发布时间：2016-07-29 来源：中学网校 发布人：tusya
1. The ________(获胜者) of the match are from different countries.
2. He thought of a plan of ________(整体的) interest. Everyone was happy.
3. You can find all kinds of ________(女衬衣) in the store. They are beautiful.
4. The training is up to the ________(标准). It’s enough.
5. The people ________(冲) to the train after the bell rang.
feeling, subject, recently, menu, tonight
6. Here is the ________. What would you like to eat?
7. There will be a photo exhibition ________. How about visiting it?
8. I have a ________ that Susan must come to my birthday party.
9. The ________ of the photo is People and Nature.
10. I didn’t see you ________. Does everything go well?
( )11. To protect the machines ________ the rain, the workers covered them.
A. with B. to
C. for D. against
( )12. I sent congratulations ________ David ________ winning in the high jump just now.
A. to; to B. on; on
C. to; on D. on; to
( )13. Jim has watched the movie ________, but he still wants to see it ________ time.
A. three times; a second
B. twice; a third
C. twice; third
D. three times; second
( )14. The green tea ________ grows in South China is quite popular in China.
A. who B. that
C. when D. where
( )15. The young man ________ is taking photos over there is my friend.
A. whose B. whom
C. which D. who
( )16. —Do you still keep the photo ________ your father took of you ten years ago?
—Of course I do.
A. who B. which
C. whom D. what
( )17. —Do you really want to buy that kind of camera?
—Of course I do, ________ I have to pay more money.
A. if B. because
C. even though D. as soon as
( )18. Paul fell off the high place. He has ________ in standing up now.
A. interest B. difficulty
C. influence D. ability
( )19. Please _______ the beef to the soup, and it’ll be more delicious.
A. cut B. replace
C. add D. count
( )20. The match is over. Now the headmaster is ________ the prize to the best player.
A. setting B. recording
C. presenting D. buying
( )21. The manager and his workers are standing outside to welcome us ________ their factory.
A. visit B. to visit
C. visiting D. visited
( )22. —Why don’t you ________ some photos of the animals?
—That’s a good idea.
A. take B. taking
C. to take D. takes
( )23. The photo is interesting, and it shows a kangaroo ________ across the street.
A. jump B. to jump
C. jumping D. to jumping
( )24. ________ the old car, I prefer the new one. The new one is quicker and more comfortable.
A. According to B. Compared with
C. Depending on D. Just like
( )25. —Are you going camping with us next weekend?
—________! What should I do to get ready?
A. Congratulations B. You bet
C. I don’t think so D. No, thanks
When I was at university, every night there was at least one concert — and sometimes two or three. The UK has a lot of 26 music. It is loud with guitars and drums. So almost every band that played at university was a rock band.
The tickets were very cheap, 27 the venues (演出地点) were small and most bands were not famous. They were just a group of friends who played music part-time. This meant my friends and I could go to see a band whenever 28 wanted to.
The atmosphere (氛围) at a rock concert full of 29 was great. Everyone went pretty crazy. Some students just listened to the band but most students sang 30 the band. It was easy to get close to the band. The room was crowded and 31 . People jumped up and down with the music.
After the concerts, band members and their friends stood outside 32 T-shirts or CDs. After four years of university, half of my clothes were from those 33 .
Many of my friends were also in bands — or wanted to be. Posters on the school notice boards said that bands were 34 new members. Many famous bands started at university by friends who shared the same interest in 35 .
( )26. A. country B. rock
C. pop D. dance
( )27. A. because B. though
C. if D. but
( )28. A. he B. she
C. they D. we
( )29. A. artists B. soldiers
C. students D. relatives
( )30. A. to B. with
C. like D. for
( )31. A. strange B. magical
C. noisy D. dangerous
( )32. A. copying B. preparing
C. making D. selling
( )33. A. concerts B. friends
C. universities D. stores
( )34. A. looking after B. looking for
C. looking through D. looking up
( )35. A. movies B. science
C. sports D. music
A: Good morning. Can I help you?
B: Yes, please. (36)________
A: We have many cameras here. Some are m ade in China, and some are made in other countries.
B: (37) ________ Where is it made?
A: In Japan.
B: How much is it?
A: 6,000 yuan. (38) ________
B: Wow, that’s too expensive! (39) ________ Do you have a cheaper one?
A: Sure. What about this one?
B: Well, this one looks good, too. (40) ________ I’ll take it.
A. It is a digital camera (数码相机).
B. And the price is OK.
C. I don’t have enough money to buy it.
D. This one looks very nice.
E. I’d like to buy a camera.
Some movies are unusual stories and the actors need lots of imagination to act. 15-year-old Canadian actress Erin Pitt has been in movies like that. But in her latest movie, Isabelle Dances into the Spotlight, Erin only needed to act herself.
Erin plays Isabelle Palmer, a serious ballet (芭蕾舞) student and talented designer (设计师). Isabelle goes to a school for kids who are performers (表演者) and artists, and she faces troubles both in dancing classes and outside them. She’s hard on herself and needs to learn to relax.
“This movie is much my life,” says Erin. “I go to a performing arts school. I do ballet. This character is a lot like me.”
Erin studies ballet at a school much like Isabelle’s. And there is an even bigger coincidence. Before Erin played in the movie, she became interested in clothing design and went to a sewing (缝纫) class!
Erin’s years of dance training prepared her for the challenge of dancing in the movie. Not all kids like strict teachers, but Erin does. “They know how good you can be,” she says. “If you have potential (潜质), they can tell, and they will push you. They push you to be the best you can be.”
In the movie, Erin plays a dancer who pushes herself to improve. For her, the movie is an excellent chance to use two of her hobbies in one project. “I have always loved dancing,” says Erin, who started classes at age two. “And I’ve wanted to act since I was seven. When I found out I got this role, I was running around, so excited.” Will there be a moment like that in the movie, too? You’ll have to watch to find out!
( )41. What can we learn about Isabelle?
A. She works hard to do better.
B. She has many troubles at home.
C. She studies at a designing school.
D. She is the best student in her class.
( )42. The underlined word “coincidence” means “________” in Chinese.
A. 收获 B. 机遇
C. 考验 D. 巧合
( )43. Erin’s ________ might help her get the role in the movie.
A. good imagination
B. love for designing
C. years of dance training
D. wonderful feeling for music
( )44. Why was Erin excited to get the role in the movie?
A. She thought it would make her famous.
B. She could show two of her hobbies in it.
C. She could learn how to dance better in it.
D. She was a good friend of Isabelle Palmer.
( )45. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. Erin went to a dancing class when she was seven.
B. Erin shows strong interest in singing and dancing
C. Erin believes strict teachers can help her go further.
D. Isabelle Dances into the Spotlight was Erin’s first movie.
Children across the world are taking pictures of their school meals. They are sending these pictures over the Internet to a young girl in Scotland. Then she shares the pictures and stories with people around the world.
The girl’s name is Martha. She likes to write. So Martha decided to start her own blog (博客). Every day, Martha writes on the Internet about the meals she eats at school. She also takes pictures of the food.
Martha is very honest about the food. She does not just describe the food. She judges (评价) the taste of the food. She also judges how healthy the food is. Sometimes she likes the food, and sometimes she does not. Now, other people send pictures to Martha. Students around the world share their pictures of their school food!
Martha also started her blog for another important reason. She began to raise money for the organization (组织) Mary’s Meals. Mary’s Meals works in the East African country of Malawi. It provides food for children in schools. Martha encourages her readers to send money to Mary’s Meals to help build a kitche n.
Martha hoped to raise about 10,000 dollars. But the total reached 100,000 dollars and still keeps on growing!
Martha’s blog has also helped to improve meals at her school. Martha and her school friends found their meals improved since she started writing her blog.
No one knows what will happen to Martha’s blog in future. But already this girl has helped to change the eating experience of many children just by sharing pictures of her school meals.
( )46. Martha started her blog to ________.
A. ask her school to improve meals
B. invite readers to judge school meals
C. show school meals around the world
D. express her opinions about school meals
( )47. According to the passage, we can know Mary’s Meals ________.
A. works in Scotland
B. provides food for school children in Malawi
C. was set up by Martha
D. builds kitchens for poor families in Malawi
( )48. How much money did Martha hope her readers to send to Mary’s Meals at first?
A. About $1,000,000. B. About $100,000.
C. About $10,000. D. About $1,000.
( )49. Martha ________ through her blog.
A. changed her eating habits
B. helped poor children at her school
C. made meals at her school improve
D. raised money for many organizations
( )50. What’s the best title for the passage?
A. Martha shares her food
B. Cooking healthy school meals
C. Martha starts a blog
D. Having school meals together
When you think about competitions, you probably think of sports such as basketball and football. Not all competitions are sports, though. One example is the Rock Paper Scissors World Championship.
Rock-Paper-Scissors is a simple game that is played between two people. Each player counts to three and then “throws” one hand forward (向前), making one of three gestures (手势). Rock wins against Scissors, Scissors win against Paper, and Paper wins against Rock. Although the game is simple, many players say that they have developed some skills for winning.
Some people might consider the Rock-Paper-Scissors competition to be strange. Around the world, though, people compete in many events that others think are crazy. In England, an unusual competition is organized every year. Hundreds of people run down a hill and run after a huge wheel of cheese. (3)最初，这个比赛是为住在当地村子里的人举办的。 But now people from all over the world come to attend it. In Finland, many people compete in the Air Guitar World Championships. They play guitars that cannot be seen in front of other people.
(4)These competitions are just a few of the crazy games that people play. With some practice and training, maybe you could be a winner in one of these competitions yourself!
( )51. Paragraph 2 mainly tells us the rules of Rock-Paper-Scissors.
( )52. According to the passage, some unusual competitions are thought to be crazy because they’re dangerous.
55. How many unusual competitions are introduced in the passage?
________________, he began to play the piano at the age of five.
Let’s ________________ together at the weekend.
We think Jenny ________________ in the match.
Just now the teacher asked us ________________ that text.
The coach ________________ the marks of the players.
wheel, side, bef ore, collect, tall, money, work, fly, how, build
The students at the American International School were excited. They worked hard to raise (61)________ for a trip. They washed cars, sold magazines, and (62) ________ bottles. Finally, they (63) ________ to Cairo to visit the pyramids of Egypt!
The students studied the pyramids in school (64) ________ the trip. They learned about the Pharaohs, the rulers of ancient Egypt. They also learned that the Egypti ans considered the Pharaohs to be living gods, and that the pyramids were (65)________ as tombs (陵墓) of the Pharaohs.
On the first day of the trip, the students went to the Great Pyramid at Giza. It was built for the Pharaoh Khufu around 2,560 BC. It’s the (66)________ pyramid in the world. The students measured (测量) all four (67)________ of the Great Pyramid at Giza.
No one knows (68)________ the ancient Egyptians built these huge things. Scientists believe Egyptians didn’t invent the (69)________ at the time. They guess people moved the stones very slowly. Thousands of Egyptians (70)________ for many years on each pyramid.
When the students returned home, they prepared speeches and invited the community.
Ladies and gentlemen,
Ⅰ. 1. winners 2. general 3. blouses 4. standard
5. rushed 6. menu 7. tonight 8. feeling
9. subject 10. recently
Ⅱ. 11-15 DCBBD 16-20 BCBCC 21-25 BACBB
Ⅲ. 26-30 BADCB 31-35 CDABD
Ⅳ. 36-40 EDACB
Ⅴ. 41-45 ADCBC 46-50 DBCCA
53. At first, the competition was (held) for the people who lived in the local village.
Ⅵ. 56. The thing is 57. fly kites
58. is in with a chance 59. to read out
60. is pleased with
Ⅶ. 61. money 62. collected 63. flew 64. before
65. built 66. tallest 67. sides 68. how
69. wheel 70. worked
Ⅷ. One possible version:
Ladies and gentlemen,
I am lucky to have won the photo competition in our school. First, I’d like to thank my teachers. They encouraged me to enter the competition and also taught me many skills in taking photos. Then, I’d like to thank my uncle. At the age of 1 2, I became interested in taking photos. When I was 13, he gave me a camera as my birthday present. Since then, I have become more and more interested in taking photos.