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( B )1.What does the girl want to be when she grows up?
A．She wants to be a pilot.
B．She wants to be a singer.
C．She wants to be a doctor.
( C )2.Who is thinner?
A．Alice. B．Alice's mother.
( C )3.Where was Joe last night?
A．At her grandfather's home.
C．In the hospital.
( B )4.How often does the woman cook?
A．She usually cooks once a week.
B．She usually cooks eight times a month.
C．She usually cooks once a month.
( A )5.What will they watch together?
A．A talk show. B．A soap opera.
C．A game show.
1．M: I want to be a pilot when I grow up. W hat about you?
W: I want to be a singer. But my parents want me to be a doctor.
2．M: Hi, Alice! You and your sister look the same.
W: Yes, I look like my sister. But I'm a little heavier.
3．M: Joe, where were you last night?
W: My grandfather was ill and I looked after him in the hospital.
4．M: I didn't know how to cook.
W: Really? I usually cook for my family twice a week.
5．M: How about watching a talk show together, Sarah?
W: That's OK. I don't mind it.
( C )6.When will the party begin?
A．At 7：00 tomorrow morning.
B．At 7：00 this evening.
C．At 7：00 tomorrow evening.
( A )7.Why can't Wendy go to the party?
A．Because her uncle will come to see her.
B．Because her uncle will call her.
C．Because she will go shopping with her uncle.
( A )8.Where is her uncle from?
M: Hi, Wendy! Can you come to my birthday party?
W: Yes, I'd love to. When will it start?
M: At about 7：00 tomorrow evening.
W: Sorry, Bob. My uncle will come to see me tomorrow evening.
M: It doesn't matter! By the way, where does your uncle come from?
W: He is from America.
M: Enjoy yourself!
W: You, too.
( A )9.How was the weather?
( B )10.Where did Tony go on vacation?
A．He went to the library.
B．He went to the zoo.
C．He went to the waterfall.
( A )11.What did Tony do there?
A．He took many photos.
B．He bought quite a few gifts.
C．He watched an animal movie.
M: How was your day off, Tina?
W: Oh, it was terrible.
M: Really? What happened?
W: Well, we went camping and the weather was terrible. It rained and rained all day long.
M: Sounds terrible, Tina.
W: How about your day off, Tony?
M: It was fantastic！
W: Did you go to the waterfall?
M: No, I did not go to the waterfall. I went to the zoo with my brother. We saw lots of beautiful animals there.
W: That sounds wonderful! What else did you do?
M: I took quite a few photos.
( A )12.The speaker tells how to ________．
C．listen to English
( B )13.You don't need to worry about your ________．
( C )14.Which is not mentioned in the following ways to learn English?
A．Listen to English songs and news.
B．Watch English movies.
C．Read English stories.
( C )15.How many pieces of advice does the speaker give us?
Today I will give some advice on how to learn English well. First, don't be afraid of speaking English. You don't need to worry about your mistakes. Second, you should do more exercises. As a saying goes, “Practice makes perfect.” Exercises can check what you have learned. Third, you should have more chances to learn English. You can listen to English songs, news and watch English movies. In fact, English is easy to learn if you have some good ways. Thank you for your listening!
Everyone worries.But how do you deal with your worries? Whether your worries are big or small, you can take these three steps to deal with your worries：
1．Try to find out what you're worried about
Sometimes, you know what you're worried about.Other times, you might not.Try to find it out first; if you can't, you can ask for help.
2．Think of ways to make it better
There is always something you can do to help you feel less worried.Sitting there worrying is no fun and it won't solve your problem.
Grades at school are often a top worry for kids.If you're worried about grades, ask yourself these questions：
☆ Why are grades important? What do grades mean to me?
☆ How do I get ready for class? Do I go over my notes even when there isn't a test?
☆ Do I have a good place to do my homework?
☆ Have I tried different ways of studying?
If your worry is about a fight you had with a friend, you might write down all the things you could do — write a note to him or her, invite him or her to a basketball game, say sorry to him or her etc.Once you have a list of things you could do, you can choose the one that gets your friend back.
3．Ask for help
When you're worried, you can find someone to talk to.You can ask your parents, friends or teachers for help.
( B )16.How many steps of dealing with your worries are mentioned in the passage?
( A )17.When you don't know what you're worried about, ________．
A．you should try to find it out
B．you can't a sk for help
C．you don't need to think of ways
D．you can sit there worrying
( B )18.If you're worried about grades, you can ask yourself these questions except “________”．
A．Why are grades important?
B．Why don't my friends like me?
C．How do I get ready for class?
D．What do grades mean to me?
( D )19.According to the passage, what can you do if you have a fight with your friend?
A．Make a new friend.
B．Don't talk to him or her anymore.
C．Have another fight with him or her.
D．Invite him or her to a basketball game.
( C )20.The passage mainly tells us ________．
A．who is often worried
B．when people are worried
C．how to deal with our worries
D．what kind of worries people have
Our family went to the Yellow Stone National Park last summer vacation. Our son, Tom, wanted to see bears there. What a day!
When we got there, we put up our tent and went around the park. As we went back, we heard our daughter Susie cry out. And then we saw a bear go into our tent.
Tom wanted his father to let him go away. His father said, “No. It's dangerous to drive a bear. And don't let him run after you.” Susie said, “What shall we do? Maybe we should climb a tree.” Tom said, “No. We have to get him out of there. He might go to sleep in our tent.” “Maybe we could make him leave if we put some honey outside for him to eat.” Susie said. Then I said, “How are you going to get the honey? It's in the tent.” We watched the bear go into the tent and heard him upset(翻倒； 弄翻)everything inside. “It's foolish for us to try to make him leave，” said my husband. “Leave him alone and wait for him to come out.” We waited, but the bear stayed inside. We had to sleep in the car that night.
( B )21.Where did the family go on vacation last summer?
A．They went to the Central Park.
B．They went to the Yellow Stone National Park.
C．They went to a zoo.
D．They just stayed at home.
( C )22.Tom wanted to see ________.
( A )23.Who do you think saw the bear first?
D．The writer's husband.
( C )24.Which of the following is the right order?
①They did nothing but wait outside.
②They saw a bear in the tent.
③They arrived at the Yellow Stone National Park.
④They talked about how to make the bear leave.
( D )25.What did the bear do in the tent?
A．He ate the honey.
B．He drank the beer.
C．He ran after people.
D．He turned things upside down.
An important question about eating out is who pays for the meal.If a friend of yours asks you to have lunch with him, you may say something like this，“I'm afraid it'll have to be someplace cheap, as I have little money.” The other person may say, “OK. I'll meet you at McDonald's.”
This means that the two agree to go_Dutch,_that is, each person pays for himself. He may also say, “Oh, no. I want to take you to lunch at the Smith's，” or “I want you to try the Chinese dumplings there.They are great.” This means the person wants to pay for both of you.If you feel friendly towards this person, you can go with him and you needn't pay for the meal.You may just say，“Thank you.That would be very nice.”
American custom(风俗) about who pays for dates(约会) is much the same as in other parts of the world.In the old days, American women wanted men to pay for all the meals.But, today, a university girl or a woman in business world will usually pay her way during the date.If a man asks her for a dance outside the working hours, it means “Come, as my guest”. So as you can see, it is a polite thing to make the question clear at the very beginning.
( D )26.The passage mainly tells us ________．
A．how to eat out
B．where to eat out
C．what to eat out
D．who pays for the meal in different situations
( D )27.The underlined phrase “go Dutch” in this passage means “________”．
A．o rder food
C．go to the restaurant
( A )28.Sometimes your friend takes you to lunch.It means ________．
A．he's going to pay for your meal
B．he's going to lend some money to you
C．he can't understand you
D．he'll be angry with you
( B )29.In business world, some girls and women ________ now.
A．ask men to pay for their clothes
B．try to pay for their own meals
C．never have anything outside
D．try to pay for the men's meals
( A )30.We can infer(推测) if a man asks a woman for a dance outside the working hours, ________．
A．the man will pay for it
B．the woman will pay for it
C．they will go Dutch
D．another person will pay for them
人们在梦中经常会梦到不同的动物，它们所代表的寓意各不相同。根据Andy, Mary, Ben, Danny和Gina的近况，选择在他们梦中可能出现的动物(有一项多余)。
31.__D__ Andy is worried about the future. His mother lost her job and his father may have to go to hospital.
32．__B__ Mary is waiting for her exam results tomorrow. She enjoyed the exams and thinks she will get good results.
33．__A__ Ben gets to know that his grandfather wants to give him a gift of $1，500.
34．__C__ Danny and Mike are good friends, but they just had a fight and were unhappy yesterday.
Gina started to work as a waitress in a restaurant last month, but now she wants to get a new job.A Bees
Buzzing bees mean that money is coming. Maybe the person w ho dreams that will get some money from others.
A butterfly me－
ans some news will come soon. Opening butterfly wings(翅膀) mean good news.
A sleeping cat
means problems with
a good friend.It's not easy to get them over.
A barking dog means problems are coming. Maybe it's about the person himself/herself or his/her family. What a bad lu ck！
A running horse
means the dreamer wants to get something new in his/her life.
Flying birds mean love and kindness. A singing bird is often a symbol of love.
第一节 完形填空(共15小题，每小题1分， 满分15分)
Henry was a boy of nine.He was born in a __36__ family.His father was often ill and couldn't go to work.__37__ his mother worked in a factory.She worked hard and hoped to give her four children and husband __38__ food and clothes.But she failed.Her family was sometimes __39__．Of course, she couldn't send Henry to school.She was __40__ it but she didn't k now what to do.The boy was very clever and taught himself to read and write and __41__ at home in the evening.And in the daytime he was polishing(擦) shoes in the street, so he could make some __42__ for his family.
One afternoon the boy saw a young man's shoes were __43__， so he said to him, “Let me polish your shoes.”
“No, thank you，” the young man said and walked __44__．
“You may pay me only one dollar, sir，”the boy shouted __45__ him.But the young man said “no” again.Then the boy __46__ for a while and told him that he would polish his shoes for nothing.The young man __47__ to this, and soon one of his shoes was shining brightly.The man __48__ the other shoe to the boy, but the boy said no to polish it if he wasn't paid two dollars for his work.The young man refused to __49__ anything on it and went away.
But his shoes were so different that he had to __50__．He turned back and gave the boy two dollars.In a very short time the shoe was as bright as the other one.
( D )36.A.happy B．lu ckyC．rich D．poor
( A )37.A.Only B．ExceptC．Or D．Because
( C )38.A.much B．littleC．enough D．no
( B )39.A.full B．hungryC．happy D．pleased
( B )40.A.afraid of B．sorry forC．useful to D．friendly to
( C )41.A.play B．swimC．count D．sleep
( D )42.A.books B．clothesC．shoes D．money
( A )43.A.dirty B．cleanC．old D．new
( B )44.A.over B．awayC．out D． in
( D )45.A.under B．aboveC．in front ofD．behind
( A )46.A.thought B．readC．wrote D．saw
( B )47.A.liked B．agreedC．worried D．surprised
( D )48.A.threw B．passedC．kicked D．showed
( C )49.A.pay B．costC．spend D．give
( A )50.A.stop B．runC．hurry off D．fly away
Emily hated animals a lot. She never wanted to keep 51.__any__(some) pets at home. To her, all animals 52.__were__(be) dirty. Emily never knew 53.__why__ people liked to have cats or dogs in the house. It was so silly!
Last month, Emily's son, Rick, came home 54.__from__ school with a mouse in a box.Emily was not happy, but Rick said it was his homework. His teacher 55.__asked__(ask) each student to take care of an animal and learn to get on 56.__with__ it. Emily needed to say yes.
Rick took good care of the mouse at the 57.__beginning__(begin), but then he did not remember to do 58.__his__(he) homework. It became Emily's homework. She gave food and water to it every day 59.__and__ found the mouse was in fact not dirty. She even talked to it. Now Emily is having lots of fun with “her” mouse. She named it Dada.And she wants 60.__to_buy__(buy) one more to make a pair.
第四部分 写作(共两节，满 分25分)
61．The earth__ goes around the sun with other planets.
62．How did they celebrate__ the art festival?
63．During__ the science week, all the students did every－thing about science.
64．—Will the robot teacher get bored__ while it's teaching you?
—No, never.It can teach me over and over again.
65．Grandpa poured himself__a cup of coffee and sat down on the chair to have a rest.
66．I think there will be less pollution__ in the future because our government is making laws to cut it down.
67．We should do everything to protect the environment__ where we live and work.
68．Some traditional__ Chinese food like dumplings, tofu is very popular in the world.
69．Could you please tell me who will serve__ us in your restaurant?
70．Finally__， I beat James and won the tennis game after a long time practice.
提示：( 1)would like to...
(2)get away from our school life
(3)get close to nature
(4)enjoy the fresh air
(5)get everything ready
Dear Wang Tao，
My classmates and I will climb the mountains to relax ourselves.Would you like to join us? We can get away from our school life and get close to nature.We can also enjoy the fresh air.
We'll start at our school gate at 7：00 next Saturday morning.If you want to come with us, don't forget to get everything ready for outing, such as a hat, sunglasses, drink and food.I'm sure we'll have fun！