( )1. Don’t make a of him.
A. fool B. foolish C. fools D. foolishly
( )2.---Which would you like, rice or noodles?
--- is OK. I’m hungry.
A. Either B. Neither C. Both D. All
( )3. Our teacher, Miss Chen, English on the radio the day before yesterday.
A. teaches B. taught C. will teach D. had taught
( )4. I think we’ve this subject; let’s go on to the next one.
A. exhaust B. exhausted C. exhausting D. exhausts
( )5. Do you know during the coming summer holiday?
A. what will Tom do B. what did Tom do
C. what Tom will do D. what Tom did
( )6.---When did you ?
---I’ve for two months.
A. get married; been married B. be married; been married
C. get married; got married D. get married; married
( )7. His daughter is going to be married an engineer.
A. with B. for C. to D. /
( )8. The English novel is quite easy for you. There are words in it.
A. a little B. little C. a few D. few
( )9. The camera is expensive I can’t afford it.
A. so; that B. such; that C. so; as to D. enough; that
( )10. do you think the population of China is?
A. How many B. How much C. What D. Which
( )11. I felt very when I finished the work.
A. exhausted B. exhausting C. tire D. tiring
( )12. The boys and the girls often play football in afternoon.
A. /; an B. the; an C. /; the D. a; the
( )13. The small boy knows a lot about information in science.
A. Latest B. the late C. Late D. the latest
( )14. My watch is broken. I’ll go and buy a new .
A. it B. that C. this D. one
( )15. Jack, good boy! Please pass the glasses. I want to read the newspaper.
A. you B. me C. him D. her
The United States, Great Britain took the war(战争) on Iraq(伊拉克) in late March,
2003. 16 over twenty days, American soldiers were in Baghdad, the 17 of Iraq. They ended the government(政府) of Saddam. 18 Iraqis died in the war. Saddam is 19 . No one knows 20 he’s dead or alive.
In some parts of the city, there was no light because of the war. Some oil wells were set on fire. Now the Iraqis need food, water and 21 . Many soldiers and people who were hurt in the war need to 22 to find their family members.
After the war, some Iraqis broke into Saddam’s palace, government buildings and stores. They
23 many things from Iraqi Museums. Other Iraqis are angry that the U.S. soldiers didn’t stop the robbers. So far there is 24 no government of Iraqis.
The reason for American soldiers taking the war is that they are 25 weapons of mass destruction(大规模杀伤性武器). But by June 6, they hadn’t found any at all.
( )16.A. to B. After C. By D. During
( )17.A city B. town C. capital D. village
( )18. A. Thousand B. Thousands C. Thousand of D. Thousands of
( )19. A. tired B. run C. gone D. forgotten
( )20. A. if B. when C. how D. that
( )21. A. spaceships B. flowers C. peoples D. medicine
( )22. A. an idea B. a way C. a plane D. a bridge
( )23. A. bought B. borrowed C. stole D. brought
( )24. A. still B. ever C. yet D. already
( )25. A. looking at B. looking fir C. giving up D. putting down
Spending just a few hours a week online may make people feel more socially isolated(孤立的)，lonely and down-hearted, according to a two-year study of nearly 100 families with Internet access.
“We were surprised to find that what is a special technology has such bad effect on social communications,” the leader author, Dr. Robert Kraut of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, said in a statement to the press(新闻界). The findings suggest that “rather than encourage students to use the Internet alone for research, for example, teachers might give pupils online group homework to complete with classmates. Local groups might build websites that allow neighbours to discuss local affairs(地方事务).
Before the technology develops and can be much more beneficial , people should control their wishes to use much of the Internet, Dr. Kraut and other experts advise. In order to limit(限制) and monitor their children’s use, and encourage family activities, parents might consider putting the computer in the living room, rather than a child’s room, they suggest.
Dr. Kraut also suggests that when surfing on the Internet, especially when chatting with strangers on the Internet, children should not use their real names and they should not tell the address, telephone number or parents’ names to the strangers.
( )26.According to the research, surfing on the Internet can make people feel more
A. excited B. communicative C. lonely D. happy
( )27. This study was made by________ .
A. 100 families B. Dr. Kraut and other people
C. the newspaper D. Dr. Kraut only
( )28. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. Teachers should ask the students to finish their homework alone on the Internet.
B. Schools should build websites for students to discuss problems on the Internet.
C. Instead of putting the computer in the sitting room, parents should put it in a child’s
D. It took them two years to finish this research work.
( )29. According to the context, what does the word “beneficial” mean?
A. Harmful B. Developed C. Interesting D. Helpful
( )30. What is the best title for this passage?
A Harmful effects of Internet B. The Internet
C. Children and the Internet D. Surfing on the Internet
If you look into the sky at night, you may see something moving and shining that you have never seen before. It might be a comet(彗星).
A comet sometimes looks like a star. Like a planet, a comet has no light of its own. It shines from the sunlight it reflects(反射). Like the earth, a comet goes round the sun, but on a much longer path(轨道) than the earth travels.
Some scientists think that a large part of a comet is water frozen into pieces of ice. This is mixed with iron and rock dust and perhaps a few big pieces of rock. When the sun melts(融化) the ice in the comet, great clouds, together with the dust, form a long tail. Many people have seen a comet. However no one knows how many comets there are. There may be millions of comets, but only a few come close enough to the earth for us to be able to see them. Even then it’s not often that a comet comes close enough to be seen without a telescope.(望远镜).
An English man named Edmund Halley, who lived from 1656 to 1742, found out a lot about the paths that comets take through the sky. Some comets never come back. Others keep coming back at regular intervals(有规律的间隔). A big comet that keeps returning was named after Halley because he was the one who worked out when it would come back again.
Some people saw Halley’s Comet in 1910. Maybe you have ever seen Halley’s Comet because the last time it came close to the sun and the earth was in 1986. If not you will probably be able to see Halley’s Comet when it comes near the earth again.
( )31.Which of the following statements is correct?
A. So far, no one has ever seen a comet. B. A comet can shine by itself.
B. A comet travels around the sun. D. A comet is either a star or a planet.
( )32. A large part of a comet is .
A. water frozen into pieces of ice B. ice and iron
C. rock dust and a few big pieces of rock D. ice, iron and rock dust
( )33. Which of the following statements is incorrect?
A. Not many comets can be seen by people
B. Edmund Halley discovered all the paths that comets take through the sky
C. Halley died in the 18th century.
D. Halley’s Comet will return
( )34. Some comets return .
A. at regular intervals B. only at night C. at my home D. at noon
( )35. Maybe you will be able to see Halley’s Comet in .
A. 2003 B. 2056 C. 2062 D. 2072
One of the strangest jobs at the Oscars is that of a seat-filler. When one of the stars needs to go to the bathroom, a seat-filler sits in the star’s seat. In that way, the TV cameras won’t show any empty seats. Kathy Muller talks about her night as a seat-filler.
(A)I was told to reach the theater in the middle of the day, wearing my dress for the evening. There were about 200 of us seat-filler, all very excited. We were told what we should and
shouldn’t do (for example, “Don’t talk to the stars”), and then (B)我们一直等到五点钟。 That’s when the stars started coming.
The show stared at six o’clock. We had to stand outside the doors. Then, when
someone came out to go to the bathroom or have a cigarette（香烟）, we were told to go and sit in their seats. (C)The show was three hours long, and I only sat down five times. By the end, I was really tired, but I was happy because, during the evening, I sat behind Jim Carrey（he’s very
tall！）and close to Denzel Washington, Nicole Kidman and Julia Roberts. It was an exciting night, but I think
(D) year I’ll watch the Oscars on TV at house like everyone else!
36.将(A)改写成： I was told to at the theater at .
（一）单词拼写。（10分） in his life.
42. He has many 亲戚) in that city, so he chose to work there. , because she really wanted to get married. yesterday was not true. （二）短文填词。（15分）
You may think there is nothing but sand in the desert of the world, but it is not true. In the desert we can 46_______ stones. We can see hills, too. There is a little rain in the 47________, but it is not 48 ______ for most plants.
The animals are 49. _______ to the desert people in many ways. The desert people eat the meat and drink the milk of the animals. They use their skins to 50. ________ shoes, water bags and even tents(帐篷). They use the camels(骆驼) for 51 _______ things.
The people of the desert have to keep 52 _______ from places to place. They must always look for grass or desert plants for their animals. They usually live in the tents. When there is mo more food for their animals, they take down their tents, put them on the camels and move to 53 _______ place. The desert people are very 54 _______. No man in the desert would ever refuse to help the people in 55_______ and give them food and water.
一、1—5 AABBC 6—10 ACDAC 11—15 ACDDB
二、16—20 ACBDA 21—25 BBDAD
三、26—30 CBDDA 31—35 CABAC
四、36. arrive; noon 37. We waited until 5 o’clock.. 38 演出持续了三个小时。39. next 40. excited; happy
五、 41. inventions 42. relatives 43. thrilled 44. described 45. realized
六、46. find 47. desert 48. enough 49 useful 50. make 51 other 52. moving 53. another 54. friendly 55. trouble
七、One possible version:
Li Hua’s parents worked on the farm, but now they found a job in the city. Li Hua had to go to school in the city. He studies in Xinhua High School now. At school he had some trouble in studying at first. However, he was lucky enough. With the help of the teachers and the students, he made great progress with his studies. Now he loves his teachers and classmates. He also loves his new school. He has a good time in the city.