ers come by themselves. Things quiet down in November December is a quiet month. “It’s the holiday,” Ms Foreman says. “People want to come in, I know , but they decide to wait until after New Year’s Day.” Report cards go home just before Christmas holidays. Bad marks bring parents in as school reopens. This happens again in March, another report card month. May is always the year’s busiest month. That’s when parents realize that their children might be held back (留级). They come in to see if anything can be done before things are decided in June.
  1. “Most of their work is done with the students” means . A. they have most of their work done by the students B. most of their work is getting rid of their students C. most of their work is dealing with the students D. their work is mostly done together with the students
  2. In the sentence “The staff sees a lot of parents too.” the word “see” can be replaced with “”. A. notice B. understand C. arrange D. meet
  3. From the diagram(图表), we know that the total of their meetings in April is as many as that in December. A. twice B. a quarter C. half D. two-thirds
  4. In March, each of the staff working in the Guidance Department has to interview (会见) about parents. A. 10 B. 20 C. 15 D. 5
  5. May is always the busiest month because the parents want to . A. discuss schedules with the staff B. have something done to help their children’s promotion(升级) C. know how their children are getting on with their lessons D. do something good for the school or the staff

  16、 分) (1 Maliyuwa, a nearby village. They lived with the man’s big family?his parents his brothers, their wives and children. They family kept an elephant, in which the young woman soon took a great interest. Every day she fed it with fruit and sugar. Three months later the woman went back to her parents’ home, having quarrelled with her husband. Soon the elephant refused to eat and work. It appeared to be ill and heart?broken. One morning after several weeks the animal disappeared from the house. It went to the woman’s home. On seeing her, the elephant waved its trunk and touched her with it. The young woman was so moved (感动) by the act of the animal that she returned to her husband’s home.
  1. The writer wrote the story in order to . A. show that elephants are very clever B. tell how a woman trained a wild animal C. show that women care more for animals than men do D. tell how an animal reunited a husband and wife
  2. The woman left her new home . A. to visit her own parents in Maliyuwa B. to see if the elephant would follow her C. because she was angry with her husband D. because she was tired of the large family
  3. After the young woman left her husband’s home, the elephant . A. returned to the forest B. was sad because it missed her C. went to look for a new home D. was sick because nobody fed it
  4. The young wife went back to her husband because . A. she knew he had sent the animal to her B. the elephant had come to look for her C. her parents persuaded her to D. she missed her new home

  17、 分) (1 The blue eyes that looked at him from outside the door were like the light through a magnifying glass (放大镜) when it is at its brightest and smallest, when paper and leaves begin to smoke. “Hey ,” said the man in the door. “Remember me?” “Yes,” the boy said, whispering. “Rick.” He felt so surprised to see Rick. All of Rick seemed to be shown in the eyes, with a strong feeling that ought to have hurt him “You knew me,” Rick said. “You hadn’t forgotten.” “You’re ??just the same,” the boy said, and felt much thankful. He seemed even to be wearing the same clothes, the same blue shirt and grey trousers. He was thin, but he was built to be lean; and he was still, or again, sunburnt (晒黑了). After everything, the slow white smile still showed the slight feeling of happiness. “Let’s look at you,” Rick said, dropping into a chair. Then slowly he felt more at home, and he became once more just Rick, as if nothing had happened. There were lines about his eyes, and deeper lines on his cheeks (面颊), but he looked like??just Rick, lined by sunlight and
smiling. “When I look at you,” he said, “You make me think about me, for we look like each other.” “Yes,” said the boy, eagerly, “they all think we both look like my grandfather.”
  1. On his return , Rick . A. had not changed much B. looked very old C. was much thinner than before D. was wearing different clothes
  2. Rick and the boy are probably . A. brothers B. related C. friends D. neighbours
  3. You could describe Rick as . A. old and friendly B. old and nervous C. thin and nervous D. thin and friendly
  4. From the passage we can tell that the boy . A. was worried that Rick had forgotten him B. was proud of what Rick had done C. was pleased to see Rick D. wondered where Rick had been
  5. Rick and the boy . A. had similar personalities B. cared about each other C. had lived in the same house D. felt their friendship had changed

  18、 分) (1 Can trees talk? Yes, but not in words. Scientists have reason to believe that trees do communicate (交际) with each other. Not long ago, researchers learned some surprising things. First a willow tree attacked in the woods by caterpillars (毛虫) changed the chemistry of its leaves and made them taste so terrible that they got tired of the leaves and stopped eating them. Then even more astonishing, the tree sent out a special smella signal (信号) causing its neighbors to change the chemistry of their own leaves and make them less tasty. Communication, of course, doesn’t need to be in words. We can talk to each other by smiling, raising our shoulders and moving our hands. We know that birds and animals use a whole vocabulary of songs, sounds, and movements. Bees dance their signals, flying in certain patterns that tell other bees where to find nectar (花蜜) for honey. So why shouldn’t trees have ways of sending message?
  1. It can be concluded from the passage that caterpillars do not feed on leaves that . A. are lying on the ground B. have an unpleasant taste C. bees don’t like D. have an unfamiliar shape
  2. The willow tree described in the passage protected itself by . A. growing more branches B. communicating with birds and bees C. changing its leaf chemistry D. shaking caterpillars off
  3. According to the passage, the willow tree was able to communicate with other trees by . A. waving its branches B. giving off a special smell C. dropping its leaves D. changing the colour of its trunk
  4. According to this passage, bees communicate by . A. making special movement B. touching one another C. smelling one another D. making unusual sound

  5. The author believes that the incident described in the passage . A. cannot be taken seriously B. should no longer be permitted C. must be checked more thoroughly D. seems completely reasonable

  19、 分) (1 The year was 19
  32. Amelia Earhart was flying alone from North America to England in a small single?engined aeroplane. At midnight, several hours after she had left Newfoundland, she ran into bad weather. To make things worse, her altimeter (高度表) failed and she didn’t know how high she was flying. At night, and in a storm, a pilot is in great difficulty without an altimeter. At times, her plane nearly plunged (冲) into the sea. Just before dawn, there was further trouble. Amelia noticed flames (火焰) coming from the engine. Would she be able to reach land? There was nothing to do except to keep going and to hope. In the end, Amelia Earhart did reach Ireland, and for the courage she had shown, she was warmly welcomed in England and Europe. When she returned to the United States, she was honored by President Hoover at a special dinner in the White House. From that time on, Amelia Earhart was famous. What was so important about her flight? Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly the Atlantic Ocean alone, and she had set a record of fourteen hours and fifty?six minutes. In the years that followed, Amelia Earhart made several flights across the United States, and on each occasion (时刻) she set a new record for flying time. Amelia Earhart made these flights to show that women had a place in aviation (航空) and that air travel was useful.
  1. Which of the following statements is NOT the difficulty which Amelia Earhart met in her flight from north America to England? A. She was caught in a storm. B. The altimeter went out of order. C. Her engine went wrong. D. She lost her direction.
  2. When Amelia Earhart saw flames coming from the engine, what did she do? A. She did nothing but pray for herself. B. She changed her direction and landed in Ireland. C. She continued flying. D. She lost hope of reaching land.
  3. According to the passage, what was Amelia Earhart’s reason for making her flights? A. To set a new record for flying time. B. To be the first woman to fly around the world. C. To show that aviation was not just for men. D. To become famous in the world.
  4. Which of the following statements was NOT mentioned? A. She was the first woman who succeeded in flying across the Atlantic Ocean alone. B. She showed great courage in overcoming the difficulties during the flight. C She was warmly welcomed in England, Europe and the United States. D. She made plans to fly around the world.
  5. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?
A. Amelia Earhart?First Across the Atlantic. B. Amelia Earhart?Pioneer in Women’s Aviation. C. A New Record for Flying Time. D. A Dangerous Flight from North America to England.

  20、 分) (1 A nobleman and a merchant once met in an inn. For their lunch they both ordered soup. When it was brought, the nobleman took a spoonful, but the soup was so hot that he burned his mouth and tears came to his eyes, The merchant asked him why he was weeping. The nobleman was ashamed to admit (承认) that he had burned his mouth and answered, “Sir, I once had a brother who committed a great crime (犯罪), for which he was hanged. I was thinking of his death, and that made me weep.” The merchant believed this story and began to eat his soup. He too burned his mouth, so that he had tears in his eyes. The nobleman noticed it and asked the merchant, “Sir, why do you weep?” The merchant, who now saw that the nobleman had deceived (欺骗) him, answered, “My lord(=master), I am weeping because you were not hanged together with your brother.”
  1. This story teaches us . A. not to eat in inns B. not to eat soup that is too hot C.to cry when we burn our mouth D. not to believe everything you hear
  2. The nobleman did not tell the truth because he . A. was a nobleman B. felt ashamed C. was in an inn D. was angry
  3. The nobleman should have . A. smiled with joy B. shouted with laughter C. told the truth D. scolded the waiter
  4. It is probable that the nobleman . A. had no brother who was hanged B. had a very good brother C. knew the soup was too hot D. had never eaten soup
  5. The merchant’s answer showed that be . A. was very happy B. believed the nobleman C. was angry with the nobleman D. had kind heart

  21、 分) (1 In a very real sense, people who have read good literature have lived more than people who cannot or will not read. To have read Gulliver’s Travels is to have had the experience of listening to Jonathan Swift, of learning about man’s inhumanity (残酷) to man. To read Huckleberry Finn is to feel what it is like to drift (漂流) down the Mississippi River on a raft (木排). To have read Byron is to have suffered his rebellions with him and to have enjoyed his nose?thumbing at (对……的蔑视) society. To have read Native Son is to know how it feels to be frustrated (受挫折) in the particular way in which Blacks in Chicago are frustrated. This is effective communication (交流). It enables us to feel how others felt about life, even if they lived thousands of miles away
and centuries age. It is not true that “We have only one life to live.” If we read, we can live as many more lives and as many kinds of lives as we wish.
  1. The sentence “People who have read good literature have lived more than people who cannot or will not read” suggests that . A. reading stimulates(激发) a desire to travel B. reading broadens(扩大) a person’s experience C. people who read much live longer D. people who read are more relaxed
  2. The author implies that good literature . A. must deal with social problems B. must teach a lesson C. is varied in subject and in content (内容) D. is always exciting and heart--warming
  3. According to the author, reading good literature . A. produces new income B. is quite useless C. satisfies the curious D. opens new worlds to us(眼界)
  4. The underlined word effective in this passage means . A. actual B. striking C. existing D. having an effect

  22、 分) (1 When I lived in Spain, some Spanish friends of mine decided to visit England by car. Before they left, they asked me for advice about how to find accommodation (住所). I suggested that they should stay at ‘bed and breakfast’ houses, because this kind of accommodation gives a foreign visitor a good chance to speak English with the famil
 

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