一、听对话,选择与对话内容相符的图片。(每段对话读两遍)(共 4 分,每小题 1 分)

  13.How often should the man take the medicine? A.Twice a day. B。Three times a day. C. Once a day. 听一段独自,回答第
  14~16 小题。
  14.What does Li Lei’s family spend much money on? A.His mother’s medicine. B.His school things. C.His father’s medicine.
  15.In which race did Li Lei get the first place? A.Boys’ 800 meters. B.Boys’ 1,000 meters. C.Boys’ 1,500 meters.
  16.What can we learn from the talk? A.Li Lei’s only goal is to win the race. B.Li Lei’s home isn’t near his school. C.Li Lei wants a bike very much. 三、听对话,记录关键信息。(对话读两遍)(共 8 分,每小题 2 分) 请根据所听到的对话内容和卡片上的提示词语,将所缺的关键信息填写在下面 中的相应位置上。
二、听对话或独白,根据对话或独白内容,从下列各题所给的 A、B、c 三个选项中,选 择最佳选项。(每段对话或独白读两遍)(共 12 分,每小题 1 分) 听一段对话,回答第
  5~6 小题。
  5.What is the weather like today? A.It’s sunny. B.It’s cold. C.It’s raining.
  6.When did they have a picnic last time? A.Last month. B.Last July. C.Last week. 听一段对话,回答第
  7~8 小题。
  7.What is the girl doing? A.Doing English homework. B.Doing math homework. C.Watching TV.
  8.What subject does the boy like best? A.Music. B.Science. C. English. 听一段对话,回答第
  9~10 小题。
  9.How soon will the man be at home? A.In two hours. B.In three hours. C.In four hours. 1
  0.What does the woman offer? A.Supper. B.Lunch. C. Breakfast. 听一段对话,回答第
  11~13 小题。
  11.What’s wrong with the young man? A。He has got a cold. B.He has got a fever. C.He has got a headache.
  12.What does the doctor suggest besides the medicine? A.More games. B.A warm bath. C. More water.
一、单项选择(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。
  1. ?Which would you like, Coke or tea? ?. I prefer coffee. A. Neither B. Both C. Either D. None
  2. ?I borrow these magazines? ?Sorry, only the magazines over there can be borrowed. A. Must B. Would C. May D. Need
  3. ?Your French is so good. How long have you been in France? ?I was five. A. Until ?Thank you. A. speak as badly as C. don’t speak so badly as A. soft A. ask B. wonderful B. are asked B. Since . B. speak worse than D. speak much better than C. friendly C. will ask D. noisy D. will be asked C. When D. Before
  4. ?Mark speaks English well, but you him.

  5. The music in the supermarket sounded so that I wanted to leave at once.
  6. Don’t discuss the problems with your partner unless you to do so.

  7. The teachers the office for a few minutes when we arrived. We didn’t meet them. A. had been away from B. had left C. have been away from D. have left
  8. ?The light in his room is still on. Do you know? ?In order to prepare for the coming exam. A. if he works hard C. why is he so busy
  9. ?John sings so well. Has he ever been trained? ?No. He learns all by himself. He goes to any training class. A. usually A. Have fun B. often B. Best wishes C. never C. Never mind D. even D. Cheer up
  10. ?Simon, I’m going to Beijing with my parents tomorrow. ?! 二、完形填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从每小题所给的 A、B、c、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选 项。 Once there was a grasshopper(蚱蜢), who was the best hopper(跳跃者) in the world. She taught other grasshoppers how to hop. Soon all grasshoppers were hopping well, so she felt very Then one day an eagle showed up. She immediately 12 hopping was the key to 13 with hopping, but I can fly. “ “Stop this silly talking of flying!” screamed the grasshopper. “Flying is 15 still talk of flying? It 16 our teacher’s orders. “ .” said the eagle. in your imagination. “ The next day, some of the grasshoppers went to talk to the eagle. “How is it that you don’t know how to hop, yet you “Hopping is useful, but when you can fly, it is no longer 17 “Tell us more, “ said the grasshoppers. The eagle began telling them what the world 18 rivers and oceans(海洋). Then the eagle took one 19 grasshopper in his powerful talon()K) to the sky. The grasshopper could see the 20 . mountains, rivers and oceans that the eagle had he grass fields was like. It was a world that included mountains, 11 to teach the eagle how to hop, as she was sure that B. why he stays up so late D. when he will stop working

  19. A. sad
  20. A. imagined
B. brave B. created
C. attractive C. changed
D. frightened D. described
三、阅读理解(共 13 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 26 分) 阅读下面短文,从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 A Do you know more and more Chinese artists have made regular donations to charity or put their efforts into charity work in China? Here let’s know some of them. Faye Wong and her husband Li Yapeng started the Yan Ran Angel Foundation(基金会) for harelipped(兔唇的) children three years ago. It was named after their daughter. Its purpose is to help children under 14 to cure their harelips. The couple donated one million yuan (about $ 133,0
  00) to start the organization. Cong Fei was born in a poor family. He became a successful singer in Shenzhen. He helped 178 poor students and disabled people for more than 10 years. Before he died of an illness at the age of 37 in 2006, he decided to donate his cornea(角膜) to people with eye diseases. He helped six people see the world. Guan Mucun has donated money to Project Hope to help poor students finish primary education. Thirty of these poor students have already finished high school with her support. Guan has also helped with charity work for environment protection, HIV/AIDS prevention, blood donation and “Mother Water”. Guan had an unlucky childhood: her mother died when she was only
  10. years old. With the help of the government and her neighbours, she grew up and was successful as a famous singer. Action star Jackie Chan is a wholehearted supporter of charities including UNICEF, Operation Smile and his own Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation. In 2007, he used much of his spare time to visit the farthest parts of China on his Dragon’s Heart Charity Missions. The Dragon’s Heart Foundation aims to meet the needs of poor children and the elderly in the hardest-to-reach areas of the country. Chan has made several trips to these poor villages, bringing warm clothing, wheelchairs and school supplies, and helping to build schools.
  21. Who can get help from the Yan Ran Angel Foundation? A. Harelipped children under
  14. C. All disabled children under
  22. What can we learn from the passage? A. Faye Wong and Li Yapeng don’t like their daughter. B. More than 7 people’s eyes were cured thanks to Cong Fei’s Cornea. C. Guan Mucun was once helped by the government and her neighbours. D. Jackie Chan didn’t have chance to visit the people he helped.
  23. What is the passage mainly about? A. Chinese charity work. B. Charity work of some Chinese artists. C. Some famous Chinese artists. D. Organizations started by Chinese artists. B Spending two or three hours playing outdoors each day can reduce a child’s chance of becoming short-sighted, a B. All disabled children. D. All harelipped children.
, but every time she advised the eagle to hop, he just said, “There is no need. You are 14
After the eagle landed, he saw a spark (闪光) in the grasshopper’s eyes. The grasshopper told others what he had seen in the sky. Therefore, the grasshoppers dreamt of flying in the sky.
  11. A. angry
  12. A. forgot
  13. A. business
  14. A. satisfied
  15. A. just
  16. A. turns down
  17. A. harmless
  18. A. past B. relaxed B. decided B. weakness B. strict B. even B. puts off B. dangerous B. through C. stressed C. failed C. happiness C. patient C. hardly C. goes against C. necessary C. under D. proud D. refused D. sadness D. careful D. ever D. works out D. safe D. beyond
research shows. It challenges (挑战) the belief that short- sightedness is caused by computer use, watching TV or reading in weak light. The Australian government researchers believe that sunlight is good for people’s eyes. They compared the vision(视 力) and habits of 100 seven-year-old children in Singapore and Australia. In all, 30% of the Singaporean children were short-sighted--this rate(比率) was ten times higher than Australian children. Both groups spent a similar amount of time reading, watching television and playing computer games. However, the Australian children spent an average(平均) of two hours a day outdoors?90 minutes more than the Singaporean children. Professor(教授) Ian Morgan, from the Australian Research Council’s Vision Centre, said, “Humans are naturally long-sighted, but when people begin to go to school and spend little or no time outdoors, the number of short-sighted people gets larger. We’re also seeing more and more short-sighted children in cities all around the world?and the main reason may be that city children spend less time outdoors. “ Daylight can be hundreds of times brighter than indoor light. But why does playing outside prevent us from becoming short-sighted? Scientists believe that natural light has a special chemical(化学物质) which stops the eyeball from growing out of shape and prevents people becoming short-sighted. So be outdoors. It doesn’t matter if that time is spent having a picnic or playing sports.
  24. How much time did the Singaporean children spend outdoors on average every day in the research? A. 2 hours. B. 90 minutes. C. 1 hour. D. 30 minutes.
  25. What is the fifth paragraph mainly about? A. Why people become short-sighted. B. Why natural light has a special chemical. C. Why playing outside is good for one’s eyesight. D. Why daylight is much brighter than indoor light.
  26. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. People will all become short-sighted after they begin to go to school. B. Playing outdoors for 2 or 3 hours every day can help protect your eyesight. C. Children in Australia are more likely to get short-sighted than those in Singapore. D. If you spend two or three hours playing outside each day, you won’t get shortsighted. C In most situations, light helps us see. But nowadays humans are using too much of it so that it is in fact a kind of pollution. When it comes to looking at the night sky, too much light makes it difficult for us to watch some of life’s most wonderful sights: stars, planets and even galaxies(星系). According to scientific research, about 2, 500 stars can be seen by the human eye without using any special equipment(设备). But because of light pollution, you can only see 200 to 300 stars from today’s countryside, and no more than ten stars from a city. In most big cities, people cannot see the sky filled with stars like they did in their childhood. Light pollution affects more than just our view of sky. Research shows that lots of nighttime light can harm wildlife, too. When birds fly to another place over cities, they sometimes get lost by the brightness and fly in circles(圈) until they drop from tiredness. Sea turtles(海龟) need dark beaches for laying eggs, but they can’t find their ideal places because of those bright lights. Too much light at night may even affect human health, but scientists are not sure of that. They are still learning
more. In order to prevent things from going worse, governments and some organizations are working to reduce light pollution. Many cities and towns have taken action to reduce the use of lights at night. Lights are used only when and where they are truly needed. They also shine lights down at the ground instead of up into the sky and use lower brightness levels. Hopefully, in the near future, humans can enjoy the clear and beautiful sky again and all the wildlife will live a peaceful and undisturbed life, too.
  27. Why does the writer think that too much light is a kind of pollution? A. Because there are fewer and fewer stars. B. Because human health has been affected. C. Because too much light is a waste of energy. D. Because some of the wildlife can be harmed.
  28. Which of the following is NOT mentioned(提到)in this passage? A. The problems that light pollution has caused. B. The reason why humans use too much light. C. The ways that light pollution can be reduced. D. The reason why fewer stars can be seen than before.
  29. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. There are about 2,500 stars in the sky. B. Humans want to do nothing to reduce light pollution. C. Sea turtles always get lost and die from tiredness. D. Something has been done to reduce light pollution. D I was in line waiting to pay. In line there were two people before me. A little boy was buying some rather strange clothes. He chatted with anyone who was interested in the clothes and soon we learnt that he was going to a kindergarte



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