17. The teacher asked all the students in the class to keep theireyesfor aminute.
A.Close B.toclose C.closed D.closing
18. In the last five yearsthecityout rapidly in all directions.
A.spread B.toclose C.closed D.Closing
19. I think Vic feels surprised bythefactI’m smarter than heis.
A.why B.that C.when D.which
20.A good teachermustbetoo strict too weak. A.either;or B.not only;butalso
三、完形填空（共 15 小题：每题２分，共 30 分。）
In the past，l always thought that being a teacher was an easy job. But I changed my21When I became a par-time teacher. About four years ago, Richard asked me22could help teach his students how to make a website about themselves. I23because computer is what Ido well and ' didn't think teaching computer would be that24.
But when I taught Richard's class, some of the students25with their friends while I was explaining how to do something. At first I just got angry with them,26Richardtaughtmetothinkwhytheywere doing this. He said that ifhewas27a lesson and the students were not listening, then he was angry with28for not making the lesson clear or interesting for them. I told him that Ididn't29his idea. He thenaskedmeifIhadever30the samething.That made me stop. Of course I had!
If any of my pastteachersare31this,I want to say sorry if I sometimes played around intheclass32you were teaching. I didn't think how that would make you feel. I promise I will do my best to beagood.33in the future. Please help us when we don't understand and most34,don't be quick to be angry when we fail.35of us are perfect but with your help we can besuccessful.
四、阅读理解（共 15 小题：每题 3 分，共 45 分。）
When I was at school, our teacher told the class You are what you eat. ”My friends and I would laugh and call each other ” hamburger” (汉堡)and ” biscuits”. Ourteacher was trying to show us the importance of eating the right food to stayhealthy.
This was 30 years ago when there were big movements to make British people healthier. We started to eat boiled potatoes instead of French fries and drink fat-free milk instead of whole milk.At first I felt my potatoes had no taste at all. But after a while I started to prefer healthier food because I felt stronger and I didn't get sick so often.
So we agree that you become what you eat. Do you know what your friends eat just by looking at them? When you know the effects of different types of food, you can use your knowledge well and eat what you want to become.
Food has been so important to our health. Everyone has their own advice to give, which they have read about or have been told by older people. However, some of these pieces of advice seem to disagree with each other. For example, some say “Eatingchocolate makesyoufat .” while otherssay“ Chocolatecontainstheimportantminerals(矿物质) likeironandmagnesium(镁). ”In fact, whatwe needto find out is what type of chocolate to eat and how much of it toeat.
36. What did the teacher mean by You are what you eat in Paragraph1?
A. It's fun to be called hamburger orbiscuits.
B. Your health depends on what youeat,
C. It's important to eat what youlike.
D. Your life looks like what youeat,
37. Which of the following does the author probably like now?
A. Wholemilk. B.Fried chicken. C.Frenchfries. D.Boiled potatoes.
38.What is the author's opinion on advice?
A.Refuse it if you don't likeit.
B. Consider it when making yourdecision.
C. Accept it if you have read aboutit.
D. Pass it to yourfriends.
Nancy wanted to make good use of her spare time. So she decided to work for underdog. For the past several years, she has been putting her experience and energy to help a disadvantaged (条件差的) high school student.
Nancy knew that her knowledge would be best shared in a one-to-one situation. She foundher perfect match in
Operation Jump Start( OJS).
OJS was founded in 1994 in Long Beach, California, with the-goal of helping students reach for higher education. Itpairsstudentswithexperiencedvolunteers (志愿者) , and provides them with workshops on writing, leadership development, and guided tours of variouscolleges.
Since its start, OJS has helped 80 students graduate from high school, with 95 percent moving on to higher education.
Nancy and the girl, Yanira, spent most of their time on school work. Together the two often went to museums, zoos, the movies, and concerts; they even sang in the school holidays how together!”I know I'm not like anyone else in Yanira's life,” Nancy says, ” It's been great to get to know her and to watch her change, grow, and learn. ”
Much to Nancy's excitement, Yanira plans to attend John Jay College in NewYorkCity,E EX where Nancy's father taught for his whole life. . These days I share her dream, and if she gets accepted I hope to travel to New York with her and show her around,” Nancysays.
39. The word ” underdog” in Paragraph l probably refers to
A. students who need help tosucceed
B. dogs that are not liked by theirowners
C. smart high schoolstudents
D. poor companyworkers
40. What is Operation Jump Start ( OJS) in the text?
A.It's a company providing jobs for people likeNancy.
B. It's an organization helping high schoolstudents.
C. It's a school teaching leadershipskills.
D. It's a program training volunteers.
41.Who is Yanira in thestory?
A.A volunteer OJS supported.
B.A teacher from John Jay College.
C.A student Nancy helped.
D.A relative of Nancy's.
42. According to the text, Nancy feels great to see Yarura
A.sing in theholidayshow B.travel to NewYorkC.gotocollege D.make progress
A world like no other- perhaps this is the best way to describe the world of the rainforest.No rainforest is the same yet most rainforests can be found in the small land area 22.5 degrees north and 22.5 degrees south of the Equator(赤道).Youcanfindrainforestsind South America and Indonesia. Other rainforests exist further from the Equator, in Thailand and SriLanka.
Rainforests have a great role to play in supporting the world. They are home to a rich variety of plants, birds and animals. Can you believe that 480 varieties of trees may be found in just one hectare ( 公 顷 ) of rainforest? These forests have around 50% of all the plants,birds and animals onEarth.
Rainforests have their own perfect way for living, The tall trees make a huge umbrella of branches and leaves which protect themselves, smaller plants, and the forest animals from heavy rain, dry heat from the sun and strong winds. Rainforest trees grow in such a way that their leaves and branches , although close together, never actually touch those of another tree.Scientists think this is a way to prevent the spread of any tree diseases and make life more difficult for leaf-eating insects ( 昆 虫 ). To live in the forest, animals must climb, jump, or fly across the branches and trees. The ground floor of the forest is not all leaves and bushes, like in films, but is actually fairly clear. It is where leaves become food for the trees and other forestLife.
Rainforests around the world are disappearing at a high
speed. A few thousand years ago,rainforests covered as much as 12% of the land surface on Earth, but today this has fallen to less than 5.3% . We hope that the world governments work together with scientists to use their power and knowledge to keep the rainforests for our existence.
43. According to the text, we can findrainforestsin.
A.Britain B.Canada C.Thailand D.U.S.A.
44. Why are rainforests important to theworld?
A. They are home to various kinds of plants andanimals.
B. They can lower the temperature around theEquator.
C. They can provide food for different kinds ofinsects.
D. They produce the best wood for housebuilding.
45. What can be seen in a rainforest according to the text?
A.The ground floor is all covered by leaves andbranches.
B. Tree diseases make life more difficult for leaf-eating insects.
C. Tall trees protect themselves from forest animals with theirbranches.
D. Leaves and branches of a tree never actually touch those of the othertrees.
46. How much of the land surface on Earth is covered by rainforests?
A.Lessthan5.3% B.Nearly 12%
C.Morethan 50% D.Around22.5%
47. How many people on average would marry the same person again?
A.68%. B.48%. C.42%.D.20%.
48. In which country are respondents over 45 more likely to feel happily matched than youngerpeople?
A.Canada. B.France. C.India. D.The U.S.
49. In which country do people get married younger than in most othercountries?
A.China. B.Germany. C.Italy. D.The Philippines. 50.Which country has the lowest percentage of happy couples?
【解析】事实细节题。根据题干中的关键词 lowest percentage of happy couples 可定位置 So Happy Together 这一栏，纵观该栏中各个国家幸福夫妻的百分比可知，马来西亚符合题干所问。故本题选 C。51.【答案】What size,please
52.【答案】areallsold out 53.【答案】verypopular 54.【答案】CanItryiton 55.【答案】Howmuch(isit)
It’spleasuretoansweryourquestionabouthowChinese students spend their summer holiday.Take me for example,I usually make a plan at the beginning.This summer I’ll go travelingtoQingdaowithmyparents.We’llswimintheseaand enjoy some seafood there.But I’ll have to get back around mid-August because I’ll go to a car shoe on August20th.