1. Who does the man think the girl is?
A． Ann B．Sara C．Lily
2. What is the woman’s plan for tonight?
A．To go swimming B．To see a movie C．To visit a friend3. When will the two speakers go rock-climbing?
A．On Monday B．On Saturday C．On Sunday
4. What’s the weather like now?
A．Rainy B．Cloudy C．Sunny
5. What is the man’s decision?
A．To get his phone repaired today.
B．To buy a phone for the woman.
C．To lend his phone to the woman.
6. Where will the two speakers probably buy a bed?
A．At Pricerite. B．At Design 2000. C．At IKEA.
7. What do the two speakers need to buy for their study room?
A．A chair. B．A bookshelf. C．A lamp.
8. What does the man usually do every week?
A．He does the washing-up.
B．He cleans the car.
C．He washes the clothes.
9. What does the man promise to do starting this weekend?
A．Clean the kitchen.
B．Buy the vegetables.
C．Cook the meals.
听第 8段材料，回答第 10至 12题。
10. What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A． Father and daughter.
B．Doctor and patient.
C．Teacher and parent.
11. Why was Billy probably absent on the day of the eye check?
A．He was afraid of the eye check.
B．He did his homework at home.
C．He went to buy glasses.
12. Which grade is Billy in now?
A．The sixth grade.
B．The fifth grade.
C．The fourth grade.
听第9段材料，回答第 13至 16题。
13. What day is it today?
A．Saturday. B．Friday. C．Sunday.
14. How many tickets are left for the 8 pm show?
A．Ten. B．Eight. C．Six.
15. Why doesn’t the man want tickets for the 8 pm show?
A．The time is a little late.
B．His friend can’t make it in time.
C．There are no seats together.
16. What will the man probably do next?
A．Order tickets for tomorrow.
B．Drive to another theater.
C．See another movie.
17. What does Sheila do？
A．A secretary. B．A hotel manager. C．A travel agent.
18. When will Robert leave for London?
A．At 6:00 pm. B．At 8:30 am. C．At 5:00 pm.
19. What will Robert first do when he arrives?
A．Rent a car. B．Find the driver. C．Book a hotel.
20. How long will Robert stay in London?
A．Two days. B．Three days. C．Four days.
第二部分 阅读理解 （共两节，满分40分）
阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项 （A 、B 、C 和 D ）中 ，选出最佳选项 ，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Sharon, Aged 22
The most important thing to keep in mind when going into high school is to be yourself. Besides, I don’t know what your middle school was like, but high school teachers will not care about things such as how much homework you already have in one night. It’s best to just learn to deal with things and manage your time wisely so you can achieve everything you need to.
Frank, Aged 21
I think almost every kid feels both nervous and excited before their first day. You will probably love it. I know I did. You should join some sports or activities that will make your high school experience more enjoyable. Good luck!
When I started high school I was really nervous too, especially since I had been homeschooled all through middle school and didn’t really know anyone. I suppose the best advice would be to just relax. The first couple of days can be a little bit hard, but things will become easier before you know it.
David, Aged 19
I’m not going to lie. The first day is kind of frightening (令人恐惧的). But you’ll get used to it. Don’t be afraid of anyone; upperclassmen will pick on you more if you let them know you’re afraid. Just take it easy. Making some friends and staying with them will greatly help you get used to high school quickly. After the first week it’s really not bad at all. Don’t worry.
21. What can we infer from Sharon about high school?
A．Teachers are quite strict.
B．Students often stay up at night.
C．Teachers provide little care for students.
D．Students should make good use of their time.
22. How did Eddie feel on his first day of high school?
A．Excited. B．Bored. C．Worried. D．Relaxed.
23. Who mentions the importance of friends?
A．Frank. B．David. C．Sharon. D．Eddie.
“Hey, Anna, do you want to play cards with us?” It was three o’clock in the morning. We were all tired but excited about the upcoming three-week trip to Europe without our parents. I was sitting on the ground with Savannah, a girl I met during the meetings we had when preparing for our trip. We were playing cards after Anna decided to join us.
There were 49 of us in me San Jose group, and we would meet up with two other groups in Los Angeles. Totally, we had 147 students and six leaders. The trip was tiring, busy but fun. We learned about different cultures, ate different foods, and met new people. We went to a total of seven different countries in Europe like England, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, and France. We also had host families (寄宿家庭) in Germany where we spent three days. My host family was the most welcoming, and I also related to them well.
We had a great time in Europe and did not know that it was all coming to an end. We learned a lot about its history, like Henry the Eighth and all his six wives. This life-changing trip helped me open my eyes. It was a big lift for me as my wings had been broken over the years because my family situation was not good. My mom said this People to People Student Ambassador Program really changed me as a person, a sister, and as a daughter. I greatly appreciated the trip, because it helped change and add more colors to my life.
24. What can we learn about the children from Paragraph l?
A．They were too excited to sleep.
B．They played cards after a day’s visit.
C．They were all from the same school.
D．They were tired after the overseas trip.
25. In which country did the author stay with a host family?
C．Germany. D．The Netherlands.
26. We can infer from the last paragraph that .
A．the author was injured during the trip
B．the author benefited a lot from the trip
C．the author’s mom went to Europe with her
D．the author could hardly wait to return home
27. What would be the best title for the text?
A．A difficult decision
B．A life-changing journey
C．A look at different cultures
D．A friendship that will never end
Maurice Sendak’s children’s book, Where the Wild Things Are, came out in 1963.It has become very successful throughout the years and was made into a movie in 2009.
The hero of the book is a boy named Max who gets into trouble with his mother and is sent to
bed without any supper. Before long, Max’s room magically becomes a forest, and he walks to a land
where monsters (怪物) live. Max isn’t scared, though, and becomes the king of the wild things, but after a while, he wants to go home. When Max walks back home, his supper is still hot in his bedroom.
Many teachers and professors like this story and use it to help children develop their imaginations. Melina Davis, a professor of education, said she likes how the book contains (包含) a couple of pages that have only pictures on them. “This allows children to shape the story themselves,” she said.
The book contains a few larger words. Some parents worry it may confuse (使迷惑) children, but experts (专家) say those words help improve children’s reading skills.
Davis said the book is well written which helps kids become interested in the story. “The book talks about what all children go through, like ‘I was naughty (淘气的) but my mommy still loves me’,” said Davis.
The book also encourages children to face their fears. “I think it’s really good to show that Max is friends with the monsters,” said Davis. “Kids can find out monsters aren’t always the things under the bed that are going to scare them. I think this is good because it shows children that they call go to scary places but still have a positive experience.”
28. What happens to Max in the story of the book Where the Wild Things Are?
A．He becomes the king of the world.
B．He and the monsters become friends.
C．He is sent to the forest by her mother.
D．He has a terrible dream and feels scared.
29. Teachers and professors like the book because it helps children .
A．become more imaginative
B．understand their own fears
C．develop good habits of life
D．learn to draw nice pictures
30. How do experts feel about the larger words in the book?
A．Angry. B．Worried. C．Great. D．Confused.
31. What’s the writer’s purpose in writing the passage?
A．To introduce a movie to younger children.
B．To encourage children to read scary stories.
C．To suggest ways of improving children’s reading.
D．To express opinions on a famous children’s book.
Los Angeles may be the most car-heavy city on the planet, with 1.8 cars for every person. People there spend lots of time in traffic jams (阻塞).
Now imagine that every Sunday, main roads in the city were closed to cars and people were invited to wander (闲逛) around the streets. It may sound impossible. But a small group of activists called CicLAvia wants to make this car-free day come true.
“Air Pollution is terrible and more and more children are becoming overweight,” said Jonathan Parfrey, a member of CicLAvia. “But building new parks for people to get out of their cars and exercise can be much too expensive. So we want to create public space by using our roads.”
This idea isn’t new. It got its start in the Colombian City of Bogotá 30 years ago. Bogotá is a city with heavy traffic and air pollution. Every Sunday main streets are shut downto cars in Bogotá. CicLAvia wants to follow that success in Los Angeles.
Although it may seem like a great challenge in such a city, the members of CicLAvia feel hopeful about it. They are taking steps to make it happen. And a charity group has agreed to provide $20,000 to help this event. And the event may happen this year.
32. Why are there so many traffic jams in Los Angeles?
A．Because people there often break the traffic rules.
B．Because there aren’t enough roads in the city.
C．Because the roads there are not wide enough.
D．Because there are too many cars in the city.
33. What may happen in Los Angeles according to the passage?
A．Main roads will be closed to cars on Sundays.
B．People there will spend more time in traffic jams.
C．More parks will be built to encourage people to exercise.
D．Air pollution will become more and more serious.
34. What can we learn about Bogotá from the passage?
A．It’s a small city. B．It’s a quiet city.
C．It’s a crowded city. D．It’s a clean city.
35. What does the underlined phrase “shut down” mean in the passage?
A．停业 B．关闭 C．倒闭 D．闭嘴
Advice on how to help you beat (战胜) test stress（压力）
Studying for your tests at school can sometimes make you feel a bit stressed or worried, so we’ve put together some top advice to help you feel calmer and more confident.
Don’t compare yourself to your friends.Everyone learns things differently and some people find things easier than others. Choose a revision (复习) plan that works best for you. If your friends are different, then that’s fine. 36
If you are feeling stressed, talk to someone.It could be a friend, a teacher or your family. Don’t feel like you’re letting people down by admitting you are feeling stressed. 37 They will hopefully help you to feel better.
Try to take regular breaks during your revision.Taking your mind off things will help give your brain time to deal with all the information you are learning. 38 You could go for a walk or even just close your eyes and relax for a few minutes.
39 It’s important to try to eat well and get lots of sleep during the lead-up to a test. If you don’t give your mind a rest or give your body the right energy, it might not work as well as it could.
Doing exercise really helps!Whether you are playing football, going for a walk or a run, dancing, or even just riding your bike, exercise can really help to take your mind off things. 40
A．Get plenty of sleep.
B．Look after your body.
C．You could even bring a friend to talk about the exam.
D．They will be happy you shared your feelings with them.
E．So switch off your phone or get a drink from the kitchen.
F．It could help you stay focused (集中精力的) and give you more energy.
G．What works well for one person might not work well for another.
I deliver（派送） meals on wheels every Friday. A week ago, I had the pleasure of 41 one of my customers. She was in her eighties and was very 42 and I always brought her lunch on Fridays. She looked 43 when she opened the door one day. She told me her phone was 44 and that she couldn’t receive the call from her doctor. She went to her neighbors, 45 they were not at home. She had 46 to ask the mailman to help her, but he didn’t come for several days. She was 47 .
Having heard 48 story, I took matters into my own hands. I called the phone company 49 and made sure they knew that getting this phone 50 was urgent(紧急的). I took down her phone number and her 51 just to make sure I could 52 later to see if the phone had been fixed.
She was so 53 that she was in tears, 54 me for my help. I called the 55 twice that day. They told me they had checked the phone line and got the phone 56 . After that I called her every day to make sure she was 57 and didn’t need anything.
Just being able to help her in her time of 58 filled my heart with such 59 and happiness. It does not take much time or 60 to help a neighbor. Sometimes, all that is needed is a smile, a hug or a helping hand.
41. A．respecting B．helping C．saving D．imaging
42. A．weak B．poor C．dirty D．wise
43. A．shocked B．angry C．shy D．worried
44. A．changed B．repaired C．broken D．lost
45. A．for B．or C．so D．but
46. A．regretted B．planned C．remembered D．agreed
47. A．tired B．curious C．disappointed D．patient
48. A．her B．my C．his D．your
49. A．suddenly B．finally C．generally D．immediately
50. A．discovered B．fixed C．sent D．protected
51. A．money B．request C．suggestion D．name
52. A．leave B．report C．call D．return
53. A．lucky B．grateful C．polite D．proud
54. A．hugging B．paying C．visiting D．inviting
55. A．factory B．hospital C．phone company D．police station
56. A．appearing B．shaking C．rolling D．running
57. A．fine B．safe C．awake D．free
58. A．hunger B．danger C．need D．service
59. A．humor B．love C．truth D．advice
60. A．knowledge B．trust C．courage D．effort
All through history, explorers have led the way for people to move into new places. Today, what explorers are responsible (负责的) for is leading the way into space.
61 first person in space was Yuri Gagarin from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). He
62 (send) into space on April 12, 1961 aboard Vostok 1. The Vostok 1 spaceship reached a point some 300 63 （kilometer）high before it began to fall back to the earth. His journey only lasted 108 minutes, but that first trip into space marked the beginning of the Space Age.
The first woman in space was Valentina Tereshkova 64 was also from the USSR. She circled the earth for two days and 22 hours aboard Vostok 6 in 1963. During this journey, it was reported 65 Vostok 6 completely circled the earth 48 times!
Twelve people have 66 (actual) walked on the moon. Neil Armstrong from the United States was the first man 67 (set) foot on the moon. The members of the Apollo 17 space team visited the moon in 1972, and spent almost 3 days on the moon picking 68 rocks and collecting soil from the surface of the moon. They brought these samples (样本) back 69 the earth for scientists around the world to study.
So far, only about 300 people from all around the world 70 (go)into space, but the number will surely increase as scientists continue to explore space.
I am happy stand here to make a speech. The topic of my speech is “My School”. My school is very big. There is 2,000 students. We have a big playground with lots of trees around it. We had fun at school.
After the class we play games and do sports, like play basketball and football. Sometimes we have class meetings. They are very interested. My school is like a big family. The teachers are kind and the students are friendly for each other. In my eye, my school is one of the better schools. I am pride of it.
I have read about your situation.
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I have read about your situation.It is common for everyone to have arguments or even quarrels with friends. So take it easy, and find a way out.
You may follow my suggestions. First, try to find out who did wrong and caused the arguments. If it is you, be brave enough to say sorry to your friend. And if it is your friend, you shouldn't be too hard on him or her either. Instead, try to take it easy and be kind. Second, give yourself and your friend some time to calm down, as it is not necessary to deal with the arguments immediately.
Good luck and best wishes for you!