1. A. She can’t play tennis.
B. She doesn’t want to go with the boy.
C. She doesn’t believe the boy will beat Tom
2. A. On TV. B. In movies. C. In China.
3. A. Next Saturday morning. B. Next Sunday morning. C. Next Sunday afternoon.
4. A. She has a headache. B. She has a toothache. C. She has a stomachache.
5. A. Dangerous. B. Interesting. C. Difficult.
6. A. At 4:10. B. At 4:20. C. At 4:30.
7. A. A soldier. B. A doctor. C. A teacher.
8. A. 50 minutes. B. 40 minutes. C. 30 minutes.
9. A. America. B. English. C. Australia
10. How many tigers are there now?
A. About 200. B. About 300. C. About 400.
11. What should we do to save tigers?
A. Cut down trees. B. Make a pleasant home for tigers.
C. Wait for the government to do something.
12. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Future life. B. Future cities. C. Future food.
13. How can a robot cook according to the woman?
A. By telling them how to do. B. By setting up a program.
C. By learning from school.
14. Why do the speakers think people will have to be move to other planet?
A. Because there will be too many animals on earth.
B. Because there will be too many robots on earth.
C. Because there will be too many people on earth.
15. How is the weather most of the time in Los Angeles?
A. It is sunny. B. It is rainy. C. It is windy.
16. When is the summer time in Sydney?
A. From January to May. B. From November to April. C. From October to March.
17. What does the girl think of Sydney?
A. It’s smaller than Los Angeles. B. It’s worse than Los Angeles.
C. It’s rainier than Los Angeles.
18. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Saving the environment. B. Protecting animals. C. Saving money.
19. What does the boy tell the girl to do as much as possible?
A. Take a taxi. B. Ride a bike. C. Take a bus.
20. What does the boy suggest the girl take to go shopping?
A. They went fishing. B. They went swimming. C. They climbed a mountain.
21. Who does most of the shopping in the girl’s family?
A. Her sister. B. The girl’s mother. C. The girl.
22. How is a child’s future predicted in Korea?
A. By the things he picks up. B. By the number of his family member
C. By his birthday .
23. What can we see in a child’s birthday in Egypt according to the speaker?
A. Vegetables and fruit. B. Animals and food. C. Flowers and fruit.
24. What is the most important birthday for an America girl?
A. Her fifteenth birthday. B. Her sixteenth birthday. C. Her seventeenth birthday.
25. What can a child receive on the 21st birthday in South Africa?
A. A key. B. A car. C. A book..
第一节 单项选择(共 20小题;每小题 1分,满分20分)
A. good B .kind C. important D. confident
A. a little B. a lot C. a few D. a lot
A. disagreed with B. discussed with C. agreed with D. argued with
A. keep out the sun B. enjoy sunshine C. look for the sun D. read in the sun
A. take care of. B. look for C. pay for D. dress up
31. Jenny likes to play_________ guitar, but she doesn’t like _________ thrillers.
A. a; an B. a; the C. the; a D. the; 不填
32. —I want to go to a movie. Is there a _________ near here?
—Yes, there is one across from the post office.
A. bookstore B. supermarket C. museum D. theatre
33. —Why do you turn down the radio?
—I’m _________ waking the baby.
A. afraid of B. busy with C. careful for D. willing to
34. — How delicious the great turkey sandwich is!
— Yes. It would taste _________ with more relish.
A. worse B. worst C. better D. best
35. — Attention, please. The plane has to be _________ because of the heavy rain.
— Oh, bad luck! We have to wait now.
A. put on B. put off C. put up D. put away
36. — I feel tired and sleepy.
— Why not stop_________?
A. resting B. breaking C. to relax D. to work
37. Yuan Longping, one of the greatest scientists in China, _________ as “father of hybrid rice”.
A. is regarded B. has regarded C. is regarding D. regards
38. What’s the Olympic motto?
A. Inspire a generation B. Faster, Higher, Stronger
C. Light the Passion, Share the Dream D. One World, One Dream
39. Which of the following signs can be seen on the door of a shopping mall? A. B. C. D.
40. —Maria is wanted on the telephone. Where is she?
—She _________ the library. You can find her there.
A. has been to B. has gone to C. has left D. will leave
41. —You were out when I dropped by your house.
— Oh, I_________ for a friend from England at the airport.
A. was waiting B. had waited
42. —I think it’s going to be a problem.
—Yes, it could be.
—I wonder_________ we can do about it.
A. what B. how C. if D. that
D. which 43. Luckily, we’d brought a road map without_________ we would have lost our way. A. it B. that
44. —What’s your math teacher like?
A. He’s twenty-seven years old
C. He’s creative and outgoing B. He works in our school D. He likes physics and biology C. one C. am waiting D. have waited
45. —Daddy, will you come home for supper with us today?
—_________ , but I might be a little late.
A. I’m busy B. No problem C. It’s a pity D. It’s hard to say
第二节 完形填空 (共15小题;每小题 1分,满分15分)
When I was about twelve years old, I had an enemy, a girl liked to tell me about my shortcomings(缺点). Week by week her list became longer . I was very short, and I wasn’t a good student, I talked too much, and so on. I tried to stand all of these as long as I could. Finally, I became tears(眼泪) in my eyes.
He listened to me “Are the things that she said true or not? Jane, have you ever what you’re really like? Now you have that girl’s she said and mark the points that are ”
I did he told me. To my great surprise, I found that about half of the things were true. Some of them I couldn’t the bad things in me, and for the time I knew something about myself in a very clear way.
I brought the list back to my father. He to take it. “That’s just for you,” he said, “You know better than else the truths about yourself, but sometimes others’ opinions are also important, so you have to learn how to When something is said about you is true, you’ll find that it will be of help to you. Our world is full of people who think that they know you. Don’t shut your ears. Listen to all of them, hear the truth and do what you think is the right thing to do.” I have remembered my father’s adivice 46. A. who
47. A. dull
48. A. quietly B. what C. whose D. how B. brave C. angry D. happy B. carelessly C. casually D. differently
B. dealt with
B. needed C. got over D. thought about C. photos D. books C. strict D. simple C. borrow D. change C. warned D. refused 49. A. came out 50. A. strategies 51. A. crazy 53. A. produce 54. A. first 52. A. as B. against C. since D. for B. second C. last D. next
C. nothing D. anything C. where D. who D. for 55. A. described 56. A. everything 57. A. shout 58. A. that 59. A. so 60. A. at B. teach C. listen D. read B. or C. for D. but C. on B. in
61 _____is the first Chinese author who won Nobel Literature Prize.
A. Mo Yan B. Lu Xun C .Zhang Ailing D. Guo Moruo
62._____only live in China and feed on bamboos.
A. Pandas B. Rabbits C. Peacocks D. Giraffes
63._____ is the first largestet continent in the world and crosses both Asia and Europe..
A. France B. Russia C. China D. The U.S
64 In English-speaking countries, _____ and ____are main pets at home.
A. birds; monkeys B. dogs; cats C .pigs; fish D. rabbits; sheep
65.When Beijing is 8:00 AM, what time is it in New York?
A.7:00 PM B.10: 00 AM C.8:00 PM D.9:00 AM
66.If you want to be in good health, you’d better eat _____ too often.
A. sandwiches B. fish chips C. vegetables D. chocolates
第二节 阅读理解 （共7小题；每小题2分，满分14分）
Do you want to live a happier, less stressful (有压力的) life? Try laughing for no reason at all. That’s how thousands of people start their day at Laughter Clubs around the world — and many doctors now think that having a good laugh might be one of the best ways to stay healthy.
The first Laughter Club was started in Mumbai, India, in 1995 by Dr. Madan Kataria. “Young children laugh about 300 times a day. Adults laugh between 7 and 15 times a day,” says Dr. Kataria. “Everyone’s naturally good at laughing — it’s the universal language. We want people to feel happy with their lives.” There are now more than 500 Laughter Clubs in India and over 1,300 worldwide.
Many doctors are also interested in the effects (效果) of laughter on our health. According to a 5-year study at the UCLA School of Medicine in California, with laughing there is less stress in the body. Laughter improves our health against illness by about 40%.
So, what happens at a Laughter Club? I went along to my nearest club in South London to find out. I was quite nervous at the beginning of the class, to be honest — I wasn’t interested in laughing with a group of strangers, and I was worried about looking stupid. Our laughter teacher told us to clap our hands and say “ho ho ho, ha ha ha,” while looking at each other. However, our bodies can’t tell the difference between fake laughter and real laughter, so they still produce the same healthy effects.
Surprisingly, it works! After ten minutes everybody in the room was laughing for real — and some people just couldn’t stop! At the end of the class I was surprised by how relaxed and comfortable I felt. So if you’re under stress, then start laughing. You might be very pleased with the results!
67. How did the writer feel at the beginning of the class?
A. Surprised. B. Pleased. C. Nervous. D. Stressful.
68. When did the people in the club begin to laugh for real?
A. After a few minutes. B. After a few hours.
C. After a few seconds. D. After a few days.
69. Which of the following is true according to the passage?
A. Fake laughter and real laughter are both good for health.
B. 40% of the people in Laughter Clubs are good friends.
C. Adults laugh more often than children in a day.
D. Laughing is the best way to prevent illness.
Each year Ben is glad when school is closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Ben knows that this day honors an important man, but Ben does not feel connected to him. However, the small-world theory (理论) connects Ben to Dr. King. Ben’s mom (0) has a close friend, Amy (1). Amy’s uncle, Mark (2), once met and spoke to John Carter (3), the son of President Jimmy Carter (4). Jimmy Carter knew Dr. King
(5). In a way, Ben is only “five people away” from Martin Luther King Jr.
The small-world theory says that everyone in the world is connected through a short chain (链条) of people they know. Another name of this chain is degrees of separation. Each degree is a step that separates a person from someone he or she does not know. There are zero degrees of separation between a person and the people he or she knows directly. This means that there are zero degrees between Ben and his mom. There is one degree of separation when just one person separates someone from a person he or she does not know. Ben knows his mom, but he hasn’t met her close friend Amy. Therefore, Ben is one degree away from Amy. As the chain continues, Amy’s uncle, Mark, is two degrees. John Carter is three degrees, and his father is four degrees. Dr. King is five degrees away from Ben. The theory says that there are no more than six degrees of separation between any two people in the world.
The small-world theory has a lot to do with math. The theory assumes (假定) that each person knows 100 people. Each one of those 100 people knows 50 different people. Each of those 50 people knows another 50 people, and so on. When someone continues the calculation to six degrees, it is like this: 100 × 50 × 50 × 50 × 50 × 50 = 31.25 × 109. This number is greater than 31 billion (a billion = a thousand million). There are over 6 billion people in the world. These numbers show it is possible that six degrees of separation could include everyone in the world.
Does the small-world theory work? No one has ever proved it. Maybe the theory just invites people to think a little more about their places in the world.
70. Ben is two degrees away from __________.
A. Jimmy Carter B. John Carter C. Amy D. Mark
71. What is the meaning of “degrees of separation” in Paragraph 2?
A. The chain to connect people. B. The relations between people.
C. The steps of knowing strangers. D. The separation between strangers.
72. What is the small-world theory mainly about?
A. How far Ben is away from Dr. King. B. How many people one can get to know.
C. How people are connected in the world. D. How the degrees of separation are set up.
73. We can learn from the article that _____________.
A. the small-world theory works B. more research is needed to prove the theory
C. six degrees are needed to know the strangers
D. the writer’s purpose is to help people find out their places
Do Yao Ming, Liu Xiang and Justine Henin have anything in common with people like us? You probably answer “NO!”
could see into their minds, it would be clear that they are actually just like us.
Just how an athlete becomes a success means examples for us all. （2）They have to get to know themselves, manage stress and develop their powers of concentration. So they can put all their effort into their events.
We may not be sports stars ourselves, but we have to face same problems. We set goals for worry about our friendships with both classmates and teachers.
Like sportspeople, we try to be mentally strong and give our best.
Only few of us will be competing in the Olympic Games. But, all the same, there is much we share with sports heroes. Just like athletes, how we feel influences our decisions, behavior and achievements.
Top athletes show us that success isn’t simply down to chance. We can control the direction of our life’s journey.
To achieve their goals, sportspeople have to prepare____ physically_____ mentally.
We have to manage our fears before big exams,__________?
Vitamins play an important role in people’s health. Without them, your body cannot work properly. Vitamin A helps keep your skin healthy and helps your eyes get used to the darkness. Good sources of Vitamin A are deep yellow and dark-green leafy fruits and vegetables, such as carrots and potatoes.
Vitamin B helps keep your need for food and its absorption(吸收) normal. Milk products, grain products, and meat are good sources of B Vitamins.
Vitamin C is found in many fruits and vegetables, such as tomatoes, strawberries, and cabbages. People who don’t get enough Vitamin C over a long time injure easily.
Vitamin D is called “sunshine” Vitamin. Your own body makes it when you are in sunlight for any length of time. It helps your body use minerals(矿物质) to build stronger bones and teeth. Oily fish is a good source of Vitamin D.
Vitamin E helps increase the immune function(免疫功能). It can be found in foods such as vegetables oil, nuts, and seeds.
For example, if you dare not eat hard food, you may enjoy the sunshine, fish and take vitamin D often,
I dare not eat hard food, as my teeth are very weak.
My hand was hurt while cleaning the window. It took me about one month to get better.
. Enjoy the sunshine and eat fish. 77. You should______________________.
I eat a little these I’m totally blind when days, no matter how the lights are turned off at nice the food is. night.
78. You’d better_________________________. 79. Why not________________________? I often go to hospital in spring, 80. You need to_____________________. because I catch flu more easily
than my classmates.
81. Jenny got to school even _____（更早）this morning.
82. We enjoy _____（说）English every day.
83. I _____（听说）Lisa won the first prize in English Speech Contest.
84. There are four _____（千）students in our school.
85. Luckily, my father was very _________________ (耐心), and didn’t give up helping me.
86. The super star _________________ (露面) at the fashion show last week.
（The entrance exam for secondary school (中考)is over. The summer holiday is coming. Now Lanlan is talking to Kangkang.)
K: Hi, Lanlan, (87)._______________________________________?
L: Nothing much. Why?
K: I’m going to visit the West Hill tomorrow.(88). __________________________________ _? L: I’d love to. Shall we bring some food and drinks for the picnic?
L: What time shall we meet?.
K: What about 7 o’clock?
L:(90).______________________,6 o’clock, OK?
K That would be all right, 6 o’clock at my home.
K: By boat. By the way, don’t be late.
L: I won’t. I’ll be there on time. See you then.
K: See you..
要点提示：1.What’s your dream?
2. Why is it your dream?
3. How are you going to do that?