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1. What does the man want to do?
A. Invite the woman to watch a movie.
B. Play tennis with Dave. C. Learn how to fly.
2. What happened to the woman recently?
A. She had a vacation. B. Her mother got sick. C. She moved to a village.
3. When does the doctor’s office close?
A. At 4:45. B. At 5:00. C. At 6:00.
4. Why does the man visit the woman?
A. To help cook the meal. B. To say sorry to her. C. To borrow some milk.
5. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. A visit to the museum. B. Clothes in the past. C. Ancient books.
6. What is the woman interested in?
A. Going shopping. B. Watching films. C. Reading books.
7. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Interviewer and interviewee. B. Manager and secretary. C. Father and daughter.
8. What does the man think frightening?
A. A bus was hit by a falling tree. B. A jewellery store was broken into.
C. Two large bears appeared in a yard.
9. What was the weather like yesterday?
A. Windy. B. Foggy. C. Rainy.
10. When will the speakers’ vacation be over?
A. In two days. B. In five days. C. In seven days.
11. How does the woman want to get to the countryside?
A. By car. B. By bus. C. On foot.
12. Why does the man think it’s good to share a room with other people?
A. They can save some money. B. The big hotels are too crowded.
C. They can meet interesting people more easily.
13. What color bag does the boy want the girl to get?
A. Blue. B. Black. C. White.
14. Where is the boy’s sports bag?
A. In the changing room. B. In the classroom. C. On the sports field.
15. What is in the boy’s sports bag?
A. His watch. B. His purse. C. His school uniform.
16. When does the boy need the bag?
A. This afternoon. B. This evening. C. Tomorrow morning.
17. When does the speaker make the speech?
A. In February. B. In March. C. In April.
18. What follows the film?
A. The dolphin show. B. A visit to the shop. C. A talk about animals.
19. How much should you pay if you visit the Sea World with your child?
A. 11 pounds. B. 9 pounds. C. 7 pounds.
20. What is the main purpose of the speech?
A. To invite people to visit Sea World. B. To tell people how to visit Sea World.
C. To provide information about Sea World.
For some minutes, all was quiet in the street. Then from across the street someone came walking.
It looked like a man of middle height, dressed in a big raincoat, a soft hat and rubber-soled boots or shoes, and making little sound while walking. No one was in sight. It was a street with two rows of about fifty small houses and there were three lamps on either side. The lamp nearest to the child’s house could be seen clearly, but the others were almost hidden by the smoky air. A car passed the end of the street and its lights showed faintly，but clearly enough to show the smooth skin of a woman’s face. The car disappeared as the woman, wrapped up in her coat, reached the doorway of the child’s house. She put a key in the lock quickly, pushed the door open and stepped inside, then closed the door without looking round. She began to breathe hard.
She leaned against the door for a moment, then straightened up as if with an effort, and walked towards the door of the front room, the passage leading to the kitchen, and the narrow staircase. She hesitated outside the door, then went up the stairs quickly but with hardly a sound. There was enough light from the narrow hall to show the four doors leading off a small landing(楼梯平台). She pushed each door open in turn and shone a torch inside, and the light fell upon beds, walls, furniture, a bathroom hand-basin, a mirror which flashed brightness back; but this was not what the woman was looking for. She turned away and went downstairs, and hesitated again at the foot of the stairs, then turned towards the kitchen. Clearly there was nothing there, or in the small washroom that she wanted. Two rooms remained; the front room and a smaller one next to it. She opened the front room door. After a moment, she saw the child’s bed and the child.
21. The lights of the car passing the end of the street showed that ______.
A. a woman was driving the car B. someone was standing by a street lamp.
C. a man and a woman were walking up the street.
D. a woman was walking by herself up the street.
22. After the woman closed the front door, she ___________.
A. looked round quickly B. started breathing again
C. rested before moving D. walked straight towards the front door
23. When she was upstairs, the woman _______.
A. saw that there was a wash-basin in each room
B. noticed a mirror which she was looking for
C. found a torch in one of the rooms D. opened four different doors
24. Once she was in the house, the woman behaved as if what she was looking for _______.
A. might be in the kitchen B. was more likely to be upstairs
C. would be easily seen by the light from the hall D. would look frightening to a child
Hi, everybody !
Welcome to our newly-opened Richards Cinema Bookstore!
Now let me introduce to you some of the new film books in our store.
Are you Chinese film fans? OK, here comes the latest 25 New Takes about Chinese films. It is a collection of 25 fresh readings of different Chinese films from the 1930s to the present. In recent years, Chinese films are very popular in the States, such as Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon, Hero, and Flowers of Shanghai.
Do you like French films? Well, here is The French Cinema Book. It covers French films from the 1890s to the beginning of the 21st century. It is written for all lovers of French cinema: students and teachers, specialists and fans, and so on.
Maybe you are Indian film fans and star-chasers. Then here is Encyclopedia ( 百科全书 ) of Indian Cinema. The book is a complete introduction to all the best Indian films. It also offers a full list of names of the famous and successful film stars in the past ten years. You know, the Indian film industry is the largest in the world after our Hollywood.
If you like British films, we have The British Cinema Book. It is a good review of British cinema. This book contains a good many nice pictures.
In our bookstore, you can also find books about Mexican, Japanese, Australian, German and Italian films..
Well, please help yourselves to some coffee or tea, and have a good time here!
25. The speaker of the passage is most probably _______
A. the author of 25 New Takes B. a tourist in the cinema bookstore
C. the manager of the cinema bookstore D. a reader of Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema
26. How many Asian countries does the speaker refer to when he talks about the film books?
A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. D. Nine.
27. Which of the following statements is NOT mentioned in the passage？
A. Indian cinema is second only to Hollywood.
B. The British Cinema Book includes a complete list of names of stars.
C. Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon is well received in the States.
D. The French Cinema Book covers over a century's French films.
28. The purpose of the speaker is_______.
A. to satisfy the customers' various tastes B. to keep the authors in the cinema bookstore
C. to offer the tourists chances to meet the film stars
D. to take the readers into film producers
Pat O’Burke was a poor Irishman with a large family, and one morning, waking up very early from cold and hunger, he decided to go shooting in a wood near his cottage. The wood belonged to Lord Northwood, a rich gentleman, Pat had no right to go there, but in it there were swarms of rabbits and flocks of birds that were good to eat, and Pat determined to take the risk. Suddenly he saw the owner, with a group of friends, coming towards him in the wood. There was a look of anger on Lord Northwood's face as he caught sight of the gun in Pat's hands. Pat's heart sank with fear, but he saw there was no hope of escape, so he walked boldly(大胆) up to the company and said to Lord Northwood, “Good morning, sir, and what has brought you out so early this morning?” Lord Northwood, rather surprised, said he and his Mends were taking a little exercise to get an appetite(食欲) for their breakfast. Then, looking at Pat with suspicion(怀疑), he said, “but why are you out so early in the morning?” “Well, sir” said Pat, “I just came out to see if I could get a breakfast for my appetite.” The whole crowed burst into laughter at Pat's ready wit(机智，风趣), and with a smile Lord Northwood walked on, leaving Pat to try his luck with the rabbits.
29. This is a story about _____.
A. a rich man who owned a big wood
B. a poor Irishman who lived all by himself
C. a clever man who tried to get something to eat
D. an Irish hunter with a large family
30. There was a look of anger on Lord Northwood's face. Why?
A. He was not expecting Pat at this early hour.
B. He knew Pat was coming for shooting.
C. He didn't like the poor Irishman at all. D. Pat had not told him he would come.
31. Why was Lord Northwood surprised?
A. He had not expected such a bold question from Pat.
B. He wondered why Pat didn't run away.
C. Pat wasn't afraid of him. D. Pat had a gun in his hands.
32. What made the whole crowd burst into laughter?
A. Pat's funny looks B. Pat's interesting remarks
C. Pat's quick and humorous response D. Pat's promise to leave fight away
Listening, really listening, can improve communication and build respect with others. Communication begins by listening and then suggesting that you hear what the person is saying.
This can be recognized by focus or eye contact, body language, and reflective listening.
Focus (Eye Contact)—Focus means that you are looking directly at the person speaking and not looking off to one side or continuing to do something else. You are focused on what is being said; the speaker is the center of attention. Listening attentively is essential for positive communication.
Listening Without Interrupting—Does your body acknowledge(承认) that you are listening? Use smiles, nods, and expressions of understanding to communicate to the speaker that you are listening. It is not necessary that you agree or disagree at this time. It is more important for the person speaking to know that his or her words are respected. This strengthens communication.
Reflective Listening—Reflective listening involves hearing the feelings and meanings of the speaker. It is a re-statement (in different words) of what the speaker said. You, in essence, mirror the words of the speaker and rephrase them back to the speaker, checking for accuracy(准确)of understanding. This process affirms the speaker, indicates a respect of the person, and shows that you understand the speaker’s message. Through careful reflection of the speaker’s words, you can make clear the message and build mutual(相互的) understanding. Through reflective listening and the careful exchange of words, we learn that other people have important feelings and opinions which we need to consider. Learning to understand the importance of all ideas, not just our own, can lead to successful resolution of problems and mutual respect.
33. The best way to build respect with others is _____.
A. to look directly at the person speaking
B. to listen to the speaker attentively
C. to interrupt the speaker when necessary
D. to use expressions of understanding
34. What strengthens communication with the person speaking?
A. Making him or her know that his or her words are respected.
B. Expressing agreement or disagreement in time when listening.
C. Repeating his or her words from time to time.
D. Listening instead of saying anything.
35. Reflective Listening is aimed to _____.
A. show you are not absent in mind B. make sure the speaker’s words are correct
C. checking for accuracy of understanding D. express your own ideas without delay
第二节：七选五（共5 小题，每小题2分，满分10分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项，选项中有两项为多余选项。
Getting your children to study can be a little like getting them to eat their vegetables.
One of the best ways to form good study habits for your kids is to design（设计、制定） a schedule that they keep to. Make a study time and have it at the same time every day. ___36___ And it will also give them a sense of control over how they spend their time.
Allow them to study in blocks（一段） of time. ___37___ Ideal study times are usually after dinner or right after school before dinner.
Never allow your children to study in front of the television, as that will encourage passive（被动的） activity. ___38___
You’ll also need to help your kids find the right place to study. ___39___ After you’ve set up a good study time for little learners, set up a good place where they can get those creative juices flowing.
___40___ This includes helping them out with their homework sometimes and being there for them with the answers to any questions. The input（投入） you give your children during study periods will help form a bond（纽带、关系） and make studying enjoyable.
A. For example, they may want to study for half an hour with a five-minute break in the middle.
B. Instead, use TV as a treat or a reward when the homework is completed.
C. Keep the atmosphere light and offer lots of encouragement, too.
D. Finally, spend time with your kids when they’re studying.
E. Try to stop this bad habit by offering some sort of reward.
F. This will help your kids to learn to schedule（制定学习时间表） their day.
G. Pick a place where your children can study properly.
第一节：完形填空 （共20小题；每小题1.5 分，满分30分）
When I was about twelve, I suddenly developed a great passion(热情) for writing poetry(诗). I gave up all my other hobbies, such as 41 stamps and spent all my 42 time reading poetry and writing it. This habit of writing poetry on every possible time soon got me 43 trouble at school. If a lesson did not interest me, I 44 take out my notebook and 45 poems in class. Of course I 46 this very cautiously(小心地), but it was not 47 I got caught. One day while I was 48 writing a poem during a geography lesson, I looked up 49 the teacher standing over me, fuming with anger (= getting very angry) because I was not 50 attention. He tore the poem up, with a 51 not to waste time in his lesson. 52 I felt certain that I had written a good poem, 53 that evening I wrote it out again from 54 . Not long after, I read 55 a poetry contest and I decided to send in my poem. Weeks later, long after I had given up 56 , I got a latter informing me I had won first 57 . Everyone at school was very impressed, 58 the geography teacher, who 59 me more carefully than ever. He 60 that I not write poetry in his class!
B. ought to
A. start writing
B. ought to
B. was writing
C. was doing
A. long ago
B. long before
C. soon after
D. soon before
A. busy at
B. busy over
D. busy with
A. to find
B. finding out
C. to look for
A. At the same
B. All the same
C. At the time
D. The same as
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第二节 语法知识填空 (共10小题；每小题1.5分，满分15分)
61. Police in America have stepped up their search for a 15-year-old boy who went __________ (miss) three days ago in Dover.
62. When asked about the ___________ (possible) that Justin was taken by aliens, Detective Sam told journalists that people sometimes liked to make up such amazing stories.
63. In this peaceful land, people live in perfect harmony _________ nature, far away from the noise and worry of the outside world.
64. Although Mary did not say anything, John assumed that she was linked ________ the incident.
65. She is enthusiastic _________ playing badminton and is now organizing a school tournament.
66. You are supposed _____________ (hand) in your homework tonight.
67. He is making _____________ (prepare) for tomorrow’s exam.
68. All students are ______________ (require) to attend school assembly on Monday mornings.
69. This is the second time that I _________ (lose) my mobile phone.
70. He wastes so much of his valuable time __________ (chat) on the Internet.
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)
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文, 请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误, 每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
增加: 把缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧), 并在其下面写出该加的词。
修改: 在错的词下画一横线, 并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
注意: 1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
2. 只允许修改10处, 多者(从第11处起)不计分。
When I was at middle school, I have a nice classmate, which was the first foreigner I had ever met. She was friendly and very pretty. She was good in three languages, so she was born in China. It was interesting that her father was a Frenchman while her mother came from England. All of them were teaching at a university at that time. She was crazy about collect stamps, listening to pop music, as well as playing the football. Her dream was to be a engineer, so she usually studied harder to achieve it. She often told funny stories in English to make us laughing. We all liked her.
Thank you for your last letter asking about our library.
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Thank you for your last letter asking about our library. Our library is the center of the school. There is a beautiful garden in front of it and our classroom building is right behind it. The library is big. When you get inside, you will see many shelves full of books on different subjects. There are also lots of newspapers and magazines. We borrow books and do some reading in the library. According to the rule, every student can borrow up to 5 books each time and keep them for 10 days. It is open from 9 am to 7 pm from Monday to Friday and closed on weekends. We all like our library very much.