第一部分： 听力（共20 小题，每题1.５分，共30分）
1. How old is the school at the time of the talk?
A. More than 5 years. B. More than 15 years. C. More than 100 years.
2. What does the woman suggest?
A. The man should try harder. B. The man should give up. C . She could help the man.
3. Why does the man come to the Great Wall again?
A. He finds it a very interesting place. B. It is a place of interest. C . The Great Wall has a long history.
4. When is the pop show?
A. At 7:30. B. At 8:20. C . At 8:30.
5. What's the total area of the Forbidden City?
A. 15,000 square metres. B. 150,000 square metres. C. 9,000 square metres.
6. What did the man do yesterday?
A. He had a rest. B. He took some exams. . C. He looked for a job.
7. Why does the man want a job?
A. Because he needs money. B. Because he needs experience. C. Because he is out of work now.
8. Where can Mark find job information?
A. On television. B. In the paper. C. Over the radio.
9. What does the woman's father grow more?
A. Wheat. B. Potatoes. C. Other things.
10. When was the house built?
A. Almost 300 years ago. B. In 1938. C. In 1983.
11. What are they going to do when they've seen everything?
A. Keep cows. B. Ride horses. C. Change the building.
12. What is the woman most probably?
A. A teacher. B. A tourist. C. A driver.
13. What places does the woman specially want to visit?
A. The Summer Palace and the Great Wall.
B. The Summer Palace and Ming Tombs.
C. The Great Wall and the Temple of Heaven.
14. How long does it take to the Great Wall by car from where they are?
A. Half an hour. B. One hour. C. One and a half hours.
15. Why does Mary not plan to buy eggs?
A. Because she won't go shopping.
B. Because the children do not like eggs.
C. Because Mrs. White has bought them for her.
16. What is Mary going to buy？
A. Pears and apples . B. Pears and peaches. C. Apples and peaches.
17. Who is Steve most possibly?
A. Mary's son. B. Mary's husband. C. Mary's close friend.
18. What was found in 1922?
A. A tomb of a king Egypt.
B. A tomb of a rich person in France.
C. A tomb of an English king in England.
19. What the highest value of the things in the tomb?
A. They can attract many visitors.
B. They show the living conditions of Egyptians in the past.
C. They are worth lots of money.
20. Who is the speaker?
A. A tourist. B. A guide. C. A student studying history.
21. Don't you remember _____?
A. seeing the man before B. to see the man before
C. saw the man before D. to have seen the man before
22. Many people agree that ____ knowledge of English is a must in ____ international trade today.
A. a ; / B. the ; an C. the ; the D. / ; the
23. -Our team has won the football game. -The news sounds ________ .
A. encourage B. encouraged C. encouraging D. to encourage
24. -Where did you put the book? -I put it on the shelf _____ I took it.
A. there B. where C. which D. that
25. -Let's have a long-time holiday this year together with John.
-Maybe he can no longer ____ to go on holiday this year, since she lost his job.
A. like B. accept C. manage D. afford
26. The famous actor ________ a policeman in the film, who is loyal to his duty.
A. grows B. enjoys C. works D. plays
27. Where was ________ you met with the famous scientist?
A. it that B. it C. the place D. there
28. The sick boy, as well as his parents, ________ to the hospital.
A. sends B. send C. were sent D. was sent
29. Last year I was on the flight across the Pacific Ocean________ a plane crashed.
A. while B. when C. as D. as soon as
30. Some animals use their colors to________ themselves from ________.
A. prevent ...hurting B. protect ...hurt
C. protect...being hurt D. prevent...hurt
31．If you were ____ on an island, you may feel ____ .
A. alone ...alone B. lonely...lonely C. lonely ... alone D. alone ... lonely
32. He told me to ________ myself at home.
A. find B. feel C. hunt D. make
33. --- I have won a holiday for two to Australia. I _______ my English teacher.
--- That will be a happy surprise to her.
A. am taking B. have taken C. take D. took
34. You can find a man ________ can help you.
A. who B. whom C. which D. whose]
35．The old couple have two children, ___ able to come to see them when they feel lonely, however.
A．both of them are B．none of them are
C．both of whom are D．neither of whom is
第二节 完形填空 （每题1．5分，共30分）
Long ago, the first travellers went to Ireland from Scotland, and later from the south and west of Europe. They found that much of the 36 was poor. But there was 37 grass for sheep and cows, because it rained so much. The seas around 38 were full of all sorts of fish.
Many of the 39 were very poor. The 40 mainly on potatoes. Around 1850, a terrible disease 41 the potato crop, and 42 went bad in the soil . Tens of thousands of people died of 43 . Many had to 44 Ireland and travelled to Britain or to North America to look for a better 45 . Although many 46 became separated, people 47 kept in touch with each other. Today, life has 48 for the population, although many farmers in the west 49 to lead a simple life .
Most Irish people go to 50 every Sunday and the church plays an 51 part in people's lives. The Irish are very 52 of music and poems. In towns and villages people 53 together in the evening to sing and play 54 . They also get together to read their own 55 to each other.
36. A. crop B. water C. land D. country
37. A. no B. hardly C. lots D. enough
38. A. Ireland B. Scotland C. Europe D. America
39. A. travellers B. peasants C. foreigners D. workers
40. A. worked B. helped C. lived D. moved
41. A. happened B. hit C. hurt D. turned
42. A. potatoes B. grass C. soil D. fish
43. A. disease B. old age C. hunger D. pains
44. A. return B. move C. stay D. leave
45. A. home B. life C. work D. crop
46. A. places B. families C. travellers D. plants
47. A. hardly B. friendly C. still D. never
48. A. been hard B. improved C. grown D. kept
49. A. continue B. agree C. hope D. stop
50. A. church B. theater C. cinema D. games
51. A. difficult B. funny C. important D. simple
52. A. full B. tired C. afraid D. fond
53. A. spend B. join C. wait D. visit
54. A. games B. football C. music D. toys
55. A. letters B. compositions C. poems D. sentences
第三部分 ：阅读理解 （共20小题，每题2分，共40分）
Koeler took special notice of the tall woman who was nicely dressed, but she was wearing ugly, thick-soled(厚底) shoes.
Now the woman was taken to a room for questioning. There it was found that the soles of the shoes were hollow(中空的). They were opened. Some diamonds fell out on the floor. Their total weight was 3377 carats(克拉).
The young woman broke down in tears. Then she told her story. For years she had dreamed of coming to live in America, she said. At last she had managed to get the papers she needed to come to the U.S. Then a strange man called on her. He said he would pay for her trip and give her one hundred dollars. All she had to do was to smuggle the diamonds past the U.S. Customs(海关). The man gave her the shoes and also brought her a plane ticket. Just before she got on the plane, he gave her an envelope. He said that it was the hundred dollars he had promised.
The weeping woman handed the envelope to Koeler. He tore it open. There was only eighteen dollars. She was cheated. In the end the woman was tried and sentenced to eighteen months in prison for her part in the smuggling.
56. Where did the story happen?
A. At an airport. B. At a police station.
C. At a railway station. D. In a custom office in China.
57. The underlined word "smuggling " in this passage most probably means_____.
A. 偷税 B. 经营 C. 走私 D. 交换
58. The woman had agreed to smuggle the diamonds______.
A. in order to get the papers she needed B. in hope of selling them
C. in return for some money and a free trip D. so as to share them with the man
59. Which is the right order of the events(事件)given in the passage?
a. She wanted to live in the U.S. b. She arrived in the U.S.
c. She was given an envelope. d. She was given a plane ticket.
e. She was found out. f. She was put into prison.
Thanksgiving Day is always celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. It is the most traditional American holiday. The first Thanksgiving Day was held in Massachusetts in 1621. After a year of great hardship, the colonist (移民) wanted to give thanks to God for their first harvest. They invited their Indian friends to join them in a big feast ( 盛宴). Today the holiday is still celebrated as a day for giving thanks. But it wasn't a regular national holiday until Present Lincoln declared that the last Thursday in November would be there after Thanksgiving Day in 1863. It is a day of family reunion ( 团圆) and it is customary (风俗的) to invite friends to share the meal. In some large cities, there are important football games that are played on Thanksgiving Day.
For Americans, Thanksgiving Day is one of the few days of the year when the entire family gets together. Everyone is glad to see everyone else and there is a very busy exchange of greetings. The women soon disappear into the kitchen to help prepare the dinner. The men, meanwhile, settle down to watch a football game on television, or to discuss business or politics. If weather permits, some of the more athletic men go outside to play ball games with the children. Then everyone will sit down to dinner, in which traditional Thanksgiving foods such as stuffed turkey, sweet potatoes, chestnuts, and pumpkin pies are served. After dinner, people will sit around and talk.
60. _____ serves as the best title for the passage.
A. "Thanksgiving Dinner" B. "Thank God for a Good Harvest"
C. "Thanksgiving Foods" D. "Thanksgiving, a National Holiday"
61. Which of the following statements about Thanksgiving Day is NOT true?
A. It falls on the same day in November every year.
B. It is the most traditional American holiday.
C. It is a regular national holiday.
D. It is a day of family reunion.
62. All of the following are customs associated with ( 与 ......有联系) Thanksgiving Day EXCEPT _____.
A. family members usually get together on Thanksgiving Day
B. people send greeting cards to each other
C. in some cities, there are important football games
D. people usually have Thanksgiving dinner served with traditional Thanksgiving foods
63. President Lincoln is mentioned because _________.
A. it is President Lincoln who made Thanksgiving Day a regular national holiday
B. President Lincoln once took part in the celebration of Thanksgiving Day
C. President Lincoln introduced the Indian holiday day to the Americans
D. President Lincoln is the first US President
A man had to go to court（法院）after he broke the law, and he asked his lawyer which judge would be hearing his case（案例）. His lawyer told him the judge's name and asked,"Do you know him?"The man answered,"No, but I want to know his name so that I can send him some valuable(贵重的) gifts."The lawyer got angry. "You can't do that,"he said."If you should do that, you would be breaking the law seriously and you are sure to lose the case."
Some weeks later the case was heard and the man won it in the end. As he was leaving the court, he said to his lawyer, "My present to the judge was quite successful, wasn't it?"The lawyer was even more surprised when he heard this. He asked, "What? Did you really send him some valuable gifts although I told you not to?""Yes, certainly I did."answered the man. "But I put my enemy's name on the card which I sent with the present."
64. The man wanted to know the judge's name because he_________.
A. wanted to explain his case to the judge B. wanted to make friends with the judge
C. meant to have the judge decide in his favor D. would like to know if the judge was fair
65. The lawyer wanted the man not to send the judge gifts because_________.
A. that would make him lose the case B. that would not satisfy the judge a lot
C. the judge would possibly turn down the gifts D. the judge would prefer money to the gifts
66. The man won the case because_________.
A. of his valuable gifts
B. the judge thought that it was the man's enemy who had sent the present
C. the judge liked the present very much D. the man was honest
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Arr. Beijing 16:00 67．The above is a _____.
A．picture. B．a piece of news. C．form. D．notice
68．It supplies information to people who are going to between Shanghai and Hong Kong or Beijing and Hong Kong ____.
A．by bike. B．by car. C．by plane D．by ship.
69．There are ____ flights from Shanghai to Hong Kong every week.
A．3 B．4 C．5 D．6
70．There are ______ flights between Hong Kong and Beijing each week.
A．3 B．6 C．5 D．4
71．Suppose : on arriving in Shanghai by Cathay Pacific flight one Thursday , you're told to return to Hong Kong by Cathay Pacific Airway immediately. Now the most proper way is ____.
A．to wait until the next day
B．to stay in Shanghai and take the Friday's flight from Beijing to Hong Kong
C．to go to Beijing and take the Friday's flight.
D．to take the same day's flight from Shanghai to Hong Kong.
From the earliest times, man has been interested in art. People have often worked together to collect and save the world's art treasures.
Fine art treasures from many countries are kept in an art museum called the Louvre in Paris, France. The works of art have been collected by the people of France over many centuries.
The Louvre has not always been a museum. The first building was a fort(城堡). In 1190, it was the king's castle with high walls and a round tower. It had a moat to keep out his enemies.
Over the years, the number of buildings around the castle grew. By 1350, the castle was no longer needed as a fort. The louver became a palace home for French kings and queens.
During times of peace, new treasures were brought in. during days of war, many treasures were stolen, and the buildings were damaged．When Francis I became King of France in 1515, he brought in artists from countries. One of the artists was Leonardo da Vinci from Italy. Da Vinci's :Mona Lisa" is the best known painting in the museum today.
In 1973, the Louvre became a public museum, just as it is now. It is a place where art treasures have been saved for everyone to enjoy.
72．On the whole, this passage is mainly about ___.
A．an art museum called Louvre
B．an Italian artist named Leonardo da Vinci
C．a king of France named Francis I
D．the best painting in Louvre
73．Which of the following is not true?
A．The Louvre used to be a fort a very long time ago.
B．French kings and queens once lived in it.
C．The Louvre was taken by enemies in 1190
D．Many treasures were brought into the Louvre over the years.
74．Why is it good for great art to be kept in public museums?
A．it helps people remember who the king of France is.
B．It keeps people out of the palaces
C．It gives people a chance to enjoy good art.
D．It helps people to know who is the greatest artist.
75．In the third paragraph, the word "moat" means ____.
A．a high tower built in the past where soldier watched out for enemies.
B．A long and deep ditch dug round a castle and was usually filled with water.
C．A cart pulled by horses on which soldiers fought.
D．A long and high wall around a castle.
班级 学号 姓名
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
第四部分 写 作（共两节，35分）
Once, late at night, a Englishman came out 76______
of his room into a passage of the hotel and ask 77______
the servant to bring her a glass of water .The servant 78______
does as she was asked The Englishman reentered his room. 79______
But a little minutes later he came into the passage again. 80______
and once more asked the servant for a glass of water. 81______
Every few minutes an Englishman would come out of 82______
his room and repeated his request. After half an hour 83______
the surprising servant decided to ask the man 84______
what he was doing the water."Nothing," answered he 85_____
calmly."It's simply that my room is on fire."
第二节 书面表达 （满分25分）
农村：the countryside 稻田：rice fields彩电：color TV 摩托车：motorbike
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1-5 6 ---- 10 11---- 15 16----20
21---25 AACBD 26----30 DADBC 31----35DDAAD
36---40 CDABC 41----45 BACDB 46---50 BCBAA 51---55 CDBCC
56---60 ACCAD 61---65 ABACA 66---70 BDCBA 71---75 DACC B
76．a→ an 77. ask→ asked 78.her →him 79. does→ did 80little→ few 81 正确
82. an → the 83.repeated→ repeat 84. surprising→ surprised 10.doing 后加with
One possible version
Sunday October 29, 2006 Cool
It was the first time I went to the countryside．At nine in the morning I started with my classmates. On the way we saw many rice fields and trees on both sides of the road. Factories, shops and schools have been built in many villages. Between ten and twelve we visited ten families. We were told that many farmers had grown vegetables and flowers, and they became rich. Some families bought color TVs and motorbikes. The life of the farmers is much better than before. It was said that some American friends would come to visit their village．
Although we were very tired, we had a wonderful time. I will remember this unforgettable experience. I hope the farmers' life will be better and better．