英 语 试 题
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( )1. How did Jack go to Tibet?
A. By plane. B. By train. C. By car.
( )2. What will happen if the boy doesn’t have enough sleep?
A. He can’t exercise well. B. He won’t live happily. C. He will be ill.
( )3. Whom does the woman want to buy a T-shirt for?
A. Her son. B. Her husband. C. Her dad.
( )4. Where can the woman buy medical books?
A. On the left of the second floor.
B. Across from the Children’s Department.
C. Next to the Men’s Clothing Department.
( )5. Who is going to No. 1 High Shool?
A. Peter. B. Linda. C. Helen.
( )6. Which school do Peter’s parents think is the best?
A. No. 1 High School. B. No. 5 High School. C. No. 3 High School.
( )7. Why doesn’t Peter want to go to No. 5 High School?
A. It’s too far from his home.
B. The students are very excellent.
C. The teachers are not experienced.
( )8. Where did Sam and Mable go?
A. To the city. B. To the countryside. C. To Sam’s house.
( )9. Which of the following was true on the farm?
A. The river looked big this time of year.
B. The horse looked better than in the picture.
C. The farmhouse looked worse than in the picture.
( )10. Why did Sam and Mabel have to walk?
A. Because the car was out of order.
B. Because Sam needed some exercise.
C. Because it was a long way from the city.
( )11. What did Mary’s uncle send her chickens for?
A. For her favorite. B. For her birthday. C. For her good grades.
( )12. What happened on Mary’s way to the garden the next day?
A. She dropped the box. B. She caught some chickens.
C. Her uncle came to see her.
( ) 13. Which place didn’t the chickens run into?
A. The roads. B. The shops. C. Mary’s room.
( )14. How many chickens did Mary’s uncle send to her?
A. Eleven. B. Six. C. Five.
( )15. What can you learn from the conversation?
A. Mary looked for chickens everywhere with her uncle.
B. Mary spent a little time getting all the chickens back.
C. Mary caught more chickens than those her uncle sent her.
( )16. -Nowadays people like to post photos of _______ on Facebook.
-But I don’t think it’s safe for us to do so.
A. our B. their C. themselves D. ourselves
( )17. —Ben, I didn’t see Joyce at the concert last night.
—She said her hand hurt, but that was only a(n) . I saw her play ping-pong just now.
A. result B. excuse C. matter D. expression
( )18. —Can you lend me 200 yuan, Carol? I need a new bicycle.
—Sure. But I have to go to the bank to some money first.
A. get B. give C. make D. raise
( )19. —What do you think of the sweater?
—It’s too , and I don’t have enough money to buy it.
A. cheap B. nice C. expensive D. popular
( )20.—Do you know what to do when an earthquake happens?
—Yes, you should keep calm and go to an open area as as possible.
A. quickly B. quietly C. widely D. slowly
( )21. —Peter, can you give me some advice about the self-driving travel?
—OK. You’d better take the GPS with you you won’t get lost.
A. because B. until C. as soon as D. so that
( )22. —The more I get to know Cathy, the more I can realize that we have a lot .
— No wonder she is your best friend.
A. in need B. in common C. in style D. in general
( )23. —Let’s plan a party for our class. What’s your idea?
—Why not a short play?
A. put on B. have on C. get on D. keep on
( )24. — Could you please tell me ?
— Yes. There is one on Center Street.
A. where can I buy some stamps
B. when you will take your vacation
C. how to choose a better restaurant
D. if there are any restaurants around here
( )25. — I’ll give a speech in front of the class tomorrow. I am a bit nervous.
A. Sounds great. B. What a pity!
C. What a shame! D. Take it easy.
“You know, Ann,” my friend Nick said, “Lisa and Anita were just talking about you.” I got 26 at once. “They said that you 27 the Student Union just because the teacher likes you, not because you’re excellent.”
I tried to 28 myself from crying. After Nick told me everything my supposed best friends said about me, I felt I was alone.
Lisa and Anita came in, acting as if nothing had happened. I was 29 that they were able to pretend(假装) we had the perfect friendship, 30 since they had said such hurtful things.
The tongue(舌头) can be our 31 sometimes. Rumors(流言) do harm to friendship. They are like sharp knives, breaking friendship into pieces. 32 we say unkind things about others, we’re hurting their hearts.
So 33 was I supposed to act next? I thought of saying bad things about them too. But instead, I told them directly they had hurt me. Lisa started crying and Anita was silent. I knew they were both sorry for what they had said. They said sorry to me, and I forgave(原谅) 34 though I was still unhappy. Sure, things were a little embarrassing at first, but soon enough everything was back to the way it had been before.
I still 35 rumors from time to time. Talking about others is part of our life, but the more I learn about friendship, the more I realize the importance of tolerating(宽容) others.
( )26. A. relaxed B. nervous C. scared D. tired
( )27. A. joined B. made C. attended D. chose
( )28. A. keep B. take C. treat D. help
( )29. A. worried B. excited C. surprised D. satisfied
( )30. A. exactly B. especially C. probably D. generally
( )31. A. tool B. friend C. language D. enemy
( )32. A. Since B. When C. Until D. Though
( )33. A. what B. who C. why D. where
( )34. A. me B. myself C. them D. themselves
( )35. A. deal with B. help with C. agree with D. argue with
A young man wanted a job as a farmhand. When the farmer asked for his experiences about the work, he said, “I can sleep when the wind blows.”
This puzzled(感到困惑) the farmer. But he liked the young man, and agreed.
A few days later, the farmer and his wife were awakened in the night by a heavy storm. They quickly began to see if all was safe. They found that the doors of the farmhouse had been safely fastened, and a lot of wood had been set next to the fireplace.
The young man was fast asleep.
The farmer and his wife then looked at everything carefully. They found that the farm tools had been placed in the storage room, safe from the bad weather. The barn(谷仓) was properly locked. Even the animals were fine. All was well.
The farmer then understood the meaning of the young man’s words, “ I can sleep when the wind blows.”
The farmhand did his work carefully. When the sky was clear, he had got everything ready for the storm in case it broke. So when the wind blew, there was no need for him to be afraid. He could sleep in peace.
( )36. The farmer gave the job to the young man because ______.
A. the young man could sleep well
B. he liked the young man
C. the young man’s answer puzzled him
D. the young man looked experienced
( )37. The underlined word “fastened” in Paragraph 3 means ______.
A. closed B. built C. taken D. moved
( )38. From the passage, we can learn that ______.
A. at first the farmer understood the young man’s words well
B. the young man was awakened in the night by a heavy storm
C. the young man got everything ready for the storm before it came
D. the young man was too sleepy to wake up in the night
( )39. The best title for this passage is ______.
A. A Heavy Storm B. A Young Man And His Dream
C. A Clever Farmer D. Sleeping In Peace Through The Storm
What would help parents understand their kids better? More than 8000 US kids answered this question in an online program.
Many US kids, two out of three said they get along with their parents. But that doesn’t mean they never disagree. In fact, most kids reported arguing with their parents, at least sometimes. And two out of five kids said arguments sometimes even include shouting at each other.
“It’s certainly normal to disagree and argue,” says Arcy Lyness, an American child doctor. “But it’s also important to learn how to do so respectfully(尊重地). Be patient. Don’t use a raised, angry voice.”
And not surprisingly, three out of four kids said they had lied to their parents some times. So they would not get in trouble or disappoint their parents. According to Lyness, lying isn’t just wrong. It can actually have bad results. Telling the truth builds trust.
But older kids lie more often than younger ones. Kids ages 12 to 14 not only said they lie more, but they also reported having less fun, feeling less close with their parents.
According to Lyness, as kids become more independent(独立的)，they have more areas of disagreement with their parents. “Kids and parents get along differently at each stage of the journey,” she says. “As kids grow and change, it is important for everybody to change.”
( )40. What can we learn from Paragraphs 2 and 3?
A. Few kids argue with their parents.
B. Most kids get along with their parents.
C. It’s normal for kids to shout at their parents.
D. To respect each other means having no arguments.
( )41. Why do some kids lie to their parents?
A. They are afraid of getting into trouble.
B. They are disappointed with their parents.
C. They don’t think lying wrong.
D. They don’t believe their parents.
( )42. According to the passage, older kids .
A. seldom lie to their parents B. have more fun in life
C. feel less close to their parents D. don’t love their parents much
( )43. What’s the purpose of this article?
A. To stop disagreements between parents and kids.
B. To help parents and kids better understand each other.
C. To explain the reason why kids tell lies to their parents.
D. To explain the best ways for parents and kids to communicate.
Stealing? Maybe, but in our 13-year-old minds we were just enjoying nature’s gift.
We were not thinking about whose things they were. We just knew the Jordan family had the best strawberries in the neighborhood.
So on a Friday summer night, we secretly went into the Jordans’ backyard and started picking their sweet, juicy strawberries. There wasn’t anything that tasted better than fresh strawberries. As we were enjoying the delicious strawberries, suddenly the Jordans’ backyard lights came on, and Mr. Jordan ran outside.
“What are you boys doing out here?” he shouted as my friends ran off in all directions.
They were too quick for the older gentleman to catch, and within seconds the boys disappeared into the dark. All except me.
Mr. Jordan shouted at me as he ran after me down the street to my house. Then my mother went out. My friends said they could hear every word she said to Mr. Jordan from our backyard.
My friends laughed at me about it for days afterwards. After about a week of this, I couldn’t help complaining(抱怨) to my father.
“I don’t think it’s unfair at all,” said Dad. “You took strawberries without asking, and you got exactly the punishment you should have.”
“But what about the other guys?” I asked. “They didn’t get punished at all!”
“That’s not my concern(考虑), nor it should be yours,” said Dad. “You can’t control what happens to other people. You made a bad choice that night, and you were punished for it. That sounds completely fair to me.”
( )44. What does the underlined phrase “enjoying the nature’s gift” mean?
A. Seeing who has the best strawberries.
B. Paying a visit to the Jordans’ backyard.
C. Walking around their neighborhood secretly.
D. Picking the Jordans’ strawberries without asking.
( )45. Hearing Mr. Jordan’s shouting, .
A. the writer’s friends ran off quickly
B. the writer tried to call his mother for help
C. all the boys were scared to cry
D. all the boys played tricks on Mr. Jordan
( )46. What might the writer’s mother say to Mr. Jordan?
A. She told a lie to him. B. She praised the writer a lot.
C. She said sorry to him. D. She promised to give him some fruits.
( )47. What lesson did the writer’s father teach him?
A. There’s no fairness(公平) in the world.
B. One should pay for his own mistakes.
C. Parents only need to care for their own kids.
D. Don’t try to control others’ behavior(行为).
“Excuse me, sir. Do you have any idea about William Shakespeare?”
“Who’s Shakespeare? That sounds like a really old name!”
Don’t laugh! This conversation does seem funny. 48
We are now living in an environment where people are busy with different kinds of electronic tools, such as mobile phones, iPads and computers. 49 We seldom do what we used to do a lot—read books.
50 Famous novels, like Les Miserables《悲惨世界》and Notre Dame de Paris《巴黎圣母院》，can show big social problems through stories of people. By reading those great works, we can know more about history and humanity(人性). We can learn to be a better person.
51 We no longer go to bookstores or libraries. We no longer consider those works as an important part of our lives. We no longer think reading is the best way to improve ourselves. The value of reading is belittle(轻视). Those lonely great writers have been forgotten in this modern time. 52
No matter how times change, never drop the habit of reading. It will bring you many surprises and make your life colorful.
A. However, things have changed now.
B. What we are interested in now is just staying in the Internet world.
C. We usually talk with friends and read news online.
D. But it may become real 100 years from now—even sooner!
E. In the past, we got knowledge and life experience mainly by reading.
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Zhang Ming, a college graduate from Shandong, created a 9-page “WeChat guide”. With drawings and simple words, the step-by-step guide explains how to send 53 , take pictures and make video calls. Zhang 54 the guide for his parents last year. “My parents are getting old. They need an easy way to learn 55 to use new technology,” he said.
Zhang’s experience is common. Worldwide, 40 percent of parents learn about new technologies, 56 computers and mobile Internet from their children.
Parents used to teach their kids about almost 57 . Now for the first time, the teachers become the students, and the students 58 the teachers.
The change of roles comes from the quick 59 of society and technology. In the age of information, it’s possible that children know 60 than their parents do. The young people act as a link(连接) between their family and the new environment. But when they teach their parents new technologies, parents can connect to the new world 61 .
In Zhang Ming’s eyes, 62 his parents about WeChat brings him closer to his parents. “People can communicate more by using new technology. Why should we keep our parents out?” said Zhang.
Ⅷ、词语运用。 （共6分， 每小题1分）
63. — Who is the _________ [ˈwɪnə] of the match, Lucy?
— Mike. He's an excellent ping-pong player.
64. — Have you finished today's work?
— No, I need another two __________[ˈaʊəz].
65. — The disease is spreading fast throughout the whole country now.
— That's right. I think the patients should be __________[ˈsepəreɪtɪd] from the others.
66. Sorry, the bus is too c__________ , we can’t take any more passengers to the park.
67. Usually the teacher will tell us one or two weeks before the exam, so we have enough time to p .
68. —There are a lot of a of bike riding.
—I agree. It’s good for the environment and it saves money.
69. I___________ their success when they won the basketball match.(be)
70. John together with his parents _______________ in the park this time yesterday. (take)
71. Let's give them a hand. They ________________ food and water already.(run)
72. Could you tell me whether the match ________________ because of the rain?(put)
73. With so many choices, it's really hard in such a short time. (make)
Good afternoon, everyone,
There are many kinds of sports activities in our school.
Thank you for listening!
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Ⅶ、53. messages 54. made 55. how 56. including 57. everything
58. turn into 59. development 60. more 61. by themselves 62. teaching
Ⅷ、63. winner 64. hours 65. separated 66. crowded 67. prepare 68. advantages
Ⅸ、 69. was proud of 70. was taking a walk 71. have run out of 72. will be put off 73. to make a decision
4. Possible version
Good afternoon, everyone,
There are many kinds of sports activities in our school. For example, we often play basketball and volleyball on the playground. And some students like running very much. Many other students like playing soccer. Both boys and girls can take part in it and they play it three times a week. We won the first place in a match last term. I think doing sports is good for us. First, it helps students learn how to work with each other. Second, it makes us much stronger and healthier. What's more, doing sports can improve our learning. I hope everybody can take part in those sports activities. Please be careful not to get hurt when doing sports.
Thank you for listening!
W: How was your vacation, Jack?
M: It was great. I drove my car to Tibet with my friends.
W: Children need nine hours’ sleep every day.
M: Yes, I will be ill if I don’t have enough sleep.
W: If you want to keep healthy, you should also exercise every day.
W: Excuse me. Could you tell me where I can buy some men’s clothes? I want a T-shirt for my son.
M: Sure. The Men’s Clothing Department is just upstairs.
W: And what about the Book Department?
M: What kind of books do you want?
W: Just some medical books.
M: Well, take the lift to the third floor and turn left. You can find the books there, across from the Children’s Department.
W: Thanks a lot!
M: You’re welcome!
W: Good morning, Peter. Which high school are you going to, No. 1 or No. 5?
M: Oh, Linda. I really can’t decide which one to choose.
W: Why? They are both very good schools.
M: I think so. I hear No. 1 High School is very beautiful. The teachers there are friendly. What’s more, my best friend, Helen, is going there, too.
W: So why don’t you decide on it?
M: But my parents don’t agree with me. They’d like me to go to No. 5 High School.
W: Oh? Why?
M: They think it is the best school in our city. And the teachers there are the most experienced.
W: Maybe your parents are right.
M: But I really don’t like it. It’s too far. If I go there, I have to live in the school.
W: Don’t worry. Let’s ask Mr. White. Maybe he will help you.
M: Thank you. Let’s go!
M: This is the place. You are really in the country now, Mabel.
W: It’s a long way from the city. It’s farther than I thought.
M: But just smell the air, it’s nice and clean. Look at the farmhouse, is it beautiful？
W: Oh, it’s older and smaller than in the pictures. And the gate is broken, too. Sam, you said there was a river. Where is it?
M: Well, dear, this is the dry season. It isn’t very big this time of year.
W: I can’t even see it. And those fruit trees don’t look very healthy.
M: They just need a little water.
W: That horse is in pretty bad shape. He looked better in the picture.
M: He just needs a little exercise.
W: I’m sorry, Sam. The farm is much worse than I expected. I was hoping somewhere better.
M: OK. I give up. Oh, no! We don’t get enough oil in the car.
W: You can start walking, Sam. It will be good exercise for you.
It was Mary’s birthday. She received a letter from her uncle. “Dear Mary,” the letter said, “Happy birthday! I am sending you some chickens. They will arrive tomorrow. I hope you like them.”
When the chickens arrived the next day, Mary was very excited. She took the box of chickens into her garden.
However, the box of chickens was heavy and she dropped it. The box fell to the ground. The chickens all ran out. They ran everywhere into neighbours’ gardens, into the road, into shops and even into the next street. Mary spent hours trying to get them back.
A few days later, Mary’s uncle came to see her. “Did the chickens arrive safely?” he asked. “Yes,” Mary said, “but I had a lot of trouble with them. I dropped the box. The chickens ran everywhere. I spent the whole morning looking for them.” “Did you find them all?” her uncle asked. “I hope so,” Mary replied, “I caught eleven of them.” “That’s very interesting,” her uncle said with a smile, “because I only sent you six.”