1.How does the man come here?
A.By bus. B.By taxi. C.By car.
2.Why isn’t Helen present?
A.She forgot to come.
B.She changed her decision.
C.She wasn’t invited.
3.What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A.Husband and wife. B.Mother and son. C.Doctor and patient.
4.What’s the man’s job?
A.A shop assistant. B.A tailor. C.A salesman.
5.What does the man mean?
A.He can’t go to the cinema.
B.He can go to the cinema on Saturday morning.
C.He can go to the cinema on Saturday evening.
6.When will the man go on holiday?
A.In spring. B.In summer. C.In winter.
7.Where is the man going?
A.Switzerland. B.Italy. C.Austria.
8.What is the man?
A.A businessman. B.A salesman. C.A scientist.
9.Where does this conversation most probably take place?
A.On a train. B.On a bus. C.On a plane.
10.Why is the woman traveling?
A.She is traveling on holiday.
B.She is traveling on business.
C.She is traveling to give some lectures.
11.Why is the woman calling?
A.To buy a table. B.To book a table. C.To serve lunch.
12.When does this restaurant stop serving lunch?
A.1 pm. B.2 pm. C.3 pm.
13.How many people will come with the woman for lunch?
A.One. B.Two. C.Four.
14.What is the man?
A.A nurse. B.A doctor. C.A chemist.
15.What is wrong with the woman?
A.She is wet all over.
B.She has a bad headache.
C.She has had a cough for three days.
16.What does the man tell the woman to do?
A.Stay in bed for some time and take some medicine.
B.Go around from time to time.
C.Come to see him tomorrow morning.
17.Where does this conversation most probably take place?
A.In a garden. B.In the man’s office.C.In the woman’s house.
18.What is the main topic of the passage?
A.The Barcelona Olympic Games.
B.TV programs on Chinese television.
C.Effects of television on our lives.
19.Where was the survey of 300 youngsters made?
A.In Shanghai. B.In Wuhan. C.In Beijing.
20.According to the passage, what is quickly taking the place of printed material as the major source of news for most Chinese?
A.Internet B.Television C.Reading
第二部分：英语知识运用 (共两节， 满分45分)
第一节：单项填空 (共15小题, 每小题1分,满分15分)
从A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
21.As he reached _____front door, Jack saw ______strange sight.
A.the;不填 B.a; the C.不填a D.the; a
22.I got this bicycle for______：My friend gave it to me when she bought a new one.
A.everything B.something C.anything D.nothing
23.Mary, I_____ John of his promise to help you.
A.told B.reminded C.warned D.advised
24.To get a better grade, you should __________the notes again before the test.
A.go over B.get over C.turn over D.take over
25.—That must have been a long trip.
—Yeah, it us a whole week to get there.
A.takes B.has taken C.took D.was taking
26.I will never forget the day _____ we worked together in London.
A.when B.on that C.which D.while
27.-----Have you _____ the invitation to the party?
-----Yes, I have.And I"ve ______ it.
A.accepted, received B.received, accepted
C.received, received D.accepted, accepted
28.-----Can I speak to Mr.Wang?
-----Sorry, he" s out.Can I _____ a message?
A.leave B.take C.ask for D.want
29.-----Would you mind lending me your new car?
A.No.1"11 use it B.Of course not C.Yes, please D.Sorry, you wouldn"t
30.I don"t know ____________.
A.what does the word mean B.what the word mean
C.what the word means D.how the word means
31.Mary said that she ___________ London.
A.has never gone to B.has never been ,to
C.had never been to D.had never gone to
32.— It’s a warm day, isn’t it?
— Yes, it’s __________ cold.I just wear a jacket.
A.not a bit B.a bit C.a little D.not a little
33.—How are you today?
—Oh, I __________ as ill as I do now for a long time.
A.didn’t feel B.haven’t felt C.wasn’t feeling D.don’t feel
34.You __________ put your computer in your bedroom.
A.don’t need B.had not better C.had better not D.ought not
35.__________of the land in that district __________ covered with trees and grass.
A.Two fifth; is B.Two fifths; is C.Two fifth; are D.Two fifths; are
When I was fourteen I was hit by a car and I felt almost senseless from the waist down.I spent the next four years 36 a back support.I began running seven days a week to 37 my muscles (肌肉).It was exhausting but I 38 before I graduated from high school.
When I was thirty-one, I was in 39 car accident in which my legs were seriously injured.The 40 told me that their goal was to get me to walk "__41 " but that I would never run again.Stubborn and _42_ , however, I set out to rebuild my leg muscles to support my knees through my own personalized 43 program.The fact was that it took me two years to learn how to walk and nine and a half years to run again.
While on one of my runs, a 44 thought entered my mind: what 45 I could run the LA Marathon? I wanted to know what it felt like to _46 the prized finish line, even if it 47 I had to crawl(爬) across it.I had only four months to get ready.I spent almost all my time training as if my very 48 depended on it——actually, it did.I 49 that if I didn"t train to my fullest, my body would 50 and the doctors" diagnosis (诊断) would win.I wasn"t about to let that happen.I had a dream: I would run the LA Marathon to achieve one of my life"s greatest 51 .I trained eight times a week, seven days a week —twice on Wednesdays.
Finally, my hard efforts 52 .I crossed the finish line of the LA Marathon, strong and solid.
I"m often asked why I run, to which I always 53 ,"I run because I can." I 54 myself that the aches and pains I experience while training and racing are 55 , compared to the suffering those whom I admire must bear.This is why I run.
36.A, dressing B.wearing C.designing D.decorating
37.A.relax B.comfort C.protect D.strengthen
38.A.recovered B.cured C.quitted D.shook
39.A.other B.one C.another D.some
40.A.doctors B.patients C.coaches D.pioneers
41.A.frequently B.normally C.attractively D.carefully
42.A.determined B.excited C.unsatisfied D.disappointed
43.A.working B.sharing C.training D.walking
44.A.suitable B.reasonable C.silly D.crazy
45.A.if B.whether C.unless D.once
50.A.look outB.come outC.break downD.fall down
52.A.worked outB.turned outC.paid backD.paid off
Since my son is getting ready for first grade, I asked a friend where she shops for school supplies.For price and convenience, she had a quick answer: schoolpak.com.Parents can buy items or packaged equipment for all grades.The Generic Elementary School-pak for first through fifth graders, for example, is $23.28.(Teachers can also e-mail their grade’s or school’s whole list for a price on customized kits(销售包).Shipping(运送)is free for 75 or more kits)
Teachers thinks highly of educationalwarehouse.com for its learning tools and games—everything from puzzles and puppets to software and chalks.Classroomdirect.com has great prices on over 10.000 products and a special corner offering even deeper discounts.
Pick your lunch box
The second-most-difficult back-to-school decision, right after what to wear on the first day, is what kind of lunch box to buy.Jonas Brothers or Hannah Montana? Ariel or Elmo? Your kids can examine their (and your) lunch boxes at platesplus4kids.com and lunchboxes.com.
Trade in sports tools
My garage is a tangle(混乱) of bikes and balls, sticks and clubs, so I was excited to find playitagainsports.com --- a company that helps you sell quality, name-brand sporting equipment.You’ll have to visit one of its 320 stores, located in 46 states and the District of Columbia.
3 sites for saving
Think about the savings if your kids (and you) stopped buying lunch out every day and brown-bagged(自带午餐)it.
Support your favorite school by shopping at more than 1,000 participating shops.Up to 30 percent of every purchase is donated.And you’ll find hundreds of deals and coupons(优惠券).
Click on 2009 State Sales Tax Holidays to see if your state has a tax-free shopping day.Check what’s included before going to the store.
56.The passage is mainly aimed at__________.
A.parents B.teachers C.students D.businessmen
57.If you want to sell the bikes your children don’t use, you can go to ____________.
58.What does the writer think of picking a lunch box?
A.It is very easy B.It is rather hard
C.It proves interesting D.It seems special
59.What can be filled in the blank in the first item?
A.Teachers are much wiser B.Puzzles and puppets
C.Shops where teachers shop D.Develop your brains
Tanzania Tarangire is a national Park which lies in Tanzania.The park itself covers an area of around 2,850 square kilometers, making it the sixth largest park of its kind in the country.I recently visited Tarangire to see what it was like….
One of the first sightings upon entering the park which I found was a huge herd(群)of elephants. Our guide told us that Tagrangire was probably the best place in Tanzania to find large herds of elephants, and that their population in the park was around 2,500.We continued to watch the elephants as they stood under trees and scratched themselves against the trees to hit the spot of an itch(痒处).
To the right of the elephant herd, we noticed a big tree! Our guide informed us that this was a Baobab tree and that they could live for hundreds of years.Compared with this tree, the elephant just looked like dwarfs(侏儒)! We were informed that Tarangire was one of the best National Parks in Africa to see so many Baobab trees.
As we continued our drive through the park, we finally reached a watering hole.Our guide warned us that there were lions all around us.It took us all a while to find them, but there they were! Most of them are resting in the shade under brushes, but there was one that was drinking from the watering hole directly in front of us.We then noticed just to our right, there were a couple of fresh zebra corpses(尸体)— it seemed as if the lions which were resting had killed them! We were unlucky not to have seen the actual kill, as our guide had mentioned that the zebra corpses were fresh and the kill had occurred within the last hour.
Our final big sighting was one that none of us were expecting to see, even our guide! We pulled over to where there was a large gathering of cars, with a sleeping leopard(美洲豹)there! We took photos happily and excitedly and observed its surprising body before returning to our hotel as it was getting late.
So, I hope you enjoyed my description of Tarangire, and that I have inspired you to add this amazing park to your very own Tanzania travel route.
60.Which statement is correct about the park?
A.It covers an area of about 2,580 square kilometers
B.It is the largest park of its kind in the country
C.Their population in the park was around 2,000
D.There are a lot of Baobab trees in it.
61.How did the writer travel in Tanzania Tarangire?
A.On foot B.On horseback C.By car D.By bicycle
62.What did they see when they stopped with some other cars?
A.A large herd of elephants B.Some lions
C.Some zebras D.A leopard
63.What does the writer think of his trip in Tanzania Tarangire?
A.Boring B.Challenging C.Dangerous D.Enjoyable
Having spent five years searching for her older brother, Miss Lund was unbelievable to think she had been working in the same building for five months.
Mr.Philips, 33, and Miss Lund last saw each other almost twenty years ago after their father, also called Stephen, 56, lost contact with his son from a previous relationship.Miss Lund, only five at that time, moved to India with her father and mother Rose, while Steven lived with his mother in Wolverhapton.
By the time Miss Lund and her parents returned to Leeds, the family had lost all contact with Mr.Philips.On turning 18, Lund started to track down her long-lost half brother, even asking customers at the shop where she worked.But despite checking on Internet sites such as Friends Reunited and MySpace, it wasn’t until the pair started working together at Loop Customer Management where she went on asking everyone if they knew a Stephen Philips that she tracked him down in March, 2007.
She couldn’t believe it when she was told someone by that name worked there.After she checked on the Internet database, it suggested he wasn’t her brother as his name Steven instead of Stephen.Then a friend came up to her and said Steven’s surely her brother.They checked parents’ names and it turned out they were related.She wanted to scream but they were at work so they just hugged and chatted.
Mr.Philips, a father of four children, said he was delighted, adding: “I never thought we would meet again.I can’t wait to get to know my sister.We have so much to know.”
64.The relationship between the brother and sister is that________.
A.they have the same father B.they have the same mother
C.they have the same parents D.they are just cousins
64.How long had the brother and sister been working in the same building before they got to know each other?
A.5 years B.13 years C.20 years D.5 months
66.How old may Miss Lund be now?
A.5 B.18 C.About 23 D.About 27
67.What made Miss Lund finally believe Mr.Philips was her brother?
A.The names of their parents B.His appearance
C.Her friends advice D.Their talk with each other
Betty Friedan, born in 1921 in Peoria, Illinois, attended Smith College in Northhampton, Massachusetts.She finished her studies in psychology in 1942.After college she attended the University of California at Berkeley to continue her studies.Later, she moved to New York City and worked as a reporter and editor for labor union newspapers.
In 1947, Betty married Carl Friedan.They had a child, the first of three.When Betty, Friedan became pregnant for the second time, she was dismissed from her job at the newspaper After that she worked as an independent reporter for magazines.But her editors often rejected her attempts to write about subjects outside the traditional interests of women.
In 1966, Betty Friedan helped found NOW, the National Organization for Women.She served as its first president.She led campaigns to end unfair treatment of women seeking jobs.She wanted women to take part in social and political change.Betty Friedan led a huge demonstration (游行) in New York City for women"s rights.Demonstrations were also held in other cities.
In 1981, Betty Friedan wrote a book called "The Second Stage" about the condition of the women"s movement.Friedan wrote that the time for huge demonstrations and.other such events had passed.She urged the movement to try to increase its influence on American political life.Some younger members of the movement criticized her as too conservative.
Betty Friedan died on February 4,2006.She was considered the mother of modern women"s liberation movement.Betty Friedan once told a television reporter how she wanted to be remembered: "She helps make women feel better about being women."
68.Betty led a huge demonstration to ______.
A.fight against the government B.fight for women"s rights
C.take part in political life D.get support from the government
69.The book "The Second Stage"_____ .
A.was popular among young women readers
B.thought highly of those huge demonstrations
C.was about the condition of the women"s movement then
D.decreased the movement"s influence on American political life
70.The passage is organized ______.
A.by giving examples B.in time order
C.by using comparisons D.in place order
W: Hi, John.
M: Hi.Lucy. 71
W: Yes.I"m required to tell a story in English before the lesson begins.
M: Oh, I see. 72
W: You"re right.I need to practice on the stage before they all come.
W: Yes, here, in my pocket...Oops, where is it?
M: Don"t worry, 74
W: ...No, not in the bag.either.I"m afraid I left it at home.
W: Aha! It"s just the key to the classroom! Thank you so much.
A.Glad to see you.
B.What"s the story about?
C.What"s that around your neck?
D.Maybe you put it in your schoolbag,
E.Do you have the key to the classroom?
F.You"re going to school rather early today.
G.So you want to get to the classroom earlier to make some preparation?
I went to the Summer Palace last week.At the gate I happened to meet some American tourists.I greeted to them in English and then we began to chat.I got know that they were college students traveling in China.Most of them were fond with Chinese medicine.They are busy taking pictures and were much impressed with the changes that had been taken place in the past few years.After that, we went boating on a lake and having a good time .We exchanged our email address so that we could write to each other in future.They thanked us again and again.I was very glad to have chance to practicing my oral English.
第二节: 书面表达 (满分25分)
As your student, I would like to give you some suggestions on behalf of all my classmates.¬___________________________________________________________________________ Yours,
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36—40 BDACA 41—45 BACDA 46—50 DABBC 51-55 CDBCD
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I went to the Summer Palace last week.At the gate I happened to meet some American tourists.I greeted to them in English and then we began to chat.I got ∧know that they were
college students traveling in China.Most of them were fond with Chinese medicine.They
are busy taking pictures and were much impressed with the changes that had been taken
place in the past few years as well .After that, we went boating on a lake and having a good
time .We exchanged our email address so that we could write to each other in future .They
thanked us again and again.I was very glad to have ∧chance to practicing
me a practice
my oral English.
As your student, I would like to give you some suggestions on behalf of all my classmates.
First, I want to say I love you.And I want to tell you that the smile on your face in English class gives us confidence.Then, we think we will love you more if you make your lessons more lively and more interesting.Also, we think that we are all excellent and hope to be more often praised by you.What’s more, We’d like you to give us some reasonable suggestions instead of orders.Finally, as you are always working very hard, it is quite important for you to learn to have a rest and take care of yourself!
Best wishes to you!
W：How do you get here?
M：I come here by bus.There’s something wrong with my car.
M：Helen isn’t here yet.Did you forget to invite her?
W：She was going to come， but then changed her mind.
M：Do you have a temperature?
W：I don’t know.I haven’t taken it.Can you take my temperature now，sir?
M：May I help you?
W：The collar on this jacket is too small.Can you make it larger?
M：Let me look at it.I can do it for twenty dollars.
W：Will you go to the cinema this Saturday， Bob?
M：I’m afraid I can’t.I’ll have my music lessons then.
W：I didn’t mean in the morning or afternoon.I meant in the evening.
M：Oh， that’s quite a different thing.
M：When shall I go on holiday?
W：When do you want to go? You can go in spring, summer, autumn or winter.
W：Yes.You can go to Switzerland or Austria or...
South America in December or January.
M：No, I’d like to go away in spring, in May, to Italy.
W：How long will you be away?
M：For three weeks.
W：Look! Here’s a good holiday in Italy.From the 10th of May to the lst of June.
M：All right.I’d like to go on that trip.
W：I hope we’ll have a good flight.
M：So do I.I don’t like flying.
W：Are you going on holiday?
M：No， I am traveling on business.I’m a salesman working for a computer company.
W：I am a physicist.I am going to give some lectures.
M：Really? In English?
W：Yes，of course.Scientists all over the world speak English.
M：Would you like to have a drink?
M：Paulanar Restaurant.Head waiter.Good morning.
W：I’d like to book a table for two.
M：And is that for today， madam?
M：At what time， madam?
W：Oh，about three o’clock, I suppose.
M：I’m afraid we only serve lunch till 3 pm， madam.
W：Oh， well， two o’clock then， and it must be by a window.
M：Very good， and what name， please?
W：White Mrs.Linda White.
M：Very good， Mrs.White.A table for two at 2 pm.Today.
M：Hello， Carol.What seems to be the trouble?
W：So kind of you to come to see me.I don’t know what’s wrong.Three days ago， while planting roses in the garden，it rained and I got completely wet，and I’ve had a cough since that night.Now I ache all over.
M：Well，let me take a look at you.Are you still coughing very much?
W：Yes, and my stomach has been upset.In addition，I always feel sick.
M：Hmmm.You’re running a high fever， I’m afraid.
W：Oh， no wonder I’ve got a hot face.
M： Well， Carol， I think you’ve got the flu.These days there has been a lot of flu going around.I want you to stay in bed for at least two days，drink plenty of water，and take the medicine three times a day.I’ll look in on you tomorrow morning.
W：Very good.Thank you so much.
How does television affect our lives? It can be helpful to those who carefully choose the programs that they watch and harmful to those who watch it too much.
In China， many people worry that children and young people are watching too much television.A survey of 300 youngsters in Shanghai last year showed that， on average，they spent half of their free time，that is two and a half hours watching television.And two-thirds of an hour reading stories.Another survey of school-age children in Wuhan found that half of them said they read very little.
During the Barcelona Olympic Games， tens of millions of Chinese viewers stayed up late to watch the opening ceremonies and other programs.And television is quickly taking the place of printed material as the major source of news for most Chinese.A recent survey in Beijing found that 63% of those surveyed got their news from television through CCTV and TV stations.