一. 1. It?s your turn to _____ the room, Wang Fang.
A. clean up B. clean to C. clean-up D. clean off
2. I?m thirsty. I?d like _____ a glass of water.
A. drink B. to drink C. drinking D. drank
3. A: Must I go out for a walk now?---B: No, you _____.
A. mustn?t B. can?t C. needn?t D. may not
4. Ask him _____ come to our party tomorrow.
A. not B. not to C. doesn?t D. isn?t
5.Please remind me _____ to Mr Wang this afternoon.
A. write B. to write C. writing D. of write
6. I am a League Member. I volunteer my time _____ others.
A. help B. to help C. helping D. helped
7. I don?t know _____ kind of work I can do.
A. how B. what C. who D. why
8. A: Could you come here next week, please?---B: _______.
A. Yes, you can. B. No, you couldn?t. C. No, never. D. Yes, that?s right
9. Did you _____ much money on the car?
A. cost B. pay C. spend D. take
10. The boss in the factory often makes the workers _____ nine hours a day.
A. work B. to work C. working D. worked
11. My English teacher has a strange way of making his class and interesting.
A. boring B. convenient C. peaceful D. lively
12. Linda is her mother in many ways. For example, they are both tall and thin.
A. similar to B. kind to C. friendly to D. different from
13. — Would you love to go ? — Sure, I?d love to.
A. relaxing anything B. anything relaxing
C. relaxing somewhere D. somewhere relaxing
14.—I hear _______ students in your class like hiking on weekends.
—Yes, you are right. Exercise is good for us.
A. quite a bit B. a quite bit C. a few quite D. quite a few
15 —Have you ever been to Qufu?
—Yes. I went there last year. It?s a very ____ place.
A. educational B. dangerous C. difficult D. delicious
16. I hope Tina _____ to my birthday party next Wednesday. A. to come B. come C. came
D. will come
17. I know a place we can have a good rest.
A. where B. when C. which D. that
18. —I will go to Kunming by plane for summer vacation next week. — .
A. It?s nice of you B. I believe you can
C. Have a great time D. It will be difficult
19.— We?ll have a ____ holiday. What about going to the West Lake — Sounds great.
A. two days B. two-day C. two-days D. two-days?
20. This book is ___expensive but more useful than that one.
A. more B. less C. much D. very
21. I?d like to join the school volunteer project, but I?m not sure ______.
A. what I should do B. what should I do
C. how I should do D. how should I do
22. He _______some signs asking for old books.
A. put off B. put up C. put off D. put away
23. I would like to sail ____ the Pacific Ocean one day.
A. through B. cross C. into D. across
24___has been found out _____oil food is bad for our health.
A. That; that B. That; what C. It; whatD. It; that
25.-----where is the key？
----sorry, I _____it in the room. Let me ______it at once.
A.leave ,take B.left ,bring C left ,carry D,left , fetch
26. Look at that girl ______ name is Lucy.
A. who B. whose C. which D. whom
27.She prefers to eat outside rather than _____ at home.
A. cook B. cooking C. to cook D. cooks
28.---How do you like the pictures which ______ on show ?---I like ______ very much.
A. is, them B. are, them C. is , it D. are , it
29.She preferred staying at home _____ for a walk on Sundays last year.
A. to going B. to go C. than going D. than go
30.The book ____ he bought yesterday is very interesting.
A. / B. why C. when D. what
1.We learn 8 subjects, __________ (include) art and P.E.
2.I want to go there, because I like ______ (excite) vacation.
3.The Chinese people are really ___________ (friend).
4.It doesn?t have any ___________ (beach) there.
5.Singapore is also a _____ (wonder)place for shopping.
6. I decide_______(visit)Beijing next month.
7There are ____ （thousand）of people in the mall on National Day.
8. I have dreamed of ___(travel) all over the world in the future.
9. Thank you very much for _____ me to your party . (invite)
10. The plan has to be put off _____ the heavy rain. (由于)
Each nation has many good people who help to take care of others. For example, some high school and college students in the United States often spend many hours as volunteers in hospitals, orphanages (孤儿院) or homes for the aged. They read books to the people in these places, or they just visit them and play games with them or listen to their problems.
Other young people volunteers go and work in the homes of people who are sick or old. They paint, clean up, or repair their houses, do their shopping or mow their lawns. For boys who no longer have fathers there is an organization called Big Brothers. College students and other men take these boys to baseball games or on fishing trips and help them to get to know things that boys usually learn from their fathers.
Each city has a number of clubs where boys and girls can go to play games or learn crafts. Some of these clubs show movies or organize short trips to the mountains, the beaches, museums or other places of interest. Most of these clubs use a lot of high school and college students as volunteers because they are young enough to remember the problems of younger boys and girls Volunteers believe that some of he happiest people in the world are those who help to bring happiness to others.
( ) 1. Where can you often find volunteers in the United States?
A. At a bus-stop. B. In a park.
C. In a hospital. D. In a shop.
( ) 2. How do volunteers usually help those who are sick or old?
A. They mow their lawns, do their shopping and clean up their house. B. They cook, sew or wash their clothes.
C. They tell them stories and sing and dance for them.
D. They clean, wax and repair their cars.
( ) 3. What is Big Brothers?
A. It?s the name of a club. B. It?s a home for children who have no brothers.C. It?s the name of a film.
D. It?s an organization for boys who no longer have fathers.
( ) 4. Why so most of the boys? and girls? clubs use many high school and college students as volunteers?
A. Because they have a lot of free time.
B. Because they can still remember what they felt when they were younger.
C. Because they know how to do the work. D. Because they like younger boys and girls. 2
A middle school organized a “No TV Week” program. All the teachers, parents and students worked together for this program and most of them found it to be a very good one. The headmaster said, “The idea was not to stop watching TV completely but for the students just to find how much time they watch TV and try to use the time for other things.”
What did the students say about this “No TV Week”? One boy said, “I can?t believe I haven?t watch TV for a week, but it?s been fun doing it.” A girl student said, “I?m going to give up all TV program except for ?Our Animal World? and other language-teaching program. I?m really pleased that I have more time to do things like walking and thinking. I enjoy this ?No TV Week? very much…” But not all the students thought it was good. Here one student Tom said something different, “I don?t like ?No TV Week? because I like watching TV. I have lots of favorite programs and I don?t want to miss them. But we have to do it.”
( ) 1. “No TV Week” program was organized ______.
A. for all the students in the country B. by one middle school
C. in middle schools all over the country D. by teachers all over the country
( ) 2. The aim of “No TV Week” program is to _____.
A. let students watch TV for long
B. stop students watching TV completely
C. let students find much time to watch TV
D. ask students to find time for other things
( ) 3. Watching no TV was _______ what the boy thought.
A. as hard as B. not harder than C. harder than D. easier than
( ) 4. The girl decided ___________.
A. only to watch some of the TV programs
B. not to watch TV at allC. to watch no TV at all
D. to watch TV all the time
( ) 5. ________________ took part in “No TV Week”.
A. All the teachers, students and parents B. None of the students in the school
C. Not all the students in the school D. All the teachers in the school except one
Finland is a great country to visit, especially for relaxing. It is easy to find peace and quiet there because much of the country is covered with forests. It also has rolling hills and thousands of lakes and islands. Depending on the season, visitors can take pleasure in bird-watching, hiking, fishing and other outdoor activities. There is even a part of Finland where people can easily view the beautiful Auro Borealis, also known as Northern Lights.
Basically, if you are a nature lover, you will discover plenty to enjoy in Finland. You will also find that the people of Finland are easy-going. This might be because they spend a lot of time relaxing together in saunas(桑拿室). Finland even has a contest that is about spending time in one sauna. In the Sauna World Championships, people try to stay as long as they can in a hot sauna. In the Sauna World Championships, people try to stay as long as they can in a hot sauna. This is really a sweaty competition! Finland is always voted as one of the best places in the world to live. From its capital of Helsinki to its numerous(众多的) lakes and forests, Finland is truly one of the world?s greatest treasures.
( )46. The reason why Finland is great for visitors is that ________.
A. There are a lot of lakes, islands and hills.B. It is a country where people can relax themselves.
C. Northern lights can be easily seen. D. They can take part in the Sauna World Championships.
( )47. What do you think the visitors can NOT enjoy when visiting Finland?
A. fishing B. a long walk
C. a natural view D.bird-catching
( )48.What might be the reason why the people of Finland are easy-going?
A. They enjoy relaxing in saunas.
B. They enjoy the fresh air in Finland.
C. They were born easy-going.
D. Finland is truly one of the world?s greatest countries.
( )49.What does the underlined word “sweaty” mean in paragraph 2?
A. terrible B. useful C. relaxed D. sweat-covered
( )50.What is the main idea of the passage?
A. The introduction of Finland. B. Finland－Paradise(天堂) for visitors.
C. Becautiful view of Finland. D. Welcome to take part in the Sauna World Championship.