1. Shortly after the accident, two police were sent to the spot to keep order.
A. dozens of
C. dozen of
2. I practiced the speech well, so I didn't feel ,when I was speaking.
3. Racial discrimination has still ______ in some parts of the U.S.A. since it
after the Civil War.
A. been existed; has been done away
B. existed; has been done away with
C. been existed; has been done away with
D. existed; was done away with
4. --Who is he? Is he our new teacher?
--I'm sorry. I don't know and he is.
A. who; what
B. who ; how
C. how; what
D. where ; how
5. "We must keep a secret of the things here," the general said at the
man in charge of the service office.
A. discussed; and stared seriously
B. being discussed; seriously staring
C. to be discussed; seriously stared
D. having been discussed; and seriously staring
6. Over the past three decades the Chinese people have wonders, which contributes to the economic reforms,
7. Children may get into some bad habits they lack self-discipline.
8. The teacher expects his students to pass the university entrance examination.
9. The following day I ran my first race at high __
10. She'll never forget her stay there__ she found her son who had gone missing two
11. __ about the universe up till now.
A. So little had me known
B. Only a little do we know
C. Very little have we known
D. Little shall we know
12. Some people who don't like to talk much are not necessarily shy; they __ just be
13. If we __ our test tomorrow, I would have gone to the concert.
A. weren't to have
B. hadn't been to have
C. aren't to have
D. hadn't had
14. --I'll be away on a business trip. Would you mind looking after my cat?
--Not at all.__
A. I've no time
B. I'd like it
C. I'd rather not
D. I'd be happy to
15. __ is the capital of Canada.
16.__ is the home of golf.
17. Love for Love is a comedy written by__
A. William Shakespeare
B. Ben Jonson
C. William Congreve
D. Christopher Marlowe
Sometimes, people are not clear about what kind of food is healthy, and what kind of food
may do harm to our health. The USDA has prepared a food guide to help people learn about which kind of food is the healthiest to eat. The food guide describes six main food groups: meat (like fish and chicken), dairy (like milk and cheese), grains (like bread and rice), fruit, and vegetables. The last group is fats and sweets. The USDA also suggests how much of each food group is healthy to eat daily. Though this guide was prepared by the US government, it is very useful for people all over the world.
As a result of years of study, we know that too much animal fat is bad for our health. Forexample, Americans eat a lot of meat and only a small amount of grains, fruit and vegetables.Because of the way they eat, they have a high rate of cancer and heart disease. In Japan, peopleeat large amounts of grains and very little meat. The Japanese also have a very low rate of cancerand heart disease. The Japanese live longer than anyone else in the world. However, when Japanese people move to the US, the rate of heart disease and cancer goes up as their eating habit changes. and as hamburgers, ice creams and other high-fat foods become popular in Japan, the rate of heart disease and cancer is going up there as well. People are also eating more meat and dairy food in other countries, in which the disease rate is going up along with the change of the way people eat. Doctors everywhere suggest people eat more grains, fruit and vegetables and less meat and dairy food.
Eating healthily is important for children as well as their parents. When parents have poor eating habits, their children usually do, too. After all, children eat in the same way as their parents. When parents eat healthy food, the children will learn to enjoy it, too. Then they will develop good eating habits. Doctors suggest parents give their children healthier food such as fruit, vegetables and juice. Everyone wants to live a long, healthy life. We know that the food we eat affects us in different ways. For example, doctors believe that fruit and vegetables can really protect people from many different diseases. On the other hand, animal fat can cause diseases. We can change our eating habits now and enjoy many years of healthy living.
21. What is the USDA in the passage?
A. A report on diseases in the US.
B. An order given by the US President.
C. A group of doctors in the US.
D. An office of the US government.
22. The second paragraph mainly tells us that
A. Japanese are .always healthier than Americans
B. the way we eat may cause some health problems
C. if you eat too much fat you will have cancer
D. living in the US is not good for people's health
23. Which of the following is true according the passage?
A. Good eating habits develop only when you are young.
B. Parents' eating habits are important to their children.
C. More and more people have good eating habits now.
D. The more fruit and vegetables we eat, the longer we will live.
24. Doctors suggest parents give their children healthier food such as
A. fruit, vegetables and juice
B. fish and chicken
C. bread and rice
D. milk and cheese
25. The greatest help the passage gives us is
A. to introduce a food guide to the world
B. to provide us with knowledge of six food groups
C. to suggest a way of eating for a healthy life
D. to find the main cause of some serious diseases
Happiness is an elusive state of mind that everybody spends their lives searching for. Although grading systems such as the happiness index can aid us, happiness is not something that can be weighed or (26) __(衡量), and does not "come from" anything (27)e__ from within our minds. Someone who (28)c __ fulfills the happiness index's characteristics could quite easily be very (29)d__ for example, while the homeless man with no family and ill health could just easily be the happiest man in the world. (30)T__ traits of a happy person such as those stipulated in the happiness index can even make people feel unhappier if they fail to meet these (31) __ (标准). So do not (32)d__ if your life seems a mess! No-body's life is (33) __ and everyone has problems to (34)h __ every day. So remem-ber it is not a question of where to find happiness, but (35)r__ how to find it.
41. Cleverness is a gift, kindness is a choice. Gifts are easy--they're given after all. Choices
can be hard. You can seduce yourself with your gifts if you're not careful, and if you do, it'll
probably be to the detriment of your choices.
42. Helen Keller proved to be a remarkable scholar, graduating with honors from Radcliffe
College in 1904. She had phenomenal powers of concentration and memory, as well as a dogged
determination to succeed. While she was still at college she wrote The Story of My Life. This was
an immediate success and earned her enough money to buy her own house.
43. Directions: For this part, you are allowed to write a short essay entitled "My View on the' Campus Star' Contest". You should write at least 120 words following the outline given below.
Topic: My Friends
A: She's short and thin. She has two big eyes. She's cute.
B: What's her name? She's short and she has long hair. She has an orange schoolbag.
C: It's me, Sarah.
B: Guess! He's strong and he has two big eyes. He's very friendly.
C: It's Zhang Peng.
B: Who's he?
C: Wu Yifan! He's tall and thin. He has glasses.
J: Mum, I have a new friend.
M: Really? A Chinese friend?
J: Yes, he's very friendly.
M: What's his name?
J: His name is Zhang Peng.
J: Look! He's tall and strong.
M: Yes, he is.
① Knowledge objectives:
Students can recognize, read and use some adjectives about describing friends.
Students can master the sentence pattern: What's his name? His name is ..., He's ...
② Ability objectives:
Students can introduce friends to others by practicing the sentences.
Students can improve their ability of speaking.
③ Emotional objectives:
Students can find the beauty of others and learn to cherish friendship.
Key words: tall, strong, short, thin, friendly, quiet
Target language: What's his name? His name is ... He is ...
How to use these words and sentences to introduce others?
Step 1 Warming-up
Greet the students.
Ask the whole class to stand up, sing and act the song "Friend Together".
Step 2 Leading-in
Show the pictures of two cartoon figures: Peter and Lily.
Tell students Peter is our friend, write "friend" on the blackboard, and ask students to greet
Peter. Then tell them Peter and Lily are our friends, plus "s" in the blackboard. Students read
"friends" 3 times.
Lead in today's class and write down the topic "My Friends" on the blackboard.
Step 3 Presentation and Practice
① Words learning and practice
② Sentence learning and practice
Step 4 Consolidation
Step 5 Summary & Homework
One student acts as an assistant teacher to guide all the students to read the words and sen-
Ask students to finish the following homework.
① Listen to the tape and read the dialogue.
② Introduce one classmate to your parents.
根据上述案例中的教学目标要求，进行呈现和操练环节(Presentation and Practice)及巩固(Consolidation)环节的教学设计，并分别说明设计意图。
3.【答案】D。解析：考查动词语态和时态。第一个空，exist“存在”，不能用被动语态，排除A、C;第二个空，时间状语after the Civil War与一般过去时连用，又是被动语态，排除B，只能选D。句意：虽然种族歧视自从美国内战之后就被取缔了，但是至今它还在美国一些地方存在着。
5.【答案】B。解析：考查被动语态和非谓语动阋。being discussed是现在分词的被动式，作the things的后置定语。意思是“正在被讨论的事情”。seriously“认真地”，修饰动词said。staring at…是现在分词短语作状语，表示伴随状况。故选B。
10.【答案】D。解析：考查定语从句。her stay为先行词，可以理解为抽象的一段时间(她待在那里期间)，when指代her stay，在定语从句中作时间状语。
13.【答案】A。解析：考查虚拟语气。句意：如果我们明天没有考试的话，我们就去参加音乐会了。此处If引导的从句中与将来的事实相反，固定的语法结构是if加上were to do形式，因此A项为正确答案。
17.【答案】C。解析：考查英国文学知识。17世纪出现的风俗喜剧是当时喜剧的最高成就，威廉·康格里夫的《以爱还爱))(Lovefor Love)、《如此世道》(The Way ofthe World)等剧作是风俗喜剧的代表作品。
21.【答案】D。解析：推断题。根据文章第一段“Though this guide was prepared by the US government，”可以推
22.【答案】B。解析：细节题。由第二段“People are also eating more meat and dairy food in other countries，in which the disease rate is going up along with the change of the way people eat.Doctom everywhere suggest people eat more grains，fruit and vegetables and less meat and dairy food."可知此题选B项。
23.【答案】B。解析：细节题。根据文章第三段“When parents have poor eating habits，their children usually do，too.After all，children eat in the same way as their parents.”可知此题应选B项。
24.【答案】A。解析：细节题。由第三段最后一句话“Doctors suggest parents give their children healthier food such as fruit，vegetables and juice.”可知该题应选A项。
My View on the "Campus Star" Contest
At an age of character and individuality being encouraged and demonstrated, many schools hold contests to choose their "Campus Stars". Although these activities make our cultural life in campus more colorful and varied, a lot of problems spring up at the same time.
First of all, these activities can result in the swelling of vanity in some students, making them become arrogant, or even feel superior to other students. Moreover, these activities can greatly distract the students from their study. In order to become a star, they will, without any doubt, spend a lot of time and energy on the preparation and compe-tition. The focus of their academic life will be shifted.
On the whole, I think these various "Campus Star" contests should be controlled in the campus. After all, schools are different from any other social institutions. Extracurricular activities should be encouraged, but they should be helpful to the students' academic study and all-round development.