1.A.look B.knock C.cook
2.A.dream B.cream C.team
3.A.ticket B.pocket C.jacket
4.A.reach B.catch C.search
5.A.put up B.turn up C.pick up
6.Which animal does the woman want to see?
7.What will the woman probably use to eat noodles?
8.What place does the woman want to find?
9.How will the man go to Beijing?
10.What does Peter usually do after school?
11. What does Dad want Julie to do？
A. Forget the test.
B. Go to sleep.
C. Study math.
12. Why is Marry worried these days?
A. Because she has much work.
B. Because she has lost some money.
C. Because she is putting on weight.
13. What does Jessica think of the Chinese song?
A. The music is nice.
B. The words are great.
C. The song is short.
14. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. In a bank
B. In a hotel.
C. In a hotel.
15. How soon will the concert begin?
A. In 10 minutes.
B. In 20 minutes.
C. In 30 minutes.
16. What will Lisa do for her father?
A. Make a cake.
B. Buy a T-shirt.
C. Order some flowers.
17. What is the relationship between the speakers?
A. Teacher and student.
B. Brother and sister.
C. Boss and secretary.
18. When did Lucy go to the old people's home?
A. Last weekend.
B. Last month.
C. Last year.
19. What did Lucy and Laura take there?
A. Milk and books.
B. Milk and clothes.
C. Books and clothes.
20. Who played erhu then?
C. Grandpa Li.
21. Who is Tony living with?
A. His classmates.
B. His uncle.
C. His parent.
22. What is Tony doing in Paris?
A. Learning the piano.
B. Working in a company.
C. A car accident.
23. How long has Tony studied there?
A. For three months.
B. For two months.
C. For one month.
24. Why is Tony's family going to the town?
A. To visit his teacher.
B. To see his grandparents.
C. To find his relatives.
25. What will Tony do for his relatives?
A. Cook a big dinner.
B. Take some photos.
C. Play a piece of music.
Our Summer Camp
When On July 5th
Where A 26 mountain village
Who Stay with the 27
What In the morning, we'll learn to 28 animals from the local people. In the afternoon, we'll 29 along the river.
In the evening, we'll enjoy the bright 30 ..
31. ——May I use your computer, Mr. Black?
——.I will use my iPad instead.
D.I'm afraid not
32.——What is the of your excellent spoken English?
——Practice makes perfect!
33.——The fridges are on sale in the supermarket today.
——Really? Let's go and buy for our new kitchen.
34.——I am afraid at the new look of my hometown,for it a lot over the years. ——Don't worry. I will you then.
A. notice 3. allow C. remind D. promise
35. Before the sun , we need to get to the top of the mountain.
C. is setting
D. will set
36. Our class are much sure to win the basketball game ______ Class Three.
37. Some animals can ___ the color around to protect themselves.
A. take on
B. give up
C. put away
D. see off
38.——May I watch TV, Dad?
——When your homework is finished, you ______
39.——I wonder ______ Jane gets on so well with her classmates.
——Because she always cares much about others.
40. The speaker showed some ______ examples to make the science report easy to understand.
41 ——Will you go to the picnic this Saturday?
——I'd like to,______ I'll have to help look after my baby sister.
42. Lttle Jack has leared to do lots of things on his own ,
______ he is only four years old.
43.Yuan Longping is______ regarded as the greatest scientist in rice planting.
44. The weatherman says a rain shower _____ this afternoon in the south.
A. expects 3. expected C. is expected D. was expected
45.——It's said that shopping online is safe.
——_____.You'd better be careful.
C. Ithink so.
D. No problem
When the Spring Festival falls, red flowers bloom (盛
开) on the windows of my home. Of course,these are not___46__flowers. But in the c old of__47__, these wonderful flowers bring warmth to us.They are made of paper by my__48__,who is now aged 70. With a few cuts, she__49___ a piece of
paper into a beautiful work of art.
When my grandma was young, she was considered clumsy(笨拙
的) in the__50__. But on a coldwinter night, she saw some
beautiful red paper__51____ on her new neighbor's windows She was so interested in it and decided to__52__ from her neighbor.Tons of paper was wasted, an d her fingers were
cut many times. But she__53__ practicing. It took 10 years__54__ my grandma could make paper art
kilfully ( b?n?ut ). The red flowers, blooming like burning
fire, light up her world. Now, everyone in the
My grandma's story has shown me what it takes to realize one's dream.
46. A. nice B. real c.full D. sweet
47. A. spring B. summer C. autumn D. winter
48. A. sister B. aunt C. mother D. grandma
49. A. changes B. spreads C. places D. bums
50. A. city B. town C. villages D. block
51. A. art B. money C. walls D. books
52. A. buy B. steal C. learn D. borrow
53. A.ended up B.kept on C.put off D.thought about
54. A. before B. after C. while D. since
55. A. serves B. pardons C. respects D. warns
As a foreigner, it's hard for me to tell what Chinese people are like. But my
__56__ in Beijing said something.
A couple of weeks ago, I went to buy four big suitcases for travel.__57___ I was going down the street, it suddenly rained, heavily. A stranger called
me into his ittle shop.He__58__ me a cup of tea
and a chair. When the rain got __59___ I thanked him and rushed to a__60____ nearb y to buy my
If you've ever tried to push four big suitcases by yourself, you may understand my___ 61___ . I looked
silly, for the suitcases were dancing wildly across the floor. Then I got
a __62__ on the shoulder. It was
he seller. He signed that I should wait. A few minutes later, he __63__
in a car, and put the suitcases
inside. Then we went driving ___64__ along the road to my home. I offered him some money, but he __65_. In broken English he said, Feel good ... help you.
Now, you can see Chinese people are always ready to help you.
56. A. friend B. teacher C. invention D. experience
57.A. If B.As C. Although D. Because
58. A. found B. bought C. made D. offered
59. A. harder B. lighter C. thicker D. fastero
60. A. store B. hall D. school
61. A. language B. sentence C. situation D. advantage
62. A. wing B. coin C. scarf D. touch
63. A. lay down B. drove up C. fell behind D. went away
64. A. happily B. lazily C. bravely D. poorly
65. A. missed B. nodded C. refused D. failed
B:Yeah,I’d like to do some traveling.
B: Not yet.
A: Do you want to travel in big cities?
A: How about Huangshan Mountain?
A: Sure! In China, it's considered to be the king of all the mountains
A: Right. You can see special pines , rocks and clouds.You can enjoy hot springs as w ell.
B: Great! Thank you.
A. Glad to help you.
B. What else can we enjoy?
C. Is it worth traveling there?
D. Have you decided where to go?
E. Then it must have something special.
F. I dont think it fun to travel in big cities.
G. Do you have any plan for the summer holiday?
Children's Games in Ancient China
During ancient times, children didnt have much to enjoy themselves. However, they c ame up with interesting games to play in their childhood.
Kicking stone balls
During the Qing Dynasty, kicking a stone ball around was a popular game in the north ern part of
China, and it was often played in winter to keep warm.
Playing hide and-seek
Hide-and-seek is a traditional game for children, popular
around the nation. There are two ways to
play: covering a child's eyes while other kids run around to tease (戏
弄) him or, more commonly, others
hide and one child must try to find them.
Kites have quite a long history. The earliest kites were
made of wood, instead of paper. The three
most famous kites are the Beijing kite, Tianjin kite and
Weifang kite. Each has its own feature. For
example, the bird-shaped kite with long wings is a special kind of the Beijing kite. Watching shadow plays (皮影戏)
The closest thing to watching a film during ancient times
was going to see a shadow play. The artists
control puppets (木偶) behind the screen and tell stories to the music.
71. According to the text, the game of kicking a stone ball was _______
A. played in summer
B. like flying kites
C. invented in Beijing
D. popular in North China
72.How is hide-and-seek usually played?
A. One plays and others watch.
B. Others laugh and one must cny.
C. Others hide and one tries to find.
D. One runs and others try to catch.
73. What does the underlined word "feature”mean in the text?
B. 地貌五官 D.影片
74. Which ancient game is like watching a film?
A. Kicking stone balls.
B. Flying kites.
C. Playing hide and-seek.
D. Watching shadow plays.
Job interviews can be very different from country to country. An interviewer's "body l anguage" and
questions, and the form of an interview are not the same around the world.
If you're at a job interview in Japan, don't look
directly into the eyes of the interviewer. It is considered
impolite. But if you're at an interview in the US, you should make eye contact(交流) with the interviewer.If you don't, the interviewer may think you are not sure about yo ur ability.
In the US and some other countries, interviewers aren't supposed to ask questions ab out family and personal information.In most countries, however, personal questions are very common during job interviews.
In Germany, your interview might begin with a very short conversation followed by
a formal (正式的)
interview. In Mexico and many other countries, the whole interview might not be for mal.
75. In Japan, looking directly into the eyes of the interviewer is ______
76. What is suggested at an interview in the US according to the text?
A. Sitting by the interviewer.
B. Making eye contact.
C. Talking about family background.
D. Asking personal information.
77. In_____，a short talk usually begins before a formal interview.
B. the US
78. In which part of a magazine can we read the text?
It's a cold, grey Sunday afternoon in March. The British are all working in their gardens. They're digging, cutting leaves and planting new seeds (种子)，
By summer,their gardens will be full of bright colours.
The British love their gardens. A British newspaper recently asked people for their opinions about them. Around 70% of the people felt it was important to spend time int he garden, and over 50% of these described gardening as the most enjoyable thing .the y ever did.
Only one in ten houses in Britain do not have a garden. People who live in houses wi thout gardens often rent (租用) land from the government.
At first, only very rich people had gardens. You can
still see the gardens around houses with a long
history, such as Chatsworth House or Castle Howard. In the early twentieth century, h owever, gardening
became a hobby. People bought different kinds of seeds and plants for their gardens. Although roses,sunflowers and
tomatoes are often grown in British gardens, they originally (起初) grew wild in other countries.
Every year, there are competitions for the largest
vegetables, but don't expect to win: Britain's biggest carrot is almost six metres long.
79. In summer, British gardens are often ______
A. full of people digging there
B. colorful with different plants
C. too hot for people to work there
D. covered with grey leaves and plants
8O. A recent survey showed that ______
of the British felt it important to do some gardening.
A. around 7O%
B. over 50%
C. only 20%
D. about 10%
81.We can infer from Paragraph 4 that ________
A. seeds were provided for free
B. roses were first grown in Britain
C. gardening is a hobby in the world
D. the owner of Chatsworth House was rich
82. What does the writer mean by the underlined sentence?
A. It is easy to grow big vegetables.
B. It is hard to win the competition.
C. The carrot is much easier to grow.
D. The carrot is his favorite vegetable.
Would you like to live in a city where buildings turn the lights off for you, and self-dri ving cars will find
the nearest parking space themselves? Although it might sound a lttle far from you, li ving in a "smart" city like this could happen sooner than you think.
Great changes have taken place in towns that we have
lived in for centuries, while completely new
cities are being built. One such place is the city of
Songdo. Every home there will have a "telepresence system(远程遥控系
统)-- allowing users to control the heating and locks, take part in video meetings, and receive education, health care and government services. Around the city, escalators
( 自动扶梯 ) will only
move when someone is on them, and offices and schools will all be connected to the s ystem.
The great mind behind Songdo is from the company Cisco. In fact, technology comp anies around the
world such as IBM, Siemens and Microsoft are already in the business.
About 75% of the world's population will live in cities by 2050, so cities will need to be more modern
to deal with the coming problems. Making cities smarter is one way out, and I think th is will in turn make cities greener, said Dan Hill, head of a research company.
83. According to the text, living in a "smart" city ______
A. is not a green way
B. will be far from you
C. will soon become true
D. is completely impossible
84. What is Paragraph 2 mainly about?
A. A city of the future.
B. A meeting in Songdo.
C. A plan to build a house.
D. A report on public health.
85. Which company offers the great mind to build Songdo?
86. Dan Hill thinks that making cities smarter is one way to_
A. drive people out of cities control the world's population
C. develop his own company
D. solve the cities' coming problems
87. Which of the following might be the best title for the text?
A. Future Education
B. Smart Cities
C. Government Services
D. Famous Companies
Mr. Reynolds, my teacher, handed us a list of thoughts, and asked us to write a paper on one of those thoughts. I chose the topic l wonder why things are the way they are.
I wrote down all the questions that puzzled (困
扰) me about life. I realized that many of them were
hard to answer, and perhaps others could not be answered at all. When I handed in my paper, I was afraid that I might fail because I did not answer the questions.
The next day, Mr. Reynolds handed me the paper and
asked me to read it for the class. The other
students became quiet as I began to read my story:
Mum, why are the roses red? Why is the grass green and the sky blue? Why do I hav e to graduate(毕业) ? Why do I have to grow up? Why do I have to be
called Grandma" one day?..
Dad, why can't I stay out until 12: OO? Why do I miss my old friends? Why do 1 mi ss being at home?Why do you love me so much?...
Mum, Dad, why did you have to leave me? I need you. OGANU
At the end of my story. I looked at Mr. Reynolds, and I saw a tear slowly coming d own his face. Then I realized that life is not built on the answers we receive
but on the questions we ask.
88. Why was the writer afraid that she might fail? (不超过10个词)
89. What did the teacher ask the writer to do for the class? (不超过15个词)
90. What did the writer realize at the end of the story? (不超过15个词)
91. My grandparents are b____ (忙碌)making zongzi for the Dragon Boat Festival.
92. Everyone has a______ （角色）to play in making our country more beautiful.
93. The ltte boy is always keeping his bedroom clean and t_____(整齐) .
94. A good hobby a_____. （增加） a lot of fun to our spare life.
95. Please think t_____ (两次) before you hand in your paper.
语写一篇题为"Thank you, my teacher!"的短文参加此次活动。要点如下:
1. 词数80~ 100 ;
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88.Because she did not answer the questions(she wrote down).
89.The teacher asked her to read her paper for the class./To read her paper for the class.
90.The writer realized that life is built on the questions we ask./Life is not built on the answers we receive but on the questions we ask.
91.bust 92.role 93.tidy 94.adds 95.twice
One possible version:
I’d like to say thanks to my English teacher, Miss Li, because she's helped me a lot. Once, I failed my English exam. When she found I was very worried, she encourage d me to study harder and promised to help me. After that, I turned to her for help every time I had questions. She was always patient to make me understand every single question. With her help, l’ve had enough courage to face difficulties and made much progress in English.
Thank you, my dear teacher! The love and support from you will be with me forever.备注：以下内容仅显示部分，需完整版请下载！