Listen to the following sentences and choose the best response to each one. Each sentence will be read only once.(请听句子，然后选出一个能够恰当应答你所听到的句子的选项。么个句子只读一遍。)
1. A. Yes, my friend David lives in America. B. Our favourite country is China.
C. My grandparents live with us. D. I like to travel abroad.
2. A. No, I’d like you to go there. B. Sorry, I’m late.
C. Yes, I’d like to try on the jacket. D.I’ll see you tomorrow.
3. A.There is good news for you. B. She’s a lovely girl.
C. Go ahead. Here we are. D. I’m in the office.
4. A.Maybe next time. B. I’m in the office.
C.He loves football. D. Thanks for your help.
5. A.I’m a stranger here. B.I’m not sure really
C. I eat at home. D. I have a new friend.
A)Listen to the following five mini-dialogues. Each dialogue is followed by a question. Choose the best answer or picture for each question. Each dialogue and question will be read twice.(请听下面五组小对话，每组对话后有一个问题，根据你所听到的对话内容，选择能回答所提问题的最佳选项。每组对话和问题均读两遍。)(答案涂在答题纸上。)
6. A.6:30pm B.4:45pm C.6:15pm D.4:50pm
7. A. She went up the tower B. She walked to the hill.
C. She did nothing. D. She rode on the road.
8. A. On foot B. By bicycle C. By car. D. By train.
9. A. Beer B. Coke C.Tea. D. Hot water.
10. A. Neat the post office. B. In the park
B. In Black Prince Road D. Near a two-storey building
B) Listen to the following dialogue and choose the best answer to each question. The dialogue will be read twice.(请听下面一段对话，选择能回答下列问题的最佳选项。对话读两遍)(答案涂在答题纸上)
11.Where did John Clark find the advertisement?
A. On the Internet B.Over the radio. C. In the newspaper. D. In a magazine.
12.Why did Garden Hotel advertise?
A. They needed people washing up in the kitchen.
B. They wanted someone to clean the rooms.
C. There was a hotel on sale.
D. They needed to pay for the travelers.
13.When will John Clark meet the manager?
A. At 3:00 pm. B. At 4:00 pm. C. At 4:15 pm. D. At 4:45 pm.
14. Where is the hotel?
A. At the back of the museum. B. In South Road.
C. Near the Mrs sley’s. D. Opposite the snack bar.
15. What do you learn about John Clark?
A. He is a good student. B. He likes to help others.
C. He works very hard. D. He wants a part-time job.
C)Listen to the following dialogues and match the information in the two columns. The dialogue will be read twice.(请听下面一段对话，将两栏中的信息进行匹配。对话读两遍)(答案堵在答题纸上)
16. Nick’s mother A. Some sweets
17. Nick’s sister B. a radio
18. Nick’s younger brother C. lots of colour films
19. Nick’s dad D. a sports bag.
20. Nick’s aunt E. a painted plate.
21. In fifteen terrible seconds a large city ________in ruins.
A. lie B.lay C. lain D lied
22. He was generous with his time ,___________I was grateful.
A.that B. for that C. for which D. which
23. In 1963 I helped him _____________some government buildings.
A. out of work B. in fact C. fight with D. blow up
24. Almost six hundred candles ____________the room. Its mirrors and pictures shone like gold.
A. lit B. lighted C. light D. A and B
25. The old man saw some Germans ___________the Amber Room and ___________ it.
A. took apart.. removed B. taking apart.. removing
C. took apart.. removing D. taking apart. removed
26. There is no doubt ___________this strange vegetable__________to the potato family.
A. whether. is belonged B. that. is belonging C. that. belongs D.if. belongs
27. Our Greek cities used to compete_________each other just__________the honour of winning.
A. in. for B. with. to C. against. to D. against. for
28. ----How often do you hold your Games?
A. Every fourth years B. Every four years C. Every fourth year D. B and C
29. Over time I ____________quite a lot. I began as a caculating machine in France in 1642.
A. have been changed B. changed C. will change D. have changed
30. It’s in the Summer Olympics ______________you have the running race, ____________swimming and sailing.
A. that., together with B, which, as well as C. that, together D. which, together with
Many people who work in London want to Iive outside it and to go to their offices，factories or schools every day by train，car or bus，even though this _31_ they have to get up earlier in the morning and reach_32_later in the evening.
One benefit(好处)of living outside London is that houses are _33_.Even a small flat(公寓)in London without a garden costs quite a lot _ 34_ 。With the same money，one can get a little house in the country with a garden of _35_ own. Then，in the country one can be _36_ from the noise and hurry of the town._37_ one has to get up earlier and spend more time in trains or buses，one can sleep _38_ at night，and, during weekends and _39_ summer evenings，one can enjoy the _40_ clean air of the country.If one _41_ gardens.one can spend one’s _42_time digging，planting，watering and doing other jobs which are _43_ in the garden.Then.when the flowers and vegetables _44_ ，one has the reward(回报)of a person who has shared the secrets of _ 45_ .
Some people，however，take no interest in country things;for them， _46_ lies in the town，with its cinemas and theatres，beautiful shops and busy streets，dance halls and restaurants.Such people would _47_ that their life was not worth _48_ if they had to live it outside London.A walk in one of the parks or a visit _49_ the sea every summer is all the country they _50_ 。
31.A.shows B.expresses C.means D.needs
32.A.home B.family C.flat D.house
33.A.cleaner B.nicer C。bigger D.cheaper
34. A.money B.to lend C.to borrow D.to hire
35.A.him B。its C.one’s D.their
36.A.1ong B.for C.out D.absent
37.A.If B.Although C.Because D.After
38. A.1ittle B.1ess C.1onger D.better
39.A.on B.for C.at D.by
40.A.cold B.warm C.fresh D.pleasant
41.A.prefers B.1ikes C.wants D.interests
42.A.day B.rest C.spare D.whole
43.A.made B.brought C.carried D.needed
44.A.come on B.come to C.come up D.come over
45.A.work B.society C.science D.nature
46.A.health B.happiness C.wealth D.future
47.A.know B.feel C.understand D.hope
48.A.wasting B.finding C.1iving D.spending
49.A.for B.to C.of D.at
50.A.hope B.wish C.ask D.want
Mr.Jackson lived in the centre of London but he had a hotel near the airport。There a lot of foreigners stayed for night.He didn’t know any other language but English and he found it difficult for him to understand the foreign visitors.Sometimes he had to use the body language to“talk”with them，and tried his best to make himself understood.But he was often misunderstood(误解)and it brought him a 1ot of trouble.
A friend of his who learned a few foreign languages in a university would teach him.He was happy and studied hard.At first he learned some.but soon he found it wasn’t easy to remember the words and expressions.His friend advised him to write down the useful expressions in his notebook so that he could use them when necessary.He did as he was told.He found it helpful for him to do so.
One evening there were plenty of people in the dining room.They were all busy eating something except a Japanese.He was walking around there and waiting for his wife who was dressing herself up upstairs.Mr.Jackson thought to himself， “The man wants to eat something but he doesn’t know any English.Let me help him.’’
As he knew only a little Japanese，he had to bring out his notebook and showed it to the man，pointing to the sentence“I’m hungry”.
The Japanese had a look at it and gave him two pounds and left.
51.Mr.Jackson knew only English because_____________.
A.he was an English student B.he had never been abroad
C.he hadn’t studied any foreign languages D.he couldn’t learn by himself
52.As not all foreigners understood his gestures，sometimes Jakson___________ to communicate with them.
A. succeeded B.failed C.feared D.gave up
53 The Japanese thought___________ ，So he gave him two pounds。
A.Mr.Jackson was a beggar(乞丐) B.Mr.Jackson was a translator
C.Mr.Jackson could help him D.Mr. Jackson could ring his wife up
No one wants to look silly or do the wrong thing at a new job. It is important to make the right impression—not the wrong one—from the very first day.You will face new people.You will be in a new place.It may be difficult to know what to do.Here are seven tips to help you make it through the first days at a new job：
1.First impressions can last forever. Make sure you make a good one.Before your first day，find out if your new job has a dress_code.If so，be sure to follow it.No matter what，always be neat and clean.
2.Get to work on time.Employers value employees who come to work right on time.Give yourself an extra 15 minutes to make sure you arrive on time.
3.Pay attention to introductions.One of the first things that your supervisor may do is to introduce you to coworkers.These coworkers will be important to you.They are the ones who will answer your questions when the boss is not around.
4.Ask plenty of questions.Make sure that your supervisor has told you what is expected of you. If he or she has not told you your job duties，ask for a list.Set daily and weekly goals for yourself.
5.Do not make personal phone calls.You should never make personal phone calls to your friends and family unless it is an emergency.
6.Do not take too long for lunch.What is the lunchhour policy at your new job?You can find out from your supervisor or your company"s personnel department.For example，do people eat at their desks or does everyone take a full hour outside the workplace?
7.Never be the first one to leave.Observe how your coworkers behave around quitting time. It does no good for you to be eager to leave.
54.The passage is for people who________.
A.are going to do new jobs B.have parttime jobs
C.want to get a better job D.want to get a pay rise
55.From the last 2 paragraphs，we can infer the most important rule we should follow is_______.
A.to do as other people do B.to have lunch outside the workplace
C.not to be the first person to leave after work D.to pay attention to introductions
56.The underlined phrase“a dress code”(in Paragraph 2)means“________”.
A.beautiful dress B.neat and clean dress
C.a place where dress can be placed D.rules about what you can wear to work
57.Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A.You should not make personal calls unless very necessary.
B.Coworkers will be important to you when the boss is out.
C.You shouldn"t ask too many questions in case you trouble others.
D.Leave extra 15 minutes earlier to make sure you won"t be late.
A man examined the ears of hundreds of children in Europe and found that about one quarter of the children were a little deaf.
These children did not know it themselves;they thought they could hear as well as anybody.The teachers thought so too，only they were quite sure that those special children were dull(迟钝的)ones in the school.No doubt they were rather surprised when the man who examined them found that generally，the dull ones were also the deaf ones.
The same man next went to a school in England.There he asked the teachers to pick out seventy bright children and seventy dull children for him to examine.He found about twice as many deaf children among the seventy who were dull as among the seventy who were bright.Dullness and deafness often go together.
From there he went to another school，where he found that most of the bright children could hear his watch tick when it was as far from their ears as fifty inches，while most of the dull children could not hear it unless it was as close to them as thirty inches.
All these experiments showed that when children are a little deaf they seem dull.After doctors cure them，they can be as bright as anybody.The chances are that the better we hear，the quicker we shall understand.It is important，therefore，to have good hearing.
58.The children who were a little deaf were quite sure that________.
A.they were dull B.they were as bright as anybody
C.they could hear no worse than anybody D.they were less bright
59.In a school in England，the man examined________.
A.twice as many deaf children as bright ones
B.twice as many dull children as bright ones
C.twice as many bright children as dull ones
D.as many dull children as bright ones
60.To have good hearing is important because________.
A.the worse one hears，the duller he will be
B.the quicker one understands，the better he will hear
C.the better one hears，the slower he"ll understand
D.the better one understands，the slower he"ll hear
61.“Dullness and deafness often go together”means“________.”
A.When a child is deaf，he must be dull
B.When a child is dull，he must be deaf
C.Dullness has something to do with deafness
D.Dullness has nothing to do with deafness
You have heard the expression“horse sense”.As you may imagine，it came from the time when the majority of people traveled in vehicles(车辆)drawn by horses.A horse does have a lot of common sense，and there are many true stories about horses having saved their drivers from danger of death.
Today for the most part，people travel by train，ship，airplane，and car，but very little by the use of horses。Modern vehicles are _propelled_ by engines，and an engine does not have any sense.In case of danger，many horses could be depended on to help.Not so with the engine;the driver must do all the things.
In recent years，the speed of travel has increased greatly。With the increased speed comes greatly increased danger.The driver of a powerful engine needs to be careful.A moment of being careless may cost a life.In order to drive today,a person must be able to see clearly，and he must learn and follow carefully the rules for safety on the road。Greater attention is the price we pay for using a machine instead of a horse.
62.The passage mainly talks about____________.
A.engines B.safe driving C.using horses D。modern machines
63。The underlined word“propel”in the second paragraph means
A.repair B .raise C.push forward D.make
64.It can be inferred from the passage that___________.
A.a driver must know the rules of safety
B.a driver needs to be able only to tell red from green
C.an eye test is an important part of a driver’s examination
D.greater attention is needed for a driver while driving a machine
65.Which of the following is true?
A.A driver of a vehicle drawn by horses doesn’t need to see or hear well.
B.The driver of a car must follow the rules of safety.
C.Horses are animals that know dangers most.
D.It is better for vehicles to be pulled by horse than to be pushed by engine
Different people have different ideas about music. 1._______________
For me，I like rock music because it’s so exciting.But 2._________________
my favorite rock band，the“Foxy Ladies”，are one of 3._________________
the most famous rock band in the world。I also like 4.________________
the pop music.My classmate Li Lan loves dance music， 5.________________
because she enjoys in dancing.My best friend，Jane， 6.________________
likes Jazz music and she thinks Jazz is real cool。 7._________________
My brother also likes rock much，thinking them amazing 8._________________
But my mother thinks rock is boring.“I like some relaxed 9._______________
music，”she says.That’s she likes country music，I think。10。______________
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