5. What sport did the man do at the new sports center last week?
A. Basketball. B. Tennis. C. Swimming.
6. When will they go to the sports center next week?
A. On Saturday. B. On Sunday. C. On Thursday.
7. What was the weather like when Tina camped?
A. It was windy. B. It was rainy. C. It was snowy.
8. What did Tony do on the day off?
A. He went camping.
B. He stayed with Dave.
C. He cleaned the house.
9. How does Jenny usually go to school?
A. By bus. B. By bike. C. On foot.
10. Why does Chen Bin decide not to take the bus?
A. Because it's dangerous.
B. Because it's too late.
C. Because the bus is full of people.
11. Who will Adam live with in ten years?
A. Lots of interesting people.
B. His best friends.
C. His parents.
12. Which is true about Adam?
A. He will be a reporter.
B. He has pets now.
C. He likes skiing.
13. What is Adam talking about?
A. His hobbies. B. His future life. C. His travel experiences.
He Yu’s Vacation Plan
Where to go
What to do
How long to stay
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19. Mr. Green was my first teacher. ________ was very strict with us.
A. She B. He C. I D. It
20. In China, Labor Day is ________ 1st May.
A. in B. at C. for D. on
21. The old man was ill, ________ he still kept working.
A. or B. so C. but D. and
22. —Which subject is ________ for you, math or physics?
A. easy B. easier C. easiest D. the easiest
23. There is _________ wrong with my computer. It doesn't work well.
A. something B. anything C. nothing D. everything
24. —Hello. _________ I speak to Jack, please?
—Sorry, Jack isn't here right now. Can I take a message?
A. Must B. Should C. Need D. May
25. Be quiet! The students ________ lessons.
A. have B. had C. are having D. will have
26. If Sally ________ the competition, her parents will be proud of her.
A. wins B. will win C. win D. won
27. Maria enjoys ________ very much.
A. reads B. read C. reading D. to read
28. They came to Beijing in 2001. They ________ here for 12 years.
A. live B. lived C. were living D. have lived
29. Tony's mother often tells him ________ after himself.
A. look B. to look C. looking D. looks
30. —Do you know _________ to Beijing?
A. when did she come B. when she came
C. when she will come D. when will she come
On a usual morning, my dad had his breakfast and kissed my mom, my sister and me good-bye. Then he walked to the subway station.
He stood at the platform （站台）, and waited in line for the 北京凤凰学易科技有限公司
"Oh, no!" A lot of people were trying to see to the track （铁轨） , but the cries grew louder, and he had to know what was going on. So he walked to the group and saw that there thought and jumped down. He reached the woman and bent （弯腰） over her. She was Not wasting a（an） , he held her into his arms. Several people reached down to take the woman. Just as he handed her up, a train was coming!
climbed onto the platform. He saw several people were trying to care for the woman while others ran for help. He was the woman was now out of danger, so he got on the train for his office.
At dinner he told us about what happened that morning.
"I can't believe that
"Well," said my father, "that just proves that you can't the crowd—you have to think for yourself. "
"Daddy," said my sister, "you saved that lady's life!"
"Yeah, Dad," I said, " and you could have been killed. " He shrugged（耸肩）.
My sister and I were so . What he had done was so brave! "I'll bet this will be on the news tonight?" I said. But there was no report of the event （事件） on TV. We the local paper in the morning, but there was nothing there either. I never heard of that woman, but what most is that her life went on, thanks to my dad—my hero.
31. A. bus B. train
32. A. listen B. think
33. A. ground B. platform
34. A. smiling B. sleeping
35. A. second B. minute
36. A. happily B. quickly
37. A. surprised B. afraid
38. A. nobody B. somebody
39. A. change B. believe
40. A. proud B. honest
41. A. lent B. copied
42. A. helps B. matters
Are you between 12 and 16 years old? Are you looking for the perfect holiday? Would you like fun, C. car C. speak C. track C. playing C. hour C. carefully C. sure C. anybody C. save C. nervous C. checked C. costs D. plane D. move D. line D. breathing D. day D. quietly D. worried D. everybody D. follow D. angry D. hid D. hurts 北京凤凰学易科技有限公司
new friends and a new adventure?
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You will join a group of 12 teenagers. You'll see mountains, the sea, pretty country villages, and lakes. You'll cycle about 20 km on most days, but don't worry—you don't need to cycle up any mountains and you can go quite slowly if you need to. On the days when you don't cycle, you can have a go at some different sports, like swimming and caving. Another thing you probably like is that you'll move to a different hotel most nights.
At the end of your holidays you'll find you are fitter, more energetic and have more friends! It is really a perfect holiday.
Places are limited so book your place now! Phone 005 6867 4758 or visit our website: 43. There are ________ teenagers in a group.
A. 12 B. 16 C. 2 D. 20
44. The teenagers in the group will stay _________ at night.
A. at home B. at hotels C. on the beach D. in the villages
45. If you join the group, __________.
A. you must cycle very fast
B. you have to cycle every day
C. you need to cyle up many mountains
D. you can do other sports as well as cycling
Mike was starting the fourth grade in the autumn. He feh that he was old enough to ride a bike to school like other kids. But there were two problems! The first was that he didn't know if his parents would let him ride a bike to school. The second and the bigger of the two problems was that he didn't have a bike, because he and his parents had just moved to the town this summer.
Mike started to get over his problems. First, he asked his parents if they would let him ride a bike to school in the autumn. To his surprise, they said, "Sure, Mike, you're old enough, but you don't have a bike!" Mike began to think about how to solve the problem. Finally, he thought of an idea. He asked the neighbors if he could mow their lawns （修剪草坪） to make money to buy a bike. For all of them needed to mow their lawns, they told Mike that would be fine, if his parents agreed. Mike's parents were pleased that he found a way to buy a bike himself. They agreed and taught Mike how to mow the lawn properly. Finally, he had enough money to buy his bike. He bought a beautiful black and red mountain bike.
46. Mike didn't know __________.
A. if he was old enough to ride a bike
B. if his parents would let him ride a bike
C. if he would be able to ride a bike
D. if his parents would buy a bike for him
47. Who bought a bike for Mike?
A. He himself. B. His parents.
C. His neighbors. D. His friends.
48. What is this passage mainly about?
A. How to make money.
B. How to help others.
C. How to get on well with parents.
D. How to solve problems on one's own.
New high school students in the US have more to worry about than their tests. Often, high schools are up to 10 times larger than middle schools! Students become small fish in a very, very big pond.
In the past, American kids knew that high school would bring bullying （欺负） from older students. Young high school students felt lonely and confused （困惑的）.
Nowadays, things are improving. Schools are creating "teams" to make students feel welcome. A team is smaller, friendlier, and easier to become a part of than the school as a whole. Teams are made up of a few students from each grade. Teachers choose the leaders to act as role models. In a team, older students protect and advise the young students, who will do the same for others later. The teams stay together for all four years of school. Some teams even create their own flags!
Students meet on campus （校园） before school starts at "orientation （新生训练）. At orientation, students get to know the members of their team. Orientation may go on for as long as one week. During orientation, experts guide students through"trust games" In one popular game, a student is blindfolded （蒙面） and led by a partner through some obstacles （障碍物）. In scavenger-hunt （寻物） type games, students have to find out about the interests and hobbies of their teammates. These activities help students to get close to each other. Students can go to their team members with questions, problems and even friendship. This way, high school doesn't seem quite so scary.
49. Teams can make students feel _________.
A. lonely B. worried C. welcome D. energetic
50. Members in a team are __________.
A. role models
C. students from different grades
A. get to know the teachers
C. prepare for their studies B. teachers and students D. students with the same hobby B. get close to each other D. learn to play games
Some people say that today, reading is not as important as it was. These days we have photographs, films, radio, and television. Why read a description of something when you can look at a photograph? Why read a novel when you can see a film? Why read a newspaper when the latest news is brought to us every hour on radio and TV?
Photography was certainly a wonderful invention. Photographs can give a very clear idea of places 北京凤凰学易科技有限公司
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and of people that we have never seen. An encyclopedia （百科全书）, for example, is always better when it has good illustrations. But we also need words to explain the photographs and drawings. A photograph of an elephant may give us a very good idea of what an elephant looks like, but it tells us nothing about the different sorts of elephants there are and where they are found, their exact size and weight, how they can be useful to man and so on.
In the same way, a good film has action, movement, color, and maybe music. These are things we do not find on the printed page. But reading a novel has certain advantages （优势） over watching even an excellent film. Reading a novel needs imagination. Each of us imagines a story differently.
Watching news on TV can certainly be exciting. But we need newspapers as well. Some important news stories happen when there are no cameras around. More importantly, a newspaper does not just report the news. It explains why something has been happening. It also contains （包含） interesting articles on different subjects. Newspapers are an important part of our lives, if we want to understand what is going on in the places we live as well as in other parts of the world.
Reading is very important for information and pleasure. We need to be good readers to enjoy a full life as human beings. Reading is a skill and like other skills, it needs practice. The more we read, the better readers we become, the more we enjoy reading! The secret is to get the reading habit. Read at least a little every day.
52. What does the underlined word "illustrations" probably mean?
A. Articles B. Ideas C. Pictures D. Words
53. What can we learn from the passage?
A. Reading novels can make people imaginative.
B. Some people don't like reading because it is very hard.
C. We can get more news from television than from newspapers.
D. A picture can always help us learn about an animal better than words.
54. The passage mainly tells us __________.
A. the reasons why people don't like reading
B. the different ways to get information
C. the disadvantages of watching TV and films
D. the advantages and importance of reading
I'm Sue. I'm 14 and I live in England. My father works in a horse-riding school. I've been riding since I was six. I go horse-riding every Saturday. Now I can ride quite well. I spend all Saturday at the riding school. over. I also brush them and clean all the equipment. When you start riding a horse, it's very difficult! and down at the same time as the horse. If you don't do this, it is very uncomfortable for you and the horse! 北京凤凰学易科技有限公司
At first you learn to walk the horse around. Then you learn to go faster. When your teacher thinks you are good enough, you learn to jump. jumping. It is exciting!
A. The first thing you learn is how to get onto a horse
B. I help to get the horses ready
C. Not everyone wants to learn to jump
D. I really enjoy horse-riding
E. I do this because I like it
Bill Gates is a very important person in the computer industry. He has been CEO of Microsoft Corporation for several years. He is also one of the richest people in the world. How did he do it?
He learned a lot from his parents. While Bill was going to school, his father went to college and later became a successful lawyer. From this, Bill learned that you have to work hard if you want something. His mother was a very busy teacher, but she also enjoyed going to parties. From this, he learned something else: If you want to work hard and play hard, you have to plan carefully.
When Bill was young, he spent a lot of time alone. While most of his friends were playing, Bill read all of The World Book Encyclopedia （百科全书） and finished it when he was eight years old.
Bill also played a lot when he was young—swimming, water-skiing and tennis. He loved winning and hated losing. When Bill got older, he spent more and more time working—and playing—on computers.
Before he was twenty, Bill had developed the world's first computer language. Once when he was thinking about the future, he thought that everyone was going to have a computer one day, and every computer would need software （软件） —his software. He said, "I'm going to make my first million dollars by the time I'm twenty- five. " And he did!
59. What did Bill Gates learn from his father?
60. What did Bill Gates do while most of his friends were playing?
61. Did Bill Gates do sports when he was young?
62. When did Bill Gates make his first million dollars?
63. How did Bill Gates become successful?
Qingdao __________ clean and beautiful beaches.
Lily sent me a message _____ she got there.
_________ the computer when you leave.
_________ Betty? Why is she crying?
She _________ she spends an hour practicing every day.
69. 暑假就要到了，某英文杂志正在举办以“A wonderful summer vacation”为主题的征文比赛，请你写一篇短文参加比赛。说说你打算如何度过这个假期，你有什么样的学习计划?又将如何安排你的休闲时间?并谈谈你做出这些计划的理由。
spend, do homework, take some classes, relax, play basketball, housework
The summer vacation is coming soon. _________________________________________
1. M: Do you collect anything?
W: Yes. I have a collection of stamps.
2. M: Your camera looks new.
W: Yes. I bought it last week.
3. M: What are you going to buy for your mother?
W: I'm going to buy her a CD of her favorite music.
4. W: How do you keep so strong?
M: I often ride a bike.
M: Hello, Julie! Have you been to the new sports center? W: Not yet. Is it good?
M: Yes, it's great! You can do a lot of sports. I played tennis there last Thursday.
W: I like swimming. Can I swim there?
M: Yes. There's a very good swimming pool. Do you want to go with me next week?
M: Well. Shall we go on Saturday?
W: All right.
M: How was your day off, Tina?
W: Oh, it was awful.
M: Really? What happened?
W: Well, we went camping and the weather was terrible. It rained and rained all day long.
M: Oh, that's too bad.
W: How about your day off, Tony?
M: I woke up at 11 o'clock. I got up and went to see my friend Dave, but he wasn't at home.
W: So what did you do?
M: I helped my mom and dad clean the house.
W: Sunds like a busy day off!
M: Hi, Jenny!
W: Hi, Chen Bin. Have you been here long?
M: About ten minutes. The bus is late.
W: I know. I take it every day, and it's always late. That's why I always come to the bus stop late, too. M: Why don't you go to school by bike?
W: Well, I'm a bit afraid of the traffic. And my parents think it's dangerous.
M: I usually walk. But today I feel a bit tired. I want to sit down and read on the bus.
W: Sit down? You must be joking, Chen Bin. The bus is always full of people. You have to stand all the way.
W: Here it comes now. And it's full.
M: You're right, Jenny. I think I'll walk. See you later!
W: See you, Chen Bin.
I'm Adam. In ten years, I think I'll be a reporter. I'll live in Shanghai, because I went to Shanghai last year and fell in love with it. I think it's really a beautiful city. As a reporter, I think I'll meet lots of interesting people. I think I'll live in an apartment with my best friends, because I don't like living alone. I'll have pets. I can't have any pets now because my mother hates them, and our apartment is too small. So in ten years, I'll have many different pets. I'll probably go skating and swimming every day. During the week, I'll look smart, and probably will wear a suit. At the weekend, I'll be able to dress more casually. I think I'll 北京凤凰学易科技有限公司
go to Hong Kong on vacation, and one day I might even visit Australia.
M: Hi, He Yu! I'm Jeff Blake from Lives of the Very Famous magazine. Thank you for talking to me today.
W: Oh, you're welcome. It's nice to meet you, Jeff.
M: He Yu, our readers want to know what famous people do for their vacation. Where are you going for your next vacation?
W: Well, I'm going to Italy.
M: Oh, what's the weather like there?
W: It's always sunny and warm!
M: Really? What are you doing there?
W: Oh, going to the beach…, maybe playing volleyball'"
M: Anything else?
W: Oh yes, going sightseeing, going shopping, you know, the usual…
M: And how long are you staying?
W: Oh, only for three weeks…