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九年级英语上学期分班考试试题 外研版


2016 年九年级分班考试英语试题
一.单项选择 1.My father was dinner. reading a newspaper B. when ___ my mother was cooking D.but

A.because

C. while

2. —How do you usually go to work ? —On foot .Walking is much A.soon B.faster C.quick ___ than driving during the heavy traffic time . D.slower

3.----Children don’t realize the danger of traffic. Sometimes they may play on the road. ----So you should drives_____ B.carefully . C.quickly D.quick

A.careful 4. Bob saw a man A. write down

a little boy with his car in the street yesterday. B. knock down C. fall down D. climb down working. D.Yet

5.It was twelve o’clock at night, but Miss Miller was A.already B.ever C.still

6. ---Hello! May I speak to Mrs Red, please? ---Sorry, she isn’t in now. You can leave a _______. A. mark B. information C. message D. news

7. ---How many students like this song in your class? --- _______ of us likes it. It sounds terrible. A. Both B. Neither C. None D. All

8. This white bike is too expensive.I can’t ______ it. Could you show me a cheaper one? A. sell B. clean C.ride D.afford

9.--- Could you teach me how to make an apple pie? --- _______. A. I’m busy B. That’s a pity C. Bad luck D. No problem

10. The story is wonderful. Do you know who ________? A. looked it up 二.阅读理解 B. made it up C. turned it up D. tried it on

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三.短文还原 四.综合填空 五.阅读表达 “If you want to see a thing well, reach out and touch it!” That may seem a strange thing to say. But touching things can help you to see them better. Your eyes can tell you that a glass ball is round. But by holding it in your hands, you can feel how smooth and cool the ball is. You can feel how heavy the glass is. When you feel all these about the ball, you really see it. With your skin, you can feel better. For example, your fingers can tell the difference between two coins in your pocket. You can feel a little drop of water on the back of your hand, too. All children soon learn what “Don't touch!” means. They hear it often. Yet most of us keep on touching things as we grow up. In shops, we touch things as we might buy food, clothes and so on. To see something well, we have to touch it. There are ways of learning to see well by feeling. One way is to close your eyes and try to feel everything that is touching your skin. Feel the shoes on your feet, the clothes on your body, the air on your skin. At first, it is not easy to feel these things. You are too used to them! Most museums are just for looking. But today some museums have some things to touch. Their signs say, “Do touch!” There you can feel everything on show. If we want to see better, reach out and touch. Then you will really see! 1.By touching things, ______. A.you will have a strange feeling C.you can learn more about them B.you will learn how to use your hand D.you can tell what colours they are

2.When peop le buy things in shops, they often ______. A.try them on first C.ask about them B.keep their right hands on them D.feel and touch them

3.Why does the writer say “At first, it is not easy to feel these things”?Because______. A.the things are used by people, too C.people know how to use the things B.people feel the things too often D.the things are easy to feel

4.______ museums today have things for you to touch. A.No B.Some C.Most D.All

5.Which of the following is true? A.Touching is more important than seeing. B.Our feet, fingers, hands, and skin can help us buy food.
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C.People have to learn to see by feeling as they grow up. D.Visitors can feel the things on show in some museums. B. American people like to say “Thank you” when others help them or say something kind to them. People of many countries do so, too. It is a very good habit(习惯). You should say “Thank you” when someone passes you the salt on the table, when someone walking ahead of you keeps the door open for you, when someone says you have done your work well, or you have bought a nice thing, or your city is very beautiful. “Thank you” is used not only between friends, but also between parents and children, brothers and sisters. “Excuse me” is another short sentence they use. When you hear someone say so behind you, you know that somebody wants to walk past you without touching you. It’s not polite to break others when they are talking. If you want to speak to one of them, say, “Excuse me” first, and then begin talking. You should also do so when you begin to cough or make any noise before others. Let’s learn to say “Than k you” and “Excuse me”. 6.. You should say “Thank you” when ________. A. you say something kind to others C. someone helps you B. you help others

D. you need others to help you

7.From the passage we know “Thank you” is________. A. widely used in the world C. used only by Americans B. used more often than “Excuse me” D. used only between friends

8.. You should say “Excuse me” if you want to _________. A. speak to others B. help others C. walk past someone D. A and C

9. When you are going to ask someone to tell you the way, y ou should say “_________” . A. Thank you B. That’s very kind of you C. Excuse me D. I’m sorry

10.This passage mainly tells us the way ____________. A. to be happy B. to be polite C. to help others C Every year several thousand people are killed on the roads in Great Britain. Every year between one and two hundred thousand people are hurt. These people are killed or hurt in D. to learn from Americans

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road accidents. There are rules to make the roads safe, but people do not always obey the rules(遵 守规则). They are careless. If everybody obeys the rules, the roads will be much safer. How can we make the roads safer? Remember this rule. In Great Britain traffic keeps to the left. Cars, buses and bikes must all keep to the left side of the road. In most other countries t raffic keeps to the right. Before crossing the road, stop and look both sides. Look right and left. Then, if you are sure that the road is clear, it is safe to cross the road. If you see small children or old people, help them to cross the road. We must teach small children to cross the road safely. We must always set them a good example. Small children must not play in the street. 11. If we want to make the roads safer, ______. A. everybody must be careful and obey the traffic rules B. traffic should keep to the right C. don’t cross the roads too often D. roads must be clear 12. If you ride a bike in Great Britain, you must ride______. A. on the right side of the road C. in the middle of the road 13. Which is NOT correct? A. Few people die in road accidents in Great Britain. B. In our country traffic keeps to the right. C. Cars, trucks and buses kill many people every year. D. Streets are not safe places for play. 14. “The road is clear” means that______. A. you can see very clearly on the road C. the road is not noisy B. the road is very clean D. there is no car or bus running B. on the left side of the road D. behind the buses

15. The only safe way to cross the road is to______. A. look C. look both sides, right and left B. look left D. run across the road

三. 补全对话,从方框中选出适当的句子,完成对话。 (每题 1 分,共 5 分)

A. What does he look like?
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B. What’s he like? C. Could I meet him D. Where have you been? E. What’s wrong with him? F. I’m sorry to hear that.

A: Hello, Li Yan. Why didn’t you come to the picnic yesterday? B: My pen friend Qiu Tian came to see me. A: Qiu Tian? What a nice name! 1.______________________________? B: He’s quite good, helpful and honest. He does well in his lessons. We’re getting on well with each other. A: So you have the same interests? B: Yes, he likes swimming, and so do I. Also, we both like computers, music and collecting. A: That sounds great. 2.________________________________? B: He’s handsome, tall and strong. Easy to get on with. A: 3._______________________________ when he comes next time? B: No problem. My friend is your friend. By the way, I heard your father was not well. 4._____________________________? How is he now? A: His left leg was hurt in a car accident. Nothing serious now. He’s much better. B: 5._____________________________. I hope he’ll be better soon. 四.综合填空 Have you heard of Big Ben? Big Ben is a very big and (1)f__________ clock in London,

the capital of England. It is much (2)b__________ than many other clocks in the world. The clock weighs 23 tons (吨). Its minute hand is 4.27 metres (3)l__________ and its hour hand is 2.75 metres long. The clock tower is about 98 metres h_________. Big Ben got its name (4)f__________ Sir Benjamin Hall. He was responsible (负责的) for the making of the clock. In 1858, people were (5)b__________ the new House of Parliament (议会大厦) of England, and at the same time they were also building a big clock. However, (6)n__________ could think of a good name for the big clock. Sir Benjamin Hall made a joke
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and said, “Why don’t we (7)c__________ it Big Ben?” At his words, all the people laughed. But from then on, the new clock was(8) r__________ called Big Ben. Today, Big Ben is very famous and people from all over the world want to (9)s__________ it. The clock is not only big but also accurate (精确的). It makes a loud (10)s__________ every hour. On New Year’s Eve, millions of people listen to it on TV! 五.阅读短文,根据要求完成下面各小题。 In England a woman fell down a stair. Panic(惊慌) followed---178 persons lost their lives. In Michigan a woman fell ill. There was a call for water. Someone thought it meant fire --- 71 were killed. In Oklahoma an old man’s hair caught fire --- 36 died. What should you do to be out of danger? 1. As you sit in any crowd, pick out an exit which is not the one where most persons enter and plan to use if necessary. 2. If a rush stairs, do not get into it. Stay still. Let it pass. Then go to the exit you have chosen. 3. Do not cry out. Speak quietly. Act calmly. 4. Do not stop for your hat and coat unless they are at hand. 5. If there is smoke, crouch(蹲伏). (3) The best air is about three feet above the floor. 6. When you are outside the building, stay out. Many dead would be alive if they had not returned for something. 7. When you get out, move far from the door so that others can get out.

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______________________________ 2. 文中划线单词的汉语意思是______________________________ 3. 请把划线部分的句子翻译成汉语。________________________ ____ 4. How many ways are mentioned to be out of danger? _____________________________ 5. Give a title to the passage. ______________________________

六.写作 假如你是 Lingling, 你的美国朋友 Betty 要来中国旅游,她需要你的帮助,下面是 Betty 给你的一 封信,请根据信的内容给她回一封电子邮件,80 词左右,信的开头已给出,不计入总数. Dear Lingling, I’m preparing for a trip to China, and I’m making a list of things for my trip, but I don’t know what I should take? I’m leaving at the end of August. I’m going to stay there
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for three weeks, what clothes should I take? Which places of interest can I visit? What else should I pay attention to? Can you give me some advice? Yours Betty

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二.CDBBD CADCB CABBD 三.BACEF 四:1. famous 2. bigger 3. long 4.from5.building6.nobody7.call8.really 9.see 10. sound 五.1. Stay still until the crowd has passed. 英尺处. 2. 出口 3. 最好的空气在地面以上大约 3

4. Seven\7. 5. How to be out of danger. )

六.Dear Betty,
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I’m very happy that you can come to China for a trip. The weather will be sunny and hot in china in August. So I think you’d better take a pair of sunglasses. It’s a good idea to bring an umbrella because it often rains in this season in China. As for the clothes, shots are good, or you can wear light trousers. But don’t forget to take a coat or thicker clothes because in September the weather begin to get cooler. Beijing is a good place to visit. There are many places of interest, such as the Great Wall, the Summer Palace, the Palace Museum , the Bird Net and so on. You can visit them at any time. But you should get everything ready earlier. It will be exciting to visit these places. Have a good trip! Yours Lingling

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