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custom /k?st?m/ n. 风俗;习俗

bow /bau v. 鞠躬

kiss /kis/ v. & n. 亲吻;接吻

greet /gri:t/ v. 和??打招呼;迎接

value /v?lju:/ v. 重视;珍视n. 价值

everyday /evridei/ adj. 每天的;日常的

drop by 顺便访问;随便进入

capital /k?pitl/ n. 首都;国都

noon /nu:n/ n. 正午;中午

mad /m?d/ adj. 很生气;疯的

get mad 大动肝火;气愤

make an effort 作出努力

traffic /tr?fik/ n. 交通;路上行驶的车辆

somewhere /s?mwe? / adv. 在某处;到某处

passport /pa:sp?:t / n. 护照

chalk /t??:k/ n. 粉笔

blackboard /bl?kb?:(r)d/ n. 黑板

northern /n?:(r)? (r)n/ adj. 北方的;北部的

coast /k?ust/ n. 海岸;海滨

season /si:zn/ n. 季;季节

knock /n?k/ v. 敲;击

eastern /i:st? (r)n/ adj. 东方的;东部的

worth /w?:(r)θ/ adj. 值得;有价值(的)

manner /m?n?(r)/ n. 方式; 礼貌

empty /empti/ adj. 空的;空洞的

basic /beisik/ adj. 基本的;基础的

exchange /ikst?eind?/ n. & v. 交换

go out of one’s way 特地;格外努力

make ... feel at home 使(某人)感到宾至如归granddaughter /gr?nd?:t?(r)/ n. (外)孙女

behave /biheiv/ v. 表现;举止

except /iksept/ prep. 除……之外 conj. 除了;只是

elbow /elb?u/ n. 肘;胳膊

gradually /gr?d?u?li/ adv. 逐步地;渐进地

suggestion /s?d?est??n/ n. 建议

Brazil /br?zil/ 巴西

Mexico /meksik?u/ 墨西哥

Cali /ka:li/ 卡利(哥伦比亚城市)

Colombia /k?l?mbi?/ 哥伦比亚(南美洲国家)

Lausanne /l?uz?n/ 洛桑(瑞士城市)

Norway /n?:(r)wei 挪威

Maria /m?ri: ?/ 玛丽亚(女名)

Katie /keiti/ 凯蒂(女名)

Sato /sa:t?/ 佐藤(日本姓氏)

Marie /m?ri:/ 玛丽(女名);马里(男名)

Teresa /t?ri:z?/Lopez /l?upez/ 特蕾莎 ? 洛佩斯

Marc /ma:(r)k/ LeBlanc /l?bla:?/ 马克 ? 勒布朗



1. be supposed to do 被期望/应该做......

2. shake hands 握手

3. for the first time 第一次

4. table manners 餐桌礼仪

5. drop by 偶然拜访,顺便拜访

6. after all 毕竟,终究

7. be on time 准时

8.(in) the wrong way 以错误的方式

9. be relaxed about 对……比较随意/放松

10. a bit 一点


1. He should have told me about it. 他本应该把这件事告诉我。

2. Where I’m from, we’re pretty relaxed about time. 我所在的地方,对时间是相当宽松的。

3. We often just drop by our friends’homes. 我们时常去朋友家拜访。

4. Often we just walk around the town center, seeing as many of our friends as we can. 我们经常走遍市中心,看尽可能多的朋友。

5. We usually make plans to see friends. 通常我们都是做好去看朋友的计划。

6. We’re the land of watches, after all. 毕竟,我们是表之乡。

7. It’s even better than I thought it would be. 事情比我想象的要好得多。

8. They go out of their way to make me feel at home. 他们花尽心血让我感觉不到拘束。

9. Although I still make lots of mistakes, it doesn’t bother me like it used to. 尽管我经常出一些错,但它不像过去那样打扰我。

10. I thought that was pretty strange at first, but now I’m used to it. 开始,我想那是太奇怪了,但是现在我已经习惯了。

11. I have to say I find it difficult to remember everything, but I’m gradually getting used to things, and don’t find them so strange any more. 不得不承认,我发现记住一切东西是很困难的,但我渐渐习惯了,并且发现他们也不再那么奇怪了。


1. be supposed to do 应该(注意它的翻译,另外supposed后面用的是不定式to do)

We are supposed to stop smoking. 我们应该停止吸烟。

3. You should have asked what you were supposed to wear. 你本应该问清楚怎么样穿才得体。

上句中的“should have asked”是“情态动词+现在完成时”表示过去本应该做某事,事实上没有做(这点要清楚)

She should have gone to Beijing. 她本应该去了北京。(没有去)

4. be relaxed about sth. 对某事随意、不严格

They are relaxed about the time. 他们对时间很随意。

5. pretty adv. 相当,很 adj. 美丽的

She is pretty friendly. 她相当友好。

She is a pretty girl. 她是一个美丽的女孩。

6. plan to do. 打算做某事(常见用法)

She has planed to go to Beijing.

7. drop by 访问,看望,拜访,串门

We just dropped by our friends' homes.我们刚刚去朋友家串门。

8. on time 按时(in time的意思是及时,这两个短语经常出现在辨析题中)

9. after all 毕竟 终究(五星级重点词汇,记住它的意思)

You see I was right after all. 你看,毕竟还是我对了。

10. invite sb. to do sth. 邀请某人做某事(重要内容,注意后面用的是不定式to do)

Lily invited me to have dinner. 莉莉请我吃晚饭。

11. without 没有(这个词经常考,题目会单纯考它的意思,所以大家应该记住它的意思)

12. around the world = all over the world 全世界

13. pick up 捡起,挑选(捡起的意思考的较多)

He picked up his hat. 他捡起他的帽子。

14. start doing = start to do 开始做某事(start的用法属于常考内容,记住它的这两个用法)

He started reading= He started to read. 他开始阅读。

15. point at 指向(指近处的事物)

point to 指向(指远处的事物)

16. stick v. 剌,截 n. 棒,棍

17. go out of one's way to do 特意/专门做某事

He went out of his way to make me happy. 他特意使我高兴。

18. make mistakes 犯错误(复数)

make a mistake 犯错误(一个)

19. be different from 与……不同

Chinese food is different from theirs. 中国菜与他们的不同。

20. get/be used to sth. 习惯于……(这些用法大家务必记住,虽然这些用法很多,而且比较容易搞混淆,但是它们确实经常考,大家可以结合例子记忆)

get/be used to doing 习惯于……

be used to do 被用来做……

be used for doing 被用来做...…

used to do 过去常常做…...

I wash clothes everyday. I'm used to it. 我每天都洗衣服。我习惯了。

I am used to washing clothes. 我习惯于洗衣服了。

The knives are used to cut things. 小刀被用来切东西。

The knives are used for cutting things. 小刀被用来切东西。

She used to watch TV after school. 她过去放学后常常看电视。

21. I find it difficult to remember everything. 我发现要记住每一样事是困难的。

find/think + it +形容词 + to do sth.

22. cut up 切开,切碎

Let's cut up the watermelon. 让我们切开这个西瓜吧。

23. make a toast 敬酒

24. crowd v.挤满 其形容词和过去式及过去分词都是:crowded(crowded考的相对多些)

25. set n. 一套 v. 设置

26. can't stop doing 忍不住做某 I can't stop laughing. 我忍不住笑

27. make faces 做鬼脸

28. face to face 面对面地

29. learn…by oneself 自学......(重要用法)

I learn English by my self. 我自学英语。





1. Where will Kim and Fiona go for their holiday?

A. B. C.

2. How does Kevin usually go to school?

A. B. C.

3. What is Tom going to do during the holiday?

A. B. C.

4. Which sport does Cathy prefer?

A. B. C.

5. What did Daisy buy for his father?

A. B. C.



6. How much does the ticket to New York cost?

A. 248. B. 258. C. 285.

7. What would the man speaker like to eat this time during the flight?

A. Some meat. B. A special salad. C. Some fruits.


8. Who is Tom looking for?

A. Kate. B. Jane. C. Mary.

9. Why does Tom come into the room?

A. He works there.

B. He wants to talk to Kate.

C. He wants to have a letter typed.

10. What is Kate going to do next year?

A. Go to Japan. B. Change her job. C. Go to a night school.


Question Answers

What specials do people have on that holiday? 11

What kind of festival is Thanksgiving Day? 12

When did the first Thanksgiving in America take place? 13

Who had a celebration to thank to have a good harvest first? 14

What did they learn to do with the help of local Indians? 15

11. A.Nuts. B.cookies. C.A big turkey.

12. A.Family. B. Friends C.Office.

13. A.In November, 1620. B.In October,1621. C.In October, 1863.

14. A.Englishmen. B.Frenchmen. C.Americans.

15. A.Plant rice. B.grow corn and raise animals C.raise animals and plant flowers



The back door of the ambulance(救护车) was suddenly shut and the driver ran to the front, jumped into his seat, and started the engine. Inside were the __16__ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Green, the mother holding their baby daughter Ally. The little girl had __17__ food stuck in her throat and could hardly breathe.

The driver, Mr. White, __18___ his siren (报警器) and flashing light, and started speeding towards the nearest hospital, fighting against __19___. The cars ahead of him pulled out of the way as he drove through the ___20__. From the back of the __21___the parents were shouting at him to __22___, since Ally had almost stopped breathing. In front of him he saw some traffic lights, with the red “S” light shining. Mr. White knew that he had no time to __23__, so he drove straight past the traffic lights, looking to his left and right as he did so.

Coming towards him from his right was a taxi. The driver had the windows __24___, since the car was air-conditioned, and he was playing his radio. He did not __25___the ambulance. The lights were green, so he drove straight on into the path of the ambulance.

Mr. White tried to stop his ambulance but it was too late. It hit the taxi. Everybody was shaken but no one was hurt. Mr. White looked to see how little Ally was. He was astonished to see relief instead of __26___on the faces of the parents.

“Look!” cried Mrs. Green. “She is __27___ again.”

“It must have been the crash.” said her husband. “It __28___ the food out of her throat.” The baby’s color was turning to ___29____, and she was crying in a loud but healthy __30___.

They were all joyful, and quite forgot about the accident, the taxi, and the lines of cars all around them.

16. A. worried B. angry C. happy D. surprised

17. A. little B. some C. no D. few

18. A. opened on B. turned on C. turned off D. sped up

19. A. police B. life C. lights D. time

20. A. empty street B. busy traffic C. large crowds D. deserted place

21. A. street B. cars C. traffic D. ambulance

22. A. hurry B. slow C. stop D. drive

23. A. think B. ignore C. lose D. miss

24. A. open B. clean C. up D. down

25. A. hear B. see C. find D. notice

26. A. pleasure B. anger C. fear D. surprise

27. A. crying B. breathing C. smiling D. speaking

28. A. took B. picked C. knocked D. made

29. A. usual B. common C. ordinary D. normal

30. A. sound B. voice C. tone D. noise




One of the things to be learnt in a foreign language is guessing all the time what kind of thing to come when listening to someone talking. People do this all the time in their own language, so it is necessary to do this in a foreign language, too. Here are some examples.

1. "What's the matter?" "I went to a party last night, so I…"

2. "I feel so tired these days."" I think you'd better…"

3."Of course, she never stops talking. She is one of the most…"

You can see from the above three examples that the context(上下文) helps a lot in understanding what is being talked about. So "guessing" is very important in understanding English, especially spoken English.

31. This passage tells us mainly about _________.

A. the importance of "guessing” in learning a foreign language

B. how to guess what one is going to talk about

C. some examples of right guessing

D. how important it is to guess all the time

32. From the context, we can see maybe the finished answer in Example 1 is ________.

A. "… so I didn't have a good time." B. "…so I went to bed very late."

C. "…. So I felt unhappy." D. "… so I got up very early."

33. Maybe the finished answer in Example 3 is ______.

A. "… she is one of the most famous film stars."

B. "…she is one of the most beautiful women."

C. "… she is one of the most famous speakers."

D. " ... she is one of the most talkative women."


I was telling my boy Sonny the story of the hare and the tortoise. At the end I said, “ Son, remember: Be slow and steady, and that will win the race. Don’t you think there’s something to learn from the tortoise?”

Sonny opened his eyes wide, “Do you mean next time when I’m entering for the 60-metre race I should wish that Billy, Tony and Sandy would all fall asleep halfway?”

I was shocked, “But the tortoise didn’t wish that the hare would fall asleep!”

“He must have wished that,” Sonny said, “Otherwise how could he be so foolish as to race with the hare? He knew very well the hare ran a hundred times faster than he himself did.”

“He didn’t have such a wish,” I insisted. “He won the race by perseverance, by pushing on steadily.”

Sonny thought a while. “That’s a lie,” he said. “He won it because he was lucky. If the hare hadn’t happened to fall asleep, the tortoise would never have won the race. He could be as steady as you like, or a hundred times steadier, but he’d never have won the race. That’s for sure.”

I gave up. Today’s children are not like what we used to be. They’re just hopeless.

34. The writer argued with his son because ______________.

A. he liked tortoises while his son liked hares

B. they disagreed about whether the tortoise was foolish

C. he tried to teach his son a moral lesson but the son had totally different opinion

D. he liked the story of the hare and the tortoise while his son didn’t.

35. Sonny believed that the tortoise ______________.

A. won the race by his own hard working

B. took a risk by agreeing to run a race

C. was not given a fair chance in the race

D. in fact did win the race luckily

36. Billy, Tony and Sandy must be_______________.

A. boys who were unknown to Sonny’s father

B. boys who Sonny has run races with before

C. boys who Sonny has never raced with before

D. boys who Sonny did not expect to race with again

37. The writer thinks that his generation______________.

A. are cleverer than Sonny’s generation

B. have the same ideas about life as Sonny’s generation

C. are more hopeful than Sonny’s generation

D. have different ideas about life from Sonny’s generation


When you enter a crowded room or go on a picnic or to a party, who is the most attractive and appealing person? It is the person who is cheerful, has a smiling face and behaves as if he or she is enjoying every moment of the event! Such people have an optimistic(乐观的) opinion on life.They are the ones with a positive attitude.On the other hand, let’s see that fellow in the corner with a long face.He is most probably thinking about the time and money wasted in having fun.He is a pessimist, one with a negative attitude.

A person with a positive attitude gets on well with the job at hand.He doesn’t worry about what’s gone before or what might happen in the future.If there is a problem, he quickly thinks of ways to solve it.If the problem cannot be solved singly, he seeks help from someone else.He doesn’t feel that it’s beneath his dignity to seek assistance.

When Sonal lost her history notes days before an important examination, she sat down and cried.Then she pulled herself together, borrowed a friend’s notes, worked day and night and managed to copy down whatever she had lost.Sonal passed the exam with flying colors.

It’s just not possible, even for the greatest optimist, to smile all the time and feel good all day.Everyone has a period of blues now and then, when everything seems sad and without cheer.But once you develop a positive attitude, once you realize that life is a series of ups and downs, dark clouds and bright sunshine, in no time at all, you’ve bounced back, ready to welcome the world again with open arms and a huge smile! So from this moment on, keep your face to the sunshine and you’ll never see the shadows.

38.What might be the best title of the passage?

A.To live with an aim in life B.To be a pessimist or optimist

C.Life is full of ups and downs D.Develop the positive attitude

39.The case of Sonal suggested that _______.

A.a person can solve the problem once he thinks of a way

B.Sonal made up for what she had lost by working day and night

C.Sonal was a pessimist because he lost her history notes

D.the history notes that she lost was not important for her

40.The underlined phrase bounced back in the last paragraph means_______.

A.moved back and forth B.jumped up

C.returned to active state D.came back

41.According to the last paragraph, which of the following statement is TRUE?

A.If you always look at the shadows, you will be in high spirits.

B.It is impossible for a person to be in a good mood all the time.

C.A negative attitude will make you welcome life with a big smile.

D.When someone feels sad, he thinks the world comes to an end.


Since the 1970s, scientists have been searching for ways to link the brain with computers. Brain-computer interface (BCI) technology could help people with disabilities send commands to machines.

Recently, two researchers, Jose Millan and Michele Tavella from the Federal Polytechnic School in Lausanne, Switzerland, demonstrated (展示) a small robotic wheelchair directed by a person’s thoughts. In the laboratory, Tavella operated the wheelchair just by thinking about moving his left or right hand. He could even talk as he watched the vehicle and guided it with his thoughts.

“Our brain has billions of nerve cells. These send signals through the spinal cord(脊髓) to the muscles to give us the ability to move. But spinal cord injuries or other conditions can prevent these weak electrical signals from reaching the muscles,” Tavella says. “Our system allows disabled people to communicate with external (外部的) world and also to control devices.”

The researchers designed a special cap for the users. This head cover picks up the signals from the scalp(头皮) and sends them to a computer. The computer interprets (translate) the signals and commands the motorized wheelchair. The wheelchair also has two cameras that identify (find or discover) objects in its paths. They help the computer react to commands from the brain.

Professor Millan, the team leader, says scientists keep improving the computer software that interprets brain signals and turns them into simple commands. “The practical possibilities that BCI technology offers to disabled people can be grouped in two categories: communication and controlling devices. One example is this wheelchair.

He says his team has set two goals. One is testing with real patients, so as to prove that this is a technology they can benefit from. And the other is to guarantee that they can use the technology over long periods of time.

42. BCI is a technology that can _____.

A. help to update computer systems

B. link the human brain with computer

C. help the disabled to recover

D. control a person’s thoughts

43. How did Tavella operate the wheelchair in the laboratory?

A. By controlling his muscles.

B. By talking to the machine.

C. By moving his hand.

D. By using his mind.

44. Which of the following shows the path of the signals described in Paragraph 4?

A. scalp—computer—cap—wheelchair

B. computer—cap—scalp—wheelchair

C. scalp—cap—computer—wheelchair

D. cap—computer—scalp—wheelchair

45.Which of the following would be the best title for the text?

A. Switzerland, the BCI Research Center

B. New Finding About How the Human Brain works

C. BCI Could Mean More Freedom for the Disabled

D. Robotic Vehicles could help to cure Brain Injuries

四、 任务型阅读(共5小题;每小题1 分,满分5 分)


Studying Abroad

Are you planning to study in a foreign university? Well, then you certainly come to right place. These tips for studying abroad will surely make you feel at home in a new city.

46.________ Before you leave for another country, make sure that you know a lot about culture, customs and traditions. In this way, you will be able to enjoy your new life.

47.________ This is perhaps the most important thing to remember before you set off to foreign countries to study. Make notes of all the essential papers you would need before and during your stay abroad, especially the passport and visa.

48.________ When you decide to take a course abroad, it is exactly important that you should research well. Talk to people who have finished their studies from that university or who are planning to move to the same university. This way you’ll get some believable information.

49.________ Not only will it make it easier fort you to face personal interviews but also to communicate with the local people and follow students. The more you speak to people, the more you’ll end up making friends quickly. What a way to drive the blues away!

These tips for studying abroad can go a long way in making your stay a truly memorable one.

50. Where is this article most probably taken from?

A. A science magazine B. A study guide

C. A story book D. An English dictionary

试题卷 Ⅱ



When I grew up, I studied in London and spent my holidays on a ___51___(农场)in France. During school terms I could ___52___(自由地) enjoy modern life—especially the Internet, TV and a phone network. During the winter breaks, however, I was ___53___(扔) back to nearly medieval times—no Internet, TV or no phone.

To many of my friends it sounds terrible. But every time the holidays drew ___54__(更近),I couldn’t wait to go to the French countryside with my parents.

Where else could enjoy a cold and ___55___(新鲜的) wind in my hair while rushing down a hill on my bike, build tree houses with my friends in a forest, ___56__(捉) fishes in a river for lunch and play with baby rabbits—all in the same day?

I consider myself lucky to have such a different ___57___(经历).

Learning to enjoy myself without ____58___(依靠) on computers and other electronic things developed my imagination. I learnt many special ___59__(技能), such as planting trees and building boats. I learnt ___60__(另一) language and made lifelong friends along the way, too.


Hu Yu: Guess what? I ’ve got good news. Yan Lianke won Kafka Prize for Literature.

Gu Li: Wow, sounds wonderful! After Mo Yan won the Nobel Prize for literature, another national 61 came out.

Hu Yu: Yeah. It is reported that he is the second 62 writer to get this prize.

Gu Li: I heard that he lives in Beijing now. Where is his hometown?

Hu Yu: He was born in Song County, Henan Province, China. He has said that his heart 63 in Henan and he has based numerous works on life in Henan.

Gu Li: It is said that Dream of Ding Village is 64 by Yan Lianke. Is that true?

Hu Yu: Yes, he is regarded 65_ one of the most understanding writers in China.



A teacher has a great 66 on students. A good teacher can help students achieve success. But do you know how to be a 67 (help) teacher? Here are some tips:

Help develop students’ interests

First, make the lessons interesting so that they are not 68 (easy)forgotten. Second, offer students lots of 69 to practice what they learn. Third, try to be kind and patient with students.

Criticize(批评) less

Some teachers criticize students for making 70 . When students give 71 answers to your questions, don’t criticize them. Sometimes, a little praise is more useful.

Encourage more

It 72 (seem)that some students just can’t learn a certain subject well. After a few 73 (try),they want to give up the subject. When teachers notice that, they should look for all useful ways of 74 (encourage)students. No matter what you do ,always remember to cheer them up when they are in difficulties.

If you put your 75 into your teaching, you will be a successful teacher.





1.食品安全问题 the problem of food safety

2.从超市买回食品 buy a bag of food from a supermarket

3.中毒、肚子痛 get poisoned; have stomachaches with their faces pale

4.送医院治疗 be sent to a nearby hospital

5.脱险 out of danger

6.全社会重视食品安全 pay attention to

Dear editor,

I'm writing to tell you something about________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________

Yours, Li Hua