一、听对话，从下面所给的ABC三幅图片中选择与对话内容相符的图片。每段对话读两遍。（共4分，每 小 题 1分）
5. How often does Yu Yuan exercise?
A. Every day. B. Twice a week. C. Three or four times a week.
6. What does Yu Yuan think is important?
A. To have good eating habits.
B. To eat junk food.
C. To sleep three or four time a week.
7. How far is it?
A. One kilometer. B. Two kilometers.
C. Three kilometers. C. 4:00p.m. 8. When are they going to leave? A. 3:00p.m. B. 3:30p.m.
9. How long is Peter staying in Australia?
A. For two months. B. Till December. C. Till September.
C. In the city. 10. Where do Peter?s grandparents live? A. By the seaside. B. In the countryside.
11. What does the woman care about?
A. She is worried about her husband will spend too much time away from home.
B. She is afraid her husband will become a fitness trainer.
C. She is worried about her husband?s health.
12. What does the woman advise about the man?s diet?
A. He should have less salt.
B. He should eat less fatty food.
C. He should eat more meat.
13. What can we infer from the conversation?
A. The man often watches TV till midnight.
B. The man is much stronger than before.
C. The man is on the basketball team.
14. What?s the passage talking about?
A. The ways of finding outdoor activities.
B. The indoor activities people do in bad weather.
C. The entertainment information from a newspaper.
15. Why is it necessary to read movie reviews before buying a ticket for a film?
A. Because Now Yorkers like reading very much.
B. Because movies in New York aren?t cheap.
C. Because people in New York don?t want to pay for the movies.
16. Which of the following is also a good choice in bad weather?
A. Going to museums.
B. Going to Street Fairs.
C. Going to concerts.
21. Good food, enough sleep and exercise help _______ to study better.
A. mine B. I C. my D. me
22. On Sundays, I often _________my parents with some housework.
A. help B. is helping C. helped D. will help
23. —_______does your mother shop?
—Twice a week.
A. How long B. How soon C. How many D. How often
24. —I?ve got a _________.
—I?m sorry to hear that. You should go to see a dentist.
A. headache B. toothache C. stomachache D. a fever
25. I feel ________ and I want to have a cup of tea.
A. angry B. sick C. thirsty D. weak
26. This winter vacation I want to do _________. I plan to go to Shanghai.
A. anything different
C. different anything B. different something D. something different
27. —How do you often get to school?
—_____ bike. It?s not far from here.
A. On B. By C. In D. With
28. It ______ him ten minutes to walk to school every day.
A. takes B. spends C. costs D. pays
29. Our school is ___________ now than several years ago.
A. beautiful B. more beautiful C. most beautiful D. the most beautiful
30. —Can you catch what the teacher said in the English class?
—Sorry, I can ______ understand it.
A. hardly B. almost C. nearly D. never
D. to read
D. while 31. After he finished ______ the exciting story, he talked about it on and on with his friends. A. reads B. read A. though B. until C. reading 32. We won?t start the meeting ______ our teacher arrives. C. because
33. —Can you come over to my house tomorrow evening?
—_______. I have to study for a math test.
A. Yes, I can B. No, I can?t C. Yes, I?d love to D. Sorry, I can?t
34. —_________ you make a cake by yourself?
—No, I can?t.
A. Must B. May C. Can D. Should
35. —What is Jack doing for vacation?
—He ________ time with his family.
A. is spending B. spent C. will spend D. spends
When I was young, my parents ran a snack bar in our small town.
One evening in early April, my mother told me to fill in（顶替）at the snack bar a worker who was ill. I told her I would mess it up, I had never worked at the bar before. I that instead of making money, I would end up owing it.
“You can do it,”said my mother, “there won?t be too many people before lunch.”
“But I?ll never remember the orders, and I?m no good with money. Please, Mom, don?t
“Then I?ll help you,” she said.
I shrugged my shoulders. I thought my mother?s was a bad one, but I obeyed. When I got to the bar the next day, I found my mother was worried. Because the weather that day was rainy and cold, people wanted hot snacks and drinks. the orders and making change. The line of people grew, and everybody seemed , I was so nervous that my hands shook, and I broke a cup into pieces. What a mess! Then my mother came to help me, and she also showed me how to make that cost $ 3.25, I handed over three quarters and a dollar and said, “75 cents makes four dollars, plus one dollar makes five.” Things went more after that.
By the end of the day, I could remember orders, the bill, and make change quickly with a smile. I was even a little disappointed when the sun came out and dried up business. My mother said she was proud of me, and when she suggested that I work at the snack bar again next year, I did not even shrug. I was too busy the restaurant I would open one day. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45 46. 47.
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B. for B. though B. noticed B. However B. make B. bar B. At last B. impolite B. lunch B. fairly B. add up B. preparing
C. after C. until C. worried C. Besides C. frighten C. day C. At most C. pleased C. change C. simply C. take over C. examining
D. over D. while D. hoped D. Yet D. fool D. answer D. At first D. surprised D. coffee D. smoothly D. count out D. imagining
Sam is busy after school. He usually writes down what he is going to do in the following 4
48. Sam will see a film on the afternoon of __________.
A. July13 B. July 14 C. July 15 D. July 16 49. Sam will __________ on July 18.
A. go shopping B. go to the Football club C. go to the library D. visit History Museum 50. Sam spends more time in __________ than any other activities. A. learning Chinese B. playing the piano C. visiting museums D. playing football
Do you often use your car? Can you use your car less often? Do you know the following facts in the UK?
? About 50% of all car journeys are just for fun. ? Over 80% people go to work by car. ? 25% car journeys are under two miles. ? 70% car journeys are under five miles. WALKING & CYCLING
Instead of using the car for short journeys, why not walk or ride a bicycle? Walking is a most popular form of exercise—it?s healthy and it can save you money. If you work nearby, try walking or cycling instead of driving. Walking your children to school gives them valuable road experience. BUSES
Bus companies are using new buses: some run on new fuels which produce less pollution; some have easier way for disabled and old people. There are special traffic lanes（行车道）to make bus journeys easier and more reliable. So do something to help solve the pollution problem—let the bus take you to work and your children to school.
All car journeys, long or short, can be hard work. For some trips it is wiser to take the train. Leave your car at home and walk, cycle or take a bus to and from the station. Train travel is fast, safe and comfortable. Train tickets are not always expensive; some are can be made quite cheaper.
51. How many of car journeys are used under two miles in the UK?
A. 25%. B. About 50%.
C. 70%. D. Over 80%. 52. The writer believes that ________ can give children valuable road experience. A. taking new fuel buses
C. walking to school
A. Quick and tiring. B. travelling by train D. having car journeys for fun B. Fun and popular.
D. Fast and comfortable.
（C） 53. What does the writer think of travelling by train? C. Healthy and exciting.
You don?t need to speak French to understand the Parisians. You just need to know how to make gestures. A new guide（指南）has come out by French tourism officials, which is to help foreign visitors understand Parisians with a list of commonly used gestures like “shut up”. “If you use them the next time when you?re in Paris, people will start mistaking you for a native in no time,” says the online guide at www. cestsoparis. com.
Some of the city?s rude native people in Paris have been a headache for the tourism authorities（旅游当局）for a long time. They have tried their best to ask Parisians to be more friendly to foreign visitors. They have decided to show visitors commonly used gestures by Parisians at www.cestsoparis.com. Visitors can learn and get help from there.
The website includes the common gestures such as “Bof” and “Camembert”. “Bof” is used to mean “I don?t know” or “I disagree”, and “Camembert” is to tell someone to shut up.
And it also includes a note, which warns visitors not to use the gestures too freely.
Otherwise, they may see some even ruder Parisian expressions.
54. The gesture “Camembert” in the website means.
A. I don?t know B. I disagree C. Don?t speak D. Don?t make gestures
55. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Some native Parisians are rude to foreign visitors.
B. The new guide is mainly for foreign tourists.
C. You?ll be regarded as a native if you use the gestures at www.cestsoparis.com.
D. You can use the gestures in Paris like native people.
56. What?s the purpose of the writer?
A. To help foreign visitors to learn and get help from people in Paris.
B. To help foreign visitors understand Parisians.
C. To help foreign people know how to make gestures in Paris.
D. To tell people the importance of being friendly to foreigner visitors.
“I didn?t hear them call my name,” explained Shelley Hennig to Active Teens（AT）as she talked about that exciting moment on national television when she won the honor of Miss Teen USA 2004. “Are you ready?” is what she heard. Then she said, “I shook my head no, and then they said ?yes? and it was announced again.”
It was four days after that life changing moment for the seventeen-year-old high school student from Destrehan, Louisiana— “I was so shocked! I never believed that it could actually really happen.” Present in the audience（观众）that day were: her mother and father, older brother, her friends, and her dance teacher.
Understanding why members of her family and her friends would be there, AT asked why her dance teacher had traveled so far to see her compete（比赛）. “She?s always been my role model. I?ve danced with her since I was six. She?s been through so many difficulties. I?ve learned to get over bad life?s experiences and learned how to move on because of her.”
One of those bad life?s experiences for Shelley happened three years ago when her brother Brad was killed in a drunk driving accident. He was 18. She found writing helped her get through the rough days. She said, “I write a lot about my brother. I write a lot, a lot, a lot...”
As Miss Louisiana Teen, she traveled around the state speaking to teens（青少年）about the dangers of drinking and driving. In her role as Miss Teen USA, Shelley will continue to speak to youth about safe driving, in addition to many other things to help the youth.
When AT asked Miss Teen USA if she had any advice for our readers, she said, “Don?t let anyone change you. Hang out with people that make you feel good about yourself. That way, it is easy to be yourself.” A. frightened B. troubled C. very happy D. very angry
58. Shelley takes her dance teacher as a role model mainly because she is_____.
A. determined B. friendly C. strict D. experienced
59. What did Shelley often do after she became Miss Louisiana Teen?
A. She visited drunken drivers.
B. She gave dance performances.
C. She made speeches on safe driving.
D. She helped other teens with their studies.
60. What suggestion does Shelley give to the teens?
A. Meet friends whenever possible.
C. Go easy on yourself and others.
7 B. Be yourself with the support of friends. D. Have a good role model.
Thank you for your last letter. in some ways we look different. sports, although Liu Ying is more athletic than I think I?m smarter than her. My favorite subjects are physics and chemistry, and her favorite subject is P.E. （B）
Parents are the closest people to you in the world. They love you just because you are their child. Like many middle school students, Zhuang Shuxia has a problem. She and her parents don?t get well. She said, “I really want to be my Daddy?s little girl. He talks at me and doesn?t listen to me.”
Do you and your parents also have the problem like this?
May 15 is the International Day of Families. People around the world give thanks for good things about their families and work on Family problems. Why don?t you all take a walk and have a talk on that day?
A report last year showed that among 2000 Beijing families, about 1500 students had the same problem as Zhuang. The children, 12 to 15 years old, didn?t like talking with their parents much. They weren?t happy at home.
But you and your parents will be much happier if you can be friends. Here are some ways to have a good talk with them.
Find a good time to talk, for example, when you?re eating dinner, going out for a walk or watching TV.
Tell them something you?re interested in, or ask them about their lives when they were young.
Now and then we all get ill. Then we usually go to see a doctor. Doctor knows a lot about what makes us ill. They may give us something to take. The medicine often makes us well again. But sometimes the doctor's medicine doesn't work. A sick person does not get well. The pain will not go away. This happened to one man. He was in hospital, but he was not getting well. Then
he found a new "doctor" inside himself. This "doctor" was his own sense of humor. He saw funny films. He read funny books. And something wonderful happened. Laughing took away his pain. Then he was able to sleep and rest. His own happy feeling helped him to feel well again. He said laughing was his best "medicine”. His doctor thought so, too.
Another man was ill, and he had a terrible pain in his back. The doctors could not stop it from hurting. So the man began to "picture” his pain. In his head” drew" a picture of a dog. He imagined it as a real dog. And he made friends with the dog. And his pain went away!
These stories may surprise you. But more and more people are getting well in this way. So visit the "doctor" inside your own head and you can stay happy and well.
69. Does doctor know a lot about what makes us ill?
70. What was the first man?s best medicine?
71. Where did the second man have a terrible pain?
72. How can you stay happy and well?
73. What is the passage mainly about?
Drinking milk ___________________ my health.
—_________________________ with you? —I have a cold.
It?s _______________________________a balanced diet.
Please ____________________________from HongKong.
Tom is never quiet! He _________________________ with other people.
I have read your letter. ______
___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________
二、5-9 CAAAC 10-14 BCBAC 15-16 BA
七、（A）61-64 DAEC （B）65-68 BCED
八、69. Yes, he does./Yes.
71. In his back.
72. We can visit the “doctor” inside our own head.
73. How to get well when the doctor?s medicine doesn?t work.
九、74. is good for
75. What?s wrong / What?s the matter
76. important to have
77. send me a postcard / send a postcard to me
78. always keeps talking / always can?t stop talking
1. What do you usually do on weekends?
I usually exercise.
2. What?s the matter, David?
I have a stomachache.
3. What are you doing for vacation, Sharon?
I am visiting my grandmother.
11 18. 7:45 19. black 20. policeman 26-30 DBABA 41-45 ADACD 31-35 CBDCA 46-47 BD
4. How do you get to school?
I take the train.
W: Hi, Yang Ming. Good morning.
M: Good morning, Yu Yuan. Do you run every morning?
W: No, I exercise three or four times a week. What about you?
M: I take walks every day. It helps me to study better.
W: Yeah, I agree. And I think it?s important to have good eating habits.
M: So do I. you know, I eat fruit and drink milk every day. I never eat junk food like coffee and chips.
W: You?re right. We should eat vegetables every day.
M: So you see, we look after our health. We have a healthy lifestyle.
M: Hi! Where are you going this afternoon?
W: I?m going to the park with my classmates.
M: How far is it?
W: About one kilometer.
M: How are you going there?
W: By bus. Would you like to go with us?
M: Why not? When are we going to leave?
W: What about four o?clock?
M: Shall we make it a little earlier?
W: Let?s make it at three.
W: Let?s meet outside the school gate.
M: See you this afternoon.
W: See you.
W: The summer vacation is coming. What are your plans, Peter?
M: I?m going back to Australia, Betty.
W: Well, Australia is a good place to relax. You can go swimming or go surfing in the sea. M: Oh, no. it?s winter in Australia.
W: Sorry, I forgot that. How long are you staying?
M: I?m staying until September.
W: What are you doing then?
M: I?m planning to visit my grandparents. They live in the countryside.
W: Give my best wishes to them.
M: Thank you. What about you, Betty?
W: I have to stay at home and go to my piano and art lessons.
M: You can?t go traveling during vacation. It?s really a pity.
Man: Honey, the basketball game is about to start. Could you bring some chips and a bowl of ice cream? And …uh…a slice of pizza from the fridge.
Woman: Anything else?
Man: Nothing, that?s all for now. Hey, honey, you know, they?re organizing a company basketball team, and I?m thinking about joining. What do you think?
Man: “Humph?” What do you mean by “Humph”? I was the star player in high school.
Woman: Yeah, twenty-five year ago. Look, I just don?t want you to have a heart attack running up and down the court.
Man: So, what are you suggesting? Should I just abandon（give up）the idea? I?m not that out of shape（in poor physical condition）.
Woman: Well… you ought to at least have a physical before you begin. I mean, it has been at least five years since you played at all.
Man: Well, okay, but…
Woman: And you need to watch your diet and cut back on the fatty foods, like ice cream. And you should try eating more fresh fruits and vegetables.
Man: Yeah, you?re probably right.
Woman: And you should take up a little weight training to strengthen your muscles or perhaps try cycling to build up your body. Oh, and you need to go to bed early instead of watching TV half the night.
Man: Hey, you?re starting to sound like my personal fitness instructor!
Woman: No, I just love you, and I want you to be around for a long, long time.
There is plenty of entertainment on Sunday in New York. If the weather is bad, you may turn to the Entertainment Section of a newspaper to see what movies are on. Sunday afternoon is a good time for seeing a film, but movies are rather expensive in New York, so making a good choice may take time and care. Read the movie review to discover what the others think and say. No one wants to make an expensive mistake, nor does anyone want to stand in line a long time which is very possible if the movie is new and gets good review. If you?re not sure that there is a movie interesting enough for you, look at the museums listing to see what exhibitions are on in the town. Some museums are free, others are not.
But if the weather is good, you might read through the section which lists outdoor activities. Almost every Sunday in the springtime some neighborhoods would get permission from the Police Department to close off the street for “street fairs”. There will be food for sale made by local people or restaurants, handicrafts sale and music provided by a local band （often high school kids） and perhaps dancing. If the fair is in Chinatown, you can expect to find egg rolls, music played on the erhu and dragon dances.
Policeman: What?s your name, please?
Helen: My name is Helen, H-E-L-E-N, Helen.
Policeman: When did the accident happen?
Helen: On Tuesday, that was April 21.
Policeman: And what time?
Helen: About a quarter to eight in the morning.
Policeman: Where were you at that time?
Helen: I was on my way to the office. I remembered the accident happened when I was walking down Wenxing Street.
Policeman: Can you describe what you saw when the accident happened？
Helen: Yes. I saw a black car was driving too fast and knocked down an old woman who was crossing the street. And the driver did not stop and drove away as fast as possible. I had wanted to write down the number of the car. But it soon disappeared. The poor woman was lying on the street and she could not move, with a lot of blood on the ground.
Policeman: What did you do then?
Helen: I called 120 at once. After that the woman was taken to the hospital and soon you came.
Policeman: Thank you.