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1. — A powerful earthquake hit northern Japan on March 11, 2011, ___ large number of people lost their lives.
— What ___terrible news!
A. a; a B. a; the C. the; a D. a; /
2. —Tina, what’re you going to buy for your mum on ____ Day?
— I think I’ll give her ____ as a special gift.
A. Mothers’ ; something nice B. Mother’s; something nice
C. Mother’s; nice something D. Mothers’ ; nice something
3. — As the 2011 Universiade gets closer, Shenzhen is becoming ____ than ever before.
— Yes, ____ travelers will come here for a visit this year.
A. beautiful; millions B. more beautiful; millions of
C. most beautiful; million D. more beautiful; million of
4. —The nuclear safety has left the construction of many homes unfinished in Daya Bay near Shenzhen
— It ___bad although nuclear reactors(核反应堆) nearby may help to ____ the lights in the nearby areas.
A. seems, turn off B. tastes, turn down C. sounds, turn on D. looks, turn up
5. — Look! The reporter is interviewing Peng Gaofeng ___ son named Peng Wenle was stolen three years ago.
— Thanks to microblog (微博), and ______they are to be back!
A. who; how luckily B. whose; how lucky C. that; what lucky boys D. which; what a lucky boy
6. — How do you like the new sports shoes?
— They fit me well. They are ___ too big ____ too small.
A. neither; nor B. either; or C. not only; but also D. both; and
7. — The man knows little about school education, ____ he?
— I’m afraid so. But he is always very strict ____ his daughter.
A. doesn’t; with B. doesn’t; in C. does; with D. does; in
8. — _____ do you think of the Goldfish Magic Trick by Fu Yandong?
— Wonderful! And Fu Yandong wrote on his microblog that his fish were living ____.
A. What; happy B. What; happily C. How; happy D. How; happily
9. — Today is “Queue Day”(排队日) . Look! So many people are waiting in line for the bus.
— Yes. ____ is impolite _____ the queue when you are waiting for a bus. I hope every day is a “Queue Day”.
A. That; to jump B. It; to jump C. It; jumped D. That; jumping
10. — Miss Li, must we wear our school uniforms next week?
— No, you ____. But if it isn’t cold, I’m afraid you _____.
A. don’t have to; are B. can’t; will be C. must; had to D. needn’t; will have to
11. — “Let Bullets Fly”(《让子弹飞》) is quite ______. Would you like to see it tonight?
— Thank you very much, but I ____ it already.
A. interested; saw B. interesting; have seen C. excited; have seen D. exciting; had seen
12. — Look! There ___ a lot of people over there. What’s happening?
— A car accident. Two ___ were driving too fast and their cars hit each other.
A. is; woman drivers B. are; women drivers C. are; woman drivers D. is; women drivers
13. — A few students in our school learnt to smoke. It’s bad for their health.
— ___. We should tell them to ____.
A. So it is; give it up B. So is it; give them up C. So it is; give up it D. So did they; give up them
14. — Do you know how the magician made the goldfish ___in sync (同步)?
— It is said that a kind of metal ___ into the bodies of these goldfish. But I don’t believe it.
A. swimming; put B. swim; was put C. to swim; was put D. to swim; is put
15. — Tom, do you believe ______ E-fiction draws writers and readers ?
— Yes. I really do. The Web industry has reached 5 billion yuan _______ many readers agree “Low cost and fun reading”
A. whether; since B. why; although C. that; because D. what; while
The students in Futian District have a flower-arrangement (插花) lesson this year. The course is the first of its kind among middle schools in Shenzhen. It helps the students to enjoy the beauty of flowers better. That’s
the course has become very popular among the students.
The teachers of the course are all specially
. They are good at this art and work hard at passing on the skill
students. So far, many students in the school have
19 a lot of prizes in this field. In order to further 20
the students’ skills, the teachers usually play
while students are arranging flowers. Students are pleased with the music, and they
more good ideas for flower-arrangement.
, the teachers usually teach the students other skills at the same time. For example, they ask the students to
compositions about flowers.
, students not only get art education but also improve their writing skills.
16. A. how B. when C. why D. what
17. A. found B. trained C. learnt D. helped
18. A. with B. for C. to D. about
19. A. beaten B. hit C. won D. struck
20. A. drop B. decide C. receive D. develop
21. A. music B. games C. jokes D. sports
22. A. put off B. run out of C. hold on D. come up with
23. A. Besides B. Unluckily C. However D. Whatever
24. A. read B. play C. write D. work
25. A. On the contrary B. In fact C. By the way D. In this way
International World Water Day is held on 22 March every year. For the 19th World Water Day, Chinese experts ask the public to learn more about the relationship between humans and water resources. Clean water is an important resource to China, a country with a large population and booming economy(繁荣经济). Around the 19th World Water Day, it''s raising the awareness of the importance of water. Water safety worries the whole China. A research in United Nations shows that more than 200 million people in China don''t have enough drinking water. Most of them are in rural areas. And for many years, some places in China had to dig their own wells for water. This cost a lot of money and caused the ground water system worse. A number of projects have been started on World Water Day to improve polluted and shrinking(减少的) water resources. Environmental experts hope more people will help protect water resources and the environment, before it is too late.
26. For the 19th World Water Day, the public are asked to ________.
A. value the freshwater B. pay attention to saving water
C. learn more about the relationship between humans and water resources
D. keep protecting the clean water
27. Why is it raising the awareness of the importance of water in China? Because ________.
A. China is a country with a large population. B. the economy of China is booming.
C. clean water is an important resource. D. All the above.
28. Which is
of the following?
A. Water safety is not cared in China.
B. Most of the people don’t have enough water to drink in big cities in China.
C. Some places in China don’t have their own wells.
D. The ground water system is becoming worse because of the private wells.
29. Some projects have been started to ________.
A. improve polluted and shrinking water resources B. reduce polluted water
C. add shrinking water resources D. protect and save polluted water
30. We can learn from the passage that ________.
A. World Water Day is celebrated every other year. B. It is too late to deal with the water problem.
C. China is large enough with a large amount of water.
D. We should take action to protect water resources before it’s too late.
He took off his shirt. Then, he pulled off his shoes and threw them into the crowd. Finally, he ran back to the court and saluted(敬礼) the audience.
This is how Chinese badminton player Lin Dan celebrated his victory over Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia, who ranked No. 1 in the world, on November 21. Lin won the gold medal in the badminton men’s singles final at the Asian Games in Guangzhou.
Known as “Super Dan”, the 27-year-old Lin is said to be one of the greatest players of his generation. He won nine top titles between 2002 and 2004. In the 2008 Beijing Olympics, he won a gold medal. He also took home gold medals from the 2006 and 2007 World Championships.
Lin is a left-handed player and can cover the court quickly. On the court, Lin plays with a confident and showy style, which has made some people describe him as “arrogant (傲慢的)”. He is also known for his
. While playing in South Korea in 2008, he stopped the match and threw his racket to the ground to show his anger.
Lin doesn’t seem to be bothered by what others say, though he has tried to control his temper. He once said, “Since I started to play badminton at the age of 6, I’ve been playing with great confidence. This is what I am like.” He also added that “the determination for victory” is necessary for any athlete.
31. How long has Lin Dan been playing badminton? For _________.
A. 16 years. B. 20 years. C. 21 years. D. 27 years
32. If we say someone has hot temper, it means someone is __________.
A. friendly B. warm-hearted C. easy to get angry D. excited
33. Why do some people describe Lin Dan as “arrogant”?
A. Because he won a lot of gold medals. B. Because he plays badminton with a confident and showy style.
C. Because he plays badminton with his left hand. D. Because he started to play badminton at the age of 6.
34. What did he do to show his anger while he was playing in South Korea in 2008?
A. He took off his shirt. B. He pulled off his shoes and threw them into the crowd.
C. He shouted angrily to the judge. D. He threw his racket to the ground.
35. Which of the following statements is
true according to the passage?
A. Lin Dan has won a large number of gold medals in the games.
B. Lee Chong Wei used to be the best badminton player in the world.
C. Lin Dan is famous as “Super Dan” and known for his hot temper.
D. Lin Dan never controls his temper because he plays with the determination for victory.
Every child needs something to do when they are out of school for break. Once you get a bit older, you also start to learn that it’s time to do some part-time jobs.
My first experience of doing part-time jobs began at the age of 12. One day I heard that our school’s student office needed a secretary. I applied for the job and was accepted.
At the beginning, I dealt with files and answered phone calls. I kept reminding the principal of his meetings.
I didn’t think it was a hard job until I had a problem one Friday. A mother named Ms Andrew came to the office. She said her son failed the last exam. She thought there must be something wrong because her son was always top in his class. She asked me to check the score. At that time, I was the only one in the office. But I didn’t have the right to check the score on the computer. So I asked her to wait.
Two hours passed and no one came back to the office. Ms Andrew got impatient. She shouted at me, “How long do you want me to wait?” I quickly made several calls and finally got answered. Then I tried to calm her down and told her that a teacher was on her way. The moment as I saw the teacher walk into the office, I felt relaxed.
That day, I realized that a seemingly(表面看来) simple job could be difficult and tiring. But I was pleased when Ms Andrew said “sorry” to me before I left the office.
36. When did the writer begin her first part-time job? She began her first part-time job________.
A. when she was 6 B. when she was 12 C. when she graduated D. When she grew up
37. What was she mainly responsible for at the beginning?
A. Keeping reminding the principal of his meeting. B. Dealing with files.
C. Answering phone calls. D. All the above.
38. What did Ms Andrew want to know?
A. Whether her son failed the exam. B. The right score of his son.
C. How long she would wait. D. What was wrong with the computer.
39. Which of the following is
A. She never found her part-time job difficult.
B. Ms Andrew’s son was not a top student, because he failed his exam.
C. When two hours passed and no one came back, Ms Andrew lost her temper.
D. Ms Andrew was angry because the writer checked the score on the computer.
40. Her experience of working as a secretary tells us that ________.
A. You can never do a part-time job.
B. Even the seemingly simple job could be difficult and tiring.
C. Students must take a full-time job because it is useful for their growth.
D. Some of the parents are really bad-tempered.
When the earthquake hit Japan on March 11, workers in a supermarket in Japan didn’t run away when they felt the shaking. Instead, they held on to the shelves and tried to stop the goods from falling down.
Reporters from NHK, the country’s largest TV station, stayed calm in front of cameras during the earthquake, even though some were facing real danger.
The earthquake was the most powerful one to hit Japan in the country’s history. But Japan’s reaction (反应) to the accident has shown that it is the most earthquake-prepared country in the world. The calm the Japanese showed during and after the quake has impressed the world.
This is because Japan has “an earthquake culture”. Japanese people are taught how to prepare for and react to earthquakes from a young age.
One way kids learn about earthquake safety is from the cartoon character Maruko (樱桃小丸子), a 9-year-old student. In the cartoon, Maruko has to wear a protective hat in an earthquake practice.
Schools in Japan organize earthquake practices every month. They make students become familiar with being in an earthquake.
Japan also has a good earthquake warning system. Warnings were broadcast on television, radio and cell phones eight seconds after experts first knew about the quake on March 11.
The warning system is unable to predict earthquakes. But it can usually alert people about 15 seconds before they feel the effects. Even 15 or 20 seconds can be enough time to save people’s lives.
41. How did Japanese people react when the big earthquake hit Japan on March 11?
A. They were scared. B. They stayed calm. C. They felt angry. D. They were frustrated(泄气).
42. NHK is ________.
A. China’s largest TV station B. the largest TV station in HK
C. a TV station in Japan D. a Japanese cartoon channel
43. How soon were the warnings broadcast after experts first knew about the quake?
A. 8 seconds. B. 11 seconds C. 15 seconds D. 20 seconds
44. Which of the following is
A. Japanese people learn about earthquake safety only from universities.
B. Japanese schools organize earthquake practice every week.
C. Japan has a warning system that can predict earthquakes.
D. Japan’s reaction to the accident impressed the world.
45. The story mainly tells us about _________.
A. the bad results caused by the earthquake B. Japan’s earthquake culture
C. how Japanese people suffered from the earthquake D. how Japanese people reacted after the earthquake
A new term has begun. This year may be your busiest school year because you are preparing for important exams. Good study habits will help you make full use of your time. Here is some advice from US scientists.
Study the same thing in different places.
You may have a regular place to study – a quiet room or a corner of the school library. But scientists say it helps you to remember if you study the same thing in two different places. For example, you can read your Chinese textbooks in your classroom and in the school garden. See if you remember what you learned better than if you had read the same thing twice in the classroom.
Don’t just learn one skill at a time.
Have you ever seen athletes training? They usually do strength, speed and skills training together. Our brain works like that, too. It is better at learning different skills than just one at a time. For example, if you are studying English, you may want to study vocabulary, grammar and reading all at the same time.
) your studying.
Most of you may have had the experience of studying for a long time the night before a test. That may get you a good grade on an exam, but you will soon forget the things you learned. Scientists found that spacing improves your ability to remember things. You can study for an hour tonight, an hour on the weekend, another hour a week from now. Then you won’t need to stay up all night for a test.
46. Who gave us these suggestions?
A. The students B. Chinese experts C. American scientists D. The teachers
47. Which of the following is
A. Your will remember better if you study the same thing in different places.
B. When you study English, you should study vocabulary, grammar and reading as well.
C. Our brain is better at learning different skills than just one at a time.
D. You always forget what you learnt the night before a test.
48. What do athletes need to do when they train? They need to ________.
A. do strength, speed and skill training B. study vocabulary, grammar and reading
C. make full use of time D. improve their ability to remember things
49. Which way is better for you to prepare for a test?
A. Studying for a long time the night before the test. B. Stay up all night for the test.
C. Study for an hour before the test. D. Space out your studying.
50. What’s the best title of the passage?
A. The Busiest School Year B. Study Tips for Success
C. Improve Your Memory D. Study in Different Places
A. changed B. effectively C. easy D. no longer E. difficult F. so that
A: Hi, Tina, why are the students in your class so excited today?
B: Hi, Jane, please come over and look at our classroom. It has ______(51) a lot.
A: Really? What’s happening?
B: The desks are
(52) in rows, but pushed together to make six bigger desks.
A: Why is it so?
B: Our teacher made this reform(改革)
(53)they could provide students with easier ways to study and more chances to discuss.
A: Then what do you do in class?
B: Group members first discuss, and then show ourselves in front of the whole class.
A: What about the teachers?
B: Now they have only 15 minutes to give the lesson. It is
(54)to teach in such a short time. So they have to find better ways to teach more
A: I hope you will do better in your study.
B: Thank you. I hope so.
A. I also hear the tigers like eating meat B. We must be careful
C. Is there anything I can do for you D. We’d better not
E. What happened to you F. That’s a good idea
G. Can we visit them now
A: Are you free this weekend?
B: Yes, _________(56)?
A: You can say that. Would you like to go to Shenzhen Safari Park with me this Saturday?
B: Of course, but why do you want to go to the zoo?
A: Because I hear there are 13 baby tigers there. I want to watch them very much.
B: Really?________ (57)?
A: Visitors can go there and watch them since March 1
B: That’s great! When should we start?
A: Let’s start at 2.00 p.m. ________(58). Let’s take some meat there.
B: ________(59). Have you forgotten the sign “No Feeding” in the zoo?
A: Oh, yes, I have.
B: It was reported that last month a worker fell into the tiger cage and was killed by five tigers.
A: How terrible! ________(60). Well, remember to take a camera. We can take some photos.
61. What’s the price of this iphone4?
to New York this morning.
63. Could you tell me
what I should do
64. Half a year has passed since my brother joined the army.
65. Study harder, don’t
let your parents down
66. The rich will kill time by golf, reading and travelling unless they go bankrupt.
67. Advertisements may
put pressure on
children to buy many useless things.
68. Joyce didn’t run as fast as Shirley.
69. Please send my regards to your parents.
70. Mr. Wilson
lost his temper
because Johnson was late once again.
Shanghai World Expo: Chinese have taken a real test.
The 2010 Shanghai World Expo was a great success. Visitors to the Expo had an exciting and rewarding experience and they spoke highly of it. However, reporters saw some embarrassing(令人尴尬的) scenes in this special test on the manners. Some people jumped the queue to avoid waiting for a long time. As the disabled could use the green channel which means they did not need to line up, some people even pretended to be disabled. Some people spat（吐） gum and threw rubbish on the floor. It took the volunteers lots of time to clean the gum. A few people smoked and took photos in the places where smoking or taking photos were not allowed. Some talked loudly on the cell phone while they were in the pavilion（展馆）. Some people carved “XXX 到此一游” on the pillar. Some people washed their hands with drinking water. Some lay on the bench. Some climbed over the fence to cross the street…. As a matter of fact, Chinese took a real test in Shanghai World Expo. According to the results, we should improve our manners and behave ourselves.
What bad manners do you see in the article?
71. Some visitors _________ pictures or smoked in certain pavilions.
72. Some people _________ cross the street at the zebra crossing.
73. Some visitors talked on the phone in a __________ voice.
74. Some people pretended to be disabled so _________ they needn’t wait in line.
75. Some visitors used drinking water to _________ their hands.
为迎接2011年“世界大学生运动会”（Universiade），深圳正举行“迎大运 学礼仪”活动。作为一个深圳人，我们理当为此次国际盛会贡献自己的一份力量。请以Getting ready for Universiade 为题写一篇短文，呼吁大家讲文明懂礼貌，让深圳变得更加美丽温馨，给友人留下美好的印象。
提示语：A、make---beautiful B、be polite and friendly C、try one’s best to improve oneself
Getting ready for Universiade
The 2011 Shenzhen Universiade is coming soon. We should learn a lesson from the 2010 Shanghai World Expo and improve our manners. _______________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________________Let’s work together to make a favourable impression on guests.
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