1--- Can you imagine what life will be like in ______ time?
A. 50 years? B. 50 year?s C. 50-years? D. 50-years
2. We all find ______ important to do what the teachers tell us.
A. that B. this C. it D. them
3. It?s very kind ____ you to ____ me ____ the heavy bag.
A. for; tell; to take B. of; thank; for C. to; speak; to have D. of; help; carry
4. ______ her ______ me very angry.
A. Waiting / make B. Waiting for / make
C. Wait for / makes D. Waiting for / makes
5. My brother ______eating spicy food now because he has had it for five years.
A. used to B. is used for C. is used to D. got used to
6. Music can change our moods and make us ____happy or sad, energetic or sleepy.
A. feel B. felt C. feeling D. to feel
7.— When did you _______ ?—I?ve _______ for two months.
A. get married; been married B. be married; been married
C. get married; got married D. get married; married
8. Many people don?t agree that animals ______ in tiny cages.
A. should keep B. should be kept C. have to keep D. have kept
9. —Would you please tell me ______ this DV?—Yes. It?s very easy.
A. where to use B. how to use C. when to use D. what to use
10. ----_____to give the letter to Mr. Wang. It?s very important. ----No, I won?t.
A. Remember B. Be sure C. Don?t forget D. It?s very important.
11. ----Boys and girls, will you please ____ the park this afternoon? ----OK.
A. not cleaning out B. not to clean out C. to clean up D. clean up
12. Although the alarm clock went _____, my friend didn?t wake up.
A. on B. off C. out D. Down
13. At a French dinner party, you?re ___to say “It is delicious” instead of “I?m full”.
A. forbidden B. allowed C. supposed D. encouraged
14. —Did you get there by ______ bike? —No, I took ______ taxi.
A. a; a B. 不填; a C. the; the D. a; the
15—Can you guess ______ the new schoolbag yesterday? —Sorry, I?ve no idea
A. how much did he pay for B. how much he spent
C. how much he paid for D. how much did he spend
There are many differences between Chinese and Western eating habits. In the West, everyone has their own are being treated by a Chinese host, there must be prepared for you. Chinese are very of their culture and will do their best to show their hospitality(好客).
feel uncomfortable with this, you can just say a polite “Thanks” and leave the food there.
Don?t your chopsticks upright into the rice bowl. Instead, lay(放置) them on your dish. The reason for this is that when somebody , the shrine(神祠) to them has a bowl of sand or rice with two chopsticks which are stuck upright in it. It is impolite to set the teapot down where the spout(壶嘴) is facing somebody. The spout should always be directed to where nobody is sitting, usually just outward(向外) from the table.
Don?t hit on your bowl with your chopsticks. Beggars(乞丐) hit on their bowls, so this is not polite. Also, when the food is coming in a restaurant, people will tap their bowls. If you are in someone?s home, it is like offending the cook.
16. A. table B. plate C. favorite D. meal
17. A. made B. cooked C. eaten D. placed
18. A. a bit of B. a bit C. a lot of D. a little
19. A. afraid B. tired C. proud D. certain
20. A. knives B. forks C. hands D. chopsticks
21. A. delicious B. beautiful C. terrible D. comfortable
22. A. fall B. throw C. knock D. stick
23. A. comes B. goes C. dies D. lives
24. A. against B. towards C. over D. above
25. A. often B. early C. slow D. fast
26. If the person has stopped breathing, you must try to start his/her breathing at once. The best thing is to use the mouth-to-mouth way. Lay the person on his/her back and breathing into his/her mouth.
27. If the person is bleeding badly, you must try to stop the bleeding. Press on the bleeding point with a piece of clean cloth and hold up the part of the body which is bleeding.
28. If you are bitten (cut by teeth) by an animal, wash the cut under cold running water. Cover the broken part, if there is any, with a piece of clean cloth. Then see a doctor as soon as possible.
29. If you are burnt (hurt by fire or something very hot), cool the burnt part at once. Run cool (not cold) water over the burn until it is less painful. Put a piece of dry clean cloth over the burnt part.
30. If there is a fire, never use a lift in the building, because it?s very dangerous. The lift may get trapped between floors. Use the stairs and leave the building at once.
Many years ago ,when I was working as a volunteer at a hospital, I got to know a little girl named Lisa. The poor little girl had a very serious disease and was dying. The doctor had done his best but no medicine really worked. The only chance to save her seemed to be a blood transfusion （输血 ）from her five-year-old brother. The little boy had the same disease before and had developed the antibodies (抗体) to fight the illness.
The doctor talked to the little boy about what they planned to do, and asked him if he would be willing (愿意的) to give his blood to his sister. I saw him hesitate (迟疑) for a moment. He took a deep breath and said, “yes, I?ll do it if it can save Lisa.”
As the transfusion was going on, the little boy lay quietly in bed next to his sister. He looked at her and smiled all the time. When everything was done and the color returned to his sister?s face, his smile disappeared and he looked a little afraid. He looked up at the doctor and asked, “Will I start to die now ?”
He was too young to understand the doctor. He thought he would have to give all his blood to his sister, but he agreed.
31. What happened to the little girl named Lisa?
A. She was dying of a very serious disease.
B. She got worse with the antibodies from her brother.
C. She lost her little brother.
D. The transfusion failed and her illness got worse.
32. The doctor wanted the little boy to _____.
A. give all his blood to his sister. B. give some of his blood to his sister.
C. give his life to his sister. D. give the same disease to his sister.
33. How did the five-year-old boy understand the doctor?s plan ?
A. He thought he was going to lose all his blood.
B. He thought he was going to be killed.
C. He thought he was going to die together with his sister.
D. He thought he was going to die when he grew up.
34. What did the boy feel when the doctor talked to him about the transfusion?
A. He was unhappy to help his sister.
B. He was so afraid that he refused to do anything.
C. He was worried about his sister.
D. He was willing to give his blood.
35.The writer still remember the story many years later ______ .
A. because the little girl had a very strange disease
B. because the sister and brother had the same disease
C. because the doctor saved the little girl?s life
D. because of what the boy did for his sister
If you have failed in the past to try to make big changes in life, try again now—one tiny step(步) at a time.
Every year it?s the same. As December comes to an end, you think about the New Year and all the ways you want to improve your life. But as you start to write down your hopes for the New Year, you think about the last year. You excitedly write down all the changes you are going to make, but by the end of January those ideas get lost in your busy life.
Here is a suggestion: Forget the too big, hard-to-achieve goals and just think about the small ones. “We often think that we have to do everything in big steps, even though it? so hard for us to reach it,” said Robert Maurer, who recently wrote a book One Small Step Can Change Your Life. “What we try to do is to begin with such a small step that we can?t find any excuse not to do it.”
“Kaizen”, a Japanese word, is used to mean to change behavior and attitudes. During World War II, American factory managers were able to increase productivity by trying small, continuous improvements instead of sudden changes. After the war, the idea was brought to rebuilding Japan. It made Japan develop fast. The Japanese called it “kaizen”, which means “improvement”.
Maurer studied the idea and did some experiments with it. “Kaizen” could possibly help people succeed in doing everything.
36. At the end of December, people usually .
A. fail to make big changes
B. lose their great ideas
C. make New Year resolutions
D. write down the changes in the past year
37. Robert Maurer wrote a book to tell us .
A. we should do everything in big steps
B. how to change one?s life with small steps
C. we should try a lot of sudden changes
D. how to move a small step without any excuse
38. The underlined “increase productivity” in the passage means “ ” in Chinese.
A. 提高生产率 B. 增加成本 C. 增加出口量 D. 提高待遇
39. The writer of the passage suggests we should .
A. make changes at the end of the year
B. do few experiments with “kaizen”
C. do things with hard-to-achieve goals
D. take tiny steps to achieve big goals
40. Which of the following can we learn from the passage?
A. You can achieve your goals if you are not too busy.
B. Robert Maurer studied ?kaizen” and found it helpful.
C. You can find some excuses for not reaching a big goal.
D. “Kaizen” was brought to Japan during World War II.
According to the legend, coffee was discovered in the highlands of Ethiopia by a goat- herd(牧羊人) named Yaldi. One night, after they returned from the grasslands, Yaldi?s goats wouldn?t sleep. They ran about all night long with a strange energy, jumping over rocks and dancing on their legs.
The next day, Yaldi found his goats eating a kind of red and green berries(浆果) from a tree with shiny leaves and long branches(树枝).
(A)_______________, so he put a few of the red berries in his mouth and started to chew. He soon understood what had happened to his goats: the berries made their hearts beat faster, and they felt happy and full of energy. They were experiencing the effects of coffee.
Coffee berries were at first eaten whole. The beans weren?t roasted(烘烤) or made into the drink which is familiar to us today until the thirteenth century in the Middle East. (B) People used the dark drink as a medicine. Then scholars(学者), students and artists discovered how coffee could wash their fatigue(疲劳) away. The need for coffee developed quickly and public coffeehouse soon opened for business.
43. Why wouldn?t Yaldi?s goats sleep that night?
44. What was the effect of coffee?
45. How did people make coffee in the 13th century?
is good for our health.
48.The mobile phone is such a useful i_________ that it has become part of people?s
of the two lines is the same.
50. Trevor showed great c________ when he saved the child from the burning house.
(吸引) lots of people all over the world.
52. The actress walked on to the stage with great ________. (自信)
53. Look at that big building. Do you know when it _________? (build)
_ (get) the driver?s license.
55. His will (survive) saved him again.
now than before? (health)
57. you stand, you?ll see.(high, far) again.(paint)
59.He?s passed the (enter) examination.
60.The heavy rain prevented us from (come) in time.
Where do you study? Do you like to study in a living room? This is not a good place, because it is usually too (63)________. You need to study in a quiet place, like your bedroom. A quiet place will help you (64)________ about one thing attentively(专心地).
When you study, do not think about other things at the (65)________ time. Only think about your homework. If you do this, you will do your homework (66)________ quickly, and you will make fewer
Good study habits are very (68)________. If you do not (69)________ some good study habits, try to get into some. If yours have (70)________ been good, try to keep them.
Some students say…
1-5 ACDDC 6-10 AABBC 11-15 DBCBC
16-20 BDCCD 21-25 ADCBC
26-30 CBGFE 31-35 ABADD 36-40 CBADB
41. He wanted to have a try himself / He wanted to find it out himself
42. The dark drink was used as a medicine.
43. Because they ate some coffee berries in the daytime.
44. It can make people excited, happy and full of energy.
45. Beans were roasted and made into drinks.
safety 47.regularly 48.invention 49.length 50.courage 51.attracts 52.confide
nce 53.was built 54.getting 55.to survive 56.more healthily 57.The higher, the farther 58.painting 59.entrance 60.coming
61.learn 62.easily 63.noisy 64.(to) think 65.same 66.more 67.mistakes
68.important 69.have 70.already
One possible version:
Some students say many of us are the only child in our family. We have been given too much love. We are not able to do hard work. To clean the toilet is good to teach us how to do difficult jobs. By cleaning toilets, we’ll learn to understand and respect the cleaning workers.
On the other hand, some students think toilets are dirty. It’s easy for us to get sick. They don’t think it’s the students’ job. We have more important things to do. Cleaning the classroom is enough.
We hope the school will think about this problem.