( )1.I think Jack Chan is a great actor，_______ my friends don’t like him.
A. and B. but C. or D.so
( )2. --- What _____ your mother ______?
--- She’s a reporter.
A. does, do B. are, do C. do, do D. are, does
( )3. Pandas are very _____ and ______. So we all like them.
A. friendly, ugly B. cute, scary C. dangerous, beautiful
D. shy, smart
( )4. --- Is there a pay phone _______ the neighborhood?
--- Yes, it’s ______ Center Street _______ the right.
A. in, on, on B. on, on, is C. in, on, is D. on, down, on
( )5、-Where does your pen pal _______ ? –He _______ in Tokyo.
A. live; lives B. live ; live C. lives; live D. lives; lives
( )6. Listen! They ________ about the movie. Let’s join them.
A. are talking B. talk C. talking D. are talk
( )7. People from Canada ______________ English and French. A. say B. talk C. tell D. speak
( )8. There ____________ a bank and two pay phones near here.
A. has B. have C. are D. is
( )9. She wants to __________ a reporter because she likes __________ to people.
A. do, to talk B. be, talking C. see, saying D. wait, to see
( )10. ---_______is the weather in Shanghai?
A. What ; It’s B. How ; It’s C. How ; Its D. What ; Its
( )11. The students ________ games after class. They ______ volleyball over there now.
A. play, are playing B. are playing, play C. play, play D. are playing, are playing
( )12. Thank you for _____ the school play.
A. joining B. to join C. join D. is joining
( )13.---Oh, hi, Jane!__________?
--- Not bad.
A. How it is going B. What are you doing
C. How is it going D. What does she do?
( )14. Please be quiet. My little child _______.
A. go to bed B. is sleeping C. sleeps D. going to school
( )15. He helps his friends _______ their English.
A. in B. at C. to D. with
( )16. Is Green Street a good place _______?
A. have fun B. have funny
C. to have fun D. to have funny
( )17. He wants ____ a singer because it’s an exciting ____ .
A. be, job B. to be, job C. being, work D. to be, work
( )18. My father enjoys ____ jokes to us.
A. telling B. say C. speaking D. talks
( )19. Let’s _____ the music first.
A. listening to B. listen to C. to listen to D. to listen
( )20. -- Is there a park in the neighborhood?
-- ____ .
A. Yes, there isn’t. B. No, it isn’t.
C. Yes, there is. D. No, it doesn’t.
My friend Tony is an American __21___. He is ten years old. He lives __22___ his family in China now. There are__23___ people in his family; his mother Mrs Green, his father Mr. Green and his little sister Amy. He has a white cat. __24___ name is Betty. Look , Amy is playing ___25__Betty. His father, Mr. Green is watching TV. His mother is doing housework. What about Tony? He is doing ___26__ Chinese homework.. He can't __27___ Chinese well, but he likes Chinese very much. Tony's _28____ works in a TV station. His father _29____ in a school as an English teacher. Tony and his sister __30___ to the same school.
( ) 21. A. girl B. boy C. cat D. dog
( ) 22. A. on B. after C. with D. in
( ) 23. A. two B. three C. four D. five
( ) 24. A. His B. Her C. It's D. Its
( ) 25. A. to B. with C. from D. at
( ) 26. A. her B. it's C. a D. his
( ) 27. A. say B. tell C. speak D. talk
( ) 28. A. father B. mother C. sister D brother
( ) 29. A. job B. jobs C. works D. work
( ) 30. A. go B. goes C. going D. to go
These days most people in Britain and the U. S. A. do not wear very formal clothes. But sometimes it is important to wear the right clothes.
Many British people don’t think about clothes very much. They just like to be comfortable. When they want to enjoy themselves, they can wear almost anything. At theaters, cinemas and concerts you can wear whatever you like. From beautiful suits and dresses to jeans and sweaters. Anything goes as long as(只要) you look clean and tidy.
But in Britain and the U. S. A. , men in offices usually wear suits and ties, and women wear dresses or skirts(not trousers). Doctors and business people always wear quite formal clothes. And in some hotels and restaurants men have to wear ties and women have to wear tidy dresses.
In many ways, Americans are less formal than British people, but they are more careful with their clothes. At home or on holidays, most Americans wear uniforms or sports clothes. But when they go out in the evening, they like to look nice. In good hotels and restaurants, men have to wear jackets and ties, and women wear pretty clothes.
It’s hard to say exactly what people wear in Britain and the U. S. A. , because everyone is different. If you are not sure what to wear, watch first and then do the same. You’ll feel more comfortable if you don’t look too different from everyone else.
( )36. People in Britain and the U. S. A. wear informal clothes when they ____.
A. go out to enjoy themselves B. are in offices
C. are in big restaurants D. go out to work
( )37. At concerts doctors wear ____.
A. sweaters B. whatever they like
C. what others wear D. like players
( )38. Which of the following is not true according to the passage?
A. Women are usually not allowed to wear trousers in offices.
B. Officers always wear formal clothes even though they are at home.
C. Americans are more relaxed in their clothes than British people.
D. Though everyone is different, they wear the same clothes in offices.
( )39. “Anything goes” in the second paragraph means “____”.
A. Any clothes are all right B. Anything wears
C. All the things around are all right D. Not any clothes are all right
( )40. Men wear ties when they ____ in the U. S. A.
A. meet their families B. meet their close friends
C. eat something delicious D. have dinner in good restaurants
A man took a pair of shoes to a shoe repair shop and said to the shoemaker, “I’d like you to repair these shoes for me, please.”
“Certainly, sir.” the shoemaker said.
“When will they be ready?” the man asked.
“I’m a bit busy, but they will be ready for you on Thursday,” he said. “That’s fine.” the man said and left the shop.
The next morning he received a letter, offering him a job in another country. Within 24 hours he was on an airplane to his new job.
Twenty years passed and he returned to his hometown.
He remembered his shoes.
“They were a good pair of shoes,” he thought, “I wonder if the shoemaker is still there and still has them. I’ll go and see. ” The same shop, although he was an old man by now.
“Good morning. ” he said to the shoe maker, “Twenty years ago, I brought in a pair of shoes. Do you still have them?”
“Name?” the old shoemaker asked.
“Smith.” the man said.
“I’ll go and see. They may be in the back.”
The shoemaker went out to the back of his shop and a few minutes later returned, carrying a pair of shoes.
“Here they are.” he said, “One pair of brown shoes. I’m a bit busy now, but they’ll be ready on Thursday.”
( )41. Why did the man go to a shoemaker?
A. They were old friends.
B. He wanted him to make a new pair of shoes.
C. He wanted him to repair a pair of shoes.
D. He had a very old pair of boots. He wanted to repair it.
( )42. Why didn’t the man return to the shoe repair shop on Thursday?
A. He forgot. B. He went to another country.
C. He was too busy. D. He knew the shoes would not be ready.
( )43. The man was away from his hometown ____.
A. until Thursday C. until the next morning
C. for about 20 years D. for a few days
( )44. What did the man do when he returned to his hometown?
A. He looked for a new job. B. He bought a new pair of shoes.
C. He visited all his friends. D. He returned to the shoemaker.
( )45. The man finally found that ____.
A. his shoes were still there, but the shoemaker didn’t repair them
B. his shoes were not there
C. the shoemaker repaired the shoes
D. the shoemaker lost the shoes
Customs on Eating
Food in China and western countries is different. China has about 5,000 years’ history. We may spend half of our time on food. Chinese people choose food very carefully. They only use fresh materials（新鲜的材料）to make food. For example, they only eat fresh fish. Chinese have a lot of ideas for cooking. We can cook a chicken in over ten ways. That’s why Chinese food is so popular around the world. Western countries, like England or America, don’t have fresh food because they buy their food from supermarkets which only sell stored materials (储存的材料). Western people also prefer fast food like hamburgers and chips. They are unhealthy for our body. Western people do not have many skills for cooking, mostly they only boil, steam (蒸) and bake the food. By the way, western people are very good at making desserts and chocolate. They can make very good cakes and chocolate. They are very sweet and they can make you become fat quickly.
In China the person who invites other people for meal would pay for the meal, but it’s not the same way in western countries. In western countries, people will think you only invite them but don’t need to pay for them. They can afford it. They won’t be happy if you pay for them. In western countries like America or England, people will always give tips (小费) to the waiter after they finish the meal in a restaurant. If you don’t, the waiter will not be happy. In China this only happens in some top restaurants and hotels in large cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.
Another difference in eating is that: Chinese people use chopsticks and western people use knives and forks.
Chinese people only have three meals during a day. But western people will have more. They have afternoon tea when usually they would have fruit, cakes or biscuits with cheese (奶酪饼干).
46. Do Chinese people use fresh materials or stored materials to make food? _________________________________________________________________________
47. Why is Chinese food so popular in the world?
48. What kinds of foods are western people good at making?
49. Will western people be happy if you pay for them?
50. How many meals do Chinese people have during a day?
_________________________________________________________________________ 第三部分 写作（35分）
51. Nothing is i____ if you put your heart into it.
52. China is becoming stronger and stronger. We are p____ of it.
53. The film is very interesting. It’s well w____ seeing.
54. Our teacher is always very friendly to us but sometimes she is very s____ with us.
55. The most wonderful match will be on. All of the boys are looking
56. The good news from Lily made Jim ____ ____ (使高兴，振作).
57. Mr. Lee is a kind man. He can ____ ____ ____ ____ (和??友好相处) his friends.
58. He thought hard. At last he ____ ____ ____ (想出) an idea.
59. They got up early ____ ____ ____ (为了) catch the early bus.
60. The art festival is coming. They will ____ ____ (上映，表演) a short play. Ⅱ. 句型转换。(5分)
61. Would you mind my smoking here?(改为同义句)
Would you mind ____ ____ ____ here?
62. I spent twenty yuan on this ticket. (改为同义句)
I ____ twenty yuan ____ this ticket.
63. Lily asked me, “Where did you buy this handbag?” (改为含有宾语从句的复合句) Lily asked me ____ ____ ____ this handbag.
64. Jim runs fastest in his class. (改为同义句)
Jim runs faster than ____ ____ students in his class.
65. Why did he go there?(改为同义句)
____ did he go there ____?