1.(30分)1.I didn't have a very easy life when I entered the Middle School.
For a reason that I'm still not sure of，I was(1) disturbed by a girl named Alison.She told me I looked like a rat，that I had no(2) ，and that everyone hated me.I would go to sleep(3) night after night from the rude text messages I would receive from her.One night my mom came into my room and asked me what was wrong.As soon as I showed her all the(4) messages I had received，she became(5) .After a while，she stated that she was going to report this girl to the(6) .I tried to talk her out of it，afraid of being laughed by my classmates，but she was(7) .
The next day during the first period of class I was called into the headmaster's office.I (8) walked into the office and was asked to tell what had happened with Alison.I told Mr.Brown exactly everything，but he never asked to see the (9) on my phone.Later that day my mom also had a meeting with him but Mr.Brown foolishly tried to pass the subject off，
(10) "This is just how girls are，and girls will be girls."(11) ，my mom threatened to bring her(12) into the event if the school refused to take any action.However，Mr.Brown
(13) to treat my mom as the overreacting parent，ignoring her requests.He was greeted the next morning by my mom and her lawyer outside his office.
This is the best thing my mom has ever done for me.Although I hated her while she did it，I'm(14) that she did.It taught me to(15) for what I know is right.
16.(15分)While many Chinese students struggle to earn a high score in English，how do UK teenagers perform in their foreign language classes?
As part of the European Survey on Language Ability，teenagers in 14 different(16) (Europe) countries were tested on their ability to use the first foreign language they(17) (teach) in school.For most English people，that language was French.
The results，(18) was released(发布) last month，suggest that English teenagers are among the worst in Europe at(19) (learn) foreign languages.
The study，conducted by the UK's National Foundation for Educational Research，found the fact(20) nine in ten pupils in England could，at best，understand short，simple texts.And on listening，93 percent(21) English pupils could only understand simple phrases and expressions related to areas such as(22) (person) information，shopping and geography.
To address the issue，the UK government announced last year(23) all primary school children aged 7 and above will be required to learn (24) foreign language.
Currently，about one out of 10 state primary schools offer no language lessons and a further 20 percent only offer(25) to certain year groups，according to The Telegraph.
26.(10分)Your smart﹣phone(智能手机) can do a lot of things.It can call people.It connects to the Internet.It enables you to play fun games.But there is a dark side to this smart little device of yours﹣it might also spread disease.
"People are just as likely to get sick from their phones as from handles of the bathroom，"Jeffery Cain，the president of the American Academy of Family Physicians，told The Wall Street Journal.
This may be hard to believe，but scientists reached this conclusion after they tested eight random cell phones from an office in Chicago.All the tested phones showed high numbers of coli forms(大肠菌)，a kind of bacteria found in excrement(粪便)，with about 2，700 to 4，200 units of the bacteria on each phone.In drinking water，the healthy limit is less than 1 unit per 100 ml of water.This bacteria can cause flu，pinkeye(红眼病) and diarrhea(腹泻).That's right﹣your phone is covered with excrement!
Although computers，keys and pens all carry bacteria，our smart﹣phones get far dirtier.They touch a lot of stuff，including our pocket or purse.We take them almost everywhere：the bus，the subway and who hasn't played Angry Birds or Fruit Ninja while sitting on the toilet?
"Some things that we think are personal are actually more public than we imagine，"Cain said.
What's even worse is that after the phone returns from its dirty trip，it then spends most of its time covering our faces.Our noses，mouths and ears are all warm and rich in grease(油脂)，an environment that bacteria really like.
Compared to traditional keypads，touch screens spread bacteria more easily to hands.According to Time magazine's website，an expert in Australia warned that playing with iPads and iPhones at Apple stores is a health risk.
26.The underlined word"dark"in the first paragraph means .
A.black B.hopeless C.unclear D.unpleasant
27.Which of the following best describes the tone of the third paragraph?
28.By saying"Some things we think are personal are actually more public than we imagine"in Paragraph 5，Cain meant that .
A.people love to share their smart﹣phones more than they realize
B.our personal items could be as risky to our health as public items
C.smart﹣phones are used in public places more than people realize
D.most people don't know how dirty their cell phones are
29.Compared with traditional keypads，smart﹣phones
A.are greasier and need more alcohol to clean
B.make contact with our hands more often
C.get warm more easily and are harder to clean
D.get much nearer to our faces
30.What is the article mainly about?
A.Tips on the use of smart﹣phones.
B.Health problems caused by the use of smart﹣phones.
C.The danger of coli forms infection.
D.The influence that smart﹣phones have on our life.
31.(10分)The sky was completely dark，the house was creaking(吱吱响)，and I still had four hours until my parents got home.Locked in my parents'room，I turned on the TV at full volume so I wouldn't hear the creaking house.
I barely heard the phone ring.I picked it up and said，"Hello…hello..?"but there was no response.I knew someone was on the other end.Finally，I hung up.A few minutes later，the phone rang again; still no one was there.I became more frightened as time passed; the same person called five more times.
At this point I didn't bother picking up，but the ringing continued.To get my mind off this caller，I called my friend.She told me not to worry and to turn the phone off.As we talked，I heard someone pull into the driveway.When I peeked out (探出) of the window，I saw an unfamiliar car.
Thirty minutes passed and the car was still in my driveway.It drove up and down the driveway.My friend told me to call the police，but I refused.
Soon the phone calls started again.I heard noises in the background，but I couldn't tell what they were.I really didn't want that person to get out of the car and start toward the house.If they did，I didn't know what I'd do.None of the doors were locked，and I would have no way of protecting myself.The only thing I could do was hide，which wasn't a very good plan.
At this point I was considering calling the police，but my friend offered to drive by."Maybe if they see me pull in，they will leave，"she suggested.By the time she arrived，the car had left.The phone rang again and I picked up，thinking it might be my friend.Someone on the other end said，"Bye﹣bye."
31.When the author stayed at home alone that night，he must feel .
A.lonely B.scared C.bored D.surprised
32.Which of the following statements is not true in this passage?
A.The author's friend offered to drive by.
B.The author saw an unfamiliar car.
C.Not every door was locked when the author stayed at his house.
D.The author received several calls but no reply.
33.From this story，we can learn that the author's friend .
A.was frightened as well
B.was not easy to get rid of
C.called the police herself
D.was brave and ready to help
34.From the last paragraph，the person on the phone which rang several times that night was most likely to .
A.play a trick on the author
B.have something important to inform the author
C.say goodbye to him
D.ask the author out on a date
35.Which would be the best title for the passage?
A.The importance of being independent.
B.Not to stay at home alone.
C.The experience of staying at home alone.
D.The importance of having a best friend.
36.(10分)College isn't high school.In college，when a professor has treated you unfairly，you can't turn to your mother and ask her to call the headmaster to complain.In college，you are either expected to A) take the disrespect，move on with your life and wish that the professor would still give you an A on your next test，or B) go to their office，stand your ground，and tell them exactly how they have wronged you.Both choices have their consequences，but it's up to you to tell the difference between action and inaction.I think students often forget that one of the main purposes of college is to prepare you to be independent in life.In college，you live off﹣campus，often in a different state or city，far away from your close family and friends.You choose your own schedule.No one forces you to go to class.The way some students deal with that sudden independence and freedom is very telling of how they end up performing in college.
There is some argument whether academics(学业) are the main focus of college，I think social relationships should come first.I'm not just saying this because I'm lazy and have bad grades.You can get through high school without ever interacting with.
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