6. A. Never mind B. Of course C. Enjoy yourself.
7. A.That’s all right B. Please do C.Good idea.
8. A. Twice a week. B. In a week C. For a week.
9. A. They're delicious. B. Yes, please. C. Coffee, please.
10 A. Well done. B. Good luck. C. Goodbye.
11.How long does it take to walk to school?
B. Half an hour.
C. An hour
12. How will Tom go to school today?
A. On foot.
B. By bus
C. By bike
13. What does Mum ask Tom to take?
A. A raincoat.
B. A coat.
C. An umbrella.
14. What does the woman want to buy for her daughter?
B. A T-shirt.
C. A sweater.
15. What color does the woman's daughter like best?
16. How much will the woman pay?
B. 50 dollars.
C. 90 dollars.
17. Where is David now?
A.In the lab.
B. In the library.
C. In the classroom.
18. What is the school project about?
B. Planting trees.
C. Making model planes.
19. How many people are there in the group?
20. What's the relationship between the two speakers?
C. Teacher and student.
21. Where are they going?
A. To a rock park.
B. To a forest park.
C. To a lake park.
22. How is the weather today?
23. What is the most special to see on this trip?
A. Birds of all kinds and sizes.
B. Houses of all shapes and colors.
C. Children from different school.
24. Which is the best thing to do here in autumn and winter?
A. Enjoy swimming.
B. Going around.
C. Watching birds.
25. What is the speaker?
A. A driver.
B. A guide.
C. A reporter.
31.—Nice to meet you.
A. I’m fine.
B. No problem.
C. I don't agree.
D. Nice to meet you too.
32.I usually have_______egg and some bread for breakfast.
33.Look！The woman over there is our teacher. She teaches _______English.
34. In China, the color red is the ________of good luck.
35. —Why is Mike so popular in your class?
—Because he always tells jokes. He is ________.
36. John, please _________your dictionary from the schoolbag and look up the new word.
A. take away
B. take up
C. take off
D. take out
37. —I went to your office at 9:00 yesterday morning, but you were not in.
—Sorry, I ________with the manager in the meeting room at that time.
A. am talking
B. was talking
C. were talking
D. have talked
38. —Must I hand in the homework right now?
—___________ That’s the rule.
A. Yes, you can.
B. No, you can't.
C. Yes, you must
D. N o, you mustn’t.
39. —Look at my new dress.
—Wow! _________beautiful it is!
B. How a
D. What a
40.—Do you know_____________?
—Yes, we’ll take a bus there.
A. When we will go the museum tomorrow.
B. When will we go to the museum tomorrow.
C. how we will go the museum tomorrow.
D. how will we go to the museum tomorrow.
When I was in middle school, I felt I was always letting people down. Once I brought my 41Daisy to my home. I noticed that all my family members seemed to42Daisy better than me.
I felt very43. I even thought they didn’t love me. I wondered whether they would miss me if I died some day.44I told my mum, “Daisy is mor e patient than I have ever been. You must want her to be your daughter instead of me.”
My mum explained that Daisy was a lovely girl, but 45 could replace(代替) me in the family. She said I was the only person who could fill my role. She made me realize that even if I made 46 , I was a beloved member of the family who could never be replaced.
From then on, I tried to47 out who I was and what made me special. I look at 48 in a new way.Then I started to be positive(积极的) towards my life, and I was happy about who I 49 was. I came to feel much better as I knew that no one could ever replace me.
Each of us holds a special place in the world. You are special, no matter what others say or what you may think. So 50 that you will be replaced. You can’t be.
41. A. daughter B. son C. friend D. uncle
42. A. like B. know C. understand D. learn
43. A. lucky B. sad C. bored D. glad
44. A. But B. So C. Though D. Whether
45. A. anybody B. somebody C. everybody D. nobody
46. A. mistakes B. faces C. wishes D. decisions
47. A. put B. find C. look D. clear
48. A. itself B. herself C. himself D. myself
49. A. nearly B. hardly C. really D. almost
50. A. forget B. worry C. consider D. think
Zak’s grandfather, Stan was very famous. Why? Because he had a very, very, very long white beard(胡子).
One d ay, Zak asked his grandfather, “When you sleep, do you put your beard over or under the quilt(被子)?” “I’m not sure. I never care about that,” said his grandfather, “I’ll look tonight.”
Stan got into bed that night and pulled up the quilt. Then he remembered his grandson’s question.Aha! His beard was under the quilt. But wait. Did that feel right?
He lift his beard from under the quilt and put it above it. This also didn’t feel right. Si he put the beard under the quilt again. But he soon felt it would be better if it were out. The beard went in and out---first under the quilt, then over it, under, over, all night long.
Stan spent a sleepless night. In the morning, he was so tired and unhappy that he cut his long beard right off!
Stan’s wife was so happy. She advised Stan to cut that beard off many times, but he never did it. Now a simple question made him do that.
51. Stan was very famous for his long white beard.
52. Stan never cared about Zak, his grandson.
53. At the very beginning, Stan’s beard was under the quilt.
54. That night Stan was sleepless and tired because of the question.
55. Stan listened to his wife’s advice to cut the beard off.
AI（人工智能）makes our lives easier and better. Let’s see the amazing AI.
56.The fact about Apolong is that _____.
A. There is a driver in it
B. the door is opened by the passenger
C.there are 24 seats in it
D.it stops every time it sees a stop light
57.Xiaoice CAN’T _____.
A.go out to play with you
B. talk with you if you feel lonely
C.be your friend
D.sing, write poems or tell stories
58.The painting is ______.
A. a work painted by Vincent Van Gogh
B. worth about 3,000,000 yuan at an auction
C. studied by three French artists over 15,000 times
D. among the most beautiful paintings in the world
59. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. Xianice is a 17-year-old girl.
B. The AI anchor can only speak English.
C. The AI anchor can work 24 hours without mistakes.
D. The AI artist is one of the most popular artists in China.
60.We can probably see the passage in _____.
A. a guidebook
B. a notice
C. a novel
D. a newspaper
One day, a man saw an old lady sitting inside her car at the side of the road. Though it was dark, he could see she needed help. So he stopped his car and walked towards her. The old lady was worried, even though she noticed the smile on his face. Was he going to hurt her? “I’ll help you star t your car, madam. By the way, my name is Bryan Anderson, ” he said.
While Anderson was fitting a spare tired(备胎) to her car, the lady began to talk to him. She thanked him much for coming to help.
Anderson just smiled as he put his tools away. The lady asked how much she should pay him. He told her that if she really wanted to pay him back, the next time she saw someone who needed help, she could give them the help they needed. He waited until she started her car and drove off.
A few miles down the road, the lady saw a small restaurant. She went in and a waitress came over with a sweet smile. The old lady noticed the waitress was nearly eight months pregnant(怀孕的), but she never let the pains and aches change her smile when she served her.
The lady finished her meal and paid with a hundred-dollar bill. The waitress quickly went to get change, but the old lady was gone when the waitress came back. The waitress wondered where the lady could be. Then she found there was a note on the napkin(餐巾), “You don’t need to give me anything back. Somebody once helped me out the way I’m helping you. If you really want to pay me back, here is what you do—do not let this chain(链子) of love end with you.”
Under the napkin were four more $100 bills.
61.Why did Anderson tell his name to the old lady?
A. Because he wanted to check if the lady knew him.
B. Because he hoped that may help relax the lady.
C. Because he thought he could be paid back one day.
D. Because he wanted to leave his name for doing good things.
62.What does the underlined word they refer to (指的是)?
A. The old lady and Anderson.
B. The people who need help.
C. The old lady and the waitress.
D. The people who help others.
63.Which is the right order of the old lady’s feelings?
①Thankful ②Happy ③Worried ④Helpless ⑤Willing and ready to help
64.What can be inferred(推断) from the passage?
A. The meal cost the old lady 400 dollars.
B. Anderson must be helped by someone before.
C. The old lady was able to fit a spare tire herself.
D. The waitress will probably help someone later.
65.What’s the best title for the passage?
A. The Help of Strangers
B. The Power of Smile
C. The China of Love
D. The Bill of Kindness
Are you afraid of going to the dentist(牙医)? If so, you're not alone.
These fears could just be in our heads, however. According to a recent survey by Martin Tickle, a professor at Manchester University in the UK, the pain isn’t felt most of the time in dental surgeries(牙科手术). In fact. among the451 interviewed patients，75％reported no pain atall during their visits, including situations when they had their teeth pulled out.
Could it be the sound of the drill(钻头)then?
“I found that the sound of drilling can evoke deep worry in dental patients. Actually they don’t have any pain. "Hiroyuki Karibe, a scientist at Nippon Dental University in Tokyo, told theGuardian.
To find the reason why a drill might bring on a racing heart, Karibe divided the volunteers intolow-fear and high-fear groups based on how much they feared a trip to the dentist. Volunteerswere played the sound of a drill while their brain activities were watched by a machine.
What Karibe found in the low-fear group was increased activity in the areas of the brainrelative to auditory processing(听觉处理)，which means，for these people，the sound of dentaldrills is no different from other sounds
In the high-fear group, however, the brain area that was activated(激活)was different. It wasthe area that carries out a number of duties, including learning, feelings and, most importantly, memory. This means that these volunteers not only heard the sound, but they remembered it-they made connections between the sound of a drill and the worry it produced in the past,causing their worry to return.
Understanding how brains reply to the sounds of dentists 'drills could help scientists find waysto make patients more relaxed, according to Karibe, because patients who worry about going tothe dentist might keep putting off their visits. But the best way is to keep your teeth healthy.
66. How does the writer explain that the pain isn’t felt most of the time in dental s urgeries?
A. By showing facts with numbers.
B. By asking questions one by one.
C By giving examples group by group. D. By comparing results of patients.
67. According to the fourth paragraph, what does the word"evoke” mean in Chinese?
68. How did the sound of drilling produce different results to the volunteers in the study?
A. It produced some worry in the volunteers in the low-fear group
B. For the low-fear group, it activated the brain area dealing with learning, feelings and memory
C For the high-fear group, it caused more activities in the brain area relative toauditory processing.
D. It made people in the high-fear group remember their past uncomfortable memories
69. What is the last paragraph mainly about?
A. How the study might be useful.
B. Some new ways to treat teeth
C. The proper way to treat dental patients.
D. The importance of keeping our teeth healthy.
70. What's the purpose of the passage?
A. To show us different areas of fear in brains.
B. To introduce us a recent survey by a scientist.
C. To help us have less fear of a trip to the dentist.
D. To make it clear that the sound of drilling is not terrible.
A: Hello! This is Sam. 71
B: This is Lucy speaking
A: Lucy, shall we go for a walk along the beach?
B: 72 I’m busy now.
B: I am making apple pies.
A: Sounds nice! 74
B: Thank you. The pies will be ready in 20 minutes. Would you like to try some?
A: 75 Apple pies are my favourite, you know, I can't wait to eat them!
B: Come now! It will be the right time when you arrive
A: Great! See you soon!
B: See you!
76. The singer is good at playing the___________(吉他) and making wonderful music.
77. Bob and Jim have been good friends____________(自从) they joined the same tennis team.
78. The cinema was half__________(空的) because the movie was so boring.
79. Every time I want to give up, my parents always __________(鼓励))me to keep trying.
80. We will hold a party to say goodbye to our teachers next___________(星期三).
81.The two ________( factory) were moved outside the city last year.
82. The higher we climbed, the________(thin) the air became.
83. In summer, it often rains___________(heavy) with strong wind in Southern China.
84. Which is more_________(value)to you, health or wealth?
85. In the playground, I threw the ball to her and she___________(catch)it
As you may know,coral(珊瑚) Is not a plant,but an animal. However,coral reefs(珊瑚礁)around the world are in 86 . Here is a piece of bad news. Thailand will close one of its beaches to protect its coral 87 business activities for tourists. The beach is so famous that 88 of tourists put it on their wish lists. More than 5,000 visitors visit it a day. They arrive by boat. This does 89 harm to the coral reefs. Most of the coral has died. The beach will be closed between June and September to let the coral come 90 to life.
Experts(专家)say that 80% of Thailand's coral reefs have been 91 .Too many tourists 92 a lot of pollution to these beaches. An expert said the biggest problems were hotels by the beaches, boats, and plastic waste in the sea. He believed the 93 choice was toclose the beaches forever. He said, "I
hope the 94 can take steps to protect the coral reefs. At the same time, I also hope all of us should
95 our best to protect the environment around us.”
暑假将至，你校English Club 在社刊上发起了征文活动，题目为“My Plan for Summer Holiday”。请你根据以下提示，用英语写一篇80词左右的短文。
My Plan for Summer Holiday
Summer holiday is coming. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________
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