第Ⅰ卷 （选择题 共50分）
1. _______ honest girl! She is just ______ girl I need.
A. What , a B. What a, the C. How a, a D. What an, the
2. Five days_____ enough for me to finish the task. I need ______two days.
A.aren’t , other B. aren’t, another C.isn’t, other D.isn’t, another
3. Mom always tells me that nothing can be learned _______hard work..
A. with B.by C. for D. without
4.______ is knocking at the door. Who _________?
A.Someone, are you B.Anybody, is that C. Someone, is it D. Anybody, is this
5. Old people should _______ politely.
A. be spoken to B. be spoken C. speak to D. be spoke
6. -I wonder when you _______ the book Treasure Island.
- Well, I _________it for nearly three weeks.
A.have borrowed, have kept B. borrowed, have borrowed
C.have borrowed, borrowed D. borrowed, have kept
7. The flowers look _______ and sell _______.
A. good; good B. nice; good C. nice; well D. well; wel
8. The notebook _________ Kate’s. There is her name on it.
A. can’t be B. must belong to C. must be D. may be
9. –Excuse me, ________ is the museum?
- Only 15 minutes’ walk..
A. how often B. how long C. how soon D. how far
10. - Could you give me a hand? - __________. I h ave so much work to do.
A.Yes, I could B. Sorry, I couldn’t C. Yes, I can D. Sorry, I can’t
11. Dave only reads news that _______ about sports.
A. is B. are C. have D. has
12. Many students in our school ______ the old. They usually offer their seats to them o n buses.
A.care for B.worry about C.agree with D. take care
13. We don’t know when the meeting ________.When the meeting _____, please call me.
A.is held, will be held B.will hold, is held C. will hold, holds D. will be held, is held
14. - Who is in the classroom now, Mr. Wang?
- __________. All the students are having P.E. in the playground.
A. No one B. None C. Nothing D. No
15. -I’m leaving for Hong Kong next week. -_________!
A.Enjoy yourself B. It’s a pleasure C. That’s right D.Congratulations
A: Do you know there will be a robot show in the city, Liu Na?
B: Really? What exciting news!
B: Great! I can’t wait for it. 17.____________________
A: It starts this Saturday. And it will last five days.
A: It will be held at the City Exhibition Center.
B: OK. Let’s go there. It will be great fun if we buy a robot there. 19._______________
A: I’ve got no idea. 20.__________________ I want to buy one for my little brother, too. If the price is high, we can just enjoy watching the robots.
B: You’re right. That’s the important part.
Ⅲ. 完形填空 （共10分，每小题1分）
Rudi Matt lived in a small village in the Swiss Alps in 1865. What he wanted most in the world was to climb the highest peak (峰) in the Alps. Rudi's mother and his uncle, Franz, a mountain guide, wanted him to stop 21 and start working in a hotel. Rudi would not 22 his dream and secretly got in touch with an English mountain climber 23 was planning to climb the highest peak.
Franz was very angry when he found out what Rudi had done, but he finally agreed to let Rudi go if he went climbing, 24 . Franz also didn't want to see Emil Saxo, a guide from another village, got to the top 25 him.
Rudi turned out to be a very good climber, 26 as they got close to the top, the Englishman got sick and could go no farther. Franz stayed behind to take care of him, but Saxo continued, wishing to be the 27 to the top. Rudi went after Saxo, hoping to beat him to the top. When they met, Saxo fought with Rudi and fell down by accident. Saxo was helpless and hurt. Rudi must 28 whether to carry Saxo back down to safety or to continue alone to the top.
He decided Saxo's life was more 29 than his dream and helped him down. During that time, the Englishman and Franz 30 the climb, and finally they reached the top. Later, when they returned to the village, they told people that Rudi was the real conqueror (征服者) of the mountain.
( )21. A. learning
( )22. A. try out
( )23. A. what
( )24. A. again
( )25. A. after
( )26. A. but
( )27. A. first
( )28. A. wonder
( )29. A. important
( )30. A. stopped B. playing
B. give up
B. continued C. climbing
C. go over
C. enjoyed D. talking
D. work out
Going to a friend’s house is very exciting. You may spend time with a friend and get to see where he lives. So remember to be polite.
When to arrive
The first thing to remember is that when a friend invites you to his/her house, you need to arrive on time. If your friend tells you to come “around 3:00”, that means you can arrive a few minutes after 3:00, but it’s also a good idea to arrive at the right time.
What to bring
Often it is also nice to bring something to your friend’s house. This could be a box of chocolates for you two to share, or maybe a movie that you can watch together. You can also bring some flowers. A little gift is a nice way to show your friend that you are excited to be at his house.
How to greet
When you visit your friend’s house, you may also meet his parents. You should tell them who you are and they may tell you their names. As a child, I went to visit my friend Paul. I called his parents by the first names John and Marry. But now I know it is more polite to call them Mr. or Mrs. Smith.
It is a cool thing to visit a friend’s house. Be polite to your friend’s parents, and you will be invited again!
( )31. If your friend asks you to get his or her house around 5:00 p.m., it is polite to arrive at ______ p.m.
A. 5:02 B. 4:50 C. 4:30 D. 5:30
( )32. The passage mainly tells us ______.
A. when to arrive at your friend’s house B. how to greet people
C. what to bring to your friend D. how to be a good visitor
( )33. It’s not good to bring your friend ______ when you go to his/her house.
A. a box of chocolates B. some flowers C. a movie D. some money
( )34. It’s more polite of you to call your friend’s father ______ when you go to the friend’s house.
A. Mr. Smith B. John C. Mary D. Smith
( )35. The passage may be from ______.
A. a notice on a wall B. a letter to a friend
C. an article in a magazine D. a piece of news in a newspaper
Started in 1636, Harvard University is the oldest of all the colleges and universities in the United States. Yale, Princeton, Columb ia and Dartmouth were opened soon after Harvard.
In the earlier years these schools were nearly the same. Only young men went to college. All the students studied the same subjects, and everyone learned Latin and Greek. Little was known about science. And few people knew that one kind of school could teach everything that was known about the world. When the students graduated, most of them became ministers or teachers.
In 1782, Harvard started a medical school for young men who wanted to become doctors. Later, lawyer could study in Harvard’s law school. In 1825, besides Latin and Greek, Harvard began to teach modern languages, such as French and German. Soon it began to teach American history.
As knowledge increased, Harvard and other colleges began to teach many new subjects. Students were allowed to choose the subjects that interested them.
Today, there are many different kinds of colleges and universities. Most of them are made up of smaller schools that deal with special fields of learning. There’s so much to learn that one kind of school can’t offer all.
( )36. In the early years, people learned _______ in colleges.
A. science B. medicine C. law D. Latin and Greek
( )37. Most of college graduates became _______ in the early years.
A. ministers or teachers B. lawyers C. doctors D. workers
( )38. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage？
A. In the early years, everyone could go to college.
B. In 1782, Harvard began to teach Chinese
C. In the early years, different colleges majored in different fields.
D. More and more courses were taught in colleges with the improvement of knowledge.
( )39. Which of the following is the right order of the courses taught in Harvard?
a. law b. French and German c. Latin and Greek d. medicine e. American history
A. d-b-e-c-a B. a-d-b-c-e C. c-d-a-b-e D. c-d-b-e-a
( )40. Nowadays college students _______.
A. can learn everything they are interested in.
B. go to different smaller schools that deal with special fields of learning.
C. learn the same subjects.
D. must learn Latin and G reek.
The subway train moved slowly along the track. It was filled with bored, frozen passengers.
Suddenly a litt le boy stood up and walked in between grown-ups’ legs. While his father stayed by the door, the boy sat next to the window, surrounded by (被…包围) by unfriendly people.
As the train went into the tunnel (隧道), something unexpected happened. The little boy got up from his seat and put his hand on my leg. For a moment, I thought that he wanted to go past me and return to his father, so I moved my leg. But instead of moving on, the boy leaned forward (前倾) and stretched (伸展) his head up towards me. He kissed me softly on the cheek.
I was shocked. What happened? A kid kissing an unknown grow-up on the train, is that right? To my surprise, the kid went on kissing all my neighbors.
Nervous and confused, I looked questioningly at his father.
“He is so happy to be alive,” the father said, “he’s been sick.”
The train stopped. Father and son got off and disappeared (消失) into the crowd. On my cheek I could still feel the child’s kiss---- a kiss that set me to think.
How many grown-ups go around kissing each other from the joy of being alive? How many even give much thought to the privilege (特权) of living? How many of us will start being ourselves?
41. We can tell from the passage the passengers felt ____ on the train.
A. excited B. worried C. surprised D. dull
42. Why did the boy kiss the writer?
A. To share happiness B. To make fun of him
C. To make friends with him D. To celebrate his father’s recovery(康复)
43. What does the writer want to tell us in the story?
A. We should be friendly to othe rs. B. We should put ourselves in others’ shoes.
C. There should be no privilege in life. D. We should value the simple fact that we are alive.
44. When did the boy kiss the writer?
A. When he got on the train. B. When the writer got off the train.
C. When he wanted to return to his father. D. When the train went into a tunnel.
45. What’s the writer’s feeling when the boy kissed him?
A. shy B. uncomfortable C. shocked D. worried
If you think GM food sounds far away from you, you are totally wrong. In fact, you may eat GM food every day. Four of every five people in the world are eating GM food, according to the Ministry of Agriculture.
According to Xinhua News Agency, in China, the only GM plants that are grown for sale are cotton and papaya. Also, China buys some GM plants from other countries, such as soybeans and corn. The GM plants are used to make other products.
A reporter once said, “In China, more than half of cooking oil is soybean oil. And 90 percent of that oil is made from GM soybeans.” So it’s possible that we eat GM food every day!
Scientists have changed GM plants’ DNA in a laboratory. Scientists usually do this to protect plants against bugs and diseases and have more harvests. Many people think it’s against nature. Also, they worry that eating such food might be bad for their health.
Is GM food safe? There’s no agreement. Some people say that GM food causes tumors. But there are no long-term safety studies about GM food. If you want to stay away from GM food, you can start by checking the cooking oil in your home.
( )46. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, _____people in the world aren’t eating GM food.
A.20% B.40% C.60% D.80%
( )47. In China , people grow GM plants for sale like ______.
A.cotton and papaya B soybeans and corn
C.cotton and corn D.soybeans and papaya
( )48.What does the underlined word “harvest” mean in Chinese?
A. 损失 B. 种子 C.收成 D. 疾病
( )49. Which of the following is NOT TURE according to the passage?
A.In fact, GM food isn’t far away from us.
B.People use the GM plants to make other products.
C.In China, about a quarter of cooking oil is soybean oil.
D . Some people say that the GM food causes tumors.
( )50. What’s the ma in idea of this passage?
A. It’s about GM plants grown in the laboratory.
B. It’s about cooking oil made from GM soybeans.
C. It’s about some facts about GM food around us.
D. It’s about studies about the safety of GM food.
第Ⅱ卷 （非选择题 共70分）
A: 51 ?
B: Yes, I want a pair of shoes.
A: For yourself? These shoes are all for young people. 52 .
B: I like black.
A: 53 ?
B: Not bad.______54 ?
A: They are 200 yuan.
B: Well, 55 ?
A: Of course! Come this way.
B. They fit me very well.I will take them. Here is the money. Thank you.
A: You are welcome.
comfortably, enter, alone, easy, nervous,
deal, same, develop, direct, conversation
Making friends is a skill. Like most skills, you can improve it if you are patient. If you want to meet people and make friends, you must be willing to take action. You must first go where there are people. You won’t make friends staying at home 56 .
Joining a club or a group, talking to those who like the same things as you do is much 57 . Or join someone in some activity.
Many people are 58 when talking to new people. After all, meeting strangers means seeing the unknown. And it’s human nature to feel a bit unpleasant about the unknown. Most of fears about 59 with new people come from doubts(怀疑) about ourselves. We imagine other people are judging us----finding us too tall or too short, too this or too that. But don’t forget that they must be feeling the 60 way. Try to accept yourself as you are, and try to make others feel at home. You’ll all feel more 61 .
Try to be brave even if you don’t feel that way when you 62 a room full of strangers. Walk tall and straight, looking 63 at other people and smiling.
If you see someone you’d like to speak to, say something. Don’t wait for the other person to start a 64 .
Just meeting someone new does not mean that you’ll make friends with that person. Friendship is based on mutual likings and “give and take”. It takes time and effort for us 65 friendship.
56.__________ 57. __________ 58.____________ 59. ___________ 60. ____________
61. __________ 62. __________ 63.____________ 64. ___________ 65.____________
Passage 1 根据短文回答短文后的问题，并将答案写在答题纸的相应位置。
Each year, many Chinese people go abroad because of all kinds of reasons. They are becoming younger and younger year by year. Even some Chinese parents send their children to foreign countries when they are only in a middle school. They think their children can get a wider view, less academic (学业) competition or family honor. But life can be bad for young people there. At first, they have to face the culture differences and language problems. However, these are not always the most difficult things to overcome (克服). To most children, controlling (管理) themselves well is a big challenge when studying alone in stra nge country.
Yu Yang, a 15-year-old student from Guangdong Province studies in a high school in Toronto, Canada. To his surprise, his teachers there seldom push students to study abroad. And usually there isn't too much homework. Students have lots of free time to do the activities. Some of his friends spend their whole year's money in the first two months of the new term. So they have to ask their parents for some more money.
On the one hand, studying abroad can help students learn foreign languages quickly and en up their eyes,but on the other hand, some children may feel lonely, become bad, lose themselves, etc. Many problems may happen to them. These are different from their original thoughts. So parents should think them over before their children go abroad.
66.Why do Chinese parents send their children abroad?
67.What do the students have to face in foreign countries at first?
68. Controlling themselves well is a big challenge, isn't it?
69. Do students in Canada have more free time than those in China?
70. What's the article mainly about?
Passage 2 根据短文填表格，并将答案写在答题纸的相应位置。(每空一词)
In common with many countries, Britain has serious environmental problems. In 1952, more than 4000 people died in London because of the smog. The government introduced new laws to stop smog from coal fires and factories and the situation improved a lot.
Today, London is much cleaner but there is a new problem: smog from cars. In December 1991, there was very little wind in London and pollution increased a lot. As a result, about 160 people died from pollution in just four days.
Critics (评论家) say that Britain should offer better and cheaper public transport. Transport in Britain is very expensive. Even a short 15-minute bus trip can cost over 1.00 pound. Many people are trying to reduce the use of cars in Britain. Some cities now have special bicycle paths and many people cycle to work. Some people also travel to work together in one car to reduce the pollution and the cost.
Environmental problems in 71__________
Time Causes Results Solutions
In the past Smog from coal
fires and factories. 72___________ 4000 people died in 1952. New laws were73___________by the government.
Today Smog caused by
74__________. About 160 people died in a few days in 1991. •75________ people with better and cheaper public transport;
•Build special paths for bicycles;
•Travel to work together in one car.
The more careful you are, __________________ you will make.
I wonder __________________________ in Panjin tomorrow.
________________, I have made great progress in English study
Would you mind ______________________ the lights？
It’s impolite ____________________________.
B. 阅读下面短文，将短文中画线部 分的句子翻译成汉语，并将答案写在答题纸的相应位置。（共4分，每小题2分）
Most people have jobs. They go to work nearly every day. Some people are lucky. Either they have very interesting jobs or they make a lot of money. Most people are not so lucky. 84.Either their jobs are not very interesting or they don't make much money.
85.The most interesting jobs people want to do are often the most difficult. People take a long time to learn how to do them.Doctors study for at least six years after finishing school.
Some young people have interesting and high-pay jobs. Many young players do their work successfully. Football and tennis stars are usually under 35 years old. Older people usually can not play these sports very well. They cannot move fast enough.Golf, however,
is a good sport for older people.
Hello, everyone! As we all know, reading is very important to us.
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21-25: CBDBC 26-30:AADAB
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51: May/Can I help you?
52. What color do you like?
53. What/How about these ones/this pair?
54. How much are they?
55. Can/May I try them on?
56. alone 57. easier 58. nervous 59. dealing 60.same
61.comfortable 62.enter 63. directly 64. conversation 65. to develop
66. Because they think their children can get a wider view, less academic competition or family honor..
67. (They have to face) The cultural differences and language problems.
68. Yes, it is..
69. Yes(,they do).
70. The problems the Chinese students have to face who go abroad.(其他合理答案也可）
71. Britain. 72. Over 73.introduced 74.cars 75.Provide（注意大写问题）
76.the fewer mistakes 77.what the weather will be like 78.Thanks to your help
79.turning off 80.to keep others waiting
81. Teenagers shouldn’t be allowed to smoke.
82. This piece of music is worth listening to.
83. He was too excited to say a word./He was so excited that he couldn’t say a word.