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  一 选择

  1. – Isn’t the girl who talked to you kindly your sister?

  – . She is my English teacher.

  A. Yes, she isn’t B. No, she is

  C. No, she isn’t D. Yes, she is

  2. When and where to go for the holiday __________ yet.

  A. are not decided B. have not been decided

  C. is not being decided D. has not been decided

  3. Now day breaks, ________ the birds are singing.

  A. because B. for C. since D. as

  4. Pandas will __________ if we continue destroying ecosystem(生态系统).

  A. die of B. die away C. die from D. die out

  5. The young lady _________ we met yesterday is our new maths teacher.

  A. what B. whose C. whom D. which

  6. Of the two skirts, Lucy chose one.

  A. less expensive B. the least expensive

  C. the less expensive D. the most expensive

  7. —Turn off the light.

  — ?

  —I asked you to turn off the light.

  A. Excuse me B. Sorry C. Pardon D. Don’t you

  8. All of us feel _________that ________ a little boy can eat _________much food.

  A. surprised, such, so B. surprised, so, much

  C. surprised, such, such D. surprised, so, such

  9. She has no paper ______________.

  A. to write B. to write with C. writing on D. to write on

  10. There is _________ new student in my class. ________ new student is _______ English boy.

  A. a, An, an B. a, The, a C. a, The, an D. a, A, the

  11. of teachers in the school is 300, of them are women teachers.

  A. The number, one-third B. A number, one-fourth

  C. A number, one-second D. The number, first-fourth

  12. Are you ready? We’ll go out for a picnic _________ three o’clock.

  A. in B. after C. for D. since

  13. He did ______he could _______ me with my maths.

  A. what, to help B. that, help C. which, to helpD. what, help

  14. —Would you like to have ________ apples?

  —No, thank you.

  A. more two B. two more C. two another D. two else

  15. Alice, we are going to spend our holidays in Canada. But if you ________, we can go to China instead.

  A. hope B. wish C. prefer D. agree



  Peggy Cardona parked her blue Nissan at a supermarket one day in February 1997. “I’ll come and open the door for you,” she told her four-year-old grandson, Ryan Eshleman, in the back seat.

  Before Cardona could even 16 her door, the car moved ahead. “Nana, the car is 17 !” Ryan cried. Cardona jumped into the driver’s seat and reached for the handbrake(手闸), her left leg stepping outside, trying to stop the car. She couldn’t find the brake, and she 18 the car as it moved down the steep slope(陡坡) toward a pond 20 feet away. 19 Ryan cried “Nana!” as the car fell into the pond and the water began pouring in.

  “Help!” Cardona cried as the car moved 20 the bank. “My grandson is inside!”

  A supermarket clerk, Clint Fountain, 24, jumped down the slope and dived into the cold water.

  Reaching the car, Fountain saw Ryan’s terrified face just inches(英寸) 21 the water. “Unlock the door!” Fountain shouted. The boy’s fingers fumbled(未触到) with the lock.

  Fountain hit on the back 22 , but the glass wouldn’t break. Another man Dick McClung dived in and handed him a hammer(锤子). Grabbing it, Fountain told the boy to move aside, and broke the glass. His hands went 23 the broken window in the black water and pulled the boy

  24 . At that moment the last flash of the blue car 25 under the water.

  16. A. close B. open C. touch D. wash

  17. A. driving B. missing C. moving D. stopping

  18. A. got out of B. got into C. pulled D. drove

  19. A. Excited B. Tired C. surprised D. Frightened

  20. A. to B. from C. with D. of

  21. A. below B. under C. around D. above

  22. A. window B. door C. car D. seat

  23. A. across B. through C. into D. from

  24. A. out of B. away C. out D. safe

  25. A. seemed B. happened C. disappeared D. appeared




  “Life is speeding up. Everyone is becoming unwell.” This may sound like something someone would say today. But in fact, an unwell person who lived in Rome in AD 53 wrote it.

  We all love new inventions. They are exciting, amazing and can even change our lives.

  But have all these developments really improved the quality of our lives?

  Picture this: You’re rushing to finish your homework on the computer. Your mobile phone rings, a QQ message from your friend appears on the screen, the noise from the telephone is getting louder and louder. Suddenly the computer goes blank and you lose all your work. Now you have to stay up all night to get it done.

  Inventions have speeded up our lives so much that they often leave us feeling stressed and tired. Why do you think people who live far away from noisy cities, who have no telephones, no cars, not even any electricity often seem to be happier? Perhaps that is because they live simpler lives.

  One family in the UK went “back in time” to see what life was like without all the inventions we have today. The grandparents, with their daughter, and grandsons, Benjamin, 10, and Thomas, 7, spent nine weeks in a 1940s house. They had no washing machine, microwave, computer or mobile phone.

  The grandmother, Lyn, said, “The more things you have, the more difficult life becomes.” The boys said they fought less. Probably, they said, because there was less to fight over, such as their computer. Benjamin also noticed that his grandmother had changed from being a trendy, been-drinking granny, to one who cooked things.

  26. The writer uses the quote(引语) at the beginning of the story to____________.

  A. tell us the truth about life

  B. tell us what life was like a long time ago

  C. point out what causes such a thing to happen

  D. point out that you experience some big problems and they may be the same

  27. In the passage the writer describes a picture to show that new inventions ____________.

  A. have stopped our lives

  B. have improved the quality of our lives

  C. may make people feel very happy

  D. may bring some people trouble

  28. The family chose to spend some time in a 1940s house because______________.

  A. they loved to live simple lives

  B. they wanted to know how people lived without modern inventions

  C. they were troubled by modern inventions

  D. living in a different time would be a lot of fun for them

  29. The passage is mainly about ____________.

  A. problems with technology

  B. improvements in our lives caused by technology

  C. changes happening to technology

  D. the importance of technology


  Lijiang, Yunnan, Dec. 17(Xinhuanet)—A film directed by the famous Chinese director Zhang Yimou, made its domestic debut(国内首映式)in Lijiang, where the film was shot, in southwest China’s Yunnan Province, on Friday night.

  The film, titled Riding Along for Thousands of Miles, was played by the Japanese actor TakakuraKen. It tells a story that Takada, a Japanese fisherman, fulfills(完成)the last wish of his dying son by traveling thousands of miles to China’s Yunnan Province to search for the secret behind a local opera play, called Riding Along for Thousands of Miles.

  Zhang Yimou, who has been Takakura’s admirer for almost 30 years, made the film just for

  fulfilling his own wish of working with Takakura Ken.

  The film made its global(全球的)bedut at the opening session of the 18th Tokyo International Film Festival on Oct. 22.

  Takakura, one of the best-known actors in Japan, has played roles in 204 films—including

  Zhang’s—and won world recognition(认可) after starting in the 1975 Sydney Pollack hit The Yakuza(71) and in Ridley Scott’s 1989 work Black Rain.

  Invested by the Beijing New Picture Edko Films, Riding Along for Thousands of Miles was

  made at a cost of 60 million yuan(about 7.3 million US dollars), much less than Zhang’s two previous films, Hero and House of Flying Daggers, both had been nominates(提名)for best foreign film Oscars.

  The film will be formally released in China on Dec. 22.

  30. One of the famous actors in Riding Along for Thousands of Miles is____________.

  A. Zhang Yimou B. Takakura Ken C. Takada D. Jiang Wen

  31. Riding Along For Thousands of Miles made its domestic debut in _____ and made its global debut in ____________.

  A. Beijing, Tokyo B. Lijiang, Tokyo

  C. Beijing, Tokyo D. Lijiang, London

  32. ____________ is not directed by Zhang Yimou.

  A. Riding Along For Thousands of Miles B. Hero

  C. Black rain D. House of Flying Daggers

  33. 6 million yuan is about ____________ million US dollars.

  A. 7 B. 7.3 C. 0.73 D. 3.7


  As we know, it is not easy to build a satellite. Building a traditional satellite normally takes years. The costs can be as high as $ 250 million or more. Most members of the design teams have worked in the field for a long time. They hold advanced degrees in math, science, or engineering.

  But things are changing. High costs, unusual educational requirements and long start-up times are no longer an obstacle to space exploration. The scientists at Stanford University have developed a new type of tiny, inexpensive earth-orbiting satellites that go from ideas to launch(发射) in a year.

  So far, college students have built and launched several cube-shaped satellites, or Cubesats. At least 15 more are ready to go. Those already in orbit(轨道) take pictures, collect information and send it back to the earth, just as regular satellites do.

  But you might not even have to wait until you get to college to start designing and building your own satellite. A new program called KatySat aims to get teenagers to take part. Once kids understand what satellites can do, says Ben Yuan, an engineer at Lockheed Martin in Menlo Park, Calif, the kinds of applications they’ll come up with may be countless.

  “We’d like to put this technology(技术) in your hands,” he tells kids. “We’re going to teach you how to operate a satellite. Then we want to turn it over to you as a sandbox for you to play in. We want you to take the technology into new directions that we haven’t thought of yet.”

  Education isn’t the only goal of CubeSats. Because these tiny, technology-filled boxes are relatively inexpensive to build and can be put together quickly, they’re perfect for testing new technologies that might one day be used on major space tasks.

  The biggest challenge now is to find ways to bring the satellites back to the earth after a year or two. Otherwise, major highways of space junk could gradually increase as CubeSats become more common.

  Nowdays challenge and high school students are getting a chance to learn what it takes to explore in space. Someday—perhaps a lot sooner than you imagine—you might get to design, build and launch your own satellite. If you do, you’re sure to have fun. And you might also get crazy about science for life.

  34.Compared with the traditional ones, the new satellites ___________.

  A. need long start-up times

  B. are low-cost and small-sized

  C. are very hard to operate

  D. collect more information in orbit

  35. What does the underlined word “obstacle” mean?

  A. An aim to achieve in the near future.

  B. An imagination that kids usually have.

  C. Something dangerous to terrify people.

  D. Something difficult that stands in the way.

  36. According to the passage, which of the following is true?

  A. CubeSats could possibly cause pollution in space.

  B. A few kids will send applications for the project.

  C. Scientists designed CubeSats for kids to play with.

  D. Students can’t design satellites without college education.

  37. What’s the purpose of the author writing the passage?

  A. To show that high technology brings a big change in kids’ life.

  B. To show that kids lead the space research into a new direction.

  C. To tell us that satellite technology can also be learned by kids.

  D. To tell us that kids must study hard to learn satellite technology.

  四 单词拼写

  38. The f horse can’t be controlled. What should I do? 39. I want to buy two b__________ of flowers.

  40. Paul walked into the bedroom s_______ for his wife and baby were sleeping.

  41. This kind of skirt looks nice and s_________ well.

  42. They lost t________ in the nice scenery and forgot everything.

  五 翻译句子

  43. 在很多国家狗常常做向导。

  Dogs are often _________ _________guides in many countries.

  44. 同桌送我的礼物100多元。

  The present _________my deskmate gave me _________ more _________ 100 yuan.

  45. 林涛需要买一辆新自行车。

  Lin Tao _________ _________ _________ a new bike.

  46. 大声朗读是练习发音的好方法。


  六、 书面表达


  时间:2005年8月8日 地点:青岛海滨



  参考词汇:Seashore , rough sea water, Typhoon No. 9

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