省基础教育课程教材开发研究中心编写 责任编辑 张帆 I , Listening. Part I Listen to the five short conversations once and choose the best answer. 1. How did the woman
get home? A. By air. B. By train. C. By bus. 2. What do we know about the girl? A. She’s just had an exam. B. She is too serious. C. She is probably a student. 3. Why did the man visit the woman? A. To say sorry to her. B. To borrow something. C. To help cook a meal. 4. Where does the woman think the man might have left his bag? A. In the hall. B. In the classroom. C. In the gym. 5. What was the woman’s job last year? A. An engineer. B. A teacher. C. An official. Part II Listen to the three longer conversations twice and choose the best answer. 6. What does the woman have? A. A grey scarf. B. A green scarf. 7. Where does the woman work? A. In the shoe section. B. At the register. 8. When did the man probably lose his scarf? A. At 4:20. B. At 4:40. 9. How often does the man contact his aunt? A. Once a month. B. Once a week. C. Seldom. 10. Why doesn’t his aunt chat with him online? C. A pair of gloves. C. In the clothes section. C. At 5:30. A. Her kids keep her busy all the time. 21. I still rem em ber________to the Great Wall when I was at the age of five. A. to take B. to be taken C. taking D. being taken 22. The picture was taken a long time ago. I wonder if you c a n ________ my father. A. find out B. pick out C. look out D. speak out 23. — Your daughter looks too thin for her height. Yes. She is to o ________about food. There is no way of making her fat. A. special B. particular C. unusual D. especial 24.When a typhoon com es, people on duty are advised to s ta y ________ all
night. A. asleep B. awake C. alive D. alone 25.It w orries Mary a lot that her new cell phone doesn’t ________well and she can find no cme to fix it. A. aim B. run C. ring D. function 26.The exam resu lt________in the speech of our headm aster delighted all of us. A. refer to B. referring to C. was referred to D. referred to 27.________ in 1636，Harvard is one of the most famous universities in the United States. A. Being founded B. It was founded C. Founded D. Founding 28.At the m eeting they discussed three different ________ to the study of m athem atics. A. means B. approaches C. methods D. ways 29.Today CCTV offers a g reat________of programmes to meet different needs and . A. variety; tastes B. many; interests C. deal; likes D. number; habits 30. China Daily is ________a newspaper. It helps to improve our English level. A. no more than B. not more than C. more than D. not less than ID. Close test. It was summer and I had gotten one of the few jobs a 14-year-old can fin d working at Burger King, a fast-food restaurant. It 31 wasn’t a good job, but it m eant money, which was som ething I 32 . One day, I was working behind the front counter, taking 33 . The custom ers were coming and going, and the woman who 34 didn’t seem any different from m ost others. She ordered her meal and I told her the total. As she searched 35 her purse to find some change, the woman soon said that she was about a dollar 36 . “I，m 37 to say this, but I guess I won’t be able to make my purchase 38 she said sadly. That’s when I had the idea of paying the difference for her. She refused at first, but after I insisted, she 39 . She thanked me and moved to the end of the counter to 40 her order. I continued with my work and thought 41 more
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About an hour later business had slowed down and I was waiting for m y next 42 . Then I glanced over towards the 43 and saw the same woman whom I，d helped with the money entering again. I 44 recognized her. She walked straight up to me and said, “I want to thank you again for what you did. You see, I’m a diabetic(糖尿病患者），and 45 I need to eat something right away. That’s why I came in earlier. If you hadn’t helped me as you did, I 46 have fainted. Thank you.” She 47 me two dollars twice what I，d given her.
48 the woman walk away, I realized that God had used me to help her. In the end, I was 49 not only with money but also with the satisfaction of knowing that I’d helped someone out of a 50 spot. 31. A. firstly B. roughly C. certainly D. strictly 32. A. needed B. offered C. interested D. provided 33. A. menus B. orders C. service D. food 34. A. reached B. moved C. presented D. approached 35. A. through B. around C. about D. across 36. A. more B. few C. tall D. short 37. A. guilty B. disappointed C. em barrassed D. surprised 38. A. above all B. in all C. first of all D. after all 39. A. refused B. agreed C. denied D. adapted 40. A. pick up pick out C. carry out D. take up 41. A. none B. anything C. nothing D. something 42. A. patient B. friend C. visitor D. custom er 43. A. entrance B. restaurant C. counter D. window 44. A. suddenly B. im m ediately C. occasionally D. com pletely 45. A. at a tim e B. at time C. sometime D. sometimes 46. A. shall B. may C. might D. need 47. A. handed B. afforded C. held D. lent 48. A. Looking B. W atching C. Observing D. N oticing 49. A. awarded B. rewarded C. honoured D. returned 50. A. tight B. loose C. em barrassing D. satisfying IV. Reading comprehension. Part I Read the following passages and choose the best answer.
A Your gestures and how you hold yourself during a presentation convey as much as words might. You should face the audience rather than turn your back to them. Here are some more tips. Don’t gaze down. N ever look away from your audience. Never lose eye contact with those who have come to hear you speak. Eye contact helps you connect with people and win their trust. Don’t play with your hands. Playing with your hands is distracting. Unless you are pointing to something in your presentation or making a big movement, keep your hands by your side. Don’t turn away from the audience. “Nobody wants to look at your back,” says Rosenthal who likes the “think, turn, talk” method. Look at an item you are discussing to gather your thoughts, turn to look at the audience, and then start speaking. Don’t roll your eyes. You don’t want to distract your audience with visual effects like rolling your eyes. This is especially true when you’re responding to questions, or comments, and you don’t want to appear im patient. Don’t chortle（ 咯咯笑）. “Nobody wants to see a clown perform ing unless,
o f course, you’re at the circus,” says Rosenthal. Don’t haw ( 支吾 ）? Do your best to avoid “filler” words. Keep the “um “you know” and “like” out of your speech. Don’t look messy. You should be neat and organized. Dress for the environm ent. So what should you do? Smile. Stand. Make eye contact. Open your arms. Speak loudly. Rosenthal says, “Plan for success. Look good, sound good, and know your m aterial.” 51. What is this passage m ainly about? A. Some tips on how to win people’s trust. B. Some tips on how to give a presentation. C. Some tips on how to prepare a presentation well. D. The im portance o f eye contact during a presentation. 52. W hat does the underlined word “convey” in Paragraph 1 probably mean? A. Express. B. Corrfpare. C. Hide. D. Improve. 53. When giving a presentation, the w riter suggests that w e________. A. make use of our hands as often as possible B. should keep our hands by our side C. never make big movements D. never point at something 54. W hat should we avoid during a presentation? a. Speaking to the screen. b. Looking at the audience, c. Rolling our eyes. d. Chortling. A. abc B. abd C. acd D. bed 55. The w riter would probably agree that when we are giving a presentation, we Should___________ ?A. haw sometimes B. give a funny performance C. try not to open our arms D. try not to use “filler” words Investing ( ) in agricultural research and development can help poor countries fight hunger and poverty. A new study says investm ents in sub-Saharan A frica increased by more than twenty percent between 2001 and 2008. However, the study also found that ju st a few countries were responsible for most of that
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58. W hat does the underlined word “enhanced” in Paragraph 2 mean? A. Changed. B. Increased. C. Checked. D. Removed. 59. W hich o f the following countries might NOT spend enough money on agricultural research in 2008? A. Botswana. B. Burundi. C. Uganda. D. Nigeria. 60. According to the last paragraph, why aren’t new researchers hired? A. Because they are not qualified. B. Because they are too old to be hired. C. Because the budget for researchers is lim ited. D. Because there are already enough researchers. C
One day a mime is visiting the zoo and attem pts to earn some money as a street perform er. As soon as he starts to draw a crowd, a zookeeper drags him into his office. The zookeeper explains that the zoo’s most popular attraction, a gorilla(大猩猩 ），has died suddenly and the keeper fears that attendance ) at the zoo w ill fall off. He offers the mime a job to dress up as the gorilla. The mime accepts. The next morning the mime puts on the gorilla suit and enters the cage before the crowd com es. He soon discovers he can sleep all he wants, play and make fiin of people and he draws bigger crowds than he ever did as a mime—the job he likes but loses. However, with days going by, he begins to notice that the people are paying more attention to the lion in the cage next to his. Not wanting to lose the attention o f his audience, he clim bs to the top of his cage, crawls across a partition ( 隔墙） ，and dangles( 悬挂) from the top to the lion’s cage. The lion gets angry at this. The scene is a fuel to the crowd. At the end o f the day he is given a rise for being such a good attraction— w ell, this continues for some tim e. The crowds grow larger, and the mime’s pay keeps going up. Then one day when he is dangling over the lion he slips and falls. The mime is terrified. He starts scream ing, “Help m e,” but the lion is quick. The mime soon finds him self flat on his back looking up at the angry lion and the lion says, “Shut up you fool! Do you want to get us both fired? 61. The mime accepts the zookeeper’s offer because________. A. he has been out o f work B. he doesn’t like being a mime C. he likes perform ing at the zoo D. he is offered a higher pay there 62. How does the mime find the job dressing up as the gorilla? A. Hard and tiring. B. Dangerous. C. Easy and funny. D. Boring. 63. The mime’s first contact with the lion is to ______ A. find pleasure for him self B. get the lion’s attention C. get his pay raised D. win back his audience 64. The underlined words “a fuel” in Paragraph 3 can be replaced by “_______ A. frightening B. common C. exciting D. fam iliar 65. From the last paragraph we can know th a t________. A. the lion w ill eat the poor mime B. the lion is also played by a person C. the anim als in the zoo are all played by people D. anim als played by people can attract more visitors Part D Read the following text and choose the most suitable heading from A-F for each paragraph. There is one extra heading which you do not need.
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A. Take breaks. B. Get enough sleep. C. Pick a proper tim e. D. Eat before you’re hungry.
E. Make a quiet environm ent. F. Work together with a friend. Tips on K eeping Focused 66.
If people are around you and you can’t work with constant chatter, go into another room. If an interesting movie is on TV, turn it off. If your dog won’t quit barking, lock it outside. This is a pretty obvious way to stay focused. 67. One o f the best things you can do is to find a period of the day when you can stay focused. For exam ple, if you’re a stay-at-hom e mum who works on the com puter, w ait until you send the kids to school starting work. If you’re a student and you need to study for a big test tomorrow, w ait until your sister goes to work or your little brother goes to preschool, etc. 68. _____‘ ， Get all those best annoying physical needs out of the way first. Not only is this good for you to stay focused, but I learned in health class that this is a way for you to stay healthy in general. Don’t w ait to get hungry; stuff yourself with a sandwich before you head off to work or study. 69. _______ If you have a lot of work, you can break it down into sm aller and more m anageable tasks. Taking a break after each small task is finished is a great choice. Taking a break after an hour of hard work is reasonable. However, it is not okay if you take a break every fifteen minutes. Give yourself a break schedule and stick to it. Be sure to get a good night’s rest. If you’re at work with your head dropping, you definitely won’t be able to work effectively. M oreover, a documentary about sleeping and dream ing explained that when students study right before they go to bed, the inform ation they have ju st learned w ill be retained in their brains when they sleep. This will make the individual more focused and perform better the next day. Proofreading. I can’t swim because I have a strong fear of water. Look back at my childhood experience, I think that three reason might explain the fear. The first reason is thatI am not allow ed to going near the w ater when I was a child, for my mother had an unreasonable fear o f it. So, I was taught see the water as something danger. Second, my eyes became bad ones when I was five. If I took off away my glasses in the w ater, I couldn’t see som ething, and this increased my fear. The worst partof my experience is that as a child I often saw a neighbour drowned. Since then I have been more frightening. VI. Guided writing.
中学生经历过很多考试，体验过成功，也遭遇过失败。请你根据提示内 容，简要概述中学生普遍存在的对考试失败的两种态度，并结合自身实际，说 明你的观点。
态度一:当考试结果不尽如人意时，情绪低落，丧失信心，不再继续努力。' 态度二:当考试失败时，分析失败的原因，鼓励自己，增强自信，避免再犯 同样的错误。 你的观点:失败乃成功之母。 注意：1.不要逐句翻译，可适当增加细节以使行文连贯； 2. lho词左右。
Listening materials: key Text 1 M: How did you get home? W: At first, I planned to take the plane. But then I decided to take a train because of the storm. W: I’m really worried about my chemistry exam tomorrow. M: Want me to help you? W: Really? M: I，m serious. I’d be glad to help. ' ' ,l> W: I’d really appreciate it. xt3 W: Who is it? M: It’s me, Tom. Sorry to trouble you, Tracy. But I have run out of milk. Could I borrow some? W: Yeah. No problem. Come in …Here you are. ' Kt 4 M: You haven’t seen my bag, have you? s W: Have you checked back in the classroom? I didn’t see you with it in the hall when you came out. 5 M: What work have you done in the last ten years? W: I’ve had many kinds of jobs. 1 was once an engineer, and later I was a teacher. I have been an official for tiie last three years. st 6 M: Excuse me. Did you find a green wool scarf? I was here about five minutes ago. W: I can look. M: Thanks. W: I have a grey scarf, but I don’t have a green one. Sorry. Where were you in the store, sir? ' M: Well, first, I was in the shoe section. Then I looked at sweaters and jackets. W: Just a moment …Hi, it’s Sue at the register upstairs. Did you find a green wool scarf? ... O K ... You're in luck. They have your scarf in the shoe section. M: Oh, what a relief! Thanks for your help. W: My pleasure. M: Oh, it*s 4:30. Is there a subway station near here?
6. The quiet girl has come to life since she entered the college. 7. Not only does he speak English, he can also write articles in it. I . 1. various 2. fantasy 3. carpenter 4. Engines 5. attraction 6. minorities 7. shuttle 8. freeway 9. Tournament 10. brochure II. 1—5 ADBAC 6— 10 CABDD . III. 1—4 CCCB Exam I . 1—5 BCBBC 6— 10 ABAAC 11— 15 ABCAB II. 16—20 CCDAA 21—25 DBBBD 26—30 DCBAC El. 31—35 CABDA 36—40 DCDBA 41—45 CDABD 46—50 66—70, CABBA ECDAB IV. 51—55 BABCD 56—60 CBBDC 61—65 ACDCB ,V. 第一行：Look 改为 Looking ： reason 改为 reasons 第三行：am 改为 was 第三行：going 改为 g o 第四行：taught 后面加 t o 第四行：danger 改为 dangerous 第五行：去掉 a w a y 第六行：something 改为 anything 第七行：often 改为 once 第八行：frightening 改为 frightened i VI. One possible version: We middle school students have had many tests or exams and have both achieved success and suffered from failure, but different students take different attitudes towards failure. Some fall in low'spirits when they don’t do well in exams, losing heart and no longer studying as hard as before. However, most students take an active attitude. By encouraging themselves to be self-confident, they find out and analyze the causes so that they will no longer make similar mistakes. In my opinion, failure is the mother of success. It can teach us a lot in the process of reaching our goals. Only by tasting failure can we better enjoy tide finit of success. Listening materials: Text 1 M: How did you get home? W: At first, I planned to take the plane. But then I decided to take a train because of the W: Yes, there’s one over there. Toronto has a good public traffic system. There are buses, streetcars, and trains to different parts of the city and to areas outside the city. Text 7 W: Do you keep in touch with your aunt in America? M: Sure，I usually call her once a month. W: That sounds kind of expensive. M: Yeah, a little, I guess. W: Do you ever have the desire to chat online? M: Sure. But my aunt is a little older and not really into using the computer. W: But surely she would want to save a little money. You said she has kids. They must have a computer in the house. You could get one of her kids to teach her how to use the Internet. M: Yeah, I guess I never really thought about it. I kind of like hearing the sound of her
voice. It feels a little closer and more personal. W: Yeah, I understand. I like hearing my parents’ voices too, but I don’t feel like I need to hear them every time we talk. M: Hmm. Maybe I will get her kids to help. It’s a good idea. Text 8 M: All the food for the restaurant is prepared and cooked in this kitchen. You see that tall man? That’s John. He bakes pies, biscuits, cakes, fresh bread, and rolls daily. And he also prepares all the hot desserts. W: How long has he worked here? M: Three years. W: Where are the ovens? M: They are over there behind the preparation area. The man who's smiling and nodding at you is Tom, the assistant chef. He is very busy right now. He prepares all the side orders, hot soups, and hot starters. This is where I work. I do the main courses—beef and fish. This is your station~you’ll work with me. You’ll help with the sauces for the food, and you’ll also help the assistant chef with the salads. And these are the knives— you’ll need to sharpen them daily. There’s an electric sharpener over there, and some basins and pans and pots. If you do the morning shift, you start at seven and finish at three with a one-hour break. y
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