（测试时间：120 分钟；满分：150 分）
Ⅰ. 听力（共三节，每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分）
听第 1 段对话，回答第 6 小题。
6.Where will the man go this summer?
听第 2 段对话，回答第 7 小题。
7.What should the woman bring?
A. A jacket.
B. A blouse.
C. A T-shirt.
听第 3 段对话，回答第 8 小题。
8.How does the woman feel about shopping online?
听第 4 段对话，回答第 9 小题。
9.How long does it take to get to the Summer Palace?
A. About 5 minutes.
B. About 10 minutes.
C. About 15 minutes.
听第 5 段对话，回答第 10、11 小题。
10.What is in Peter’s lunchbox?
11.What are the speakers talking about?
A. Table manners.
B. Eating habits.
C. Cooking skills.
听第 6 段对话，回答第 12、13 小题。
12.Why does Emma look unhappy?
A. She failed her math exam.
B. She did something wrong.
C. She forgot everything.
13.What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Brother and sister.
B. Doctor and patient.
C. Teacher and student.
听第 7 段对话，回答第 14、15 小题。
14.Who asked Danny to do the dishes?
B. His mom.
C. Ms. Jones.
15.What will Bobby probably do after talking with Ms. Jones?
A. Stop reading.
B. Say sorry to his brother.
C. Play computer games.
II.单项选择从下列各题所给的A、B、C 三个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。（每小题1 分，满分15 分）
21.There a large bowl of jiaozi on the table.
22.--- Is that your headmaster?
--- You mean the man blue?
23.--- Oh, I forget to bring my umbrella.
--- I’ve got one. You can share .
24.--- What should we do for the camping trip?
--- We’d better make a of things like foods, drinks, medicine and so on.
25.Almost in our group has been to the 2nd Digital China Summit. It’s fantastic.
26.More and more people have realized that clear water and green mountains are as as mountains of gold a and silver.
27.--- I have trouble English, Mr. Lee.
--- Why not go to the English Corner and try to talk with others?
28.--- is the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao-Bridge?
--- 55 kilometers.
A. How long
B. How high
C. How wide
26.My deskmate and I are going to a talk show at the party to celebrate the 70th
birthday of our motherland.
A. hand in
B. put on
C. take out
30.--- You are singing to the plants!
--- That’s true. I believe it helps them grow .
31.it’s a public holiday today, some firefighters in our city are still on duty.
32.--- Look! My mother a new dress for me.
--- Wow, it looks very nice on you.
A. is making
B. has made
C. will make
33.Du Fuguo is a hero is known to millions of Chinese people.
34.As one of the most exciting sports, volleyball i n the Olympic Games in 1964.
B. is included
C. was included
35.We don’t know , but it tells us the importance of friendship.
A.what the story is about
B.whether the story is true
C.when did the story take place
III.完形填空从每小题所给的A、B、C 三个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。（每小题1.5 分，满分 15 分）
My best friend Ally and I spare a few hours of our time every week as volunteers for BuddyBall. It’s a 36 that helps disabled kids do sports and make new friends.
So what does a buddy ( 伙伴) do? 37 , I am a buddy for an eleven-year-old boy Tom. He is in a wheelchair and is a good basketball player, but just like any kid, it upsets him 38 he misses a shot or makes a bad pass. He starts to cry and doesn’t want to play. Sometimes he even wants to 39 . So, as his buddy, I encourage him. Now we’re working on our basketball skills together. It’s great to see how he has 40 and he doesn’t get upset so easily.
Ally is a buddy for Clara, a kid with very few language skills. She is also a bit 41 ! She likes running away. Ally has learned how to work with Clara and to get her to join in the 42 . Now she loves baseball and has more friends. Next week she’s play ing in a team.
Her parents are 43 happy about BuddyBall and they say that Clara is more confident ( 自信的) and 44 after her BuddyBall sessions.
BuddyBall is a great chance for everyone! Differences 45 and we realize tha t we’re all just kids loving sports. I love doing BuddyBall because I know
I’m doing something meaningful!
36. A. decision B. subject C. program
37. A. In the end B. On the way C. At the moment
38. A. when B. until C. before
39. A. keep on B. get down C. give up
40. A. dreamed B. improved C. prepared
41. A. wild B. friendly C. easy-going
42. A. games B. discussions C. lessons
43. A. hardly B. truly C. possibly
44. A. careful B. sociable C. creative
45. A. increase B. remain C. disappear
IV.阅读理解（共两节，满分 45 分）
第一节阅读下面 A、B、C、D 四篇短文，根据短文内容，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳答案。（每小题 2 分，满分 40 分）
One pleasant evening, I was holding Grandpa’s hand and
taking a walk in the park. “Where are the peanuts? Give me
now!” He suddenly said. How I wished I ha d some with me!
“William, the monkeys are taking long to come out today. Wait
till they smell the peanuts.” I knew he was lost in one of his
memories again. I remembered the stories he told me of how he fed
the monkeys when he was a kid. Then, he saw the goldfish! He
acted as if he was seeing them for the first time.
Poor Grandpa! He fell ill with Alzheimer’s disease (阿尔茨海默症) last year. The doctor said it was a
progressive brain disorder which could destroy ( 破坏) a person’s memory. The
patient might also not be able to make reasonable judgments (判断). The saddening part
was that it was a lifelong disease. But when my parents invited him to stay with us, he
refused and said he liked living alone. One day, he forgot to turn off the fire after
cooking porridge. Luckily, one of the neighbors came to help him before the fire could
It was then that my parents brought Grandpa to live with us. Often, he would forget
my name and ask me who I was and what I was doing in his house. Each time I would
answer softly, “It’s me, Ray, Grandpa!” Even if he had forgotten who I was, he would
always be my beloved grandfather.
46.What did Grandpa want to do in the park?
A. Eat peanuts.
B. Smell flowers.
C. Feed monkeys.
D. Tell stories.
47.What would happen to Grandpa according to the doctor?
A. His brain wouldn’t need examinations.
B. His memory could get better.
C. He might not judge things correctly.
D. He had to live by himself.
48.After getting to Grandpa’s, the neighbor .
A. turned off the fire
B. cooked porridge
C. shared the meal
D. spread some news
49.Why did the writer’s parents bring Grandpa to live with them?
A. To make sure of his safety.
B. To help him remember their names.
C. To answer his questions in time.
D. To get his help with the housework.
50.Which of the following best describes the writer?
Step 1 Clean the cola bottle completely and allow it to dry.
Step 2 Use markers to draw three small triangles ( 三 角 形 ) and one large triangle on the poster board. Cut out the triangles.
Step 3 Roll (卷起) the large triangle so that two of its sides touch and it forms a rocket’s nose cone. Glue the sides of the cone so that it holds its shape.
Step 4 Glue the nose cone to the bottom of the bottle to make the top of the rocket.
Step 5 Glue the smaller triangles to the other end of the cola bottle, around its opening. The triangles will be the tail fins.
Follow the launching instructions included with your Acme Rocket Launcher and have a blast! ★colored markers
★ scissors ★ glue
★ a 500ml plastic cola bottle ★ poster board What to do:
If you have your own Acme Rocket Launcher, you can create and send up rockets that show off your personality and creativity.
All you need is your Acme Rocket Launcher and a few simple household materials: 51. The main purpose of the text is to . A. give instructions on making a rocket B. introduce the Acme Rocket Launcher C. show different kinds of rockets
D. encourage rocket drawing 52. Which of the following is TRUE about the bottle? A. It can be of any size. B. It must be made of glass. C. It should be clean and dry.
D. It needs to be filled with cola
53. The rocket’s nose cone is rolled from . A. the cola bottle B. the poster board C. a small triangle
D. the large triangle
54. What can you get from Step 4?
A. B. C.D.
55. In which section of a newspaper would you probably read the text? A. Sports News. B. Job Wanted. C. Do It Yourself.
D. Lost and Found.
All over the world, thousands of animals are used for wildlife tourism. People travel to watch monkey shows, hug baby tigers and swim with dolphins. It might look like fun, but there are reports that animals are hurt now and again. The World Animal Protection (WAP) says that up to 550,000 wild animals are exposed (暴露) to ill treatment around the world; in Cambodia, for example, it’s been reported that elephants have died after carrying tourists for long in hot weather. This is getting
56.How many wild animals are facing bad treatment according to WAP?
A. More than 100.
D. About 550,000.
57.The underlined words “such places” refer to (指) the places for .
A. foreign travelers
B. sick elephants
C. wildlife protection
D. animal tourism
58.What opinion do the two groups have in common?
A. Animals can live wherever they like.
B. Wildlife should be protected.
C. Animal tourism supports poor people.
D. Wildlife is well looked after.
59.“Group Yes” suggests that people should not disturb animals .
A. in Cambodia
B. in travel companies
C. in real life
D. in poor areas
60.What is the text mainly about?
A. Ways of protecting rare species.
B. Different opinions on wildlife tourism.
C. How to bring tourists enjoyment.
D. Whether to collect information on wildlife.
Have you ever heard the phrase “You never get a second chance to make a first impression (印象)?” It may sound like an unusual piece of advice, but it is true --- the first impression someone has of you when meeting you for the first time will probably influence how that person treats you or reacts to you in the future.
What is even more interesting is that the brain takes in all the information to create that first impression in about three seconds. When you meet someone for the first time, by the time you have stated you name or shaken hands, the other person has already formed an opinion about the kind of person you are.
So how do you make a good first impression? All things grown-ups tell you --- such as being polite, and being well-dressed --- are very important. However, the most important tool for making a good first impression is your face. Smiling, being responsive, and looking like you are happy will almost always leave a positive ( 积极的) impression on people, especially those who do not know you. Most people, generally speaking, are ready to smile back when they are smiled at.
Furthermore, smiling and being in a positive mood helps you to know and get a better understanding of new things. This means that you can possibly be friendlier to people you do not know and be more creative and able to solve problems more quickly. So if you ever need a reason to be happy, think about the wonderful people you might meet --- and impress --- with a cheerful smile.
61.What does the underlined word “react” in Paragraph 1 probably mean in Chinese?
62.Which paragraph shows how soon others form opinions on you?
A. Paragraph 1.
B. Paragraph 2.
C. Paragraph 3.
D. Paragraph 4.
63.What is the most important to leave good impressions?
A. Shaking hands.
B. Stating your name.
C. Dressing nicely.
D. Wearing a smile.
64.What can be learned from the last paragraph?
A.Friendliness helps solve problems.
B.Being positive helps you find a way out.
C.There are many reasons to be happy.
D.Thinking of great people cheers you up.
65.What would be the best title for the text?
A.The First Impression Does Count
B.Smiling Makes the First Impression
C.Manners Leave Deep Impressions
D.Impressions Decide Who You Are
贯，意思完整。（每小题 1 分，满分 5 分）
Seeing blood in a horror movie might make you cover your eyes, but real blood isn’t scary at all.
66 That’s why blood donors are considered lifesavers.
Blood donors are those giving blood --- usually about 200ml at a time --- to blood
banks or blood donation ( 捐赠 ) centers. 67 For example, someone may have lost
blood in accidents, or have a serious illness that requires his blood to be replaced.
Hospitals and blood banks store the blood and try to keep enough on hand.
68 Medical workers ask donors several questions to make sure the blood is
safe to use. Then the donors relax, often reading a magazine or talking as their
blood is drawn. Afterward, the donors may receive some juice or water and maybe fruit
to give them energy. The process is simple, not scary. 69
To give blood, a person must be at least 18 years old and must meet certain other
Students of all ages, though, can learn more about the donation process by visiting a
A.Donating blood is not difficult.
B.Then the blood can be used for people in need.
C.In fact, blood is the gift of life and keeps us alive.
D.Donating blood is not only one of the easiest ways to save lives.
E.Most people are able to donate blood again in several months if they wish.
local blood donation center. 70 It is also an easy way to help a community.
V.情景交际根据情景提示，完成下列各题。（每小题 2 分，满分 10 分）
VI. 看图写话 根据每小题所提供的图画情景和提示词，写出一个与图画情景相符的句子。（每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 76.
77. used to
78. like, new
79. wonderful, travel
80. so ... that
VII. 短文填词 阅读下面短文，根据语境、音标或所给的单词提示，在每个空格内填入一个适当的单词，要求所填的单词意义准确、形式正确，使短文意思完整、行文连贯。（每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）
Before paper was invented, people wrote or drew on materials such as bamboo,
81animal hide, and wooden blocks. Writing materials were 82 (real) expensive and few people learned to read. Therefore, few people wrote. This all changed, thanks8 3 an man named Cai Lun.
Paper had already existed (存在) in China , but the process for 84 (produce) it was difficult and the paper was of low quality. Cai Lun began experimenting ( 试 验 ) with many different materials and different 85(method) to turn those materials into paper. In the year 105, he made it from tree bark, bamboo, cloth rags, and fishing nets. His paper was 86 (strong) and cheaper than any paper that had been made before.
With Cai Lun’s papermaking method, Chinese culture 87more rapidly over the next several centuries. That’s because ideas were much easier to share 88 more people learned to read. The use of paper spread abroad, helping 8cultures record and spread their ideas. Today, Cai Lun is considered a national hero in China. But now 90 whole world should remember the clever Chinese papermaker forever.
VIII.书面表达（满分 15 分）
91. 假定你是李华，收到英国笔友 Harry 的邮件，获悉他在机器人制作比赛中获奖。请根据邮件内容给他回复。词数 80 左右。
I’m glad to tell you that I’ve just won the the first place in a robot- making competition. I love robots! They bring me great fun.
What do yo think of robots? Do you want to have your own robot? Why?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
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36-40 C C A C B 41-45 A A B B C
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61-65 A B D B A 66-70 C B A E D
72.What’s your name?
73.Here you are.
75.What a cute dog it is!
76.They are running now.
77.He used to be a doctor.
78.He likes riding his new bike.
79.It’s wonderful to travel by plane.
80.He is so short that he can’t reach the books on the shelf.
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86. stronger 87. grew 88. and 89. other 90. the
Congratulations! How glad I am to share your good news!
I think robots are helpful in many ways. And in the future they’ll play more important roles in our daily life. Plus, I’m dying to have a robot of my own. I can have it take care of my grandparents when we are not at home. You see, my grandparents are old and cannot move easily. It can help them do some housework such as cooking, cleaning the house and so on.
Hoping you’ll make greater