1. A. Take the No. 2 bus. B. I’d like to help you. C. Here you are.
2. A. Wonderful. B. Me, too. C. Thank you.
3. A. My pleasure. B. You are right. C. Don’t say so.
4. A. Yes, who are you? B. No, he isn’t here. C. Sure. Hold on, please.
6. What birthday present will the woman give Helen?
A. A music book. B. A CD. D. She has no idea.
7. Which train will the man most probably take?
A. The train before 6 a.m. B. The train between 6:30 and 7:30 a.m.
C. The train after 7:30 a.m.
8. What’s Tom’s favourite activity in his free time?
A. Dancing. B. Singing. C. Tennis.
9. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. At a restaurant. B. At a cinema. C. At a bus stop.
10. Why isn’t Sally going to the concert?
A. She’s busy. B. She’s tired. C. She’s ill.
11. What’s the woman’s name?
A. Sandra. B. Sally. C. Sandy.
12. When did she lose the watch?
A. On her way to work. B. In the morning. C. On the way back from work.
13. What’s her telephone number?
A. 0933 575896. B. 0933 575896. C. 0995 575896.
14. What color is the watch?
A. Yellow. B. Silver. C. Black.
15. How long has she kept the watch?
A. 40 days. B. Half a week. C. Half a month.
Here’s the weather forecast for (16) _______ and the southeast coast of England
Time Weather Tomorrow
Morning (17) __________________________ 8-10 °C
(18) _______ A few showers
Midnight Cloudy, heavy rain, strong wind (19) ________________
Tomorrow (20) __________________________ 11-14 °C
21. People, especially teens, think it ______ great fun to surf on _______ Internet.
A. a; the B. a; 不填 C. 不填; the D. the; the
22. _______is the population of Shangdong Province?
A. How many B. Which C. How much D. What
23. ---Can you help clean the window?
A. I’d like that B. Sure, go ahead
C. Sorry, but I have to meet my uncle D. It’s none of my business
24. ---Don’t _______too late, or you will feel tired in class.
---I won’t, Mum. Good night!
A. wake up B. get up C. stand up D. stay up
25. ---Attention, boys and girls! Our class will see a film tomorrow at Caihong Theatre.
---OK. But when ______ we meet?
A. will B. shall C. should D. must
26. ---Dear, why not _______money by yourself for your 8th birthday present?
---Good idea. I’ll not let a pence (便士) go to waste.
A. save B. spend C. keep D. take
27. ---I’m sorry for losing your book. I will buy a new one for you.
---________. I have another copy.
A. Thank you B. Happy to hear that C. Never mind D. Of course
28. His handbag was stolen on his way back home. _______, his keys were on him.
A. Surprisingly B. Sadly C. Luckily D. Hopefully
29. ---David, what have you done with the poor dog? He is wet through!
---Not _______, mum! I never do the same thing a second time.
A. myself B. me C. him D. he
30. ---Your picture is wonderful!
---I worked for 8 hours _______I finished it.
A. when B. before C. while D. after
31. The question is ______he won’t listen to anyone.
A. that B. whether C. if D. when
32. ---Lily! You are so special that you seem different from other girls.
---Everyone in the world is different. So, just _______! It’s the best way of life.
A. enjoy yourself B. be yourself C. help yourself D. take care of yourself
33. When I got his message, I called back, but there was no _______.
A. answer B. ring C. voice D. sound
34. My teacher asked me if I was worried about the test and I said “No”. But ______I was.
A. really B. hardly C. badly D. nearly
35. You say the bridge is safe but I shall take care ________.
A. after all B. in general C. at the same time D. all the same
36. After school I found Mother was in bed sick. _______ Mother was ill, I should do something
A. So B. Though C. Since D. If
37. ---Mary, it’s a _______that you didn’t travel with us. How are you feeling now?
---I’m much better. Thank you.
A. pleasure B. pity C. joy D. wonder
38. ---Have you seen my toy car, Bill?
---It’s _______my way, so I put it _______.
A. in; away B. on; out C. in; out D. by; away
39. The dog rushed to the nearest village _______it could get someone to help his dying owner
A. where B. which C. that D. so that
40. It is not _______whether you fail or succeed in the game. The point is that you take part in it
and enjoy it.
A. necessary B. important C. true D. right
Thanks for your nice letter.
After I had spent a week with my English family, I slowly began to understand their English
a little better. It’s very different from what I learned at school! Students in my group are from different cities of Britain and their dialects (方言) are different too! Some of their accents (口音) are quite strong and they also have their own words and expressions.
But it’s not the language that’s different and surprising. Before I came to England I had thought that fish and chips were eaten every day. That’s quite wrong! I get rather mad now when I hear all the foolish words about typical (典型的) English food.
I had expected to see “London fog”. Do you remember our texts about it? We had no idea that most of this ‘thick fog’ disappeared many years ago when people stopped using coal in their homes. But the idea to speak about the weather was very helpful. The weather in London is really changeable.
On the other hand habits are different. People tell me what is typically British here in London is not always typical in Wales or Scotland. Local habits and traditions are not the same as what we knew.
But what is ordinary for all British is that they follow traditions. Probably Britain has more living signs of its past than many other countries. And people have always been proud of having ancient buildings in capitals, big cities and the countryside.
I will tell you more about Britain in my other letters.
Love from Britain,
41. What does Pete feel about the English language?
A. At first it was difficult for him to understand people.
B. He can understand different dialects and accents.
C. He can speak English better than others.
D. People can’t understand his English.
42. Typical English food _______.
A. makes people mad B. can’t be seen now
C. is always fish and chips D. is not what he knew
43. The British people like to talk about weather because ________.
A. there is thick fog in London B. they like the weather in Britain
C. the weather changes a lot D. it can be helpful
44. What do you know about habits in Britain from the passage?
A. They are not the same in different parts of Britain.
B. Habits in Wales and Scotland are typically British.
C. There are no typical British habits in Britain.
D. All that is typically British is in London.
45. Which is NOT true according to the passage?
A. What he’s seen is quite different from what he’d learned
B. British people like to follow traditions.
C. Pete had learned about Britain before.
D. Pete doesn’t like his life in Britain.
I’m confused these days. We are taught at home and at school that using violence (暴力) is the least civilized (文明的) way to solve problems. For example, last week I thought about hitting my friend for winning a beautiful shell while we were playing at the beach. I talked with him instead and we came to an agreement. If two adults had a disagreement, and if they used violence towards each other in order to win, is it all right?
When two countries disagree, they often fight a war. Why is using violence not okay at home, at school, or in your country but okay between countries? So many people have been killed because of wars, not only soldiers but ordinary people, even small children and babies. And refugees (难民) exist, too.
A war is a great violence, like two people fighting over a shell, just much bigger. Adults say they are fighting wars in order to solve problems and make peace. But can you really “make peace” by killing so many people? I don’t think bombs (炸弹) can reach people’s hearts and change them. Bombs can’t create love and caring, and that’s what we need in the world. Why do adults use violence so quickly? Why can’t they use their wisdom (智慧) and talk it over?
Adults might say that things are not that easy. But they are the ones that teach us to be kind, not to hurt people, and not to kill. Why don’t they act as what they say?
---A page from a 12-tear-old boy, Joshua’s diary.
46. At the beach, Joshua ________.
A. hit his friend B. won a beautiful shell
C. played with a beautiful shell D. came to an agreement with his friend
47. Joshua hates wars between countries because ________.
A. he is afraid of wars B. he doesn’t understand adults
C. wars create death and refugees D. wars are not the only way to make peace
48. What’s the key to peace in Joshua’s opinion?
A. Love and care for each other. B. Don’t use violence so quickly.
C. Stop using bombs in wars. D. Don’t hurt or kill people in wars.
49. From the reading we can see Joshua wants adults to ________.
A. learn from children B. be children’s models
C. be kind to children D. teach children how to solve problems
50. Choose the best title (标题) for the passage.
A. Adults and Wars B. How to Stop Wars
C. Wars Can’t Make Peace D. Ways of Solving Problems
ENJOY YOUR FAVOURITES IN STAR CINEMA
Voldemort: 14:00; 16:00
Lord of the Rings (II) The Two Towers: 14:00; 16:00; 20:00; 22:00
The Lion King, Shrek (II): 12:00; 14:00; 16:00; 20:00
Goblet of Fire: 14:00; 16:00
Lord of the Rings (III) The Return of the King: 14:00; 16:00; 20:00; 22:00
Lord of the Rings (II) The Two Towers: 12:00; 14:00; 16:00; 20:00
Voldemort: 12:00; 14:00; 16:00
Tickets must be booked any time up to 30 minutes before the film starts. Ticket holders are given seat numbers.
Drinks are provided. Food may be bought from the shop and eaten in the area provided outside the cinema.
Ticket price: Adults: $16; Children under 6: $6; Students under 16: $10
Smoking is not allowed anywhere in the cinema. Mobile phones must be powered off.
51. What film can you see on a Saturday night in October?
A. Lord of the Rings (III) The Return of the King.
B. Lord of the Rings (II) The Two Towers.
C. The Lion King, Shrek (II).
52. When can you see the film Voldemort?
A. Tuesday, October, 4pm. B. Tuesday, October, 10pm.
C. Thursday, September, 8pm. D. Friday, September, 4am.
53. How much will it cost for a family with two children (one is 5 and the other is 8) to see a film?
A. $22. B. $30. C. $44. D. $48.
54. When can people book tickets?
A. The day before the film. B. Anytime before the film.
C. An hour before the film. D. No later than half an hour before the film.
55. What can you do in the cinema?
A. Eat some food. B. Have some drinks.
C. Make a phone call. D. Smoke in the area provided.
Throughout history, people had dreamed about joining England and France together. Even Napoleon had a plan to dig a tunnel (隧道) and reach England. One of the first people who tried to dig a tunnel under the Channel (英吉利海峡) was a French engineer called Albert Mathieu. His tunnel failed.
In 1881, Colonel Beamont and Captain English from Britain also tried to dig a tunnel. Their tunnel went six kilometers into the Channel. Queen Victoria stopped them and said it was dangerous to connect with France. It was a very good tunnel, and it is still there today.
The new tunnel (ready in 1993) is, in fact, three tunnels-two for trains and a “service tunnel” for fresh air to go in and for men who take care of the tunnels. The tunnels are fifty kilometers long, forty meters under water. Forty kilometers of tunnel are under the sea itself. They are the longest undersea tunnels in the world. Trains travel through the tunnels at 160 km/h. People drive their cars onto trains and the trains take them through the tunnel. Each train takes 1,500 people and there are trains every ten minutes.
A special radio station called Channel Channel has started, because it is impossible to receive normal radio signals (信号) when you are under the sea. The station sends news to keep people up-to-date with the ‘world outside’ while they are in the tunnel.
56. What was people’s dream about England and France?
A. Napoleon could reach England. B. Napoleon could dig a tunnel for them.
C. Albert Mathieu would succeed. D. England and France could be joined together.
57. Which is TRUE about the tunnel building in 1881?
A. The tunnel went six kilometers from France.
B. Tunnel-building was a dangerous job.
C. The old tunnel is still under the sea.
D. The queen agreed to the digging plan.
58. What’s the traveling like in the tunnel?
A. Trains and cars can travel at 160 km/h.
B. People can travel by trains through two tunnels.
C. It takes ten minutes to go through the tunnel by train.
D. People can drive their cars or take trains through the tunnel.
59. Channel Channel has started to _________.
A. tell people what the date is B. send news about people in the tunnel
C. tell people news about the outside world D. receive radio signals of the outside world
60. The passage mainly tells us _________.
A. the history of the Channel tunnel B. the importance of the Channel tunnel
C. it’s hard work to dig an undersea tunnel D. the people who tried to dig the Channel tunnel
It was getting dark, some children and two Canadian women were still skating near a big hotel. They (61) _____________(have) a good time.
A boy said to his friends, “I (62) _________(not skate) on a real lake so far. It’s wonderful! Look! I (63) __________(fly)!” Suddenly the ice broke. One of the boys fell into the water. The children shouted, “Help! Help!” They didn’t know what they (64) _________(do). The two Canadian friends heard them and skated over to help the boy.
The ice (65) _________(be) thin. The two Canadians fell into the water, too. But they tried their best (66) ___________(save) the little boy. They knew they (67) _________(be) quick, or the boy would be frozen.
Many guests from the hotel (68) __________(run) over to help. The boy and the two Canadian women were out of water at last. One of the women (69) ___________(not feel) well. She (70) _____________(send) to hospital at once. She felt happy because the boy was safe.
A reporter is interviewing an international photojournalist (摄影记者), Sam. His photos have been published in newspapers and magazines all over the world.
R: Can you tell us (71) s____________ about yourself, Sam?
S: Sure. Both my parents are Americans, but I was born in Sydney, Australia. My parents (72) m_______ from America to Australia just before I was born. My parents and I spent a lot of time travelling in Australia (73) d________ our holidays.
R: How did you first become (74) i___________ in taking pictures?
S: I was given a (75) c________ for my 10th birthday, and I took it along with me to the park. When I (76) s________ my photos to my family, they said that I would be a great photographer in the (77) f________.
R: So you went to a photography school?
S: Yes. There I was chosen as one of the best students to (78) t________ part in a national photo competition, and I got the 1st prize.
R: What photo have you been dreaming about taking some day?
S: I’d like to take a photo from the (79) t_________ of Mt. Qomolangma! I am not ready for that right now, but I won’t stop (80) u________ I make it. It’s my dream!
R: So I wish you success! Thank you.
They _____________________after they went into the forest.
The more carefully you do your homework, ___________you will make.
Mariah Carey, __________________________, is giving a concert in our city.
Our teacher got angry with us for _____________________________________.
Excuse me, can you tell me _________________________________________?
暑假就要到了，假设你们学校的外籍老师Miss Green要到海南岛旅游度假，她写信向你(Zhang Ming)了解情况。请你写一封80字左右的回信，内容包括：
Dear Miss Green,
A trip to Hainan is the best choice for your summer holidays.
I hope what I have written will be of some help to you.
二、 21---25. CDCDB 26---30. ACCBB 31---35. ABAAD 36---40. CBADB
三、 41---45. ADCAD 46---50. DCABA 51---55. AADDB 56---60. DCBCA
四、 61. were having 62. haven’t skated 63. can fly 64. should do 65. was
66. to save 67. must be 68. ran 69. didn’t feel 70. was sent
五、71. something 72. moved 73. during 74. interested 75. camera
76. showed 77. future 78. take 79. top 80. until
81. lost their way/got lost
82. the less/fewer mistakes
83. one of the famous singers in the world
84. our coming late
85. where the post office is
单项选择题 (I )
( ) 1.When Fei Jun Long ,Nie Hai sheng came back from space ,many reporters interviewed -_________ and got some first-hand information .
A. them B. them C. their D. themselves
( )2.Kate’s sister learns Chinese by _____.
A. her B. herlef .C .himself D .themself .
( )3.Gou yue did quite ____at the WORLD TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP ,butZhang Yining did even _____
A .better ,well B. well ,well C. well ,better D. better ,better
( )4.---Did you have a good May Day holiday ?
------_______ . I enjoyed myself with my family on the bench .
A. I’m afraid not . B . I’m not sure . C .Of course D . I hope so .
( )5. The sports meeting will continue ______ it rains this afterfnoon .
A. if B . since C. as soon as D .unless
( )6.Charles couldn’t buy the magazines because he had ____money .
A. a few B. few C. a little D. little
( ) 7.T om ,Mary can’t sharpen the pencil . Can you give _____ a hand ?
A. she B. her C .hers D .herself
( )8.Liiu Xiang and Yao Ming are world –famous sports stars ,____ of them have set a good example to us . A . All B .Neither C. Both D. None .
( )9.Do you know__________? He is a driver.
A.who is he ? B.who he is ?C.what is he ?D.what he is?
( )10.---The tea ,please . --There be ______ in the tea . It tastes good.
A.anything sweet B.something sweet .C. sweet something D.everything sweet .
( )11.—Do you know everyone________ came to the party ?---Almost ,but I don’t know the one_______ you talked with near the door .
A.who ,/ B.whose .that C. that ,which D./, whom
( )12.---Would you like coffee or tea ?--- Coffee ,please. By the way ,do you have milk?I like coffee______ milk . A. for B.or C. with D .without.
( )13. The river throught our city ,which is ahout ______ ,is clean again.
A .6,000 metres long . .B .6,000--- metres --long .
C . 6,000--- metres long. D . 6,000 metre long.
( )14.Is ____ umbreall yours over there ? N o,it is n’t
A ./ .B .an C .the . D .a
( ) 15.Can you lend me a hand ?The box is ____ heavy for me ___ carry upstairs .A .too …. t o …B .so. .. that .. C .such … that ..D .so … as to
(CONTINUED.MR .YIN JUN .12. 2007)