21. Thank you for invitation. I am looking forward to that party.
A. a B. an C. the
22. It‘s impolite to talk your mouth full during a meal.
A. for B. with C. Without
A.because B. though C. until
24. Many students think it to learn English by using news.
A. interest B. interesting C. interested
A. can B. may C. have to
I Am a Singer.
A. she B. her C. herself
27. A. two B. second C. the second
28. A. How B. What a C. What
29. The 17thin South Korea this September.
A. hold B. will hold C. will be hold
--True love, I think.
A. Who B. What C. Which
31. A British high school is going to allow students lessons in the afternoon.
A. start B. starting C. to start
32. We lost the way in the forest, and we didn‘t know A.where we get back B. when did we get back C. how we could get back
33. There many small things we can do to make the world a better place.
A. are B. is C. have
34. --Why are the boys so excited?
the first place for the last two seasons!
A. gets B. got C. has got
35. It is said that Shanghai students have scored the A. high B. higher C. Highest
On Thursday, Richard arrived at school with a big smile on his face.
―?‖ asked David.
―Tonight my dad is going to bring home my new dog,‖ answered Richard.
―it?‖ asked David. ―I don‘t know yet,‖ answered Richard.
about dog‘s names. During the math lesson, he thought about the name ―Zero‖. During the English lesson, he thought about the names ―Mary‖ and ―Jim‖. At the . When he opened the door, a little ball came running toward Richard. little dog. He held the dog close to Immediately, Richard sneezed(打喷嚏), ―Ah choo!‖ And again, he sneezed, ―Ah choo!‖ His nose started to run.
―Oh no!‖ said Richard‘s dad. ―You must be allergic(过敏的. He will have to stay at your uncle‘s house.‖
―Ugh!‖―I was going to name him Sneezy!‖
( ) 36. A. early B. happy C. unfriendly
( ) 37. A. give B. describe C. name
( ) 38. A. thought B. talked C. wrote
( ) 39. A. beginning B. bottom C. end
( ) 40. A. worried B.surprised C. excited
( ) 41. A. outside B. everywhere C. home
( ) 42. A. put down B.picked up C. woke up
( ) 43. A. heart B. feet C. face
( ) 44. A. ball
B. dog C. nose ( ) 45. A. sadly B. cheerfully C. nervously
World Tai Chi and Qigong Day is an event held on the last Saturday of April each year, which promotes(倡导) practices of Tai Chi and Qigong. Especially, followers of Tai Chi and Qigong hope to educate the world about the health benefits(益处) of the two exercises. The World Tai Chi Day website says it is also a day to help put people in touch with teachers and healing(治疗) centres. This event, which started in 1999, joins people in over 65 countries. That number grows every year as Tai Chi becomes better known. Celebrations include Tai Chi exhibitions(表演) in many cities around the world. The day is recognized by the World Health Organization. is instead practised for health reasons. Doctors say it has benefits for those who have heart and blood pressure problems. Many people who practise it say it makes you live longer. Tai Chi is famous around the world for its followers practise it in parks. A type of Tai Chi with just 42 movements, was a sport in the 11th Asian Games in 1990. There are attempts(尝试) to make it an Olympic event.
46. When is World Tai Chi and Qigong Day?
A. In the last month of each year. B. On the last day of April each year.
C. On each Saturday of the fourth month. D. On the last Saturday of every April.
47. The event is held to ____________ Tai Chi and Qigong.
A. encourage the development of
B. cure people of their illnesses by
C. get the world together to practise
D. educate the world to make money from
48. How is World Tai Chi and Qigong Day celebrated?
A. The followers travel to over 65 countries.
B. Tai Chi members are recruited on the website.
C. There are Tai Chi performances in many cities.
D. The World Health Organization hold different activities.
49. What does ―‖ in the second paragraph mean?
A. 自我牺牲 B. 自我防卫 C. 自我欣赏 D. 自我表现
50. Which of the following is TRUE about Tai Chi?
A. It is becoming better and better known in the world.
B. It is only good for those people who have heart problems.
C. It has been a sport in Asian Games since 1990.
D. It is now one of the events in the Olympics.
Tour and explore with Singapore‘s sightseeing company using open-top ?double decker‘ buses. Clearly preferred by visitors, the D&H Group, with the longest history, handles(应付) more than 1 million visitors a year. We like to think we got it right because we try harder but to make sure you make the most of your time with us. You may find the following helpful:
?Will we see all the main sights?
Yes—with 4 routes(路线), it‘s the most convenient way to see the best of Singapore including: the Singapore Flyer, Chinatown, Boat Quay, Sentosa, Gardens By the Bay…etc
?Yes—each route makes frequent(频繁的) stops –- simply hop-off anywhere you want and return to the same bus stop to continue when you are ready to go. With 43 stops across the city, it is easy to tour Singapore as you like.
?Will I need to wait long for the next bus?
No—we do not want to keep you waiting. That is why there is a bus every 15-20 minutes. With 18 topless buses (vs. other company with just 4 buses) you are on the best touring system (系统). ?What if I need help to find the bus stop?
No worries—we are just a call away. Our guests helping is here to help you. You can reach us at
(65)6-33-868-77 daily from 9am-7pm.
51. What is the passage?
A. A story B. An advertisement. C. A news report. review.
52. Which sights of Singapore are mentioned (提及) in this passage?
①the Singapore Flyer ②Sentosa ③Boat Quay
④Little India ⑤Chinatown ⑥Gardens By the Bay
A. ①②③④⑤ B. ①②③④⑥ C. ①③④⑤⑥ D. ①②③⑤⑥
53. Which expressions mean the underlined(下划线的) A. get on and get off B. put on and take off
C. get in and get out D. set up and set off
54. If you take the open-top bus for sightseeing in Singapore, _____________.
A. you can take the bus wherever you want
B. you don‘t need to wait any time for the bus
C. you can stop at any of the 43 bus stops across the city
D. you may call a bus at (65)6-33-868-77 daily from 9am-7pm
55. What is the best title for this passage?
A. How can you find our bus stops in Singapore?
B. Why do we have the best touring system in Singapore?
C. How do open-top buses take you around Singapore?
D. Why are we the most popular topless bus tour in Singapore?
May is National Physical Fitness and Sport Month. Here are some ways for kids to increase physical fitness.
56. If you are close to a national park, get the whole family moving with a hike, or get
out the bikes and visit a neighborhood park. Find parks and forests, local nature and outdoor events, and local playgrounds near you.
57. Look for information that will explain to kids about a sport. If kids aren‘t interested in
organized sports, see if swimming at a local pool is of interest, or they may prefer just kicking a soccer ball around, or playing catch.
58. Show kids an easy way to get exercise is to put on music and dance. Ask them what kind of
music they would like for a dance. Turn on your radio to a music station and get moving!
59. Kids need 60 minutes of activity a day. Try making a daily plan with your kids, for example, 15
minutes of running, 30 minutes of biking, and 15 minutes of jumping rope.
60. Talk to your kids about how good nutrition(营养)goes hand-in0hand with physical fitness.
Make sure your kids are off to a good day at school with a nutritions breakfast. Help your kids learn about smart food choices with online games.
A. Put on some music and dance.
B. Help kids learn more about a sport.
C. Make a nutritions dish.
D. Go for a walk or a bike ride.
E. Let kids know about nutritions foods.
F. Make a plan of physical activity.
Name: Sandra Lee
Book title: The Giving Tree
Writer: Shel Silverstein
The boy and the tree
Summary of the story:
a boy and a tree who are good friends. When the boy is the boy becomes a man and wants to have a house. The tree gives him its branches(树枝a house. Finally, the man says he wants to go to some to give the man except the stump(树桩the man and the tree are happy because they are together again.
________________, a spoken ―thank you‖ from a student‘s heart means the world to a teacher.
Many students say that passive smoking also _______________ to one‘s health.
Parking on the pavement will ___________ blind people‘s difficulty in walking around.
The book Diary of a Wimp Kid has been popular among kids since it _____________.
The Pyramid of Khufu is _______________ 16 Empire State Buildings.
第三节 读写综合（本大题分为A、B 两部分，共25分）
National Coleman, 37, a British tourist, was arrested (逮捕) at Sri Lanka‘s international airport on Monday. She is now at a centre in the airport waiting for a flight back to the UK. Airport officers told Ms Coleman that her Buddha (佛像) tattoo (纹身）on her arm was disrespectful to Sri Lankan culture. A police spokesman said she was arrested for the Buddha.
This is not the first time that tourist was sent back to the UK last year because he spoke disrespectfully when passport offers asked him about a Buddha tattoo on his arm. Britain‘s Independent newspaper reports that in 2010, R&B star Akon was told he could not visit Sri Lanka because of a video for his song. The video showed a pool party in front of a Buddha. A British government website warns who visit Sri Lanka not to pose (摆姿势) for photos in front of a Buddha.
76. Was the woman arrested for hurting others‘ religious feeling?
77. What do most Sri Lankans have a deep respect for?
78. Did the man speak to the passport officers with respect or without respect?
79. Where did the party in Akon‘s video take place?
80. What did a website advise tourists not to di in front of a Buddha?
Before we go to another country, it is necessary for us to learn something about its customs and history. Take Britain for an example________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ The golden rule is: Watch the other people. Do as they do.