61.假设你是晨光中学的学生会主席李华。学生会将举办每年一度的英语演讲比赛，本年度的主题为“The English Novel I Like Best”。作为组织者，你将在演讲比赛开幕时发言，请你根据以下提示用英语写一篇发言稿。
3. 发言稿的开头和结尾已为你写好，不计入词数。 此处不能答题
晨曦希望小学 Chenxi Hope School
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am Li Hua from Class One, Senior Two.
海河 the Haihe River
Dear Mr Smith
I am Li Hua, chairman of the Student Union, from Chenguang High School. __
越剧：Shaoxing Opera 《梁山伯与祝英台》 Butterfly Lovers
天津大剧院Tianjin Grand Theater
I have good news to tell
竞选： run for
Good afternoon,my dear friends,
Good afternoon, my dear friends.
My name is Li Jin. I’m outgoing and get on well with my classmates and teachers. I am skilled in organizing all kinds of activities. I’d like to run for the vice president of the English club in our school. I know as the vice president, I must do the following things for the club: I will try to make it known to every student and more students involved in the activities organized by the club. Also, to improve our English and get more students interested in English, I intend to organize some activities at school like lectures and English parties and inter-school ones such as English debate competitions and speech contests. I hope all of you will vote for me.
1.----I’m going to Venice next week. .Carnival will be held then. Have fun！
A. You’re crazy B. You’re lucky C. You’d better not D.You never know
A. lend B.shake C. wave D.want
A. less B. more C. the least D.the most
4.----Mary’s been offered a job in a university,but she doesn’’s a very good chance.
A. Guess what B. So what C. Who cares D. How why
A. As B.If C. Although D. Once
A.that B.which C. who D. what
A. way B. relation C. taste D. habit
8.I had hoped to take a holiday this year but I wasn’
A. get away B. drop in C. check out D. hold on
A. could B. must C. dare D. need
A. using B. to use C. having used D. used
she mentioned her own plan.
A. that B. where C. why D. when
described in this magazine.
A. them B. these C. those D. ones
A. had repaired B. have repaired C. repaired D. are repairing
14. If he had spent more time practising speaking English able to speak it much better now.
A. will be B. would be C. has been D. would have been
I want to tell you is the deep love and respect I have for my parents.
A. That B. Which C. Whether D. What
As I held my father’s hands one night, I couldn’t help but notice their calluses(老茧）and roughness. ,including all his struggles.
One summer, I remember, a drought (旱灾）desert.On one
took twenty minutes.That morning,however,the process didn’forty minutes of
aimlessly walking in the needed twenty dozen.I was completely frustrated and “If the store wants its last twenty dozen,they can pick it themselves1”“Just think,my little girl,only ten dozen left for each of us and then we’.” time for everyone,
the hard times.
Dad is also a living example of .From dawn to dusk,he warks countless hours to his exhaustion after long days. His loving and selfless nature has inspired Dad，the have learned from you will stay with me forever.You are my father,teacher,friend and,most importantly,my hero.
16. A.teacher B.gardener C.farmer D.grocer
17. A.stormy B.lively C.disappearing D.burning
18. A.order B.form C.gap D.position
19. A.repeatedly B.normally C.finally D.really
20. A.go B.begin C.occur D.change
21. A.yet B.still C.even D.nearly
22. A.surprised B.nervous C.angry D.frightened
23. A.apologized B.cried C.complained D.laughed
24. A.lost B.done C.gone D.touched
25. A.meets with B.brings up C.works out D.thinks about
26. A.Thankfully B.Hopefully C. Unfortunately D.Strangely
27. A.or B.for C.so D.but
28. A.happened B.seemed C.continued D.aimed
29. A.face B.appreciate C.examine D.question
30. A.love B.pride C.friendship D.honesty
31. A.support B.settle C.start D.impress
32. A.after B.before C.beside D.under
33. A.in spite of B.in terms of C.in control of D.in place of
34. A.careful B.regretful C.considerate D.humorous
35. A.history B.motto C.patterns D.lessons
Guide to Stockholm University Library
Our library offers different types of studying places and provides a good studying environment. Zones
The library is divided into different zones.The upper floor is a quiet zone with over a thousand places for silent reading,and places where you can sit and work with your own computer.The reading places consist mostly of tables and chairs. The ground floor is the zone where you can talk.Here you can find sofas and armchairs for group work.
You can use your own computer to connect to the wi-fi specially prepared for notebook computers,your can also use library computers,which contain the most commonly used applications,such as Microsoft Office. They are situated in the area known as the Experimental Field on the ground floor.
If you want to discuss freely without disturbing others,you can book a study room or sit at a table on the ground floor.Some study rooms are for 2-3 people and others can hold up to 6-8 people.All rooms are marked on the library maps.
There are 40 group-study rooms that must be booked via the website.To book,you need an active University account and a valid University card.You can use a room three hours per day,nine hours at most per week.
Storage of Study Material
The library has lockers for students to store course literature,When you have obtained at least 40 credits(学分),you may rent a locker and pay 400 SEK for a year’s rental period.
Rules to be Followed
Mobile phone conversations are not permitted anywhere in the librar.Keep your phone on silent as if you were in a lecture and exit the library if you need to receive calls.
Please note that food and fruit are forbidden in the library,but you are allowed to have drinks and sweets with you.
A.read in a quiet place
B.have group discussions
C.take comfortable seats
D.get their computers fixed
37.Library computers on the ground floor
A.help students with their field experiments
B.contain software essential for schoolwork
C.are for those who wan to access the wi-fi
D.are mostly used for filling out application forms
38.What condition should be met to book a group-study room?
A group must consist of 8 people
B.Three-hour use per day is the minimum
C.One should first register at the university
D.Applicants must mark the room on the map
39.A student can rent a locker in the library if he
A.can afford the rental fee
B.attends certain coursed
C.has nowhere to put his books
D.has earned the required credits
40.What should NOT be brought into the library?
Last night’s meteor(流星) shower left many people in the community dissatisfied and demanding answers.According to Gabe Rothsclild, Emerald Valley’s mayor,people gathered in the suburbs of the city, carrying heavy telescopes,expecting to watch the brightly burning meteors passing through the sky.What they found instead was a sky so brightened by the city’s lights that it darkened the light of the meteors passing overhead.
“My family was so frustrated,” admitted town resident Duane Cosby, “We wanted to make this an unforgettable family outing,but it turned out to be a huge disappointments.”
Astronomers---scientists who study stars and planets----have been complaining about this problem for decades.They say that light pollution prevents them from seeing objects in the sky that they could see quite easily in the past.They call on people and the government to take measures to fight against it. There is yet a population besides professional and amateur star observers that suffers even more from light pollution. This population consists of birds,bats frogs,snakes,etc. For example,outdoor lighting severely affects migrating(迁徙的)birds.According to the International Dark-Sky Association. “100 million birds a year throughout North America die in crashes with lighted buildings and towers.” Countless more animals casualties(伤亡）result from the use of artificial lighting.Clearly,people enjoy the benefits of lighting their evenings,but some scientists think it can be harmful for humans,too. They worry that exposure to light while sleeping can increase person’s chances of getting cancer.
Emerald Valley is only one community that is becoming aware of the negative effects of hight pollution.For years,Flagstaff,Arizona,has enforced lighting regulations in its city in order to assist astronomers at the Lowell Observatory.Similar efforts have been made worldwide,and a movement is underway to remind us to turn off lights when we are not using them,so that other creatures can share the night.
A.the city’s lights affected the meteor watching
B.the meteors flew past before being noticed
C.the city light show attracted many people
D.the meteor watching ended up a social outing
42.What do the astronomers complain about?
A.Meteor showers occur less often than before
B.Their observation equipment is in poor repair
C.Light pollution has remained unsolved for years
D.Their eyesight is failing due to artificial lighting
43.What the author concerned about according to Paragraph 4?
A.Birds may take other migration paths
B.Animal’living habits may change suddenly
C.Varieties of animals will become sharply reduced
D.Animals’survival is threatened by outdoor lighting
44.Lighting regulations in Flagstaff,Arizona are put into effect to
A.Lessen the chance of getting cancer
B.create an ideal observation condition
C.ensure citizens a good sleep at night
D.enable all creatures to live in harmony
45.What message does the author most want to give us?
A.Saving wildlife is saving ourselves
B.Great efforts should be made to save energy
C.Human activities should be environmentally friendly
D.New equipment should be introduced for space study
Poet William Stafford once said that we are defined more by the detours(绕行路)in life that by the narrow road toward goals.I like this image.But I as quite by accident that I discovered the deep meaning of his words.
For years we made the long drive from our home in Seattle to my parents’ home in Boise in nine hours.We traveled the way most people do:the fastest,shortest easiest road,especially when ai was alone with four noisy,restless kids who hates confinement(限制)and have strong opinions about everything.
Road trips felt risky,so I would drive fast,stopping only when I had to.We would stick to the freeways and arrive tired.
But then Banner,our lamb was born.He was rejected by his mama days before our planned trip to Boise.I had two choices:leave Banner with my husband,or take him with me.My husband made the decision for me.
That is how I found my self on the road with four kids,a baby lamb and nothing but my everlasting optimism to see me through.We took the country roads out of necessity.We had to stop every hour,let Banner shke out his legs and feed him.The kids chased him and one another.They’d get back in the car breathless and energized,smelling fresh from the cold air.
We explored side roads,catching grasshoppers in waist-high grass.Even if we simply looked out of the car windows at baby pigs following their mother,or fish leaping out of the water,it was better than the best ride down the freeway. Here was life.And new horizons(见识).
We eventually arrived at my parents’doorstep astonishingly fresh and full of stories
I grew brave with the trip back home and creative with my disciplining technique.On an empty section of road,everyone started quarreling.I stopped the car,ordered all kids out and told them to meet me up ahead.I parked my car half a mile away and read my book in sweet silence.
Some road trips are by necessity fast and straight.But that trip with Banner opened our eyes to a world available to anyon adventurous enough to wander around and made me realize that a detour may uncover the best part of a journey----and the best part of yourself.
46.Why did the author use to take freeways to her parents’home?
A.It was less time
B.It would be faster and safer
C.Her kids would feel less confined
D.She felt better with other drivers nearby
47.The author stopped regularly on the country roads to
A.relax in the fresh air
B.take a dep breath
C.take care of the lamb
D.let the kids play with Banner
48.What does the author discover from the trip according to Paragraph 6?
A.Freeways are where beauty hides.
B.Getting close to nature adds to the joy of life
C.Enjoying the beauty of nature benefits one’s health
D.One should follow side roads to watch wild animals
49.Why did the author ask the kids to get out of the car on their way back home?
A.To give herself some time to read
B.To order some food for them
C.To play a game with them.
D.To let them cool down
50.What could be the best title for the passage?
A.Charm of the Detour
B.The Road to Bravery
C.Creativity out of Necessity
D.Road trip and Country Life
When asked about happiness,we usually think of something extraordinary, an absolute delight,which seems to get rarer the older we get.
For kids,happiness has a magical quality.Their delight at winning a race or getting a new bike is unreserved(毫不掩饰的).
In the teenage years the concept of happiness changes.Suddenly it’s conditional on such things as excitement,love and popularity.I can still recall the excitement of being invited to dance with the most attractive boy at the school party.
In adulthood the things that bring deep joy----love,marriage,birth----also bring responsibility and the risk of loss.For adults,happiness is complicated(复杂的)
My definition fo happiness is “the capacity for enjoyment”.The more we can enjoy what we have,the happier we are.It’s easy to overlook the pleasure we get from the company of friends,the freedom to live where we please,and even goo health.
I experienced my little moments of pleasure yesterday.First I was overjoyed when I shut the last lunch-box and had the house to myself.Then I spent an uninterrupted morning writing,which I love.When the kids and my husband came home,I enjoyed their noise after the quiet of the day.
Psychologists tell us that to be happy we need a mix of enjoyable leisure time and satisfying work.I don’t think that my grandmother,who raised 14 children,had much of either.She did have a network of close friends and family,and maybe this is what satisfied her.
We,however,with so many choices and such pressure to succeed in every area,have turned happiness into one more thing we’ve got to have.We’ve so self-conscious about our “right” to it that it’s making us miserable.So we chase it and equal it with wealth and success,without noticing that the people who have those things aren’t necessarily happier
Happiness isn’t about what happens to us----it’s about how we see what happens to us.It’s the skillful way of finding a positive for every negative.It’s not wishing for what we don’t have,but enjoying what we do possess.
51.As people grow older,they
A.feel it harder to experience happiness
B.associate their happiness less with others
C.will take fewer risks in pursuing happiness
D.tend to believe responsibility means happiness
52.What can we learn about the author from Paragraph 5 and 6?
A.She cares little about her own health
B.She enjoys the freedom of traveling
C.She is easily pleased by things in daily life
D.She prefers getting pleasure from housework
53.What can b informed from Paragraph 7?
A.Psychologists think satisfying work is key to happiness
B.Psychologists’opinion is well proved by Grandma’case
C.Grandma often found time for social gatherings
D.Grandma’s happiness came from modest expectations of life
54.People who equal happiness with wealth and success
A.consider pressure something blocking their way
B.stress then right to happiness too much
C.are at a loss to make correct choices
D.are more likely to be happy
55.What can be concluded from the passage?
A.Happiness lies between the positive and the negative
B.Each man is the master of his own fate
C.Success leads to happiness
D.Happy is he who is content
My name is Clara.I still remember that chilly December day,sitting in science class.I’d finished a worksheet early and picked up a TIME for Kids magazine. A piece of news caught my eye:NASA was holding an essay contest to name its Mars rover(火星探测器).Before I even knew anything else about it,a single word flooded my 11-year-old mind,Curiosity.
I couldn’t want for the bell to ring so I could get started on my essay.That afternoon,I raced home,sat down at the computer,and typed until my fingers ached. “Curiosity is an everlasting flame that burns in everyone’s mind...”
Five months later, my mon received a phone call,and immediately, a wide smile spread across her face.
On August 5,2012,at 10:31 p.m,the rover named Curiosity touched down safely on the surface of Mars,and I was honored to have a front-row seat in NASA.
Curiosity is such an important part of who I am.I have always been fascinated by the stars,the planets,the sky and the universe. I remember as a little girl,my grandmother and I would sit together in the backyard for hours.She’d tell me stories and point out the stars,Grandma lived in China,thousands of miles away from my home in Kansas,but the stars kept us together even when we were apart.They were always there, yet there was so much I didn’t know about them.That’s what I love so much about space.
People often ask me why we go to faraway places like Mares.My answer is simple because we’re find out what’s over the hill and beyond the horizon.
56.How did Clara get the new about the essay contest?( no more than 10 words)
57.Why did Clara have a front-row seat in NASA?( no more than 10 words)
58.What does Clara remember about the time spent with Grandma?( no more than 15 words)
59.What does the underlined phrase “hole up”mean?(1 word)
60.In your opinion,why is curiosity important?( no more than 20 words)
? 组织校内的活动的设想（如举办讲座、英语晚会等） ? 组织校际交流活动的设想（如举办辩论赛、演讲比赛等） ? 表达竞选的愿望。 注意：
3. 可适当的加入细节，以使内容充实，行文连贯； 4. 开头、结尾已给出，不计入总词数。 参考词汇：
副主席：vice president 竞选： run for
Good afternoon,my dear friends,
（2）单选 1-15 BABDC BCAAD ACDBD （3）完形 16-35 CDABA BCDBA CDCBA ABACD （4）阅读 36-55 ABCDD ACDBC BCBDA ACDBD （5）阅读表达
11.By reading a Time for Kids magazine Or: From a Time for kids magazine
57.She won the essay contest held by NASA.
Or:She named the Mars rover”Curiosity”
Or: “Curiosity” was chosen as the name of the Mars rover
58.She sat together with Grandma listening to her stories about the stars
Or:Her grandma told her stories about the stars Or:They sat together talking about the stars.
60.Curiosity is important because it leads to discovery or invention.
Or:With curiosity,we keep asking questions and exploring the world unknown
Or:Curiosity drives us through our lives so that we never stop wondering about the things beyond our