1. What does the man advise the woman to do ?
A. Clear up the room .
B. See the weather report.
C. Fetch no raincoat .
2. Where is the conversation most probably taking place ?
A. In the hotel .
B. In the supermarket .
C. At the book office .
3. What will the woman probably do next ?
A. Wash the dishes .
B. Go to rest .
C. Eat some food .
4. Why was James sad ?
A. He was afraid his team would fail in the match.
B. He thought that he might be forced to leave the team.
C. He was taken off the team by other members.
5. What does the man mean ?
A. He agrees to have a party if the woman arranges everything well.
B. He doesn’t agree to have a party .
C. He doesn’t like the woman’s friends .
6. Where is the man probably staying at present ?
A. In Shanghai .
B. In New York .
C. In Beijing .
7. When will the man leave ?
A. At 9:30 p.m .
B. 13:30 p.m .
C. 9:30 a.m .
8. Which bus goes to the Holiday Inn ?
A. Bus No.40 .
B. Bus No.14 .
C. Bus No.4 .
9. Where is the Holiday Inn ?
A. Behind the library .
B. Beside the library .
C. In front of the library .
听第 8段材料,回答第 10至 12题。
10. Where does this conversation probably taking place ?
A. In the plane .
B. On the train .
C. In the ship.
11. How does the woman feel in the trip?
A. She feels home sick .
B. She feels air sick .
C. She feels sea sick .
12.What can be of help to the ears’ feeling funny ？
A. Keeping off noises .
B. Staying still .
C. Chewing some chewing-gum .
听第 9段材料,回答第 13至 16题。
13. How does the man go to work ?
A. By bus .
B. By taxi .
C. By tube .
14. How can you get inside the train ?
A. Insert the token(金属代币) and push the bar.
B. Show your ticket at the gate .
C. Just push the button .
15. Where can you find the name of each station ?
A. At the gate .
B. On all the columns .
C. On each train .
16. How often does a train run ?
A. Every five minutes .
B. Every ten minutes .
C. Now and then .
17. When was Grange built ?
A. 125 years ago .
B. 150 years ago .
C. 200 years ago.
18. What is the most interesting thing on Saturday ?
A. Watching people bake bread the way it was .
B. Seeing the old furniture .
C. Baking the bread by yourself .
19. How long will we be stopping at Bridgeton Castle ?
A. Half an hour .
B. 15 minutes .
C. An hour .
20. What can we learn from the passage ?
A. Henry Pellet loved his wife very much .
B. Henry Pellet didn’t love his wife any more.
C. Henry Pellet’s wife didn’t love him any more .
阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项(A 、B 、C 和 D )中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
A. 9:00 a.m.
B. 10:30 a.m.
C. 2:00 p.m.
D. 3:30 p.m.
22. If you want to improve your speaking skills, you can go to____________.
A. Room 501
B. Room 502
C. Room 601
D. Room 602
23. Nearpod can be used to ______.
A. offer grammar tests
B. teach listening on-line
C. help vocabulary learning
D. gain fluency in speaking
As a young man, Al was a skilled artist. He had a wife and two fine sons. One night, his older son developed a serious stomachache. Thinking it was only some intestinal (肠内的)disorder, neither Al nor his wife took the condition very seriously. But the boy died suddenly that night.
Knowing the death could have been avoided if he had only realized the seriousness of the situation, he always felt he was guilty. To make matters worse, his wife left him a short time later, leaving him alone with his six-year-old younger son. The hurt and pain of the two situations were more than Al could handle, and he turned to alcohol(烈酒) for help. In time Al became an alcoholic.
As the alcoholism progressed, Al began to lose everything he possessed — his home, his land, his art objects, etc. Finally Al died alone in a small bar. When I heard of Al’s death, I thought, “What a totally wasted life! What a complete failure!”
As time went by, I began to reconsider my earlier judgment. I knew Al’s now adult son, Ernie. He is one of the kindest, most caring, most loving men I have ever known.
I saw the love between Ernie and his children, thinking that kindness and love had to come from somewhere.
I hadn't heard Ernie talk much about his father. One day I worked up my courage to ask him what on earth his father had done so that he became such a special person.
Ernie said quietly, “As a child until I left home at 18, Al came into my room every night, gave me a kiss and said, ‘I love you, son.’ "
Tears came to my eyes as I realized what a fool I had been to judge Al as a failure. He had not left any material possessions behind. But he had been a kind loving father, and he left behind his best love.
24.What directly made he author think of Al as a failure?
A. His losing everything and his wife.
B. His older son’s death.
C. His strong addiction to alcohol.
D. His wife’s divorcing him.
25. What can we infer from Al’s son Ernie?
A. His father’s life was indeed wasted.
B. He was not very kind but very loving
C. The love from his father made him what he was.
D. A great fortune must have been left to him.
26. Which of the following changed the writer’s earlier jud gment?
A. Al’s son, Ernie, grew into a kind, loving and caring person.
B. Al was indeed very wealthy and left behind lots of material possessions
C. Al had been totally devoted to educating his son, Ernie.
D. Al was not only responsible for his son but also for his own success.
27. What might be the best title of the article?
A. A skilled artist!
B. A failure father!
C. Parents’ love!
D. Love you, son!
At thirteen, I was diagnosed（诊所）with kind of attention disorder. It made school difficult for me. When everyone else in the class was focusing on tasks, I could not.
In my first literature class, Mrs. Smith asked us to read a story and then write on it, all within 45 minutes. I raised my hand right away and said, “Mrs. Smith, you see, the doctor said I have attention problems. I might not be able to do it.”
She glanced down at me through her glasses, “you are no different from your classmates, young man.”
I tried, but I didn’t finish the reading when the bell rang. I had to take it home.
In the quietness of my bedroom, the story suddenly all became clear to me. It was about a blind person, Louis Braille. He lived in a time when the blind coul dn’t get much education. But Louis didn’t give up. Instead, h e invented a reading system of raised dots（点）, which opened up a whole new world of knowledge to the blind.
Wasn’t I the “blind” in my class, being made to learn like the “sighted” students? My thoughts spilled out and my pen started to dance. I completed the task within 40 minutes. Indeed, I was no different from others; I just needed a quieter place. If Louis could find his way out of his problems, why should I ever give up?
I didn’t exp ect anything when I handled in my paper to Mrs. Smith, so it was quite a surprise when it came back to me the next day-with an “A” on it. At the bottom of the paper were these words: “See what you can do when you keep trying?”
28. The author didn’t finish the reading in class because .
A. He was new to the class
B. He had an attention disorder
C. He was tried of literature
D. He wanted to take the task home
29.What do we know about Louis Braille from the passage?
A. He made a great invention
B. He had good sight
C. He gave up reading
D. He learned a lot from school
30.What was Mrs. Smith’s attitude to the author at the end of the story?
31.What is the main idea of the passage?
A. The disabled should be treated with respect.
B. A teacher can open up a new world to students.
C. Everyone needs a hand when faced with challenges.
D. One can find his way out of difficulties with efforts.
In a computer age，a broadband Internet connection is very popular now．Whether cable or mobile broadband，today’s connections are many times faster than those in the early days. Videos play smoothly, complex websites load quickly，and files download much faster than ten years ago．And the files are much bigger too．There’s a hidden problem：You have to live near enough to a major city to get broadband Internet. If you don’t，it’s slow dial-up access for you. And for those living really far out，there may be no Internet access at all．
Technology experts often talk about the “last mile” problem，which refers to the difficulty of bringing Internet access to remote locations．In cities and suburbs(郊区)，it’s relatively easy to provide access for everyone．It is much more difficult to deliver access to those living far from cities，especially in developing countries．Internet service providers, for their part，have been reluctant to provide access to sparsely(稀疏地)populated areas．The handful of Internet users they would r each wouldn’t cover the expense.
But every year, technological advancements allow of more and more Internet users. Most broadband connections today run over existing cable TV and telephone lines although these technologies aren’t available everywhere．
Some companies have delivered the Internet over standard power lines. Advancements in cheaper more efficient fiber optics cables(光纤电缆)promise to bring extremely fast Internet connections to more users．Still, the “last mile” problem remains hard to deal with．There will always be somewhere that doesn’t have an affordable broadband connection．But someday that might not matter．If the rapid progress in cell phone technology is any indication，it may not be too long before an Internet connection simply follows you wherever you go.
32．Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. Internet connections have been popular everywhere．
B. The problem of Internet access hasn’t been completely dealt with.
C. Internet service providers are willing to care about rural (农村的) customers．
D. Computer can’t become popular in developing countries．
33．Paragraph 4 mainly tells us that technological advancements_______.
A. make it possible for more people to use the Internet
B. bring great change to people’s e veryday life
C. bring faster Internet connections to users
D. make TV and telephone available everywhere
34．What may eventually settle the “last mile ”problem?
A .The broadband connection’s getting faster．
B. More and more Internet connections．
C. The rapid progress in cell phone technology．
D. More and more Internet users.
35．The best title for this passage may be________．
A. Internet Connections Today
B. Internet Connections Need Improving
C. Progress in Internet Connections
D. Internet Connection Problems
Most of you love watching movies. They can be funny, sad, imaginative, inspiring, and so much more! There are so many possibilities and so many great movies to watch! The making of a movie usually begins with a script(剧本). 36 The producer is the person who is responsible for coordinating(协调) aspects of the film like budget and scheduling. The producer plans out how the project will be carried out and he usually starts by hiring a director!
37 The director will usually identify themes or feelings that he or she wants the movie to convey to its audience and will then assemble(聚集) all the other people who will be needed, such as costume-designers, makeup artists, special effects crew, stuntmen, cameramen, and, of course, actors!
Next, shooting begins! 38 Often a director will want to get several “takes” (versions) of a scene or moment and usually only a few minutes of the movie are finished in one day’s work. 39 So once filming is completed, the director must then work with editors to piece them all together, deciding which takes to use and adding in any special effects or touch-ups.
The entire process from acquiring the script to editing the scenes generally takes months or even years! Once it’s ready, the finished movie is then distributed to movie theatres. 40
A. People can watch and enjoy it in the theatre.
B. In movies, the director’s job is to bring the script to life on camera.
C. The producer plays a very important role in making a movie.
D. The way that movies are made has changed a lot over time.
E. It gets bought by a movie studio or a producer.
F. The actual filming can be a slow process.
G. Scenes are also usually not shot in order.
I loved working with my dad, but I hated a summer job he gave me. He owned a small 41 in Bank Street. In his shop, the most recently 42 person got the worst job, and the boss’ son was also 43 .
I didn’t want to spend hours 44 the frost on the ceiling of the walk-in freezer, and it was the Saturday afternoon’s job that I hated most. We received fresh 45 every day. Chicken sat in wooden boxes and was 46 with crushed ice. During the week, the ice and the blood of the chicken slowly leaked into the container 47 the chicken, creating its bloody smell.
There was only one 48 to get rid of the blood and wash the container: hold my 49 and carefully slide the container from under the chicken, as I tried not to 50 the contents over my clothes, and then 51 into the drain(下水道).
Soon, students 52 have cut lawns, painted houses, worked in offices, or maybe even worked in the butcher’s will 53 to school. Some will have great memories 54 others will come back with 55 ones.
Looking back, I think my father could have 56 me from my weekly hell. However, my dad, who’d dropped out of school to help support his family after his father died, was a teacher for me 57 . He knew treating me 58 from his other employees would be an unfair thing. Most importantly, he taught me to 59 those who do the hard and 60 tasks in life.
For the next s ix summers, I returned not as the boss’ son, but as one of other guys, and I cleaned the dirty container every Saturday afternoon.
41. A. grocery B. chain C.book D. butcher’s
42. A.invited B. hired C. trained D. received
43. A. included B. interested C.affected D. offered
B. tearing up
C. cleaning up
D. carrying on
44. A. looking
45. A. fruit B.chicken C. vegetable D. grain
47. A. under B. above C. beside D. below
48. A. way B. chance C. reason D. place
49. A. arm B. head C. nose D. breath
50. A. touch B. splash C. find D. notice
51. A. break B. divide C. allow D. empty
52. A. who B. which C. what D. when
53. A. adapt B. go C. return D. apply
54. A. when B. since C. while D. because
56. A. forced B. treated C. pushed D. spared
57. A. in fact B. in case C. at home D. at heart
58. A. warmly B. carefully C. kindly D. differently
59. A. witness B. appreciate C. hurt D. influence
60. A. easy B. vital C. dirty D. funny
I was in the ninth year when I began to suffer depression. My parents noticed but felt that since I’d always been 61 good child, this was temporary.
62 (fortunate), it was not to be so. I didn’t have friends. Hardly could I share my problems. Deep worry began to destroy my 63 (confident).
Finally I refused to attend classes, 64 (shut) myself in my room for hours.
The examination was approaching, but I simply didn’t care. My parents and teachers were surprised 65 my bad performance. One morning, after a particularly severe lecture from my father, I stood at the school gate, 66 (depress). Then as the other students marched to their classrooms, our headmaster called me. The next forty-five minutes was one of the 67 precious moments in my life. She said she 68 ( notice) a big change in me and wondered why. At first she took my hands in 69 (she) and listened patiently as I mentioned my worries. Then she hugged me as I wept. Months of frustration and loneliness disappeared in her motherly hug.
No one had tried to understand what the real problem was except the headmaster, 70 helped me out simply by listening and hugging.
I’m going to study in the senior middle school on September. I can live either at school and at home. But I can’t decide beca use both has advantages and disadvantages. At home, I have my own room, but I can have
a good sleep. However, I have to share one room with 5-6 student
at school. Maybe I can’t sleep good. It’s a problem. Although I can have better food at home, I enjoy eat with my classmates. I think it’s a great fun and I can make more friends. If I live at home, I’ll have ride to school. It's a waste of time and not safely. It’s so hard to make a decision.
假如你是李华，计划和同学去敬老院（nursing home）陪老人们过重阳节（the Double Ninth Festival）。请给外教(foreign teacher)露西写封邮件，邀她一同前往，内容包括：
Looking forward to your reply.
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阅读理解：21-23 CDC 24-27 ACAD 28-31 BACD 32-35 BACD
七选五： 36-40 EBFGA
完型填空 41-45 DBACB 46-50 CAADB 51-55 DACCB 56-60 DADBC
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9.在have 与ride 之间加上to 10.safely改为 safe
I’d like to invite you to joi n us for a visit to the nearby nursing home next Saturday for the Double Ninth Festival. It is the day for the elderly in our culture. We’ll go and make dumplings and cakes with the elderly people there. We’ll also spend some fun time together singing, dan cing and playing games, which we hope will make them happy. We should be back around 4 o’clock in the afternoon. If you are able to come with us, please let us know and we’ll wait for you at the gate at 9 in the morning.
Looking forward to your reply.