（ ） 1. A. I like movies a lot.
（ ） 2. A. Every day.
（ ） 3. A. Fast food.
（ ） 4. A. Twice a week.
（ ） 5. A. Fine, thanks. And you?
C. I get up early.
（ ）6. When does Jane exercise?
A. In the morning. A. Hardly ever. A. At breakfast. B. After school. B. Twice a week. B. At lunch. C. In the evening. C. Six times a week. C. At supper. （ ）7. How often does the girl eat vegetables? （ ）8. When does the woman often drink milk? （ ）9. Why does the girl think a healthy lifestyle is important to us? A. Because she thinks it helps us sleep well.
B. Because she thinks it helps us get good grades.
C. Because she thinks it helps us stay happy.
（ ）10. When does the boy play basketball?
A. On weekdays. B. On weekends. C. Every day.
（ ）11. When is the English party?
A. On Thursday evening. B. On Friday morning. C. On Friday evening. （ ）12. Where is the English party?
1 B. I usually play soccer. B. Only once. B. It’s interesting. B. About five hours. C. Yes, I like it. C. Two weeks. C. Animal World. C. I’m busy. B. Yes, I think so.
A. At Kate’s home. A. Have a party. B. In the park. B. Go on a school trip. C. At Bill’s school. C. Have lessons. （ ）13. What will they NOT do on Thursday? 听第12段材料，回答第14至第16题。
（ ）14. What is the woman?
A. A teacher. A. Four times a week. A. Read English. B. A reporter. B. Every day. B. Go shopping. C. A policewoman. C. Four times a day. C. Do exercise. （ ）15. How often does the man exercise? （ ）16. What does the man NOT do? 听第13段材料，回答第17至20题。
（ ）17. How often does Mr Black exercise?
A. Sometimes. A. He likes it very much. A. She’s Mr Black’s teacher.
C. She’s a doctor.
（ ）20. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. Mr Black sleeps nine hours very night.
B. Mr Black doesn’t like eating junk food very much.
C. Mr Black has an unhealthy lifestyle.
（ ）21. What do most girls do twice a week?
A. They play basketball. B. They play football. C. They play volleyball. （ ）22. When does Daniel play basketball? A. He plays it every morning.
B. He plays it every afternoon.
C. He plays it before he goes to bed every evening.
（ ）23. How often does Jim swim in the club?
A. Three times a month in summer.
C. Three times a month in winter.
（ ）24. How often do most of the students drink milk?
A. Three or four times a week. B. Every day. C. Twice a week. A. Because she eats too much junk food and never exercises.
B. Because she drinks too much milk.
C. Because she sleeps too much.
2 B. Very often. B. He can’t stand it. C. Hardly ever. C. He doesn’t like it. （ ）18. How does Mr Black like fruit? （ ）19. Who do you think the woman is? B. She’s an interviewer. B. Three times a week in winter. （ ）25. Why is Jane very fat?
（ ）26. Most people think is good our health.
A. take more exercise; at B. taking more exercise; for
C. taking more exercises; to D. do more exercises; with
（ ）27. The problem is too difficult for him. He can work out the problem, he?
A. hardly ever; hard; does B. hard; hardly; can’t
C. hardly; hard; can D. never; difficult; does
（ ）28. — do you go to see your grandfather a month?
A. How often B. How many times C. How long D. How soon （ ）29. —What are the results “watch TV” survey?
—students like watching TV. A few of them don’t mind it. No one can’t
A. for; Most the B. of; Most of C. for; Most D. of; Most of the （ ）30. The boy is pretty . He always takes part in the classroom .
A. actively; active; activity B. active; an active; activities
C. healthy; an active; activity D. active; active; activities
（ ）31. Eating more vegetables and meat you to keep .
A. less; help; in good health B. less; helps; healthy
C. fewer; help; in good healthy D. less; helps; health
（ ）32. —I him at home, but no one answered the phone.
—he was just outside at that time.
A. tired reaching, May be B. tried to reach; Maybe
C. tried to call; May be D. tried reaching; Maybe
（ ）33. he is so young, he knows a lot.
A. As though; / B. Although; but C. Though; / D. Althought; / （ ）34. My eating habits are different , but the same my father’s.
A. between my mother’s; to B. from my mother; as
C. from my mother’s; as D. to my mother; to
（ ）35. The boss keeps his workers for 10 hours a day. But he is going to
let them have a good rest next week.
A. sometimes; to work; some time B. sometime; working; sometimes
C. sometimes; working; sometime D. some times; work; some time
（ ）36. —I have a sore back.
—Why not down and rest?
A. to lie B. lying C. lie D. lay 3
（ ）37. —The radio says the whether still hot for another days. —Great.
A. get; a few B. stay; few C. last; few D. feel; a few （ ）38. —Would you mind keeping the window ? It’s very cold today.
—Of course not.
A. opening B. open C. closed D. to close （ ）39. —I hope there is with my baby’s ears.
—I hope .
A. no wrong; so B. something wrong; that
C. not wrong; it D. nothing wrong; so
（ ）40. —Thank you for giving me so much on how to learn English well. —My pleasure.
A. advise B. advice C. suggestion D. suggestions Ⅱ. 完形填空。（20分）
…but I’m pretty I every day, usually when I come home from school. My eating habits are pretty good. I try a lot of vegetables, fruit and milk every day. And I eat junk food two or three times a week, although. I love very much. Because traditional Chinese doctors believe we need a balance of yin and yang to out. Maybe I have yang. Chinese doctors believe that yin food like tofu is good for this. I have sleep every night. I look after my health. is easy to have a healthy lifestyle. It helps me to get good grades. Eating diet and exercise help me to study better. （ ） 41. A. in good health B. healthy C. keep healthy D. keep health （ ） 42. A. do exercises B. do exercise C. exercises D. am exercise （ ） 43. A. to eat B. eating C. to have D. haveing （ ） 44. A. them B. it C. they D. their （ ） 45. A. keep us to be healthy B. keep us health
C. be good health D. healthy
（ ） 46. A. too many B. many C. much too D. too much （ ） 47. A. eat more B. eating less C. eating more D. eat less （ ） 48. A. eight hour’s B. eight hours’ C. eight hours’s D. eight hours （ ） 49. A. That B. This C. It D. It’s （ ） 50. A. a balance B. balanced C. a balanced D. balance
Now and then we all sick. Then we should call a doctor. Doctors know a lot about what makes us But sometimes the doctor’s medicine don’t sick person does not get well. The he was 4
not getting well, so he found a new “doctor”—inside himself. This doctor was his own sense of humor. He watched funny he read funny books. And something happened. Laughing took his pain. Then he was able to sleep and rest. His own happy feeling helped him to well again. And he told his story in a book. He said that was his best medicine. His doctor thinks so, too. It may you. But more and more people are getting well in this happy and well. （ ） （ ） （ ） （ ） （ ） （ ） （ ） （ ） （ ） （ ） （ ） （ ） （ ） （ ） （ ）
51. A. turn 52. A. happy 53. A. eat 54. A. too 55. A. use 56. A. pain 57. A. And 58. A. movies 59. A. terrible 60. A. away 61. A. look 62. A. laugh 63. A. surprise 64. A. hospital 65. A. to stay
B. get B. hungry B. drink B. again B. take B. trouble B. Because B. stories B. sad B. off B. feel
B. laughable B. help B. street B. stays
Mr. Black smokes a lot. He is quite thin. He can easily catch a cold in winter. He coughs a lot when he has a cold.
One day, he had a bad cold and he had to see the doctor. “What is wrong with you, Mr. Black?” Doctor Smith asked him, “Oh, I’m feeling ill today. I think I … ” He couldn’t speak any more and began to cough terribly. The doctor looked over him very carefully and said, “I’m sorry to say something is wrong with your lung. You must stop smoking at once.” After hearing what the doctor said, Mr. Black felt very sad. Because he has smoked for many years, it’s not easy for him to give up smoking. He has tried to give up smoking many times, but he failed at last.
The doctor told him that he could do it gradually (逐渐地). He could smoke one cigarette only after every meal. Mr. Black agreed.
Several month later, the doctor met Mr. Black again in the street. He was quite happy when he saw Mr. Black.
“You look healthier and fatter than before. You do what I told you, don’t you?”
C. are C. sick C. do C. also C. work C. problem C. Also C. pictures C. wonderful C. up C. keep C. laughing C. relax C. way C. staying
D. got D. angry D. take D. back D. know D. doctor D. But D. radios D. important D. out D. bring D. laugher D. need D. help D. stay
“Of course, doctor, you told me to smoke only after every meal. I have to eat thirteen or fourteen meals a day.”
（ ）66. What’s wrong with Mr. Black?
A. There is something wrong with his tooth.
B. There is something wrong with his stomachache.
C. There is something wrong with his lung.
D. There is something wrong with his head.
（ ）67. Why can’t Mr. Black give up smoking?
A. Because he has smoked for many years.
B. Because he doesn’t want to do so.
C. Because his wife doesn’t want him to do so.
D. We don’t know.
（ ）68. Which of the following is true?
A. He is strong and healthy. B. He is thin and kind of unhealthy.
C. He is in good health. D. He has a healthy lifestyle.
（ ）69. What did the doctor tell Mr. Black to do?
A. To have four meals a day. B. To smoke only after every meal.
C. Smoke three times a day. D. To stop smoking.
（ ）70. How many cigarettes do you think Mr. Black smokes every day?
A. Four of five. B. Nine or ten.
C. We don’t know. D. Thirteen of fourteen.
The cost of medical (医疗) care in the United Sates is very high. The time and money that doctors spend on their medical education (教育) is probably one reason for this problem.
A visit to doctor’s office costs from fifteen to fifty dollars. It is almost impossible for people to pay for the medical care they need. Many people is the United States think that doctors are overpaid. Most doctors, however, disagree. They say that they are required (要求) to study medicine for a long time. Tuition (学费) for many years of medical education costs a lot of money. Doctors say that it is necessary for most medical students to borrow money from bank to pay their tuition. Because their money must be repaid to the bank, young doctors need to receive a lot of money from their work. So they charge (收费) people high prices for medical care.
Therefore (因此), it is possible that high cost of medical care in America is unnecessary (没必要). Because high tuition is one cause of high costs. One way to lower costs would be to have medical schools that are free or have low tuition.
（ ）71. The word “tuition” in the passage probably refers to (指代) .
A. the money spent on books B. studying the courses
C. payment for education D. living at school
（ ）72. The reason for the high medical cost told in the passage is that .
A. tuition in medical school is high B. the price of medicine is high
C. doctors are overpaid D. doctors must pay money to the banks （ ）73. One way to lower the cost of medical care would be .
A. not to see a doctor
B. to pay doctors less money
C. to let medical students have free or partly free medical education
D. to forbid (禁止) doctors to ask their patients (病人) for too much money.
（ ）74. The main idea of the article is that .
A. a visit to a doctor’s office may cost as much as $ 15 to $ 50 in the United States
B. the cost of medical care is the main reason for the high costs in the United States
C. medical care in the United States costs a lot of money because doctors want to be rich
D. the high cost of tuition in medical schools is one reason for the high cost of medical care in America
（ ）75. The cost of medical care in the United States is very high. What does the writer think
A. He agrees that doctors are overpaid.
B. He thinks it is a big problem and suggests a way to settle (解决) it.
C. He doesn’t think the medical students should borrow money from banks.
D. He doesn’t think it necessary for the medical students to study for a long time.
Perhaps you have heard a lot about the Internet, but what is it?
The Internet is many different networks around the world. A network is a group of computers put together. These networks joined together are called the Internet.
Maybe that doesn’t sound interesting. But when we’ve joined the Internet, there are lots of things we can do. We can have a lot of interest on the World Wide Web (www). We can use the Internet instead of a library to find all kinds of information for our homework. We can find information about our favourite sports or film stars and do shopping on the Internet. We can also send messages to other people by e-mail. It is much cheaper and quicker than calling our friends or sending a letter.
Thanks to the Internet, the world is becoming smaller and smaller. People can now work at home with a computer in front, getting and sending the information they need. They can buy or sell whatever they want by the Internet. But do you know 98% of the information is in English? So what will English be like tomorrow?
（ ）76. The passage is mainly about .
A. the Internet B. information C. computers D. e-mail
（ ）77. The quickest and cheapest way for people to send messages to their friends is .
A. by post B. by e-mail C. by telephone D. by TV 7
（ ）78. The Internet can NOT be used to .
A. find information for our homework
B. get some information about our favourite sports stars
C. do some shopping
D. do our housework
（ ）79. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. The Internet is a big computer.
B. The Internet is lots of computer networks.
C. The Internet is very helpful.
D. People can work at home with the help of the Internet.
（ ）80. What does the writer try to tell us with the last two sentences?
A. The Internet is more and more popular.
B. All the information is in English.
C. English is important in using the Internet.
D. Every computer must join the Internet.
Ⅵ. 阅读短文填词。（10分） This is an old English saying (谚语). Have you heard of it before? It means that we must be rich (wealthy) and clever (wise).
This is true. The body must have enough to be healthy. Children of young age sleep every night. Children who do not have enough sleep cannot do t the body strong.
Exercise also the blood to move around inside the body. This is very important. Our blood takes food to all parts of our body. The head also needs blood. Exercise helps us to t 8