1．Whose book does Suzie have?
A．Hannah’s． B．Her mother’s． C．Deborah’s．
2．How will the woman go to the town center?
A．By train． B．By bus． C．By taxi．
3．How many shirts will the man buy?
A．Three． B．Five． C．Six．
4．Who is Jack probably talking with?
A．His mother． B．His teacher． C．His dentist．
5．What will the boy probably do this weekend?
A．Have a picnic． B．Study math． C．Learn about science．
6．How many people will there be at the party?
A．Twelve． B．Fourteen． C．Twenty．
7．Where will the party be held?
A．In a park． B．At the office． C．At a co-worker’s house．
8．What does the man want to do?
A．Copy a book．
B．Buy a signed book．
C．Attend a book signing ceremony．
9．What does the man say about his father?
A．He is an author．
B．He sells old books．
C．He likes the author of Secret．
10．Why does Michael feel sorry?
A．He is having a lot of problems．
B．He hasn’t called his grandma for a long time．
C．He forgot his grandma’s birthday．
11．What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A．Michael’s birthday． B．Michael’s grandfather． C．Michael’s busy schedule．
12．How does Michael probably feel about going to college?
A．Worried． B．Confident． C．Disappointed．
13．Where does the conversation probably take place?
A．At a bank． B．At a drugstore． C．At a post office．
14．Where is the man’s mother?
A．In Atlanta． B．In St．Louis． C．In Memphis．
15．Why does the man have to pay extra money?
A．He is paying for overnight service．
B．He is paying with a credit card．
C．He has a fragile item．
16．What is the man giving to his mother?
A．A box of cookies． B．Some cash． C．A cup．
17．How did Jane Goodall become interested in chimpanzees?
A．She studied them in college．
B．She received a gift from her father．
C．She raised one when she was young.
18．Why did people criticize Jane Goodall’s research?
A．She named the chimpanzees．
B．She numbered the chimpanzees．
C．She lived with the chimpanzees．
19．What was Jane Goodall interested in after she left the jungle?
B．Saving the environment．
C．Traveling around the world．
20．When did Jane Goodall open her institute in Hong Kong?
A．1n 1957． B．In 1977． C．In 2002．
Below are some of the best exhibit ions at UK museums，galleries and historic houses．
20 Years Of Treasure—Oxfordshire Museum
Objects range from clay pipes and pots to gold coins and Elizabethan rings，all contributing to a deeper understanding of the area’s history．Recent acquisitions such as a beautifully decorated pair of Roman calipers(卡尺)are on display for the first time．Many items are now part of the county’s permanent collections，but there is also the opportunity to view discoveries that were recorded and returned to their finders．
Opening times：Tue—Sat，10 a．m．—5 p．m．Sun，2 p．m．—5 p．m．
A History of Fashion—Fashion Museum
This display features the items that have shaped the way Britons have dressed over the last 500 years．Among them is a woman’s waistcoat dating back to the time of Shakespeare，a selection of silk robes that would have been desired by the upper-class people of Georgian society，a New Look suit worn in the 1920s by the ballet dancer Margot Fonteyn and a 21st century body—con Galaxy dress．
Opening times：Daily，10：30 a．m．—5 p．m．
Another India—Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Marking the 70th anniversary of India’s independence from Britain，Another India looks at the story of the country’s Indigenous and Adivasi people using a rich collection of artifacts．Never-before-seen objects from the museum’s collection are on display，together with several recently acquired works，including a number of newly created pieces by contemporary Adivasi sculptors．
Opening times：Tue—Sat，10：30 a．m．—4：30 P．m．Sun，l 2 noon—4：30 p．m．
Art since 9／11—IWM London
On display are 50 works of art including film，sculpture，painting，installations，photography and prints，bringing together the varying perspectives of more than 40 artists．Many exhibits are being shown in the UK for the first time．The exhibition is organized into four themes，exploring 9／11 itself，the resultant argument over state security，our relationship with weapons and other tools of war，and the damage caused to people and the environment．
Opening times：Daily，10 a．m．—6 p．m．
21．What can we 1earn about the exhibits in Oxfordshire Museum?
A．They all belong to the museum．
B．They came from royal families．
C．Some of them have never been on show before．
D．Some of them were donated by other countries．
22．What does the fashion display reflect?
A．The differences in dressing among Britons．
B．The changes in Britons’way of dressing．
C．The way of Britons’shaping their lives．
D．The history of Britons’making clothes．
23．Which of t he exhibitions explores the theme of war?
A．Art since 9／11．
B．A History of Fashion．
D．20 Years of Treasure．
These days，North Kickapoo Street in Shawnee，Oklahoma，is a four-lane road leading out to the highway，and lined with all kinds of places to eat and shop．But in the mid-1950s，it was just a gravel(砂砾)country road，the perfect place for our daddies 10 leach us how to drive．
We didn’t have driver’s education at Shawnee High Schoo1．We were on our own．Mom took me to pick up an instruction handbook．I was the oldest of my friends，so we were excited at the prospect of a whole new world opening up．We’d have freedom to get around．Best of all，we could go to the Starlite Drive—In theater on 50-cents-a-carload night．We’d have it made．
Mom let me back our 1949 Ford out of the garage a few times to get used to the clutch (离合器)and gearshift(变速排挡杆)．I got familiar with the motion but was hardly ready for my road lest．
Finally，the day came for Daddy to give me a real lesson．He drove out to the end of the paved section of Kickapoo Street and across to where the gravel started．My daddy had come from a family of 10，and they had been farmers in a poor area in Oklahoma．There was only one way to do things，and that was the right way．
Praises were rare，so when he expressed his approval it was special．I didn’t want to experience his glare if I ground the clutch or the car shook as I tried to get it going．
I took a deep breath，slowly let out the clutch，pushed the stick into second gear，eased down the road，and then carefully moved into third gear．He had me stop and repeat the procedure two or three more times until I came to the end of the section．I was feeling pretty good as I came to a stop and looked to Daddy for approval．
He glared at me and then barked，“You’ve been driving，haven’t you?”
He must have thought I’d been practicing in somebody else’s car．I quickly explained that my training was all done on the Ford．
That was 60 years ago．I can still see the nod he gave me when he said，“Well，you did a good job．”
24．How did the author learn to drive at the beginning?
A．He was taught by his mother．
B．He was taught at Shawnee High Schoo1．
C．He learned to drive with the help of his father．
D．He taught himself by an instruction handbook．
25．While Daddy was teaching him，the author operated carefully to__________．
A．pass the road test B．show his driving skill
C．avoid making him angry D．stop the car being damaged
26．Why did Daddy glare at the author when he stopped?
A．He thought he had been cheated．
B．Something was wrong with the car．
C．He was disappointed at his son’s driving skill．
D．The son didn’t operate properly while driving．
27．Which of the following best describes Daddy’s character?
A．Untalkative． B．Strict． C．Bad-tempered． D．Helpful．
The Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans has added an unconventional course to its curriculum．Medical students can now take cooking classes in addition to their usual training．This is intended to improve doctors’nutritional knowledge and encourage them to use food to prevent or cure illnesses．
According to a survey，most medical students in the U．S．receive on average 20 hours of nutritional education throughout their entire education．This is an extremely low number，especially when one considers that diet is at the core(核心)of many modern Western diseases．From Type 2 diabetes，heart disease，reflux to obesity，allergies，depression and arthritis，eating the right foods can go a long way towards recovery，while significantly reducing dependency on medicinal drugs．
A big part of the problem is that nutritional guidelines in North America are vague，impractical，and difficult to apply．Everyone，from doctors to schoolchildren，learns about specific nutrients and percentages of recommended daily intakes，but that doesn’t translate easily to the grocery store．
Training doctors to cook，however，takes nutritional education to a whole new level．Not only will doctors be able to explain which foods are best to eat，but they will also understand how to prepare them．Tulane medical students prepare for teaching future patients by offering free cooking classes to New Orleans residents—a mutually beneficial arrangement for everyone who shares that food．
Fortunately，the model seems to be catching on．Already two other medical schools have licensed the curriculum and are adding it to their courses．Tulane also offers nutritional training for health—focused chefs from a nearby cooking school，which makes a lot of sense．After a11，with the frequency with which North Americans eat out，we could all benefit from chefs who know how to balance nutrition with great taste．
28．What does the author want to tell us by listing the diseases in Paragraph 2?
A．Proper diets help cure them． B．Proper diets can replace drugs．
C．They are difficult to treat． D．They are typical western diseases．
29．What’s the author’s attitude towards the present nutritional guidelines in America?
A．Amazed． B．Confused． C．Dissatisfied． D．Interested．
30．What can we know about the course from the 1ast paragraph?
A．It will benefit chefs． B．It is becoming popular．
C．It has a long way to go． D．It encourages eating out．
31．Which of the following can be the best title for the text?
A．Take a Cooking Course B．Learn to Be a Good Doctor
C．Live Your Life to the Full D．Let Food Be Your Medicine
Punks，Ravers，Mods and Teddy Boys．No，these aren’t some hot new bands，but the names of a number of British youth subcultures from the last 70 years．Youth Club，a UK not-for-profit organization，released a book earlier this year celebrating many different subcultures from throughout Britain’s recent history．
“A catalyst(催化剂)for creativity on the worldwide stage，British youth culture movements from the Teddy Boys of the 1950s to the Grime Scene of the 2000s continue to play a pioneering role in music，fashion and creativity across he globe，” it wrote on its website．
These subcultures were traditionally a way for young people to show their personalities to others．Walking around London in the 1970s would have meant seeing dozens of young“punks”—people dressed in ripped denim，leather jackets，body piercings and with brightly-dyed hair—on the streets．And in the 90s，“ravers”were young people who threw a11-night parties in abandoned buildings or car parks．
So，what was the reason behind these subcultures?
“On both sides of the Atlantic，more and more young disappointed teenagers were looking for an escape from the boredom and restrictions of society，”wrote Ian Youngs，BBC entertainment reporter．“Unemployment，racial tensions and social changes added fuel to their fires．”
Youth subcultures have almost disappeared in the West．Some experts believe the reason for this is the instant and low-priced availability of music and clothing in the Internet age．“Fashion and music，they’re much cheaper and they’re much faster today，”Ruth Adams，a culture lecturer at King’s College London told The Guardian．
“When I was a teenager，you had to stick to one type of music or fashion，because it cost more money．Now，it's all a bit vaguer，”she said，believing that it's harder to figure out someone’s personality or music tastes nowadays just by looking at them．
Despite this，Adams believes that today’s young people are still finding their own way to express themselves，but in a more modern way．“It’s certainly happening online，”she said．“It’s a lot easier to use personas(伪装)online just by showcasing certain types of mysterious knowledge．”
32．What do we know about British youth subcultures?
A．They date back to the 1970s．
B．They were started by Youth Club．
C．They are contemporary culture movements．
D．They were a way for youths to express themselves．
33．What contributed to the appearance of these youth subcultures?
A．The easy access to music and clothing．
B．Young people’s desire for freedom and fun．
C．The political pressure young people suffered．
D．Young people’s longing for fame and wealth．
34．What does the underlined word“this”in Paragraph 6 probably refer to?
A．The faster and cheaper music．
B．The instant and low-priced fashion．
C．The disappearance of youth subcultures．
D．The availability of music and clothing．
35．Which of the following would Ruth Adams probably agree with?
A．Young people are less willing to express themselves．
B．Young people are less interested in music and fashion．
C．Music and fashion develop too fast for young people to follow．
D．The Internet makes it harder to tell the young’s real personalities．
Practical Ways to Show Respect for a Friend
●Show respect for their life choices and decisions
Accept that people aren’t always going to be just like you．They will make different life choices，have different views on politics and religion，and act differently in many ways．This doesn’t mean they can’t be your friend． 36
●Give them the benefit of the doubt
37 If you’re in doubt about something，ask your friend．Be respectful and give them the benefit of the doubt when you don’t do．’This alone will help you stay in their good graces(好感)．
●Give friends your full attention
One of the best ways to show respect for someone is to listen to them fully．Allow them to pause，convey nonverbal communication clues，collect their thoughts，and get it all out．Too often friends listen with half an ear or jump in the minute their friend pauses with an even worse story． 38 When your friend is talking，pay attention．
Treat your friends respectfully when you argue with them．Make your friendship a safe place by not embarrassing your friend or expressing your private disagreements in front of other people．Be publicly supportive and kind to your friends so they know you value your friendship with them．
●Show up，be there，and do what you say you’re going to do
40 So just show your friend the best kind of respect by being on time，keeping promises，and being the one friend they can always count on．That’s the way to truly show respect．
A．Assumptions can be a dangerous thing．
B．Consider your friendship a precious gift．
C．This type of behavior is very disrespectful．
D．Tell your friends what you think about them directly．
E．In fact，you can almost do nothing but accept the differences．
F．It means that you’11 need to take a step back，reserve judgment，and show respect．
G．No one likes an unreliable friend who says they’11 be there and then doesn’t show．
I went with some colleagues from my office for a dinner in a very popular local restaurant．It was 41 business time and the restaurant was packed．We 42 found a table in a corner for three of us．
As soon as we sat down，we heard a crash when a cleaning boy 43 the floor with all the plates he was carrying．There was 44 and no one was saying or doing anything．
In a flash I remembered my 45 many years ago．Once，I 46 in the airport because I had rushed there on my own on an empty stomach．I was picked up and taken care of by two 47 ．Now this was my chance to 48 it forward．
I ran to the young man’s side immediately，turned him on his back and screamed for someone to 49 a hot drink．Soon people started asking if I was a doctor．I said I was not， 50 I was skillful at blacking out(晕厥)．
The kid soon opened his eyes， 51 what had happened．I 52 him by saying was OK and I had had a 53 experience．He had not eaten anything．I held the 54 drink to his mouth till he finished it and sat with him till he felt OK．By then the 55 had arrived．I asked her to give the kid something to eat．I offered to pay．
The manager was kind enough to refuse the 56 and agreed to make sure the kid ate before he went home．By the time all this was 57 it was getting late for my colleagues．We hadn’t 58 anything yet，so they decided to go home．
I slowly walked home，not hungry any more，feeling 59 for the opportunity I pay forward the 60 I had received many years ago．
41．A．peak B．1ocal C．spare D．regular
42．A．actually B．finally C．eagerly D．gradually
43．A．kicked B．touched C．hit D．swept
44．A．silence B．danger C．doubt D．tension
4 5．A．adventure B．flight C．experience D．1esson
46．A．showed up B．walked around C．settled down D．passed out
47．A．friends B．strangers C．colleagues D．relatives
48．A．pay B．return C．take D．put
49．A．order B．buy C．serve D．bring
50．A．and B．so C．because D．but
51．A．knowing B．wondering C．ignoring D．arguing
52．A．reminded B．comforted C．answered D．encouraged
53．A．memorable B．personal C．similar D．common
54．A．coo1 B．refreshing C．sweet D．warm
55．A．customer B．manager C．waitress D．doctor
56．A．payment B．reward C．suggestion D．support
57．A．up B．away C．over D．behind
58．A．prepared B．demanded C．received D．ordered
59．A．ready B．anxious C．grateful D．comfortable
60．A．kindness B．honor C．inspiration D．service
You have just celebrated the Spring Festival with your family．While 61 (prepare)for most important holiday of the year，you may come across an animal sign from the Chinese zodiac(生肖)on the paper cut decorations 62 hang on the doors or windows．
According to the Chinese lunar calendar，February 16 is the beginning of the Year of the Dog．Although they 63 (see)as companions and part of the family today，China and Western countries have different cultural 64 (belief)about dogs．
In Chinese，some words related 65 dogs have negative meanings，such as“No ivory can come out of a dog’s mouth．”In English， 66 ，the situation is different．People use“Every dog has his day” 67 (describe)a period of good fortune．
It is said that when Greek hero Odysseus 68 (eventual)returns home after 20 years away at war only his dog Argos recognizes him，who is overjoyed to see 69 (it)owner again after so many years．
In fact，people are much 70 (close)to dogs in a way than to cows，pigs or even horses．Their loyalty is the origin of the English saying，“A dog is man’s best friend．”
I’m Li Lei，a high school student from China．I was here in Britain for my holiday．At around 8：30，in the morning of February 8th，I found out a lost suitcase near the exit of Heathrow Airport．I waited patient for some time，so nobody came for it．
I had no choices but to hand them in to the information center．It’s a black square suit case，what is just as big as a school bag．When picking，the suit case was half open and there were some documents and a camera in it．
I hope owner can come back and get it soon!
假如你是李华，你的美国笔友Jim Smith打算参加央视举办的“汉语桥(Chinese Bridge)”大赛。请根据下表内容用英语给Jim写一封信，介绍相关情况。
How are you recently?______________________________________________________
1-5 CABAC 6-10 BABCB 11-15 CACBA 16-20 CBABC
第二部分 阅读理解 （共两节, 满分40分）
第一节 (共15小题；每小题2分, 满分30分)
21-23 CBA 24-27 DCAB 28-31 ACBD 32-35 DBCD
第二节 (共5小题；每小题2分, 满分10分)
41-45 ABCAC 46-50 DBADD 51-55 BBCDB 56-60 ACDCA
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I’m Li Lei, a high school student from China. I was here in Britain for my holiday. At around 8:30, in the
morning of February 8th, I found out a lost suitcase near the exit of Heathrow Airport. I waited patient for some
time, so nobody came for it.
I had no choices but to hand them in to the information center. It’s a black square suitcase, what is just as big
choice it which
as a school bag. When picking, the suitcase was half open and there were some documents and a camera in it.
I hope∧owner can come back and get it soon!
第二节 书面表达 （25分）
One possible version：
How are you recently?
I’m glad to hear that you are going to take part in the contest, the Chinese Bridge, which is to be held on August 20th this year. This contest is for non-native Chinese speakers only. The competitors will show their talents in listening, speaking, reading and writing, as well as in traditional Chinese culture and skills, like the Chinese calligraphy, painting, martial art or paper cutting.
Be sure to sign up for the contest before the end of May. You still have a lot of time to practice before the contest starts.
I do hope you will get a result in the competition. Good luck!
M: Where did you get that book, Suzie? Did mom get it? I don’t remember buying it for you.
W: Deborah lent it to me. Everyone’s reading it. I have to give it to Hannah when I finish reading it.
W: Should I take a taxi or a bus to the town center?
M: You can take either, but the train goes directly there. It’s cheaper, too.
W: Thanks. I’ll do that instead.
M: I’ll take six of these shirts: two red shirts, one blue shirt, and three green shirts.
W: I’m sorry. We are out of the blue ones.
M: OK. I guess I’ll just take the two red ones and the three green ones.
W: Jack, have you brushed your teeth?
M: No, I already brushed them this morning. I’m busy playing my X-Box!
W: Jack, you know you have to brush them twice a day. Dr. Brunswick said so. Don’t talk back. Just go do 1
M: Finally! I’m done with this math test. I’m going to make the most of my free time.
W: So, you’re going to Henry’s picnic?
M: No, I’m going to visit the library. I’ve reserved a study room, and there are science experts available there all weekend.
M: Good morning. I’d like to buy a cake.
W: No problem, sir. We have many cakes here. What size would you like?
M: Well, it’s for my co-worker’s birthday. There are fourteen people in the office.
W: Well, this cake feeds twelve people, and this one behind it feeds twenty.
M: I’ll take the bigger one… It’s better to have too much than not enough.
W: Sounds good. Do you want it delivered?
M: Yes. Can you deliver it to my office? The birthday party will be after work, at a park near the office.
M: Hello, I heard from my friend that you carry hard-to-find books. He strongly recommended your bookstore for these books. Do you carry a copy of Secret signed by the author?
W: Yes, I know the title, but only one is available now, and it’s not signed. If you need it soon, I recommend buying that. Otherwise, I can search online to find a signed copy. It could take some time, though, and of course, it will cost more.
M: I understand that, but what really matters is the signature. I’m giving my father the book as a gift. He was a fan of the author’s.
W: I see. If you give me your phone number, I’ll inform you when I find something.
M: Hi, Grandma! I’m calling to say happy birthday. I hope you’re having a good day.
W: Thank you, Michael! It’s great to hear from you. It’s been a while since we’ve talked.
M: I know, Grandma. I’m sorry. I’ve been so busy with school and activities lately. I’m captain of the basketball team this year. And I’m also applying to colleges for next fall.
W: Oh, Michael, I’m so proud of you! You’re a very accomplished young man. Do you know where you want to go to college?
M: I really want to go to the University of Southern California, but they might not let me in! It’s a very good school, and it’s very difficult to be accepted there.
W: Well, I’m sure they will take you, honey. You’re a special young man. You’ve really made your grandfather and me so proud.
W: I can help the next person in line.
M: That’s me. Hi! I need to mail this package.
W: Okay, great. Where is it going?
M: It’s going to St. Louis, Missouri. And I need it to get there as fast as possible. It’s my mother’s birthday present, and her birthday is tomorrow. I don’t want it to be late.
W: Okay, sir. I can do that. We’ll have to deliver it overnight, which will cost extra money. Let’s see…it will be $32.50 to get the package there tomorrow. Will you pay with a credit card or cash?
M: I have cash. And please mark “FRAGILE” on the box.
W: What is in here, sir? Is there anything dangerous? Any liquids or chemicals?
M: No, there is just a box of chocolates and a cup. But I don’t want the cup to break.
W: Okay, sir. We will have it leaving Atlanta and arriving in St. Louis tomorrow, by way of Memphis. Here’s your receipt, and have a great day!
Have you heard of Jane Goodall? She is a famous scientist who lived with and studied chimpanzees for many years. A chimpanzee is an intelligent African animal that is like a large monkey without a tail. When Jane was young, her father gave her a toy chimpanzee. And she became interested in these animals. In 1957, her love for animals led her to call Dr. Louis Leakey, a famous scientist, who offered her a job as an assistant. Even though she had no college degree, he asked her to become a researcher. She lived with the chimpanzees for over thirty years and wrote down what they did. She published her research. Some people criticized her research. They said she should have given the chimpanzees numbers instead of names. After she left the jungle, she became interested in saving the environment. She opened the Jane Goodall Institute in 1977 to educate people about the environment. She has written many books and still travels around the world, helping children understand the natural world. In 2002, she opened a Jane Goodall Institute in Hong Kong, China. Everywhere she goes, people ask her about her research on chimpanzees.