1.(1.5分)What will the man do tonight?
A.Go to a movie.
2.(1.5分)Where will the bookshelf probably be put?
A.Near the window.
B.In the bedroom.
C.Beside the fireplace.
3.(1.5分)What does the man want to be?
4.(1.5分)Who is the man?
A.A taxi driver.
C.A front desk clerk.
5.(1.5分)Where are the two speakers?
A.In a hospital.
B.In a supermarket.
C.In a post office.
6.What is the woman doing?
A.Seeing a doctor.
B.Doing a survey.
C.Making an appointment.
7.How does the man keep fit?
A.By eating a healthy diet.
B.By taking enough sleep.
C.By riding the bike to work.
8.When is the library open?
A.From 8 am to 10 pm.
B.From 9 am to 5 pm.
C.From 9 am to 9 pm.
9.What is needed in the computer rooms?
A.The student card.
B.The soft shoes.
10.Where will they go at the weekend?
C.The science museum.
11.What can they do there?
A.See a new game show opening.
B.See the computer exhibit.
C.See Love and Hate.
12.How will they get there?
13.What day will Answer That be on TV?
14.What prize will the winner get this week?
15.What is the speaker doing?
B.Advertising a new TV quiz show.
C.Explaining the rules of a new game.
16.(7.5分)Packham's Shipping Agency﹣Customer Service
Address to be collected from：Westall (17) ，
Contents：clothes，some (19) and books
Total value：￡(20) .
21.(1分)With a school built in the village，the children needn't climb the mountain for study.( )
A.at B.for C.over D.in
22.(1分)﹣It has been so foggy recently.
﹣Cheer up!The fog to clear up from tomorrow.( )
A.expects B.is expected
C.will expect D.will be expected
23.(1分)I had wanted to visit the gallery before I Florence，but it's closed on Sundays.( )
A.left B.has left C.leave D.would leave
24.(1分)When in trouble，many teenagers go to their friends for advice.( )
A.to ask B.asking C.ask D.asked
25.(1分)You should consider carefully the car you want to buy is worth the money.( )
A.that B.which C.whether D.what
26.(1分)The earthquake victims were given clothes and food，without which they of cold and hunger.( )
A.would die B.will die
C.have died D.would have died
27.(1分)﹣Are you free tomorrow?I was wondering if we could have lunch together.
﹣No，I'm afraid not.I John then.( )
A.am meeting B.met C.have met D.was meeting
28.(1分)She doesn't speak our language，_____ she seems to understand what we say.( )
A.for B.and C.yet D.or
29.(1分)Living in a fast﹣paced world，we get left behind if we stop learning.( )
A.should B.dare C.may D.need
30.(1分)Ever since the patients moved to the new hospital last year，they better medical treatment.( )
A.have received B.had received
C.will receive D.received
31.(1分)Carl hopes to win the tennis game one day.That is he has been practicing hard.( )
A.why B.how C.because D.where
32.(1分)﹣Have you found a new job，Jim?
﹣Not yet.I really regret the IBM's offer.( )
A.to turn down B.turning down C.turned down D.turn down
33.(1分)The woods are remains of a huge forest once covered the whole area.( )
A.where B.which C.whose D.when
34.(1分)There will be no going back_____our decision is made.( )
A.once B.unless C.until D.before
﹣Yes.The fish is served undercooked and with nothing .( )
A.to add B.adding C.added D.adds
36.(30分)This was my grandmother's first Christmas without grandfather，and before he passed away we had promised grandfather that we would make this her best Christmas ever.When my parents and I (36) at her house，we found she had waited up all night for us.The house did seem a little(37) without grandfather.
Grandfather had always said that the Christmas (38) was the most important decoration of all.So we immediately set to work on the beautiful artificial tree that was stored in grandfather's closet (壁橱).Through our efforts，we finally stepped back to (39) our handiwork.It looked beautiful.(40) something was missing.
"Where's your star?"I asked.
The star was my grandmother's favorite part of the tree.
"Why，it (41) be here somewhere，"she said，starting to sort through the boxes again."Your grandfather always (42) everything so carefully when he took the tree down."
As we emptied the boxes and (43) no star，my grandmother's eyes filled with tears.Grandfather had given it to grandmother some fifty years ago on their first Christmas together.It brought them great happiness.Now，on her first Christmas without him，the star was (44) ，too.
"Don't worry，Grandmother，"I (45) her."We'll find it for you."
My mother and I formed a search (46) ."Let's start in on the closet where the ornaments (装饰品) were，"Mother said."Maybe the star just fell out of the box."
That sounded (47) ，so I began to search the closet.I thought I tried every (48) ，but no star.I could see grandmother was (49) ，although she tried not to show it.
"What's in this wrapped box?"Mother suddenly called out."It was at the bottom of father's closet."Grandmother took the box in (50) and opened it.Her face (51) when she unfolded the paper and pulled out a golden star.There was a(n) (52) attached.
Don't be angry with me，dear.I broke your star while packing the decorations，and I couldn't (53) to tell you.Thought it was time for a new one.I hope it brings you as much(54) as the first one.Merry Christmas!
So grandmother's tree had a star after all，a star that expressed their everlasting love for one another.And we were glad we were able to make this Christmas (55) for her.
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A.Book Theater B.Bookmobile
C.Computer Tutor D.Reader Desk
57.If you get the job of"Bookmobile"，you are expected to .
A.work with young children B.lift heavy boxes
C.check materials for guests D.repair computers
58.The purpose of the advertisement is to .
A.attract students to libraries
B.raise money for libraries
C.introduce new books
D.offer job opportunities.
When I got the driving license last summer，Mom and I took our first trip around an empty parking lot.Then I found that my mother was not the best teacher for me.It wasn't that she shouted，or told me that I was doing poorly.As you can imagine，my mother's"helpful instructions"only managed to make me more nervous.
Since I could no longer practice with her，the job was placed in the hands of my father.The idea of learning from Dad was not one that thrilled me.I loved him dearly，but I just did not see Dad as someone I could be comfortable learning from.He almost never talked.We shared a typical father﹣daughter relationship.He'd ask how school was，and I'd say it was fine.Unfortunately，that was the most of our conversations.Spending hours alone with someone who might as well have been a stranger really scared me.
As we got into the car that first time，I was not surprised at what happened.Dad and I drove around，saying almost nothing，aside from a few instructions on how to turn.As my lessons went on，however，things began to change.Dad would turn the radio up so I could fully appreciate his favorite Stones music.And he actually began talking.I was soon hearing about past failed dates，"basic body"gym class，and other tales from his past，including some of his first meeting with Mom.
Dad's sudden chattiness was shocking until I thought about why he was telling me so much in the car.In all the years that I had wondered why my father never spoke that much，I had never stopped to consider that it was because I had never bothered to listen.Homework，friends，and even TV had all called me away from him，and，consequently，I never thought my quiet father had anything to say.
Since I began driving with him，my driving skill has greatly increased.More important，though，is that my knowledge of who my father is has also increased.Just living with him wasn't enough﹣it took driving with him for me to get to know someone who was a mystery.
59.The author couldn't practice driving with her mother because .
A.she couldn't talk with her mother
B.her father wanted to teach her
C.her mother made her nervous
D.she didn't trust her mother
60.At first，the idea of learning driving from her father made her .
61.What surprised the author when the driving lessons went on?
A.Her Dad liked modern music.
B.Her Dad was the best teacher.
C.Her Dad was a chatty person.
D.Her Dad told her his sad stories.
62.With her story"Car Talk"，the author indicates that .
A.fathers love their daughters dearly
B.mothers are less patient than fathers
C.family members need real communication
D.it takes time to improve the father﹣daughter relationship.
63.(8分)Now Hear This
What do former American president Bill Clinton and rock musician Pete Townshend have in common.'?Both men have hearing damage from exposure to loud music，and both now wear hearing aids as a consequence.As a teenager，Clinton played saxophone in a band.Townshend，who has the more severe hearing loss，was a guitarist for a band called the Who.He is one of the first rock musicians to call the public's attention to the problem of hearing loss from exposure to loud music.
Temporary hearing loss can happen after only 15minutes of listening to loud music.One early warning sign is when your ears begin to feel warm while you listen to music at a rock concert or through headphones.One later is that an unusual sound or a ringing is sometimes produced in your head after the concert.
"What happens is that the hair cells in the inner ear are damaged，but they're not dead，"says physician and ear specialist Dr.Sam Levine.According to Dr.Levine，if you avoid further exposure to loud noise，it's possible to recondition the cells somewhat.However，he adds，"Eventually，over a long period of time，hair cells are permanently damaged."And this is no small problem.
What sound level is dangerous?According to Dr.Levine，regular exposure to noise above 85decibels (分贝) is considered dangerous.The chart below offers a comparison of decibel levels to certain sounds.Here's another measurement you can use.If you're at a rock concert and the music is so loud that you have to shout to make yourself heard，you're at risk for hearing loss.That's when wearing protective devices such as earplugs becomes critical.
The facts are pretty frightening.But are rock bands turning down the volume.'?Most aren't."Rock music is supposed to be loud，"says drummer Andrew Sather."I wouldn't have it any other way.And neither would the real fans of rock."
Continued exposure to loud music and the failure to wear earplugs can lead to deafness，according to Dr.Levine.He states，"There's no cure for hearing loss.Your ears are trying to tell you something.That ringing is the scream of your hair cells dying.Each time that happens，more and more damage is done."<
|Levels of Common Noises|
|Normal conversation 50﹣65dB|
|Food blender 88dB|
|Jet plane flying above a person standing outside 103dB|
|Rock band during a concert 110﹣140dB|
A.loud music is a major cause of hearing loss
B.famous people tend to have hearing problems
C.teenagers should stay away from school bands
D.the problem of hearing damage is widely known
64.In Paragraph 3，the underlined word"recondition"means .
A.not to be seen B.to fill with sound
C.to become larger in size D.to make good again
65.The purpose of the chart at the end of the article is to show .
A.a list of harmful sounds
B.the effect of rock concerts
C.the noise levels of familiar sounds
D.relationship between daily activities and hearing loss
66.Which of the following statements will Dr.Sam Levine probably agree?
A.When your ears feel warm，your hair cells are dead.
B.Drummer Andrew Sather gives good advice.
C.Many are taking the risk of losing hearing.
D.Doctors know how to cure hearing loss.
67.(8分)Whether we should allow marine (海洋的) parks to stay open has been widely debated in our community recently.A variety of different arguments have been put forward about it.
Smith，a sociologist，argued that dolphin parks provide the only opportunity for much of the public to see marine mammals.As this argument goes，most Australians live in cities and never get to see these animals.Marine parks allow the average Australian to appreciate our marine wildlife.However，in fact，there are many places where they can be seen in the wild.Moreover，these places do not charge an overpriced entry fee﹣they are free.
Dr.Alison Lane，the director of the Cairns Marine Science Institute，insists that we need marine parks for scientific research.She argues that much of our knowledge of marine mammals comes from studies which were undertaken at marine parks.The knowledge which is obtained at marine parks can be useful for planning for the preservation of marine mammal species.However，Jones，a zoologist，explains that park research is only useful for understanding captive animals and is not useful for learning about animals in the wild.Their diets are different，they have significantly lower life lengths and they are more likely to have a disease.In addition，marine mammals in dolphin parks are trained and this means that their patterns of social behaviour are changed.
The Marine Park Owners Association holds that marine parks attract a lot of foreign tourists.This position goes on to state that these tourists spend a lot of money，increasing our foreign exchange earnings and assisting our national balance of payments.However，foreign tourists would still come to Australia if the parks were closed down.Indeed，surveys of overseas tourists show that they come here for a variety of other reasons and not to visit places like Seaworld.Tourists come here to see our native wildlife in its natural environment and not to see it in cages and concrete pools.They can see animals in those conditions in their own countries.
In a word，perhaps an agreement cannot be reached now.However，a question does deserve our consideration：If we continue with our past crimes against these creatures，how will our future generations view us?
67.Who support(s) the idea of closing marine parks?
A.Most Australians. B.Alison Lane.
68.What does the author intend to tell us in Paragraph 3?
A.The results from studies are valuable in animal preservation.
B.Scientific research at the marine parks has its limitations.
C.Captive animals have biology changes in marine parks.
D.Human behavior causes harmful effects on the animals.
69.Which is NOT the reason to keep marine parks?
A.For entertainment purpose.
B.For scientific research purpose.
C.For economic purpose.
D.For political purpose.
70.The author tries to persuade readers to accept his argument mainly by .
A.pointing out the problems with keeping the marine parks
B.using evidence he has collected at the marine parks
C.discussing the advantages of animals'natural homes
D.questioning the way the animals are studied.
Imagine that you are an actor performing in a play for the first time.You have learned all your lines and you know where to walk on stage.Waiting behind the closed curtain，you can hear the audience whispering and taking their seats.
Then your big moment arrives!The curtain goes up，and the crowd falls silent.All you can see is the spotlight shining down on you.(71) The inside of your mouth is dry，and your hands are wet.
If you have experienced a moment like this，you know all too well what it means to have stage fright.It is one of the most common types of fear and tends to strike people when they find themselves at the center of attention.(72) People experience this fear when playing sports，giving a presentation，or even speaking in class.A person who suffers from stage fright may get sweaty hands，a dry mouth，a tight throat，or shaky knees.Stage fright is actually a form of panic，and these feelings are very real.
(73) The experience differs from person to person，but the same chemical process occurs in each of us.In reaction to anxiety，our bodies produce a chemical that prepares us to either fight or run away quickly.Scientists refer to this as our bodies'"fight or flight"reaction.As a result，we feel great energy that makes our hands sweat，our hearts race，and our knees shake.
(74) Practicing your performance and following some simple tips can help calm nerves and manage the feelings caused by anxiety.First，dress comfortably and appropriately.Second，before the performance，take deep breaths and stretch to help relax your body.Third，stay away from drinks that contain caffeine.(75) Instead，try a banana!Some doctors believe that eating a banana can help calm your heart and the rest of your body.Finally，when you look into a crowd，try to focus on particular people instead of the whole group.These tips have helped many people learn to deal with their fears.
A.These might make your heart race even faster.
B.You don't have to be onstage to get stage fright.
C.Stage fright is part of the body's reaction to stress.
D.You try to speak your lines，but nothing seems to come out.
E.With practice，we can learn how to relax while playing sports.
F.The good news about stage fright is that here are ways to deal with it.
G.However，there is a time when stage fright prevents you from stepping onstage.
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