Unit 9 Can you come to my party?
1）on Saturday afternoon 在周六下午
4）go to the doctor 去看医生
7）come to the party 来参加聚会
10）too much homework 太多作业
13）last fall 去年秋天
16）on the weekend 在周末 2）have to 不得不 3）prepare for 为......做准备 6）help my parents 帮助我的父母 9）go to the party 去聚会 12）another time 其他时间 5）have the flu 患感冒 8）meet my friend 会见我的朋友 11）go to the movies 去看电影 14）hand out 闲逛；常去某处 15）after school 放学后 17）visit grandparents 拜访祖父母 18）study for a test 为考试学习
20）the day after tomorrow 后天 21）have a piano lesson 上钢琴课 19）the day before yesterday 前天
22）look after 照看；照顾 23）accept an invitation 接受邀请 24）turn down an invitation拒绝邀请
25）take a trip 去旅行 26）at the end of this month 在这个月末 27）look forward to 期盼；期待
28）the opening of ...... ........的开幕式或落成典礼 29）reply in writing 书面回复
30）go shopping 去购物
33）not .....until 直到......才
1）invite sb.to do sth. 邀请某人做某事
2）what 引导的感叹句结构: What +a /an +形容词+可数名词单数（+主语+谓语）！
3）help sb.(to) do sth. 帮助某人做某事
4）be sad to do sth. 做某事很悲伤
5）see sb. do sth. 看见某人做某事 31）do homework 做家庭作业 32）go to the concert 去听音乐会 see sb. doing sth. 看见某人正在做某事
6）the best way to do sth. 做某事最好的方式
7）have a surprise party for sb. 为某人举办一个惊喜派对
8）look forward to doing sth. 期盼做某事
9）reply to sth. / sb. 答复某人/某事
10）What’s today? 今天是什么日子？
What’s the date today? 今天是几月几号？
What day is it today? 今天是星期几？
1.I have ________ (a) exam on Monday so I must study for it.
2.Tony invites us _________ (play) soccer with him tomorrow.
3.He will not refuse _________ (help) you. Don’t worry.
4.Who is making the _______ (invite), do you know?
5.I can bring Lingling here without _________ (tell) him.
( )1. --- What are you doing, Tom? --- I am preparing _________ the math test?
A. to B. with C. for D. on
( )2. He can come to your party, because he is not busy. He is ________.
A. available B. surprised C. busy D. sad
( )3. My family and I _________ looking forward to _________ my grandparents.
A. am; visit B. are; visit C.am; visiting D. are; visiting
C. surprising; surprised
D. surprised; surprising
( )4. I think you can be _______ at the _______ news.
A. surprised; surprised B. surprising; surprising
( )5. You can play tennis _______ Saturday morning with me. A. at B. in C. on D. for ( )6. ---Thanks for _________me a lot.
--- You’re welcome.
--- Sure, I’d love___________.
A. help B. to help C. helping ( )7. --- Can you hang _______ with us on Sunday?
A. out; to B. out; / C. /; to D. /; / ( )8. Don’t worry. Tom isn’t leaving _________ next month. A. because B. until C. after ( )9. I have __________ homework to do this weekend.
A. too many B. too much C. many too ( )10. __________ great idea! That sounds great. A. What Ⅲ.完形填空
B. What a
D. when D. much too D. How a
Mr. Smith and Mrs. Brown were neighbors. One day Mr. Smith came to Mrs. Brown’s a big bottle from her. Mrs. Brown asked him in and 3 one for him. Mr. Smith 4 it and went back. When he it the next day, he gave her another small one and said, “It has had a baby.”A few days later he came to borrow the again. Mrs. Brown out another bottle and said with a smile, “Here’s the baby. It has grown up. It’s 9 .You may 10 it as long as you like.” ( )1. A. office ( )2. A. buy ( )3. A. lent ( )4. A. told ( )5. A. showed ( )6. A. never ( )7. A. baby ( )8. A. took
B. car B. borrow B. sold B. saw B. washed B. always B. bottle B. looked
C. house C. look C. found C. helped C. returned C. just C. money C. went
D. shop D. ask D. made
D. got D. thanked D. nearly D. car D. used
( )9. A. small B. the same C. broken D. beautiful ( )10. A. open B. drink C. keep D. grow IV.阅读理解
My brother, John, is a college student. Last year he went to Italy and stayed for two months. I was surprised that John was able to have such a long holiday, because he never had any money.
“How did you manage it, John?” I asked. “I thought you were going to stay for two weeks.”
“It was easy,” John answered. “I got a job.”
“A job?” I asked in surprise. “What did you do?”
“I gave English lessons to a shop manager,” John answered.
“His name is Luigi. We have become good friends.” “But you’re not a teacher,” I said.
“I told Luigi I couldn’t teach,” John explained. “But he insisted on having conversation (会话) lessons. He wanted to practice his English. He had a lot of American customers, so it was important for him to speak English. I spent three hours a day talking to him. In return he gave me a room, three meals a day and a little pocket of money.”
“Did your pupil learn much English?” I asked.
“I don’t know,” John said, “but I learned a lot of Italian.”
1. The writer was surprised that John was able to stay in Italy for ______.
A. a week B. two months C. two weeks
2. John was able to have a long holiday in Italy because ______.
A .he was a shop manager
C. he taught a shop manager to learn English
3. John’ s pupil was ______.
A. an American B.an Englishman C. a Chinese
4. How long did John spend talking to his pupil every day? D.an Italian D. two years B. he had a lot of money D .he worked in a shop as an assistant
A. Two hours. B. Twenty minutes. C. Three hours. D. Thirty minutes.
5. --- Why did the shop manager ask John to teach him English? ---Because ______.
A. he was an Italian
C. he was a shop manager B. he liked English very much D. he had many American customers
It was a very hot day, and there were no trees along the street. Mr Smith closed his shop earlier than usual for a very important appointment. He went out into the street and began walking to the bus stop. He was very fat. The sun was shining brightly down the street, soon he was sweating all over（浑身是汗）.
A small boy came out of another shop in the street and followed Mr Smith. He stayed very near him all the time, and he kicked（踢）Mr Smith’s shoes for several times. Mr Smith looked at him angrily each time.
After the fourth time, Mr Smith stopped, turned round and said to the small boy, “What are you doing? Stop following me like that! You’re going to hurt my feet.”
“I’m sorry, but don’t stop me, please!” the small boy said, “ It’s very hot today and there isn’t any other shade in the street!”
If you were the boy, what would you do during such a hot day?
51. The story would most probably happen in _______.
A. spring B. summer C. winter
52. Mr Smith was a ___________.
A. shop owner B. bank clerk C. bus driver
53. Mr Smith was going to a appointment __________.
A. by bus B. on foot C. by car
54. The underlined word “shade” infers to a place which is ________.
A. wetter B. cooler C. hotter
55. The boy kept follow Mr Smith in the street because in his eyes Mr Smith was like _________.
A. the sun B. a map C. a tree
The expression “ go for it” comes from football. Not football as it is played in most countries, but the kind of football in the United States and Canada.
American football is a difficult game to explain. But the basic idea is that each team tries to move the football across the goal line of the other team. One of the rules is that a team must move the ball forward（向前）at least ten yards ----- a little less than ten meters ----- in four attempts. It loses the ball to the other team if it fails to move that far.
One of the most exciting times in football comes when a team has failed, after three attempts, to move the ball forward ten yards. Then the team must take an important decision.
One choice is to try a fourth and final time. If the team succeeds, it keeps the ball, and continues to move forward. But if it fails, the other team gets the ball at that place on the field.
The second choice is to kick the ball. The team gives up the ball if it makes this choice. But a good kick can put the other team at the far end of the field, making it more difficult for that team to score.
People watching a football game are certain to shout their advice. Some will shout, “Kick the ball!” But others will urge the team to take a chance, to live dangerously. “ Go for it !” They will shout.
56. “go for it!” is an expression which comes from a sports game that Picture ____ shows.
57. The second paragraph（段落）mainly tells us about the ______ of the game.
A. teams B. fields C. four
58. A team has ________ choices after three unsuccessful attempts.
A. two B. three C. four
59. After four attempts, if a team fails to move the ball forward ten yards, they’ll _____ the ball.
A. keep B. lose C. kick
60. When people shout, “go for it”, they hope the team chooses to ________.
A. kick the ball B. try a fourth time C. give up the ball