( )45. _____ which university to attend, the girl asked her teacher for advice. A. Not knowing B. Knowing not C. Not known D. Known not ( )46. ----Do you think George has passed the driving test?
----No. If so, he ______ his car to our college yesterday. (B)
Researchers in Japan have designed a robot that can taste and identify dozens of different wines, cheeses and hors d’oeuvres.
第二部分 基础知识运用 （共45分，计45小题） 五 单项选择
( , I don’t like his design at all. It is out of style. ( ( )28. I don’t want to drive to work because the traffic is ( B从各题中的A,B,C三个选项中选出正确答案（共17小题，计17分） ( )30. I think it’s really_ hard work for me to finish the job in twenty minutes. A. a B. an C. the D. 不填
( )31. Hangzhou is ______ to hundreds of foreign friends who are working and studying here.
A. home B. house C. family D. room ( )32. I think he’s been drinking, _________ I’m not completely sure. A. if B. though C. until D. as
( )33. This morning I _________ some new restaurants on the Internet, for I wanted to take Mia to a nice restaurant for her birthday.
A. picked up B. looked up C. cleaned up D. gave up
( )34. Mr White, the principal, has made a great ______ to the growth of the school. A. contribution B. progress C. invention D. protection ( )35. Being blind is something _________ most people can’t imagine.
A. who B. what C. that D. whom ( )36. There has never been such a beautiful village _________ in the world. A. anywhere B. everywhere C. somewhere D. nowhere ( )37. I think I should be allowed to make decisions _________ myself.
A. with B. to C. for D. against ( )38. They are able to talk openly to one another whenever ____ of them feels hurt. A. either B. both C. some D. all ( )39. ---You won the first prize in the Physics competition.
---__________. I made several terrible mistakes. A. I think so B. You must be joking C. You are welcome D. It doesn’t matter
( )40. I’m surprised that John is only 25. I thought he was ________ , for he seems to be in his thirties.
A. old B. older C. young D. younger ( )41.---__________ weather it is! We can’t go boating .
---Don’t worry. Let’s go to the Science Museum instead.
A. What good B. How good C. How bad D. What bad ( with young people, who like its content and style.
A. familiar B. popular C. similar D. Particular
( )43. Many of them turned a deaf ear to his advice, __ they knew it to be valuable.
A. as if B. now that C. even though D. so that
( )44.Learning to write is learning to think. You don’t know things clearly _______ you can write them down.
A. unless B. if C. since D. whether
A. would drive B. drove C. would have driven D. had driven C补全对话。根据对话内容选择适当的选项，补全对话。（共4小题，计4分） A: Lily, what should I get for Ms. Ning for the coming Teachers' Day? B: Your English teacher? How about a notebook? A：B: Mmm. How about a watch?
A: I don't think so. A watch is too expensive. A: No, I don't know what book she likes best. A: No! A scarf is too personal. B: OK, I know. How about flowers?
阅读下面的短文，掌握其大意，然后从短文后各题所给的A. B. C.D四个选项中，选择最佳选项。
Charlie came from a poor village. His parents had __51__ money to send him to school when he was young. The boy was very sad. Mr. King lived next to him. He could go to school. He studied hard and all his lessons. When he finished middle school, the man introduced him to his friend in the town. And he began to work.
Once Mr. King was seriously hurt in an accident. Dying, he asked Charlie to take the girl. He loved her very much and tried his best to make her happy. He often bought beautiful clothes and delicious food for her. He was good at cooking and he cooked found there was something wrong with her heart. Her husband wasn’t at home and she nd wrote all the names of the food on the paper. When she got home, she put the list on the as he saw her, he said happily, “I’ve bought all the food you like, dear!”
( )51. A. no B. some C. much D. enough ( )52. A. lazy B. clever C. careful D. hard
( )53. A. did well in B. was poor at C. was working D. was good for ( )54. A. was angry B. thought hard C. agreed D. said “No.” ( )55. A. a little B. a few C. many D. a lot ( )56. A. rest B. sleep C. hospital D. work ( )57. A. should B. would C. to D. not to ( )58. A. to remember B. to forget C. to catch D. to teach ( )59. A. slept B. went out C. cooked D. ate ( )60. A. reading B. seeing C. cooking D. writing
skill as there is. In Japan, robots are doing it.
is inspecting right there on the spot. When it has identified a wine, the robot speaks up such as whether it is a buttery chardonnay or a full-bodied Shiraz, and what kind of The robots could be “personalized”, or ___its owner prefers and recommend new varieties to fit its owner’s___is analyzing the chemical composition of the wine or food placed before it, it can also much as a new car. There is no plan yet to actually robot, though the sensor could be available as early as next year. ( )61. A. know B. tell C. judge D. recognize ( )62. A. machine B. robot C. human D. wine ( )63. A. unique B. special C. vital D. useful ( )64. A. fingerprint B. cheese C. brand D. robot ( )65. A. match B. mix C. come D. go ( )66. A. programmed B. Specialized C. trained D. identified ( )67. A. choice B. taste C. ability D. brand ( )68. A. defending B. fighting C. warning D. protecting ( )69. A. inexpensive B. expensive. C. dangerous D. unique ( )70. A. advertise B. present C. develop D. market 第三部分 阅读理解
A long time ago, there was an emperor. He had a beautiful garden. In the garden, there was a little nightingale ( 夜莺) singing very beautifully.
One day, the emperor heard about this little bird's beautiful voice. He asked his guards to bring her to him. As soon as the emperor heard the nightingale's voice, he said, "Put her in a golden cage, so she can stay and sing for me whenever I want to hear her." The little bird was so unhappy about being kept in the cage that she stopped singing one day. The emperor was very angry. He ordered the scientists in his palace to make a robot bird for him. The bird could sing very beautifully，too.
The emperor was pleased. Soon the robot bird became old. It no longer sang beautiful songs. Just at that time the emperor became very weak. One morning, while lying in bed, the emperor wanted it to sing once again. But the robot bird couldn't sing any more. Suddenly, the nightingale landed on the window. She began to sing her most beautiful song. The emperor was very happy! He became better and better each day. After the emperor was well, he changed a lot and became kind to his people. From then on, all his people cherished()him for his love and kindness.
( )71. Both the nightingale and the robot bird had a beautiful voice. (
)72. The emperor kept the nightingale in a golden cage in order to hear her sing at any time.
( )73. The nightingale was very happy after she was kept in the golden cage. ( )74. The emperor was not satisfied with the robot bird at first.
( )75. The emperor learned from the nightingale what love and kindness was. 八 阅读下列短文，根据短文内容选择正确答案。（共10小题，计20分）
If you travel by air across the center of Africa or south .
America , you fly over forests for thousands of kilometers .These great forests are the oceans of trees . There are full of thousands and thousands of different kinds of plants and animals .
However , the worlds forests are getting smaller all the time . We are cutting down the trees because we need wood , and we need more farm land . Some people say that there will not be any forests like these in 20 or 30 years . what will happen if they disappear ?
If we cut down forests, a lot of plants and animals will disappear from the world . In a lot of places the new farm land will soon look like the old deserts . Crops will not grow there . It will not rain very often , and the weather will get very hot . Perhaps the climate of the world will change . This will be dangerous for everyone in the world . That is why we must take care of our forests .
( )76. The passage mainly tells us about ____ .
A. the importance of taking care of our plants B. the result of cutting down the trees C.the locations of great forests D.the reasons for forming the deserts ( )77. Which of the following is true according to the passage ? A. Africa and South America are the oceans of trees . B. Forests are homes for different kinds of animals . C. Forests are usually several square kilometers large . D. Different plants can't be found in the same forest . ( )78. The need for more wood and more land results in ____ . A. the change of the world climate
B. the disappearance of many plants and animals
C. more deserts and less farm land . D. all of the above
( )79. What will happen in 20 or 30 years in some people's view ? A. We'll have more and greater forests .
B. We'll have enough land to support our people .
C. We'll have no forests like those in the center of Africa .
D. We'll have enough wood to do some cooking . ( )80. The writer thinks ____ .
A. it dangerous for everyone to cut down the forests B. it necessary for everyone to protect the forests C. it important for everyone to take care of the world D. it important for everyone to keep animals
Americans are proud of their variety and individuality , yet they love and respect few things more than a uniform, whether it is the uniform of a lift operator or the uniform of a five-star general. Why are uniforms so popular in the United States?
Among the arguments for uniforms, one of the first is that in the eyes of most people they look more professional than civilian clothes. People have become conditioned to expect higher quality from a man who wears a uniform. The television repairman who wears a uniform is likely to inspire more trust than one who appears in civilian clothes. Faith in the skill of a garage
mechanic is increased by a uniform. What easier way is there for a nurse, a policeman, a hairdresser, or a waiter to lose professional identity than to step out of uniform? Uniforms also have many practical good points. They are often more comfortable and more lasting than civilian clothes. Primary among the argument against uniforms is their lack of variety and the loss of individuality experienced by people who must wear them. Though there are many types of uniforms, the wearer of any particular type is generally stuck with it, without change, until retirement. When people look alike, they
are likely to think, speak, and act similarly on the job at least.
Uniforms also give rise to some practical problems. Though they are long-lasting, often their initial expense is greater than the cost of civilian clothes. Some uniforms are also expensive to maintain, requiring professional dry cleaning rather than the home laundering possible with many types of civilian clothes.
civilian clothes 百姓服饰
( )81 What surprises us is that Americans _______.
A. still judge a man by his clothes B. think highly of uniforms
C. less prefer wearing civilian clothes D. respect a lift operator in uniform ( ) 82. People are likely to think that a man in uniform ________. A. suggests quality work B. shows his social position
C. appears to he more practical D. looks more fresh and attractive (
)83. Those who are against uniforms believe that people wearing uniforms _____. A. are usually helpful B. have little freedom
C. lose personal character D. enjoy greater popularity ( ) 84.It can be concluded from the passage that ________. A. people generally trust a person in uniform B. people enjoy wearing comfortable uniform C. the cost of the uniform is acceptable to people D. people wear uniforms to show their professions
( )85.The underlined sentence tells us that ________. A. it's impossible for people with jobs to lose their identity
B. people's identity can be recognized more easily by their uniforms C. nurses and policemen must wear uniforms when working D. people in those professions act in an easier way without uniforms
（Julia was reading a letter under a tree. It made her cry. Then here came Annie） A: Julia, let’s go shopping. Oh, ____1_______happening? You look sad.
J: I just heard from my aunt and knew her husband, Uncle John died. I was moved by their love.
A: Would you mind telling me something about their love story?
J: ______2_____not. Uncle John met my aunt at a party. My aunt was standing but nobody paid any attention to Uncle John. After the party, Uncle John invited my aunt for __________3______. In order not to seem rude, my aunt went along.
J: They sat in a nice coffee shop. Uncle John ordered coffee and he wanted some sugar in it. But he was so nervous that he asked the waiter to bring him salt . A: Sounds ______4_______.
J: My aunt was very surprised, but John explained, “When I was a little boy, I lived near the sea. I liked playing in the sea... I enjoyed its salty ________5_______. It was like salty coffee. Now every time I drink it, I think of my childhood and hometown. I missed it and my parents, who are still there.”
A: Your uncle is a man who must love his home and ____6_____about his family.
J: That’s right. He was kind, warm and careful. So they married and lived happily together. Every time my aunt made coffee for him, she put in some_____7_______. After 40 years, last week he died and left her a letter_____8__________said, “My dearest, please forgive my life-long lie. Remember our first date? I was so nervous t
asked for salt instead of sugar. But if I could live a ____9_____time, I would want us to be together again, even if it meant that I had to drink salty coffee for the _____10___of my life.
A: Well, how I wish I could meet such a man like your uncle.
二 短文填词 在空格中填上适当的单词，使短文完整正确。一空一词。按编号把答案依次写在横线上。（每空1分，共10分）
Talk to someone if you are having problems with schoolwork. Speak up as soon as you can, so you can get help right away before you fall behind.
you think of a topic to write about for English class. They also can be helpful by finding perfect place in the house for you to do your homework and keeping supplies, brothers and sisters!
Teachers are also important to you because they can give you advice about the assignment (作业 good system for writing down your assignments and remembering to put all necessary books and papers in your backpack. Teachers can give you study tips and offer ideas abk for advice.
There, you will not only be able to get some help from adults, but also from other kids. can lead you to good resources (资源) for research and offer tips and guidance about site. Talk with your teachers about how to use the resources properly.
With the development of the society, people often feel stressed out, so it is necessary to know hot to reduce stress.
A. There are people and things in this world that you can do nothing about B. Second, learn to accept the world around you.
C. Third, don’t be too interested in material things and don’t try to “keep up with the Joneses”, be satisfied with what you have.
D. Finally, keep in touch with your friends, talk with them, share with them your happiness and misery.
E. First, learn to set a goal according to yourselves. F. Don’t try to change other people or other things.
G. There are many ways that can help us solve this problem, but the following may be the most affective.
H. Don’t set a goal that is too high because there are many things in this world that are beyond your reach.
I. These are not necessarily the only ways to solve the problem, and it is my hope that everyone can reduce the too much stress in his work and study and live a relaxed happy life.
J. Learn to be content to go as far as you can.