1. What are the two speakers going to buy?
A. Bread. B. Cheese. C. Eggs.
2. How does the woman find the fish?
A. Just so so. B. Bad. C. Quite good.
3. What does the woman mean?
A. Mark should go on with the game.
B. Mark should draw pictures on the computer.
C. Mark should go over his lessons.
4. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In the bookstore.
B. In the library.
C. In the classroom.
5. Why doesn’t Jane eat her chocolate cake?
A. She doesn’t like chocolate.
B. She has trouble with her bad tooth.
C. She has no tooth.
6. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In the restaurant.
B. In the shop.
C. At home.
7. What could be the reason if the woman does not buy the overcoat?
A. The color. B. The size. C. The price.
8. What can the woman be?
A. A waitress at a hotel.
B. The secretary of Mr Black.
C. The assistant of Professor Green.
9. How could the man get in touch with Mr Green?
A. Ask the woman to find the Blackwood Hotel.
B. Dial 809.
C. Dial 114 to find the telephone number of the Blackwood Hotel.
10. Why did the man ask the woman to change a dollar?
A. To pay for the information.
B. To make a phone call.
C. To go to the hotel by bus.
11. What is the man doing?
A. He is selling his house.
B. He is looking for a house.
C. He is looking for work.
12. How long has the woman lived in the house?
A. 12 years. B. 2 years. C. 20 years.
13. Why does the woman want to sell the house?
A. She wants to move abroad.
B. She wants to move to the countryside.
C. She wants to get a lot of money.
14. How much does the house cost?
A. $6,850. B. $6,815. C. $7,850.
15. What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A. Friends. B. Strangers. C. Husband and wife.
16. How did the woman find her stay there?
A. Boring. B. Wonderful. C. Adventurous.
17. What does the man advise the woman to do when she gets home?
A. Send him an email.
B. Write a letter to him.
C. Give him a call.
18. How old was Rose when she left school?
A. 16. B. 17. C. 18.
19. What did Rose learn in the college?
A. Computer. B. English. C. Typing.
20. How much will the office pay Rose in three months if she gets the job?
A. $30. B. $27. C. $20.
—I’ve got a bad cold.
A. Can I help you B. How do you do
C. What’s the matter D. What do you feel like
22. The sick man must not go without ______, but he
must have a ______ without salt.
A. diet; food B. food; diet
C. food; food D. diet; diet
23. —When can I come for the coat? I need it tomorrow
—It ______ be ready by 12:00.
A. can B. should C. might D. need
24. My bags were carefully ______ when I entered the
A. tested B. examined C. watched D. noticed
25. Come at 8. That’ll give me _______ time to get
A. a number of B. a great many
C. a good deal D. plenty of
26. Since I started eating more healthily, I’ve got so
much more ______.
A. force B. magic C. energy D. power
27. I read the papers to ______ what’s happening in
the outside world.
A. keep up with B. catch up with
C. be in touch with D. get in touch with
28. You had better wait until the light changes before
crossing the street, ______ you?
A. hadn’t B. don’t C. didn’t D. shouldn’t
29. Today many young people need to make a choice
______ what career they are going to take up.
A. for B. in C. about D. around
30. He’s seriously ill. It is said that it will be months
before he is ______ for work.
A. fit B. able C. proper D. ready
31. After a ten-hour journey the old man was so tired
that he felt very ______ and soon he fell asleep.
A. sleeping B. sleepy C. asleep D. sleepless
32. We play computer games ______, but not as often
as we used to.
A. all the time B. again and again
C. now and then D. at the same time
33. I ______ her, but I never could.
A. ought to help B. must help
C. ought to have helped D. must have helped
34. The old farmer cut up the old tree for his winter
A. supplement B. product
C. fuel D. choice
35. Only in this way ______ find the way of solving
the difficult problem.
A. you can B. would you
C. can you D. you will
Anna lived on the side of a valley. One summer, there was a very big ( 36 ), and a lot of houses down below Anna’s were washed away. Anna’s house was (37 ) enough to escape the flood, so when the water had( 38 ) and the other houses were ( 39 ) there with no roof and no walls and all covered with mud（泥）, her house was just all right.
Her house was quite small, her husband was dead, and she had four children, ( 40 ) Anna took in one of the families that had lost ( 41 ) in the flood and she ( 42 ) her home with them until it was ( 43 ) for them to rebuild their house.
Anna’s friends were( 44 ) when they saw Anna do this. They could not understand why Anna wanted to give ( 45 ) so much more work and trouble when she already had quite a few children to ( 46 ).
“Well,” Anna ( 47 ) her friends, “at the end of the First World War, a woman in the town where I then lived found herself very( 48) , because her husband had been killed in the( 49 ) and she had a lot of children,( 50 ) I have now. The day before Christmas, this woman said to her children, ‘we won’t be able to have much for Christmas this year, so I’m going to( 51 ) only one present for all of us. Now I’ll go and get it.’ She came back with a ( 52 ) who was even poorer than they, and who had no parents. ‘Here’s our( 53 ).’ she said to her children.
The children were( 54 ) and happy to get such a present. They( 55 ) the little girl, and she grew up as their sister. Such was that Christmas present.”
36. A. earthquake B. accident
C. flood D. fire
37. A. low B. high C. big D. small
38. A. reduced B. come
C. appeared D. disappeared
39. A. rising B. flowing C. falling D. standing
40. A. so B. but C. for D. since
41. A. nothing B. everything C. anything D. something
42. A. gave B. found C. shared D. built
43. A. possible B. necessary C. important D. valuable
44. A. worried B. disappointed
C. puzzled D. impressed
45. A. them B. herself C. him D. us
46. A. support B. supply C. grow D. educate
47. A. explained to B. asked for
C. talked with D. argued with
48. A. sad B. poor C. rich D. happy
49. A. war B. storm C. rain D. flood
50. A. because B. as C. which D. that
51. A. take B. send C. buy D. make
52. A. boy B. girl C. student D. teacher
53. A. child B. daughter C. sister D. present
54. A. worried B. excited C. anxious D. sorry
55. A. disliked B. introduced C. welcomed D. fought
Have you ever seen a horse with toes （脚趾）? Millions of years ago, horses had many toes. They had four toes on each front foot. They had three toes on each back foot. The horses were smaller than cats.
These small horses lived in the forest. Their many toes helped the horses run over the soft wet ground.
It was very hot in the forest. But the weather changed. It became cold. Many trees couldn’t live in cold weather. The trees died and fell. Open field took the place of forest. The sun made the ground dry and hard. Horses began to change too. They began to get bigger. This took a long time. On the dry hard land, horses needed only their middle toes for running. Their middle toes became hard. After a long time, horses had only one hard toe on each foot. We call this hard toe a hoof (马蹄).
56. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?
A. Millions of years ago, horses had many toes.
B. Horses were once smaller than cats.
C. On the dry hard land horses needed all their toes for running.
D. Weather played an important part in the change of horses.
57. How many toes does a horse have on its feet now?
A. One. B. Two. C. Three. D. Four.
Is there anything more important than health? I don’t think so. “Health is the greatest wealth,” wise people say. You can’t be good at your studies or work well when you are ill.
If you have a headache, toothache, backache, earache or bad pain in the stomach, if you complain of a bad cough, if you run a high temperature and have a bad cold, or if you suffer from high or low blood pressure, I think you should go to the doctor.
The doctor will examine your throat, feel your pulse（脉搏）, test your blood pressure, take your tem-perature, sound your heart and lungs, test your eyes, check your teeth or have your chest X-rayed. After that he will advise some treatment, or some medicine. The only thing you have to do is to follow his advice.
Speaking about doctor’s advice, I can’t help telling you a funny story.
An old gentleman came to see the doctor. The man was very ill. He told the doctor about his weakness, memory loss and serious problems with his heart and lungs. The doctor examined him and said there was no medicine for his disease.
He told his patient to go to a quiet place for a month and have a good rest. He also advised him to eat a lot of meat, drink two glasses of red wine every day and take long walks. In other words, the doctor advised him to follow the rule: “Eat at pleasure, drink with measure and enjoy life as it is.” The doctor also said that if the man wanted to be well again, he shouldn’t smoke more than one cigarette a day.
A month later the gentleman came into the doctor’s office. He looked cheerful and happy. He thanked the doctor and said that he had never felt a healthier man.
“But you know, doctor,” he said, “it’s not easy to begin smoking at my age.”
58. The writer thinks that _____.
A. health is more important than wealth
B. work is as important as studies
C. medicine is more important than pleasure
D. nothing is more important than money
59. What advice did the doctor NOT give the old man?
A. Take long walks.
B. Smoke more than one cigarette a day.
C. Eat a lot of meat.
D. Drink two glasses of red wine every day.
60. The underlined part “he had never felt a healthier man” means “______”.
A. he was feeling better than ever
B. he wasn’t a healthy man
C. he was feeling worse than before
D. he will be well again
61. From the last sentence of the passage, we can learn ______.
A. the man was a heavy smoker before seeing the doctor
B. the man didn’t smoke so much before seeing the doctor
C. the man didn’t smoke before seeing the doctor
D. the man began to learn to smoke before seeing the doctor
Research has shown that following a healthy eating plan can both avoid（避免） high blood pressure and lower an already elevated（提高） blood pressure.
For an overall(全面考虑的) eating plan, consider the DASH eating plan. “DASH” stands for “Dietary Approaches（方法） to Stop Hypertension”, a clinical （临床的） study that tested the effects of nutrients in food on blood pressure. Study results showed that elevated blood pressures were reduced by an eating plan that emphasizes fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy foods. The DASH eating plan includes whole grains, poultry, fish, and nuts and has reduced amounts of fats, red meats, sweets, and sugared drinks.
A second clinical study, called “DASH-Sodium”, looked at the effect of a reduced dietary sodium（钠） intake on blood pressure as people followed either the DASH eating plan or a typical American diet. Results showed that reducing dietary sodium lowered blood pressure for both the DASH eating plan and the typical American diet. The biggest blood pressure-lowering benefits were for those following the DASH eating plan at the lowest sodium level (1,500 milligrams per day).
The DASH-Sodium study shows the importance of lowering sodium intake whatever your diet is. But for a true winning combination, follow the DASH eating plan and lower your intake of salt and sodium.
62. The DASH eating plan emphasizes the following foods EXCEPT ______.
A. fruits B. vegetables C. sweets D. fish
63. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE?
A. “DASH-Sodium” is a study that tests the effects of nutrients in food on blood pressure.
B. Reducing dietary sodium makes blood pressure fall.
C. The DASH eating plan has increased amounts of fats.
D. Following a healthy eating plan can only lower blood pressure.
64. If we want to avoid high blood pressure or lower it, we had better ______.
A. only follow the DASH eating plan
B. only reduce the intake of sodium and salt
C. eat as many red meats and sweets as possible
D. follow the DASH eating plan and reduce sodium intake
65. What is the main idea of the passage?
A. The advantages of the DASH eating plan.
B. The advantages of the DASH-Sodium study.
C. Healthy eating avoids and lowers high blood pressure.
D. The importance of lowering sodium intake
第四部分: 写作（共两节, 满分25分）
I was anxious expecting your letter, and at last 66. _________
it has been reached me. I am very glad to know that 67. _________
everyone at home is enjoying a good health as usual. 68. _________
Things here are the same now as we were before. 69. _________
The final examination would take place next week. 70. _________
But I am now busy preparing my lesson. It’s nice to 71. _________
think the summer vacation is coming nearly. I can’t 72. _________
say how much I want to see you all again. I’m 73. ________
looking forward to spend summer days with you. 74. ________
Give my love to Father, Mother and anyone at home. 75. _________
1. 注意合理饮食。多吃鱼、肉、豆类等，特别是新鲜蔬菜和水果, 不要吃太多甜食。
2. 注意锻炼身体。劳逸结合, 多参加体育活动。
How nice to hear from you! In your letter you asked me how to keep healthy…
M: What do we need at the shop?
W: Well, we’ve got enough bread, but we need more eggs.
M: What about cheese?
W: No, we’ve got plenty.
M: How about my fish?
W: It couldn’t be better. Cooking is really your field.
M: Mark’s playing computer games.
W: Should he do that when the final exam is drawing near?
M: I like these books, but they look like quite expensive.
W: $15 for two books. That’s really not very expensive for good books.
M: Why don’t you eat your chocolate cake, Jane? Don’t you like chocolate?
W: Yes, I do. But I am having trouble with my bad tooth.
M: Good afternoon, Madam. Is anyone taking care of you?
W: No, not yet. Could you show me that overcoat in the middle?
M: Certainly. What color, black or silver grey?
W: Silver grey, please. I like the color.
M: Silver grey suits you.
W: Is it 100% wool?
M: Of course. It’s 100% new wool. Why not try it on?
W: OK! Mm... I think it fits me.
M: It fits you very well. It looks good on you, Madam.
W: How much is it?
M: It is just $299. But we can take 10% off if you buy it today.
W: Well, it’s still very expensive.
W: Excuse me, Mr Black. I almost forget there is a phone message here for you. A Professor Green called and asked you to call him back.
M: Where is he now, do you know?
W: He’s staying in the Blackwood Hotel, Room 809.
M: Thank you. Do you happen to have the number of the Blackwood Hotel?
W: I’m sorry, I don’t. But you can get it by dialing 114.
M: Oh, and could I trouble you to change a dollar?
W: All right. Here is your change. By the way, the public phone is over there on your right.
M: I see. Thanks.
M: Good afternoon. I believe that this house is for sale.
W: That’s right.
M: May I have a look at it, please?
W: Yes, of course, come in.
M: How long have you lived here?
W: 20 years.
M: Then why do you want to sell it?
W: Because I have just stopped work, and I want to buy a small one in the country.
M: How much does this house cost?
M: That’s a lot of money.
W: It’s worth every penny of it.
M: Well, I like this house, but I can’t decide yet. My wife must see it first.
W: Well, women always have the last word.
W: It’s time to go home. I really don’t want to leave. I’ve had such fun here with you.
M: I’m glad.
W: Thank you so much for taking me to Disneyland. That is wonderful.
M: I’m sorry that you’ve got to leave.
W: So am I.
M: I’m really glad that you enjoyed your stay here. Why don’t you think about coming back again next year? We can see some other things around the United States.
W: I’d love to do that. Thanks for the invitation.
M: You’re welcome. I hope you’ll have a safe trip back. Give a phone call when you get home so that I know you’ve got there safely.
W: I will. Thanks again. Bye, bye!
Rose left school when she was seventeen years old and went to a college for a year to learn to type. She passed her exami-nations quite well and then went to look for work. She was still living with her parents. A lot of people were looking for typists at that time, so it was not difficult to find interesting work. Rose went to several offices, and then chose one of them. It was near her parents’ house. She thought, “I will walk there every morning. I won’t go by bus.” She went to the office again and said to the manager, “I want to work here but what will you pay me?” “We will pay you $27 now,” the manager answered, “and $30 in three months.” Rose thought for a few seconds before she answered. Then she said, “All right, then I’ll start in three months’time.”
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One possible version:
How nice to hear from you! In your letter you asked me how to keep healthy. I would like to give you some advice.
As you know, we teenagers grow very fast, so we need plenty of nutritious foods, such as fish, meat, and beans, especially fresh vegetables and fruits. You’d better not eat too much sweet. Also, you should take physical exercise regularly instead of studying in the classroom all the time. For example, you can play basketball or swim after school. What’s more, having enough sleep is very important. So I advise you to have at least eight hours of sleep every day and not to stay up too late. Only in this way can you keep fit.