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1. What is the woman suggesting to the man?
A. He should step on the instruction book.
B. He should read the instruction book.
C. He should put the table together.
2. What is the woman telling the man?
A. She minds if he sits there.
B. She doesn’t mind if he sits there.
C. She’s telling him to go away.
3. What does the man mean?
A. He has no preference.
B. He would rather have the party on Tuesday afternoon.
C. He would rather have the party on Monday morning.
4. Where does this conversation take place?
A. Inside a bookstore.
B. Outside an art museum.
C. Outside a sports center.
5. Why doesn’t William bring the drinks?
A. William forgot about it altogether.
B. There were no drinks at the store.
C. The drinks will be sent to him.
6. What does the man want to do?
A. To have his shoes mended.
B. To buy a pair of new shoes.
C. To do shopping in a supermarket.
7. How far is the supermarket.
A. Two blocks away.
B. Five blocks away.
C. Six blocks away.
8. How will the man go the place?
A. By bus.
B. On foot.
C. In his car.
9. What are the two people talking about?
A. The weather in China.
B. The weather in Paris.
10. What does the woman think about autumn in her hometown?
A. It was the best.
B. It was terrible.
C. It was so so.
11. Where does this conversation take place?
A. In Paris.
B. In China.
C. In Beijing.
12. What is the relationship between the woman and Mike?
A. Brother and sister.
B. Husband and wife.
C. Mother and son.
13. Why is the woman angry with Mike?
A. He spends too much time on the computer.
B. He doesn’t do his school work at all.
C. He won’t follow her advice.
14. What does the woman ask the man to do?
A. To phone Mike’s teacher.
B. To have a talk with Mike.
C. To bring the machine just on Sunday.
15. What is the two speakers’ common hobby?
A. Performing on a concert.
B. Playing a musical instrument.
C. Studying the theory of music.
16. How often does the man take part in a concert?
C. Every day.
17. Why does the man suggest going to his uncle’s?
A. Because he can practise under the direction of his uncle.
B. Because he is not good at the theory of music, either.
C. Because he wants to help the woman with her lessons.
18. Where exactly is Brighton?
A. 15 miles from London.
B. 50 miles from London.
C. 50 miles from Paris.
19. What’s the population of Brighton?
20. Why are there a lot of hotels in Brighton?
A. Because there are a lot of workers.
B. Because there are a lot of students.
C. Because there are a lot of travelers.
21. Britain has recently had a high level of unemployment — but the same is _______of many other countries.
A. possible B. important C. true D. similar
22. When _______to biology, I know nothing.
A. I come B. it comes C. they come D. you come
23. She _________ dinner when a quarrel _________ among the children.
A. prepared; broke out B. was preparing; had broken out
C. prepared; had broken out D. was preparing; broke out
24. The visitors _________ all the different ways of making wine.
A. had been shown B. showed
C. were shown D. have shown
25. —Tom, did you see the film “Jaws” last night?
—Yes, but I really _________, because I had lots of work to do.
A. couldn’t have B. mustn’t have C. needn’t have D. oughtn’t to have
26. Small computers need small amount of power, _________ means you use less electricity.
A. what B. that C. which D. as
27. —What happened after they reached a peace agreement?
—They stopped _________ each other immediately.
A. fighting B. to fight C. fight D. being fought
28. —Will you get me a cup of coffee?
—Yes, _________ me some money and I will.
A. that you give B. if you give C. giving D. give
29. Shelly had worked hard for her biology examination so that she could be sure of passing it at her first _________.
A. attention B. purpose C. attempt D. desire
30. Let me tell you what to do next _________ I forget.
A. unless B. that C. before D. if
31. To keep healthy, Professor Johnson _________ cycling as a regular form of exercise after he retired.
A. caught on B. set out C. made for D. took up
32. —What’s the main purpose of tonight’s meeting?
—We are going to talk about the problem _________ at the last meeting.
A. discussed B. discussing
C. being discussed D. having discussed
33. Our aim is to select the best person for the job, _________ they are from.
A. wherever B. however C. whatever D. whenever
34. He will surely finish the job on time _________ he’s left to do it in his own way.
A. so that B. so long as C. in case that D. for fear that
35. —Did you enjoy reading that novel?
—Yes, _________ such an interesting novel.
A. never I have read B. never have I read
C. ever I have read D. ever have I read
Sometimes a stepparent has to take a step back. When I was thirty-five, I met my husband and came to 36 his kids, aged 10 and 7. We 37 playing basketball and shopping for cartoon books and became great friends. Then I got 38 .
In most 39, step-kids live with their mom and step-dad. This makes our case quite 40. Four years into our marriage, after going between their mom’s place and ours, the boys 41 in with us full-time.
I was 42 a part-time friend, so everything changed. For example, 43 the kids to help didn’t appear an important thing before, but now they became unwilling. Once, after I’d asked my elder stepson to set the table, he 44 said, “You’re not my mother; I don’t have to 45 you.”
It was 46 but I realized it was about keeping 47 clear in our new family life. I told him he was right—I wasn’t his mom; I was another person in his life who 48 him, and we needed to get things done 49 .
50 in a live-in situation, a stepparent isn’t the parent. You help with everything and 51 lots of hugs and laughs. But you also have to learn to stand in the 52 . For example, when there were only enough 53 for Mom and Dad to sit up front, I sat in back. It was hurtful, but I realized it wasn’t personal.
Today, my stepsons know where to find me, whether it’s for long chats or a(n) 54 e-mail to say hi. And I know where to find them. The caring is surely there, even if the 55 isn’t.
36. A. know B. teach C. understand D. instruct
37. A. passed time B. agreed on C. had fun D. set about
38. A. convinced B. separated C. changed D. married
39.A. places B. ways C. cases D. families
40.A. unusual B. similar C. positive D. difficult
41.A. came B. moved C. got D. ran
42.A. as well B. just now C. once again D. no longer
43.A. allowing B. getting C. advising D. inviting
44.A. quietly B. suddenly C. simply D. immediately
45.A. work for B. listen to C. stay with D. focus on
46.A. selfish B. impolite C. reasonable D. painful
47.A. roles B. duties C. quarrels D. records
48. A. supported B. envied C. loved D. bothered
49.A. properly B. together C. already D. easily
50.A. Still B. Even C. Also D. Then
51.A. have B. expect C. avoid D. share
52.A. shadows B. positions C. shelters D. sufferings
53.A. spots B. beds C. chairs D. tickets
54.A. special B. extra C. quick D. private
55.A. bloodline B. influence C. comfort D. respect
56. Which of the computer games is easy to learn?
A. Mega Warrior B. Football Final
C. Flight Fantasy D. Dagger
57. Which of the following statements is true?
A. All the four games include fighting.
B. The graphics of the games are of the same level.
C. Dagger has pretty good graphics and is easy to learn.
D. Football Final has better graphics and sound than the others.
58. If you want to buy a game for a ten-year-old boy, which is the cheapest?
A. Mega Warrior B. Football Final C. Flight Fantasy D. Dagger
The history of the Winter Games, however, has been even more troubled than that of the Summer Games. Until 1924 all the winter sports competitions, held every four years from 1901 to 1917 and again in 1922, had been in the Scandinavian countries —Sweden, Norway and Finland. The sportsmen of these countries believed that the Winter Games could only be held in the Scandinavian way. Coubertin, himself, was against a separate Winter Olympics as he felt that they would cause trouble within the Olympic movement.
However, as winter holidays in the Alps became more and more popular, so did the idea of a truly international Winter Games. The first Winter Olympics were held in Chamonix in 1924, though they were only recognized by the International Olympic Committee as “Olympic” two years later in 1926. Although there were many arguments before them, the first Games were a success, but the problems did not end there. In 1935, it was decided by the IOC that ski teachers could not compete in the Olympics because they were professionals. This caused a big argument between the IOC and the International Ski Federation, who agreed with the ski teachers, and the two organizations could not come to an end very soon after their beginning. However, war came and with it an end to the discussions. When the war was finally over, the Winter Games were started up again, as before, in St Moritz in 1948 and the crisis（危机）had passed.
59. Before 1924, all the winter sports competitions were held in _________.
A. Europe B. Africa C. Latin America D. Asia
60. Coubertin didn’t want to have a separate Winter Olympics because _________.
A. there had been more trouble in the Winter Games
B. he was worried about the future of the Olympic movement
C. the Winter Games could only be held in the Scandinavian way
D. the Winter Games could only be held in the Scandinavian countries
61. The crises over the qualifications for competitors taking part in the Winter Games ended because ____.
A. the two organizations could not find a solution
B. the IOC and the ISF reached an agreement
C. war broke out and stopped the Games
D. the IOC made a final decision
62. The above passage mainly discusses _________.
A. the birth of the Winter Olympics
B. the history of the Winter Olympics
C. the problems of the Winter Olympics
D. the necessity for a separate Winter Olympics
Stingrays are pancake-shaped fish, and you’d never guess it: they’re close cousins of sharks. The smallest kinds are about the size of a dinner plate. But some 4-metre stingrays live in the waters near Australia.
About 170 different kinds of stingrays live in the oceans around the world. And some live in freshwater too. In South America, a few kinds swim in the Amazon and other rivers that flow into the Atlantic. One ocean kind, the Atlantic stingray, also lives in the St. Johns River in Florida.
A stingray has a mouth and nostrils on the bottom of its body. These nostrils are for smelling, not for breathing.
When water flows into a stingray’s nostrils, the fish may pick up the smells of creatures it wants to eat. It can also find prey by sensing the tiny amount of electricity that animals give off. Slowly, slowly the fish hunts by moving along the ocean or river bottom. When it senses a worm, clam, shrimp, or other creature, it flaps (拍打) its fins until the prey is uncovered. Then the fish lies down over the prey, sucks it in, and crunches it with its small teeth.
A stingray’s flat shape helps it hide. It stirs up a cloud of sand by flapping its big, flat fins. When the sand settles down over the fish, everything is covered but its eyes, breathing holes, and sometimes its tail.
Its tail gave the “sting” to a stingray’s name. When a stingray is attacked by an enemy, it whips its tail around. Then a sharp stinger releases a powerful poison into the enemy. When stingrays are on the ocean bottom, it’s easy for a diver to step on one by mistake. Then the fish usually stings the person in the ankle. The poison is very painful, and the wound may hurt for a day or two. Worse yet, pieces of the stinger can break off and infect the ankle. But stingrays don’t chase after prey or people to sting them. In fact, divers can swim among friendly stingrays without getting hurt.
63. Why did the author write the article “Stingrays”?
A. To tell readers an exciting story about the ocean.
B. To give readers facts about an interesting fish.
C. To warn readers about dangers in the ocean.
D. To teach readers how fish hunt their prey.
64. It is easy for a diver to step on a stingray by mistake because stingrays _________.
A. are of many different sizes
B. can cover themselves with sand
C. move slowly above the ocean floor
D. live in freshwater as well as in oceans
65. When stingrays find prey, they find _________.
A. food B. light C. sand D. water
66. Why does a stingray flap its fins when it feels prey?
A. To smell the prey. B. To escape the prey.
C. To frighten the prey. D. To find the prey.
67. How might a sting from a stingray become infected?
A. Pieces of the stinger come loose in the wound.
B. Poison from the stinger gets into the wound.
C. Electricity from the stinger shocks the wound.
D. Fins beside the stinger throw sand into the wound.
You may think that inventions are far away from your everyday life. But in fact, almost everyone can invent. It’s just that they do not recognize that their idea could be the start of an invention. Once inventors see their ideas have some practical value, they don’t let them slip away. For example, the inventor of the dishwasher, American Josephine Cochrane, loved to give dinner parties. But she found it took too long to wash her dishes by hand and too many of them broke. She decided that a machine could do the job faster and with fewer mistakes. So, in 1886, she set out to make one for herself.
Like Cochrane’s, most inventions are created to solve a problem. SO, the first and most important step is to find the problem. You can start by looking at what is wrong with things you use now. You can ask grandparents or neighbors if they remember every saying: “I wish someone would invent something for...” Or you can look at people in different areas such as on the street, or at school. Then you might notice situations or things in need of improvement. Remember to record your ideas and work. This will help you develop your invention and protect it when it is completed. The next step is to think about possible solutions. An invention is a new way of solving a problem. So think of many, varied, and unusual ways. You can often come up with a solution for a problem by looking at it from a different angle or thinking about it in a new way.
Example 1 —instead of thinking of shoes as protecting your feet from the ground, think of using something to protect the ground from your feet.
Example 2—instead of thinking about how you can carry oranges home from a store, think of how they can come to you by delivery or growing your own.
Example 3—instead of experimenting with only one solution, can you put two or three solutions together, or arrange them in different orders?
And if one solution doesn’t work, can it be put to other uses? That was how yellow post-it note（N次贴）came about— a “failed” adhesive（粘合剂）experiment proved a weak adhesive had good uses too!
After all, most inventions are not brand new. They do not come out of nowhere, but come out of things or ideas that already exist. And the hardest part of inventing, even for a lot of inventors, is coming up with a problem and finding a solution. Once you have an idea, you can always get help building your invention.
This problem-solving technique can also work in your everyday lives. So, why not try it in your studies, in your relationship with others, or even in the way you look at the world?
68. The main idea of this story is that _________.
A. you can learn some problem-solving technique from others
B. you must know how to improve the world around you
C. you can invent and how you will be able to do so
D. you must try to find out how to invent things
69. What makes inventors different from other people is that _________.
A. they consider every new idea as an outstanding invention
B. they are full of creative ideas and try to put them into reality
C. they enjoy solving problems even if these problems are too difficult
D. they look for problems and try to solve them in a new and better way
70. What made Josephine Cochrane decide to invent the dishwasher?
A. Her desire for making dishwashing easier.
B. Her love of inventing useful things.
C. Her love of having dinner parties.
D. Her dislike of dishwashing.
71. Which of the following is one of the ways to find a problem?
A. Finding out things that people are not satisfied with.
B. Trying to find problems while doing experiments.
C. Looking at the world from a different angle.
D. Never letting a practical idea slip away.
Recreation（娱乐）is for everyone! Too often recreation is considered something that is fine for children, but a sign of unwillingness to work on the part of adults. The recreational experience brings balance into man’s life, and can be the most important social force in modern society.
There are three main factors in the daily life of every adult: his work, by which he earns his living; his leisure, in which he gains much of his reason for living; and his sleep, through which he recovers to be ready once more for work and leisure.
The work of large majority of our employed population is relatively dull, and often made unhappy. In addition, the work of a large percentage of our population is ordered by an authority who says, “Do this or else.” This means that relatively few people have the opportunity to make choices in their work time. Even though men may not be ruled by machines in their work, they are robots to some degree because those orders give them few opportunities to show their ability.
Although there is disagreement among scientists about the activity that takes place during sleep, there seems to be good evidence that man is not aware of his actions while he is asleep. This means that another section of daily living is not directed by the individual. This, therefore, leaves leisure as the only part of daily living in which man has the opportunity to make choices about his activity. Since he has the opportunity for choice, man may follow their own way. There are many ways in which man shapes his leisure, that is, the time when he is not working or sleeping.
72. A common wrong idea about leisure is that _________.
A. it is important in modern society B. it is more necessary for children
C. it is a waste of time for adults D. it brings balance into man’s life
73. Men are robots to some degree because work rules _________.
A. require them to work efficiently
B. cause them to work automatically
C. prevent them from doing whatever they wish
D. do not give them much chance to do as they think best
74. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage?
A. Scientists know clearly about the activities in people’s sleep.
B. Adults taking part in recreational activities are not willing to work.
C. Evidence shows sleeping isn’t directed through human’s thought.
D. In an adult’s daily life only work allows him to think on his own.
75. Man’s leisure is different from work and sleep in that _________.
A. it refreshes him so that he is ready again for work
B. it allows him the freedom of choice
C. it forms the largest part of his life
D. it requires awareness of action
I began to learn English in reading and listening. 76. _____________
My study were limited by the poor conditions. 77. _____________
As I paid more attention to read, I found that 78. _____________
it didn't take me long at all remember a large 79. _____________
quantity of words and sentence structures. This 80. ______________
rapid increase in a number of words I knew made 81. _____________
it is possible for me to read books in English. 82. _____________
My reading ability was great improved. 83. _____________
Now, I have come to know thing about the 84. _____________
culture, society, history and people of America or England. 85. _____________
Name_______________ Class_________________ No.______________ Score_________
李华是一名高三学生，请根据下图，以A better weekend为题写一篇短文，描述李华的学习生活和缓解压力的经历。短文开头已为你写出，词数约100。
A better weekend
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A better weekend
Li Hua is a senior three student and is very busy with his lessons every day. Last Saturday, as usual, he went to weekend classes. In the evening, he studied at home until deep into the night. He was so sleepy and tired that he couldn’t work effectively. On Sunday morning. Li Hua was about to study when his father came up and advised him to have a rest. Soon they had a good idea. They made a kite and then the family went to the suburbs. Li Hua enjoyed himself flying the kite. The family had a picnic together, relaxing in the open air. On Monday, Li Hua was energetic and active in class. He said it was only because he had a better weekend.
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