初三英语人教版<新目标>Unit 11 Could you please tell me where the
1. There is a bookstore the first floor.
A. on B. of C. in D. at
2. —Where are you going? 15. —Excuse me, could you please show me how to use this MP4 player?
A. Certainly! It’s here. B. Yes, you can C. Sure, with pleasure D. Not at all
Museums are often full of interesting and beautiful things, but in most museums you can only the things there. You can’t touch them. This isn’t very for most of us. People want
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to touch things. They want to use them and them. This is we learn about things. If we are interested in something, we learn about . If we are bored we don’t learn very much. But some museums are . For example, at the Boston Children’s Museum, young people can use computers and modern machines. They can also and play games there. In this kind of museum, children can have a（antime. They can a lot in the museum.
16. A. buy B. look at C. find D. borrow
17. A. sad B. interesting C. possible D. comfortable
18. A. have B. make C. play with D. speak to
19. A. when B. where C. what D. how
20. A. more difficultly B. more easily
C. more interesting D. more slowly
21. A. different B. difficult C. good D. the same
22. A. these B. few C. other D. another
23. A. see movies B. make movies
C. listen to the radio D. watch TV
24. A. boring B. ordinary C. safe D. enjoyable
25. A. speak B. wear C. eat D. learn
A group of frogs were traveling through the woods, and two of them fell into a deep pit（深坑）. All the other frogs gathered around the pit. When they saw how deep the pit was, they told the unfortunate frogs that they would never get out. The two frogs didn’t listen to them and tried to jump up out of the pit. The other frogs kept telling them to stop.
Finally, one of the frogs listened to what the other frogs were saying and gave up. He fell down and died. The other frog went on jumping as hard as he could.
Once again, the crowd of frogs shouted at him to stop, but he jumped even harder and finally got out. The other frogs asked him, “Why did you go on jumping?”
The frog explained to them that he was deaf. He thought they were encouraging him all the time.
26. When two of the frogs fell into a deep pit, the other frogs ______.
A. told them to jump out of the pit
B. told them it was impossible to get out
C. told them to keep on jumping
D. encouraged them to jump out of the pit
27. The two frogs ______ at first.
A. accepted their advice B. gave up jumping up out of the pit
C. still kept jumping D. argued with the others
28. Which one of the following statements is true?
A. The two frogs got out of the pit at last.
B. The two frogs did as the others told them to do.
C. One stopped jumping and died, and the other succeeded at last.
D. One fell down and died, and so did the other.
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29. The frog that was safe at last was ______.
A. deaf B. foolish C. boring D. blind
30. The story told us ______.
A. the frog could jump out of the pit because the other frogs encouraged it to do so
B. we shouldn’t give a man any advice when he is doing something
C. we should listen to other people’s advice whatever we do
D. words could encourage a man to overcome（战胜）any difficulties, but they could also make a man lose heart to win
Mr Green and Mrs King worked in the same office. Mr Green worked hard and was paid more. He cared about nothing except the prices. Every afternoon, as soon as he left the office, he bought some newspapers first. He read only the prices carefully. Then he walked home. Of course, on his way, he always went to the shops where the cheapest things were sold and chose something useful. And he was often tired when he got home. His fat wife then usually praised him. When he was happy, his wife told him to do some housework. The next morning the man always told Mrs King how his wife praised him.
One morning Mr Green came into the office with a newspaper. Pointing to a piece of news, he said to Mrs King, “Look! The price of petrol has gone up again!”
“What are you worried about, Mr Green?” said Mrs King. “You have no car and you’ve never taken a bus!”
“But I have got a lighter（打火机）, you know!”
31. Mrs King was Mr Green’s ______.
A. wife B. daughter C. classmate D. workmate
32. Every afternoon Mr Green bought newspapers to ______.
A. read some interesting stories
B. see the prices
C. know the results of the matches
D. read something about his work
33. Mr Green went home ______ every day.
A. by bus B. by car C. on foot D. by train
34. Mrs Green praised her husband because ______.
A. he was happy to do some housework
B. he got home on time
C. he bought something both cheap and useful
D. he was paid more
35. That morning ______ made Mr Green worried.
A. the newspaper B. the price of the newspaper
C. his lighter D. the price of petrol
You cannot see any object unless light from that object gets into your eyes. Some of the things you see give off light of their own. The sun, the stars, a lighted lamp are the examples that
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off light of their own. They are simply reflecting light that falls on them from the sun or some other luminous body. The moon, for example, doesn’t give off any light of its own. It is nonluminous. You see it because sunlight falls on it and some of it reflects in our direction. So moonlight is only second-hand sunlight.
When you look at a book, it sends some of the light which falls on it to your eyes, and you see the book. If light could be kept out from where you are so that there would be no light from the book to reflect, then you could not see the book even with your eyes wide open. Light travels A: Oh, thanks a lot.
A. And can you tell me which bus I should take?
B. Do you know at what time it opens?
C. He must know that.
D. You’re welcome.
E. What’s wrong with you?
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F. You can’t miss it.
G. Let me help you.
V. 46. You do not need to for dinner.
47. I used to in the supermarkets.
48. If you have some trouble, please to me.
Dear Wang Qiang,
I have some good news to tell you. We will invite a professor named Smith from Binhai University to____________________________________________________________________ ________________ I’ll be expecting you at 3:10 at our school gate. Don’t be late.
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