1. A. Sorry,I don’t know. B.Yes, of course. C.Yes,I need help.
2. A. It’s 726815. B.It’s not mine. C.It’s black.
3. A. Well done! B.I hope so. C.Good idea!
4. A. No, I’m not. B.Sorry,I didn’t. C.Yes, I’d love to.
5. A. That’ll be great! B.You’re welcome. C.It doesn’t matter.
6. What does the woman want to buy?
A.A T-shirt. B.Two T-shirts. C.Two shirts.
7. What is Linda doing?
A. She is counting. B. She is washing. C. She is cooking.
8. Where was Lingling born?
A. In a small town. B. In a small village. C. In Shandong Province.
9. What is the man going to do at the weekend?
A. Stay at home. B. Stay with h
is parents. C. Go shopping.
10. How does the man speaker go to school?
A. By bike. B.On foot. C.By bus.
11. What’s the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Father and daughter. B. Friends. C. Mother and son.
12. Why is Nancy moving to Qingdao?
A. She misses her friends there.
B. Her father has got a job there.
C. She is going to university there.
13. What will Nancy do when she gets to Qingdao?
A. Telephone the man.
B. Write to her old teachers.
C. Keep in touch with her aunts.
听下面一段对话,回答第 14至 16题。
14. Where does the man want to go?
A. To Wangfujing Dajie. B. To Dong Chang’an Jie. C. To Xi Chang’an Jie.
15. What does the man want to buy?
A. A picture book. B. A story book. C. A guidebook.
16. What does the man want to visit?
A. The bank. B. The National Stadium. C. The police station.
听下面一段对话,回答第 17至 20题。
17. Where is Taylor?
A. On the Great Wall. B. In a zoo. C. At a supermarket
18. How many people does Taylor mention to his mum?
A. One. B.Two. C. Three.
19. What does Taylor’s mum want Taylor to do?
A. Go back to school. B. Buy some ice cream. C. Take some photos
20. How does Taylor feel about the trip?
A. Bored. B. Pleased. C. Surprised.
21. Where does the monologue (独白 ) probably take place?[来源:chusan.Com]
A. In a classroom.
B. In a post office.
C. In a lost and found office.
22. Whose keys are lost?
A. Jack’s. B. Alice’s. C. Cindy’s.
23. Who is Jack?
A. He is a teacher. B. He is a worker. C. He is the monitor.
24. When will the class have a party?
A. On Monday. B. On Tues
day. C. On Wednesday.
25. How many kinds of things are the students asked to do?
A. Three. B. Five. C．Six.
Just 28 years ago, Berlin was a city divided into two by the Berlin Wall. How excited people were as the Berlin Wall came down. Since then, Berlin has become one of the coolest cities in Europe. Here are the main reasons why I think Berlin is cool.
First, Berlin has cheap hotels and everyday objects (物品). You needn’t worry about spending too much money when visiting Berlin.
Second, Berlin knows how to give parties, and there is a festival here every month of the year. Perhaps the most famous is the Berlin International Film Festival (the BIFF).
Third, Berlin has beautiful buildings of its own. The Brandenburg Gate is one of the city’s most famous buildings. It’s the symbol (象征) of more than 200 years of history. The TV Tower is as good as the Eiffel Tower in Paris and the London Eye.
Lastly, Berlin is a city of living art. Artists can create works of art on the sides of buildings.
If you want to visit a European city with culture, cheap objects and lots of colours, Berlin is the place to be. What are you waiting for? Get to Europe’s coolest city before anyone else discovers it
26. The Berlin Wall came down in_______.
A. 1 969. B. 1979. C. 1989 D. 1999.
27. The writer does NOT tell us that______ in Berlin.
A. everyday objects are cheap B. how often a festival is held
C. people know how to give parties D. in which month the BIFF is held
28. According to the 4th paragraph(段落 ), _____great buildings of Berlin are mentioned.
A. two B. three C. four D. five
29. The writer suggests that we_____________.
A. create works of art[来源:Z.xx.k.Com]
B. choose Berlin as the city to visit
C. build some towers like the Eiffel Tower
D. discover a cooler city than Berlin to visit
30. Which is the best title (题目) for the passage?
A. Berlin’s festivals B. Berlin - a really cool city
C. Berlin’s beautiful buildings D. Berlin - a city of living art
Every year on my birthday since I was 11, a white gardenia (栀子花) was sent to my house. No card ever came with it. Calls to the flower shop were not helpful at all. After some time I stopped trying to find out the sender’s name and was just pleased with the beautiful flower, in soft pink paper.
I couldn’t stop imagining who the giver might be. Some of my happiest moments were spent daydreaming(幻想 )about the sender. My mother encouraged these daydreams. She’d ask me if I had been especially kind to someone. Perhaps it was one of my classmates Perhaps it was the old man who I once helped. As a girl, I had more fun imagining that it might be a boy that I had met.
A month before my high school graduation(毕业), my father died. I was so sad that I became completely uninterested in my coming graduation dance, and I didn’t care whether I had a new dress or not. My mother, in her own sadness, would not let me miss (过) any of those things. She wanted her children to feel loved. In fact, my mother wanted her children to see themselves much like the gardenia: lovely, strong and perfect.
My mother died ten years after I was married. That was the year the gardenia stopped coming.
31. The writer received on her birthday since she was 11.
A. a white gardenia B. a card
C. a card and soft pink paper D. a gardenia and a card
32. The writer was very______ when she was imagining who sent the flower.
A. happy B. sad C. worried D. nervous
33. It can be inferred (椎断) from the passage that_______.
A. the writer didn’t get a new dress for the dance
B. the writer probably joined in the graduation dance
C. the writer’s father died ten years earlier than her mother
D. the writer’s father received a gardenia on each of his birthdays
34. The writer got the gardenias from______ on her birthdays.
A. her classmate B. the old man C. the boy D. her mother
35. The passage mainly talks about________.
A. what a gardenia meant B. what a girl dreamed about
C. how a mother loved her children D. how a daughter missed her father
Lots of students know what a marathon (马拉松赛跑) is, but perhaps they don’t know what a triathlon is. The triathlon is a sport that has three parts - swimming, bicycling and running. It is not an easy sport, but a man named Joe Salter is very good at it. A few months ago, he finished a special triathlon — he juggled (抛起接住) three balls all the time during the triathlon. That is to say, he kept on throwing and catching three balls while he was swimming, riding a bicycle and running.
31-year-old Joe is from Florida, the USA. He loves juggling and he started at the age of 8. Joe did well in juggling. Later, he got the idea to do a triathlon and juggle at the same time to make it more fun. Many juggling fans laughed at his idea and thought it was just a joke. But Joe didn’t give up and he kept practising it. Because of his hard work, he made it at last.
Talking about his triathlon, Joe
said swimming was the hardest part. “lt was difficult and complex(复杂的)," he said. “I basically only used my legs, so it took quite a lot of work. Also, swimming in open water made it a little harder. It was not like in a pool.”
36. According to the writer, the common triathlon_________.
A. is a difficult sport B. is more famous than the marathon
C. includes the three parts and juggling D. includes the marathon and swimming
37. Joe’s triathlon was special because_______ during the triathlon.
A. he picked up three balls B. he played juggling
C. he carried his bicycle on his shoulder D. he threw away all his balls
38. Many juggling fans thought Joe’s idea_____
A. could not be realized B. should not be laughed at
C. should be realized as soon as possible D. could make triathlon more exciting
39. The underlined (画线的 ) part “made it" in the 2nd paragraph probably means________.
A. forgot B. failed C. succeeded D. left
40. Swimming was the hardest part for Joe mainly because_______.
A. he swam in open water B. his swimming skills were bad
C. he was very tired when swimming D. he almost could only swim with his legs
A man got a new car and he was very proud of it. One day, when he came back home, he saw his three-year-old son happily hitting the new car with a toy 41 . He broke off the paint on the car. The man was so 42 that he ran to his son, took away his hammer(锤子) from him, and us
ed the hammer to hit the boy’s 43 as hard as he could for punishment. The poor boy cried 44 but his father didn’t care at all.
When the father calmed down, he took his son to the 45 as soon as he could Although the doctor tried to save the broken bones, he had to 46 the fingers from both of the boy’s hands in the end.
When the boy 47 in the hospital and saw his hands, he innocently (天真地) said, “Daddy, I’m sorry about your car.” Then he asked, “B
ut when are my fingers going to grow back?" The father felt very sad and regretted this very much.
Think about this story when someone steps (踩) 48 your feet and you want to argue (争吵) with him. Think first before you 49 your patience with someone. Cars can be broken bones and hurt feelings often can’t. So always remember: excusing is greater than argument and think before you act !
41. A. gun B. hammer C. plane D. car
42. A. satisfied B. afraid C. patient D. angry
43. A. hands B. feet C. back D. head
44. A. silently B. softly C. proudly D. loudly
45. A. school B. shop C. hospital D. restaurant
46. A. cut B. connect C. clean D. fix
47. A. went up B. caught up C. woke up D. hurried up
48. A. in B. on C. by D. at
49. A. lose B. share C. protect D. show
50. A. and B. so C. or D. but
2017年聊城市中考英语试题非选择题 （五大题，共计5 5分）
A: Hi, Lingling. This is Tony speaking. Are you getting ready for Spring Festi
B: 51 . We’re quite busy now.
A: 52 ?
B: I’m making big red lanterns. 53 ?
A: Yes, I like them very much. They are very beautiful. Is your father helping you?
B: 54 . He’s still at work.
A: What’s your mother doing?
B: She is cleaning the house and putting things away.
A: Oh, I know you’re busy preparing for the festival. Well, wish you a happy Spring Festibval.
B: 55 .
Dream House in California is not a house for only one or two children. It’s a house for many 56 (kid). It’s a family. It’s the future.
Imagine 57 (live) in a hospital for many years because of illness. Imagine that one
stays in a cold street 58 (连词) there is no other place to stay. These children need 59 （代词）need Dream House.
Many years ago, a little girl named Collin Rose 60 (decide) that when she grew up, she would offer a warm home 61 (介词) those sick and homeless children. When she grew up, she became 62 (冠词) nurse and made her dream come true. In November 2003, Collin Rose set up Dream House
Collin Rose’s efforts h
ave 63 (encourage) many people to help sick and homeless children.
“Every child should have a happy childhood. We may help make these children’s lives 64 (good) than before. Your small help may 65 (great) change their lives. No help is too small.” Collin Rose said.
66. That means we have a better ______（机会）of winning.
67. I can______ (几乎不) believe we’re in the city centre.
68. Goldilocks ______ (注意到) a little house, so she hurried towards it.
69. Alice_____(跟随) the white rabbit and fell down a hole in the ground.
70. Some paper books were huge ones with thousands of ______(页).
71. The Danube goes______/θru:/ Vienna.
72. That is almost one______/fifθ/ of the world’s population
73. The tiger is a very______/lɑːdʒ/ animal and usually lives alone
74. We______lprə’vaid] books, and we set tests every week to check your progress
75. He goes on the Internet to check the times of trains and buy_____/’tikits/.
It’s difficult when you have no good friends around - maybe because you have moved to a different school or a different class or you re sick at home.没有朋友你也许会感到寂寞。You want to have new friends. But how to make them? How do you start? How do you get along with people? Here are five ways to help you to do these.
Greet people and hope that they have a good day - whatever time of day it is. It doesn’t hurt any people. It also makes people think you’re friendly.
something to eat in your pocket. Ask if people would like to have some, and at the
same time hand it to them.
Simple actions, like helping people carry something or opening a door show your kindness.
Perhaps smiling is the easiest way to introduce yourself. There’s a great reason why it takes fewer muscles(肌肉)to smile than to cry. Nature just wishes us to smile more。
The world’s full of differences. So learn to respect others. It is the only way other people will respect you.
What does the writer advise us to take in our pockets?
What does the underlined word “lt” in the last sentence refer to(指的是) ?
Dear Wang Wei,
I received your email yesterday. In the email, you asked me how to improve your English. Now I’d like to give you some advice._________________________________________________
These are my suggestions. I hope they are useful to you.
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26~30 CDABB 31~35 AABDC 36~40 ABACD
41~45 BDADC 46~50 ACBAD
51. Yes, we are.／Yes.／Yes,I am.
52. What are you doing (at the moment／now)?
53. Do you like lanternslthem?
54. No，he isn’t.／No.
55. Thank you.
56. kids 57. living 58. becauseland 59. They
61. t0 62.a 63. encouraged 64. better
66. chance 67. hardly 68. noticed 69. followed 70. pages
71. through 72. fifth 73. large 74. provide 75. tickets
76. You may feel lonely without friends.
78. Something to eat.
80. Learning to respect others. lRespecting others. lTo respect others.
One possible version:
Dear Wang Wei，
English. Now I’d like to give you some advice
1. Watching English films and listening to English songs are great ways to learn
English! Watch and listen several times, and guess the meaning of the new words.
2. Having a conversation with a foreign t
eacher is also a good way. You’d better start it
with greetings or a question. Also, smile before you speak and do not feel shy.
3. Write four or five words a day on pieces of paper and place them in your room. Read
the words when you see them, and try to use them.
These are my suggestions. I hope they are useful to you.
No. 1 Can you help me, please?
No. 2 What’s your telephone number?
No. 3 I think you’ll get stronger soon.
No. 4 Would you like to join us?
No. 5 The students will have a lot of free time!
No. 6 M: What can I do for you?
W: I’d like to buy a T-shirt for my mum.
No. 7 W: What is Linda doing?
M: She is cooking in the kitchen.
No. 8 M: Hey, Lingling. Where were you born?
W: I was born in a small village in Shanxi Province.
No. 9 W: What are your plans for the weekend?
M: Nothing. I’m going to stay at home alone
No. 10 W: How does Daming go to school?
M: He goes by bus, the same as me.
M: Nancy, I hear you’re moving to Qingdao.
W: Yes, my father has got a job there.
M: Oh, that’s great! But I’ll miss you.
W: Me too. Let’s keep in touch.
M: OK. Don’t forget to call me when you get there.
W: I won’t. See you later
M: Excuse me! Can you tell me the way to Wangfujing Dajie?
W: Certainly. Go across Dong Chang’an Jie, go along the street and turn left at the third street on the left. It’s near here, so you can walk there.
M: Great. And I’d like to buy a guidebook about Beijing. Is there a bookshop near here?
W: Yes, there is a big bookshop over there, just along Xi Chang’an Jie, on the right,
opposite the bank.
M: Right. OK! I also want to visit the National Stadium. How can I get there?
W: Sorry, I’m not sure. Why not ask the policeman over there?
M: OK. Thank you.
M: Hi, Mum!
W: Hello, Taylor! Where are you?
M: I’m standing on the Great Wall of China and talking to you
W: Really? That’s great.
M: We are on a school trip.
W: What about the others? Are they with you?
M: Well, right now Wang Ning is eating a delicious ice cream. Tony is buying a few
presents and postcards.
W: I’d like postcards too, but please take some photos of the Great Wall and send them to
me by email.
M: OK. We’re enjoying the school trip a lot. Anyway, it’s time to go back to school now.
W: Bye, Taylor.
Hello, everyone ! It’s Monday again ! I have something to tell you. First, some students in our class can’t find their things. Cindy can’t find her keys. Alice can’t find her white sweater, and our monitor Jack’s football is lost! If you find any of these things, please let me know! Then, good news for you ! We’re going to have a party to welcome some American students tomorrow. So I need some students to help out. Can you play the guitar? Can you dance? Can you sing English songs? We need some students to play the guitar and sing English songs at the party. Of course, we need some students to dance with the American