1. Which girl of the following is Lucy?
A. B. C.
2. What club did Jane join during the last two weeks?
A. B. C.
3. Where did the woman go to visit last summer holiday?
A. B. C.
4. What will Lisa give to her mother as a present?
A. B. C.
5. How often does the boy read English?
A. Every morning. B. Every evening. C. Every Sunday morning.
6. Why does Gina look tired?
A. Because she stayed up to watch TV last night.
B. Because she played computer games last night.
C. Because she went to a party last night.
7. Where is Lisa going for vacation?
A. She is going to America. B. She is going to China. C. She is going to Australia.
8. What"s the matter with Mary?
A. She has a headache. B. She has a toothache. C. She has a stomachache.
9. What will the children do next?
A. They are having an exam.
B. They are having a picnic in the mountains.
C. They are going camping.
10. How much did an old car cost?
A. $ 2,000. B. $ 3,000. C. $ 4,000.
11. What subject do English people always talk about?
A. The club. B. The family. C. The weather.
12. Why doesn"t Peter get enough practice in English?
A. English people hate to speak to boys.
B. Peter"s English is too poor.
C. Peter never speaks to English people first.
An exciting trip
In the morning Meet on the playground at 13
Take the school bus.
On the farm we can 14 , pick fruits, but we can t go 15 in the river.
13. A. 8:10 a.m. B. 8:00 a.m. C. 8:20 a.m.
14. A. have a picnic B. hold a party C. take a shower
15. A. boating B. fishing C. swimming
16. Where is the writer going to move when he grows up?
A. Somewhere beautiful. B. Somewhere quiet. C. Somewhere interesting.
17. Why does Paris sound like a city he could enjoy?
A. Because there are lots of art shows.
B. Because there are lots of places of interest.
C. Because there are lots of art schools.
18. What does he want to be when he grows up?
A. A teacher. B. An artist. C. An actor.
19. What language is he going to study?
A. English. B. French. C. German.
20. What does he want to do for his parents in the future?
A. Give them much money.
B. Buy them a big house.
C. Drive them to travel all over the world.
21. Tommy is ▲ honest boy. He has ▲ useful tool.
A. an; an B. a; a C. a; an D. an; a
22. I m too tired these days. Why not ▲ ?
A. have a few days off B. asking for a leave
C. go running with your friends D. to have a good rest
23. Which o f the following words is used in American English? ▲ .
A. Lorry B. Biscuit C. Rubber D. Cookie
24. Please don t tell anybody about this. Please keep it ▲ . ▲
A. to us;Yes, I will. B. for me;Yes, I do.
C. for me;OK, I won t. D. to ourselves;No, I don t.
25. Shall we ▲ the singing? That s a good idea. Let s ▲ them.
A. join; join in B. join in; join C. join in; join in D. join; join
26. My cousin ▲ a light in his bedroom and ▲ three pictures on the wall.
A. put in;put on B. put up;put up C. put in;put up D. put on;put up
27. ▲ is your new teacher like? Friendly and polite.
A. What B. How C. Why D. Where
28. China is larger than ▲ country in Africa (非洲). It s the third largest one in the world.
A. any B. any other C. other D. another
29. May I borrow your dictionary, Sandy?
▲ But you have to return it this afternoon.
A. I m sorry. B. No problem. C. I hope not. D. I m not sure.
30. Which of the following doesn t have the same meaning as the sentence The visit is more interesting than the journey ?
A. The journey is not as interesting as the visit.
B. The journey is not so interesting as the visit.
C. The journey is less interesting than the visit.
D. The journey is more interesting than the visit.
My good friend
One Friday afternoon in September, Mrs. Ferrara told us that a new student would join the class. Her name is Lisa, said Mrs. Ferrara. You might notice that there is something wrong with her 31 .
Lisa walked into our 32 on Monday morning. There was a cane(手杖) in her hand. Mrs. Ferrara gave her a seat in the front of the room. Her desk was far away from the windows. Maybe the strong light made her eyes feel 33 . Mrs. Ferrara put a small computer on Lisa s desk. Lisa used it to make the words in a book look bigger.
Some of the children wanted to help Lisa walk after school. She always said, Thanks, 34 I don t need help. I thought Lisa looked a little 35 . One day, I asked her, Why are you unhappy, Lisa? She looked at me for a moment. Then she said, I 36 my friends in my old school. They know 37 I can do. They know when I need help and when I don t.
In October, things began to get 38 . It was time for the chorus (歌咏队) to begin practicing. Lisa and I both joined it. She had a great voice! Lisa also joined the Maths Club. She did very well in Maths! Soon Lisa could help other kids who were not good at 39 . Lisa looked happier than before.
Lisa became very special to me. We visited each other after school. Sometimes at the weekend, our families went out together. We became best friends. I could tell Lisa 40 . She could keep a secret. Of course she was a good friend!
31. A. eyes B. hands C. legs D. feet
32. A. home B. playground C. classroom D. library
33. A. good B. dark C. comfortable D. uncomfortable
34. A. and B. but C. or D. so
35. A. happy B. sad C. bored D. excited
36. A. like B. hate C. miss D. dislike
37. A. how B. why C. where D. what
38. A. better B. worse C. funnier D. cuter
39. A. Maths B. English C. singing D. reading
40. A. nothing B. something C. anything D. everything
41. From the information in the picture, we know that Lily was born on ▲ .
A. June 8, 2005 B. June 22, 2005 C. June 22, 2013 D. June 8, 2013
42. According to the personal informa tion, we know that Mary Connor lives in ▲ .
A. Canada B. America C. England D. Australia
43. You can borrow books ▲ .
A. at 10:30 am on Monday B. at 10:00 pm on Thursday
C. at 3:30 pm on Saturday D. at 8 a.m. on Sunday
44. How many people shop online from 5pm to 8pm according to the survey of 2,000 American online
A.320. B.640. C.800. D. 420.
45. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. You d better wear your sun hat to enjoy wonderful sunshine.
B. The boats will take you to different places for swimming.
C. Mr. Smith and his child need to pay $160 for the tour.
D. You can enjoy the beautiful view of the sea from the hotel.
We can not live a life without travelling. The fastest way of travelling is by air. With a plane one can travel in one day to places which it takes a month or m ore to get to a hundred years ago.
Travelling by train is slower than by plane, but one can see the country while he is travelling through. Trains have comfortable seats and dining-cars. They make even the longest journey enjoyable.
Some people prefer to travel by sea when possible, There are big luxury liners(客轮) or river boats. They are not as fast as trains or planes, but travelling by sea is a very pleasant way to spend a holiday.
Many people like to travel by car. They can make their own timetable. They can travel hundreds of miles a day, just as their wish. They can stop wherever they want to see something interesting or to enjoy a good meal at a good restaurant, or to spend the night at a hotel. That is why people choose travelling by car for pleasant trips, while they usually take trains or planes for business.
46. According to the passage, the fastest way of travelling is ▲ .
A. by car B. by train C. by plane D. by sea
47. If we travel by car, we can ▲ .
A. enjoy the longest journey B. travel only fifty miles a day
C. make our own timetable D. travel to a very far place in a few minutes
48. When people travel on business, they usually take ▲ .
A. a boat or a train B. a car or a train
C. a plane or a car D. a train or a plane
49. What is the meaning of timetable in Paragraph 4?
A. 时间表 B. 折叠桌 C. 报时钟 D. 工作餐
50. If possible, people like travelling by sea because ▲ .
A. it is as fast as trains and planes B. it is a pleasant way to spend a holiday
C. it is very cheap D. it can stop wherever they like
As prices and building costs keep rising, the do-it-yourself trend (趋势) in the U. S. continues to grow.
We needed furniture for our living room, says John Ross, and we just didn"t have enough money to buy it. So we decided to try making a few tables and chairs. John got married six months ago, and like many young people these days, they are struggling to make a home at a time when the cost of living is very high. The Rosses took a 2-week course for $280 at a night school. Now they build all their furniture and make repairs around the house.
Jim Hatfield has three boys and his wife died. He has a full-time job at home as well as in a shoemaking factory. Last month, he received a car repair bill for $420. I was deeply upset about it. Now I"ve finished a car repair course; I should be able to fix the car by myself.
John and Jim are not unusual people. Most families in the country are doing everything they can to save money, so they can fight the high cost of living. If you want to become a DIYer, you can go to DIY classes. And for those who don"t have time to take a course, there are books that tell you how you can do things yourself.
51. We can learn from the text that many newly married people ▲ .
A. take DIY courses by the government
B. have to learn to make their own furniture
C. find it hard to pay for what they need
D. seldom go to a department store to buy things
52. John and his wife went to evening classes to learn how to ▲ .
A. make or repair things B. run a DIY shop
C. save time and money D. improve the quality of life
53. When the writer says that Jim has a full-time job at home, he means Jim ▲ .
A. makes shoes at his home B. does extra work at night
C. does his own car and home repairs D. keeps house and looks after his children
54. Jim Hatfield decided to become a DIYer when ▲ .
A. he could not possibly do two jobs B. the car repair class was not helpful
C. his car repairs cost too much D. he had to raise the children all by himself
55. What would be the best title of the text?
A. The Joy of DIY B. You Can Do It Yourself Too!
C. Welcome to Our DIY Course! D. Ross and Hatfield: Believers in DIY
56. Luckily, the reporters from Zhenjiang didn t hurt ▲ (they) in that traffic accident.
57. My brother doesn t do well in his lessons and often makes my mother ▲ (happy) .
58. Mr. King is the poorest of the three, so he has the ▲ (little) money, I think.
59. After the explosion(爆炸) in Tianjin, we are trying to help the ▲ (home) people to rebuild(重
建) their homes.
60. President Xi Jinping quoted (引用) a Chinese saying, Close neighbours are ▲ (good) than distant relatives (远亲).
61. I don t know what to do. Could you please ▲ (提供) me a little good advice?
62. If your English teacher makes a ▲ (错误), what should you do?
63. David Beckham was ▲ (疯狂地) about playing football when he was very young.
64. Are you feeling ▲ (口渴) now? Yes，I have walked a long way.
65. The computer gives the ▲ (指示) and the robot follows them.
66. The girl still kept on ▲ (decorate)her room though she was very tired.
67. What did your teacher advise you to do?
▲ (borrow) more books from the school library.
68. Not only the twins but also Mary ▲ (speak) good Chinese, so they can communicate with these students very well.
69. The firemen put out the fire soon after they ▲ (arrive). How lucky!
70. You d better ▲ (not sit) here because Mother is getting ready to clean the furniture.
Hello, my friends. It s easy to plan your trip to Beijing. There are many places of i 71 to visit and you will find them a 72 . If you like shopping, you can go to Wangfujing Street. If you want to feel the b 73 of the lakes, you can go to the Summer Palace. You can see the red maple leaves and hike around the Fragrant Hills. You can drink special Beijing tea and e 74 watching Beijing opera in Laoshe Tea House. You can visit the l 75 square in the world Tian anmen Square. You can t
m 76 the Palace Museum. It used to be the palace for the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties. As for the traffic, you can t 77 the underground to the city center. It s m 78 and fast. There are many buses in the town. They go e 79 , from east to west, south to north. If you can t find a bus, you can take a taxi. You can always find one in the street. You can a 80 ride a bicycle and go cycling around the town. Have a good time.
七、任务 型阅读 (共10小题;每小题1分，满分10分)
In classroom, your teachers will talk about topics that you are studying. The information will be useful for you to know when you take tests. So you must be able to take good notes from what your teachers say.
Here are the three stages(阶段) of taking notes and what you should do during each stage.
1. Before Class
Review your notes you have taken before you come to class. This will be good for remembering what was covered. Get you ready to understand new information your teacher will provide.
2. During Class
Pay attention to what your teacher is saying and the key words that tell you what your teacher is going to say and it is important to write in your notes. Examples of key words are The most important point and Remember that . Be sure to include the information that your teacher repeats or writes on the blackboard. Write quickly so that you can include all the important information in your notes. Do this by writing abbreviations such as med for medicine, using symbols such as % for percent, and writing short sentences.
3. After Class
Rewrite your notes to make them more complete and accurate(准确的) by changing abbreviations into whole words, symbols into words, and shortened sentences into longer sentences. Use them to answer your questions. If necessary, ask your teacher for help.
81 The information about studying topics is 82 for your tests, so it is necessary for you to learn taking good notes.
Stages 83 Class ? Review the notes to 84 what was covered.
? 85 to understand new information.
During Class ? 86 to your teacher carefully.
? Be sure to 87 the important points.
? Write them down 88 .
After Class ? Make your notes more complete and accurate to 89 your questions.
? Ask for your 90 help.
假如你叫李明,最近你和父母就 周末该不该与同学外出活动 进行了讨论。请你以Should teenagers go out with their friends on weekends? 为题, 根据下表提供的信息, 写一篇英语短文。
Your parents ideas Your ideas
1. go over lessons 1.
2. have a good sleep 2.
3. help parents do housework 3.
Should teenagers go out with their friends on weekends?
Recently I ve had a discussion with my parents about whether teenagers should go out with their friends on weekends. ▲
1-5 ABBBC 6-10 CBBCC 11-15 CCBAC 16-20 AABBB
21-25 DADCB 26-30 CAABD
31-35 ACDBB 36-40 CDAAC
41-45 BCABC 46-50 CCDAB 51-55 CADCB
56.themselves 57. unhappy 58. least 59. homeless 60. better
61.offer 62. mistake 63. crazy 64.thirsty 65. instructions
66. decorating 67. To borrow 68. speaks 69. arrived 70. not sit
71. interest 72. amazing 73. beauty 74. enjoy 75. largest
76. miss 77. take 78. modern 79. everywhere 80. also
81. Reason(s) 82. useful 83. Before 84. remember 85. Prepare
86. Listen 87. include 88. quickly 89. answer 90. teacher s
One possible version:
Should teenagers go out with their friends on weekends?
Recently I ve had a discussion with my parents about whether teenagers should go out with their friends on weekends. My parents think that teenagers should stay at home to go over their lessons. And they should have enough time to have a good sleep. In the meanwhile, they should help their parents do some housework.
In my opinion, we teenagers should go out with our friends for fun so that we can relax more. And we can also share ideas with each other. What s more, we can also take som e exercise together to keep fit.