1. What are the two speakers going to buy?
A. Bread B. Cheese C. Eggs
2. What courses does the woman suggest?
A. Music and art B. Science and art C. Language and Music
3. What can we learn from the conversation?
A. The man likes his teacher.
B. The man sometimes likes his teacher.
C. The man doesn’t really like his teacher.
4. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In a bookstore B. In a library C. In a classroom
5. Why doesn’t Jane eat the chocolate cake?
A. Because she doesn’t like chocolate.
B. Because she has trouble with her tooth.
C. Because she is full.
6. In which department can this conversation most probably take place?
A. Shoe Department B. Clothing Department C. Jewelry Department
7. What could be the reason if the woman does not buy the overcoat?
A. The colour B. The size C. The price
8. What can the woman be?
A. A waitress at a hotel B. The secretary of Mr Black
C. The assistant of Professor Green
9. How could the man get in touch with Mr Green?
A. Ask the woman to find the Blackwood Hotel
B. Go to Mr Green’s home
C. Dial 114 to find the telephone number of the Blackwood Hotel
10. Why did the man ask the woman to change the dollar?
A. To pay for the information To make a phone call
B. To go to the hotel by bus
11. What is the man doing?
A. Selling his house B. Looking for a house C. Finding a job
12. How long has the woman lived in the house?
A. 19 years B. 8 years C. 20 years
13. Why does the woman want to sell the house?
A. She wants to move abroad. She wants to move to the countryside.
B. She hopes to get a lot of money.
14. How much does the house cost?
A. $6,850 B. $6,815 C. $7,850
15. What ‘s the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A. Friends B. Strangers C. Husband and wife
16. How did the woman find her stay there?
A. Boring B. Wonderful C. Adventurous
17. What does the man advise the woman to do when she gets home?
A. Send him an email B. Write a letter to him C. Give him a call
18. How old was Rose when she left school?
A. 16 B. 17 C. 18
19. What did Rose learn in the college?
A. Computer B. English C. Typing.
20. How much will the office pay Rose in three months if she gets the job?
A. $30 B. $27 C. $20
II 单项填空 （共20小题，每题1分 共20分）
21. ---I will take the mid-term exam the day after tomorrow.
A.Congratulations B.Good luck C. Have a good time D.My pleasure
22.That was the first time that I _____ at the meet¬ing.
A. had spoken B. have spoken C. am D. was
23. I just can’t understand why you _____ such an opportunity to show your talent.
A. give in B. give up C. give out D. give away
24.At this moment the bell rang, _____ the end of class.
A. announced B. having announced
C. announcing D. to announce
25.The boy bought a new dictionary _____ he turned for help.
A. from which B. into which C. which D. to which
26. Our teacher _____ us practising our spoken English as often as possible.
A. hopes B. advises C. suggests D. lets
27. The number of tall buildings _____ greatly in Tianjin in the last few years.
A. is increasing B. has increased C. are increased D. have increased
28. ______of the land in that district ______ covered with trees and grass.
A. Two fifths; is B. Two fifth; is C. Two fifth; are D. Two fifths; are[来源:高考资源网]
29. Don’t worry too much about your studies. If you keep on trying, you will ____ make progress and catch up with others.
A. actually B. gradually C. sincerely D. hardly
30. --- Mr Smith, Mr White is waiting outside to see you.
--- Oh, I thought he ____ this afternoon. Well, tell him to wait a minute.
A. is coming B. was coming C. will come D. had come
31.One of the advantages of living on the top of a high rise is that you can get a good ____.
A. sight B. scene C. view D. look
32. --- Daddy, I don’t want to go to Jimmy’s birthday.
--- You had better go. ____ you make a promise, you have to keep it.
A. Unless B. Even if C. Once D. In case
33. The students think the library ____ too early and suggest that the library ____ until 6:00 pm.
A. closes; stay open C. is closed; stays opened
C. is closed; staying open D. closes; is stayed open
34.Our English teacher is always doing all____help us learn English well.
A. she can to B.that she can C.she can do D.what she can to
35. The police are asking the witness for help, trying to ____ the cause of the accident.
A. look out B. find out C. dig out D. take out
36. I don’t think Tom is ____. I mean he is sometimes too careless.
A. reliable B. kind-hearted C. devoted D. easygoing
37.I don’t know_____that made Tom so sad.
A.what it is B.what is it C.how is it D.why it is
38.---Are you still busy now?
---Yes, I _____my homework, and it won’t take long.
A.just finish B.am just fishing
C.am just going to finish D.have just finish
39.Rather than stay at home, my father _____ to go outdoors with friends.
A. prefers B. likes C.wants D.wishes
40. Whom do you think Mom will ____ shopping with her, Betty or Alice?
A. have to go B. have gone C. have go D. have going
I became lame(瘸的) in both legs in my childhood. I can’t stand 41 the support of two sticks. Only in my wheelchair can I “ 42 ”.
I still remember the first day at 43 . When I appeared at the door, 44 in the classroom stared(凝视) at me in 45 . My face turned 46 . I couldn’t help 47 back. However, it was the 48 and sympathy(同情) in their eyes that 49 me doing so. I went shyly towards an unoccupied (空的) seat.
Being lame, I didn’t dare(敢) to 50 in front of my classmates. I was afraid that I might be 51 at. In those days I was very sad to see others walking 52 .
One day, a few students came up to me and asked me to go outside. I was really 53 . They encouraged me with a(n) 54 smile and 55 me in my wheelchair from place to place. I was 56 to them for giving me a chance to see the 57 of our lovely school with my own eyes.
After that we often read, played and talked together. My friends are always 58 to help me. It made me 59 I am handicapped(残疾的).
Once they asked me, “What is the most beautiful thing in our school?” Without hesitation(犹豫) I said, “It is the 60 . ”
41. A. with B. without C. under D. on
42. A. walk B. run C. sit D. stand
43. A. school B. wheelchair C. home D. hospital
44. A. he B. she C. everyone D. nobody
45. A. thought B. interest C. anger D. surprise
46. A. red B. brown C . white D. black
47. A. entering B. hiding C. coming D. turning
48. A. feeling B. kindness C. sorr ow D. pain
49. A. made B. prevented C. kept D. let
50. A. walk B. study C. practice D. speak
51. A. laughed B. smiled C. stared D. looked
52. A. quickly B. slowly C. happily D. shyly
53. A. brave B. sad C. hurt D. excited
54. A. honest B. friendly C. luckily D. handsome
55. A. pushed B. placed C. drew D. pulled
56. A. satisfied B. sorry C. loyal D. grateful
57. A. signs B. sights C. buildings D. students
58. A. ready B. smart C. wise D. unwilling
59. A. forget B. remember C. imagine D. think
60. A. teachers B. schoolyard C. classmates D. friendship
Americans spend their holidays in different ways. Some of them like to travel abroad and get to know something about the foreign countries. For example, they may go to China and learn about its old traditions and habits. However, this kind of trip is not always pleasant. First, it is not so convenient and secondly the service they receive in foreign countries is not quite satisfactory.
Some of Americans enjoy travelling within their own states, usually going to the seaside towns or cities during summer. They may stay there for one or two weeks and then come back home. This kind of trip is always cheaper and pleasant.
Another group care for travelling very much. They just get on a plane in the morning and get off a ship in the evening. They like to go across the country, from north to south, and west to east.
For the last group, they just want to stay at home and do their housework with the radio or television on. They say holiday is the time for rest, not for travelling.
61．Some Americans like to travel abroad because ______.
A．their own country has nothing interesting
B．the outsid e world is very advanced
C．they want to know something about the history of some countries
D．they have a lot of money and can not spend it all in their own country
62．There is something that the foreigners are not very satisfied with when they travel outside. It is ______.
A．the food B．the habit C．the people they meet D．the service
63．If an American wants to go abroad for his holiday, he probably goes to ______ to learn about ancient culture.
A．Egypt B．Australia C．Singapore D．Canada
64．Some Americans don't like travelling in their holidays, because ______.
A．they are lazy B．they don't have much money
C．they like to rest at home D．they like watching TV
65. Which of the following statements is not true according to the passage?
A. Travelling abroad is not always pleasant.
B. Travelling within one’s own state is cheaper and pleasant.
C. Some people prefer to stay at home because they can’t afford to travel.
D. For those who care for traveling very much, distance（距离）is not a problem.
“Hey, Jenna, do you think we’ ll still be friends when we’re eighty-two?” I asked my friend.
Losing Jenna would be like losing a very close sister.
“Of course, we’l l still be friends when we’re eighty-two,” Jenna announced loudly.[来源:Ks5u.com.Com]
The next year, in Grade Four, we met Jamie. The three of us soon became close friends. We played together almost every day. I thought even time could n’t pull us apart, but I was sadly mistaken.
The three of us started fighting a lot. Before Christmas, we had a really big fight, and Jamie and Jenna were against me, both saying I was bossy (专横的). I felt helpless and lonely. I thought Christmas would be horrible!
I was surprised when Jenna came to my house and gave me a terri ble Christmas card she had made for me. I was so sure that she was still disappointed with me.
“Wow,” I said, breaking the silence as we stood on either side of my front door. “Thanks.”
“Okay…well… I have to go,” she said softly.
“Okay. See you later then…” and I closed the door.
“Who was that at the door?” my mom asked.
“It was Jenna, my classmate.” I said.
The card started off w ith “Merry Christmas”, but then it said, “I am so glad we’re friends. I am sorry about what I said when we were fighting. A fight won’t stop us from being friends. Besides, we said we were going to be friends even when we’re ei ghty-two.”
I stopped reading and started laughing. I couldn’t believe I had forgotten what she said that day in the backyard. I couldn’t believe I had been so selfish in trying to make my friends feel sorry for me.
66. The best title for this passage would be_______.
A. Jenna and I B. Friends Forever
C. Friendship is very important. D. Friendship is very necessary.
67. I was sadly mistaken because ______.
A. I was lonely and helpless B. in Grade Four we met Jamie
C. Something unhappy happened between us
D. Jamie and Janna were bossy and we had a fight
68. How would the author and Jenna get along with each other after C hristmas?
A. They would be close friends again.
B. They would not speak to each other.
C. They would lose touch with each other.
D. They would go on fighting with each other.
69. What can we learn from the underlined sentences?
A. The author was sure Jenna felt sorry for her.
B. The author didn’t think Jenna was still angry with her.
C. The author hadn’t thought Jenna would send her a Christmas card.
D. The author knew Jenna would come to see her and said sorry to her.
70. Which of the following is the right time order according to the passage?
a. Jamie became the author’s friend.
b. The author felt lon ely and unhappy.
c. Jenna, Jamie and the author fought.
d. Jenna brought the author a Christmas card.
e. The author was sorry for what she did.
f. Jenna and the author promised to be lifelong friends.
A. f-a-b-c-e-d B. a-c-f-b-d-e C. a-b-c-f-e-d D. f-a-c-b-d-e
More than 10,000 people were made homeless in Ternang when the Sungai Mas overflowed its banks yesterday after six days of continuous heavy rain.
The wooden bridges across the river had been swept away. The town is cut off by floodwaters. At the fifth mile, Jalan Tengkn, the water is now two metres deep. It is closed to all traffic.
Flood first appeared at midafternoon yesterday along the riverbanks. People struggling to higher ground were just in time to escape the destroying of the flood. Most of the flood victims had to leave all their things behind.
The news was reported to the National Flood Relief Center and by early evening the whole town was moved out, helped by the army, police, Red Cross Society and volunteers.
The flood victims are now housed in various simple relief centers in the nearby town of Ternang.
“Everything possible is being done to help the unfortunate people，” a government spokesman said. “In fact, money, food and clothing have begun to come in from public organizations and helpful people.”
According to the latest reports it is still raining heavily at Ternang. The whole town is expected to be totally covered by the water. So far no deaths have been reported.
71．Most possibly this passage is from a _______.
A．government report B．news report C．story book D．tale
72．Which of the following is NOT a result of the flood?
A. The wooden bridge was swept away. B. All traffic was stopped.
C. People had to escape from their homes D. Several people were injured
73．According to the passage, the town of Ternang _______.
A．has been swept away B．will soon be under the water
C．is safe from the water D. is empty of people
74．Which of the following groups of sentences is RIGHT according to the passage?
a．When the message was published only buses could enter the town.
b．As soon as the water flowed over the banks, people went to higher ground.
c．The National Flood Relief Center is in charge of the affairs to help the flood victims.
d．The government and the whole society take great care of the flood victims.
A．a, b B．c, d C．a, c D．b, d
75. The National Flood Relief Centre is a ______.
A. government organization B. national volunteer society
C. a part of the Red Cross D. public organiaiton
Do you suppose Darwin, one of the greatest scientists of all time, really did fools' experiments? Or did he do experiment s that were so simple and basic that other people just thought they were foolish?
Sometimes, people think they already know the answer to a question or the solution to a problem. Sometimes, they really do know an answer or a solution, but without thinking they are important.
Charles Darwin didn't settle for (满足于) just thinking he knew something. And, he believed all things could be important however simple they seemed to be.
Suppose you drop sheets of paper that are of exactly the same size and shape. If you drop them at the same time in the same place, they will fall in the same way. Now make one of the sheets of paper into a tight (紧的) little ball and let it drop along with the other sheets. What happens? You ha ve done an experiment that is so simple that you might think it couldn't be worth anything.
But this simple experiment is important. It explains part of our present day understandings of physics ideas that were worked out long ago by Galileo and Newton. And these understandings set_aside some of ancient Greek physics.
The scientist sometimes stops to look at very simple things and to think very hard about them. Even the simplest idea, which we might think is foolish, can shake the foundations of science.
76．The passage tells us that Charles Darwin _______.
A．was a great English scientist
B．always liked doing the experiments that others thought difficult
C．thought even the simplest thing was important
D．didn't get along well with others
77. Sometimes people ______.
A. think they are cleverer than Darwin.
B. don’t realize the importance of little things
C. believe all things could be important even if they may be simple
D. do experiments to find an answer or a solution to a problem
78．The phrase “set aside” most probably means “_______”．
A．throw away B．store up C．put to use D．realize
79．The author of the passage tries to ________.
A．convince us that Charles Darwin, Galileo and Newton are the greatest scientists in the world
B．draw the conclusion that basic sciences are simple things
C．prove that two sheets of paper, with the same size and shape, will fall at the same speed
D．draw our attention to everyday happenings around us
80．Which one of the following is true?
A．Darwin really did fools' experiments.
B．According to som e people Darwin did foolish experiments.
C．It is believed by all the people that things could be important though they seemed to be simple.
D．Galileo and Newton worked out ancient Greek physics.
_____________________________________（已经下定决心）not to play computer games.
82.She gave me ______________________________________(一个坚定的眼神), the kind that said she would not__________________________________________（改变主意）.
83.Although she didn’t know __________________________________________________（去某些地方的最佳路线）,she insisted that______________________________________（把这次旅游安排得尽善尽美）.
84.It seemed _____________________________________________（仿佛到了世界末日）.
85. Only then_______________________________________________________________.（我们才决定用暴力反抗暴力）.
I have not been getting along very well with my study recently, and
my parents are really c_________ about it. Yesterday I went to ask 86. ______________
the teacher for a__________. After listening to my problems, the teacher 87. ______________
pointed out that one of my _________（不足）is that I only do what the 88. ___ ___________
teachers tell me to. He suggested that I d______ more time to learning 89. ______________
independently. Besides, a proper _______（时间表）for study is also 90. ______________
important. It is ________（没有用）spending the whole day on study. 91. ______________
Doing some sports every day is also necessay. _______ is the most 92. ______________
important is confidence. I am very ________ for my teacher’s guidance 93. ______________
and I am d______ to work hard to improve my study. I believe my 94. ______________
hard work will be _______（得到回报）so long as I keep trying. 95. ______________
根据下列提示，以“Life of Nelson Mandela”为题，写一篇120左右的短文。注意不要直译。
简历：1918年出生于南非。1944，大学毕业，法律专业，同年成立“非国大青年联盟(ANC Youth League）；1952，建立律师事务所，为贫穷的黑人提供法律(legal)帮助；1964-1990，作为非国大领袖被判入狱；1991，当选非国大主席；1994，当选南非总统。
贡献：一生为争取黑人的平等权利和自由而斗争，被认为是南非黑人的英雄，1993获诺贝尔和平奖(Nobel Peace Prize)；
Life of Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela was born in South Afraica in 1918. He graduated from university with a law degree in 1944 and at the same year formed the ANC Youth League. In 1952, he set up a law office, helping poor black people with their legal problems. In 1964, he was put in prison for being one of the ANC leaders and was not released until 1990. The next year he became President of the ANC. Three years later, he became the president of South Africa.
Nelson Mandela, who is regarded as a hero of the black people, has devoted all his life to fighting for equal rights and rights of the black peop le. Because of his great achievements, he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993.