第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 7.5 分）
例：What is the gog to read？
1. What d of music does the wo like？
A．Classical music B. Rock music C.Country music
2. Which sweater will the take?
A．The red one B。The blue one C. The yellow one
3.How will the pay？
A． cash B.By credit card C.By traveler’s cheque
4.Where are the wo’s keys?
her pocket B.On the floor C.On the table
5.What will the probably do tonight?
A.Read Chapter 4
B.Study the library
C.Watch the football match
6.What is the relationship bet the two speakers？
A．Travel t d customer
B．Husd d wife
C．Boss d secretary
7. will the meetgs d？
A．At3:00pm. B.At 5:00pm. C.At 6:30pm.
8.Where is the for guage section？
A． Row 3. Row 5. Row 7
9.What does the decide to borrow?
ovels. B.Biographies. agazes
10.Why dose the make the call?
A.To ask for formation
B.To make appott
C.To sd out vitation
11.What sport is the terested ?
12.On what days is the sports ter closed?
ondays B.Fridays C.Sundays
13.What is the speaker ly tg about?
A.Rules of the school
otices of the new term.
14.Which club will meet on esdays?
15. will the parts’ evg for Year 8 be held?
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第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，共 15 分）
从每题所给的 ABCD 四个选项中，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’s so nice to hear from her . , we last met more t thirty years ago.
A. What’s more B. That’s to say
C. other words 16 D. Believe it or not
21. _____the early flight，we ordered a taxi advce d got up very early.
A.Catg B.Caught C.To catch D.Catch
22. —Did you joy the party?
—Yes.We _____well by our hosts.
A.were treated B.would be treated C.treated D.had treated
23.The park was full of people____tselves the sunse
A.havg joyed joyed joyg D.to joy
24.Opposite is St.Paul’s Church, _____you hear some lovely music.
A.which B.that C. D.where
25.He is a shy , _____he is not afraid of ytg or yone.
A.so B.but C.or D.as
the last few years,a_____great achievts virontal protection.
A.has made B.had made C.was g D.is g
27—Did you have diffficulty g n’s house?
—Not really.She_____us clear directions d we were able to d it easily.
A.was to give B.had giv C.was givg D.would give
28.You won’t d paper cuttg difficult _____you keep practg it.
A. ev though B. as long as C .as if D. ever sce
29.—’t you stay a little longer?
—It’s gettg late. I really _____go now, My daughter is home alone.
A ay B C . must D .dare
30.—Dr. Jackson is not his office at the mot.
—All right. I____ later.
A. will call B. have called C. call D will be g
31.If ___for the job, you’ll be formed soon.
A .to accept B. accept C. acceptg D. accepted
32._____the age is dooe, it will take y years for the fard to recover.
A.Untill B.Unless C. Once D.Although
33.I truly believe ______beauty comes from wit.
A. that B.where C. what D.why
34.If I _____it with my own eyes ,Iwou’t have believed it.
A ’t see B.wer’t sg C. Wou’t see ’t s
35._____we understd tgs has a lot to do with what we feel.
A. Where B.How C.Why D.
第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 30 分）
阅读下面短文， 掌握其大意，从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上讲该项 涂黑。
A Welcome Gift
Dario d his mother loved their new apartt. The livg room was large ough for their po. That night, the two of t 36 side by side at the po. They played jazz music to celebrate their new home. The loud 37 filled the room d made t feel very happy.
The next morng, 38 , their happess disappeared. Someone had left a 39 under their door durg the night. One of their neighbor had writt to comp(抱怨) about the sound of the po. Dario’s mother asked the bug supertt(管理员) if he ew ytg about it. But he said that they were all 40 people d he cou’t e y of t had done that. Later that morng, Dario suggested that they write a letter to their 41 d apologize for their playg.
“Maybe we could go d 42 everyone person.” his mother said.
“What if we vited t to come here for a 43 stead? Dario asked.
They both loved the 44 . Over the next few days, they st out vitations d prepared desserts 45 their guests. They decorated the apartt with strers(彩带) d party lights.
ally, the day of the party 46 . Some guests brought prests. Others brought flowers. Some ev brought desserts to 47 . One wo, Mrs. Gilbert, 48 Dario’s mother with a book of po music by Chop.
“I heard you playg the other night,” she said. “The sounds woke me out of bed. I 49 that you might play like this every night. So I wrote a short note. I hope you don’t tk I disliked the playg.”
Dario’s mother smiled at Mrs. Gilbert. “I tk maybe we 50 you apology.” she said. “I ’t 51 how late it was we were playg. Maybe we should play some quieter music at night.
“You play, you play!” Mrs. Gilbert said. “I like what you play! Just not so loud at night.” She poted to the book she had giv t. “These songs are not such 52 music.”
“These songs are beautiful music.” Dario’s mother said. “We will be 53 to play t the evg.”
“d we won’t play so loud or late!” Dario said. He was already loog forward to 54 the new music. More t that, however, he was happy to see the big smile on his mother’s face. It gave a g of 55 d made feel that they were home at last.
36. A. sat B. stood C. lay D. walked
37. A. voice B. rg C. music D. cry
38. A. therefore B. however C. otherwise D. stead
39. A. note B. poster C. bill D.report
40. A. proud B. rich C. lucky D. nice
41. A. neighbors B. frds C. relatives D. auce
42. A. e B. struct C. question D. visit
43. A. party B. concert C. show D. play
44. A. experce B. idea C. perforce D. action
45. A. to B. with C. for D. from
46. A. contued B. arrived C. passed D. ished
47. A. order B. sell C. share D. advertise
48. A. treated B. prested C. helped D. served
49. A. promised B. itted C. agreed D. worried
50. A. give B. sd C. offer D. owe
51. A. realize B. rber C. understd D. accept
52. A. sweet B. strge C. funny D. loud
53. A. brave B. sorry C. happy D. afraid
54. A. g B. practg C. recorg D. writg
55. A. equality B. freedom C. warmth D. sympathy
第三部分：阅读理解 （共两节，20 分）
第一节（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，共 30 分）
阅读下列短文：从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，将正确的选项涂在答题卡上。
The Boy Made It!
One Sunday, Nicholas, a tager, t sg at Sugarloaf Mount e. the early afternoon, he was png to go home, a fierce snowstorm swept to the area. Unable to see far, he tally turned off the path. Before he ew it, Nicholas was lost, all alone! He ’t have food, water, a phone, or other supplies. He was gettg colder by the ute.
Nicholas had no idea where he was. He tried not to pic. He thought about all the survival shows he had watched on TV. It was te to put the tips he had learned to use.
He decided to stop sg. There was a better ce of someone g if he stayed put. The first tg he did was to d shelter form the freezg d d snow. If he ’t, his bodytperature would get very low, which could quickly kill .Usg his skis, Nicholas built a snow cave. He gathered a huass of snow d dug out a hole the middle. T he piledbrches on top of self, like a ket, to stay as warm as he
By that evg, Nicholas was really hungry. He ate snow ddrk water from a nearby str so that his body wou’t lose toomuch water. Not og how much longer he could last, Nicholasdid the only tg he could — he huddled (蜷缩) his cave d slept.
The next day, Nicholas t out to look for help, but he cou’td yone. He followed his tracks d returned to the snow cave,because without shelter, he could die that night. On Tuesday,Nicholas t out to d help. He had walked for about a mile a volunteer searcher found . After two days stuck thesnow, Nicholas was saved.
Nicholas might not have survived this snowstorm had it not for TV. He had oft watched Grylls’ survival show vs. Wild.That’s where he learned the tips that saved his life. each episode(一期节目) of vs. Wild, Grylls is doned a wild area d
has to d his way out.
Grylls heard about Nicholas’ azg deeds, he wassuper pressed that Nicholas had made it sce he ew bettert yone how hard Nicholas had to work to stay alive.
56. What happed to Nicholas one Sunday afternoon?
A. He got lost.
B. He broke his skis.
C. He hurt his eyes
D. He caught a cold.
57. How did Nicholas keep self warm?
A. He found a shelter.
B. He lighted some brches.
C. He kept on sg.
D. He built a snow cave.
58. On Tuesday, Nicholas ______.
A. returned to his shelter safely
B. was saved by a searcher
C. got stuck the snow
D. stayed where he was
59. Nicholas left Grylls a very deep pression because he ______.
A. did the right tgs the gerous situation
B. watched Grylls’ TV progr regularly
C. created some tips for survival
D. was very hard-worg
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Life the Clear
Trspart als let light pass through their bodies the se way light passes through a dow. These als typically live bet the surface of the o d a depth of about 3,300 feet—as far as most light reach. Most of t are extrely delicate d be aged by a sple touch. Sonke Jos, a stist biology, says, “These als live through their life alone. They never touch ytg unless they’re eatg it, or unless sometg is eatg t.”
d they are as clear as glass. How does al become see-through? It’s trickier t you might tk.
The objects around you are visible because they teract with light. Light typically travels a straight e. But some materials slow d scatter(散射) light, boung it away from its oral path. Others absorb light, stoppg it dead its tracks. Both scatterg d absorption make object look differt from other objects around it, so you see it easily.
But a trspart object doesn’t absorb or scatter light, at least not very much, Light pass through it without g or stoppg. That s a trspart object doesn’t look very differt from the surroung air or water. You don’t see it ----you see the tgs d it.
To become trspart, al needs to keep its body from absorg or scatterg light. Livg materials stop light because they cont pts(色素) that absorb specific colors of light. But a trspart al doesn’t have pts, so its tissues won’t absorb light. Accorg to Jos, avog absorption is actually easy. The real ge is prevtg light from scatterg.
als are built of y differt materials----s, fat, d mord light moves through each at a differt speed. Every te light moves to a material with a new speed, it ds d scatters. Trspart als use differt tricks to fight scatterg. Some als are sply very small or extrely flat. Without much tissue to scatter light, it is easier to be see—through. Others build a large, clear mass of non-livg jelly-lie(果冻状的)material d spread tselves over it .
Larger trspart als have the biggest ge, because they have to make all the differt tissues their bodies slow down light exactly as much as water does. They need to look uniform. But how they’re dog it is still unown. One tg is clear for these larger als, stayg trspart is active process. they die, they turn a non-trspart milky white.
63. Accorg to Paragraph 1, trspart als_______.
A. stay groups B. be easily aged
C. appear only deep o D. are beautiful creatures
64. The undered word “dead” Paragraph 3 s__________.
A. stly B. gradually
C. regularly D. completely
65. One way for al to become trspart is to ________.
A. ge the direction of light travel
B. gather materials to scatter light.
C. avoid the absorption of light
D. grow bigger to stop light.
66. The last paragraph tells us that larger trspart als________.
A. move more slowly deep water
B. stay see-through ev after death
C. produce more tissues for their survival
D. take effective action to reduce light sprg
Tological ge is everywhere d affects every aspectof life, mostly for the better. However, social ges are broughtabout by new tology are oft mist for a ge attitudes.
exple at d is the volvt of parts the lives oftheir childr who are attg college. Surveys (调查) on this topicsuggests that parts today contue to be “very” or “somewhat”overly-protective ev after their childr move to college
dormitories. The se surveys also dicate that the rate of partal volvt is greater today t it was a eration ago. This isusually terpreted as a s that today’s parts are tryg toage their childr’s lives past the pot where this behavior is
However, greater partal volvt does not necessarily dicate that parts are g to let go of their “adult” childr.
the context (背景) of this discussion, it ss valuable to firstd out the cause of ge the case of parts’ volvt withtheir grown childr. If parts of earlier erations had ted to be touch with their college-age childr frequtly, would this
have possible? Probably not. On the other d, does the possibility of frequt counication today that the urge to do so wasn’t prest a eration ago? y studies show that older parts—today’s grdparts—would have called their
childr more oft if the s d cost of dog so had not a barrier.
Furthermore, studies show that ces are the most frequtsubject of counication bet parts d their collegechildr. The fact that college stuts are cially dept ontheir parts is notg new; nor are requests for more money to best from home. This poon is neither good nor bad; it is afact of college life, today d the past.
Tks to the advced tology, we live age ofbettered counication. This has y plications well beyondthe role that parts s to play the lives of their childr whohave left for college. But it is useful to bear d that all suges come from the tology d not some ed desireby parts to keep their childr under their gs.
67. The surveys form us of______.
A. the developt of tology
B. the ges of adult childr’s behavior
C. the parts’ over-protection of their college childr
D. the s d expses of stuts’ counication
68. The writer believes that__________.
A. parts today are more protective t those the past
B. the disadvtages of new tology outweigh its advtages
C. tology exps greater volvt with their childr
D. parts’ged attitudes lead to college childr’s delayed depce
69. What is the best title for the passage?
A. Tology or Attitude
B. Depce or depce
C. ily fluces or Social ges
D. College t or Counication Advt
70. Which of the follog shows the developt of ideas this passage?
第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分。共 10 分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的七个选项中选出正确的填入空白处。选项中有两项为多余选项。
This Way to Drd
Daydrg s people tk about sometg pleast, especially this makes t forget what they should be dog. Daydrers have a bad reputation for g unaware of what’s happg around t. They s forgetful d clumsy._71__They noy us because they s to be org us d missg the portt tgs.
But daydrers are also responsible for some of the greatest ideas d achievts hu history. __72__ you e what d of world we would have without such ideas d vtions?
So how you come up with brt daydrs d avoid g over tree roots or otherwise loog like a fool?
First, understd that some opportunities(机会) for daydrg are better t others. g safe d relaxed will help you to slip to daydrs.__73_ d if you t to prove your ces of havg a creative idea while you’re daydrg, try to do it while you are volved other task—preferably sometg sple, like tg a shower or g, or ev g gless drags.
It’s also portt to ow how to avoid daydrs for those tes you really need to concerntrate. “dfuess”, g focused, is a tool that some people use to avoid g asleep.__74__
ally, you never ow what wonderful idea might strike while your d has moved slowly away.____75_
Always rber that your best ideas might come your head is actually the clouds.
A. Havg terestg tgs to tk about also helps.
B. They stare off to space d der by tselves.
C. Without derg ds, we wou’t have relatively, Coke or Post-it notes.
D. At one te, daydrg was thought to be a cause of some tal esses.
E. It volves slow, steady breatg for self-control that helps people stay d atttive.
F. Daydrs are oft very sple d direct, quite unlike sleep drs, which may be hard to understd.
G. Therefore, it’s a good idea to keep a notebook or voice recorder nearby you’re the daydr zone.
注意： 1. 词数不少于50；
2. 开头和结尾已给出， 不计入总词数。
提示词：龙舟训练营 Dragon Boat Trg p
第二节 （ 20 分）
并以“A Day with a Crafts”为题，给校刊“英语角”写一篇英文稿件。
注意： 词数不少于 60。
提示词： 一个面团 a piece of dough
面人 dough figure
16.Tarshis/TARSHIS 17. 627935 18. May 19. black 20. Op/op
21-25：CACDB 26-30:ABBCA 31-35: DCADB
36-40: ABBAD 41-45: CBDDCADABC 46-50: BCBDD 51-55:ADCBC
56-60： ADBAB 61-65： CABDC 66-70: DCCAD
One possible version
I’m writg to tell you my excitg p for the suer holiday. I t to jo a Dragon Boat Trg p. I wonder if you’d like to go with me.
This p will op on July 20th, It offers tagers like you d me a ce to joy sports d learn about ese culture. If you are terested it, let me ow d I’ll sd you more formation.
Hope to meet you at the trg p this suer.
二、One possible version
Last Tuesday, our class vited old crafts to teach us how to make dough figures.
the crafts e to the classroom, we gave a warm welcome d two boys helped with the tool box. First, he showed us the basic steps d skills of g dough figures. We stood around d watched atttively. T we started to have a try ourselves. The old walked around d helped us pattlyally, we put the figures we made on the table d took pictures with the old crafts. Loog at the figures, we were all very excited.
We hope we have more activities of this d!