5. A. It’s Sunday. B. It’s September. C. It’s red.
6. A. Yes, I will. B. Yes, I can. C. No, I’m not.
7. A. It’s beautiful. B. It’s big. C. No, it isn’t.
8. A. He’s better. B. I’m here. C. She’s twelve.
9. A. Yes, please. B. I don’t like orange. C. It’s cheap.
10. A. She’s kind. B. She’s cooking. C. She’s a teacher.
11. A. To the park. B. With my dog. C. I was walking.
12. A. Yes, he is. B. Once a week. C. Last night.
13. A. Yes, it is. B. No, it can’t. C. It’s new.
14. A. She’s drinking now. B. She likes dancing. C. She’s tall with long hair.
15. What can Mike do?
A. He can ride a bike. B. He can swim. C. He can drive a car.
16. How mangy chairs are there in Betty’s classroom?
A. 30. B. 45. C. 50.
17. What does the woman want to do?
A. To read some books. B. To borrow some books. C. To buy some newspapers.
18. Why didn’t Tom come to school yesterday?
A. His father was ill. B. He was ill. C. His mother was ill.
19. What’s the weather like now?
A. Cloudy. B. Rainy. C. Snowy.
20. What are they going to make for Jack?
A. A cake. B. A toy. C. A model ship.
21. Where is Jerry’s T-shirt?
A. On the bed. B. On the table. C. In the living room.
22. What’s the man going to do?
A. To see a film. B. To hold a party. C. To have a swim.
23. When will the speakers meet?
A. At 6:30. B. At 7:00. C. At 7:30.
24. Where’s the woman from?
A. Australia. B. Japan. C. China.
25. What’s Lingling doing?
A. Reading a storybook. B. Listening to music. C. Watching TV.
26. What’s Peter interested in?
A. Stamps. B. Movies. C. Animals.
27. Who will go with Peter?
A. Lingling. B. Peter’s mother. C. Peter’s sister.
28. How were Mr Wang’s classes?
A. Boring. B. Bad. C. Interesting.
29. Which of the following is NOT talked about in the passage?
A. Mr Wang visited his students’ home.
B. Mr Wang bought useful books for his students.
C. Mr Wang asked his students to listen carefully in class.
30. What did Mr Wang promise to do in the last class?
A. To see his students soon.
B. To stay with his students.
C. To play with his students.
31. Today is Monday. It is ____ second day of a week.
A. . the B. an C. a D. /
32. - John and Tom are too busy to help us.
- Let’s do it _______.
A. themselves B. himself C. myself D. ourselves
33. It is _____ to use email than send normal mail.
A. slow B. quick C. quicker D. slower
34. By planting more trees, we can help keep the air clean, because trees are good for ____.
A. market B. environment C. energy D. breath
35. We once _____ information from books, but now the same information can be read or even listened to on computers.
A. get B. was getting C. have got D. got
36. I’ve bought an MP4 player–and about two _____ songs have been downloaded onto it!
A. hundred B. hundreds C. millions of D. millions
37. There’s something wrong with the new camera. Did you ___ it ___ when you buy it?
A. pick…up B. throw…away C. look…through D. try… out
38. Children’s toys are usually ______ cotton.
A. made in B. made by C. made of D. made from
39. Eighty yuan ____ too much for the dictionary.
A. was B. were C. are D. is
40. It took Li Ming an hour ______ his bike yesterday.
A. repairing B. repaired C. to repair D. have repaired
41. - Look! What a nice garden!
- Yes, it _______ every day.
A. is cleaned B. is cleaning C. cleans D. cleaned
42. Do you have _______ to say at the meeting?
A. something important B. anything important
C. important something D. important anything
43. The doctor made me ________at home for weeks.
A. staying B. to stay C. stay D. stayed
44. Do you agree ________ me?
A. with B. to C. about D. for
45. Jamie Oliver is a cook _____ persuaded children to eat healthy food.
A. whose B. which C. who D. whom
Jamie Oliver is a young cook who wants to improve school dinners. In 2005 he went back to school to see what the children were .
Jamie asked the children what their meals were like. ―We have hamburgers and chips, or pizza‖, they told him, ―and sometimes there is fruit, but we prefer ice cream.‖ Jamie thought the menu was . The children were eating junk food, and it was a problem. Junk food isn’t just bad for the body. Children midday meals were unhealthy were difficult to teach in the afternoon. Teachers said that children behaved very after lunch.
When Jamie took vegetables into class, the children didn’t know about healthy food. Jamie realised that the children about healthy food. Then he talked to the people who worked in the . He found out that they didn’t know enough about food and health, and they didn’t have very much money to spend.
He decided to teach the cooks and the children about healthy food. It was hard work! He cooked healthy meals for them meat, rice, pasta and vegetables, but a lot of the teenagers to eat the new food. Jamie showed them why the junk food wasn’t healthy. In the end, when Jamie persuaded them his cooking, they liked it!
Jamie talked to the government. He told them they needed to ban junk food from schools, train the cooks, educate the children and more money on school dinners. A lot of parents, teachers and children agreed with him. The newspapers wrote articles about him, and a TV programme showed his visits to the school. Jamie is a cook whose ideas are changing school dinners all over Britain.
( )46. A. studing B. eating C. learning D. playing
( )47. A. healthy B. delicious C. boring D. terrible
( )48. A. whose B. that C. which D. who
( )49. A. well B. badly C. worse D. good
( )50. A. know B. like C. don’t like D. didn’t know
( )51. A. kitchens B. classrooms C. offices D. labs
( )52. A. with B. including C. have D. include
( )53. A. liked B. hated C. welcomed D. refused
( )54. A. to do B. to try C. doing D. trying
( )55. A. take B. spend C. cost D. pay
Sydney is Australia’s most exciting city. The history of Australia begins here. In 1788 Captain Arthur Philips arrived in Sydney with 11 ships and 1,024 passengers (including 770 prisoners囚犯) from Britain. Today there are 2.5 million people in Sydney. It is the biggest city in Australia, and one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
There are over 20 fine beaches close to Sydney. Its warm summer and cool winter have made it a favorite city for immigrants(移民) from overseas（海外）. There are three things that made Sydney famous – its beautiful harbor（海湾）, the Sydney Harbor Bridge, and the Sydney Opera House.
But there are many more interesting things in Sydney: beautiful shops and restaurants, for example, rows（一排排的） of interesting old houses built everywhere in the 19th century. Summer or winter, day or night, Sydney is an outdoor city.
Some Americans think it is very British. Some British visitors think it is like America. There is some truth in both these opinions, because Sydney takes from both the Old World – Europe, and the New World – America, and makes it into something that is neither British nor America but truly Australian.
( )56. In 1788 Captain Arthur Philips arrived in Sydney _____.
A. with 700 prisoners
B. with 1,024 prisoners
C. with 1,724 passengers
D. with more than 1,000 passengers
（ ）57. What made Sydney famous?
A. The beautiful harbor, the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Sydney Opera House
B. Immigrants from Britain, the beautiful harbor and ships
C. Beautiful shops, modern restaurants and old houses
D. The Sydney Opera House and interesting old houses
（ ）58. The climate(气候) in Sydney is _____.
A. cool all the year round
B. warm all the year round
C. neither too hot nor too cold（既不…. 也不…）
D. hot in summer and cold in winter
（ ）59. The writer thinks Sydney _____.
A. is like America B. is very British
C. takes from Europe D. is truly Australian
Visions of the city
Jo is 15 and lives in Parkville. When Jo's grandparents first came to Parkville 50 years ago, it was a quiet country village in the centre of the country. At that time, they had a small house on the edge of town, with some fields and the hills in the distance .
But Parkville was close to a big city, Arnwick with about 200,000 people. People from the countryside began to arrive in Arnwick to find jobs and have a better life. And of course they needed somewhere to live. However, it was expensive to live in the centre of Arnwick, so the city government decided to build flats around the edge of the city. And soon, Parkville became a suburb of Arnwick. It now has over a million people. Jo's family live in one of those new flats—there's no room for small houses any more.
The small local school in Parkville closed down five years ago. Jo goes to a school close to the Arnwick, with 2,000 pupils. No one knows all their names.
It takes Jo an hour to get to school, and this adds to the traffic and pollution. But it's not her fault. She liked her old school.
Arnwick needs larger hospitals and more doctors, better public transport and fewer private cars. There need to be more shops and offices. It also needs clean water and no rubbish in the streets. It's difficult to run a big city, and to protect people from crime. So it also needs more laws and more police, and taxes to pay for everything.
Well, what do you think of all this? Do you like the things which are happening in Parkville? In fact, ―Visions of the city‖ is just a story. But does your town have the same problems as Arnwick? （ ）60. The writer wants to __________ .
A. show the disadvantages of how cities have grown over the years
B. show that life in the city can be enjoyable
C. describe the dangers of city life
D. explain what cities need to give the people who live there
（ ）61. ―But it's not her fault‖ means Jo ________ .
A. is unhappy about adding to the problems
B. doesn't want to add to the traffic and pollution
C. doesn't choose to go to a school so far away
D. feels bad about the traffic and pollution
（ ）62. The writer has written a story probably because ___________ .
A. he's not interested in facts
B. it's more interesting
C. it's too dangerous to talk about a real city
D. it's clearer than if he describes a real city
Miss Wang is a young teacher of English in a middle school in Chongqing. She loves teaching very much. One day when she was giving an English lesson, she found Mr. Li, the headmaster, sitting at the back of the classroom. After class, Mr. Li told her that he came to her class to find out how much English and Chinese she was using in class. The result was about half English and half Chinese. She was using Chinese when she gave instructions (指示) and explained some grammar rules to her students. Mr. Li suggested that she should use English as much as she could in class.
So Miss Wang made the following plans:
▲ Join an English club and practice speaking English.
▲ Learn more English teaching expressions by heart.
▲ Have a five-minute talk with students in English before class.
She used body language to make herself understood if students could not follow. One year ( )63. Miss Wang ________.
A. hates to teach English B. is a teacher of Chinese
C. loves her job D. is angry with the headmaster
( )64. The underlined word ―fluently‖ means ________.
A. easily and well B. completely C. clearly D. recently
( ) 65. What’s the main idea of this passage?
A. Joining an English club.
B. Talking with the students before class.
C. Speaking more English in English classes.
D. Learning more English teaching expressions.
A: Linda, are you free tomorrow evening?
A: Why not go to the movies?
B: I like seeing movies very much.
B: Well, I like comedies(喜剧) because they are funny. What about you?
A: I like them, too. I hear Mr. Bean is on.
B: Sure. Let’s meet at six o’clock tomorrow evening.
A: OK. See you tomorrow evening.
B: See you.
He won’t tell me the news he knows it.
My grandfather has smoking.
The city is me.
None of us knows what the sign .
He has made a lot of friends last year.
About five hundred years ago, an earthquake(地震) happened in a small village. Luckily for them, nothing was destroyed (毁坏) and no one was hurt. (1)But a huge______ fell from a nearby mountain and stopped in the______of the road.
When the earthquake stopped, many people came to the road and saw the stone. Some of the strongest men tried to lift the stone out of the road. But they couldn’t move it. They tried to push it but failed. (2 ) “"Well,” they said sadly, "there' s nothing we can do about it. We' ll have to change the way.” At this time a boy about 12 years old said, "I think I can help you to move the stone away.”
“You?” they shouted. "What are you talking about?" The men all laughed at the boy. The next morning, some people came into the road. One of them shouted, "The stone is gone." (3)wasn't even near the road.
The boy walked over to where the stone had been and said, "I buried(埋藏) it.”The people looked rather surprised. "You see,' he said, '1 dug a deep hole next to the stone and I dug a small incline (斜坡)up to the stone and the stone rolled(滚) down into the hole itself. Then I covered it with earth.”
The villagers shouted, “Clever boy! Clever boy!”
This clever boy had a good idea.
76. 在1)句的空白处填入适当的词使句意完整、上下文通顺：_________ ________
79．找出文中与下列句子意思相近的句子：We can do nothing about it.
Do you have a pet? Are you in taking care of animals? Girls and boys who like animals
work in animal Others may work on farms or at a Some study animal ’s h_注射) and tell the pets’ o__九、书面表达（本大题共15分）
请“ is fun‖为题写一篇英语短文。
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75 ___________ ______________
76.________ _________ 77.______________________________
81. __________ 82. ___________ 83.___________ 84. __________
85.__________ 86. __________ 87. __________ 88.________
89. ________ 90.__________