在下面对话的空白处填上适当的话语(话语可能是句子,短语或单词),使对话完整,将其答案写在答题卡的相应位置上。

A:51.1. your weekend?

B: It was terrible.

A: Oh , what was wrong with you?

B: My clock 52.2..When I got up, it was already 8 o’clock.

A:53.3.?

B: I got up quickly as I could and ran off to school without breakfast.

A: Did you see anybody in the school?

B:54.4..As soon as I got there, I realized it was Saturday.55.5.?

A: No ,I was late for my friend’s birthday party because my car broken down  halfway.

 

Nelson Mandela was regarded as one of the greatest leaders in the world. He died at the age of 95. He became his country’s first black president after 27 years in prison. Do you want to know why he spent so many years in prison? Read more and find more facts.

When Nelson Mandela was a young man, white and black people in South Africa lived separate lives. White people, who were a small part of the population, were in charge of the country. At that time, it was illegal for black people to use the same schools, hospitals, and even beaches as white people. Mandela was lucky. He was one of the few black people in the 1950s of South Africa to receive education and become a successful lawyer.

Nelson Mandela believed that everybody should be treated equally. He joined some different demonstrations to fight against a system called apartheid.

Sometimes the demonstrations turned violent and in 1962 Mandela was sent to a prison which was on Robben Island. But many people around the world campaigned for his release. Songs were written and big concerts were held in protest. Finally in 1990 the South African President FW de Klerk--a white man--allowed him to go free. Mandela had spent 27 years in prison and was greeted as a hero on his release.

1.After reading the passage, we can know apartheid is ______.

A.a party  B.a demonstration  C.a song   D.a system

2.FW de Klerk is the person ________.

A.who was in prison with Nelson Mandela.

B.who allowed Nelson Mandela to go free.

C.who helped to Nelson Mandela organize the demonstrations.

D.who wrote some songs about apartheid.

3.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

A.Nelson Mandela died when he was 90 years old.

B.Nelson Mandela received education and became a lawyer.

C.Nelson Mandela was sent to a prison on Robben Island in 1946.

D.Nobody was willing to help Nelson Mandela out of prison.

4._______ were in charge of South Africa at that time?

A.Nelson Mandela

B.Black people

C.White people

D.British people

5.Which is the best title of this passage?

A. Nelson Manlenda

B. Some demonstration in the past.

C. Black people and White People

D. People in South Africa

 

If you think GM food sounds far away from you, you are totally wrong. In fact, you may eat GM food every day. Four of every five people in the world are eating GM food, according to the Ministry of Agriculture.

According to Xinhua News Agency, in China, the only GM plants that are grown for sale are cotton and papaya. Also, China buys some GM plants from other countries, such as soybeans and corn. The GM plants are used to make other products.

A reporter once said, “In China, more than half of cooking oil is soybean oil. And 90 percent of that oil is made from GM soybeans.” So it’s possible that we eat GM food every day!

Scientists have changed GM plants’ DNA in a laboratory. Scientists usually do this to protect plants against bugs and diseases and have more harvests. Many people think it’s against nature. Also, they worry that eating such food might be bad for their health.

Is GM food safe? There’s no agreement. Some people say that GM food causes tumors. But there are no long-term safety studies about GM food. If you want to stay away from GM food, you can start by checking the cooking oil in your home.

1. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, _____people in the world aren’t eating GM food.

A.20%    B.40%    C.60%    D.80%

2.In China, people grow GM plants for sale like ______.

A.cotton and papaya  B. soybeans and corn

C.cotton and corn     D.soybeans and papaya

3.What does the underlined word “harvest” mean in Chinese?

A. 损失   B. 种子   C.收成      D. 疾病

4. Which of the following is NOT TURE according to the passage?

A.In fact, GM food isn’t far away from us.

B.People use the GM plants to make other products.

C.In China, about a quarter of cooking oil is soybean oil.

D. Some people say that the GM food causes tumors.

5. What’s the main idea of this passage?

A. It’s about GM plants grown in the laboratory.

B. It’s about cooking oil made from GM soybeans.

C. It’s about some facts about GM food around us.

D. It’s about studies about the safety of GM food.

 

Bookstores are second homes for readers. Although many people can now buy books online, many readers still like the feeling in bookstores. They can touch(触摸) the books and smell the print.

In China, there are many special bookstores. Sanlian Taofen Bookstore became the first 24-hour bookstore in Beijing at the beginning of April. Popular Holdings in Shanghai is a film-themed bookstore. It has film books and posters. Eslite Bookstore in Taiwan often has activities like talks with famous writers.

At the same time, bookstores outside China can be very colorful, too. Scarthin Books is a small bookstore in the UK. It sells new and second-hand books. There are more than 100,000 books lying on the shelves of the store’s 12 rooms. Bart’s Books in the US is a good place to enjoy the sunshine(阳光) while reading books. It’s an outdoor bookstore. Bookshelves are on the street. When the store is closed, people can still buy books. They just put money into the door’s coin box. Where can you find a café, bar and bookstore in just one place? The answer is probably El Pendulo in Mexico. Books line(排列成行) the walls of the store. On the second floor, visitors can order everyday meals in the café and drinks from the bar. In order to keep cool, there are green plants and trees inside. Does it look like a park?

1._____ special bookstores inside China are mentioned(提到) in the passage.

A.2           B.3          C.5          D.6

2.Scarthin Books is ______.

A. a 24-hour bookstore               B. an outdoor bookstore

C. in the US                         D. small

3. People can still buy books at ______ when it’s closed.

A. Bart’s Books         B. Popular Holdings

C. Eslite Bookstore      D. El Pendulo

4. Readers can ______ at El Pendulo.

A. talk with famous writers            B. order meals

C. enjoy the sunshine                  D. buy film posters

5. There are ______ inside El Pendulo in order to keep cool.

A.12 rooms                   B. bookshelves

C. green pla nts and trees   D. coin boxes

 

Donald was not very good at math. He couldn’t understand the teacher’s explanations. Even when the teacher explained something a second time, Donald Still couldn’t understand it.

“Never mind.” Donald told himse1f, “I’m quite good at other subjects. I’ll cheat(作弊) in the math exam to get a good grade, then I won’t be in trouble. ”

“I’ll sit next to the boy who does best in math,” he thought, “and copy down this answers.”

The day of the exam came, and Donald sat next to Tommy, who was always at the top of the class in math. Donald carefully copied Tommy’s answers onto his own exam paper. At the end the exam, the teacher collected the papers and graded them in time.

   Then she said, “well, boys and girls, I’ve decided to give a prize to the student who got the highest grade. It’s difficult for me to decide who I’ll give the prize to one of them.”

   The students were surprised when they heard this. They said, “That’s not fair. They got the same grade.”

   “That’s true.” the teacher said, “However, Tommy’s answer to Question 18 was ‘I don’t know’ while Dona1d’s was ‘Neither do I ’ .”

1.Donald wanted to cheat because        .

A. he didn’t do well in any subjects    B. his teacher didn’t explain things well

C. he wanted to get a good grade in math    D. he wanted to get a bad grade in math

2.Donald        during the exam.

A. sat behind Tommy    B. copied from Tommy

C. asked the teacher for help    D. asked the student for help

3.The students were surprised because       .

A. they thought the teacher unfair    B. Donald did as well as Tommy

C. the teacher would give them a prize    D. they thought the teacher fair

4.The teacher decided to give the prize to        .

A. Tommy    B. Donald    C. both Tommy and Donald    D. the others

5.We can infer(推断)       .

A. Donald may study hard at math    B. the teacher may criticize Donald

C. Tommy may share the prize with other students    D. the teacher may criticize Tommy

 

Rudi Matt lived in a small village in the Swiss Alps in 1865. What he wanted most in the world was to climb the highest peak (峰) in the Alps. Rudi's mother and his uncle, Franz, a mountain guide, wanted him to stop       and start working in a hotel. Rudi would not     his dream and secretly got in touch with an English mountain climber     was planning to climb the highest peak.

Franz was very angry when he found out what Rudi had done, but he finally agreed to let Rudi go if he went climbing,     . Franz also didn't want to see Emil Saxo, a guide from another village, got to the top           him.

Rudi turned out to be a very good climber,         as they got close to the top, the Englishman got sick and could go no farther. Franz stayed behind to take care of him, but Saxo continued, wishing to be the            to the top. Rudi went after Saxo, hoping to beat him to the top. When they met, Saxo fought with Rudi and fell down by accident. Saxo was helpless and hurt. Rudi must           whether to carry Saxo back down to safety or to continue alone to the top.

He decided Saxo's life was more      than his dream and helped him down. During that time, the Englishman and Franz           the climb, and finally they reached the top. Later, when they returned to the village, they told people that Rudi was the real conqueror (征服者) of the mountain.

1.A. learning   B. playing   C. climbing   D. talking

2.A. try out    B. give up C. go over    D. work out

3.A. what     B. which     C. whom       D. who

4.A. again     B. too      C. once       D. instead

5.A. after      B. behind   C. before   D. over

6.A. but       B. so       C. or         D. for

7.A. first     B. second    C. third      D. last

8.A. wonder   B. remember C. ask      D. decide

9.A. important B. successful C. popular  D. interesting

10.A. stopped  B. continued C. enjoyed  D. finished

 

II(从方框中选择恰当的句子完成下面的对话。其中有两项多余。每小题1分,共5分)

 

A. What’s the matter with you?

B. You should save pocket money.

C. Thanks for your advice.

D. Although she is wrong, it’s not a big deal.

E. What should I do?

F. Now she is still angry with me.

G. Could I borrow some money?

 

A:You look so sad.1.

B: I argued with my mother. I spent too much pocket money(零用钱). 2.

A: You should talk to her and say sorry.

B: Yes, I know I should. But it’s not easy.

A: It’s really difficult for parents to make money. 3.

B: You are right. 4. What can I do to make her happy?

A: What about buying something useful for her by saving pocket money?

B: That sounds good. 5.

 

—The classroom is so dark . Would you mind turning on the lights?

—_____.

A. Excuse me    B. That’s right    C. Of course not    D. Certainly

 

--We should go to school by bus instead of by car.   

--Yeah,         cars we use,         pollution there will be.

A. fewer; less    B. less; fewer

C. the less; the fewer    D. the fewer; the less

 

Tony's mom looks young and beautiful.It's hard to imagine she's already in her___.

A.fifties  B.fifty   C.fiftieths  D.fiftieth

 

—Is Steven still in Hainan for his winter vacation?

—No, he_____ Hainan three times, he won’t go there again.

A. has gone to    B. has been to    C. has been in    D. went to

 

The lift is so crowded that there is no more _____to stand in.

A. room    B. a room    C. rooms    D. any rooms

 

My father often encourage me _____

A. no to smoking    B. give up smoke

C. not to give up smoking    D. not to smoke any more

 

The meeting is very important. We ____ be late.

A. needn’t    B. can’t    C. may not    D. mustn’t

 

I’ve found some pictures of the most interesting places ______ you can visit  during the winter holidays.

A. where    B. that    C. which    D. what

 

The river smells terrible. People_______ dirty things into it .

A. must stop to throw

B. must stop from throwing

C. must be stopped to throw

D. must be stopped from throwing

 

Mr. King didn't know ________ yesterday evening.

A. when does his son come home                B. when his son comes home

C. when did his son come home                  D. when his son came home

 

Do you have any difficulty _____ English?

Yes, but I try to make myself _____.

A.to speak, understood       B.speaking,understand

C.to speak, to understand   D.speaking, understood

 

Lucy will _________ this afternoon .you’d better be at home before 6 pm.

A. come over    B. take off    C. put away    D. pick up

 

We all _______ our country to be stronger and stronger.

A. hope    B. wish    C. think    D. like

 

____________ here last night.

A. Something strange was happened    B. Strange something was happened

C. Something strange happened    D. Strange something happened

 

I think its really _________ hard work for me to finish the job in twenty minutes.

A. aB. anC. theD. 不填

 

李华是一位14岁的中学生,非常喜欢玩电脑游戏。他认为玩电脑游戏是放松自己的好方法。但是,由于经常熬夜玩电脑游戏,导致他在课堂上昏昏欲睡,无法认真听讲。上学期,他期末考试不及格。老师对此非常生气。请根据以上内容写一篇约100词的英语短文。

要求:

1. 描述李华的情况;  

2. 陈述你的看法;

3. 谈一谈你用什么方式放松自己。

 

X.阅读理解七选五  根据短文内容,从短文后的七个选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。

   选项中有两项为多余选项。(5分)

Tiffany, a 16-year-old girl, was very shy. Last September, her best friend, Sophie, moved abroad with her family because she had to continue her studies in America. She even said she would not come back for at least a few years. 1. “I was really sad the moment I heard the bad news and I didn't know what to do,” Tiffany recalled. “I shut myself in my room for a whole week. It was then that my aunt took me to a sports club one Saturday and I saw so many young people playing different kinds of sports there. I signed up for a beginners’ course in volleyball and since then I have been playing this sport. Now I practice twice a week there. It is wonderful playing sports in this club and I have made lots of friends as well. 2.

The most basic aim of playing sports is that you can improve your health even if you are not very good at sports.  Besides, you can get to know a circle of people at your age while playing sports. 3. Since she joined the sports club, she has opened up herself and now she has become very active and enjoys meeting and talking with others.

For most people, that is one of the reasons why they join a sports club. 4. You don’t have to sit down and talk to strangers. You go in for sports and it is easier to understand your partners on the same team. Now Tiffany is quite popular with her friends and she has also become more confident.

5. The mind needs exercise as well as the body.

A. Try to do some sports.

B. They don’t take plenty of exercise.

C. Tiffany used to be a very quiet girl.

D. Tiffany became lonely and helpless.

E. I think I’m good at singing and dancing.

F. What’s more, I feel I am much healthier than before.

G. You can get to know other young people who have similar interests.

 

IX.完成句子  根据汉语意思完成英语句子,每个空格填一个单词。(5分)

1.我的英语老师来自加拿大。格林是他的姓。

My English teacher is from Canada. His _________ _________ is Green.

2.再过几年,济南人就可以乘地铁上班或上学了。

In a few years, people in Jinan will be able to go to work or school _________ _________.

3.告诉他别对父母大声叫嚷,这不礼貌。

Tell him to stop _________ _________ his parents. It’s not polite.

4.在昨天下午的班会上,我们可以随意表达自己的观点。

     We _________ _________ to express our opinions at the class meeting yesterday afternoon.

5.我们学校鼓励学生积极参加志愿者活动。

Students in our school are _________ to take an active part in _________ activities.

 

VIII.改写句子  按括号中的要求完成句子,每个空格填一个单词。(5分)

1.They are interested in science fiction. (改为一般疑问句)

   _________ _________ interested in science fiction?

2.Bill exercises on weekends. (就句子画线部分提问)

   _________ _________ Bill exercise?

3.“Where do you plan to spend your holiday?” The teacher asked the boys. (改写句子,句意不变)

   The teacher asked the boys _________ they _________ to spend their holiday.

4.It was seven o’clock when the movie actors showed up in the theater.(改写句子,句意不变)

   The movie actors didn’t _________ in the theater _________ seven o’clock.

5.I don’t think they will turn down my invitation.(改写句子,句意不变)

    I think my invitation will ____________ ____________.

 

B.阅读短文,从方框中选择适当的动词,并用其适当形式填空。有的需要加助动词或不定式符号(每词限用一次)。

 

   show      like     stand      build      visit

Mary is four years old. She1. asking questions. Some of her questions are funny.

One day Mary and her father went to another city 2. her uncle. Her uncle was very happy to see them. The next morning Mary’s uncle took her and her father out and 3. them around. “Please look at that tower,” said her uncle. “It is the oldest building in this city.”

“How old is it?” Mary asked.

“I don’t know exactly when it 4.,” Mary’s uncle said. “But some people say that it 5. there for about 2, 100 years.”

 

A.阅读短文,从方框中选择适当的单词填空 (每词限用一次)。

 

but      with      room     what     nothing

It was quite late last night. While I was reading a newspaper alone in my1., a young man came to my house. He said that he was a friend of my brother’s and wanted to talk 2. him. I didn’t know if my brother had such a friend, 3. I let him in.

As we talked, I found that he knew 4. about my brother. After a while my brother came back home. The young man was so surprised that he didn’t know5. to do. We caught the man and called the police at the same time.

 

C

What is time? Is it a thing to be saved or spent or wasted, like money? Or is it something we have no control over, like the weather? Is it the same all over the world? That’s an easy question, you say. Wherever you go, a minute is 60 seconds, an hour is 60 minutes, a day is 24 hours, and so forth. Well, maybe. But in America, time is more than that. Americans see time as a valuable resource(资源). Maybe that’s why they like the expression, “Time is money.”

Because Americans believe time is a limited resource, they try to keep and manage it. People in the US often attend meetings or read books on time management. It seems that they all want to organize their time better. People try their best to press more life out of their time.

To Americans, being on time is a way of showing respect(尊重) for other people’s time. Being more than 10 minutes late usually calls for an apology(道歉) and an explanation. People who are running late often call ahead to let others know that they can’t be on time. Of course, the less formal(正式的) the situation is, the less important it is to be exactly on time. At informal get-togethers, for example, people often arrive as much as 30 minutes late. But they usually don’t try that at work.

American lifestyles show how much people respect the time of others. When people plan an event, they often set the time days or weeks before it. Once the time is fixed, it is almost impossible to change it. If people want to come to your house for a friendly visit, they will usually call first to make sure it is convenient. Only very close friends will just “drop by” unannounced. Also, people seldom call others late at night for fear they might be in bed. The time may be different, but most people think twice about calling after 10:00 pm.

Even Americans would agree that no one can master time. Time, like money, slips all too easily through our finger. And time, like the weather, is very hard to predict. However, time is one of life’s most valuable gifts.

1.From Paragraph 1, we can learn that ___________.

A. Americans waste lots of money and time

B. people can only control 60 minutes a day

C. Americans regard time as something valuable

D. money is more important than time in America

2.In Paragraph 3 and Paragraph 4, the writer mainly tells us that ___________.

A. Americans respect others’ time in daily life    B. Americans never call after ten o’clock

C. Americans visit friends without calling first    D. Americans arrive days before an event

3.The underlined phrase “think twice” probably means “___________”.

A. pay attention    B. learn wisely    C. feel relaxed    D. consider carefully

4.According to this passage, ___________.

A. most American people treasure their time

B. people can master and predict time easily

C. Americans like time better than anything else

D. people are supposed to be on time in all situations

5.This passage mainly talks about ___________.

A. some of the American lifestyles    B. how Americans treat time

C. all kinds of ways to spend time    D. different opinions about time

 

B

I found out one time that helping someone could get you into a lot of trouble. I was in the eighth grade at the time, and we were having a final test. During the test, the girl sitting next to me said something to me in a low voice, but I didn’t understand. So I leaned(倾斜) over her way and found out that she was trying to ask me if I could lend her a pen. She showed me that hers was out of ink(墨水) and would not write. I took a pen out of my pencil box and put it on her desk.

Later, after the test papers had been handed in, the teacher asked me to stay in the room when all the other students could leave. As soon as we were alone, she began to talk to me about what it meant to grow up; she talked about how important it was to stand on your own two feet and be responsible for your own acts. For a long time, she talked about honesty and the fact that when people do something dishonest, they are really cheating themselves. She made me promise that I would think seriously about all the things she had said, and then she told me I could leave. I walked out of the room wondering why she had chosen to talk to me about all those things.

Later on, I found out that the teacher thought I had cheated on the test. When she saw me lean over to talk to the girl next to me, it looked as if I was copying answers from the girl’s test paper. So I went to the teacher and tried to explain about the pen, but all she could say was it seemed very strange to her that I hadn’t talked of anything about the pen the day she talked to me right after the test. Even if I tried to explain that I was just helping the girl by letting her use my pen, I am sure she continued to believe that I had cheated on the test.

1.The story happened when __________.

A. the writer was eight years old    B. the writer was in Grade 8

C. the writer was visiting a girl    D. the writer sang in a low voice

2.The girl wanted to borrow a pen because __________.

A. she couldn’t afford one    B. she lost hers on the way to school

C. there was no ink in hers    D. hers was taken away by the teacher

3.The teacher asked the writer __________.

A. to put his pen on the desk    B. to help the girl after the test

C. to leave the room at once    D. to stay behind after the test

4.Which of the following is the thing that the teacher didn’t talk about?

A. You should be helpful when you grow up.    B. It’s important to be independent.

C. You should be responsible for what you do.    D. You shouldn’t do dishonest things.

5.Which of the following is true?

A. The writer and the girl cheated on the final test.

B. The writer helped the girl by lending his pen to her.

C. The girl tried to explain the truth to the teacher.

D. The teacher finally realized she had made a mistake.

 

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