1. Where does Bill want to go?
A. A cinema. B. Peters house. C. Sandys school.
2. What did Jim do recently?
A. He got married.
B. He studied in Australia.
C. He went abroad to attend a wedding.
3. What does the man want?
A. Drinks and snacks. B. Snacks and fruit. C. Drinks and fruit.
4. Who is the tallest student in Marys class?
A. Mary. B. Dick. C. Tony.
5. What animals do the children like best?
A.Monkeys. B. Dolphins. C. Elephants.
6. Why did Sally hand in her homework late?
A. She had to take care of her mother. B. Her teacher was ill C. She was ill
7. Whats the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Father and daughter. B. Teacher and student. C. Classmates.;
8. What position is unsuitable for women according to the man?
A. Doctor. B. Farmer. C. Driver.
9. Whats the womans opinion?
A. Women are cleverer. B. Women are more careful. C. Women are more skilled.
10. Where is the nearest bookshop?
A. Near a school. B. Near the bus station. C. Near the hospital.
11. Why does the man go to the bookshop?
A. To work there. B. To buy a book. C. To meet his son there.
12. How will the man go to the bookstore?
A. By bus. B. On foot. C. By taxi.
13. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Sports. B. Business. C. Entertainment.
14. Why does Kate look happy?
A. There will be a very funny film tonight.
B. She helped a man who got into trouble.
C. She just saw a very funny film on TV.
15. What kind of program does the man like?
A. Interesting and instructive programs.
B. Historic programs.
C. News programs.
16. Whats the mans opinion on watching TV?
A. It is not only for entertainment.
B. It makes people active.
C. It is not good for eyes.
17. Whats special about tomorrow?
A. The zoo opens for free.
B. Its Childrens Day.
C. Its Mrs. Lees birthday.
18. Who will go to the tiger house?
A. Sam and Bill.
B. Mike and Bill.
C. Sue and Lily.
19. Who wants to take food for the animals?
A.Lucy. B. Bill. C. Sam.
20. What is most probably Mrs. Lee?
A. A teacher. B. A guide. C. A zookeeper.
Situated on the Zambezi River in southern Africa and forming the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, regarded as a UNESCO(联合国教科文组织) World Heritage Site in 1989,Victoria Falls is known as one of the most magnificent(华丽的) and the largest curtains of falling water in the world. The Victoria Falls makes a great holiday destination with many travelers visiting not just for the Waterfall, but also for the incredible activities. At its peak flow around June, a mile-wide crack 100m straight down is filled with the roar of water falling at a rate of 3,000 tons per second.
Located in the East African country of Tanzania within Kilimanjaro National Park, with an elevation of 19, 340 feet, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa and the fourth highest in the world. Unlike many of the other mountains, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro
doesn’t require any technical mountain climbing skills.
Being the tallest mountain in Kenya and only second to Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Kenya is located in the Mount Kenya National Park close to the equator. The mountain features three peaks over 16.000 feet: 1) Batian as the tallest at 17 ,058 feet, 2) Nelion at 17 ,022 feet and 3).Lenana at 16,355 feet. The park and area receives approximately 15 ,000 visitors each year.
The, Nile River is located in northern Africa spanning across many countries that include Uganda, Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan, Democratic Republic of the. Congo, Kenya, Tanzania ,Rwanda, Burundi and ending in Egypt as it feeds into the Mediterranean Sea. The Nile River is the longest river in the world beating out the Amazon by 155 Feet。
21. Victoria Falls is popular because .
A. it will apply for the list of world heritage
B. it is the largest curtain of falling water
C. it is a place with incredible activities
D. it can offer the peak flowing all the year
22. What is the special character of Mount Kenya?
A. It is located in the Mount Kenya National Park..
B. It is suitable for people to reach the summit..
C. It receives about 15 ,000 visitors each year.
D. It shows its three peaks to the world.
23. Floating down the Nile River, you will .
A. end your travel at the Amazon B. find. a great many water sources
C. see it going through 10 countries D. be surprised by the scenery of Egypt
There are many American expressions about insects.
Bees are known as very hard workers. So you might say you were as busy as a bee if you spent your weekend cleaning your house. In fact, you might say your house was a beehive of activity if your whole family was helping you clean. You also might say you made a beeline for something if you went there right away. When we go to see a movie, my friend always makes a beeline for the place where they sell popcorn. If something was the best of its kind, you might say it was the bees knees. Now, we admit that we do not know how this expression developed. In fact, we do not even know if bees have knees! If your friend cannot stop talking about something because she thinks it is important, you might say she has a bee in her bonnet. If someone asks you a personal question, and you would like not to tell him or her,you might say “That is none of your beeswax.”
Butterflies are beautiful insects, but you would not want to have butterflies in your stomach. That means to be nervous about having to do something, like speaking in front of a crowd. You would also not want to have ants in your pants. That is, to be restless and unable to sit still.
If a friend keeps asking you to do something you do not want to do, you might ask him to leave you alone or “stop bugging me.” A friend also might tell you again and again to do something. If so, you might say he put a bug in your ear. If you were reading a book in your warm bed on a cold winters day, you might say you were snug as a bug in a rug. And, if you wish someone good night, you might say, “sleep tight—dont let the bed bugs bite.”
24. When you describe a wonderful bike of your friend, you can say
A. it makes a beeline B. it is the bees knees
C. it is a beehive of activity D. it has a bee in its bonnet
25. The underlined phrase in Paragraph 2 means “ ”.
A. has nothing to do with you B. draws your attention
C. goes wrong D. is the bee s knees
26. In the text, butterflies and ants are used to .
A. speak highly of a beautiful person B. describe a person without confidence
C. stand for bad effects on a person D. comfort a person in a bad mood
27. What can we learn from the last paragraph?
A. The word “bug” can be a noun or a verb. B. Bug is a kind of good insects for man.
C. Bugs live mainly in humans ears. D. A bug in a rug is very dangerous.
Many college students complain about dormitory life: a sweltering room without air-conditioning in summer and a dormitory gate which is closed at 11 pm. But they may miss their dormitories after graduation,when they have to spend as much as a third of their income renting a shabby room.
The rising prices of daily necessities, including food, water, gas and electricity, are also making graduates save every penny to make ends meet.
Faced with the high cost of living, college graduates need to make every penny work when they budget their income.
When it comes to renting, try to spend no more than one third of your income on it.Better still, only spend a quarter, according to Hao Qian, a career consultant(咨询师).
Hao also reminds graduates to set aside about one fifth of their income for social activities. “People have spent more on their social lives because of changes in forms of entertainment,”said Hao. For example, new friends may want to meet you at a quiet club instead of at a noisy house.
In spite of the high cost of living, many college graduates still, try to stay in big cities.They usually work in industries such as finance, public relations and IT, which depend on a booming city economy and technology.
Hao advises such graduates to reduce their expenditure on shopping as much as possible.“If you are not in jobs such as PR and sales which require you to dress well, you dont need to spend much on clothes and “ accessories ,” said Hao.“Spend less than one eighth of your monthly income on shopping. ”
28. What does the underlined word “sweltering” in the first paragraph probably mean?
A. Hot and airless. B. Damp and narrow.
C. Simple and dull. D. Comfortable and rich.
29. Which item takes up the most income of the graduates according to Hao Qian?
A. Travel. B. Shopping. C. Social activities. D. Renting.
30. How does the author begin the text?
A. By making comparisons. B. By making analysis.
C. By using an example. D. By describing processes.
31. We can know from the text that .
A. the money spent on social activities is mainly to broaden business cooperation
B. its unwise to meet your new friend in your dormitory with loud roommates
C. more and more graduates choose to work in small towns or medium cities
D. if you take up a PR job in a firm, you can wear casual clothes
Billy Wilder (1906—2002) was a Jewish Polish-born American filmmaker, screenwriter,producer. Many experts say that Billy Wilder changed the history of American movies. He is often called the best movie maker Hollywood has ever had.
Billy Wilder started law school in Vienna, Austria. Then he decided not to become a lawyer. Instead, he began reporting for a Vienna newspaper. Wilder became a screenwriter in the late 1920s while living in Berlin. After the rise of the Nazi Party, Wilder, who was Jewish, left for Paris, where he directed a movie The Bad Seed for the first time. He moved to Hollywood in 1933, and in 1939 he had a hit when he co-wrote the screenplay for Ninotchka. In 1944, Billy Wilder made a film called Double Indemnity. Some critics said this movie established him as one of the greatest Hollywood directors.
As a director, Billy Wilder often violated Hollywood customs about social issues. For example, someone who drank too much alcohol had rarely been a movie subject. But Wilder directed The Lost Weekend in 1945, whose subject was about alcohol. Reports at the time said manufacturers of alcoholic drinks tried to stop the movie. They did not succeed. The Lost Weekend also won the first prize of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France.
In 1950, Wilder made Sunset Boulevar, which won three Academy awards. The movie marked the last time Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett wrote together. In 1954, Billy Wilder became an independent producer. The next year, Wilders first movie The Seven Year Itch as an independent filmmaker was a huge success. In 1959, Wilder made a funny movie that was very popular. Billy Wilder continued to make interesting movies through the nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies.
In recent years, however, Billy Wilder received many more awards and honors. Critics praised his gifts to movie making. In 1987, he received the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award, which is the highest award a producer can receive, Wilder died in 2002. A current Hollywood producer said,“ Billy Wilder dies. Nobodys perfect”.
32. The author introduces Billy Wilder mainly by .
A. giving examples B. comparing facts
C. following space order D. following time order
33. What does the text mainly talk about?
A. The background of American movies.
B. Billy Wilders achievements in American movies.
C. Billy Wilders attitude to American movies.
D. The development of American movies.
34. From the text, what can we learn about Billy Wilders Double Indemnity?
A. It met many critical challenges. B. It was a major hit.
C. It won many awards. D. It was his first works.
35. What can be inferred from what a current Hollywood producer said?
A. Billy Wilder made lots of mistakes.
B. Billy Wilder received high remarks.
C. Billy Wilder was severely attacked by critics
D. Billy Wilder was the greatest filmmaker.
How to Know Yourself Better
Most of us believe that we know ourselves better than anyone in this world. 36
Why? Not everyone is courageous enough to travel the path to achieving a better self-understanding. For a person to have a well-lived life, it is important that he know himself good. If you are one of those who are trying to know yourself better, these following steps will guide you.
1.Take a moment to write down things that you know “very good”about yourself-your interests, likes, dislikes, preferences, hobbies, strengths, weaknesses, hopes, fears, dreams, etc.
37 By creating a list of your personal characteristics that you are familiar with, you are keeping yourself in touch with yourself.
2. 38 This is another way to know yourself better. The Internet has a rich source of free online personality and psychological assessments and tests. The better you know yourself, the easier it will be to love yourself.
3. Know yourself better by understanding peoples viewpoints about you. 39 .
Sometimes, you think you know yourself enough, but other people who see you from their point of view can offer you some insights(见解) how you act and get understood by others. Be careful, however, to balance both perceptions to come up with an objective view of yourself.
4. Keep on learning who you are. 40 _ Everyday you will be given new insights about yourself. Writing a journal will help you keep track of these new discoveries. Maintaining that hunger to know yourself better will make you more self-aware, opening up new opportunities to enrich your life.
A. Its a lifetime process.
B. Take personality and psychological tests.
C. Remember that you are a worthy person.
D. But a lot of people are still strangers to themselves.
E. By answering them, you will understand yourself better.
F. Reflect on these qualities above and find out how they influence your entire life.
G. Pay attention to what your family, friends, coworkers, etc. observe and say about you.
l live in the suburb north of San Francisco, where driving is considered the main transportation choice for most people. I 41__ remember how excited I was when I first learned to drive 10 years ago. Driving at night, with music gently 42 my heart, I was filled with a joy of 43 in a foreign land! I had a photo taken of my hugging my white car and
44 it to my family in China. I 45 my car! Sometimes she was my only 46 in lonely nights.
Yet, as time went by, that 47 wore off, and I hated driving. So I 48 the 21-day Mindful Walking Challenge and began to walk. On a mindful walking day, I said“ 49 ”to a neighbor named June, who was sweeping the sidewalk. She 50__ my greetings and asked, “What happened to your hair?”I touched my hair and 51 what might have gone wrong. Seeing the 52 on my face, she then realized that shed 53 me for another neighbor she knew. She walked across the street and said, “You sounded so 54 that I thought•••” We both laughed.
I 55 the new neighbor next door, and two different gardeners on different days and listened to their joy in gardening after 56 all day. I smiled to everyone passing by me.1walked to the streets I 57 wouldnt pass through if I was in a hurry, and 58 a tiny free library on the sidewalk. I 59 to question if I had really lived in this town all these years. Its a completely new town I 60_ so little about! Im grateful to the 21-day Mindful Walking Challenge. Walking is amazing!
41. A. even B. ever C. still D. almost
42. A. affecting B. hurting C. beating D. comforting
43. A. safety B. independence C. achievement D. experience
44. A. sent B. passed C. showed D. gave
45. A. admired B. improved C. loved D. disliked
46. A. companion B. dream C. support D. favorite
47. A. tiredness B. boredom C. satisfaction D.excitement
48. A. created B. joined C. trusted D. expected
49. A. yes B. sorry C. hello D. fine
50. A. returned B. appreciated C. accepted D. refused
51. A. believed B. doubted C. asked D. wondered
52. A. kindness B. confusion C. pleasure D. curiosity
53. A. searched B. charged C. mistaken D. invited
54. A. friendly B. humorous C. generous D. lovely
55. A. shouted at B. met with C. waved to D. talked to
56. A. planning B. working C. studying D. resting
57. A. hardly B. regularly C. normally D. formally
58. A. discovered B. visited C. built D. learnt
59. A. continued B. happened C. promised D. began
60. A. hear B. know C. talk D. care
An elderly lady 61 lives near me keeps her garden so beautiful. It has an abundance of flowers and colours. The weather is not too good here at the moment, and actually it
62 (rain). One day I drove past this elderly ladys house and 63 garden was showing signs of winter with very little by way of flowers or colour. I knocked on her door and she came out, She didnt know me and I told her I had flowers for her.
She said she couldnt imagine she would 64 (give) flowers. 1 told her I was giving them to her because she worked so hard in her garden and we all got to enjoy the 65 .
(beautiful) of it, She was 66 ( total) surprised. All she could say was‘I dont know
67 to say.’Her name is Elizabeth. 68 (tear) ran down Elizabeths face and you would truly think shed just won a prize.
Elizabeth told me she loved flowers, and I laughed, 69 (tell) her I had already knew that! I also gave her a little thank-you card 70 (let) her know all her hard work in her garden brought joy to others, Elizabeth this moment was so precious. to me.
1.The students made a number of______(抱怨）about school meals.
2. Everyone all admired Jack for his (慷慨）
3. Schools need (志愿者）to help organise activities.
4. To our (失望）, our team lost the match finally.
5. With many forests (destroy) , some animals are in danger.
6. The old tower (date) balk to the Tang Dynasty was burnt down by a fire lase year.
7.The book is very (value) to learning English.
8. (tradition), Chinese people set off fireworks during the spring Festival.
9. There is a g gap between my parents and me.
10.The man was put into prison because he had c a crime.
第四部分写作 (共两节,满分 35分)
On December 10th last year, we paid a visit to a high-tech agricultural garden. It took us
one and a half hour to get there. The naturally environment there was very pleased, and we
could breathe fresh air. The intelligent glass greenhouse, where many kinds of fruits and
vegetables were growing there, was really amazing. Because it was very cold outside, the
greenhouse controlling by a computer could provide a proper temperature. That was also very
interesting to see so many colorful fruits and vegetables in the greenhouse which we have
never seen before. Luckily, we allowed to taste some of the fruits and vegetables. We really
had a good time and learned a lot over the visit.
假如你是李华,刚从北京服装设计学院(Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology)毕业，上周在报纸上看到国外某家知名外企招聘一名服装设计师，因此你想申请该职位,请根据下列要点,用英语给该企业写一封信。
Dear Sir or Madam,
Last week I saw your company’s advertisement for a costume designer in a newspaper,
Im looking forward to your reply.
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