1. A. A. map. B. White colour. C. Very tall.
2. A. Kind and friendly. B. Very late.
3. A. Lovely
4. A. She is shy.
5. A. At night.
6. A. In the sky. B. At 8:00 am B. She is Ann. B. With my parents. B. The bigger one. C. In the room. C. Football C. She is twenty. C. Interesting. C. Quite well.
7. How are the shoes according to the woman?
A. Too small. A. In a restaurant. A. Spring. B. Just so-so. B. In a hospital B. Summer. C. Pretty nice. C. In a reading room. C. Winter. 8. Where are they? 9. What season is it now? 10. What does the man mean? A. He didn‘t take the seat. B. He didn‘t remember the test. C. He didn‘t do well in the test. A. Teacher and student. B. Husband and wife. C. Mother and son. 11. Who are they?
12. What do we know from the conversation？
A. The man forgot about Tima. B. Tima can‘t come to the party. C. The man will see his mother tomorrow.
13. When will the man go back home?
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A. On Thursday. B. On Friday. 14. Why does the man choose the early train?
A. It‘s the only one.
B. It‘s the faster.
15. What does the man think of going by plane？
听下面一段对话，回答16至18题。 16.What do we know about the library? A. It has a lot of books.
B. It doesn‘t have enough money. C. It‘s a nice place to chat. 17. Why is the woman there?
A. She wants to sit and think. B. She‘s waiting for someone. C. She works in the library.
18. What does the man come to the library for?
A. To meet the woman. B. To have a rest.
听下面一段对话，回答19至22题。 19.What is the woman doing? A. Watching a movie. B. Telling a story. 20. How long will the woman stay in France? A. Half a year.
B. One year.
21. What is the woman going to do next? A. Taking a language test. B. Act in a French film. C. Go to a special class. 22. What are they talking about?
A. Studying abroad.
B. French culture.
听下面一段材料，回答23至25题。 23.What are Mr. and Mrs. Scott expecting? A. A visit to their neighbour. B. A new baby‘s coming. C. Questions from Dick. 24. What‘s Dick‘s feeling about the new baby? A. Unhappy.
25. Why are they going to movie? A. The old house is not large enough.
B. The new baby will follow them.
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C. On Saturday. C. It‘s the safer.
C. To borrow some books. C. Having a class. C. Two years.
C. Visiting France.
C. Dick doesn‘t like the old house.
26. Mike is from America. He ________ English.
A. spoke B. will speak C. speaks
27. --When _______ you _______ to learn to skate?
--Five years ago.
A. do; start B. will; start C. had; started
28. –Where are you going for your holiday?
--Well, we _______ yet.
A. haven‘t decided B. hadn‘t decided C. don‘t decide
29. –Thanks for your help.
A. No, thanks B. Let me see C. It doesn‘t matter
30. –Would you mind my using your dictionary?
A. Yes, please B. Of course not C. You are welcome
31. –Look at that girl! Is it Susan?
--No, it _______ be her. She has gone back to her hometown.
A. mustn‘t B. can‘t C. needn‘t
32. –Are you scared of the flight?
--No, just a little ________.
A. angry B. serious C. anxious
33. –Why don‘t you choose the red tie?
--For me, it doesn‘t _________ my shirt very well.
A. fix B. accept C. compare
34. You‘ve given me so much help. I really _______ it.
A. appreciate B. receive C. suppose
35. –Why are you still waiting in line?
--I‘ve missed my _______ .
A. place B. order C. turn
36. –How many students are there in the classroom?
--__________. They are all in the lab.
A. Some B. None C. All
37. –Waiter, $ 20 for dinner, right?
--I‘m afraid $25, sir, for drinks are ________.
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D. had spoken D. did; start D. didn‘t decide D. That‘s OK D. My pleasure D. wouldn‘t D. calm D. match D. regard D. time D. Neither
A. extra B. free C. high D. spare 38. –Do you know the man under the tree? --Sorry, I don‘t know _______. A. how is he B. what is he C. who he is D. bother 39. –How about the exhibition that day? --It was very noisy, but that didn‘t ________ me. A. hurt A. put up B. impress B. gave up C. change C. picked up D. bother D. used up 40. It was a difficult time, but we never ________ hope.
Denny Crook was a famous photographer. He traveled all over the world, taking pictures for magazines and newspapers, and won many prizes.
―I‘ll do anything to get a good photo,‖ he often said. ―I‘ll go anywhere at any time, even if it is (41).‖
And he told the (42). He had photos of earthquakes, forest fires, floods and even wars. If something interesting happened, Denny went to photo it.
He was a married man and his wife often asked him to take her with him, but he always
(43).‖I‘ll travel for my work, not for (44),‖ he told her . ―You won‘t enjoy yourself, and I won‘t have (45) to look after you. Sometimes there‘s not even anywhere to (46), and I have to sleep outside. I often don‘t have a good (47) or a bath for days. You won‘t like it.‖
―Denny, I‘m not a child,‖ his wife didn‘t (48). ―I can look after myself. Please take me with you the next time you go overseas.‖
Denny did not say anything, but he (49) about it, and when he was asked to go to Africa he said to his wife, ―You can come to Africa with me if you want to. I‘ve got to take photos of wild
(50) there. It should be interesting and not too uncomfortable.‖
His wife was very (51), and at first she had a very enjoyable time.
Then Denny went to off to (52) some lions to photo. His wife went with him, but before long they became separated. She walked down one path while he walked down the other.
Suddenly, Denny heard her (53). He ran back and saw her running toward him. A huge lion was chasing her.
Quickly Denny took his camera out of its case and (54) it at his wife and the lion.
Then he shouted, ―(55), woman! I can‘t get you both in the picture!‖
41. A. dangerous
42. A. lie B. natural B. reason
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C. convenient C. news D. impossible D. truth
43. A. allowed 44. A. wealth 45. A. money 46. A. meet 47. A. meal 48. A. agree 49. A. worried 50. A. land 51. A. confused 52. A. find 53. A. singing 54. A. threw 55. A. Hurry up
B. refused B. prize B. time B. work B. picnic B. understand B. forgot B. flowers B. excited B. feed B. crying B. fired B. Look out
C. failed C. pleasure C. interest C. shop C. room C. reply C. asked C. animals C. surprised C. drive C. laughing C. showed C. Slow down
D. joked D. luck D. ability D. stay D. party D. complain D. thought D. people D. disappointed D. shoot D. cheering D. pointed D. Go ahead
One midnight, a little girl woke up to pass water. She by herself got up and down her bed, walked to the bedroom door and opened it. She looked outside and walked back, for it was so dark in the hall that she feared.
Her mother said, ―Don‘t be afraid, honey. Take courage!‖ ―What‘s courage?‖ she asked, running to her mother‘s bed. ―Courage is the brave breath,‖ her mother answered. ―Mum, do you have courage?‖ ―Certainly.‖
The girl held out her little hands, saying, ―Mum, blow some of your breath of courage to me.‖
After her mother blew out two mouthfuls of breath into her little cold hands, the little girl clenched her fists(握拳) nervously, afraid that the ―breath of courage‖ would run away. Then with her fists clenched, she walked out of the bedroom towards the bathroom with nothing to fear.
Her mother said to herself, ―It will be nice if someone can blow some kind of ?breath‘ to me. Then I can hold it in my hands too when I feel terrified or lost.‖
In fact, mostly, what we are terrified of is nothing but the fear in our mind. Who we should defeat(战胜) is nobody but ourselves. 56. The girl walked back because __________.
A. the bathroom was too far away. C. she was too afraid of the dark
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B. her mother wouldn‘t go with her D. the bedroom door was locked
57. We learn from the reading that ___________.
A. an advertisement B. a food report C. a shopping list D. a menu 62. It‘s clear that the Eatery __________. A. can hold 150 people at most C. was set up in the year of 1980 B. only provides Chinese food C. doesn‘t offer many choices A. the girl went to the bathroom by herself B. the girl pretended to be terrified of nothing C. the girl‘s mother was able to blow brave breath D. the girl‘s mother was very proud of herself A. held out her little hands C. talk to her mother A. adults are always brave enough B. children learn to be brave quickly C. the fear in one‘s mind is the real problem D. the mother can deal with anything with breath A. The Fearless Mother C. One midnight B. One Lonely Girl D. The Breath of Courage B. clenched her fists D. held her own breath 58. To stop ―mother‘s breath‖ from running away, the girl __________. 59. The writer mainly wants to tell us that ________. 60. Which is the best title of the passage?
63. At the loch Ness Eatery, visitors can ________.
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A. book comfortable room C. cook for themselves A. the prices of food and drinks C. the name of the manager A. to serve people for a long time C. let people take away B. have a picnic D. get a good relaxation B. the address of the Eatery D. the way of getting in touch with the Eatery B. meet the needs of different visitors D. help people learn about people 64. The reading also tells us _________. 65. The Eatery provides almost everything to _________.
He was struggling(费劲) to tie his shoes. I was struggling with whether I should help him. I did, and he was grateful.
―Thank you,‖ he said.
―I‘m glad I could help. I just thought it would be easier for me to reach,‖ I said.
He was a disabled man, and forced to look down most of the time. His arms and legs were twisted(扭曲的) terribly, and he couldn‘t do what the rest of us would consider easy tasks. He always managed to look up to see how you reacted(反应) to his words, however. He had a big smile, making me feel comfortable.
I was still on my knees by his wheelchair.
―Nice shoes,‖ he said.
―Thanks. No one ever complimented me on them before,‖ I said.
―No one has the same view of the world as I do,‖ he replied.
―Tell me about the world as you see it,‖ I said smiling.
―Most people can see if someone is comfortable with them or not in their eyes. I see it in their feet.‖ he said. ―If people keep moving their feet, I just let them go, because I know they‘re impatient with me. I don‘t want to make people uncomfortable.
―What about me? I asked.
―Inervous.‖ he said. ―I don‘t normally have someone look me in the eye.‖
―They don‘t know what they‘re missing,‖ I told him.
―My old face is nothing to brag(自夸) about.‖ he said.
―But that smile is so big.‖
Yes, and it‘s not only a big smile but an attitude.
66. The disabled man knew people were impatient mostly by their _________.
A. words C. feet B. eyes D. smile
67. The unlined word compassion is the closet in meaning to ___________.
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A. attention C. trust B. pity D. duty B. always asked people for help D. liked to talk about people‘s shoes B. the man looked him in the eye D. the man had a big smile on the face 68. We learn that the disabled man _________. A. had great difficulty looking after himself C. couldn‘t have a big smile A. he had a nice talk to the man C. he didn‘t move his feet before the man 69. The writer felt comfortable because _________. 70. We can infer from the passage that _________. A. the disable man had something wrong with his mind B. not many people went down to the man‘s level C. the man was good at telling people about the world D. the writer would not give the man move help
I‘and she didn‘t (71) me. It all started when she asked me if she could copy my homework. I asked her why she wanted to do that, and she said that she had forgotten to do hers. I said I didn‘t think it was a good idea. I said it would start a bad (72) and she should do her own work. She got really
(73) at me and said she didn‘t want to be my best friend anymore. I said that was OK and that I was sure she would (74) it. And she did. Yesterday she told me she was (75). She said it was much better if she did her own work.
One day Harvey‘s wife was cleaning out a cupboard.
―Look at all these umbrellas,‖ Harvey‘s wife said to him. ―There are eight and they all ‖
―I‘ll take them all to the umbrella shop and have them repaired,‖ Harvey said. ―They are too ‖
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stop, he picked up her umbrella and stood up.
―Hey!‖ the woman said, ―‖
―I‘m so sorry.‖ Harvey said, giving it to her. ―Please excuse me for taking your umbrella by ‖
The next day he collected the umbrellas from the umbrella shop and got on the bus. As he sat ―‖ He turned around and saw the woman whose umbrella he had almost taken the day before.
假设你是Li Ming, 请给你的美国笔友Tom 写一封 e—mail，介绍你的英语老师Mr. Lee。要点如下：
1.他40岁，有一个幸福的家；2. 性格外向，与学生相处很好；3. 他的课堂很有趣，课后常帮我们学英语；4. 不抽烟，非常喜欢运动，擅长下棋；5. 写一至两点其他同学对他的看法。 注意：
参考词汇：outgoing adj. 外向的 smoke v. 吸烟 chess n. 棋
1.A 2.C 3.B 4.B 5.C 6.B 7.C 8.A 9. A 10.C 11.C 12.B 13.B 14.A 15.C
16.B 17.C 18.C 19.A 20.B 21.C 22.A 23.B 24.A 25.A
26.C 27.D 28.A 29.D 30.B 31.B 32.C 33.D 34.A 35.C 36.B 37.A 38.C
41.A 42.D 43.B 44.C 45.B 46.D 47.A 48.A 49.D 50.C 51.B 52.A 53.B
56.C 57.A 58.B 59.C 60.D 61.A 62.C 63.D 64.D 65.B 66.C 67.B 68.A
71. talk to 72. habit 73. mad 74. get over 75. sorry
76. broken 77. throw 78. left 79. ready 80. usually 81. seats 82. belongs
83. mistake 84. voice 85. successful
I‘m very happy to tell you something about my English teacher, Mr. Lee.
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Mr. Lee is 40 years old. He has a happy family. He is an outgoing man. At school, he is very friendly and gets well with us. His class is very interesting. We all like to learn English. After class, he often helps us with our English. Do you know? He hates smoking. And he likes sports very much, especially, he is good at chess. He is really a good teacher. We all like him.
Could you tell me something about your teachers? I am looking forward to hearing from you. Best wishes.
【解析】形容词的用法。句意：——你害怕闪电吗？——不，只是有点焦虑。angry “生气的”； serious “严重的”； anxious “焦虑的”； calm “平静的”，从句意上看，只有C符合题意。
【解析】基本句型。句意：——你为什么不选红色的领带？——对我来说，它和我的衬衫不是很配。fix “修理;校准”； accept “接受”； compare “对照，比较”； match “比赛；
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【解析】基本句型。句意：你已经给了我这么多的帮助。我真的很感激。appreciate“感激”； receive “得到，收到”； suppose “猜想”； regard “尊敬；尊重”。从句意上理解，只有A项符合题意，故选A。
【解析】名词的用法。句意：——你为什么仍然在排队？——我错过了我的一次机会了。place “地方”； order “顺序”； turn“(依次轮流时各自的)一次机会”； time“时间”。通过句意可知，只有C项符合题意，故答案为C。
【解析】基本句型。句意：——那天的展览怎么样啊？——太吵了，但是那根本烦扰不了我。hurt“受伤”； impress“给…..印象深刻”； change“改变”； bother“烦扰”。从句意可知，只有D符合句意，所以选D。
【解析】习惯用法。句意：这是一个困难的时刻。但是我们从没有放弃希望。put up “举起；抬起”；give up“放弃”；pick up“拾起”；use up“用完；耗尽”。从句意可知，只有B项符合题意，故答案为B。
41.A 通过下文的―He had photos of earthquakes, forest fires, floods and even wars‖可知，他去的都是危险的地方。
42.D tell the truth为固定搭配，意思为―说实话‖。
43.B 从后句―You won‘t enjoy yourself,‖可知他拒绝了他的妻子要求。
46.D 从后句的―I have to sleep outside.‖可知，经常没有地方呆。
49.D 固定短语think about…，表示为―‖，故答案为D。
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51.B 通过后句―at first she had a very enjoyable time‖可知，开始他的妻子非常兴奋。
53.B 从后句―A huge lion was chasing her.‖可知，他老婆应当是哭了。
56.C 细节理解题。通过句子“for it was so dark in the hall that she feared.”可知答案为C。
58.B 细节理解题。从句子“the little girl clenched her fists(握拳) nervously, afraid that the ―breath of courage‖ would run away.”可知答案为B。
60.D 整体理解题。从整篇文章看，小女孩不再害怕是应为她的母亲给了她“breath of courage”，所以答案D最合适。
65.B 细节理解题。从广告的内容看，The Eatery能够向不同的客人提供不同的需求。
66.C 细节理解题。从文章中的句子―If people keep moving their feet, I just let them go, because I know they‘re impatient with me.‖可知答案为C。
69.D 细节理解题。从文中―He had a big smile, making me feel comfortable.‖可知答案为D。
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