听下面9段对话，每段对话后有一个或一个以上小题，从题中所给的A. B. C 选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话前，你将有时间阅读各个小题。每小题5秒钟；听完后将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。
I. How much is the shirt?
A ￡ 19.13.
B ￡9.18. C. ￡ 9.15
1. What makes Tim upset?
A. The chemistry test.
B. The physics test.
C. The maths test.
2. Where is the man going?
A. To the teacher’s office.
B. To the bus stop.
C. To the hotel.
3. Whom will the man buy a T-shirt for?
A. His mother.
B. His father.
C. His brother.
4. How many children are there in Ann’s family?
5. When will the two speakers meet?
A. At 9.30 a.m.
B. At 9.00 a.m.
C. At 8.30 a.m.
6. What is the weather like tomorrow?
7. How does the woman know the weather?
A. By watching TV.
B. By listening to the radio.
C. By reading newspapers.
8. Which country is the new student from?
A . America. B. China. C. Italy.
9. What’s the relationshi p between the two speakers?
10. Who wants to go to China?
A. The boy.
B. The girl.
C. The new student.
11. Which subject does the woman want to improve?
A. Her English.
B. Her Spanish.
C. Her French
12. Who gives the woman the advice?
A. Mr Green.
B. Mr Black.
C. Mr Jackson.
13. What does the man suggest the woman getting?
B. A mobile phone.
C. A dictionary.
14. Why can’t Lin Lin go to Nan Nan’s birthday party?
A. Because she is too busy.
B. Because she doesn’t like parties.
C. Because her parents don’t allow her to.
15. Who usually buys the clothes for Lin Lin?
A. Her mother.
B. Her father.
C. Her sister.
16. What can Lin Lin do with her friends on Sunday nights?
A. Buy new clothes.
B. Play sports.
C. See movies.
从A、B、C、D选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。例It is generally considered unwise to give a child he or she wants.
D. whenever 答案是B。
21. I often go to the school library with friends at weekends.
22. Smoking kills, so you stop smoking.
23. We have not given up the search for the missing plane MH370, ?
A. don’t we
B. haven’t we
C. do we
D. have we
24. This is the city Daniel visited last summer vacation.
25. ______ is reported that the No.2 Underground in Changsha is now in use.
26. Sarah wants to know s he has passed the exam or not.
27. Travelling a good way to learn about the world.
28. The 31st Summer Olympic Games _____ in Brazil in 2016.
A. have held
C. are held
D. will be held
29. Both Jeff and Joan have been learning Chinese they came to China in 2013.
30. You can ask your teachers you when you have trouble.
C. to help
Have you ever heard the radio club in our school? It is great because it is run by the students for the school. Kate Jones is 31 as she is one of the hosts.
It was 32 two years ago. One day, Kate just began thinking about 33 for everyone, so she asked the headmaster if music could be played during break times. He agreed to the 34 , and two years later Kate is in charge of the radio club 35 the oldest student member. The club is much more than music. Every morning the hosts 36 their schoolmates about the weather, recent news, and some special messages that they are required to broadcast.
When parents come to visit the school and talk to the teachers, Kate and her fellows 37 play songs sung by students, and also give messages to inform the 38 of events such as outings and school plays. At the end of the school year, many students who are graduating use the 39 to give messages to their close friends and teachers.
Kate says she will miss the radio club after graduation, 40 she knows that it will continue without her.
31. A. afraid B. shy C. lucky D. angry
32. A. started B. made C. found D. ended
33. A. paintings B. sport C. s tories D. music
34. A. order B. question C. idea D. speech
35. A. to B. about C. as D. from
36. A. tell B. warn C. call D. ask
37. A. never B. often C. seldom D. hardly
38. A. foreigners B. reporters C. friends D. parents
39. A. club B. party C. team D. class
40. A. thus B. but C. or D. so
Lily went to London with her parents for a two-week vacation. She sent postcards to her friends.
This is a beautiful city and I like it very much. You can see parks here and there.
London is a busy city and so many people are living here. There are always a lot of
41. The postcards you read were all sent by
. A. Tan Xiao B. Lei Fang C. Wang Lin D. Lily
42. Which of the following places has Lily NOT visited yet?
A. The River Thames.
B. The Tower of Bridge.
C. Buckingham Palace.
D. Oxford University.
43. What does Lily think of the people in London?
A. Friendly and helpful.
B. Beautiful and interesting.
C. Amazing and famous.
D. Busy and tiring.
44. What Lily doesn’t like about London is its .
As time goes on, people have come to realize the importance of protecting the environment. But they can’t deal with everything by themselves. Take small steps, and you can make a difference.
● Think Green. Think about the environment as you live your life. If you turn off lights and TV when leaving the room, you’ll save energy. If you take shorter showers, you will save water.
● Shop Green. Shopping is fun, but buying things you don’t need is wasteful and even bad for the earth. Before you buy something, ask yourself how much you will use it, and whenever possible, buy things locally made instead of those shipped from far away.
● Dress Green. What really matters is not the colour. It ’s how the clothes were made. So look for products made from environmentally friendly(环保的）materials.
● Study Green. What’s better than learning about the environment? Save it while you learn. It can be as simple as using both sides of a piece of paper before you recycle it.
45. What does the writer want us to do?
A. Know some facts.
B. Deal with everything at once.
C. Protect the environment.
D. Make no difference.
46. How many steps can we take according to the text?
47. Which of the following is the writer’s idea?
A. Take a shower as long as possible.
B. Wear clothes whose colour is green.
C. Buy things that are locally made.
D. Use only one side of a piece of paper.
48. The text is most probably written for .
D. all people
Pearl S. Buck was a very popular American writer of her day. She was famous for her books about China. Pearl was born in 1892 in West Virginia, America, but she spent almost half of her 81 -year-long life in China.
Pearl spent her youth in Jiangsu Province, China. She learned to speak Chinese before she could speak English. Her mother had travelled widely in her youth and liked literature very much. After being educated by her mother and by a Chinese teacher, Pearl S. Buck went to school in Shanghai at the age of fifteen. She continued her education in the United States at a Woman’s College to study psychology(心理举). After graduation in 19.14，she returned to China. In the 1920s, her family moved to Nanjing, where she taught English and American literature at a university.
As a writer, Pearl S. Buck’s book, The Good Earth, appeared in 1.931 and sold quite well in its first year. It has been translated into over thirty languages. In 1938，she became the third American to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. By the time of her death in March, 1973，Pearl had published more than seventy books.
49. Pearl S. Buck was born in West Virginia, America in .
50. Which of the following is NOT true about Pearl S. Buck?.
A. She lived in Jiangsu Province in her youth.
B. She was able to speak English before she spoke Chinese.
C. Her mother and a Chinese teacher had educated her.
D. She studied at a Woman’s College in the United States.
51. Pearl S. Buck won the Nobel Prize for Literature because of her
A. education in China
B. experiences in America
. C. The Good Earth D. psychology books
52. What can be the best title for the text?
A. Pearl S. Buck’s Family
B. Pearl S. Buck’s Life Story
C. Pearl S. Buck’s Books
D. Pearl S. Buck’s Job as a Teacher
This report is about how to be polite. It examines how we can make our language more polite and how we can make sure we do not upset people from another culture.
It has been found that words such as ‘would’ and ‘could’ can be used to help us to be more polite. For example, it is much better to say ‘Would you do this?’ rather than ‘Do this!’ It is very useful to say ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. People from the West like to use these words in cases where some people in Asia may not think it necessary. Saying ‘sorry’ if we interrupt or disagree with someone also helps us to be polite. For example, when we disagree, it is much better to say ‘I’m sorry, but I think you may be mist aken.’ rather than ‘You’re wrong!’ We also ought to show respect for people older than us. Of course, this is true in most countries.
In conclusion, we need to know the customs of a country that we do not make other people embarrassed or annoyed.
iPads for Apes
Humans love iPads. And it seems animals do, too! Zookeepers at Miami's
Jungle Island Zoo are teaching apes how to use the popular Apple gadget(小装
置）so that the apes can communicate with their keepers.
“Apes have all the intelligence they need to communicate with us ，” said zookeeper Linda. “But what they don ’t have is developed vocal chords(声带）and voice boxes. An iPad gives them a voice.” The apes use the iPads to tell their keepers what they want for lunch. The keeper holds the tablets(牌）to the cage and the apes point to the pictures of the vegetables they feel like eating. “Some of them like carrots more than they like beets(甜菜根).And don ’t we all want to have that choice?” said Linda.
Meanwhile, the zookeepers are also making new plans with the purpose of helping apes at different zoos communicate with each other through iPads.
58. Where are the zookeepers teaching the apes to use iPads?(回答词数不超过 12 个）
59. What don ’t the apes have according to the text ?(回答词数不超过 9 个）
60. Why are the zookeepers making new plans at the same time?(回答词数不超过 15个） 第四部分写作技能（共两节，满分25分）
请根据上下文内容，将文中划线部分译成汉语或者英语，并将答案转写到答题卡上。 Sandy was the last to arrive at the museum. She was so tired that she had to find a chair to sit on. Once she sat down, 61. she noticed a nice painting on the wall. She stared at it for a long time —so long, that she fell asleep.
Suddenly, 62. 她能听到有人在唱歌.She went to see who it was but there was nobody in sight. She was confused. Then she turned to a painting on the wall. It was the Mona Lisa. She was interested in the painting. To her surprise, Mona Lisa was singing loudly.
She wandered to the other side of the hall and came across another painting on the wall.
63. There was a woman in a beautiful dress walking in the painting. The woman smiled at Sandy and reached out her hand towards her. Sandy was sure she could smell the flowers she was wearing. Then 64. the woman offered her a big, red apple. Sandy hesitated about whether she should eat it. She felt very hungry. “It looks delicious, Sandy thought. She bit into the apple. 65 它尝起来很甜.
66最近，你班召开了一次以“What Makes a Good Student ”为主题的班会，请综合以下
What Makes a Good Student
Recently we have had a heated discussion about what makes a good student. Different students have different ideas.
1—5 CABBA 6—10 CBBCA 11—16 ABCCAC
17. (the year) 2020 18. big 19. think 20. take
21—25 ACDBA 26—30 GADBC 31—35 CADCC 36—40 ABDAB
41—44 DDAA 45—48 CBCD 49—52 ABCB
53. Polite 54. another culture/other cultures 55. sorry/I’m sorry
56. Conclusion 57. annoyed 58. At Miami's Jungle Island Zoo. 或At the zoo.
或They are teaching them to use iPads at Miami’s Jungle Island Zoo.
59. Developed vocal chords and voice boxes.
或They don’t have developed vocal chords and voice boxes.
60. To help apes at different zoos communicate with each other through iPads.
或Because they want to help apes at different zoos communicate with each other through iPads.
62. she could hear someone/somebody singing
65. It tasted (very) sweet
66. One possible version
Recently we have had a heated discussion about what makes a good student. Different students have different ideas.
Zhang Lin says a good student should be honest and kind to others. In other words, he never betrays his friends. Wang Qin adds that a good student is always ready to help his friends when they are in trouble. However, Liu Fang thinks that a good student is one who focuses on his studies. He makes Ml use of his time to learn both in and out of class. Hard work truly comes first no matter how brilliant he is. Lu Kai voices his opinion that besides studying, he also likes sport and takes part in after-school activities.
In my opinion, a good student should develop in an all-round manner.