I 完型填空 Making friends is a skill．Like most skills, it 36 patience(耐心)．If you want to meet people and make friends, you must be willing to 37 some action． You must first go where there are peo
ple．You won’t make friends staying home 38 ． Joining a club or group, talking to those who like the same things 39 you do is much easier．Or join someone 40 some activity． Many people are 41 when talking to new people． 42 all, meeting strangers means seeing the unknown．And it’s human nature to feel a bit 43 about the unknown．Most of fears about 44 new people come from doubts about 45 ． We imagine other people are 46 us——finding us too tall or too short, too this or too that． But don’t forget that they must be feeling the same way． Try to accept yourself 47 you are, and try to put the other at ease． You’ll both feel more comfortable． Try to act self-confident(自信) even 48 you don’t feel that way when you 49 a room full of strangers．Walk tall and straight, look at other people directly and __50_． If you see someone you’d like to 51 , say something． Don’t wait for 52 person to start a talk． Just meeting someone 53 does not mean that you’ll make friends with that person． 54 is based on mutual(相互的) likings and “give and take”．It takes time to __55__ friendship. 36.A．costs B．needs C．spends D．wants 37. A．take B．make C．do D．carry 38. A．lonely B．yourself C．alone D．with you 39. A．as B．that C．which D．what 40. A．with B．in C．on D．to 41. A．shy B．excited C．afraid D．worried 42. A．At B．For C．In D．After 43. A．unhappy B．usual C．upset(不安) D．unlucky 44. A．meeting B．talking C．visiting D．speaking 45. A．yourself B．himself C．yourselves D．ourselves 46. A．talking B．saying C．judging D．laughing 47. A．like B．as C．what D．that 48. A．when B．if C．as D．what 49.A．come B．go C．enter D．step to 50.A．laugh B．smile C．cry D．jump 51.A．speak to B．talk about C．say to D．call up 52.A．other B．the other C．another D．others 53.A．old B．young C．new D．little 54.A．Relation B．Friendship C．Connection D．Feeling 55.A．develop B. start C. keep D. change II、阅读理解 A 2.26-meter-tall Yao Ming made his NBA debut (初次登台) on October 23, 2002 and got 6 points for the Houston Rockets in the game. The next day, he got 13 points (得分)in another game. Most people think that Yao Ming is a born basketball player. But Yao said, “When you watch it on TV, it looks very easy. But when you are playing in the NBA, it is really not so easy.” He said that joining the Houston Rockets was a new start and a new challenge. “I hope that through very hard work I can make everyone happy and help the Rockets win more games,” he said Yao Ming speaks some English. Both he and his teammates can understand each other. They
don't think there is a language problem. While Yao Ming faces this new challenge, the people of Houston have shown great interest in him and they hope Yao Ming will bring new energy (活力) to the Rockets. The team has started having lessons to learn more about China, and many people who work for the Rockets have learned to speak some Chinese. ( )61.Yao Ming got 13 poins on October _____, 2002. A. 22 B.23 C.24 D.26 ( )62.Yao Ming said that _____. A. playing in the NBA was difficult B. it was hard to watch NBA games on TV C. he was an NBA star D. it was boring to play basketball ( )63.From the passage we can know that Yao Ming ________. A. will work hard for his team B. made the highest score in his first NBA game C. can't understand his teammates D. teaches the Rockets workers Chinese himself ( )64.The passage is probably ______. A. an advertisement B. a notice C. a news report D. an instruction B FISH FOR FUN! DO NOT FISH FOR FOOD! FISHERMEN! FOR THE PROTECTION OF YOUR HEALTH! FISH FROM THESE WATERS SHOULD NOT BE EATEN BECAUSE OF MERCURY CONTAMINATION. Department of Land and Forests 59. What’s this? It’s a ________. A. letter B. diary C. newspaper D. notice 60. It has been put up _______. A. to give an order for fish B. for a concert C. to warn fishermen of the danger D. for making fun of fishermen 61. It told the fishermen ________. A. to stop fishing B. the fish from the waters is unfit to eat. C. that they would never go fishing. D. that fishing was not allowed here. 12. Though we don’t know the exact meaning of “mercury contamination” we guess it______. A. can feed up fish for people to eat B. is helpful for health C. can make people lose weight D. is poisonous and dangerous to health C Mother Teresa was born in Yugoslavia on August 27th, 1910. She attended the government school near her home until she was eighteen. At that time, some doctors and nurses from Yugoslavia were working in India, and they often wrote to school about their work. She decided to join them one day. When she finished school, she went first to Britain. Then a year later she went to India, where she began to train to be a teacher. After training, she was sent to Calcutta, where she taught geography at a school and soon after she became headmistress. (女校长) However, although she loved teaching, in 1946 Mother Teresa left school and went to work
in the poor parts of Calcutta. Later she trained to become a nurse in Panta, and then began her work helping the poor and comforting the dying in the streets of the city. Slowly others came to help her, and her work spread to other parts of India. Mother Teresa is now a well-known person. Many photos have been taken of her as she traveled the world to open new schools and hospitals in poor countries. In 1979, she was given the Nobel Peace Prize for the lifetime of love and service she has given to the poor. 62. Where did Mother Teresa receive her education? A. In Britain and India. B. In Yugoslavia and Britain. C. In Britain, Yugoslavia and some other poor countries. D. In Yugoslavia, Britain and India. 64. In which order did Mother Teresa do the following things? a. Training to be a nurse. b. Went to train. c. Helped the poor and the dying. d. studied to be a teacher. e. went to Britain. f. Worked as a headmistress. A. b, a, c, e, d, f B. b, f, a, d, e, c C. e, b, d, f, a, c D. e, a, b, c, d, f 65. Mother Teresa gave up teaching because she wanted ____. A. to look after the poor. B. to build the hospitals for the poor. C. to travel to poor countries. D. to train nurses to care for the poor. 66. Mother Teresa is now a famous person because she has____. A. saved many poor people in India B. taken care of many poor people in the world. C. helped to bring about world peace. D Dear Mom and Dad , I'm afraid I have some very bad news for you . I have been very naughty and the school master is very angry with me . She is going to write to you . You must come and take me away from here . She does not want me in the school any longer . The trouble started last night when I was smoking a cigarette in bed . As I was smoking , I heard footsteps coming towards the room .I did not want a teacher to catch me smoking , so I threw the cigarette away . Unfortunately , the cigarette fell into the waste--paper basket . It caught fire . There was a curtain near the waste --paper basket . It caught fire too . Soon the whole room was burning . The master phoned the fire brigade . The school is a long way from the town and before the fire brigade arrived , the whole school was on fire . The master said that the fire was all my fault and I must pay for the damage . She will send you a bill for about a million dollars . I'm very sorry for this . Much love Sarah 67.Why did Sarah write to his parents ? A．He missed them very much for they hadn’t seen each other for a long time. B．He told his parents what he had done in school. C．He was tired of studying, and wanted to leave school. D．He thought he was old enough to help them do something. 68.Where did Sarah smoke? D. helped to make India a more peaceful place
A．in the classroom B．in the Dinning hall C．in the street D．in the dormitory 69.Why was the school master angry with him? A．because he was too naughty B．because he was too lazy C．because he caused a big fire D．because he stole something from the school 70.According to the passage, what should the students not do? A．they should not smoke, because smoking is dangerous to them B．they should not dance, because dancing would waste a lot of money C．they should not make friends, because making friends would take them absent D．they should not wear expensive clothes because they would waste a lot of money E Are you worried by the rising crime rate? If you are, you probably know that your house, possessions(财产) and person are increasingly in danger of suffering from great rise in the cases of burglary(夜盗;抢劫) and attack. Figures show an ever-increasing crime rate, but it is only too easy to imagine "It will never happen to me". Unfortunately, statistics show that it really can happen to you and, if you live in a large city, you run twice the risk of being a victim. Fortunately, there is something definite which you can do. Protect Alarms can help to protect your house with a burglar alarm system which is effective, simple to operate and easily affordable. You must remember that owning a burglar alarm is no indication(暗示) that your house is packed with valuable possessions. It quite simply indicates to unwelcome visitors that yours is one house they will not break into easily, so they carry on to an unprotected house where their job is made a lot easier. Send now for our free leaflet telling you how we can Protect Alarm your house quickly, easily and cheaply. Complete and tear off the slip below and post it to us. Postage is free. Also, telephone us on 327 6721 where we have a round-the-clock answering service. It costs nothing to find out about Protect Alarm. 56. Anyone who takes an interest in the crime rate will, according to the text, be aware that ___________. A. more burglars are being caught than ever before B. people have more possessions to worry about nowadays C. burglars are more at risk than they used to be D. homes are more likely to be broken into nowadays 57. It seems that people who live in cities are ____________ A. more often victims than those living in other areas B. of the opinion that statistics are wrong C. twice as well as people living in other areas D. of the opinion that burglars only rob unprotected homes 58. The article claims that possessing an alarm system will _________. A. show burglars that you have something worth stealing B. persuade burglars not to break into your house C. make the burglars' job less complicated D. persuade burglars to try again another time 59. In order to find out more information about this alarm system one can _______. A. buy a leaflet B. write enclosing a stamped, addressed envelope C. sign a contract D. phone at any time of day or night III．单词拼写 60. As you can imagine, smoking isn’t a ____________in any school in our city.
77. He is a millionaire, but finally he d_____________ most of his money to the poor. 78 In china, young children are usually taught to r______ the old. 79. --- Would you like to go to the cinema by car? --- No. I p_______ walking, for it is not far from here. 80. Marie Curie paid no to the prize that she won because of her achievements in physics. 81. I have just read your articles about your___________（经历）in the UK. 82.. We often study Shakespeare’s plays in our ________________(文学) class. 83. He thought it better to begin our work _______________(立即). 84. People _________________( 交流 )with each other by means of words. 85 .Nowadays English is spoken more and more as an ________________ ( 国际的 )language. IV、. 将下列句子变为间接引语： 1. “You should be more careful next time,” his father said to him. 2. Mr. Wang said, “I will leave for Shanghai on business next month, children.” 3. “I haven’t heard from my parents these days,” said Mary. 4. The geography teacher said to us, “The moon moves around the earth and the earth goes round t he sun.”
5. She said to him, “It’s time that you left here.” 6. Zhang Hong said to me, “Doctor Wang passed away in 1948.” 7. John said to his parents, “I had learned 500 Chinese words by the end of last term.” 8. The history teacher said to them, “The Chinese Communist Party was founded on July 1st , 192 1.” 9. He said, “Are you a student?” 10. “Have you anything interesting I can read, George?” she said. 11. “She’s here to ask for help, isn’t she?” he asked. 12. “Where are you going?” the father asked his son. 13. “Are you sorry for what you have done?” the mother asked the naughty boy.
14. She said, “Did you meet this man at the station two hours ago, Mr. Li?” 15. “Write your names on your papers first,” the teacher said to us. 16. “Please come here again tomorrow,” her friend said to her. 17. “Let me pack the parcel for you,” he said. 18. “Don’t make so much noise in class, boys and girls,” said the teacher. 19. “What a lovely day it is!” 20. “Happy New Year to you!” he said. V. 把下列句子变为直接引语： 1. I told him that I had lost my money and that I would find it.
2. She asked whether I would be free the next day or not.
3. I asked her where she was going and what she was going to do the next day.
4. His father told him not to climb that high tree in his new coat.
5. The stranger asked me what my name was.
6. The teacher asked if we could do it.
参考答案： 完型填空 36~40BACAB 41~45ADCAD 46~50CBBCB 51~55ABCBA 阅读理解 (A) CAAC (B) DCBD (C) DCAB (D) BDCA (E)DABD 单词拼写 76.allowd77.donates78.respect79.prefer80.attention81.experience 82.literature 83.immediately 84.communiate 85.international II. 1. His father told him that he should be more careful the next time. 2. Mr. Wang told the children that he would leave for Shanghai on business the next month. 3. Mary said that she hadn’t heard from her parents those days. 4. The geography teacher told us that the moon moves around the earth and the earth goes roun d the sun. 5. She told him that it was time that he left there. 6. Zhang Hong told me that Doctor Wang passed away in 1948. 7. John told his parents that he had learned 500 Chinese words by the end of last term. 8. The history teacher told them that the Chinese Communist Party was founded on July 1st, 1921. 9. He asked whether I was a student. 10. She asked George if he had anything interesting she could read. 11. He asked whether she was there to ask for help or not. 12. The father asked his son where he was going. 13. The mother asked the naughty boy if he was sorry for what he had done. 14. She asked Mr. Li whether he had met that man at the station two hours before. 15. The teacher told us to write our names on our papers first. 16. Her friend asked her to go there again the next/ following day. 17. He offered to pack the parcel for me. 18. The teacher told the boys and girls not to make so much noise in class. 19. He/ She exclaimed that it was really a lovely day. 20. He wished me a Happy New Year. III. 1. I said to him, “I have lost my money . I will find it.” 2. She asked , “ You will be free tomorrow, won’t you?” 3. I asked her, “Where are you going and what are you going to do tomorrow?” 4. His father said, “Don’t climb this high tree in your new coat.” 5. The stranger asked, “ What’s your name?” 6. “I’ll finish my work tomorrow,” she said. 7. The teacher asked, “Can you do it ?” 8. The commander ordered his men, “Don’t cross the river before dawn.” 9. My teacher asked, “Is he coming?” 10. The scientist asked me, “What are you doing?”