( ) 1. Where has Kangkang been?
A. Cuba. B. Mount Huang C. An English training school.
( ) 2. Who has ever told stories to the disabled children?
A. Rita. B. Kangkang. C. Maria.
( ) 3. Which country has the smallest population in the dialogue?
A. China. B. The U.S.A. C. India.
( ) 4. Why does Li Ming want to live in a small town?
A. He can go shopping easily. B. The transportation is excellent.
C. The air is clean and fresh.
( ) 5. How long has Steve read the story book?
A. Eight hours. B. Ten hours. C. Two hours.
( ) 6. What are they talking about?
A. Soil pollution. B. Noise pollution. C. Air pollution.
( ) 7. What’s the book about?
A. Saving electricity. B. The environment. C. Saving material.
( ) 8. What kind of bags does the woman use for shopping?
A. Basket. B. Recycled plastic. C. New plastic.
( ) 9. What made her uncomfortable?
A. Light pollution. B. Water pollution. C. Noise pollution.
( ) 10. What does the woman mean?
A. She’s sad. B. She’s sorry to hear that. C. She’s glad to hear that.
B). 听下面两段对话和一段独白，听完第一段对话后回答第11 – 13 小题；听完第二段对话后回答第14 – 16小题；听完独白后回答第17 – 20 小题。听每段对话或独白前你都有40秒钟的时间阅读各小题。每段对话或独白读两遍。(每小题1分)
( ) 11. How many times has Jack visited London before?
A. Five times. B. Twice. C. Never before.
( ) 12. When will Jack have to return?
A. In two days. B. In three days. C. In four days.
( ) 13. What does Jack think of London?
A. He thinks it’s a wonderful place. B. He doesn’t like here.
C. He doesn’t think it’s a wonderful place.
( ) 14. What day is it tomorrow?
A. Teachers’ Day. B. Tree Planting Day. C. Children’s Day.
( ) 15. What is Lora going to do tomorrow?
A. She is going to the park. B. She is going swimming. C. She is going to plant trees.
( ) 16. When and where is Mike going to meet Lora?
A. At 8:30 outside the school gate. B. At 7:30 outside the school gate.
C. At 7:30 outside the West Hill.
( ) 17. The United Kingdom has a population of A. about 5.9 million B. about 59 million C. about 590 million
( ) 18. Most of the people live in the United Kingdom.
A. in cities and towns B. in the countryside C. near the river
( ) 19. London is a city.
A. quiet B. small C. crowded
( ) 20. Most people live in the in the Scotland.
A. southeast B. middle part C. northeast
( ) 26. — Hello, this is Tom. Is Jack in? — Sorry, he to his uncle’s home. May I take a message?
A. has been B. go C. is going D. has gone
( ) 27. — the population of the U.S.A in 2005?
— It about 296 million.
A. What is; is B. What was; was C. How many is; was D. How many was; is
( ) 28. — Have you returned the library book ?
— Yes, I’ve returned it.
A. already; already B. yet; yet C. already; yet D. yet; already
( ) 29. Miss Gao has taught us English two years. I have been here two years
A. since; for B. since; since C. for; since D. for; for
( ) 30. Li Ming’s mother for 5 years.
A. has died B. died C. has been dead D. has dead
( ) 31. of the students boys in our class. A. One fifth; are B. One fifths; are C. First fifths; is D. One five; is
( ) 32. The world’s population problem will be serious all the countries do something to
A. or B. but C. unless D. and
( ) 33. I don’t understand the text, there are few new words.
A. so B. because C. if D. though
( ) 34. Tom asked me ____I could come to his home for the birthday party on Saturday
A. if B. what C. when D. that
( ) 35. My teacher asked me .
A. what’s my name B. how old I am
C. what I wanted to be in the future D. what does my father do
( ) 36. –I won’t go to Yukio’s birthday this Saturday evening.
--If you don’t, ____________.
A. So do I B. So will I C. Neither do I D. Neither will I
( ) 37. There is ______in the magazine, nobody likes it.
A. something interesting B. nothing interesting
C. anything interesting D. interesting something
( ) 38. –What did the physics teacher say just now?
--She said light _______much faster than sound.
A. traveled B. travels C. is traveling D. was traveling
( ) 39. Trees can prevent the wind the earth away.
A. from blowing B. to blow C. blow D. blows
( ) 40. Work hard, _____you’ll fail the exam.
A. and B. but C. or D. while
三. 完形填空 （25分）
A) 先阅读短文，掌握其大意，然后选择最佳答案填空。 (每小题1分)
What do people do with their old, out-of-date but still useful people don’in people’s homes. Many more old computers. Sony has In some countries, laws are being passed, too. Computer companies will have to pay and recycling their used products. computer waste must be recycled. behind the laws is that computer companies themselves should pay the cost. That will encourage （升级）.
organizations are working to solve this problem. They collect and repair old The computers then go to schools, charities and people who need them. used computer to one of these organizations can turn one person’useful thing and cut down waste, too.
( ) 41. A. Few B. Most C. No D. More
( ) 42. A. put off B. taken away C. put away D. made up
( ) 43. A. the computers B. the rubbish C. money D. houses
( ) 44. A. buildings B. schools C. companies D. offices
( ) 45. A. a few of B. a little C. a number of D. too much
( ) 46. A. throw B. recycle C. sell D. buy
( ) 47. A. collecting B. collect C. repairing D. repair
( ) 48. A. Two-thirds B. Many C. Few D. None
( ) 49. A. way B. advice C. idea D. reason
( ) 50. A. making B. make C. to make D. made
( ) 51.A. other B. another C. the others D. others
( ) 52. A. Hundreds of B. Hundred C. Thousands D. Million of
( ) 53. A. to use B. to recycle C. to study D. to buy
( ) 54. A. Buying B. Giving C. Borrowing D. Lending
( ) 55. A. someone else B. nobody else C. anyone else’s D. someone else’s
Yang Liang is a student in Grade Two in the First Elementary School in Rongcheng. His father when he was three. His grandfather bed for many years. His mother worked so that she is ill now. She will not money for her family. The family is in ’t go to school other students. When the local government knew the things, they took 10, 000 yuan . Yang Liang needn’t any money for school. When the famous ping-pong player Deng Yaping knew this, she 四、阅读理解：（40分）
Life in the 21st century will be different from life in the 20th century, because many changes will take place in the new century. But what will the changes be?
The population is growing fast. There will be more and more people in the world and most of them will live longer than before. Computers will be much smaller and more useful, and there will be at least one in every home. And computer studies will be one of the most important subjects in schools.
People will work fewer hours than they did in the 20th century, and they will have more free time for sports, watching TV and traveling. Traveling will be much cheaper and easier. And more people will go to other countries for holidays.
There will be changes in our food, too. More land will be used for buildings, new towns and houses. Then there will be less room for cows and sheep, so meat will be more expensive. Maybe no one will eat it every day, instead, they eat more vegetables and fruit. Maybe people will be healthier.
Work in the future will be different, too. Dangerous and hard work will be done by robots(机器人). Because of this, many people will not have enough work to do. This will be a new problem.
( ) 66. People may not have as much as they did in the 20th century.
A. fruit B. milk C. bread D. meat
( ) 67. In the 21st century people don’t have to A. travel B. work fast C. work long hours D. eat meat
( ) 68. In the 21st century there will be A. more cows and sheep B. more people
C. fewer people D. fewer buildings and houses
A. Mexico City B. Los Angeles C. Calcutta D. Bombay
( ) 70. The number of the students studying in high schools in Tokyo out of 100 students is the
same as that of A. Seoul B. St. Paul C. Calcutta D. Osaka
( ) 71. In which city do all the houses have water and electricity?
A. London. B. Los Angeles. C. New York. D. Bombay.
( ) 72. It is the most difficult for people in to make a phone call.
A. St Paul B. Mexico City C. Bombay D. Calcutta
Our factories and homes burn coal and oil. Every year we have forest fires somewhere. Many scientists believe that the weather is changing.
The earth will perhaps be warmed by about 7℃ at the South Pole(极) and the North Pole. The ice will be melt(融化). The sea level(平面) will rise by about 7 meters. As a result, water will cover cities like London, Tokyo and New York. Some ports(港口) and towns along the coasts will disappear under water.
Some other scientists think that the dust, smoke and pollution from coal, wood and oil fires will block out(封闭) the ultraviolet rays(紫外线). Then the earth will become colder and great sheets of ice will cover Europe and North America.
When chemicals in the air mix with rain, we have acid(酸) rain. Acid rain can bring us great harm. It destroys(破坏) forests and kills life in lakes and rivers.
People are beginning to see how serious the problem is. They find it important to work with nature instead of against it. They are trying to save the earth in many different ways. But one of the most important things to do is to make people understand that saving the earth is saving ourselves.
( ) 73. Some scientists believe that
A. the earth is growing warmer B. we need coal in our forests
C. we can find oil in our forests D. we have to burn down the forests every year
( ) 74. Ice at the poles will if the earth gets warmer.
A. become thicker by seven meters B. cover cities like London and Tokyo
C. raise the sea level by 7 degrees D. become water and make the sea rise
( ) 75. Acid rain can .
A. bring great changes in our weather B. kill pests(害虫) in lakes and forests
C. kill the fish in rivers and lakes D. cover Europe and North America
( ) 76. What can we learn from the third paragraph?
A. The dust together with pollution from coal, wood and oil fires will bring us more heat from the sun.
B. The ultraviolet rays will come more because of the dust and pollution from fires.
C. According to the scientists, the change in weather hardly has anything to do with the pollution.
D. As a result of the dust and pollution from coal, wood and oil fires, the earth will become colder.
It was two months before Christmas, when nine-year-old Almie Rose told her father and me that she wanted a new bike, Her Barbie bike was just too old, and it needed repairing as well.
As Christmas came nearer, her dream for a bike seemed to disappear, so we thought, for she didn't mention it again. We were busy buying some beautiful story books, a doll house, a holiday dress and toys. Then much to our surprise, on December 24, she said she really wanted a bike more than anything else.
Now we didn't know what to do. It was just too late. We were busy with Christmas dinner and packing children’s presents, parents’ presents, a brother’s present and friends’ presents till midnight. So there was no time to take to buy the “right bike” for our little girl. Thinking that we were parents who would make their child unhappy, we felt ashamed and sad.
Suddenly my husband had an idea. “What if I make a little bike out of clay(泥土)and write a note that she could trade in（交换）the model bike for a real one?” So he spent the next five hours carefully working with clay to make a small bike.
On Christmas morning, we were so excited for Almie Rose to open the little box with the beautiful red and white clay bike and the note. She opened and read the note loudly. She looked at me and Ron and said, “So, does this mean I can trade in this bike for a real one?” Smiling, I said, “Yes.” Almie Rose had tears in her eyes when she replied, “I would never trade in this beautiful bike that Daddy made me. I prefer to keep it rather than get a real bike.” At that moment, we would have moved the God to buy her every bike on the earth.
( ) 77. What did Rose want to do most on Christmas Day?
A. Receive a new bike. B. Buy a holiday dress.
C. Get a gift made by her father. D. Repair her old Barbie bike.
( ) 78.From the passage, we can infer(推断 A. Rose's father liked making things
B. Rose's father decided to buy her a bike later
C. Rose's parents forgot to buy her a present
D. Rose's parents paid no attention to her
( A. still wanted to get a real bike B. didn't know the meaning of the note
C. preferred a real bike to the model one
D. was greatly moved by what her father had done
( ) 80. What's the best title(标题) of this passage?
A. An Unusual Experience B. A Special Present
C.A Clay Bike D. Careless Parents
From June 1 this year, plastic bags were no longer free in stores and supermarkets. What do people use to hold their shopping now? What do they think of the new rule?
The students of Beijing 101 Middle School did a survey to find the answer. With the help of the Sony Company, they designed a questionnaire (问卷) and made their own shopping bags. On June 5, the students gave the bags away to people in the street. Anyone who wanted a free bag had to fill in a questionnaire.
Li Xuan, 14, one of the students said that most of the people were middle-aged and elderly. They said they were "optimistic (乐观的)" about the future of shopping bags. But these people also said there was a problem with getting a bag if you couldn't make one yourself. They said that shopping bags in supermarkets are too expensive. They said a reasonable price for a shopping bag is about two yuan.
Zhang Yue, 16, another student, said that people also care about the quality of the shopping bag and how much it can hold. Young people, however, want their bags to be nice and to look cool. Currently, most supermarkets' shopping bags only have the store's brand (商标).
81. Can people get free plastic bags in stores and supermarkets now?
82. Who did a survey about the shopping bags?
83. What do people think of the shopping bags in supermarkets now?
84. Besides the price, what else do people care about the shopping bags?
85. What do young people want their bags to be?
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1. M: Where have you been during the summer holiday, Rita?
W: I’ve been to Mount Huang with my parents. I know Jane has been to Cuba. What about you, Kangkang?
M: I’ve been to an English training school.
2. M: Maria, have you ever worked for the disabled children?
W: Yes, I have cleaned their rooms. My friend Rita has told stories to them. How about you, Kangkang?
M: I have fed the disabled children.
3. M: Which country has the largest population, do you know?
W: China does. And India is second with 1.1 billion.
M: What’s the population of the U.S. A.?
W: 296 million.
4. M: Sally, where do you want to live, in a small town or a big city?
W: In a big city. I can go shopping easily, and the transportation is excellent. What about you, Li Ming?
M: I prefer to live in the small town . The air is clean and fresh.
5. W: What are you doing, Steve?
M: Oh, I’m reading a story book. It’s very interesting. I began at 8:00.
W: Oh, it’s a long time. You see, it’s 10:00 now.
6. W: Breathing polluted air is harmful to human’s health.
M: I agree with you.
7. M: I’ve written a book on the environment.
W: That’s great. We should spread the message about protecting the environment.
8. M: What kind of bags do you use for shopping?
W: Recycled plastic.
9. W: I don’t feel very well. I’m always in a bad mood.
M: I’m afraid there’s too much traffic here. It makes you uncomfortable.
10. M: The government has done something useful to reduce or control the pollution.
W: Great. I hope everything stays fine.
B). 听下面两段对话和一段独白，听完第一段对话后回答第11 – 13 小题；听完第二段对话后回答第14 – 16小题；听完独白后回答第17 – 20 小题。听每段对话或独白前你都有40秒钟的时间阅读各小题。每段对话或独白读两遍。(每小题1分)
W: Hi! Jack. Nice to see you here.
M: Nice to see you, too.
W: How long have you been in London?
M: Oh, only a few days. We came four days ago, and I’m sorry to say we have to return in three days.
W: Is this your first visit?
M: It’s my wife’s first visit, but I’ve been here five times before. I have to come over once a year on business.
W: And what do you think of London?
M: Oh, I think it’s a wonderful place. I feel quite at home in London.
M: Hi, Lora. What day is it tomorrow?
W: It’s Tree Planting Day, Mike.
M: What are you going to do on Tree Planting Day?
W: Our class want to plant trees on the West Hill.
M: Good. It’s good to plant trees because trees can make air fresh. But how to get to the West Hill?
W: By bus.
M: Can I go with you?
W: Of course. It’s our duty to plant more trees. You can join us at 7:30 tomorrow morning. Let’s meet outside our school gate.
M: All right. I’ll be there on time. See you tomorrow!
W: See you!
There are about 59 million people in the United Kingdom. This is a big population for such a small country. But the large parts of the country have few people. Most of the population is crowded in the big cities and developed areas. About 53.1 million people live in cities and towns. Only about 5.9 million people live in the countryside. Today very few people—about 1.18 million are farmers and farm workers.
England has much more people. About 46 million people live in England. Of course, about 14 million people live in London and the southeast. London is now a city of about 7 million people. Most of Scotland’s 6 million people live in the center.
China has developed so fast in recent years. I can feel it myself. I remember something about ten years ago. When I was in my childhood, my family didn’t have many kinds of food to eat. We could only eat a few fruits and vegetables. We didn’t get a chance to wear new clothes or eat meat except during the Spring Festival. People did nothing except playing cards in their spare time. But now our life has got much better. Not only do we have all kinds of food to eat, but also we can eat all kinds of fruits and vegetables. If we want to, we can wear new clothes every day. What’s more, our life of spirit becomes richer. In our spare time, we can do many things to relax ourselves, such as go traveling and do some sports.
1-5 CABCC 6-10 CBBCC 11-15 ABABC 16-20 BBACB
21.vegetables 22.kinds 23. Festival 24. cards 25. traveling
26-30 DBDCC 31-35 ACDAC 36-40 DBBAC
41-45 BCBCC 46-50 BAACC 51-55 DABBD
56. died 57.has been 58.hard 59.make 60.need
61. like 62.to help 63.study 64.pay 65.decided
66-70 DCBBD 71-75 ADADC 76-80 DABDB
81. No, they can’t.
82. The students of Beijing 101 Middle School.
83. They are too expensive.
84. The quality of the shopping bag and how much it can hold.
85. They want their bags to be nice and to look cool.
The Population Problem
The population problem is one of the most serious problems in the world today. China has the largest population in the world.
If population grows too fast, it will bring lots of serious troubles. Overpopulation makes the traffic crowded. It makes the environment terrible. So we must try our best to control the population.