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1. where does the talk take place?
A.In a shop B.In a restaurant . C.In a bank
2.What can we learn from the talk?
A.The man will return the magazine. B.The woman will buy a new magazine
C.The magazine is gone
3.What’s the man doing now?
A.watching TV B.Waiting for the weather report C.Waiting for someone
4.Who probably knows the exat place of the supermarket?
A.Anna. B.Julie C.Lily
5.When will the speakers go to the museum?
A.On Friday. B.On Saturday C.On Sunday.
6. Why are the Blacks moving to Australia?
A.Mr.Black has found a new job there
B.They have many friends there.
C.Mrs.Black wants to teach there.
7.What will Mrs.Black become after moving there?
A.A teacher. B.A housewife. C.A clerk.
8.When will the woman go abroad?
A.In ten weeks. B .In March C.In May
9.What does the woman feel about studying abroad?
A.A little worried B.Very excited . C.Unhappy
10.Why is Tony going to Paris?
A.on business B.For his summer holiday
C.to see his friends.
11.When will Tony go to Linda’s home?
A.On Tuesday afternoon. B.On Saturday afternoon.
C.On Sunday afternoon.
12.what can we learn about Linda’s husband?
A.He will be out on Sunday afternoon.
B.He will be out on Saturday afternoon.
C.He has to be out on Sunday morning.
13.What’s the woman’s mother like?
A.She is humorous(幽默) B.She is gentle.
C.She is quiet.
14.What does the woman have?
A.An older sister and an older brother.
B.Two younger brothers.
C.A younger sister and an older brother
15.Who is similar to the woman’s mother?
A.the woman. B.the woman’s brother.
C.The woman’s sister.
16.What’s the woman’s sister now?
A.A.nurse. B.A docter. C.An engineer.
17.How many aspects(方面)of the United Kingdom does the man refer to(提及)?
A.two. B.three. C.Four.
18.Which of the following is NOT a historical monument(古迹)?
A.Windsor castle. B.The Tower of London.
C.The National Gallery.
19.which of the film is NOT produced by a British studio(制片厂)？
AHarry Potter. B.Star Wars C.James Bond
20.which of the following sports came from the United Kingdom?
A.Rugby. B.Basketball C.Badminton.
No one wants to be caught outside in the rain without an umbrella. These handy objects come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and there are many that can easily fold into a purse or a bag in case of a sudden heavy rain. Just about everyone owns an umbrella, but not many of us give them a second thought. What follows is a brief tribute to an item that most of us take for granted.
Historians are unsure of where and when exactly umbrellas came into play. Some say Egypt, while others say China. What is for sure is that they’ve been around a very long time. They weren’t intended to protect us from the rain, however. The ancient Greeks and Romans used them as shade from the sun. It was the Roman women who began to oil the cloth of the umbrella to protect it from water.
It wasn’t until the 1600s that European women began to carry umbrellas, mostly as shade from the sun. Sometime in the 1700s, it became popular to carry wood and oilcloth models as protection from the rain. In 1750, an Englishman named Jonah Hanway decided to carry an umbrella everywhere he went. This was unheard of. Only women carried umbrellas. Because of this, many people laughed at him, but at least he was dry. Ignoring the laughter of those around him, Hanway carried his umbrella for 30 years. By the late 1700s, however, it became more acceptable for men to carry “hanways”.
Because they were made of wood, umbrellas were not only expensive, but they were difficult to use. In 1852, Samuel Fox invented the steel kind that we see today. Since then, they’ve evolved. We now have umbrellas for the rain and sun. We use them on the beach, while playing golf, and on our patios (露台) and decks. What would we do without umbrellas?
21. What is the purpose of the first paragraph?
A. To tell us when umbrellas were invented.
B. To advise people to have a second thought about umbrellas.
C. To lead to the topic of the passage.
D. To tell us the importance of umbrellas in our daily life.
22. What can we infer from the passage?
A. Men were not allowed to use umbrellas in the 1700s.
B. Jonah Hanway was an umbrella salesman.
C. Wood umbrellas were hard to operate but very cheap.
D. It was not so strange for men to use umbrellas in the 1800s.
23. What does the underlined word “evolved” in the last paragraph mean?
A. Supported. B. Invented. C. Survived. D. Developed.
24. What is the best title for this passage?
A. How umbrellas were invented?
B. The use of umbrellas in ancient times.
C. Women’s umbrellas in the 1600s.
D. A brief introduction to the history of umbrellas.
One day, I took a taxi and the traffic flew smoothly along a narrow street until our taxi was brought to a sudden stop. I curiously looked forward to seeing the obstruction (堵塞). I noticed that in front of the cars, a rather vast crowd gathered in the middle of the street. In fact, people kept emerging from every direction.
I asked my taxi driver if he had seen what had occurred. He said, “A stupid driver has hit a man on a bicycle. The policeman is here to end the argument.”
Interesting! My taxi driver had obviously sided with the bicyclist, despite the fact that he too was a driver. He continued to explain, “All the people are coming to give their opinions on what happened.” With these words, he put out his head from the window to shout his thoughts on the accident.
A vast crowd of people was gathering at the scene. Some appeared to be passing bicyclists, and some were coming from the shops along the streets. I felt very surprised! It was nearly impossible that these people had all seen the accident, yet they all seemed to take a personal interest in the “justice” of the result. It was shocking that the police officer who was attending the accident seemed interested in the opinions of all those who were watching! What began as a short pause was beginning to look like a long afternoon drama.
Accidents like this occur every day. Each time something like this happens to me during my travel in this country, I immediately became impatient, so patience is really necessary if you’re planning to visit this country.
25.The author was most probably in the country when this event happened
A. visiting his parents B. on business C. traveling D. living
26. Who should take the responsibility for the accident in the opinion of the author’s taxi driver?
A. The bicyclist. B. The driver. C. The police officer. D. The heavy traffic.
27. The writer felt shocked because _____.
A. his taxi driver shouted his thoughts on the accident
B. the police officer showed interest in the opinions of the watchers
C. no one called the hospital or sent the bicyclist to a hospital
D. the accident later turned into an interesting drama
28.What does the author advise people to do if they want to visit this country?
A. Never take a taxi. B. Don’t drive on a narrow street.
C. Have a lot of patience. D. Avoid crowds.
It was late Wednesday night when the frightening phone call reached our home. I remember lying in my bed trying to fall asleep when I heard the phone ring. Interested in finding out who the late caller was, I sat up so that I could hear the phone call better. To my surprise, I heard my mom shout to my dad, “Get the car, Dean! Andrea has been in a car accident.”
We ran every red light on the way to the hospital and our tires screeched (发出刺耳声) around every corner. We got to the hospital but were not allowed to see her. The next morning, we were allowed to see Andrea. Until today, nobody knows exactly what happened. We only know that the car rolled on its way back from a party. The two boys in the car were killed, and Andrea was thrown out. She was badly injured.
Over the next two months, I lived more at the hospital than I did at my house. I watched as Andrea worked so hard to gain back everyday motor skills. She never once complained or pitied herself. After two weeks in the ICU and two months of the regular hospital treatment, Andrea came home. She missed several months of school, so it was hard for her to catch up. Andrea had many tasks to finish, and however hard it was, she stuck until the job was done. Though busy dealing with pain and therapy (治疗), she always found time to love and play with me, her little sister.
I’ll never forget the influence that this incident had on my life. I admire my sister. She is perfectly normal now, despite the pins holding her leg in place. I couldn’t ask for a better sister or a hero in my life.
29. Why did the author listen to her mother answering the phone?
A. Because she knew that something terrible had happened.
B. Because she wanted to know who called at such a late time.
C. Because she was interested in listening to others talking on the phone.
D. Because she wondered if she was wanted on the phone.
30. The first sentence in Paragraph Two shows that ______.
A. the author’s family were very eager to see Andrea
B. the author’s father wasn’t good at driving
C. the family liked breaking traffic rules
D. their house was far from the hospital
31. During the treatment, Andrea ______.
A. read a lot of books
B. stopped playing with the author
C. didn’t accept anyone’s help
D. showed her determined spirit
32. What is the best title of the passage?
A. A miracle that happened to my sister.
B. A sudden disaster for my family.
C. My sister — the hero in my life.
D. An accident which changed my life.
Australia is the world’s smallest continent and largest island. It is the sixth largest nation in the world, after Russia, Canada, China, the United States and Brazil. Australia has a land area of 7,682,320 km2 and its coastline is 36,735 km long. As the world’s driest continent, most parts are semi-desert and have no people living there. There are rainforests and vast plains in the north, desert in the center and fertile (肥沃的) croplands in the east, south and southwest. Australia is surrounded by the waters of the Pacific Ocean to the east, the Arafura Sea to the north, the Indian Ocean to the west, and the Southern Ocean to the south. Its highest point on the mainland is Mount Kosciusko, at 2,228 m, in the Australian Alps. The longest river, starting in Queensland, is the Murray Darling measuring 2,736 km. The Australian federation (联邦政府) has six states and two territories. The largest state, Western Australia, is about the same size as Western Europe.
Australia is a multicultural society with about a quarter of the population foreign-born. The population has more than doubled since 1945. Now it is about 17 million or about 2 people per square kilometer, and more than 80 % of Australians live in the southeast, within 100 kilometers of the coast. Sydney, the nation’s largest city, is the capital of New South Wales. Sydney’s Harbor Bridge and Opera House attract visitors from all over the world. Canberra is the nation’s capital.
Australians are very kind and very polite. They also have their own customs. For example, they mind very much if you speak with your mouth full of food, and they also mind if you talk to somebody when this person is talking to another person!
33. Which of the following is NOT one of the six largest countries in the world?
A. Brazil. B. Canada. C. Australia. D. Cuba.
34.Concerning Australia, the author mentioned all of the following EXCEPT _____.
A. the coastline B. the climate C. the population D. the customs
35.We can infer from the passage that _____.
A. Australians don’t like people from other countries
B. Sydney’s Harbor Bridge is famous all over the world
C. the capital of Australia is the nation’s largest city
D. most of the southeast of Australia is desert
The eyes are the window of the soul. Having a pair of bright, clear eye is very important, so we should protect our eyes throughout our lives. ___36__ Don't read while lying down or walking. Relax after very hour of reading. Keep a distance from（与…保持距离）the TV set when you watch TV and give your eyes a rest every 30 minutes. Don't stare at the sun or try to read in the darkness. __37__ This can damage your eyes easily. Get your eyes checked often. Not many people have this habit, but it is necessary. If you feel that there is something wrong with your eyes, get them checked quickly. ___38___
____39___ You can close your eyes for a few seconds or look into the distance for one or two minutes. A small break will relax your eyes and help to stop you from getting eye problems. Be careful when you choose your glasses. _____40____ Make sure your glasses are right for you. If they don't feel right, get your glasses changed.
A. Develop good reading habits.
B. Rest your eyes whenever you can.
C. Make sure you get enough sleep every night.
D. Glasses that aren't suitable for you could bring you trouble.
E. Even if you're wearing sunglasses, never look directly at the sun.
F. Eye problems can be found and treated early with regular checks.
G. Drink green tea every day as a way to protect your eyes against eye problems.
One morning, my eyes caught a small poster across the room, which read, “In order to help others, I must help myself first.” I can’t 41 where I got it, but the poster has always been there. I didn’t take notice of it before, but this time, I felt something 42 .
Somehow in my mind there often 43 pictures from a documentary (记录片), which I saw several days ago about the lives of 44children in Palestinian refugee camps (难民营). Their living 45 are so poor. They live in overly crowded 46 without electricity or fresh water supply. Schools are 47 a luxury (奢侈) for many children. 48 can tell when it will end. They surely need a helping hand.
I sincerely hope that there will be some helping hands which can give hope to these children 49 they can start to appreciate a good and 50 world. At that moment, I 51 that the joining of many helping hands must start with one helping hand and that was mine. But how do I go about doing this? I was silently lost in my own 52
“What are you thinking?” My silence was 53 by my dad. I asked him, “How can I be a helping hand?” He 54 a deep breath. Then he said, “To be a helping hand, 55, you have to be successful in whatever you 56 to be.”
He walked out of the room and soon came back with a 57 in his hands. He handed it to me and said, “Spend some time reading this and 58 you will understand what I meant.” After spending the whole day reading the book, I realized that “in order to help others, I must help myself first” has a deeper-rooted 59 . Helping myself means I have to be 60 so that I can help others with my helping hands.
41 A. imply B. admit C. remember D. suggest
42. A. exciting B. different C. strange D. similar
43. A. exist B. appear C. arrive D. stand
44. A. dishonest B. careless C. public D. helpless
45. A. conditions B. houses C. positions D. rights
46. A. classrooms B. castles C. tents D. trees
47. A. placed B. considered C. read D. named
48. A. Anybody B. Somebody C. Everybody D. Nobody
49. A. as if B. so that C. in case D. even though
50. A. caring B. thoughtful C. quiet D. deep
51. A. agreed B. minded C. realized D. appreciated
52. A. ideas B. dreams C. eyes D. thoughts
53. A. settled B. killed C. destroyed D. broken
54. A. lost B. took C. felt D. heard
55. A. first of all B. all of a sudden C. as a result D. at the end
56. A. choose B. dislike C. desert D. learn
57. A. poster B. pen C. book D. picture
58. A. personally B. hopefully C. generally D. crazily
59. A. impression B. opinion C. cause D. meaning
60. A. practical B. successful C. generous D. demanding
One morning, I was waiting at the bus stop, worried about __61___ (be) late for school. There were many people waiting at the bus stop, ___62____ some of them looked very anxious and ___63__ (disappoint).When the bus finally came, we all hurried on board. I got a place next ____64___ the window, so I had a good view of the sidewalk. A boy on a bike ____65___ (catch ) my attention. He was riding beside the bus and waving his arms. I heard a passenger behind me shouting to the driver, but he refused ____66___ (stop) until we reached the next stop. Still, the boy kept ____67___ (ride). He was carrying something over his shoulder and shouting. Finally, when we came to the next stop, the boy ran up to the door of the bus. I heard an excited conversation. Then the driver stood up and asked, “____68___ anyone lose a suitcase at the last stop?” A woman on the bus shouted, “Oh, dear! It’s ____69___ (I).”She pushed her way to the driver and took the suitcase thankfully, Everyone on the bus began talking about what the boy had done, and the crowd of strangers ___70__ (sudden) became friendly to one another.
第一节：短文改错(共 10 分,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)
注意：1. 每处错误及修改均仅限一词；2. 只允许修改10处，多者（从11处起）不计分。
Dear Li Feng,
How is your summer holiday? I heard that you went into the countryside to stay with your grandfather. Did you like the life style there? To be honestly, I do want to have a holiday in the countryside. But I can’t go. I did very well in English on the final exam. My mother found me a English tutor and I have to learn English this summer. But it’s really bored. How I wish I can go to the countryside and learn English there. That would interesting. However, my mother doesn’t like the idea. Do you have any good ideas? Anyway, I hope you had a good time there. Don’t forget to give your best regards to your grandfather.
1. 2050年的高中生几乎没有作业负担，他们只需要学会使用电脑及电脑编程(program v.)。
听力： 1-20 ： BCBCC AABAB CBACB BCCCA
阅读理解： 21—25 CDDDC 26—30 BBCBA
31-35 DCDBB 36-40 AEFBD
完形填空： 41-45 CBBDA 46-50 CBDBA
51-55 CDDBA 56-60 ACBDB
语法填空： 61.being 62.and 63.disappointed 64.to 65.caught
66 .to stop 67.riding 68.Did 69.me或者mine 70.suddenly
短文改错： 71. into→to 72. Did→Do 73. honestly→honest 74. well→badly
75. a→an 76. bored→boring 77.can→could 78. would后加be
79. had→have 80. 第一个your→my
书面表达：（One possible version）
I believe that people’s life in 2050 will be much different from what it is now.
High school students in the year of 2050 almost don’t have the load of homework. The only work they should do is to learn how to use the computer to do daily work and how to program. If people are ill, there is no need to go to see the doctor, because the computer will tell them how to deal with the illness and it can even give them an operation. In 2050, people can take a trip to the moon and Mars freely and easily. Many people have settled there and the traffic jam won’t be seen on the earth any more. People on the earth have already got in touch with some aliens from outer space.
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