1. —I used to play tennis, but now I’m more interested in playing the piano.
A. I agree ???? ? ? B. Me too
C. Good idea ?? ? ? D. Don’t mention it.
2. —Tommy, you can let others never know what I have told you today.
—Don’t worry. I will keep the?________.
A. secret ??B. memory ???C. address ???D. grade
3. —What a nice sweater! Did you buy it in a store?
—No, my mother made it by________.
A. her ?????B. herself????C. hers ????D. himself
4. —What do you think of the football match yesterday?
—Well, it’s surprising. The strongest team of our school?_______.
A. was beaten ?B. won ? C. scored ?? D. was failed
5. Jim was too?____________?to say anything to his wife when he heard the?____________?news.
A. excited; excited ??? B. exciting; exciting ?
C. exciting; excited ? ? D. excited; exciting
6. We use an online bill-paying service, and we almost everything ________ credit card.
A. on ?? ?B. by ?? ? C. for ?? ?D. at
7. The sign says ＂Passengers _____ show their tickets and passports.＂
A. must ?? B. may ? ?C. can ???D .should
8. It was a terrible journey, ________ we got there safely in the end.
A. and ?? ? B. or ?? ? ?C. so ?? ? ?D. but
9. ________ earthquake recorded in the 20th century occurred in Chile in 1960.
A. Large ?? B. Larger ?? ?C. Largest ?? ?D. The largest
10. The music ______ very beautiful. All of us like it very much.
A. tastes ??? B. feels ?????C. sounds???? ?D. looks
11. By the end of last week, Maggie?______?in the west of China for two months helping the homeless children.
A. will stay ?? ? B. has stayed ? ?
C. would stay ????? ?D. had stayed
12. —I’ve _______ several kilos. Could you give some advice on how to lose weight?
—Eat less and do more sports.
A. put off ????? ?B. put away???? ?
C. put out ????? ? D. put on
13. Any way to improve this ‘welcome letter’ —?I want to make sure it sounds ________.
A. friendly ??B. carefully ? C. gently ?? D. politely
14. We’ll have to cancel the school sports meeting _______?it snows tonight.
A. if ?? ?B. although ?? C. unless ?? D. since
15. —Will you please tell John to come to my office?
A. Yes, I do ??? ??B. I’ll be glad???? ?
C. Thank you ?? D. I’ll be glad to
My dad was a fisherman. He worked hard and stayed out until he caught enough????16 ???to feed the family nearly every day. When the weather was bad he would????17 ???me to school. An old truck was used in his fishing business. When we got to the school, he would give me a big????18 ???on the face and tell me to be a good????19 ??. It was so embarrassing for me. I was 12 years old, and my dad would still kiss me goodbye!
?I remember the day when I decided I was too????20 ???for a goodbye kiss. When we got to the school and came to a stop, he had his usual big smile. He started to lean?（倾斜）?toward me, but I put my hand up and????21 ??, ＂No, Dad. ＂ It was the first time I had ever talked to him that way. He had a surprised look on his face for a??long time, and his????22 ???started to be wet. He turned and looked out of the windshield（挡风玻璃）.
＂You’re????23 ??,＂ he said. ＂You are a big boy—a man. I won’t??kiss you anymore. ＂
?It wasn’t long after that when my dad went out to????24 ???and never came back. It was a day when most of the fishermen stayed at home except Dad. He had a big family?to feed.
?How I wish I had been a man then. If I had been a man, I would????25 ???have told my dad I was too old for a goodbye kiss.
Mr. Li had never been up in an airplane before and he had read a lot about accidents. So one day?when a friend came to his house and wanted to take him for a ride in his own small plane, Mr. Li was?very????26 ???He thought to????27 ??.?＂If I don’t agree, my friend may not be happy.????28 ???if I agree, I am?really afraid that there might be some danger. ＂???29 ??,?however, his friend made him believe that it was?very????30 ??, and Mr. Li got on the plane. His friend????31 ???the engine（发动机）and the plane began to move along on the ?ground of the????32 ??.?Mr. Li was very frightened and????33 ???his eyes. After a minute or two he opened them, looked out of the window of the plane, and said to his friend,?＂Look????34 ???those people down there. They look as????35 ???as ants（蚂蚁）, don’t they?＂
?? ＂Those are ants,＂?answered his friend. ＂We are still on the ground. ＂
A：Hi,?Cindy. Your handbag looks so nice.?____36?___.
B: Online. It’s only 30?yuan.
A：30?yuan?online??_____37?___. Tell me how to do it,?please.
B: All right. That’s easy. Just enter E-buy.
B: Well, first, you need to apply for(申请)?a user’s passport. Next, go through the shopping list.
B: Choose one you like.?_____39?____. You’ll receive it in a few days.
A. And I’ll have a try myself.
B. When did you get it?
C. Sounds great.
D. Could you please tell me in detail(细节)?
E. Click on it and follow the instructions.
F. Where did you buy it?
G. How much is it?
Johnny Smith was a good math student at a high school. He loved his computer. He came home early every day, then he worked with it till midnight. But Johnny was not a good English student, not good at all. He got an F in his English class. One day after school Johnny joined his computer to the computer in his high school office. The school office computer had the grades of all the students: the math grades, the science grades, the grades in arts and music, and the grades in English. He found his English grade. An F! Johnny changed his English grade from an F to A. Johnny’ parents looked at his report card. They were very happy.
＂An A in English!＂ said Johnny’s Dad. ＂You’re a very clever boy, Johnny.＂
Johnny is a hacker（黑客）. Hackers know how to take information from other computers and put new information in. Using a modem（调制解调器）, they join their computers to other computers?secretly. School headmasters and teachers are worried about hackers. So are the police, for some people even take money from bank computer account（账户） and put it into their own ones. And they never have to leave home to do it! They are called hackers.
41. Johnny changed his English grade with the computer in?____________.
A. the classroom ????? ? ? ?
B. the school office
C. a bank near his house ??? ? ?
D. his own house
42. When Johnny’s parents saw the report, they were happy because?____________.
A. Johnny was good at math??? ? ?
B. Johnny loved computers
C. Johnny could join one computer to another
D. they thought Johnny was not poor in English any longer
43. Who are worried about hackers in the story?
A. Johnny’s parents. ??? ? ? ?
B. School headmasters, teachers and the police.
C. The police. ???? ? ? ?
D. School headmasters and teachers.
44. What?should the hackers know well, do you think, after you read this story?
A. Information. ?? ? ?
B. Back computer accounts.
C. Computers. ?? ? ? ?
Tom walked into a shop. It had a sign outside: ＂Second-hand (旧的) clothes bought and sold . ＂He was carrying an old pair of trousers and asked the owner of the shop, ＂How much will you give me for these?＂ The man looked at them and then said: ＂Two dollars.＂
＂What !＂ said?Tom. ＂I had guessed they were worth at least five dollars.＂
＂No,＂ said the?man, ＂they aren’t worth a cent more than two dollars.＂
＂Well,＂ said Tom, taking two dollars out of his pocket. ＂Here’s your money. These trousers were hanging outside?your shop. The list price(标价)?of them was six dollars and a half. But I thought that was too much money, so I wanted to find out how much they were really worth.＂
Then he walked?out of the shop with the pair of trousers and disappeared before the shop owner could think of anything to say.
45. At first the owner of the shop thought that Tom?____________.
A. wanted to steal the trousers ? ? ?
B. wanted to sell the trousers
C. wanted to fool him ?? ?
D. wanted to buy the trousers?
46. The owner of the shop?____________?for the old trousers.
A. would give Tom two dollars ?? ?
B. would pay three dollars
C. would pay five dollars ? ? ??
D. would give Tom six dollars and a half?
47. The shop owner insisted（坚持） that the trousers were worth only two dollars because?____________.
A. he wanted to sell them cheaply ?? ? ??
B. he wanted to buy them cheaply
C. he didn’t like the trousers ??? ? ??
D. they were old and dirty?
48. In fact, the trousers?____________.
A. were hanging inside the shop ? ? ??
B. were stolen by Tom from the shop
C. had been the shop owner’s ? ? ??
D. had been Tom’s?
Last year when Tom graduated?from school, he came to Taibei. He didn’t like to work on his father’s farm and hoped to find a job in a big city. He went from one company to another but no one wanted him. With little money left, he got to the station, sad and tired. All he wanted to do was go back to his small town. It was very late at night and the station was full of people. They were waiting to buy tickets of the last train. He bought the last ticket, and he was very happy.
At that time, a woman with a crying baby walked to him and asked him to sell her the ticket. He gave her the ticket because he thought they needed it more than he did. After the train left, he sat on the bench and didn’t know where to go. Suddenly, an old man came and said, ＂Young man, I have seen what you did to the woman. I am the owner of a big company. I need a good young man like you. Would you like to work for me?
49. Tom came?to the station to?____________.
A. find a job ??????? ? ? ?
B. take the train home
C. sell the?ticket ?????? ? ? ?
D. take the train to Taibei
50. The woman?walked to Tom because?____________.
A. she was Tom’s old friend ??? ? ?
B. her child wanted to talk to Tom
C. she needed?to take the train ? ? ?
D. she had no money to buy a ticket
51. Tom didn’t?take the train because?____________.
A. he didn’t?take a train ticket ?? ? ?
B. he missed the train
C. he wanted?to talk to the old man ?? ?
D. he gave his ticket to the woman
52. The old man wanted to?____________.
A. lend Tom?some money ???? ? ?
B. give Tom a job
C. say ＂Thank?you ＂ to Tom ?? ? ?
D. sit on the bench with Tom
We have always been interested in the moon. 2000 years ago people already knew it moved around the earth and where it would be in the sky at different times of the year. At that time, everything about the moon was learned by watching it carefully in the sky.
When scientists could use telescopes to study the moon more closely, their ideas began to change. They could see the moon was made of rocks. Most scientists thought moon rocks would be different from those on Earth. This was because they believed the moon had once been a planet that had been caught in the earth’s gravity(引力) millions of years earlier.
In 1969 moon rocks were finally brought to the earth and studied. Much to their surprise, scientists found that, except for water, the moon and the earth were made of the same things. Once again new ideas were needed for this new information.
After years of study, most scientists now think that the moon was once part of Earth. They believe very early in its history, maybe 4 million years ago, something about the size of Mars hit Earth. This sent billions of rocks into space around our planet. These rocks slowly joined together and after many years became the moon.
However, in the future, even though our ideas about the moon may change again, we will still be interested in it.
53. From the passage we know the moon was made of?________.
A. earth ????B. rocks ?????C. water ???????D. metal
54. When did people first bring the moonrocks to the earth?
A. In 1969.??B. In 1956.???C. In 2006.??? D. In 1966.
55. What does the writer want to tell us in the passage?
A. Why people are interested in the moon.
B. How ideas about the moon have changed over time.
C. Where the moon came from in the past.
D. That people have finally learned the truth about the moon.
56. Before 1969 most scientists thought the moon was ____________.
A. part of the earth billions of years earlier ? ?
B. older than the earth
C. a planet caught by the earth’s gravity ? ? ?
D. made of the same things as the earth
57. From this passage we can learn that ____________.
A. scientists in the past were not clever ? ? ?
B. the earth was once part of the moon
C. new information brings new ideas ? ? ?
D. we now know everything about the moon
On April 8, a ceremony will break ground on a Disneyland theme park in Shanghai, China, after 10 years of negotiations（谈判）between Disney and the government.
Disneyland Shanghai is set to open in 2016 in the Pudong district. It is the sixth Disneyland theme park around the world, in addition to Tokyo,?Hong Kong,?France as well as the Orlando in the US.
Also, Disney is involved in Mandarin language co-productions on films such as Trail of the Panda. China’s box office was up 64 percent in 2010, an sample of the growing economy. And there are discussions about building a cable television company.
＂The park has ambitions（夙愿）to be both really Chinese and really Disney,＂ explained Greg Brown.?The park will be 57 percent owned by Shanghai Shendi Group and 43 percent by Disney.
58. How many Disneyland theme parks are there all around the word except the one in Shanghai?（不超过5个词）
59. Who owns more,?Shanghai Shendi Group or Disney?（不超过5个词）
60. How long did the negotiations last between Disney and the government of Shanghai?（不超过5个词）
61. Can you speak more s_______（慢地）? I can’t follow you.
62. Have you got any English books on those s_______（架子）?
63. The article is w_____?(写) in English.
64. My brother sleeps with the window open u______?(除非) it’s really cold.
65. My mother always e_______?(鼓励) me to face the difficulties bravely.
Write at least 60 words on the topic ＂My favourite way of communicating＂（以＂我最喜爱的交流方式＂为题，写一篇不少于60个词的短文，标点符号不占格）
My favourite way of communicating