1. Listen up, everybody! Show me your licence. Don’t ask . Just do it!
A. what B.when C.how D.why
2. — is it from the New Town to the old city centre?
—Less than 30minutes by underground.
A. How soon B. How often C. How long D. How far
3. It's really you not to tell your parents about the problems. Do you think you can solve them on your own?
A. smart of B. smart for C. silly of D.silly for
4. —I think we need to sit down and have a talk.
—I agree more. Let's take the bench over there.
A. could B. couldn't C. should D. shouldn't
5. The governments should the use of new types of energy to make a greener world.
A. push in B. push for C. put out D. put up
6. —The stuntman is planning to walk on the wings ofa flying plane.
—What?! I've never heard of idea before.
A. a crazier B. the crazier C. a craziest D. the craziest
7. Why did she get so mad? It was only a joke.
A. hopeless B. hopeful C. harmless D. harmful
8. —The school network will be shut down for safety reasons.
—That doesn't me at all.I'm not a net-worm, anyway.
A.satisfy B.surprise C.worry D.include
9. Too many people were absent. The chairperson warned that he the meeting if necessary.
A. would cancel B. cancelled C. would start D. started
10. —Is your sleeping problem getting better?
—No. And . They gave me the wrong medicine this time. Can you believe that?
A. a good miss is as good as a mile B. it never rains but it pours
C. the early bird catches the worm D. every dog has its day
11. I think you should complain, , of course, you are happy with the situation.
A. unless B. however C. until D. though
12. —What language is that guy speaking? I can hardly catch a single word!
— . He's from India, so I guess it is Hindi.
A. Neither I can B. Neither can I C. So I can D. So can I
13. I know he's been curious about everything, but that's . Be patient!
A. what do kids like B. what kids like C. what are kids like D. what kids are like
14. —I've decided to give up myjob, Mum.
— You’d better think twice.
A. Sounds great! B. What a pity! C. Guess what? D. Are you serious'l
I sat with my friend in a well-known coffee shop. As we enjoyed our coffee, a man entered and sat down beside us. He called the waiter and ordered, "Two cups of coffee, 15 of them there on the wall." We heard this with great 16 and saw that he was served with one cup ofcoffee but he paid for two. As soon as he left, the waiter 17 put a piece ofpaper on the wall saying "A Cup of Coffee". While we were still there, two other men had two cups of coffee but paid for three. 18 , the waiter did the same thing. It seemed that this was usual at this place. However, it was something strange for us. Since we had nothing to do with the 19 , we finished our coffee, paid and left.
After a few days, we again had a 20 to go to this coffee shop. While we were enjoying our coffee, a man entered. The way this man was dressed did not match the 21 of this coffee shop. As he seated himself, he looked at the wall and said, "One cup of coffee from the wall." The waiter served coffee to this man with the same 22 . The man had his coffee and left with武汉专治癫痫医院out paying. The waiter took off a piece of paper from the 23 and threw it in the dust bin. Now there was no 24 for us. The great kindness for the people in need shown by the people of this town filled up our eyes with tears.
15. A. both B. neither C. one D. none
16. A.joy B.interest C.effort D.fear
17. A. quickly B. suddenly C. wisely D. properly
18. A.Instead B.Again C.Indeed D.Anyway
19. A. shop B. waiter C. matter D. men
20. A. hurry B. time C. wish D. chance
21. A. style B. standard C. furniture D. colour
22. A.respect B.courage C.result D.custom
23. A. board B. table C. bill D. wall
24. A. choice B. clue C. doubt D. hope
From: firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Wed., Oct. 19
So you're my new pen friend. Let me tell you a bit about myself. I'm 14 years old and I live in
Calgary, Canada. I have two older brothers, Brian and Sam. I'm the only girl.
I love sports and I'm always looking for exciting new hobbies to try. I like playing baseball in winter.
It's fun beating the boys! But summer is my favourite time of the year. I love skateboarding and
rock climbing in summer.
Skateboarding's great because it's so fun and easy to learn! I often skateboard after school. There
are many places in the park where I can do stunts. I'm good at stunts like jumping and turning the
Rock climbing is also really fun. I usually climb with my dad on weekends. We can't do it on real
mountains very often because we live in the city. We do indoor rock climbing instead but it's not as
So that's me! How about you? Please write back soon!
Bye for now!
25. Who wrote this email?
A. Liam. B. Brian. C. Sam. D.Anne.
26. What is the writer like?
A.Active. B.Shy. C.Lazy. D.Kind.
27. The writer sent this emailin order to
A. describe some exciting sports B. look for a suitable pen friend
C. make a self-introduction D. show others his/her hobbies
One dollar a week
The doorway of the house where Chanaqer has a room. He is dressed in his best clothes, ready for
his evening out. He is going out as his friend, Jeff'White, comes in.
WHITE What are you doing this evening, Towers?
CHANDLER (Smiling) Tonight I'm going to live like a man with a million dollars!
WHITE What are you talking about? You haven't got a million dollars!
CHANDLER How much money are you and I paid each week, Jeff?
WHITE Eighteen dollars. Why?
CHANDLER And how much ofthat eighteen dollars do you spend each week?
WHITE All ofit, of course.
CHANDLER Well, I don't. Each week I save one dollar out of my eighteen. Then,evcry ten weeks, I can buy myself an evening to remember.
WHITE What do you do?
CHANDLER I put on my finest clothes, go to one of the best restaurants in New York,
eat the most expensive food on the menu, drink the best wine, and then take a taxi home!
WHITE ( 29 ) Why?
CHANDLER Why? Because it makes me feel wonderful to si沈阳市治疗癫痫病医院哪家强t with some of'the richcstpeople in America, and to make them think that I'm rich, too.
WHITE You're crazy!
CHANDLER (Laughing) Perhaps I am!
Mrs Black comes in.
MRS BLACK Ah, Mr Chandler. I wanted to see you.
CHANDLER Good evening, Mrs Black. What a lovely evening!
MRS BLACK Lovely evening perhaps, but you haven't paid me for your room thismonth. When am I going to get the money?
CHANDLER Soon, Mrs Black. Very soon.
Mrs Black looks at Chandler s clothes.
MRS BLACK You can spend money on expensive clothes, but you can't pay for your
room. Is that right?
CHANDLER (Hurrying away) Good night, Mrs Black!
28. This is most probably part of .
A. a play B. a novel C. a poem D. a speech
29. Which ofthe following is the most suitable for 29 ?
A. Excited B. Surprised. C. Bored. D. Scared
30. What can we learn about Chandler?
A. He is a man of great wealth. B. He is a man of great wisdom.
C. He is not very practical. D. He is not very confident.
"Well, just take a look at that wheel(航轮)!” Earl Cooper said to Candy, his wife. "It must be older than anything we have back home."
Earl was looking at the wall outside the pub(酒馆). The pub's name, The Old Swan, was on the wall. Next to the name was a wooden ship's wheel and in the middle of the wheel was the name of a ship, HMS Swan. The wheel was old, Earl could tell.
The next morning, Earl asked to see Tony Thatcher. The Old Swan was Tony's pub. He took
Earl to his office while Candy had a coffee outside by the river. Earl said he could give Tony a lot of money for the ship's wheel. He told Tony that Benjamin Cooper, his grandfather, went to America on the ship HMS Swan. But Tony said no at first. After all, the wheel was very old and it was part of the pub's past.
"You can think of the past, Mr. Thatcher - can I call you Ton y? - or you can think of today. And with the money, Tony, you can buy a good car. Maybe a new Jaguar? And, as l've told you, the wheel is part of my family's pastr too. So you could say it's going back home, in a way. So, what do you say?"
A month later, Earl and Candy were smiling as they looked at the wall of their house in Houston, Texas. Earl thought to himself that, at last, he had a piece of his family's past. He was happy.
In Portsmouth, Tony Thatcher was happy, too. He was putting his new Jaguar into his large garage( 车库). He was careful not to drive into any of tne six ship's wheels in the garage. A friend of his made the wheels for him. They were just like the one that Earl bought. And there was another wheel on the outside wall of The Old Swan now. Old or new - Tony thought there was no way that a tourist could ever know which was which. Never in a hundred years.
31. Why did Tony refuse to sell the wheel at first?
A. Because he thought it was old and part of the pub's past.
B. Because he wanted to show it was important to his pub.
C. Because he tried to sell it to someone else at a higher price.
D. Because he did not really believe what Earl had told him.
32. What can we infer(椎断) from the story?
A. Earl had looked for such a wheel for a long time before that.
B. Earl would soon find out the truth and become rather angry.
C. Tony had sold quite a few wheels like that ancl got wealthy,
D. Tony would play the same trick again to make more money.
33. Which ofthe following can be the best title ofthe story?
A. The Wheel on the Wal癫痫病人需要多久才能治好？l B. An Excellent Buy
C. Old or New - Who Knows D. the Family's Past
An early form ofa game in which a ball was kicked around a field is recorded in 1004 B.C. Japan. Some sports historians believe that the game of soccer began in England in the third century, however. They say that early English warriors(武士) kicked around the head of a k illed enemy. This may or may not be true, hut it is certain that soccer is an ancient sport.
Without doubt, the English played soccer during the times of King Edward I in the 1300s. In fact, the king passed a law against playing it. The law said, "There is great noise ... caused by kicking large balls from which many ghosts may appear." Anyone caught playing soccer at that t ime was put into prison. T:vo hundred years later, Queen Elizabeth I still had people put into prison for playing this "vulgar" sport.
Although there were such laws, soccer grew more popular. In 1681 it became an official(正式的) sport in England. By the 1800s, people throughout the country played soccer. By the 18th century, upper-class boys played it at schools. Its popularity grew among all English people.
At a meeting held in an English school in 1843, the first rules were suggested. In 1863 the heads of English soccer teams met in London to agree on some official rules. They organized an English football association(协会). By 1871 all of the English clubs were following these rulcs. Today all soccer teams play by them.
Soccer is called "football" everywhere but in the United States. The game is played mostly with feet. No players except the goalie (守门员 ) may touch the ball with their hands. They may control the ball with any part ofthe body except their hands.
Soccer is by far the world's most popular sport. Every four years, nearly every country in the world tlghts for the World Cup. Tens of billions of soccer fans from around the world watch the World Cup on television.
34. According to the passage, a "vulgar" sport probably
A. appears to be rude B. appears to be old
C. requires lots of energy D. requires good teamwork
35. Which ofthe following shows t he right order ofthe development ofthe game?
a. Upper-class boy students played it at schools.
b. An English football association was organized.
c. It became a popular sport throughout England.
d. The rules were accepted by all English clubs.
e. Playing the game was considered to be guilty.
A. e-c-a-b-d. B. e-c-a-d-b. C. e-a-c-b-d. D. e-a-c-d-b.
36. What can we learn from the passage?
A. It is certa in that soccer has a history ofover l,800 years.
B. The English had to play soccer in secret for two centuries.
C. Football is called "soccer" in the US because of the rules.
D. The king passed the law against the game for a stupid reason.
37. This passage is mainly about
A. why the game is so popular B. how the game has developed
C. what the game is like D. where the game first began
1. Life is like a (赛跑).You either take the lead or fall behind.
2. I thought about what she had said and stayed (醒着的)all night.
3. Hey! Relax! No one will (强迫)you to do that if you're not willing to.
4. Many countries speak (高度地)ofChina's high-speed railway technologies.
5. Don't look at me like that! I'm telling you the (true).
6. It is not polite to ask a stranger questions about his (person) life.
7. Red lanterns are often (hang) alon癫痫发作该怎么救治呢g the streets before Spring Festival.
8. The new system is now (wide) used by IT companies all over the world.
1. Trust me. I (keep) it between you and me, I promise. Talk now.
2. I'm so sorry that I (not understand) you, but I do now.
3. Sally loves chocolate. -Fhat (explain) why it's hard for her to lose weight.
4. If you have any trouble (use) the website,just click on this icon for help.
5. —Why didn't you answer my call?
—I (take) a shower. But I called you back as soon as I got out.
6. A big parade was held on Red Square (remember) the dead in World War II.
7. Cleverness is a gift; kindness is a choice. Gifts are easy - they (give) after all. Choices can be hard.
8. —Is the little baby in this photo me, Dad?
—It is. And now you (grow) into a young man. Where does the time go, huh?
六、阅读填空 先通读下面的短文，然后根据短文内容，在文章后表格的空格内填入一个最 恰当的单词。所填单词必须写在答题卡对应题号的横线上。每个空格只能一个单词。(本大题共5小题，每小题1分，共5分)
A "blog"is a shortened name for a'web log". People write blogs about all kinds of things, from news and events to hobbies and reviews. Some people use them just as a simple record of what they have done.
“Blogging" has become very popular as more and more people use the Internet. New technologies have made keeping a blog an easy thing to do, so millions of people now have their own blogs. They are usually free to set up and are easy to update. You can upload pictures onto a blog and link to other websites. To many people, these features make blogs much more useful than traditional diaries.
We are now able to send texts, pictures and videos from our mobile phones directly onto the Web. New technologies like this are making blogging even easier, People also think that blogs are better than newspapers for finding out about news, events and opinions. They like to use blogs because they can get information from everywhere. It looks like blogs are going to become one of the most important ways to find and share information in the near future.
In my memory, Father was a man of few words and he .
These short messages are so boring that they .
The value oflife does not ，but what you do.
The new couple with cach othcr lor many ycars and they are fnally
getting married today. How nice!
What makes New Swan Lake special is that .
Stop daydreaming! Never expect that you'll .
假设你是悉尼大学一名华裔学生，名叫Jason Wu。你从China Daily土看到该报正在开展主题为Change for a Better China的环保讨论活动。你打算结合自己所居住的小镇的变化，给报社写一封英文信参与讨论。内容提示见下表：
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