第一部分 选择题（共80分） 一、听力（共二节，计25分）
1. A. There are too many people at this concert.
B. He likes to stand when listening to music.
C. He does not want to the stage.
2. A. She has a fever. B. She has a cough. C. She has a backache.
3. A. Boring. B. Relaxing. C. Exciting.
4. A. Tuesday. B. Wednesday. C. Thursday.
5. A. About one and a half weeks. B. About two and a half weeks.
C. About three and a half weeks.
6. A. A cookbook. B. A guidebook. C. A book on art history.
7. A. On Friday. B. On Saturday. C. On Sunday.
8. A. By bike. B. On foot. C. By bus.
9. A. After-class reading. B. Favorite movies. C. Favorite subject
10. When does the man get the reply?
A. By this Friday. B. Tomorrow. C. Next week.
11. How does the man feel about the chance of getting the job?
A. Bored. B. Confident. C. Puzzled.
12. When are the speakers going to see the movie?
A. On Friday. B. On Saturday. C. On Sunday.
13. Which movie are the speakers going to see?
A. The one at 4:30 p.m. B. The one at 4:00 p.m.. C. The one at 2:00 p.m.
14. How will the speakers go to the movie theatre?
A. By car. B. By bus. C. On foot.
15. Where did the Johnsons go for a trip?
A. To England. B. To Mexico. C. To Japan.
16. How did the Johnsons feel about the local people?
A. Rude. B. Funny. C. Friendly.
17. What was the Johnsons’ problem?
A. Language. B. Weather. C. Transportation.
18. Where did the girl spend her holiday?
A. In American. B. In South Africa. C. In Australia.
19. What does the girl think of her holiday?
A. Amazing. B. Interesting. C. Frightening.
20. What did the girl and her brother do?
A. They went fishing. B. They went swimming. C. They climbed a mountain.
21. Who wanted to go shark diving?
A. The girl’s father. B. The girl’s mother. C. The girl.
22. What do we know about the speaker’s job?
A. The salary is good. B. The vacation is long. C. The working hours are short.
23. How does the speaker go to work?
A. By car. B. By bus. C. On foot.
24. What do we know about the speaker?
A. He is a little thin. B. He lives in town. C. He has a cat as a pet.
25. What does the speaker usually do on weekends.
A. He plays computer games B. He goes for a walk C. He sleeps and lies on the sofa.
A. was hard-working B. worked hard C. had trouble D. didn’t like D. a lot A. enough B. many C. some
A. get on well with B. take good care of C. be friendly to D. teach… well
29. Police Story 2013 is Jackie Chen’s
A. oldest B. most expensive C. newest D. cheapest their friends because they don’t have to make plans to meet
A. give a ride to B. drive to see C. hang out with D. come over to
31. —Eric, isn’t this book yours?
—Yes, it used to belong to _________, but from now on it isn’t.
A. mine B. me C. my D. I
32. —How many English words have you learnt now?
—We had learnt over 1,500 English words ___________ the end of last week.
A. at B. in C. by D. with
33. — Linda, could you help me? There are __________ for supper.
— Sure, I’ll go and get some.
A. a little meat B. little rice C. a few eggs D. few vegetables
34. —By the way, _____________ is it from your home to the Summer Palace?
—It usually takes me 30 minutes to walk there.
A. How long B. How far C. How soon D. How often
35. —I haven’t seen such beautiful sights.
A. Neither have I B. So have I C. Neither I have D. So I have
36. —What a nice watch!
—My grandpa gave it to me as a gift on my __________ birthday.
A. nine B. ninth C. the ninth D. a ninth
37. —Look at the girl! Is it Susan?
—No, it __________ be her. She has gone back to her hometown.
A. can’t B. mustn’t C. needn’t D. wouldn’t
38. — You must keep the door _______ when you leave your room.
— But I want to get the fresh air. I think I can keep the window ________ instead.
A. close, opened B. open, closed C. closing, open D. closed, open
39. —I can’t always understand when people talk to me in English.
—Why not __________English more after class?
A. practice speaking B. practice writing C. to practice speaking D. to practice writing
40. —You __________ in the south of China, didn’t you?
—Yes, but now I like living here though it’s cold all the year around.
A. are used to living B. were used to living C. used to live D. didn’t use to
41. —Jim, could you tell me if you _____________ our party tomorrow?
—I think I will if I _____________ free.
A. will take part in, will be B. take part in, am
C. will take part in, am D. would take part in, will be
42. —What is the most important for us to learn well as students?
—I think your teacher should ________ carefully in class?
A. be listened B. listen to C. be listening to D. be listened to
43. —The twins are quite different. Sam is wild while Tom is quiet.
—Yeah, Sam is ___________ than Tom.
A. less outgoing B. more outgoing C. much taller D. more serious
44. —Don’t litter the ground, boy. Look at the sign, “Rubbish must be thrown into the dustbin.”
—Sorry, I’ll __________ right now.
A. pick it up B. put it up C. pick up it D. put up it
45. —Would you mind not playing soccer in the street?
—___________. We’ll go and play in the park.
A. Of course. B. Thank you C. Sorry D. It doesn’t matter.
Mrs. Jones was over eighty, but she still drove her old car like a woman half her age. She
of the fact that she had never, in her thirty-five years of 犯规).
Then one day she nearly that she would be punished.
When Mrs. Jones came up to the judge（法官）, he looked at her seriously and said that she probably that her eyes had become weak When the judge had finished what he was was and took out her sewing (针线针) with a very small eye, and threaded it at once.
When she had successfully done this, she took the thread out of the needle again and
handed the needle and the thread to the judge, saying, “Now it is you. I suppose you drive a car, and that you are quite sure about your own eyesight.”
The judge took the needle and tried to thread it. After half a dozen tries, he had still not
succeeded. Mrs. Jones’ record unbroken.
46. A. afraid B. careful C. proud D. full
47. A. about B. on C. to D. for
48. A. kept B. won C. missed D. lost
49. A. watched B. after C. followed D. ran after
50. A. pass B. go C. run D. rush
51. A. sure B. Indeed C. certain D. perhaps
52. A. so B. very C. too D. quite
53. A. light B. lamp C. sign D. one
54. A. with B. Because C. for D. of
55. A. speaking B. saying C. talking D. telling
56. A. holding B. getting C. carrying D. bringing
57. A. took B. brought C. picked D. chose
58. A. both B. all C. neither D. either
59. A. time B. turn C. chance D. job
60. A. was B. kept C. seemed D. remained
61 Thanks to his ___ , Martin Murray in Book Three who caused much trouble has changed a lot.
A. mother B. father C .pen pal D. e-pal
62.__runs the fastest in the world.
A. The cheetah B. The white shark C. The tiger D. The manatee
63.Xi Jinping paid his first visit to ______ in March, 2013.
A. South Africa B. Russia C. Tanzania D. The Republic of Congo 64 In English-speaking countries, ____is unlucky number while ____is unlucky number in China.
A.14;4 B. 13;4 C .11;4 D. 13;0
65.From two to two to two past two means _____ in Chinese .
A.从1:52 到2:02 B.从1:58到2:12 C.从1:58到2:02 D.在1:48和2:18之间
66.If you want to be healthy, you’d better eat _____ too often.
A. take-away food B. ice-cream C. green food D. chocolates
Do you wish you had a magic gourd (葫芦), to help you get everything you want?
You may think twice and say "no" after you watch the planned Disney film "The Secret of the Magic Gourd"!
It's the first project Disney will co-produce in China. Based on (依据) a famous Chinese tale, the film is expected to open next year.
In the story, Wang Bao is a lively and imaginative young boy. He dreams of having something magic to keep him out of trouble at school and in his everyday life.
One day, he finds a real Magic Gourd. The Gourd helps him realize everything he needs or wants to do. He just has to think about it! The Gourd adopts (认) Wang as his master and answers his every call.
The gourd helps Wang catch big fish when he goes fishing. It fixes the boys' models quickly, and always does his homework on time. The boy just sits to wait for everything to happen.
But he slowly learns his wishes come at a price. When the boy wants to borrow a picture book in the library, the book's stolen instantly into his schoolbag. When he wishes to get the answers in an exam, his classmate's paper flies onto his desk! This time the teacher finds out, and Wang's in big trouble.
The gourd brings chaos (混乱) to Wang's life, at school and in his neighbourhood. It's up to Wang to find the courage to give up his secret friend.
Will he make up his mind? Is it too late to return to the way things were? The film will give you the message that working hard to earn things truly matters.
67. The article is written to _____.
A. warn people not to be lazy B. introduce a movie for kids
C. advertise a magic gourd D. tell people how to plant the gourd
68. What does Wang Bao have to do to make the gourd work for him?
A. He has to speak to the gourd. B. He just needs to imagine what he wants
C. He must give him lots of money. D. He thinks there is magic power in the world
69. According to the passage, what happens to Wang Bao at the end of the movie?
A. He gives up the magic gourd. B. He keeps the gourd in his house.
C. The article doesn't say. D. He can't afford to buy such a magic gourd.
Arthur Robert Ashe Jr. was the first African-American player to take part in the international sport of tennis at the highest level of the game. He was born on July 10, 1943.
When Arthur was 6, his mother died. Arthur, with his father and his brother, lived near a large park in Richmond, Virginia. His father was the manager of the park. He took care of the park and made sure everything was right.
Arthur was allowed to play in the park when he was seven years old. He was quite energetic. A swimming pool, tennis courts, and baseball diamonds (棒球场) were in the park. Arthur spent a lot of time playing there. He did well in sports, but he had never tried to play tennis.
He often watched the tennis players. Sometimes there were tennis lessons, and Arthur would watch even more carefully. The young man teaching the lessons noticed Arthur. His name was Ronald Charity.
Mr. Charity asked Arthur if he wanted to learn to play tennis. Arthur was excited and agreed. Arthur
learned very quickly. Mr. Charity found Arthur would grow up to be a good tennis player. By the time he was ten, Arthur won a tournament (联赛). Many older and bigger players came to the park trying to win the prize, but Arthur beat them. He became known as “the kid who could play tennis”.
Arthur grew up to be one of the first successful African-American tennis players. He played and won all over the world.
70. Which question is answered in Paragraph 2?
A. Where did Arthur grow up? B. Why did Arthur like tennis best?
C. When was Arthur born? D. What did Arthur like to do at school?
71. The park offered people all of these EXCEPT ____.
A. tennis B. football C. baseball D. swimming
72. How did Arthur meet Mr. Charity?
A. Arthur’s father asked Mr. Charity to give Arthur tennis lessons.
B. While swimming at the pool, Mr. Charity met Arthur.
C. While teaching tennis, Mr. Charity saw young Arthur.
D. Mr. Charity noticed young Arthur was playing tennis well.
73. What did Arthur do for the first time at the age of ten?
A. He entered the park where his father worked.
B. He copied tennis movements without holding a racket.
C. He pretended to hit a tennis ball back and forth over a net.
D. He played tennis better than players who were older than he was.
Every one should do their homework when they are students. Maybe it’s boring. But they know that is their work. What do you think of homework? Is it boring or interesting? What is foreign students’ homework?
(1)Japan work longer hours, too. Every day 98% of children in Singapore have to work for a long time for their studies. The students in some other countries have the same problems. To do much homework is too boring and tired.
In the United States, Britain, Spain, Turkey, France and other European countries, students work for a short time. It takes them less than one hour. They love their homework and studying.
We can use a word to de scribe American homework. “ Freedom” may be the proper word.(2) It is also the feeling of the students. In China, students have to study all day. They hardly have time to play. However, in America, students don’t have much homework to do.(3) They know how to learn and what to learn. They love learning more than Chinese students. They have enough time to read books they like and do what they like.
So we find a problem: students in Asia have more homework. But students in Europe and the
United States have less homework.
Bad stress makes you feel alone, and see the world as a dangerous place. That anxiety(忧虑)can lead to lack of sleep, feeling of hopelessness and even illness
When you feel worried, one way to begin to feel better is to make a list. List all your problems that bother you and number them. Try to find out the root of what’s bothering you
Finding a pal is another way. Share your list with someone you can trust, such as a family member, teacher or schoolmate. Talking through what’s bothering you helps you in many ways. You no longer have to feel alone with your problems and you can get advice from your pal as well
Look at this list and ask yourself: What do I have to do? And what do I like to do? Finally, ask: What items on this list can go? With your pal’s help, talk to your parents about ways to balance the “musts” with the “likes”. Then you know what is the most important to you at the moment
A Brown and Columbia universities study showed that kids who get at least 10 hours of sleep deal better with everyday problems. A National Sleep Foundation report points out that teens, too, need more rest: lack of sleep can harm them and make them can’t handle stress. So having a good rest also helps
81.I have a ________(多余) ticket for the film. Do you want to go with me?
82.—Which is a ________(行星), the sun or the earth?
83.How much do you ________ (称??重量)?
84.All of us should make our earth a cleaner and less ________ (被污染的) place to live.
85.It takes great patience to ________ (教育) children.
86.Everybody is here today; the class is ________ (完整的).
A: Miss Li wants us to hand in our compositions next Monday. 87. _______________.
B: Yes, I have.
A: Oh, really? 88. ____________________________.
B: It is about the population of China.
A: That is a quite difficult topic. 89. ____________________________.
B: I got the information from a report on the Internet. It says that our country's population is still
increasing by 16 million a year. And it will grow to 1.5 billion by 2033.
A: That is really a serious problem. 90. ____________________________.
B: Yes, I think so. But luckily, the government is carrying out one-child policy to control the population. A: Will you support the policy?
B: 91. ___________________________.
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