Ⅰ. 听小对话, 选择图片***共5小题;每小题1分，满分5分***
1. What does the boy want to be in the future?
2. What did the doctor ask Lily to eat?
3. Where are the man and the woman probably talking?
4. Which sport does John like best?
5. How much did the watch cost?
Ⅱ. 听长对话，回答问题***共10小题; 每小题1分，满分10分***
6. Which subject is mentioned in the conversation?
A. English B. History C. Chinese
7. What did Mary forget to bring?
A. Her homework B. Her book C. Her computer
8. What’s the date today?
A. November 1st. B. November 3rd. C. November 7th.
9. Who answered the woman’s phone call?
A. Dick. B. Tom. C. Mike.
10. Who does the woman try to speak to?
A. Lucy. B. Lily. C. Betty.
11. What telephone number does the woman really want to call?
A. 6623. B. 6624. C. 6625.
12. What kind of movies are they talking about?
A. Fiction movies. B. Action movies. C. Comedy movies.
13. What did the woman think of the movie?
A. Wonderful. B. Great. C. Awful.
14. Which actor did the man like?
A. Jackie Chan. B. Jet Li. C. Mr Bean.
15. What was the woman busy doing all the time?
A. Laughing. B. Crying. C. Eating popcorn.
Ⅲ. 听短文，回答问题***共5小题; 每小题1 分，满分5 分***
16. How old is the girl?
A. Seven. B. Eight. C. Nine.
17. What TV Program did the girl enter?
A. Black Peter. B. Blue Peter. C. Green Peter.
18. What did the girl design a coin for?
A. The 2012 London Olympics.
B. The talent show on the TV program.
C. The use in people’s daily life.
19. How was the girl’s design?
A. Simple and useful. B. Simple and beautiful. C. Simple and interesting.
20. Why was the girl excited?
A. Because she got much pocket money.
B. Because her picture was turned into a coin.
C. Because she would take part in the Olympics.
2l. — Oh, dear! There isn’t enough _____ for us in the lift.
— No hurry. Let’s wait for the next.
A. floor B. seat C. room D. ground
22. —Did you ______that Nancy has been a little too quiet these days?
— Yes. She didn’t even say a word this afternoon.
A. hope B. notice C. explain D. decide
23. — Why is your bedroom so dirty?
— Sorry, Mum. It ___________. I felt very tired after playing soccer.
A. isn’t cleaned B. didn’t clean C. doesn’t clean D. wasn’t cleaned
24. — Would you mind turning up the music?
— ________. Dad is sleeping now.
A. Sorry, I can’t do it B. OK, I’ll do it C. No, not at all D. Yes, please
25. — What do you want to eat for lunch? I will prepare earlier today.
— Honey, you_____. Let’s go out to have something different.
A. mustn’t B. can’t C. shouldn’t D. don’t have to
26. — Mom, I was the first to reach the top of the mountain.
— Good job, Charlie. I’m ______ of you.
A. tired B. proud C. sure D. sick
27. — I saw your friend at the hospital this morning. What’s the matter with her?
— Oh, ___________. She is a doctor there.
A. you’re right B. it’s a pity C. don’t worry D. you’re welcome
28. — Could you tell me what he said just now?
— Sorry, I_____ what was happening outside.
A. had thought B. was thinking C. thought D. think
29. — Why didn’t you try your best to get on the subway?
— I tried to, but it started moving ______ I could get on it.
A. before B. after C. since D. if
30. — Zhang Lili, “the most beautiful teacher”, has moved us deeply.
— Yes, and she is ______ popular with her students.
A. sometimes B. never C. always D. hardly
31. — So many problems! I’m too tired.
— You should try to _____________ them by yourself. You’re not a child any longer.
A. get over B. get off C. get on D. get into
32. — Is this your notebook?
— No, it isn’t. Ask Bill. He is looking for _____.
A. mine B. yours C. hers D. his
33. — Judy, I guess you are only twenty-five years old, is that true?
— Oh, it’s a ______.
A. suggestion B. secret C. reason D. problem
34. — Can you guess _______ the new Nike sports shoes?
—Yes, maybe he asked his grandpa for the money, I think.
A. how he paid for B. where he bought C. when he paid for D. why he bought
35. — Are you confident about the English Speech Contest, Sally?
— __________. I’ve got everything ready!
A. Of course not B. It’s hard to say C. Sure, I am D. I am afraid not
A little boy named Harry became very ill. He had to lie in bed all day, unable to move. He spent his days feeling 36 and blue.
There wasn’t much he could do except look out of the 37 . Time passed, and his illness frustrated him. Until one day he saw a strange 38 in the window. It was a penguin eating a sausage
sandwich. The penguin got in 39 the open window, and said “good afternoon” to Harry, turned around, and __40 quickly.
Of course, Harry was very 41 . He was still trying to work out what had happened. Outside his window he saw a monkey busy blowing up a balloon. At first Harry asked himself 42 that could
possibly be, but after a while, as more and more crazy-looking 43 appeared outside the window, he couldn’t help 44 and found it hard to stop.
An elephant jumped on a stone, or a dog wore a pair of glasses and acted in a 45 way. The little boy didn’t tell anyone about this. Those strange characters ended up putting joy back in his
heart, and in his body. Before long, his health had 46 so much that he was able to go back to school again.
There he told his classmates all that he had 47 . While he was talking to his best friend, he saw __48 coming out of his friend’s school bag. Harry asked his friend what it was, and he was so
insistent ***坚持*** that 49 his friend had to show him what was in the bag.
There, inside, were all the things that his best friend had been using to try to 50 the little boy!
And from that day on, Harry always did his best to make sure that no one felt sad and alone.
36. A. happy B. sad C. excited D. cool
37. A. roof B. hole C. window D. wall
38. A. photo B. painting C. sign D. shape
39. A. above B. below C. over D. through
40. A. left B. slept C. flew D. drove
41. A. annoyed B. surprised C. bored D. tired
42. A. what B. which C. when D. where
43. A. people B. students C. children D. characters
44. A. crying B. laughing C. running D. coughing
45. A. funny B. rude C. dull D. strict
46. A. grown B. improved C. increased D. developed
47. A. acted B. heard C. experienced D. dreamed
48. A. something B. anything C. nothing D. everything
49. A. quickly B. suddenly C. immediately D. finally
50. A. cheer up B. give up C. make up D. put up
51. Who is this postcard sent to?
A. Peter. B. Gemma. C. Kim. D. Tom.
52. Which country does this postcard come from?
A. Canada. B. China. C. England. D. Australia.
53. How did Tom go to Holiday Cove?
A. By plane. B. By ship. C. By car. D. By train.
54. Why does Peter want to go to the aquarium instead of the crocodile farm?
A. Because he has visited it before. B. Because he is afraid of crocodiles.
C. Because he is interested in dolphins. D. Because he has no tickets to the crocodile farm.
55. Where is Tom going on Friday?
A. Holiday Cove. B. Rest Harbor. C. Mill Hill. D. Golden Beach.
You’ve probably heard of working dogs that help police officers, or horses that help farmers. Did you know that carrier pigeons***信鸽***can be trained to help people too? Here are some examples.
Carrier pigeons can be trained to carry messages to people. The note is placed into a small can. The can is tied to the pigeon’s leg. Then the pigeon flies off with the note.
From high up in the sky, specially trained pigeons can find orange life jackets in the ocean. Sometimes it is difficult for humans to find people lost at sea, especially when the weather is
bad. However, pigeons can fly quickly over a large area of water to look for people.
Many years ago, carrier pigeons were used to help our country during wars ***战争***. “Spy pigeons” had small cameras that were tied to their feet. As a pigeon flew over enemy ***敌人***land, the
camera took photos of the land below. This would allow our soldiers to see where the enemies were and what they were doing.
So next time you see a pigeon, stop and watch it closely. What might look like an ordinary bird to most people, might actually be helpful.
56. Which part of the carrier pigeon is the can tied to?
A. The pigeon’s back. B. The pigeon’s head. C. The pigeon’s neck. D. The pigeon’s leg.
57. What kind of people can the carrier pigeons find?
A. The people in orange life jackets at sea. B. The people in red jackets in the boats.
C. The people swimming in the ocean. D. The people lost in the mountains.
58. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?
A. A pigeon could predict what the weather would be like.
B. A pigeon was tied with a small camera around its leg.
C. A pigeon could help us to know the number of the enemy.
D. A pigeon carried the camera to take photos of the enemy land.
59. What kind of jobs are mentioned for a carrier pigeon?
A. A mailman, a lifeguard and a spy. B. A trainer, a spy and a police officer.
C. A soldier, a police officer and a mailman. D. A farmer, a weather reporter and a lifeguard.
60. What is the purpose of writing this article?
A. To make readers like pigeons more.
B. To teach readers about the lives of wild pigeons.
C. To tell readers about real jobs held by carrier pigeons.
D. To share science fictions about pigeons helping people.
It was midday when I got the call that my grandfather was not well and he was quickly getting worse. My family did not know how long he would stay in the world. I knew I had to get to the
hospital to tell him how much I loved him. As I drove to the hospital, I pictured him before I got to tell him how much he meant to me. Trying to fight back the tears, I wanted to stay calm
when I saw him.
When I got to the hospital, I hurriedly looked for his hospital room. I found him in a semi-conscious state***半清醒状态***. On my knees, I said softly, “Hello, Grandpa.”
Still feeling shy, I decided not to leave his bedside without letting him know. While I asked about how he was, he told me, “I’ll be fine, Henry.” although we both knew that wasn’t true. Then
he asked me with a smile how I was doing.
Hearing what my grandpa said, I was much moved. I made the decision that I had to show my gratitude for him. As I found all the courage ***勇气*** I had, I hold his hand tightly. I cried
out, “Grandpa. I just want to let you know how much I love you. I hope you already know that yet I just want to make sure.” By this time, tears were rolling down my face. All those years of
love that I had shut and not let him know, became free.
Smilingly, he said, “I know. Thank you for telling me that. All I have on this planet is my family and my love for them. If there is anything I could ask of you, I want you to be good to your
family, your mother, your father, and your brother. That’s all I want of you.”
What I learned that day changed my whole life.
From then on, I began telling people how much I love them, care for them, and respect them. I get in touch with, for example, my babysitter, my barber, to show my appreciation. I go down into
the city once a week and serve pizza to the homeless. I wake up every morning and list everything I’m thankful to in my life.
61. The author got the news of Grandpa’s illness________.
A. in the morning B. at noon C. in the evening D. at midnight
62. The author didn’t tell Grandpa his love because _______ to say love to Grandpa before.
A. he was too shy B. he was too frightened C. he was too busy D. he had no chances
63. The underlined word “gratitude” ***in Paragraph 4*** means _________ in Chinese.
A. 兴奋 B.惊讶 C. 害怕 D. 感激
64. The author wrote this passage to tell readers mainly about ________.
A. how to think highly of others B. how to help others get out of trouble
C. how to get in touch with others D. how to share feelings with others
65. The story develops with the changes of __________.
A. the author’s life B. Grandpa’s feelings C. the author’s emotion D. Grandpa’s illness
Steven Jobs was born in 1955. He was an American businessman and inventor. He was the co-founder and chief executive officer ***CEO*** of Apple Inc. In the late 1970s, Steve, with Apple
co-founder Steve Wozniak, Mike Markkula, and others, designed, developed, and marketed one of the first successful lines of personal computers, the Apple II series and later, the Macintosh.
Steve was among the greatest of American inventors – brave enough to think differently, and believed he could change the world and in fact, he had the power to change the whole world. By
making computers personal and putting the Internet in our pockets, he has brought joy to millions of children and grownups.
Steve was fond of saying that he lived every day like it was his last. He changed the way each of us sees the world. Steve’s brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless
innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is much better because of Steve. On October 5, 2011, Steve died of cancer. The world has lost a visionary. We all feel sad about
66. Where can we find this passage?
A. In a science book. B. In a science fiction novel.
C. In a dictionary. D. In a newspaper.
67. Why Steve was fond of saying that he lived every day like it was his last?
A. Because he knew he would die soon. B. Because he was too busy every day.
C. Because he was humorous. D. Because he wanted to make full use of time.
68. From the passage, we can know that ______.
A. It is cancer that took the Steve’s life
B. Steve’s brilliance, passion and energy enrich and improve all of our lives
C. Apple II series and the Macintosh have made computers personal and put the Internet in our pockets
D. Steve was a businessman but not an inventor
69. According to the passage, “a visionary” means ______.
A. 一位伟人 B. 一位见证者 C. 一位梦想家 D. 一位冒险家
70. What would be the best title for this passage?
A. Steve Jobs’ death B. Our loss of a great CEO
C. A great inventor, Steve Jobs D. The great changes in our lives
VII. 任务型阅读***共5小题;每小题1 分，满分5 分***
71. The first and greatest rule. Talking is not allowed, even including talking quietly during the music.
72. The musicians do not need your help, and your neighbors need silence. Learn to tap ***轻敲*** your fingers quietly on the chair – it’s a good finger exercise.
73. Drinks and candies are not allowed.
74. Remember that you are representing your school, and you want to be on your best behavior. There are many eyes looking at you.
A. Do not embarrass your teacher nor your school
B. No singing, tapping fingers or feet
C. Please have nothing in your mouth, besides your teeth and tongue
D. Do not talk
75. What’s the best title for this material?
A. The Rules of Concert Etiquette B. The Rules of Hotel Etiquette
C. The Rules of Bank Etiquette D. The Rules of Airport Etiquette
76. A shark is a dangerous ***动物*** that lives in the sea.
77. Lin Shuhao did a good job in the basketball match last month. He is my favorite ***明星***.
78. John is ***幸运的*** enough to be chosen for the swimming club.
79. It has been the ***第十*** day since we climbed the Great Wall.
80. He borrowed my iPhone 4s and hasn’t ***归还*** it to me.
81. Newton was sitting under an apple tree when an apple f onto his head.
82. In my hometown, the weather of this summer is much h than that of last summer.
83. Tom and Jerry r their bikes to Uncle Ma’s Farm twice a month.
84. The mother cat was killed, and the baby cat had to live by i .
85. Pass me that pair of glasses, please. I can’t see the words c .
The number of adults who smoke in the UK has fallen in recent years. Smoking among children, 86 , is increasing. More and more young people get to depend on cigarettes, just as adults do.
Most of these young people here are 87 fourteen and sixteen. Smoking among teenagers is as popular now as it 88 20 years ago. Cigarettes still 89 120,000 people a year. And doctors say unless
that changes, it will become one of the health 90 of the future.
注意：1. 文中应包含所有要点;2. 不能出现真实的校名和姓名;3.开头已给出 ***不计入总词数*** ，你只需接着写;4. 词数：80左右。
Group work is often organized in the English classroom. Let me show you how to do it.
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11-20. ABCAC CBACB
21-30. CBDAD BCBAC
31-40. ADBAC BCDDA
41-50. BADBA BCADA
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81. fell 82. hotter/humider 83. ride 84. itself 85. clearly
86. however 87. between 88. was 89. kill 90. problems
Ⅹ. 书面表达***共15分*** One possible version:
Group work is often organized in the English classroom. Let me show you how to do it. Firstly, we have different tasks in group work; Secondly, we discuss the topic the teacher provides;
Thirdly, someone writes down the key points and forms a report; Fourthly, we must finish the task in time. At last, one of us comes to the front to make a report.
As for me/ In my opinion/ In my view, I like the way we study, because it is very interesting and useful. I can talk freely. I can improve my English. ***I don’t like the way we study, because
I think it’s boring. What’s more, I am afraid of making mistakes while talking.***
Ⅰ. 听小对话, 选择图片。本题共有五个小题，在每一小题内你将听到一个小对话，我们把对话念一遍。请你从试卷上的A、B、C三个选项中，选择一幅恰当的图片。
1. W: Do you want to be a policeman in the future?
M: Yes, I hope so.
2. M: Hi, Lily! Are you feeling better these days?
W: Well, yes. The doctor made me eat more vegetables .
3. W: I think you wear clothes of size 12.
M: Let me try this T-shirt on.
4. W: What a lovely day! Shall we go boating, John?
M: Great! That’s my favourite!
5. W: Did the watch cost you much?
M: Not too much. I bought it for $25.
M: Hi, Mary, what’s up? You look worried.
W: Hi, Tom. Yes, I’m not doing very well.
M: What happened?
W: I won’t pass my history because I didn’t hand in my homework today.
M: You are good at history. Don’t worry so much.
W: I love history, but I forgot to bring my history homework today. It’s already November the eighth.
M: Well , tell me again when you should hand in your homework?
W: November the eighth.
M: Oh, you can smile now. It’s only November the seventh today.
W: Really? Oh, I’m lucky.
M: Hello, this is Mike speaking.
W: Lucy, please.
M: I’m sorry, you must have the wrong number. There’s no one of that name here.
W: Oh. Can I check the number I’ve got? Er, is that 6623?
M: No, it’s 6621.
W: Oh, sorry about that. I had the wrong number.
M: No problem! Bye!
W: How do you like that action movie, Rush Hour?
M: I like it very much.
W: You must be joking! The acting was awful!
M: I don’t think so. Jackie Chan, he’s very cool.
W: The only good thing was my popcorn, very tasty.
M: You must have been hungry. You ate it all yourself!
W: Well, you were too busy laughing all the time.
M: I couldn’t help, I think Jackie Chan is really funny.
Florence Jackson is a 9-year-old girl. She loves drawing. She beat 17,000 people and won a competition on the TV program, Blue Peter. The competition asked people to design a 50 penny coin
for the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Her design was simple and interesting. She was the first child to design a British coin.
She said, “I am so excited. It was a real surprise to win. I’d never entered a Blue Peter competition before, but really wanted to take part because I love drawing. It was amazing to see my
picture turned into a coin. I can’t wait to see it in my pocket money!”