英 语 试 题
一、听力测试(共25小题; 1-20小题，每小题1分；21-25小题，每小题2分; 共计30分；每小题约有8秒钟的答题时间)
1. A. Here you are. B. Nice idea! C. So am I!
2. A. Hurry up! B. Pretty good! C. Never mind!
3. A. That’s interesting!B. Good job!C. That’s no excuse!
4. A. Here we go. B. I agree.C. I haven’t decided yet.
5. A. Of course you will.B. That’s not the point. C. No, not usually.
6. ___________ 7. ___________ 8. ___________
A B C
9. What’s wrong with the girl?
A. She has a headache. B. She has a stomachache.C. She has a toothache.
10. Where is the library？
A. On the left of the office building.
B. On the right of the office building.
C. In front of the office building.
11. What will the man do?
A. Write a book. B. Read a book review.C. Write a book review.
12. What does the woman think of the man？
A. Interesting. B. Friendly.C. Kind.
13.Why did the woman come back from London?
A. She came back on business.
B. Life was hard in London.
C. She came back to take care of her parents.
14. The woman wants a table for ________ people.
A. four B. five C. six
15. The woman wants a table near the ________.
A. door B. kitchen C. window
16. The woman will come to the Garden’s at ________ tomorrow evening.
A. 7:00 B. 6:30 C. 6:00
17. The Garden’s is ________.
A. a restaurant B. a shop C. a book store
18. DavidA. teach where there aren’t enough teachers
19. Volunteers B. make an English study plan to improve his English
20. Sam C. be a singer from New York who has got some great songs
Weather Report for the Next 24 Hours
In the north
snow with (21)__________ winds
put on warm clothes
In the south
take a free (23)__________ outside
In the west
cold in the morning and (24)__________
In the east
some (25)__________ in the afternoon
take an umbrella
Isn’t fast food delicious? Aren’t fast food restaurants cool? ... The answer to these questions is yes.
However, there are growing facts that fast food is one of the worst parts of modern life.And studies have shown that burgers and fried chicken, which we enjoy so much, can cause a lot of health problems.
In spite of (尽管)this, why are fast food restaurants so attractive(吸引人的)? The first and most important reason is that their service is fast. Their staff(员工) are friendly and very smart-looking in their clean and bright uniforms(制服). Moreover, most fast food restaurants are near places that people always pass by. It is so easy to grab a burger and eat on the way to work.
Fast food is often so conveniently packed(包装方便) that it will not cause a mess even if you stand and eat it. Fast food restaurants are also very clean. A lot of clever ads(广告) have made them the coolest places in town, but none of them has ever told and will never tell you that too much fast food is not good for your health.
Such attractive places are selling junk food! Isn’t it a pity? Is there a way to change the fast food restaurants into special places where you get the best possible, healthy and fresh food?
Well, why not?
As people realize the health problems that fast food causes, it is quite likely that fast food restaurants may go out of date. It may happen sooner or later.
Therefore, instead of resisting(抵制) fast food restaurants, a better idea may be to persuade(说服)them to change their menu! Fast food restaurants can be places to go to when you want to eat something that will be good for your body. If they could combine(结合) healthy food with their speed of service, delicious tastes and comfortable feelings, that will be the next best thing on the earth for the human beings!
26. What does “this” in Paragraph 2 refer to?
A. Fast food is delicious.B. Fast food restaurants are cool.
C. People enjoy fast food. D. Fast food can cause health problems.
27. Fast food has many advantages EXCEPT that it’s _______.
A. delicious B. fast C. healthyD. unhealthy
28. Which word can replace the word “grab” in Paragraph 3?
A. move suddenly B. get quickly
C. throw quickly D. carry carefully
29. According to the passage, ads about fast food________.
A. show you all the facts B. don’t tell you the whole truth
C. make it hard to buy fast food D. make fast food restaurants out of date
30. The author advises ________.
A. making the service of fast food faster B. resisting fast food restaurants
C. changing tastes of fast foodD. making fast food good for health
31. To save energy or water, you’d better ________.
A. dry things in the sun B. drive a car to work
C. take long showers D. brush teeth with water running
32. To call on more people to work together, you should_______.
A. save energy and water B. be an advocate
C. reduce, reuse and recycleD. be friendly to wildlife
33. What does the underlined word “vulnerable” mean in Chinese?
A. 野生的 B. 家养的 C. 强壮的 D. 弱小的
34. The purpose of the passage is to______.
A. help the kids learn English B. help people learn more about kids
C. teach kids how to keep animals D. tell the kids how to protect the earth
35. This passage is from_______.
A. a guidebook B. a science book C. a website D. a newspaper
We see humans all around us. But when was the first human seen? Early humans did not leave behind any written records. However, they left behind many paintings on the walls of the caves(洞穴) where they lived. These paintings tell about their life, and we know these early humans walked on four limbs(四肢) like apes（猿）. Also, they did not live at one place but moved from place to place in search of food and water.
Without any tools, early humans used stones, bones of animals, and sharp pieces of wood to dig, hunt and cut their food. They also used these to protect themselves from animals. Since stones were used to make tools, this age was called Stone Age.
With time going, tools made of bones and stones were replaced with metal(金属的) oneswhich were stronger, sharper, and long-lasting. Metals were also used for farming and makingknives. Copper(铜) was the first metal to be used.
The first fire that early humans noticed was natural fire caused by lightning(闪电). With fire, early humans could now light up dark caves. They could keep themselves warm during cold weather and cook meat. Also the fire could drive animals away.
Early humans noticed new trees growing from the seeds(种子) that fell to the ground from the fruits. This gave them the idea that they could make their own food by planting seeds, which led to farming. With the beginning of farming, early humans began to settle down(定居). They moved out of the caves and lived on farms and near their fields together, then the first villages came up.
Raising animals was a big event in human history that changed the life of early humans. The wild dogs were probably the first animal to be raised. As time went, goats, sheep, cows, donkeys, and horses were kept, too. This led to herding(畜牧业). Milk, meat and wool came from these animals.
36. Early humans’ paintings don’t tell us _____.
A. when the first human appeared B. how they walked
C. where they lived D. how they lived
37. Early humans had to move around in order to ____.
A. find more caves to live in B. protect themselves from animals
C. look for food and water D. make kinds of tools
38. Early humans used fire to ______.
① light up dark caves ② keep themselves warm ③ cook meat
④ drive animals away ⑤ make knives
A. ①②③④ B. ①②④⑤ C. ②③④⑤ D. ①②③⑤
39. Early humans were able to live in one place when _______.
A. they could walk on two feet B. they could use metals
C. they knew how to farm D. they knew how to use fire
40. Which statement is right according to the passage?
A. The first tools were made of copper.
B. The first fire noticed by early humans was caused by lightning.
C. The first villages came up before the farming appeared.
D. The first animal to be raised was sheep.
Although it’s said Van Gogh(梵高)(1853-1890) sold only one painting during his lifetime, different theories(理论) exist(存在).
It is true that The Red Vineyard is the only painting sold during Van Gogh’s lifetime, and that was officially(官方地)recorded and accepted by the art world. It’s recorded that Van Gogh started painting at 27, and died at 37. His famous paintings were produced after he went to France in 1888, only two years before he died. So it would be clear that he did not sell many.
However, others disagree. The leading Van Gogh scholar(学者), Marc, is one of them. Though the story that Van Gogh sold just one painting still goes around, he insists(坚持说) that Van Gogh sold at least two.
Also, according to the Van Gogh Museum website, Van Gogh actually sold a number of paintings for living during his lifetime. His first money came from his uncle, who was an art dealer(经销商). In order to help Van Gogh’s career(事业), he ordered 19 paintings. And Van Gogh himself would often trade his paintings for food or art supplies(美术用品)when he was younger.
Van Gogh died in July of 1890. His brother was a wise dealer and saved lots of paintings by Van Gogh. His greatest wish was to make the works more widely known and make much money. Sadly he himself died just six months later. He left a large collection of art to his wife, who “sold some of Van Gogh’s works, lent as many as she could to exhibitions, and published(出版) many of Van Gogh’s letters to his brother. Without her, Van Gogh would never have become as famous as he is today.” After her death, her son founded the Van Gogh Museum.
41. According to________, only one painting was sold during Van Gogh’s lifetime.
A. the official records B. the Van Gogh Museum website
C. Van Gogh’s brother’s son D. Van Gogh’s uncle
42. What can we infer(推断) from Paragraph 4?
A. Van Gogh’s paintings were popular. B. Van Gogh was poor then.
C. Van Gogh disliked his paintings. D. Van Gogh’s paintings were expensive.
43. Which statement is right according to the passage?
A. Van Gogh’s brother got rich by selling his paintings.
B. Van Gogh wrote many letters to his brother.
C. Van Gogh’s brother died earlier than him.
D. Van Gogh’s brother’s wife sold all his works.
44. Who is the most important person to make Van Gogh so famous?
A. Van Gogh himself. B. Van Gogh’s brother.
C. Van Gogh’s brother’s wife. D. The leading Van Gogh scholar.
45. The passage is mainly about ________.
A. whether Van Gogh sold only one painting in his life
B. how Van Gogh became famous
C. the whole life of Van Gogh
D. the family of Van Gogh
Manuel Vera, who lives in Maryland, is 71 years old. He thinks that homes must be full of old bikes because bikes are good memories of home and love. (46)______________________. He said, “I grew up in Peru. My father taught me to ride. I remember when my father first let go of the bike. (47)______________________. I could go wherever my bike might take me.”
(48)______________________. Children grow up and don’t need them any more. Some people stop riding them because of more cars. Manuel Vera felt kind of sad. (49)______________________. He would try to get these old bikes back on the road. In 2020, he sent a message to his neighbors. It said he would fix their bikes for free. Mr. Vera fixed 104 bicycles in the last year. He ran out of bikes to work on. (50)______________________. He asked if people had unused bikes in the message. He would fix them up and give them away. Mr. Vera gives the bikes away at a park. He says it is the perfect place.
Sometimes, Mr. Vera will see a bicycle he fixed. “Every old bike is shining with good memories of love,” he said with his eyes shining.
A. An idea came to his mind
B. It was a surprise to ride by myself
C. That makes him think of his childhood
D. In January he sent another message around
E. All his neighbors are thankful to him for doing this
F. As time goes, bikes are disappearing in people’s life
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Row Boats in the Park
I keep a number of lists about things I want to do, places I want to see, and food I want to eat. And for a long time — nearly seven years — rowing boats in the park has always been the (51)___________ thing on my lists.
Somehow, checking this one off the list always meant that many things had to be just right: the right weather, a free day, and childcare-free.
Well, to my (52)___________ and happiness, all three of those things did come together on my birthday morning! After breakfast, Jordan and I made our way to the park (53)___________ .
(54)___________the autumn colors weren’t yet at their peak(峰值), the autumn scenery(风景) was still great to see. It was (55)___________, and the wind was soft and gentle. Our limited(有限的) row-boating skills gave us reasons to laugh at (56)___________.
We made our way past the trees, under the bridge, and into the lake. The water was still and clear (57)___________ a mirror(镜子) under the boat, in which we can see the reflections(倒影) of the boat and our smiling (58)___________.
Everything was fun as I imagined. I can’t think of a (59)___________ way to get relaxed on my birthday than this.
“Have you decided (60)___________ to do next on your lists? ” Jordan asked me.
“I have to think it over,” I replied.
“Take your time, ” Jordan said to me, “I will always be here.”
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When Ariel rode her bike to the riverside, last November, she planned to go hiking and bird-watching. Bingo! A mile into her walk, she (61)____________ a beautiful swan(天鹅) lying near the riverside. Ariel had worked at the Wild Bird Fund rehab center (康复中心) and knew that swans can be aggressive(攻击性的). But as she got close to this one, she found that it was hurt. “I (62)____________ it, or it will die,” she thought.
Ariel put her jacket over the bird’s head (63)____________ it calm. She gently picked it up, and held it in her arms. And then she thought, “What do I do now?” Her bestchoice (64)____________ the rehab center, but that was across the river and on the other side of the city. How was she going to transport a 17-pound swan on her bike all that way? Luckily, when she (65)____________ around for help, some strangers drove by and offered her, her bike and the swan a ride to a nearby subway station.
Ariel called the rehab center on the way, and an animal-care manager picked her up at the subway station and drove the bird, the bike and her to the center. There,the swan(66)____________ , treated and taken good care of. By now, the bird (67)____________ many swan friends there, and it is living a happy life. It’s really a happy ending.
The real story is just how far some people are willing to go to save a swan in the big city. In all, Ariel spent two hours (68)____________ on foot, by car and subway. “If an animal is in danger, I (69)____________ whatever I can. I always (70)____________ happy because of this,” she said.
That’s the perfect summary of who she is. Do you agree?
Self-love is the most important if you want to find out your full potentials(潜质) on earth. Accepting who you are makes you feel that you are good enough.
You are good enough does not mean you are perfect. Nobody is perfect. Being good enough means you accept who you are and believe in yourself. The truth is, opinions of other people make it hard for you to find the good part of yourself. So, 73 you need to believe in yourself instead of caring what people think of you. Be sure you are doing it for yourself, notfor someone else. Just make efforts to improve yourself and then you are sure to become the best you can be, or a better version(版本) of yourself.
What should we do when someone is stuck(深陷) in the ocean of not feeling good enough? Here are some suggestions to help. First, be a good listener. Listening to someone will not only make them feel they are worthy but also make you know better what they are going through. Then you will get the idea of how to cheer them. Besides, always encourage others. When people talk about their dreams, tell them it’s possible that all dreams can come true. So, loving others in this way will make them feel good enough.
71. What does “being good enough” mean?
72. Translate the underlined sentence into Chinese.
73. What should you do to make yourself a better version?
74. List two suggestions mentioned to help others feel good enough.
a. _______________________________ b. ______________________________
75. Give a proper title to the passage.
世界卫生组织和联合国儿童基金会将生活技能（life skills）作为全球青少年儿童发展的重要主题之一。请根据图中提示写一篇英语短文，描述作为青少年, 你们应提高哪些及如何提高自己的生活技能。除了提示中的内容，请你至少再补充一条。
Life skills are necessary for us. What life skills should we teenagers develop? And how? Here is my opinion.
All in all, if we try our best to improve these life skills, we will lead a happier, and healthier life.
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21. strong 22. warm 23. walk 24. evening 25. rain
26-30 DDBBD 31-35 ABDDC 36-40 ACACB 41-45 ABBCA
51. first 52. surprise 53. immediately 54. Although55. sunny
56. ourselves 57. like 58. faces 59. better 60. what
61. saw 62. must help 63. to help 64. was 65. was looking
66. was checked 67. has made68. traveling/travelling 69. will do70. feel
71. It means you accept who you are and believe in yourself. / Accepting who you are and believing in yourself.
73. (Just) Make efforts to improve yourself.
74. a. Be a good listener. b. Always encourage others.
75. How/Ways/Suggestions/Advice/Tips to make yourself and others feel good enough
（一）One possible version:
Learning life skills is necessary for us, because what we are depends on what we learn. What kind of life skills should we teenagers learn? Here is my opinion.
First, we should try our best to keep healthy. It’s a good idea to keep a balanced diet and take daily exercise. And be happy every day.
Second, working with others is important. Sometimes, we need to work as a team. When we communicate with others, try to understand them.
Third, solve problems in different ways. We are able to find out the problem, find solutions alone or with others and then solve it.
Besides, learn to manage time. We can make a list of things to do every morning. Get up early and never be late for school.
Finally, learn some basic skills, such as cooking. We can ask family for help or search the Internet. Then practice making some dishes.
All in all, if we try our best to learn these life skills, we will lead a better, happier, and healthier life.