( ) 1.More than a month ____ since the foreign friends came here.
A. has passed B. have passed C. has past D. have past
( )2. Nobody except Mr. Zhang and his children ___ to London before .
A. have been B. has been C. have gone D. has gone
( )3. If you__ see her tomorrow, please ask her if she __ to work on the farm with us.
A. See, goes B. will see, goes C. will see, will go D. See, will go
( ) 4. The population of the USA is much smaller than __ Of China.
A. one B. those C. it D. that
( ) 5. The radio is too hard. Could you please __ it __ ?
A. turn, up B. turn, down C. turn, on D. turn, off
( ) 6. He asked me __ during the winter holidays.
A. where I had gone B. where I had been .
C. where had I gone D. where had I been
( ) 7. I guess she taught herself Japanese, __ ?
A. don’t I B. did she C. do I D. didn’t she
( )8. The pictures have been on show for __ hour and __ half.
A. an, an B. a, a C. an, a D. a, an
( )9. There are so many kinds of CD players in the shop that I can’t make up my mind __
to buy .
A. what B. how C. which D. where
( )10. --- Would you like some coffee?
--- Yes, please. By the way, do you have any milk? I prefer coffee __ milk.
A. from B. with C. to D. for
( )11. This book __ Lucy’s. Look! Her name is on the book.
A. may be B. can’t be C. must be D. mustn’t be
( )12. The woman __ the child quickly and took him to hospital.
A. put on B. dressed C. had on D. was wearing
( )13. We are going to have __ holiday next month.
A. a two weeks B. two week C. a two-week D. two weeks
( )14. If you don’t know the word, you may __ in the dictionary.
A. look it up B. look up it C. look for it D. look it for
( )15. The coats are different __ size.
A. from . B. of C. by D. in
( )16. --- Do you have enough men to carry these chairs?
--- No, I think we need __ men
A. another B. two others C. more two D. two more
( )17. In our class__ of the students__ girls.
A. three fifths , are B. three fifth, are C. three fifths, is D. three fifth, is
( )18. This kind of skirt looks __ and sells __.
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A. nice , well B. nice good C. well, well D. good, nice
( )19. Do you know __ over there?
A. what happens B. what was happened C. what is happening D. what did happen
( )20 My watch doesn’t work well, I’ll go and __ tomorrow.
A. have repaired B. to repair C have it repaired D. have it repair
( )21. --- Do you mind my taking this place?
--- __. It’s for Mr. Smith.
A. Not at all B. Yes, please C. Yes, of course not D. Better not
( )22. The baby was __ by me last night.
A. made laugh B. made cry C. making laugh D. made to laugh
( )23. She’s asked a few friends to her home for supper, __ she?
A. is B. hasn’t C. has D. isn’t
( )24. The number of the students __ growing.
A. is, lager and larger B. is more and more C. are, more and more D. are larger and larger
( )25. To do __ the teacher tells you is important.
A. that B. what C. which D. how
( )26. --- She didn’t come to school yesterday, did she?
--- ___, though she was not feeling very well.
A. No, she didn’t B. Yes, she didn’t C. No, she did D. Yes, she did
( )27. They are __ little children that they can’t carry the heavy bookshelf.
A. so B. such C. quite a D. a very
( )28. Look at the numbers 2, 5, 11, 23, 47and 95. What will be the next number.
A. 191 B 127 C 158 D 276
( )29 Is it really true _____ Mr. Black will go back to England soon for a holiday？
A that B whether C when D how
( )30. The train had left _____ we got to the station.
A. before long B. long before C. before D. ago
The host poured the tea into the cups and placed them on the small table in front of his guests, who were a father and daughter. Apparently thinking of something, he hurried into the inner room, leaving the on the table.
They remained sitting in the living-room, the ten-year-old daughter looking at the flowers outside the window, the father just to take his cup, when the crash came. Something was hopelessly
It was the thermos(热水瓶), which had fallen to the floor. It was strange. of them had touched it. True, it hadn’t steadily when their host placed it on the table, but it hadn’t fallen then.
The crash of the thermos caused the host, with a bag of sugar in his hand, back from the inner room. He saw the steaming floor.
The father said, “ Sorry, I knocked it over”
“It doesn’t matter,” the host said.
Later, when they left the house, the daughter said, “ Daddy, did you touch it?”
“No. But it was so to me.”
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“But you didn’t touch it. I saw your reflection(反映) in the windowpane.
The father laughed, “What would you give as the cause of ? It more acceptable when I said I knocked it over. The truer the story you tell, people find it.
( )1. A host B guests C thermos D cups
( ) 2. A about B down C back D up
( )3. A finished B gone C dropped D broken
( )4. A Both B Neither C Each D Either
( )5. A stood B sat C placed D stopped
( )6. A to step B to walk C. to rush D to jump
( )7. A. dangerous B sudden C strange D close
( )8. A his anger B its fall C my touch D your answer
( ) 9. A sounded B seemed C looked D felt
( )10 A the more acceptable B the more forgettable
C the less false D the less true
Mr. Baker worked in a big factory. H e was busy all the time and had little time to rest One summer, he decided to go to the sea to spend his holidays.
One afternoon, it was very hot. Mr. Baker came into a restaurant, sat at a table and wanted to drink. Just then, an old man came up to him and said, “How do you do, sir?” “How do you do?” Mr. Baker asked the old man to sit next to him. “Could you drink something with me?” “Thank you,” said the old man. “Have you been here before?” “No, I haven’t.” “You look lonely, don’t you?” said the old man. “Let’s have a bet, shall we? ”
It interested Mr. Baker. “But what shall we bet on? ” “I can bite my left eyeball,” said the old man, “I can bet you five dollars.”
Mr. Baker didn’t believe and put $5 on the table. give his money.
“It doesn’t matter, young man,” the old man said. “I’ll give you a chance to win the money back. I can also bite my right eye. I’ll bet you $10 .”
“I’m sure he’s able to see. And I must win his money, ” he thought. So he took out ten dollars from his wallet.
But he was very surprised: the old man took out his false (假的) and bit his right eye with it. Then he put the money into his pocket and went away quickly.
( ) 1. The old man said hello to M r. Baker because ______.
A they were good friends B he wanted to ask for some food
C he wanted to drink with him D he wanted to win money
( ) 2. As ____ , the young man bet the old man ten dollars.
A Mr. Baker didn’t think him blind in both eyes
B Mr. Baker wanted to win the five dollars back
C Mr. Baker knew he had false teeth
D Mr. Baker wanted to help him in another way
( ) 3. The old man was blind in ____.
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A both eyes B neither eye C the right eye D the left eye
( ) 4. Mr. Baker lost ____ dollars that afternoon.
A 5 B 10 C 15 D 20
( ) 5. The word “glass eyeball” in the story means_____.
A 玻璃球 B 玻璃眼球 C 假眼珠 D玻璃眼形球
the town near his work. Mrs. Brown wants a house with four bedrooms. Their children don’ care what the house is like as long as the garden is big enough
( ) 1. The house for sale is in the ____ of the town.
A east B south C west D north
( ) 2. Why didn’t the Brown buy the house in the advertisement?
A The house is too expensive B There weren’t enough bedrooms
C There was no living-room D The garden wasn’t big enough
Ann has always wanted to work in a restaurant. She thinks it’s an exciting place. The work is hard but she doesn’t mind. S he has to work in the evening and at weekends, but she can get some weekdays off. It is not very well paid, but who cares about money?
( ) 3. Ann wants to get the job in the restaurant because _____.
A it’s an easy job B the place is good and the food is free
C she thinks the job would be full of fun D she can get a long holiday
( ) 4. From the text we know that_____.
A Ann doesn’t work in the daytime at weekends B Ann wants to get a lot of money
C Ann is a college student D Ann is a poor girl
Tom: There’s a new football team starting in the village, Mum. I’m old enough to play in it.
School is over at half past three, so I’d have plenty of time.
Mum: Well, I suppose you could do your homework in the evening. But look , Tom, you
haven’t read the advertisement carefully. You can’t possibly play for this team..
( ) 5. Why can’t Tom play for the new football team?
A. He is not old enough B. The football team is in a different village
C. School stops too late D. He has to do his homework in the afternoon.
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by viruses（病毒）in the body, and you are better out on the snowy day than you are in a warm room, with your friends, who just may be passing the virus around. If you feel a chill (寒战) when you are coming down with a cold, you are already silk. A chill is an early sign of the cold.
The virus can spread through air when a cold-sufferer (感冒患者) coughs or sneeze(打喷嚏) . Surprisingly, this is the most usual way of spreading. Many studies have now shown that most colds are “caught” by hands. A cold-suffer rubs her nose, so spreading the virus to her hand. Then a friend comes to visit her. They shake their hands. The friend then gets something to eat by hand, and several days later she catches a cold. Although some parents pick up their children’s tissues (纸巾) and carefully throw them away, they fail to wash their hands. They’ll catch colds, too.
Cold viruses can also be spread by objects, for example, telephones, plates. The cold-suffer as well as other members of the house, by washing their hands often, will stop the viruses from spreading in away.
( ) 1. Colds are caused by ____.
A bad weather B viruses C chill D your friends
( ) 2. The word “spread ” means ____.
A 翻译 B 传统 C传递 D 传播
( ) 3. Which of the following sentences is true in the passage?
A. An early sign of the cold is viruses in the body.
B The virus can’t spread through air.
C Objects can spread cold viruses, too.
D Few colds are “caught” by hands.
( ) 4.People catch colds easily because they _____.
A rub their noses B shake their hands
C pick up their children’s tissues D can’t often wash their hands
( ) 5. The passage mainly tell us that _____.
A washing hands is a way to keep us from catching colds
B colds are caused by bad weather
C the cold-sufferer shakes hands with the friends
D we should stay in a warm room on the snowy day
“You are just in time, Joe. We’re going to play cowboys(牛仔) and Indians and you can be the Indians,” one of my cousins(堂兄弟) said.
“How many Indians?” I asked.
“Oh, about a thousand,” he answered, and before I could say no, I was pushed out into the night and became a thousand Indians. Two minutes later I was running in the fields with a group of cowboys behind. The shouts of “After them. Let’s catch the killers! ” and other such TV-play language came into my ears as I ran around a corner and hurried into my Grandpa’s car.
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friendly with me. It was quiet outside. And I went out of the car to have a look.
Just then I heard a shout. “Bring the rope (绳子), and we can burn him.”
“Only Indians burn people. Cowboys…”I stopped just in time. I had almost said, “Cowboys hang(绞死)people.”
I was tied to a tree, and the cowboys were looking for some wood when my dear mother called, “We’re leaving now.”
“Untie me,” I shouted. “We’re going.”
“Why did Bobby want matches(火柴)?”Mum asked when we were in the car. “He was asking Dad whether he had any.”
“Oh, he was just going to matches? Matches? Are you sure he wanted matches? ”
Mother was quite sure, and I didn’t say any more.
( ) 1. How many children played the Indians?
A One thousand B One hundred C One group D One
( ) 2. Why did Joe’s cousin say that Joe was just in time? Because _____.
A there were not enough children for the game
B the game was just going to start
C None of his cousins wanted to be the Indians
D they were waiting for Joe
( ) 3. Joe didn’t say “Cowboys hang people.” Out because ______.
A he was tied to the tree B that would make things worse
C he was caught by the cowboys D that would make the cowboys angry
( ) 4. Which of the following is TRUE?
A One of Joe’s cousins was looking for matches.
B Dad didn’t want to give the children any matches
C Bobby wanted to get some matches from his father.
D Mum didn’t think children should play with matches.
( ) 5. The name of the story should be “______”.
A Joe and his cousins B Who knows what danger is waiting there
C Cowboys-and Indians is a famous children’s game
D How cowboys and Indians fought in the past
1． Everyone, I have c______ in you, you must be successful in the future.
2． Mooncakes are the most t_______ food on Mid-autumn Day.
3． We must protect our e_______ well, it’s very important for our lives.
4． Yang Liwei is the p_____ of China.
5． When foreigners ask you the way, we’d better tell them about it p_____.
6． We know many people r_____ the pets as members of their families now
7． Mr. Smiths has had ten years’ e______ in the teaching of English.
8． He is never late for the meeting .He arrived e_____ at seven O’clock yesterday
9． T he Greens are going back to England. I hope they will have a p_____ trip.
10． It was so cold that everything f______.
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(set).His shadow(影子night. Half an hour later, the sun went down and black clouds were gathering over the sky. place.
In the centre of the forest, he found a small hotel with light. He went to the door, opened it slowly and put his head in. He drew his head quickly as if something him in the face, and stopped into the rain.
He stood in the rain for some time and then decided An old woman “Supper___9__ (finish) an hour ago.”
“But I am hungry, Grandma.”
“Is that my fault(错误?)”, said the old woman
“You didn’” .
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