一、阅读表达 All around the world, people drink tea. But tea does not mean the same to everyone. In different countries, people have very different ideas about drinking tea. In China, for example, people always drink tea when they are getting together. 1The Chinese drink it at any time of the day at homes or in the teahouses. They prefer plain tea, with nothing else in it. Tea is also important in Japan. The Japanese have a special way of serving tea called tea ceremony（茶道）. It is very old and full of meaning. Everything must be done in a special way in the ceremony. There is even a special room for it in Japanese homes. Another tea-drinking country is England. In England, the late afternoon is “tea time”. Most people have cups of tea then. The English usually make tea in a teapot and drink it with milk or sugar. They also eat cakes, cookies and a few sandwiches at tea time. This is the so-called “Afternoon Tea” in Britain. In the United States, people drink tea mostly for breakfast or after meals. Americans usually use tea bags to make their tea. Tea bags are faster and easier than making tea in teapots. In summer, many Americans drink cold tea— 3 “iced tea”. Sometimes they drink canned iced tea, just as soda. 1.请把划线部分的句子翻译成汉语. _______________________ 2.When is the “tea time” in England?____________________ _____________ 3. What’s the Chinese meaning of the underlined phrase? _______________ 4. How many countries are mentioned in the text to drink tea? _________________________________ 5. 请为本文拟一个合适的标题. ___________________________________ 二、短文还原 Americans spend their weekends in different ways．But usually they choose the same aim(目的)—to rest, to enjoy beautiful places and to enjoy the time with their family and friends． Some Americans hold parties on Saturday night.（1）______ ．Then they won’t get up until 9,10 or even 11 o’clock next morning．As soon as they get up they will go to the nearest comer shop to buy the daily newspaper(日 报)．（2）______．It will help them to decide what to do on Sunday afternoon．Before going out on Sunday, they will have a meal, which is called “brunch”- “br’’ from “breakfast” and “unch” from “lunch”． （3） ______． After brunch some Americans may have a picnic with their family or friends． They will take many things with them, such as fresh vegetables, sea food, drinks, table cloth(桌布) and so on．Usually they drive to a beautiful park, a lake or the seaside． （4）______ ．It is the biggest meal of the week and all family members try to present(出席)． Weekends are to be welcome everywhere.（5）______ A．Most people look forward to coming weekends ．
B．They will dance, sing and drink together till midnight C．Sunday dinner is the most important meal of the week D．They will make it at home or go to a restaurant nearby E．They can get news about films, plays, shows and sports in the paper F．Supper is so important for many people. G. They can sell a lot of things there every day 三．综合填空 Helen Keller was a very bright, beautiful girl. When she was six months old, she could (1) a_____ say a few words. But before she was two years old, she was (2) b_____ ill. She could not see or (3) h_____, and soon she could not even talk. Since then Helen had to fight for what she wanted. When she was six, her parents (4) i_____ a teacher for her. With the help of the teacher, she began to ‘see’ and ‘hear’ the world around her (5) t_____ her hands. She learned to read books for the blind. The teacher took Helen long walks, and told her (6) a_____ all the beautiful sights. Helen touched flowers, (7) c_____ the trees and smelled a rainstorm when it came. She also learned how to swim and how to ride a horse. After she grew up, she became a famous (8) w_____ in America. Her first and (9) m_____ famous book is The Story of My Life. Her story has brought new (10) h_____ to many blind and deaf people. It has given light to those in darkness and encouraged them to live and work. 四．阅读理解 A. Many kids go to day camp during the summer. They can have a lot of fun, but the schedule is almost the same. You start camp in the morning and go home in the afternoon. Sometimes, a bus takes you there or you might get a ride there. It might take you some time to like the place, the camp teacher, and the kids. But you go home every night, just like what you do during the school year. Sleepaway camp makes you feel more excited because you’ll be there all day. It’s a kind of holiday, but without your parents. You’ll sleep in a dormitory (集体寝室) with other kids of the camp. You’ll eat together in a large dining hall and you’ll share the bathroom with other kids. Some sleepaway camps are coed. That means there are both boys and girls at the camp. Some camps are just for girls or just for boys, but often these all-girl and all-boy camps meet up for dances and parties. 1. The underlined word “schedule” means “ A. 营规 2. The writer thinks B. 日程表 . ” in Chinese. C. 构思 D. A. no kid likes going to day camp B. sleepaway camp is more exciting C. day camp is a safer way to camp
D. going to sleepaway camp is hard 3. At the sleepaway camp, kids will A. share the bathroom with other kids. B. make meals C. go home in the afternoon D. do like what they do at school 4. Which of the following is TRUE? A. Sleepaway camp is the same as any other kind of camp. B. Girls can’t go to sleepaway camp. C. Kids go to sleepaway camp without their parents. D. Most sleepaway camps are for boys. 5. This passage is . . A. to tell us what we can do at the camp B. to ask us to go to summer camp C. about different kinds of camps D. about differences between sleepaway camp and day camp B. Most Americans don’t like to get advice from their family. When they need advice, they don’t usually ask people they know. They often write letters to newspapers and magazines. And these newspapers and magazines can give advice on many different subjects such as family problems, language learning and how to buy a house and so on. Most newspapers publish (刊登) letters from readers with problems. And they would also publish the answers to the letters. There are many writers giving advice to newspapers. Some of these writers are doctors, and some are teachers or lawyers (律师). One of the best writers is a woman. Although she doesn’t have special learning for this kind of work, experience helps her a lot to give advice. She is named Angel. She started writing advice for newspapers at the age of ten. Her advice to young readers now is in a column (栏目) called DEAR ANGEL in the Philadelphia Bulletin. 6. What do most Americans like to do when they have problems? A. They like to ask their friends.
B. They like to write to newspapers and magazines. C. They like to ask their parents. D. They like to write to the people they know. 7. Which of the following is not mentioned (提到) to give advice to newspapers? A. Teachers. B. Doctors. C. Captains. D. Lawyers. 8. What helps Angel a lot to give advice? A. Family. B. Age. . C. her parents D. her students C. Money. D. Experience. 9. Angel often gives advice to A. old readers B. young readers . 10. The passage mainly tells us A. how Americans get advice B. how to get advice from teachers C. Americans have too many family problems D. how to write advice to reader 五．书面表达 一份报告显示，现在有相当一部分中学生很少甚至从来不吃早餐（情况见表一），这一现象 表明许多中学生在生活中不注意保持身体健康。
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2. 词数：100 词左右（文章开头已给出，不计入总词数） 3. 参考词汇：appetite n. 食欲；harm v. 伤害 According to a survey, quite a few middle school students seldom or even never have breakfast before they go to school ________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________