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2000--05年中考试题汇总

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二00—05 河北省中考试题汇总(二)

V、对数词的考查:

1. Oh, this coat is too big ! It‘s almost ______ (两倍) the size of mine .(00)

2. –One more letter from Jim?

-Yes, I‘ve received eleven letters from him this month. This is the

_____(十二)letter. (01)

3. Her father has just had his _________(四十) birthday.(04)

4. There are so many new words in the ___________(二十九)lesson. It‘s hard to understand.(05)

D 听力题回顾

1、00年听力占20分 题型:1)选择句中所包含的信息 2)选择句子的最佳答语 3)听对

话选择图画 3)短文理解

2、01年听力题型与00年题型同;

3、02年听力 以上四个题型另多增一小题;(占30分)另加听对话填空(6分)

4、03年无听力题 ;

5、04年听力题占40分,1、2、3与原00、01年题同(每题6小题)但第3题图片只二题;题4三篇文章(对话)理解(12小题),题5(在卷II)主观填空(10分)

完形填空题

(00年)

Debbie got up early last Saturday morning. She wanted in Green Park with some of her friends. She was very happy about it.

she was ready , she got on her bike and left for the park—it was on the other side of the sirens (警笛).The sound of the sirens was getting her to see what was happening. As a result(结果), she fell off her bike and lay in the middle of the road. Luckily, Debbie wasn‘t hurt, a car hit her bike. After the car ,two men got out and started running. ,a police car stopped next to the same car and three policemen got out and started running after the two men. One of the policemen shouted, ―Stop the thieves!(贼)!‖

a policeman came to see Debbie. He thanked her because, in a way, she had helped them .

41. A. goes to skate B. go skating C. going to skate D. to go skating

42. A. While B. As soon as C. If D. As quickly as

43. A. heard B. listened to C. found D. saw

44. A. close and close B. closer and closer C. big and big D. bigger and bigger

45. A. after B. in front of C. behind D. before

46. A. because B. so C. but D. and

47. A. fell over B. passed away C. turned back D. stopped

48. A. A few minutes later B. Just then C. After an hour D. Very fast

49. A. In a few days B. Sometimes C. Some time later D. At the same time

50. A. get out of the car B. run after the two men

C. catch the thieves D. shout at the thieves

(01)

John sent for a doctor because his wife was ill. He called the doctor and made sure

they meet at five. He arrived at the doctor‘s at twenty a little bit earlier. I‘ll wait for a moment. It‘s good there on time.‖

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he stopped his car in front of the doctor‘s. He and saw a noisy square not far from here. He went there and sat down on a chair to enjoy the last light of

afternoon sun and himself quiet. He saw some children playing and some women talking to each other happily.

Suddenly he a girl crying. He came up to her and asked some questions. Then he know she got lost. John tried to find out her and took her home. The girl‘s parents

Were very thankful.

Then John hurried to the doctor‘s. When the doctor saw him, he was very and said. ―You‘re late, why did you keep me waiting for twenty minutes?‖ John said except one word-―Sorry!‖

1. A. should B. shall C. would D. will

2. A. past B. to C. of D. after

3. A. to arrive at B. to get C. to leave D. to ride

4. A. Every time B. From now on C. Before D. The

5. A. looked for B. looked after C. looked at D. looked around

6. A. made B. let C. had D. felt

7. A. hears B. was hearing C. heard D. would hear

8. A. name B. school C. age D. address

9. A. polite B. angry C. happy D. kind

10. A. something B. everything C. anything D. nothing

(02年)

Time spent in a bookshop can be enjoyable. If you go to a shop, no assistant

(营业员)will come near to you and say. ―Can I help you?‖ You buy anything you don‘t want. You may try to find out will lead(引导at all. reading.

There is a story which tells us about a good shop. A medical(医学的a very

From the library, either. So every afternoon, he went there to read at a time. One day, however(然而), he couldn‘t find an assistant signing(示意) to him. To his surprise, the assistant pointed to the book ,

―I put it there so as not to be sold out.‖ said the assistant. Then he the student to go on with his

( )1. A. good B. bad C. cheap D. expensive

( )2. A. shouldn‘t B. needn‘t C. mustn‘t D. can‘t

( )3. A. what B. which C. where D. when

( )4. A. surprised at B. not surprised at

C. interested in D. not interested in

( )5. A. bought B. found C. read D. took

( )6. A. but B. and C. so D. or

( )7. A. little B. a little C. few D. a few

( )8. A. the book B. the shop C. the assistant D. the shopkeeper

( )9. A. in a bookshop B. in his hand C. in a corner D. in his pocket

( )10. A. left B. let C. helped D. taught

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(03年)

From Monday to Friday most people are busy working or studying, but in the evenings and weekends they are free and themselves. Some watch television or go to the movies, others .

time.

Almost everyone has some kind of :it may be something from collecting stamps to planes. Some hobbies are very , but others don‘t cost anything at all. Some collections are worth of money, others are valuable only to their owners.

I know a man who has a coin collection worth several dollars. A short time ago he bought a rare fifty-cent piece which him $250! He was very happy about this collection and thought the price was all right. On the other hand, my youngest brother collects match boxes. He has almost 600 of them, but I wonder they are world any money. However, my brother they are quite valuable, makes him happier than to find a new match box for his collection.

That‘s what a hobby means, I think. It is something we the of it. The value in dollars is not important but the pleasure it gives us is.

1. A. love B. work C. enjoy D. play

2. A. look like B. take care of C. think about D. take part in

3. A. lives B. interests C. jobs D. things

4. A. working B. free C. own D. whole

5. A. hobby B. thing C. job D. way

6. A. make B. making C. makes D. made

7. A. interesting B. exciting C. cheap D. expensive

8. A. a little B. a few C. a let D. a number

9. A. thousand B. thousands C. thousands of D. thousand of

10. A. paid B. cost C. took D. spent

11. A. that B. if C. what D. why

12. A. to B. on C. with D. in

13. A. Everything B. Anything C. Nothing D. Something

14. A. have B. need C. refuse D. like

15. A. money B. work C. fun D. time

(04年)

Yesterday was my friend Kyra‘s birthday. He invited me to his birthday party. Another friend Guy, had offered to take me to the party by car.

Well, I was getting dressed Unluckily, while I was talking the phone, the cat walked over my clean shirt, so I had to spend a few minutes finding another one and I was leaving.

a train and I had to wait at the station for half an hour. When the train finally arrived I was frozen! I was so cold and tired that during the journey I and I missed my station.

Well, I got off at the next stop and decided to walk to Kyra‘s I walked for half an hour and then I realized I was .Luckily I found a telephoned for a taxi. When I finally arrived at Kyra‘s house it was midnight and people were going home. What a evening !

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1. A. then B. when C. and D. as

2. A. on B. at C. to D. about

3. A. ready B. happy C. late D. quick

4. A. got off B. caught C. got on D. missed

5. A. enjoyed talking B. fell asleep C. played cards D. looked out

6. A. up B. forward C. back D. along

7. A. tired B. hungry C. sad D. lost

8. A. phone B. bus stop C. road sign D. taxi

9. A. even B. nearly C. still D. hardly

10. A. lovely B. frightening C. terrible D. cold

(05年)

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各小题所给的四个选项中选出最佳选项。

When learning new vocabulary, don‘t just memorize(记住) a list of words. Instead, try to five sentences using each new word. Then use the new word as often as you can learn it. This Practising sounds, you know, is the ―th‖ sound for example. Choose words that begin ―th‖ and repeat them over and over again Let‘s try! This, that, those, them, think, thought, through, thin, thick…

Read, read, read---in English, of course! Reading is one of the best ways to increase your vocabulary improve your grammar in a natural and fun way. Be to choose topics(话题) or books you are interested in.

When someone is talking in English, the main point. If you hear a word you don‘t under-

stand, ignore(忽略) it and go on listening. If you stop and think about the word, you will everything else the person is saying.

Always remember---Practice makes perfect.

51. A. say B. make C. remember D. speak

52. A. the first B. the second C. each D. some

53. A. day B. time C. way D. word

54. A. difficult B. terrible C. funny D. easy

55. A. with B. from C. at D. in

56. A. when B. after C. until D. since

57. A. but B. so C. or D. and

58. A. quick B. sure C. important D. necessary

59. A. look for B. see C. listen for D. hear

60. A. miss B. guess C. get D. catch

F. 阅读理解

(00年)

A

It was a very hot summer morning but inside the Pyramid() it was quite cool. Tom and his classmates had just walked into the Pyramid and were very surprised to see what it was like.

They went to the Queen‘s Room. They saw a passage(). At the end of it there was a small room. They were told that they couldn‘t go into that room, because it was newly found. Tom looked towards the passage. Two of his friends Jason and Peter saw him and said ―Don‘t get into 4

trouble, Tom!‖ As soon as nobody was looking, Tom went up the dark passage, opened the door and walked in. Suddenly the door closed behind him. The room was very dark, but luckily Tom had brought a torch() with him. When he turned it on, he saw two white faces in front of him. ―Oh, no!‖ he cried and ran to the door. He quickly opened it and went down the passage to the Queen‘s Room as fast as he could.

As soon as Tom , Jason and Peter took the pieces of white cloth() off their faces and walked slowly down the passage. They couldn‘t stop laughing. ―That will teach him a lesson,‖ said Jason.

()1. Why did Jason and Peter say ―Don‘t get into trouble, Tom!‖?

A. Because they knew that Tom was thinking of getting into that small room.

B. Because Tom had got into trouble earlier that day.

C. Because Tom was very much afraid.

D. Because they were not good friends.

()2. What did Tom do when the door closed behind him?

A. He was afraid and cried loudly. B. He waited quietly in the dark.

C. He turned on his torch. D. He ran away quickly.

()3. The word ―disappeared‖ most possibly means_______.

A. found the secret B. couldn‘t be seen C. cried loudly D. closed the door

()4. Jason and Peter laughed because_______.

A. they had got Tom into trouble B. they liked telling jokes

C. they had played a joke on Tom D. Tom didn‘t listen to them

B

Letter A

Dear Rose,

I like your programmes very much. I‘m now writing to ask you something about American social customs(). My American friends want me to join them in their dinner party. I am

Very happy and have decided to go, but I‘m a little worried about it, too. The social customs in my country are very different from here, so I‘m afraid of making mistakes.

Should I bring a present, such as sweets or flowers? Should I arrive on time or a little late? At the dinner table, how can I know which fork() or knife to use? How can I let the family know that I‘m thankful for their kindness?

Wang Lin

Letter B

Dear Wang Lin,

It‘s a good idea to bring a small present when you go to a dinner party. Flowers are always nice, or you may bring a bottle of wine() if you know that your friends drink it.

You should arrive on time or five to ten minutes late. Don‘t get there early. If you‘re going to be more than fifteen minutes late, you should call and tell them.

Try to be free at the dinner table. If you don‘t know about choosing the right fork or knife, just watch the other people, and follow them. If you still have no idea of what to do, ask the person next to you.

If you like the food, say so. Of course, you‘ll thank them for the meal and for their kindness. It‘s also a good idea to send a thank-you card the day after.

Rose 5

55. Wang Lin wants to_________.

A. make friends with Rose B. know some social customs for a dinner party

C. make her friends happy D. give her friends a surprise

56. Rose is possibly________.

A. a good housewife B. a TV hostess()

C. a member of the dinner party D. a friend of Wang Lin‘s

57. If you‘re asked to a dinner party but not sure about what to bring as a present, it‘s good to

bring_________.

A. some fruits B. a bottle of wine C. some flowers D. a knife and fork

58. Which of the following is NOT proper() for joining in a dinner party?

A. Get there 15 minutes earlier. B. Make yourself at home.

C. Follow others to use forks and knives. D. Thank your friends for the meal.

59. From the letters we‘ve learned that it‘s very_______ to know something about American

social customs.

A. difficult B. friendly C. enjoyable D. helpful

C

阅读下面短文。把A—E五个句子填入文中空缺处(60--64),并完成65题。

Last Wednesday my class went to London Zoo. It was our first journey and we were all very

happy.

60 Halfway to the zoo we stopped at a station because the driver of the bus wanted to check() something. 61 We soon forgot about the time. I was buying chips when I suddenly saw our bus leaving without us! My friend and I ran outside and started shouting, but it was no good. 62 Fifteen minutes later I decided to call my parents. 63 Our bus was driving into the station. 64 We were so happy!

When we got on the bus, our teacher was angry. Luckily, she was also glad to see us.

A. We waited for some time but the bus didn‘t return.

B. We left early in the morning because it was a two-hour journey.

C. All our classmates were shouting to us.

D. Just as I was ringing, I looked up and couldn‘t believe my eyes!

E. While we were waiting my friend and I went to the shop to buy chips.

65. Choose the best title(标题) for this story.

A. The day I got lost B. A journey with a bad start

C. A. visit to London Zoo D. Be more careful

(01年)

A

Chemists are usually good at reading notes. But sometimes doctors write too badly and even the chemist cannot read them.

One day a man wrote to a doctor to invite(邀请) him to have dinner at his house. The doctor wrote a reply(回复), but he wrote too badly and the man could not read it.

―What shall I do?‖ he asked his wife. ―I don‘t know whether he is going to come or not, I don‘t want to call him and say that I don‘t understand him.‖ His wife thought for a while and then she had an idea. ―Take it to the chemist.‖ She said, ―He will be able to read it for us.‖

―Thank you.‖ said her husband. ―That‘s a good idea.‖

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He went to the chemist‘s shop and gave the doctor‘s ―note‖ to him. The chemist looked at it for a long time.

―Could you wait a moment, Sir?‖ he said. Then he went to the back of his shop. After a few minutes he came back, carrying a large bottle. He gave the bottle to the man. ―Take one spoonful(一匙) every day.‖ he said.

1. What did the doctor do when he was invited to have dinner?

A. He said he would come on time B. He wrote the man a reply

C. He was very glad D. He wrote a note to the chemist

2. Why couldn‘t the man understand the ―note‖?

A. Because the doctor wrote badly. B. Because the man didn‘t know much about medicine. C. Because the doctor didn‘t like to go. D. Because the man never went to school.

3. The wife wanted her husband to_____.

A. call the doctor to have dinner with them B. go to the chemist and get some medicine

C. take the reply to the chemist for help D. read it again

4. In this story, the word ―chemist‖ means ―______‖ in Chinese.

A. 护士 B 化验师 C 药剂师 D 药房

B

In 1955, Walt Disney(迪尼斯) himself opened the first Disney Park in Los Angeles, the USA. Later Disney world was opened in Florida in 1971. It cost between $500 and $600 million to build. Tokyo Disney Park opened in Japan in 1983, and Europe(欧洲) Disney opened in France in 1992. Now Hong Kong is going to build a Disney Park and it will be open in 2005.

More than 80% of Hong Kong‘s population would like to visit the Disney Park when it is opened. But about half of them thought the adult admission fee(成人参观费), of between HKS 250 to HKS 300(US$32 to US$38), was too high. The children‘s admission fee is not known yet. But children may not mind paying any entrance fee. ―If I start saving money now, I‘ll have enough money to pay the entrance fee in five year‘s time,‖ said Chan Po-sang, a 12-year-old girl. ―I can‘t take my son to the Disney Park in the USA,‖ said Mrs. Yu, mother of a small boy, ―that‘s why I agree with the government‘s plan(政府计划) to build one here. Then I‘ll be able to take my son there. The admission fee of several hundred dollars is nothing compared with(与……相比) the price of an air ticket to the USA.‖

55. The first Disney Park was built in______.

A. France B. Tokyo C. America D. Hong Kong

56. How many Disney Parks will there be in Asia by the year 2005?

A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4

57. What do the Hong Kong people think about the plan?

A. Most of them agree with it. B. Half of them don‘t agree with it.

C. Few of them agree with it. D. Only children like it.

58. Do all the Hong Kong people care() much about the entrance fee?

A. Yes, they all think that the fee is too high.

B. No, the children may not mind how much the fee will be.

C. Yes, most of them feel that the fee is not high.

D. The writer doesn‘t tell us.

59. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE?

A. The adult admission fee is lower than the children admission fee.

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B. Disney Parks are getting more and more popular among children and adults.

C. The children‘s admission fee is about HK$ 250 to HK$ 300.

D. Since the fee is too high, few Hong Kong people want to visit the park.

C

阅读下面短文,把A--E五个句子填入文中空缺处(60--64),使短文内容完整正确,然后完成65题。

Light and shadow(影子) usually go together. They are friends. We receive light every day. At the same time, we make shadow.

60 Your body stops it from passing. There is a dark spot(斑点) on the ground next to you. The light cannot reach the dark spot. That is your shadow.

61 Your body hardly stops all light from reaching the ground. So your shadow is quite short. 62 Your body keeps a lot of light from reaching the ground, so your shadow is long.

We love light especially sunlight, without sunlight, life on the earth can‘t live at all. Most of us like to stand in the shadow of a tree in summer, 63 They do not want to walk in a dark street. They don‘t want to see the shadow, either. 64

A. At noon the sunlight and shadow right over your head,

B. But still light and shadow usually go together

C. In the early morning or late afternoon, the sun is low in the sky.

D. But some people are afraid of their own shadows at night

E. light cannot shine through you

65. The best title for this passage is______.

A. Friends Always Go Together B. Light and Shadow

C. The Changes of Light and Shadow in a Day

D. Without Sunlight Without Life

(02年)

A

People have flown kites in Japan for more than 1,000 years. There are different kinds of kites there. Some look like bats(蝙蝠); others look like birds. Most have pictures on them.

There are many interesting stories about kites in Japan. One story tells about a thief() who used a kite. He wanted to steal(偷) the gold from the top of a high tower(塔). The thief and his friends made a large kite. One dark windy night he caught hold of the kite. His friends raised(使升高) it into the air. Then they moved the kite near the top of the tower. The thief was able to steal the gold. Another story tells about a father and a son. They were in trouble on an island near Japan. The father made a large kite. His son flew in it back to Japan.

The young men of Japan have kite matches. When the kites are flying, the match starts. The young men try to break each other‘s kite strings(细绳). The last kite left in the sky is the winner.

41. Most kites in Japan________.

A. are very large B. are very small

C. look like bats D. look nice with pictures

42. In the kite match the young men try to________.

A. make their kites fly high B. stop each other‘s kites from flying in the sky

C. make very large kites themselves D. draw beautiful pictures on their kites

43. The father in the passage made a large kite to help his son to_______.

44. The passage mainly(主要地) tells us_________.

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A. how to fly kites B. how a kite match starts

C. something about the kites in Japan D. what the kites look like

B

Last Sunday the elephant keeper at London Zoo, Jim Robson, was killed by one of the elephants he loved. This was terrible, and it could be a big problem for the future of London Zoo –and maybe for all of Britain‘s city zoos.

London Zoo said that it would move its three elephants to a wild(野生的) animal park outside London. Its director-general(总经理), Michael Dixon, said, ―We are sorry that the elephants are leaving; there have been elephants at London Zoo since 1831.‖

One British newspaper said that though many small animals were very interesting, most people wanted to see big animals—and most of all elephants.

London Zoo is not only losing its elephants. The tigers will also leave soon and most of the bears(熊) have already gone. Outside the elephant house at London Zoo, a woman called Mary said she hoped the zoo could keep big animals. ―This is the only way the young people can see animals without traveling to other countries,‖ she said.

Zoos are not very good places for animals, but they can help to well keep them. Children can also learn a lot about the animals when they visit zoos.

Another visitor, a man called Alan, was very angry. ―If we send them back to the wild they will die. If you take away big animals, people will stop visiting London Zoo. can survive(继续生存) at the moment, but it won‘t survive in the future.‖

However, Mary Rosevear, director of the Federation(联合会) of Zoos, believes that city zoos can survive without keeping large animals.

45. London Zoo has kept elephants________.

A. since last Sunday B. for about one hundred years

C. for nearly two hundred years D. ever since it was built

46. Zoos are important because_________.

A. they can make a lot of money B. there are many animals living in them

C. there are some big animals there

D. they can keep animals and help children learn about them

47. The underlined word ―It‖ in the passage refers to (指)________.

A. the elephant B. London Zoo C. the bear D. the wild animal park

48. London Zoo might face a big problem because_________.

A. the elephants in the zoo will be killed

B. the elephant may also kill other people

C. it may have fewer visitors in the future

D. no one would like to be an elephant keeper any more

49. Which of the following is NOT true?

A. The writer hopes that big animals except elephants should be kept in London Zoo.

B. London Zoo and the public(公众) have different ideas about where to keep the big animals.

C. Some animals in the park are still dangerous to visitors.

D. Some people think that the big animals will die if they are sent to the wild animal park. C

阅读下面短文,把A--E五个句子填入文中空缺处(50--54),使短文内容完整正确,然后完成第55题。

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Plants are important living things. Life could not go on if there were no plants.

But animals and men can‘t make food from them. Men live on plants and animals, too. So animals and men need plants to live. 52 If you look carefully at the plants around you, you will find there are many kinds of plants. 53 Most plants are green. Some plants have many small leaves; others have only a few large leaves. 54 They are different in shapes(形状) and colors.

Except having different shapes and colors, leaves are also different in other ways. Some leaves have short stalks(叶柄) while others have long ones, some others have no stalks at all.

A. That is why we find there are so many plants around us.

B. There are many kinds of leaves.

C. Animals get their food by eating plants and other animals.

D. This is because plants can make food from air, water and sunlight.

E. Some plants are large while others are small.

55. Which is the best title(题目) for this passage?

A. PLANTS B. PLANTS AND LIFE C. PLANT LEAVES D. MAN AND PLANTS

(03年)

A

I was born in New York, but I grew up in San Francisco. I began to live in London 25 years ago. If I am asked now where I want to live forever, I would say London. But I will always be American.

San Francisco, like London, has many parks. Every day my sisters and I were taken to play in the parks as children. I didn‘t go to school. I only had three hours of formal(正规的) education when I was five. I was sent to school but came home at noon on the first day. I said I didn‘t enjoy it and hadn‘t learned anything . My parents decided that school was not for me and I never went back.

My mother then taught me and my two sisters, in the way of an English lady who had good education. We learned languages and reading more than sciences and maths. Sometimes she taught us herself, but we also had other teachers. They asked us to take lessons every day. About once a week we walked to Golden Gate Park. While we were walking, my mother taught me to read music. One day I noticed a little toy train in the window of a shop and I remember now how I‘d like to have it. I couldn‘t say my ?r‘ when I was small. My mother said if I could say an ?r‘ well, I would have the toy train. I practiced and practiced. Then one morning I woke everybody up with my ?r‘s. I got the toy train. I usually get the things I want in life — but I work hard for them .

51. The writer ___________.

A. was born in San Francisco B. is living in New York now

C. likes living in London D. doesn‘t like America

52. The writer did not go to school in America because__________.

A. his mother wanted him to go to school in England

B. his parents did not think formal education was right for him

C. his mother wanted him to play outdoors in the parks

D. he couldn‘t get on well the other children

53. Which of the following is TRUE?

A. The writer was taught by his mother and other teachers.

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B. The writer had no education at all.

C. The writer didn‘t have lessons every day.

D. The writer walked to the Park to learn languages once a week.

54. The writer got the little toy train at last because_________.

A. his mother gave him the money for it B. he tried his best to read music

C. he wanted it very much D. his mother was pleased with his progress

55. The writer tells us_______.

A. why children needn‘t go to school B. how he grew up in San Francisco

C. that children liked toys D. that his mother didn‘t give him any toys

B

Do you know why different animals or pests(昆虫) have their special colors. Colors in them seem to be used mainly to protect themselves.

Some birds like eating locusts(蝗虫), but birds cannot easily catch them. Why? Because locusts change their colors together with the change of the colors of crops. When crops are green, locusts look green. But as the harvest time comes, locusts change to the same brown color as crops have. Some other pests with different colors from plants are easily found and eaten by others. So they have to hide themselves for lives and appear only at night.

If you study the animal life, you‘ll find the main use of coloring is to protect themselves. Bears, lions and other animals move quietly through forests. They cannot be easily seen by hunters(猎人). This is because they have the colors much like the trees.

Have you ever noticed an even more strange act?A kind of fish in the sea can send out a kind of very back liquid(液体) when it faces danger. While the liquid spreads over(散开), its enemies(敌人) cannot find it. And it immediately swims away. So it has lived up to now though it is not strong at all.

1. From the passage we learn that locusts_______.

A. are small animals. B. are easily found by birds.

C. are dangerous to their enemies. D. change their colors to protect themselves.

2. How can pests with different colors from plants keep out of danger?

I usually get the things I want in life — but I work hard for them .

51. The writer ___________.

A. was born in San Francisco B. is living in New York now

C. likes living in London D. doesn‘t like America

52. The writer did not go to school in America because__________.

A. his mother wanted him to go to school in England

B. his parents did not think formal education was right for him

C. his mother wanted him to play outdoors in the parks

D. he couldn‘t get on well the other children

53. Which of the following is TRUE?

A. The writer was taught by his mother and other teachers.

B. The writer had no education at all.

C. The writer didn‘t have lessons every day.

D. The writer walked to the Park to learn languages once a week.

54. The writer got the little toy train at last because_________.

A. his mother gave him the money for it B. he tried his best to read music

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C. he wanted it very much D. his mother was pleased with his progress

55. The writer tells us_______.

A. why children needn‘t go to school B. how he grew up in San Francisco

C. that children liked toys D. that his mother didn‘t give him any toys

B

Do you know why different animals or pests(昆虫) have their special colors. Colors in them seem to be used mainly to protect themselves.

Some birds like eating locusts(蝗虫), but birds cannot easily catch them. Why? Because locusts change their colors together with the change of the colors of crops. When crops are green, locusts look green. But as the harvest time comes, locusts change to the same brown color as crops have. Some other pests with different colors from plants are easily found and eaten by others. So they have to hide themselves for lives and appear only at night.

If you study the animal life, you‘ll find the main use of coloring is to protect themselves. Bears, lions and other animals move quietly through forests. They cannot be easily seen by hunters(猎人). This is because they have the colors much like the trees.

Have you ever noticed an even more strange act?A kind of fish in the sea can send out a kind of very back liquid(液体) when it faces danger. While the liquid spreads over(散开), its enemies(敌人) cannot find it. And it immediately swims away. So it has lived up to now though it is not strong at all.

1. From the passage we learn that locusts_______.

A. are small animals. B. are easily found by birds.

C. are dangerous to their enemies. D. change their colors to protect themselves.

2. How can pests with different colors from plants keep out of danger?

A. They run away quickly. B. They have the colors much like their enemies.

C. They hide themselves by day and appear at night. D. They have to move quietly.

3. Bears and lions can keep safe because _________.

A. they have the colors much like the trees. B. they move quietly.

C. they like brown and grey colors. D. they live in forests.

4. Why can the kind of fish live up to now?

A. Because it is very big and strong .

B. Because the liquid it sends out can help it escape from its enemies.

C. Because the liquid it sends out can kill its enemies.

D. Because it swims faster than any other fish.

5. Which is the best title for this passage?

A. The Change of Colors for Animals and Pests B. Colors of Different Animals and Pests

C. The Main Use of Colors for Animals and Pests D. Some Animals and Pests

C

A small man with a fat stomach got on the train at the last station before the frontier(边境). He carried a paper bag. And four feet of ducks could be seen under the cover. The man found an empty seat, put the bag in the middle of the floor, took out a newspaper and began to read.

Then a policeman came in. Of course he saw the bag with the ducks‘ legs at once and said, ―Whose is that bag?‖

Nobody answered. The policeman repeated the question, and said, ―I shall have to take it away from the owner. Food mustn‘t be taken out of the country.‖

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―Well, then,‖ said the small man with a fat stomach . ―Hurry up and take it. We want to go home.‖ The policeman took the bag and went on to the next carriage(车厢).

At the next station, when they were safely across the frontier, the small man got up, smiled at the other passengers and said, ―I hope that they‘ll enjoy the ducks‘ feet. The rest(其余的) of the bag had nothing but rubbish in it.‖ Then he opened his coat and pointed to another bag he was carrying under it. It was tied tightly(紧紧地) over the stomach, which was not really fat. ―I have the rest of the two ducks here,‖ he said. With these words, he got off the train.

But while he was happily walking to the exit with the bag in his hand, a policeman came up to him, saying, ―Hey, man! Foreign food mustn‘t be brought in.‖

61. The small man put the bag in the middle of the floor_________.

A. because the other passengers didn‘t like it B. so that the policeman could find it easily

C. so that he could make more room for himself D. because there was not an empty seat in the carriage

62. Why did the first policeman take the paper bag away? Because_________.

A. he wanted to find the owner of the bag B. he enjoyed the ducks‘ feet in the bag

C. the bag was put in a wrong place in the carriage D. food can‘t be taken abroad

63. The bag the policeman took away had nothing in it except________.

A. two ducks B. rubbish C. the ducks‘ feet and rubbish D. the ducks‘ feet

64. What happened in the end? The small man__________.

A. failed to take his food home B. crossed the frontier with two paper bags

C. took the ducks safely home D. hid his ducks under his coat again

D

这是一个单词纸牌游戏。请你在阅读完短文后,把A、B、C、D、E五个图片按游戏的正确步骤(Steps 1-5)重新排列,然后完成第 70题。

This was one of my favourite games when I was a little girl. My sister and I used to play it for hours at a time. To play this game we made twenty-six small pieces of cards. On each of these cards we printed an English letter. And this is how we played it:

First, before we started to play, we decided what the game would be about. For example, we chose to play flowers.

One of us would then mix up(混合) the cards and turn over the one on top of them. If the letter on the card happened(碰巧) to be P, we would try to think, as quickly as possible, of a flower which began with P, such as pansy(紫罗兰) or pink(石竹花). The one who first gave the name of the flower won that card. This was done with each of the twenty-six cards.

In the end the person who had more cards won the game.

Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step4.

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70. Which is right?

A. The game can only be played between two people.

B. If you choose to play flowers, the letter on the card will be P.

C. The winner has to win every card of the game.

D. The one who loses the game doesn‘t think as quickly as the winner.

(04年)

A

Years ago, many zoos kept all kinds of animals in small cages(笼子). Small cages made it easy for people to see the animals, but a small cage is not a good place for an animal to live in.

Today zoos keep animals in different kinds of cages. The cages are very big and open. They usually have plants and a little lake. The cages look like the animals‘ habitats(栖息地).

Zoos help to protect all kinds of animals. They protect animals in the zoo and they protect animals in the wild. How do they do this? Zoos teach people how animals live in the wild. Zoos want people to help protect the animals‘ wild habitats.

Many plants and animals are going extinct. Mammoths, which are related(有关联的) with Asia elephants, are now extinct. There are no mammoths in the world today. Scientists say that seventy-four different kinds of living things go extinct every day!

Zoos are working together to stop animals from going extinct.

1. Zoos kept animals in small cages so that people can______.

A. protect them B. see them better C. feed them D. save them

2. Today zoos keep animals________.

A. in bigger cages B. in the wild C. in smaller cages D. in the field

3. To protect animals, zoos_________.

A. are trying to keep all kinds of animals B. are trying to free the animals

C. teach people more about animals D. want people to feed the animals

4. A mammoth is a kind of _______ that has gone extinct.

A. plant B. bird C. animal D. tree

5. An animal or a plant that is going extinct_______.

A. no longer exists(生存) in the world B. comes into this world soon

C. becomes very dangerous D. has fewer and fewer living members

B

Rules of Reading Club

The following rules will be used for the Reading Club.

1. All books must be read from page one to the last page in the book.

2. The parent or the teacher will initial (write the first letter of one‘s name ) the booklist after a student has finished reading a book. Teachers will initial the booklist only for the books read at school. It is the responsibility (责任) of the student and parent to write the names of all books read and the number of pages of the book on the booklist.

3. All books read must be of the student‘s reading level(水平) or above. Example: A third grade student should not read first grade books if he or she is able to read at a third grade or higher reading level.

4. All books the students finishes during the school year (including the textbooks read at school ,) 14

will be counted towards the 100 books. Comic books(漫话书) and the like will not be counted. Books of good quality(高质量的) read from the school library, public library, classroom, home, etc, will be counted.

5. When a student has finished a club booklist (one sheet of 25 books or 1500 pages), he/ she should bring the office. The child will get a small reward(奖励) and may get another piece of booklist to go on reading. It takes four booklist sheets for 100 books or four 1500 pages to reach 6000 pages. Either way—You‘re a winner!

66. The student needs to ask his/her parent or teacher to initial the booklist _________. A. as soon as he/she begins to read a book B. before he/she reads a book C. after he/she finishes reading a book D. while he/she is reading a book 67. What kind of books will not be counted?

A. Story books. B. Picture books. C. History books. D. Biology books. 68. How many books should a student read before he/she gets another booklist? A. 25. B. 1,500. C. 6,000. D. 100.

69. According to the rules, which of the following is NOT true? A. The student should read the whole book through.

B. The parent will initial the booklist for the books the student reads at home. C. A third grade student can read the first grade books if he/she likes to do so.

D. The student needs to read the 100 books or 6,000 pages in the school year to be a winner. 70. According to the rules, which of the following is the most possible booklist?

Name_______ Grade________ A B

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C

Name _______ Grade ________

D

C

阅读下面短文,把A--D四个句子填入文中空缺处(71--74),使短文内容完整正确,然后完成第75题。

I think life will be very different in one hundred years‘ time. Some things will be better and some things will be worse.

Firstly, people won‘t live on the surface(表面) of the earth. 71 Special machines will provide oxygen(氧气) and light but the environment won‘t be the same. Trees and plants won‘t grow because there won‘t be any soil. 72 Food will mainly be in the form of pills(药丸). If the sea isn‘t too polluted, people will also eat fish. What is more, I think people‘s everyday life will be different. 73 No one will have to do housework either. So, people will have more free time and they will be able to enjoy the things they like ---sports, for example. Finally, I believe that everyone will be able to travel to the moon, to other planets and perhaps even to other galaxies(星系) for a holiday.

In conclusion(总之), 74 Whatever happens, though, I‘m sure the future will be an interesting place to live in.

A. They won‘t have to work long hours because computers and robots will help them.

B. Our cities will be under the sea, in large domes (圆顶屋).

C. I think that life in the future won‘t be anything like it is now.

D. As a result, people won‘t be able to grow crops.

75. What is the best title of the passage?

A. Life under the sea B. The future world

C. Future life in my mind D. An interesting place to live in

(05年)

阅读A、B两片材料,然后从各小题所给的四个选项中选出最佳选项。

A

Strong Hours and Admission

Museum

Hours

Monday—Thursday: 10:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m. Friday: 10:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m.

Saturday: 10:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m. Sunday: 11:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.

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Clos The ed on Thanksgiving day and Christmas day.

is open during regular(正常的) museum hours. Admission(费用) to the

shop is

Always free. is open Monday—Friday 10:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m. . from

11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday.

$

Admission

Adults(成年人):$7.00

The aged and students with ID: $6.00

Children ages 2 to 17: $5.00

Children younger than 2: free

Strong Museum members: free

Strong Museum offers a 50% discount(打折)to groups of 20 or more.

1. Strong Museum usually opens_______.

A. Monday through Thursday B. every day except Wednesday

C. from Monday to Friday D. every day of the week

2. You can have dinner in Strong Museum _______ on Fridays.

A. from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. B. from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

C. from 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. D. at any time of the day

3. If you are a group of 30 students with ID visiting Strong Museum, how much should you pay for the admission?

A. $105. B. $90. C. $210. D. $180.

4. According to the advertisement(广告) above, which of the following is TRUE?

A. Children to Strong Museum are free. B. An adult visiting Strong Museum should pay $7.00.

C. The museum is open all the year round. D. The aged people are free to Strong Museum.

5. Which is the best that can be used in the advertisement for Strong Museum?

A. Strong Museum—an Exciting Place for Adults

B. Strong Museum—Children‘s World for Fun

C. Welcome to Strong Museum for a Long Holiday

D. Strong Museum—the Best Place to Spend Your Day

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A. Joe made Rena unhappy and he felt very sad.

B. Joe‘s classmate, Rena , sent Beth an email and made her unhappy.

C. Joe received a wrong email from Rena and became angry.

D. Joe‘s friend, Beth, is unhappy because Joe sent her an angry email.

7. After Rena‘s feelings got hurt, what did Joe do?

A. He emailed her and said sorry. B. He asked Beth what he should do.

C. He emailed Aunt Aggie for help. D. He said sorry to Rena face to face.

8. What does the underlined(画线的) sentence mean in the second email? It means ―____‖.

A. because you don‘t know who the email is for

B. because you can never know who will get your email at last

C. because you don‘t know where your email was written

D. because you never know where the message is from

9. What advice did Aggie give Joe?

A. Joe, Beth and Rena should have a talk together.

B. Joe should wait for some time before saying sorry to Rena.

C. Joe should ask Beth to explain(解释) that to Rena.

D. Joe should say sorry to Rena, and then send her some flowers.

10. From the emails, we know that________.

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A. Joe, Rena and Beth study at different schools

B. Beth didn‘t forward the message to Rena

C. Joe has said sorry to Rena many times already

D. Rena hasn‘t forgiven Joe yet

C

阅读下面短文,把四个句子填入文中空缺处(71--74),使短文内容完整正确,然后完成第75题。

Babies sleep for up to eighteen hours a day. Sleep. No one can live without it. Research(研究)by the National Sleep Foundation in Washington says that we all need eight hours‘ sleep every night. Scientists have found that people who sleep for less than six and a ―Workaholics‖ (工作狂) who sleep for less than five hours often die young, and do less well at work.

It also says that the idea that we need less sleep as we get older is untrue. ―People have no idea how important sleep is to their lives,‖ Dr. Thomas Roth, director of the Foundation says ―

―But not too much of it,‖ says Professor Jim Horne. ―Sleep is like food and drink,‖ he believes: Professor Horne studied a group of people who could spend as many hours as they wanted in bed; after ten hours they didn‘t find it any easier to get up in the morning. And people who sleep for more than nine hours a night die younger than people who usually sleep for seven or eight.

A. But how much do we really need?

B. you would always like to have a little bit more, but that doesn‘t mean you need it.

C. Good health needs good sleep.

D. Going without sleep also increases the chance of illness.

75. What‘s the best title for this passage?

A. Children and Sleep B. The Secrets of Sleep

C. Sleep and Work D. Are You Having Enough Sleep?

书面表达(共A、B两部分,计15分)

A) 根据图示,在正文空格处填入适当的词语(词数不限),完成图下的短文。(共5个空,

每空2分,计10分)

One day Jane and Jill were shopping in a shop. Jane saw some marbles(玻璃球) and decided

to __.

As they were walking to the shopkeeper to pay for the balls, they saw a man with a gun (枪)

——,

Pointing to the shopkeeper. Suddenly Jane _____. She threw the marbles on the floor.

As the man was running to the door with the money, he_____ and dropped his gun. Just then

the

Security guard(保安人员) picked up the gun and ____.

B) 假设你在互联网上新结识了一位笔友。请你根据下表所提供的信息向你的同学作一简

要的介绍。文段第一句话已给出。要求文段意思连贯、符合逻辑,书写工整,右栏所给提示必须都用上。(计5分)

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(01年)

A)根据图示完成短文,每空词数不限。

Last year, on the evening of Halloween(万圣节), Jimmy and Jerry dressed themselves up as

Burglars(夜贼). They wore dark clothes and covered their faces. They decided_____.

When they arrived, they rang the door bell but there was no answer. Their grandmother

couldn‘t

hear them because_____.

Jimmy and Jerry decided to look through a window. As they were looking, their grandmother

saw

them. She was shocked(吃了一惊)!She thought they were real burglars and started to ______. Their grandmother ran out of house. She ______ and quickly explained(解释) everything to

the

policeman.

In the end, the policeman _____ and brought them into the house. He took off their black

covers

and the boys looked at their grandmother. She couldn‘t believe her eyes! The ―burglars‖ were

her

grandsons, Jimmy and Jerry.

B)根据提示和要求完成下面短文。

假如你是Hope Middle School 的一名学生,请你用英语写一篇80个词左右的短文,

向你的英国朋友介绍一下你们学校的概况(不得使用真实的人名、地名)。短文要包括以下几个方面的内容:

1、校园(school campus) 2、老师和同学 3、学习情况

(02年)

根据提示和要求完成下面短文。

假如你(Li Lei)在去年夏令营认识的一个朋友Jim 从英国给你寄来一件礼物--- 一件

红色的

衬衫,并附有一封信。在信中他向你问好,他想知道你近来在忙什么。请你给他写一封回

信(100个词左右)表示感谢。回信要包括以下内容:

1、向Jim 问好并对他表示感谢。

2、礼物是你最喜欢的颜色,尺寸很合适,你非常喜欢。

3、告诉Jim 你进来很好,上周刚过完生日,生日聚会很热闹。询问Jim 的近况,并

表示希望他能来中国。

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(03年)

你的加拿大朋友Danny, 也是一位中学生,他希望了解你将如何度过这个暑假。为此,你

把你的想法写成短文,以后再发e-mail 给他。暑假生活包括以下内容:

1、坚持锻炼身体。2、根据个人兴趣和需要安排学习。3、帮助家人做家务 字数100个词左右。

(04年)

下面是Tina 同学在校园网英语留言板中的一个留言。请你根据Tina 的留言和所给的

提示,

以Dudu 的名义用英语回复她的问题。字数控制在80—100左右。文段的开头以给出。文

中不得出现真实的人名、地名。

提示:1、告诉她学好这一科并不难,但学习方法很重要。

2、根据你自己的体会给她提几条建议(不少于三条)。

3、激励她坚持做下去,并祝愿她进步。

Tina—21 June 2004 18:41

I’m a middle school student in Junior Two. I need help with my maths. I’m really bad at

that. Please

help!

Dudu—22 June 2004 10:30

Hi there. First I want to tell you that many students have the same problem like yours. (05年)

在一次英语班会上,老师请同学们以“Proud of My School”为主题发言。请根据下面

所给的提示写一篇发言稿。字数要求在80—100 词之间。文中不得出现真实的人名、地名。

提示:①What does your school look like?

②What fun do you have at school? Remember to

③Why do you like your school? write clearly!

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