英 语 试 题
1． increase of _____ population is big problem of the country.
A．The; /; 不填 B．The; /; a C．An; the; the D．An; the; 不填
2．I have about 1,500 stamps from all over the world. Jim gives American _____ and I get British _____ from Mary.A. stamp, stamp B. one, one C. ones, ones D. stamps, ones3．— I hear Daming has gone to Hainan Island for his holiday.
— Oh, how nice! Do you know when he ?
A．was leaving B．had left C．has left D．left
4．— Would you like some more tea?
— , please.
A．No more B．Just a little C. I’ve had enough D．Yes, I would
5．— Lucy doesn’t mind lending you her dictionary.
— She . I’ve already borrowed one.
A. The question is
C. It’s a fact of B. Everyone C. Someone B. They are D. It’s just a matter of being D. None 7．Anyone can take good photos. ______ in the right place at the right time. B．mustn’t C．shouldn’t D．can’t 6．—How many students have seen the new film in your class?
8．That night I stayed with my grandparents at home in the countryside. But the little dog really _______ me，so I couldn’t sleep well.
A. looks at
A. above, through B. got to B. looks through B. over, across C. encouraged C. reads about C. over, through D. liked D. prints D. above, across 9．Although his father is quite busy, he the newspapers when he eats breakfast. 10．A plane is flying the city and a river flows the city.
11．When he moved to Germany in .
A. the sixties, his fifties B. the sixties, the fifties
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C. his sixties, the fifties
A. a half as small D. his sixties, his fifties C. as half small D. as small half 12．This apple is as that one. B. half as small
13．—Jack hasn’t been to the Science Museum, has he?
— . He wrote a diary after visiting it.
A. No, he hasn’t. B. No, he has C. Yes, he has D. Yes, he hasn’t
14．— I am sorry to tell you that you shouldn’t smoke here. Please look at the sign.
—Oh. I am sorry. I ______it.
A. don’t notice
— A. that; guess so B. why; think that C. if; realize that D. when; so know
16．—Good morning. How can I help you?
— —Single or return?
A. Tell me where you live.
C. Can you please tell me how much it is?
A. cooking; living B. Show me your ticket. D. Can I help you? D. where D. made; seen B. didn’t notice C. won’t notice D. was noticed 15．—17．He is either swimming or boating. I don’t know ______. B. when C. what B. served; caught C. sold; finding 18．Help yourself to some fish. The fish _____ in this restaurant are _____locally.
19．We won’t allow _______ in the cinema. But you are allowed _______ in the restroom.
A. smoking; smoking
C. smoking; to smoke
A. are B. is B. to smoke; to smoke D. to smoke; smoking C. was D. were 20．The rest of the students _______ not permitted to leave the classroom at that time.
One night I decided to spend some time building a happier and closer relationship with my daughter. For several weeks she had to play chess(棋) with her, so I suggested a game and she eagerly accepted. It was a school night, however, and at nine o’clock my daughter asked if I could my moves, because she needed to go to bed; she had to I thought she ought some of this strictness. I said to her, “, you can stay up late for once. We’re having We played on for another fifteen minutes, during which time she
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looked . Finally she said, “Please, Daddy, do it quickly.” “No,” I replied. “If you’re going to play it , you’re going to play it slowly.” And so we continued for another ten minutes, until Clearly I had I had started the evening wanting to have a time with my daughter but had allowed my desire to win to become than my relationship with my daughter. When I was a child, my desire to me well. As a 21. A. guiding
22. A. change
23. A. knew
24. A. so
25. A. put up
26. A. As usual
27. A. patience
28. A. excited
29. A. well
30. A. nervously
31. A. a mistake 32. A. free
33. A. important
34. A. offered
35. A. realized B. asking B. repeat B. for B. take up B. Go ahead B. luck B. proud C. training D. advising C. hurry D. pass C. but D. or C. pick up D. give up C. By the way D. Come on C. fun D. success C. anxious D. angry B. learned C. guessed D. heard B. again C. fairly D. regularly B. immediately C. strangely D. suddenly B.a decision C. an attempt D. an effort D. interesting B. different C. full D. happy B. attractive C. practical B. served C. controlled D. taught B. apologized C. imagined D. explained
The Guidance Department(教导处) at Berryville High School has a staff(员工) of eleven teachers. Most of their work is done with the students. But the staff sees a lot of parents, too.
“parents meetings make clear monthly diagram(图表),” says Mildred Foreman, head of
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the Guidance. “This diagram stays much the same from year to year. The busy months are October, March and May.”
September, the beginning of a new school year, starts rather slowly. Few parents come in. Most of them want to talk about the schedules(日程安排). October brings many problems caused by some students. Some parents are called in. Others come by themselves. Things quiet down in November. December is a quiet month. “It’s the holiday,” Ms Foreman says. “people want to come in, I know, but they decide to wait until after New Year’s Day.”
Report cards go home just before Christmas holidays. Bad marks bring parents in as school opens again. This happens again in March, another report card month. May is always the year’s busiest month. That’s when parents begin to think that their children may be asked to stay in the same grade again. They come in to see if anything can be done before things are decided in June.
36．The teachers in the Guidance Department usually ______.
A．do most of their work for the students
B．answer all the questions from parents
C．help other teachers get along with students and parents
D．only bring report cards to students and parents
37．In December parents usually _______.
A．stay at home with their children for their holidays
B．wait for the teachers to bring report cards to their children
C．wouldn’t like to visit the teachers in the Guidance Department
D．let teachers have a good rest during their holidays
38．In March, each of the teachers working in the Guidance Department has to meet about_______ parents.
A．55 B．35 C．15 D．5
39．Why do some parents come to school in March? Because__________.
A．they want to see their children’s teachers after Christmas holidays
B．they are called by the teachers of the Guidance Department
C．bad marks have them do it
D．it’s the beginning of a new school year
Animals, including insects, do not have a language like ours. They do not talk to each
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other in words and sentences. But if we watch them, we can see that they do have ways of communicating with each other.
Can you see the rabbit’s tail which is moving up and down? When rabbits see this white tail moving up and down , they run too. They know that there is danger. The rabbit has told them something without making a sound. It has done this by using its body language.
and makes itself look fierce. This warns other animals. When a bee has found some food, it goes back to its home. It cannot tell the other bees where the food is by speaking to them, but it does a little dance in the air. This tells the bees where the food is.
Some animals say things by making sounds. A dog barks, for example, when a stranger comes near. A cat purrs when pleased. Some birds make several different sounds, each with its own meaning. Sometimes we human beings speak in the same way. We make sounds like “Oh”or“Ah!”when we are frightened or pleased or when we drop something on our toes. But we have something that no animals have—a large number of words that have the meanings of things, actions, feelings or ideas. We are able to give each other all kinds of different information in words and sentences, which no other animals can do. No other animals have so wonderful a language as we have.
40. It can be learned from the text that _______.
A. animals do have a language like that of human beings
B. all animals have their own ways of communicating with each other
C. some animals say things by words as human beings do
D. animals know how to protect themselves
41. A rabbit uses its tail to _______.
A. warn other rabbits of danger
C. make itself look fierce B. tell other rabbits where food is D. help itself to run fast
42. What does the underlined phrase“this kind of language”refer to?
A. Moving up and down.
C. Body language. B. Making no sound. D. Doing a little dance.
43. Which of the following is not true according to the passage?
A. Animals don’t have a language like ours.
B. A cobra shows his anger by body language.
C. Some animals can make sounds.
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D. Man is unlucky because of their language.
Shanghai, a beautiful city during the day, becomes even more wonderful at night. At the end of the day, both the older part of the city around the Bund and the more modern buildings in Pudong are full of colourful bright lights. The buildings, both new and old, look completely different and very exciting.
If you look across the Huangpu River, you can see the brilliant Oriental Pearl TV Tower and the Jinmao Tower. Take a boat along the river and you can see the amazing night life on the Bund. There are more than 30 tour boats, including ancient dragon boats in the Ming and Qing styles and boats made in the Shikumen style. You will never forget this unusual sightseeing experience.
If you prefer walking in the streets, try the famous Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street. There are busy shops and cafes and you will see thousands of local people enjoying themselves. Most of the shops close at 10 pm. but at that time, tea houses are still open. In fact, some of them are open 24 hours a day. Karaoke bars and coffee houses are also popular nightlife places where you can meet friends and make new ones.
If you are in Shanghai for the first time, make sure you also visit Xintiandi, a very popular area where you can see buildings in Western and Chinese styles side by side. Most of the buildings are modern inside and contain galleries, fashion shops, restaurants and coffee houses. Open air bars are also popular here.
Xintiandi is a great place for young people, but it may be a little noisy for older visitors! A quieter place to visit is Park 97, near the west gate of Fuxing Park in Luwan District. Park 97 opened in 1997 and you can find clubs and international restaurants like Baci where you can get Italian food and Tokyo Joe’s a Japanese restaurant.
44. Shanghai looks great during the day and at night.
A. not as nice B. the same C. even better D. larger
45. Sightseeing is a wonderful way to see the city.
A. by boat B. in the cafes C. by taxi D. in the planes
46. The Nanjing Road is a pedestrian street, which means a street .
A. for people and bicycles
C. a famous street B. for people but no cars D. for rich people
47. There are in Fuxing Park.
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A. clubs and open air bars
C. big bookshops
D B. discos and sightseeing boats D. foreign restaurants
The Time Capsule(箱子) of Colorado Springs
In 1901, the citizens of Colorado Springs in the USA decided to collect every day items(物品) and to seal(密封) them in a steel box. The box was marked “To be opened after midnight, December 31st, AD 2000”, and was stored in the Colorado College library.
One hundred years later, on the appointed(约定的) day, 300 people gathered to watch the opening of the box. Many in the crowd were the descendants of people who had placed things inside the box.
When the box was opened after midnight, the contents were in very good condition. There were newspapers, photographs, diaries, name cards, family trees, books and dozens of letters, including one written by Theodore Roosevelt, who became the president of the USA later that year. One of Roosevelt’s friends lived in Colorado Springs at that time.
Many of the letters were addressed to their descendants. They describe the hopes that the people of 1901 had for the people of the next century. At that time, Colorado Springs had just a few thousand residents. Now nearly half a million people live there.
Colorado College Library has scanned the materials and put them on a website. Cecil Muller, whose grandfather had placed a collection of post-cards in the box, said that the time capsule was a great treasure. “This is a wonderful educational resource. We can learn so much about our history,” he said. “I never knew my grandfather, but now I feel very close to him.”
In April 2001, a committee filled the time capsule with items from modern Colorado Springs and resealed it for another hundred years.
48．According to the passage, the crowd who watched the opening of the time capsule
A．some people whose ancestors had put items in the box.
B．some people who had put items in the box.
C．the President of the USA.
D．Cecil Muller’s grandfather.
49．Many of the letters in the time capsule talked about
A．the history of the town
B．the people who lived in the town.
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C．the politics of the USA.
D．people’s hopes for the future.
50．Cecil Muller says that the time capsule
A．brings back his memories of his grandfather.
B．is worth a lot of money.
C．helps him to get to know his grandfather.
D．helps him to remember his younger days.
Reading for pleasure is the way to become a better reader in English. It’s also the most important way.
Some students say they don’t want to read for pleasure. They say they want to use their time to learn the rules of the language and new words. They say that pleasure reading is too easy.
Many experts say pleasure reading is very important for English. Dr, Stephen Krashen, a famous expert on learning languages, says that pleasure reading helps you learn many important things about English. Students learn more grammar and more words when they read for pleasure. They also learn about writing.
Dr Krashen tells us that pleasure reading helps each student in a different way. Each student needs to learn something different. Pleasure reading makes it for each student to learn what he or she needs. Reading for pleasure is not the same as studying. When you read for pleasure, you choose your own books, and you don’t have to remember everything. There are no tests on your pleasure reading books. Pleasure reading will help you as follows. ·learn how English use English .
·read faster in English
·find examples of good writing in English
·learn new words
·learn about the cultures of people speaking English
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How are you？Today I've got wonderful news tell you．
I have been offered a scholarship at a university in Australia for my
farther education．One hundred and twenty students took exams
for it，but only a few were chosen and I was one of them．However,
my parents are not happy about it．They are strong against me
going there．They say it is so far away that they will not see me
for a whole year and they are afraid of I will feel lonely．They
can't imagine a girl so young live alone．They advise me to study
in the capital instead．Then I'll be able to continue living with
them．How can I persuade them to accept the fact that I have grown up?
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1-5 BCDBA 6-10 DDABC 11-15 ABCBA 16-20 CABCD 21-25 BCACD 26-30 DCCAD 31-35 ADABA
36-40 AADCB 41-45 ACDCA 46-50 BDADC
51 easiest 52 learning 53 more 54 possible 55 speakers 56 news后加to 57 farther改为further 58 strong后加ly 59 去掉of或将其改为that 60 live改为living
Our class is going to have a farewell party on the morning of June 18. At 8:00, we’ll talk about “What are you going to be when you grow up?” After that we will discuss our plan for the summer holiday. From 9:00 to 10:10, we’ll sing, dance, put on short plays and enjoy ourselves. At 10:10, we are going to do some cleaning, repair the desks and chairs and give books to the pupils.
At 11:00, we’ll take photos, give each other telephone numbers and addresses, and give presents to the teachers. At 11:30, the party will be over.
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