( )1. What is Susan’s animal sign?
( )2. How does the man learn English ?
( )3. What’s the boy’s problem?
( )4. What time did the boy go home yesterday?
( )5. Why does the man advise the woman to wear red?
A. Because she likes red most.
B. Because the woman looks good in red.
C. Because she feels weak.
( )6. Why does the boy like Mr. Wang?
A. Because he is patient.
B. Because he is humorous.
C. Because he is helpful.
( )7. What programme did Judy watch last night?
A. A TY play. B. The sports news. C. The evening news.
( )8. Who is the woman speaking to?
A. Her son. B. Her teacher. C. Her son5s teacher.
( )9. What will Simon be when he grows up?
A. An accountant. B. An engineer. C. An artist.
( )10. What can we learn from the dialogue?
A. The woman is wearing a yellow hat.
B. The yellow hat is more comfortable.
C. The woman likes the black hat better.
( )11.Why does Daniel look blue?
A.Because he got a low mark in his English exam.
B.Because he lost a football match.
C.Because he quarreled(争吵）with his classmates just now.
( )12. What is he going to do?
A.He will ask someone to help him.
B.He will work harder at English.
C. He will pay more attention to his classmates.
( )13. A. shout at B. joke with C. laugh at
( )14. A. formal language B. large letters C. kind words
( )15. A. late B. fast C. often
16. Where did Jack work?
A. On the farm. B. In an office. C. In a factory.
17. How often did he get his money?
A. Every month. B. Every week. C. Every half month.
18. What happened this month?
A. Jack got more money.
B. Jack got less money.
C. Jack got enough money.
19. From this passage we know that _______.
A. the manager believed Jack
B. Jack wasn’t an honest man
C. Jack was an honest man
20. Could Jack go on working in his factory?
A. The story didn’t tell us. B. Yes, he could. C. No, he couldn’t.
( )21. It’s not ______ good suggestion to drive for four hours without _______break.
A. a; a B. a; the C. the; a D. the; the
( )22. -- It’s dangerous to walk across the street carelessly.
--You’re right. We can’t be ________ careful while crossing the street.
A. so B. very C. too D. more
( )23. --Did you enjoy the outdoor training yesterday?
-- No, not at all! I was ________ dead after so much hard training.
A. as good as B. as well as C. so good as D. so well as
( )24. _______ Mrs. Zhang ______ Dr. Yang shows great interest in the topic we are talking about. They want to know more about it.
A. Both； and B. Either； or C. Not only；but also D. Neither； nor
( )25. The thing that matters is not whether you fail or not, _______whether you try or not.
A. and B. or C. so D. but
( )26. I think it's well worth ______ our best to learn a second language well.
A. to try B. trying C. try D. tries
( )27. —She didn’t make ______ great progress，did she?
_______，although she did her best.
A. so； No B. so； Yes C. such; No D. such；Yes
( )28. _______ the little girl was hit by a truck, nobody gave a hand to the girl ______ an old lady appeared. Why were they so cold-hearted?
A. When；while B.Before; until C. After；until D. As； while
( )29. -- Will you hold a party in the open air?
-- I'm not sure, because it ___ the weather.
A. stands for B. depends on C. lives on D. agrees with
( )30. At weekends I prefer______ at home _____ a good rest.
A. staying； to having B. staying； to have
C. to stay'； to having D. to stay； to have
( )31. He devoted his lifetime ______ it possible for women _______ better education.
A. to make； to receive B. to make； to receiving
C. to making; to receive D. to making； receive
( )32. You will have no difficulty ____ the problem if you ______ it.
A. solving； pay much attention to
B. with； pay much attention for
C. solve； pay much attention to
D. solving； pay much attention for
( )33. Did your father tell you _______?
A. when he travelled to Hong Kong
B. how he goes to Shanghai
C. where he has spent his holidays
D. why did he visit Hangzhou
( )34. 一Do you know the new player of our school team?
一Of course! I have never seen _______.
A. a best one B. a taller one C.the tall one D. the good one
( )35. --What about going boating this afternoon?
--It sounds great. ________.
A. Either take the lead or fall behind.
B. I can’t agree with you more.
C. You can’t be too careful.
D. It’s better to be safe than sorry.
三、完形填空 先通读下面的短文，掌握其大意，然后在每小题所给的四个选项中，选出可以 填入空白处的最佳选项。（本大题共10分，每小题1分）
“I can’t believe what I’m hearing!”I thought to myself. Jeff was the last candidate（候选人）for president of the Students’ Union. My best friend Tony came to me and said.“I’m sorry, Mike. I really thought you should be __36__.”
Later that day, I happened to pass Jeff in the dining room. I offered him a __37_ “Congratulations” and walked to my usual table. To my surprise，Jeff put his plate beside mine.
“I’m er—I’m just wondering if you would…come to work on my team，” he said in a __38_ voice.“You are really smart，and you would be a great manager.”
“I don’t think so,” I replied，feeling unsure.
“Well, if you change your mind, we are meeting tomorrow,” he said before moving to another table.
All that night, I thought about the offer from Jeff. Maybe being a part of the election process (选举过程）would give __39_ a chance to make important changes at our school. I decided to join them.
My first goal(目标）was to __40_ an attractive(有吸引力的）advertisement. Within a few days, we designed a poster with Jeff’s pictures showing him in a number of activities. No one could walk through any hallway (门厅) __41_ passing Jeff’s smiling face.
My next step was to__42_ which new activities students would like to have at our school. Many of them wanted a chess club and a volleyball team.
With the information I had collected, Jeff met with the headmaster. The headmaster __43_ to add these activities to our school program.
An eighth grader said, “It’ll be like attending a new school with Jeff as president.”
Hearing these words made me feel __44_. I had wanted to become president of the Students’ Union to make a difference. I achieved that and more by working as a member of Jeff’s team. He became the most popular candidate and I was large part of his __45_ .The fact that has made a difference in other people lives is the real prize. What a great feeling!
( )36. A. heard B. chosen C. invited D.followed
( )37. A. polite B. loud C. warm D.cheerful
( )38. A. proud B. quick C. nervous D. regretful
( )39. A. them B. him C. me D.us
( )40. A. print B. invent C. create D.send
( )41. A. for B. from C. with D.without
( )42. A. carry out B. try out C. work out D.find out
( )43. A. agreed B. wanted C. expected D.asked
( )44. A. proud B. surprised C. patient D.hopeful
( )45. A. luck B. spirit C. life D.success
Are you tired of the puzzles you usually do? Sudoku is a new choice. Sudoku consists of (由…组成)the Japanese characters Su ( meaning“number”）and Doku ( meaning“single”）, but it was not invented in Japan. It was created by Howard Games in 1979.The puzzle was first introduced into Japan by Nikoli Puzzle Company in 1984. In 1986, Kaji Maki, the president of Nikoli made the rules strict and clear. Soon in the same year Sudoku became popular in Japan. In November 2004，The Times' a British newspaper, first printed it in the newspaper. It became an international hit in 2005. Now Sudoku becomes very popular all over the world. The rule of the puzzle is to fill in the grids (格子）so that every row, every 3×3 box has the numbers 1 to 9. Here is a Sudoku. Please relax and enjoy. It’s fun.
( )46. Who created Sudoku?
A. Howard Games. B. Sudoku. C. Kaji Maki. D. Nikoli.
( )47. Which is true about Kaji Maki according to the reading material?
A. He was the boss of Nissan C ompany.
B. He helped to make Sudoku popular in Japan.
C. He was the president of The Times.
D. He is an American.
( )48. What should “Z" be in the puzzle?
A. 8. B.5. C.2. D.4
An Dun is a daily newspaper reporter in Beijing. And she has a great “Chinese dream”.
Everything about Cao Yulan’s life changed when her mother died during a heavy storm. “I felt like I’d grown up overnight,” she told author An Dun. At the age of 16, Cao left for Beijing. She has worked as a tea salesgirl and a babysitter, among other odd job, over the past 11 years. Her last job before giving birth to her daughter was managing a breakfast stand. What she wanted was to help her little brother and sister grow up to live a better life.
Cao is one of the main characters in An Dun5 s latest book. An Dun shared Cao’s story with the readers at the book launch in late June. The book, written in both Chinese and English, Is the third volume (卷) of The Chinese Dream series. The project will tell the true stories of 100 Chinese people from all kinds of life in 10 volumes, with An as the interviewer.
An Dun enjoys talking to people and she keeps on writing the true stories of “small potatoes”. Her first volumes of The Chinese Dream series have：already been published. Now An is working on the series’ fourth volume.
Wang Bing’s father began smoking when he was in college. His friend passed him his first cigarette(香烟). He has now been smoking for more than 30 years.It’s an example of how young people are introduced to cigarettes，except that nowadays smokers develop their habit at an even younger age.It has become a main worry in China that many teenagers begin to smoke. A showed that 22.5 % of the middle school students questioned had tried smoking and 15.8% of them smoked regularly(经常).For many teenagers, smoking is a symbol of being an adult，matiirity (成熟) and attractiveness because the images who they love best often smoke on screen.
The social environment also plays an important role in attracting(吸引）teenagers, to smoking. They are used to seeing their elders, especially male (男性）family members, smoking at home. Many of them imitate adult behavior and become new smokers.
To increase the price of cigarettes is a useful way to reduce the number of young smokers, as teenagers have no enough money to spend on them.
Another way is to teach the teenagers to refuse cigarettes. A survey shows that 92.5% of the students know smoking will be bad for their health. If we tell them, in a proper way, most of them may give up smoking.
All in all, the society, the government, the school and the family should join together to take the responsibility(责任）for an anti-smoking(禁烟)act aimed at teenagers，not just to put empty words and warnings on cigarette packs.
( )53. The writer uses the first paragraph to _______.
A. tell the readers a story of a smoker
B. introduce the topic of the passage
C. introduce the college life of Wang Bing Js father
D. tell the difference between Wang Bing and his father
( )54. What’s the main idea of this passage?
A. The teenagers think smoking is a symbol of being an adult and maturity.
B. The social environment encourages the teenagers to smoke
C. The teenagers should be taught to refuse to smoke.
D. The teenage smoking has become a serious problem in China.
( )55. What does the word “imitate” in Paragraph 5 mean in Chinese?
A. 指责 B. 忍受 C. 模仿 D.支责
( )56. From the underlined part of the last sentence of this passage, we can infer (推断) that the writer thinks putting words and warnings on cigarette packs is ______ to solve the problem.
A. not enough B. of no use
C. of great help D. of great importance
A new study finds that plants communicate with one another to warn of danger.
We often consider plants as the furniture of the natural world. They don’t move; they don’t make sounds；they don’t seem to act on anything. But as is often the case, plants talk to each other all the time. And the language is a chemical (化学物质).
Over the years, scientists have reported that different types of plants, from trees to tomatoes, give out chemicals into the air to help neighbouring plants. These chemical warnings can spread information about one plant’s disease or infestation (虫害)，so other plants can protect themselves. But how plants receive and act on the information exactly is still mysterious (神秘的）.
In this week’s Science Magazine, researchers in Japan offered some explanations. They have found out one chemical message and traced it all the way from beginning to end.
The scientists looked at tomato plants infested by a common pest (害虫）.To start out，they grew plants in two separate plastic spaces connected by a tube (管子）. One plant was infested and placed upwind and the other was uninfested and placed downwind. The downwind plants were later exposed (暴露的）to the pest. The results showed that plants near sick neighbours before were able to protect themselves better against the pest.
They found one chemical appeared more often in the exposed plants. The chemical is called HexVic. The scientists discovered where HexVic came from, and put it over healthy plants. Those plants were then able to produce HexVic. Researchers made sure that uninfested plants could fight off bugs and diseases. How do they know when to protect themselves? They are warned first by their friendly plant neighbours.
It is not a simple story , and it may be happening in many other plants besides tomatoes. It may also be happening with more chemical signals that are still unknown to us. In a word, we know that plants not only communicate, but also look out for one another.
( )57. The underlined word “traced” in the fourth paragraph probably means _______here.
A. reported B. followed C. doubted D. developed
( )58. For scientists, which are the right steps to watch tomato plants infested by a pest?
① Place the infested plant upwind.
② Place the uninfested plant downwind.
③ Expose the downwind plants to the pest.
④ Grow plants in two separate plastic spaces connected by a tube.
A.③①②④ B.①④③② C.④①②③ D.④②①③
( )59. You can put the sentence “The researchers also studied leaves from exposed plants and unexposed plants." at the beginning of Paragraph ____.
A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 D.6
( )60. Which of the following can be the best title of this passage?
A. Communicating Plants and Terrible Diseases
B. Talking Plants and Friendly Warnings
C. Protecting Plants and Clear Information
D. Growing Plants and Mysterious Chemicals
61. On the last day of his trip to Japan, he made a big _____(决定).
62. They have searched for some_____ (宝贵的)information about their trip to Hong Kong.
63. Never do anything_______（违反）the law, or you will be punished.
64. She was lying _____(醒着的）in her bed when I saw her.
65. We are surprised to find that Jim is (缺席的.) from school today.
66. Smoking is one of the_____(原因）of heart disease.
67. My father has _______ (许诺）to buy me a new bike on my coming birthday.
68. I'm interested in_______ he'll go abroad or not.
69. —Did you watch the football game last night?
—No. My parents went home early so I had no_____ but to turn off the TV.
70. —Why did Emma go to the police?
—She was in _____ of her life. She believed someone would kill her.
1---5 CBAAC 6 ---10BACBC 11--- 15 ABABB 16 ---20 CAABC
46 —48 ABB 49 —52 CABC 53 —56 BDCA 57--60 BCDB
61. decision 62. valuable 63. national 64. awake 65. absent
66. causes 67. promised 68.whether 69. choice 70. fear
One possible version:
I love reading. I spend over four hours a week reading. On weekdays I usually read before going to bed. I read most at the weekend. I'm interested in History books, and I like fiction books too. I like the four great classical Chinese novels best.
I get most of my books from the school library. My friends give me lots of advice about books. We often meet together and discuss what to read.
Reading is a time of joy and peace. A good book is a good friend. It helps me relax after a busy day. It also opens up a whole new world to me.