( )1. When did Li Na’s final tennis match start last night?
A. At 8:00 p.m B. At 9:00 p.m C. At 10:00 p.m
( ) 2. What is the weather like today?
A. Cloudy B. Sunny C. Rainy
( ) 3. How long did Peter usually spend on his English homework?
A. About half an hour B. About an hour C. About two hours
( )4.What did they do at the party?
A. Sang and danced B. Ate a big cake C. Watched a movie
( )5. Why was the woman late again?
A. Because she got up too late.
B. Because the traffic was bad on the road.
C. Because the train left earlier than usual.
第二节： 听长对话，回答问题。听下面2段较长对话，每段对话后有2-3个小题，请从题中所给的A、B、C 三个选项中选择正确的选项，并标在试卷相应的位置。每段对话读两遍。 听下面较长的对话，回答第6至第7两小题。
( ) 6. What does Mr. Brown do?
A. A doctor. B. A teacher. C. A driver.
( ) 7. What time does Mr. Brown get up this morning?
A. At 6:00. B. At 7:00. C. At 8:00.
( ) 8. Why can’t the woman find the way?
A. She has never been to Sydney before.
B. Sydney has changed a lot.
C. She is too old to remember the way.
( ) 9. How did the woman come to Sydney?
A. By train B. By air C. By car.
( )10. What does her son do?
A. A teacher. B. A worker. C. A doctor.
第三节：听独白，填表格。听下面一段独白，然后从A、B、C 三个选项中选择正确的选项， 1
( ) 11. A. six B. seven C. seventeen
( ) 12. happy B. excited C. unhappy
( ) 13. A. Their house was too old
B. they didn’t like their house.
C. their house was too small.
( ) 14. A. making plans for the baby’s arrival.
B. making a toy house with the baby.
C. talking about their son Pat.
( ) 15. A. understand what this parents were talking about.
B. didn’t understand what his parents were talking about
C. was really expecting the baby’s arrival.
1. —What’s that over there on the desk?
—It’s ______ expensive plate made in Qing Dynasty.
A. / B. a C. an D. the
2. I have lived in New York and London but I don’t like ________ city. I like Sydney.
A. another B. either C. neither D. any
3. It’s your ______ as a teacher to protect your students.
A. duty B. hobby C. habit D. manner
4. —Have you ever been to Canada?
—Yes, I ______there last year with my parents.
A. have been B. have gone C. went D. go
5. —Hi, John. There will be a stamp show in the museum ________ we visited last week. —Great! I love stamps. Maybe we can go there again together.
A. who B. what C. which D. where 2
6. I like the design of the suit, _______, the color of it is my favorite.
A. especially B. actually C. fortunately D. specifically
7. —Bill, will you get me the dictionary on that shelf, please?
—I’m afraid I can’t _____ it, Daddy. It’s too high.
A. find B. reach C. sell D. read
8.—Could you tell me __________?
—Sure. Go on until you reach the end. It’s on your right.
A. which country you come from B. what’s your favorite city
C. how can I get to the bus station D. if there is a bus station near here
9.— Is the new library rule working?
—Yes! _______ books are stolen the before.
A. More B. Fewer C. Better D. Worse
10. —We have finished cleaning our classroom, Ms. Black.
—_______, boys and girls.
A. Good luck. B. Well done. C. Good idea. D. Best wishes.
Jennie sat at her window as usual, looking out upon the street, with a look of sadness on her face, “What a long day this is going to be!”
Then she saw a little boy running down the street, swinging his schoolbag. Looking up to the window, he took off ____11____ hat and bowed with a bright, pleasant smile.
“What a nice ____12____,” said Jennie to herself, as the boy ran out of sight. “It seems like having the sunshine. I wish everybody who goes by would look up ____13____ smile.
George, the little boy, told his mother about that ____14____ girl when he got back home, “She looks so helpless. I wish I could do something for her.”
“Why not give her some ____15____?” said his mother. George agreed.
The next morning, as Jennie ____16___ at the window again, she saw George with a handful of beautiful flowers carefully picking his way across the street. He stopped in front of her window, smiling pleasantly, and said, “Can I come in?” Jennie told him _____17____ to get into the house.
Opening the door to Jennie’s gentle “Come in”, George said, “I’ve brought you some flowers.”
“Are they for me?” said Jennie ____18____. “How kind you are,” she continued, as George put the flowers on her lap. I’ve ____19___ received any flower since we moved to the 3
“Did you live in the countryside?” asked George, ___20____ the old, small and empty room.
“Yes,” said Jennie.
Jennie used to have a happy family and live in a beautiful house in the countryside. However, she lost her right leg in an accident. She ____21____ walk like other people any longer. Later, her father died, and her mother was sick ___22____ so many years that their money was all gone. They sold the house, and move here to get work to do.
George told his parents ____23____. They decided to help her. More and more people in the ____24___ gave Jennie friendly smiles when they passed by her house. She was greatly cheered up.
A few months later, Jennie and her mother ____25____ a flower shop. People could always see Jennie sitting in the shop, having a lovely smile on face.
11. A. her B. his C. your D. my
12. A. house B. door C. smile D. schoolbag
13. A. and B. but C. as D. or
14. A. rich B. lucky C. bad D. poor
15. A. money B. flowers C. clothes D. food
16. A. danced B. cried C. sat D. laughed
17. A. how B. who C. when D. why
18. A. angrily B. easily C. sadly D. happily
19. A. never B. usually C. always D. sometimes
20. A. looking for B. looking around C. looking like D. looking after
21. A. shouldn’t B. needn’t C. couldn’t D. mustn’t
22. A. for B. in C. at D. on
23. A. something B. anything C. everything D. nothing
24. A. countryside B. town C. village D. city
25. A. reached B. left C. closed D. opened
The World Expo has a longer history. This is about some of the World Expos.
1851 The first Expo, also called "The Great Exhibition", was held in Hyde Park, London. The key exhibits of the first Expo included the early fax machines and some other inventions, So the first Expo had great influence on many fields of society.
1886 The Statue of Liberty（自由女神像） came to the World's Fair, French people sent it as a gift to the US in 1886. The statue was on show at the Expo in Philadelphia, US.
1889 France held the Expo in Paris. The famous Eiffel Tower was built for the Expo. It is 324 meters high and once the tallest structure in the world.
1893 The World’s Fair was held in Chicago, US. For the first time, it used electricity. It meant the beginning of a modern revolution（革命）.
1904 China first took part in the World's Fair in Saint Louis, US. Besides porcelain（瓷器） and handicrafts, China also showed Beijing Opera and tea culture.
1933 This World's Fair was held in Chicago with the theme of "Century of Progress". Themed exhibitions started from this fair and later became a key part of all World's Fairs．
1970 The World Expo was held in Japan. It was the first Expo in Asia. Countries shared different ideas about technological progress at the Expo. 77 countries took part in the Fair and discussed how to make a peaceful future.
2000 The World’s Fair was held in Germany. Earlier World Expos were most about technology. This one tried to find solutions for global problems, like how to protect the environment.
41. From above we can see at least ______World Expos were held in Europe．
A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. D. Five.
42. According to this article, which city held the World Expo twice?
A. London. B. Paris. C. Saint Louis. D. Chicago.
43. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. The Great Exhibition was hold in the eighteenth century.
B. The World Expo always has its theme.
C. China first held the World Expo successfully in 1904.
D. Countries discussed how to make a peaceful future in the World's Fair in Japan.
One day a strong cowboy was traveling on his horse when he saw a bar．He decided to stop for a few drinks，so he tied(拴)his horse outside the bar，walked into the bar and ordered two bottles of beer．This cowboy was new in town．He looked around and noticed some people making faces to him．He guessed that they might play some tricks(把戏)on him，but he said nothing and continued to drink. After drinking，he walked out of the bar and found his horse lost．
However，he kept calm，came back into the bar，and said slowly, “I don’t know what you fools did to my horse out there…but I'm leaving in five minutes, and by then if my horse 5
isn’t back where it’s supposed to be, well…I have to do here what I did in Texas!” The cowboy added, “And I don’t want to do what I did in Texas!” After hearing these words, the other customers seemed a little bit frightened.
The cowboy went back to his seat and ordered another two bottles of beer. After five minutes, he walked out and found his horse tied where it was supposed to be.
Just as he was leaving, the boss of the bar came up and asked curiously(好奇地), “What was the thing that you did in Texas but you didn’t want to do here?”
The cowboy turned to the boss and replied in a low voice, “I had to walk home!”
44. That day the cowboy tied his horse outside ________ before he wanted to drink.
A. the bar B．the hotel C．the store D．the restaurant
45. After a few drinks，the cowboy found his horse ________ ．
A. ill B. dead C. asleep D. lost
46. The cowboy drank _________ of beer at the bar in all．
A. five bottles B. four bottles C. three bottles D. two bottles
47. From the passage，we can know ________ ．
A. the cowboy’s look frightened the customers
B. the cowboy kept calm because he was strong
C. the cowboy also played a trick on the customers at the bar
D. the cowboy would fight with others if he couldn’t find his horse
In every school there is a “top” crowd that sets the pace, while the others follow their lead. If the top crowd decides that it is smart to wear bright red sweaters, then very soon everybody is wearing a bright red sweater.
There is nothing wrong with that, except the fact that on some people bright red sweater is extremely unsuitable.
The situation can even become dangerous, if the top crowd decides that it is smart to drink or to drive cars at seventy miles an hour. Then the people who follow the lead are endangering their lives. They are like the sheep being led to the slaughter（屠杀）.
Now it’s possible that you have come across situations like these more than once in your life. In fact you probably did something you knew to be wrong one time or another. You may have excused yourself by saying, “Gee, the crowd does it.” Well, let the crowd do it, but don’t do it yourself. Learn to say, “No.”
Develop your own standards（标准） and your own judgment. If you know the crowd is planning something you disagree to, you’ 6
You’ll have the satisfaction of standing on your own feet.
48. The author doesn’t think it good wearing red sweater if ___________.
A. the crowd is wearing them B. you can’t afford them
C. you don’t look good in red D. it is against school rules
49. The writer encourages the readers to _____________.
A. respect his or her parents B. find excuses when he or she is wrong
C. learn to stand on their own feet. D. take the advice of his or her elder
50. What does the underlined phrase “bow out” in the passage probably mean?
A. 鞠躬 B. 退出 C. 参与 D. 应允
51. The best title for this passage is ________.
A. Follow the leader B. The “Top” crowd
C. Being Yourself D. Rules for Teens
For thousands of years, people have used plants to make medicines. They used different parts of the plants—the roots, the leaves, the flowers, and the bark (树皮). Today, doctors have rediscovered more medicinal values (药用价值) of some plants. Let's look at some examples. Foxglove is a common plant. People have used it to make the heart slow down. Recently scientists have developed another drug from it. This new drug helps prevent other heart problems.
In some areas, malaria has been a problem. Scientists have learned that the bark of a South American tree, the cinchona, can be made into a drug to prevent malaria. For a long time, the Chinese have known that a special plant, wormwood, can also fight malaria. Scientists have been working with it to develop new drugs against malaria.
In Germany, some scientists studied garlic (大蒜) for four years. They found that it helps prevent the build-up of plaque (血小板) because too much plaque is bad for health. This very common plant continues to be studied.
As we know, there are about 250,000 kinds of flowering plants in the world. Scientists have only studied little more than one percent of plants for their medicinal value. Maybe medicines for AIDS and cancer will be made from the other 99 percent.
52. What can foxglove be used for?
A. Studying plants. B. Building up the plaque.
C. Treating AIDS and cancer. D. Preventing heart problems.
53. What does the underlined word "malaria” in Paragraph 3 refer to (指的是)?
A. A drug. B. A scientist C. An illness. D. An animal.
54. How many plants are mentioned in the passage?
A. 3. B. 4. C. 5. D. 6
55. Which of the following is the best title for the passage?
A. Today’s News B. Culture and Customs
C. Eating and Health D. Sports and Entertainment
When you stay away from your home for a long time, you start to miss your good old bed, your good old parents. Believe it or not, you’re feeling homesick（想家的）. You can help yourself to feel less homesick. Here’s how:
____56_____ If you’re going away from home, bring your favorite pajamas（睡衣）. You can also bring some pictures of the people who you may miss. You can look at them any time you want.
____57_____The busier you are, the less time you’ll have to feel homesick. Spend your free time on music, sports or books. Try to join in activities where you are.
____58_____You can make a plan for when you’ll call your mum or dad. You can also keep in touch with family and friends by emails or text messages.
____59_____Sometimes, telling someone that you’re feeling a little homesick will help you feel better. Maybe you can tell a friend that you feel homesick and the two of you can do something fun.
56. ______________ 57.______________ 58.____________ 59. _____________
A. Keep yourself busy B. Tell someone your feeling
C. Keep in touch D. Bring something familiar with you
60. Which is the best title for the passage?
A. How to stay away from home B. How to do something fun
C. How to feel less homesick D. How to miss your home
61. China is a great country with long ________. 8
62. I’m ________ money so I can buy a new camera.
63. He learnt to ride by _________.
64. He is ____________. He never seems tired.
65.Hangzhou has many fascinating __________.
66. It’s Friday today. Don’t ______ your work off any more.
67. He didn’t ___________（认识到）that he had lost his way until it was very dark.
68. I have been here in Hangzhou _________（和） my parents for five years.
69. The more you exercise, the h____________ you will be.
70. S___________ holidays in Europe is Lily’s dream.
71. Don’t talk all the time. Learning to be a good l__________ is also very important.
72. The math problem is too difficult for me to work out _____________（容易）.
73. He __________（梦想） of becoming famous by singing in Super Voice China, but failed.
74. W______________ you do, try to do it well.
75. L___________, I caught the early bus this morning.
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