听下面4个问题。每个问题后有三个答语，从题中所给A、B人三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每个问题后，你都有5秒钟的时间来作答和阅读下一小题。每个问题仅读一遍。 l.A．Goodbye. B．See you . C.Nice to meet you ,too.
2.A．Of course. B．Good idea . C．Not at all.
3.A．Yes，I’d love to. B．Yes，I do. C．Yes，I can．
4.A．I work in a bank. B．It’s pretty hard. C．I’d like to be a doctor .
5．Which festival are they talkng about？
A．Children’s Day．B．Teachers′Day．C．April Fool’s Day．
6．Who is on duty now？ X Kb1 .C om
A．John B．Alice C．The man.
7．When will the two speakers leave if they get cheaper tickets?
A．On Tuesday．B．On Thursday．C．On Friday．
A. Husband and wife.
B. Passenger and driver.
C.Salesgir1 and customer.
A. See Lisa off.
B. Go to the zoo.
A. In a bus. C. In a phone box.
A. He got help from the woman.
B. He needed more time to study.
C.He worked hard for his job
13．How does the man feel about the delay of his flight？
14．Which is the right boarding gate for the man？
A 5． B .20． C. 38
听第 14段材料，回答第15至第 17题。
15．According to Mr .Parker，what did he do before he watched TV？
A．He washed his hands． B．He had his supper． C．He took a bath．
16．What place had the man been to the night before？
A．James Street． B．A restaurant． C．A friend’s home．
17．What does Mr．Parker try to do in the conversation？
A.To prove the truth． B．To find the truth． C．To hide the truth．
18．Why did the son come back late?
A . He hurt his hands and knees．
B．He went to pub with Linda．
C．He waited a long time for the bus．
19. . What was the old lady doing in the middle of the road?
A. Looking for something.
B. Trying to stand up.
C. Trying to look for help.
20. What happened to Linda ?
A. She was fired.
B. She got injured.
C. She had an accident.
21. Where was the man who saw it?
A. Outside the pub.
B. At a bus stop.
C. In his car.
A．At 7:00a．m．C．At 6:00p. m．
’t spend all their time on studies.·
’t know what to do with their free time．
’t have choices for outside class activities．
24．How is the students’ high school life？
25．What does the speaker advise his students to do at last？
A．Learn to develop some hobbies．
B．Learn to enjoy themselves.
C．Learn to be their on masters．
26.——Which do you like better, watching TV or listening to music?
——I prefer watching TV to _____music.
A listen to B.listen C.listening to D.listening
27. ——The dress____you very fine.You look so nice!
——Thanks a lot
A. makes B.suits C.keeps D.helps
28. ——____you do,you can’t change the situation.
A.whoever B.wherever C.whatever D.whenever
29. ——Where have you been these days?
——I’ve been to some place_____I can take lots of photos.
A.what B.which C.that D.where
30. ——It’s a good place to have fun.
——Yes,____people go there every day.
A.thousand of B.thousands of C.several thousands 31. ——It’s very kind of you to ______me_____.
——It’s my pleasure.
A.work out B.help out C.carry out 32. ——How much did you ____the sweater?
——$100.It’s too expensive.
A.cost B.spend on C. take D.pay
33. —— ——Yes. And I’A.try out B.come out D.take out
34. —— —— A.either C. none D.neither
35. ——’ ’v just seen it on your desk.
B.Take it easy C.No problem D.Bad luck
B.lively C.alive D.loving
37. ——Could you buy a pencil on your way to school for me?
A.It’s all right. B.It’s easy. C.With pleasure. D.Youi’re welcome
38. ——Some students spend too much time playing computer games.
——Yes,it’s bad for them but they seem to be _____to the result of doing that.
A.blind B.special C.unable D.disabled
39. ——We need to ____the time to have a meeting now.
——What about tomorrow?I’m too tired. today.
A.put up B.fix up C.use up D.work up
40. ——What’s the sound like that?
——Oh,he has a cold and he____his nose with his hand.
A.blows B.cuts C.washes D.makes
I had the meanest mother in the whole world. to have porridge, eggs or toast.When others had coke and candy for lunch, I had to eat a sandwich.. But at least, I wasn't mother as I did . know where we were at all time. She had to know who our friends were and the same clothes for days . We could not lie in bed “sick” The worse is yet to had to be in bed by nine each night and up at next morning. We couldn't sleep till noon like our friends. to Child Labor law. She made us work.. We had to wash dishes, beds, learn to things at home. for us to do at home.
have ever been arrested
41. ( )A all B.another D.some
42. ( ) A happy B.sad C.ill D.excited
43. ( ) A different B.lovely C.kind D.same
44. ( ) A preferred B.liked C.seemed D.didn’t want
45. ( ) A a walk D.a bath
46. ( ) A go to C.miss D.finish
47. ( ) A to come C.to lose D.to happen
48. ( ) A when C.before D.during
49. ( ) A obey C.break D.catch
50. ( C.much D.all sorts
51. ( B.up C.over D.of
52. ( B. different C. higher D. worse
B No one C. Nobody D. E veryone
54. ( B.feed C.keep D.have
55. ( ) A full B. .fill C. satisfied D. filled
First read this map and then answer the following questions.
56.( )If you want to go to City Center from Teacher’A.Bus No.10 B.Bus No.5 C.Bus No.4 DBus No.3
57.( )You can find the Railway Station in_____of the city.
A.the center B. northwest 58.( )We can find two_____on this map.
A.supermarkets B.lakes 59.( ).The Red Star Cinema is very close to _____. A. the Public Library C.the Post Office D.May Airport
60.( A.north B.east
Every year, over 40,000 secondary students in Britain run a business. "Each business runs for one year," said Ben,one of the group of students visiting Shanghai. "When we started our business, we borrowed money from parents and friends. At the end of the year,these people will receive some of the profits(利润) ."I asked Ben if running a business was difficult.He said that it was no problem. He said that they always received a lot of advice from teachers and business people.
Another member of the group,Regina,told me the four questions they always asked themselves. The questions are:
l. What do people want to buy?
2. Where is a good place to sell the product?
3. How is our product better than other products?
4. How much is the product?
I was also very interested in how the group was organized.Regina said that there were usually about five to seven students in each business and among them were one manager and one accountant (会计). I asked them who was the manager."I am,of course,"said Regina. "It was my idea to produce picture books,"she said. "They have been very popular with the other students." I also asked the students what
other people sold. "Other groups in our school sell things like T-shirts, videos and computer games,"said Ben.
"How much money do the businesses usually make?" I asked."Some businesses make;$20,000—$30,000 but most groups make a small profit of about $ 1,000一 $ 3,000," said Regina.I asked them what they did with the profits. "We can do what we like with the profits."However,Regina told me that it was important not to waste the money. She always told the other groups to give the money to charity.
Most students enjoyed running a business and all the students said that they had learnt a lot.
61. When the students begin a business, they _____
A. have made a small profit B. have got enough money
C. borrow money from parents and friends D. borrow money from teachers and business people
62.The manager of this group of students is _____
A. Ben B. Regina C. a teacher D. a friend of theirs
63. This group of students sold _____ as their business.
A. picture books B. computer games C. videos D. T-shirts
64. The groups use the profits _____
A. for a party B. to give the charitv
C. for their parents and friends D. in different ways
65. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. When the secondary students run businesses, they get much help from other people.
B. Running a business is difficult for Ben's group.
C. These students try their best to produce better and cheaper products.
D. Most groups are able to get more money than they put in .
One day when some government officials were rebuilding a barn（谷仓），they found a mouse
hole in a corner and used smoke to force the mice inside the hole to come out．A while later they
indeed saw mice running out, one after another．Then, everyone thought that all the mice had
escaped．But just as they began to clean up, they saw two mice squeezing（挤）out at the mouth of
the hole．With some efforts, the mice finally got out．However, it was strange that after they came
out of the hole, they did not run away immediately．Instead, one chased after the other near the
mouth of the hole．It seemed that one was trying to bite（咬）the tail of the other．
Everyone was puzzled, so they stepped nearer to take a look．They realized that one of the mice
was blind and could not see anything, and the other was trying to allow the blind mouse to bite on
his tail so that he could pull the blind one with him to escape．
After seeing what happened, everyone was speechless and lost in thought．During the meal time,
the group of people sat down in a circle and started to chat about what happened to the two mice．
One serious American official said：“I think the relationship between those two mice was that of
king and guard．”The others thought for a while and said：“
That was why!”
A smart French said：“I think the relationship between those two mice was that
of husband and wife．”Again the others thought for a while, and all felt it made sense．
A Japanese said：“I think the relationship between those two mice was that of mother and son．”Once again the others thought for a while, and felt this was more reasonable．So they expressed agreement another time．
At that moment, one Chinese asked：“Why did those two mice have to have a certain relationship？ ”
Suddenly, the group looked back at the Chinese and remained speechless．The American official, the French and the Japanese who had spoken earlier all lowered their heads in shame, and did not dare to answer．
In fact, the true love is not built on friendship, loyalty or blood relationship．
Instead, it is based on no relationship．
66．Neither of the two mice ran away immediately because ______．
A．one was biting the other B．the mouth of the hole was too small
C．they were not afraid of smoke D．one was trying to help the blind one
67．Why did they lower their heads in shame according to the passage？
A．They did not dare to answer．
B．They had mistaken the relationship of the mice．
C．They regretted driving a poor blind mouse away．
D．They did not express themselves much better．
68．It is clear that ______．
A．all the mice came out of the hole easily
B．each of the people understood the relationship differently
C．the people wanted to kill the mice with smoke
D．the people knew one of the mice was blind at first sight
69．“it made sense”probably means ______．
A．it was correct B．it was strange C．it was funny D．it was sweet
70．The best title for the passage is ______．
A．Two Lovely Mice B．Help Produce Love
C．Friends In Need D．Love Is All
pay running prefer
’t______to pay for her child’s education.
74.The photo _____be Liu’s.Those are his parents.
75.I______classical music to pop music,
have about 25 minutes for lunch and middle school and high school students about 30 minutes. That includes the time students need to go to the restroom, wash their hands, walk to the cafeteria
Many students feel lunchtime.Jamie Taylor.a 15-year-old student at an Oklahoma “苹果酱]，and eating a salad takes longer than eating a cheeseburger or chicken nuggets”.Taylor said.”you always have to rush to the cafeteria and rush to eat every time.”
Besides,some kids eat their favorite foods first, and if they run out of time, those vegetables may get left behind..
“It has made it impossible to have the sitting down and enjoying a lunch,”says Helen Phillips,president of the Association.
Phillips thinks that,nowadays,the attiude is to make students sit down and it over with quickly.”I don’tcan.”Phillips said.
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