1. I’ m hungry. Get me something .
C. to eat
D. for eating
2. the morning of June 27they visited the Great Wall.
3. This isn’t my pen. is in the pencil box.
4. My aunt has worked in a clinic 1949.
5. By eleven o’clock yesterday, we at the airport.
A. shall arrive
B. have arrived
C. had arrived
6. He drives much than he did three years ago.
C. more carefully
D. more careful
7. We will start as soon as our team leader______.
C. will come
D. is coming
8. It when they left the station.
A. has rained
D. is raining
9. I can hardly the difference between these two words.
10. Helen doesn’t like milk and _____.
A. so do I
B. so I do
C. neither do I
D. neither I do
11. Would you mind your radio a little, please?
A. turning off
B. turn off
D. to turn down
12. _____ many times, but he still couldn’t understand it.
A. Having been told
B. Having told
C. Though he was told
D. He was told
13. The doctor is leaving for Africa next month.
A. the nurse is talking to him
B. the nurse is talking to
C. whom the nurse is talking
D. who the nurse is talking
14. You’ll miss the train you hurry up.
15. Do you remember me at a party last year?
C. to meet
16. some officials, Napoleon inspected his army.
A. Being followed by B. Having been followed by
C. To be followed D. Followed by
17. ______he said is true.
18. If there were no subjunctive mood（虚拟语气）, English much easier.
A. will be
B. would be
C. could have been
D. would have been
19. In fact the Swede did not understand the three questions _____ were asked in French.
C. in which
20. There was plenty of time. She .
A. mustn’t have hurried
B. needn’t have hurried
C. must not hurry
D. couldn’t have hurried
Washoe is a young chimpanzee(黑猩猩). She is no 21 chimpanzee, though. Scientists are doing a research 22 her. They want to see how civilized(驯化)she can 23 . Already she does many things a human being can do.
For example, she has been learning how to exchange 24 with people. The scientists are teaching her 25 language. When she wants to be picked 26 , Washoe points up with one finger. She rubs her teeth with her finger 27 she wants to brush her teeth. This is done after every meal.
Washoe has also been 28 to think out and find answers to problems. Once she was put in a 29 with food hanging from the ceiling. It was too high to 30 . After she considered the 31 , she got a tall box to stand 32 . The food was still too high to be reached. Washoe found a 33 pole. Then she climbed onto the 34 , grasped the pole, and 35 down the food with the pole.
Washoe 36 like a human, too. The scientists keep her in a fully furnished(家具齐全的)house. After a hard 37 in the laboratory, she goes home. 38 she plays with her toys. She 39 enjoys watching television before going to bed.
Scientists hope to 40 more about people by studying our closest, relative(亲属)—chimpanzee.
One day a rich boy bought a magic mirror (镜子). When he got home, he looked in the mirror. His face looked sad. He tried to smile and make funny faces, his face looked still sad. Then he did many happy things, but his face always looked sad.
“Oh, what a terrible mirror! It doesn’t work! ” he said angrily.
The next day on his way to buy some chocolate, he saw a little girl crying sadly. The rich boy went up to her and asked what had happened. The little girl said she couldn’t find her parents. “Don’t worry. I’ll help you,” the rich boy said. So they went to look for them together. Finally they found her parents. They were so thankful for his help. After the rich boy arrived home, he looked in the mirror as usual. To his surprise, his face looked very happy. The boy understood the magic of the mirror. The mirror could show the true feelings of its owner. This was true—the rich boy had helped that little girl so he felt really happy.
41. One day a rich boy bought _______.
A. a small mirror
B. a normal mirror
C. a magic mirror
D. a magic book
42. The boy’s face always looked _______ in the mirror on the first day.
43. On his way to buy some chocolate, the rich boy saw_______ crying sadly.
A. a little dog
B. a little cat
C. a little girl
D. a little boy
44. Finally the rich boy _______.
A. lost his parents
B. bought a new mirror
C. bought a mirror for the little girl
D. helped the little girl find her parents
45. From the story we know the boy was _______.
46. Tom is a 12-year-old boy. If he has a headache, he should take _______ a day.
A. 3 tablets
B. 2 tablets
C. 1 tablet
D. 1/2 tablet
47. If a person is _______ years old, he or she can’t take this medicine.
48. If you want to borrow some childrenbooks, you can go to _______.
A. 2nd floor
C. 4th floor
D. 5th floor
49. The Public Library is closed at _______.
A. 4:00 pm
B. 5:00 pm
C. 9:00 am
D. 12:00 am
50. Lin and his father want to go to the Hamilton Zoo, they should pay _______.
You may know the song Happy Birthday very well. But do you know about its writer? It was written by an American girl. And she became very rich after that.
When she was a child, she was poor. Once, she was invited to her friend’s birthday party. She was pleased but sad because she didn’t have enough money to buy a gift for her.
“The party is coming soon, but now I have little money.” Tears ran down her face.
Later that night she was in bed, thinking about the gift when the door opened and her grandma came in.“ What happened? ” her grandma asked. Hearing the girl’s story, she said, “Don’t worry. I think I can help you. How about singing a song together? Happy birthday to …”What a beautiful song! They sang and sang. Suddenly she woke up. It was a dream! She decided to write it down at once and sing it to her friends at the party.
When she sang the song at the party the next day, her friends were very happy. “How wonderfully you sing! We haven’t heard such a beautiful song before. Thank you for giving me the special gift.” said her friend. And they learnt to sing it together. Later the girl became well-known in America.
51. The song Happy Birthday was written by .
A. an American girl’s friend
B. an American girl’s grandma
C. an American boy
D. an American girl
52. The girl was sad because .
A. she wasn’t invited to the party.
B. she would be busy that day.
C. she didn’t want to go to the party.
D. she didn’t have enough money to buy a gift.
53. What gift did she give her friend?
A. A flower.
B. An interesting book.
D. A toy.
54. What did her friends think of the song? It was .
55. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. The girl was still poor after writing the song .
B. The girl became famous because of the song.
C. The girl’s friends had heard the song before.
D. The girl sang the song with her grandpa in her dream.
Ask any student which subject he or she hates most. 9 out of 10 students will answer “math”. No matter which country you visit, no matter which grade you are in, you may not learn art, geography, chemistry or Chinese, but you always learn math. Why is this so? How come so many students hate math, and yet cannot avoid learning it in school?
Jenny Sanders, a high school student in California, asks, “What good do we get from learning math? We can use computers to compute numbers, and we can use computers to store information. I think learning math at school is a waste of time.”
However, there is much more to math than just learning to add and subtract (减) numbers. In fact, math is not so much about calculation (计算) as it is about learning to think logically (逻辑地) and solving problems. Of course, Jenny was right that we can use computers to do calculations, but how would we even know how to use the computer if we can’t think logically? In short, computers are only tools when solving problems.
For example, imagine you are a cook and must serve dinner to 100 guests. How should you divide your resources so that you can get the job done most efficiently (高效地)? In situations like this, the ability to think logically will get you to a reasonable answer and solve your problem.
56. According to the passage, which subject do students always learn in different grades at school?
57. What does Jenny Sanders think of learning math?
58. Which of the following is TURE according to the passage?
A. Students can learn math well with computers.
B. 90﹪of the students hate learning math.
C. Math can do calculations and store information.
D. Math helps students learn all the other subjects well.
59. What does the underlined word “resources” mean in the passage?
C. raw materials
60. What does the writer want to tell us?
A. Math helps us think logically and solve problems.
B. Math can be good for both our body and our mind.
C. Math is just learning to add and subtract numbers.
D. Math can help students find a good job in the future.
During the summer holidays there will be a revised(修改过的)schedule(时刻表) of services for the students. Changes for dining-room and library service hours and for bus schedules will be posted on the wall outside of the dining-hall. Weekly film and concert schedules, which are being arranged(安排), will be posted each Wednesday outside of the student club.
In the summer holidays, buses going to the town center will leave the main hall every hour on the half hour during the day. The dining-room will serve three meals a day from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm during the week and two meals from noon to 7:00 pm on weekends. The library will continue its usual hours during the week, but have shorter hours on Saturdays and Sundays. The weekend hours are from noon to 5:00 pm.
All students who want to use the library borrowing services must have a new summer card. This announcement will also appear in the next week's student newspaper.
61.The main purpose of this announcement is to .
A. tell students of new bus and library services
B. tell students of important schedule changes
C. show the excellent services for students
D. ask students to renew their library cards
62.At which of the following times will the bus leave the main hall?
A.8:00, 9:30, 10:30, 11:30
B. 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00
C.8:30, 9:00, 9:30, 10:00
D.8:00, 9:30, 11:00, 12:30
63.Times for films and concerts are not listed in this announcement because .
A. they are not to be announced
B. they are hard to arrange
C. the full list is too long
D. the full list is not ready
64.In the summer holidays, the library will have .
A. no special hours
B. special hours on weekends
C. special hours on weekdays
D. special hours both on weekdays and weekends.
65.We may infer that during the summer holidays .
A. the student newspaper will sell more copies
B. there will be a concert or a film once a week
C. no breakfast will be served on weekends
D. many students will stay in the university
If you are worried about things and are under a lot of stress at work or school, then you are probably not sleeping well. Worry can keep you awake, tossing and turning in bed until the early hours of the morning when you eventually fall asleep. When you wake up, you don’t feel refreshed, but tired and worn out and unable to face a new day.
Dr. Henry Winkle wrote an article in a recent newspaper, which indicates that worry and lack of sleep are directly related .Dr. Winkle says, “The more we worry, the less we sleep, the more we are unable to deal with______. If we can find a way to get a good night’s sleep,” he adds, “we can often find the energy to deal with what’s worrying us.”
So, what is a good night’s sleep? Research shows that the amount of sleep which people need in order to keep healthy varies a lot. Seven hours in about the average amount, though strangely enough, sleeping longer often gives you a headache instead of making you feel more refreshed.
Dr. Winkle believes that preparing for sleeping is important. People who work late should try to give themselves a short break and do something restful before going to bed. This could be watching TV or listening to music. Doing some exercise earlier in the day should help you to feel physically as well as mentally tired. A bedtime drink can also help, but coffee or tea should be avoided as they contain caffeine and will keep you awake. “When you put the light out,” Dr. Winkle says, “concentrate on relaxing your muscles starting at your feet, and you’ll be asleep before you know it.”
66. What is the best title of the text? (no more than 10 words)
67. Which sentence in the text can be replaced by the following one?
People shouldn’t go to sleep immediately but should take a break after working late in the night.
68. Please fill in the blank in Paragraph 2 with proper words or phrases to complete the sentence. (no more than 1 word)
69. How long should people sleep to keep healthy? (no more than 3 words)
70. List at least 3 suggestions Dr. Winkle gives to prepare for a good sleeping: (no more than 12 words)
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November 28, Thursday Sunny
These days, _________________________________________________________
66. Sleep and Your Life/Stress and Sleep/Sleep is important
67. People who work late should try to give themselves a short break and do something restful before going to bed.
69. Seven hours
70. ①Doing something restful ②Doing some exercise earlier ③. A bedtime drink
November 28, Thursday Sunny
These days, breaking traffic rules and littering are not uncommon, causing serious harm to life and the environment. Changing this situation requires considerable effort on the part of everyone. As for me, it should start on my way to school.
I will keep traffic rules in mind all the way. If I ride a bike, I will always keep to the right and never cross a road until the traffic light turns green. If I walk, I will never forget to use the pedestrian crossing. Meanwhile, I will regard it as my duty to keep our environment clean and healthy. Not only will I keep from littering and spitting anywhere, I will also help clean up the roadside litter whenever possible. I hope my behavior will make a difference.