1、by +点时间/by the time+修饰该时间的定语从句
2、take a shower
4、get in the shower
5、leave sth.+地点；区别：leave 与 forget；forget to do sth./forget doing sth.
6、get back to+地点
8、take a quick shower/have a quick breakfast
9、run off (hurry off)to+地点(to do sth.)
10、on time /in time
12、give sb. a ride
15、a costume party
16、stay up all night
18、on April Fool's Day
19、on the earth
21、be married/get married;marry sb.=be married to sb.
24、wait sb. to do sth.
27、play a joke on sb.;fool sb. make fun of sb.
28、close:①动词：关、合；②形容词、副词：靠近的、密切的：be close to sb. (sth.)
1. The Chinese all ______ when we heard Olympic Games in 2008 hold in Beijing.
2. Have you seen the fossils of human beings on _______ in the museum.
3. We must go to save people in ______.
4. They followed the g______ to a hall to see some old invention.
5. Li Lei try to _______ why he was late this morning.
1. When _____ the wine ______ (buy)?
2. We shall work on until we______ to stop. (tell)
3. Hurry! Tom, you ________ on the phone. (want)
4. Scientists try to explain the dinosaurs’ _______. (appear)
5. The Browns ________ dinner when I arrived. (have)
( )1. There are more than two _____ students in our school.
A. thousand B. thousand of C. thousands D. thousands of
( )2. The back is just near our school. Tom can’t _____ it.
A. find B. miss C. pass D. cross
( )3. They have ______ animals here to see now than before.
A. too much B. too many C. many more D. much more
( )4. We _____ lots of salt in Shichuan Province.
A. invented B. were invented C. were discovered D. discovered
( )5. _____ some tea for our guests, please.
A. Do B. Have C. Make D. Drink
( )6. “____ smoking” means you mustn’t smoke here.
A. Don’t B. Stop C. Not D. No
( )7. A group of scientists found some eggs _____.
A. in the 1920 B. in 1920s C. in the 1920s D. since 1920
( )8. Look, the ground is______ snow.
A. covering by B. covering with C. covered by D. covered with
( )9. They kept me ______ here for about half an hour.
A. wait B. waiting C. waited D. to wait
( )10. He tells us how long he _______ the new bicycle.
A. has bought B. borrowed C. has had D. produced
1. I look after the baby at home.
The baby ______ _______ after at home.
2. We can see many dinosaurs on show.
Many dinosaurs can _______ _______ on show.
3. What did you wear at the party yesterday evening?
What ______ ______ at the party yesterday evening?
4. They don’t mend the broken watch here.
The broken watch ______ _______ here.
5. Do you take your brothers to the park?
______ your brothers ______ to the park?
( )1. --- This is really a sad novel. --- _______.
A. I like it very much B. I think so C. I’m sure of it
( )2. --- How did you like the movie? --- ________.
A. It was seen happily B. It was lovely C. Well
( )3. --- Could I speak to Melissa? --- ________.
A. Yes, I am B. Sorry, I’m Du Hui C. It’s me here
( )4. --- What was the bowl used for? --- ______.
A. It was used to serve wine B. It is used for serving wine C. It was made of pottery
( )5. ---Don’t you see the sign “No Smoking”? --- ______.
A. Yes, I do. B. Sorry, I won’t C. Sorry, I don’t.
In the nineteenth century, people made many inventions. For example, the camera, the electric light and the radio. These all became a big part of our life today. People made more great inventions during the first part of the twentieth century: films with sound in 1926, the computer in 1928 and jet(喷气) planes in 1930. This was also a time when a new material was first made: nylon came out in 1935. It changed the kind of clothes people wear.
The middle part of the twentieth century brought new ways to make people healthier and let them live longer lives. By 1960, more people were able to live to be more than 60 years. By this time people had a very good life.
Of course new inventions were coming out but man now hoped to invent more. This is certainly just a beginning. More and more new inventions will help us do things we even never think of.
( )1. Electric lights, radios came out in the nineteenth century and they are important to us today.
( )2. the computer was one of the important inventions in the nineteenth century.
( )3. Nylon has been in people’s life for more than sixty years.
( )4. People found new ways to keep themselves healthier and live longer.
( )5. We had more inventions in the nineteenth century than we had in the twentieth century.
( )6. More and more inventions will change our life
Babies love chocolate and sometimes they also eat the paper around it. My cat enjoys a meal of good, thick paper, old letters, for example. She does not like newspapers very much
Of course, the best paper comes from wood. Wood comes from trees, and trees are plants. Vegetables and fruit are plants, too, and we eat a lot of them. So can we also eat wood and paper? Scientists say, "All food comes in some way from plants." Well, is that true? Animals eat grass and grow fat. Then we eat their meat. Little fish eat little sea-plants, then bigger fish swim along and eat the ……Chickens eat bits of grass and give us…… Think for a minute. What food does not come from plants in some way?
Scientists can do wonderful things with plants. They can make food just like meat and cheese. And they can make it without the help of animals. It is very good food, too. Now they have begun to say, "We make our paper from wood. We can also make food from wood. The next thing is not very difficult." What is the next thing? Perhaps it is—food from paper. Scientists say, "We can turn paper into food. It will be good, cheap food, too, cheaper than meat or fish or eggs."
So please keep your old books and letters. (Don't feed [喂] your cat.) One day, they will be on your plate, if what scientists say may come true.
1. The writer asks us to keep our old books and letters because _______.
错误！未找到引用源。A. they are useful for reading
错误！未找到引用源。B. They may be used to feed cats
错误！未找到引用源。C. We can make food from them soon
错误！未找到引用源。D. we can read them at breakfast
2. From the passage (段落)， we can infer(推断) that _______ do not come from plants in some way.
错误！未找到引用源。A. few kinds of food 错误！未找到引用源。B. meat and fish 错误！未找到引用源。C. cheese and chicken 错误！未找到引用源。D. wood and paper
In England recently three foreign gentlemen came to a bus stop and waited . About five minutes later, the bus they wanted came along. They were just going to get on when suddenly there was a loud noise behind them. People rushed onto the bus and tried to push them out of the way . Someone shouted at them. The bus conductor came rushing down the stairs to see what all the trouble was about. The three foreigners seem all at sea and looked embarrassed (窘迫的 . No one had told them about the British custom (习惯)of lining up for a bus that the first person who arrives at the bus stop is the first person to get on the bus .
Learning the language of a country isn't enough. If you want to have a pleasant visit, find out as much as possible about the manners and customs of your host country. You will probably be surprised just how different they can be from your own. A visitor to India would do well to remember that people there consider it impolite to use the left hand for passing food at table. The left hand is supposed to be used for washing yourself. Also in India, you might see a man shaking his head at another to show that he doesn't agree. But in many parts of India a shake of the head means agreement. Nodding (点头) your head when you are given a drink in Bulgaria will most probably leave you thirsty .
In that country, you shake your head to mean 'yes'— a nod means 'no' . At a meal in countries on the Arabic Peninsula, you will find that your glass is repeated refilled as soon as you drink up . If you think that you have had enough , you should take the cup or glasses in your hand and give it a little shake from side to side or place your hand over the top.
In Europe it quite usual to cross your legs when you are sitting talking to someone even at an
important meeting. Doing this in Thailand, however, could bring about trouble . Also, you should try to avoid (避免)touching the head of an adult (成人) ——it's just not done in Thailand .
1. The British people tried to push the three gentlemen out of the way, because the gentlemen _________ .
错误！未找到引用源。A. were foreigners 错误！未找到引用源。B. didn't have tickets
错误！未找到引用源。C. made a loud noise 错误！未找到引用源。D. didn't line up for the bus
2. According to the article, if you want to have a pleasant journey in a foreign country, you should _________.
错误！未找到引用源。A. learn the language of the country
错误！未找到引用源。B. understand the manners and customs of the country
错误！未找到引用源。C. have enough time and money
错误！未找到引用源。D. make friends with the people there
3. In India it is considered impolite ___________.
错误！未找到引用源。A. to use the right hand for passing food at table.
错误！未找到引用源。B. to pass food with the left hand.
错误！未找到引用源。C. to eat food with your hands.
错误！未找到引用源。D. to help yourself at table.
4. To cross one's legs at an important meeting in Europe is _______.
错误！未找到引用源。A. a common (平常的) habit
错误！未找到引用源。B. an important manner
错误！未找到引用源。C. a serious (严重的) trouble
错误！未找到引用源。D. a bad manner
5. The best title (题目) for this article is ________.
错误！未找到引用源。A. People's Everyday Life
错误！未找到引用源。B. Mind Your Manners
错误！未找到引用源。C. Shaking and Nodding Head
错误！未找到引用源。D. Taking a Bus in England