第Ⅰ卷（选择题 共 85 分）
( )1. A. I learn English by working with a group.
B. I learn English by watching English movies.
C. I learn English by taking notes.
( )2. A. Bill thinks that the team are fantastic.
B. Bill thinks the mooncakes are delicious.
C. Bill thinks that the lanterns are beautiful.
( )3. A. Could you tell me where the washrooms are?
B. Could you tell me where the bathrooms are?
C. Could you tell me where the restrooms are?
( )4. A. I used to be afraid of failing the tests.
B. I used to be afraid of being alone.
C. I used to be afraid of giving a speech.
( )5. A. When was the computer invented?
B. How was the computer invented?
C. Who was the computer invented by?
( )6. A. B. C.
( )7. A. B. C.
( )8. A. B. C.
( )9. A. B. C.
( )10. A. B. C.
( )11. A. Seven days. B. Three days. C.Two weeks.
( )12. A. Xi’an and Hangzhou. B. Anxi and Hangzhou.
C. Anhui and Hangzhou.
( )13. A. On the foot of the mountains. B. On the top of the mountains.
C. On the sides of the mountains.
( )14.A. By hand. B. By machine. C. By tool.
( )15. A. Because tea is good for sleeping.
B. Because tea is a healthy drink.
C. Because tea is good for both health and business.
( )16.A. In March. B. In September or October. C. In December.
( )17.A. It is dark. B. It is colorful. C. It is the biggest and brightest.
( )18.A. They like to meet in the evening and eat mooncakes.
B. They like to meet in the evening and watch the moon.
C. They like to meet in the evening and have a dinner.
( )19.A. Because the moon is the roundest.
B. Because people have a vacation.
C. Because it is a special day for the family.
( )20. A. Fruit. B. Ice cream. C. Nuts.
( ) 21.The girl _________ /leɪd/out all of her toys on the table.
A. lay B. lie C. lain D.laid
( ) 22. Can you always understand ___________ /'spəʊk(ə)n / English?
A. speak B. spoke C. spoken D. speaking
( ) 23. We usually__________ / əd'maɪə /the moon and share mooncakes with families.
A. advice B. admire C. advise D. address
( ) 24. It’s hard for the famous people to have their _______/'praɪvət/time .
A person B. private C. personal D. present
( ) 25. Taking subway in Beijing is very____________ / kən'viːnɪənt / .
A. communicate B. compete C. convenient D. celebrate
( ) 26. China is_______ Asian country.
A. an B. the C. a D. /
( ) 27. When you meet new words in reading, you needn’t _________in a dictionary at once.
A. Look up them B. look them up C. look up it D. look it up
( ) 28. He was _________weak_________ stand up.
A. enough; to B. such; that C. too; to D. so; that
( ) 29. — What do you usually do in your free time?
— I often practice __________English.
A. speak B. to speak C. speaking D. speaks
( ) 30. He has done _________to improve his English.
A. something useful B. anything useful
C. useful nothing D. useful anything
( ) 31. _________ you take exercise, ____________ you will be.
A. Much; healthy B. The more; the healthy
C. The more; the healthier D. More; the healthier
( ) 32. At last, the poor little girl was _______on a winter night in the street.
A. died B. dead C. death D. dying
( ) 33. — Will you go to net bars with me?
— Sorry. My brother advised me _________there. We are allowed to play computer games at home at weekends.
A. not go B. go C. not to go D. to go
( ) 34. — Could you tell me where I can get a dictionary?
— Sure. Go along the street, and there’s a ________on your right.
A. bank B. bookstore C. museum D. restaurant
( ) 35 Which of the following pictures is the most traditional Chinese food?
A． B. C. D.
( ) 36. We will have two family parties this autumn. One is at Halloween and _________ is at Thanksgiving.
A. other B. the other C. another D. the others
( ) 37. He worked hard and _______as the general manager of the company.
A. got up B. ended up C. put up D. set up
( ) 38. ________ the boss didn’t understand what the foreigner was saying, he knew what he wanted to buy. They used body language to communicate.
A. Unless B. No matter C. Even though D. Because
( ) 39. It’s impolite ________information directly when asking for help.
A. ask B. asking C. asked D. to ask
( ) 40. I’m not sure whether he will come here, because it______ his feeling.
A. cares for B.depends on C. lives on D. agrees with
( ) 41. _______Rita ________her mother knows my address. They often come to visit me.
A. Neither; nor B. Both; and C. Either; or D. Not only; but also
( ) 42. My brother is too young to go to school. He is only a _______ boy.
A. five-year-old B. five-years-old
C.five year old D.five years old
( ) 43. —A number of tourists __ in Jinan for vacation on October 1st ,2017.
—It’s said that the number of the tourists _____ about over 8 million.
A. were; was B. were; were C. was; were D. was; was
( ) 44. She used late. But now she is used early.
A.to get up, to get up B.to get up, to getting up
C.to getting up,to get up D.to getting up, to getting up
( ) 45. —Did you watch the movie The Little Prince last weekend?
—Yes. _________ fantastic movie!
A. What an B. How an C. What a D. How
( ) 46. He is an honest man. _______ what he said, we will believe him without doubt.
A. Even though B. Depend on C. No matter D. It seems that
( ) 47. Mary is very shy. She ________ goes out and she has few friends.
A. often B. always C. seldom D. usually
( ) 48. Edison was a great . He over 1,000 during his life.
A.invent, invented, inventions B.inventor,invented, invention
C.inventor, invented, inventions D.inventor, invents, inventions
( ) 49.He found_____ interesting that so many products in the local shops were made in China.
A. that B. it C. when D. where
( ) 50. Students ________ not to use mobile phones in our school now.
A. ask B. asked C. are asked D. were asked
( ) 51.—Your new bike is so cool.
—Thank you! In fact I have _________ it for two months.
A. bought B. buy C. had D. has
( ) 52. Mary went abroad three years ago. She didn’t return home ______this year.
A. unless B. until C. when D. since
( ) 53.. --What are the shoes with lights used for? --They are used _______ in the dark.
A. see B. seeing C. for seeing D. to seeing
( ) 54. — Will we have dinner at the Hope Restaurant?
----Maybe. We’ll go there if the show _______ before 6.
But I don’t know if there ______any free tables then.
A. will end; were B. will end; will be C. ends; were D. ends; will be
( ) 55.–Could you tell us ________? --It starts at 8:00 p.m..
A. where I can get some medicine
B. when the band starts playing this evening
C. when does the band start playing this evening
D. how I can get to the library
Laura： Hey， Zhengyun！
Zhengyun: Hi, Laura.
Laura： （56）_______________________ ?
Zhengyun: It was great! I went to Weifang in Shandong.
Laura： （57）______________________ ?
Zhengyun: Yes . There’s an international kite festival every April.
That’s why I went there.
Laura： How interesting! （58）________________________ ?
Zhengyun: People from all over the world compete in kite flying. There are also competitions or the best kites.
Laura： （59）_______________________ ?
Zhengyun: Yes, they were beautiful. They were made of different things likes silk or paper.
Some were painted with colorful drawing.
Laura： （60）__________________________ .
Zhengyun : Yes, it was really fun to see which kite could fly the highest.
Laura： I think I want to learn to fly a kite.
( )56. A. How do you study for a test B. what color do you like best
C. When was it invented D. How was your vacation
( )57. A. The city is famous for kites, right B. Do you agree with me
C. What are they made of D. How did you go there
( )58. A. Did you have a good time B. What happens at the festival
C. What did you do D. How did you go there
( )59. A. What are they used for B. Were they dangerous
C. Were the kites nice D. Why do you think so
( )60. A .Sounds like you really enjoyed it B. The mooncakes are delicious
C. I used to be afraid of the dark D. Let’s go together
This is a touching moment when a giraffe gave a sad goodbye to a dying worker. The 61 spent his whole life cleaning the giraffes’ home at a Dutch 62 . The 54-year-old worker had a cancer (癌症). He asked to put his hospital 63 in the giraffes’ home at the zoo. In a touching moment, one of the giraffes went to the man and 64 him a kiss goodbye.
Mario has 65 in the zoo for over thirty years. He asked for a moment to say goodbye to his workmates and the animals at the zoo. He had no 66 and he lived alone. A charity group helped to send Mario back to the zoo. They usually help 67 persons finish their dying wishes.
“It was very nice that we could do 68 to help his last wish come true,” Mr Veldboer said. “It was a very special moment. The giraffe came with 69 eyes. He looked at Mario for some time, and kissed him 70 .You saw him smiling.”
( )61. A. worker B. teacher C. doctor D. policeman
( )62. A. park B. school C. hospital D. zoo
( )63. A. chair B. table C. bed D. sofa
( )64. A .asked B. gave C. found D. bought
( )65. A. played B. studied C. worked D. taught
( )66. A. family B. brothers C. sisters D. school
( )67. A. healthy B. sick C. rich D. pale
( )68. A. everything B. nothing C. anything D. something
( )69. A. happy B. sad C. free D. busy
( )70. A. exactly B. normally C. politely D. kindly
There was a very rich man named Mike. In his house, he had a very large room. “If anyone can fill my room in one day, I will give him 20,000 dollars.” he said. Everyone in the town wanted to have a try.
Mark tried to fill the room with stones. At the end of the day, he was very tired, but the room was still not full.
Martin tried to fill the room with wood. He worked all day, but the room was not full. “That room is too big, no one can do this.” he said.
Alan said, “I can do it. It’s easy.” Everyone laughed. They thought he could not do it. Then, he went to the park and played all day. His friend asked him, “Why are you playing, you should be working.” The man said, “Don’t worry.” At 8:00 at night, the man came to the room with a small bag. The rich man said, “That bag is too small. How will you fill the room?” The man took a candle out of the bag. He lit the candle and said, “You see, the whole room is filled with light!”
( )71. Mike wanted someone to fill his large room in ________.
A. one day B. two days C. three days D. half a day
( )72. Martin tried to fill the room with ________.
A. stones B. earth C. wood D. water
( )73. What was in Alan’s bag?
A. An apple. B. A candy. C. A bottle. D. A candle.
( )74. Why did Alan play all day instead of filling the room?
A. Because he didn’t know how to fill the room.
B. Because he liked playing better than working.
C. Because he wasn’t allowed to work in the daytime.
D. Because he had already had a good idea to fill the room.
( )75. How much money will Alan get from Mike?
A. Two thousand dollars. B. Twenty thousand dollars.
C. Two million dollars. D. Twenty million dollars.
Today, an increasing number of people are always looking at their mobile phones with their heads down. These people are called the “Heads-down Tribe(低头族)”. Are you a heads-down tribe member? Heads-down tribe members now can be seen everywhere.
More and more traffic accident are happening because drivers use mobile phones when they are driving. In order to make drivers pay more attention to driving, some new traffic rules have been made. For example, heads-down tribe members who use mobile phones while driving will be fined ¥200.
As we can see above, using mobile phones may cause accidents and even cost money. Besides, more and more interesting things happen to the “Heads-down Tribe”. According to a piece of interesting TV news, a man in America kept using his mobile phone on his way home. Suddenly, he bumped(撞上) into a big lost bear. When he lifted his eyes from the phone, he was so scared that he ran away as quickly as possible.
Another fact is that we can often see people in the restaurant eating face to face but looking at their own mobile phones. It’s strange that they don’t talk to the ones who sit opposite to them during the meal. Some of them even have fun communicating with others on the phone all the time.
Mobile phones are helpful and necessary tools for modern life. Are mobile phones good or bad? It depends on how people use them. Let’s be “healthy” users and try not to be the “ Heads-up Tribe”.
( )76. Who are called the “ Heads-down Tribe” according to the passage?
A. People who are always looking for something with their heads down.
B. People who are always looking at their mobile phones with their heads down.
C. People who are always sad with their heads down.
D. People who are always thinking with their heads down.
( )77. What will happen to heads-down tribe members if they use mobile phones
A. They will be fined. B. Their phones will be taken away.
C. They will be given ¥200. D. Their driving license will be taken away.
( )78. Where did the American probably bump into the bear?
A. At a zoo. B. In the street. C. In his house. D. In the mountains.
( )79.When heads-down tribe members eat in a restaurant,_____________.
A. they don’t use their mobile phones B. they don’t talk to the people who sit opposite
C. they talk to the strangers all the time D. they eat food all the time
( )80. What is the main idea of the passage?
A. Mobile phones are helpful and necessary. B. Let’s try to be the “Heads-down Tribe”.
C. We should use mobile phones right. D. We shouldn’t use mobile phones any more.
What is a good excuse to ask for some time off ? At your school, sickness may be the only one. But in British schools, family events are also well-accepted ones. The National Association of Head Teachers in the UK has written new guidelines about students asking for leave. They will allow parents to take their children out of school for family weddings(婚礼) or funerals(葬礼)or visiting an ill relative.
This is a change from the 2013 guidelines that stopped parents taking children out of school without permission. Otherwise, they could have gotten a fine of 60 pounds (about 600 yuan) or faced court(法庭). Family events were not proper excuse to get permission.
Many parents complained(抱怨) about this rule.
“Taking family events is very important for children growth and that in itself a lesson the schools cannot ever teach our children,”John Hemming,chairman of Parents Want A Say organization, told The Independent.
The new change supports this idea and gives permission to students taking time off for family events. It’s now OK for British students to take time off for family events.
In China, however, many students rarely have time off for family events.
“That’s part of the reason for the generation gap (代沟)between parents and children,” Guo Hongxia, research at National Institute of Education Sciences, wrote in China Education Daily.
( )81. In Chinese schools, _________ is a good excuse to ask for time off.
A. any excuse B. only sickness C. school sport D. family event
( )82. In the UK now, parents won’t allow to take out their children out of school because of ______.
A. family weddings B. family funerals
C. fishing organization D. visiting an ill relative
( )83. Before 2013, _________could get a fine or face court after taking children out without permission in the UK.
A. Parents Want A Say B. the head teachers of the school
C. children’s teachers D. children’s parents
( )84. The phrase this idea of the sentence The new change supports this ides refers to _________.
A. schools can’t teach children the important growth lesson in family events
B. family events were not proper excuse to get permission after 2013
C. the Independent didn’t agree with Parents Want A Say .
D. taking family events isn’t important for the children’s growth
( )85. According to the passage, we know that _________.
A. in the UK, there’s a big generation gap between parents and children
B. in china, many students seldom have time off for family events
C. there’s no difference between the rules of taking day off in the world
D. all the students aren’t allowed to take time off for family events
big window on my often
My room is not big but it is tidy.
The desk is near the window on the right. I (86)________ study at the desk. When I am tired, I often look out of the (87)________ to relax. Beside the desk is a bookcase. I like reading and spend most of my money on books. There is a bed and a (88)_______ sofa on the left.
The walls of my room are blue with a “moon” and some “stars” on the top. Every night as I lie (89)__________ the bed in the dark, I feel as if I am under the sky with the moon and the stars above me. My room is my own free world. I read and study there.
I love (90) __________ room very much.
86. ____________87. ____________88. ____________ 89.____________ 90.____________
show visit be come take
I _____91_____back from Beijing after three days’ vacation two days ago. I _______92______there twice in the last few years. During the time, some photos of beautiful places _______93________, like the Great Wall, the Summer Palace and the Palace Museum. I ________94______them to my classmates at school tomorrow at break. I will tell my classmates that Beijing is really beautiful. We can not only see beautiful scenery but also get a lot of history knowledge. I hope _______95_______it again one day.
91.____________ 92.____________ 93.____________ 94.____________ 95.____________
VIII. 改写句子 按括号中的要求完成句子，每个空格填一个单词。（15分）
96．Ann used to be afraid of the dark .(改为一般疑问句)
________ Ann ________ ________ be afraid of the dark?
97. John asked me, “ Are you interested in reading this book?” (改写句子,句意不变)
John asked me _________ I _________ _________ in reading this book.
98. She studies English by joining the English club．(对画线部分提问)
________ ________ she ________ English?
99．They gave all the books to the poor children in the village.(改为被动语态)
All the books _____ ______ _____ the poor children in the village by them.
100. It is an important book . (改为感叹句) ______ _____ ________ book it is!
IX. 完成句子 根据汉语意思完成英语句子，每个空格填一个单词。（15分）
Everyone ________ ________ __________ the ability to learn .
I like the food here . I have ________ __________ five pounds .
They often ________ what they need to learn _______ something interesting.
104. 三年前Candy 从事唱歌来对付她的害羞。
Three years ago, Candy ______ ______ singing to _______ ______ her shyness .
________ __________the book , tea was invented ________ __________
“How are you?” is a nice question. It’s a friendly greeting that people in the United States use. __106__ It’s a question that often doesn’t need an answer. The person who asks, “How are you?” expects to hear the answer “Fine,” even if the person isn’t fine. The reason is that “How are you?” isn’t really a question and “Fine” isn’t really an answer. ___107__.
Sometimes, people don’t say exactly what they mean. For example, when someone asks “Do you agree?” the other person may be thinking, “No, I don’t. I think you are wrong.” It isn’t polite to disagree very strongly, so he might say, “I am not so sure.” ___108___
People also don’t say exactly what they are thinking when they finish talking to other people. For example, many conversations over the phone end when one person says, “I’ve got to go now,” or the person who wants to hang up gives an excuse such as “Someone is at the door,” or “Something is burning on the stove.” ___109___ The person who wants to hang up simply doesn’t want to talk any more, but it isn’t polite to say so. An excuse is polite, and it doesn’t hurt the other person’s feelings.
Whether they are greeting each other, talking about an opinion, or ending a conversation, people often don’t say exactly what they are thinking. ___110___
A. This is a nice way to say that you don’t agree with someone.
B. It’s very good not to tell the truth to our family.
C. However, “How are you?” is also an unusual question.
D. The excuse may be real, or not.
E. They are common ways of saying “hello” or hi”.
F. If you disagree with others, they will hate you.
G. This is one way of being nice to people, and it’s a part of the game of language.
Ⅰ.听力部分1-5.BBCBC 6-10 ACCCB 11-15 ABCAC
II. 读音选词 21-25. DCBBC
26-30.ABCCA 31-35. CBCBA 36-40. BBCDB 41-45. DAABC
46-50.CCCBC 51-55. CBCDB
61-65ADCBC 66-70 ABDBD
71-75 ACDDB 76-80 BABBC 81-85 BCDAB
A答案：86 often 87 window 88 big 89 on 90 my
B答案：91 came 92 have been 93 were taken 94 will show 95 to visit
答案：96 How does study 97 if was interested 98 Did use to
99 were given to 100 What an important
答案： 101 is born with 102 put on 103 connect with 104 took up deal with 105 According to by accident
1. I learn English by watching English movies.
2. Bill thinks the mooncakes are delicious.
3. Could you tell me where the restrooms are?
4. I used to be afraid of being alone.
5. Who was the computer invented by?
6. A: Tom, how do you improve your English?
B: I improve my English by reading aloud.
7. A: What’s your favorite traditional festival, Lingling ?
B: My favorite traditional festival is the Lantern Festival.
8. A: Excuse me, do you know where I can get some postcards?
B: There’s a supermarket on Main Street.
9. A: What’s the model plane made of? It looks nice.
B: It’s made of steel.
10.A: Do you know who the basket ball was invented by?
B: I think it was invented by Dr. Naismith.
Liu Jun: Hello, Pam!
Pam: Hello, Liu Jun!
Liu Jun: How long have you been in China?
Pam: I have been in China for a week.
Liu Jun: What do you like about China?
Pam: I like Chinese tea best. China is famous for tea, right?
Liu Jun: Yes, both in the past and now.
Pam: Where is tea produced in China?
Liu Jun: Well, in many different areas. For example, Anxi and Hangzhou are widely known for their tea.
Pam: How is tea produced?
Liu Jun: Well, as far as I know, tea plants are grown on the sides of mountains. When the leaves are ready, they are picked by hand and then are sent for processing.
Pam: What happens next?
Liu Jun: The tea is packed and sent to many different countries and places around China.
Pam: It seems that many people all over the world drink Chinese tea.
Liu Jun: Yes, people say that tea is good for both health and business!
Pam: Thank you for telling me so much about tea.
Liu Jun: You’re welcome.
11. How long has Pam been in China?
12. Where is tea produced in China?
13. Where is tea planted ?
14. How is tea picked?
15. Why do people all over the world drink Chinese tea?
Every year in September or October, the Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated by the Chinese people all over the world. On this day, it is said that the moon is the biggest and brightest. People like to meet in the evening and watch the moon. The Mid-Autumn Festival is important because it is a special day for the family. It is also a day for special food like mooncakes. There are all kinds of mooncakes. Traditional mooncakes are usually made with nuts, but nowadays, there are many different kinds of mooncakes including fruit, coffee, chocolate and even ice cream mooncakes.
16. When is the Mid-Autumn Festival?
17. What is the moon like on that day?
18. What do the people do on that day?
19. Why is the Mid-Autumn Day important?
20. What’s in the traditional mooncakes?