1.How will the woman probably go to the museum?
A. By car. B. By bus. C. By bike.
2. Why did the man refuse the job?
A. He dislikes having business trips.
B. The office is far from his home.
C. The company is terrible.
3. What does the man suggest the woman do?
A. Try on the dresses.
B. Buy all the dresses.
C. Buy the dresses next time.
4. What did the man think of the play?
A. Boring. B. Moving. C. Excellent.
5. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Customer service. B. Their business. C. The news.
6. Why can’t the man meet the woman on Sunday?
A. He never works on Sunday.
B. He has another meeting on Sunday.
C. He must meet his parents on Sunday.
7. When will the speakers meet on Saturday?
A. At 2:00 p.m. B. At 2:15 p.m. C. At 3:00 p.m.
8. Where does this conversation probably take place?
A. At a shop. B. At the Customs. C. At a train station.
9. Who is the woman’s watch for?
A. Her friend. B. Her father. C. Her husband.
10. What does the man say about the necklace?
A. It is free of duty.
B. It is very beautiful.
C. It is very expensive.
11. How does the man book the rooms?
A. In his company’s name.
B. In his guest’s name.
C. In his name.
12. How will the man’s guests arrive in Washington D.C.?
A. By bus. B. By train. C. By car.
13. What does the man ask the woman to do for his guests?
A. Give them the best service.
B. Give them his phone number.
C. Arrange one conference room for two days.
14. Whose baby is it?
A. The man’s. B. The woman’s. C. The man’s neighbour’s.
15. What did Margie do for the man last week?
A. She lent him the car.
B. She drove him to school.
C. She baked him some cookies.
16. What do we know about Margie?
A. She is single.
B. She isn’t very helpful.
C. She likes babies very much.
17. What do we know about Nancy?
A. She wants to get married.
B. She doesn’t want a baby at all.
C. She wants to be a single mother.
18. What is the time in New York city?
A. 5:00 a.m. B. 6:00 a.m. C. 7:00 a.m.
19. In which country are people having lunch now?
A. Brazil. B. France. C. Russia.
20. What are the Chinese doing now?
A. Working. B. Relaxing. C. Having supper.
21. What ____ whole world is concerned about is how soon ____ cure can be found for the deadly disease A(H1N1) flu.
A. a; the B. the; the C. / ; a D. the; a
22. I like getting up very early in summer. The morning air is good _______.
A. to be breathed B. to breathe C. breathing D. being breathed
23. You ______ be hungry already--- you had lunch only two hours ago!
A. mustn’t B. wouldn’t C. can’t D. needn’t
24. ----- Shall I pick you up after school this afternoon?
----- __________, if it’s convenient to you.
A. With pleasure B. Come along C. Couldn’t be better D. Go ahead
25. ______ not to miss the flight at 15:20, the manager set out for the airport in a hurry.
A. Reminding B. Reminded C. To remind D. Having reminded
26.Often he ______ sit for hours doing nothing at all when he was in low spirits.
A. should B. could C. would D. might
27. Dozens of Olympic songs are popular with teenagers, _____ you and me is an example.
A. of whom B. for whom C. for which D. of which
28. We are looking forward to _______ a chance to watch the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
A. giving B. be given C. being given D. give
29. The student _____ from the training so much that he was _____ the first prize in the event.
A. benefited; awarded B. awarded; benefited C. gained; earned D. earned; gained
30. You should be ____ a diet; otherwise you will get fatter and fatter.
A. at B. in C. on D. with
31. Last Sunday a few of us arranged to meet in town, but Jenny didn’t _______.
A. give up B. make up C. turn up D. take up
32. __ the Internet is of great help, I don’t think it’s a good idea to spend too much time on it.
A. While B. If C. Because D. As
33. ---- Is there any _____ to the time that I can stay here?
---- Yes, you must leave here before he comes back.
A. number B. length C. limit D. matter
34. It is strange that she _______ today.
A. will be absent B. is absent C. should be absent D. was absent
35. ---- Did you find the missing couple in the mountain yesterday?
---- No, but we _____ to get in touch with them ever since.
A. have tried B. had tried C. had been trying D. have been trying
My father enjoys bike riding. Ever since I was little，I"ve always loved going biking with my dad. 36 ，as I became a teenager，other things began to draw my 37 . It was important to do things with friends 38 . I saw my dad every evening at home. Why did I have to 39 my Sundays to allday bike trips with him, too?If my indifference(冷漠)hurt him， my father kept 40 ， but he would always let me know when he was planning a bike trip 41 I wanted to come.
It was a Sunday morning, and I was in low 42 . Two of my friends had gone to the movies without inviting me. Just then my father 43 my room. “It"s a beautiful day. Want to go for a 44 today， Beck?” “Leave me alone!” I impatiently 45 . Those were the last words I said to him before he left the house that 46 .
Several hours later，the police called us 47 us that Dad had a traffic accident. My father"s injuries were serious. It took several days before he could 48 speak. Beside his bed I held his hand gently， 49 of hurting him.ks5u
“Daddy...I am sorry...”
“It"s okay， sweetheart. I"ll be okay.”
“No,” I said，“I 50 what I said to you that day. You know, that morning?”
“Sweetheart，I don"t 51 anything about that day, not before，during or after the accident：I remember kissing you goodnight the night before，though.” He 52 a weak smile.
I felt regretful for my thoughtless remark for I 53 wanted him to leave me alone. My teacher once told me that 54 have immeasurable power. They can hurt or they can heal(治愈). And we all have the 55 to choose our words. I intend to do that very carefully from now on.
36. A. ThereforeB. InsteadC. HoweverD. Besides
37. A. effortB. sightC. attentionD. energy
38. A. all of a suddenB. once againC. in timeD. on one hand
39. A. startB. devoteC. saveD. waste
40. A. awakeB. busyC. asleepD. silent
41. A. unlessB. so thatC. in caseD. as if
42. A. emotionsB. conditionsC. spiritsD. hopes
43. A. leftB. checkedC. knockedD. entered
44. A. rideB. picnicC. walkD. game
45. A. whispered(低声说)B. warnedC. shoutedD. announced
46. A. morningB. afternoonC. eveningD. moment
47. A. convincing(使相信)B. informingC. remindingD. phoning
48. A generallyB. finallyC. strictlyD. broadly
49.A.tiredB. awareC. afraidD. sorry
50. A. discussB. thinkC. meanD. care
51. A. hateB. rememberC. forgetD. like
52. A. exchangedB. expressedC. gotD. managed
53. A. oftenB. neverC. onceD. even
54. A. apologiesB. promisesC. wordsD. smiles
55. A. honorB. powerC. experienceD. desire
One of the qualities that most people admire in others is the willingness to admit one"s
mistakes. It is extremely hard sometimes to say a simple thing like “I was wrong about that，”and it is even harder to say，“I was wrong, and you were right about that.”
I had an experience recently with someone admitting to me that he had made a mistake fifteen years ago. He told me he had been the manager of a certain grocery store in the neighborhood where I grew up，and he asked me if I remembered the egg cartons (箱子).Then he related(提到) an incident and I began to remember clearly the incident he was describing.
I was about eight years old at the time，and I had gone into the store with my mother to do the weekly grocery shopping. On that day，I must have found my way to the dairy (乳品的) food department where the incident took place.
There must have been a special sale on eggs that day because there was an impressive display of eggs in dozen and halfdozen cartons. The cartons were stacked(堆放) three or four feet high. I must have stopped in front of a display to admire the stacks. Just then a woman came by pushing her grocery cart and knocked off the stacks of cartons. For some reason，I decided it was up to me to put the display back together，so I went to work.
The manager heard the noise and came rushing over to see what had happened. When he appeared，I was on my knees examining some of the cartons to see if any of the eggs were broken，but to him it looked as though I was the criminal(罪犯).He severely scolded(责骂) me and wanted me to pay for any broken eggs. I protested(抗议)my innocence and tried to explain，but it did no good. Even though I quickly forgot all about the incident，obviously the manager did not.
56.The author was when he wrote this article.
A. about 8 B. about 18 C. about 23 D. about 15
57.Who should have been blamed for knocking off the stacks of cartons?
A. The author. B. The manager.
C. The woman. D. The author"s mother.
58.When the manager scolded him，the author .
A. was frightened and cried
B. felt the manager was right
C. did not say anything
D. tried to explain
59.It can be inferred that the author .
A. regrets arguing with the manager for what he didn"t do
B. has forgiven the manager for what he did to him fifteen years ago
C. would like to tell people never to be fooled by an egg sale
D. expects the woman to say sorry to him for the mistake she made
When a close friend dies, it often forces you to consider your own death. The more you have in common with the friend, the more his death will make you wonder about your own. Sometimes you will naturally say to yourself, “It could just as easily have been me.” Such a death has a way of reminding us how fragile(脆弱的)life is, and it may cause you to reassess(重新评价) the direction of your own life.
Jack’s story is a good example. A successful businessman making a lot of money, Jack didn’t spend as much time with his family as he wanted. His job required him to work long hours. But three years ago one of his best friends, a man who worked in the same office, had a heart attack. He died while celebrating his daughter’s eighteenth birthday in a restaurant. He was only fifty years old.
Not long after his friend’s death, Jack started to have a chest pain. Finally he had a good physical check-up. He received a clean bill of health. But the chest pain continued. He kept thinking of the death of his friend. Jack thought about how much his friend missed in life and he saw how hard it was for his friend’s family to manage after he passed away.
Jack realized that he didn’t want to end up his life that way. He talked his feelings over with his wife and children, and decided to change his way of life. The family moved to a small town where he started a simple life. Now he is running a small art gallery(画廊). He is relaxed, and says he has never been so happy in his life. And he has got no more chest pain.
60. Your close friend’s death is _____ to you.
A. a warning B. common
C. a direction of life D. an example
61. The underlined sentence in the third paragraph means “_____”.
A. The doctor didn’t write a word on his bill
B. The doctor didn’t find anything wrong with him
C. The doctor didn’t want Jack to pay for the bill
D. The doctor didn’t want to treat his pain
62. His friend’s death made Jack _____.
A. lose much interest in life
B. realize that he missed the friend very much
C. doubt his way of life
D. ill for some time
63. While living in the small town Jack _____.
A. earns less money B. gets more time
C. has a happier life D. does all these mentioned above
Sometimes people give us nicknames(外号) in order to be mean or make fun of us，which can really hurt.
Four Eyes. Metal Mouth. Dumbo. Slow Poke. Crater Face. We"ve all heard kids calling nasty nicknames like these. Maybe you"ve even used similar nicknames on other kids，or been stuck with one yourself.
A playground bruise or cut usually disappears after a couple of days，but the pain and the anger coming from being called a cruel nickname can last a lot longer than that. If you"ve ever picked on another kid by making up or using a tease nickname，or if you"ve ever been on the receiving end of one，you know that names like Fatso，Smelly and Short Stuff can be very hurtful. Plus，they have a habit of sticking to us like glue(胶水)!
People use negative(消极的) nicknames as a way of keeping someone out of a group，of gaining power over someone，or of making themselves feel more important. You may know a kid in your class who always comes up with nicknames for the other kids. This student likes to feel cool by acting like the “official nicknamer ”. This can give a student a feeling of power，but that power comes at the cost of making other kids feel bad. Kids who give others hurtful nicknames are often trying to cover up the fact that they really feel bad about themselves.
Like other kinds of insults (污辱)，a cruel nickname can be used to make a kid feel being left out or angry. Sometimes they"re even nastier than most ways of being mean，because they can be so hard to shake off.
64.What is the best title for the passage?
A. Powerful nicknames
B. Hurtful nicknames
C. How to make fun of others?
D. How to give others a nickname?
65.According to the passage，the underlined word “bruise” in the third paragraph means“ ”.
A. joke B. nickname C. wound D. game
66.A kid often gives other kids nicknames in order to .
A. show off his power
B. present his new ideas
C. win reputation
D. make himself hurt by others
We all know that if we want to keep our body in good shape we have to do physical exercise regularly as well as be careful with what we eat. What we tend to forget is that this goes for our eyes as well. Medical science confirms that a diet rich in carotenoids (类胡萝卜素) can help maintain good vision(维持好视力) and prevent against a number of eye diseases. Here"s some advice about how to choose the right diet to keep your eyes healthy.
—Eat orange food. Fruits and vegetables with orange flesh are rich in carotenoids. In addition to carrots，oranges，pumpkins and sweet potatoes are also available. All of these contain high levels of carotenoids，which help to maintain good vision.
—Include dark green vegetables，such as spinach (菠菜) and broccoli (西兰花) in your diet， to act as natural sunglasses. Recent scientific studies have shown that these vegetables can help block(阻挡) the damaging UV radiation(紫外线辐射)from the sun"s rays.
—Prevent some eye diseases with orange juice，yellow corn，whole milk，nuts and leafy vegetables. These foods are good sources of vitamins A，C，D and E. All of these are necessary to good eye health.
—Increase your intake of omega3 with some sea fish， and some other seafood.Omega3 helps build cell walls and is especially beneficial to keeping eyes healthy .It also helps regulate the eye"s internal pressure and helps the eye dry up excess fluid.
67.We can learn from the first paragraph that healthy food .
A. keeps eyes healthy
B. means you don"t need exercise
C. can help cure eye diseases efficiently(有效地)
D. means people don"t have to wear glasses
68.Why should people eat orange food according to the text?
A. It is beneficial to building cell walls in eyes.
B. It is more delicious than other food.
C. It is good for eyesight.
D. It is rich in various vitamins.
69.Which of the following can help block the damaging UV radiation from the sun"s rays?
A. Pumpkins. B. Juice. C. Nuts. D. Broccoli.
70.The purpose of the text is to tell people how to .
A. keep their body in good shape
B. choose a healthy diet for their eyes
C. prevent serious eye diseases
D. get natural sunglasses from food
71. It is my _________(相信) that good manners are very important to everybody.
72. Everybody __________(钦佩) him for his fine sense of humor.
73. It’s important to know your own ___________(优点)and weaknesses.
74. We should keep a ___________(平衡) diet if we want to be in good shape.
75. Nobody can enter the lab without the teacher’s ___________(允许).
76. The country ________ its _________(屏息) to see who would win the election in the early morning.
77. If you want to _______ _________(减肥) ,you should do exercise every day.
78. You should have ___________ _________ (道歉)your roommate, John. What you said yesterday hurt him deeply.
79. Your article is too long. You must ________ it _______(删减) to about 2,000 words.
80. They stood there, _________ _______ (怒视) each other without a word.
There are various festivals which celebrate important times of year.
Of these festivals, some are held to honor the dead or to satisfy the______(祖先). For example, in Mexico, when people celebrate the Day of the Dead, they eat 81.__________
cakes ______ “bones” on them and offer food, flowers and gifts to the dead. In82.__________
the USA, Columbus Day is in m_______ of the arrival of Christopher Columbus . 83.__________
Harvest and Thanksgiving festivals are held because their food is g_______ for the winter and the agricultural work is over.84.__________
The most energetic and important festivals are the ones_______ look forward to 85.__________
the end of winter and to the coming of spring. At the Spring Festival in China, people d_______ up, eat , drink ,give children lucky money and have great fun.86.__________
Easter is a ________(宗教)festival for Christians around the world. On Japan’s 87.__________
Cherry Blossom Festival, the country , c________ with cherry flowers , looks88.__________
as t_______ it is under pink snow. Festivals make people get together , let us enjoy89.__________
life，be proud of our _______(习俗) and forget our work for a little while.90.__________
I hear Chinese people also celebrate Christmas these years and I wonder how you celebrate it. Besides，which is more important to you now，Christmas or the Spring Festival?
参考词汇：促销 sales promotion非常重视,最重要的节日
参考词汇：to set off firecrackers, legal holiday
Some of us do seem to be celebrating Christmas these years.But __________________
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1-5 BAACC 6-10 ABBAA 11-15 CBCCA 16-20 ACCBB
21-25 DBCCB 26-30 CDCAC 31-35 CACCD
36~40 CCABD 41~45 CCDAC 46~50 ABBCC 51~55 BDBCB
56-59 CCDB 60-63 ABCD 64-66 BCA 67-70 ACDB
71. belief 72. admires 73. strengths 74. balanced 75. permission
76. held; breath 77. lose weight 78. apologized to 79. cut down 80. glaring at
81. ancestors 82. with 83. memory 84. gathered 85. that
86. dress 87. religious 88. covered 89. though 90. customs
Some of us do seem to be celebrating Christmas these years. But for most of them，the celebration is no more than dining together or sending cards to each other. Christmas trees are sometimes put up in or outside big shops and restaurants .But they are used as means of sales promotion rather than celebration. In fact，a lot of Chinese know little about Christmas.
Though some people here celebrate Christmas，it does not mean traditional Chinese festivals are giving way to Western ones. For the Chinese people，the most important festival has always been，and will forever be the Spring Festival，during which we go on a weeklong legal holiday for family reunion. I myself grow up with a deep love for the Spring Festival，enjoying setting off firecrackers，visiting relatives and friends and going to all kinds of celebrating activities during the festive period.
W: Excuse me. Does this bus go to the Natural Museum?
M: I am afraid not. You’d better take No.8, and get off at the third stop.
W: If I were you, I would have accepted the job.
M: I turned down the offer because it would mean lots of business trips away from my family. It’s too terrible.
W: I like these dresses. What do you think of them?
M: Why not try them on one by one. You don’t have enough money for all those five dresses together, do you?
W: Did you go to the theatre last night? ks5u
M: Yes, I did.
W: What did you think of the play?
M: Wow, it was excellent. I really enjoyed it. The acting was great.
W: Did you watch the news this morning?
M: Yes, I did.
W: Did you see the report on customer service in the business news?
M: Yes, I did. I didn’t like it much, though. It’s not that meaningful.
W: Hi, this is Lucy!
M: Hello, Lucy. It’s Jack here.
W: Hey, Jack. How are you?
M: Fine, thanks. Lucy, it’s about the meeting on Sunday. I’m sorry but I can’t meet you then. I never work on Sunday. How about Saturday? Can we meet on Saturday afternoon?
W: Saturday afternoon is OK. How about two o’clock?
M: Can you make it two fifteen?
W: Two fifteen is great. At the office?
M: Sure. See you there.
W: Great. See you.
M: Your passport, please, Miss.
W: One second please. Here it is.
M: Do you have anything to declare?
W: Let me see. I have a watch. It’s a gift for my friend. And I have a bottle of perfume.
M: Anything more?
W: Well, I have a necklace. But I don’t think there is any need to pay duty on it.
M: May I see the necklace ? There’s a duty on some types of jewellery.
W: I see. Here you are.
M: You are right. There’s no duty on it. Thank you for your cooperation. I’m sorry that I had to trouble you.
W: It doesn’t matter.
W: Good afternoon! Holiday Inn in Washington D.C. How can I help you?
M: Hello! I’d like to make some reservations. I need two rooms for my guests in my name.
W: OK. May I have your name please?
M: Of course. My name is Jason from KAD Computer Systems. My guests’ names are Shelly and Laura.
W: Shelly and Laura … Right, no problem. When will they be arriving?
M: Their train will arrive at about 3 o’clock next Sunday afternoon, and they will stay for two weeks.
W: OK. Anything else I can do for you?
M: I wonder if you can arrange one conference room for them for two days.
W: Sure ,on which day do they need it?
M: Um… I’m not sure about that for now, but I can ask them right now and call you back.
W: OK. I see.
W: Wow, what a cute baby! He is so little!
M: It’s our neighbour’s baby, Joey.
W: Hey, Jeff, I didn’t know you liked babies.
M: Well, Joey is special. I take care of him from time to time when Margie’s busy. And then she does favours for me in return. Like last week she lent me her car, and sometimes she bakes cookies for me.
W: What does her husband do?
M: She’s not married. I don’t think she ever was, actually.
W: Never? Is that very common in the United States? ks5u
M: Maybe I’m old-fashioned, I think it would be so difficult to bring up a baby by herself.
M: Yeah. But she said she would not do it by herself. She has “Uncle Jeff” here to help with babysitting.
M: Before we finish today’s programme. Let’s take our normal trip around the world. Today, we start in the USA, with New York city. It’s early there, just 7:00 a.m. The sun’s coming up and the people are getting ready for the day. And what about down in South America, in Brazil? It’s nine o’clock now and everyone’s starting work. Now, let’s go north to France. It’s one o’clock and. and they’re having lunch OK, now, let’s see what’s happening further east, in Russia. It’s already three in the afternoon and it’s getting cold. And I guess it’s the end of the working day in China. It’s eight o’clock in the evening and everyone’s relaxing at the end of the day. And finally, to Japan, it’s 9 p.m., and they’re still working. OK, wherever you are in the world--- good morning, good afternoon, good evening and from me , goodbye!