学校__________ 姓名__________ 准考证号__________ 听力略
22．I have a big brother, _____name is Paul.
A. His B. Her C. He D. Your
23．I sometimes help my mom with the housework ____ Saturdays.
A. at B. in C. on D. to
24．I’d like to go with you, _____ I’m too busy.
A. or B. and C. to D. but
25．— ____ people are there in your family?
A. How often B. How long C. How many D. How much
26．— Which season do you like ____,winter or summer?
A. well B. better C. best D. the best
27．—Must I hand in my homework now, Mr. Smith?
—No, you _____.
A. can’t B. shouldn’t C. wouldn’t D. needn’t
28．— What do you often do at weekends?
— I often ____ my grandparents.
A. visit B. visited C. have visited D. will visit
29．My parents always tell me ____ more vegetables and fruit.
A.eat B. eating C. eats D. to eat
30．— What where you doing when we were playing basketball yesterday afternoon?
— I ___the classroom.
A. was cleaning B. have cleaned C. will clean D. clean
31．A new hospital ___ in my town next year.
A. builds B. built C. is built D. will be built
32．He ___ in this factory for 20 years already.
A. will work B. works C. has worked D. is working
33．Look! The clock has stopped. Maybe there’s ___ wrong with it.
A. everything B. something C. anything D. nothing
34．—Do you know ___ the meeting?
A. when they had B. when they are going to have
C. when did they have D. when are they going to have
Santa Can Come before Christmas
It was last June. I entered a supermarket to pick some vegetables, when a young man asked me,” Can you tell me where the counter（柜台）is?”
“Well, the milk is in the lower right counter,” I replied.
almost 10 bottles of milk.
I asked,” Do you need a basket or a trolley?”
“Sure, thank you,” he answered.
I was he was still picking more bottles and after a few minutes his trolley had 24
bottles of milk.
I laughed and asked, “Why so many bottles?” He smiled and said, “There are for my street dogs. Today, I want to be a Santa them.”
I said,“Well，it’s too for you to be a Santa. It is still June and Christmas comes in December.”
He at me and walked a few steps, as if he wanted to say something but he left the counter without saying anything.
, we met again at the bread counter. “So these bread and cakes are also for the street dogs, Mr. Santa.”
He smiled and said, “Yes. These are also for the dogs and I love to be Mr. Santa in the month of June. Santa is a representation (象征) of surprise and . Santa comes in December as we him around Christmas. But in real life there is a Santa in each one of us that shines through our personality at some point of time, no matter which month it is. Maybe which you offered help to me by getting me a trolley, there was a Santa in you. When we offer food to someone who is caught in the rain, we are being Santa there. So when you offer help to others or get help from others, just think that Santa has come all the way for you. ”
He left and I was happy that I had met him. It was right to understand that Santa can come before Christmas. We just need to realize that he is around us by happiness and unconditional love.
35．A. vegetable B. milk C. bread D. fish
36．A. putting B. choosing C. holding D. bringing
37．A. sad B. excited C. angry D. surprised
38．A. for B. on C. of D. by
39．A. easy B. early C. helpful D. important
40．A. pointed B. laughed C. shouted D. turned
41．A. Luckily B. Suddenly C. Hopefully D. Naturally
42．A. love B. success C. friendship D. honor
43．A. call B. show C. expect D. invite
44．A. lost B. frozen C. forgotten D. hidden
45．A. camera B. umbrella C. apple D. box
46．A. storing B. facing C. spreading D. increasing
47．Which school offers Music Program?
C．Monarch School D．Almaden School
48．If you are interested in group classes in art, you can call_____．
A． 650-968-5957 B． 650-903-0986
C． 650-403-3375 D． 650-720-1677
49．Which program helps improve thinking skills?
A．Sports Program B．Art Program
Billy’s favorite color is orange. But he can’t see what orange looks like. Billy is blind.
A month after he was born, his mother noticed that his eyes weren’t quite as big as a normal baby’s. “Billy would never be able to see,” the doctor told his mother. After that Billy’s mother
began talking to him, describing things she saw. She told him what she was cooking, or what she saw outside the window. She described everything to him.
Billy dose not only depend on his mother’s descriptions to learn about the world around him. He sees with his ears and his hands, too. He has perfect hearing. When people make phone calls, he can tell the numbers they dial (拨).
“He is very confident and his disability doesn’t stop him from being an important part of the class,” his teacher said, “The students love him, and he is just one of them.”
Billy loves computer science. He began teaching himself computer programming when he was just seven years old. His dream school would be Stanford University. He gets top grades in his classes, making that a real possibility.
“You can’t let excuses get in the way of your dreams, and if you do that you can’t move forward and reach your goal,” said Billy.
50．From the passage, we know that _________.
A．Billy can’t hear B．Billy can’t see
C．Billy can’t walk D．Billy can’t talk
51．How did Billy’s mother help him?
A．By teaching him how to draw.
B．By asking teachers for advice.
C．By describing everything to him.
D．By sending him to his dream school.
52．When did Billy begin teaching himself computer programming?
A．When he was 7 years old. B．When he was in Grade 5.
C．When he was in high school. D．When he was at university.
Have you ever wondered what goes through your mind when you choose where to sit in a new classroom? Or in a waiting room full of strangers? Or on a bus? Researchers have found out some interesting facts.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, we prefer to sit closer to people like ourselves. Girls sit by girls and boys sit by boys. Adults sit together and young people choose another young person to sit near. But it goes further than this. We even choose to sit near someone who looks like us. People with glasses are more likely to sit near other people with glasses. People with long hair sit closer to other people with long hair.
We seem to believe that people with similar habits or hobbies will share similar attitudes and we are more likely to be accepted by people like ourselves or even, we think we may be safer with people who look like us. Sometimes that’s true but it’s a pity if we always stick to the same people, the same group. The danger in always staying in our comfort zone(舒适区) is that we just recycle the same opinions, the same tastes and the same ideas. We lose the chances to learn something new, find out about interesting things, hear funny stories and discover differences.
When we always stick to the same people, how can we ever break down the barriers which prevent us from getting to know people with different ideas? And how can we avoid the ignorance(无知)，which too often leads to prejudice(偏见) and even fear? If instead you want to live in a society that opens to changes and new things and different opinions, be the cat among the pigeons.
Move out of your comfort zone. Go and sit next to someone different. And don’t just sit there in silence. Say hello. Ask a question. Start a conversation. That’s how we make friends. That’s how we learn about people. That’s how we open our minds to new ideas. That’s how we live an exciting life.
53．From the passage, we know that people prefer sitting by someone who______.
A. is like themselves B. has a sense of humor
C. is open-minded D. lives an exciting life
54．People like saying in their comfort zone because they may
A. remain comfortable and special
B. be accepted easily and feel safes
C. find out more interesting things
D. discover differences among themselves
55．What is the purpose of the passage?
A. To tell us just to be ourselves in social life.
B. To introduce ways to learn about the world.
C. To explain how people communicate with others.
D. To encourage us to meet people of different kinds.
Teens want structure in their lives, which means they want their lives well-planned. To begin building structure, teens need love and trust. They need to know their parents are there to give them needed love and support(支持). Teens want to be sure that nothing can prevent parents from shouldering their responsibility for them — not their growing maturity(成熟), misbehavior, nor anger at something they have done. Teens want parents to keep control while allowing them to make some decisions.
There are some ways you can help your teens create reasonable structure and remain close. One way is to spend time together. Parents often mistake their teens’ increased interest in friends for a disinterest in the family.
Teens would like to spend more time doing things with their parents, but watching TV is not time alone together, one to one. Your teens need time to talk to you alone without any other family member present.
Talk with your teens about their interests and concerns. Make sure you really show interest in what is happening. When talking with your teens, give full attention and do not stop them.
The way to help your teens become adults is to let your teens into your world. Sharing your emotions and concerns with your teens is important. Avoid causing needless worry.
Trust your teens. Don’t expect the worst. Hope for the best. Telling your teens you don’t like their friends will cause the teens not to bring their friends home. If something should go wrong, believe that your teens didn’t do it on purpose.
It is very important that you treat your teens with respect. Teens need the same respect adults show for total strangers. Don’t talk down to your teens.
You need to be supportive of your teens. What may be a small problem to you may be trouble to your teens. Teens don’t have the experiences that adults have had. Let the teens know that you understand how much it hurts when something happens that is upsetting or hurtful to them. As
they mature, they can look back at some problems they had and laugh at having been upset by something that now seems unimportant.
The most important things to remember are: talk with your teens, listen to their worries and offer suggestions when needed. This will help your teens to live a well-organized life.
56．According to Paragraph 1, teens _________.
A．can control themselves
B．expect direction and freedom
C．don’t know how to make decisions
D．don’t have responsibility for the family
57．The underlined part “counted as” in Paragraph 3 probably means “_______”.
A．compared with B．used as
C．connected with D．regarded as
58．To help teens organize their lives, parents should ________.
A．invite their teens’ friends home
B．leave their teens’ problems alone
C．share their feelings with their teens
D．pay little attention to their teens’ daily lives
59．What is the best title of the passage?
A．Training Teens to Become Responsible Adults
BFF0EHelping Teens to Build Reasonable Structure
C．Improving the Relationship with Your Teens D．Stepping into Your Teens’ Secret World
项中有一项为多余选项。（共8分，每小题2分） Peter lost his friend’s book, he felt very sad. Kate broke her mom’s favorite cup. . She was so sorry for her mistake.
We all make mistakes because we’re human. And it’s not always easy to get on well with everyone all the time. Sometimes we hurt people’s feelings although we don’t do it on purpose. Sometimes we hurt people’s feelings on purpose, . So we apologize(道歉).
An apology tells someone that we’re sorry for our mistakes. It’s a way to show that we’ll try to do better in future.
Apologies are one of the tools to build good friendships and relationships, When you say ” I’m Sorry”, you probably feel bad because what you did or said hurt another person., you’re also saying that you respect the other person, and care about his or her feelings. Apologizing shows you have empathy(同感).
.When you apologize in a caring way,
Almost every kid in this country has ever eaten Hershey chocolate. But do you know that the Hershey chocolate factory is more than one hundred years old? And do you know that the father of Hershey Chocolate, Milton Hershey, had many failures in business before he started his famous company?
Milton Hershey grew up in Pennsylvania. Before he became interested in making chocolate, he worked as a printer for a small newspaper at first, and then decided that printing was not the right job for him.
Then he worked at a candy factory in Lancaster. After working a few years there, he decided to open his own little candy business near Philadelphia. His first business failed because it was not making money. After that, he went to Denver to learn how to make caramels（焦糖）. He took his new skills back to New York and worked selling candies on the street. But his second business also failed.
Finally, Milton Hershey moved back to Pennsylvania where he grew up. He then experimented with all sorts of different candies and chocolates. By 1893 he was selling a million dollars worth of caramel candy each year. Since his chocolate-flavored（巧克力味的）caramels were the best selling, he decided to make chocolate himself.
By experimenting, Milton Hershey discovered how to make delicious chocolate. The area where he lived had a large and easy supply of milk and sugar, which helped him succeed in his chocolate business. In 1903, Milton Hershey built a huge chocolate factory and a town to go with it.
Today, the town of Hershey is still the home of the factory that Milton Hershey built. And if you ever visit it, you can smell delicious chocolate smells just by driving through the town.
The factory is not so hard to find. Just travel down Cocoa Avenue until you get to East Chocolate Avenue. Turn right at the traffic lights and just follow your nose.
64. Who is the father of Hershey Chocolate?
65. Where did he grow up?
66. Why did he go to Denver?
67. Why did he decide to make chocolate himself?
68. What might be the reasons for Hershey’s success in his chocolate business?
The story is very interesting. ________ read it together.
Put your things away. _______ bed.
To drive less is ______ the environment.
He was _____ say a word when he heard the good news.
73. 咱们选Mike 当班长怎么样？他不仅诚实，而且守信。
Shall we make Mike our monitor? He is _____.
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