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第一节 听句子 听下面五个句子，从每小题所给的三幅图中选出与句子内容相符的选项。（每个句子读两遍。）
第二节 听对话 听下面七段对话，从每小题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出正确答案。(每段对话读两遍)
6. How was the weather yesterday?
7. What are the speakers talking about?
A. No littering
B. No smoking.
C. No smoking.
8. Who made a speech at the ceremony?
9. How long will the meeting last?
A. Two hours.
B. Three hours.
C. Five hours.
10. Where does the woman want to go?
A. A library.
B. A restaurant.
C. A supermarket.
11. Which bus will the woman take?
A. No. 3.
B. No. 5.
C. No. 7.
12. When did the woman come to China?
A. In 2012.
B. In 2013.
13. How does the man study Chinese?
A. By listening to tapes.
B. By joining a Chinese club.
C. By reading Chinese magazines.
14. Why did the man go to Beijing?
A. To do business.
B. To have a holiday.
C. To see his parents.
15. What did the man do in Beijing?
A. He met his friends.
B. He went to the Summer Palace.
C. He watched Beijing Opera.
第三节 听短文 根据你所听到的短文内容，完成下面表格，每空填一词。(短文读三遍)
What happened Peter hurt his right 16 during a soccer match and has to stay in hospital for the 17 two days.
Where to go The People's Hospital, Floor 9, Bed 18 .
What to do Some of us will 19 Peter.
Sign the get-well card 20 you leave school.
21. I will give a T-shirt my brother as a birthday present.
A. by B. to C. from
22.----Do you enjoy Chinese Folk Songs?
----Yes, the folk songs nice.
A. sound B. smell C. look
23.----Must I hand in the survey on the use of bicycle-sharing right now?
----No, you .
A. needn’t B. can’t C. shouldn’t
24. Tony is the best student in the class because he works than the others.
A. hard B. harder C. hardest
25.---- I tried many ways to solve the problem, but of them worked.
----Never give up. You' ll surely make it.
A. all B. none C. neither
26. ---- does Liu Chuanjian do?
----He's a pilot of Sichuan Airlines. He's a hero!
A. What B. Where C. When
27. Blue whales are . We should try to protect them.
A. in time B. in public C. in danger
28.----How ! There are no workers in the bank.
----It's the first self-service bank in China.
A. strange B. scary C. boring
29. You can surf the Internet you want to know about the 2020 World Middle School Games.
A. until B. after C. if
30. China great achievements in science and technology since 1978.
A. makes B. made C. has made
31. ----I don’t know how to use the App Fun Dubbing.
----Ask Jimmy for help. He has lots of in doing it.
A. experience B. trouble C. courage
32. Paper-making by the Chinese in the Western Han dynasty(朝代).
A. is invented B. invented C. was invented
33. Grandma wants to watch the program legal Report. Please
A. turn off B. turn on C. turn down
34. Yuan Longping is a Chinese rice scientist is leading a search to develop “sea rice”.
A. who B. which C. whom
35. ----Karl Marx is a great thinker. Do you know ?
A. where he was from B. when he was born C. how he learned foreign languages
Ewan Drum has always liked superheroes. He admires how they help people. At the age of seven, he told his parents, “I want to 36 like a superhero and help the homeless.” A few months later, Ewan's family planned a day of 37 . Wearing his red superhero costume, Ewan 38 helped pass out 70 bag lunches to hungry people in a park in Detroit, Michigan. That's 39 Super Ewan was born.
Word spread about Ewan' s good deeds(事迹). People donated(捐赠) money and something else, and Ewan handed them out to those in need. When 40 donated bottles of water, Ewan and his family held a drive to get even more. They 41 the water to Flint, Michigan, a city that had unsafe drinking water. Another time, a business donated six turkeys for Thanksgiving. 42 his parents' help, Ewan used social media(媒体)to ask for more turkeys, plus side dishes. In the end, he says, “we handed out 64 turkey dinners to 43 all around Detroit.”
Ewan has a motto: Everyone can be a superhero to someone. At an event called the Hero Round Table, Ewan told the listeners, “It's not 44 to help people. You can keep some socks and snacks in your car to help people in need. Every 45 thing helps and can make someone feel happy.”
36. A. get up B. dress up C. look up
37. A. giving B. playing C. showing
38. A. safely B. seriously C. happily
39. A. what B. why C. how
40. A. someone B. everyone C. no one
41. A. sold B. took C. lent
42. A. From B. With C. In
43. A. heroes B. listeners C. families
44. A. difficult B. possible C. necessary
45. A. private B. little C. interesting
My interest in cooking started when I was 11, partly thanks to my mother. She didn’t really like cooking and when she did cook, I didn’t like her food. Once I was watching something about cooking on TV and I thought I could do this, so I went to the bookstore and looked for the biggest cookbook I could find.
During a year, I had produced most of its recipes(食谱)and was ready for a bigger challenge(挑战). I wanted to create my own dishes and I started cooking for more people than just my family. To my joy, my parents allowed me to build a test kitchen. I did much cooking to test my dishes in it and my skill improved quickly. Later, my mom and I set up a dinner club that organized monthly events inside my home. Now as a teen chef (主厨), I have also cooked in top-class restaurants around the country. I am not doing it for the money, but because I love cooking.
Now I know that when you stop caring whether you'll be famous or do well, your dream will come to you.
46. The writer is now .
A. a TV star
B. a news reporter
C. a well-known bookseller
D. a good chef
47. What made the writer begin to cook?
A. His parents' wish.
B. The customers' advice.
C. His mother's delicious food.
D. The information about cooking on TV.
48. After producing most of the recipes in the cookbook, the writer wanted to .
A. take cooking lessons
B. write his cookbook
C. make new dishes of his own
D. open a restaurant
49. The underlined word “it” in Paragraph2 refers to(指代) “ ”.
A. the bookstore
B. a test kitchen
C. a dinner club
D. the country
50. What is important for the writer?
A. Finding a good job.
B. Making lots of money.
C. Doing what he loves.
D. Becoming famous.
Jackie is writing a summary(总结)and feedback about School Day to his teacher.
School Day was held successfully on May 6th. Twenty-four student helpers from Grade 8 were divided into four groups of six. Each group had a task to raise money for the disabled.
Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4
(Leader: Natalie) Chinese paintings
(Leader: Tina) Recycling bags made by students
(Leader: Leo) Homemade snacks by parents
All of groups performed well on School Day and received praise from the visitors. In short, our School Day went well and we got no poor opinions from the visitors.
Opinions from 100 students have been collected. Most students thought the activities were good. However, some students thought the prices of the school postcards were a little too high.
Have a meeting with the headmaster about prizes for excellent student helpers.
51. The text is written to .
A. give a report
B. have School Day
C. collect opinions from visitors
D. hold a meeting with teachers
52. What were sold in Tina’s group?
A. School postcards.
B. Chinese paintings.
C. Recycling bags.
D. Homemade snacks.
53. How did the visitors feel about the activities?
54. How many students like the recycling bags according to the feedback?
55. Which of the following is TRUE about the activities?
A. Nick was the leader of Group I.
B. Twenty-four students offered their feedback.
C. The postcards were cheap.
D. Student helpers who did well can get prizes.
Birth order---does it matter? Are you different because you are the first, second, or third child in your family---or maybe the last of nine?
A study found that first-borns have an average(平均的)IQ that is three points higher than people who fall into a different place in the birth order, perhaps because first-borns often help younger brothers and sisters, which improves their own skills. In 2007, an international organization of CEOs found that 43% of CEOs are first-borns 33% are middle children, and 23% are last-borns. First-borns are more likely (可能的)to be doctors and astronauts and get higher pay.
If first-borns are more successful, last-borns are generally more agreeable. They are also more likely to be funny, possibly to get attention from all the bigger people at the dinner table. Mark Twain and Stephen Colbert were both the youngest in large families, and Jim Carrey was the youngest of four. According to a 2007 Time magazine article, “The power of Birth Order." last-borns are more likely to be artists and successful businessmen.
Then there are the middle children: we have not ignored(忽视) them! Many middle children are short of one-on-one time with their parents. They often feel short-changed: the oldest gets more rights, and the youngest is spoiled(宠坏的). Though they may be ignored, middle children are more likely to grow into easygoing adults.
Many factors(因素)make us who we are, but if the research is correct, birth order may be one of the most important factors.
56. Who is most likely to be a CEO?
A. A first-born.
B. A second-born.
C. A third-born.
D. A last-born.
57. What can we learn about Jim Carrey?
A. He was likely to be given low pay.
B. He was likely to be agreeable.
C. He was a first-born.
D. He was a middle child.
58. What does the underlined word “short-changed” in Paragraph 4 probably mean in Chinese?
59. We can learn from the research that birth order .
A. has no influence on IQ
B. matters a lot at the dinner table
C. may decide who we are
D. is a factor in making us powerful
60. What would be the best title for the text?
A. Where Is Your Place in the Family?
B. Who Improves Your Social Skills?
C. What Makes You Successful in Life?
D. How Can You grow into a big Man?
Many Chinese people will wonder what presents to get for their moms on Mother’s Day, but not many know Mother’s Day is actually a festival from overseas.
Mother's Day originated(起源) in America during the early 20th century. The festival spread to China as early as the 1980s and was widely accepted.
Why did a foreign festival become popular in China? In fact, Chinese traditional culture has always encouraged filial(孝顺的)devotion to parents. There are many stories which show filial respect in ancient China. For example, the story of “Taste Liquid(液体的) Medicine for Mother” tells us the filial virtue(美德) of Emperor Wen of the Western Han dynasty. His mother had been sick for three years. He often stayed up by her bedside and cared for her day and night. He tasted the liquid medicine first before she drank it. Also, mother love is a repeated subject in Chinese ancient poems, like “Song of the Parting Son” by Meng Jiao, a poet of the Tang dynasty. Now this poem is still a must in the school textbooks. Children in China are brought up with the education of filial devotion.
On special days, people often use roses or forget-me-nots to express love. Carnations are considered as the perfect flowers for mothers around the world, but few know that China has its own for mothers---the tiger lily.
Love for mothers can have different ways of expression. What matters most is love, not the festival itself. What mothers truly want is perhaps just a simple expression of love from their children.
61. When did Mothers Day spread to China?
A. In the 1920s.
B. In the 1980s.
C. In the Western Han dynasty.
D. In the Tang dynasty.
62. What is the poem of “Song of the Parting Son” mainly about?
A. The filial virtue of Emperor Wen.
B. Caring for the old.
C. Traditional Chinese medicine.
D. A mother’s love for her son.
63. Mother's Day is popular in China mainly because of .
A. its wide spread in many countries
B. our ancient stories of respecting parents
C. our traditional cultural values
D. its simple way of expressing love
64. What is regarded as the Chinese own flower for a mother?
65. What a mother truly wants on Mother's Day may be .
A. a big dinner
B. a celebration party
C. greetings of the festival
D. expensive presents
We should not use more water than we actually need. If we do, we will not have enough water in the future. 66 It is not a difficult question to answer. If we remove more fresh water than nature replaces, we have taken too much.
Many cities run campaigns(运动)to get people to stop wasting water. They show them ways they can cut back on water use. 67 What's more, they carry out programs that offer money to reduce water use. For example, they give people shower heads and toilets that use less water. 68
Another threat(威胁)to our water supply is pollution. When our sources of fresh water get polluted, we can no longer use this water. This also endangers(危及) the animals that depend on the water.
69 We can save lots of water by not letting taps(ke )run while we brush our teeth or by turning off taps right after washing hands. By collecting cold water when were taking warm showers, we can also save water. 70 In this way, we can make full use of water.
A. However, just how much is too much?
B. There are several things we can do to save water.
C. Finally, they make laws to control the use of water.
D. We don't have to let the cold water run until it gets warm.
E. They also increase water bills for people who use too much.
for your help.
Lonnie Johnson always loved taking things apart(分开). He 81 /'sʌmtaimz/ put them back together. Other times he made new things from different 82 ( part). He learned how to use tools from his dad.
At 13, Lonnie put an old engine(发动机)on a homemade go-cart. He loved driving it around. He dreamed of being 83 inventor. By high school, Lonnie built a remote-control robot from some waste things. This won him first prize at the Alabama State Science Fair. His friends called 84 "The Little Scientist. In college, Lonnie was an excellent student. After that, he 85 (become )an Air Force officer, rocket scientist and business leader. 86 he never stopped inventing. You may have played with his most famous invention---the Super Soaker, a kind of water gun. Lonnie got the idea for this 87 /tɔi/ while working on another invention. When he tested a homemade part in his bathroom, it shot water 88 / ə’ krɔs/ the room.
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Time July 7 to 9, 2018
Activities Competitions, shows
History of Wushu Thousands of years
Benefits（益处）of Wushu …
I am glad that you are interested in Wushu.
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6.B 7.C 8.B 9.A 10.A 11.C 12.A 13.C 14.B 15.C
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36,B 37.A 38.C 39.C 40.A 41.B 42.B 43.C 44.A 45.B
46.D 47.D 48.C 49.B 50.C 51.A 52.B 53.B 54.A 55.D
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66.A 67.E 68.C 69.B 70.D
71. Thank you for your help.
72. Hello! This is John speaking
73. What time is it?
74. May I come in?
76. She has long hair.
77. The boy is sleeping now.
78. They played chess last Sunday.
79. The dog is as cute as the cat.
80. It's good of the girl to help the old man.
81. some 82.parts 83.an 84.him 85.became
86. But 87. toy 88. across 89. useful 90. trying
I am glad that you are interested in Wushu. Here I've got good news for you. The first Wushu festival of our school is going to be held from July 7 to 9, 2018. I'd like to invite you to the festival. You can watch many Wushu competitions and enjoy wonderful shows.
Chinese Wushu has a history of thousands of years. Practicing Wushu is a good way to improve our health. Besides, it helps us to develop strong wills. Most of us like it very much. I hope you will come and experience Chinese Wushu culture.
Looking forward to seeing you soon.
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