1.______ 2.______ 3.______ 4 .______ 5.______
6. How often does the girl go to the English corner on weekdays?
A. Three times a week. B. Four times a week. C. Every other day.
7. What time does the train leave the station ?
A. At 12:03. B. At 2:59. C. At 1:23.
8. Who didn’t go to the park last Sunday?
A. Mike and his sister. B. Kate, Mike and his sister. C. Nobody.
9. How many questions will the students be able to ask the professor at most?
A. 20. B. 7. C. 40.
10. Where are the speakers?
A. In the dining room. B. In the shop. C. In the kitchen.
11.What was Jean doing when the lights went out?
A. Watching TV. B. Going to bed. C. Doing homework.
12.How did the Jane’s father and mother come back from Japan?
A. By plane. B. By ship. C. We don’t know. 听下面一段对话，回答13—15小题．
13.What happened to the girl?
A. Her car stopped working. B. She had a car accident.
C. She was caught in a traffic jam.
14. What is the girl?
A. A student. B. A worker. C. A bus driver.
15. What will the girl think about?
A. Getting a new car. B. Taking the bus. C. Doing part-time jobs.
16. When did the accident take place?
A. Last Monday morning. B. Last Sunday afternoon. C. Last Wednesday afternoon.
17. What caused the clerk to drop the money?
A. A hard push from the crowd. B.A sudden strong wind. C. Some sand into her eyes.
18. Where was the clerk going when the accident happened?
A. To her company. B. To a bank. C. To the bus stop.
19. How much money was lost in the end?
A.￥15,500 B.￥34,500 C.￥15,000
20. What did the clerk’s boss ask her to do at last ?
A. Wear pants to work. B. Try to find the lost money.
C. Leave the company.
21. On the one hand, reading books is _______ to watching movies.
22. On the other hand , reading books is ________from watching movies.
23. Reading books and watching movies are both things to make us _______.
24. Books tell stories a lot more _______ than movies do.
25. When watching a movie, no imagination(想象力) is ________.
( )26. On April 12, 1961, _______ 27-year-old Yuri Gagarin became the first human to go into _______ space.
A. the; 不填 B. the; the C. a; 不填 D. a;the
( )27. -- Could you tell me _______? I’d like to take part in it.-- On July 5th.
A. when will the fashion show be held
B. when the fashion show will be held
C. where will the fashion show be held
D. where the fashion show will be held
( )28. – Excuse me. I want to buy some stamps. Where can I find a post office?
-- I know ________ is not far from here. You can easily find ________.
A. that; it B. it; one C. one; it D. that; one
( )29. Why don’t you _________ us to __________ the speech contest?
A. join; join B. take part in; take part in
C. take part in; join D. join; take part in
( )30. – Where is my pen?
-- I ________ it on the desk, but I don’t know who _________ it away.
A. put; has taken B. put; took
C. have put; took D. have put; has taken
( )31 It’s too cold in the room. Please keep the door _________.
A. open B. closed C. close D. opened
( 32. – The skirt looks different from the others and it’s really nice.
-- Thanks. It ________ by my mother last month.
A. made B. is made C. has been made D. was made
( )33. Don’t drive so fast! We must slow down when we drive _______ the tunnel.
A. past B. across C. over D. through
( )34. -- _________ I swim here?
-- I’m sorry. Children __________ swim alone here.
A. Must; can’t B. May; must C. Can; mustn’t D. Can’t; can
( )35. ________ you do, don’t miss this exhibition, for it’s so hard for me to get the tickets.
A. Whatever B. However C. Whenever D. Whether
( )36. Last year was a hard time to my friend Jim, but he didn’t _______ hope.
A. pick up B. use up C. put up D. give up
( )37. The lady in this photo ________ be over fifty! She looks so young!
A. mustn’t B. must C. can’t D. can
( )38. —________ useful information you have given to me!
—I hope it can help.
A. How B. What C. What an D. What a
( )39. The worker is made ________ six and a half days a week.
A. work B. working C. to work D. worked
( )40. –Your brother often disagrees with you, ________ he?
-- __________. We often have different opinions.
A. does; Yes B. doesn’t; Yes C. does; No D. doesn’t; No
Leonardo da Vinci was a great artist. He lived in in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. He painted some of works. He painting Mona Lisa in 1503.
Da Vinci loved science and And a person can see that there is a lot of geometry(几何学) in Mona Lisa. The face of Mona Lisa is many circles and round shapes like balls. Even her can be seen as a small part of a large circle.
The woman in the painting is on a balcony ( 阳台) ? and mountains can be seen behind her. Da Vinci loved to study rocks and we can see these in his other paintings.
of sitting is now used by many artists when they are painting a picture of a man or woman.
( )41A. China B.Italy C. Japan D. Canada
( )42A. less famous B. more famous C. the least famous D. the most famous
( )43A. forgot B. began C. allowed D. remembered
( )44A. math B. music C. English D. chemistry
( )45. early B. easily C. safely D. happily
( )46A. used for B. worked out C. put away D. made of
( )47A. cry B. tears C. smile D. sadness
( )48A. lying B. walking C. sitting D. reading
( )49A. so B. but C. or D. until
( )50A. under B. behind C. next to D. in front of
My problems started after I went to a boarding(寄宿) school. I was only 14, and at first I missesmy family a lot. I often called them and cried on the phone. But after two weeks, I found I enjoyed being with my classmates at school. I had many friends who were boys. I thought of them as my best friends – but only friends. I never guessed my friendships with boys would become a problem.
Then, three months later, my friends told me that some teachers and girls said I was hanging out with boys all day long in order to get attention from them. Seven months after that, the head teacher Mr. Wang asked the class to choose some students to join the Student Union. I thought I could win for I was doing well in school. I’d already won prizes for the best math and English exams. A week later, the list came out and it didn’t include me. I was sad.
Mr. Wang came to me and said, ―Don’t be sad. I know you’re excellent! Maybe you are a from the girls in our class. They don’t know much about you, so some of them didn’t choose you. It doesn’t matter. Do your best to get along well with everyone and I think you’ll make it next time.‖
( )51. What was the writer’s problem when she first entered the boarding school?
A. She didn’t like her new school. B. She didn’t get along well with her classmates.
C. She missed her family very much. D. She didn’t like her new teacher.
( )52. Many of the writer’s friends in her new school were _______.
A. teachers B. boys C. girls D. women
( )53. Why did the writer fail to join the Student Union?
A. Her teachers didn’t like her. B. She was a poor student.
C. Some girls didn’t choose her. D. She likes showing off herself.
( 54. The underlined word ―distant‖ means ―______‖ in English.
A. estranged (疏远的) B. aggressive(好斗的) C. warm-hearted D. rude
( )55. Which of the following is NOT true, according to the passage?
A .The writer won prizes for the best science and English exams.
B .The writer didn’t realize that her friendships with boys would cause problems.
C. The writer was sad because she failed to join the Student Union.
D. The teacher thought she was an excellent student.
When an earthquake hit a small town, many houses fell down. After the earthquake，all the newspapers reported many stories about some of the families who were in trouble.
One Sunday, when I was reading a newspaper, a special picture touches(触动)me. It suggested everyone should give something helpful to the people in the earthquake. I thought that this would be a good chance to teach my children to help those who were less lucky than themselves. I said to my seven-year-old twins, Brad and Brett, and three-year-old Meghan. "We have so much, and these poor people now have nothing. We'll share what we have with them.‖ I filled a box with foods and clothes. While I was doing this, I encouraged the boys to choose their toys and give away some of their less favorite things. Meghan watched quietly when the boys took out their old toys and games and put them together. Then she walked away. A few minutes later she came back with Lucy, her much-loved doll. She put the doll on top of the other toys. "Oh, dear,‖ I said. ―You don't have to give Lucy. You love her so much.‖ Meghan said, ―Lucy makes me happy, Mommy. Maybe she'll make another little girl happy, too.‖
I looked at Meghan for a long moment. She taught me a lesson. It's easy to give something that we don't want any more，but harder to give what we cherish(珍爱), isn’t it?
（ ）56．An earthquake happened in the writer’s hometown.
（ ）57．The writer learned the news of earthquake on the radio.
（ ）58．The writer decided to buy some clothes for those people in trouble.
（ ）59．The writer didn’t let Meghan give her much-loved doll.
（ ）60．The writer thinks it is more difficult to give what we love a lot.
People often say that the Englishman’s home is his castle(城堡). They mean that the home is very important and personal to him. Most people in Britain live in house rather than flats, and many people own their homes. This means that they can make them individual(个体的); they can paint them, and change them in any way they like. Most houses have a garden, even if it is a very small one, and the garden is usually loved. The house and the garden are the private(私人的) space of the individual.
People usually like to mark their space. Are you sitting now in your home or on a train? Have you marked the space around yourself as yours? If you are on the train you may put your coat or
small bag on the seat beside you. If you share a flat you may have one garden, corner or chair which is your own.
Once I was traveling on a train to London. I was in a section for four people and there was a table between us. The man on the opposite side to me had his briefcase on the table. There was no
space on my side of the table at all. I was angry. Maybe he thought that he owned the whole table. I had read a book about non-verbal communication, so I took various papers out of my bag and put them on his briefcase（公文包）! When I did this he stiffened and his eyes nearly popped (瞪出) out of his head. I had invaded (侵犯) his space! A few minutes later I look my papers off his case in order to read them. He immediately moved his case to his side of the table. Of course, it is possible that he just wanted to be helpful to me!
If you are visiting another country you may feel that you don’t have any private space. Hotel rooms look much the same on every country in the world. All day long, you share public spaces with other people. You see the local people in their private spaces and Local people can create their private spaces by talking about things you don’t know about. And you even feel that they like you to be outside so that they will enjoy being inside even more! This is one of the difficulties being a traveler! But if you understand it then it helps you. Haven’t you enjoyed being part of a group and ―owning‖ a bit of space?
61. The writer was angry as he was traveling on a train to London because ______.
A. he had no place to sit B. someone had invaded his ―space‖
C. too many people shared a section with him
D. some other people talked about things he didn’t know about science.
62. ―…‖ in Paragraph 4 means that ______.
A. you are alone outside the house
B. you feel lonely because you travel on your own
C. you are alone and therefore you go outside to have some fun
D. you feel lonely and you don’t belong to that place or that group of people
63. In Paragraph 4, the pronoun ―them‖ refers to (所指) ―______‖
A. public spaces B. private spaces
C. local people D. other countries
64. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. British people dislike marking their space.
B. You always feel at home in another country.
C. Most British people prefer living in houses to flats.
D. You can’t mark your private space in a foreign country.
65. The main purpose of the passage is to tell readers to ______
A. Own private spaces by living in houses
B. have one corner of their own in public places
C. realize the importance of ―space‖ in communication
D. create their private spaces by talking with local people
Good writing starts with good ideas. If you write about things that you care about, you will write better.（3）If you write about things that you don’t care about, you’ll be bored and your paper will not have many good ideas.
Once you have a good idea, the next step is organization (组织). Think through your paper before you start. Write an outline. You need to know what your main points are before you start your first paragraph. Use 2-4 main points, one paragraph each.
In your central paragraphs, be concise and specific（简洁具体）. Give examples with details, not just general ideas. （4）If you can say the same thing with fewer words, do it! Don’t use more words.
When you finish writing, look at your outline again. Did you really follow it or did it change as you wrote? Many times you find different ideas as you write. Look at your central paragraphs. What are their main ideas now? Are theses ideas in the introduction? I often write the introduction again to fit the paper after I finish writing.
66. What is the 1st step for a good writing?
67. What should you do after finishing writing?
70.Give the best title of the passage?
71.Last year we p_______ a lot of trees around our school. And now they grow well.
72.Please tell me the arrival time and the f______ number. And I will meet you at the airport.
73.His English has achieved a higher l________.
74.Learning English requires a certain e________.
75.Please r________ your hand if you have any questions.
（In the modern society ,advertising is very convenient to us all .In the meantime it can also mislead people .Linda and Mariah are talking about the products that they have ever used.）
Linda：Do you believe the ads on TV or in the paper?
Linda：I agree with you .Last June I believed a misleading advertisement .I saw an ad for ―Nonstick Pan‖ on TV. I ordered one by the telephone number on TV.
Linda：No ,it didn’t work at all. I can’t stand ads like that ! They make me really mad. The pan
cost me about 600 yuan.
Mariah：That’s much too expensive .What have you done with it?
Linda：I have already thrown it away.
Mariah：have an idea .March 15 is a special day with ―Rights and Interests of the Customers.‖ You can write to newspapers and TV stations about it .
Linda：It’s a very nice thought .I’ll do as you say .Have you ever had the same instance as me? Mariah：to buy something I need.
Mariah：Cosmetics（化妆品）.I tried L’OREAL and it works really well. Linda：You are right .We have to be careful .We shouldn’t believe everything we read.
A．What a pity！
B．Some advertisements tell the truth and some don’t.
C．Did it work?
D．It makes your skin soft.
F．I don’t know.
He ran so fast that we couldn’t __________ ___________ wish him.
The old man is badly hurt, he has to ________ _________the hospital at once.
I ________ _________ stay home than go to see a film on a rainy day.
It’s ___________ __________ since he joined the football club.
We are ___________ ____________to the summer holiday.
We have to __________ ____________the sports meeting because of the heavy rain.
She __________ down in bed because she had a ____________yesterday.
She _______me ___________for for-five minutes.
I’d like to __________ ___________ in Australia.
Panadas mainly _____________ ____________ bamboo.
As the saying goes ,roses given ,fragrace in hand . In our daily life, we will meet with a lot of trouble._______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________