第 Ⅰ 卷
1. What will the woman do tonight?
A. Work. B. Stay home. C. Go to a pub.
2. What does the man think the weather will be like?
A. Cloudy. B. Sunny. C．Rainy
3. How many people are there in the man's basketball team?
A. 9. B.10. C.15.
4. Where is the man's sister going next summer?
A. To Africa B. To South America. C. To Australia.
5. Where are the speakers?
A. In a zoo. B. At their house. C. In an office
6. Which language can the woman write?
A. Japanese. B. French C. Spanish
7. What is the man probably?
A . A student B . A teacher. C. A manager.
8. What does the woman say about the boy from Haiti?
A. He got a reward at school
B. He didn't pass his English exam
C . He has difficulty communicating with other students
9. What does the woman think of helping the boy?
A. Hard. B. Exciting C. Time-wasting
10. Why can the woman keep slim?
A. She seldom eats chocolate.
B . She goes on a diet.
C. She does much exercise.
11. How often does the basketball club meet ?
A. Once a week B. Once two weeks. C. Once a month.
12. What are the speakers going to do next?
A. Look for running machines.
B. Buy an exercise bike.
C. Go to a gym.
13. Where does Sally want to go ?
A. To the zoo. B. To the London Eye. C. To the Covent Gardens.
14. What is Billy interested in ?
A. Boats B. Operas. C. Animals.
15. What does the man suggest the woman do in London ?
A. Go shopping B. Enjoy an opera. C. Visit her parents.
16. What is the relationship between the speakers ?
A . Brother and sister B. Husband and wife. C. Father and daughter.
17. How did Phoebe arrive in LA?
A. By bus B. By air C. By train.
18. What was Phoebe doing when she phoned Susan from the flat?
A. Having a meal. B. Preparing a meal. C. Listening to music.
19. How did Susan feel when she heard Phoebe's answer ?
A. Surprised. B. Angry. C. Happy.
20. What do we know about Phoebe ?
A. She went into a wrong house. B. She has found Susan's key
C. She broke the window.
A man named Smith was sitting on his roof during a flood, and the water was up to his feet. Before long a fellow in a canoe passed and shouted, "Can I give you a lift to higher ground?"
"No, thanks," said Smith. "I have faith in God and he will save me."
Soon the water rose to Smith's waist. At this point a motor boat pulled up and someone called out, "Can I give you a lift to higher ground?"
"No, thanks, I have faith in God and he will save me."
Later a helicopter flew by, and Smith was now standing on the roof with water up to his neck. "Grab the rope, "shouted the pilot（飞行员）. "I'll pull you up."
"No, thanks," said Smith. "I have faith in God and he will save me. "But after hours of struggling with water, poor exhausted（筋疲力尽） Smith drowned and went to his reward. As he arrived at the Pearly Gates, Smith met God and complained about this. "Tell me, God, "he said, "I had such faith in you to save me and you let me drown. What happened?"
To which God replied, "What do you want from me? I sent you two boats and a helicopter."
21．When the pilot asked Smith to grab the rope, ______.
A. Smith pulled the pilot up B. Smith did so
C. Smith didn't hear him D. Smith didn't do so
22．What’s the meaning of “went to his reward” __________.
A. got injured B. died
C. got saved D. went to get some gifts
23．What do you think of this passage? This passage is very ______.
A. moving B. depressing C. humorous D. surprising
Suppose you are a visitor in the land of Mongolia, some friends ask you to eat with them. What kind of manners do they want you to have? They want you to give a loud burp after you finish eating. Burping would show that you like your food. In some countries, if you give a big burp, you are told to say “Excuse me, please”.
In many places people like to eat together. But in some parts of Polynesia it is bad manners to be seen eating at all. People show their good manners by turning their backs on others while they eat.
What are manners like in an East African town? The people try not to see you. They are being polite. You may see a friend. He may not see you at all. If you are polite, you will sit down beside him. You will wait until he finishes what he is doing. Then he will talk to you. Manners are different all over the world. But it is good to know that all manners begin in the same way. People need ways to show that they want to be friends.
24. In Mongolia, burping is a way of showing that __________.
A . you are impolite B . you enjoyed the meal prepared by the host
C . your meal was not enough D . you are friendly with your host
25. In Polynesia, to be polite while eating you should __________.
A . turn your back on others B . sit still
C . eat quickly D . say “Excuse me, please”
26 . People in an East African town are being polite by __________.
A . waiting for a long time before visits B . sitting down beside others
C . seeing a friend quickly D . trying not to see you
27. The best title for this passage is __________.
A . Different Kinds of Manners B . All manners is the Same Way
C . Good Manners D . Do Have Manners.
My boss’s daughter was studying in the Philippines. He asked me if my husband and I could take care of her. He thought his daughter would be able to improve her English communication skills in this way.
After days of thinking, we agreed. He then brought her here and left after 3 days. I thought that my boss’s daughter was well-mannered, but that was wrong.
After a month of staying in the Philippines, she started to show her true colors. When my husband asked her what she wanted for breakfast, she answered him in a rude way. From then on, we experienced fights at home. There was a time when we didn’t talk to her for a week as a punishment of not being good to us. What I hated most was that she didn’t care about other people’s feelings. She ate ahead of us when we were still working and didn’t leave anything for us. So we had to separate her food from ours to avoid such a problem.
The worst thing about her was that she shouted at us. I was wondering if she did this to her parents. We told this to her parents, but unfortunately I didn’t think that solved the problem. This situation lasted for almost 8 months. Our patience was tested during that time.
We tried to teach her everything we could to make her a better person, but I guess 8 months may not to be enough. We even tried to understand her and adjust for her, but it didn’t work. I just hope that she learned something from us and from other Filipinos.
28. This passage is mainly about the writer’s experience of ________ .
A. trying to please her boss
B. changing a girl’s bad behavior
C. improving her communication skills
D. dealing with a teenage girl staying in her house
29. What do the examples in paragraph 3 tell us ?
A. The daughter wasn’t behaving well.
B. The writer and her husband were careless.
C. The writer and her husband hated children.
D. The daughter tried her best to make others happy.
30. The underlined word “that” in paragraph 4 refers to _______.
A. being patient with her B. telling her parents about her behavior
C. asking her parents about her D. her parents punishing her
31. After reading the passage, we learn that .
A. the daughter learnt to behave well in the end
B. the daughter hated dealing with others
C. the writer didn’t enjoy the daughter’s stay
D. the writer had known the daughter was hard to deal with
At the age of 5, most children in the USA start to go to school. Public education is free and most children go to schools near their homes. School in these early years is fun. The children learn to read and write. But they also play games and go on trips. There is no reason at such an early age for him to hit the books.
The situation changes as children become older. The subjects become more difficult. Students must learn about world history, algebra (代数), and the life sciences. Tests become more common. Pressure is growing to hit the books, study hard, and advance. However, most serious students only really begin hitting the books for long hours when they reach high school.
High school students who hope to continue their education at a college or university must take a special national test called the S-A-T. The test has two parts. The first part tests the student's ability with numbers and mathematical skills. The second part tests the student's ability in the English language.
The S-A-T test is very important. A high school student who gets a high score on the two parts of the test has a good chance to enter a top American college. For this reason, many students hit the books for months to prepare for the S-A-T.
32.The underlined phrase “hitting the books” in the second paragraph probably means ________.
A. working hard at a certain subject B. reading books with great effort
C. reading books in a hurry D. studying a subject carefully
33. The students in high school ________.
A. have to take the S-A-T
B. are free and happy
C. don’t hit the books until they pass the S-A-T
D. have to hit the books if they want to go on to college
34. American children don't need________ if they want to study in public schools.
A. to hit the books B. to work hard at their lessons
C. to pay for the education D. to take many tests
35. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. In America the students have to pass a certain test to continue their education.
B. The students must spend much time preparing for the S-A-T.
C. Those who fail in the S-A-T cannot go to a top college.
D. Young children needn’t work hard at their lessons because education is free.
My mother is a diligent (勤奋)and kind woman. She is very busy from morning till night. As a teacher, she works hard. 36 Both my brother and I love her dearly as she loves us.
My mother has been teaching math at a middle school in my hometown. She goes to work early in the morning and does not return home until late in the afternoon. 37 She treats them with patience and teaches them well. For her excellent quality and very good teaching results, she has been elected as a model teacher several times.
38 Every day, when she comes back home from work, she sets about doing housework, sweeping the living room and bedrooms or cleaning the furniture, and putting everything in good order. She seems to be busy all the time. As she has been very busy working every day, she looks older than her age. But she looks as cheerful and happy as ever. Mother never buys expensive dresses for herself, but she often buys some inexpensive but high quality clothes for us. 39 She just eats a plain meal outside when she is too busy to cook herself. She lives a busy yet simple life, without any complaints.
Often she says to us, “work while you work, and play while you play. That is the way to be happy and gay. If you do not work, you will become lazy and be of no use to society”. What a piece of good advice this is! 40 This advice of hers will always serve as a guide to my behavior. My mother is great indeed, and I always feel proud of her.
A. Can you tell us something about your mother?
B. My mother is hard-working and never wastes money.
C. As a mother, she takes good care of us and gives us every comfort.
D. She loves her students and cares for them.
E. She enjoys listening to classic music.
F. I never forget it and always bear it in my mind.
G. She never goes to expensive restaurants to enjoy meals.
When Pat Jones finished college，she decided to travel around the world and see as many foreign places as she could 41 she was young ．Pat wanted to visit Latin America 42 ，so she got a job 43 an English teacher in a school in Bolivia ．Pat spoke a little Spanish 44 she was able to communicate with her students even when they didn't 45 much English．
A sentence she had read somewhere stuck in her mind ：if you dream 46 a foreign language, you have really mastered (掌握) it. Pat repeated this sentence to her students and 47 that some day she would dream in Spanish and they would dream in 48 ．
One day ，one of her 49 students came up and explained in Spanish that he had not done his homework. He had 50 early, but had slept 51 .
“What does this have to do with your 52 ?” Pat asked．
“I dreamed all night ，Miss Jones. and my dream was in English?”
“In English?” Pat was very 53 ，since he was such a bad student ．She was 54 secretly jealous (嫉妒的)．Her 55 was still not in Spanish ．But she encouraged (鼓励) her young student. “Well， 56 me about your dream．”
“All the people in my dream 57 English.” the student said. “And all the signs were in English. All the newspapers and magazines and all the TV programs were in English．”
“Great. That's 58 ，”said Pat ．“What did all the people say to you?”
“I'm sorry ，Miss Jones ．That's 59 I slept so badly．1 didn't 60 a word they said ．It was a nightmare (噩梦 )!”
41. A. although B. if C. while D. since
42. A. at first B. first C.1ast D. at last
43. A. as B. for C. of D．1ike
44. A. and B. but C. so D. yet
45. A. say B. know C. read D. write
46. A. in B. about C. of D. for
47. A. thought B. realized C. wanted D. hoped
48. A. Spanish B. English C. Russian D. German
49. A. bright B. excellent C. best D. worst
50. A. got up B. in bed C. gone to bed D. woken up
51. A. badly B. well C. soundly D. heavily
52. A. English B. 1anguage C. dream D. homework
53. A. surprised B. worried C. pleased D. excited
54. A. yet B. also C. seldom D. hardly
55. A. study B. class C. work D. dream
56. A. answer B. write C. tell D. ask
57. A. spoke B. read C. liked D. learned
58. A. terrible B. funny C. strange D. wonderful
59. A. how B. why C. when D. because
60. A. hear B. like C. understand D. remember
第二节 语法填空 （共10小题；每小题1分，满分10分）
At about 3:00 am on July 28, 1976, people in the city of Tangshan were asleep as __61__ without thinking much of the strange signs of the earthquake.
At 3:42 am everything began to ___62___. The greatest earthquake of the 20th century began eleven kilometers ___63_ (direct)below the city. It was heard in Beijing, which is two hundred kilometers___64___. In fifteen terrible seconds a large city lay in ruins. Two-thirds of the people died or were___65__ during the earthquake.
The survivors couldn’t believe it was natural. Nearly everything was __66__(destroy). Most of the building were __67__(go) and many farm animals died. Then later that afternoon, _68_ big quake shook Tangshan. Some of the ___69__ workers and doctors were trapped under the ruins.
All hope was not lost. The army sent 150,000 soldiers to Tangshan. Hundreds of thousands of
People were helped. Slowly, the city began to __70___(breath)again.
第二节 语法填空 （共10小题；每小题1分，满分10分）
71. It is difficult for us ____________________(说服)him into giving up smoking.
72. She b ____________out laughing at the joke.
73. He is determined to d ____________his life to science.
74. Mr. Kelly was s _________________to six months in prison for stealing.
75. When the boys __________________(毕业) from high school, they moved to a small town.
76. I prefer stay at home rather than go out when it rains.
77. Your sister leaves tomorrow morning and you’d better get up early to see her off.
78. We’ll never forget the days when we spend together happily in the middle school.
79. I’m using the dictionary which he bought it yesterday.
80. Mandela was generous with his time, for that Elias was grateful.
81. The farmers talked about the things and persons who they remembered in the country.
82. They have reached a stage that they have almost no rights at all.
83. The email I was looking forward to arriving at last.
84 Smile is one of the most important skills which all of us should learn.
85. Only then did he realized that he was wrong.
2．可适当加入细节，以使行文连贯；3．参考词汇：郊游 outing (cn.)
听力 1-5 ACABB 6-10 CBCBC 11-15 ACBAA 16-20 BBCAA
阅读理解 21-23 DBC 24-27 BADC 28-31 DABC 32-35 BDCD 36-40 CDBGF
完形填空41-45 CBACB 46-50 ADBDC 51-55 ADABD 56-60 CADBC
61.usual 62 shake 63. directly 64. away 65. injured
66. destroyed 67. gone 68. another 69. rescue 70. breathe
71. to persuade 72. burst 73. devote 74. sentenced 75. graduated
76. prefer后加to 77. leaves 改为is leaving 78. when 改为which 79. 去掉it
80.that改为which 81. who改为that 82. that改为where 83. arriving改为arrived
84. which改为that 85. realized 改为realize
I’m a senior high school student named Zhang Chu. Last week, our class had a heated discussion about whether the school should organize any outing for us students. The results are as follows.
Outings have lots of advantages. For one thing, they can make us relaxed and enjoy the beauty of nature. For another, they help enrich our social experience and gain some practical survival skills.
However, there is still something we must keep in mind when go for an outing. Always put safety in the first place, for outings will be meaningless without safety. What’s more, environmental protection should also be our concern. For example, we can’t throw any litter anywhere we go.
In my opinion, we should take at least one outing each term to make us refreshed and get closer to nature.
M: Why don't we go to the pub this evening ?
W: I 'm afraid I'm a bit busy. I'm staying at work till 10:00.
M: I guess it's going to start raining soon.
W: How do you know ? It doesn't look like rain. The sky's clear with only a few clouds.
W: How many people are there in your basketball team ?
M: There were ten, but one of them left last week.
W: I know, but last year there were fifteen
W: Your sister sounds really interesting.
M: Yes, she has travelled a lot. She spent the whole of last summer travelling around Australia, and next
Summer she’s to South America.
W: Wow That's amazing!
W: Have you fed the dog yet ?
M: Yes, I have fed him a few minutes ago.
W: Good Well, I guess we can leave for work now.
M: But we haven't eaten breakfast yet!
M: Right. How many languages do you speak'? Apart from English, of course.
W:⑥I speak Spanish.
M: Ah, how well do you speak it ?
W: Very well. ⑥ I can write it, too,
M: Any other languages?
W: I can speak a little French. But I can't write it at ail
M: A little French. Can't write it. That's it ?
M: ⑦And you want to join my class in Japanese?
W: Yes, please
M: Well, it's not going to be easy, you know. It's very different from English, Spanish or French
W: I know. But I want to do it.
M: Are you all right ? You look off colour.
W: I' m OK l feel a bit tired. That's all Do you remember the new student in my class ?
M: The boy from Haiti ?
W: Yes, ⑧he's having a hard time communicating since he doesn't speak much English. I spend a lot of
time with him so that he can catch up.
M: I know. It’s very kind of you to help him with his study.
W: ⑨But it's really exciting to see him make progress and fit well into the group.
M: That's true.
M: Lucy, how can you cat so much chocolate and still stay slim?
W: Simple⑩ I exercise a lot.
M: Really? I want to, too. but I don't know what sports to do since we don't have PE lessons.
W: That's true. but there are so many sports teams and sports clubs you can join.
M: I guess so Well, I really like basketball
W: We can go along together. The basketball club meets every Tuesday evening.
M: I like to exercise when I want. I don't like to follow a schedule all the time
W: Then you could join the gym.
M: Oh that sounds good. What equipment do they have?
W: sounds great. Let’s go !
W：Gerry, come and look at the information pack for our trip to London.
M: There are so many things to do, Penny. Know where to start.
the animals, but she's been asking, about the London Eye for weeks, so we have to go there.
M: You’re right What about Billy? He loves boats, so it’s either the Thames of the zoo.
W: I think he will choose the Thames What about an opera at Covent Gardens for your parents ?
M: That would be great. So you don't want to go shopping in Oxford Street then?
W: Which page is that on ? Wow! This looks great There are so many great shops in Oxford Street. Will you come with me ?
M: I’ll come if you really want me to, dear.
W: Susan's friend Phoebe was to stay with her Upon arrival Phoebe called Susan from the airport
Informing her of her arrival in LA However, Susan was still in the office at the time. After explaining where her new flat was, she told Phoebe that she had left an extra key under the door. Two hours later. Phoebe gave Susan a call from the flat. She said she was listening to some of Susan's CDs after having a really delicious meal When Susan asked Phoebe if she had gotten into the fiat without difficulty, Phoebe said she hadn't been able to find the key under the door, but luckily the window just by the apple tree had been left open and she had climbed in. Susan was shocked when she heard Phoebe's answer. There isn't an apple tree next to the window, but there is one in front of' her neighbour’s !