( )1. If I _____ you, I _____ there with him. A. were; would go B. were; will go C. am; would D. am; will go ( )2. If he _____ there yesterday, he would _____ the computer. A. went; buy B. had gone; buy C. went; have bought D. had gone; have bought ( )3. He might help you even though he _____ a lot of work to do. A. has B. had C. would have D. has had ( )4. It seems as if he _____ the exam. A. had passed B. has passed C. passed D. passes ( )5. I do wish that I _____ there with you tomorrow. A. would go B. will go C. had gone D. can go ( )6. What if your brother borrow your clothes _____ permission? A. except B. without C. but D. not ( )7. How do you get _____ your English study? A. along B. with C. along with D. with along ( )8. Look! There are _____ stars in the sky. A. million of B. two millions C. two million of D. millions of ( )9. I’d rather stay at home than _____ to Larry’s birthday party. A. go B. to go C. going D. gone ( )10. Could you _____ good solutions to these problems? A. come up to B. come up with C. come up forD. come up at ( )11. He shouldn’t worry about what _____ people are wearing. A. else B. other C. others D. the other ( )12. What _____ do you want to tell us? A. else B. other C. others D. the other ( )13. He is so _____ that he isn’t afraid of speaking in public. A. shy B. friendly C. confident D. energetic ( )14. He can’t speak Japanese _____. A. after all B. all at C. in the slightest D. at last ( )15. The table is covered _____ a clean cloth. A. with B. on C. under D. for ( )16. Hurry up. Lucy has cut herself _____. A. by an accident B. by accident C. for accident D. in accident ( )17. We must always hide medicine _____ children. A. with B. for C. without D. from ( )18. “Whose is this pen?” “I think it _____ be Jim’s, but I’m not sure.” A. must B. might C. mustn’t D. can’t ( )19. You must stop _____. You should know the _____ of smoking. A. to smoke; danger B. smoking; danger C. to smoke; dangerous D. smoking; dangerous
( )20. He always _____ before a big exam. Please give him some advice.
A. is excited B. gets exciting C. gets nervous D. is nervous ( )21. I’m sorry I _____ my exercise book at home. A. forgot B. missed C. left D. dropped ( )22. What do you _____ the problem? A. do B. do with C. deal D. deal with
( )23. She kept watching TV _____ into the night because she was _____ attracted by the play. A. deep; deep B. deeply; deeply C. deep; deeply D. deeply; deep ( )24. I really want a cat, but my father won’t let me have _____. A. it B. one C. that D. cat
( )25. We are going to have the final exam tomorrow. All the books must _____ out of the classroom. A. are moved B. be moved C. are moving D. be moving ( )26. The earth is our home. We must _____ the land, air and water clean. A. get B. let C. keep D. take
( )27. I think students shouldn’t _____ to do too much homework. We’d better _____ them enough time to do sports. A. be allowed; leave B. allow; leave C. be allowed; to leave D. allow; to leave ( )28. Don’t be nervous. You should get yourself _____. A. relax B. relaxes C. relaxing D. relaxed ( )29. My parents have worked in that factory _____. A. last year B. two years ago C. since two years D. since two years ago ( )30. I would rather _____ TV than _____ homework at home. A. watch; do B. watch; to do C. to watch; do D. to watch; to do ( )31. Lucy always _____ shy when she speak in public. A. looks like B. feels C. sounds D. seem ( )32. _____ are you getting along with your classmates? A. How B. What C. Where D. How much ( )33. “_____ is the price of the dictionary?” “It’s $20.” A. How much B. How many C. How D. What
( )34. “_____ is the population of Sichuan, do you know?” “It’s about 10 million.” A. How much B. How many C. How D. What ( )35. We’ll go to the farm to help farmers if it _____ rain tomorrow. A. isn’t rain B. doesn’t rain C. won’t rain D. haven’t rained ( )36. I don’t know when he _____. When he _____, I will call you at once. A. will come; will come B. will come; comes C. comes; will come D. comes; comes ( )37. He wanted to _____ what had happened outside. A. look for B. find C. find out D. look up ( )38. The problem is too difficult for us to _____. A. work out B. work it out C. work them out D. work out it ( )39. Don’t be too strict with him. He is just a _____ boy. A. five-years-old B. five years old C. five-year-olds D. five years old’s
( )40. If I _____ a million dollars, I would give it to medical research. A. will have B. have C. had D. am having
A How can you think in English? I think the best way is to practice as what a football player does every day. During won’twords that you use daily, simple everyday words book or shoe or tree. For example, whenever you a “ book” you should think of it in English instead of your mother language, After you have learned to think of several words in English, then move on to the next step –’( )1. A. practice B. break C. game D. day ( )2. A. wait for B. think about C. look at D. give up ( )3. A. allow B. train C. tell D. ask ( )4. A. in B. about C. like D. from ( )5. A. buy B. keep C. borrow D. see ( )6. A. sentences B. passages C. lessons D. classes ( )7. A. idea B. step C. way D. plan ( )8. A. which B. whether C. how D. why ( )9. A. harder B. less C. later D. more ( )10. A. remember B. stop C. start D. finish
A Most people have flown kites or have seen one ride and dip in a strong spring wind. Not so many people know that kites were first made in China thousands of years ago. The ancient（古代的）Chinese people were making and flying kites even before they were writing. A long time ago, the Chinese made kites to use in wars. They would fly these war kites in the dark. The kites were fixed so that they made strange sounds. Men who were at war with them would hear these sounds and run away. They thought those sounds were made by gods in the sky. The ancient Chinese also flew kites to bring good luck and to make their crops grow rich and tall. Sometimes they tied long strings（绳子）and hooks（钩）to their kites. Then they would fly the kites over water, letting the hooks hang down to catch fish. The Chinese use sticks, strings and paper for their kite. Some of these kites look like animals or trees. Others look like birds or houses.
( )1. The main idea of the first paragraph is that _____. A. kites were first made in China B. most of us have flown or see one C. the ancient Chinese were making kites before they were writing D. the ancient Chinese were good at making kites ( )2. In ancient China kites could be used for _____. A. catching fish B. helping people fly
C. watering the crops D. helping people walk in the dark
( )3. The ancient Chinese used kites in wars because the kites _____. A. could bring good luck B. looked like animals C. could help them win a war D. could fly high ( )4. The Chinese usually use _____ their kites. A. sticks, strings and grass B. strings, hair and wood C. paper, strings and sticks D. paper, ropes and hooks ( )5. What is the best title of the passage? A. Lucky Kites B. Strange Kites C. Beautiful Kites D. Chinese Kites
To master a language one must be able to speak and understand the spoken language as well as to read and write. Lenin and his wife translated a long English book into Russian, but when they went to England in 1902, English people couldn’t understand a word Lenin and his wife said. And Lenin and his wife couldn’t understand what was said to them. This shows the importance of spoken language. Speaking, of course, can’t go without listening. If you want to pronounce a word correctly, first you must hear it correctly. The sounds of Chinese and English languages are not exactly the same. If you don’t listen carefully, you will find it difficult or even impossible to understand the native speakers. Well, what about writing? Like speaking, it’s to exchange idea. People usually use shorter words and shorter sentences in their writing. The important thing is to make your idea clear in your mind and then to write it in a clear lively language. Chinese students read too slowly. If you read fast, you understand better. If you read too slowly, by the time you have reached to the end of a page you have forgotten what the beginning is about. When you meet with new words, don’t look them up in the dictionary. Guess the meaning to You may not guess quite correctly the first time, but as new words appear again and again in different context, their meaning will become clearer and clearer. If you look up every word, you’ll never finish a book. Students of a foreign language need a particular（特别的）knowledge, the knowledge of the life, history and geography of the people whose language they are studying. They should study those subjects in the foreign language, not only in translation. In this way one can kill two birds with one stone: learn a foreign language and get some knowledge of the foreign country at the same time. ( )1. In England, Lenin _____. A. could be understand by Englishmen B. and Englishmen could understand each other C. could understand Englishmen D. and Englishmen couldn’t understand each other ( )2. In the first paragraph the writer tells us _____ A. how to speak English B. why English people couldn’t understand the Lenins C. how to read and write D. why spoken language is important
( )3. “Kill two birds with one stone” means _____. A. to get more than what one pays B. to get some particular knowledge
C. the stone is useful D. the birds are blind enough ( )4. Which of the following is RIGHT? A. When you meet with new words while reading, you should look them up. B. Reading fast is better than reading slowly. C. The Lenins didn’t know English at all. D. When we study a language, we only study the translation. ( )5. In the fifth paragraph the writer advised us on how to _____. A. guess the meaning of the words B. read slowly C. read carefully D. look up new words in a dictionary
some for you.
◆ Before you answer the questions, if you feel a little nervous, take a few deep breaths to help you relax.
◆ Always read the questions carefully and make sure that you understand them. Read them a few times if possible. ◆ Find out how much each question is worth or how many points you need. ◆ If it asks you only one answer, only write one.
◆ If there is a difficult question, don’t worry. Go on to the next question and come back to it if you have time. ◆ Try not to leave question unanswered when you finish the test. Sometimes a guess may get you points.
◆ When you finish, go back and check your answers. You will need to check your writing for spelling mistakes. ( )61. From the passage, we know we should _____ to help ourselves relax if we feel a little nervous. A. take a few deep breaths B. ask the teacher for help C. go out for a walk
( )62. To make sure we understand the questions, we had better _____. A. read them fast B. read them slowly C. read them few times if possible ( )63. When we finish answering all the questions, we need to _____. A. hand in at once B. check the answers C. check with classmates ( )64. The underlined word “ in the passage means _____. A. 策略 B. 思维 C. 途径
( )65. Which of the following is NOT RIGHT according to the passage? A. Try not to leave questions unanswered when we finish the test. B. If it asks us to give one answer, we’d better write more. C. Sometimes we should guess the answers to get points.
A: Are you going to wear your school uniform? A: You can’t do that.
They ask us to wear our school uniforms today. We will plant trees on the hill together. I think you
should follow them. A: Let’ B: I agree with you.
1. What should I do if I don’t know __________（任何人）.
2. He’s always __________（精力充沛的）, and never gets tired. 3. You should ask for __________（允许）before using others’ things. 4. We should keep a __________（急救）book at home.
5. Then put the burned area under cold __________（流动的）water.
But some teachers don’mobile phones to school. They say their parents to it to school. Some other teachers say students shouldn’t have mobile phones at school ’t listen to the teachers carefully in class. bring them to school. Some middle schools have stopped students from using mobile phones school hours.
1. If I __________ ( be ) you, I __________ ( say ) sorry to him. 2. Take this __________ ( medical ) and you will get better soon.
3. You should learn how to pronounce the words __________ ( correct ). 4. Do you know Dr. Wise who is a __________ ( knowledge ) person. 5. If it __________ ( not rain ) tomorrow, we’ll go swimming. 6. If I _________ ( have ) time, I’d go to Hong Kong for a visit. 7. Hello, everyone. Let me introduce __________ ( me ).
8. Tell her to ask my permission before __________ ( borrow ) something next time. 9. It seems __________ ( terribly ) to visit a lonely house on dark nights. 10. The students stopped the man from __________ ( pollute ) the river. 11. __________ ( thousand ) of people are going to Hailan for vacation. 12. If you went bed early, you wouldn’t be so __________ ( sleep ) in class. 13. If he had more time, he would study Chinese __________ ( medicine ). 14. Mr. Smith said he was interested in __________ ( medical ) research. 15. We know English __________ ( speak ) most widely in the world.
16. What would you do if your friend borrow your thing without __________ ( permit )
17. As a clerk in service business you should make yourself look __________ ( friend ).
18. If you __________ ( come ) here yesterday, you’d meet Mr. Brown.
19. It’s more than two years since I __________ ( learn ) English.
20. You should come to school __________ ( early ) next time.
21. When he heard the news, he hardly knew what __________ ( say ).
22. She is afraid of give a __________ ( speak ) in front of the whole school.
23. The __________ ( bore ) TV show made us __________ ( bore ).
24. She preferred staying at home to __________ ( go ) to John’s birthday party.
25. Which do you like __________ ( well ), coffer or green tea?
以“If I were the headmaster”为题，写一篇不少于70词的短文。