1. A. never B. prepare C. pretty D. recent
2. A. pleasure B. ready C. really D. weather
3. A. whether B. warmth C. together D. northern
4. A. concern B. cool C. corner D. cracker
5. A. junk B. uncle C. ink D. aunt
6. A. culture B. custom C. autumn D. number
7. A. change B. choose C. chess D. Christmas
8. A. college B. eager C. change D. charge
9. A. couple B. cloudy C. couplet D. double
10. A. enough B. cough C. laugh D. fight
11. —What did you get your birthday, Tony?
—An iPad 3, from my aunt.
A. to B. at C. with D. for
12. It’s said the game “Angry Birds” has been downloaded times.
A. several millions B. several million of
C. million of D. millions of
13. Textbooks for junior students for free in most areas of China.
A. provide B. provided C. are provided D. were provided
14. There is one-eyed old lady in brown being university professor in the doctor’s.
A. an; a B. a; a C. an; an D. a; an
15. One the table there are five .
A. tomatos B. piece of tomatoes C. tomatoes D. pieces of tomato
16. She will sing a song she is asked.
A. if B. unless C. for D. since
17. Anyone with what I said may put up you hands.
A. which agrees B. who agree C. who agrees D. which agree
18. — “Mary wants to see you today”.
— “I would rather she tomorrow than today.”
A. comes B. came C. should come D. will come
19. —Must I finish the work before five o’clock?
—No, you .
A. needn’t B. mustn’t C. can’t D. don’t
20. It took us more than two hours the dinner.
A. prepare B. preparing C. to prepare D. to be prepared
21. —I didn’t see you at the beginning of the party last night.
—I on my biology report at that time.
A. worked B. work C. was working D. am working
22. —Do you know Wang Feng? He can remember 100 groups of numbers in five minutes.
—Yes. man he is!
A. What a smart B. How smart C. What smart D. How a smart
23. When Robinson Crusoe got to the island, the first thing he did was to look for some food.
A. who B. that C. which D. whom
24. —Hello, Jeff is speaking. May I speak to Mr. Gordon?
— . He is on business.
A. Sorry, he isn’t in B. Thank you for calling
C. Not at all D. You’re welcome
25. He came home too late and walked quietly to avoid others.
A. disturb B. to disturb C. disturbing D. being disturbed
26. I found foolish of you to do such a thing.
A. such B. that C. this D. it
27. —I cannot see the picture well from here.
A. Neither can’t I B. Neither I can C. Nor can’t I D. Neither can I
28. There is a blackboard the classroom.
A. in the front of B. in front of C. in front D. in the front
29. You are a Vocational school student, ?
A. Aren’t you B. isn’t he C. weren’t you D. are you
30. they will get married is not decided yet.
A. That B. When C. Which D. What
31. The homework, he went to the playground.
A. Finish B. Being finished C. Finished D. Having finished
32. The cake tastes . You’d better eat it.
A. good B. better C. best D. well
33. —“ do you think of my new car?”
A. Why B. Which C. How D. What
34. Some of the old people prefer wine rather than beer.
A. drink B. drinks C. to drink D. drank
35. The practice you have, the mistakes you’ll make.
A. many; little B. much; few C. more; more D. more; fewer
What’s your idea 36 success? Some people say that beginners have all the luck, 37 others believe that success 38 only with practice.
39 fact, I fell both of these statements (陳述) are not true all the time. Each is true in some ways but not in 40 .
For example, I went to a 41 competition many year ago and won surprisingly. 42 a prize, I got a film ticket to see “Titanic”. I was really lucky because it was the first time I 43 part in any competition. 44 that I might be lucky again, I tried joining in other art competitions. But the result was that I 45 won again. I accepted the fact 46 the other people had a 47 artistic ability than I did. Art was not something I was especially interested 48 and I had never practiced the different art skills. So, the drawings I produced were not of a very high standard.
These experiences taught me a lot. Though I might have been lucky at first, 49 I also need to put in hard work. As we know, practice 50 perfect. So I believe success builds on less luck and chance.
36. A. on B. in C. about D. of
37. A. but B. while C. however D. and
38. A. comes B. gets C. turns D. takes
39. A. As B. On C. At D. In
40. A. other B. another C. others D. the other
41. A. draw B. drawn C. to draw D. drawing
42. A. As B. Like C. Alike D. Of
43. A. take B. took C. have taken D. had taken
44. A. Thinking B. To think C. Thought D. Think
45. A. often B. ever C. seldom D. never
46. A. what B. which C. that D. in which
47. A. greater B. more natural C. lower D. more common
48. A. on B. at C. in D. for
49. A. but B. so C./ D. and
50. A. makes B. takes C. gets D. brings
Our surroundings are being polluted faster than nature and man’s present efforts cannot prevent it. Time is bringing us more people, and more people will bring us more industry, more cars, larger cities, and the growing use of man-made materials.
What can explain and solve this problem? The fact is that pollution is caused by man – by his desire for a modern way of life. We make “increasing industrialization” our chief aim. So we are often ready to offer everything: clean air, pure water, good food, our health and the future of our children. There is a constant flow of people from the countryside into the cities, eager for the benefits of our modern society. But as our technological achievements have grown in the last twenty years, pollution has become a serious problem.
Isn’t it time we stopped to ask ourselves where we are going — and why? It makes one think of the story about the airline pilot who told his passengers over the loudspeaker, “I’ve some good news and some bad news. The good news is that we’re making rapid progress at 530 miles per hour. The bad news is that we’re lost and don’t know where we’re going.” The sad fact is that this becomes a true story when spoken of our modern society.
51. Man cannot prevent the world from being polluted mainly because .
A. the population of the world is reducing fast
B. people use too many man-made materials
C. we have more and more industry
D. we are producing more cars, trucks and buses
52. People crowd into the cities because .
A. they want very much to find well-paid jobs
B. they want to enjoy the achievements of society
C. they have become tired of their homeland
D. they have a strong wish to become industrial workers
53. According to the passage, what does man value most?
A. Industry. B. Health. C. Clean air. D. The future of the children.
54. What is the writer’s purpose of writing the passage?
A. to advise achieving the balance between development and environment.
B. to explain to the world “every coin has two sides”
C. to make us know how serious pollution is.
D. to tell us why pollution is the natural result.
55. What’s the purpose the writer talk about the story of airline pilot?
A. make people funny
B. make people know the importance of environment
C. talk about how funny the pilot is
D. only talk about a story, no purpose
Most people want to be happy, but few know how to find happiness. Money and success alone do not bring lasting happiness. Aristotle, a Greek thinker, said, “Happiness depends upon ourselves.” In other words, we make our own happiness. Here are a few suggestions to help you be happier.
The first secret of happiness is to enjoy the simple things in life. Too often, we spend so much time thinking about the future – for example, getting into college or getting a good job – that we fail to enjoy the present. You should enjoy life’s simple pleasures, such as reading a good book, listening to your favorite music, or spending time with close friends. People who have several close friends often live happier and healthier lives.
Another secret to living a happy life is to be active, and have hobbies where you forget your problems and time. Many people experience this dancing, or playing a sport, such as swimming. You can forget about your problems, and only think about the activity.
Finally, many people find happiness in helping others. Studies show that people feel good when they spend their time helping others. If you want to feel happier, do good things for someone. You can help a friend with his or her studies, go shopping to buy food for an elderly person, or simply help out around the house by washing the dishes.
56. The best title （標題）of the passage is .
A. Money Makes You Happy
B. The Secrets of Happiness
C. Ideas for Helping Other People to Be Happy
D. Good Friends Make You Happy
57. The second paragraph tells us that .
A. the more friends you have, the happier you will be
B. we shouldn’t think about our future
C. happiness is to enjoy the simple things in life.
D. some people fail to live a happy life
58. The passage gives us pieces of advice on happiness.
A. one B. two C. three D. four
59. The writer thinks that .
A. everyone knows how to live a happier life
B. it’s wrong to spend time on work
C. hobbies take up too much time
D. doing good things for someone can make you happier
60. Which of the following is not mentioned in the passage?
A. Reading a good book. B. Traveling to a foreign country.
C. Playing a sport. D. Spending time with close friends.
Sometimes people come into your life and you know at once that they were sure to be there. They serve some sort of purpose, teach you a lesson or help find out who you are or who you want to become. You never know who these people may be: your classmate, neighbor, teacher, long-lost friend or even a real stranger. But you know that every moment they will affect (影響) your life in some serious way. Sometimes things happen to you. At the time they may seem terrible, painful (痛苦的) and unfair. But later you realize that without getting over those difficulties you would have never realized your further ability and strength. Everything happens for a reason and nothing happens by chance or with good or bad luck.
The people you meet affect your life, and the successes and failure (失敗) you experience, create who you are. Even the bad experiences can be learned from. In fact, they are probably the most poignant and important ones. Enjoy every day even every moment and take from it everything that you possibly can, for you may never be able to experience it again. Talk to people you have never talked to before, and really listen. You should set your sights high, hold your head up, tell yourself you are a great one and believe in yourself. You can make your life anything you wish. Create your own life and then go out and live it.
61. The people we meet .
A. all know where to find us
B. serve us on no purpose
C. won’t become our neighbor
D. will change us in some way
62. From the passage, we know that bad things can make us .
A. terribly meet bad luck B. realize our further ability
C. find no serious success D. possibly enjoy every moment
63. The underlined word “poignant” in the passage means “ ”.
A.平淡的 B.明顯的 C.深刻的 D.艱苦的
64. The writer’s advice is that we should .
A. never talk to strange people B. learn as much as we can each day
C. get over difficulties painfully D. not believe in ourselves but others
65. Which is the best title for the passage?
A. Create Your Own Life B. Hold Your Head Up
C. People You Meet in Life D. Things Happen to You
The Winter Olympics is also called the White Olympics. At this time, many colorful stamps are printed to mark the great Games. The first stamps marking the opening came out on January 25,1932 in the United States for the 3rd White Olympics. From then on, printing stamps during the White Olympics became a rule.
During the 4th Winter Olympic Games a group of stamps were printed in Germ any in November 1936. It was the first time that the five rings appeared on the stamps of the White Olympics. In the 1950’s, stamps of this kind became more colorful. When the White Olympics came, the host countries as well as the non-host countries printed stamps to mark those games. China also printed four stamps in February 1980, when the Chinese sportsmen began to take part in the White Olympics. Japan is the only Asian country that has ever held the White Olympics. Altogether, 14,500 million stamps were sold to raise money for this sports meet.
Different kinds of sports were drawn on these small stamps. People can enjoy the beauty of the wonderful movements of some sportsmen.
66. The White Olympics and the Winter Olympics .
A. are the same thing B. are different games
C. are not held in winter D. are held in summer
67. It was made a rule to print stamps to mark the great world Games .
A. after the year 1936 B. after the 3rd White Olympics
C. before the 3rd White Olympics D. before the year 1932
68. The Winter Olympics is help once .
A. every two years B. every three years
C. every four years D. every five years
69. Which of the following is true?
A. Only the host countries can print stamps to mark the Games.
B. Only the non-host countries can print stamps to mark the Games.
C. All countries can print stamps to mark the Games.
D. Japan can’t print stamps to mark the Games.
70. What may appear on the stamps of the White Olympics?
A. basketball B. Table tennis
C. Football D. Skating
Suggestions for travelling 71.
Don’t spit or to drop litter everywhere. Don’t 72.
Talk loudly on you mobile phone. 73.
or buses. Don’t smoke in the public places. 74.
Don’t cut in line. Talk polite to strangers. 75.
Wash your hands before eat and eat quietly. 76.
Try to speak any of the local language even if 77.
you can only say “Hello” and “Thank you ”. 78.
Visit local sights, taste local food and try to understand others people’s 79.
lives in new places. Don’t across the street when the red light is on. 80.
作文題目：My Favorite Festival
一、語音 1—5 DCBAD 6—10 CDBBD
11.D 介詞的用法，for 表示“目的、對象”，根據句子含義“生日禮物”，得到答案D。
12.D hundred, million, thousand, billion, score, dozen 前面加數字，這些量詞不用復數，前面沒有數字，后面加of，這些名詞用復數，hundreds/ thousands/ millions/ billions of，所以答案選D.
13.C 被動語態的用法：be done，現在仍然被提供，所以選C.
14.B one-eyed獨眼的，前面用冠詞a; university 前用a，所以答案選B.
18.B would rather引起的虛擬語氣，用過去時態，所以選B.
20.C 固定句型：It took/takes…to do sth花費…做，所以答案選C.
21.C 由上一句中last night確定用過去時，由at that time確定用進行時，所以答案選C.
22.A 感嘆句的用法：What + a/an + adj +名詞，man是可數名詞，所以答案選A.
25.C avoid doing sth避免做…（非謂語動詞的用法），所以選C.
26.D 固定句型（it作形式賓語）：find/ feel/ think it + n/ adj + to do sth 發現/認為/認為做…對…，所以答案選D.
27.D neither/nor 放在句首，句子用部分倒裝，所以選D.
28.A in front of 在…前面（兩個物體沒有所屬關系），in the front of在…的前面部分，所以選A.“黑板在教室的前面部分”.
33.D 固定句型：what do you think of sth？認為…怎么樣？所以選D.
34.C 固定用法：prefer to do A rather than do B寧愿做A不愿意做B，所以選C.
35.D the more…the more 越…就越，所以答案選D.
39.D 固定短語：in fact事實上，所以答案選D.
43.D it is/ was the first time that 從句用完成時態，當主句是過去時態時，從句用過去完成時，所以答案選D.
48.C 固定短語：be interested in對…感興趣，所以答案選C.
49.C though/ although不能和but連用，所以選C.
51.C 根據文章第一段中“and more people will bring us more industry,”得到答案C.
52.B 根據文章第一段中“There is a constant flow of people from the countryside into the cities, eager for the benefits of our modern society.”得到答案B.
53.A 根據第二段中“…We make ‘increasing industrialization’ our chief aim…”可知選A.
54.A 根據文章最后一段中“Isn’t it time we stopped to ask ourselves where we are going—and why?”得到答案A.
56.B 根據文章第一段中“Here are a few suggestions to help you be happier.”得到答案B。
57.C 根據文章第二段中“The first secret of happiness is to enjoy the simple things in life.”得到答案C。
58.C 根據文章中“The first secret…, Another secret…；Finally,…”推斷出答案C。
59.D 根據文章全文的理解和第四段中“If you want to feel happier, do good things for someone”得到答案D。
60.B 根據文章第二段中“such as reading a good book, listening to your favorite music，or spending time with close friends.”得到答案B。
62.B 由“But later you realize…strength”可知：會讓我們認識到更大的力量。推斷出答案B。
65.A 由全文內容和文章最后一句話“Create your own life and then go out and live it”，推斷出答案A。
66.A 根據文章第一段第一句“The Winter Olympics is also called the White Olympics”，推斷出答案A。
67.B 根據文章第一段最后一句“…. 3rd white Olympics. From then on, printing stamps during the White Olympics became a rule.”，推斷出答案B。
69.C 根據第二段中“Olympics came, the host countries as well as the non-host countries printed stamps to mark those games.”，推斷出答案C。
71. to drop 改為：drop
72. you 改為：your
73. put 改為：take
74. in the public 改為：in public
75. polite 改為：politely
76. before eat 改為：before eating
77. any 改為：some
79. others 改為：other
80. across 改為：cross