命题人:陈合舜 李京华 戚华荣
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听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选 项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下 K- 一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
1.How did Nancy first react to being offered chocolate?
A. Surprised. B. Disappointed. C. Happy.
2.What do we know about the man?
A. He is allergic to cats.
B. He had a bad cold on his first day of work.
C. He often brings his cat to work.
3.What does the man mean?
A. He had a lot of help. B. He is hungry now.
C. The work is easy for him.
4. Why does the man ask the woman to help him paint his bedroom?
A. His brother can’t do it.
B. The woman is really good at painting.
C. His arm is broken.
5. Where might the man’s backpack be?
A. He is wearing it. B. It’s at school.
C. Claire has it.
听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项 中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每 小题5秒钟;听完后，各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
6. Why was Loretta on the news?
A. She wrote a song for the TV station.
B. She won a music contest.
C. She sang a song for charity.
7. What does she think of singing?
A. It will make her famous one day.
B. It gives her great pleasure.
C. It takes too much of her time.
8.Who gave Lily her new roller skates?
A. Mr. Benjamin. B. Her brother. C. Her uncle.
9.What does Lily have to do so her brother will take her to go skating?
A.Get better at roller skating.
B.Help Mr. Benjamin.
C.Do well in school until winter break.
10.What were the speakers supposed to do today?
A. Get ready for a party.
B. Wear the same clothes.
C. Do something for their classmates.
11.How did the woman get her problem solved?
A.She asked her science teacher for help.
B.The man gave her an extra sweater.
C.She hurried home to fetch her things.
12.What did the man forget?
A. His birthday. B. School Spirit Day. C. The day of the week.
13.Who are the speakers?
A. Students. B. Teacher and student.
C. Coach and player.
14.How did the man react when he saw the woman dancing?
A. He was annoyed. B. He was inspired.
C. He was surprised.
15.How does the man usually exercise?
A. He likes to ride a bicycle.
B. He likes to play soccer.
C. He likes to run.
16.What will the speakers probably do next?
A. Study for a test.
B. Go to the gym together.
C. Show each other their moves.
17.What are people like nowadays, according to the speaker?
A. They are too lazy to cook.
B. They prefer fast food.
C. They are in a hurry every day.
18.What do most people want to do?
A.Enjoy home-made dishes with families.
B.Eat out more with friends.
C.Start food business on the Internet.
19.What does the speaker suggest people do?
A.Find a good restaurant in their neighborhood.
B.Cook healthy meals at home.
C.Order food online.
20.What kind of talk is the speaker giving?
A lecture on food and health.
B.An advertisement for a food website.
C.The development of cooking
21.From the passage, what do we know about the author?
A. The author runs a bakery.
B. The author hates sweet taste.
C. The author is on a diet.
D. The author’s daughter had diabetes.
22.What did the Burts do after hearing the doctor’s advice?
A.They were shocked.
B. They went too far about it.
C.They used half a ton of sugar a week.
D. They avoided sugar completely.
23.From the passage we can learn it is necessary for a cook .
A.to make up to 3 ,000 cakes a week
B.to taste a recipe to know if it’s right
C.to get lots of people offering to taste the cakes
D.to selling more delicious products
24.What does the sentence by Kate Moss mean?
A.It is worthwhile to resist food to look skinny.
B.There is nothing tasting as good as sweets.
C.Nothing tastes good when the skin feels terrible.
D.Nobody can resist the desire for sweets.
25.From the first paragraph, we can infer that .
A.parents find it hard to satisfy their kids’ various demands
B.parents meet a new challenge when raising their kids
C.parents have more choices in offering education to their kids
D.parents get actively involved in the process of their kids’ growth
26.What suggestion may the researchers in the passage make?
A.To train kids as early as possible.
B.To try as many means as possible.
C.To help kids develop as fully as possible.
D.To use as many available resources as possible.
27.What does the third paragraph mainly discuss about?
A.The proper time to teach children to learn languages.
B.The effective ways to help develop children’s brains.
C.The vital factors to have a great effect on children’s health.
D.The practical steps to arouse children’s interest in study.
28.We can replace the words “jump start” in the last paragraph with .
A.inspiration B. introduction C. suggestion D. promotion
29.Why did Andrew Zuckerman choose the fifty elders for his project?
A.Because their accomplishments inspired him.
B.Because they are physically impressive.
C.Because their wisdom deserves to be passed on.
D.Because they have similar experiences.
30.According to the web page, Federico Mayor Zaragoza .
A.has won many awards for his work in politics
B.has served as the president of a university
C.has devoted all his life to the field of science
D.has made achievements in different areas
31.Who most probably said “My education has been the library and books” in the interview when re-flecting on his/her experience?
A. Andrew Zuckerman.
B. Federico Mayor Zaragoza.
D. Dave Brubeck.
32.What is the main purpose of this web page?
A.To publicize Zuckerman’s project.
B.To show Zuckerman’s awards.
C.To spread the wisdom of the three people.
D.To celebrate the achievements of the three people.
33.France Wood doubted Marco Polo’s travel’s to China because his description .
A.missed some important culture of China
B. covered so much about traders’ life
C.was full of obvious mistakes
D. seemed less detailed
34.Vogel’s trust on Marco Polo is based on the argument that.
a.The Great Wall didn’ t gain its importance then
b.Records in the Yuan Dynasty mentioned Polo
c.Polo mentioned the currency and salt
d.Polo’s other works are believable
e.Polo recorded what he saw in great detail
A. a, b, d B. a, c, d C. a, e D.b，c
35.Which of the following shows the structure of the text?
A. B. C. D.
Things You Should Stop Doing to Be Successful
Are you a happy person? How often do you think of reasons why everyone around you is success-ful though they are not better than you in general? What do you do wrong? Here are some things you should stop doing to be successful.
1. 36 Different people may interpret “success” in different ways： some of them measure it in money, other ones — in positive changes to people around them and the world in general. 37 Don’t wor-ry about what other people think but come after what makes you happy.
2.Do not believe anything without questioning it.
38 They are critical thinkers, and they understand that we all are ruled by our prejudices, so they will always question new information.
3.Do not worry about all unpredictable things that may happen to you.
If you want to be successful,stop thinking about everything that MAY happen to you. 39 Be ready to improve and change your deeds and decisions when things suddenly don’t go according to your plan.
4.Do not care about what other people think of you.
40 Your attempts to become “good” for everyone will turn into nothing but new worries, stresses, and problems. Successful people do not concentrate on the quantity of people to please, but worry about their quality and focus on developing friendships with people they really care about.
A.Do not wait for the “right time” to do anything.
B.Do not let others decide what “success” is for you.
C.Successful people do not just accept any new information to be true.
D.As far as we all know, it’s impossible to please all the people who surround us.
E.Try to feel comfortable with the reality and accept the fact your future can’t be predicted.
F.If you want to be successful, do not let others force their interpretation of success on you.
G.Successful people never ignore or avoid problems，no matter how big and awful they seem.
I was in the fifth grade when I first dipped my fingers into the endless ocean of expression and allowed my hands to grow a(n) 41 .
I remember my hands being sweaty as I wandered 42 into her classroom. From comer to corner,the 43 were decorated with clippings (剪报）and posters 44 Deafness and American Sign Language. Pictures of 45 hands hung from the bulletin boards (宣传牌）.
Once the rest of my classmates 46 in their seats, she began. She did not speak. Her hands 47 about gracefully as she signed, “Hello. My name Ms. Lewison. Your name what?” These signs did not 48 until later that week，but still I sat upright at my desk,trying to figure them out. My entire first impression of her was “ 49 ”.
As months passed, my class transformed to an unusually large family. Ms. Lewison was like our 50 .When we were feeling troubled,we just let our 51 do the talking. The lesson became less about following the lesson itself and more about 52 .
Ms. Lewison performed a tough task. She 53 replaced all the ignorance in me with 54 Then she opened my 55 and opened it even wider. She would find time to turn me into a 56 signer. She taught me that there are no limits and my abilities are 57 .
Today my fingers have learned to 58 .Ms. Lewison pushed me 59 into the ocean of Deaf Culture and I have become a strong swimmer in diverse 60 .
41. A. picture
42. A. calmly
43. A. walls
44.A. caused by
B. related to
C. contributing to
D. aimed at
45. A. welcoming
46. A. settled
47. A. flowed
48. A. draw attention
B. make sense
C. catch sight
D. hold breath
49. A. silent
50. A. teacher
51. A. bodies
52. A. signs
54. A. confidence
55. A. mouth
56. A. clever
57. A. endless
58. A. dip
59. A. firmly
60. A. classes
No one loves me more than my parents, especially my father. My father is stout and strong, 61 a severe look on his face and keen expressive eyes. At first sight you may feel him hard 62 ( approach) . In fact he is very kind and considerate. I believe my father is a 63 (talent) man. He is decisive and efficient in doing things. By his own talents and years of efforts,he 64 (provide) his family with a good social position and a 65 ( relative) rich life. Besides, he lives in harmony with others and never quarrels with anyone,so people from all walks of life come to my house，from 66 I’ve gained lots of social experiences. But at home he is a strict parent who is hard on me and has high 67 ( expectation) of me. I can see that my idling away time 68 (hurt) him deeply, while if I have done something great and meaningful, such as 69 (write) a book, he will be more excited than me. I always remind myself I must go on and on, and never 70 I give up halfway.
Yesterday our club held an English speech contest, which theme is “ Challenge Myself ” . A large number of students attended to the contest and showed their wonderful performances. In the stage, though face great pressure, the speakers bravely overcame it and challenged them to achieve great success. What’s more, they impressed us deep with their unusual confidences and performances.
Through such activity, we know a lot more about our students. But we have gained much, such as self-confidence and honor. Besides,our club was growing stronger.
Dear Sir or Madam，
With all my best regards.