( )1.—Where are Maria and Kangkang?
—They _____ England.
A. have been to B. are away C. have gone to D. had been in
( )2._____ the Great Green Wall, the land produces (生产出) more crops.
A. Thanks for B. Thanks to C. Thank to D. Thank for
( )3.I think that you have made so rapid _____ in math.
A. a progress B. progress C. progresses D. progressed
( )4.—How do you like Beijing, Miss Read?
—I’ve no idea. I _____ there.
A. have gone B. have been C. haven’t been D. haven’t gone
( )5.The family was _____ poor _____ they couldn’t buy a TV set.
A. so; that B. not; until C. not; but D. so; but
( )6.—_____ my daughter is only ten years old, she knows a lot.
—What a clever girl!
A. Because B. Whether C. Though D. So
( )7.—Have you seen my brother?
—Yes. I _____ him in the library five minutes ago.
A. met B. have met C. meet D. have been met
( )8.The Greens _____ China for seven years.
A.have come to B.have been to C.have come in D.have been in
( )9.t’s necessary for you _____ exercise every day.
A.taking B.to take C.take D.takes
( )10.—_____ you _____ your homework yet?
—Yes, I _____ it ten minutes ago.
A.Did; do; finished B.Have; done; have finished
C.Have; done; finished D.Will; do; finish
( )11.Xi’an is a city with many places of interest and _____ tourists come here every year.
A.thousand of B.thousand C.thousands D.thousands of
( )12.This is the most beautiful park I have _____ visited.
A.ever B.yet C.never D.already
( )13.—Can you write the number eighty-five thousand, six hundred and twenty-six?
—Yes, it is _____.
A.85,626 B.856,620 C.58,662 D.58,626
( )14.Now most families have only one child _____ our country’s one-child policy.
A.so B.because C.because for D.because of
( )15.—David has made great progress recently.
—_____, and _____.
A.So he has; so you have B.So he has; so have you
C.So has he; so have you D.So has he; so you have
( )16.China has the _____ population in the world.
A.smallest B.most C.largest D.large
( )17.Compared with last year, our pay _____ about ￥500 every month.
A.has increased by B.has increased
C.increased by D.increased to
( )18.—It seems _____ you like to work with children.
—Yes, they are so lovely.
A.that B.what C.to D.as
( )19.In our class _____ of the students are girls.
A.third fifths B.third fifth C.three fifth D.three fifths
( )20.She has _____ this car for nearly ten years.
A.buy B.bought C.have D.had
( )21.—Is it interesting to play computer games?
—Yes, _____ you are interested in playing computer games, you’ll have trouble giving it up.
A.once B.twice C.as D.as soon as
( )22.The supermarket provides customers _____ plastic bags for free.
A.on B.with C.of D.in
( )23.The traffic in the city _____ be terrible, but now it has improved a lot. I think you will
_____ it soon.
A.use to; use to B.get used to; used to
C.used to; get used to D.get used to; use to
( )24.His father has worked in this factory _____ he came here in 1980.
A.since B.for C.when D.how long
( )25.She _____ great progress in the past 2 years.
A.made B.had made C.has made D.make
A: Have you ever read the novel Jane Eyre?
A: What a pity! It’s a wonderful book.
B: Well, I’ve been waiting to read it for a long time, but I can’t get a copy. The library has only three copies. A: Well, If you like, I’ll lend it to you.
B: Thank you. By the way, when can I get it?
A: Will you please come to my house after school?
Life in the 21st century will be different from that in the 20th century, because many changes in the new century, what will the changes be?
First, the population is growing very fast. There more and more people in the world and most of them will live longer than before. Computers will be smaller and more useful, and there will be one in every home. And computer studies will be one of the most important in schools.
Second, people will work fewer hours than they did in the 20th century, and they’ll have more free time for sports, TV and traveling. Traveling will be even cheaper and easier. And more people will go to countries for holidays.
Third, there will be changes in our food, too. People will use more land new towns and houses. Then there will be less room for cows and sheep, so meat will be more expensive. Maybe no one will eat it every day, instead, they will eat more vegetables and fruit. Maybe people will be healthier.
Last, work in the future will be , too. Robots will do the dangerous and hard work. Because of this, many people won’t have enough work to do. This will be a problem.
( )16.A.take place B.take the place C.will happen D.have taken place
( )17.A.but B.and C.so D.or
( )18.A.will be B.will have C.are D.have
( )19.A.very B.quite C.much D.too
( )20.A.at most B.at least C.more than D.less than
( )21.A.classes B.lessons C.topics D.subjects
( )22.A.watch B.watching C.see D.seeing
( )23.A.another B.the other C.other D.others
( )24.A.build B.builds C.for build D.to build
( )25.A.dangerous B.difficult C.different D.the same
Each nation has many people who help to take care of others. For example, some high school and college students in the U.S.A. often spend many hours as volunteers in the hospitals, orphanages (孤儿院) or rest homes. 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 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 (割，修剪) their lawns. For boys who no longer have fathers, there is an organization called Big Brothers. College students and some other men take these boys to baseball games or fishing trips and help them 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. Some of these clubs show films or organize short trips to the mountains or some places of interest. Most of these clubs use a lot of high school and college students as volunteers because they are young enough to know the problems and needs of young boys and girls.
Volunteers believe that some of the happiest people in the world are those who help to bring happiness to others.
( )26.In America, it takes most of high school and college students little time to be volunteers in
hospitals, orphanages or rest homes.
( )27.Some young volunteers can go and play in the homes of people who are sick or old.
( )28.If a boy has no father, he can get to know things that boys usually learn from their fathers
in an organization called Big Brothers.
( )29.Most of the clubs don’t like to use the high school and college students as volunteers
because they’re too young to remember anything.
( )30.If you bring happiness to others, you will feel happy too.
7.The Great Green Wall has ________ controlling sandstorms (沙尘暴).
8.I have some ________ in learning English.
9.He ________ a great scientist.
10.Some parents in ________ developed areas prefer boys to girls.
He often helps the students .