1. Where did the woman spend her holiday?
A. At her uncle’s house. B. On her uncle’s farm. C. At a piano school.
2. How many hours does the woman work every week?
A. 40. B. 47. C. 50.
3. What instrument did Mario use to play?
A. The violin. B. The piano. C. The drums.
4. Who has been sick?
A. Mary. B. Alice. C. The man’s sister.
5. Why is the woman going to Boston?
A. To visit her grandparents. B. To see her parents. C. To have a job interview.
6. What does the man do?
A. A police officer. B. A store owner. C. A taxi driver.
7. What did the woman just get?
A. A new car. B. Some medicine. C. A parking ticket.
8. What will the woman do next?
A. Go to the police station. B. Check a driver’s license. C. Drive away immediately.
9. What room does the man need?
A. A single room. B. A double room. C. A three-person room.
10. How much will the man spend on living?
A. $400. B. $800. C. $1200.
11. What is the most probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Customer and waitress. B. Husband and wife. C. Boss and secretary.
12. Where is the conversation taking place?
A. In the woman’s home. B. Under the street light. C. At the police station.
13. What was Mrs. Davis doing at 10 o’clock last night?
A. Crying on the street.
B. Reading a book at home.
C. Lying under the street light.
14. What happened on the street last night?
A. A woman was killed.
B. A woman in white died.
C. A man in white killed someone.
15. Which class are the speakers talking about?
A. Math. B. English. C. History.
16. What did the girl do today?
A. She wrote a story. B. She played a game. C. She attended a wedding.
17. What does the man think of Sam?
A. He’s funny. B. He’s foolish. C. He’s strict.
18. How much time do they have to have breakfast tomorrow?
A. One hour at most. B. About three hours. C. About half an hour.
19. Where would they get on the bus?
A. At the bus station. B. Behind the hotel. C. Behind the restaurant.
20. What must the listeners remember to bring tomorrow?
A. A jacket. B. Food. C. Sunglasses.
There was once a clown named Lemon. He was a lot of fun, but also very
21 . Whenever he did anything, he 22 ended up tearing his jacket, getting a hole in his sock, or ripping (撕破) the knee of his trousers. Everyone said he should take more care, but Lemon found that really 23 . So, one day, he had the happy 24 of buying himself a sewing machine. This machine was so 25 that it sewed everything up within a moment. It seemed that Lemon wouldn’t have to 26 his things anymore.
Soon, the most 27 day in Lemon’s life arrived. It was the day when everyone in town prepared a party for him, in 28 of Lemon’s many years of service in making the citizens 29 . On that day he wouldn’t have to wear his 30 clown suit. That day he would be 31 like anyone else.
32 , the night before, he had a look in his closet, and there wasn’t a single suit in
33 condition. They were all ripped and torn (破烂的), with dozens of sewing marks. Lemon couldn’t 34 go to the party dressed in those. Well, Lemon was sharp and 35 , and he solved this 36 by attending the celebration in his usual clown suit. That surely
37 the audience, but Lemon wasn’t happy with it. He had 38 of being the hero of the show just for one day in the year, and not just the clown.
Very early the next day, Lemon 39 all those damaged old suits, and since then, he has looked after his clothes with great care. He 40 that if one person tries to continually cover up faults, he will have no way to hide them some day.
21. A. kind B. helpful C. relaxed D. careless
22. A. never B. always C. seldom D. sometimes
23. A. easy B. amazing C. unnecessary D. encouraging
24. A. ability B. purpose C. excuse D. idea
25. A. expensive B. fantastic C. large D. common
26. A. put away B. look after C. worry about D. think over
27. A. terrible B. difficult C. important D. surprising
28. A. celebration B. charge C. search D. need
29.A. chat B. laugh C. shout D. sigh
30. A. clean B. smart C. only D. colorful
31. A. dressed B. respected C. praised D. treated
32. A. Still B. Thus C. However D. Indeed
33. A. poor B. good C. usual D. necessary
34. A. possibly B. actually C. frequently D. hurriedly
35. A. kind B. lovely C. clever D. old
36. A. habit B. mistake C. incident D. problem
37. A. amused B. disappointed C. shocked D. puzzled
38. A. learned B. heard C. dreamed D. spoken
39. A. prepared B. threw C. washed D. sold
40. A. hoped B. expected C. doubted D. realized
When Kyle walked into Ernie’s Pet World, he looked very anxious. The shop owner, Ernie, jumped out of his seat to greet Kyle. He was the shop’s first customer of the day.
“Good morning, sir!” Ernie said, “What can I help you with?”
“Well, I….” Kyle started to say.
“Wait, don’t tell me,” Ernie stopped him. “You’re looking for a …a little dog… for your daughter’s birthday, Right?”
“Not really, I just ….”
Ernie didn’t let him finish. “Ah, I’ve got it. You just moved to a new office, and you want some fish for it. I have some very nice fish bowls over here.’’
“In fact, I…” Kyle was starting to look very nervous and strange.
“No fish? Ah, a cat! You look like a cat person. At Ernie’s Pet World, we have the best cats. Take a look at this lovely one with long, white hair. She’s looking at you. She’s thinking, ‘Take me home.’ Would you like some cat food and toys, too?”
“No, thank you,” Kyle said. By this time, he was walking up and down. He had a terrible look on his face. “Really, I’m not interested in cats or fish or little dogs. ”
“What do you want, then?” Ernie asked.
Kyle looked like he was going to cry. “I just want to know if I can use your toilet!” he said at last.
41. Which is true about Ernie’s Pet World?
A. It has many workers. B. Kyle goes there often.
C. It sells school things. D. Ernie is the owner of the shop.
42. What kind of person is Ernie?
A. Very lazy. B. Rather shy.
C. Over warm-hearted. D. Not friendly.
43. Kyle went into the Ernie’s Pet World to ______.
A. buy a little dog B. take fish home
C. meet the shop owner D. look for a washroom
44. What is the best title of the story?
A. Pet or Toilet B. Kyle and Ernie
C. A Pet Lover D. A Busy Pet Shop
ALL NEW REPTILE PETTING ZOO
at the Oak Park Nature Center
Kids! Are you tired of Mom or Dad dragging you to the same old petting zoos, where (if you’re lucky) you might get to touch a little rabbit or goat?
Mom or Dad! Are you tired of hearing your kids complain about how animals in the same old petting zoos are monotonous?
The fact is that most mammals are boringly warm, furry, and come in a limited range of dull colors. Reptiles, on the other hand, are cold-blooded and covered with scale of attractive colors, from bright green to bright red to dark purple-red. Some, like the chameleon, can even CHANGE colors. Did you ever see a rabbit with scales and a purple tongue almost as long as its body? NO! In our zoos, you can see pet skink, snakes, bearded dragons, and other fascinating creatures! Learn what these reptiles eat and how they care for their babies, which ones live in the desert and which live in wetlands, which ones are meat-eaters and which are vegetarians, which ones are deadly poisonous and which are not.
If you’re bored with furry animals like rabbits…
Then the place for YOU is the Reptile Petting Zoo!
Bring the WHOLE family — Grandpa, Grandma, Cousin Irene, even baby Joe! There’s something for EVERYONE!
45. People might like the animals in a reptile petting zoo because they are ______.
A. warm and furry B. unusual and interesting
C. lovely and friendly D. frightening and dangerous
46. This passage is mainly written to ______.
A. show that many different types of reptiles exist
B. tell people when the Reptile Petting Zoo is open
C. encourage people to visit the Reptile Petting Zoo
D. tell people how to care for snakes and other reptiles
47. What you’ve read is most probably a(n) ______.
A. advertisement B. notice C. news report D. book review
Most of the time, people wear hats to protect themselves from harsh weather conditions. Hats are also worn to show politeness and as signs of social position. But nowadays, hats, especially women’s hats, are much more than that. More exactly, hats have changed into fashion and style symbols by many movie stars. What’s more, people now consider many different features (特点) when choosing even a simple hat. Many designers point out that, when choosing the right hat, it’s important to consider the color of your skin as well as your hair, your height, and the shape of your face.
First of all, the color of the hat should match the color of your skin and hair. For instance, black hats should be avoided if you are dark skinned. If a purple hat is placed on top of red hair, one will look as attractive as a summer flower. Second, the height of the hat is also an important point. Tall women should not go for hats with tall crowns, just as short women should choose hats with upturned brims to give the look of height. Third, and most importantly, the shape of the face decides the kind of hat one should pick. A small, gentle hat that fits the head looks good on a small face. However, women with big, round faces should choose a different style.
As the saying goes, “Fine feathers make fine birds.” A good hat can not only help your dress but also support your features, so why not choose the best possible one next time you want to be in public?
48. What does the underlined word “harsh” in Paragraph 1 probably mean?
A. Good. B. Strange. C. Poor. D. Different.
49. According to the article, which of the following women would look most attractive?
A. A big-faced woman who wears a small, nice hat.
B. A short red-haired woman who wears a purple hat.
C. A tall woman who wears a hat with a huge upturned brim.
D. A small dark-skinned woman who wears a black hat with a tall crown.
50. What does the last paragraph suggest?
A. Hats are worn on the head to keep warm.
B. Hats can help you look better in public.
C. Hats are not as important as character.
D. Hats can make you look much taller.
51. What is the best title for the article?
A. How to Choose a Proper Hat B. How to Improve Your Features
C. How to Show Your Social Position D. How to Design a Nice Hat
Special Bridges Help Animals Cross the Road
棗.Reported by Sheila Carrick
Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side.
Most people know this joke. But recently, some people have been much more worried about how the grizzly bear and mountain lion can cross the road.
“Millions of animals die each year on U. S. roads,” the Federal Highway Administration reports. In fact, only about 80 ocelots, an endangered wild cat, exist in the U. S. today. The main reason? Road kill.
“Ecopassages” may help animals cross the road without being hit by cars. They are paths both over and under roads. “These ecopassages can be extremely useful, so that wildlife can avoid road accidents,” said Jodi Hilty of the Wildlife Protection Society.
But do animals actually use the ecopassages? The answer is yes. Paul Beier of Northern Arizona University found foot marks left by mountain lions on an ecopassage that went under a highway. This showed that the lions used the passage.
Builders of ecopassages try to make them look like a natural part of an area by planting trees on and around them. Animals seem to be catching on. Animals as different as salamanders and grizzly bears are using the bridges and underpasses.
The next time you visit a park or drive through an area with a lot of wildlife, look around. You might see an animal overpass!
52. The writer uses the example of “ocelots” to show that ______.
A. wild animals have become more dangerous
B. the driving conditions have improved greatly
C. the measure for protecting wildlife fails to work
D. an increasing number of animals are killed in road accidents
53. From the news story, we know an ecopassage is ______.
A. a pass for animals to cross the road B. an underground path for cars
C. a fence built for the safety of the area D. a bridge for animals to get over a river
54. What does the writer mean by saying “Animals seem to be catching on.”?
A. Animals begin to realize the dangers on the road.
B. Animals begin to learn to use ecopassages.
C. Animals are crossing the road in groups.
D. Animals are increasing in number.
55. The writer asks visitors and drivers to look around when traveling because ______.
A. wild animals may attack cars
B. wild animals may jam the road
C. they may see wild animals in the park
D. they may see wild animals on ecopassages
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Do you know what makes people successful? To find out the answers, an American scholar recently visited some of the most successful people around the world. 56
Be responsible for yourself
Sometimes you may want to blame others for your failure to get ahead. In fact, when you say someone or something outside of yourself is stopping you from making success, you’re giving away your own power. 57
Write a plan
It is very difficult to try to get what you want without a good plan. It is just like trying to drive through strange roads to a city far away. 58 Without this “map”, you may waste your time, money and also your energy; while with the “map” you’ll enjoy the “trip” and get what you want in the shortest possible time.
Be willing to pay the price
59 So you must be ready to work hard — even harder than you have ever done. If you are not willing to pay the price, you won’t get anything valuable.
It seems to us that everyone knows this. But it is easier said than done. When you are doing something, you must tell yourself again and again: Giving up is worse than failure because failure can be the mother of success, but giving up means the death of hope.
A. Never give up.
B. Nothing is easy to get.
C. A good plan is like a map to you.
D. Here are some keys to success that they give.
E. Some people achieve success much later in life.
F. You’re saying, “You have more control over my life than I do.”
G. Someone else’s opinion of you doesn’t have to become your reality.
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Have you ever 61 (stay) up late? If so, you know that not getting enough sleep can make you tired. Not sleeping enough can also make 62 hard to think clearly the next day.
Sleep scientists have long known that getting a good night’s sleep is of great
63 (important). It helps kids to be able 64 (do) their best during the day.
A recent study shows that sleep 65 (help) improve problem-solving skills and
66 (create) thinking. For the study, two groups of students answered 67 math problem. The group that slept for eight hours solved the problem 68 (correct) more often than the group that did not get enough sleep.
While you sleep 69 night, your brain is busy doing its “homework”. It sorts out (整理) the information 70 you get in the day. Getting enough sleep each night can improve your thinking ability. That will surely help you do your best at school. Experts say that, in return, can lead to better grades.
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I’m afraid I can’t agree with you. I know it is not easy to learn English, and English is widely
used in the world today and it will be important tool in your future work. Besides, it is
becoming more and more important at our daily life. If you study hardly, you will succeed. Do
remember where there is a will, there is a way.
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