( )1. Fred plays _____ piano after _____ supper every day.
A. the, the B. a, a C. the, / D. /, the
( )2. The problems are difficult to solve. Please give me _____ .
A. some advices B. an advice C. advices D. some advice
( )3. Mr. Brown will arrive _____ Nanjing _____ four by air this afternoon.
A. to, in B. at, at C. to, about D. in, at
( )4. The children enjoyed ______ very much at the evening party last night.
A. they B. them C. themselves D. theirs
( )5. Please tell us what your decision by ____ to this e-mail.
A. reply B. replied C. replies D. replying
( )6.. ----I’m getting fatter and fatter, what shall I do, doctor?
----You’d better eat _____ food and take _____ exercise.
A. less, less B. more, more C. more, less D. less, more
( )7. Where are the students ? Are they in ____ ?
A. the Room 406 B. Room 406 C. the 406 Room D. 406 Room
( )8. They ____ dinner ____ the telephone rang.
A were having; when B had; after C were having; after D had; when
( )9. I don’t know ____.
A when will we go to Shanghai B when we will go to Shanghai
C when will we going to Shanghai D when we will going to Shanghai
( )10. What a _____ cough! You seem ______ ill.
A terrible; terribly B. terribly; terrible C. terrible; terrible D. terribly; terribly
( )11. There ____ some fish____ in the water .
A. is; to swim B. are; swimming C. have; swim D. has; swims
( )12. When we got to the cinema, the film _______ for 20 minutes.
A. had begun B. has been on C. had been on D. has begun
( )13. We are going to begin our meeting at 8:00. Please be here ______. Don’t be late.
A. at times B. in time C. on time D. from time to time
( )14. I don’t know if it____ tomorrow. If it _____, I will have to stay at home.
A. will snow, will snow B. snows, snows
C. will snow, snows D. snows, will snow
( )15. Is there anything____ in your purse?
A. other B. another C. else D. some
( )16.There is no more ______ in those _______ for so many people .
A. room, rooms B . rooms, room C . room, room D.
( )17. —Do you speak French or Russian?
—I’m sorry, I speak______.
A. either B. both C. neither D. none
( )18. —Must I finish my homework right now? —No,
A. needn’t B. may not C. mustn’t D. can’t
( )19. Why not an English club to practice A. to join; to speak B. join; speaking C. join; to speak
D. to join; speaking
( )20. This kind of paper soft.
A. feels B. tastes C. smells D. sounds
It is very for us to stay in good health. We must have good
at least 8 hours a day and take
part in the healthy activities as as possible, for example,
climbing mountains, running in the morning or swimming. It is necessary
to keep （ ）21. A. important B. unnecessary C. impossible
（ ）22. A. are B. am C. be
（ ）23. A. asleep B. sleepy C. sleep
（ ）24. A. much B. many C. little
（ ）25. A. happiness B. unhappy C. happy
One day a poor boy, who was selling newspapers from door to door to
pay for his schooling，found he had only ten pennies(便士)left，and he
was hungry．He decided to ask for a meal at the next househe
had another idea when a young woman opened the door．He asked for a
glass of water having a meal．But as he looked thirsty, she
brought him a large glass of ．He drank it，and then asked，How
much do I owe(欠)you?”
“My mother teaches me that I should get money for any kindness，”she replied．“So you don’t owe me anything．”
Many years later, the woman became seriously Then she was sent to a famous hospital in London．
her illness．When he heard the name of the town which she came from a strange light filled his eyes．
As soon as he walked into her room，he got to know her at once． He best to save her．Then he gave special attention to her．
Dr Kelly asked for her final bill(账单)before she left hospital．He it， then wrote something on it before it was sent to her．She was afraid to open it，for she believed it would the rest of her life to pay for it all．But finally she opened it，and read these words on it：Paid in full with one glass of milk．
( )26．A．However B．But C．And
( )27．A．instead B．rather C．rather than
( )28．A．water B．milk C．tea
( )29．A．always B．often C．never
( )30．A．tired B．ill C．angry
( )31．A．study B．studying C．to study
( )32．A．him B．his C．her
( )33．A．good B．bad C．well
( )34．A．looked at B．looked after C．looked for
( )35．A．cost B．pay C．spend
The Water World Swimming Pool is open every day from eight 3
o’clock in the morning until half past seven in the evening. It costs two dollars sixty to enter the pool. There is a special cheap price for students with a student card. The price is one dollar forty. But you must bring your student card with you.
On Wednesday morning the pool is only open to mothers and babies. So mothers can enjoy themselves in the water with their babies. Please leave your older children at home on Wednesday morning.
The new Water World Café will be open up on June 22nd. From the café you can watch the swimmers or enjoy a drink after you swim.
Please call 2105369 for more information. We look forward to seeing you at the Water World Swimming Pool.
( )36. How long is the Water World Swimming Pool open every day?
A. Eleven hours. B. Seven hours.
C. Eleven and a half hours. D. Seven and a half hours.
( )37. What is the price for students with a student card to enter the pool?
A. Two dollars. B. One dollar forty. C. Two dollars sixty.
D. One dollar.
( )38. A ten-year-old boy can’t go to the Water World Swimming A. on Saturday B. on Sunday
C. on Wednesday afternoon D. on Wednesday morning
( )39. From the café you can watch the swimmers or enjoy a drink after you swim ___________.
A. on May 21st B. on May 22nd C. on June 23rd D. on June 21st
( A. advertisement B. note C. story D. slogan
A friend of mine named Paul received an expensive car from his brother as a Christmas present. On Christmas Eve when Paul came out of his office, a street urchin (顽童) was walking around a shining car. “Is this your car, sir?” he asked. Paul answered, “Yes, my brother gave it to me for Christmas.” The boy was surprised. “You mean your brother gave it to you and it didn’t cost you anything. Oh, my God! I wish...” He hesitated (犹豫). Of course Paul knew what he was going to wish for. He was going to wish he had a brother like that. But what the boy said surprised Paul greatly. “I wish,”the boy went on, “that I could be a brother like that.” Paul looked at the boy in surprise, then he said again, 4
“Would you like to take a ride in my car? ” “Oh, yes, I’d love that.”
After a short ride, the boy turned and with his eyes shining, said: “Would you mind driving in front of my house, sir? ” Paul smiled a little. He thought he knew what the boy wanted. He wanted to show his neighbors that he could ride home in a big car. But Paul was wrong again, “Will you stop where those two steps are? ” the boy asked.
He ran up to the steps. Then in a short while Paul heard him coming back, but he was not coming fast. He was carrying his little crippled (残疾) brother. He sat him down on the step and pointed to the car. “There she is. Buddy, just like I told you upstairs. His brother gave it to him for Christmas and it didn’t cost him a cent. And some day I’m going to give you one just like it...then you can see for yourself all nice things in the Christmas window that I’ve been trying to tell you about. ”
Paul got out and lifted the boy to the front seat of his car. The shining-eyed older brother climbed in beside him and the three of them began an unforgettable holiday ride.
( )41. The street urchin was very surprised when_______.
A. Paul received an expensive car B. Paul told him about the car
C. he saw the shining car D. he was walking around the car
( )42. From the story we can see the urchin _______.
A. wished to give his brother a car B. wanted Paul’s brother to give him a car
C. wished he could have a brother like Paul’s D. wished Paul could be a brother like that
( )43. The urchin asked Paul to stop his car in front of his house________.
A. to show his neighbors the big car B. to show he had a rich friend
C. to tell his brother about his wish D. to let Paul give them a ride
( )44. We can infer from the story that______.
A. Paul couldn’t understand the urchin B. the urchin had a deep love for his brother
C. the urchin wished to have a rich brother D. the urchin’s wish came true in the end
( )45. We can infer from the story that_______.
A. There is something wrong with Paul’s brother’s eyes.
B. There is something wrong with Paul’s brother’s legs.
C. There is something wrong with the urchin’s brother’s eyes.
D. There is something wrong with the urchin’s brother’s legs. 5