1.How long does it take the man to drive to work during the rush hour?
A.Thirty minutes. B.Forty-minutes. C.Fifteen minutes.
2.Who will pay for the bill?
A.Lily. B.The woman. C.The man.
3.How much do two hats cost today?
A.$9. B.$5.. C.$10.
4.What does the woman suggest the man do?
A.Rent a room for his brother. B.Find a room for his brother.
C.Live with one of his friends.
5.Which is near the City Library?
A.The square. B.The railway station. C.The McDonald’s.
6.Where does this conversation most probably happen?
A.In the offece B.On the phone.C.At a drug store.
7.When will Mr.King have his yearly check-up?
A.Next Thursday.. B.Next Friday. C.Next Wednesday
8.Where may the conversation take place?
A.In a school. B.In a cinema. C.In a cafe.
9.How does the woman feel about classical music?
A.It’s soft.. B.It’s natural.. C.It’s boring.
10.What was the man’s excuse for being late this time?
A.His clock was broken. B.He forgot to set the alarm clock..C.His car broke down.
11.What did the man know about the company?
A.Its phone number. B.Its location. C.Its full name.
12.Who is the woman?
A.The man’s wife. B.The man’s manager.. C.The man’s friend.
13.What can we know about Chinese New Year?
A.It is also called Lunar New Year.. B.It is not celebrated in East Asia.
C.It is celebrated on the same date every year.
14.What does the girl get in Chinese New Year?
A.Presents B.Seven dishes C.Money
15.What do the girl’s cousins do with their money?
A.Buy clothes and bags. B.Buy many presents C. Book reunion dinner
16.Why does the girl give her money to her mum?
A.Because her mum wants to use it. B.Because she is not good at money matters.
C.Because she wants to use it in her later life.
17.What does the woman mainly talk about?
A.Her weekly shopping list. B.Her busy work. C.The benefits of shopping online.
18.What does the woman think of grocery shopping?
A.It offers various items. B.It is a waste of time. C.It’s good for the environment.
19.What is the first advantage of shopping online according to woman?
A.It is very convenient. B.The goods have better prices
C.The goods will be delivered to the door.
20.What can we learn from the conversation?
A.Shopping online needs no delivery fees. B.Online products involve middlemen.
C.Good items are sold at low prices online.
21. — I am so sorry to have come late for the meeting.
— It is not your fault. With rush-hour traffic and __ heavy rain, it is no wonder you were late.
A.a; a B.the; the C. /; / D./; a
22. Mr Zhang gave textbooks to all the pupils except who had already taken them.
A. the ones B. ones C. some D. the other
23. Every time he had a chance, he would talk about the great difficulty he had in the new country.
A. settled B. settling C. to settle D. settle
24. ----Where Margaret have put the empty bottles?
----She them away. They must be somewhere.
A. can; can’t have thrown B. must; needn’t
C. must; must have thrown D. can; must throw
25. about the student, the teacher called his parents to find out why he was so often absent from class?
A. ConcerningB. To concernC. ConcernedD. Being concernced
26. You should your old furniture, because it will be useful some day..
A.hold back B.hold on to C.hold up D. hold out
27. The music fits it perfectly with the film scenes and has me of some long forgotten music.
A .remained B. remembered C .reminded D. recovered.
28. We were in when we left that we forgot the airline tickets.
A. a rush so anxious B. a such anxious rush
C. so an anxious rush D. such an anxious rush
29. More problems like those at the nuclear power plant are certain to .
A. arise B .raise C .rise D. arouse.
30.—Excuse me, but I want to use your computer to type a report.
---- You have my computer if you don’t take care of it.
A. shan’t B. might not C. needn’t D. shouldn’t
31. The reason why he didn’t tell you the truth was he was not allowed to.
A. because B. which C. why D. that
32. I’ll finish the job I come across great difficulty.
A .so that B.even though C.no matter D. as though
33. — The moon cake is really delicious. Can I have another piece?
A. You can.B. Behave yourself.C. Be my guest!D. Do it yourself.
34. It was in the lab was taken charge of by Mr White they did the experiment.
A. which; whereB. that; whereC. that; whichD. which; that
35. When Fraud was attempting to cheat in the exam, he was caught by the teacher .
A.in a spot B.on the spot C. off the spotD.to the spot
第二节 完形填空(共20小题; 每小题1.5分，满分30分)
Seven loyal readers came to the Teens’ office two weeks ago. They had a wonderful day learning how to make a newspaper. But what 36 made them excited was that they had their say.
“What most 37 me was when I was saying something, I found all eyes were on me,” said Tang Shining, one of the students. Her friend, Li Chunbei 38 , and felt very glad that when she was talking, the editors nodded and 39 took notes.
Students are happy to see the editors listen to their 40 . You may often 41 about being neglected by teachers and parents. 42 before complaining, please make sure that you have already spoken about your 43 .
Traditionally in China, teachers at school and parents were 44 the ones to tell teenagers what they should and shouldn’t do. The young are 45 to doing what they are told, rather than thinking by themselves. But then their ideas would be locked in their brain and not be 46 .
A girl wrote to Teens about her family story. She 47 to be very sad because her father seldom talked and played with her. After years of consideration, she 48 decided to write her father a letter, telling him about her sadness. To her 49 , the father 50 , saying that he didn’t realize his mistake. From then on, he really 51 .
Sometimes, we need to let our 52 be heard, so others can understand our thoughts and feelings.
Don’t be afraid of being 53 for what you have done. You know it is your 54 to speak your mind. Even if your suggestions are denied, at least you have tried your best. You will not be left with any 55 .
36. A. reallyB. directlyC. completelyD. immediately
37. A. disappointedB. impressedC. frightenedD. horrified
38. A. refusedB. disagreedC. agreedD. disliked
39. A. stillB. yetC. alreadyD. even
40. A. opinionsB. speechesC. songsD. articles
41. A. talkB. complainC. writeD. speak
42. A. AndB. SoC. ButD. Instead
43. A. pleasureB. loveC. hatredD. worry
44. A. seldomB. neverC. alwaysD. sometimes
45. A. usedB. reducedC. devotedD. told
46. A. rememberedB. usedC. touchedD. heard
47. A. usedB. pretendedC. seemedD. had
48. A. sadlyB. suddenlyC. angrilyD. finally
49. A. sorrowB. disappointmentC. surpriseD. satisfaction
50. A. apologizedB. smiledC. laughedD. sighed
51. A. exchangedB. changedC. leftD. played
52. A. voicesB. decisionsC. suggestionsD. secrets
53. A. punishedB. blamedC. beatenD. fined
54. A. dutyB. taskC. rightD. pleasure
55. A. regretB. sadnessC. troubleD. difficulty
Brian arrived at the San Francisco airport two hours before the flight to Paris. He was wearing three shirts, a jacket, two pairs of socks, a pair of shorts, and two pairs of jeans. He was carrying one small backpack, which was very full, but he didn’t have any other luggage. Brian needed to meet a man named Tony before he checked in for his flight. He found Tony near the Air France counter. Tony gave him a round-trip ticket and a small package.
“Give this package to Jean-Paul at the airport in Paris. He will have a sign with your name on it. I think you can find him easily, “Tony said.” You don’t have any luggage, right?”
“Only this backpack,” Brian answered. “You said I could bring one carry-on bag.”
“That’s right, one carry-on bag is fine. Have a good trip.”
Is Brian a criminal(罪犯)? Not at all. He is an air courier (航空投递员). And he paid only $110 for the round-trip ticket to Paris. Air couriers get cheap airline tickets because they take important packages and papers to foreign countries. Businesses sometimes need to get packages and papers to people in foreign countries by the next day. Often, the only way they can do this is to use an air-courier company. It is not cheap for a business to send a package with an air courier, but it is quick.
Every year about 80, 000 people worldwide travel as air couriers. The number of tickets for courier travel is growing by about 10 percent a year. However, air-courier travel isn’t for everyone, But if you have very little money, can be flexible(灵活的)about your travel plans, and don’t mind wearing the same clothes for a week, it can be a great way to take a vacation!
56. Why was Brian wearing so many clothes for his travel?
A. Because they were the uniform for air couriers,
B. Because that made him easier to be recognized.
C. Because his backpack had no room for his clothes.
D. because he did not have any luggage with him.
57. An air courier is a person who .
A. manages a business company in foreign countries
B. organizes international flights for tourists
C. travels around the world with cheap tickets
D. delivers papers and packages to foreign countries
58. Businesses choose the air-courier service because .
A. it costs lessB. it is flexibleC. it saves timeD. it grows fast
59. One of the disadvantages of traveling as an air courier is that he .
A. cannot decide when and where to travel B. cannot take any luggage with him
C. has to wear two pairs of jeansD. saves little money from the travel
60. The author of the text mainly .
A. describes the activities of a law-breaker B. suggests an ideal way to travel
C. argues against the air-courier travel D. tells us about a developing business
In the early part of the twentieth century, racism(种族主义) was widespread in the United States. Many African-Americans were not given equal rights in education or employment. Marian Anderson(1897-1993) was an African- American woman who gained fame as a concert singer in this climate of racism. She was born in Philadelphia and sang in church choirs(唱诗班) during her childhood. When she applied for admission to a local music school in 1917, she was turned down because she was black. Unable to attend music school, she began her career as a singer for church gatherings. In 1929, she went to Europe to study voice and spent several years performing there. Her voice was widely praised throughout Europe. Then she returned to the US in 1935 and became a top concert singer after performing at the Town Hall in New York City.
Racism again affected Anderson in 1939. When it was arranged for her to sing at Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., the daughters of the American Revolution opposed it because of her color. She sang instead at the Lincoln Memorial for over 75,000 people. In 1955, Anderson became the first black soloist(独唱者) to sing with the Metropolitan Opera of New York City. The famous conductor Toscanini praised her voice as "heard only once in a hundred years". She was a US delegate(代表) to the United Nations in 1958 and won the UN peace prize in 1977. Anderson eventually triumphed over racism.
61. According to this passage, what did Marian do between 1917 and 1929?
A. She studied at a music school. B. She sang for religious activities.
C. She sang at Town Hall in New York. D. She studied voice in Europe.
62. Toscanini thought that Marian Anderson ______ .
A. had a very rare voice B. sang occasionally in public
C. sang only once in many years D. was seldom heard by people
63. Anderson"s beautiful voice was first recognized ______ .
A. at the Lincoln MemorialB. in Washington D.C.
C. in EuropeD. at the United Nations
64. This passage shows that Anderson finally defeated racism in the US by ______ .
A. protesting to the government B. appealing to the United Nations
C. demonstrating in the streets D. working hard to perfect her art
65. What is the meaning of the word “triumph” in the last sentence?
A. Fail.B. Succeed.C. Try.D. Give in.
Do you like to eat out? Do you like to eat quickly? Do you like inexpensive food? Some people go to fast-food restaurants for these reasons. In the past, people usually went to diners(路边小餐馆) for these reasons. In fact, many people in the States still go to diners today for the same reasons.
A man named Walter Scott had the first “diner” in 1872. It wasn’t really a diner. It was only a food cart. People on the street walked up to the cart to buy food. These carts served late-night workers who wanted a cup of coffee and a late-night meal. The meal was a sandwich or boiled eggs. In 1887, Samuel Jones built the first diner big enough to allow the customers to come and stools, and people sat down while they ate.
Before long, many diners stayed open around the clock. In other words, people were able to eat in a diner at any time. Diners changed in other ways, too. The original menu of sandwiches and coffee became bigger. It included soup, favorite dishes, and a breakfast menu. In addition, diners soon became permanent buildings. They were no longer carts on wheels.
Diners today look similar to the diners of the early 1900s. They are usually building with large windows. Inside, the diners have shining counters with stools, booths, and tables and chairs. People can eat all three meals in a modern diner.
Today, many people eat in fast-food restaurants such as McDonald’s and Burger King. However, the diner remains an American tradition, and thousands of people still enjoy eating there. It was popular a century ago, and it is still popular today.
66. A man named Walter Scott had the first “diner” in 1872. Why is diner in quotation marks(引号)?
A. Because it is spelled differently from “dinner”.
B. Because the first diner was not a real diner.
C. Because diner was a new word.
D. Because it is a special kind of restaurant.
67. What meals did the first diners serve?
A. Only breakfast. B. Only lunch.C. Only night-meals. D. All of the above.
68. According to paragraph 3, diners changed in .
A. two ways B. three waysC. four ways D. five ways
69. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Diners existed before fast-food restaurants.
B. The menu included more food than sandwiched and coffee.
C. Burger King is a fast-food restaurant.
D. Sandwiches became bigger.
70. The main idea of the passage is .
A. the diner is a traditional, popular place to eat in the United States
B. Samuel Jones built the first diner big enough to allow the customers to come inside
C. American diners serve many types of food 24 hours a day to their customers
D. diners are different from fast-food restaurants in many ways
The Diet Zone: A Dangerous Place
Diet Coke, diet Pepsi, diet pills, no-fat diet, vegetable diet… We are surrounded by the word "diet" everywhere we look and listen. We have so easily been attracted by the promise and potential of diet products that we have stopped thinking about what diet products are doing to us. We are paying for products that harm us psychologically and physically(身体上).
Diet products significantly weaken us psychologically. On one level, we are not allowing our brain to admit that our weight problems lie not in actually losing the weight, but in controlling the consumption of fatty, high-calorie, unhealthy foods. Diet products allow us to jump over the thinking stage and go straight for the scale(秤)instead. All we have to do is to swallow or recognize the word "diet" in food labels.
On another level, diet products have greater psychological effects. Every time we have a zero-calorie drink, we are telling ourselves without our awareness that we don"t have to work to get results. Diet products make people believe that gain comes without pain, and that life can be without resistance and struggle.
The danger of diet products lies not only in the psychological effects they have on us, but also in the physical harm that they cause. Diet foods can indirectly harm our bodies because consuming them instead of healthy foods means we are preventing our bodies from having basic nutrients(营养成分). Diet foods and diet pills contain zero calorie only because the diet industry has created chemicals to produce these wonder products. Diet products may not be nutritional, and the chemical that go into diet products are potentially dangerous.
Now that we are aware of the effects that diet products have on us, it is time to seriously think about buying them. Losing weight lies in the power of minds, not in the power of chemicals. Once we realize this, we will be much better able to resist diet products, and therefore prevent the psychological harm that comes from using them.
71. From Paragraph 1, we learn that ________.
A. diet products fail to bring out people"s potential
B. people have difficulty in choosing diet products
C. diet products are misleading people
D. people are fed up with diet products
72. One psychological effect of diet products is that people tend to _____.
A. try out a variety of diet foodsB. hesitate before they enjoy diet foods
C. pay attention to their own eating habitsD. watch their weight rather than their diet
73. In Paragraph 3, "gain comes without pain" probably means ______.
A. losing weight is effortlessB. it costs a lot to lose weight
C. diet products bring no painD. diet products are free from calories
74. Diet products indirectly harm people physically because such products ______.
A. are over-consumedB. lack basic nutrients
C. are short of chemicalsD. provide too much energy
75. Which of the following shows the structure of the passage?
CP: Central Point
Sp: Sub-point (次要点)
76. My mother is very r ;she pray(祈祷) every day .
77. C drove me to follow the strange man with dark glasses into a lonely old house.
78. We will not p smoking in the office.
79. Xiao Wang sat in his empty restaurant feeling very f .
80. During festivals, we can enjoy our life and are proud of our c and forget our work
for a little while.
If you don’t say sorry for your mistake, they don’t . .
Perhaps he could be able to after all and not have to close his restaurant.
He decided to in work.
You should smoking because smoke is not good for your heart.
If we solve the problem in this way ,it may .
81. let you get away with it
82. earn his living.
83.drown his sorrows/sadness
84. cut down on
85.do more harm than good.
As we all know , we are what we eat .Therefore ,it is very important for us to form healthy eating habits.
However ,bad eating habits are still very common among us students .Some of often go to school without breakfast ;some like to have snacks ;some others are particular about food ;and some eat or drink too much .All these bad habits will surely do harm to our health.
To keep fit ,we should have various healthy diets ,which generally include proper amounts of fish ,meat ,vegetables ,fruit as well as main food .Besides ,we`d better have meals regularly .
In my opinion ,we should try to develop healthy eating habits to build up a strong body .Only in this way can we keep fit . That`s all .Thank you .