英 语 试 卷
( )26. --I heard that you went hiking last weekend. Was that fun?
--No, it was ______. Just after we started, it began to rain heavily and we were all wet.
A. surprising B. exciting C. frustrating D. amazing
( )27. --Why do you work very hard all the time?
--My father often _________ the importance of hard work on me.
A. difficult B. realizes B. cares B. convenient C. impresses C. agrees C. careful D. knows D. minds D. important ( )28. The thing that _________ is not whether you fail or not, but whether you try it or not. ( )29. It is not _________ for me to return all the books to the library now because I still need them.
( )30. --When Mrs. Brown mentioned her family, she _________ her voice suddenly. --She doesn’t like talking about her personal things in public.
A. broke B. raised C. dropped D. opened
( )31. --I’ve run out of money to buy a new bike.
--Oh, _________. You have to walk to school every day,
A. it’s all right
C. it’s a pleasure B. that’s too bad D. that’s a deal
( )32. -- Do you know who gets the job?
--Ellen. Her rich experience gave her an ________ over other girls for the job.
A. attention B. interest C. advantage D. influence
( )33. --Can we rush across the road now?
--No, we _________. We have to wait until the light turns green.
A. needn’t B. mustn’t C. couldn’t D. shouldn’t
( )34. --The writer said that she hoped to ________ the adult readers by the new book. --But it seems that people still prefer her children stories.
A. receive B. reach C. criticize D. collect
( )35. --Do you know__________?
--To study for the English test, I guess.
A. what he did just now
C. why he left so early B. when did he practice English D. how he studied for English
( )36. --Don’t be angry with your kid when he makes a mistake again, will you?
--No, I won’t. I know that _______ of us are perfect after all.
A. none B. neither C. each D. all
( )37. --Did she agree with you?
--Oh, yes, we’re in ________ agreement.
A. patient B. daily C. soft D. complete
( )38. --I hear there will be a great old painting on show in the museum next week. --Is it the original drawing or is it just a ___________, then?
B. type C. piece D. comic
( )39. --Sir, could you please put out your cigarette? This is a smoke-free(无烟的) school. --_________.
A. Oh, sorry about this C. I’d like to
B. Don’t mention it D. Put it out at once
( )40. --I’m seeing the twin sisters this afternoon. Do you want me to __________ any message? --Yeah. Please ask them to arrive at the meeting on Saturday morning on time.
A. give away
I was said to be the worst student in my class, and my family thought I was hopeless. I had to grade six. At that time a new teacher, Miss Sadie, came to our school.
One day after class, she that I was staying alone during the lunch break. She came up to me and began to talk to me. It was just a(an) conversation. After that day, she gave me particular and it made me feel special. I started to work hard because she gave me the feeling that someone believe me, and my started to improve in her subject.
Months later, she moved into a house near my helped me, in my studies, as I knew she would my grades both in her subject and the other subjects. I second in my class.
Then, after grade six, she started to slowly stay away from me but shill kept a careful check on me. By the time I was answered the phone when I called her.
Then I graduated and went to a good university. One fine day, our paths again. I met her at a wedding. I could not asking her, “Why did you stop talking to me?”
“You are a clever boy. I wanted you to be a tree standing on your own roots, not depending on others. Now here you are and I always take in you. You are your inspiration(鼓舞) and do not need to a shoulder,” she said. I could not say anything, but I smiled. I’ll always thank her. ( )41. A. jump ( )42. A. heard ( )43. A. normal ( )44. A. attention ( )45. A. situation ( )46. A. home ( )47. A. finally ( )48. A. teach ( )49. A. received ( )50. A. oldest ( )51. A. seldom ( )52. A. passed ( )53. A. mind ( )54. A. care ( )55. A. give up
B. write down C. pass on D. leave for
B. attend B. noticed B. unusual B. chance B. progress B. school B. actually B. improve B. came B. strongest B. sometimes B. joined B. help B. pride B. pick out
C. copy C. learned C. active C. experience C. reports C. hotel C. especially C. study C. caught C. best C. never C. added C. practice C. note C. look for
D. repeat D. felt D. correct D. pleasure D. grades D. company D. possibly D. check D. held D. cleverest D. hardly ever D. crossed D. trouble D. money D. take away
( )56. The above reading is most probably from ________.
A. An activity report
C. A student diary
A. make some healthy snacks
C. dance with excellent teachers B. A newspaper D. A textbook B. learn to make delicious cake D. learn to make gifted with clay ( )57. It’s clear that the children aged 9 can _________.
( )58. Parents can’t get further information about ________ by the internet.
B. Wonder Dance Class at Emma A. Holiday Activities for Kids Workshop
C. Clay Craft at Art Center
A. the prices of different courses
C. the manes of the teachers
A. to serve parents during the vacation
C. let children have a colorful holiday
I have few friends when I was very young, I was usually laughed at because of my family name as soon as I started school. My name is Chelsea Chowderhead. A chowder is a kind of soup. Kids at school kept laughing at me about the name. So when my family moved to South Carolina, I asked my dad if I could change my name.
“ You shouldn’t change who you are. Let people get to know you first and then your name later. When you meet someone new, ask them a good question, something you’re really interested in. Once people start talking about themselves,
D. Fun Cooking at Little Cook School B. the address go course D. the way of going to the courses B. make more money for the schools D. help parents learn more about life ( ) 59. The reading also tells us _________. ( )60. These activities are organized to ________.
they don’t judge(评价) you.”
Two days later I headed to my new school for the first day of class. At lunch, I noticed that there twin brothers who were talking to each other. I remembered my dad’s advice, so I decided to try.
I noticed that their lunchboxes were the same. “ What’s like being a twin?” I asked.
They looked surprised. Then one said, “No one has ever asked us that!”
“Most of the time it’s good,” the other said. “When you’re a twin you always have someone to talk to and have lunch with.”
In no time we were laughing and talking. Then one of the brothers said, “I’m Nicholas, and this is my brother, Nathaniel. What’s your name?”
I took a deep breath and said, “I’m Chelsea Chowderhead.”
“Chowder? Like the soup?” asked Nathaniel.
“Yes,” I replied, looking down.
“Hey, cool!do you want to come over after school and play basketball with us?” Nathaniel asked, I nodded.
And this is how I became friends with the twin brothers.
( )61. Why did the writher want to change his name?
A. People kept making fun of it.
C. It was hard to pronounce the word
A. change to a new class
C. share his interests
A. surprised B. angry B. He wanted to make more friends. D. He wanted to be different in the new school. B. talk with others at once D. ask others good questions C. nervous D. proud ( )62. The writer’s father advised him to __________. ( )63. When the twin brothers asked his name, the writer felt __________.
( )64. Which fo the following the TRUE according to the passage?
A. One can order a chowder in some restaurants.
B. The twins said hello to the writer first.
C. The writer asked the twins a difficult question.
D. At last the writer changed his name.
( )65. Which if the best title of the passage?
A. Good Question, Chowderhead
C. How to Make Twin Friends
Alan was a boy of nine in a weekend school class of 8-year-old girls and boys. Sometimes the third graders didn’t welcome Alan into their group and usually played jokes on him. This was not because he was older, but because he was “different”. You see, Alan suffered from a called Downs’s Syndrome. This made him “different”, with his ugly looks, slow responses and mental problems.
One Sunday after Easter, the Sunday school teacher collected some plastic eggs that cut open in the middle. The teacher gave one to each child. On that beautiful spring day, the children were to go out and discover for themselves some symbol(象征) of “new life”and place ti inside the plastic eggs.
After the children returned to the classroom, the teacher opened their eggs one by one, asking each child to explain that symbol of “new life”. The first opened egg had a flower. Everyone cheered. In another was a butterfly…. When the teacher opened the last egg, it was empty. “That’s stupid,”said someone. The teacher felt a pull at his shirt. It was Alan. Looking up, Alan said, “It’s mine. I did it. It’s empty. I have new life, because the tomb(坟墓)is empty.” Not a sound was heard in class at all. From that day on, Alan became a real part of the group. They welcomed him, and whatever make him different was never mentioned again.
B. Chowder, A Kind of Soup D. Father’s Important Lesson
( )66. The underlined word “condition” in the first paragraph probably means ______.
A. grade B. secret C. health D. illness
( )67. It can be inferred(推测) from the first paragraph that _______.
A.the 8-year-olds were sometimes unkind
C. Alan was really different in school
A.play around on that beautiful spring day
C.try to put their favorite things in the box
A. the class thought he was clever
C. he began to study in the class B. the 8-year-old were friendly to Alan D. Alan was older and more frustrated B. put some symbol of “new life” into it D.go out and discover themselves a new life B. the class fell completely silent D. he felt others at once loved him ( )68. The teacher gave each child one plastic egg to let them _______. ( )69. After Alan explained his new life, _________.
( )70. We learn from the passage that ________.
A. The teacher used to have classes outdoors
B. Alan’s new life wish was empty and nothing
C. Alan was healthy as a whole after the Easter
D. Alan was accepted by his classmates in the end
71. 72. The children ____________ watching the film at 2 o’clock and it hasn’t finished yet.
73. I ___________ have short hair but now I grow it long.
74. My aunt took us out to dinner at an ________ restaurant, the food was not good at all. 75. You should __________new English words in a vocabulary list.
My new neighbour Mrs. Brown ran a nice restaurant in town. She’s French and before she moved to New York here to have a restaurant in London. And before that, in Paris!
Last week she invited my family to have lunch at her restaurant. We all felt very . When we got to the and then we went to our table by the window. Before I sat down, my it a table napkin. She also told me that it was to wipe(擦) my mouth after The menu was all in French so our in the restaurant. I was happy for her to o and before that, a vegetable salad. After the chicken we had chocolate dessert. It was the best I’d ever had!
77. e________ 82. r________ 78. n________ 83. s________ 79. ________ 84. o________ 80. c________ 85. d________
1. frustrated adj. 沮丧的 2. seldom adv.很少，不常 3. put up 举起 Dear friends,
I’m very glad to talk about my English study here.
1-5 BCBAB 6-10 CABBA 11-15 BCABA
16-20 CBCCB 21-25 BAAAC
26-30 CCACC 31-35 BADBC
36-40 BBAAC 41-45 ABBAD
46-50 ACACC 51-55 DAAAB
56-60 ADAAC 61-65 ADCAD
71、found 72. started 73. used to 74. expensive 75. write down
76、uesd 77. excited 85.dinner