. She loves games and she can even play magic.
( )88. Anna loves all kinds of foods. She can make delicious food by herself.
( )89. Mike likes animals very much. He keeps pets and looks after them well.
( )90. Linda is a creative girl, She can draw beautiful pictures and make nice cards. (E)
Do you think that French fries are really French? French fries are called "pommes frites" in France and they are not from France. French fries come from Belgium originally. French fries are made of potatoes, and they are cut and fried. The fried potatoes are called French fries because they were first seen by Americans in Belgium, but they were fried in the French way. The French way is to fry potatoes twice with a small pause (暂停) in the middle.
During World War I, there were a lot of hungry American soldiers in Northern 7
France and Belgium. They ate French fries in Belgium. After the war was over, the
soldiers went back home to America. However, they missed French fries so much that
they made French fries at home. That's how French fries were first introduced to
French fries were called Belgian fries once, but the name was finally changed to
French fries. Sometimes French fries are just called fries.
French fries are one of the most popular potato foods in America. American fast
food restaurants such as McDonald's and Burger King have French fries on their
menus. French fries are freshly fried, and usually served with hamburgers. If you visit any fast food restaurant in America and order a hamburger, you will
probably hear "You want fries with that?" Why don't you think about the history of
French files a little while, and say "Yes, please. Thank you."
91. Do French fries originally come from France?
92. What are French fries made of?
93. Why are the fried potatoes called French fries?
94. Who first introduced French fries to America?
95. What are French fries usually served with in restaurants in America?
在日常生活中， 你是怎样发展爱好扮美生活的?请以Hobbies make my life colorful
1. What do you think of the soccer game?
2. How often do you surf the Internet?
3. Would you like to go swimming with me this weekend?
4. Which do you prefer, tea or coffee?
5. Jim broke his leg yesterday, so he can’t go swimming with us.
6. M： Did you go to see the new movie last night?
W： Yes, I did. But I fell asleep in the middle of the film. It was really a waste of
Q： What did she think of the new movie?
7. M: Where do you work, Ms Green?
W: I work at home.
M: At home? Are you a housewife?
W: No, I write stories for magazines.
Q: What is Ms Green?
8. W: Wasn’t that a great talent show?
W: Who did you think was the best act?
M: I thought Lisa was the best. She is an excellent dancer.
Q: What does Lisa do?
9. M: Lily, I was invited to dinner, but I don’t know what to take.
W: Hmmm, if I were you, I’d take some flowers instead of a CD.
M: Good idea.
Q: What will the boy take to dinner?
10. W: Well, Mike. Why are you so nervous?
M: I was asked to meet my new boss. He may offer me a job.
Q: Does Mike want to have his job?
11. Don’t use mobile phones in class, or the teacher will take them away.
12. The trendiest kind of pet these days is the pot-bellied pig.
13. You can see Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and many other famous Disney
characters walking around Disneyland.
14. Why not get her some flowers? She likes them very much.
15. Dolphins are very cute animals. They can help people in many ways.
W: Seat 14A is right here, sir. You may take your seat. I will put your bag in the compartment above.
M: Thank you, miss. You serve supper on this plane, don’t you?
W: Yes, sir. I’ll bring you a menu shortly after we take off.
M: That would be nice. By the way, how long does this flight last?
W: It will last three hours. We’ll take off at 6 o’clock.
M: Great! I’ll be home in Chicago at 9.
M: A table for three, please.
W: All right. How about that one by the window?
M: Thank you. It’s fine.
W: May I take your order now, sir?
M: We’d like some of your local specials.
W: Our restaurant is famous for the seafood.
M: How about fish soup?
W: Salad is our special too.
M: Great. We’ll take it.
W: What would you like to drink?
M: Two bottles of beer and a coke.
W: Wait for a moment, please.
Mrs Brown’s grandfather lived with her and her husband. Every morning the grandfather went for a walk in the park nearby and came home at half past twelve for his lunch. But one morning, a police-car stopped outside Mrs Brown’s house at twelve. And two policemen helped grandfather Brown to get out. One of them said to Mrs Brown, “The poor old man lost his way in the park and phoned us for help. So we sent a car to bring him home.” Mrs Brown was very surprised. But she thanked the policemen and they left. “But grandfather, “ she then said, “You’ve been to the park nearly every day for twenty years. How did you lose your way there?” The old man smiled, closed one eye and said, “I didn’t quite lose my way. I just got tired and didn’t want to walk home.