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一、语音知识(共5小题,每题1.5分,共7.5分)

  在下列每组单词中,有一个单词的划线部分与其他单词的划线部分的读音不同。找出这个词,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边的括号里。

  ( ) 1. A. therefore B. through C. theater D. thirsty

  ( ) 2. A. ground B. blouse C. cousin D. thousand

  ( ) 3. A. gather B. gentle C. goat D. gold

  ( ) 4. A. comb B. globe C. smoke D. clock

  ( ) 5. A. treat B. head C. leaf D. cheap

  二 词汇与语法知识(共15小题;每题1.5分,共22.5分。)

  从每小题的四个选择项中,选出最佳的一项,并把它前面的大写字母填入左边的括号里。

  ( ) 6. – Thank you for coming to meet me.

  --___________.

  A. I’m fine B. My duty C. Nice to meet you D. My pleasure

  ( ) 7. It was really kind ______you to help me with my homework.

  A. about B. for C. of D. to

  ( ) 8. – Is James coming with us?

  -- No, he can’t—he _____ for his exams.

  A. has studied B. studies C. studied D. is studying

  ( ) 9. I was caught in a heavy rain. I ____ have brought an umbrella.

  A. could B. should C. must D. could

  ( ) 10. It is hard to imagine how people will _______ the winter without electricity.

  A. get away B. get in C. get out D. get through

  ( ) 11. – Is there any bathroom on this floor?

  --No, please go _______, on your right.

  A. upstairs B. ahead C. straight D. away

  ( ) 12. ______ we did was call Susan to tell her we wouldn’t be back till Tuesday afternoon.

  A. How B. That C. What D. Which

  ( ) 13. Keep practicing, and your English will ________.

  A. improve B. be improving C. have improved D. have been improving

  ( ) 14. You can choose _____ apples, oranges or bananas.

  A. all B. both C. either D. neither

  ( ) 15. Michael used to look nervous when _____.

  A. scold B. to be scolded C. scolding D. scolded

  ( ) 16. I’m afraid I cannot_____ two hours for the film tonight.

  A. afford B. cost C. save D take

  ( ) 17. George cooked me a meal, _____ was a first for him.

  A. what B. when C. who D. which

  ( ) 18. The number of girls receiving college education__________ in the country during the past 10 years.

  A. is doubled B. has doubled C. was doubled D. had doubled

  ( ) 19. Don’t forget _____ your mum tomorrow.

  A. calling B. to call C. to have called D. having called

  ( ) 20. The thief had disappeared ______ the boy could stop him.

  A. as B. once C. before D. until

  三 完形填空(共15小题;每题2分,共30分)

  通读下面的短文,掌握其大意。然后,从每小题的四个选择项中选出可填入相应空白处的最佳选项。

  “Dad, can you tell me how to get rich?”

  My dad put down the evening paper, “_21__ do you wan to get rich, my son?”

  “Because today Jimmy’s mom _22__ up in their new car, and they were going to their beach house for the weekend. He _23__ three of his friends_24__. Mike and I weren’t invited. They told us we weren’t invited because we were ‘__25__ kids (孩子)’.”

  “They _26__?” my father asked unbelievably.

  “Yeah.” I replied in a _27__ voice.

  My dad silently _28__ his head, and went back to reading the paper. I stood waiting for _29__.

  I _30__ the same public school where the rich people sent their kids. That was because my _31__ lived on one side of the street. Had I lived on the other side of the street, I would have gone to a _32__ school, with kids from families more like mine.

  My dad finally put down the paper. I could _33__ he was thinking.

  “Well, son,” he began slowly. “If you want to be rich, you have to _34__ use your head, son,” he said, smiling. He really _35__ that.

  ( ) 21. A. How B. What C. When D. Why

  ( ) 22. A. drove B. rode C. stepped D. walked

  ( ) 23. A. carried B. called C. found D. took

  ( ) 24. A. but B. for C. so D. then

  ( ) 25. A. bad B. poor C. weak D. young

  ( ) 26. A. did B. didn’t C. were D. weren’t

  ( ) 27. A. broken B. gentle C. hurt D. pleasing

  ( ) 28. A. struck B. shook C. held D. raised

  ( ) 29. A. an answer B. blame C. praise D. a question

  ( ) 30. A. left B. liked C. began D. attended

  ( ) 31. A. room B. house C. family D. home

  ( ) 32. A. close B. different C. modern D. similar

  ( ) 33. A. realize B. recognize C. tell D. understand

  ( ) 34. A. attempt B. continue C. learn D. manage

  ( ) 35. A. said B. meant C. felt D. considered

  四 阅读理解 (共15小题;每题2分,共30分)

  阅读下列短文,然后根据短文的内容从每小题的四个选项中选出最佳的一项。

  A

  Up to now, you have probably spent most of your time o English grammar and new words. You already know quite a lot about what the rules of English grammar are, and how to form sentences in English. This knowledge is necessary for you to continue your study, but it is not enough for you to speak English well. In order to develop conversational listening and speaking skills, you need practice in these skills, and this is what this textbook aims to give you.

  Each unit in this book does not aim at grammar. Instead, the main goal of each unit is to provide conversational tasks or functions (功能) such as introducing yourself, talking about likes and dislikes, and inviting someone to go somewhere. In order to take part in English conversation, it is necessary to learn how these and other basic functions are used in English.

  At the end of each unit, you and your classmates will work together to solve (解决) a problem based on the functions you have just learned.

  This book gives you chances to listen to native speakers. It also gives you guided practice in developing conversational skills.

  36. What does this book aim to provide for the user?

  A. Knowledge about grammar rules

  B. Ways to remember new English words

  C. Exercises for skills to form sentences in English

  D. Practice in conversational listening and speaking skills

  37. At the end of each unit learners are required _______.

  A. to perform a task B. to make a travel plan

  C. to introduce a classmate D. to learn another function

  38. This book is probably written for English learners_______.

  A. who have never listened to native speakers

  B. who have no idea how to solve language problems

  C. who know some grammar but are weak at speaking

  D. who know some functions but need to practice them

  B

  I always feel sorry for world learners busy dealing with fights between nations. When my three children were young, most days it was hard keeping my house from becoming a battlefield.

  It got worse as they grew older. Three years ago, Zack, then 16, couldn’t make it through a day without making his sisters, Alex 11 and Taryn 9, angry.

  My husband and I tried to be understanding the boy at such an age. We reasoned, punished, and left heartfelt notes on his bed about how he was hurting our family. His answer was “I say it because it’s true.”

  I even tried telling the girls to fight back bad idea. Now I had three children at war. When there was no way out, I told everything to my sister in an e-mail. She replied, “Don’t e-mail me. E-mail him.”

  Our son was online (上网) every day, mailing and talking with his friends. Maybe he would actually hear me this way. I didn’t say anything different, but e-mail just took the tension(紧张气氛) away. There’d be no shouting or door banging. Zack wouldn’t feel under attack.

  Zack didn’t reply for days. When he finally did, his entire message was four small words. I smiled when I read them: “You’re right. I’m sorry.”

  The children still fought, of course, but Zack changed. Best of all, I now have a better way to talk with not one but three of them. I like that they don’t tune me out as much. They like not having to listen to me shouting to them. Or as Alex says, “You’re so much nicer online.”

  All I know is that the house is quiet, but we’re talking.

  39. What was the trouble before the online talk in the family?

  A. The writer failed to understand her daughters.

  B. The children couldn’t get along peacefully.

  C. The family found it difficult to keep the house clean.

  D. The parents were not willing to talk with their children.

  40. Which of the following did the writer try to deal with her son?

  A. Talking with him about his pain.

  B. Telling him about the truth of the family.

  C. Telling her daughters to keep away from him.

  D. Encouraging her daughters to fight against him.

  41. The writer e-mailed her sister_______.

  A. to tell her the family problem

  B. hoping she’d e-mailed the boy

  C. asking about child-raising

  D. to reduce the tension

  42. Tune me out in the passage probably means “_______”

  A. quarrel with me B. get angry with me

  C. pay no attention to me D. keep me out of their room

  C

  Hundreds of thousands of young children are being given mobiles(移动电话) by their parents against official health advice. One in nine five-to-nine-year olds has a mobile. This will rise to one in five in a year or two, making this the fastest growing group of mobile users.

  A report on mobile safety says that while it is not sure whether they hurt users, children should not be allowed to use mobiles as much as grown-ups. This is because their brains are still developing and their bones are thinner, making it easier for mobile phone radio waves to pass through them. Mobile phone companies say they do not aim at under-16s, although some of their mobiles are designed to interest younger children.

  Many of the mobiles are paid for as a safety measure so that the child can always call a parent when necessary. However, when children see that their friends have a mobile, it can become popular among them.

  Professor Colin at Oxford University, who studies mobile phone radio waves, told BBC News “It’s new technology(技术) and the science is still developing. We have to be very careful about children—if there are any effects they would hurt young children more than grown-ups.” He suggested that children should be encouraged to use text messages rather than spoken conversations, this would reduce the amount of radio waves greatly.

  43. Which age group of mobile users is increasing fastest?

  A. From 1 to 5 B. From 5 to 9

  C. From 9 to 16 D. Above 16

  44. What do mobile phone companies say about their business?

  A. They make mobiles for those over 16.

  B. They don’t serve those who are under 16.

  C. Their designers know the brains of children users.

  D.Younger children are more interested in their mobiles.

  45. According to Professor Colin, which of the following is TRUE?

  A. Reducing radio waves is a hard task for scientists.

  B. Children should not be allowed to use mobiles.

  C. Scientists usually care for young children more than grown-ups.

  D. Sending each other text message is safer than regular calling.

  46. What do you think is the purpose of this passage?

  A. To make known that children mobile users are increasing very fast.

  B. To warn people about the danger of children using mobiles.

  C. To discuss the effects of mobile phone radio waves.

  D. To teach people a safe way of using mobiles.

D

  When memories of holiday pumpkin pies (南瓜馅饼) are not fresh any more, large-pumpkin growers are already planning next year’s crop. Every year farmers around the world work very hard to see who can grow the world’s largest pumpkin.

  The present world record belongs to Steve Daletas of Oregon. His pumpkin weighted 1,385 pounds (682 kilograms). That’s heavier than large bears! In August the pumpkin grew 29 pounds (13 kilograms) per day! Our reporter spoke with Andrew Sabin, who was one of the organizers of the 2003 Large-Pumpkin Weighing Competition (比赛).

  To grow a large pumpkin, Sabin explained, you need the right seed and the right soil, and a lot of hard work. “It’s like a baby,” he said, “You look at your baby every day.”

  All the hard work leads up to the weighing competitions, which usually take place in October. Top prize winners can earn thousands of dollars.

  Just getting the large pumpkins away from the farm can be very difficult. The pumpkins are so heavy that farmers often have to use forklifts (叉车) to move them.

  What do farmers do with the large pumpkins after the competition? According to Sabin, restaurants often buy the pumpkins for show. Top winners can also sell their pumpkin seeds to other farmers hoping to beat the world record the next year.

  Would the large pumpkins be made into pumpkin pies? Not likely, Sabin said. “They don’t taste so good as the small pumpkins that are grown to eat.”

  Animals seem to like them though—at least one large pumpkin was fed to an elephant at the Oregon Zoo!

  47. Which of the following is TRUE of the passage?

  A. People continue to pay attention to holiday pumpkin pies.

  B. Farmers in the world are eager to grow pumpkins for food.

  C. Farmers try their best to grow pumpkins as large as possible.

  D. Pumpkin growers find it difficult to plan the next year’s farming.

  48. What can we know about Steve Dalctas from the passage?

  A. His pumpkin is the heaviest in the world.

  B. His farm has grown 1,385 pounds of pumpkins.

  C. He tries to find bears heavier than his pumpkin.

  D. He is an organizer of the 2003 pumpkin competition.

  49. What does It refer to in “It’s like a baby”?

  A. Seed B. Pumpkin C. Soil

  50. What might happen to the largest pumpkins after the competition?

  A. Winners move them back to their farms.

  B. The Oregon Zoo uses them to attract visitors.

  C. Their seeds are sold to the farmers who need them.

  D. Some restaurants make huge pumpkin pies with them.

  五 补全对话 (共5句;每句满分3分,共15分)

  根据中文提示,将对话中缺少的内容写在线上。这些句子必须符合英语表达习惯。打句号的地方,用陈述句;打问号的地方,用疑问句。

  提示:一位女士在商店为儿子挑选T恤衫,大小和式样都合适,也有喜欢的颜色,但价格太高。( Shop Assistant= S; Customer= C)

  S: Good morning, madam. _______________51______________________?

  C: Yes. You see, I’m looking for a T-shirt for my son.

  S: We have a large variety of T-shirts. What about this one?

  C: Oh, I like it. ___________52__________________?

  S: Let me see… Size 4, 6 …Yes, we have size 8. Here you are.

  C: Um, but I don’t really like the color. ____________53______________________?

  S: Yes, we always have pink, orange, black, blue and…

  C: Good, I think blue is nice. _________54_______________?

  S: It’s $ 50.

  C: Oh, really? I’m afraid __________55_____________. I’ll have to think about it.

  六 书面表达 (满分30分)

  Tim多年前曾在宁波工作,他告诉老朋友大鹏最近要来宁波,希望看看中国的变化。假设你是大鹏,请给Tim回封信,告诉他:

  欢迎他来宁波;

  为他预定宾馆;

  建议去义乌:新的国际化大市场,很多外国商人在那里采购;离宁波不远,来回最多只需两天。

  注意:1. 开头和结尾已经为你写好; 2. 词数应为100 左右。

  Dear Tim,

  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ What do you think about it?

  I’m looking forward to your coming.

  Best,

  Da Peng

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