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1. A. Lessons begin at 9:50 and last for two hours.
B. Lessons begin at 9:05 and last for one hour.
C. Lessons begin at 9:15 and last for an hour.
2. A. If you go to the party, you’ll have a great time.
B. If you go to the park, you’ll have a good time.
C. If you go to the zoo, you’ll have a great time.
3. A. Soon the girls who were free would come along and make fun of him.
B. Soon the boys who were busy would come along and make fun of him.
C. Soon the boys who were free would come along and make fun of him.
4. A. Bob often gets A grades in his English tests.
B. Bob often gets low marks in his English tests.
C. Bob is not good at English.
5. A. Jane felt unhappy after she got caught in the rain.
B. Jane became sick after she got caught in the rain.
C. Jane was in trouble after she got caught in the rain.
6. A. No, I’m not. B. Thank you. C. I don’t think so.
7. A. My mother does. B. My father did. C. Thanks.
8. A. It’s OK. B. That’s all right. C. Sorry to hear that.
9. How many times do they do exercise every day?
A. Once. B. Twice. C. Three times.
10. What kind of sport is the most popular?
A. Football. B. Basketball. C. Volleyball.
11. What do they do when the weather is good?
A. Play volleyball. B. Play Basketball. C. Go swimming.
12. -- It’s going to rain. You’d better take _____ umbrella.
-- Thank you. I already have _____ in my bag.
A. an, one B. a, it C. the, some D. /, any
13. -- What _____ at the door? Why don’t you get into the house?
-- I can’t. I _____ my key.
A. do you do, lose B. are you doing, have lost
C. did you do, have lost D. were you doing, lost
14. -- _____ do you go to the cinema?
-- _____. You know, it’s quite expensive to see a movie in the cinema these days. Most of the time we just buy DVDs.
A. How often, Seldom B. How soon, Always
C. How often, Often D. How soon, usually
15. -- I found a book on tennis playing. Is it _____?
-- Yes, thank you. I am learning tennis by _____.
A. your, me B. yours, mine C. yours, myself D. your, my
16. -- Are you busy? I want to talk _____ you about the party.
-- Not ____ present, but we can talk at lunch. OK?
A. to, on B. with, in C. to, of D. with, at
17. -- Look at the woman _____ is standing by the window. Who is she?
-- Mrs. Green. She _____ live next door.
A. which, is used to B. which, used to C. who, is used to D. who, used to
18. -- I _____ to the supermarket. Do you want me to buy something for you?
-- Yes. Some _____, please.
A. am going, breads and milk B. am going to go, bread and milk
C. am going, bread and milk D. am going to go, breads and milk
19. -- Do you know that Avatar has _____ to be the best movie ever?
-- Really? I saw it last year. It was good, _____ not that good. I’ve seen better.
A. elected, and B. been elected, but
C. elected, but D. been elected, and
20. -- _____, Tommy.
-- Sorry, Mr. Smith. I _____.
A. Don’t talk, will B. Not talk, won’t
C. No talking, won’t D. No talk, will
21. -- Hello.
-- Hi. _____ Jim. May I speak to Annie?
-- _____, please.
A. This is, Hold on B. I am, Hold on
C. This is, Hold out D. I am, Hold out
22. -- Shenzhen has changed a lot. It’s really getting _____.
-- And this year, over _______ athletes and tourists will come here to attend the Universiade 2011.
A. more and more beautiful, one hundred thousand
B. more and more beautiful, one hundred thousands
C. more beautiful and more beautiful, one hundred thousand
D. more beautiful and more beautiful, one hundred thousands
23. -- Do you enjoy ______ football? We are going to have a game on Sunday.
-- I love football. But I don’t feel well these days, and the doctor told me _____.
A. to play, to have a good rest B. playing, to have a good rest
C. to play, having a good rest D. playing, having a good rest
24. -- What will the weather be like tomorrow?
-- _____ will be cold and windy. I don’t think we _____ go on a picnic.
A. That, can B. It, have to C. That, need to D. It, should
25. -- There ______ three venues(场馆) for the Shenzhen Universiade in Bao’an.
-- I know. They are for football, golf and Rhythmic Gymnastics（艺术体操）. Let’s watch some football games, _____?
A. will be, do we B. will have, do we
C. will be, shall we D. will have, shall we
26. -- Do you know _____?
-- It will be in the meeting room _____ the second floor.
A. where the meeting will be held, on B. when the meeting will be held, at
C. where will the meeting be held, at D. when will the meeting be held, on
Ⅲ. 完形填空（10分） （共10小题，每小题1分）
Young people leave their
at different ages in different parts of the world.
In the United States, a lot of college students do not
at home. Most of them choose to go to college in different
– away from their parents. At college, they live in university housing. After college, most people prefer to live in their own homes. They often live alone,
some people rent apartments with others. These people are roommates. By the age of 22,
young people in the United States live with their parents.
Families stay together longer in many Asian countries and cities. In Hong Kong,
, nearly all university students live with their parents. Rents in the city are very
, and few students have the money to
for their own apartments.
Very few young people live
or become roommates in a shared apartment. Many young people in Hong Kong continue to live
their parents even after they marry.
27. A. schools B. colleges C. homes D. cities
28. A. live B. study C. work D. leave
29. A. homes B. blocks C. cities D. countries
30. A. then B. because C. so D. but
31. A. a lot of B. some C. a few D. few
32. A. such as B. for example C. however D. unluckily
33. A. cheap B. rich C. expensive D. good
34. A. pay B. spend C. take D. cost
35. A. nearby B. alone C. lonely D. happily
36. A. near B. beside C. without D. with
Have you ever been to Singapore? For many Chinese tourists, this small island in Southeast Asia is a wonderful place to take a holiday. On the one hand, more than three quarters of the population are Chinese, so you can simply speak Putonghua a lot of the time. On the other hand, Singapore is an English-speaking country, so it’s also a good place to practice your English!
Most large cities have zoos, but have you ever been to a zoo at night? Singapore has a night zoo called the “Night Safari”. It might seem strange to go to a zoo when it’s dark. But if you’ve ever been to a zoo during the daytime, you might understand why this zoo is so special. A lot of animals only wake up at night, so this is the best time to watch them. If you go to see lions, tigers, or foxes during the daytime, they’ll probably be asleep! At the Night Safari, you can watch these animals in a more natural environment than a normal zoo.
One great thing about Singapore is that the temperature is almost the same all year round. This is because the island is so close to the
. So you can choose to go whenever you like --- spring, summer, autumn, or winter! And, of course, it’s not too far from China!
37. Most Singaporeans can speak ________.
A. English and French B. English and Japanese
C. French and Japanese D. English and Chinese
38. The “Night Safari” is a
A. park B. zoo C. country D. building
39. What’s the best time to watch the animals at the Night Safari?
A. In the morning B. In the afternoon
C. At night D. At noon
40. The underlined word “equator” means
A. 赤道 B. 北极 C. 南极 D. 温带
41. Which sentence is TRUE?
A. Singapore is a small island.
B. Singapore is in Southeast Europe.
C. Most Singaporeans are English.
D. Singapore is a good place to practice your French.
When we ask students what they would like to be, they often talk about usual jobs, things like doctors or teachers. But if you think about it, many people don’t plan to do their jobs. They just start doing them by accident. Here are two people with unusual jobs.
Charlene is a dentist but she doesn’t work with people. She works with horses. After university, she took care of animals’ medical health for several years, but she noticed that there were few people who could help with horses’ teeth. She decided to go back to college and study again. Then she had to buy special tools, but she’s never out of work. She’s always very busy taking care of horses’ teeth. “I couldn’t be a dentist for people now,” Charlene said, “because I really enjoy working with horses.”
As soon as Mike could read, he read books about robots. But the robots he builds today don’t look like the strange robot people in his books. He builds robots for industry. Early on he made up his mind to study science, maths and computers so that he could break into the world of robot engineering. “Some of the maths is very difficult,” says Mike, “but you must study maths to be an engineer.” Fortunately, he got top marks in all his maths exams.
42. Which is an example of unusual jobs according to the passage?
A. Teacher B. Doctor
C. Taking care of horses’ teeth. D. Fixing broken PCs.
43. Which sentence about Charlene is TRUE?
A. Charlene is an engineer.
B. Charlene works with people.
C. Charlene would like to take care of people’s teeth.
D. Charlene would like to take care of horses’ teeth.
44. To become a robot engineer, Mike ________.
A. had to study hard. B. didn’t have to go to college.
C. needed to worry. D. bought a lot of robots.
45. Mike was interested in robots when he was _______.
A. in high school B. a little boy C. in college D. old
46. Mike got top marks in all his maths exams, although_______.
A. he had to study maths to be an engineer.
B. he could break into the world of robot engineering
C. he made up his mind to study science, maths and computers
D. maths was not easy to study
On March 11, 2011 Japan experienced its worst earthquake. Almost 15,000 people died because of it. Can we prevent earthquakes? Unfortunately, no, we can’t! But we can do something to prepare for the next earthquake.
Ø It’s important to know where you should go for protection（保护） when your house starts to shake. By planning and practicing what to do before an earthquake happens, you can train yourself and your family to behave correctly when the first shaking begin.
Ø Each family member should know safe areas in each room.
▼Safe areas: The best places are under heavy pieces of furniture, such as a desk or strong table; under supported archways(有支撑的过道); and against inside walls.
▼Danger areas: Stay away from windows, hanging objects, mirrors, fireplaces, and tall, unsafe pieces of furniture.
Ø If you are indoors, stay inside until the shaking stops and it is safe to go outside. Most injuries during earthquakes happen when people are hit by falling objects while going in or out buildings. Do not use elevators.
Ø If you are outdoors，stay there. Move away from buildings, trees, streetlights.
Ø If you are in a moving car, stop safely as soon as possible, drive to the side of the road, and stay in the car. Avoid stopping near or under buildings, trees, or overpasses(立交桥).
47. Can we stop earthquakes?
A .No, we can’t. B. Yes, we can.
C. We don’t know. D. Maybe we can.
48. When the house starts to shake, the important thing is to know __________.
A. what is happening B. where my family members are
C. where you should go for protection D. how long it will be
49. Where is the safest place to go for protection if you are indoors?
A . under windows B. under heavy pieces of furniture
C. under hanging objects D. under big trees
50. Why do most people hurt during earthquakes?
A. They don’t know the way out.
B. They are frightened.
C. They stay inside.
D. They are hit by falling objects while entering or leaving buildings.
51. When an earthquake happens, __________.
A. the cars on road should stop safely as soon as possible.
B. the people indoors should go out as quickly as possible.
C. the people outdoors should go inside the house.
D. we should climb on a big tree and wait for help.
Emma Watson was born on 15th April, 1990 in Paris. Emma moved back to England with her family when she was five.
In September 1995, Emma attended Lynams School. In the school, she discovered an interest in acting. Four years later, Emma was given the chance to audition(v.试镜) for a role in the Harry Potter film. In 2000, Emma began to act in a film for the first time. The film, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, broke records all over the world and Emma’s performance was considered to be wonderful.
Ten years and six films later, Emma continues to play the role and is now filming the last two films in the series. She became more and more popular around the world and has won many awards. At the same time, she was able to continue to be excellent in school life and often achieved A grades in exams.
In 2009 she successfully entered Brown University, one of the top universities in the US, and described her first year as “the most fantastic experience”. In March this year, Emma announced that she would take a break from the university to finish her work on Harry Potter’ final film. However, Emma was not quitting university. “I will still be working towards my degree（学位）," she wrote.
52. How old is Emma Watson now?
A. 16 B. 18 C. 21 D. 23
53. Emma became interested in acting _____.
A. when she was in France
B. when she was in Lynams School
C. when she acted in the Harry Potter films
D. when she was in Brown University
54. Altogether, how many films are there in the whole Harry Potter series?
A. 10 B. 8 C. 7 D. 6
55. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. Emma moved back to England in 2000.
B. Emma didn’t act well in the first Harry Potter film.
C. Emma was good at study in middle school.
D. Emma left the university because she hated the life there.
56. Which would be the best title for the passage?
A. A girl from France B. A Rising Star
C. Leaving university D. A top student
All about Universiade Shenzhen 2011
“Happy U” consists of colorful dots of different size. U has many meanings. It may stand for “university”, “you”, “union”, “universe” or even bays in the city, Dapeng Bay for example. It tells people Shenzhen Summer Universiade will be a happy event of college students of different races and colors from the five continents.
On June 26, 2008, Shenzhen Summer Universiade officially showed its slogan “Start Here”. Experts believe that “Start Here” can have many different meanings and tell people the Universiade’s focus on innovation(创新).
UU is a smiling face, in the shape of U, the beginning letter of “Universiade”
“UU” looks happy, sweet and even naught, just like the young people. It also tells that Shenzhen people look forward to Shenzhen Summer Universiade, and hope young people from different countries and cultures will compete and perform their best here.
The torch is made up of 60 colorful pieces, and it can be changed into different shapes.
The designer got the idea from “Happy U”. It’s mainly in red and yellow, based on the Universiade color plan, to stand for sunshine, youth and flame. The torch uses the clean fuel(燃料), part of the efforts to hold an environment-friendly Universiade.
57. “Happy U” is the _____ of Universiade Shenzhen 2011.
A. emblem B. slogan C. mascot D. torch
58. There are many dots of different sizes and different colors in Happy U because _____.
A. people in Shenzhen come from different places in China
B. there are many foreigners in Shenzhen
C. tourists from different countries will come to Shenzhen to enjoy the games
D. student athletes of different races and colors will compete and have a good time here
59. The slogan of Universiade Shenzhen 2011 is shown _____ years ago.
A. one B. three C. five D. seven
60. Which can still be changed after it’s produced?
A. The emblem. B. The slogan. C. The mascot. D. The torch.
61. The Chinese meaning of mascot should be _____.
A. 会徽 B. 火炬 C. 吉祥物 D. 主题口号
A. do B. hand C. anything D. lot E. manage F. helped
Tony: Hello, Joyce, you look busy. Can I help you with
Joyce: Thanks very much, but I can
Tony: Come on, let me give you a
. Don’t be so independent all the time.
Joyce: No, thanks. I’m OK.
Tony: If you want, I could
Joyce: Typing? Oh, that would be good. I didn’t know you could type. Thanks a
A．Can you give me some advice?
C．Thanks for your advice.
D．Many can’t decide when to study and when to play.
E．Yes, of course.
F． I can’t afford it.
A：Mr. Anderson, you often help students. Can you tell me something about your job?
. Students often write to me and ask me how to solve their problems.
A: What problems do most students have?
. I think they should learn to achieve a balance between study and play.
A: I agree. Sometimes I get too much homework and I don’t know which to do first.
B: You must feel stressed from time to time, right?
B: OK. You can talk to your teachers, parents or friends.
A: I see.
B: You can also get help from youth workers at your own school.
B: You are welcome.
72. What’s up?
73. I heard the sound of the fire engine. It was music to my ear.
74. Kate is my pen friend. We
each other every month.
75. My son won’t go to sleep
I tell him a story.
76. Don’t go out. It’s raining
cats and dogs
Traffic safety is one of the most important problems in today’s world. Since 1896,more than 35,000,000 people have died in traffic accidents. In 2002, 1,200,000 died and 50,000,000 were injured in traffic accidents all over the world. Traffic accidents do harm to people.
In China, 109,000 people died in traffic accidents in 2002, and nearly 99,000 died in 2005. In the last 40 years, some rich countries like the USA, Japan and those in West Europe did some things to improve traffic safety. They also had more doctors and fast ambulances to help people when traffic accidents happened. Now, 70% of the world’s cars are in these countries, but people die in traffic accidents 15% less there than in other countries. In 2005, for every 10,000 cars on the road in China, 7.6 of the drivers died in traffic accidents. In the USA the same number of cars had only 1.7 of the drivers died and in Germany, the number was 1.37.
It’s time for us to do something for the problem. The easiest thing for all of us is to follow the traffic rules!
78. In China, ______ people died in traffic accidents in 2002 than in 2005.
79. More _________ and fast ambulances can help people when traffic accidents happened.
80. In 2005, for every 10,000 cars on the road in the USA, ______ of the drivers died in traffic accidents.
81. The USA, Japan and those in West Europe did some things to _____ traffic safety better.
82. All of us should ________ the traffic rules.
If students walk or ride their bikes to school, they need to know rules that will help keep them safe while they are traveling to and from school.
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