第Ⅰ卷 （选择题 80分）
1. A. Sorry, I don’t agree.
B. Thank you. I can take care of myself. C. Yes, I think so.
2. A. So she does, she found her purse. B. His wife got a cancer.
C. So she does, her husband has got a cancer. 3. A. It’s only 3 yuan. 4. A. OK.
B. That’s too personal. B. Yes, he could.
C. Today is Monday.
C. It doesn’t matter.
5. A. He came back two days ago. B. He’ll come back from Beijing.
C. He’ll come back next week. （二）录音中有五组对话和五个问题，每组对话和问题听两遍后，从每小题A、B、C三个选项中选出能回答每个问题的正确答案。 6. A. Tom’s.
B. Linda’s. B. Never.
C. Yes, but only to Tokyo. C. English songs.
C.＄36. C. Three hours.
7. A. Yes, several times. 8. A. English books. 9. A. ＄3.
B. English movies. B.＄33.
10. A. One hour. B. Two hours.
11. A. At home. 12. A. Friday.
B. In the classroom. B. Saturday.
C. Outside the school gate. C. Sunday.
13. A. Go shopping. 14. A. A football. 15. A. Music.
B. Go to school together. B. An album. B. Sports.
C. Go to Australia. C. A watch. C. An album.
16. A. Her summer plan. 17. A. Clothes and pens.
B. Her winter plan. B. Fruits and books. B. To draw better. B. Visit her friend.
C. Her summer trip. C. Clothes and books. C. To look beautiful. C. Move to the mountains. C. Quiet and beautiful.
18. A. To spend more money. 19. A. Visit her cousin.
20. A. Quiet and exciting. B. Quick and beautiful.
21. Don’t wear jeans in the PE class, the teacher will ask you to leave.
22. He realized he by playing the guitar.
A. can’t make money C. couldn’t make a life
B. could make a living D. will make life difficult
23. Don’t laugh at people who are yourselves.
A. as lucky as
B. not as luck as D. not as luckily as
C. not as lucky as
24. Look! Celia’s skirt is , so she’d better buy a new one.
A. out of style
D. in style
25. – Would you mind watering the flowers for me?
– . I have to go to the post office.
A. Not at all
B. Never mind
C. No problem
D. Sorry, I can’t 26. There is water in the glass. Peter, could you please go and get some for us? A. few B. little C. a few D. a lot
27. In the USA, some people ask their families and friends to give money to charity rather
than them gift.
A. buy B. buying C. to buy s D. bought 28. – Why not make a smoothie? – OK, I’ll do it A. right away B. just now C. last week D. at the moment 29. This film is very in it. A. interesting, interesting
C. interesting, interested B. interested, interested D. interested, interesting
30. If I free on my next day off, I to Boston for a trip. A. am, go B. will be, will go C. will be, go D. am, will go 31. My glasses is broken, I want to buy a new A. ones B. one C. it D. pair 32. – Ah, there are so many books in the room. Can I have a look at some, please? –
A. Thank you. B. Why not? C. That’s wrong. D. Great. 33. the kids were talking and laughing, their teacher came into the classroom. A. While B. After C. As soon as D. When 34. – Shall we meet on Saturday or Sunday? – day is OK. A. Any B. Each C. Either D. Both 35. – What are you going to give your mother for her birthday, Lucy?
– I’m not sure. But I’ll buy her .
A. something special
C. special something
B. any thing special D. special any thing 36. – Oh, there are so many people.
– Well, we should to get on the bus. A. cut in line
B. wait in line
C. keep down
D. care for
37. An child likes keeping pets very much
A. 8 years old
C. 11 year-old
38. Jim borrowed some story-books sports the school library yesterday.
A. about, from
B. about, to
C. of, from
D. of, in
39. Nobody knows in a hundred years.
A. what man looks like
B. what will man look like D. what man will look like
C. man will look like what
40. – Do you mind if I sit here?
– ’s for Mr. Brown
A. Not at all
B. Never mind
C. Better not
D. Of course not
46. A. maybe 47. A. happy 48. A. angry 49. A. another 50. A. or
B. perhaps B. happily B. busy
D. may be D. happier D. happy D. one D. yet
C. unhappy C. sorry
B. the same B. and
C. different C. but
If someone asks me, ―Do you like music?‖, I’m sure I’ll answer him or her, ―Of course, I do.‖
because I think music is an important part of our life.
Different people have different ideas about music. For me, I like rock music because it’s very
exciting. And my favorite rock band, the ―Foxy Ladies（酷妹）, is one of the most famous rock bands in the world. I also like pop music. My classmate Li Lan loves dances because she dances often herself. My best friend, Jane, likes Jazz music（爵士乐）. She thinks Jazz is really cool.
But my mother thinks rock is boring. ―I like some relaxing music,‖ she says. That’s why she
likes country music, I think.
51. The writer likes music because he thinks
A. it’s an exciting part of our life
B. it’s an amazing part of our life D. it’s an interesting part of our life
C. it’s an important part of our life
52. What kind of music does the writer like?
A. Rock and pop music.
B. Rock and dance music. D. Country music and rock.
C. Jazz and country music.
53. Who likes dancing?
A. The writer.
B. Li Lan. C. Jane. D. The writer’s mother.
54. The writer’s mother thinks that country music is .
55. How many people’s ideas about music are talked about in the passage?
Some British people like to have dinner parties at home. Sometimes they call up their friends, sometimes they send cards to invite friends to the party.
Dinner parties usually start at about seven p.m. and end before eleven. If you accept the invitation, what should you do? First of all, ask the hosts what time you should arrive. Then you’d better dress up and bring flowers, chocolate or a bottle of wine as a gift.
Usually dinners start with drinks and snacks, then soup, meat or fish with vegetables, and the dessert followed by coffee. It’s polite to finish everything on your plate and take more if you want. During the dinner, the host or their children usually play the piano. You can sing the songs or dance with your partner. Also, you may have a friendly talk with the other guests.
Call your hosts the next day, or write a short ―thank you‖ letter to express your thanks. Tell them how delicious the meal was and how much enjoyed the evening. British people like to say ―thank you‖ all the time.
56. How long does a dinner party usually last? A. Two hours. B. Three hours. C. Four hours. D. Five hours. 57. If you want to go to the party, you should ask . A. when to arrive B. dress up C. bring a gift D. A, B and C 58. If you want to be a polite guest, you should . A. finish eating something on your plate
C. talk loudly with others while eating B. finish everything on your plate D. sing the songs happily
59. What can you do during the dinner party? A. Play the piano.
B. Cook the dinner. D. Sing songs or dance with the partner. C. Say ―Thank you‖ to you partner.
60. What’s the main idea of the passage? A. It tells us something about the English dinner party and how to be a polite guest.
B. It tells us what gift we should get for the party.
C. It tells us what we can do at the party.
D. It tells us that British people like to say ―thank you‖ all the time.
Are you the only child in your family? If so, you are the most important in your family.
Parents are the closest(亲密的) people to you in the world. But a lot of middle school student have a problem. They feel they’re not as close to their parents as before. They even don’t think parents are fair(公平的) to them. Some students complain that their parent often say a lot to them，but never listen to them. Some say their parents don’t allow them to play computer games when other classmates are doing that. Others say when they’re making phone calls to friends, their parents like to ask if they are speaking to a boy or a girl. These make them very unhappy. Some students even decide to leave home because they’re afraid to tell their parents when they have done something wrong, especially when they do badly in exams. Then they usually think running away is the only choice(选择). But they don’t know running away may bring them more problems. Problems are parts of life. Here are some advice for you to solve your problems.
＊1. Find a good chance to talk with your parents. Don’t be afraid of telling them your feelings. ＊2. Get help from others like good friends or teachers.
＊3. Keep a diary to help you understand more about yourself and your feelings.
＊4. Show your parents you’re growing up. Then they’ll fell you’re no longer a small child. If you follow the advice, you’ll have a happy life and never think of running away.
61. According to the article, are the closest people to an only child.
A. teachers B. parents C. classmates D. grandparents
62. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. Parents don’t love their children now. B. Middle school students don’t have any problems.
C. Some students don’t think their parents are fair to them.
D. Finding a good chance to talk with parents is not useful at all.
63. We’d better if we have problems with them.
A. talk with our parents
C. leave our parents B. quarrel with our parents D. keep quiet 64. Why does the author advice us to keep a diary?
A. Because it’s our homework.
B. Because it can help practice writing.
C. Because it can help us understand ourselves better.
D. Because it will bring us success.
65. This article is about some middle school students’ A. friends B. hobbies
Dear Mr. and Mrs. King,
Welcome to our neighborhood. I’m very glad that you and your family become our C. parents D. problems neighbors. However, I am sorry to say you have brought some trouble to us. Mr. King, would you please not play the drum late into the night? We can’t fall asleep until you stop it. Mrs. King, you early morning? And your son Peter is playing with balls at home all day. Would you please ask him not to play there? There is a big playground in front of our building. What more, your daughter Emma plays music too loud. She makes so much noise. My little baby starts to cry as soon as Emma plays the crazy music. Thank you for your understanding!
Yours, Ellen 66. From the letter, we know that there are people in Peter’s family. A. three B. four C. five D. six 67. Which of the following is not the reason that the writer complains? A. Mr. King plays the drum late into the night.
B. Emma plays music too loud.
C. The bird sings too loud in the early morning.
D. Peter plays with balls at home all day.
68. The underlined word ―energetic‖ in the passage means ―. A. 精力充沛的 B. 活泼的 C. 令人厌烦的 D. 疯狂的 69. Who sings loud in the early morning? A. Mr. King. B. Mrs. King. C. Emma. D. The early bird.
70. What’s the purpose of the letter?
A. To know more about the new neighbor.
B. To make friends with the new neighbor.
C. To ask the new neighbor for help.
D. To tell the new neighbor not to make noise anymore.
第Ⅱ卷 （非选择题 共70分）
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5. The children didn’t have to go to school during the winter vacation. They all enjoyed
me fifty yuan.
7. More and more people in China have (person) computers at home.
8. It’s too dark to see (clear). Why not turn on the light?
9. Many (foreign) will come to China for the 29 Olympic in August, 2008.
10. Watch the sign. It says, ―No (smoke)‖.
11. What (happen) to you last night?
12. He traveled in several (Europe) countries last summer.
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Working mothers usually don’t have play with their children.
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To: Aggie@yahoo. Com Subject: Help
I’m having a problem with my classmate, Rena(瑞娜), at school. The other day I wrote an e-mail to another classmate, Beth. In the e-mail I said something about Rena that perhaps wasn’t very
Beth is unhappy as well. She said sorry to me, but I feel sad, because I won’t want to lose our friendship. How can I get her to forgive (原谅)me? What should I do?
1. When did Mike write this e-mail?
2. What did she say about Rena in the e-mail to Beth?
Mike Rena unhappy and he felt very so he asked Aggie for .
born. Her weather is very particular and it’s from China’s. When it’s summer in Australia, it’ in China. We’re interested in surfing(冲浪of people of collecting globes. I have been c them. My telephone number is 6093278.
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6. hobby 7. collecting 8. have 9. tell 10. buy
At first, please give my best wishes to your mother next Monday.
Then, I’d like to give you some suggestions. From your letter, I know your mother doesn’t like animals, but she likes to take exercise. So I think you could get a pair of tennis rackets. I think she will have fun with your family. If you don’t think it’s creative enough, you can get her a beautiful hat. She will feel happy, because that can make her look younger and more beautiful.
1. Be careful when you are out.
2. Mrs. White looks sad this week.
3. Why not get her a scarf?
4. Could you tell him to call me when he comes back?
5. When will your father come back?
6. M: May I borrow your bicycle, Linda?
W: Sorry, Tom. My bicycle is broken. You may use Lily’s or Lucy’s.
Q: Whose bicycle is broken?
7. M: Have you ever been to London?
W: Yes, but only once.
M: And Tokyo?
W: Never, though I have been to Japan several times.
Q: Has the women ever been to Japan?
8. M: Do you like to watch English movies?
W: No, I don’t. But I like English songs. How about you?
M: I like both of them.
Q: What do the two people both like?
9. W: The hat looks beautiful.
M: Yes. It’s at a good price, only three dollars. and the dress is nice, too, only thirty-three dollars..
Q: How much will the woman pay for the hat and the dress?
10. M: How long have you been swimming?
W: Since nine thirty. What’s the time now?
M: It’s ten thirty.
Q: How long has he been swimming?
M: Tomorrow is Saturday. What are you going to do?
W: Nothing much. What about you?
M: I’m going to do some shopping. Would you like to go with me?
W: OK. What are you going to buy?
M: I haven’t decided yet. What do you think is the best gift for an Australian girl? W: What about a watch?
M: No, it’s too expensive.
W: Does she like sports?
M: No, she doesn’t.
W: What about music?
M: Yes, she likes it very much.
W: Why don’t you get her a new song album?
M: That’s great. Thank you.
W: When and where shall we meet?
M: How about here----outside the school gate tomorrow morning?
W: OK. See you tomorrow.
M: See you.
11. Where are they talking?
12. What day is it today?
13. What are they going to do?
14. What are they going to buy for the foreign girl？
15. What doesn’t the foreign girl like?
Susan is thinking about what she’s going to do this summer. Maybe she’ll get a job. If she gets a job, she will have enough money to buy some new things. Maybe she’ll buy some new clothes first. All girls like beautiful clothes. Then she will buy some books. She can also use the money to pay for art lessons. She can draw pictures well, but she would like to draw better.
If she doesn’t get a job this summer, she will visit her cousin in a village. They will climb mountains every day. They will play with all kinds of birds and animals and enjoy the quiet, beautiful life in the mountains.
16. What’s Susan thinking about?
17. What will she buy if she gets a job?
18. Why does Susan want to go to art lessons?
19. What will Susan do if she doesn’t get a job?
20. What does Susan think of the life in the mountains?
W: Tom, how long have you been using the computer?
M: For four years.
W: Do you know much about the computer?
M: Yeah. It is used for all sorts of things now. And I use it to send e-mail. I learn English on the Internet. And I can listen to music that I like.
W: Yes, it is widely used because it is very convenient and useful, whether in our studies or at work, even in our daily life.
M: It sounds like you also know so much about it! Are you interested in it, Mary?
W: Yes, I’m very interested.
M: How long have you been interested in the computer?
W: I think I got interested in it when I was eight years old.
M: Exactly how many years have you been using them?
W: About five years.
M: What sort of things do you usually do with your computer?
W: Well. I use my computer to get information from the Internet. Sometimes, I also play games to relax myself.