（ ）1. What is Mr. Wang’s telephone number? A． B. C.
（ ）2. How will Lilei go to Beijing?
A. B. C.
（ ）3. What is Mike going to be when he grows up?
A. B. C.
（ ）4. How does Tom learn Chinese?
A. B. C.
（ ）5. When is the boy’s birthday?
A. B. C.
（ ）6. Where are the two speakers talking? A. In the street. B. At a hospital. C. In a restaurant. （ ）7. What is Miss Brown? A. A student. B. A teacher. C. A doctor. （ ）8. What are they doing now? A. Doing their lessons now. B. Helping with each other. C. Making a telephone call. （ ）9. Why did George go to see the doctor? A. Because he was ill. B. Because his mother was ill. C. Because the doctor was his friend.
（ ）10. How much do you have to pay for one ticket to Loudi? A. 10 yuan. B. 14 yuan. C. 28 yuan.
（ ）11. ---What did Li Hua use to look like ? --- She used to__________.
A.be short , have long hair and wear glasses B.be tall, have short hair and wear gloves. C.be short, have short hair and wear glasses
（ ）12.Who played the piano?
A. Li Hua B. Jerry C. Wang Hai 听第2段材料，回答13—15题。
（ ）13. When does the conversation happen?
A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon C. In the evening. （ ）14. Where is the bank?
A. It’s next to the restaurant. B. It’s next to the hospital. C. It’s behind the hospital.
（ ）15. How far is the bank from here?
A. About 30 minutes’ walk. B. About 13 minutes’ walk. C. About 30 minutes’ ride.
（ ）16. How old was Tom?
A. 6. B. 7. C. 8.
（ ）17. Where can the man find Tom on Sundays?
A. At home. B. In the open air. C. In his classroom.
（ ）18. When did the last class begin?
A. At 3:45 pm. B. At 4:00 pm. C. At 4:15 pm.
（ ）19. What did the teacher ask Tom to do?
A. Wash his hands. B. Write some new words. C. Clean the blackboard.
（ ）20. What can we learn from the story?
A. The teacher taught Chinese. B. The blackboard was dirty. C. Tom's left hand was dirtier
( )21、----Have you seen ________ pen? I left it here this morning．
----Is it ____________ black one? I think I saw it somewhere． A．a; the
B． the; the B．in; in
C．the; a C．on; of
D．a; a D．on; in
( )22、I was born _____ the evening _____ March 12, 1967．
( )23. It’s really silly __________ some people to drive after drinking wine.
( )24. —Anna failed in the writing competition. She must be very sad.
—Let’s go and __________________. A. make her up
B. pick her up
C. cheer her up
D. dress her up
( )25. —Peter has good grades in all his subjects, but he never shows off.
—I agree. He is very _____________. A. easy-going
( )26. —Where is my notebook?
—I don’t know. It isn’t here. Maybe ___________ took it away. A. everybody
( )27. —Many students don’t know how to _________ stress and become worried.
—I think they’d better ask their teachers for help. A. argue with
B. deal with B. when
C. quarrel with C. until
D. help with D. as
( )28. Some people won’t know the value of their health _________ they lose it. ( )29. The world is becoming smaller and smaller because the Internet brings us
___________. A. close
C. the closer
D. the closest
( )30. —Wow! You’ve got so many skirts.
—But ____________ of them are in fashion now.
A. all A. it
B. both B. this
C. neither C. that
D. none D. that’s
( )31. All of us found _________ difficult to work out the maths problem. ( )32. As teenagers, we’re ________________ our parents with housework.
A. enough old to help C. enough old helping A. stay at home, go out C. to stay at home, go out
B. old enough to help D. old enough helping B. to stay at home, to go out D. stay at home, to go out
( )33. Tom would rather ___________ than ____________.
( )34. —We can use QQ to communicate with each other online.
—Good. Will you you please show me ____________. A. which to use
B. how to use it
C. what to use
D. where to use it
( )35. —Would you mind my opening the window?
—______________. It’s much too hot here. A. Certainly
B. Of course not
C. All right
D. Never mind
I was waiting for the bus when I met the woman. “You look . Come and sit here,” she said. “are you going?”
“I don’t know. I just want to catch a and see what it will be like at the end.” “I’m afraid you’ll see there. Why don’t you enjoy the sights on the way?” “How can I do that while my heart’s
The woman seemed to understand my feeling. “Don’t cry, little girl. I’ve had a similar experience to you. Thirty-five ago, my husband had a car accident. He left our three children and me. I was deadly sad and so hopeless at that time. I decided to kill myself and the children, so I took to the sea. loudly. Their cry suddenly woke me . How could I my hope to live just because of one of the life problems? After that, I worked hard to raise the children. Now they all live and one of them has his own family.” said the woman slowly.
Then the woman gave me a Little girl, remember, you should never wait for the door to before us. We should find the key the door or try to find another way.”
The bus came and I got on it with a smile. ( )36. A. tired ( )37. A. What ( )38. A. train
B. excited B. How B. bus
C. happy C. Where C. boat C. singing C. months C. him
C. Besides C. spoke C. up
C. get up C. badly C. hit C. to
D. well D. When D. plane D. anything D. dancing D. years D. it D. However D. cried D. down D. stand up D. quickly D. smile D. mean D. by
( )39. A. nothing ( )40. A. smiling ( )41. A. days ( )42. A. her ( )43. A. So ( )45. A. in
B. everything B. breaking B. weeks B. them B. Or B. out
B. talked B. give up B. sadly B. shout B. close B. of
( )44. A. laughed ( )46. A. give away ( )47. A. happily ( )48. A. cry ( )49. A. open ( )50. A. for 四．阅读理解
Here are two letters to George and his answers.
I’m fourteen and I’m I’m learning French but I much shorter for my don’t get good marks. I do age. What’s worse, I not know why. Sometimes am very fat. I want to be 55 kg I want to give up, but I know I and to be taller and then I can go to the school basketball team and
shouldn’t because languages are going to be very important.
enjoy myself. Can you help me? What should I do? Bob Alice
( )51. Alice is worrying about _____________.
A. her friends
B. her height
C. her marks
D. her weight
( )52. Bob should _____________ according to George’s letter.
A. take more exercise C. join a basketball team A. her mother
B. talk to his friends D. learn some French
( )53. George advises Alice to talk to ____________ for help.
C. Bob’s teacher D. Bob’s mum
Dolphins are not fish, but warm-blooded animals. They live in groups, and speak to each other in their own language. In this they are like other animals, such as bees and birds. But dolphins are very different from almost all land animals. Their brain is nearly the same size as our own, and they live a long time --- at least twenty or thirty years.
Like some other animals, dolphins use sound to help them find their way around. They also make these sounds to talk to each other and to help them find food. We now know they do not use their ears to receive these sounds, but the lower part of the mouth, called the jaw.
Strangely, dolphins seem to like man, and for thousands of years there have been stories about the dolphin and its friendship with people.
There is a story about sailors in the 19th century. In a dangerous part of the sea off the coast of New Zealand, they learnt to look for a dolphin called Jack. From 1871 to 1903 Jack met every boat in the area and showed it the way. Then in 1903 a passenger on a boat called The Penguin shot and wounded (伤害) Jack. He recovered and for nine years more continued to guide all ships through the area --- except for The Penguin.
Today, some people continue to kill dolphins, but many countries of the world now protect them and in these places it is against the law to kill them.
54. Dolphins are different from many other animals in that they _________. A. live in groups B. have large brains C. are warm-blooded D. have their own language 55. Which of the following does the dolphin use to help it find its way around? A. Its nose. B. Its ears. C. Its mouth. D. Its eyes. 56. Why did the sailors off the coast of New Zealand look for Jack? A. He was lonely and liked to be with people. B. They enjoyed playing with him.
B. her teacher
C. He was seriously wounded. D. They wanted his help. 57. By telling the story of Jack the writer wanted to show that _________. A. dolphins are friendly and clever B. People are cruel to animals C. Jack is different from other dolphins D. dolphins should be protected by law
A study suggests that the United States needs to work on training and keeping scientists.
Since 1980, the number of jobs that need science and engineering (S&E) knowledge has increased (增加). And each year in the US, the number of jobs that need S&E skills increases by 5%.
In the next 20 years, many talented people with S&E knowledge will retire (退休), because more than half of them now are in their 40s or older and 30% of them are 55 or older. Therefore, to have enough talented people, universities need to train students in S&E. Yet fewer and fewer students are choosing jobs in S&E. In other words, there are not enough new talented people to take the place of the retiring ones, so there will be a gap (缺口) in the future.
In the past, the US filled this gap with foreign talented people. These people came to the US to study and got their doctorates (博士学位) from American universities. Many of them lived in the US to use their science skills . In 2001, foreign talented people not more than half of the doctorates in S&E in this country.
But the US can’t only depend on foreign talented people. In order to have more Americans with doctorates that work in jobs in S&E, more students need to go to university. However, even though the US is starting to support science, and middle school students are deciding to become scientists, these students will not finish their studies until 2018 or 2020. 58. The number of jobs that need S&E skills increases by _________ each year in the US. A. 30% B. 5% C. 40% D. 20% 59. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT right?
A. In the US many old talented people with S&E knowledge will not retire because they are needed. B. Universities are training students in S&E to have enough talented people. C. A lot of foreign talented people lived in the US to use their science skills. D. Fewer and fewer students are choosing jobs in S&E. 60. In the passage the writer thinks that________.
A. all the students should study science at university in the US
B. foreign talented students get less than half of the doctorates in the US C. the US needs to do something to keep talented people in S&E D. there are too many people in America that need jobs
61. What main point does the writer mainly make in the last paragraph? A. Foreign talented people will not be used in the US in future. B. There will be more students to go to university to study in 2018. C. US people that have doctorates can work in jobs in S&E. D. There is still a long way to go to fill the gap.
In the tenth grade, I began volunteering at a vet hospital that was run by a family friend in order to get experience for what I thought would be my future job. As it turned out, the experience I got at the hospital taught me the opposite: my future was not in vet medicine. However, there is one particular Saturday morning that taught me something maybe more important.
The hospital was in the middle of one of the poorer sections of the city and we often had people come in who could just only pay for the most basic treatments. This Saturday a man and his young son, who was probably about 7 years old, walked in with a small cat in a cardboard box. I remember the cat had an eye infection (感染) but the man could not afford to pay for the cost of the medicine in addition to the exam. When he asked where the nearest the animal shelter was, his son cried and started to argue with his father. an older woman who was sitting in the waiting room stood up, walked up to the counter, and told the man that she would pay for anything that he could not afford. The man thanked her and the son got to keep a healthy cat.
I had always thought it was the right thing to help out a needy person, but it was only seen on TV or in movies. The woman in the vet’s office taught me that these things do happen in real life, and should happen more often. When I am hesitant (犹豫) to help someone who is in need, I remember that woman, and have the courage to do it. Sometimes other people follow. 62. Why did the writer work at the vet hospital? A. He thought he would work there in the future. B. He wanted to get some skills of treating animals. C. He wanted to get some money for his schooling.
D. He wanted to get some experience for his future work.