( ) 1. The baby is sleeping. Don’t make so much ______.
A. smell B. voice C. sound D. noise
( ) 2. This book isn’t ______. It’s ______.
A. me; Tom’s B. mine; Tom’s C. mine; Tom D. me; Tom
( ) 3. A strange thing happened ______ her last night, so she is afraid to stay at home
A. at B. for C. with D. to
( ) 4. He turned around, but he couldn’t see ______.
A. something unusual B. anything unusual
C. unusual anything D. unusual something
( ) 5. They both have ______ homework to do, so they may be ______ busy doing it now.
A. much too; too much B. too much; much too
C. so many; much too D. so much; too much
( ) 6. —Why didn’t Jim go to the movies?
—He was made out of the hall for making lots of _______.
A. cry B. voice C. sound D. noise
( ) 7. Look! There are some people _______ a thief.
A. chase B. to chase C. chasing D. chased
( ) 8. —Did you hear _______ in your room?
—No, I didn’t.
A. anything unusual B. something unusual
C. unusual anything D. unusual something
( ) 9. Don't _________ all the soap. Leave me some to wash with.
A. put up B. look up C. use up D. make up
( ) 10. When we talked about the computer, he pretended _______ an expert.
A. to be B. being C. be D. is
( ) 11. — It nearly took me two hours to walk here.
— Have a drink then. You be thirsty.
A. can’t B. must C. mustn’t D. can
( ) 12. — Look! Peter is playing basketball in the playground．
— It be Peter. He has gone to Beijing.
A. can’t B. mustn’t C. might D. may
( ) 13. — Excuse me, is this the right way to No. 1 Middle School?
— Sorry, I'm not sure. But it ______ be.
A. can B. need C. must D. might
( ) 14. — Here is a new dictionary. _____ is it?
— It belongs to Gina. She bought it yesterday.
A. Which B. Who C. Whose D. How
( ) 15. — Do you think Frank is free today?
— ______. Recently he has been busy studying for the final exam.
A. Me too B. Of course
C. The same to you D. I don’t think so
A famous magician (魔术师) came to our city and gave some shows. Most of his shows had educational (有教育意义的) He taught lessons about health, history and some other things about life through his magic shows. Both children and parents his shows, the children mainly for fun and the parents mainly for education.
My mother me to watch one of his shows the day before yesterday. The show taught children not to steal (偷) by describing a person might feel when his or her thing was stolen. In the show, there was a shark. He often stole things and never the owners’ feelings. Then one day he found his own things were stolen. He was and angry. From that experience, he learned how worried and angry others would be when their things were stealing.
The show was great. It made me understand why we shouldn’t take what didn’t us. I also learned that we shouldn’t get happiness from others. Later I recommended (推荐) the magic to some of my friends, hoping they would also learn something from it.
( ) 16. A. challenges B. mistakes C. experiences D. messages
( ) 17. A. missed B. enjoyed C. learned D. remembered
( ) 18. A. took B. helped C. taught D. caused
( ) 19. A. why B. how C. when D. what
( ) 20. A. gave up B. dealt with C. cared about D. laughed at
( ) 21. A. relaxed B. upset C. dishonest D. energetic
( ) 22. A. lost B. helpful C. wrong D. broken
( ) 23. A. start B. forget C. stop D. keep
( ) 24. A. let down B. borrow from C. depend on D. belong to
( ) 25. A. teaching B. hurting C. beating D. refusing Ⅲ.阅读理解（30分）
( ) 26. People can see the photo show at A. City Stadium B. City Art Museum
C. Grandview Mall D. County Club
( ) 27. Of the following people, _______ aren’t allowed to go to the horse races.
A. women B. old men
C. adults D. children
( ) 28. What time can you go shopping at Grandview Mall with everything 20% ~50% off?
A. At 3 pm this Friday. B. At 3 pm this Sunday.
C. At 3 pm this Saturday. D. At 3 pm every Saturday.
( ) 29. What can you do if you only have time between 7 pm and 8 pm on Sunday?
A. Go to the weekend sales. B. Go to see the photo show.
C. Go to dance at the party. D. Go to watch horse races.
( ) 30. How much will you pay if you take a coat which is marked ￥200 with 50%
A. ￥100. B. ￥150. C. ￥200. D. For free.
Stella was born on September 13, 1971 in London, England. She was the daughter of Paul McCartney, a member of the world-famous band “the Beatles.” Though she was born famous, her parents wanted her to live a normal and life. She went to state school and earned pocket money on her own. She didn’t get the kind of allowance other kids of her age might have. When she wanted pocket money, she had to clean dishes at a restaurant near her home.
Though Stella had the look to become a model, she was most interested in becoming a fashion designer. At the age of twelve, she made her first jacket. Three years later, she started working on her first fashion design collection. When she attended college, some students called her “Daddy’s Girl.” But when her graduation fashion show came out, she made them shut up.
Later, she worked for some famous brands and achieved great success. In 2001, she started her own brand and began to have some famous customers like Liv Tyler. Now she is a world-famous fashion designer.
( ) 31. Stella is _________.
A. a member of the Beatles B. a British model
C. a young fashion designer D. a famous brand
( ) 32. What does the underlined word “independent” mean in the passage?
A.自由的 B. 平凡的 C. 独立的 D. 舒适的
( ) 33. Stella started working on her first fashion design collection ________.
A. in 1971 B. in 2001 C. in 1983 D. in 1986
( ) 34. _________ makes Stella achieve great success.
A. Her famous father B. Her rich family
C. Some help from her friends D. Her great effort (努力)
( ) 35. Which statement about Stella is NOT true?
A. Stella got money from her parents.
B. Stella made a successful graduating fashion show.
C. Stella’s dream is to be a famous designer.
D. Stella started her own brand at the age of 30.
We need your name, year of birth, home address (city and state), phone number, school name and e-mail address so that we can e-mail you if your work is published (出版).
The sentence “I promise (承诺) that the work is original (原创的)” must be written on the top of your writing, and then you must write down your name.
Keep sending your works all winter! You can mail your works to Chester Press Box 172, Chester, Cheshire, visit www. Chesterpress.edu or submit (注册) @Chesterpress. edu.
Please remember the following points:
★ You should keep a copy for yourself.
★ Your work may be corrected. We keep the right (权利) to correct and publish it in any form without your permission.
★ If you don’t want your name and address for our record, we will not return your work that you send to us.
( ) 36. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in this passage?
A. Phone number. B. School name.
C. School address. D. Year of birth.
( ) 37. From the passage, we know that Chester Press is probably a ______.
A. magazine B. film C. game D. club
( ) 38. Which of the following is NOT true according to this passage?
A. You can send your works in winter.
B. Editors at Chester Press cannot correct your works.
C. You have to make sure that your works are original.
D. You will be told by e-mail if your work is published.
( ) 39. What do we know from this passage?
A. You can send your works by post.
B. You must type the works yourselves.
C. You aren’t allowed to keep your own copy.
D. Your works cannot be published without your permission.
( ) 40. Who might be interested in this passage?
A. Nurses. B. Book sellers.
C. TV reporters. D. Writers.
Many Americans have been leaving their cars at home
and riding to work on bicycles. Andy Clark is the leader of
the League of American Bicyclists. His group supports bicycling for fun, fitness and transportation.
Clark says this is good news for the environment. He says riding a bicycle to work does not burn fossil fuel or creates dangerous pollution. Experts say the effects are the most important on short trips. Shorter car trips give out more pollution into the air for each kilometer drive. This is because the car engine will give out the gas when it warms up before it can work well.
James, a member of Congress, is a strong supporter of bicycle use. He says cities, counties, state governments and state highway transportation agencies are planning the roadways of the future. They are creating roads and paths for bicycles in cities and between communities.
Last year, Portland, the Pacific Northwest city in the state of Oregon, had the highest percentage of bicycle users in the United States. Portland has been doing progressive city planning for many years to create special paths for bike riders.
( )41. What is happening in America according to the news?
A. Many Americans have lost jobs.
B. Many Americans prefer short trips.
C. There are more and more bicyclists now.
D. The pollution is getting worse and worse.
( )42. What is the closest meaning to the word “harmful” in the second paragraph?
A. Clean. B. Bad. C. Warm. D. Dry.
( )43. What is the main idea of the passage?
A. Many Americans like bike-riding for fun.
B. Short car trips can reduce pollution.
C. American government encourages people to ride bicycles.
D. Many Americans ride bicycles to support environment protection.
( )44. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Clark’s group thinks bicycling is good for health.
B. James strongly supports bicycle use.
C. Portland is one of the states in the USA.
D. Portland is planning to create special paths for bike riders.
( )45. Where can we read it possibly?
A. From a website. B. From a poster.
C. From a novel. D. From an advertisement.
46. _________(猴子) are smart. They are my favorite animals.
47. The stone is so heavy that I can’t _________(举起) it.
48. I dream of sailing across the Pacific O________.
49. How strong the w________ is! Many trees have fallen down.
50. I don’t know whether we can c_________ the train.
A: Weather report says that it will be sunny tomorrow. (51)___________ B: A picnic? Sounds great! But where will we go?
A: Let’s go to the newly-built park. OK?
A: It’s only ten minutes’ walk from here.
B: Great. I’ll take my CD player besides some food.
B: Light music. (54)___________ Would you like to have a try?
B: Then I will bring many CDs for you tomorrow. (55)___________
A: How about seven o’clock at the gate of Bank of China?
B: OK. See you then.
A: See you.
Once there was a very little beautiful, smart girl in my class. I believed she was perfect. When it came to the time for my birthday, I i_______ (56) her to my birthday, and she came. We had a very good time and e_______ (57) was very happy. I thought we had become good friends. A few months l_______ (58), it was her birthday. I bought a special necklace for her. I could not help thinking about how happy she must be opening my g_______ (59). It made me very excited to imagine the surprise on her face.
I asked her w_______ (60) her birthday party was going to be. She replied in a cold v_______ (61), “Why do you want to know? You are not invited; you are just a dork with glasses!”
Her words h_______ (62) me. I just wanted to be her friends. I felt really b_______ (63) when she said that and I just stood there to look at her. Everyone s_______ (64) by her came to stand next to me. Then we all left.
That day I came to understand that t_______ (65) someone looks perfect, he or she may not be.
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