A. 在下列每小题内，你将听到一个或两个句子并看到供选择的A、B、C三幅图 画。找出与你所听句子内容相匹配的图画。
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B B B B C C C C 1
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A B C
( ) 6.Q: When is spring?
A．It comes after winter and before summer.
B. It comes with the cold days.
C. It goes after the autumn days.
( ) 7.Q: What are they talking about?
A. Math homework.
B. English homework.
C. PE lesson.
( ) 8. Q: Which is the capital city of the US?
A. New York.
B. A bigger and busier city.
C. Washington D.C.
( ) 9.Q: What sport does Daming like?
( ) 10.Q: Why was the girl late for school today?
A. Because there was a road accident.
B. Because she was badly ill.
C. Because she got up late in the morning.
( ) 11.Q: What is Betty going to see?
A. An English film.
B. A basketball match.
C. The traditional Beijing Opera.
( ) 12.Q: What place did Steve visit last night?
A. Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.
C. Big Ben
( ) 13.Q: What is the program ―Animal World‖ about this week?
( ) 14. Q: What is Lao She famous for?
A. His works of art.
B. His play ―Teahouse‖.
C. His science invention.
( ) 15. Q: Where is Shen Zhen?
A. On the coast near Hong Kong.
B. On the coast near Shanghai.
C. On the coast near Qingdao.
( ) 16. Q: Why did the tourists want to go to the top of the Empire State Building?
A. Because they want to see all the city from there.
B. Because they want to enjoy the cool air on the top.
C. Because they want to have a rest on the top.
( ) 17.Q: What did Tony he see at the theatre?
A. He saw a wonderful film.
B. He saw a play.
C. He saw an opera.
( ) 18. Q: What does Tony think of the hotels he stayed in?
A. The cheapest one.
B. The most comfortable one.
C. The most expensive one.
( ) 19. Q: Why were the penguins far away from home?
A. They swam there.
B. Maybe the warm water carried them there.
C. Scientists took them there.
( ) 20. Q: How did the younger penguins get back home at last?
A. They went back home by ship.
B. They walked back home by themselves.
C. They swam behind the older ones.
( ) 21. Shen Zhen is ________ newer city than Hong Kong. ________ population of
Shen Zhen is over ten million.
A. a; An B. a; The C. the; An D. X; The
( ) 22.Pandas do not have many babies, and baby pandas often die. The ________
is getting very difficult.
A. symbol B. research C. matter D. situation
( ) 23. A journey by plane is ________ than by any other way of transportation. So
I like flying to other cities of the world.
A. more exciting B. exciting
C. most exciting D. very exciting
( )24. To learn English well, it’s a good idea to spell and pronounce new words
________ every day.
A. loud B. loudly C. aloud D. louder
( ) 25. Tony answered all the questions ________ the most difficult one.
A. besides B. except for C. not D. except
( ) 26. We went to see the Beijing Opera at Lao She Teahouse. Lingling ________ to
take us there.
A. forgot B. practiced C. offered D. advised
( ) 27. I _____________ some of my free time playing basketball for my school team.
A. spend B. cost C. take D. pay
( ) 28. It’s very useful to ________ the correct answers next to the mistakes.
A. take away B. look up C. set up D. write down
( ) 29. There’s ________ rain in the South China this summer.
A. far from B. in danger C. plenty of D. at last
( ) 30. It’s a good choice to go to school by bike, but it’s ________, because there’s so
A. a bit dangerous B. more dangerous
C. the most dangerous D. dangerously
( ) 31. —How was your summer holiday, Tony?
—________. I went to US for sightseeing.
A. Oh, thanks B. Pretty good
C. More comfortable D. It doesn’t matter.
( ) 32.We should do something to help animals ________ in their homes in peace.
A. living B. lives C. live D. to living
( ) 33. –Writing is also important. Why not try to find some English pen friends?
--________. I’ll do that.
A. That’s a good idea.
C. That’s too slow.
A. the most enjoyable
C. very enjoyable
A. watching B. more enjoyable D. enjoyably C. to watch D. to watching B. protect C. to protect D. protects ( ) 35. Nothing is ________ than playing tennis, but you’ll be tired if you join in the B. That’s funny D. It will be no good. ( ) 34. Let’s find out what other things we can do ________ as many animals as ( ) 36. We only planned ________ for an hour, but in the end, we stayed for 3 hours. B. watched
( ) 37. Now, there isn’t ________ clean water for animals. I think we should do
something to help them.
A. enough B. more C. usual D. possible
( ) 38. –Who’s got a digital camera? We’d better take some pictures.
--________. Let’s go and ask the teacher.
A. win B. beat C. defeat D. succeed
( ) 40. The fan club has fewer people this year and we hope to have ________ fans
around to watch the matches.
A. many B. most C. much D. more
Many people like to travel by plane, but I don’t like it because an airport is usually far from the city. You have to get there early and wait for ________(41)for the plane to take off and it is often late. You can’t ________(42) the window. You can’t choose the food. Planes are fast, but they still ________(43)hours to go out of the airport and into cities.
I like traveling ________(44), I think trains are ________(45) than any of the other ways of traveling. Railway stations are usually in cities. When you are late for a train, you can catch ________(46) one. You can walk around in the train ________(47)open the windows. You can see many interesting things on your way. I know it takes a little ________(48) time.
5 B. No idea C. Don’t worry D. Bad luck ( ) 39. The fans will cheer us on loudly and we will feel more confident to________
I also like cars. You can start your journey ________(49) you want to, and you don’t need to get to a railway station or a bus station. Also you can carry many things with you in a car. But sometimes there are ________(50) many cars on the road.
( ) 41. A. days ( ) 42. A. put
( ) 43. A. spend ( ) 45. A. taller ( ) 47. A. also ( ) 48. A. more ( ) 50. A. very
B. years B. open B. cost B. by bus B. slower B. then B. worse B. after B. hardly
C. months C. take C. take C. safer C. other C. yet C. better C. when C. even
D. hours D. clean D. pay D. by bike D. wider D. others D. and D. fewer D. until D. too
( ) 44. A. by train ( ) 46. A. the other
C. on foot
( ) 49. A. although
Korean culture is really exciting right now. The Korean Wave is sweeping Asian countries including China. Young people are going crazy about Korean TV dramas, Korean pop songs, taekwondo and the Korean language.
The Korean Wave started a few years ago with the TV series “Winter Sonata”. This love story is still popular. People, especially girls, like the beautiful story and handsome actors like Bae Yong Jun (裴勇俊).
In the music world, Korean girls are making themselves heard in China. You can often find big Korean names like Baby Vox, S. E. S and Finkle at the top of the Chinese music charts (排行榜).
The Korean Wave has also made young people want to try the clothes and hairstyles of pop stars, too. Not only that. Now some girls in China are having plastic surgery (整容) to change the way they look. People say some beautiful Korean stars have had plastic surgery. These stars don’t make plastic surgery look shameful (丢面子的).
Are all the faces of beautiful Korean girls not real? Find out for yourself when you next visit South Korea.
51. What does the Korea Wave refer to? It refers to ____. A. Korean TV dramas B. Korean culture C. Korean language D. Korean actors
52. When did the Korean Wave start? It started with ____.
A. the Korean pop songs
C. the TV series ―Winter Sonata‖
D. the Korean food
53. Who is the famous actor in Korean dramas?
A. Bae Yong Jun
B. Baby Vox
C. S. E. S
54. Korean stars often change their looks by ____.
A. singing pop songs
B. acting in TV dramas
C. trying different food
D. having plastic surgery
55. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Winter Sonata tells a very famous love story.
B. Young people like Korean pop stars’ clothes and hairstyles.
C. Chinese girls also want to try plastic surgery.
D. Korean pop stars think plastic surgery is shameful.
On a cold winter afternoon, Susan was walking home from a supermarket.
She was feeling a little tired, as she was carrying her shopping bags. They were so heavy that she decided to have a rest in the park. She walked towards the gate of the park. She noticed a poor man walking out of a restaurant in front of her. The man was holding a paper bag. He walked to a rubbish bin(箱) and started looking through it.
Susan suddenly felt sad. She knew this man would take all that he could get, so she went up to him and gave him some fruit. The man looked up in surprise and took what she gave him．
A big smile appeared on his face and she felt very happy．Then he said, ―Wow! First someone gave me this sandwich, then the orange juice, and now some delicious fruit. This is my daughter’s lucky day. Thank you, girl.‖ Then he went away, singing a song.
Just then, Susan understood what the saying ―Giving is getting‖ really
meant．Everyone in the world needs help; everyone can offer help and everyone will be helped by showing kindness.
Giving sometimes doesn’t cost much, but it means a lot to the people who you help. 7
The man’s happiness at that moment comes into Susan’s mind every time she has the chance to help others.
( ) 56.Susan felt a little tired because she ________．
A. walked so fast C. felt cold A. sad
B. looked through a rubbish bin D. carried heavy shopping bags B. surprised D. kind B. some fruit ( ) 57.The poor man felt ________ when Susan gave him some fruit． C. interested A. orange juice C. a new coat
( ) 58.The poor man’s daughter couldn’t get ________that day． D. a sandwich ( ) 59. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. The poor man had no money to buy food for his daughter． B. It was the poor man’s daughter’s birthday． C. The poor man asked Susan for some fruit． D. The poor man’s daughter was ill． A. giving means taking C. we shouldn’t look through rubbish bins D. we should give others fruit
Long, long ago there was a very foolish thief. Do you know what he did one day? When he wanted to steal the bell on his neighbor’s door, he walked up to the door, took hold of the bell and pulled hard. The bell made a very loud noise. The thief was afraid and went home.
Then he sat down to think, ―I must do something about the noise,‖ he said. He
thought and thought. At last he had an idea. ―Ah, I’ll put some cotton in my ears. Then I won’t be able to hear the noise.‖ The next day he went to the door of his neighbor, and took hold of the bell. This time he pulled even harder. The bell rang loudly, but the thief did not hear anything. With another hard pull he got the bell out. Just then the neighbor came running out.
―Steal my bell? I’ll teach you a lesson ,‖ the angry man shouted. And he hit the thief on the nose.
The foolish thief did not know how the neighbor found out he was stealing the bell. ―Why did he come out just then?‖ he wanted to know.
8 ( ) 60.The passage mainly tells us that________． B. giving is getting
( ) 61. The thief was trying to get________ .
A. his neighbor B. his neighbor’s doorbell
D. a door with a bell on it C. some cotton
for him to steal the doorbell.
A. safe B. difficult C. dangerous D. easy
( ) 63. The neighbor ran out probably because ________.
A. he knew his doorbell was being stolen
B. he thought someone was eager to visit him
C. He realized something strange happened
D. Both B and C
( ) 64. The neighbor hit the thief to________.
A. give him lessons B. punish him for stealing
C. help him with the bell D. be his teacher
( ) 65. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. The thief understood why he was hit on the nose.
B. The thief knew why the neighbor came out.
C. The thief thought the neighbor could not hear the bell.
D. The thief didn’t want to know why the neighbor ran out just at
the time he stole the doorbell.
Tony: Hi, Tony speaking.
Daming: Hi, Tony. It’s Daming. ___________________(66)
Tony: Oh, it’s very of you to ask me. ___________________(67)
Daming: It’s about animals in danger, and what the government is
doing to protect them.
9 ( ) 62. The thief put some cotton in his ears. He thought it would be________
Tony: Oh, I’d like to see it. I’m doing my homework about that.
Daming: At eight o’clock.
Daming: At half past seven, outside the school gate.
Tony: OK. ___________________(70)
Daming: See you.
I want to __________ _________advice about how to learn oral English.
Betty’s home is __________ _________ school, so she goes to school by bus.
In order to protect the wild animals, the government is__________ _________ nature parks and developing other plans.
We all arrive at school as early as we can __________ _________ we can start our work on time.
We’ll use this room soon, please __________ _________ all these chairs.
According to a new report, students’ safety(安全) has become a big problem. Now in some cities of China, many schools start a new lesson: Self-protection. Students like this lesson because there are no exams or boring classes. And they can learn how to save themselves and know how to stop danger before it really happens.
Mr. Lin, a teacher from Jixian, gives young students some advice on how to face (面对) danger.
? If you are in a traffic accident
If a car hits you, you should remember the car number. If it is a bicycle, try to call your parents before you let the rider go. This is because you don’t know how seriously you are hurt.
? If it is raining hard and there is lightning
Don’t stay in high places and stay away from trees.
? When there is a fire
Get away as fast as you can. Put wet things on your body and try to find an exit. Don’t take the lift.
? If someone is drowning
If you can’t swim, don’t get into water. Cry out for help. Remember that danger is never as far away as you think. Take care or yourself at all times!
? If you are robbed (抢劫)
Keep calm. If you can not cry for help or run away, give the robber your money.
Once there was an old farmer. He had a horse. The horse was almost as old as the farmer himself. He set out one morning with his son to sell the horse b___________ (81) it died. Father and son walked, because the farmer did not want the horse to be too tired. They met two men on the r___________ (82) who said, "Why are you walking, farmer? You have a horse, It's a long w___________ (83) to market(市场). " The farmer know that this was true, so he rode on the horse, while his son w___________ (84). Then they met two old women, "What are you doing up there, farmer? Can't you see how tired the boy is?" So the farmer got ___________ (85), and his son rode the horse
Next, three old men s___________ (86) them, one said, "Why are you walking, farmer? Get up, It's t___________ (87) hot for an old man like you to walk today," So the farmer got up b___________ (88) his son, and they rode on. Some time later, a young woman passed them, "Why aren't you walking?" she asked, "It isn't f___________ (89)to the market. Give your poor horse a rest." So the farmer, and his son, got down once again. It is a fact that you cannot please a___________ (90) the people all the time.
91. 假设你是中国野生动物保护协会的成员(Member of CWCA)。请你根据以下要点 11
a) 上世纪（last century）, 蓟县北部山区
d) 你建议建立蓟县自然公园来保护它们，尽量不杀野生动物，也不吃野生动物。 参考词汇：
狼 wolf (复数wolves)；蓟县北部山区forests in the north of Jixian； 野生动物 wild animals; 种庄稼、盖房子 plant crops and build houses
Jixian: Wild animals in danger
Hello, I’m member of CWCA. Last century, there were______________
1—5 CBBAB 6—10 ABCBA
71. ask for 72. far from 73. setting up 74. so that 75. take away
76. Students’ self-protection /Students’ Safety / How to face danger
77. traffic accidents
Jixian: Wild animals in danger
Last century, there were many wild animals like wolves in the forests in the north of Jixian. But nobody see them because they are in great danger. Why? The number of the wolves is getting smaller and smaller (There are fewer and fewer wolves in the forests there).They have no food to eat and people are killing them.
People plant crops and build houses in their homes, they have no home now. So we suggest that the government set up nature parks to protect them. And we should try to do something to stop people killing them, and do not eat them.
78. remember the car number 80. appearance / looks/ face 83. way 88. behind 84. walked 85. down 89. far 90. all 11—15 CACBA 16—20 ABCBC 21—25BDACD 26—30 CADCA 31—35 BCACB 36—40 CABAD 46—50 BDACD 56—60DBCAB 61—65 BADBD 82. road 87. too