第一节 （共5小题；每小题1. 5分，满分7. 5分）
例：How much is the shirt?
A. ￡19. 15. B. ￡9. 15 C. ￡9. 18
1. Who is coming for tea?
A. John. &nSPAN lang=Ebsp; B. Mark. C. Tracy.
2. What will the man do next?
A. Leave right away. B. Stay for dinner. C. Catch a train
3. What does the man come for?
A. A lecture. B. A meeting. C. A party.
4. What size does the man want?
A. 9. B. 35. C. 39.
5. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Life in Southeast Asia B. Weather conditions. C. A holiday tour.
第二节（共15小题；每小题1. 5分，满分22. 5分）
6. What is the man doing?
A. Giving a speech. B. Chairing a meeting. C. Introducing a person.
7. Why soes the woman sing so well?
A. She has a great teacher. B. She teaches singing. C. She is young.
8. What is the second gift for Jimmy?
A. A car. B. A watch. C. A computer.
9. Why does Jimmy feel happy?
A. He lives with his parents.
B. He’s got what he dreamt of.
C. He’s received lots of presents.
10. What is the relationship between the speakers?
A. They are friends.
B. They are strangers to each other.
C. They are husband and wife
11. Why does the woman come to talk with the man?
A. To get a job. B. To take a test. C. To see the secretary.
12. What does the man mean by saying sorry?
A. He can’t hear the woman clearly.
B. He doesn’t need a designer.
C. He can’t help the woman.
13. What do we know about the woman?
A. She lives close to the office.
B. r-indent-count: She is new to the company.
C. She likes the big kitchen.
14. How does the man go to work?
A. On foot. B. By bus. C. By car
15. Why was Susan late for work?
A. She missed the bus.
B. Her train was late.
C. Her car broke down.
16. What will the man do the next day?
A. Go to work by train.
B. Visit Lily in her flat.
C. Leave home earlier.
17. Where can you most probably hear this talk?
A. In a class of the English language.
B. In a class of the Greek language.
C. In a class of the French language.
18. How long does the class last?
A. 11 weeks. B. 13 weeks. C. 15 weeks.
19. What is “the short-cut” to learning words according to the speaker?
A. Taking more courses.
B. Reading basic words aloud.
C. Learning how words are formed.
20. Why is the class popular?
A. It is not offered each term.
B. It’s taught by Professor Morris.
C. It helps to master some useful rules.
第二部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分45分）第一节 单项填空（共15小题；每小题1分，满分15分）
例：It is generally considered unwise to give a child ______ he or she wants.
A. however B. whatever C. whichever D. whenever
21. —I saw Jane and her boyfriend in the park at eight yesterday evening.
—Impossible. She ______ TV with me in my home then.
A. watched B. had watched C. would watch D. was watching
22. —How about ______ Christmas evening party?
—I should say it was ______ success.
A. a; a B. The; a C. a;不填 D. the; 不填
23. The book is of great value. can be enjoyed unless you digest it.
A. Nothing B. Something C. Everything D. Anything
24. Jenny hopes that Mr. Smith will suggest a good way to have her written English ______ in a short period.
A. improved B. improving C. to improve D. improve
25. My MP4 player isn’t in my bag. Where ______ I have put it?
A. can B. must C. should D. would
26. —Com0;e on, please give me some ideas about the project.
—Sorry. With so much work ______ my mind, I almost break down.
A. filled B. filling C. to fill D. being filled
27. The village has developed a lot ______ we learned farming two years agoo.
A. when B. which C. that D. where
28. —Excuse me, do you have the time?
A. Yes, I do B. Of course, I have
C. A quarter to ten D. No problem
29. You will be successful in the interview ______ you have confidence.
A. before B. once C. until D. though
30. Danny ______ hard for long to realize his dream and now he is popular.
A. works B. is working C. has worked D. worked
31. —You are always full of _______. Can you tell me the secret?
—Taking plenty of exercise every day.
A. power B. strength C. force D. energy
32. Although ______ my opinion, the old professor didn’t come up with his own.
A. against B. on C. for D. in
33. The news of the mayor’s coming to our school for a visit was ______ on the radio yesterday.
A. turned out B. found out C. given out D. carried out
34. —Do you need any help, Lucy?
—Yes, The job is ______ I could do myself.
A. less than B. more than C. no more than D. not more than
35. It is none of your business ______ other people think about you. Believe yourself.
A. how B. what C. which D. when
第二节 完形填空（共20小题；每小题1. 5分，满分30分）
）中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。I grew up in a tiny Baltimore row house in a faraway mountain area. My parents ___36___ the necessities of life ___37___ they couldn’t give much more. If I asked my father ___38___ a pair of jeans, he would say, “If you want them, make the money and buy them ___39___.” He wasn’t being mean; he just couldn’t ___40___ them. From age 12 on, I did part-time jobs after school.
When I ___41___ from high school, I joined the navy. Soon I was in a boot camp(新兵训练营) at Parris Island, S. C., where I learned that life in the navy centered around completing daily ___42___. These could be anything from cleaning the camp to conducting mock(模拟的) battles. Completing these tasks successfully ___43___ discipline, team-work and responsibility. It didn’t ___44___ whether you were black, white or Asian; everyone worked together for the ___45___of the company.
I went ___46___ to graduate from the U. S. Naval Academy and later became an officer in the navy. The part of my job I ___47___ most was the comseling(咨询) meeting I ___48___ with the family members of the men and women in my ___49___, trying to help them deal with the long periods of ___50___. These proved popular and word of them spread.___51___ I was being asked to give encouraging ___52___ to business groups, educators and kids across the country.
But I consider the boot camp my first real ___53___, and my life is still guided by the ___54___ lessons I learned there. It taught me discipline, friendship and the pride related to setting a task every day and working hard to ___55___ it.
36. A. provided B. got C. made D. bought
37. A. while B. but C. so D. or
38. A. about B. with C. for D. of
39. A. themselves B. ourselves C. yourself D. myself
40. A. pay B. find C. produce D. afford
41. A. came B. returned C. escaped D. graduated
42. A. drills B. tasks C. exercises D. reports
43. A. included B. asked C. required D. met
44. A. matter B. mean C. exist D. work
45. A. good B. boss C. rest D. right
46. A. out B. on C. away D. off
47. A. took B. hated C. enjoyed D. did
48. A. ended B. began C. continued D. held
49. A. charge B. situation C. position D. choice
50. A. lessons B. meeting C. training D. separation
51. A. Long before B. Before long C. As usual D. Once again
52. A. performances B. descriptions C. speeches D. gifts
53. A. vacation B. place C. job D. travel
54. A. important B. bitter C. normal D. difficult
55. A. gain B. achieve C. show D. match
When I met him, I had a lot of anger inside of me. I’ve lived my whole life in Spanish Harlem, but in my neighborhood, there are shoot-ups all the time. I know kids who have been shot or beaten up. I have friends who ended up in prison. I could have ended up that way, too, but Mr. Clark wouldn’t let that happen.
Mr. Clark worked long hours, making sure I did my work. My grades rose. In fact, the scoresof our whole class rose. One day, he took our class to see The Phantom of the Opera, and it was the first time some kids had ever been out of Harlem. Before the show, he treated us to dinner at a restaurant and taught us not to talk with our mouths full. We did not want to let him down.
Mr. Clark was selected as Disney’s 2000 Teacher of the Year. He said he would draw three names out of0pt a hat; those students would go with him to Los Angeles to get the award. But when the time came to draw names, Mr. Clark said, “You’re all going.”
On graduation day, there were a lot of tears. We didn’t want his class to end. In 2001, he moved to Atlanta, but he always kept in touch. He started giving lectures about education, and wrote a bestselling book based on his classroom rules, The Essential 55. In 2003, Mr. Clark took some of us on a trip to South Africa to deliver school supplies and visit orphanages(孤儿院). It was the most amazing experience of my life. It’s now my dream to one day start a group of women’s clubs, helping people from all backgrounds.
56. Without Mr. Clark, the writer _______.
A. might have been put into prison B. might not have won the prize
C. might have joined a women’s club D. might not have moved to Atlanta
57. The Essential___55___is _______.
A. a show B. a speech C. a classroom rule D. a book
58. How many students’names were finally drawn out of a hat by Mr. Clark?
A. None B. Three &nbsnp; C. Fifty-five. D. All.
59. In the passage, the writer intends to tell us that _______.
A. Mr. Clark went to South Africa because he liked travelling
B. Mr. Clark helped to set up a group of women’s clubs
C. a good teacher can help raise his or her students’ scores
D. a good teacher has a good influence on his or her students
A small town in southwest Britain is banning(禁止) plastic bags in an attempt to help the environment and cut waste－a step that environmentalists believe is a first for Europe.
Shopkeepers in Modbury population 1, 500, agreed to stop handing out disposable plastic bags to customers on Saturday. They said paper sacks and cloth carrier bags would be offered instead.
Last month, San Franciso became the first U. S. city to ban plastic grocery bags. Internationally, laws to discourage the use of plastic bags have been passed in parts of South Africa and Ireland, where govermments either tax shoppers who use them or fine companies that hand them out. Bangladesh already bans them, and so do at least 30 remote Alaskan villages.
Modbury, about 225 miles southwest of London, has also declared a bag ammesty(宽限期), allowing local people to hand in plastic bags that have piled up at home. They will be sent for a recveling.
The Modbury ban was the idea of Rebecca Hosking, who saw the effect of bags on manne life while working in the Pacific as a wildlife camerawoman. She said response(反应) in the town so far had been “really positive”.
“Modbury is quite an old-fashioned town and a lot of people have wicker baskets to go out shopping anyway,” Hosking told Sky News Television.
The Worldwatch Institute, an environmental research agency, states that 100 billion plastic bags are thrown away each year in the United States alone. More than 500 billion are used yearly around the world.
60. What was Rebecca Hosking?
A. A lawyer. B. An environmentalist.
C. A sailor. D. A photographer.
61. The underlined word “disposable” in the passage probably means ______.
A. acceptable B. valuable C. throw-away D. long-lasting
62. It can be inferred from the passage that ______.
A. most of the people in Modbury continue to use plastic bags
B. fewer and fewer plastic bags will be used in the world.
C. San Francisco is the first city to ban plastic bags in the world
D. most countries in the world have passed laws to ban plastic bags
63. Which of the following would be the best title of the passage?
A. Environmental Protection
B. Big Cities Banning Plastic Bags
C. Effect of Plastic Fags on Sea Animals
D. British Town Banning Plastic Bags
Scientists have found what look like caves on Mars(火星), and say they could be protecting life from the planet’s terrible environment.
The first caves discovered beyond the Earth appear as seven anysterious black dots on the pictures sent back by NASA’s Mars Odyssey orbiter. Each as large as a football field, they may be openings into natural caves below the Martian surface.
“If there is life on Mars, there is a good chance you’d find it in caves,” said Jut Wynne, one of the researchers who noticed the features while working on a US Geological Survey Mars Cave Detection Program.
Jonathan Clarke, a geologist with the Mars Society of Australia, yesterday described the discovery as exciting.
One photo taken at night by an infrared imager(红外线成像器) showed one hole to be usually warm, suggesting hot air trapped during the day is flowing out.
I said: “Wow, that’s a cave’” Dr. Clarke said excitedly. “People have been looking for these for a long time; now we have found them.”
He agreed such caves would be perfect places to hunt for life escaping from the bitterly cold, radiation-soaked(充满辐射的), dry surface.
“Tiny drops of water could collect inside,” he said. “If there are gases coming out, they could provide energy for a whole range of bacteria. A cave is also a protection from radiation; the surface of Mars is -SIZE: 10.5pt; FONT-FAMIexposed to high levels of space radiation.”
The caves probably formed when tube-shaped lave flows(管状岩浆流) spread across the planet long ago. The outside of the tubes cooled, forming solid walls, while something hotter inside allowed the remaining have to flow out, forming caves.
64. What does the passage mainly talk about?
A. How the caves were formed on Mars.
B. How scientists found these caves on Mars.
C. Caves on Mars may be full of hot air or a sign of life.
D. Scientiste have completely recognized the surface of Mars.
65. We can learn from the passage that _______.
A. water has already been found on Mars
B. the scientists found all the caves at night
C. it is certain that there is life in these caves
D. the surface of Mars is bitterly cold, radiation-soaked and dry
66. According to the passage, Dr. Clarke was so excited because_______.
A. such caves could provide energy for life
B. they had finally found the caves on Mars
C. such caves would be perfect places to hunt for life
D. scientists had long been looking for these caves
67. Necessary conditions for life on Mars mentioned in the passage may include_______.
A. lava and energy
B. water and radiation from space
C. gases and lava
D. water and protection from radiation
68. The best title of the 3nl advertisement would be
A. Training at Home B. Learning at Home
C. Recording Work D. Working at Home
69. According to the information above, if your child has hearing problems, you can turn to_______.
A. At-Home Profession Corp. B. Globe Insurance Company
C. Bradford Pubbcations D. American Inventors Corp.
70. From the advertisements above, we can learn that_______.
A. Globe Insurance Company has a history of___51___years
B. as a medical transcriptionist, you may earn $ 25, 000 a month
C. Bradford Publications offers a treatment to hearing impaired parents
D. you can visit www. aic. com when you invent a new model of hearing aid
Dogs wag(摇摆) their tails in different directions depending on whether they are excited and wanting to move forward or threatened and thinking of moving back, a study has found.
Researchers in Italy examined the tail wagging behavior of 30 dogs, catching their responses to a range of stimuli(刺激物) with video cameras. To conduct the study they chose 15 male dogs and 15 female ones aged between one and six years. The dogs were all family pets whose owners had allowed them to take part in the experiment at Bari University. The dogs were placed i years. Tn a large wooden box with an opening at the front to allow for them to view various stimuli. They were tested one at a time.
The researchers led by Professor Giorgio Vallortigara of the University of Trieste found that when the dogs were shown their owners—a positive experience—their tails wagged energetically to the right side. When they were shown an unfamiliar human they wagged to the right, but with somewhat less enthusiasm. The appearance of a cat again caused a right-hand side wag, although with less intensity again. The appearance of a large unfamiliar dog, similar to a German shepherd, changed the direction of tail wagging to the left. Researchers supposed the dog was thinking of moving back. When the dogs were not shown any stimuli they tended to wag their tails to the left, suggesting they preferred company. While the changes in the tail wagging were not easily noticed without the aid of video, it was thought that the findings could help people judge the mood (心情) of dogs. Computer and video systems, for example, could be used by professional dog trainers to determine the mood of dogs that they were required to approach.
71. The video cameras were used to catch the dogs’ responses because_______.
A. it was easier to catch the dogs’ response changes in the tail wagging
B. the dogs were put in the wooden boxes and tested one at a time.
C. they enabled the dogs’ owners to know about their dogs’ habit
D. the dogs wagged their tails in different directions when they were in different moods
72. The underlined word “intensity” in the passage means_______.
A. surprise B. worry C. excitement D. interest
73. When there are no stimuli, a dog will _______.
A. wag to the left B. wag to the right
C. not wag at all D. wag to the left and then to the right
74. The underlined word “they” refers to _______.
A. the dogs B. the trainers C. the systems D. the researchers
75. The purpose of doing the experiment is _______.
A. to train dogs for their owners B. to help people judge the mood of dogs
C. to help dogs find company D. to help people choose their pet dogs
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I am a student of Senior Tree in a middle school in Fujian Province.
In order that we can make the best of learning materials, the Students’Union of our school is arranging an activity. We students of Senfor Three are called on to give away our used books, newspapers or magazines to the students in the lower grades. The idea, which is intendent to promote friendsship and encourage economy, is highly praised and supported by the teachers and students alike. The activity will last about ten days, from June 10 to 20.
As a student, I am strongly for the activity because it is very meaningful and helpful. I hope that this kind of activity will continue in the future.