B. it took the first exploring team 80 days to come back to Portugal C. a captain named Sebastian del Cano traveled around the world
D. the first exploring team had to pass through five countries during the journey 83. Which of these people did NOT go on a round-the-world journey? A. Lowell H. Smith. B. Jules Verne. C. Dick Smith. D. Steve Fossett. 84. From the passage we know that ________.
A. an exploring team had been to the edge of the world about 2000 years ago B. today people can travel around the world in two days by plane if they want to C. during the first airplane flight around the world only one American succeeded D. since 1872 ten Americans have traveled around the world according to the passage 85. Which of the following is true according to the story?
A. Both Jules Verne and Nellie Bly wrote about traveling around the world. B. About one hundred years ago, a Frenchman traveled around the world in 80 days. C. It took Dave Kunst more than 5 years to travel around the world on foot. D. In 2002 an Australian flew all the way around the world by ballooning.
A. 阅读短文，从方框中选择适当的单词填空 (每词限用一次)。
and its museum fun with Are you planning a family trip? Do you want to go somewhere special? Then welcome to
Teddy Bear Museum. It’s a (86)_______ place for both the young and old. There are lots
of teddy bears in the (87)_______. They are in different clothes made by hand. They are doing different things like singing (88)_______ dancing. All look nice and cute. Some are as tall as 2 meters. Others are as small as a strawberry. Some can even talk and play
games(89)________ people. The brown bears are the most popular because people say (90)________ color is like that of chocolate. The staff here all dress up as teddy bears. I’m sure you’ll spend a great day here.
fight happen kill rise study Many earthquakes begin under the sea. Earthquakes may happen anywhere on the earth. They often happen near the mountains. During the last earthquake, the shakings made rocks (91)______ suddenly and even crack open. Houses fell, people (92)______ or hurt, and the whole villages and cities were destroyed. Can we do something to keep ourselves safe from earthquakes? Scientists (93)______ earthquakes and made maps that show the \belts(带)\In these areas we should build strong houses (94)______ against earthquakes. In the future, scientists will be able to tell when and where an earthquake (95)______. They can also tell people what to do and how to do it. VIII. 改写句子 按括号中的要求完成句子，每个空格填一个单词。（5分） 96. The little baby gets dressed at seven. (改为否定句) The little baby _________ ________ dressed at seven.
97. Sydney is thousands of kilometers away from Jinan. (就划线部分提问) ___________ __________ is Sydney away from Jinan?
98. “Do you ride your bike to school?” My cousin asked me. (改写句子，句意不变) My cousin asked me __________ I __________ my bike to school.
99. It was uncomfortable for me to get on with these people. (改写句子，句意不变)
I __________ _________ a fish out of water among these people.
100. The students solve lots of problems to help themselves grow up.(改写句子, 句意不变) Lots of problems __________ ___________ by the students to help themselves grow up. IX. 完成句子 根据汉语意思完成英语句子，每个空格填一个单词。（5分） 101. 我必须思考如何回答这个问题。
I must __________ ________ how to answer this question. 102. 由于疾病和低出生率，熊猫处于极大的危险之中。
Pandas ________ ________great danger because of illness and low birth-rate. 103. 许多年轻人到那儿购物，或只是闲逛。
Many young people go there to shop or just ________ _________.
Although the American government has decided to prevent their local companies from selling
chips to ZTE, it confirms our determination to _________ and develop __________ ones. 105. 建设济南新旧动能转换先行区，中央商务区和国际医学科学中心是重点。
To build Jinan Prior Zone For Replacing Old Growth Drivers With New Ones, the ________ Business District and the ___________ Center For Medical Sciences are the key points. X. 阅读理解七选五 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。(5分)
“How are you?” is a nice question. It’s a friendly greeting that people in the United States use. 106._________ It’s a question that often doesn’t need an answer. The person who asks, “How are you?” expects to hear the answer “Fine,” even if the person isn’t fine. The reason
is that “How are you?” isn’t really a question and “Fine” isn’t really an answer. They are common ways of saying “hello” or “hi”.
107._________ For example, when someone asks “Do you agree?”, the other person may be thinking, “No, I don’t. I think you’re wrong.” It isn’t polite to disagree very strongly, so he might say, “I am not so sure.” 108.__________
People also don’t say exactly what they are thinking when they finish talking to other people. For example, many conversations over the phone end when one person says, “I’ve got to go now,” or the person who wants to hang up gives an excuse such as “Someone is at the door,” or, “Something is burning on the stove.” 109._________ The person who wants to hang up simply doesn’t want to talk any more, but it isn’t polite to say so. An excuse is polite, and it doesn’t hurt the other person’s feelings.
Whether they are greeting each other, talking about an opinion, or ending a conversation, people often don’t say exactly what they are thinking. 110.__________.
A. This is a nicer way to say that you don’t agree with someone. B. You’d better not to tell the truth to your family. C. However, “How are you?” is also an unusual question. D. The excuse may be real, or not.
E. Sometimes, people don’t say exactly what they mean. F. If you disagree with others, they will hate you.
G. This is one way of being nice to people, and it’s a part of the game of language. 106. _________ 107. _________ 108. _________ 109. _________ 110. _________ XI. 书面表达（15分）
2. 你遇到的某个（些）困难，以及你是如何坚持梦想，克服困难的？ 3. 陈述你的观点。 要求：
1. 所写内容应包括所提供的信息，可适当发挥。 2. 不得出现真实的人名、校名、地名等相关信息。