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1. ----Thank you for your gift to my 18th birthday.
A. That’s right B. I’m all right
2. No smoking here. If you _______ smoke, please go out of the room.
A. will B. must C. can D. shall
3. Our earth is becoming polluted seriously. We are sure that measures _________ by our further
efforts to reduce pollution.
A. will be taken B. is taken C. had been taken D. was taken
4. In our school teachers have bought many new cars. There are some cars similar to ______ described on TV.
A. ones B. them C. those D. these
5. Last night, there were millions of people in the world __________ Chang’e 5 detector return
to the earth after collecting soil samples.
A. watched B. watch C. to watch D. watching
6. If you _________ at the station five minutes earlier, you could have caught the train.
A. has arrived B. had arrived C. will arrive D. arrived
7. I have made a promise to myself ______ this year, my scores in Gaokao will be different.
A .what B. how C. that D. when
8. We have five foreign classmates, three of________ come from the
A. who B. whom C. that D. which
9. Yesterday evening Liu Jun was doing homework _________ he heard a knock at the door.
A. even though B. as if C. after D. when
10. It was not until the end of the meeting ________he came up with a solution to the problem.
A. that B. when C. how D. where
On the first day of 2015, the message Wang Yan, 18, a tax major at some university posted on weibo was not about celebrating. 11 , she showed her gratitude to a stranger who
12 her life in the stampede (人群的蜂拥) accident that happened on the Bund (外滩), a famous tourist
“I am so grateful that I am 14 alive,” she said. Unfortunately, not 15 was lucky. The stampede 16 36 and injured 47, most of whom were youngsters. Students from
This has drawn 18 attention to the issue of public safety. Both students and university officials reflect on the stampede and how they are 19 it.
As a 20 of the accident, Wang still can’t 21 her fear now. “It was so crowded that I 22 had no space to take a breath and couldn’t move at all” she said. “When I was pressed to fall from the steps, I shouted and tried to 23 the hands of strangers, but it didn’t work,” she remembered. But later, “a kind sister gave me a hand and held me 24 .” Finally, she got down from the 25 with the help of other people and got out of danger.
This accident also 28 reflection in students. Li Lirong, 23, a computer science major at Fudan University, went to the Bund that night, but she didn’t hear of the tragedy 29 the next day.When she heard Du Yijun, 20, a sociology major at Fudan University, died, she felt so sorry. “We are from the same high school, so I felt the 30 of life,” she said.
After the accident, universities took a series of measures to ensure students security. For example, some universities organized training on avoiding stampedes and self-rescue skills, according to Oriental Morning Post.
11. A. But B. So C. Though D. Instead
12. A. saved B. backed C. managed D. worried
13. A. sign B. site C. view D. idea
14. A. afterwards B. already C. still D. forward
15. A. something B. anything C. everyone D. someone
16. A. frightened B. killed C. confused D. interested
17. A. detailed B. puzzled C. dreamed D. involved
18. A. similar B. familiar C. much D. simple
19. A. dealing with B. thinking of C. trading for D. defending from
20. A. foreigner B. witness C. teacher D. editor
21. A. deserve B. hide C .play D. impress
22. A. almost B. near C. immediately D. hardly
23. A. bring B. grasp C. complain D. lead
24. A. strongly B. weakly C. tightly D. happily
25. A. parking B. paddle C. palace D. platform
26. A. overlooked B. pulled C. left D. made
27. A. recreation B. assistance C. laughter D. pressure
28. A. related B. used C. inspired D. repeated
29. A. before B. when C. until D. if
30. A. fragility B. treatment C. ability D. courage
Answering the Community Needs of Our City
The Silver City Council recognizes that citizens have certain needs. To better meet your needs, we have made several changes to community facilities in 2014. The followings show how we have tried to make your life better.
☆Three stations for the suburbs have been added to the western train service.
☆20 new buses for the southern line were purchased in January.
☆50 per cent of city bus-stops have been upgraded.
☆Broadband cable is now available to all parts of the city.
☆All of the new Government buildings are smart-wired for better computer service!
☆The new state-of-the-art
☆To overcome a shortage of trained medical staff at
☆Some facilities at
☆Textbooks will be free to all primary students in 2014!
☆Rental for private schools has been reduced.
Protection and Security
☆Extra police now patrol (巡逻 ) the tourist areas.
☆50 new police officers graduated in July and have taken up duties in the city area.
Entertainment / Recreation
☆5,000 new fiction books were bought for the Silver City Library.
31．What is the purpose of the changes in
A. To satisfy all the needs of the citizens.
B. To better the citizens’ life.
C. To make public service upgraded.
D. To meet the needs of the Silver City Council.
32．What’s the message mainly about?
A. The work carried out by the people of
B. The facilities available in
C. Some improvements in
D. Information for interested tourists.
33．What can we learn from the passage?
A. Travel books are provided in the new library.
B. More bus lines and stops are bought in
C. Free medical treatment is available at
D. There are more police officers on duty now.
34．From this text we know this is ____________.
A. a community report
B. a government notice
C. a government plan
D. a public service advertisement
As I grew older, my dad and I grew further apart. We always had totally different opinions. He thought that college was a waste of time, but for me it was important to finish college. He wanted me to work my way to the top as he had done in his field, but I wanted a different life. There was a time when we did not talk with each other.
A few months ago, I heard that my 84-year-old dad was in poor health. When he called and asked whether I could move from
Two weeks after moving back，we bought a boat and started fishing again. Fishing was one of the few things that we did while I was young and that we both enjoyed. It is strange but true that as we are fishing we are able to put things that have kept us apart for so many years behind us. We are able to talk about things that we have never talked about before. Fishing has been healing the old wounds that have kept us apart.
It is not important how many fish we catch. It is about enjoying the relationship that we have not had for years. I' m 62 and he is 84. When we are on the lake fishing, it is like enjoying life. It is far better to find a way to put the unhappy past behind. I am so lucky to spend the happy time with my father in his last years. Now my heart is filled with love. A smile always graces my lips.
35．The author and his father became further apart because .
A. they misunderstood each other
B. his father didn’t allow him to go to college
C. what he had done disappointed his father
D. they had disagreements
36．The author wrote the text ___________.
A. in honor of his father
B. to miss his childhood
C. to share his experience and value what he has
D. to show guilt to his father and warn readers
37．For the author, fishing with his old father .
A. helps cure his father’s disease
B. makes him realize the importance of relaxation
C. is a good way to get close to nature
D. provides a chance for them to communicate
38．Which of the following can be the best title for the text?
A. Fishing Brings Us Together B. Forgiving Is Difficult
C. Memories of Old Days D. My Beloved Father
EDGEWOOD---Every morning at
Well before classes start, students and teachers order Lattes, Cappuccinos and Hot Chocolates. Then, during the first period, teachers call in orders on their room phones, and students make deliveries. By closing time at
“Whoever made the chi tea, Ms. Schatzman says it was good,” Christy McKinley, a second year student, announced recently, after hanging up with the teacher.
The shop is called the Dixie PIT, which stands for Power in Transition. Although some of the students are not disabled, many are, and the PIT helps them prepare for life after high school.
They learn not only how to run a coffee shop but also how to deal with their affairs. They keep a timecard and receive paychecks, which they keep in check registers.
Special-education teachers Kim Chevalier and Sue Casey introduced the Dixie PIT from a similar program at
Kenton County Food Service Director Ginger Gray helped. She made sure all the drinks, which use non-fat milk, fell within nutrition guidelines.
The whole school has joined in to help. Teachers agreed to give up their lounge in the mornings. Art students painted the name of the shop on the wall. Business students designed the paychecks. The basketball team helped pay for cups.
39. What is the text mainly about?
A. A best-selling coffee.
B. An educational program mainly for disabled students
C. Government support for schools.
D. A new type of teacher-student relationship.
A. raise money for school affairs
B. do some research on nutrition
C. develop students’ practical skills
D. supply teachers with drinks
41．How did Christy McKinley know Ms. Schatzman’s opinion of the chi tea?
A. She met her in the shop.
B. She heard her telling others.
C. She talked to her on the phone.
D. She went to her office to deliver the tea.
42．We know from the text that Ginger Gray _____.
A. manages the Dixie PIT program in
B. sees that the drinks meet health standards
C. teaches at
D. owns the school’s coffee shop