1. Where is Alice now?
A. At home B.At the s upermarket C.At school
2. Who has got longer hair?
A.Sam B.Tom C.Tina
3. How is the weather today?
A.Windy B.Rai ny C.Sunny
4. What would the woman like to eat?[来源:学科网]
A.The beef noodle B.the vegetable noodles C.The tomato noodles
5. When did the woman become an art teacher?
A.In2004 B. In2006 C. In2008
6.How many hours does the woman probably spend on the Internet a week?
A.About 2 or 3hours B. About 3 or 4 hours C. About 3 or 5 hours
7.What does the woman like to do ?
A.To surf the Internet B.To read e-mail C.To write letters in ink
8. What do we know about the woman?
A.She’s too busy to send any e-mail B.She gets some information on the Internet.
C. She is looking through books in the library
9. What does the woman want to buy ?
A.A brown skirt B. A V-neck T-shirt C. A T-shirt with pockets.
10.What size does the woman wear?
A.32 B.33 C.34
11.What does the woman think of the yellow T-shirt?
A.The color doesn’t match B.The size is too large. C.The price is reasonable.
12.Where can the listerners find grammar books?
A.At A B. At B C. At C
13.Which of the following is allowed to do in the library?
A.Drink water. B.Use the CDs C.Borrow dictionaries
14.What does the sperker suggest to the listeners at the end?
AThey can turn to hi m for help.
B.They can study English at home.
C. They can take the magazines out.
15.Who is the speaker talking to ?
A. Teaches B. Parents C. Students
13.( )The phonetic transcription for the word “breakfast” is ________.
A. /'brekfɑ:st/ B. /'breikfəst/ C. /'brekfəst/ D. /'breikfɑ:st/
14.( )I think it’s really _________ hard work for me to finish the job in twenty minutes.
A. a B. an C. the D. 不填
15.( )Hangzhou is _________ to hundreds of foreign friends who are working and studying here.
A. home B. house C. family D. room
16.( )It’s much _________ to have a small lovely room than a big cold one.
A. good B. well C. better D. best
17.( )I think he’s been drinking, _________ I’m not completely sure.
A. if B. though C. until D. as
18.( )This morning I _________ some new restaurants on the Internet for I wanted to take Mia to a nice restaurant for her birthday.
A. picked up B. looked up C. cleaned up D. gave up
19.( )Sally took a photo of her friends while they _________ computer games.
A. play B. are playing C. have played D. were playing
20.( )--Pauline has lost her phone. –No. It’s in her bag. I _________ hear it.
A. must B. can C. may D. shall
21.( )She’s not strong enough _________ walking up mountains.
A. to go B. going C . go D. went
22.( )Being blind is something _________ most people can’t imagine.
A. who B. what C. that D. whom
23.( )There has never been such a beautiful village _________ in the world.
A. anywhere B. everywhere C. somewhere D. nowhere
24.( )I don’t understand _________ that everything’s fine when it’s not.
A. how can he say B. can he say how
C. he can say how D. how he can say
25.( )I think I should be allowed to make decisions _________ myself.
A. with B. to C. for D. against
26.( )They are able to talk openly to one another whenever _________ of them feels hurt.
A. either B. both C. some D. all
27.( )--I’ve run out of money to buy a new bike. –Oh, _________. You have to walk.
A. that’s right B. that’s too bad C. go ahead D. excuse me
Last night I was driving from Harrisburg to Lewisburg, a distance of about 80 miles. It was late, I was late, and I was driving 31_________.
At one point along an open highway, I came to a crossroads with a traffic light. I was 32_________ on the road by now, but as I came near the light, it turned 33_________, and I braked to a stop. I looked left, right, and behind me. Nothing. Not a car, no suggestion of headlights, 34_________ there I sat, waiting for the light to 35_________, the only human being, for at least a mile in any 36_________.
I started wondering why I 37_________ to run the light. I was not afraid of being caught, because there was 38_________ no policeman anywhere around and there certainly would have been no 39_________ in going through it.
Much later that 40_________, after I’d met with a group in Lewisburg and had climbed into bed near midnight, the question of why I’d stopped for that light 41_________ me. I think I stopped 42_________ it’s part of a contract(契约) we all have with each other. It’ s not only the law, but it’s an agreement we have, and we trust each other to follow 43_________: we don’t go through red lights.
We do 44_________ we say we’ll do. We show up when we say we’ll show up.
I was so 45_________ of myself for stopping for that red light. And as no one would ever have known what a good person I was on the road from Harrisburg to Lewisburg, I had to tell s someone.
28.( )A. fast B. slowly C. carefully D. hard
29.( )A. late B. alone C. worried D. afraid
30.( )A. green B. yellow C. red D. dark
31.( )A. and B. or C. so D. but
32.( )A. return B. change C. start D. continue
33.( )A. attention B. background C. direction D. information
34.( )A. refused B. decided C. prepared D. forgot
35.( )A. hardly B. luckily C. usually D. clearly
36.( )A. danger B. excuse C. space D. energy
37.( )A. moment B. night C. afternoon D. morning
38.( )A. depended on B. looked forward to C. stayed away from D. came back to
39.( )A. though B. unless C. because D. until
40.( )A. me B. it C. him D. us
41.( )A. what B. how C. why D. that
42.( )A. tired B. ready C. proud D. sorry
SUMMER SKIN CARE
—RIGHT OR WRONG?
In summer everybody needs to be careful with the sun. Do you know how to spend time in the sun without burning or damaging your skin? Read the ten rules below. Some of them are RIGHT and the others are WRONG.
Always wear a baseball cap. It protects you from the sun and looks cool, too.
WRONG You need to wear a hat ,but choose your hat carefully. Baseball caps protect your eyes, but they don’t protect your ears or your neck. Use a proper sun hat.
Use sun cream. You need to put it on at least twenty minutes before you go out.
RIGHT Sun cream starts to work twenty minutes after you put it on.
Put sun cream around your eyes and on your eyelids to protect them from the sun.
WRONG Sun cream hurts the eyes. Wear sunglasses instead.
You only need a little sun cream. Too much sun cream is bad for your skin.
WRONG You need to use a lot of sun cream .The sun dries out your skin. Sun cream moisturizes(滋润) and protects it.
You need to use sun cream even on a cloudy day in summer
RIGHT The sun can damage your skin even on a cloudy day
On a hot sunny day, wear light -colored clothes -white or yellow are best.
WRONG Light -colored clothes don’t protect you from the sun .The best solution is to wear dark-colored clothes.
You need to spend time in the sun for healthy skin.
RIGHT You need to spend time in the sun to get enough vitamin D for healthy skin and bones(骨头),but don’t forget to use sun cream. Without sun cream you have a bigger risk of skin cancer.
You need to spend a lot of money to get a good sun cream.
WRONG There are many different kinds of sun cream. Find the one that is best for you .Expensive ones are not always better than cheap ones. Use a sun cream labeled(标明)SPF30+ and it should give you the same protection as one that is more expensive.
In summer, people with dark skin can also get burnt.
RIGHT People with fair skin and blonde or red hair need to be extra careful and use a high factor sun cream .People with fair skin, but they do need to protect their skin from the sun, too.
Put more sun cream on every two hours.
RIGHT You need to put sun cream on often, especially when you’re swimming.
43.( )What are the right clothes to protect your skin from the sun ?
(1)A baseball hat and light-colored clothes.
(2)A baseball hat and dark-colored clothes.
(3)A sun hat and light-colored clothes.
(4)A sun hat and dark-colored clothes.
44.( )Where shouldn’t you put sun cream on your body?
A. On your ears and neck. B. Around your eyes and eyelids.
C. On dry skin. D. On darker skin.
45.( )What is the right way to use sun cream ?
A. Use a little and often B. Use a lot, two or three times a day.
C. Use a lot every two hours. D. Use a little every two hours.
46.( )Why is it important to spend time in the sun?
A. You can drink more water.
B. It improves dry skin.
C. It’s a chance to wear cool sunglasses.
D. It helps keep your skin and bones healthy.
47.( )According to the text which of the following is true about sun cream?
A. Sun cream is usually very expensive.
B. Black people don’t need sun cream.
C. Sun cream reduces the risk of skin cancer.
D. Sun cream starts to work immediately.
In the 1920s and 30s the airlines were just beginning. It was unusual for people to travel by air because it was expensive and dangerous. In those days, there were no flight attendants to look after the passengers. Young men ,or “stewards” helped the passengers onto the airplane and carried the passengers’ luggage(行李)but they did not provide food and drinks. But then in 1930,a woman called Ellen Church invented the “stewardess”.
Ellen Church was born in 1904 on a farm in Iowa. She was a different child. She didn’t want to work on a farm or marry a farmer —she wanted a more adventurous(冒险的)life. Ellen studie d to be a nurse at the University of Minnesota and then got a job in a hospital. For the next few years she stayed at the hospital but also took flying lessons and got her pilot’s license.
Ellen was twenty-five years old when she first got in touch with Boeing Air Transport. She loved flying but she understood that airlines were a man’s world. Although women like Emelia Earheart were becoming famous, she realized it was impossible for a woman to have a career as a pilot .But she had another idea. Most people were frightened of flying because. flying was still an unr eliable(不可靠的) way to travel. There were often delays(延误),many crashes and the bad weathers made many passengers sick. Ellen thought nurses could take care of passengers during flights and B.A.T. agreed.
The young woman from Iowa and seven other nurses became the first air stewardesses.
At first pilots were unhappy because they did not want stewardesses on airplanes, but passengers loved the stewardesses. In 1940 there were around 1000 of them working for different airlines. The early “stewardesses” had to be under twenty-five-year-old, single and slim. When a woman joined an airline, she had to promise not to get married or have children. It was hard job and not well paid. They worked long hours and earned $1 an hour.
In the 1970s, stewardesses were unhappy in their job and airlines had to make some changes. Since the 1970s, “stewardesses” have been called flight attendants. They are well paid and work fewer hours than in the past.
48.( )The last sentence of the first paragraph suggests that _________.
A. the word “stewardess” was ma de up by Ellen Church
B. Ellen Church was the first woman who flew a plane
C. Ellen Church was the first woman who worked on a plane
D. Ellen Church was the first woman passenger on a plane
49.( )From the second paragraph, we learn that ________.
A. Ellen did not behave in the same way as most as other girls
B. Ellen’s family was not rich enough to support her education
C. Ellen was fond of working as a nurse in the hospital
D. Ellen has an unhappy childhood that changed her completely
50.( )The main reason for Boeing Air Transport offering Ellen the job was ________.
A. her flying experience B. her univer sity education
C. her nursing experience D. her life attitudes
51.( )According to the passage, in the 1940s a woman had to ________ if she wanted to be a stewardess.
A. be a nurse B. be married C. be a mother D. be young
52.( )The passage mainly talks about _______.
A. the background of early flying pilots B. the experience of flying passengers
C. the history of early flight attendants D. the development of airplanes
Royal Mail Special Delivery
At the Post Office you can send letters and parcels(包裹) in different ways. First-class post takes one to two working days. Second-class post takes two or three working days. And Special Delivery is for important things.
When you send something by Special Delivery, 56_______ first you write the person’s address on the front of the parcel and you address on the back. 57_______ Then you take it to the Post Office. Tell the assistant that you want to use Special Delivery. 58_______ Next show her the address, 59________ and then put the parcel on the scales(称) so she can weigh it. 60________ Then give the parcel to the assistant, and say how much it is worth. She will check you have put your address on the parcel. Then she will give you a receipt for your parcel. Special Delivery gets there before lunch the next working day.
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To: Christin firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 23rd March
Subject: The Riding for the Disabled Association
Sorry I haven’t emailed lately —I’ve been very busy since becoming a volunteer for the Riding for the Disabled Associat ion.
Every Saturday, I help to get the horses 61___________ for the disabled(残疾) riders. Many more disabled people want to ride 62___________ than you’d imagine. It’s a disadvantage that I don’t know how to ride —I’d love to got on long rides with the riders— but I’ll learn soon 63___________. Right now, I’m just happy to be able to lead the horses around for the disabled riders.
I’m 64___________ helping to organize a sale, which will be 65___________ next month. It’s a lot more work than helping the disabled. I need to collect second-hand things to sell at the sale. There are 66___________ things available(获得的) than I thought, but I’m sure we’ll have enough 67___________ next month.
I hope the sale raises more money than last month’s walk. It was rainy, so too few people took part in the event. Last week, we held an auction(拍卖). The auction took much less 68___________ to organize than the walk. 69___________, for some reason, people offered too little money for the things, so we didn’t raise enough money.
I’m 70___________ you some pictures in the letter, as well as a speech I gave last week. Robin
(2)We are having fish for d___________ tonight.
(3)He was born in Shanghai, but he considers Hangzhou his home t___________ since he has lived here most of his life.
(4)There are t___________ days in April as well as in June and in September.
(5)The dentist says we should b___________ our teeth at least twice a day.
(6)Without any help, his father managed to repair the car all by h___________.
(7)If the sun s___________ brightly, the weather is usually warm.
(8)No. 2 Middle School is a p___________ school, not a private(私立的) one.
(9)The thief s___________ food from the supermarket and was caught by the policemen.
(10)I came to the city two years ago. I’ve worked here for n___________ two years.
(11)According to a r___________ in the newspaper, the basketball star was seriou sly injured.
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