1. What does Jack's sister want to be?
A. A teacher
B. A doctor.
C. A writer.
2、Why does Mike look tired?
A．Because he ate nothing this morning.
B. Because he did homework late last night.
C. Because he has had a bad cold.
3. What time will the woman see Mr. White this mornining？
A. At 10：00.
B. At 10：15
C. At 11：00.
4. Where is the woman going?
A. To the library.
B. To the shop
C. To the park
5. Who will go shopping finally?
6. Where does Andy work now?
A. At a school.
B. At a bank.
C. At a sports centrer
7. What does Andy look like?
A. He has short hair.
B. He is much heavier.
C. He doesn't wear glasses.
8. Why does the man like to live in his neighbourhood?
A. Because the people there are friendly.
B. Because the air there is fresh.
C. Because he likes tall buildings.
9. Whom does the man take to have fun in the garden after supper?
A. His daughter.
B. His wife.
C. His friend.
10. What are the two speakers going to do next?
A. To do exercise.
B. To watch from the window.
C.To buy some flowers.
11. When did David go to visit Salt Lake City?
A. Last Sunday
B. This Sunday.
C. Last Saturday.
12. How did David get to Salt Lake City from Sandy?
A. By bus.
B. By train.
C. By car.
13. Why did David join the English group?
A. Because he wanted to practise English.
B. Because he was the guide's friend.
C. Because he liked the English guide
14. What did David do after lunch?
A. He posted some cards.
B. He visited Temple Square.
C. He saw the Church film.
15. How did David probably feel about the trip?
A. It was terrible.
B. It was tiring.
C. It was pleasant.
The Power of -atlon（决心）
The little country schoolhouse was heated by an old rnal stove（火炉）．A little boy had?the job of coming to school early each day to start the 16 and warm the room before his teacher and his classmates got there?One morning they 17 to find the schoolhouse burning. They dragged（拖）the little boy out of the building more dead than alive. Then he was 18 taken to a nearby county hospital.
The doctor told the boy's mother that 19 the lower part of his body was seriously?burnt, he couldn't use his legs anymore. However, the 20 boy made up his mind that?he would walk. Unluckily his thin legs 21 hung there, all but lifeless.
Finally he returned home from the 22 ．Every day his mother would press his little legs, but there was no feeling, no control, 23 ．Yet his determination that he would?walk was as 24 as ever.
When he wasn't in bed, he would sit in a wheelchair. One sunny day his mother?wheeled him out into the yard to get some fresh air. This day, instead of sitting there, he?25 himself from the chair and pulled himself across the grass，dragging hises 26?behind him.
He worked his way to the white fence（姗栏）around the yard. With great effort, he?raised himself up on the fence. Then, he began dragging himself along the fence, 27?that he would walk. He started to do this every day. There was nothing he 28 more?than to develop life in those legs.
In the end，through his determination he did 29 ．He began to walk to school，then to run to school，to run 30 the joy of running. Later in college he made the running team.
Still later in Madison Square Garden this determined young man, Dr. Glenn
Cunningham, ran the world's fastest mile!
16. A. fire B. class C. game D. story
17. A. left B. waited C. arrived D. hid
18. A. clearly B. quickly C. suddenly D. nearly
19. A. when B. unless C. before D. because
20. A. honest B. brave C. worried D. calm
21. A. just B. also C. once D. ever
22. A. school B. yard C. hospital D, square
23. A. everything B. anything C. something D. nothing
24. A. strong B. simple C. strange D. similar
25. A. helped B. threw C. picked D. enjoyed
26. A. arms B. chair C. legs D. mother
27. A. believing B. doubting C. promising D. suggesting
28. A, afforded B. hated C. forgot D. wanted
29. A. set off B. get back C. stand up D. run away
30. A. to B. for C. from D, without
31. is a famous real tennis player from UK.
A. Rob Pahey
B. David Woodman
C. Manuel Simpson
D. Jeff Green
32. It can be seen from the passage that ·
A. the introductory even ing is at Orange Road
B. the group lesson lasts one and a half hours
C. the book Real Tennis Cambridge costs 50 pounds
D, people can call ]eff Green for more information
33. The passage is written mainly to ·
A. talk about the importance of real tennis
B. teach people how to play real tennis well
C, welcome the world real tennis champion
D. advise people xo come and enjoy real tennis
Cat cafes to open in Toronto and Montreal
Soon, people in Toronto may be able to enjoy a hot chocolate or a coffee in a "cat cafe". Two groups of people in the city are trying to raise enough money to open cat cafes.
The idea is simple：a cafe for humans一with lots of cats around. People will be able to pet the cats while they're sipping their coffee. There are already cat cafes in places like England, France and in Asia like in Japan, South Korea and China.
Jennifer Morozowich plans to open her Kitty Cat Cafe in September. She told The Toronto Star that it will have six to fifteen cats. Morozowich is a cat lover who says that cats help to reduce people's pressure（压力）．She is also planning to hold special "Litter-ature" events, with the Dundas West Animal Hospital, at her cafe, with kids reading to the cats.
Some experts（专家）say that reading to animals helps kids learn to read better because animals enjoy hearing the human voice and kids don’t have to feel worried about making mistakes while they're reading.
Another cat cafe, Pet Me Meow, will be open in autumn if Ashkan Rahimi and Jeff Ro have their way. They are trying to raise money to open a place where cats will live, and people can come in and buy a coffee and hang out with the cats.
Both sets of possible tale owners will have to make sure their cafes are very clean. The City of Toronto has many rules that people have to follow who want to serve food to humans when there are animals nearby. For example, the animal boxes need to be in a separate space away from the eating area.
The cafe owners will get the cats from rescue shelters（救护所）．If the coffee drinkers tall in love with a certain cat, they may be able to take it home.
The Toronto cat rates won't be Canada's first. Happy Cat Caf, is opening in July in Montreal.
34. The underlined word "sipping" in the second paragraph probably means“”·
35. According to the passage, Jennifer Morozowich
A. is a star from Toronto B, likes cats very much
C. has a cat cafe now
D. lives under much pressure
36. We can learn from the passage that
A. reading to cats may help kfds make fewer mistakes
B. the cat rates have to give food to animals nearby
C. people mustn't take the cats of the cat cafEs home
D. Canada will probably have three cat cafes this year
37. The passage might be
A. a news report
B. an animal story
C. a meeting notice
D. a pet advertisement
Twelve-year-old Leonardo was born in a poor family in Bambamarca in Peru. He knew how to read but he had never seen a book in his life. So he asked the new priest（牧师）in his village to give him one. But there was no electricity. So Leonardo borrowed candles from the church and sat up all night reading it. The next morning, he was at the door of the priest asking for another book to read.
John Medcalf, the priest，was moved. He also realised that people would love to read if given a chance. But he knew how difficult it was for Leonardo and those in his village to get books. And yet, no one can be taught to read and write without books. To make people in a poor, faraway area grow to love books，they have to be with them. So he thought the only way was to bring books to people.
But how could this be done? Mobile libraries or car libraries would be too expensive and difficult to continue in the rocky, hilly land of Peru. So what other method could be used?
M-call got a new idea from the barefoot（赤脚）doctors of China. And that was how?the barefoot librarians（图书管理员）first appeared in the villages of northern Peru，almost thirty years ago.
The librarians began by going from village to village, lending books to villagers. They helped start The 12ura1 Library Network of Peru.
At first，they were teachers of the village schools which these faraway libraries belonged to. But the teachers were not very interested in the job because it meant a lot of hat work. So, villagee lders took on the job themselves.
Today, there are 600 village libraries across Peru. The barefoot librarians who walk up?to 15 hours a day with bags of books are their lifeline.
38. The first paragraph tells us that Leonardo
A. had a lot of books
B. bought candles from others
C, stayed in the church D. enjoyed reading books
39. The underlined word "this" in Paragraph 3 probably refers to（指）””
A, to grow to love books B. to bring books to people
C. to read and write
D. to build a new library
40. The passage doesn't mention
A, when the barefoot librarians appeared B. who worked as village librarians at first
C. where Medcalf met Chinese doctors
D. how many village libraries Peru has today
41. It can be inferred（推断）from the passage that ．
A. the first church in Peru was set up by John Medcalf
B. car libraries used to be popular in Leonardo's village
C. teachers were interested in bringing books to villagers
D. the barefoot librarians are important to village libraries
Have you ever tried to understand something new on your own but found it a bit too difficult in books or on the Internet? Don't be worried一you can get help at Khan Academy （可汗学院）．
Khan Academy is an online learning website created in 2007 by Salman Khan, an American teacher. In order to provide "a free world-class education to anyone anywhere"，Khan offers more than 4,200 free micro lectures（讲座）
The classes cover fields like mathematics, biology, chemistry and finance. They usually last for just 10 to 15 minutes. Unlike traditional classes, Khan mainly offers courses for students below college level. The classes can also help those who are planning to take the SAT, an exam often required for students who wish to enter a college or university of the US.
So how can you start your learning journey at Khan Academy?
First of all，enter the website with a personal e-mail account（帐户）．Your personal homepage at Khan Academy is designed to help you learn math. You can take a pre-test first to see your level. The academy then suggests exercises at the right level for you. It also allows you to watch videos and improve yourself until you reach level 5一the highest level.
If you are interested in other subjects, click "LEARN" to see all topics on offer. Try?"Art History"，for example. This will take you to all the things in that area like text?articles, videos and questions. You can also put key words into the search box to see related topics.
Don't worry if you find ft difficult to follow the courses in English. The courses have?been translated into other languages, such as Chinese. Hundreds of Khan's courses in Chinese can be found on Netease (
Harvard, Yafe, Oxford，Cambridge and other top universities.
42. Khan Academy is a learning website that
A. was started by an American teacher B, has a history of over 10 years
C. doesn't provide free lectures
D. is fit only for college students
43. The fifth paragraph is mainly about how to ·
A. pass the math test
B. learn math at Khan Academy
C. design your website D, write an e-mail to Khan
44. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. The classes at Khan Academy usually last 40 minutes.
B. Nothing but videos can be found at Khan Academy.
C. You can get courses from top universities on Netease.
D. Khan Academy only offers courses in English.
45. Which is the best title for this passage?
A. Online Learning
B. Salman Khan
C. College Education
D. Language Courses
46. You can take any of the cakes____this one.
47. Sometimes it is to make a list of everything you have to do.
48.Mary has no to walk home alone at night.
49.I can't believe I am going to meet the pop star.
50. He is 70 years old, but he still active in sports.
When I was 18，my family left China. And a year later, we made our way to New York. Unluckily, my father 51 （失败）to find a job, so I had to help support my family. I looked through the want ads every morning and later had an 52 （面试）for a job at Waterbury Hospital Health Centre. There I was told my work would 53 （包括）sweeping floors. I smiled and remembered my father's advice.
"Be proud of what you do,”my lather said, "whether you're a 54 （老板）or are sweeping floors.”
So even if my job was the lowest, I was 55 （激动的）to do it. Each morning, I imagined all those
56 （病人）not being able to eat if I wasn't there to clean the plates and bowls. Once 57 （早饭）was made, I cleaned toilets, swept floors and did some other 58 （脏的）work.. I wanted people to say "That young man sure does a nice job"，59 （尽管）I was dead tired.
Through 60 （十一）jobs I've ever held, my father's wise words have stayed with me. I've swept floors，and I've been the manager. I think Dad would be proud.
Plenty of people dream of going to Mars（火星）．61 different from those people,
13-year-old Alyssa Carson has been working 62 (happy) for that dream since the age of?4，according to a new report which 63 (make) by the BBC not long ago.
Alytsa tells the BBC,“I hope 64 (go) to Mars because it is a place that no one has?been to before. I want to take that first step.”According to the BBC, she 65 (attend)?USA's three world space camps so far.
Her father, Bert Carson, tells the BBC that Alyssa plans to be on the first long journey?to Marst which is expected to take place in 66 year of 2033.“We are proud 67?her,”he says.“We have the next eighteen 68 (year) planned out.”One of those plans?is Alyssa attending the International Space University.
Of course，Alyssa's dream could come with 69 (big) sacrifices（牺牲）than others.
If Alyssa goes to mars，maybe 70 is very difficult for her to return to Earth. Still，her?father says，"If that's the only choice she has，she artll wants to go.”Alyssa agrees.
Which musical insttnmmt shall I learn?
Many people would like to learn how to play a musical instrument, but they are put off by one big problem：What to play? Here are a few questions to help you decide.
Many instruments are of different use，but some are more fit for certain types of music Some instruments may lead themselves better than others to the music you like, so consider this before you start.
Do you want to play with other people?
Think about your long-term future as a musician. If you want to play with other people, what sort of instrument would be most practical? Your first thought of playing the violin,for example, might disappear when too many people are competing with you！
Many people live in flats and practising the drums, for example, will drive your neighbours crazy. Think about where and when you are going to practise, as well as the feelings oI the people you live with or near.
This is quite a big factor. Many instruments can be bought at different prices. But this doesn't change the fact that many, such as the piano, are always pretty expensive. If you can't afford your chosen instrument，will you be able to borrow someone else's or hire one?
Talk to people you know who already play instruments. They might even let you try theirs. It's also a good idea to find an experienced music teacher, preferably one who plays a few different instruments, who can give you some advice and push you in the right direction.
75. Do you like music? Why or why not?（不少于5个单词）
76.你校英语社团正在开展主题为"What should a good teacher be like?"的讨论，为此你采访了一些学生和家长。请你根据下表内容．用英语写一篇短文进行交流，并阐述你的观点。
短文首句：Students and parents have different opinions about what a good teacher should be like.
What akosld a good teacker be like?