1．My mother’s sister is my __________.
A. grandma B. aunt C. uncle
2．–Would you like some more milk?
–Just _________, thanks.
A. little B. a little C. few D. a few
3．I have been ______ English _______ ten years.
A. study; for B. studying; since C. studying ; for
4．－My brother and I will go to the library tomorrow.
－______. Shall we go together?
A. So am I B. So do I C. So I am D. So will I
5．---Do you know ______ this dictionary belongs to?
---Let me see. Oh, it’s ________.
A. who ; mine B, who; me C, whose; mine D. whose; me
Hello! ______my sister.
A. This is B. You are C. It’s a D. She is
7．--- Hi, Sunny, your new flat is so nice!
--- Thanks, _____.
A. my pleasure B. don’t mention it
C. help yourself D. make yourself at home
8．--Would you like to go bike riding with us tomorrow? ---Sure, ____ I am busy.
A.since B.unless C.when D.until
9．We found impossible to finish the work in such a short time.
A. it’s B. that was C. it D. that
—No, I don’t like sports. But I like playingviolin..
A. a; a B. the; the C. ∕; the
11．My pen friend’s name is Jack Brown. I call him _________
A. Brown B. Jack C. Mr. Jack D. Ms. Brown
12．She is very heavy, ______ she never stops eating.
A. so B. but C. if D. when
13．You should take off your shoes before you ＿＿＿ the new flat.
A. leave B. find C. choose D. enter
14．— Nancy, would you mind turning down the music? Your father is sleeping.
A. Yes, please
B. Sorry. I’ll do it right away
C. Sorry. I won’t do it again
D. Yes. I never do it again
15．—What a big storm last night!
—Yes. I was doing my homework. Suddenly, all the lights in my house _______.
A. went off B. turned off C. took off D. got off
After the earthquake took place(发生), I the dark. I couldn’t move. The bottom(底部above me I could hear shouts and a lot of noise. Then I remembered had happened, I had been in an earthquake.
For about two hours nobody I could reach the bag of apples, so at least I had something to eat. Then I heard to me. A team of people had come to anyone was under the broken road. I called out―I’m here!‖I heard a shout. Soon a stranger climbed to the bridge near my car. ― How are you doing?‖ he asked. ―Not too bad,‖ I said ，―but my feet and get me out
the next morning. I had been in my car for fourteen hours.
1．The camp is for the children who________.
A.are good at soccer B.are 15~17 years old
C.come form King's School D.want to relax in camp
2．The camp will start on _________.
A.July 15 B.July 19 C.Sunday D.Friday
3．If you want to join the camp, you should pay______for it.
A.$ 5 B.$6 C.$7 D.$ 10
4．Students in the camp can learn all the skills EXCPT_________.
A.carrying the football B.kicking a goal
C.passing the football D.making game rules
5．Which of the following seems to be the most attractive(吸引)to children?
A. The camp lasts for 5 days.
B.The camp doesn't cost much.
C.The camp is organized by King's School.
D.The coaches will be national soccer players.
Fans often only see the good side of fame. They see the happy smiles and great success of famous people. But it’s difficult for them to understand everything that comes before then. They can’t see the hard work or the hours of practice.
Li Yundi, the Chinese piano prodigy(天才), recently released his first concert recording. He talked with Teens about his art and his job.
―Of course, the job is hard work,‖ Li, 25, said. ―You need to work hard to be a professional. But you also have to play hundreds of concerts, meet fans, and listen to critics(评论) of your music.‖
In 2000, when Li was 18, he won the top prize at the International Chopin(肖邦) Competition in Warsaw, Poland. This was the first time the top prize had been given in 15 years. Li was also the youngest, and the first Chinese to win the prize. Since then, Li became famous and his list of honors goes on and on.
Born in Chongqing, Li began to play piano when he was seven. His parents spent all their money and bought a piano for him--- in 1980s China.
He worked hard. Every day, Li played for eight hours or more at a piano school. He often played even after the school had closed.
Today, Li still can’ t play a beautiful tune without careful preparation.
― you have slept enough, or whether you have another problem in your life. But you need to play great music for your audience. That’s what they want to hear.‖
1．What is Li Yundi? ______.
A. A music-critic B. A music fan C. A pianist
2．What does the underlined word ―luxury‖ mean in Chinese? ______.
A. 奢侈品 B. 流行品 C.豪华
3．How long did it take Li to get the prize of Chopin Competition and became famous? ______.
A. 7 years B. 11 years C. 15 years
4．What does the underlined sentence in the last paragraph mean? ______.
A. You need to sleep well the night before the performance
B. You should prepare carefully before the performance.
C. You need to know your audience.
5．What does the passage mainly tell us? ______.
A. You need to be a prodigy to be successful.
B. You need to be happy to be successful.
C. You need to work hard to be successful.
1．Sydney Tower is ________ in Sydney, Australia.
A. the busiest street B. the biggest station
C. the most beautiful park D. the highest point
2．If you want to book a ticket to Sydney Tower, you can’t ________. B. fax 02 9333 9203 D. dail(拨打) 02 9333 9222
3．Frank wants to go to Sydney Tower with his two children, he will pay _______.
A. ＄60 B. ＄90 C. ＄120 D. ＄150
4．Last Saturday, John went to visit Sydney Tower. He had to get down(下来) the tower________.
A. after 11:30 pm B. before 11:30 pm C. at 10:30 pm D. by 10:30 pm
5．The passage above is probably(可能) ________.
A. a piece of news B. a conversation C. a story D. an advertisement
A farmer who lived in a small village had a bad pain in the chest. This never seemed to get any better. The farmer decided that he would go to see a doctor in the nearest town. But as he was a miserly（小气） person, he thought he would find out how much he would have to pay the doctor. He was told that a sick person had to pay three pounds for the first visit and one pound for the second visit. The farmer thought about this for a long time, and then he decided to go to the doctor in the town.
As he came into the doctor’s room, he said, ―Good morning, doctor. Here I am again.‖ The doctor was a little surprised. He asked him a few questions, checked his chest and then took the pound which the farmer insisted on giving him. Then the doctor said with a smile, ―Well, sir, there’s nothing new. Please go on taking the same medicine I gave you the first time you came to see me.‖
1．--Thank you very much! --You're w______
2．Do you w a big bed or a small one for your son?
3．I get a school bag at a very good p______
4．There is a big s near our school. There are many school things in it.
5．You can b __ some food in a supermarket (超市).
3．price 4．store 5．buy