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1. What part of the man’s body got injured?
A. His knee. B. His foot. C. His leg.
2. Where is Larry now?
A. In his office. B. At home. C. In a classroom.
3. What does the man like doing?
A. Talking. B. Walking. C. Dancing.
4. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. Which movie to see. B. Where to go. C. Where to park.
5. What do we know about the man?
A. He can’t find Bob’s apartment. B. He is late for the woman’s birthday party.
C. He thought today was the woman’s birthday.
6. How many nights will the woman stay?
A. One. B. Two. C. Three.
7. What kind of room does the woman want?
A. One with two beds and one with one bed. B. One with two beds and one with no bed.
C. One with one bed and one with no bed.
8. Where are the speakers?
A. At a market. B. At a restaurant. C. At the woman’s company.
9. Why is the woman happy?
A. She has found a good job. B. She has just got a pay rise.
C. The man invites her to drink.
10. How will the speakers celebrate James’ birthday?
A. They’ll buy him a book. B. They’ll hold a party at Kelly’s.
C. They’ll go to see a film with him.
11. What will the boy do first after school?
A. Go to the bookstore. B. Review his lessons. C. Go to Kelly’s.
12. When will the speakers meet?
A. At 4:00. B. At 4:15. C. At 4:50.
13. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. At a company. B. At the woman’s house. C. In a dormitory.
14. What is the man?
A. A student. B. A doorkeeper. C. A teacher.
15. What does the woman ask the manto do?
A. Keep the living room clean. B. Turn off the TV.
C. Make phone calls at night.
16. What should the man do if he wants to have a long talk on the phone?
A. Go to the end of the road. B. Make the phone at midnight.
C. Ask the woman for permission.
17. What is the big hall mainly used for?
A. Parents’ meetings. B. Music lessons. C. Sports activities.
18. When can children use the library on their own?
A. At any time of the day. B. Between lessons. C. After school.
19. Where is the speaker’s office?
A. Beside the reception desk. B. Opposite the library. C. Behind the water machine.
20. How often do children use the computer room?
A. At least twice a day. B. At least once a day. C. At least once a week.
The Internet has become part of teenage life.
A new report on 3,375 students aged from 10 to 18 in seven Chinese cities found that 38 percent of them believe they use the Internet often.
While most of them get useful information and use the Internet to help in their studies, some are not using it in a good way.
In order to help young people use the Internet in a good way, a textbook on good Internet behavior has started to be used in some Shanghai middle schools this term. The book uses real examples to teach students all about good ways of using the Internet. The book gives useful advice such as it’s good to read news or find helpful information to study.
Some students also make online friends. But if you are meeting a friend offline, make sure your parents know. Teachers and parents all think the book is of great help. A teacher said the book would be a guide for teens using the Internet. She believes it will keep students away from bad sites. “Many students are using the Internet without guidance from their parents,” she said. “The book will teach students how to be a good person in the online world.”
21. The textbook on good Internet behavior used in Shanghai middle schools mainly tells us ____.
A. how to use the Internet correctly B. how to study using the Internet
C. why we should use the Internet D. how to get help from others
22. According to the passage, teenagers are NOT encouraged to ______.
A. read online news
B. use the Internet to help them study
C. find useful information online
D. meet a friend off line without letting their parents know
23. From this passage we know that _______.
A. less and less helpful information can be found online
B. schools and teachers pay no attention to students’ use of the Internet
C. the teachers and parents all think highly of the book on good Internet behavior
D. more and more students have given up visiting Web sites
When I was six, Dad brought home a dog one day, who was called “Brownie”. My brothers and I all loved Brownie and did different things with her. One of us would walk her, another would feed her, then there were baths, playing catch and many other games. Brownie, in return, loved each and every one of us. One thing that most touched my heart was that she would go to whoever was sick and just be with them. We always felt better when she was around.
One day, as I was getting her food, she chewed up (咬破) one of Dad’s shoes, which had to be thrown away in the end. I knew Dad would be mad and I had to let her know what she did was wrong. When I looked at her and said, “Bad girl,” she looked down at the ground and then went and hid. I saw a tear in her eyes.
Brownie turned out to be more than just our family pet. She went everywhere with us. People would stop and ask if they could pet her. Of course she’d let anyone pet her. She was just the most lovable dog. There were many times when we’d be out walking and a small child would come over and pull on her hair. She never barked (吠) or tried to get away. Funny thing is she would smile. This frightened people because they thought she was showing her teeth. Far from the truth, she loved everyone.
Now many years have passed since Brownie died of old age. I still miss the days when she was with us.
24. Brownie would _________ when someone was ill in the family.
A. look at them sadly B. keep them company
C. play games with them D. smile at them gently
25. We can infer from Paragraph 2 that Brownie __________.
A. would eat anything when hungry B. felt sorry for her mistake
C. loved playing with shoes D. disliked the author’s dad
26. Why does the author say that Brownie was more than just a pet of THEIR family?
A. She was treated as a member of the family. B. She smiled at anyone she disliked.
C. She was loved by everybody she met. D. She was raised and grew up in the family.
27. Which of the following best describes Brownie?[:]
A. Cruel. B. Stubborn. C. Handsome. D. Caring.
There are lots of attractions in St. Petersburg. If you’re short of time to visit all of them, or if you just want to make sure to hit the highlights（最精彩的部分）, the following are the top must–see sights in St. Petersburg.
1. The Hermitage Museum
The Hermitage Museum is one of the most important sights to see for any visitor to St. Petersburg. There you can see lots of different paintings painted by the old masters. Prepare to come face to face with many of the western classical artists.
2. Kizhi Island
Kizhi Island is an open-air museum of wooden buildings from the Karelia region of Russia. These impressive structures are made without any nails（钉子）. Can you imagine how the wood fits together? Come and see for yourself!
Peterhof is as beautiful as it is fun. You’ll be charged for admission（门票）, but if you go to Peterhof when the fountains（喷泉）are working－during the day in summer－the admission will be worth it.
4. Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood
Love it or hate it, Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood in St. Petersburg is a real must-see sight. This beautiful building will truly surprise you, and the paintings inside the church will make you say “Wow!”
5. The Bronze Horseman Statue
The so-called Bronze Horseman is a part of Russian culture and is a symbol of St. Petersburg. Made famous by Alexander Pushkin, this statue of Peter the Great sitting on his horse truly shows Peter the Great’s influence on the Russian idea of greatness.
28. If you are interested in paintings, you’d better go to ______________.
A. The Hermitage Museum and Kizhi Island
B. The Bronze Horseman Statue and Kizhi Island
C. Kizhi Island and Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood
D. The Hermitage Museum and Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood
29. What can we learn about Kizhi Island?
A. Kizhi Island is an indoor museum of wooden buildings.
B. Visitors are not allowed to find nails in the structures there.
C. The wooden buildings there are connected without any nails.
D. No one knows how to fit the wooden structures together.
30. We can learn from the text that ______________.
A. visitors can visit Peterhof free of charge
B. The Hermitage Museum has lots of modern western arts
C. the fountains in Peterhof can be seen by visitors all year round
D. The Bronze Horseman Statue is a symbol of St. Petersburg
31. The author wrote the text to ______________.
A. attract tourists to visit St. Petersburg B. show the wonderful history of Russia
C. persuade artists to go to St. Petersburg D. introduce the famous buildings of Russia
It is natural that young people are often uncomfortable when they are with their parents. They say that their parents don’t understand them. They often think that their parents are out of touch with modern ways, that they are too serious and too strict with their children, and that they seldom give their children a free hand.
It is true that parents often find it difficult to win their children’s trust and they tend(倾向) to forget how they themselves felt when young.
For example, young people like to act on the spot without much thinking. It is one of their ways to show that they have grown up and they can face any difficult situation. Old people worry more easily. Most of them plan things in advance, at least in the back of their minds, and do not like their plans to be upset by something unexpected.
When you want your parents to let you do something, you will have better success if you ask before you really start doing it.
Young people often make their parents angry with their choices in clothes, in entertainment and in music. But they do not mean to cause any trouble; it is just that they feel cut off from the older people’s world, into which they have not yet been accepted. That’s why young people want to make a new culture of their own, and if their parents don’t like their music or entertainment or clothes or their way of speech, this will make the young people extremely happy.
Sometimes you are so proud of yourself that you do not want your parents to say “yes” to what you do. All you want is to be left alone and do what you like. It is natural enough, after being a child for so many years, when you were completely under your parents’ control.
If you prefer to control your life, you’d better win your parents over and try to get them to understand you. If your parents see that you have a high sense of responsibility, they will certainly give you the right to do what you want to do.
32. According to the text, young people prefer to ______.
A. ask for advice before they really start to do anything
B. think in the same way as their parents do
C. be very strict with themselves
D. do things without thinking carefully ahead
33. Why do young people like to have clothes, entertainment and music in their way?
A. Because they want to try on something new and look different from the older.
B. Because they try to get their parents to be proud of them.
C. Because they want to give their parents a big surprise.
D. Because they want to test whether they are cleverer than old people.
34. According to the text, young people want to make a new culture of their own, because_____.
A. they feel they are cleverer than old people
B. they do not want to get into trouble with their parents
C. they don’t feel they belong to the world of the old people
D. they want to show the new is better than the old
35. If a young man intends to control his own life, it’s better for him to _______.
A. do everything according to his own wish B. hold himself responsible for everything he does
C. do everything beyond his parents’ control D. do everything the way his parents do
Why is pink or purple a color for girls and blue or brown for boys?
36 To the Egyptians, green was a color that represented the hope and joy of spring, while for Muslims, it means heaven. Red is a symbol of good luck in many cultures. 37 For many nations, blue is a symbol of protection and religious beliefs. Greek people often wear a blue necklace hoping to protect themselves against evils (灾祸).
People’s choice of colors is also influenced by their bodies’ reactions (反应) toward them. 38 It has the ability to reduce pain and relax people both mentally and physically. People who work in green environment have been found to have fewer stomachaches.
Red can cause a person’s blood pressure to rise and increase people’s appetites(食欲).
39 Similarly, many commercial websites will have a red “Buy Now” button because red is a color that easily catches a person’s eye.
40 Unlike red, blue can cause people to lose appetite. So if you want to eat less, some suggest that eating from blue plates can help.
The next time you are deciding on what to wear or what color to decorate your room, think about the color carefully.
A. Green is said to be the most restful color.
B. Different colors have different effects on people.
C. In China, children are given money in a red envelope to bring good fortune in the New Year.
D. Blue is another calming color.
E. The answer depends largely on cultural values as well as personal experiences.
F. Many decorators will include different shades of red in the restaurant.
G. That’s why so many people in the world wearing red clothes.
There was a time when an ice cream sundae (圣代冰淇淋) cost much less, a 10-year-old boy entered a hotel coffee shop and sat at a table. A waitress 41 a glass of water in front of him. “How much is an ice cream sundae?” “Fifty cents,” replied the waitress. The little boy 42 his hand out of his pocket and studied a number of 43 in it. “How much is a dish of plain ice cream?” he asked. More people were now waiting for a(n) 44 and the waitress was growing a bit 45 . “Thirty-five cents,” she said. The little boy 46 counted the coins. “I’ll have the plain ice cream,” he said. The waitress brought the ice cream, put the 47 on the table and walked away.
The boy finished the ice cream, paid the cashier and left. When the 48 came back to that table, she began to cry as she wiped(擦) it with the wash cloth. There, placed neatly beside the 49 dish were fifteen cents.
You see, the little boy couldn’t have the sundae because he wanted to have enough coins to leave her a 50 . The waitress 51 having treated the little boy like that. And from that, she learned that she should treat all her customers 52 well.
In a nursing school, a professor gave us a pop test. The 53 question was, “What is the first name of the woman who 54 the school?” The students thought that this was some kind of 55 . They had seen the cleaning person several 56 . Before class ended, one student asked if the last question would 57 toward their test grade. “ 58 ,” said the professor. “In your careers you will 59 many people. All are important. They are supposed to get your 60 and care, even if all you do is smile and say ‘hello’.”
41. A. bought B. put C. rewarded D. sold
42. A. trapped B. pushed C. pulled D. sent
43. A. stones B. jewels C. cards D. coins
44. A. entrance B. table C. leave D. bargain
45. A. nervous B. foolish C. informal D. impatient
46. A. again B. hardly C. hopelessly D. apart
47. A. fee B. bill C. menu D. ticket
48. A. boy B. customer C. boss D. waitress
49. A. full B. empty C. beautiful D. terrible
50. A. tip B. suggestion C. letter D. praise
51. A. suggested B. meant C. regretted D. avoided
52. A. badly B. willingly C. selfishly D. equally
53. A. last B. first C. difficult D. easy
54. A. charges B. decorates C. cleans D. owns
55. A. wonder B. motto C. goal D. joke
56. A. minutes B. times C. days D. hours
57. A. count B. accept C. fail D. design
58. A. Regularly B. Unlikely C. Absolutely D. Truly
59. A. recognize B. meet C. replace D. select
60. A. attitude B. appearance C. application D. attention
If you are a man living in China and smoke, you may want to stop. That 61 （be）because one in three of all the young men in China will die from smoking cigarettes 62 other tobacco（烟草）products.
Researchers reported their findings in The Lancet medical journal.
The report says, “About two-thirds of young Chinese men become cigarette 63 (smoke), and most start before they are 20 years old. Unless they 64 （stop）, about half of them will be killed by 65 (they) habit in the end.”
The researchers conducted two large, countrywide studies on the health effects of smoking. The first study took place in 66 1990s and involved about 250,000 men. The 67 (two) study was carried out only recently and is continuing. This study involves about 500,000 adults, both men and women.
Researchers say that in China, the number of deaths each year resulting from tobacco use
68 (rise) from about one-million in 2010 to two-million in 2030. They warn that the number will rise to three-million by 2050.
Researchers say 69 is no good way to make these numbers go down, which means there is no easy answer to make the problem 70 (go) away.
第四部分 写作（共两节 满分35分）
第一节 短文改错 （共10小题；每小题1分，满分10分）
I am sorry to hear that you didn’t do good in maths and have lost interesting in schoolwork. In my opinion, maths is difficult for mostly students, so there is no need to feeling too bad. At this moment, you should cheer up but find ways to reduce your anxiety. Why not going on an outing with your friends or find time to listen to your favorite music? If you can talk to the teachers with whom you respect most, they may give you some practical advice that help you to improve your maths. Probably it’s time of you to find a new learning method which is much better and suitable for you.
Anyway, I hope you can rebuild your self-confidence soon!
4. 参考词汇：黄石市历史博物馆 Huangshi Municipal Museum of History
My name is Li Hua from Class 5, Senior 1. _______________________________________
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I am sorry to hear that you didn’t do good in maths and have lost interesting in schoolwork.
In my opinion, maths is difficult for mostly students, so there is no need to feeling too bad. At
this moment, you should cheer up but find ways to reduce your anxiety. Why not going on an
outing with your friends or find time to listen to your favorite music? If you can talk to the
t eachers with whom you respect most, they may give you some practical advice that help you to
improve your maths. Probably it’s time of you to find a new learning method which is much
better and ∧ suitable for you.
Anyway, I hope you can rebuild your self-confidence soon!
One possible version:
My name is Li Hua from Class 5, Grade 1. In order to broaden our vision and extend our mind as well as to enrich our school life, the students in our class are planning to pay a visit to Huangshi Municipal Museum of History this Sunday. All of us agreed to the schedule that we gather at 8 o’clock in the morning at the school gate and go there by Bus No. 5. I wonder if you could come and go with us on the visit to the museum, where we will learn a lot of historical knowledge about the development of Huangshi City. I’m sure we’ll have a wonderful time there and we are looking forward to your early reply!
W: What’s wrong with your foot?
M: It’s not that. It’s my knee——I hurt it playing badminton the other day.
W: Hello, Tom. This is Anne in the office. Is Larry at home?
M: No, he’s in class now. He’ll be home for lunch.
W: OK. I’ll call him later.
W: Hi, Sam. Do you want to dance?
M: No, thank you. I’m not a good dancer at all. I prefer to just talk.
W: Walk? You want to go for a walk?
M: Talk. Conversation.
M: Let’s go to Riato to see a movie.
W: Oh, no. that’s too far away. What about Grand Theater?
M: But it’s hard to find a place to park there.
M: Happy birthday!
W: Why … thank you. But what are you doing here?
M: What do you mean? I’m here for your birthday. But where’s Bob and everyone else?
W: Tonight’s not my birthday party. My birthday’s on the sixteenth. That’s tomorrow.
W: I’d like to make a reservation for three, please. We’d like two rooms for one night.[:]
M: That’s one room with one bed and one room with two beds for one night, correct?
W: No, that’s one room with one bed and one room with no beds.
M: One room with no beds? What do you mean?
W: The room with no beds is for my two cats. They bring their own beds.
M: Hi Mary, how are you doing? Sorry, I’m late.
W: Ah, that’s OK.
M: Have you been here long?
W: I just got here. I haven’t ordered yet. Are you hungry?
M: Yeah, a little. I’d love a drink first though.
W: Me too. Waiter? Two martinis and could you bring another menu?
M: So, what’s new? How’s work?
W: Oh, pretty good. Guess what?
M: What? Go on. Tell me.
W: I got a raise.
M: Hey, that’s great news. When?
W: Just heard on Monday.
W: Thanks. I’m really pleased. How about you? How’s work?
M: A bit slow. I can’t complain, though.
W: It’s James’ birthday today. We’re going to see Wheat after school. Want to come?
M: After school? I’ve got to study for the chemistry test tomorrow.
W: Don’t worry. The test will be easy.
M: Er ... I don’t know. What time is the film?
W: Four fifteen.
M: I think I’ll stay back in school and do some review first. Then I’ll join you.
W: OK. We’ll get the tickets first. You meet us at Kelly’s Corner at four o’clock. We’ll have some ice cream there before the film starts.
M: Let’s go to the bookstore in St. George after the film. There’s a sale and I’d like to get a book.
W: OK. See you later at Kelly’s.
W: Mr Isaiah?
M: Yes. Er... Mrs Weiss?
W: Come in then. You’ll be up at the university?
M: Er ... yes. I’m going to be teaching a course in ...
W: Well, come on then. Right. Here’s the living room, next to the kitchen as you can see. There’s the TV. Oh, please keep the volume down, and turn it off if no one’s watching. And if you could try to keep this room neat... it’s for everyone so...
M: Yes, of course. And, I see there’s a phone there. Is it OK to call home?
W: Yes, but you’ll have to call collect and keep calls short, a couple of minutes or so. Or use the pay phone at the end of the road. Unless there’s an emergency or something, then ...
M: OK. Right, I see. And is it OK to use the phone anytime? Ah, there’s a time difference, so if I have to call late at night or something...
W: That’s fine, but late at night you should talk quietly.
M: Yes, of course.
W: Hello, and welcome to the school. I thought it would be best if I show you round the school and then I can speak to you each. OK, now, we’re here at the reception desk, which is where you come if you have any questions or want to see anyone. lf you look just past the hallway you can see the big hall. We use this as a gym and we have concerts here at the end of term. We can fit all our parents and children in there. Then over by the glass doors is the library. We use this in lessons and the children can go there between lessons as well. We try to buy new books every term but it depends how much money we have. Then, next to the reception desk here, is my office and you can make an appointment to see me at any time. I’m often here after school if you’re working, so just call my assistant to fix the time. And finally, over there in the corner by the water machine is the computer room. We try to use this at least once a day with the children. Now, if you follow me ...