1. A . Some old books. B. It’s Jim's. C. Big and clean.
2. A. About food. B. Mr. Smith. C. In the classroom.
3. A. By plane. B. It's tiring. C. In the USA.
4. A. Very nice. B. For about 3 hours. C. At 2 this afternoon.
5. Where are the two speaking?
A. In a department store. B. On a playground. C.In a clothing factory.
6. What does the father mean?
A. He doesn't like music.
B. He doesn't like the question.
C. The music doesn't sound good.
7. Why does the woman suggest Betty should look at the computer?
A. She owns it. B. She can help with it. C. She is very outgoing.
8. What's the relationship between the two speakers?
A. Husband and wife. B. Teacher and student. C. Doctor and patient.
9. How does the man like the panda?
A. It's cute. B. It's not cute. C. It's just so-so.
10. Who will open up the gin?
A. The man. B. The woman. C. Ted.
11. Which place does the man like better?
A. Neither. B. Hawaii. C. Mexico.
12. What time did the train leave?
A. At 9 : 10. B. At 9 : 15. C. At 9 : 20.
13. What are they talking about?
A. An American girlfriend.
B. English study.
C. Some problems.
14. What's the matter with Jenny?
A. She's tired of joking.
B. She's afraid of English.
C. She's not doing well in English.
15. Why did the boy ask Jenny to come back?
A. He had another joke for her.
B. What he said was not real.
C. He wanted to make friends with her.
16. Where do you think the two speakers are?
A. At a dress factory. B. At a clothes store. C.In an office.
17. What catches the woman’s eye?
A. A one-shoulder dress. B. A pair of black high heels. C.Comfortable silk.
18. How does the woman like the dress?
A. It's not well-made. B. It fits her well. C.It’s too expensive.
19. Who do you think the two speakers are?
A. Two volunteers.
B. An actor and an actress.
C. A club worker and a student.
20. When will the man have to go to the performan ce section?
A. On weekends. B. On Saturdays. C. On Sundays.
21. What do we know about the man?
A. He is too busy to join any club.
B. He wants to have more time to study.
C. He has great ability of performance.
22. What will the man probably do if he agrees to join the section?
A. He will spend time holding activities.
B. He will fill in a form for his decision.
C. He will sign up for the woman.
23. Where was Romana Banuelos born?
A. In Arizona. B. In Mexico. C. In Los Angeles.
24. What did Romana Banuelos do in Los Angeles?
A. She became a maths teacher.
B. She put money into a business.
C. She helped her family move to Mexico.
25. What happened when Romana Banuelos became well-known?
A. She started a bank only for Mexican Americans.
B. She set up a food company in the US.
C. She was asked to work for the government.
26.-Do you think I could borrow your pencil? ----- ___________.
A. Yes, you may borrow B. Yes, you could
C. Yes, go on D. Yes, help yourself
27.-How is everything going? ----- _________.
A. Everything is finished B. Nothing has been done
C. Not so bad, you know D. Not doing wrong, you see
28.-I had a really good weekend at my aunt's. --- ______.
A. Oh, that's very nice of you B. Congratulations
C. It's a pleasure D. Oh, I'm glad to hear that
29. I football quite well, but I haven't had time to play since the new year
A. will play B. have played C. played D. play
30.-Linda is not coming for the party tonight.
--But she _.
A. promises B. promised C. will promise D. had promised
31.-How are you today?
--Oh, I as ill as I do now for a long time.
A. didn't feel B. wasn't feeling C. don't feel D. haven't felt
32.-I don't like reading watching T V. what about you?
---I don't like reading all day, I like watching TV news.
A. and; or B. and; and C. or; and D. or; but
33. Even though we're in difficult times, we need to keep hope .
A. real B. alive C. fresh D. close
34.--Dad, I'll be in the final singing competition tomorrow.
--Be careful not to get a sore throat and your voice.
A. lose B. raise C. drop D. break
35.--Have you got the results of the exam?
--No. All we do now is to wait.
A. must B. can C. may D. could
36.--I wonder if you've made a decision on the project, Eric.
--Not yet. I can't make it until I have first-hand on prices.
A. news B. knowledge C. information D. education
37. 1 didn't mean to trouble Curry yesterday. It was pouring with rain so I his offer of a lift.
A. refused B. received C. allowed D. accepted
38. My elder brother my wet sports shoes and made me sit by the fire.
A. took off B. kicked off C. carried out D. put out
39.-The frozen yogurt tastes like ice cream but has of the fat.
---It suits me fine. I'm on a diet.
A. none B. neither C. any D. some
40.-I'd like to know for the party.
---I have no idea.
A. why did she buy so little food B. what she has prepared
C. whether will she dance D. when is she leaving
On 28 of March Richard Byrd stood outside the small house. He shook hands with the men
who were leaving. They were heading back to the main camp on the coast of Antarctica (南极洲).
He would 41 to work at the base camp.
“I don't like leaving you here alone,"Pete Demas said."I’ll be 42 ,"Byrd replied.
He was looking forward to the challenge of spending the winter at the base camp. He would be
recording the weather. There was plenty of food and fuel (燃料) in the tiny house. He felt sure
_43 would go wrong.
But something did go wrong. Byrd was burning the fuel for _44 . But the fumes (有毒气体)
were not leaving the house. Slowly he was being poisoned (中毒). On May 31 he broke down.
When he came to, he made himself into his sleeping bag. Three days later he 45 it was a
Sunday. The men would be 46 his radio message. Byrd moved hard out of bed and 47 the call. He didn't want the men to know how 48 he was. It was too dangerous for them to come to save him.
By will-power alone, Byrd managed t o stay alive. He was so 49 that he could hardly
walk. But he forced himself to do the basics. He 50 food and made myself eat. He took
51 of weather and sent radio messages. But by late June, the men 52 that something was wrong. Most of the time, Byrd's messages made no sense.
On August 11 Demas and two others reached the base camp. They 53 recognized (认出)
Byrd. He was very thin and looked terrible. Byrd _54 them and then fell to the ground. The
men had arrived in time. After two months of care, Byrd's good 55 returned. He and his men
worked together again.
41. A. regret B. leave C. agree D. stay
42. A. free B. fine C. lonely D. nervous
43. A. something B. everything C. anything D. nothing
44. A. heat B. light C. safety D. food
45. A. hoped B. imagined C. learnt D. realized
46. A. expecting B. sending C. leaving D. testing
47. A. returned B. made C. took D. missed
48. A. brave B. sorry C. sick D. calm
49. A. hungry B. weak C. tired D. cold
50. A. cooked B. served C. tasted D. stored
51. A. photos B. notes C. reports D. lessons
52. A. heard B. complai ned C. guessed D. discovered
53. A. never B. even C. hardly D. almost
54. A.greeted B. sto pped C. thanked D. visited
55. A. luck B. memory C. dream D. health
56. We may get the advertisement above •
A. on television B. in kid’s 'cartoons
C. in the Go Wild newspaper D. in Primary times
57. In the material, “Peckish” on the bag most probably refers to _______.
A. a garden bird food B. a kind of bird
C. a bird program D. a bird website
58. The activities have something to do with __________.
A. a free tour of Bird World B. a fab family prize
C. tickets to the Westland D. fun-filled schooling
59. The advertisement offers information mainly to ______.
A. teachers B. small kids C. parents D. gardeners
60. From the material. we can learn that _______.
A. the kids have to feed the birds in the Westland
B. the activities last from October 25 to November 2
C. the kids are not allowed to tum on their screens in October
D. a free child's tour of St James'Park is not included in the prize
One morning while Officer Vogel was on his coffee break in a restaurant, a man ran in a yelled. “Officer! A little kid is driving a car down the street!"
He ran out at once and saw a car going slowly--about 25 miles an hour--but it was going very straight. He jumped into his police car and followed it. When the car was stopped, Officer Vogel looked inside. The driver was a little boy. His name was Rocco Morabiro and was 5. In the back seat was his two-year-old sister. Both children wen crying.
"I want my mummy!" the boy cried."But she can't get here. I have the car.” Then he had an idea."Just a minute." He told Officer Vogel."I can drive. I'll go to get her.”
“No!" Officer Vogel said. “You stay with me!" Then he drove them to the police station and he called their mother. They had many questions for Rocco. The first question was: "Where did you get the car keys?"
Rocco said. ”From the top of the refrigerator."At seven that morning Rocoo's father was work and his mother was sleeping, Rocco saw the keys on top of the refrigerator. He climbed on a chair, and took the keys.
Rocco got into the car and started the engine (引擎). When Rocco's sister heard the engine she ran to the car and cried. She wanted to go with him.
It was 7 a. m.---rush hour---so there was much traffic. Rocco drove one mile in heavy traffic. Then Officer Vogel stopped him.
Newspapers and TV stations heard about Rocco, and a lot of reporters went to h is house. A
reporter asked Rocco, “What do you want lo be when you grow up?"
“A truck driver,"he said, smiling.
61. Rocco's car was not going straight because of ________.
A. the heavy traffic B. his little sister C. his driving skills D. officer Vogel
62. The little sister's going with Rocco showed that ________.
A. she was afraid the would have no one to play with
B. she didn't want to wake her mother up
C. she wanted to look for her father
D. she wanted to drive the car too
63. The officer asked Rocco to stay with him in order that .
A. other cars would go much fast er
B. he would drive them home
C. Rocco would not cause any accident
D. Rocco's sister would not feel alone
64. Rocco and his sister were taken to the police station to ________.
A. have a good breakfast
B. Iearn some traffic rules
C. answer the policeman's questions
D. wail for their mother and deal with the matter
65. According to the reporters. Rocco's driving was _________.
A. unbelievable B. disappointing C. reasonable D.dangerous
The Silk Road is the name of different roads that long ago connected Europe, Africa and Asia. People reached these different places along these roads. Scientists believe people began to travel
the Silk Road about 3000 years ago. By the time the Chinese silk trade became important in the
world. The Silk Road covered almost 6500 kilometers. It went from Rome to China, which is from
the West to the Far East.
Merchants travelled along the Silk Road to carry silk, of course. They also carried and traded
other things like spices (香料), cloth, jewels and gold.
Along and around these ancient path(小路), have come many fascinating and mysterious stories.
It is said that Roman soldiers who lost a war travelled through central Asia. They decided to
live somewhere near the ancient Chinese villages. Some of these Romans married local Chinese
women and the legend of the blond-haired, blue-eyed tribes of China was started.
Some historians believe that the people of Kashmir were taken away from their country
Israel. They were prisoners (俘虏) of war almost 2800 years ago. People say that these people
travelled along the Silk Road. They kept their Jewish way of life for a long time.
During its busiest period, the Silk Road allowed people from many different cultures and
countries to meet each other and mix. The Silk Road allowed the sharing of valuable things and
new ideas. It included people and trading goods from different areas. All these peoples travelled
the Silk Road. And they shared goods, stories, languages, and cultures.
In modern times, the old Silk Road routes (路线) are still used, but now they are crossed by
trains instead of camels and horses. There is even silk route museum in Jiuquan in China. It
has over 35, 000 objects from all along the Silk Road. In this way, China protects the history of
many countries and peoples.
66. It is clear that ___________.
A. the Silk Road was divided into Europe, Africa and Asia
B. Roman soldiers would like to travel along the Silk Road
C. people could travel to different countries along the Silk Road
D. people shared only silk on the Silk Road
67. The underlined word “Merchants” in the passage probably means_______.
A. foreigners B. businessmen C. soldiers D. prisoners
68. According to the passage, _________.
A. the Silk Road began with the wars
B. the Silk Road covered almost 6500 kilometers in China
C. people began to travel the Silk Road about 3000 years ago
D. people from Israel were not included among people on the Silk Road
69. The old Silk Road routes are still used because .
A. there are many old stories about them
B. the historians and scientists think highly of them
C. China will make good use of the Silk Road again
D. people can keep on traveling and trading along them
70. The best title for the passage can be .
A. Stories along the Silk Road B. Silk Route Museum
C. Trade for Silk D. The West and the Far East
proud / kept out / set up / attend / help / thirsty
71. The teacher can see in our eyes that we are knowledge. She tells us that knowledge will give us wings to fly.
72. Jessica Wong sells her bags in a small shop, but she has also an online business to sell them.
73. Our teachers and parents will be of us because we have grown up and can be responsible for ourselves.
74. Although you may not like to do chores. You should your parents around the house.
75. We will the junior high graduation ceremony tomorrow. It is a very special time for us.
六 • 阅读理解填词（共10小题，每小题1分，満分10分)
Soap is widely used in our lives around the world. Once soap was a dangerous-to-make hair
P76 . But it is something that it would be difficult to live without today.
Soap is everywhere. We use it every day and c 77 it as something important in our lives.
It also has an amazing h 78 , in Babylon around 2800 B. C., the e 79 known soap was
made and used. Ancient Egyptians also made soap. At one time, soap-making was not s 80
That’s because lye(碱液)b 81 chemical burns or even made people blind in the making process. Other dangerous materials were also m 82 with animal fats and oils. Later. soap became
a 83 in stores and people gradually stopped making it in their homes.
Originally (最初), soap was not mainly used for c 84 Instead,it was used as gel(凝胶)
for making hair stay in place or smell good. The Arabs first made the soap that we know today.
They created colored, liquid, and hard soaps. They even had soaps which were used for
Soap became people's f 8S in the late 1800s. Advertising in Europe and the US helped
people understand the connection between cleanliness and good health. Now. Soap is something we wouldn't want to live without.
参考词汇：City Museum城市博物馆The East Lake东湖 view n.景色
I'm glad 10 hear you'll come to Wuhan.
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I'm glad 10 hear you'll come to Wuhan. Wuhan is a beautiful city full of culture and history, Visiting City Museum is a good way to learn about Wuhan. we can go boating in the East Lake. Enjoying the fascinating views. Then. we'll invite you to our class and talk about school tife. My friends and I will have a party for you at home. And you can taste our traditional food as well If possible. You may watch Han Show. Hope you'll hav e fun here.
L i Ming