2. there be sb doing sth: 有某人正在做某事 有个男孩正在教室里睡觉。 There is a boy 3. It is + 名词 + that从句 很遗憾你没有通过这次的海选。 It is a pity that ?
hope to do sth.
▼I hope that you a good time next week.
A. will have
B. have C. would have
▼sth + happen + 地点、时间
▼sth + happen + to sb
▼sb + happen + to do sth
焦点4. belong to
1. The blue T-shirt is belonged to me.
2. The blue T-shirt is belonging to me.
3. The blue T-shirt belongs to me.
pretend not to do sth
to be doing sth
他假装他睡着了。He pretends that he
焦点6. there be sb./sth. doing
“have to ”: 不得不做??，有人称和时态的变化。
Ⅰ.mustn? t : 不允许，禁止。
You Ⅱ. must引导的一般疑问句。肯定：must; 否定：needn? t / don? t have to
eg: Must I finish homework today?
Ⅲ. must PK have to
1. ——He be in the school, I think.
——No, he be in the school. I saw him go home just now.
A. might; must B. can? t; must C. must; can? t
2. ——Excuse me, where is the zoo?
——Sorry, I don? t know. Ask that policeman. He know.
A. may B. must C. need
3. ——Look! The man at the gate be our headmaster. He is always standing there every morning. ——No, it be him. He is holding a meeting in the office now.
A. must; can? t B. must; mustn? t C. can; can? t
1. The book be Lucy? s. It has her name on it.
A. can? t B. must C. may
2. Mary doesn? t like volleyball. So this volleyball be hers.
A. mustn? t B. might C. can? t
3. ——Whoes book is this?
——It Lucy? s. She is looking for it everywhere.
A. might be B. can? t be C. belongs to
（安检）whe nentering the World Expo 3
A.can B.may C.must D.ought
2.(2011上海)39. You _____ lose your way if you walk alone in the mountains at night.
A. may B. need C. should D.ought to
3.(2010四川省成都市33. 1）-The lake is said to be dry.Is that ture?
--It _______.Look ,some kids are swimming in it.
A.must be true B.can't be true C.may not be true
4. 【2011北京】26. — Can you ride a horse?
— No. I .
A. needn't B. may not C. can't D. mustn't
5.(2011四川乐山)24. It rained heavily, so we _______ stay at home watching TV or surfing the Internet all day.
A. could B. had to C. must
用 must 或have to 来填空，注意相应的时态。
My aunt Jennifer is an actress. She be at least thirty-five years old. In spite of this(不管), she often appears on the stage as a young girl. Jennifer will take part in a new play soon. This time, she will be a girl of seventeen. In the play, she appear in a bright red dress and long black stockings(长袜). Last year in another play, she wear shot socks(短袜) and a bright, orange-coloured dress. If anyone ever asked her how old she is, she always answers, "My dear, it be terrible to be grown up!"
Vocabulary A. is presented B. points C. shows D. seems .
A. play B. game C. toy
A. will write B. won?t be in C. will be in D. will produce
A. socks instead of stockings B. stockings instead of socks
C. either socks or stockings
D. neither socks nor stockings.
1. you leave now? It? s only five o? clock. Stay for another cup of tea.
B. Must C. Can 4
2. If you make a lot of noise, you wake up your Dad.
A. may B. need C. must
3. I don? t know when my uncle , If he , I will be very happy.
A. comes; will come B. will come; will come C. will come; comes
4. ——I am sorry! I can? t go with you.
——Me, either. But if you go, A. neither do I B. so do I C. either will I
5. He works for a magazine as a/an , he is famous for his books.
A. singer B. author C. athlete
6. Jim is the only student speaks Chinese among the exchange students.
A. that B. who C. which
7. It can? t be John? s T-shirt. It? s small for him.
A. too many B. much too C. too much
8. P. E tests 50 points in the high school entrance exam.
A. look up B. make up C. fix up
9. It?A. very important B. impossible C. creative
10. ——There are many traffic happening all over the world every day.
——Yeah. Many people die in them.
A. accidents B. stories C. events
In 1608 an Englishman named Thomas Coryate travelled in Italy. He liked the country and down everything interesting. But he found one thing interesting than the others. In his diary Thomas wrote, “ the Italians eat meat, they use small forks. They do not eat with their hands because, as they say, people do not always have hands.”
Before he went back to England, Thomas Coryate bought some few .
At home Thomas has a dinner party to show the forks to his friends. When the steak (牛排) was brought out, he took out a fork and wanted to the steak as the Italians did in Italy. His friends were when they saw this. He told them what the fork was. They all said that Italians were very strange people because the fork was not easy to use at all. Thomas Coryate tried to prove that his friends were that it was easy to use the fork。 But the first of meat he took with the fork fell to the floor. His friends began to at him and he had to take the fork away.
People in England began to use forks only fifty years later.
1.A. broke B. wrote C. went
B. much B. When B. big B. dishes C. more C. Which C. dirty C. forks 5
10.A. scream B. eat B. tired B. correct B. kilo B. laugh C. cut C. surprised C. worry C. pound C. look
On a Sunday morning in 1974, Arthur Fry sat in the front chair of a church in north St. Paul, Minn. Fry was a singer in the church choir (唱诗班) as well as an engineer. He had the habit of putting little pieces of paper into his choir book, so that he could quickly find them, The problem, however, was that the papers would often fall out, causing Fry to lose his place.
But then, while listening to the Sunday sermon (布道) words, he began to think of his bookmark (书签) problem. “It was during the sermon,” Fry remembers, “that I first thought, ?What I really need is a little bookmark that will stick to the paper but will not destroy the paper when I move it.? ” That thought——a small part of a wandering mind would later became the yellow Post-it-Notes, Fry had more than twenty inventions (发明) in his life. The reason that he is such a good inventor isn?t just because he?s a good daydreamer. It?s because he? s able to pay attention to his daydreams, and to catch those moments when his daydreams lead to useful idea.
1. Fry works as a singer when people go to the church.
2. Fry often lost his place because the paper in the choir book fell out.
3. Fry was very careful when he listened to the Sunday sermon.
4. Fry wanted to have a small bookmark to help him.
5. Fry is a good daydreamer so he invented many things.
These days, cars are designed by using computers. Let? s look at how a new car is created.
Several designers talk about the new car and any good idesa that they have. The best two or three Then they can choose the best design.
They can feel if there is enough room inside and if they can reach everything.
When everything is known to be safe, the cars are made in the factory. Again, computers are used to make
clothes for B: That is strange. Maybe she? s trying to catch the bus to go to . The bus stop is in front of the next building.
A: Now she? s running back the way.
B: She must have something at home.
A: Do you know what it is?
B: Can it be her A: I don? t think so. Other women like to put their purse and many small things in it, but she doesn? t.
B: It mustt be her . She has to wear them when she reads because of her eyes.
A: I she could go to work on time.
8. bag 9. glasses 10. hope
The weather is getting hotter. If you are thirsty playing basketball or home from school. A cold drink may be just the thing. But be careful of you are drinking. Something that cool may not be good for your health. There are plenty of “energy drinks” on the market. Most of them have beautiful and cool names. The on them tell you they are helpful to yur health.
But after a careful check you may find that most energy drinks have lots of caffeine (咖啡因) in them. These drinks are aimed at young people, students, busy people and sports players. Caffeine your heart beat fast. Because of this, the International Olympic Committee has limited (限制use. Caffeine in most energy drinks is at least as strong as in a cup of coffee or tea. Scientists say that teenagers should be
7. makes 8. its 9. that 10. discouraged
Neighborhood yentas are well—known women. They spend most of their time watching people around them. The yentas have this title for this. “Yenta” is a Yiddish word. It
means a trouble maker or a talkative person. Nobody in the street is safe from their eyes or tongue.
Yentas certainly are not bad people. They pass on messages and advice. They give up-to-the-minute weather reports. They know who is doing what. They see，hear，and know all and usually repeat it. They have called themselves reporters.
Some of the yentas? neighbors think them so interested in others? things that they forget their own. Sometimes, however ,a child has to be found，or a robbery has to be reported. Then what yentas do is helpful. Every neighborhood appreciates its yentas very much. It doesn?t matter what their color，belief or accent is.
1. From the passage we know that a yenta___________
A. is famous for watching people walking
B. 1ikes talking about others
C. can be either a man or a woman
2. The word “up-to-the-minute” means___________
A. oldest B. best C. latest
3. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. We can get weather reports from yentas.
B. You can learn things about neighbors from yentas.
C. Yentas are sometimes a help to others.
1. 由于生病，他非常担心这次期末考试，因为他有许多课没上。（illness, miss）
2. 看，一只猫正在追赶一只试图从房间里逃跑的老鼠。(there be)
3. 不要用光了你所有的钱，因为你得为以后储蓄。（use up）
4. 她看起来有点害怕，肯定后面有人在追她。（look, chase）
5. 昨天晚上直到12点他才回家，他妈妈极度担心。（not??until, extremely）