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1 A. It was sunny. B. It is terrible.
C. It is foggy.
2 A. Collecting stamps. B. Water-skiing.
C. Playing computer games.
3 A. This way, please. B. Many thanks.
C. Either is OK.
6 A. Tom got a letter from Mike this morning. B. Tom met Mark this morning.
C. Tom heard of Mike this morning.
7 A. The flowers are very sweet. B. The flowers have a sweet smell.
C. The flowers have sweet in them.
8 A. The bus broke down on the way. B. The bus didn’t stop to pick me up.
C. There were many people on the bus.
9 A. The boy lost his way in the forest. B. The boy was afraid to get lost.
C. The went to the forest alone.
10 A. The road is dangerous. B. It’s dangerous at the crossing of the road.
C. You’d better not cross the road now.
11 Why do they have to stay home?
A. They want to do some reading. B. The weather is too bad.
C. They are afraid of rainy weather.
12 Where are they talking?
A. In a restaurant. B. In the library.
C. In a hospital.
13 What colour is the purse?
A. Blue. B. Black.
14 Where will they meet?
A. By the entrance. B. In the park.
C. At the ice-cream shop.
15 What is John’s mother doing?
A. She’s going out. B. She’s doing some washing.
C. She’s thinking about the time.
16 Is the man often late?
A. Yes, he is. B. No, he isn’t.
C. Yes, but only when he missed the bus.
17 What is the reason(理由) the man gave for his being late?
A. He got up late. B. He didn’t catch the bus.
C. A thief stole his bicycle.
18 How did Jane tell that she was ill?
A. She emailed Mary.. B. She called Mary.
C. She visited Mary.
19 Why is Dave not in the office?
A. He’s got a bad cold. B. He is having a holiday.
C. He is getting ready for a trip.
20. What is Mark doing?
A. He is travelling by plane. B. He is talking with Mary.
C. He is working at his computer.
21 What does the boy show his interest in?
A. Maths. B. English. C. Science.
22 What kind of sport is the boy good at?
A. Running. B. 800 meters. C. Ball games.
23 How does the boy get to school?
A. On foot. B. By bike. C. By bus.
24 Where does the usually spend his free time?
A. On the playground. B. On his uncle’s farm.
C. In his father’s business.
25 What does the boy want to do in the future?
A. To be a tractor driver. B. To sit in an office.
C. To have his own farm.
26 ---Could you look after my garden while I’m away?
A. With pleasure. B. Hold on please.
C. I agree with you. D. That’s a good idea.
27 ---I’m terribly sorry to have stepped on your foot.
A. You’re so polite. B. That’s OK.
C. It didn’t hurt me. D. Please don’t do that again.
28 ---Do you think it will be cool tomorrow?
---___________. It has been too hot for a week.
A. I hope so. B. I’m afraid so.
C. So it is. D. Of course not.
29 ---How are you getting on with your classmates?
---__________. I got to know them.
A. Very good. B. Much easier.
C. Much better. D. Very early.
30 ---Dad, what shall we do now?
---___________. It’s still early.
A. You are disturbing me. B. You mended the radio.
C. You’ve had your lunch. D. You may go to the supermarket.
31 ---Look at the dress there on the shelf. Is that what you want?
A. I don’t think I’ll take it B. thank you for your help
C. it’s kind of you to say so D. it’s too high
32 ---Why didn’t you buy any fruit on your way back?
---Sorry, I ________ to take any money with me.
A. remembered B. afforded C. forgot D. stopped
33 ---Excuse me, does Mr Smith’s son live here?
---He _________ be here, but he has moved.
A. has to B. used to C. tried to D. happened to
34 ---What did you do with your car?
---I lost my key, so I had to _________ it in the park.
A. lock B. repair C. leave D. pass
35 ---Have you written anything on Chinese traditional food so far?
---__________, but I have a plan for it.
A. Ever since B. Later on C. Not yet D. From now on
36 ---When can we discuss the problem?
---___________ when we can, we must prepare for it right now.
A. No matter B. Even though C. As soon as D. So that
37 ---Do you know ________ he is?
---He says “1.75 meters”, but I’m not sure.
A. how many B. how old C. how far D. how tall
38 ---All right, and what about some melons and grapes?
---Oh, yeah. _________ of us likes them.
A. Every one B. All C. No one D. Most
39 ---Thanks to the building of the Three Gorges Dam(三峡大坝), traffic becomes much better.
---So it is, and floods and droughts can ___________, too.
A. prevent B. be preventing C. be prevented D. prevents
40 ---More and more people think __________ necessary to let the students teach themselves.
---That’s true. They can improve themselves in this way.
A. it has B. it B. that D. it does
And now if you often listen to this programme, you’ll know that it’s time for our weekly competition. Last week’s (41) of two theatre tickets was won by Bill Martins. Congratulations, Bill. I hope you’ve (42) your tickets by now. This week we are (43) a classical(经典的) CD to the first listener who can name the piece of music and the person who (44) it. I’m going to play the piece of music in a few minutes, but (45) I do, you need to get a pencil and a piece of paper, as I’m going to give you some (46) which should make your job a little easier. Are you ready? Right. Now listen carefully, as you might be this week’s (47) winner.
Although the person who wrote the music was born in Italy, he spent most of his (48) in Spain. Have you got that? On to the second point: There is also a (49) play which has the same title(标题) as this music and which is usually performed in the open air in the summer. Any (50) yet? I should warn you that it’s not that easy. Now for the next point: When this piece of music was first performed, many people in the audience got up and (51). They thought the music was terrible and said it was a waste of their money. It’s (52) really, when you think how (53) it is today. And now for the last point. Part of his music has been used for an advertisement which you can see on (54), in a lot of magazines and even on your cinema screen from next month. I’m sure when you hear the music, you’ll know what the advertisement is (55). I’m not going to tell you what product(产品) it is, because that would almost give you the answer!
So, that’s four things to remember. If you can give us the answer, please ring . And the music is coming up now...
41 A. puzzle B. prize C. expression D. contribution
42 A. spent B. examined C. received D. noticed
43 A. selling B. agreeing C. becoming D. offering
44 A. preferred B. wrote C. quarrelled D. practised
45 A. because B. until C. unless D. before
46 A. sonata B. friendship C. help D. secret
47 A. correct B. lucky C. successful D. funny
48 A. life B. composition C. favourite D. dream
49 A. magical B. famous C. modern D. unknown
50 A. question B. idea C. thing D. body
51 A. walked out B. enjoyed themselves C. sang together D. fell off
52 A. frustrating B. amazing C. disturbing D. rewarding
53 A. painful B. opposite C. necessary D. popular
54 A. presence B. watch C. television D. experience
55 A. of B. for C. near D. across
A month ago I had no idea that on a Saturday afternoon in November I would be hanging 39 meters above the ground and enjoying it. Now I looked down on the river far below me, and realized why people like rock-climbing.
My friend Matt and I arrived at the Activity Centre on Friday evening. The accommodation(食宿) wasn’t wonderful, but we had everything we needed, beds, food and so on. And we were pleased to be out of the city in the fresh air.
On Saturday morning we met the other ten members of our group. Cameron had come along with two friends, Kevin and Simon, while sisters Carole and Lynn had come with Amada. We had come from different places and none of knew the area.
We knew we were going to spend the weekend outdoors, but none of us was sure exactly how. Half of us spent the morning caving（钻山洞） while the others went rock-climbing and then we changed at lunchtime. Matt and I went to the cave first. Climbing out was harder than going in, but after a good deal of pushing, we went out at last---covered with mud(泥浆) but pleased and excited by what we’d done.
56 What is the writer trying to do in the text?
A. Describe some people she met
B. Tell people to go to the Activity Centre.
C. Say how she spent some free time.
D. Ask people to join his group.
57 What can the reader learn from the text?
A. When it is the best to go outdoors.
B. How to get to the Activity Centre.
C. What kind of activities you can have at the Centre.
D. What are the business hours of the centre.
58 What do we learn about the group?
A. Some of them already knew each other.
B. Some of them had been there before.
C. They had already chosen their activities.
D. They came from the same city.
59 How do you think the writer might describe her weekend?
A. Interesting. B. Relaxing.
C. Frightening. D. Developing.
60 Which of the following advertisements describe the Activity Centre?
Activity Centre Activity Centre
Lying in the beautiful countryside. Lying in the beautiful countryside.
Accommodation and meals provided. Enjoy the best food and exciting activities
Make up your own timetable. Work with a family, 12 people a group
Caving and mountain-climbing are Take your food and drink with you while
exciting. in the cave.
Lying in the beautiful countryside. Lying in the beautiful countryside
You can spend the day doing outdoor Accommodation provided.
activities and we will go with you. We Work with a group---we’ll show you
will find you accommodation with a many activities that you didn’t
local family. realize you could do!
When I opened the first “Body Shop” in 1976, what I wanted to do was to earn(挣) enough money to feed my children. Today “The Body Shop” is a great company growing fast all around the world. In the years since we began, I have learned a lot. Much of what I have learned will be found in this book, because I believe that we, as a company, have something worth saying about how to run a successful business without giving up what you really believe in.
It’s not an ordinary business book. It is not just about my life, either. The message is that to succeed in business you have to be different. Business can be fun, a business can be run with love and it can do good. In business, as in life, I need to enjoy myself, to have a feeling of my family and to feel excited by something unusual. I have always wanted the people who work for “The Body Shop” to feel the same way.
Now this book sends these ideas out into the world, makes them public. I’d like to think there are no limits(界限) to our “family”, no limits to what can be done. I find that an exciting thought. I hope you do, too.
61 What is the writer’s main purpose(目的) in writing this text?
A. To tell the reader her life story.
B. To tell people how she brought up her children.
C. To let people know how rich she was.
D. To introduce her ideas to the reader.
62 What would someone learn from this text?
A. How to make a lot of money.
B. How to write a book about business.
C. What the book is about.
D. What the writer’s family is like.
63 How does the writer feel about the business she runs?
A. It’s the biggest company in the world.
B. It will possibly be more successful.
C. It’s the most successful business.
D. It is the only company that is growing all around the world.
64 What kind of workers does the writer like to employ(雇用)?
A. Those who have the same ideas as she does.
B. Those who get on well with the public.
C. Those who can sell her books around the world.
D. Those who have big families and new ideas.
65 What kind of person does the writer seem to be?
A. She is mainly interested in making money.
B. She thinks running a business a different job.
C. She seems to be successful but unhappy.
D. She seems to be someone with strong confidence.
“I have to live on because life is so beautiful.” These words of one of my patients who suffers from（遭受） SARS continue to ring in my ears. This patient’s whole family has been infected(感染) with SARS--- her mother and brother have already died and her father is still seriously ill. I was deeply moved by her courage（勇气） and understood for the first time in my life the weight of my duty. I have to help others live on.
When I treated my first SARS patient on April 25, my only worry was that my knowledge in treating SARS patients was not enough. Many friends of mine keep asking why I’m not frightened. I think it takes no special courage to treat SARS. It is my duty to save other people’s lives and I was trained to do this. When you see a family suffering from SARS and seriously ill patients worrying about their dying relatives, the only thing you want to do is to try to help them.
I treat SARS patients as ordinary patients, never making them feel they are dangerous. I believe this mental support(精神支柱) is important to those suffering from loneliness and despair（绝望）. After a day’s work, when lying in bed at the hospital, the most beautiful sound I want to hear is my two-year-old son’s voice.
66 What do you think does the writer do?
67 What’s the Chinese for the underlined(划线) sentence in the text?
68 What made the writer feel worried when he first treated SARS patients?
69 Where does the writer live during his special work in treating SARS patients?
70 What does the writer think of his work?
71 Eating green food can help to keep you ____________(健康).
72 The store with a red sign sells ___________(男式) shoes and clothes.
73 People in the USA can’t drink beer or wine before they ____________(满) 21.
74 The moon is shining brightly in ____________(透过) the window on her face.
75 The Iraqis War _____________(持续) longer than expected.
76 She spoke so ___________ (声音小) that I could hardly hear her at first.
77 It took the firemen quite some time to get to the __________ (二十) floor.
78 The children are fed up with ___________(唱) the same song again and again.
79 The Browns often leave their elder son by _____________(自己).
80 It is said that __________(几个) more foreigners will come to our school soon.
IX 补全对话： 请根据对话内容，在下面对话的空白处填写适当的单词、短语或句子。注意所提示的标点符号。共5小题，计10分。
A: Good morning.
B: Good morning.
B: Yes. I’d like to buy some Chinese medicine for my headache.
A: Do you have a prescription(处方)?
B: Yes. （82）___________________________________.
A: Please sit down and wait for a moment.
B: (83) __________________________________________?
A: It’ll be ready in about ten minutes.
A: Let me see. Five ninety-five.
B: How should I take the medicine?
B: Thank you.
A: You’re welcome.
Birthday is usually an exciting day for children. Whenever you have a birthday, you are one year older. Perhaps that’s why you usually have different kinds of activities on the day. Now please write about one of your best birthdays in 50 to 70 words and at least 10 sentences. The following points should be included(包括).
1 when your best birthday was
2 what activities you had
3 describing one of the presents you got
4 why you thought it was the best birthday
You mustn’t use any real names in your passage(短文).
My Best Birthday
1 What was the weather like yesterday?
2 What’s your favourite sport?
3 Would you like some tea or orange juice?
4 Are you ready for an injection?
5 I’d like to see you walking on your toes.
6 Tom heard from Mike this morning.
7 The flowers smell really sweet.
8 The bus was crowded and I had to wait.
9 The boy got lost in the forest and began to cry.
10 It’s dangerous to cross the busy road.
11 A: Look at the rain! It’s too heavy.
B: I’m afraid we have to stay home and do some reading.
12 A: A table for two near the window, please.
B: This way, please.
13 A: Oh, dear! I can’t find wallet. Have you seen it?
B: Is the blue one on the table yours?
A: No, mine is black.
14 A: Will you meet me in the park?
B: OK. Where? By the entrance?
A: No, at the ice-cream shop, the one by the lake.
15 A: When can we go out, Mum?
B: In about half an hour, John, when I’ve finished the washing-up.
A: I’m sorry I’m late.
B: What happened? Did you get up late?
A: No, I didn’t get up late.
B: Did you miss the bus?
A: No I didn’t miss the bus.
B: Well, why are you late?
A: A thief stole my bicycle!
B: I can’t believe it! I can’t believe it.
A: The office is empty. Where is everybody this morning, Mary?
B: Well, Jane phoned to say that she had to take her son to school first and would come as soon as possible. Dave has got a bad cold and he says it will take him one or two days to get well. Sarah’s plane was late. She wants another day to get from her journey. At least Mark is here---he’s upstairs working at his computer.
A: I’m glad somebody’s here.
I’m 13 years old. My name is Mike Davis. I go to Hope School and I’m in Year One. I’m really interested in science but I find maths and especially English a bit hard. I’m good at running and I’ve run for the school team in the 800 meters.
My Dad sells farm machines. We live in the country about two kilometres from school, so I go to school by bicycle. My uncle has a farm and I spend most of my free time helping out there. I help him with the cows and like to do the milking every Saturday. My uncle’s got a tractor and he says I can’t drive it when I’m 15.
I want to work in the countryside when I leave school. I wouldn’t like to live in a town or sit in an office all day. My father thinks I should work in his business, but I want to be like my uncle and have my own farm one day.
41---45 BCDBD 46---50 CBABB 51---55 ABDCB
56---60 CCAAD 61---65 DCBAD
66 He’s a doctor.
67 A family (that has been) infected with SARS./ A family suffering from SARS.
68 His knowledge in treating SARS patients was not enough.
69 At/ In the hospital.
70 It’s his duty to save other people’s lives./to help his patients live on.
81 May/ Can I help you?
82 Here you are. / Please have a look.
83 How soon will it be ready?
84 How much is it?
85 Twice/ Three times a day (before/ after meals)….
1 when your best birthday was （2分）
2 what activities you had and where （3分）
3 describing one of the presents you got （5分）
4 why you thought it was the best birthday （4分）