21. —Do you know ______ girl with long curly hair？
—Yes， she is Mary. She plays ______
piano very well.
A. a； / B. the； /
C. the； the D. a； the
22. If you dont know the ______ to the science museum， here is a map of the city.
A. date B. way
C. price D. time
23. —Do you know the children over there？
—Yes， ______ names are Mike and Jane.
A. Theirs B. Their
C. Her D. His
24. —What do you think of the environment here？
—Wonderful！ ______ of the land ______ covered with trees and grass.
A. Two fifths； is B. Two fifth； is
C. Two fifths； are D. Two fifth； are
25. Simon used to be ______ ， but now he takes part in different activities and has made many new friends.
A. honest B. lively
C. active D. quiet
26. —I want to be a teacher when I grow up.
—Work hard， ______ your dream will come true.
A. or B. but
C. though D. and
27. —When shall we begin our trip？
—Well set out ______ our head teacher arrives.
A. as soon as B. ever since
C. so that D. even though
28. In order to pass the exam， you need to work much ______ now.
A. hard B. harder
C. hardest D. hardly
29. —Whats the meaning of ＂secretary＂？
—Let me ______ the word in the dictionary.
A. look at B. look for
C. look after D. look up
30. We need clear air and water， so we ______ protect the environment.
A. can B. may
C. must D. might
31. —Can John play soccer with us， Mrs. Black？
—One moment， please. He ______ on the phone to his cousin.
A. talks B. talked
C. talking D. is talking
32. —Aunt Li， who is the pretty girl in red in the picture？
—Its my daughter. The picture ______ 10 years ago.
A. took B. is taken
C. has taken D. was taken
33. —Would you like to go swimming in the river， John？
—Swim？ Sorry， our teachers always tell us _____ in the river alone.
A. dont swim B. to not swim
C. not swimming D. not to swim
34. ______ weather it is today！ Wed better stay at home.
A. What hot B. How hot
C. What a hot D. How a hot
35. —______ ！ Something is falling down from the tall building.
—Dear me！ Its too dangerous.
A. Look out B. Help yourself
C. What a pity D. Shut up
I did very badly at school. My headmaster thought I was 36 and when I was 14， he said， ＂You are 37 going to be anything but a failure.＂
After five years of 38 jobs， I fell in love with a very nice middle-class girl. It was the best 39 that could have happened to me. I decided to do something positive with my life because I wanted to prove to her what people said about me was 40 ， especially her mother， who had said to me， ＂You have failed at everything you have ever done.＂ So I tried hard with my 41
and went to college， my first novel 42 while I was at college.
After college I taught during the 43 in high schools and attended evening classes at London University， where I got a 44 in history. I became a lecturer at a college and was thinking of giving up that job to write full time when I was offered a part-time job at Leeds University. I began to feel proud of myself—it was a working-class boy who had left school early， now teaching at the university.
My writing career （生涯） 45 when I realized my own style. Now I am rich and famous， have been on TV， and met lots of film stars. But what does it mean？ I just wish all the people that have put me down had said， ＂I believe in you. You will succeed.＂
36. A. bright B. useful C. simple D. hopeful
37. A. never B. sometimes C. often D. seldom
38. A. low B. poor C. good D. useful
39. A. support B. happiness C. surprise D. thing
40. A. wrong B. right C. stupid D. foolish
41. A. experiment B. experience C. writing D. practice
42. A. came on B. came in C. came back D. came out
43. A. day B. night C. month D. year
44. A. graduation B. pass C. degree D. success
45. A. took off B. put off C. gave off D. got off
第三部分 阅读理解（共15小题；每小题2分，满分30分 ）
＂Where there is a will， there is a way.＂ Perhaps not many students can understand this better than 22-year-old Michael Ha. Because of his story of success， he has become an example of young people.
Michael Ha was born in a very poor family. His parents worked in Vietnam before they moved to Britain in 1980. They couldnt find work in Britain because they spoke little English. The whole family had to live on benefits （救濟金） and they lived in a small house in Hackney， a poor area in East London. Growing up is not easy for Michael， but he never gave up.
At the age of ten， he set his heart on going to Cambridge University. It was not easy， either. Michael studied at a school， which used to be called ＂the worst school in Britain＂. However， young Michael made his mind to try his best， no matter what kind of school he was studying at. The smart boy studied very hard and did well in every subject at school. Once he made a bet with his friend to learn further math. As a result， after just spending four months teaching himself from a textbook， he got an A in AS-level further math.
Now Michael is the star medical student in Johns College， Cambridge and has just won an award for his excellent grades. He hopes he will be an inspiration for other young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
46. When was Michael born？
A. In 1995.
B. In 1980.
C. In 1900.
D. In 1984.
47. Where did Michaels parents work before 1980？
A. In Britain.
B. In Vietnam.
C. In Cambridge.
D. In Hackney.
48. What does Michael learn about in Cambridge University ？
49. Which of the following is TURE？
A. Michaels parents couldnt find work in Britain because they had little work experience.
B. Michael had a dream of studying at Cambridge University when he was eleven years old.
C. In order to get an A in AS-level further math， Michael spent four months teaching himself.
D. Michael has won two awards for his excellent grades.
From a large elephant to a small mouse， animals live happily together in Disneys new movie Zootopia. Judy Hopps， the main character， becomes the first rabbit police officer in the city. While solving a mystery， she meets the smart fox， Nick， who helps her with her case （案件）， and some other animals like the lion mayor （市長） and a mouse called Flash. Here is something more about the movie.
There are 64 kinds of animals in the movie. All of them look like real ones except Judy， the first rabbit police officer. Its appearance is a bit different from real rabbits. Real rabbits actually have split lips （嘴唇），but the film makers decided to make Judys lip all together to look nice.
Film makers learned that not all fur （皮毛） of animals is the same. In the movie， some of polar bears fur is clear. it appears white because the light reflects off it. Part of fox fur is dark at the root， getting lighter till its red top. They did so to make sure that the animals in Zootopia were believable.
Moreover， a film maker， Nathan Warner with his partners also took a trip to Africa for researching animals. According to their discovery， these artists added leaves to animals coats like the big sheep. They also make animals tears run from the inside corners of eyes down to the outside of the mouths.
50. Which of the names doesnt belong to the 64 animals in the movie？
B. Nathan Warner.
D. Judy Hopps.
51. Which statement is not true according to the passage？
A. Nick is a smart fox and helps the police officer， Judy Hopps to solve a case.
B. In the movie， the animals look the same as the real ones including Judy.
C. Part of fox fur is dark at the root and gets lighter till its red top.
D. The artists added leaves to animals coats.
52. What is the passage mainly about？
A. The story happened among the animals in zootopia.
B. A special rabbit.
C. Some fun facts about Zootopia.
D. All the steps of making this movie.
At my primary school， I was one of the smartest kids there. I never studied， but always got perfect scores. I thought I was born clever. At least I believed so. I was also a prodigy in music according to myself. I could sing better than almost everyone else in my school. I was pretty sure that once I got to sixth grade， everyone would be surprised by me.
But actually， they werent.
When I arrived at my new class， I couldnt wait to show everyone what I could do. However， there was always someone else who could do better than I. My grades began to suffer. More talented （有天資的） girls often sang solo （独唱）. I believed I wasnt smart. I believed I wasnt talented. I believed I was a failure.
Over the next two years， I had to work very hard. Every prize for the singing competition was given to me for hard work and effort. Grades were still very low but improving little by little. I worked really hard. However， I was never the best at everything.
I havent realized until recently that I really dont have to be the best at everything. I was too hard on myself. In fact， when I did badly in a test， my classmates never laughed at me.
No one is perfect. There will probably always be someone better than me at something. Anyway， there are about seven billion people in this world. I will never be the number one at everything， and thats really okay.
53. What does ＂a prodigy＂ probably mean in English？
A. A smart kid.
B. A crazy fan.
C. A common child.
D. A lazy girl.
54. What happened to the writer during the next two years？
A. She won many prizes without any effort.
B. She found the best way to become perfect.
C. She gave up trying because of the low scores.
D. She failed to be perfect though she worked hard.
55. What has the writer realized recently？
A. There is no success without effort.
B. Being talented is the key to success.
C. Dont expect too much of yourself.
D. Its not necessary to care about the result.
56. Which would be the best title for this passage？
A. When I wasnt perfect.
B. My past life as a young girl.
C. Hard work doesnt work.
D. What to do when youre not perfect.
Look around when youre on a subway. Whats the most popular time-killing activity？ In China， many people play on their cell phones. But in other countries， many people enjoy reading. Chinese people read an average （平均） of 4.5 books during 2015， according to a recent survey. While a US citizen reads 21 a year and a Japanese reads 17， according to UNESCO （聯合国教科文组织） .
Reading books builds a bridge between our life and the unknown world. In many foreign countries， people read at any time. Even backpackers enjoy reading books when theyre on a break at the beach， or relaxing from a hike.
In most US middle schools， teachers give students a reading list every few weeks. Most books are easy reads like youth novels. Some schools then hold competitions by asking students details（细节） of a book.
Good reading habits lead you to a lifelong love of books.
In order to encourage people to read more， Chinas planning to foster （鼓励） the habit of reading in its law. Although this has both good and bad sides， it can be seen as a way to develop ones reading habits. What can we do to foster good reading habits？
●Read in short periods. Ten minutes on the way to and from school， 10 minutes waiting for friends， 15 minutes before going to sleep. That totals 45 minutes per day， about five hours per week.
●Make your own reading list. Your list can be the best-selling books on famous websites like The New York Times or Dangdang. com， or books your teacher recommends （推荐） .
●Talk about your reading with your family or friends.
57. How many books does an American citizen read a year？
A. 4.5. B. 17. C. 21. D. 10.
58. How do some schools in the US have competitions？
A. By reading more books.
B. By telling details of a book.
C. By telling exciting stories. D. By reading long time.
59. In which country are people developing reading habits by making laws？
B. The US.
60. Which of the following is NOT right？
A. Reading can open your eyes to know about the unknown world.
B. You can enjoy reading at any time.
C. You dont have to read books that your teachers recommend.
D. Youre supposed to read in short periods.
61. Junk food tastes delicious， but it isnt h______. So we should keep away from it.
62. After working for several hours， he was t and fell asleep soon.
63. To his s ， his father agreed with him to watch the football match together.
64. I like listening to the music because it makes me （放松的）.
65. The Spring Festival is a holiday for ________ （亲戚） and families together.
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There was a small boy on a farm. He had to get up before the sunrise every morning to start his work on the farm.
At sunrise he could 66 a house with golden windows far away from the farm. He thought how 67 it would be to live there！ He then promised to 68 ＂Someday I will go there and see that wonderful place.＂
69 one morning he got a chance. He took a sandwich and started walking to the house with the golden windows.
He walked 70 long time and in the afternoon he got close to the house. 71 he saw no golden windows. There was a very old house. He went to the door and 72 . A small boy of his age opened the door. He asked him 73 he knew where the house with the golden windows was. The boy said ＂Sure I know！＂ and invited him 74 in front of the door. As he sat there he looked back where he just came. He saw the sunset （日落） made the （75） ______ of his home golden.
66. ______ 67. ______
68. ______ 69. ______
70. ______ 71. ______
72. ______ 73. ______
74. ______ 75. ______
Ten years ago， when I was in high school， Mrs. While was my language teacher. One day at lunch time， I was about to eat my cold fish sandwich and she suddenly asked me if she could buy my lunch from me. She explained that I could use the money to buy a hot lunch from the cafeteria （食堂）. I was very pleased. I had never thought of going to the cafeteria to buy my lunch like other students. The food at the cafeteria was too expensive for my family.
Kids always complained about the cafeteria food but I really wanted to buy it. When we finished lunch that day， she told me that she was a Catholic and Catholics dont eat red meat on Fridays—they eat fish on Fridays. After that， every Friday Mrs. White bought my fish sandwich and with the money I could buy a hot lunch from the cafeteria.
One year later， I learned from a classmate that Mrs. White was not a Catholic and her family was not rich. She bought my cold sandwich because she saw a little girl that was excited to have a hot lunch. She wanted to help me！ I couldnt help crying. I will never forget her kind heart. I will remember my dear Mrs. White all my life.
76. Why didnt the writer go to the cafeteria to have lunch？ （Please answer within 7 words.）
77. How did the writer feel when Mrs. White wanted to buy her cold fish sandwich？ （Please answer within 4 words.）
78. What did the writer do with the money from Mrs. White？ （Please answer within 9 words.）
79. Was Mrs. White a Catholic？
80. What kind of person was Mrs. White？ （Please answer within 6 words.）
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As teenagers， we should always keep safety in mind. But how can we keep？ Here are some of my suggestions. First， ___________________