1. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The woman doesn’t mind. B. The woman can do much. C. The woman has to agree. 2. Where are the two speakers? A. In the office. A. Husband and wife. A. Go to the park. B. Go shopping. C. See Joe and Linda. 5. How much will the woman pay for the chicken? A. $5.25 第二节 听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题 ， 从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中 选出最佳选项 ， 并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前 ， 你将有时间阅读各个小题 ， 每小题5秒钟；听完后，各小题给出5秒钟作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段对话，回答第6至第8个小题。 6. When will the boy’s dormitory be cleaned? A. Right now B. After school. C. Tomorrow afternoon 7. What does the woman think of living in a dirty dormitory? A. The boys should be ashamed of themselves. B. It is bad for their health. C. There’ll be a bad smell. 8. What is the woman’s reaction to the boys’ cleaning? A. Surprised B. Indifferent C. Opposed. 听下面一段对话，回答第9至第11三个小题。 9. How long has Irene stayed at the computer room? A. A few hours B. Many hours C. The whole day 10. What is Irene doing on the Internet? A. Researching for her report. B. Chatting on the BBS. C. Writing the e-mails 11. What is the woman’s feeling about Irene? A. bored B. Excited C. Worried B. $10.44 C. $15.75 B. On the phone. B. Brother and sister C. At home. C. Strangers 3. What was the relationship between the hero and heroine in the play? 4. What are the two speakers going to do tomorrow afternoon?
14. What will the two speakers do at last? A. Play cards. B. See an exhibition C. Have a meal 听下面一段对话，回答第15至第17三个小题。 15. What is Shelly supposed to be? A. A producer. B. A secretary. C. An office manager 16. What does Shelly think of her job? A. She always can’t do well. B. She should get a promotion. C. She makes much and is given less. 17. What does the man think of Joan? A. Critical（爱挑剔的）. B. Selfish. C. Kind. 听下面一段对话，回答第18至第20三个小题。 18. Which is the best title for the passage? A. A Perfect Wife. B. My Wife’s Advantages. C. The Happiness of Marriage. 19. Who was a tobacco planter? A. Virginia’s father. B. Victoria’s father. C. Virginia’s grandfather 20. Why did the author love Victoria? A. She had good moral (道德). B. She was strict with herself. C. She was modest and beautiful. 第二部分：英语知识运用（共 2节，满分45分） 第一节：语法填空（共10小题，每小题1.5分，满分15分。） Just now, I entered the website “Topic for Today”. I am __21_ (interest) in the report on middle school students’ using cell-phones on campus. In fact, more students now come to school ___22___ cell-phones. My schoolmates have different opinions. Some think __23___ is convenient to get in touch with
others with the cell-phone, which also makes you feel safe especially in time of trouble. __24___ , it is nice to enjoy various functions of different cell-phone is not ___26__ e-massages cell-phones. __25___ think differently. First, the
must in school as __27___ are some IC phones there, __28__ (make) it easy to call others. Second, many students often play e-games and send with their cell-phones, even in class; __29___ will surely have bad defects on their study. What’s more, it will result in a great waste of time and money. In my opinion, the cell-phone is a __30__ (use) tool in our daily life. But it doesn’t mean we can use freely in school. 第二节：完形填空（共20小题；每小题1.5分，满分30分。） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从31-50各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C和D）中，选出最 佳选项。 A lecturer was giving a lecture to his students on stress management. He 31 a glass of water and asked the audience, “How 32 from 20g to 500g. 34. It depends on how 35 you hold it. If 36 , I will have an 32 do you think this glass of water is?” The students’ answers “It does not matter on the absolute
I hold it for a minute, it is OK. If I hold it for a(n)
ache in my right arm. If I hold it for a day, you will have to 37 an ambulance. It is exactly the 38 weight, but the longer I hold it, the 39 it becomes.” The whole audience became silent, lost in thought. After a moment, the lecturer continued, “40 we carry our burden all the time, 41 , we will not be able to carry on with the burden becoming increasingly heavier, 42 heavy for us to bear. “What you have to do is to again.” As is shown in the story above, we have to put down the burden periodically, 45 we can be refreshed and are able to carry on. 46 home from work tonight, put the burden of 47 down. Don’t So before you 43 the glass, rest for a while 44 holding it up
carry it back 48 . You can pick it up tomorrow. Whatever burden you are having now on your you can. B. drank B. pure B. ranged B. volume B. long C. needed C. sweet C. numbered C. height C. difficult D. raised D. much D. limited D. quantity D. Life is short, 50 it! 31. A. supported 32. A. heavy 33. A. differed 34. A. weight 35. A. tight 49 , let it down for a moment if
high 36. A. day 37. A. require 38. A. proper 39. A. less 40. A. If 41. A. now and then B. so B. put down B. for B. even if B. clean B. duty B. office B. heart B. like C. as if C. approach C. task C. company C. body C. love C. sooner or later 42. A. too quite 43. A. put away back 44. A. after before 45. A. so that 46. A. leave 47. A. life 48. A. home family 49. A. shoulders 50. A. do A Certain people make you feel comfortable when they are around. You spend an hour with them and feel as if you’ve known them half your life. These something in common. And once we know what it is. We can try to people have do it ourselves. How is it done? Here are several skills that good talkers have. If you follow the skills, they will help you put people at ease, and make friends with them quickly. First of all, good talkers ask questions. Almost anyone, no matter how shy they are, will answer a question. One well-known businessman says, “At get things going.” From there you can move on personal questions. And how they answer business lunches, I always ask people what they did this morning. It’s a common question, but it will to other matters sometimes to really will let you know how far you can go. Second, once good talkers have asked questions they listen for the answer. This point seems clear, but it isn’t. Your questions should have a D. hands D. enjoy D. as soon as D. return D. work D. C. by D. C. put aside D. put B. second B. invite B. same B. lighter B. Unless C. hour C. call C. right C. more C. While B. little by little D. sometimes C. rather D. D. half D. ask D. usual D. heavier D. Since
point and help to tell what sort of person you are talking to. And to find out, you really have to listen carefully and attentively. Real listening means certain things. First it means not to change the subject of conversation. If someone sticks to one topic, you can take it as a fact that he’ll be really interested in it .real listening also means not just listening to words, but to tones of voice. If the voice sounds dull, then, it’s time for you to change the subject. Finally, good talkers know well how to deal with the occasion of parting. If you’re saying good-bye, you may give him a firm handshake and say, “I’ve really enjoyed meeting you.” If you want to see that person again, don’t keep it secret. Let people know what you feel, and they may walk away feeling as if they’ve known you half their life. 51. You will like to stay with certain people because_______. A. they know how to get along with others. B. you can often get much help from them. C. they are always glad to do anything for you. D. they will never get you into trouble. 52. Asking questions might be quite a good way_____. A. for you to make more and more new friends. B. to begin your business talks C. to get the conversation going well. D. for you to make a deep and lasting impression on others. 53. After having asked somebody a question, it’ll be polite of you to ___. A. make clear what kind of person he is. B. listen to his answer attentively C. wait quietly and patiently for his answer. 54. Generally speaking, good talkers are persons who____. A. are good at making any topic interesting. B. never talk too much or too little. C. always speaks in a gentle way D. know how and when they should change the topic of the talk B If you see someone drowning, speed is very important. Once you get him out of the water, if he isn’t breathing, you have four minutes before his brain is completely destroyed. Support his neck, lift his head back and press his chin(下巴) upwards. This stops the tongue blocking the air mouth-to-mouth breathing. Press his nostrils(鼻孔)together with your fingers. Open your mouth
and take a deep breath. Blow into his lungs until his chest rises, then remove your mouth, and watch his chest fall. Repeat twelve times a minute. Keep doing until help arrives. To bring a child back to life, keep your lips around his mouth and nose and gently blow into his mouth. Give the first four breaths as quickly as possible to fill the blood with oxygen. If , in spite of last chance of saving his life. With arms straight, rock forwards, pressing down on the lower half of the breastbone(脑骨). Don’t be too hard or you may break a rib(肋骨). Check how effective you are doing if his colour improves or his pulse becomes independent to your chest pressing. If this happens, stop the pressing. Otherwise continue until rescue arrives. 55. This passage is mainly about____. A. How to save people out of the water. B. How to give first aid to people who are drowning. C. How to do mouth-to-mouth breathing D. How to save a child from a river. 56. Once you get a drowning man out of the water, if he isn’t breathing, you must first______. A. Get him breathing again B. Take him to the nearest hospital as soon as possible. C. Find someone to help you D. Call the First Aid Center 57. If the drowning boy has no pulse,_________. A. Pressing his chin upwards in enough to get him breathing. B. Blowing air into his mouth is sure to save his life. C. Pressing his nostrils together with your fingers can work. D. Pressing is the last chance of saving his life. C Melting snow and gathering clouds may be signs of global warming. The average temperature on Earth for last year was the second warmest since written records began 140 years ago. The global average surface temperature in 2001 was 14.42 degrees centigrade, the World Meteorological Organization said. The record, set in 1998, was 14.58 degrees centigrade. “Temperatures are getting hotter, and they are getting hotter faster now than your efforts, he starts turning a blue grey colour, you can feel no pulse(脉搏) ， then pressing is the
at any time in the past,” said Michel Jarred, a WMO official. Carbon dioxide produced from burning fuels is the most common of the so-called greenhouse gases. The growing concentration (集中)in the atmosphere of these gases is thought to be warming in the Earth. “most of the causes of global warming are due to human action,” said Ken Davidson, director of WMO’S climate program department. Every year, large amounts of gases produced by factories, cars and burning trees hold in too much heat and cause global warming. Many scientists believe the warming if not stopped, will cause extreme climate changes this century. Throughout the world, the spreading or particular diseases and other threats (威胁) to human health depend largely on local climates. Extreme temperatures can directly cause loss of life. Warm temperatures can increase air and water pollution, which in turn can harm human health. In the Earth’s atmosphere there are tiny amounts of gases called greenhouse gases. These gases hold in the heart that comes up from the sun-warmed Earth. As cities have increased in size and population, factories and industries in the world have grown. People need more and more electricity, cars and other things. So more greenhouse gases have been added to the atmosphere. This causes more electricity, cars and others thing. So more greenhouse gases have been added to the atmosphere. This causes more heat to be trapped than in the past. This is called the greenhouse effect. 58. The subject discussed in the passage is ______ . A. The growing population of the world B. The global average surface temperature C. The increasing greenhouse effect D. The causes of air and water pollution. 59. According to a WMO official, it is _____ that should be blamed for global warming. A. modern factories impressive B. mankind C. carbon dioxide D. burning fuels 60. The rising of the earth temperature will finally result in____. A. the spreading of particular diseases B. air and water pollution C. extreme climate changes D. burning fuels 61. Which of the following is true according to the passage?
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However, it has its disadvantages. Many students waste too much time playing the electronic games, which has a bad effect on their studies.
What’s worse, the bad information on the Internet does great harm to them, I hope every student can make use of the Internet properly for their studies.