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一.单选题 (15分)

1. —How about party held in our school hall last Friday?

—I should say it was a great success.

A. a B. an C. the D. /

2. —Excuse me. Is there a flower shop nearby?

—I know . I will take you there.

A. one B. it C. some D. that

3. —Would you like to play tennis with me tomorrow?

—Sure, it rains.

A. since B. but C. unless D. until

4. —The blue dress looks nice you, Sandy.

—Thank you.

A. in B. on C. with D. for

5. —Mum, could you buy me this watch?

—I’d love to, but I haven’t got enough money. We can buy a one.

A. better B. best C. cheaper D. cheapest

6. — can we go to the theme park tomorrow, Jack?

—Sorry, I won’t go with you. My father will drive me there.

A. Who B. When C. Where D. How

7. How nice the food smells! I’m sure it taste delicious.

A. must B. can C. may D. should

8. —I went to your office at 9:00 this morning, but I didn’t see you.

—Sorry, I a talk with Mr Brown in his office.

A. have B. am having C. had D. was having

9. —Oh, I’m sorry for being late.

—It doesn’t matter. The film for just five minutes.

A. started B. has started C. has been on D. had been on

10. —When can we go home this afternoon, Mr Zhang?

—You can’t leave until the work .

A. finishes B. will be finished C. has finished D. is finished

11. —I’m afraid I can’t pass the maths exam.

—Don’t worry. I’ll spend as much time as I can you with it.

A. help B. helping C. to help D. to helping

12. If you travel in Guilin, you can a bicycle from the bus station and ride around the city to enjoy its beauty.

A. hire B. order C. spare D. afford

13. —Let’s go on a trip to “Slow Town” in Gaochun this Saturday, shall we?

—Good idea. But I wonder .

A. what time shall we start B. whether it’s going to rain

C. how long can we stay there D. where we were going to meet

14. —What shall I do next?

—You’d better take the advice is given by Mr. White.

A. who B. whose C. which D. what

15. —Could you tell me how to use the digital camera?

—. Give it to me, please.

A. With pleasure B. I’m afraid not C. I hope so D. That sounds good


The man walked down the trail (小径) on a cold day. There was white snow and ice everywhere. This was his first winter in Alaska. He was wearing heavy clothes, but he still felt cold and The man was on his way to a camp near Henderson. He expected to Henderson by six o’clock that evening. It would be dark by then. His friends were already there. They would have a and hot food ready for him.

A dog walked behind him. It was a big animal, half dog and half wolf. The dog did not like the terrible cold. It knew the weather was too cold to .

The man continued to walk down the trail. He came to a frozen river. He began to walk on the snow-covered As he walked, he looked carefully at the ice in front of him. He and then walked around. He saw water running under the ice. It made the ice he stepped on it, he might break through the ice. To get his shoes wet in such cold weather might him.

At about twelve o’clock, the man decided to stop to . He took off the glove on his right hand. He opened his bag, and took out his bread and meat. It took less than twenty seconds. Yet, his fingers began to freeze. He hit his hand against his leg several times he felt a pain. Then he quickly put on his glove. He made a fire, sat on a snow-covered rock and ate his lunch. He enjoyed the warm fire for a few more minutes. Then he stood up and started walking on the frozen river again.

16. A. unusual B. unhealthy C. uncomfortable D. unhappy

17. A. find B. reach C. leave D. visit

18. A. candle B. package C. gift D. fire

19. A. travel B. work C. bark D. fight

20. A. ground B. rock C. ice D. path

21. A. stopped B. jumped C. stayed D. waited

22. A. weak B. strong C. thick D. thin

23. A. protect B. kill C. punish D. save

24. A. drink some water B. do some running C. eat his lunch D. make a fire

25. A. when B. until C. after D. while

三.阅读理解 (30分,每小题3分)


Trudy is the editor of her school newspaper. She thinks newspapers should have advertisements. So she asked the students to advertise in the newspaper. Here are some of the advertisements she

26. What does Alan want to buy?

A. A lovely Persian kitten. B. A Window 7 PC.

C. A watch with Hello Kitty. D. A ticket for Raiders’ concert.

27. Which of the following is TRUE according to the advertisement?

A. Tom wants to find a part-time job for free.

B. Mary wants to sell her MP4 without earphones.

C. John wants to sell his six lovely Persian kittens.

D. Lucy wants to buy a concert ticket with a good price.


For hundreds of years, the people of a Scottish town believed that a dinosaur-like monster lived in a nearby lake called Loch Ness. Many said they saw the creature, but no one could prove it was real.

In 1934, a London doctor, Robert Kenneth Wilson, gave a newspaper a photo of the monster. He took the picture, he said, when he suddenly saw the animal in the lake one morning. The news travelled around the world. People came from everywhere to see this creature, now called the “Loch Ness Monster”. Then, in 1993, a man named Christian Spurling surprised everyone. He said the photo of the Loch Ness Monster was a fake. He and some friends created the famous picture themselves, and then Wilson gave it to the newspaper as a practical joke.

Today, tricks and jokes like this are common, and many are spread using e-mail or micro-blog. Some can be funny, but others can cause trouble. In August, 2000, an e-mail was sent from a large British supermarket chain—Safeway—to thousands of its customers. It said, “Store prices are going to increase 25 percent. If you don’t like this, go to another store.” It was signed, “the Safeway Team”. The e-mail upset many of Safeway’s customers and caused big problems for the supermarket. Later, Safeway discovered what happened. Someone broke into the company’s web site and sent the fake e-mail.

Not all the tricks are as bad as this one. Some make us laugh, and others surprise us. In the end, they all show us that seeing is not always believing.

28. Loch Ness Monster was proved to be in the end.

A. a real creature B. a practical joke

C. an unknown animal D. a dinosaur-like monster

29. Which of the following is the best title of this passage?

A. Believe it or not B. A fake e-mail

C. Seeing is believing D. Loch Ness Monster


Before I came to England, I’d read about English customs (习俗). For example, I knew English people drove on the left side of the road. I knew that English people said “please” and “thank you” a lot and I knew that the money they used was called pounds and pence. It was quite a shock when I bought a newspaper and a bottle of drink at the airport, and the woman behind the counter said, “That’ll be 2 quid, love.” I made a quick calculation (计算) and decided to hand over two £1 coins. Imagine my relief when she said “Ta, love”. I didn’t know what that meant either, but at least she was smiling, so I must got the money right.

I soon learned that a “quid” is a pound. There are several explanations for this, but the one I like best is that “quid” comes from “Quidhampton Mill”, which used to produce the special paper that pound notes (纸币) were printed on.

My new English friends often talked about “fivers” and “tenners” but the meaning of these was

obvious: a fiver is simply a £5 note and a tenner is a £10 note. They would also speak about things like computers or cars costing a “grand” or a “couple of grand”. It took me a while, but I finally figured out that a “grand” was a thousand pounds.

Just when I thought I had got used to English money, I saw the following advertisement in a local newspaper: “Wanted: Sales Clerk, London Area, £25k”. I was completely confused. I knew from my computer course that “k” meant “kilobyte”. I didn’t know that it could also mean “thousand” in newspaper advertisements. A few days later a friend explained the mystery. The advertisement was not for a 25-kilobyte clerk, but for a clerk who would earn £25,000 a year.

30. Why did the writer feel shocked after he heard the woman’s words at the airport?

A. Because the woman called him “love”.

B. Because the woman’s smile made him nervous.

C. Because he didn’t understand what “quid” meant.

D. Because the newspaper and mints at the store were expensive.

31. What does “Quidhampton Mill” in the second paragraph refer to (所指)?

A. A pound note. B. A paper factory.

C. The name of a person. D. A special kind of paper.

32. What does the passage talk about?

A. English customs. B. English money.

C. The English language. D. Shopping in England.


When I was a boy, I belonged to the Boy Scouts (童子军), so I used to go camping every summer, and once something happened which I have never been able to explain.

We were camping in a place above a river. After arriving, we all rushed down to the river and had a swim. Standing by the river, we noticed that it was surrounded (环绕) by cliffs (悬崖). If someone wanted to reach the river at this point, he had to walk past our camp.

Several days later, the scoutmaster had to be away for a day. That afternoon, we had supper early. We were sitting round the fire, eating and talking, when a man walked past and went down towards the river. We all felt that this man looked very strange, but, because each of us was afraid of looking very stupid, no one said anything.

We ate rather slowly, taking as long as possible. After finishing, we collected our plates together so that we could take them to the river where we always washed them. But no one moved towards the river—we stood looking at each other ashamed. Then all shouting at once, we began talking about the man who had walked past us. We agreed how strange he looked and we wondered what he could be doing by the river. We knew that he could only return by passing through our camp.

An hour passed. Then one of the boys suggested we should creep (悄悄移动) down by the river so that we could see what the man was doing. Moving very slowly and keeping in the shadow, we crept down towards the bank. One boy climbed a tree so that he could see everything clearly. He called to us that there was no one there, so we ran down to the bank, looking everywhere carefully. We could not understand where the man had gone.

When it got dark, we went back to our camp feeling bewildered. We told the scoutmaster what had happened in the evening. Smiling, he doubted if we had seen the man, but finally suggested we go and look again. We did, but there was no one there.

Many years have passed, but I still remember it as if it were yesterday. What did we see? I do not know.

33. The writer in the text mainly tells us .

A. the story of his childhood B. about a stranger by the river

C. a strange camping experience D. about a good place for camping

34. The word “bewildered” in the text probably means “”.

A. 惭愧的 B. 胆怯的 C. 迷惑的 D. 兴奋的

35. The writer still remembers the event because A. the boys acted foolishly B. the camping place is beautiful

C. no one could explain the event D. he enjoyed his camping that summer


36. Many people are not used to the cold (冬季) in Nanjing.

37. I feel very (自豪) to be a member of the school football team.

38. We’ll have to wait for another two hours because of the late (到达) of the train.

39. Ann (很少) watches TV these days because she is busy with her lessons.

40. Last week I asked Paul to lend me some money, but he (拒绝).


41. Please stop (cry) and tell me what’s happened to you, little girl.

42. We finally came to an (agree)—I would cook and Ann would clean.

43. My family will hold a party to celebrate my grandma’s (sixty) birthday.

44. —What do you think of this book?

—It’s quite good. A lot of (value) advice can be found in it.

45. Six months after the accident, he still has difficulty (walk).


1. 当你犹豫不决时,红色能帮你拿定主意。

Red will help you when you are 2. 没有你的帮助,我无法解出这道题目。

The problem can’t 3. 比起那些衬衫来,他和他父母都更喜欢这些棉质的。

Not only his parents but also he 4. 你能告诉我你借这本杂志多长时间了吗?

Could you tell me 5. 年轻人应该常向别人学习,而不是卖弄。

Young people should often


It is well known that everyone has his own dream as well as his own future. But do you know w future really is? I have to say that future is now. That is to say we must treasure (珍惜) every future, we should know how important time is and how to use it well.

There is an old English saying: “Gain t, gain life.” Then what’s time? Time is something that we can’t see or tit passing by. Time is always with us. When we are at table, time passes; when we play, time goes by unnoticeably. We always say “Time is money”, but more precious (珍贵的) than money, because when money is spent, we can earn it . So, some of us even say time is priceless (无价的).

We should always remember: future is now. For us students, we should try our best to work hard a great future of our own. We should make the best use of every hour and be the master of today. We should do everything before us as well as possible. And never put off what can be today till tomorrow.

As we all know, “Time and tide wait for no man.” If you wtoday, you will regret (遗憾) Remember: “No pains, no gains.” Today’s hard work is the cause of tomorrow’s harvest.


某中学生英语学习报正在开展以“My Opinions (意见) about School Rules”为主题的英语征

内容:1.介绍两条你赞同的校规及一条你反对的校规,并陈述理由; 2.提出你对校规制定的建议。

注意:1.文中不能出现你的真实姓名和学校名称; 2.语言通顺,意思连贯,调理清楚,书写规范;


My Opinions about School Rules

Every school has rules for the students. Some are good for us, I think, but others are not.

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