1. What toy will the speakers buy?
A. B. C.
2. Where is Jack working?
A. B. C.
3. What has the man lost?
A. B. C.
4. Where did the woman go yesterday?
A. B. C.
5. What will the speakers do?
A. Play tennis. B. Watch TV. C. Take a walk.
6. What is the woman trying on ?
A. Gloves. B. Glasses. C. Shoes.
7. How often does the man take the plane?
A. Twice a month. B. Three times a year. C. Twice a year.
8. When does the new language club open?
A. On Tuesday. B. On Wednesday. C. On Thursday.
9. Which bus can the man take?
A. No. 12. B. No. 9. C. No. 8.
10. Where does the man want to put a new table?
A. In the bedroom B. In the living room C. In the kitchen
11. How much is the brown sweater?
A . ￡35. B. ￡37. C. ￡45.
12. What color sweater will the woman buy?
A. Red. B. Grey. C. White.
January 13th to January 13 Take final exams
January 19th * In the afternoon: have a(n) 14 in the school
* In the evening: have a New Year party
January 20th to February 18th Have social practice during the holiday
February 19th Hand in a 15
13. A. 17th B. 18th C. 20th
14. A. exam B. class C. meeting
15. A. report B. task C. notice
16. How old is Cindy?
A. Twelve. B. Thirteen. C. Fourteen.
17. What subject does Cindy like best?
A. English B. Maths. C. History.
18. What does Cindy think is important in learning English?
A. Writing. B. Listening. C. Speaking.
19. What do the speaker and Cindy often do together on Saturdays?
A. They ride bikes. B. They do their homework. C. They play basketball.
20. What sport is Cindy good at?
A. Swimming. B. Tennis. C. Volleyball.
21. — This white dress looks good ________ you. Where did you buy it?
— Thank you. I bought it during a visit to Italy.
A. on B. in C. for D. with
22. My sister is a/an ________ girl and she can practice dancing for hours without having a rest.
A. active B. energetic C. confident D. patient
23. — Besides a balanced diet, what else should I pay attention to _______ my body?
— You should pay attention to doing exercise regularly.
A. shape B. shapes C. shaping D. to shape
24. MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) can make ________ easier to choose any course we are
interested in, encouraging self study on after- school topics.
A. it B. us C. ourselves D. that
25. The Zuckerbergs (扎克伯格夫妇) announced that they would __________ US $ 3 billion
_________ doing basic research in medicine to prevent all disease against humans.
A. spent; in B. cost; in C. donated; to D. devote; to
26. — Mum, may I go to see the film LORD directed by Guo Jingming this weekend?
— Of course you can, _______ you should finish your homework first.
A. but B. and C. or D. so
27. The photos often ________ me of the golden years of my childhood filled with dreams and hopes.
A. remember B. recommend C. reply D. remind
28. The sights of XinJiang are so attractive that they are really worth________ again.
A. visit B. being visited C. visiting D. to visit
29. —Mum, I wonder if my bedroom______ purple. It is my favorite color.
— As you wish. We will paint it this weekend.
A. paints B. will be painted C. is painting D. is painted
30. Was it because Jack came late for school ______ Mr. Smith got angry?
A. why B. whom C. that D. who
31. Alice is a hard-working and optimistic (乐观的) girl. _________ her classmates _________ Ms. Yan
respects her very much.
A. Both; and B. Neither; nor C. Not only; but also D. Either; or
32. Tony is a tall and strong boy but he speaks in such a low voice in class that we can_________ hear him.
A. almost B. hardly C. nearly D. quite
33. — I’ve made much progress in Maths. The ideas you _________ worked out fine.
— Glad I could help.
A. ran out of B. came up with C. looked up to D. caught up with
34. — What did the foreigner say to you just now?
— He asked me ________.
A. that he can get to Confucius Temple on foot
B. how long it takes him to get to Confucius Temple on foot
C. how could he get to Confucius Temple
D. whether he could get to Confucius Temple on foot
35. — Shall we play basketball after the test to relax ourselves?
— _________. We should have some spare time for our hobbies.
A. That's not the case B. I can't agree more
C. Of course not D. I'm glad
I'm sure many people are working hard for a lot of money, a big house, a new car, expensive clothes and so on. These are considered to be symbols of 36 on the material level. When I was young, I was also 37 reaching for material success. So I chose a job as a salesman and I did make some pretty good money.
But later I realized that was not what I wanted, because I was often forced to sell products that might not be good for the customers. I became very unhappy 38 I could make a lot of money. I no longer felt proud of my job and even 39 myself for doing things like that. So I 40 my sales job and took another job, this time helping people 41 — the poor and the weak. The sense of belonging （归属感）was great and suddenly I felt successful in my life again. I made less money but I was 42 with myself.
For my own past, success comes from the feeling of satisfaction and joy. I feel successful when I love what I do, not caring so much about 43 . And I feel the most successful when I 44 my kindness everywhere I go.
So, be 45 to yourself: Learn to listen to the voice from the bottom of your heart. And find your own way with a happy heart to achieve your own success.
36. A.luck B. success C. safety D. hope
37. A.sadly B. hardly C. crazily D. honestly
38. A.if B. since C. until D. although
39. A.looked down upon B. looked up to C. looked through D. looked into
40. A.made up B. gave up C. set up D. turn up
41. A.in danger B. in order C. in need D. in surprise
42. A.strict B. careful C. angry D. satisfied
43. A.trust B. love C. money D. health
44. A.throw B. spread C. sell D. lend
45. A.true B. brave C. friendly D. terrible
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46. About ________ children in PA State have no homes of their own.
A. 8,000 B. 14,000 C. 17,100 D. 22,000
47. The underlined expression "emotional support" means caring for a child's " ".
A. food B. education C. houses D. feelings
48. Which telephone number can people call to ask about the General Meetings?
A. 492-9345. B. 492-9338. C. 492-9396. D. 492-3908.
49. The General Meetings will be held __________.
A. every Thursday in February B. three times in February
C. between February 4th and 18th D. on February 4th and 18th
50. The purpose of the material above is to help __________.
A. children with no homes B. families with no children
C. schools with little money D. teachers with little training
Rob Frenette had problems with bullies(欺辱) at school for eleven years. He was often lonely and scared. When he was fifteen, however, he decided to do something about his problems. He walked into a newspaper office and told them about the bullying. His story went into the newspaper and soon all the TV stations in Canada wanted to talk to him about his experiences. They also wanted to hear his ideas to stop bullying.
After that, Rob continued his studies at school, but in his free time he helped other people with bullying problems. With a friend Katie Neu, he made a website called www. bullyingcanada. ca. Visitors to the website can find advice, stories and poems about bullying, in both English and French. When people are upset, they can talk on the phone or online to Rob and his team. Every weekend Rob has to answer e-mails to the website. He also speaks to children, teachers and members of government around the country about bullying.
Rob’s most important message is: “When bullies are unkind to you, it isn’t your fault. There’s nothing wrong with you, so you should try to keep trusting yourself. And remember that people care about your problems. You just have to find those people.”
One of Rob’s ideas is “Blue Day”, a special day for stopping bullying in schools. Students have to wear blue clothes and in class they learn how to stop bullying. More than 150 Canadian schools now celebrate Blue Day, but Rob won’t stop until there’s a Blue Day in every school in Canada.
51. How did Rob often feel at school before he was fifteen?
A. Relaxed. B. Unhappy. C. Shocked. D. Tired.
52. We can learn from this passage that Rob suffered from bullying since he was ______.
A. four B. seven C. eleven D. fifteen
53. www. bullyingcanada. ca is a website where people can ______.
A. learn how to write poems B. get advice about bullying problems
C. get blue clothes for free D. practice both English and French
54. The underlined part “those people” in Paragraph 3 means _____.
A. people who always bullied others before
B. people who help others with bullying problems
C. people who are members of the government
D. people who write e-mails about their problems
55. What was the correct order in which these events happened?
a. Rob and his friend made a website. b. Rob was bullied at school.
c. Rob created “Blue Day”. d. Rob told his story in public.
A. b-d-a-c B. a-b-c-d C. b-a-d-c D. c-b-a-d
It may be hard to believe , but the American Revolution(革命) —the war that freed the American states from British control—began over a cup of tea. Tea was not the only thing that caused the war, of course, but it played a very big part.
The British people’s love of tea is well-known. When the British won control over much of North America in the early 1700s, they brought their tea-drinking habits with them. Tea quickly became the continent’s most popular drink. As tea could not be grown locally, just as in Britain, it was shipped into the country—mostly from India.
In the early 1700s, the British government made a special deal with the East India Company, an English trading company. They agreed that no other company was allowed to bring tea to Britain or any country controlled by Britain, including America. It was a great deal for the East India Company, since it meant that the company could decide whatever price it wanted for its products. And it always decided on a high price!
In North America, the local people did not like having to pay such high prices. Instead of overpaying for tea from the Britain, they turned to Dutch traders, who secretly brought tea to the country that was just as good—and much less expensive. Although this broke the law, the American people didn’t care. They got the same cup of tea at a much lower price.
The East India Company, however, didn’t like this at all. By the 1760s, they were losing millions of pounds each year to Dutch traders—a huge amount of money in a time when ￡60 a year was considered a good income. Instead of reducing their prices to compete with the Dutch, the company asked the British government for help and the government agreed.
In 1767, the British introduced new laws that increased the prices of all goods which were brought into America. These laws helped make the East India Company even richer and forced local people to pay much more for everything. The American leaders asked the British government not to do so, but the British refused to listen. These unfair laws increased Americans’ anger about British rule and the rest, as they say, is history.
56. In the early 1700s where did most tea drunk in America come from?
A. China. B. India. C. America. D. Britain.
57. The underlined word “it” in Paragraph 3 refers to " ".
A. the tea market B. the American government
C. the British government D. the East India Company
58. Why did many Americans begin to buy tea from the Dutch traders?
A. Because the tea was much cheaper. B. Because the tea was a lot healthier.
C. Because they could buy it more easily. D. Because they didn’t want to support the British.
59. What did the East India Company do to stop losing money?
A. It reduced the price of its tea. B. It improved the taste of its tea.
C. It introduced a new kind of tea. D. It asked the British government for help.
60. What is the passage mainly about?
A. Tea trade in eighteenth-century America.
B. The relationship between America and Britain.
C. A reason for the start of the American Revolutionary War.
D. The introduction of British tea-drinking habits into America.
I have tried to write a ghost story that won't make you unhappy with yourselves, with each other, with the seasons, or with me. I hope it haunts your houses pleasantly.
One Christmas Eve, old Scrooge and Bob were working busily in his office. It was a cold, foggy day. The fog was so thick that the houses opposite were like ghosts. It was only three o'clock in the afternoon, but it was already quite dark.
"Merry Christmas, Uncle! God bless you!" cried a happy voice. It was Scrooge's nephew.
"Bah!" said Scrooge. "Humbug(骗人的话)"
"Christmas is a humbug! Surely you don't mean that, Uncle." said his nephew.
"I do," said Scrooge. "Merry Christmas! What reason have you got to be merry? You are poor."
" OK, then," replied the nephew cheerfully. " What reason have you got to be sad? You are rich. Don't be angry, Uncle!" said his nephew.
"What else can I be?" answered the uncle, "I live in a world of fools! Merry Christmas! What's Christmas time to you? It's a time for paying bills without money. It's a time for finding yourself a year older, but not richer. Everyone who goes around saying 'Merry Christmas 'should have his tongue cut out. Yes, he should!"
"Uncle! Please don't say that!"said the nephew. "I've always thought of Christmas time as a good time, a kind, and a charitable, happy time. And so, Uncle, Christmas has never put any gold or silver in my pocket, but I think it has done me good. And it will do me good. And I say, God bless it!"
Bob, standing in the corner of the room, applauded(鼓掌). He realized his mistake very soon, and went quickly back to his work, but Scrooge had heard him.
"One more sound from you, Bob Cratchit," said Scrooge, "and you'll celebrate Christmas by losing your job!"
"Don't be angry with him, Uncle. Come and have dinner with us tomorrow."
"No." said Scrooge.
"I'm sorry you don't want to celebrate Christmas. But I do. So a Merry Christmas, Uncle !"
"Good afternoon!" said Scrooge.
"And a Happy New Year!" said his nephew.
"Good afternoon!" said Scrooge again.
His nephew left the room. He stopped to wish Bob a Merry Christmas. And Bob replied, "A Merry Christmas to you. too."
61. In which season did the story take place?
A. Spring. B. Summer. C. Autumn. D. Winter.
62. What did Scrooge think of Christmas wish?
A. It was simple. B. It was important. C. It was stupid. D. It was necessary.
63. What did Scrooge's nephew mean by saying "Christmas time is a charitable time"?
A. Christmas was a time to be generous and kind.
B. Christmas was a time to do some challenging work.
C. His uncle should give some money to his family.
D. His uncle should give away his money to the poor.
64. Which of the following is TRUE about Scrooge and Bob?
A. Scrooge was Bob's uncle. B. Bob worked for Scrooge.
C. Scrooge celebrated Christmas with Bob. D. Bob was Scrooge's visitor.
65. What can we infer (推断) from the story?
A. Scrooge was working busily in his office before Christmas.
B. No rich people wanted to waste their time to celebrate Christmas.
C. Bob believed in Christmas wish as well as Scrooge's nephew.
D. Scrooge refused his nephew's invitation to dinner on Christmas day.
66. New anti-malarial（抗疟疾）drugs have been ▲ (发现), which will protect more people
away from death.
67. You can't still be upset about that—it's ▲ (古老的) history now.
68. Remember to check your spelling and ▲ (语法) after finishing writing the composition.
69. Some parents used to park their cars on the road in front of our school, ▲ (创造) traffic
jams. But now everything is changing.
70. Do you have any difficulty in making the ▲ (决定) whether to study in or abroad?
71. The little girl is outgoing and ▲ (live), so every kid likes to play with her in the kindergarten.
72. The young people helped us ▲ (succeed) hold a fashion show last week.
73. This bookstore sells many English dictionaries. You can ▲ (choice) what you like.
74. More and more people realize that nothing is ▲ (value) than health and would like to
exercise every day.
75. It is said that yellow is the color of ▲ (wise). Do you think so?
A: How is everything, Jim?
B: Well, not so good. I am feeling like giving up my project.
A: Why? You seem to have 76 . What happened?
B: I made some mistakes. And it seems impossible for me to complete the project.
A: You'd better 77 it. Anyway, you have spent two months on this project 78 .
B: That's true. But the more I work, the harder it becomes. What if I fail in the end? I am in fear of being
79 by others.
A: How do you know you will fail? You will 80 fail if you stop trying now. Don't be afraid of
mistakes. Whenever a mistake is made and you try to find ways to avoid similar mistakes, you will be
closer to success. Believe in yourself, you'll win!
People ▲ the hard-working Chinese Women's Volleyball Team ▲ .
Usually we ▲ groups of four to practice conversations in English classes.
▲ the new principal is an expert in teaching and education.
Doctors suggest teenagers ▲ often.
— Did you enjoy the outdoor training yesterday?
— No, not at all. I was ▲ dead after so much hard training.
Do you want to make homework simpler? Oxford Learning founder and CEO Dr. Nick Whitehead, said, "Homework might be an unavoidable (不可避免的) part in school, but it doesn’t have to be the boring part. With the right skills in place, students can turn homework from headache-including to trouble-free." These steps will make an obvious difference.
Use your notebooks
The brain is able to finish great works, but it is not perfect. Students should never rely on (依赖) it to remember all school details. When a teacher assigns homework, students should write the details in their notebooks. According to Whitehead, to make them effective, students need to remember to take the notebooks out of their school bags at night, open them up, and read over the night’s list.
Remove distractions (使注意力分散的事物)
Computers on, music on, text messages receiving ….
Whitehead says that if students aren’t doing research, they should turn off all the above electronics and focus on the task at hand for a set period of time. They’ll find that it is easier to concentrate (全神贯注) and that homework is finished in a shorter time.
Getting homework done is the name of the game, but what happens if students are struggling with a question, or can’t work out an answer? When facing difficulties, it is wise for the student to take a small break then return to look at the problem again.
Homework is often the most disorganized part. Whitehead says, “Students should keep all the homework-related things in a bin so they don’t waste time searching for pens or rulers.” He also suggests picking the same place to do homework every night, and (when possible) completing homework at the same time each day.
How to make homework 86
As students, homework is an unavoidable part in school, but many students feel 87 about homework. The following 88 can help students turn homework from headache-including to trouble-free.
Use your notebooks Students shouldn’t rely on brains to remember everything. 89 , they should use notebooks to write the details in their school. At home they open them up, and read over the night’s list.
Remove distractions Turn off all the 90 if you are not doing research. Then you may find you can concentrate on homework more easily and it takes
Think 92 When you have trouble 93 some problems, you should take a small break then come back to look at it again.
Get organized 94 all the homework-related things organized is important for every student. They should pick the same place to do homework, and finish homework at the same time each day if 95 .
We are already familiar with the 12 animal signs of the Chinese horoscope (星象). Some people think they can d 96 your characteristics and foretell future events in your life. A person's animal sign is
c 97 to his or her birth year. Each animal has a different type of p 98 .
It is well k 99 that people in the West have 12 star signs. The astrology (占星学) is the study of the relationship between the movements of the stars or planets and how they i 100 people and events. The horoscope is a description of people's characteristics and the things that will h 101 to them, based on the position of the stars or planets at the time of their birth.
In the West, the horoscope is a kind of culture like an art. Many people loved it and studied it. It is several t 102 years old and based on long study. It is used to foretell feelings and future e 103 . People can often see it in newspapers, magazines and websites. But it is not r 104 . It is just a tool and some people may not believe it. They just read it for f 105 .
Simon Personalities 自信、有条理、乐于助人
Favourite coulors 喜欢橙色---代表快乐，使人振奋
Suggestions …… (请自拟，至少两点)
Simon is my best friend.
1-5 CBABB 6-10 CAACB 11-15 CBBCA 16-20BACBA
21-25 ABDAD 26-30 ADCBC 31-35 CBBDB
36-40 BCDAB 41-45 CDCBA
46-50 BDBDA 51-55 BABBA 56-60 BDADC 61-65 DCABC
A) 66. discovered 67. ancient 68. grammar 69. creating 70. decision
B) 71. lively 72. successfully 73. choose 74. more valuable 75. wisdom
C) 76. lost heart 77. think twice about 78. in all 79. laughed at 80. certainly
D) 81. can't praise, too much 82. are divided into
83. There is no doubt that 84. (should) not stay up late
85. as good as
A) 86. simpler 87.bored 88.steps 89. Instead 90. electronics
91. less 92. actively 93. solving 94. Keeping 95. possible
B) 96. describe 97. connected 98. personality 99. known 100. influence
101. happen 102. thousand 103. events 104. real 105. fun