1. A. How long did you stay at school last year?
B. How long did you live in school last year?
C. How long were you away from school?
2. A. She has been there once, and I have been there once, too.
B. She has been there twice, but I haven’t.
C. Both she and I have been there twice.
3. A. Shall we go to the park at 1:15?
B. We won’t go to the park at a quarter?
C. We will go to the park at a quarter to one.
4. A. I bought a book from a shop yesterday.
B. I found a book five minutes ago.
C. Two days ago, I borrowed a book from the library.
5.A. We’ll meet in a long time.
B. We met last week.
C. We haven’t seen each other for a long time.
6. What was the score?
A. 0:40 B. 0:4
C. 0:14 7. How does the man know the woman has a room? A. By asking the local people
B. By reading newspapers
C. By making phone calls
8. Why didn’t the man hear the knocking?
A. Because the man was writing a paper
B. Because the man thought there was no good programme.
C. Because the man was reading a newspaper.
9. How is the girl at English?
A. Better than the boy. B. Very good.
10. What are the man and the woman talking about?
A. A film.
C.Not as good as the boy. B. A job in the newspaper. C. A TV play. 1
11. Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A. At a hotel. B. In a store. C. In a hospital.
12. What doesn’t the man want?
13. What time does Bob get up in the morning?
A. At 4:00 a.m. B. At 5:00 a.m. C. Very early. B. An evening newspaper. C. An English newspaper.
14. Who prepares breakfast for Bob every day?
A. Bob’s father. B. Bob’s mother C. Nobody
15. How does Bob spend his spare time?
A. He plays basketball.
16. A. On Yangpu Bridge.
C. In Yu Garden.
17. A. On the right.
18. A cook. B. In Luxun Park. B. He goes out with his friends. C. He has no spare time. D. In Shanghai Zoo. B. On the left. C. In the middle. D. Near a park. B. A coach. C. A postman. D. A waiter.
C. Size L. D. Size XL. 19. A. Size S. B. Size M.
20.A. She is ready to help others. B. She comes to school on time.
C. She never gives up halfway. D. She loves her teachers very much.
21.A. Monday. B. Sunday.
23.A.Japanese. B. 3 hours. C. Friday. D. Saturday. C. 1.5 hours. D. 2.5 hours. D. Chinese. B. Canadian. C. British.
24.A.On the 3rd floor.
C. On the 1st floor. B. On the 2nd floor. D. On the 4th floor.
25.A. If you eat a cake, you will be fat.
B. You can still go on a diet by eating steak, beef and pork.
C. If you buy a cake, you had better not eat it as it will make you fatter.
D. It is impossible to be on a diet if you still eat steak, beef and pork.
26.What does the woman want to talk about the coach?
A. About the game
A. For 2 years B. About coaching B. For 10 years C. About football C. For 10 months
C. Fall off the tree. 27. How long did the coach play professional football? 28.How did he break his leg? A. In a football match.
29.What did he want to do first?
A. To coach professional football.
B. To coach university football.
C. To coach high school football.
30.Why is he coaching university men now?
A. Because he wants to play with young men.
B. Because the university wanted him and asked him.
C. Because he doesn’t want to work with young women.
31.Where could the dialogue happen?
A. In a shop B. In a library C. In a hospital B. In a traffic accident.
32.Why did the young man go to see the doctor?
A. He didn’t know where to begin his talk.
B. He felt difficult to fall asleep.
C. He felt unhappy most of the day.
33.How long has the young man been ill?
A. For about 2 days. B. For about 3 years. C. For about 2 years.
34.In what season did the young man feel worse?
A. In spring B. In autumn C. In winter
35.What did the doctor ask the young man to do?
A. To take more medicine
36. Some businessmen could afford the sweet oranges and brought them from Europe to the East.
37. In the fifteenth century, sweet oranges were expensive and rare at that time.
38. It is impossible for the sweet orange trees to grow well in cold countries.
39. In summer, the sweet orange trees must be moved into greenhouses.
40. Today, America produces the sweetest oranges around the world.
B. To burn away his worries C. To take more exercise 3
41. Manson, the oral English teacher, was aged about__________.
42. Manson often chose different special __________for the students to discuss.
43. Manson also__________ "Taiji" in his spare time.
44. Manson has trouble in losing __________.
45. The students all thought that they were quite __________to have such a good English teacher.
by Meng Haoran
The spring morning comes before I ____51_____.
Birds are ___52____ singing all around.
Wind and rain come and go ___53_____ the night.
No one knows how ___54____ flowers have __55_____ down.
Jiaozi, or dumplings with meat and v____56____ fillings(馅), is very popular during the Spring Festival. To make jiaozi, f____57_____of all, you should chop(剁)the meat into pieces：Then add salt, oil, ginger, green onions, Chinese cabbage and mix them up to make the fillings. Then make the flour to soft dough(面团) by hand, and cut it into small pieces. After that, press each piece w____58 ____ your hand and get a pancake. You should hold the pancake and put the fillings in the center and seal the edges. The next step is to put the dumplings i____59____boiling water. Finally, when they are well cooked, it is time to e____60____them!
Class, now let’s talk about success and __61__ people. Sun Fei, what does success mean__62__ you?
To me, success means overcoming our problems. I like the running sport and I admire a runner from Australia __63__Heath Francis.
Can you tell the class more about him?
Yes. Heath was just seven years old when he lost his right arm in an accident. He had a gift for__64__and kept practising every day. He has won many medals in the games__65__disabled people. He is a great runner. I think he is successful.
B. real B. listened B. to B. many B. fall C. read C. hear C. out C. often C. fell D. realize D. heard D. during D. long D. fallen B. successful C. successfully D. succeed B. in C. for D. at 5
B. to call B. to run C. called D. calling C. running D. runs B. for C. of D. at
Korean culture is really exciting right now. The Korean Wave is sweeping Asian countries including China. Young people are going crazy about Korean TV dramas, Korean pop songs, taekwondo and the Korean language.
The Korean Wave started a few years ago with the TV series “Winter Sonata”. This love story is still popular. People, especially girls, like the beautiful story and handsome actors like Bae Yong Jun (裴勇俊).
In the music world, Korean girls are making themselves heard in China. You can often find big Korean names like Baby Vox, S. E. S and Finkle at the top of the Chinese music charts (排行榜). The Korean Wave has also made young people want to try the clothes and hairstyles of pop stars, too. Not only that. Now some girls in China are having plastic surgery (整容) to change the way they look. People say some beautiful Korean stars have had plastic surgery. These stars don’t make plastic surgery look shameful.
Are all the faces of beautiful Korean girls not real? Find out for yourself when you next visit South Korea.
根据短文，选择最佳答案： 66. What does the Korea Wave refer to? It refers to ____.
A. Korean TV dramas C. Korean language B. Korean culture. D. Korean actors 67. When did the Korean Wave start? It started with ____.
A. the Korean pop songs B. Taekwondo
D. the Korean food C. the TV series “Winter Sonata” 68. Who is the famous actor in Korean dramas?
A. Bae Yong Jun
C. S. E. S B. Baby Vox D. Finkle
69. Korean stars often change their looks by ____.
A. singing pop songs
B. acting in TV dramas D. having plastic surgery C. trying different food
70. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Winter Sonata tells a very famous love story.
B. Young people like Korean pop stars’ clothes and hairstyles.
C. Chinese girls also want to try plastic surgery.
D. Korean pop stars think plastic surgery is shameful.
Last spring I was walking in a park．In front of me there was a mum and her 3-year-old daughter. The little girl was holding a string(线), which had a balloon at the other end.
All of a sudden, a light wind took the balloon away from the little girl. I thought she would cry.
But, no! As the little girl turned to watch her balloon rise to the sky, she cheerfully shouted out "Wow!"
That little girl taught me something. Later that day, I received a phone call from my friend, he told me an unexpected problem. I felt lied replying with "Oh no, what should we do?" But remembering that little girl, I found myself saying, "Wow, that is interesting! How can I help you?"
One thing is for sure — life is always going to make us face unexpected problems. However, how to deal with them is our choice. We can choose to be annoyed or interested.
No matter what the situation is, a "Wow!" will always beat "Oh, no. "
So the next time you meet one of life's unexpected guests, remember that little girl and make it a "Wow!" experience. The "Wow!" always works.
71. Who was holding a string with a balloon?
A. The writer.
B. The mother. D. My friend. C. The little girl.
72. What did the girl do when the balloon rose to the sky?
A. She was crying.
B. She ran to her mother. D. She was happy and cheered "Wow!" C. She asked me to help her.
73. What can learn from the little girl?
A. How to play.
B. How to deal with unexpected problems. D. How to help others. C. How to choose friends.
74. Which of the following is true according to the passage?
A. The little girl is 3 years old this year.
B. My friend told me a happy thing.
C. No matter what the situation we face, a "Wow" always beat "Oh, no".
D. The mother shouted "Wow!" when the balloon rose to the sky.
75. How do we deal with the unexpected problems in our life?
The Shanghai Changjiang Tunnel-Bridge opened to traffic on October 31. Traffic has begun to flow over the bridge and tunnel system connecting Shanghai's downtown with Chongming Island.
The tunnel-bridge has two parts; an 8.9-kilometer tunnel between Pudong and Changxing Island and a 10. 3-kilometer bridge from Changxing to Chongming. In the past, travelers had to take ferries on trips that could last for more than two hours and in bad weather there was no connection at all. Nowadays, a car ride from Shanghai's downtown to Chongming will just take less than an hour.
The new road connection will make life easier for the 700,000 people who live in Chongming and for the countless downtown citizens who visit Chongming for work and play and enough space has been left for a possible future extension of the city's Underground Line 9 to Chongming. "We were waiting for such a traffic project for a long time," said a traveler.
76.The Shanghai Changjiang Tunnel-Bridge opened to ________ on October 31.
77.The tunnel system is used for ________ Shanghai's downtown with Chongming Island.
78.The bridge from Changxing to Chongming is ________ kilometers long.
79.Nowadays, it takes less than ________ minutes from downtown to Chongming by car.
80.Citizens in Shanghai come to Chongming Island for work and ________.
Liu Xiang is ___________ ____________ __________ Yao Ming all over China.
82. Tom 是他们班最高的男生。
Tom is taller than _______ _________ boys in his class.
I want to see her as __________ as _________.
He spoke _________fast _________others couldn’t understand.
Where there is a _______, there is a __________.
B. Hate. C. Annoy. D. Escape(逃避). 8
86. A.The boys who are playing football are from Class One.
B. The man whom you met just now is my friend.
The teacher asked the students what they were doing.
My mother asked me what I had done the day before.