英 语 试 题
本试题分选择题部分和非选择题部分，共 10 页，满分为 150 分。考试用时 120 分钟。 答题
答题时，选择题部分用 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑；非选择题部分，用 0.5
I ．听力测试 (30 分)
选择题部分 共 105 分
1. A. Good morning! B. Spell it, please! C. Please be quiet!
2. A. Is there a bank near here? B. Do you have a soccer ball? C. Would you like some milk?
3. A. She ’s going to study computer. B. I’m more outgoing than her. C. He is smarter than me.
4. A. When is your birthday? B. Where ’s her schoolbag? C. What ’s his favorite subject?
5. A. He swims twice a week. B. We are listening to music. C. They really help me a lot.
B) 听录音，从每题A 、B 、C 三幅图画中选出与听到的对话内容相符的一项。每段对话听两遍。
6. A. B. C.
7. A. B. C.
8. A. B. C.
9. A. B. C.
10. A. B. C.
11. A. Tomorrow afternoon. B. On Friday. C. On Saturday.
12. A. For two years. B. For five years. C. Since he was five.
13. A. ? 40. B. ? 180. C. ? 350.
14. A. 6:30 a.m. B. 8:30 a.m. C. 9:00 a.m.
15. A. She thinks it’s amazing. B. She thinks it’s dangerous. C. Sh e thinks it’s a safe hobby.
16. A. At home. B. At school. C. In a club.
17. A. She reads a book. B. She goes for a walk. C. She plays with her dog.
18. A. Maths. B. Science. C. History.
19. A. Do her homework. B. Go to school by bus. C. Talk with her teachers.
20. A. Once a week. B. Twice a week. C. Every day.
II．读音选词根据所给句意和音标，从每题A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出一个最佳答案。（5 分）
21. It’s a /b?d/ habit to put off today’s work till tomorrow.
22. I /ki?p/ an English diary every day to improve my writing skills.
23. We can buy a lot of things with money, but it doesn’t always /br??/ happiness.
24. We must be more careful and try to /?'v??d/ making the same mistakes.
25. To cut down waste /p?'lu:?n/, we should take our own bags to go shopping.
III．选择填空从每题A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出一个最佳答案。（20 分）
26. —Tim, put on your coat, or you may have cold on such a cold day.
27. —Dave, what do you want to eat for lunch? I’ll prepare earlier today.
—Thanks, Grandma. I want to eat some with eggs and tomatoes.
28. —Ann, when do you plan to go for your ten-day holiday?
—Next month. I’m going away on the and coming back on the 12th.
29. —Shall we sit in the corner or by the window?
—. I don’t mind.
30. —Dad, what are you looking at?
—An old photo. It taken a long time ago.
31. —To keep the kids , parents should put away the things like knives in the house.
—I can’t agree more.
32. —The fish in the pool great.
—Yeah, they are swimming freely and happily.
33. —How much chocolate ice cream would you like, Linda?
—, please. It’s my favorite.
A. Only a little
B. Just a few
C. A lot
34. —Do you know where Jeff is? Is he still in the office?
—He was here earlier, but he go home now.
35. —More and more cities in China begin to build subways!
—That’s right! It will make our lives than before.
A. the busiest
C. the easiest
36. —How do you like the new film The Wandering Earth (流浪地球)？
—. Besides, we can learn a lot about space science.
A. I can’t stand it
B. Pretty good
C. It’s terrible
D. It’s boring
37. —I’m nervous about the coming speech competition. What can I do?
—. You can make it.
A. Be hard on yourself
B. Mind your manners
C. Keep your cool
D. You’re kidding
38. Which of the following pictures shows the mascot of Beijing Expo (世园会) 2019?
39. —popular the Tik Tok (抖音) is!
—Yes, more and more people in China are using it.
C. What a
D. What an
40. —Do you dream of being a doctor or a pilot?
—. I want to work for people’s health.
A. A pilot
B. Yes, I do
C. No, I’m not
D. A doctor
41. —We are not supposed to the bus until the bus stops.
—That’s right. Safety comes first.
A. put off
B. get off
C. take off
D. go off
42. —Tom, will Jenny join us in the book sale tomorrow?
—I’m afraid not. She herself badly while playing tennis.
B. is hurting
C. will hurt
43. —Mike, can you play soccer with us on Saturday afternoon?
—, but I promised to fly kites with Jack.
B. Yes, I can
C. I’d love to
D. No problem
44. —Hi, Jacob! Do you go to the cinema a lot?
—No, I to the cinema for ages.
A. didn’t go
B. haven’t gone
C. have been
D. haven’t been
45. —Gina, I’d like to visit Alan tomorrow. Could you tell me ?
—Sorry, I don’t know his address, either.
A. where does he live
B. where he lives
C. where he lived
D. where did he live
IV．完形填空阅读短文，从每题A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出一个能填入文章中相应空白处的最佳答案。（15 分）
Special homework was given to the students in Grade Four at a primary school in Foshan, Guangdong this April, that is to say, the children must 46 100 million grains (颗粒) of rice. A maths teacher Miss Chang asked her students to 47 the homework in two days. If some students 48 to finish in time, they would go on counting the rice at the weekend. Some parents thought that if it took a 49 to count three grains, it would take more than a year to count 100 million grains of rice.
50 , others thought it was a good idea. A parent surnamed Lin said it could 51 students to use their brains. “I will 52 my daughter to count 100 or 1,000 grains of rice first, and then
53 them and multiply (乘以) the figure to reach 100 million grains of rice. So she will have a clear 54 of the number 100 million,” she said. “The special homework could 55 help develop children’s patience,” Lin added.
Some Internet users also praised the special homework for encouraging children to 56 new ways to do their homework.
Miss Chang said earlier this week that she hoped the students could learn knowledge 57 practical activities. She said she was 58 that 10 of her more than 40 students had finished the special homework by using cups or other 59 to count the rice. The homework helps students develop their abilities to 60 problems. It’s good for them.
46. A. cook B. buy C. count D. pick
47. A. start B. finish C. master D. copy
48. A. had B. went C. failed D. asked
49. A. second B. minute C. hour D. day
50. A. But B. However C. So far D. First of all
51. A. invite B. allow C. tell D. encourage
52. A. ask B. let C. make D. hope
53. A. cut B. weigh C. cook D. taste
54. A. answer B. understanding C. task D. grain
55. A. still B. already C. yet D. also
56. A. think about B. think of C. think over D. think out
57. A.from B. in C. by D. on
58. A. sad B. angry C. happy D. enjoyable
59. A. tools B. machines C. facts D. opinions
60. A. find B. discuss C. delete D. solve
V．补全对话阅读对话，从每题A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出一个最佳答案完成对话。（5 分）Leo: Hi, Ann! It’s Leo. I’m taking some friends to the cinema for my birthday next week. 61 Ann:I’d love to, thanks! Which day?
Leo: Well, my birthday is on Wednesday, but I’m going out with my family then, so it’ll be on Thursday. Is that OK?
Leo: An adventure film, called Antikar. That’s A-N-T-I-K-A-R.
Ann: Oh, I’ve heard it’s really good! So which cinema is it? 63
Leo: It’s in Cross Street. It’s nicer than the one in South Street.
Leo: At a quarter to six. And when it finishes at eight o’clock, we’ll eat at the pizza place next door. Ann: OK.65
Leo: Mm, cars aren’t allowed to park there, so it’ll be easier for them to wait by the library. Why don’t you tell them that?
Ann: Good idea.
61. A. Do you plan to go? B. Would you like to come?
C. Shall we go hiking?
D. Are you busy for the test?
62. A. How’s your birthday? B. Why are you inviting your friends?
C. Which film are we going to see?
D. Where are we going to see the film?
63. A. I’ll meet you there. B. I’ll need a snack.
C. It’s far from my home.
D. I’ll be lost.
64. A. How long does it last? B. What time does it start?
C. Is it the afternoon show?
D. When does it end?
65. A. Do you drive a car to the restaurant? B. There’s no bus station near the restaurant.
C. The restaurant is next to the library.
D. My parents will drive there to pick me up. VI．阅读理解阅读下列短文，从每题A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出一个能回答所提问题或完成所给句子的最佳答案。（30 分）
It seems that a cat and a mouse just can’t get along well. Cats always like to catch mice. When a mouse meets a cat, the mouse will try to run away as fast as possible.
Once upon a time, on a sunny fall afternoon, a young mouse ran around for fun under a tall tree by himself. He kicked up a small piece of rock. The rock went up to the air then dropped down hitting a baby cat. The baby cat was only a few weeks old. She looked at the mouse and said to herself, “He must have lots of power because he could kick up a piece of rock to hit me.” She felt scared.
It made the young mouse very proud. He told his friends, the other mice, “Everybody says that a mouse is afraid of a cat, but today a cat was afraid of me.” So the mouse said that he would not run away any more. His friends explained that it was just an accident. The baby cat was too young to know a mouse. When the baby cat grew up to become a big cat, it would be different. So the other mice advised the young mouse that he must still run away when he saw a cat. But the self-important mouse would not take the advice.
One year later, the baby cat grew up and became a big cat. One day, under the same tall tree, when the big cat showed up, all the mice ran away except the young mouse. He remained staying there without moving.
In another minute, the most stupid mouse was killed by the cat without realizing the reason.
66. On a sunny fall afternoon, went up to hit a baby cat.
A. a tall tree
B. a piece of rock
C. a young mouse
D. a large stone
67. The young mouse was very proud because .
A. the mouse caught the cat
B. the cat was afraid of him
C. the mouse kicked up a rock
D. the cat ran away at once
68. The other mice advised the young mouse to when he saw the cat.
A. stay there
B. show up
C. grow up
D. run away
69. , the young mouse met the cat again.
A. One day later
B. One year later
C. In another minute
D. A few weeks later
70. Which of the following is the best title of this passage?
A. A Stupid Mouse
B. A Big Cat
C. A Small Rock
D. The Same Tree
In an Italian school, the students are taking a science lesson.
Mr Marco, their teacher, explains, “F or part of our lesson today, some of you are going to visit the Lakeside Park to study trees in natural surroundings. You will be looking carefully and thinking about the conditions trees need to grow.”
Mr Marco and the group walk to the woodland where there are many beautiful trees. The students are required to match the trees with the names of three trees on their question paper. Two students try guessing the height of young trees. Then they measure the distance from a young tree to the parent tree by counting their steps between the trees. One of the students reminds them to stay on task and follow the group. The rest of the group see several trees matching the descriptions on their task list and run towards them.
Mr Marco gives the students three large plastic bowls with three labels (标签). The students begin to search under each tree and find things to fill the labelled bowls. They put the things they find into a bowl labelled red birch. Then they find the other two trees, a Tibetan cherry, and a paperbark maple with red and orange curly leaves. Once the students have finished, they relax, draw and make notes.
When the group return to school, Mr Marco gives them special glasses to look through. They begin to sort and order their collections. Two of the students put tiny seeds between two pieces of glass. They examine them carefully. Two more students pour water into a metal container (容器) to cover some leaves and dead flowers. They put on special gloves to stir the liquid (液体) as the container heats up on a hotplate. Two other students are drawing and taking notes.
Then Mr Marco calls the group together. The group tell the class about the things they saw and the results of their experiments (实验). Mr Marco thanks the group and says he hopes to see the results of their experiments growing in the school garden.
71. The students visit the park to .
A. walk round the lake
B. discuss ideas about plants
C. study trees in the natural world
D. guess the height of trees
72. In the park, the students are asked to .
A. carry out more than one task
B. measure the height of young trees
C. finish their activities by counting steps
D. match trees to the names on a list
73. Before the students leave the park, they need to .
A. gather all the large and small seeds together
B. put all their nature study materials into containers
C. show Mr Marco their drawings of flowers
D. count all the leaves under the trees
74. After the group arrive back in school, they do all the following things EXCEPT .
A. study natural materials with special glasses
B. sort and order their collections
C. draw and take notes
D. heat natural materials to make a plant food
75. What do the students share with the rest of the class at the end of the lesson?
A. Their guesses about nature.
B. Their collections of natural materials.
C. The results of their observations and experiments.
D. Answers to all the questions on the task list.
Many schools want to see young children spend more time learning. Some get rid of nap time. They think time spent sleeping is wasted time. And they feel kids may not really need to nap (午睡) anyway.
Ending afternoon naps might be a mistake, though. A new study looked at
school nap time. It shows that going without a nap can cause problems for some
children. That makes it harder for them to remember what they learn. The new
study was done by Rebecca Spencer and Tracy Riggins. Both are scientists who
study learning and memory.
Children need less sleep as they get older. However, children are not all the same. They stop needing to nap at different ages. Some stop napping every day by age 4. Others still nap daily at age 6. Also, the need to nap doesn’t just suddenly disappear, Spencer said. It can come and go as children develop. Children grow very quickly. All that growth can be tiring. Children may be fine without naps at one point. A month later, they may need to take naps again.
All children need a good night’s sleep in order to remember and learn. However, some children need more sleep than others. To keep what they’ve learned, these children need to nap during the day. Nighttime sleep just isn’t enough. Riggins and Spencer set out to prove this. They asked children at six preschools to play a memory game. After the children finished the game, some were told to nap. The others were kept from napping. The following morning, the two scientists brought the children back. They wanted to test how much the children remembered from the day before. They found some big differences. Students who were kept awake forgot more than students who had napped.
Scientist Peg Oliveira has also studied nap time. She says school naps can be particularly important for kids who might be suffering from (遭受) tough times at home. They often get less sleep at home than other kids. Some do not have their own room. Others may be homeless at times.
“Those kids might not be having a solid night of sleep,” Oliveira said. For them, school nap time is extra important.
76. The underline phrase “get rid of” in Paragraph 1 can most probably be changed by “ ”
A. don’t mind
B. are afraid of
C. keep away from
D. happily agree
77. From the study of Rebecca Spencer and Tracy Riggins, the need to nap depends on
A. how old the children are
B. children’s development
C. children’s sleeping hours at night
D. children’s timetable
78. According the passage,which of the followings is NOT TRUE?
A. Children who often nap can remember what they learn easily.
B. In the game, the students who had napped get better results.
C. The kids who had hard times may not need more naps.
D. Some children need to nap because they don’t have enough sleep time at night.
79. According to the passage, the writer is eager to tell us that .
A. children do not pay attention to naps at school
B. children need both night’s sleep and school nap
C. there are just two ages for children to stop daily naps
D. nap time is very important during the growth of children
80. The passage is most probably taken from .
A. a science magazine
B. a news report
C. a story book
D. a history research
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Last year, my school organized a table-tennis competition for all fourth-year students. I took part in it. My first match was (81) Emilio Ramos, who used a special bat to hit the ball really hard. It came over the net so fast that I (82) saw it. I never stopped running and jumping, and soon I was out of (83) and had very little energy left. I was (84) that Emilio would easily beat me, but then, suddenly, he stopped. He had an injury to (85) left ankle and he needed help from the school nurse. So at last, I won the match surprisingly.
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Nowadays, studen ts’ spare time is always full of tiring and boring homework and many students have to attend after-school classes at weekends. Their hobbies (86) out sometimes. Under such great pressure, students are in great need of a hobby. A hobby can make us (87)_ ourselves. I have been interested in playing badminton since I was six years old. My grandfather taught me how to play it. I think it (88) my lifetime hobby.
I really enjoy the time spent playing badminton. I become more energetic after I play badminton and can put more effort into my studies. At the same time, some students in my class like playing badminton so much that they (89) a team and already taken part in several competitions against other classes.
Badminton has brought me a lot. I think everyone (90) to develop at least one type of hobby which can keep their life full and happy.
91. They are watching Captain Marvel in the cinema. (改为否定句)
They watching Captain Marvel in the cinema.
92. Patrick and I have known each other since we were at school. (就句子画线部分提问)
have you and Patrick known each other?
93. “Can you join me in Plant for the Planet to help save the earth? ” The teacher asked Fred. (改
The teacher asked Fred he join him in Plant for the Planet to help save
94. Parents’ love encourages us to overcome the difficulties in our life. (改写句子，句意不变)
Parents’ love encourages us to succeed in the difficulties in our life.
95. In 2018, the number of overseas students returning to China after completing their studies was
519,400 in total. (改写句子，句意不变)
In 2018, the number of overseas students returning to China was
519,400 in total.
Julia doesn’t very often.
Studying hard is one of the most useful ways to succeed.
Nowadays, there are more and more new ways to things we buy, which makes our life much more convenient.
99. 马旭，2019 年感动中国十大人物之一，把积攒下来的1000 万元钱都捐赠给家乡，用以发
Ma Xu,who was among10people awarded the“Touching China”award in2019,
ten million RMB that she saved to her hometown to develop education.
The World of Chinese provides a great platform for those who deep interest in China, which helps them know more about the country, the language and its culture.
Jamie Oliver is one of the Britain’s most talented and successful chefs (厨师). He has always had a passion for food and cooking. 101. This is where he learned much of what he knows today. However it wasn’t until later, while working at the well-known River Café, that he was discovered by people working in television. At just 21, Jamie became famous with his first series television programs that have been shown all over the world. 102. A lot for someone so young to achieve!
As his success grew, Jamie needed a new challenge. He wanted to “give something back” to the cooking business. 103. Many of the young people who came to work there hadn’t done so well at school or had problems finding work, so this was like a second chance for them.
TARGETING SCHOOL FOOD
Realizing that he could create real, positive change through food and cooking, Jamie turned his attention to the food given to British children at school. 104. He knew things needed to change. Understanding the power of television, Jamie based himself in a school cafeteria and proved that with hard work, change was possible. Jamie’s School Dinners was again shown all over the world.
GETTING BACK TO BASICS
Jamie also decided to make a difference in people’s homes. 105. In 2010, he also developed a new qualification (资格), “Jamie’s Home Cooking Skills”, which is offered in high schools around the UK and teaches children practical cooking skills and basic food knowledge.
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