第Ⅰ卷 （选择题 共69分）
1. A. That’s all right! B. Thanks a lot! C. Good luck!
2. A. Let me see. B. OK, here you are. C. Sure, with pleasure.
3. A. Don’t say so. B. You are right.
4. A. No, not at all. B. Thank you.
5. A. All right. B. Really? C. You are welcome. C. I’m glad to hear that. C. Never!
6. How often does the girl eat junk food?
A. Quite often. B. Sometimes. C. Almost never.
7. What’s the man going to do?
A. Close the window. B. Open the window. C. Clean the window.
8. How much is the coat now?
A. 120 dollars. B. 60 dollars. C. 30 dollars.
9. What’s the matter with Tom?
A. He’s feeling cold. B. He can’t find his coat. C. He’s got a cold.
10. What does the man want?
A. A red pen. B. A black pen. C. A black pencil.
11. Who is the woman talking to?
A. Her husband. B. A policeman. C. A teacher.
12. How long has the girl been out?
A. For about 4 hours. B. For about 7 hours. C. For about 10 hours.
13. What colour is the girl’s sweater?
A. White. B. Blue. C. Brown.
14. Where does the woman live?
A. Garden Road. B. Bridge Street. C. Central Road.
15. What’s the woman’s telephone number?
A. 714 2069. B. 714 0269. C. 714 2096.
16. How many people are there in the family?
A. Two. B. Three. C. Four.
17. Who cooks breakfast for the family?
A. Lucy. B. Susan. C. Mother.
18. When do they have lunch?
A. At 11:00. B. At 12:00. C. At 13:00. 19. Where do they have afternoon tea?
A. In the kitchen. B. In the sitting room. C. In the dining room.
20. What do they usually do after tea?
A. Reading newspaper. B. Listening to music. C. Going to work. 注意：请同学们翻到第Ⅱ卷，继续做第五大题——听力填表。
21.— May I use your bike?
— Sure. ______ red one under the tree.
A. A B. An C. The D./
22. — Whose dictionary is this? Is it yours?
— No, it isn’t. ______ is in the desk.
A. Your B. Yours C. My D. Mine
23. —Your coffee, please.
—There must be in the coffee. It tastes good.
A. anything sweet B. something sweet
C. sweet something D. everything sweet
24. — Excuse me! I’m going to Linzi. The No. 51 bus?
—The No. 51 bus to Huantai. Take the No. 20 bus, please.
A. go B. goes C. went D. has gone
25. I’m really ______ because of my test.
A. anxious B. agree C. wonderful D. comfortable
26. — Look! What a beautiful hill!
— Yes, and it’s also famous its old trees.
A. about B. with C. by D. for
27. — How often does the train run to Jinan?
— twenty minutes.
A. Any B. Each C. Every D. Some
28. — Is that girl Amy?
— No, that’s Wendy. Amy is than Wendy. .
A. thin B. thinner C. thinnest D. the thinnest
29. Sally _____ go to school by bike, but I’m not sure.
A. may be B. maybe C. might D. must
30. — Is John an ______ boy?
— Yes, he never tells lies.
A. honest B. active C. athletic D. outgoing
31. — Where is Mary?
— She’s busy for the exams.
A. study B. studies C. studying D. to study
32. It’s _______ cold today, but I have still finished ________ homework.
A. too much; too much B. much too; much too
C. too much; much too D. much too; too much
33. —Is David at school today?
—No. he is at home he has a bad cold.
A. because B. if C. though D. until
34. —Sam, you always get up early every morning. Do you like it?
—Not really, but
A. I used to it B. I’m used to it.
C. I used to do it D. I’m used to do it
35. She looks _____because she has a ______ vacation .
A. relaxed, relaxed B. relaxing , relaxing
C. relaxed , relaxing D. relaxing , relaxed
Not only could the cultures, histories or customs in different countries be different, but the shopping habits are different. Let’s see the shopping in America here.
If you arrive America only for a short time, I believe you buy some clothes soon. There is a rule of dressing in the States: Change your clothes every day. For example, an American college, neither teachers students are often seen in the same clothes for two days on end. So you may find necessary to buy more clothes than you have here ---- in China.
you are shopping in the States, you will find that prices change a lot from store to store, and they change a lot from time to time.
After you stay in America for some time, you will also find that Americans are not so
well-off. They often go shopping at ―sales‖.
They also buy some used, second-hand things, such as clothing, bed, sofa, or TV ---- in order to money. But in America it is quite different: of the second-hand things are rather good.
In fact, the price in the United States is always very . Advertisements for ―white sale‖ are often seen in January, as as in May and June or July. Once or twice every season there will be ― garage sales‖ in the community. There, you can get almost , from a boat to a pair of shoes, at lower prices.
36. A. at B. in C. to D. for
37. A. can B. may C. must D. need to
38. A. and B. but C. or D. nor
39. A. it B. that C. what D. how
40. A. Before B. After C. While D. During
41. A. save B. spend C. get D. cost
42. A. Few B. Much C. Most D. All
43. A. low B. high C. dear D. common
44. A. good B. well C. soon D. often
45. A. something B. everything C. anything D. nothing
One does not find many outdoor cafes in Great Britain, for the weather there often changes during the day. When British people want to have some drinks either with a group of friends or by themselves, they usually go to a pub. The ―pub‖ is the short form for ―public house‖. In a pub people can buy all kinds of drinks, from beer to orange juice. The Englishman’s favorite drink is beer.
Quite a lot of businessmen have lunch in pubs near their offices because in many pubs fast food is served. There may even be a restaurant in a pub. The food they sell is usually cheap and good. In the countryside the pub is often part of an inn – a kind of small hotel . People can stay there for the night.
The opening time of pubs is set by law. It might be different from place to place, but usually a pub is open from half past eleven to three o’clock and from half past five to half past ten or eleven o’clock. In the old days, children were not allowed to enter pubs, because when people drank too much they could become troublesome. Today, however, more and more pubs are opening their gardens to customers, so that the children can play safely in the garden while their parents are having a quick drink.
Generally speaking, the English pub is a friendly place, and offers good drink and food.
46. Where do British people usually go for drinks?
A. Cafes. B. Pubs. C. Restaurants. D. Hotels. 47. At the most, how many opening hours does a pub usually have every day? A. 8 hours. B. 9 hours. C. 10 hours. D. 11 hours. 48. Why were children not allowed to enter pubs in the old days?
A. Because people often drank too much and became troublesome. B. Because the pubs did not open their gardens to children. C. Because the pubs had no orange juice for children. D. Because people liked to stay in the pubs for the night.
49. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true? A. Englismen like to drink beer very much.
B. You can stay for the night in countryside pubs. C. Usually pubs don't open until half past eleven. D. Up to now, children are not allowed to enter pubs.
London Underground and New York Subway are famous transport systems (运输系统)in the world. The two systems are similar to each other, but there are also important differences between them. The following table some of the similarities and differences. We believe that the information is all correct. As the information is not always collected in the same way, it is often difficult to fully compare. The following table shows how the two systems compare with each other.
50. In this passage, A. leaves B. shows C. brings D. takes 51. How long is the longest subway line in New York?
A. 31 miles. B. 34 miles C. 3.5 miles D. 3.9 miles
52. How many hours does the uderground keep running in London every day?
A. 25 B. 24 C. 20 D. 12
53. According to the passage, which of the following isTRUE?
A. New York has the deepest subway station.
B. London has the oldest underground station.
C. London has more underground stations than New York.
D. It is more convenient to take the underground in London.
A teacher began his class by holding up a glass with some water in it. He held it up for all to
see, and asked the students, ― How much do you think this glass weighs?‖
―50 g!‖ ―100 g!‖ ―125 g!‖ the students answered.
― I really don’t know unless I weigh it,‖ said the teacher, ―but my question is what would happen if I held it up like this for a few minutes?‖
―Nothing!‖ the students said.
―OK. What would happen if I held it up like this for an hour?‖ the teacher asked.
―Your arm would begin to ache,‖ said one of the students.
―You’re right. Now, what would happen if I held it for a day?‖
―Your arm could Have to go to hospital for sure!‖ said another student. All the students laughed. ―Very good. But during all this, did the weight of the glass change?‖ asked the teacher. ―No.‖ the students said.
―Then what caused the arm ache and the muscle (肌肉) stress?‖
The students fell silent for a moment.
―Put the glass down!‖ said one of the students.
―Exactly!‖ said the teacher. ―The problems of life are something like this. Hold them for a few minutes in your head, and it seems OK. Think of them for a long time and they begin to make you ache. Hold them even longer and you will not be able to do anything. It’s important to think of the challenges in your life, but it’s even more important to put them down at the end of every day before you go to sleep. That way, you are not stressed. You wake up fresh and strong and can handle (处理) any challenge that comes your way!‖
Remember to put the glass down today.
54. Why did the teacher hold up a glass in his class? Because he wanted to .
A. know how much the glass weighs B. ask some student to weigh the glass
C. ask his students a lot of questions D. make his class more interesting
55. In this passage, the underlined words ―go numb‖ means A. 失去感觉 B. 消瘦萎缩 C. 松弛下垂 D. 流血不止
56. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE?
A. The teacher usually begins his class by holding a glass of water.
B. The teacher used to begin his class with a glass of water.
C. The teacher taught his students how to deal with the problems.
D. The teacher told his students to face the challenges bravely.
57. What is the best title of the passage?
A. Don’t hold up the glass. B.Put down the glass.
C. The problems of life. D. How to meet a challenge. D
Do you eat grass? You may be surprised by the answer. We usually think of grass as food for animals, but humans eat grass, too.
Humans eat the seeds (种子) of the grass. Rice is a special kind of grass that has big seeds, and they taste good! There are over 100 different kinds of rice grown around the world. Over many years, humans have changed rice to have more and larger seeds, and it has become a very important food. After corn, it is the most popular seed in the world. It is the basic food for a large part of the world’s population.
How often do you eat rice? We are eating it less often than we used to. We are now eating more bread and meat instead of rice. Even though we now eat less rice, rice is a very important part of life for many people around the world. Did you eat some rice today?
Do you eat weeds (野草)? Maybe this once again surprises you. Often you saw people cutting in a field. They had a big bag in one hand and a knife in the other. What were they doing? They were cutting dandelions (蒲公英).
The dandelion is one of the most useful weeds. It is really a living supermarket. The leaves of the young plant are delicious. The leaves can also be cooked. With beans they make a nice meal. All parts of the plant can be used. Roots and leaves are often used in medicines. Have you ever tasted any dantelions?
58. What is the main idea of the passage?
A. Humans like rice and dandelions. B. Some grass and weeds are very useful.
C. Rice is the basic food for humans. D. Rice is more useful than dandelions.
59. Why is the dandelion called a living supermarket?
A. Because its leaves can make a nice meal with beans
B. Because its leaves can be cooked and taste delicious.
C. Because its roots and leaves are used in medicine.
D. Because all parts of the dandelion can be used.
60. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Both humans and animals eat grass.
B. Rice has been changed to have more seeds .
C. Rice is the most popular seed in the world.
D. Dandelions can be used for medicine.
us chemistry for two years.
68. Today is June 1st . Many c_____ are playing in the park .
69. Do you know who is the o_____ of the house.
70. —Whose French book is this? —It might b________ to Alice. She studies French
When Mike was walking through the town, he noticed a stranger man. The stranger looked at him with a big frown(皱眉)and it made Mike very uncomfortable. Mike did nothing w_____71___ , but the man still frowned at him. He was so angry that he frowned at the man with his tongue(舌) out. And he found most of the people around looked unhappy and frowned. Mike wondered w____72____ so many people frowned at each other.
A clever idea came into Mike’s head. He should s____73____ first. It seemed silly at first, but he want to h_____74___ a try. When a woman walked towards him, he smiled a___75___ her and the lady smiled at him, and most of the people smiled at him, too. Everybody seemed happy b______76_____ of the smile of the clever boy.
Then Mike once again met the stranger and the man still looked at him w____77___ a frown. Mike had a good idea. He smiled a big smile w___78___ the man passed him. The man stopped, looking at Mike’s face and he started to smile. The two strangers laughed and they b_____79_____ felt happy. Just a smile lifts you up f____80____ a feeling of down. So when
you see a man with a frown, put a smile on your face. And you’ll find that the world is a happy place.
All over the world people enjoy sports. Sports help to keep people healthy and happy, and to live longer.
Many people like to watch others play games. They buy tickets or turn on their TVs to watch the games. Often they get very excited when ―their‖ player or team wins.
Sports change with the seasons. People play different games in winter and summer.
for example, has spread around the world. Swimming is popular in all countries near the sea or in those with many rivers. What fun it is to jump into a pool or lake, whether in China or Australia! And think of people in cold countries. Think how many people love to skate in Japan or Canada.
or games go back to thousands of years ago, like running or jumping. Chinese wushu, for example, has a very long history. But basketball and volleyball are rather new. Neither one is 120 years old yet. People are inventing new sports or games all the time. game together they often become good friends. Sports help to train a person’s character. One learns to fight hard but fight fair, to win without pride and to lose with grace (体面).
81. In what kind of countries do you think swimming is popular?
82. How long is the history of basketball?
She doesn’t want to _____ her parents ______.
Lin Tao is easy to get _____ ______
What if everyone _____ ______ a present.
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