第一节：单项填空（共15小题; 每小题1分, 满分15分）
21. She had a new coat ____.
A. worn B. dressed C. had D. fitted on
22. Father will not ____ us to use his recorder.
A. have B. let C. agree D. allow
23. I love to go to the seaside in summer. It ____ good to lie in the sun or swim in the cool sea.
A. does B. feels C. gets D. makes
24. These photos will show you ____.
A. what does our village look like B. what our village looks like
C. how does our village look like D. how our village looks like
25. The computer center, ____ last year, is very popular among the
students in this school.
A. open B. opening C. having opened D. opened
26. He ____ his dictionary and ____ the word in it.
A. took out; looked up B. took up; looked into
C. took off; looked at D. took away; looked on
27. Three ____ three makes six.
A. adds to B. adding to C. add to D. added to
28. Youre ____ your time trying to persuade him; he will never join us.
A. spending B. wasting C. losing D. missing
29. Sarah hopes to become a friend of ____ shares her interests.
A. anyone B. whomever C. whoever D. no matter who
30. It is generally considered unwise to give a child ____ he or she wants.
A. however B. whatever C. whichever D. whenever
31. It may rain; youd better take an umbrella ____.
A. in case of B. in this case C. in that case D. in case
32. What he said ____ my childhood.
A. reminded me B. reminded me of
C. reminded D. reminded of
33. After living in Paris for fifty years he returned to the small town
____ he grew up as a child.
A. which B. where C. that D. when
34. Research about modern paintings ____ now.
A. is being studied B. is studying
C. is studied D. has studied
35. The dictionary ____ now.
A. are printed B. is printing C. is to print D. prints
第二节：完形填空（共20小题; 每小题1.5分, 满分30分）
阅读下面短文, 掌握其大意, 然后从36-55各题所给的四个选项A、B、C和D中, 选出最佳选项。
Robeson was born in a very poor family. At seven, he had to pick coal in a deserted mine（废弃的煤矿）, then he __36__ what he had picked and earned a few coins to help his parents. He had __37__ schooling, __38__ so poor, how could they pay for the education?
When he was fifteen, he worked __39__ a servant in a school. Looking at other children studying in the classroom, he felt __40__ for himself. How he wished to have the same chance!He __41__ to study by himself. In the day time after the sweeping and cleaning was over, he __42__ stand by the window outside the classroom trying to __43__ what the teacher said. At night, he tried his best to remember __44__ he had learned during the day. He worked __45__ hard at the lessons that he sometimes had just three or four hours __46__. The more he learned, the __47__ he wanted to learn.
A maths teacher __48__ him and came to like this diligent（刻苦） boy and __49__ him to sit at the back of the class. In __50__ exam, he was the only one in the whole school who reached the __51__ grade.
Robeson went on for six years long __52__ his study of maths and wrote several articles which drew the attention of some university professors. They appreciated（欣赏） his talent and his diligence. __53__ him the better chance they employed him as a librarian and __54__ him free guidance. Robeson was filled with joy, for he felt that before him there was a broad road leading to __55__.
36. A. send B. sell C. buy D. sold
37. A. any B. less C. no D. small
38. A. because B. as C. for D. being
39. A. like B. as C. for D. at
40. A. sorry B. angry C. disappointed D. interesting
41. A. wished B. wanted C. decided D. considered
42. A. would B. should C. could D. might
43. A. do B. catch C. listen to D. hear
44. A. when B. all C. that D. which
45. A. such B. too C. so D. very
46. A. study B. sleep C. work D. time
47. A. better B. harder C. less D. more
48. A. punished B. discovered C. liked D. laughed at
49. A. allowed B. let C. pushed D. tried
50. A. his B. a C. one D. the
51. A. highest B. most C. tallest D. largest
52. A. for B. at C. with D. in
53. A. To give B. Giving C. Give D. For giving
54. A. taught B. offered C. sent D. supplied
55. A. death B. success C. school D. happiness
第三部分：阅读理解（共20小题; 每小题2分, 满分40分）
阅读下面短文, 从短文后所给各项的四个选项中, 选出最佳选项。
Exactly one hundred years ago, Charles Chaplin was born into the world. When he was a poor boy, he was often seen waiting outside the London theatre, hoping to get work in show business.
His dream came true in the end. Chaplin became world famous and almost a king in the world of the film.
People everywhere have laughed at Chaplins films until tears run down their faces. From his very first appearance they know what to expect from the little man with black moustache（胡子）, wide open eyes, round black hat and shoes too large for his feet. He will fight men who are twice the size and fall in love with women who hardly notice him.
The poor man that Chaplin played in films makes all kinds of stupid mistakes. Hes always in trouble, but he never gives up. He always dreams of greatness.
Even people who dont understand English can enjoy Chaplins films because they are mostly silent. It isnt what he says that makes us laugh. His comedy（喜剧） doesnt depend on words. It depends on little actions which mean the same thing to people all over the world.
In his book, Chaplin tells us how to succeed in life. He says: “You have to believe in yourself. Thats a secret.”
56. Young Chaplin was often outside the back entrance of the London theatre mainly because ____.
A. he could not pay for tickets, but he wanted very much to find work there
B. he was not good at acting then
C. he was too shy to meet the managers of the theatres
D. the managers didnt know him
57. ____ made people laugh.
A. Not his words but his actions
B. Neither his words but his actions
C. Either his actions or his words
D. Not only his words but also his actions
58. The only secret of Chaplins great success is that ____.
A. he can make people laugh
B. he has full trust in himself
C. he is always active and hard-working
D. he never gives up in trouble
This is the news on the hour, Ed Wilson reporting. The President and First Lady will visit Africa on a good will tour in May. They plan to visit eight African countries.
Reports from China say the Chinese want closer ties（关系） between China and the U.S. and Western Europe. A group of top Chinese scientists start their ten-nation tour next month.
Here in Miami, the mayor（市长） is still meeting with the leaders of the Teachers Union to try to find a way to end the strike（罢工）. City schools are still closed after two weeks.
In the news about health, scientists in California report findings of a relationship（关系） between the drinking of coffee and the increase of heart disease among women. According to the report, the five-year study shows that: Women who drink more than two cups of coffee a day have greater chance of having heart disease than women who do not.
In sports, the Chargers lost again last night. The BBS beat them 1 to nothing. The Wingers had better results. They beat the Rifles 7 to 3. It was their first win in their last five matches.
Thats the news of the hour, and now back to easy listening with Jan Singer.
59. Who gave the news on the hour? ____.
A. The mayor in Miami B. Ed Wilson
C. Scientists in California D. Jan Singer
60. To improve the ties between China and the U. S. and Western
Europe, China ____.
A. will send a group of Chinese scientists to pay a visit to the U. S. and the Western Europe
B. will send some scientists to visit the U. S. only
C. has expressed（表达） its strong wishes
D. has given many reports to improve the ties
61. From the news in Miami we know ____.
A. a peaceful way will soon be found
B. the teachers strike will last long
C. students havent been to school for two weeks
D. students cant go into the school because the classrooms are locked
62. The news about health tells us that ____.
A. no heart disease will be found among people who dont drink coffee
B. no one should drink more than two cups of coffee a day
C. the more coffee people drink, the more likely theyll have heart disease
D. womens heart disease has something to do with their coffee drink- ing habits
How Do We Know If Someone Is Really Important?
Several years ago, a television reporter was talking to three of the most important people in America. One was a rich banker（银行家）, another owned one of the largest companies in the world, and the third had many buildings in the center of New York.
The reporter was talking to them about being important.
“How do we know if someone is really important?” the reporter asked the banker.
He thought for a few moments and then said, “I think anyone who is invited to the White House to meet the President of the United States is really important.”
The reporter turned to the owner of the very large company, “Do you agree with that?” she asked.
The owner of the very large company shook her head. “No,” she said, “I dont. I think the President invites a lot of people to the White House. Youd only be important while you were visiting the President, there was a telephone call from the President of another great power（强国）, and the President of the United States said he was too busy to answer it.”
The reporter turned to the person who owned many buildings, “Do you agree with that?”
“No, I dont,” he said. “I dont think that makes the visitor important. That makes the President important.”
“Then what would make the visitor important?” the reporter asked.
“Oh, I think if the visitor to the White House was talking to the President and the phone rang, and the President picked it up, listened and then said, ‘Its for you. Thats really important.”
63. This story happened in ____.
A. England B. America C. Japan D. Australia
64. There are ____ in this passage.
A. two men and two women B. three men and one woman
C. three women and one man D. four women
65. The banker thought ____.
A. he was really important because he was a rich banker
B. the visitor to the White House was really important
C. the visitor who met the President of the United States was really important
D. the reporter was really important
66. The owner of the very large company thought ____.
A. she was really important because she owned one of the largest companies
B. the banker was really important
C. the owner of many buildings in the center of New York was really important
D. the visitor would be really important if while he was visiting the President, the President would not answer any telephone call
The nervous-looking young man had waited for a few moments outside the jewellers before he got enough courage to enter. He was warmly greeted by a young assistant. James felt a rush of blood to his face as he explained he would be bringing in his future wife to choose a birthday present. The assistant listened carefully and told him hed better buy a necklace. He wasnt used to buying jewellery and was a little worried about overspending. After some discussion as to a reasonable price and the type, the assistant showed him dozens of necklaces and helped him to choose. At last James chose one and left the shop promising to return at five oclock. When, half an hour later than planned, James did return to the shop with his future wife, Laura， the assistant acted as if she had never seen him before. When she was asked to show them some necklaces, she first brought out some inexpensive ones for them to choose, and then gave them the one she had prepared. A choice was soon made and they went away satisfiedly. James would certainly come back to buy what he wanted when he got married.
67. A good title for this passage is ____.
A. A Clever Assistant B. A Brave Young Man
C. Buying a Birthday Present D. How to Choose a Necklace
68. The underlined word “overspending” in this passage means ____.
A. spending too much money
B. spending too much time
C. spending more time than he planned
D. spending too much time and too much money
69. When James told the assistant why he wanted to buy a present, his face ____.
A. turned pale B. turned red C. turned yellow D. turned black
70. James and Laura reached the shop at ____.
A. 4:30 B. 5:00 C. 5:30 D. 6:00
71. James would come back to buy what he wanted because ____.
A. the necklace was good
B. Laura liked the necklace
C. the assistant knew how to satisfy the people who came to buy things
D. the assistant who served James was very beautiful
Most musicians agree that the best violins were first made in Italy. They were made in Gremona, Italy, about 200 years ago. These violins sound better than those made in any other places. They even sound better than violins made today. Violin makers and scientists try to make instruments like the old Italian violins. But they arent the same. Musicians still prefer the old ones. No one really knows why these old Italian violins are so special, but many people think they have an answer.
Some people think it is the age of the violins. They say that todays violins will also sound wonderful some day. But there is a problem here. Not all old violins sound wonderful. Only those from Gremona are special. So age cannot be the answer. There must be something different about Gremona or those Italian violin makers.
Other people think the secret to those violins is the wood. The wood of the violins is very important. It must be from certain kinds of trees. It must not be too young or too old. Perhaps the violin makers of Gremona knew something special about wood for violins.
But the kind of wood may not be so important. It may be more important to cut the wood in a special way. Wood for a violin must be cut very carefully. It has to be the right size and shape. The smallest difference will change the sound of the violin. Musicians sometimes think that this was the secret of the Italians. Maybe they understood more than we do about how to cut the wood.
Size and shape may not be the answer either. Scientists measured these old violins very carefully. They can make new ones that are exactly the same size and shape. But the new violins still do not sound as good as the old ones. Some scientists think the secret may be the varnish, which covers the wood of the violin and makes it look shiny. It also helps the sound of the instrument. No one knows what the Italian violin makers used in their varnish. So no one can make the same varnish today.
There may never be other violins like the violins of Gremona. Their secret may be lost forever. Young musicians today hope this is not true. They need fine violins. But there arent very many of the old violins left. Also, the old violins are very expensive. Recently, a famous old Italian violin was sold for about US $300,000!
72. This passage is about ____.
A. making violins B. musical instruments
C. scientific ideas D. the old Italian violins
73. Some people think that modern violins ____.
A. will sound better in the future
B. will not sound better in the future than today
C. sound wonderful naturally
D. will be better than those from Cremona
74. Some violins made today ____.
A. look the same as the old ones
B. sound the same as the old ones
C. are better than the old ones
D. have the same varnish as the old ones
75. It is agreed almost by all that ____.
A. all old violins sound better than new ones
B. all old violins sound wonderful
C. not all old violins sound wonderful
D. the secret of old violins cant be found
第一节短文改错（共10小题; 每小题1分, 满分10分）
For about half century, scientists have been making76.____
better and better computers. Now a computer could do a77.____
lot of everyday jobs wonderful. It is widely used in 78.____
factories, hospitals and banks. Many computer scientist79.____
are now thinking of making the computer to “think” like80.____
a man. Under the help of a person, a computer can draw81.____
pictures, write music, talking with people, translate82.____
languages and so on. Perhaps computers will one day83.____
really think and feel. Do you think that people will afraid84.____
when they will find that the computer is too clever to85.____
serve the people?
高一年级学生将于本周五下午4点钟举行英语角活动。地点在实验楼前的花园里。届时将有外籍教师Mr. Smith参加。约1个小时后,将在公共教室里放映英语原版电影《飘》。想参加此次活动的同学请到班长处报到, 越快越好。
1. 《飘》：Gone with the Wind。