（ ）1. --- Hello, may I speak to Alice?
--- ______. Who’s that?
A. Alice is here. B. Alice speaking. C. I am Alice. D. Who are you? （ ）2. --- Do you know _____ the Olympic Games are held.
--- Every four years.
A. how soon B. how long C. how many D. how often
（ ）3. ---My father has decided to _________ smoking.
---That’s good news for us. I hope so.
A. give up B. take out C. give in D. turn off
（ ）4. ---Tom, it’s cold outside. ______ your coat when you go out.
A. Take off B. Take away C. Put away D. Put on
（ ）5.There were so many colorful dresses in the shop for women. I couldn’t decide
__________ for my aunt.
A. to buy which B. which to buy
C. which one to buy D. to buy which one
（ ）6. ---Who is ______ at English than Mike, Jack or Millie..
A. good B. well C. better D. the best （ ）7. ---Would you like some drinks, boys?
---Yes, _________, please.
A. some oranges B. two boxes of chocolates
C. some cakes D. two bottles of orange （ ）8. ---Could you please tell Tom that I will go to see him tomorrow? ---Sure. I will let him know as soon as he __________ back.
A. comes B. came C. has come D. will come （ ）9. ---_________ do you help the old man with the housework?
---Once a week. A. How soon B. How long C. How often D. How many （ ）10. --- Who is that tall boy?
---It _________ be John. John is medium height.
A. mustn’t B. needn’t C. can’t D. might
（ ）11. ---Don’t forget to the lights when you leave the room.
A. turn on B. turn down C. turn up D. turn off （ ）12. She worked so quietly ______ no one knew she was there.
A. which B. after C. as D. that （ ）13. --- I hear it will __for another week.
---I hope not. Rainy days make me sad.
A. snow B. rain C. be sunny D. be windy （ ）14. --- Can I help you carry the box?
---No, thanks. There’s ________ in it. It’s empty.
A. something B. anything C. everything D. nothing
（ ）15. ---How do you learn English?
---I learn ______watching English-language videos.
A. to B. of C. by D. at （ ）16. --- Have you ______ the film “ PROTEGE ”(《门徒》)？
--- Yes, it’s wonderful.
A. read B. looked C. seen D. watched （ ）17. Which of the following signs means “You can take an escalator to go
upstairs or downstairs”?
A. B. C. D.
（ ）18. Do you want to know in the future? A special mirror invented by
the French scientists can help you.
A. what you will look like B. what will you look like
C. how do you look like D. how you look like
（ ）19. ---E-mailing is much_________ than calling. You can save some money.
A. good B. cheaper C. fastest D. quicker （ ）20. ---Would you help me clean up the city park?
A. Yes, quite right. B. Never mind
C. That’s all right. D. With pleasure
The computer is fast, and never makes a mistake, while people are too slow, and full of mistakes sometimes. That’s _ 21 people often say when _ 22 talk about computers. For over a quarter of a century, scientists have been_ 23 better and better computers. Now a computer can _ 24 a lot of_ 25 jobs wonderfully. It is _ 26 used in factories, hospitals, post offices and airports. A computer can report, decide and control in almost _ 27 field. Many computer scientists are thinking of_ 28 the computer “think” like a man. With the help of a person, a computer can _ 29 pictures, write music, talk with people, play chess, recognize voices, translate languages and so on. Perhaps computers will _ 30 really think and feel. Do you think the people will be afraid _ 31 they find that the computer is too clever to listen to and serve the people? No, people will _ 32 better use of the computers in _ 33 future. Man is_ 34 the master of the computer. The computer works only_ 35 the help of man. It cannot take the place of man. （ ）21. A. that B. what C. how D. why
（ ）22. A. we B. they C. you D. people
（ ）23. A. loving B. taking C. making D. thinking
（ ）24. A. have B. get C. do D. offer
（ ）25. A. everyday B. every day C. each day D. some day
（ ）26. A. widely B. wide C. great D. deeply
（ ）27. A. either B. all C. both D. every
（ ）28. A. producing B. ordering C. making D. building
（ ）29. A. take B. look at C. draw D. put
（ ）30. A. one day B. a day C. any day
D. the other day 2
（ ）31. A. when B. that C. how D. while
（ ）32. A. chose B. get C. take D. make
（ ）33. A. a B. an C. the D. /
（ ）34. A. often B. never C. always D. sometimes
（ ）35. A. with B. under C. by D. for
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? It is because locusts change their colors together with the change of the colors of crops(庄稼). 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 stranger act? A kind of fish in
the sea can send out a kind of very black 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.
（ ）36.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
（ ）37.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 gray colors D. they live in forests
（ ）38.Why can the kind of fish live up to now?
A. Because it is very 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.
Everybody can suffer from stress. No matter what your age is, you can feel stressed out by things that are happening in your life. Teenagers, however, have many more opportUnities to get stressed than people in any other age group. Being a teenager is hard. You are not a child any more, but you are not an adult, even though you have to deal with some very grown-up problems and decisions. Families
can be one of the biggest causes of stress, such as problems with parents arguing 3
at home. or problems with brothers and sisters. Teenagers also have a lot of stress from school, either from their teachers or from their friends. Some teenagers also feel stressed about choosing their education after high school. Getting a place at university can be very difficult and some cannot afford to go to university. The stress about getting a job when finishing school is hard for some teenagers. There are so many young people finishing school and not enough jobs for them. Sadly, there is nothing we can do to remove these causes of stress from the 1ives of teenagers, but you can learn the best way to deal with it. Talking to people is one of the best ways to deal with stress. It may sound simple, but it is true. A problem shared is a problem halved.
（ ）39. Why is being a teenager often difficult?
A. Because even though you are not an adult, you must deal with adult problems.
B. Because even though you are an adult, you must deal with children’s problems.
C. Because even though you are a teenager, you must do a lot of homework.
D. Because adults often make them feel stressed.
（ ）40. Why can finding a job after finishing school be difficult?
A. Because there is a lot of competition for jobs.
B. Because there are no jobs.
C. Because a job is more difficult than school work.
D. Because there is a lot of competition for places at university.
（ ）41. We can deal with the stress in our life ______.
A. by not trying to find a job
B. by forgetting about our problems
C. by getting a place at university D. by sharing our problems with our friends
The Spring Festival together with the winter holidays often means sharing cakes, candies and other delicious food with friends and families. Most people will eat more than they usually do. But doctors find out that what you eat may affect how well you remember things. This is bad news for people who eat too much.
Forgetfulness seems to many people an inevitable(不可避免的) part of ageing. As our bodies grow older, most of us find that many things we should remember are slipping out of minds. But new facts show that it’s possible to slow time’s effects on our minds.
Once people thought that the brain(大脑) could not make new cells(细胞), but now studies show that learning new things can help brain grow and keep the illness away from the brain.
Professor Eric Kandel, a Nobel Prize winner for his study of the human memory, says the best way to save our memories is to keep our brains in good shape. Through mental(脑力的) exercise, he says, people can keep their memories whole into their 80s and 90s.
And Mark Mattson, a professor at the National Institute on ageing, says that reducing the amount of calories fed to older rats and mice by thirty percent can 4
be a good help to learning and memory. While it’s hard for many people to go on their diet(节食) like that, doctors tell us that even small steps can make big difference.
（ ）42. Doctors find out that ______may be bad for your memory.
A. delicious food
C. drinking too much
A. 1eaving quietly
C. growing fast B. eating too much D. doing exercise B. forgetting slowly D. coming badly （ ）43. The underlined word “slipping” in this passage means ______.
（ ）44. The writer thinks that ______ is a big problem we face as we grow older.
A. illness B. cell D. diet D. forgetfulness
（ ）45. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. It was believed that nothing new could help brain grow
B. It’s possible for us to slow time’s effects on our bodies
C. It was not easy for many people to go on their diet ten years ago
D. It is very important for the old to fight forgetfulness
46. Usually autumn __________ (continue a period of time) from August to October.
47. The __________ (知识) you have learnt isn’t enough.
48. It’s i for a person to live for a month without water.
49. The children played __________ (高兴) in the park. 50. He will remember this special （经历）.
51. All the plants are ___________ (生长) quite well.
52. If you take more exercise, you’ll be much __________ (健康).
53. It is not polite to ask __________(person) questions.
54. I think my grandmother is a woman of great __________(wise).
55. The walls __________(paint) white yesterday.
56. China is still a __________(develop) country at the present time.
57. I didn’t go to see the film yesterday because I __________(see) it before.
58. We bought a drawing by an __________(know) artist. But I think he will be a famous
artist in the near future. 59. Marie Curie received the Nobel Prize __________(two) during her life time.
60. The workers were made _________ (finish) so much work in such a short time.
He __________________ in the countryside, now he __________________ the life
in the city.
My mom __________________ my dad__________________________.
They _________________________ help people ___________________________.
Young people should _________________ and never___________________.
My cousin is___________________________ and he ___________________ painting.
六、口语交际。（共10小题；A项第66-70题, 每小题1分，B项第71-75题, 每小题2分，
A) 根据对话内容，从方框内所给的七个选项中选出五个，使对话完整。将答案写在后 Miss Wu: Can I help you?
Li Gang: Yes, I'd like to return this book, please.
Miss Wu: (66)
Li Gang: No, I couldn't read it. I had a hard time reading a few pages, and then I decided to give up.
Miss Wu: (67)
Li Gang: It isn't the language. It is the words. They are too small for me. Miss Wu: (68) What can I do for you then?
Li Gang: Well, I'd be glad if you could find me another book.
Miss Wu: (69)
Li Gang: Yes, but one with bigger words.
Miss Wu: (70)
Li Gang: Oh, Oliver Twist. This one is fine. And the words are much bigger. Thank you very much.
Miss Wu: You're welcome.
A: Excuse me, I want to go to the library. 71__________________________ ?
B: Go down this street and turn right at the second crossing. Go up the road to the end, you’ll find it.
B: It’s about 1,000 metres away from here.
A: Oh. That’s quite a long way.
B: Yes. You’d better take a bus.
B: You can take the No.5 bus. It’ll take you there.
B: It takes about fifteen minutes.
B: It’s a pleasure.
American and British people both speak English,of course. But sometimes it does not seem like the same language. In fact, there are some important differences between British English and American English.
First of all, they sound very different. Often, Americans don’t say each word 6
separately. They say several words together. Americans may say “I dunno” instead of “I don’t know.” Or they may say “Whaddya say?” instead of “What did you say?” However, the British are more careful in their speech. They usually say all the words and keep them separate.
(3)Sound is not only the difference between British English and American English. Words sometimes have different meanings too. Some American words are never used in England. The same thing is true of some British words in America. For example, the vocabulary for cars and driving is very different. Americans drive trucks, but in England people drive lorries.
Many expressions are also different in the two countries. In England, if you are going to telephone your friends, you “phone them up”. In America, you “give them a call”. When you are saying goodbye in England you might say “Cheerio!” In America you might say “See you later.”
There’re also some differences in grammar. ___________ _________, Americans usually use the helping verb “do” when they ask a question. They say “Do you have a storybook?” But the British often leave out the helping verb. They say “Have you a storybook?”
All these differences can be confusing(易混淆的) if you are learning English. But most languages are like this. Languages change over time. When people live in separate places, the languages change in different ways. This is what has happened to English. It can also happen to other languages, such as French. Many people in Canada speak French. (4)但是他们的法语和法国的法语不一样。
76. There’re also some differences in grammar ___________ ___________.（填入所
77. What does the word “separately” mean in this passage? It means “______”.
A. 含糊地 B. 快速地 C. 分开地 D. 简略地
78. Put the underlined sentence into Chinese.
79. Put the sentence into English.
80. How many differences has the writer told us between American English and British
你听说过某些濒临灭绝的动物吗? 请以Why should we protect wildlife animals?为题,用英语写一篇短文,说明为什么要保护野生动物。词数为80 词左右。
写作提示: 1. 为什么有些野生动物处于危险之中;
提示词语: wildlife(野生的) ,endangered, tiger, panda, destroy(破坏),fur, take measures(采取措施),plant, tree, build a birdhouse