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I. 单项填空(10%)

1. ---―Would you like to go with us for a picnic tomorrow?‖

---―Yes, __________.‖

A. I would like

B. I’d like to go

C. I’d love

D. I’d like to

2. If you compare food costs today ______ of a year ago, you will find the difference.

A. to that

B. to them

C. with that

D. with those

3. The grass has grown so tall that it needs _________.

A. to cut

B. to be cut it

C. cutting

D. being cut

4. Jerry is such a person that he can’t _______ being laughed at by others, especially by his


A. hesitate

B. suffer

C. stand

D. admit

5. ---―What’s made you so upset?‖

--- ―_________ three tickets to the pop music concert.‖

A. Lost

B. Losing

C. Because of losing

D. Since I lost

6. He advised that I ____to hospital for a medical exam, so I consider____ to

see a doctor.

A. should go; to go

B. go; going

C. went; going

D. to go; go

7.---Have you seen the headmaster today?

---No, he is said _____ Yuhan on business.

A. to go

B. to have gone to

C. to have been to

D. to has gone to

8.It is required that the students _______ mobile phones in their school, so seldom ______ them using one.

A.shouldn’t use; you will see B.not use; will you see

C.don’t use; will you see D.shan’t use; you will see

9.The Tower of London is _______ the Church tower.

A.twice high than B.two times high as

C.twice higher as D.three times the height of

10.________ his learning method, his cousin was sure that he would achieve a good mark in the examination .

A.Being improved B.Improved

C.To be improved D.Having improved

II. 完形填空(20%)

Water and its importance to human life were the centre of the world’s attention last week. March 22 was World Water Day and 11 the theme ―Water for Life‖.

There are more than one billion people in the world who live without 12 drinking water. The United Nations 13 to cut this number in half by 2015.

Solving such a big problem seems like a(n) 14 challenge. But everyone, 15

teenagers, can do something to help. A teenage girl in the US has set an example to the 16 of her age around the world.

Rene Haggerty, 13, was awarded the 2004 Gloria Barron Prize for her work—17 discarded batteries which pollute water.

In 2003, Haggerty went on a field trip to the Great Lakes Science Centre in Ohio. There she saw an exhibit about how 18 in old batteries harm the water of Lake Erie.

Haggerty learnt that 19 the batteries was an easy solution. ―I think everybody can do it, because everyone 20 batteries, and it can make a big difference.‖ With these words, she began to 21 awareness in her area.

She 22 her county government and school board. She got permission to start a recycling programme in schools 23 the public library, hospital, and churches. With help from her family, friends and local waste-management 24 , she gathered containers, arranged transportation, and made a(n) 25 video.

Over the past two years, she collected four tons of batteries and drew the attention of officials, who were in charge of a battery recycling programme but had made 26 progress.

When asked 27 she feels like a hero, Haggerty is quite 28 . ―Not really. Well, maybe for the fish I saved!‖

Every year the Gloria Barron Prize is 29 to young Americans aged 8 to 18 who have shown leadership and courage in 30 the public and the planet. Each year ten winners receive US $ 2,000 each, to help with their education costs or their public service work.

11. A. had B. gave C. wrote D. discussed

12. A. enough B. safe C. much D. polluted

13. A. asks B. orders C. hopes D. ensures

14. A. good B. strong C. important D. unreal

15. A. especially B. sometimes C. even D. seldom

16. A. boys B. others C. students D. grown-ups

17. A. collecting B. selling C. buying D. using

18. A. things B. chemicals C. water D. air

19. A. making B. recycling C. reducing D. handling

20. A. uses B. has C. throws D. needs

21. A. tell B. increase C. spread D. inform

22. A. talked to B. listened to C. heard from D. thought about

23. A. and B. besides C. as well as D. as good as

24. A. officials B. workers C. clerks D. experts

25. A. industrial B. agricultural C. scientific D. educational

26. A. much B. no C. some D. little

27. A. if B. how C. when D. why

28. A. proud B. glad C. modest D. worried

29. A. praises B. helps C. supports D. honors

30. A. awarding B. saving C. serving D. favoring

III. 阅读理解(30%)


Every human being has a unique arrangement of the skin on his fingers and this arrangement is unchangeable. Scientists and experts have proved the uniqueness of

finger-prints and discovered that no exactly similar pattern is passed on from parents to children, though nobody knows why this is the case.

The ridge structure on a person's fingers does not change with growth and is not affected by surface injuries. Burns, cuts and other damage to the outer part of the skin will be replaced in time by new one, which bears a reproduction of the original pattern. It is only when the inner skin is injured that the arrangement will be destroyed. Some criminals make use of this fact to remove their own finger-prints but this is a dangerous and rare step to take.

Finger-prints can be made very easily with printer's ink. They can by recorded easily. With special methods, identification can be achieved successfully within a short time. Because of the simplicity and economy of this system, finger-prints have often been used as a method of solving criminal case. A suspected man may deny a charge but this may be in vain. His finger-prints can prove who he is even if his appearance has been changed by age or accident.

When a suspect leaves finger-prints behind at the scene of a crime, they are difficult to detect with the naked(赤裸的)eye. Special techniques are used to "develop" them. Some of the marks found are incomplete but identification is possible if a print of a quarter of an inch square can be obtained.

31. The arrangement of the finger skin will be destroyed when ________.

A. the surface skin is injured

B. the outer part of the skin burns or cuts

C. the inner skin is injured

D. one’s appearance has been changed by age

32. Scientists and experts have proved that the pattern of a human being's finger skin _____.

A. is similar to his mother's

B. is valuable to himself only

C. is like that of others with the same type of blood

D. is different from that of all others

33. Finger-prints have often been used as a method of solving criminal case because it ____.

A. is complicated but reliable

B. is simple and not expensive

C. is expensive but easy to do

D. can bring a lot of money

34. If your fingers are wounded by knife, fire or other means, the structure of skin will ___.

A. be changed partly

B. be replaced by a different one

C. be the same when the wound is recovered

D. become ugly


One day, Wilson was walking quietly along the road when somebody hit him hard on the back of the neck. He looked back, and saw a young man whom he had never seen before.

―How dare you hit me like that!‖ shouted Wilson.

The young man said he had mistaken Wilson for a friend of his and he thought Wilson was making a lot of noise about nothing.

This insult(侮辱) made Wilson even angrier, and he at once decided to bring the young man before a judge. There was nothing for the young man to do but appear before the court.

The judge who was in charge of the case was a friend of the young man's father. He was thinking how he could do to protect the young man from being punished while at the same time not appear unfair.

Finally he said to Wilson, ―I understand your feelings in this matter very well. Would you be satisfied if I let you hit the young man as he hit you?‖

Wilson said he would not be. The young man had insulted him and should be properly punished.

―Well, then,‖ said the judge to the young man, ―I order you to pay ten liras to Wilson.‖Ten liras was very little for such a crime, but the young man did not have it with him, so the judge allowed him to go and get it.

Wilson waited for him to return with the money. He waited an hour, he waited two hours, while the judge took care of other business.

When it was nearly time for the court to close, Wilson chose a moment when the judge was especially busy, came up quietly behind him and hit him hard on the back of the neck. Then he said to him, ―I am sorry, but I can't wait any longer. When the young man comes back, tell him that I have passed my right to the ten liras on to you.‖

35. Why did the young man hit Wilson from behind?

A. Wilson had hit him before.

B. He had mistaken Wilson for a friend of his.

C. Wilson was a stranger there.

D. Wilson made a lot of noise when he was walking.

36. Why did the judge think carefully about how to protect the young man from being


A. He thought it a small matter.

B. As a judge, he should be fair.

C. He thought the man too young to be punished.

D. The young man was his friend’s son.

37. The judge thought up two ways of punishing the young man. Which of the following is


A. The young man was ordered to hit himself as hard as he had hit Wilson.

B. Wilson was allowed to hit the young man as hard as he had hit him.

C. Wilson was allowed to insult the young man.

D. The young man was ordered to hand a lot of money to Wilson.

38. The judge allowed the young man to go home, hoping_______________.

A. he would return quickly

B. he could escape from there

C. he would return in two hours

D. he would get the money


―Women live longer than men because they oft e n cry,‖ said Wan Chengkui, a senior health expert in China. He gave a lecture to people in Dongguan, Guangdong Province, teaching them how to live a healthy life and prevent cancers by using simple examples in our daily life, Guangzhou daily reported.

In his lecture, Professor Wan said that generally speaking, women’s life expectancy(寿命) is 5 –7 years longer than men. Once they meet something unpleasant, most women would release(发泄) the anger by crying, and it is crying that helps them to live a longer life.

Medical studies show that in our tears, which was stimulated by emotions, contain a lot of poisonous elements. If one cried, the poisonous elements come out of one’s body through tears. He said that crying does no harm to people. However, it should be remembered that every time one cries, it should not last for more than five minutes. According to the professor, most of the factors related with a healthy long life are actually controlled by people themselves. If one often loses one’s temper(脾气), one can easily get diseases such as vascular sclerosis, heart disease or high blood pressure. Those who easily get angry and do not release their anger are most likely to have cancers. He said that most people die of their own living habits. So it is one’s bad habits, instead of some natural disasters, that affect one’s longevity for most of the time.

The professor said that if one wants to live a longer life, one should learn more information of how to live a healthy life. The earlier one learns, the more one will benefit, he said.

39. The best headline for the passage is _________.

A. Cry Helps Women Live a Longer Life

B. Women Live Healthier than Men

C. Women’s Life Expectancy

D. Why Women Cry

40. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?

A. It is when crying that the poisonous elements come out with tears.

B. The more often one gets angry, the more easily one gets ill.

C. In Wan Chengkui’s lecture, he gave people some advice on how to live a

healthy life.

D. If one often loses one’s temper, one will get cancer.

41. The underlined word ―stimulated‖ in paragraph 2 most probably means ____.

A. proved

B. caused

C. produced

D. made

42. The passage implies, but doesn’t directly state ________.

A. the earlier one learns, the more one will benefit.

B. most people die of their own living habits

C. some natural disasters affect one’s longevity for most of the time

D. crying for more than five minutes will do harm to one’s health


I was sure that I was to be executed(处决). I became terribly nervous. I fumbled(乱摸) in my pockets to see if there were any cigarettes, which had escaped their search. I found one and because of my shaking hands, I could barely get it to my lips. But I had no matches; they had taken those. I looked through the bars at my jailer(狱卒). I called out to him ―Have you go t a light?‖ As he came close and lit the match, his eyes inadvertently locked with mine. At that moment, I smiled I don't know why I did that. Perhaps it was nervousness, perhaps it was because, when you get very close, one to another, it is very hard not to smile. He lit my cigarette but stayed near, looking at me directly in the eyes and continuing to smile.

―Do you have kids?‖ he asked. ―Yes, here, here.‖ I took out my wallet and ner vously fumbled for the pictures of my family. He, too, took out the pictures of his family and began to talk about his plans and hopes for them. My eyes were filled with tears. I said that I feared that I’d never see my family again, never have the chance to see my children grow up. Tears came to his eyes, too. Suddenly, without another word, he turned back towards the town.

My life was saved by a smile. Yes, the smile –the unaffected, unplanned, natural connection between people. I really believe that if that part of me could recognize each other, we wouldn’t be enemies. We couldn’t have hate or envy or fear.

43. Why did the author call out to the jailer?

A. Because he was to be executed.

B. Because he was terribly nervous.

C. Because he had no matches to light the cigarette.

D. Because his hand shook badly.

44. After the jailer lit the cigarette, the jailer ________.

A. walked away

B. stayed near and continued to smile

C. escaped the author’s search

D. put the author into the prison

45. The last paragraph mainly tells us that _________.

A. if you smile at a jailer, he will set you free

B. smiling is a natural connection between people

C. there is no hate or envy or fear between people

D. you’ll have no enemies if you smile every day


班级_____________ 姓名________________ 学号____________ 分数______________

IV. 单词拼写(5%)

1.Ice cream is one food that most kids will eat without h_______________.

2.In order to change a_________ towards employing women, the government is bringing in new laws.

3.He estimated 62 million Americans smoke, including 4.1 million a_______________ aged 12 to 17.

4.Many women are faced with the d_______________ of choosing between work and family.

5.In the police station, the man _______________(发誓) that his story was true.

6.The white-flag dolphins depend on the Yangtze River for _______________(生存). 7.Greedy businessmen hide from their r____________ to the environment and only think about money.

8.It includes more _______________(监督) to control how many trees are cut down and how many fish boats can catch.

9.It is _______________(可笑的) of you to make such a mistake.

10. Can you think of the _______________(情形) where this idiom is used?

V. 动词填空(5%)

1.We don’t allow _________ ( smoke ) in our school, you know.

2.The girl lay in bed ________ ( read ) her favourite novel.

3.He spent as much time as he could _________ ( translate ) that book into English.

4.Li Ming pretended _____ ( do ) his homework when his father came back.

5.With production ______ ( go ) up so quickly, the factory needs more raw materials. VI. 任务形阅读(10%)

For centuries people dreamed of going into space. This dream began to seem possible when high-flying rockets were built in the early 1900s.

In 1903 a Russian teacher named Konstantin Tsiolkovsky figured out how to use rockets for space travel. His plan was the first one in rocket science to use correct scientific calculation. About 30 years later, a U.S. scientist named Robert Goddard built the first rockets that could reach high altitudes. During World War II, German scientists built large rockets that could travel very far and carry dangerous explosives. After the war, scientists from Germany went to the United States and the Soviet Union to help those countries build

space rockets.

These two countries were soon racing to get to space first. Each of these countries wanted to prove that it was stronger and more advanced than the other one. Both countries also had powerful bombs. People in the United States were worried when the Soviets were first to launch a space satellite, which was called Sputnik. The Soviets were also first to send a person into space. Yury Gagarin orbited the earth in the V ostok I spaceship in 1961. As a result, the Soviet Union won the competition!

The US government set a goal for its space program to be the first country to put a person on the Moon. The U.S. space program built a series of Apollo spaceship. These vehicles were powered by huge Saturn 5 rockets. In 1969 Apollo II took three men to the moon successfully. Nell Armstrong became the first person to walk on the Moon.

The Soviets may have lost the race to fly people to the Moon, but they built the first space station in 1971. The United States also built a space station. The space stations allowed astronauts to live and work in space. Then the Soviet Union and the United States cooperated to hook two spaceships together in space. This action ended the "space race". Today a much larger space station, built by several countries together, orbits Earth.

Another new way to go to space is by space shuttle. A space shuttle, first made in the United States in 1981, looks like an airplane. Astronauts who fly spaceships have used





3. ______________

4. ___________

5. ___________


7. ___________

8. _______________

9. ___________10._____________ VII. 根据要求完成句子(5%)

1.I thought that Hannah must have told everyone on purpose about my mark after

promising not to. (填入一词,完成下面的总结)

Hannah had _______________ told everyone about the truth, I thought.

2.Tom seemed absent-minded and as a result of his careless playing, we lost the game.


It was Tom’s ____________ that we were beaten.

3.It is obvious that you’re very concerned about the present situation of our environment.


________________, the present situation of our environment has drawn a lot of your attention.

4.Finally, those factories which pollute the environment should have to pay higher taxes.


Eventually, the factories _________________ the environment should be more highly taxed.

5.Two special government projects which are being built to protect the Yangtze River

focus on problems along it such as water conservation. (填入一词,完成下面句子,并保持两个句子意思一致)

Two special government projects are under _______________ to protect the Yangtze River.

VIII. 书面表达(15%)






Nowadays a lot of schools keep their students in school all day long.












____________________________________________ ________ ____________________________________________________________________________________





_____________________________________ _________________


I. 单项填空:

1----5 DDCCB 6-----10 BBBDD

II. 完形填空:

11-----15 ABCDC 16----20 BABBA 21----25 BACAD 26----30 DACDC III. 阅读理解:

31---35 CDBCB 36----40 DBDAD 41---45BDCBB

IV. 单词拼写:











V. 动词填空:smoking



4.to be doing

5.going VI. 任务型阅读

















Nowadays a lot of schools keep their students in school all day long. Students have different opinions about it. Some of the students think they enjoy less freedom and have little chance to get in touch with society. They are not able to fully develop their interests and hobbies. Therefore, they have lost interest in their studies.

Some others think school is the best place to get knowledge so they should put their heart into their lessons. Some students lack the ability to control themselves. Once out of school, they may lose control of themselves and do something that will influence / affect their studies.

Personally I think, it is necessary to keep students at school. But at the same time schools should organize various activities so that students can enjoy their school life.

(I don’t agree to keep students at school all day. Schools should offer students more free time to develop their personal interests.)

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