1. John often takes a walk _______ his grandpa after dinner.
2. My sister and I have different cups. The white cup is _______, and the pink one is hers.
3. The old man leads a simple life, _______ he has a lot of wealth.
4. —Lucy, our father’s birthday is coming. Let’s buy a card for him.
—Why not make one by ourselves? It will be _______ than buying one.
B. much meaningful
C. more meaningful
D. the most meaningful
5. —I saw your light still on at 11 o’clock last night.
—Oh, I _______ an interesting talk show at that time.
C. am watching
D. was watching
6. —_______ do you help your mother do housework?
—Every day. I think it’s our duty to do it.
A. How often
B. How far
C. How soon
D. How much
7. —My best friend went abroad. I miss her and feel down today.
—Don’t be sad. Here is good news for you _______.
A. cheer up
B. cheering up
C. cheered up
D. to cheer up
8. Our life _______ greatly by 3D printing technology in a few years.
A. will influence
C. will be influenced
D. is influenced
9. A landmark(里程碑) in the history of science was made by a photo _______ was taken on April 10th about the black hole in a faraway galaxy(星系).
10. —Excuse me, could you tell me _______?
—Go along this road to the bus station, and take Bus No. 31.
A. where is the Rice Museum
B. which the way to the Rice Museum was
C. how I can get to the Rice Museum
D. whether is the Rice Museum near here
Harry: Have you decided to go for the trip with us?
Susan: I’d love to. 11
Harry: What a pity! Who wants you to report for English?
Susan: Mr. Black. He is the one who gave James a D last year.
Harry: Oh, yes. I’ve heard about Mr. Black. 12
Susan: I am not afraid of him. But you know, my math is really a problem.
Harry: I’m worried about neither English nor math. 13 It’s difficult.
Susan: How was your last test?
Harry: I did OK, but I have to study a lot. 14 It’s always noisy at my house.
Susan: Hey, Harry. I know there’s a great place where it is quiet and no one bothers you.
Susan: Yeah. 15
Harry: Haha. You are right.
Vincent Williams went to a boarding school. Here is one of the letters he wrote to his
16 from the school.
Dearest Mom and Dad,
I’m afraid I have something terrible to tell you. I have been very naughty and the school principal(校长) is very 17 with me. She is going to write to you. I have to be 18 from here by you. She does not want me in the school any longer.
The trouble started last night when I was 19 in bed. This is against the rules, of course. We are not 20 to smoke at all.
As I was smoking, I heard 21 coming towards the room. I did not want to be caught by a teacher, so I threw the cigarette away.
22 , the cigarette fell into the waste-paper basket, which caught fire.
There was a curtain near the waste-paper basket which caught fire, too.
The principal 23 the fire station. By the time the firemen arrived, the whole room was on fire. One of my roommates got hurt and he was sent to the 24 .
The principal said that the fire was all my fault and she will send you a bill for the damage(损坏). The damage will 25 you two thousand dollars.
I’m very sorry about this. I won’t break any rules. I promise.
16. A. grandparents B. brothers C. friends D. parents
17. A. angry B. pleased C. excited D. nervous
18. A. taken off B. taken away C. taken in D. taken after
19. A. eating B. sleeping C. smoking D. reading
20. A. thought B. believed C. guessed D. supposed
21. A. somebody B. anybody C. everybody D. nobody
22. A. Happily B. Unluckily C. Amazingly D. Uncomfortably
23. A. asked B. phoned C. chose D. brought
24. A. hospital B. park C. restaurant D. classroom
25. A. spend B. buy C. cost D. collect
26. How can you get more information about the films at the Museum Theatre?
A. By writing a letter.
B. By sending an email.
C. By making a telephone call.
D. By looking through the website.
27. Children cannot enjoy at the City Square on Saturday morning.
A. interesting stories
B. funny games
C. wonderful pictures
D. exciting dances
28. Where can you taste delicious and cheap food on Saturday afternoon?
A. At the City Square.
B. At the Central Park.
C. At the Museum Theatre.
D. At the Rose Hall, City College.
29. What can we do at Rose Hall, City College at 8:00 p.m., Sunday?
A. See a film.
B. Listen to a speech.
C. Watch an animal show.
D. Enjoy rock music.
30. What kind of writing is this passage?
A. An advertisement (广告).
B. A novel.
C. A play.
I walked into a stranger as he passed by me.
“Excuse me.” I said.
He replied with a smile and said, “Please excuse me, too. I didn’t notice you.”
We apologized(道歉) and went for our own ways.
Later that day, when I was cooking, my daughter was standing too near. When I turned to reach for some milk, I nearly knocked her over. “Move out of the way!” I shouted.
She walked away sadly. But I didn’t feel like I had to apologize to her.
While I was in bed that evening, my husband said to me. “While dealing with a stranger, you were polite. But with a daughter you love, you were unkind. Your daughter brought you some flowers that she picked herself this afternoon. You will find them in the kitchen by the door. Have you seen the tears in her eyes?”
I quietly went and sat down by my daughter’s bed.
“Honey, I am so sorry.” I said. “Are these the flowers you picked for me?”
She said, “I found them by the tree. I picked them because they’re pretty like you. I knew you’d like them, especially the blue ones.”
I tearfully replied, “Sweetie, I’m really sorry for the way I acted today. I shouldn’t have shouted at you.”
“It’s OK. I love you anyway.” She said as she kissed me on my cheek.
If we can be polite to strangers, why can’t we do the same for the ones we love?
31. The writer was to the stranger who she walked into.
32. Where were they when the writer shouted at her daughter?
A. In the kitchen.
B. By the tree.
C. In the bedroom.
D. In the garden.
33. What did the writer’s husband think when he saw her action?
A. The little girl shouldn’t cry.
B. She shouldn’t shout at their daughter.
C. She shouldn’t say sorry to the stranger.
D. Both he and his wife should apologize to their daughter.
34. What may be the writer’s favorite color according to the passage?
35. What do you think is the best title for the passage?
A. Be friendly to strangers.
B. Mothers like flowers.
C. Be kind to loved ones.
D. Love between parents and children.
People in different countries speak different languages. But is there a language that can be understood by everyone in the world? If there is, the answer might be EMOJIS(表情符号).
Emojis are a kind of special language. Pictures are used to put meaning across. A group called the Unicode Consortium works on choosing emojis. It has added new emojis every year since 2014. They show what people think about and like.
Emojis can be used to represent(代表) different groups of people. In 2015, emoji faces with different skin tones(肤色) were added. In 2016, different jobs were added , such as doctor, police officer and painter. This year, emojis of disabled people were added including emojis of blind people and people in wheelchairs.
But there is also more to emojis. They can also refer to(指的是) pop culture and new cultural trends(潮流).
New emojis in 2019 also include several animals, such as sloths(树懒) and flamingos(火烈鸟). These animals are not very common, but are known to many people. For example, sloths have become popular because of the 2016 film Zootopia(《疯狂动物城》). Many fashion designers(设计师) have included flamingos in their designs in recent years. This animal makes people feel like they’re on a vacation.
It seems that emojis are a mirror of the world we live in. It will be interesting to see how they change and grow in the years to come.
36. Emojis use to express ideas.
37. What does the underlined word “it” in Paragraph 2 refer to?
A. The Unicode Consortium.
B. An emoji.
C. A country.
D. A language.
38. In which year were emojis of disabled people added?
A. In 2014.
B. In 2015.
C. In 2016.
D. In 2019.
39. According to the passage, emojis include the following EXCEPT .
A. people with different skin tones
B. popular films
C. some interesting animals
D. different jobs
40. Which sentence is Not True according to the passage?
A. People all over the world might understand emojis.
B. Emojis can represent pop culture.
C. Many fashion designers used sloths in their works.
D. Emojis are changing and growing every year.
It’s reported that more than 450 million Chinese have myopia(近视). Around 30 percent for primary school students, 60 percent for junior high students and 80 percent for senior high students are nearsighted. Maybe this is because students spend a lot of time reading books and using electronic products.
Parents might have tried to do something to fix it, such as having their children get eye massages(按摩), take medicine or even get surgery. People who offer these services or products often promise that they can reduce(缓解) or even cure(治愈) myopia.
However, you will no longer see advertisements like this before long. The government has made a notice to ban(禁止) this kind of advertisements. The notice bans businesses from using words like “recovery”(恢复) and “myopia cure” in their advertisements. The notice says that myopia cannot be completely cured with medical technology now. As a result, these advertisements could mislead children and their parents.
To reduce myopia among young people, the government made a new plan last August. The plan limits(限制) not only the time children play video games but also the production of new video games.
Young people can prevent and control myopia by spending more time outside and less time in front of books or computers. People who have eyesight problems should go to a hospital and let a doctor decide what to do.
41. What’s the myopia rate of junior high students according to the passage?
42. Parents might do the following EXCEPT to fix myopia according to Paragraph 2.
A. have their children get eye massages
B. buy them special glasses
C. make their children take medicine
D. get their children to do surgery
43. You won’t see advertisements on myopia with the word “” in the near future.
44. Which sentence is True according to Paragraph 4 and 5?
A. Students in lower grades are easy to get myopia.
B. Production of new video games has been limited.
C. Spending less time outdoors is good for children’s eyesight.
D. The notice gives advice on protecting the eyesight of elderly people.
45. What can we learn from the passage?
A. Don’t believe the advertisements.
B. Students shouldn’t be allowed to play video games.
C. The government and people are saving children’s eyesight.
D. Myopia can be cured with the medical technology at present.
Karen met Jasper after their graduation ceremony.
Karen: Hey, Jasper! How excellent you are! We were all touched by your speech on the graduation ceremony.
Jasper: 46 , Karen. Actually I felt very nervous.
Karen: 47 ?
Jasper: I prepared it for a week. By the way, don’t forget the party tonight.
Karen: Oh, 48 ?
Jasper: It’s at 6:00. How time flies! After the party, maybe it’s time to say goodbye to junior high. Karen: 49 after graduation?
Jasper: I am going to get into the senior high school. What about you?
Karen: I am thinking entering a music school. You know, my dream is to be a singer. Jasper: 50 ?
Karen: Yes, they do. My parents think I can make my own decision.
Jasper: Lucky you. Graduation makes us sad, but the future will be more exciting!
A group of boys were playing a game around a tall tree. They decided to see who could get to the top of the tree 51 . Their mothers were sitting not far away, looking on at their children as they played.
One of the 52 was an 8-year-old boy named David. He was the 53 child in the group. Nobody thought he would 54 the competition.
Then the game started. All of the boys 55 their best to climb as high as they could. They all made it halfway up the tree before David did, but he reached the top of the tree fastest in the 56 .
His mother was 57 of his son. She asked him, “David, how did you manage to reach the top of the tree so 58 ?”
“It was easy.” David said, “The other children kept looking down as they climbed. When they came to 59 how high they were, they got scared and were afraid of falling down. I, however, looked only up. When I saw how close I was, I kept going higher and higher 60 I reached the top.”
It is true in life that if we just keep going forward without looking back, we are more likely to reach our goals.
What foods are successful? Hamburgers and pizzas are popular.
But instant noodles(方便面) have also become a world success. Now
instant noodles are celebrating their 61st birthday!
Instant noodles were invented by a Japanese named Momofuku Ando. To find a way to make noodles last longer, Ando began experimenting(实验) in 1955 and three years later, he made the first bag of instant noodles. Now, 61 years on, they’re eaten all over the world. In fact, they’re so popular that Japanese consider instant noodles as their best invention!
Each year, 95 billion packets of instant noodles are eaten around the world. In the UK, people call instant noodles “pot noodles”. University students like them a lot. During the first term at college, you may be given a gift bag that includes instant noodles. Instant noodles are cheap and easy to eat. But watch out! People may think you are lazy if you are an instant noodle lover.
The UN often sends instant noodles as part of its food aid. This is because of their long life and high fat, which makes people feel full for longer time.
However, instant noodles aren’t totally innocent(无辜的). They are high in fat and salt. Health experts say they are bad for us and we shouldn’t eat them too often.
61. How many years did Ando spend inventing instant noodles?
62. What are instant noodles called in England?
63. Why do people think instant noodle lovers are lazy?
64. Are instant noodles high in fat and salt?
65. What do you think of instant noodles?
Waste sorting(垃圾分类) is a big matter worldwide. In order to sort the rubbish properly and protect the environment, people in different countries are using different methods to sort their waste.
UK A UK company invented a “smart bin”to help with waste sorting. People just need to drop their waste into the bin(垃圾箱). A camera and sensors(感应器) in the bin can tell what type of rubbish it is and correctly sort it. The bin also compresses(压缩) the waste so it takes up less space.
South Korea South Korea is using a method called “Pay For Your Waste”to encourage its people to reduce food waste. When throwing away rubbish, people have to separate their food waste from their other rubbish and put it in a bin. The smart bin then weighs the food. People have to pay for their food waste by scanning(扫描) a barcode(条形码) on the bin. If they throw away more rubbish, they will pay more.
Japan Japan is leading the world in waste sorting. They sort waste so carefully that even plastic bottles and their caps go into different bins. Different types of paper products have their own bins.
China China is improving its waste sorting efforts. Shanghai has worked with Alipay to create a “green account(账户)”service for its residents(居民). The city is asking all of its residents to sort their waste into four groups: wet, recyclable, harmful and dry.
There’s a short poem every story in this book.
Would you like the activities of World Book Day?
Elephants are losing their homes because people too many trees.
Diana always the weather before travelling.
, Jim scored a goal in the last two minutes before the game was over.
77. 我认为这串钥匙一定是保罗(Paul) 的。
78. 布朗(Brown) 一家人已经在上海生活10年了。
People used to like big cities, but now many say that they are interested in living on a farm. It’s a good way to get close to nature. The number of farmers under 35 years old in the US is increasing. These farmers like to run small farms.
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My Favorite Chinese Festival
Ⅰ.1-5. DBACD 6-10. ADCBC
Ⅲ.16-20. DABCD 21-25. ABBAC
Ⅳ.26-30. CCBDA 31-35. DABCC 36-40. DADBC 41-45. CBABC
46. Thanks./ Thank you./ Thanks a lot./ Thank you very much./ Many thanks.
47. How long did you prepare (for)(it)/(this/ the speech)?/ How long did you get ready (for it)/( for this/ the speech)?(用完成时提问扣1分)
48. when is it/the party?/ when? / when will it/the party begin/start?
49. What are you going to do?/ What will you do?/ What’s your plan?/ What do you want to do?
50. Do your parents agree (with you)?/ Do your parents allow you to do that? ※大小写错误，两处扣1分；答题时有无标点符号均不扣分；答案不唯一，请酌情赋分。
51. first 52. climbers 53. shortest 54. win 55. tried
56. end 57. proud 58. quickly 59. realize 60. until
61. 3./3 years./ Three./ Three years./ He spent 3 years inventing them/ instant noodles.
62. Pot noodles./People call instant noodles(them) “pot noodles”./ They were called “pot noodles”.
63. Because (they think) instant noodles/ they are (cheap and) easy to eat./ Because (they think) instant noodles/ they are (cheap and) easy to cook./ Because they can cook/eat instant noodles easily.(没有because 扣0.5分)
64. Yes(, they are).
65. (I think) (they are)/ (They are) junk food/ convenient/ delicious/ good/ bad….
Junk food/ Convenient/ Delicious/ Good/ Bad….
They are bad for us and we shouldn’t eat them too often.
66. Waste sorting in different countries./ (The) Different ways/ methods to sort waste (in different countries)./ (The) Different ways/ methods of sorting waste (in different countries). / How to sort waste in different countries. (只写“Waste sorting”得1分)
67. was invented/ has been invented
68. the more (money)
70. wet, recyclable, harmful and dry
Ⅷ. 英汉互译（共15分）（71-75题每小题1分， 76-78题每小题2分，79题4分）
71. at the beginning of
72. to take part in/ to attend
73. cut down/ are cutting down
74. pays attention to/ cares about
75. To our surprise
76. The baby will smile/ laugh/ giggle as soon as she sees her mom/ mother.
As soon as she sees her mom/ mother, the baby will smile/ laugh/ giggle.
(如果将as soon as写成when 扣0.5; 如果将sees 写成looks at扣0.5。)
77. I think/ consider/ believe the/ this set of keys must be Paul’s/ belong to Paul.
78. The Browns/ The Brown family have been/ lived in Shanghai for 10 years/ since 10 years ago.
1.led to 2.are interested in 3.live on a farm
4.get close to
5.the number of
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My Favorite Chinese Festival
As we all know, there are many traditional festivals in China. Among them, I like the Spring Festival best.
It comes in January or February. It is a time for family members to get together. On the eve of the Spring Festival, all family members enjoy different kinds of food, such as dumplings and fish. We also watch the Spring Festival Gala and stay up late, hoping to have a new start in the following year.
The Spring Festival can not only make us feel love and happiness, but also the importance of home and family.备注：以下内容仅显示部分，需完整版请下载！