. Everyone wants to eat healthily.
A. foods B. clothes C. houses
18. Emma, can you introduce _______ to Alice? I want to make friends with her.
A. him B. her C. me
19. -- Nothing in the world is ________ if you put your heart into it.
-- I agree. You’ll succeed if you work hard.
A. important B. impossible C. necessary
20. -- Can I help you, sir?
A. with B. of C. on
21. -- Would you like to come to my party on Saturday, Sam?
-- I’d love to, I can’t. I have to take a piano lesson.
A. and B. but C. or
22. -- is it from our school to the beach?
-- About 7 kilometers.
A. How far B. How long C. How often
23. -- Look, my father bought me a new iPad.
-- I don’t think we need too many expensive things even though our parents can them.
A. allow B. expect C. afford
24. -- How was your holiday last weekend?
-- Good. I _______ to the mountains with my brother.
A. go B. went C. will go
25. -- I missed the early bus and I had to _______ the next one on such a cold morning.
-- Bad luck!
A. give up B. put off C. wait for
26. Today, smart phones are really helpful. They ______ everywhere.
A. use B. are using C. are used
27. -- I’m trying to sleep. Would you mind ______ the music, please?
-- Sorry, I’ll listen to it outside.
A. turning down B. turning on C. turning up
28.-- Excuse me. Could you tell me how I can get to the Olympic Park?
--_______. I’m new here, too.
A. That’s all right B. Sorry, I don’t know C. Go ahead, please
D.I.Y means: “Do It Yourself. ”way to do things. It helps you save money. Second, people enjoy to do something new. They feel better when they learn a new job. Third, some people work better by
, “I did this all by myself.”
house a few months ago. Now his house looks as beautiful as a new one cars. Now he has learned to do most of the repair work. He enjoys the work very much. 29. A. reasons 30. A. easier 31. A. why 32. A. look at 33. A. carefully 34. A. wet 35. A. painted 36. A. drive
B. habits B. stranger B. how B. look for B. nervously B. old B. broke B. fix
C. problems C. cheaper C. who C. look up C. proudly C. far
C. covered C. sell
I was going to bed the other night when my wife told me that I had left the light on in the shed（储藏室）. She could see it from the bedroom window. As I looked for myself, I saw that there were thieves in the shed taking things. I phoned the police, but they told me that no one was in this area to help at this time, but they would send someone over as soon as they were free.
I said OK, hung up, and waited one minute, then phoned the police back, “Hello, I just called you a minute ago because there were thieves in my shed. Well, you don’t have to worry about them now because I’ve killed them all.”
Within five minutes there were six police cars in the area. Of course, they caught the thieves very quickly. One of the officers said: “I thought you said that you’d killed them!” I replied with “I thought you said there was nobody free!” 37. There were thieves in the A. shed B. bedroom 38. The man A. caught them by himself B. called the police at once 39. The police said that so they couldn’t come and help at first.
A. it was too far B. the car was broken 40. The police when the man called them again.
A. found it boring B. took it serious 41. The thieves were at the end of the story.
A. lost B. killed
C. did nothing but wait C. they were all busy C. let it go C. caught
Good evening and welcome to World Views. Earlier in the day, we spoke to four different people about family traditions. Here’s what they said.
① Christmas presents
One of our traditions is to do with Christmas presents. Most people open their presents in the morning, but we open ours in the late afternoon after Christmas lunch. It’s really nice to do so because opening the presents in the morning makes the rest of the day, you know, it’s boring.
Well, that’s what we think. ③ Easter (复活节)eggs
When we were kids, my parents used to by little chocolate eggs and hide (藏) them around the house. Then when they’d finished we’d be allowed to come into the house to look for them. I think the tradition started because
my mum and dad wanted us to eat less chocolate. And this
was a fun way of stopping us eating too much as the eggs were often too small.
② Birthday cakes
One tradition we have is to do with birthdays, all our
birthday cakes have to be carrot cakes. My dad has to make
the cake. He even has to make the cake for his own birthday!
Perhaps it’s because my mum doesn’t like other tastes cakes.
And the funny thing is, we never have carrot cakes at any other time-only birthdays. ④ Special day We had a tradition in our family for the last day of the summer holidays. The day before we had to go back to school, mum and dad would always take us out for the day. In the morning, we’d get up early and go for a long walk. Next, we’d go for lunch in our favorite restaurant. Then, to the cinema to see a film. Finally, home, where we’d play games. It made going back to school so much better.
A. in the morning B. in the afternoon C. in the evening
43. ’s birthday.
A. Dad B. Mum C. Kids
A. too small B. too expensive C. too much
A. going to the library B. playing games at home C. going to the cinema
46. The best title of this passage may be “
A. Common friends B. Unusual traditions C. Special presents
A B C D E
A recent survey lists some hand gestures（手势）people hate the most in the UK. What do you think of them? Are they popular in your country?
1. Call me
Method: Use yourand little finger to form the shape of a phone. Hold your thumb to
your ear, and your little finger to your mouth.
Meaning: Call me! / I’ll call you! / Let’s call one another.
2. Blah, blah, blah
Method: Make a mouth shape with your hand. Then, move your fingers and thumb to make the mouth look as if it’s talking.
Meaning: You’re boring me!
3. Talk to the hand
Method: Hold up a hand with the palm（手掌）facing someone.
Meaning: Talk to my hand, because I’m not going to listen to you anymore.
4. It’s one of your business
Method: Touch your nose with your index finger（食指）.
Meaning: Stop asking me questions about something that’s none of your business.
5. I’m watching you
Method: Touch the corner of your eye with your index finger. Or, touch the corners of both eyes with your index and middle fingers.
Meaning: I’m watching you. / Be careful.
47. The underlind word “ refers to the finger that’s pointed in .
A. B. C.
48. shows the gesture “Blah, blah, blah”.
A. Picture A B. Picture C C. Picture E
49. Making the gesture of Picture B means “”
A. Be polite B. Be careful C. Be brave
A. stop talking B. ask questions C. listen carefully
51. There’re two pictures that belong to the gesture “” at the same time.
A. Talk to the hand B. It’s one of your business C. I’m watching you
Every James Bond movie starts with a different theme song. It’s usually performed by one of the top artists of the day. Here are three Bond theme songs from the films Diamonds are Forever(1971), A View to a Kill(1985), and Skyfall(2012).
? Diamonds are Forever
Diamonds are Forever(from the movie of the same name) is one of the most famous James Bond theme
songs. The song is sung by Shirley Bassey. She’s one of the most famous British singers of the 20th century.
She’s probably best-known for singing the theme songs to three Bond films: Goldfinger(1964), Diamonds
are Forever(1971) and Moonraker(1979).
? A View to a Kill
A View to a Kill is the theme song from 1985 Bond film of the same name. This song is sung by Duran
Duran, one of the biggest pop groups of the 1980s. They were one of the first groups to appear regularly on
MTV. The band is still together and its members are Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, John Taylor and Richard
Skyfall is the theme song from the latest Bond film of the same name. This song is sung by Adele, a
24-year-old English singer-song writer. She’s been respected(尊重)very much by other musicians. Beyonce
has said she wants to work with her and Madonna recently said, “Adele is wonderful. I love her!” She even
impressed Bond himself. Daniel Craig, the actor who plays 007, said he cried when he first heard the song.
He said it “perfectly matches” the film.
A. film B. actor
A. pop group B. rock singer
A. sung three Bond theme songs B. joined the biggest pop group
C. singer C. songwriter C.been greatly respected and loved
55. If you want to see the latest Bond film, A. Diamonds are Forever B. A View to a Kill
A. James Bond movies B. Bond theme songs C. Skyfall C.007 movie actors
Scientists have a way they use when they are trying to learn something new. It is called the scientific method of inquiry（科学探究方法）.
The first step is to ask a question. It could be “Why do birds fly south for the winter?” Or it could be “How does water turn into ice?” It could be about anything.
Then the scientist must do research. He or she could learn as much about the topic as possible. Next, the scientist makes a . It could be “Bird fly south for the winter because they are cold.” Or it could be “Water will turn into ice when the temperature gets low enough” It’s a so called educated（有根据的）guess. Now, the scientist has a hypothesis, so it must be tested. Scientists do this by conducting experiments in labs, and others do them outdoors.
After the experiments are complete, the scientist must analyze the data（分析数据）. And he should compare it with the hypothesis. Was the hypothesis right or wrong? Even with a wrong hypothesis, scientists can still learn a lot. Finally, they should write about their results. That way, other people can learn, too.
57. The scientific method of inquiry starts from a __________.
A. question B. research C. report
58. The underlined word “” means “__________”.
A. guess B. model C.reason
59. We can test a hypothesis by ________.
A. asking a question B. doing research C. doing experiment
60. To the question we ask, we can always have a __________in the end.
A. perfect answer B. useful result C. new invention
61. We need __________ steps in all when we use the scientific method of inquiry.
A. two B. four C.six
David：Hi, Kevin. What’s wrong with you? Are you OK?
Kevin：To tell you the truth, I feel 66.__________ . I’ve got a headache and sore throat.
David：That’s too bad. When did it 67.__________?
Kevin：About two days ago.
David：Have you seen a 68.__________?
Kevin：I’m going to the hospital right now.
David：Well, I think you must have got a bad 69.________ .You’ll feel much better when you lie
down and 70._________ .
Kevin：I think so. Thank you.
* 当有人对你说 “Thank you so much”, 你应该这样礼貌地回答：
72. ______________________________________________________________English songs, Lily?
73. What time ____________________________________________________every moring, Henry?
75. Don’t ________________________________________________________________________.
提示词：when, dream, for, believe, maybe
17-21 ACBAB 22-26 ACBCC 27-28 AB
29-36 ACBAC BAB
37-41 ABCBC 42-46 BACAB 47-51 ACBAC
52-56 AACCB 57-61 AACBC
Ⅷ. 根据对话情景,填入恰当的单词, 每空一词.（每词1分,共5分）
66. terrible/sick 67. start 68. doctor 69. cold 70. rest
71. You’re welcome.
72. Can you sing
73. What time do you go to school
74. My favorite subject is math
75. eat in class
2 分： 段落有一个较清晰的中心大意
1 分： 语段有良好的过度和衔接