英 语 试 卷
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听第一段对话，回答第7 – 8两道小题。
( ) 7. Where is the woman going?
A. To a middle school
B. To a sports center.
C. To a small hill.
( ) 8. Where will the woman have to turn?
A. On the first corner.
B. On the second corner.
C. On the third corner.
听第二段对话，回答第9 – 11三道小题。
( ) 9. What’s the relationship between Jane and Bill?
A. Mother and Son. B. Classmates. C. Teacher and Student.
( ) 10. Why is Bill afraid to hand in his homework by himself?
A. Because he has no time.
B. Because it is late again.
C. Because the teacher is not kind.
( ) 11. What has Jane agreed to do?
A. To help him only this time.
B. To go to Ms Smith with him.
C. To have a talk with Ms Smith.
请听一段独白，回答第12 – 14三道小题。
( ) 12. How many rules does the speaker say?
A. Three. B. Four. C. Five.
( ) 13. What can you do in the animal house according to the rules?
A. We can shout. B. We can run. C. We can talk.
( ) 14. Which is a reason for never feeding the animals?
A. They are not very hungry.
B. Your feeding may cause problems.
C. Your food is bad for animals.
( ) 15. Mike lost his key. _____ couldn’t enter his room.
A. He B. She C. His D. Her
( ) 16. – Shall we go to the City Museum this Friday?
– We have to make it another day. It is closed _____ Friday.
A. at B. on C. in D. from
( ) 17. – Where is your father, Amy?
– Look. He _____ the garden over there.
A. waters B. is watering C. watered D. has watered
( ) 18. – _____ do you usually get up in the morning?
– At six thirty.
A. Who B. What C. Where D. When
( ) 19. I don’t have any more exercise-books. I need to buy _____.
A. all B. any C. some D. no
( ) 20. The _____ is a kind of healthy fruit. I like it a lot.
A. apple B. bread C. pork D. water
( ) 21. – What will you do if this camera _____ work?
– I can use my camera cell phone.
A. don’t B. doesn’t C. won’t D. didn’t
( ) 22. Would you mind _____ your TV a bit? I’m working now.
A. turning off B. turning down
C. turning on D. turning around
( ) 23. – _____ I use your dictionary?
– Certainly. Here you are.
A. Should B. Need C. May D. Must
( ) 24. Wangfujing Street is one of _____ streets in Beijing. Let’s go there for a shopping trip.
A. busy B. busier C. busiest D. the busiest
( ) 25. To make the 29th Olympic Games a great success, we Chinese ____ a lot since 2001.
A. do B. will do C. did D. have done
( ) 26. We _____ a good time at Jim’s party last night.
A. will have B. have C. had D. are having
( ) 27. – Why are you here, Ben?
– Harry told me _____ for you here.
A. to wait B. wait C. waiting D. waited
( ) 28. _____ is very interesting. I can recite it well.
A. The first lesson B. First lesson
C. The lesson one D. One lesson
( ) 29.The story is quite interesting, _____ it’s a little too long.
A. and B. or C. but D. so
( ) 30. No food _____ in my class. This is a rule.
A. can eat B. eats C. is eaten D. can be eaten
( ) 31. – Could we meet at 4:30?
A. Never mind. B. OK, I will. C. All right. D. I’d love to.
( ) 32. I didn’t hear _____ clearly. Could you say it again, please?
A. what you said B. what did you say
C. what you say D. what do you say
Early last Saturday morning, the doorbell rang so loudly that every one of my family was woken up. My husband went to _33____ the door and a few minutes later he came back with a large parcel in his hand. The parcel was for Tom, our son, and _34____ had arrived just in time.
After _35____ Tom discovered the parcel, and he looked at the stamp on the parcel, “It’s from Uncle Sam,” he shouted_36___. Even though Sam was in America, he had not forgotten Tom’s birthday. Tom wanted to open the parcel right away _37____ he was eager (渴望的) to see what birthday present Uncle Sam had _38____ to him. But I stopped him firmly. His birthday’s not until tomorrow. “You _39____ open it tomorrow morning together with your other presents,” I said to him. Tom was really a _40____ boy. The next day, _41____ was just as excited as Tom when they discovered that there was an electric train set in the parcel. They went upstairs immediately to put it together.
Tom was with his father for about an hour but finally _42____ playing with the toy train and went into the living room to see the rest of his presents.
About lunch time, I came into _43____. “Where’s your father?” I asked, “I’ve been looking for him everywhere.”
“He’s in the hall, Mum.” Tom answered, “He put my train set together this _44____ and he has been playing with it ever since.”
( ) 33. A. close B. open . C. clean D. fix
( ) 34. A. he B. she C. they D. it
( ) 35. A. breakfast B. lunch C. supper D. dinner
( ) 36. A. loudly B. clearly C. excitedly D. surprisingly
( ) 37. A. so B. when C. before D. because
( ) 38. A. made B. bought C. brought D. posted
( ) 39. A. must B. should C. may D. need
( ) 40. A. clever B. good C. rich D. lively
( ) 41. A. my wife B. his uncle C. my husband D. his friend
( ) 42. A. got tired of B. got tired after
C. got used to D. got busy
( ) 43. A. the hall B. our bedroom
C. his bedroom D. the living room
( ) 44. A. morning B. afternoon C. evening D. night
The chart below shows the common health problems that happen to the people who often use the Internet for over four hours at a time. The numbers by Y-axis shows percentage (百分比) of the people who have a certain problem.
( ) 45. How many physical problems does the chart show?
A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. D. Five.
( ) 46. ______ of the people may have stomachache according to the chart.
A. 70%. B. 60%. C. 50%. D. 30%.
( ) 47. Which is the third biggest problem according to the chart?
A. Bad sleep. B. Bad eyesight.
C. High blood pressure. D. Stomachache.
Robinson was born in a poor family. At seven, he had to pick coal in a deserted mine near his home, and then he sold what he had picked and earned a few coins to help his parents. He had no schooling, for being so poor, how could they afford school fees?
When he was fifteen, he worked as a servant in a school. Looking at other children studying in the classroom, he felt sorry for himself. In the day time, after the sweeping and cleaning was over, he could stand by the window outside the classroom trying to catch what the teacher said. At night, he tried his best to remember what he learned during the day. He worked so hard at the lesson that he sometimes had just three or four hours’ sleep. The more he learned, the greater interest he had. A maths teacher discovered him and came to like this diligent (勤奋的) boy and allowed him to sit at the back of the class. In one exam, he came first in grade in the whole school. He would have been given the scholarship if he had been a regular boy of the school.
Robinson struggled through six long years with his study of maths and wrote several articles which caught the attention of some university professors. They appreciated (欣赏)his diligence as well as his cleverness. To give him the better chance they hired him as a librarian (图书管理员)and offered him free guidance. Robinson was filled with joy, for he felt that before him there was a broad road leading to success. (264 w)
( ) 48. When he was very small, Robinson didn’t go to school because _____ .
A. there was no school there B. his family was poor
C. the school didn’t want him D. he didn’t like school
( ) 49. When he was a teenager, Robinson _____.
A. went to school B. left school
C. lived in a school D. worked in a school
( ) 50. At the end of the story, Robinson was sure that he ____ .
A. would no longer worry about his future life
B. would work in the library for a long time
C. would become successful in business
D. would become successful in learning
( ) 51. The best title for the passage is _____.
A. Diligence Makes a Success
B. Cleverness Makes a Success
C. A Boy’s Early life
D. A Boy’s Early Education
“You don’t listen!” says your friend.
When you answer, “But I do. I can repeat every word you just said!” It doesn’t seem to be good enough.
“No,” she says, “you don’t listen.”
What’s wrong? Scientists tell us that words give us only 35 percent of what we mean. The rest? Body language. In other words, you may hear the words but not the “tune”.
Body language. You know about the hitchhiker’s thumb. That sign is clear. But what is the sign for a pretty girl? An Arab strokes his beard (捋胡须). An Italian pulls on one of his ear lobes (耳垂). An Englishman looks slowly away.
Body language, if you look for it, is all over the place.
When two people like each other, they show it. They hold their bodies straighter. Eyes are bright. Skin may be pinker. And each preens. The girl works with her hair. The boy combs his hair, straightens his tie – or his shirt – and pulls up his socks.
When you are looking at the other person, you show interest. When you fail to make eye contact, you give the impression that the other person is of no importance.
Words are only part of talking. The rest takes in body movements, dress, eye contact, and, of course, the tone of the voice. Recently I went to a meeting of some teachers. Two teachers were arguing. What the lady was saying was polite enough. Her voice, though, gave her away. It kept getting higher and angrier by the minute. She was saying – in words – that there were two sides to the matter. But what she was really saying – with her tone of voice – was “I hate you!” When the man told her that she was showing anger by her voice – and her whole body – she did not agree. She was not aware of her real feelings. But her body language told the story.
( ) 52. We come to know about ______ for a pretty girl in different places.
A. one sign B. two signs C. three signs D. four signs
( ) 53. If you “hear the words, but don’t get the tune,” it means that you ______.
A. didn’t hear what the person said to you
B. didn’t get the person’s real message
C. didn’t listen to the person
D. didn’t notice the person’s tone of voice
( ) 54. People who like each other show it by _____ according to the passage.
A. telling each other about it
B. holding their bodies straight
C. looks and dress
D. body language
( ) 55. This passage means to tell us that ____.
A. body language and words are both important
B. body language helps people understand others fully
C. there are different kinds of body language
D. it’s important to know some examples of body language
二、词汇 – 阅读下面短文，选用方框中的恰当词语填空，注意其形式正确（共7分，每小题1分）。
friendly, enjoy, and, class, boy, maths, have,
________________________ my cell phone
and I can’t use it now.
For me, basketball is ___________________ football.
It is ____________________ . Let’s go for a picnic in a park.
_________________________________exercise an hour a day.
____________________________________ about this matter immediately.
Sudden shaking of the ground makes an earthquake. It is caused by a sudden rock movement underground. Earthquakes usually happen in long narrow belts, where different large plates of rock meet.
In spite of much research and wonderful equipment, it is impossible to predict(预测)an earthquake accurately (准确地), although experts can estimate roughly (大概推测) an earthquake coming in a particular region. So everyone needs to learn a bit about how to keep himself safe in an earthquake. As you may know, the greatest danger of an earthquake comes from falling buildings and structures and flying glass, stones and other objects. Please read on for some tips about how to stay safe in an earthquake:
● If you are indoors, find a secure location to wait out the quake, such as under a heavy table or desk. Doorways are among the safest places to stand because you can brace yourself between two walls. However, watch out for swinging doors. Stay away from windows.
● If you are outdoors, try to get into an open area, away from falling buildings, power lines, trees, etc.
● If you are in a crowded public area, crouch down, with your hands protecting your head and neck.
● If you are in your car, pull over to the side, away from power lines and overpasses, and stay inside the car until the shaking has subsided. 226 w
17. Does the earthquake usually happen in long narrow belts?
18. Can we predict an earthquake accurately or not?
19. What causes an earthquake?
20. Why does the author tell us to protect our heads and necks with our hands in a public area?
21. What does the author tell us mainly about in the passage?
my best friend, clever, play together, help, think, happy, friendship, important,
1 – 6小题，15 – 44小题，每小题1分；7 – 8 小题每道1.5分；45 – 55，每小题2分。
1. Tom; 2. eight/ 8; 3. Star;
4. A. call Tom to tell him about your plan / idea // call Tom (back) – 2分；
B. call me (back) – 1分。
二、词汇：5. class; 6. boys; 7. friendly; 8. have; 9. maths; 10. and; 11. enjoy.
12. There’s something wrong/ There has been something wrong;
13. as interesting as; 14. neither cold nor hot;
15. It’s important for us to/ to do/ to have/ to take;
16. You’d better let the teacher know
17. Yes, it does./ Yes.
18. We can’t predict an earthquake accurately./ We can’t. 2分；No, we can’t. 1分
19. A (sudden) rock movement underground.. 2分
A (sudden) rock movement. /A movement underground 1分
20. Because there are flying objects (during the earthquake). / There are flying objects during the earthquake. / He (She) wants us to protect our head and neck from flying objects. Because our head and neck are easy to get hurt by flying objects. / Because of flying objects there. 2分
There are flying objects./ Because flying objects. 1.5分
Because our head and neck are easy to get hurt. 1分
It’s dangerous in earthquake. 0.5分
21. The author tells us mainly about what an earthquake is and some tips about how to stay safe in an earthquake. /It’s mainly about an earthquake and some tips about how to stay safe in an earthquake. / He tells us about an earthquake and tips about how to stay safe then. / What an earthquake is and some tips about how to stay safe then. 2分 Earthquake and advice/ tips 0.5分
My best friend is Jin Zimei. We’re classmates. Jin is quite tall. She is good at math. She often helps me with math both in class and after class. When I find a math problem too difficult and go to her for help, she always explains it carefully to me. With her help, I got a better grade in the math test last term.
I’m very happy to have a friend like her. I think friendship is important to me.
My best friend is Jin Zimei. We’re classmates. Jin is kind and very interesting. When I’m ill and miss classes, she comes to my home to help me with the lessons. Sometimes I’m in trouble and feel sad. Then she tries to talk to me about something interesting and helps me to forget the sad story. Those are just part of the help I’ve had from her. She is the person who often thinks about others.
I’m very happy to have a friend like her. I think friendship is important to me.
My best friend is Jin Zimei. She is tall and clever. She is good at math. She often helps me with math.
We also play together. We both like watching basketball on TV. Yao Ming is our favorite star. We have a good time when we play or talk together.
My friend makes me happy. I think friendship is important to me. (62 w)
英 语 试 卷
1. W: Bill, is this your T-shirt?
M: No, it isn’t. I think it’s Jack’s. [Pause 5’’]
2. M: What’s the weather like this afternoon, Rose?
W: We’re going to have a rain according to the weather report. [Pause 5’’]
3. W: What’s your favorite sport, Tom?
M: Swimming. I usually go swimming twice every week. [Pause 5’’]
4. M: What did you do yesterday evening?
W: I practiced playing the piano with my teacher.
5. W: Is there a map of China in your classroom?
M: Yes, there is. [Pause 5’’]
6. M: Your father knows a lot about farms.
W: That’s true. He has worked on a farm for five years. (90w)
听第一段对话，回答第7 – 8两小题。现在你有5秒钟时间阅读下面的问题。
W: Excuse me, but could you tell me the way to the Red Hill Middle School?
M: The middle school or the medical school?
W: The middle school on the Main Street.
M: All right. You’re not far from the middle school now. Go down this street and turn left on the second corner. Then you will be on the Main Street and see a sports center. The middle school is just next to it. You won’t miss it.
W: Thanks a lot. 78 w 1’ [Pause 5’’]
听第二段对话，回答第9 – 11三道小题。现在你有10秒钟时间阅读下面的问题。
M: Hi, Jane. Will you go and see Ms. Smith in her office?
W: Well, I don’t think I need to go there now. But why, Bill?
M: I’d like you to help me by handing in my homework to her. I know it’s late.
W: Ms. Smith is a kind teacher. Why are you afraid to do it by yourself?
M: You see, this is not the first time I hand in my homework late. I…um…
W: Okay! I can do this for you this time, but only this time.
M: All right, Jane. Many thanks to you for your help. (101 w -1’)
请听一段独白，回答第12 – 14三道小题。现在你有10秒钟时间阅读下面的问题。
Hello, boys and girls,
Welcome to London Zoo. Ahead of you are hours of discovery and fun. While you're enjoying yourselves, we ask you to show your respect and care by following these rules:
First, please never feed the animals. Our animals are carefully fed. Any extra feeding may cause problems or even death.
Second, do not disturb the animals. You are not allowed to shout, or run in animal houses or alongside roads. The animals are most active early morning or late afternoon - resting during the day is a natural behavior. Trying to attract their attention by knocking on the glass windows or throwing stones is both unfair and cruel.
Thirdly, litter can kill animals. Please use the litter bins. Better still, recycle it.
Fourthly, be kind to the plants as well. Don’t pick flowers or plants.
Hope you have a great time here. 146 w
M: Hello, this is Tom. May I speak to Jack, please?
W: Good morning, Tom. I’m sorry, but he’s not at home right now.
M: Is that Mrs. Green?
W: Yes, you’re right, Tom.
M: Mrs. Green, do you mind if I leave a message?
W: Go ahead, please.
M: You know, there is a good film at the Star Cinema this evening. I’d really like Jack to go to the film with me. Will he be free this evening, Mrs. Green?
W: I don’t know for sure. But I can pass the message on to my son.
M: Great! Thank you, Mrs. Green. It is a war film called The Bridge. It begins at eight o’clock in the evening. Please tell him to call me before 7 o’clock and tell me whether he’s coming or not.
W: OK, but where is the film?
M: At the Star Cinema.
W: I’ve got it. I won’t forget to give the message to Jack. Thanks, Tom.
M: Thank you for taking the message, Mrs. Green. Bye!