第 I 卷
1.Where is Mike from?
2,What will the man do with the TV?
B.Turn it off
3.What does the woman want to buy?
4.What does the man think of the show?
B.It’s out of style.
C.It’s amodern show.
5.Why does the man want the apartment outside the city?
C.It’s more convenient.
6.How often doesTim runnow?
B.About two days a week.
C.About four days a week.
7.When did Tim start running?
A.When he was in university.
B.When he was in high school.
C.When he was in primary school.
8.Whv doesn’t the man take the first table?
A.It’s too small.
B.The style isn’t nice.
C.He doesn’t like the color.
9.How does the man pay?
B.With a store card.
C.By credit card
10.Where does the conversation probably take place?
A.In a restaurant.
B.In a fumiture store.
C.At the woman’s house.
11.How much money does Chris have?
1 2.What does Chris say about Pookie?
A.He is lost.
B.He iS dead.
C.He iS sick.
13.What do we know about Stan?
A.He has several kids.
B.He loves dogs.
C.He is helpful.
1 4.What kind of room does Mr.Johnson need?
A.A double room.
B.A single room.
C.A business room.
1 5.How much will Mr.Johnson pay for the room a night?
1 6.What does Mr.Johnson tell the woman?
A.His name and flight number.
B.His name and phone number.
C.His phone number and email address.
1 7.When will Mr.Johnson 1and?
A.At 7:00 P.m.
B.At 9:00 P.m.
听第1 0段材料,回答第1 8至20题。
1 8.How many people visited the park in its first six months?
1 9.Which themed area iS now under development?
C.Toy Story Land.
20.What was built instead of Dis~ey’S classic Main Street USA?
On the way to my company, I was driving behind a small truck. I was a few minutes late and watching the two men ahead of me talking in that slow truck made me angry.
The light turned green, but the truck was still moving very slowly. I became impatient, so I turned right to go past it. Suddenly, a new blue Chevy Silverado was rushing by. I tried to stop, but my car hit the side of the Chevy.
“Pow!” I heard a big noise and then I realized that an accident happened. For a moment, just a moment... I asked if I was OK, and honestly, I was waiting for people to come over and help me. Those thoughts didn't last long, as the answer came into my mind that the air bag had saved me. Luckily, I was still alive.
Slowly I opened the door. The warm, bright morning sunlight hit my face and I felt better. I saw the Chevy Silverado and I ran over to check if the driver in it was injured. “Are you OK?”I shouted loudly through the window. His h ead was down, eyes closed, and he didn't answer me.
At that moment, I thought I was looking at a dead man. Full of fear, I shouted again, and knocked at the window heavily once more. His eyes started to open, and he slowly shook his head, “Yes.”
Once again,I said to myself, “How lucky I am!”
21.The writer was in such a hurry because ______.
A.he must wait for the green lights
B.his car was behind a slow truck
C.he wanted to go past the small truck
D.he was a little bit late for
22.The time when the accident happened was ________.
A.in the afternoon
C.in the morning
D.in the evening
23.Which of the following is WRONG according to the passage?
A.Someone else helped the writer when the accident happened.
B.The writer's car hit the side of the Chevy Silverado.
C.The driver of the Chevy Silverado didn't answer the driver at first.
D.There were at least two men in the slow truck.
Before you were my teacher, I thought that teaching was the last thing I wanted to do. Why would someone want to come in every day and attempt to instruct students, many of whom couldn't care less, or to get paid very little compared with the work he or she put in?
You may have thought that the only thing I was learning from you was the course, but that’s not all l learned. From reference books to funny jokes, you made each class exciting. You always tried to make class charming so that we could be excited about learning. However, those days have gone by.
Whenever I was confused and needed extra help, you were the exact one to turn to. I would walk into your room for help and there would be several kids. You ran from one student to the next helping each one through their confusion. You could have gone back home after the bell rang. Instead, you chose to Stay and care about what your students did.
You didn't only care about my learning, but you also cared about other things I was involved in. At the beginning of the year, we wrote down our hobbies and interests. You remembered what we wrote, too. I had missed class for track meets (田径运动会)and when I came back the next day, you would ask me how it went. Many of the teachers never bothered to ask what I liked to do.
These things showed me the value of teaching. They showed me how much of an influence a teacher can have on a student. I want to be the one that influences students
and pushes them toward success. I want students to leave my classroom thinking that their time was worthwhile (值得的). I want to be the inspiration for them that you were for me. Whenever it gets hard for m e to continue on this path, I’ll remember you and what you did for me.
24. What did the author think of teaching before the teacher taught him?
A. Dull but worthwhile.
B. Boring and low-paid.
C. Honorable but dangerous.
D. Challenging and easily-attacked.
25. How did the author find the teacher’s class in Paragraph 2?
26. The teacher asked his students to write down their hobbies and interests to _________.
A. understand them better
B. involve them, in more activities
C. treat them differently
D. control them in a better way
27. What does the author think the value of teaching lies in?
A. The care and passion that teachers have.
B. The process of students’ forming a good habit.
C. The successful students whom a teacher has taught,
D. The influence on students’ developmen t in the future.
What does it take to be a good neighbor?Over the years I have had all kinds of neighbors,ones that were enjo yable and others that were to be avoided at all costs.
One of the most important things in being a good neighbor is to r espect尊敬 a person’s privacy(隐私).When someone new moves into the neighborhood it is a good idea to watch them to see how friendly you should be. If you go rushing over as soon as they move in they may think you are going to be one of those neighbors that come over at all times of the day,not respectin g their privacy.
It is a good idea always to be friendly to everyone in the neighborhood. This can not only put you on good terms with them,but will also be a form of protection for your family and home. If you wave as they drive by or offer a friendly hello while they are out in their yard this shows that you respect them. If you are friendly to them they are much more likely可能的 to watch out for any wrong doings going on around
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