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26. –What can I do for you?
A. it’s nothing. B. just have a look C. of course, you can. D. very well, thank you.
27. –I missed the basketball game between Rocket and Lakers yesterday.
--________They’re your favorite.
A. Never mind. B. Come on. C. What a pity! D. You’d better not.
28. –Mary, if anyone asks for me, tell them I’m out, and ask them to ____ their names and telephone numbers. --OK.
A. copy B. write C. repeat D. leave
29. –What smells terrible, Bob?
--I’m sorry. I’ll ____ my socks and wash them right now.
A. get away B. move away C. take away D. put away
30. Jack overslept this morning. The school bus ____ by the time he hurried to the stop.
A. went B. has gone C. had gone D. would go
31. –Is this a photo of your daguther? She looks _____ in the yellow dress.
A. friendly B. lovely C. quietly D. happily
32. –Could you let me drive your car?
--Sorry, you ____
A. can’t B. couldn’t C. needn’t D. shouldn’t
33. –Why not come and join us in the game?
--_______. But I must meet Mr. Smith at his office now.
A. I’d like to B. Let’s go C. Yes, please D. It’s a pleasure.
34. –How many children have you got?
--Two, and _______of them are studying in the university.
A. both B. all C. either D. neither
35.--I find the Internet is so closely connected with our daily life.
--That’s true. Can you _______ a life without it?
A. expect B. hope C. imagine D. appreciate
36. –The music is beautiful.
--I think so. It maes me think of _________ a running stream.
A. picture B. photo C. voice D. sound
37. –Could you go and watch the football game with you?
--I’m afraid not, ______ you have a ticket.
A. if B. unless C. though D. since
38. Some of my friends eat with their eyes. They prefer to order what _______ nice.
A. feels B. smells C. tastes D. looks
39. –Could I have an early call ______5:30 tomorrow morning?
--Yes, I think so.
A. on B. at C. in D. to
40. –Can I join you?
--Certainly. We are talking about ________.
A. when are we going to the museum B. how will we go to the museum
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C. whether we’ll choose the museum D. who should we ask to go with
I checked my purse but had no coins. I always give money to cancer research—I had lost dear friends and family members to the disease and wanted to do my little part to help find the cure. (治疗)
―I’ll bring your some money when I come back, ‖ I __41__ the little boy.
―Thank you!‖ he smiled and sneezed. (打喷嚏) X|k | B| 1 . c|O |m
I looked at him. If you have ever seen little children who refuse to come out of cold wter, you know the _42__ of his lips. He was frozen.
I went into the mall and did my shopping quickly. Now I had __43_ to give to him. I also _44___ a pair of mittens, blue ones.
The boy stood right where he had __45__.
―OK, now give me your list, ‖ I said to the boy and he handed it over with a pen.
I looked at the __46__ lines. A few signatures (签名) were there and I could see others had given a few coins too. Nothing much, but at least he had __47_ some money.
―Do you need to get all these lines __48__?‖
―Yes. Or no, I don’t have to, __49__ I want to.‖
―In this cold weather? Why would you want that?‖
―Because my best friend Pete has leukemia (白血病). I want to help him, ‖he said __50__.
I took the blue mittens out of my bags.
―Here, I got those for you,‖ I said and pushed the mittens into his hands.‖Please take them.‖ I noticed you had ___51_ ours at home.
―Thank you! Very kind of you!‖ he said and actually bowed(鞠躬). ―Now I _52___ stand here a lot longer than I thought!‖
―Well, what do you get for yourself? Will they give you something as a __53__ for doing this?‖
―Oh, yes!‖ the boy said __54__. ―They sure do!‖
―What do you get then?‖I asked, hoping to __55__ he got some nice toys.
He was smiling broadly now. ―I get a new, empty list!‖ he smiled.
41. A. supposed B. paid C. refused D. promised
42. A. shape B. size C. color D. taste
43. A. coins B. food C. medicine D. gifts
44. A. borrowed B. bought C. made D. ordered
45. A. come B. gone C. been D. showed
46. A. straight B. empty C. colorful D. ugly
47. A. earned B. spent C. offered D. collected
48. A. written B. filled C. painted D. covered
49. A. but B. and C. or D. so
50. A. carefully B. loudly C. silently D. seriously
51. A. lost B. stored C. forgotten D. hidden
52. A. must B. have to C. can D. need
53. A. thank B. fact C. reason D. result
54. A. suddenly B. happily C. angrily D. sadly
55. A. say B. write C. hear D. agree
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A. a letter to Kate B. an advertisement about a farm C. a report of a visit D. a story of a farm
57. How many animals are mentioned in the reading?
A. Two B. Three C. Four D. Five
58. The first thing on the farm the write notice was ______
A. two horses B. noise C. the smell D. the tractor
59. We know from the reading that the writer visited the farm _______
A. by himself B. for the first time C. with Mr. Smith D. by tractor
60. It seemed that the writer liked _____ the most.
A. the corn fields B. milking the cows C. two old horses D. the smell of animals
Walking home from school one day, I saw Dan, a kid from my school, on the other side of the road. I said to myself, ―He must be a real nerd,‖ as he was carrying a lot of books. As I continued walking, I saw a group of kids run into Dan, knocking his books out of his arms and pushing him so he fell over. So, I ran over to help him, and as we were picking up his books, I saw tears in his eyes.
As I helped him stand up, I said, ―Those kids are stupid.‖ He looked at me and said, ―Thanks.‖ There was a grateful smile on his face.
We started talking and soon realize that we lived near each other. We talked all the way home. Dan turned out to be a pretty cool kid. We hung out all weekend and the more I got to know Dan, the more I liked him. Dan and I became best friends.
Over the next four years, he became more popular and all the kids loved him. In our senior year, Dan got the best grades in our clas, and had to give a speech for graduation.
As Dan stated his speech, he looked at me. ―Graduation is a time to thank the people who helped you survive those tough years—your parents, your teachers, but mostly your friends. Being a friend is the best gift you can give. I’m going to tell you the story.‖ I just looked at Dan in amazement as he told the story of the first day we met. He had planned to drop out of school and run away from home that weekend. Dan talked of how he had emptied his locker so his mom wouldn’t have to do it later and was carrying all ofhis books home. He looked hard at me and gave me a little smile. ―Thankfuly, I was saved. My friend saved me from making a huge mistake.‖ Everyone looked at Dan in shock as he told us about his weakest moment.
61. How long have the writer and Dan been friends?
A. less than 4 years B. more than 4 years C. almost 3 years D. just 4 years
62. What did Dan have to do at the end of the story?
A. To thank the writer for the help B. To tell a story about his friends
C. To make a speech for graduation D. To say good words to the teachers
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63. It’s clear that ____
A. the story happened in school B. Dan had planned to leave away from his parents
C. those stupid kids didn’t want Dan to be the best D. the writer failed to become Dan’s best friends
64. Dan’s speech showed that ____
A. his parents gave him the most help B. he was thankful to those stupid kids
C. the writer should be thanked the most D. it was easy for him to be the best
65. The best title of the reading should be ______
A. Those Stupid Students B. Wonderful Graduation C. Dan’s Hard Four Years D. My Best Friend Dan
After 21 years of marriage, my wife wanted me to take another woman out to dinner and see a movie. She said, ―I love you, but I know this other woman loves you too, and she would love to spend some time with you.‖
The other woman that my wife wanted me to visit was my mother, who has been a widow (寡妇) for 19 years, but my busy work and my three children had made it impossible to visit her often.
That night I called to invite her to go out for dinner.
She thought about it for a moment, and then said, ―I would like that very much.‖
That Friday after work, as I drove over to pick her, I was a bit nervous. When I arrived at her house, I noticed that she, too, seemed to be nervous about our date.
We went to a nice restaurant. After we sat down, I had to read the menu. Her eyes couldn’t see clearly.
―Now, you can relax,‖ I smiled.
As we arrived at her house later, she said, ―I’ll go out with you again, but only you let me invite you.‖ I agreed.
A few days later, my mother died of a heart attack. I didn’t have a chance to do anything for her. Sometime later, I received an envelope with a copy of a restaurant receipt (收据) from the same place where my mother and I had dined. There were some words on the receipt saying, ―I paid this bill in advance. I wasn’t sure if I could be there. I paid for two plates—one for you and the other for your wife. You will never know what that night meant for me. I love you, my son.‖ At that moment I understood the importance of saying, in time, ―I love you.‖ I know we must give our loved ones the time they deserved(应得), because it shouldn’t be put off until some other time.
61. The wife’s suggestion on dating another woman showed ____
A. she couldn’t go to see her by herself. B. her husband hadn’t gone to see his mother for quite a time
C. her husband’s mother wanted to have a meal outside D. her husband’s mother would have a heart attack
67. The man read the menu because ___
A. his mother couldn’t see clearly B. his mother couldn’t read at all
C. he knew what to order D. he wanted her mother to relax
68.The word ―agreeable‖ in the reading means ___
A. successful B. interesting C. serious D. pleasant
69. The man said ―Now, you can relax,‖ to her mother because_______
A. the restaurant was very nice B. she seemed to be nervous
C. she was ill at the time D. he would pay for the dinner
70. We learn from the reading that ____
A. the man found it important to day ―I love you‖ in time B. the mother asked her son to invite her again after the meal
C. a copy of receipt came from a different restaurant D. the man’s wife was not getting well with Mother
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71. Jim ______ his father. They are both clever and a little quiet.
72. Could you ________ me with information about students exchange programe?
73. People think Paul is very __________, but in fact he talks a lot with his friends.
74. Working hard at English can _______ to a good job.
75. I don’t like making speeches. I feel _________ talking in front of many people.
Mr. Guppy was a very large man. He had a loud v __76___ and a bad temper.
Life was not easy for Mr. Guppy. He could s __77___ find clothes big enough. His feet were too big for most shoes. In buses, trains and planes, he could not stand up straight.
In fact, wherever he went and whatever he did, Mr. Guppy had a lot of trouble because of his s __78__. Life was easier at home.
Then one day, a friend said, ―You spend too much time at home. You should go out for a c __79__. There’s a good movie at the theather.‖
―I can’t sit in theater seats.‖ Mr. Guppy c ___80__, ―Chairs are always small.‖
―That’s no p ___81__,‖ his friend said. ―I’ll buy you two tickets. You can get them if you go.‖
The friend s ____82__ money to the theater for two tickets. When the day came, Mr. Guppy put on his b _83___ clothes and went to the theater.
―You have two tickets for me,‖ he said to the woman at the gate. ―My name is Guppy.‖
―Oh, yes. Mr. Guppy,‖ the woman said. ―Here you are, seat C4 and P12. I’m sorry, you and your friend can’t sit t ___84__ because the theater is very f __85___ this evening.‖
Poor Mr. Guppy! He smiled sadly, walked out of the theater and went home.
3． 参考词汇：exercise锻炼；outside activity户外活动；arrange安排
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