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Bob and Jim once worked in the same factory. One day, Bob lent Jim ten dollars, but then Jim left his work and went to work in another town without paying back the money.

Bob didn't see Jim for a year, and then he knew from another friend that Jim was in another town and staying at a hotel. So he went there to see him late in the evening.

When he got to Jim's room, he saw his shoes near the door. "Well, he must be in," he thought, and knocked again, and said, "I know you are in, Jim. Your shoes are out here."

"I've gone out in my boots," answered Jim.

True or False

1. Bob and Jim once worked in different factories.

2. One day Jim borrowed ten dollars from Bob.

3. Jim paid back the money to Bob and went to work in another town later.

4. Bob hadn't seen Jim for a year when he learned that Jim was in another town.

Key: 1-4 F T F T


In England, people often talk about the weather because they can experience (经历) four seasons in one day. In the morning the weather is warm just like in spring. An hour later black clouds come and then it rains hard. The weather gets a little cold. In the late afternoon the sky will be sunny, the sun will begin to shine, and it will be summer at this time of a day.

In England, people can also have summer in winter, or have winter in summer. So in winter

they can swim sometimes, and in summer sometimes they should take warm clothes.

When you go to England, you will see that some English people usually take an umbrella (伞)or a raincoat with them in the sunny morning, but you should not laugh at them.

If you don't take an umbrella or a raincoat, you will regret (后悔) later in the day.

1. Why do people in England often talk about the weather?

A. Because they may have four seasons in one day

B. Because they often have very good weather

C. Because the weather is warm just like in spring

D. Because the sky is sunny all day

2. From the story we know that when _________come, there is a heavy rain.

A. sunshine and snow B. black clouds

C. summer and winter D. spring and autumn

3. "People can also have summer in winter." Means "it is sometimes too ______in winter."

A. warm B. cool C. cold D. rainy

4. In the sunny morning some English people usually take a raincoat or an umbrella with them because ________.

A. their friends ask them to do so B. it often rains in England

C. they are going to sell them D. they are their favourite things

5. The best title (标题)for this passage is ________.

A. Bad Seasons B. Summer or Winter

C. The Weather in England D. Strange English People



Mr Brown was going away for a week. Before he left, he said to his son, "if anyone asks for me, you can tell him that your father has been out for doing something, and will be back in a week, then be sure to ask him to sit down for a cup of tea."

"OK, Dad," said his son. But he was afraid his son couldn't remember this, he wrote these words down on a piece of paper and gave it to him. His son put it into his small pocket, took it out and looked at it every now and then.

Four days passed, but no one came to see his father. The boy thought that there was no man to come and that the piece of paper was of no more use for him, so he burnt it that evening.

The next afternoon, someone knocked at the door. The boy opened it. A man was standing at the door and said, "Where is your father?" The boy put his hand into his pocket at once and looked for the piece of paper. He could not find it. He suddenly remembered he had burnt it, so he shouted, "No more."

The man was very surprised. He asked, "No more? I met your father last week. When did it happen?"

"Burnt yesterday evening."

1. Mr Brown told his son that _____.

A. he would be away from home for four days

B. he would be back in seven days

C. he would be back in a month

D. he liked a cup of tea

2. Mr Brown wrote the words down on ________.

A. the wall B. the door

C. a piece of paper D. his son's pocket

3. A man came to visit the boy's father on ________.

A. the second day B. the third day C. the fourth day D. the fifth day

4. The man was very surprised because _________.

A. he thought the child's father was dead

B. the child didn't ask him to sit down

C. the child gave him a cup of tea

D. he couldn't find that piece of paper

5. What was burnt? ___________.

A. The piece of paper B. Mr Smith C. The visitor D. The boy



One of the things to be learnt in a foreign language is guessing all the time what kind of thing to come when listening to someone talking. People do this all the time in their own language, so it is necessary (必要的) to do this in a foreign language, too. Here are some examples.

1. "What's the matter?""I went to a party last night, so I?"

2. "I feel so tired these days."" I think you'd better…"

3."Of course, she never stops talking. She is one of the most…"

You can see from the above three examples that the context (上下文) helps a lot in understanding what is being talked about. So "guessing "is very important in understanding English, especially (尤其)spoken English.

1.This passage tells us mainly about _________.

A. the importance of "guessing " in learning a foreign language

B. how to guess what one is going to talk about

C. some examples of right guessing

D. how important it is to guess all the time

2.from the context, we can see maybe the finished answer in EXAMPLE I is _________.

A. "… so I didn't have a good time." B. "…so I went to bed very late."

C. "…. So I felt unhappy." D. "… so I got up very early."

3. Maybe the finished answer in EXAMPLE 2 is ________.

A. "I think you'd better have a good rest and take good care of yourself."

B. "I think you'd better have something to drink."

C. "I think you'd better get some help from your friends."

D. "I think you'd better be more careful."

4. Maybe the finished answer in EXAMPLE 3 is ______.

A. "… she is one of the most famous film stars."

B. "…she is one of the most beautiful women."

C. "… she is one of the most famous speakers."

D. " .. she is one of the most talkative women."

5. From the passage we can infer (推断) that guessing is _______in learning a foreign language.

A. the only way

B. more important in spoken English than in written English

C. more important than any other way

D. more important in written English than in spoken English



Uncle Li and Uncle Wang are good friends. They live next to each other and their farms are both at the foot of the mountain. So they can help each other. But neither of them likes to use his head. They're both poor though they work hard. Most villagers have built new houses, but they still live in the low and broken houses. They never find out why.

Once Uncle Li went to town to buy some medicine for his wife. In the town he heard the apples in a city were expensive. He told Uncle Wang about it as soon as he went back. They decided to carry some apples to the city. They borrowed some money from their friends and bought nearly 1,000 kilograms of apples in the villages and carried them to the city on a tractor. Bad luck! A lot of apples has already been carried there when they arrived. A few days later they had to sell them at a low price (价格)。They felt unhappy and returned to their village.

"I can't understand why we sustained (蒙受) losses in business while others always profit (盈利)" Uncle Li asked one day.

"The tractor was too small " Uncle Wang said without thinking. "We'll carry more apples on a truck next time!"

"I agree!" said Uncle Li. "How foolish (傻的) we were !"

1. Uncle Li and Uncle Wang live in the low and broken houses because __________.

A. they hope to save money

B. they're both poor

C. their farms are at the foot of the mountain

D. they're not far from their farms

2. The two farmers carried the apples to the city to _________.

A. make a journey B. visit some places of interest

C. meet their friends D. make a profit

3. the tow farmers had to sell their apples at a low price because ________.

A. theirs weren't as good as the others'

B. theirs were much less than the others'

C. a lot of apples had been already carried to the city

D. they forgot to carry them on a truck

4. Uncle Li and Uncle Wang were unhappy because _________.

A. they had sustained losses in business

B. they had lost some money in the city

C. something was wrong with the tractor

D. other people profited in the city

5. Which of the following is true?

A. The two farmers found out why they were poor.

B. The two farmers will soon get rich.

C. Neither of the farmers is clever.

D. The two farmers decided to buy a truck.



On Christmas Eve─the night before Christmas Day─children all over Britain put a stocking at the end of their beds before they go to sleep. Their parents usually tell them that Father Christmas will come during the night.

Father Christmas is very kind and hearted. He gets to the top of each house and climbs down the chimney into the fireplace. He fills each of the stockings with Christmas presents.

Of course, Father Christmas isn't real. In Jim and Kate's house, "Father Christmas" is really Mr Green. Mr Green doesn't climb down the chimney. He waits until the children are asleep. Then he quietly goes into their bedrooms and fills their stockings with small presents. When they were very young, Mr Green sometimes wore a red coat. But he doesn't do that now. The children are no longer young, and they know who "Father Christmas" really is. But they still put their stockings at the end of their beds.

1. Christmas Eve is __________.

A. the night of Christmas Day B. the evening of Christmas Day

C. Christmas Day D. the night before Christmas Day

2. Father Christmas often puts presents ________.

A. into children's hats B. into children's stockings

C. under children's beds D. into children's shoes

3. When the children were very young, __________.

A. they didn't know who Father Christmas was

B. they knew that Father Christmas wasn't real

C. they thought their father was Father Christmas

D. they knew who put the presents into their stockings

4. When the children are older, they __________.

A. know that Father Christmas is real

B. ask their mother to fill their stockings with presents

C. know that Father Christmas is really their father

D. know that Father Christmas is really their friend

5. Father Christmas comes into the house through the ________.

A. chimney B. back door C. front door D. window.



To find out whether bees(蜜蜂)can see colors, the following experiment is made. A round table is put in a garden, and on the table is a piece of blue cardboard(硬纸版)with a drop of syrup(糖浆)on it. After a short time, bees come to the syrup. The bees then fly to their hive(蜂房)and give the syrup to other bees in the hive. Then they return to the feeding-place which they have found. After a while, the blue cardboard with the syrup on it is taken away. Instead of this card, a blue card is now put on the left side of the first feeding-place and a red card to its right. These new cards have no syrup on them. Very soon bees arrive again, and fly straight to the blue card. None go to the red card.

Picture 1

1. How many cards do you need to prepare for the experiment?

A. Two: one blue and one red

B. Three: two blue and one red

C. Three: one blue and two red

D. Four: two blue and two red

2. If Picture 1 below shows the table top during Step 1 of the experiment, which of A, B, C, D in Picture 2 shows the table top during Step 2?

Picture 2

3. During Step 2 of the experiment, the bees go to ________.

A. the blue card with syrup on it

B. the new blue card with no syrup on it

C. the empty space where the original(原先的)blue card was

D. the new blue card with syrup on it on the left of the red card

4. The experiment has proved(证明)that bees ________.

A. cannot see colors B. can see colors

C. can not see blue D. cannot see red

5. Which of the following is the best title for the passage?

A. Bees Love Blue B. Bees Love Syrup

C. Bees, Color and Syrup D. Can Bees See Color?

Keys: 1-5 BCBBD


Now satellites are helping to forecast(预报)the weather. They are in space, and they can reach any part of the world. The satellites take pictures of the atmosphere(大气), because this is where the weather forms(形成). They send these pictures to the weather stations. So meteorologists(气象学家)can see the weather of any part of the world. From the pictures, the scientists can often say how the weather will change.

Today, nearly five hundred weather stations in sixty countries receive satellite pictures. When they receive new pictures, the meteorologists compare(比较)them with earlier ones. Perhaps they may find that the clouds have changed during the last few hours. This may mean that the weather on

the ground may soon change, too. In their next weather forecast, the meteorologists can say this.

So the weather satellites are a great help to the meteorologists. Before satellites were invented, the scientists could forecast the weather for about 24 or 48 hours. Now they can make good forecasts for three or five days. Soon, perhaps, they may be able to forecast the weather for a week or more ahead(提前).

1. Satellites travel _____________.

A. in space B. in the atmosphere

C. above the ground D. above space

2. Why do we use the weather satellites to take pictures of the atmosphere? Because __________.

A. the weather satellites can do it easily

B. clouds form there

C. the weather forms there

D. the pictures can forecast the weather

3. Meteorologists forecast the weather __________.

A. when they have received satellite pictures

B. after they have compared new satellite pictures with earlier ones

C. before they received satellite pictures

D. during they study satellite pictures

4. Maybe we’ll soon be able to forecast the weather for ________.

A. one day B. two days

C. five days D. seven days or even longer

5. The main(主要的)idea of this passage is that satellites are now used in _________.

A. taking pictures of the atmosphere

B. receiving pictures of the atmosphere

C. doing other work in many ways

D. weather forecasting

Keys: 1-5 ACBDD


In almost every big university(大学)in the United States, football is a favourite sport. American football is different. Players sometimes kick the ball, but they also throw the ball and run with it. They try to take it to the other end of the field. They have four chances(机会)to move the ball ten yards(码). They can carry it or they can throw it. If they move the ball ten yards, they can try to move it another ten yards. If they move it to the end of the field, they receive six points(点).

It is difficult to move the ball. Eleven men on the other team try to stop the man with the ball. If he does not move the ball ten yards, his team kicks the ball the other team.

Each university wants its own team to win. Many thousands of people come to watch. They all shout for their favourite team.

Young men and women come on the field to help the people shout more. They dance and jump while they shout.

Each team plays ten or eleven games each season.

The season begins in September and ends in November. If a team is very good, it may play another game after the season ends. The best teams play again on January 1, the first day of the New Year. Many people go to see these games and many others watch them on TV.

1. The passage talks about ___________.

A. football B. how to play football

C. American sports D. American football

2. We can _______ the football in both American football and Chinese football.

A. kick B. throw C. run with D. catch

3. Why is it difficult to move the ball? Because ___________.

A. ten yards is a long way

B. many men on the other team try not to let the ball come near

C. the playing field is very large

D. eleven men have to catch the ball one by one

4. If they _________, the teams will play on January 1.

A. receive six points

B. play eleven games in the season

C. are the best teams

D. move the ball to the end of the field

5. Many people come to watch football and they want their team to win. Which of the following is not their act?

A. Jumping B. Dancing C. Crying D. Shouting

Keys: 1-5 DABCC


“Who has more questions, a teacher or a student?”About this question a great learned man told his student that nobody does but a teacher.

The student got puzzled. With a smile, the teacher drew two circles(圆). Within(在??里

面)the larger one is my knowledge of things, and within the smaller one is yours. Out of the circles is still unknown to both of us. Since mine is larger, as you can see, the line that marks out the circle is longer. That makes it clear that who has more chances(机会)to face something still unknown.

1. The great learned man believed that ________.

A. a teacher has more questions

B. a student has more questions

C. both a teacher and a student have questions

D. everyone, except a teacher, has more questions

2. The student thought that ________.

A. a student’s knowledge is less than his teacher’s because it comes from the teacher

B. a teacher can not necessarily answer all the questions his students ask

C. those who have less knowledge have more questions

D. anyone who learns more has more questions

3. At the end of the story, the great learned man concluded(推断)that ________.

A. a student should learn from his teacher

B. a teacher does not have so many questions as his student

C. a student knows more than his teacher

D. a teacher has more chances to face what he doesn’t know

4. Which of the following topics can NOT express the idea of the story?

A. You Will Never Learn Enough

B. A Teacher and His Student

C. There Is No Limit to Knowledge

D. One Is Never Too Old to Learn

5. We can often find such an article in ________.

A. the Palace Museum B. any book

C. a newspaper of magazine D. An encyclopedia(百科全书)

Keys: 1-5 ACDBA


Snow fell on the mountain. It snowed and snowed. The snow did not melt(融化). It became deep and heavy. The snow on the bottom pressed (挤压)together., it became ice.

The ice was very wide and thick. It began to move down the mountain. It was like a river of ice. It was a glacier(冰河).

Sometimes the glacier moved only a few inches(英寸) each day. As it moved, it took rocks and dirt with it. It changed the land. In some places, it left hills. In some places, when the glacier melted, it made rivers and lakes.

A million years ago, there were many big glaciers. Glaciers covered many parts of the world. The glaciers changed the land.

Glaciers are still at work today. A glacier in the north of Canada is cutting a new path(路) down the side of a mountain. This glacier will change the land, too.

1. The snow that fell on the mountain

A. became snowman B. melted C. became ice D. turned to rain

2. The word in the story that means a river of ice is __________.

3. The story says, “The snow did not melt. It became deep and heavy”. The word it means ____.

4. Which of the following does this story lead you to believe?

A. There are not as many glaciers as there used to be

B. Glaciers do not change the land as they move over it.

C. Glaciers are found only in warm places.

5. How fast did the glacier move? (Which sentence is exactly like the one in your book?)

A. Sometimes the glacier moved only once a year.

B. Sometimes the glacier moved over ten miles each day.

C. Sometimes the glacier moved only a few inches each day.

6. The main idea of the whole story is that _______.

A. snow is heavy B. the high land never changes

C. glaciers changed the land

Key: 1.C 2. glacier 3.snow 3.A 4.C 5.C


Long ago, people in Rome(罗马) talked to one another in Latin(拉丁文). Pupils in school learned to read and write in Latin. Books are in Latin.

Some Romans(罗马人) went to other parts of the world. They took their language with them. Soon Latin was used in many countries. It became a world language.

People in other countries did not talk in Latin the same way. In each land, they changed the language a little. As time went by, they made more changes. At last they did not talk in Latin any more. New languages had come from the old one.

People do not talk to one another in Latin today. But they still use many Latin words. You do, too. Street, wall, city, and salt are some of the Latin words we use. You are a pupil in school. Pupil is a Latin word. It means “little doll”.

1. Latin was used by people in _____.

A. Rome B. the United States C. Greece(希腊) D. Texas

2. The word in the story that means what people speak and write is ______

3. The story says, “People do not talk to each other in Latin today. But they still use many Latin words,” The word they means ________.

4. Which of the following does this story lead you to believe?

A. It is not good to change a language.

B. Pupils in schools today play with dolls.

C. Not many people can read Latin today.

5. What happened to Latin when it was taken to other countries?(which sentence is exactly like the one in your book?)

A. In each land, people talked about each other.

B. In each land, they changed the language a little

C. In each land, the children had to speak some Latin.

6. The main idea of the whole story is that ________.

A. Romans did not like to stay home

B. people in old Rome talked a lot to each other.

C. Latin changed as it moved from land to land.

Key: 1. A 2. language 3. people 4. C 5. B 6. C


Mexico's neighbours are the United States to the north and Guatemala and Belize to the south. Mexico is about one quarter of the size of the United States. Mexico has more than ninety million people. The language of Mexico is Spanish. This makes Mexico the world's largest Spanish-speaking country.

Mexico City is the capital and largest city of Mexico. The city is also very high. It is 7349 feet high (2240 metres). This makes it one of the highest capital cities in the world. The population, of Mexico City grows bigger every day. About thirty million people live there. It has more people than any other city in the world, even more than Tokyo.

Mexico also has its specialities. Many of the foods we eat started in Mexico. Foods like beans, maize, avocados, tomatoes, peanuts, chili peppers, vanilla, and chocolate come from Mexico. Mexico is also famous for its cactus (仙人掌) plants. Mexico has more kinds of cactus than any other country.

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1. Mexico is ____the USA.

A. on the south of B. on the north of

C. a part of D. as large as

2. Mexicans speak______.

A. English C. French

B. Spanish D. Latin(拉丁语)

3. Which of the following is NOT true?

A. Mexico City is the capital of Mexico.

B. The population of Mexico City is 30,000,000.

C. Tokyo is one of the cities with the largest population.

D. Mexico City is the highest city in the world.

4. Tomatoes were originally (最初) grown in ______.

A. America B. Spain C. Tokyo D. Mexico

5. The best title (题目) of the passage is ___.

A. Mexico City B. Mexico's plants

C. Mexico D. Mexico's population

[Key] 1. A 2. B 3. D 4. D 5. C


An old man died and left his son a lot of money. But the son was a foolish young man,and he quickly spent all the money, so that soon he had nothing left.Of course ,when that happened, all his friends left him.When he was quite poor and alone, he went to see Nasreddin, who was a kind, clever old man and often helped people when they had troubles.

My money has finished and my friends have gone,said the young man. What will happen to me now?

Don't worry , young man,answered Nasreddin.Everything will soon be all right again.Wait ,and you will soon feel much happier.

The young man was very glad.Am I going to get rich again then? He asked Nasreddin.No, I didn't mean that, said the old man.I meant that you would soon get used to being poor and to having no friends.

Multiple choice

( )1.An old man died and left his son_______.

A.nothing B.some gold C. much money D.only a house

( ) 2. When the son was________, he went to see Nasreddin.

A.short of money B.quite poor and sick

C.in trouble D. quite poor and alone

( ) 3.The young man was very glad because Nasreddin said that________.

A.he would become rich again B. he would soon feel much happier

C.he would become clever D. he would have more friends

( ) 4.Nasreddin meant the young man______.

A.would get rich again B. would get used to having nothing

C.would get used to being in trouble D.would get out of poorness

( ) 5.What this story tells us is________.

A.that money is everything B.that money makes the mare go

C.to save each penny D. that misfortune tests the sincerity of friends


Sandwich was an Englishman. He lived in the 18th century(世纪). Sandwich was rich(有钱的), but he liked to play cards (纸牌) for money. He often played for 24 hours, and didn't even stop to have his meals. He ordered(命令) his servants (仆人) to bring him some meat and bread. He put the meat between (在两者之间) the two pieces of bread and held the food in his left hand while he played cards with his right hand. People liked Sandwich's idea, and from then on they ate bread and meat as Sandwich did.

From the name of the man, Sandwich, we have the word of the food sandwich today.

( ) 1. Sandwich was the .

A. name of a servant

B. name of a man with a lot of money

C. poor man who lived on playing cards

D. name of food which was liked by the rich

( ) 2. Sandwich .

A. was so interested (兴趣) in playing cards that he often had no time to have his meals

B. often brought some bread with him to play cards

C. never ate anything when he played cards

D. had no money to play cards with at last

( ) 3. People liked Sandwich's idea because .

A. bread, together with meat was cheap

B. he always won when he played cards

C. they liked Sandwich himself

D. when they ate with one of their hands they could do something with the other

( ) 4. Today, sandwich is .

A. also a name of a rich man

B. two pieces of bread with meat in between

C. not interested in playing cards

D. not liked by most of the people

( ) 5. As food, sandwich .

A. is usually made of(用...制做) bread and chicken

B. sometimes smells (闻) good, but sometimes not

C. is made of bread and meat

D. is easy for us to play.


The students were having their chemistry(化学)class. Miss Li was telling the children what water was like. After that, she asked her students, “What's water?”No one spoke for a few minutes.Miss Li asked again,“Why don't you answer my question?Didn't I tell you what water is like?”

Just then a boy put up his hand and said,“Miss Li,you told us that water has no colour and no smell.But where to find such kind of water?The water in the river behind my house is always black and it has a bad smell.”Most of the children agreed with him.

“I'm sorry,children.”said the teacher,“Our water is getting dirtier and dirtier.That's a problem.

1.The students were having their _______ class.

A.English B.Chinese C.chemistry D.maths

2.Miss Li was telling the children what ______ was like.

A.water B.air C.earth D.weather

3.A boy said,“The water in the river behind my house is always _______.”

A.white B.black C.clean D.clear

4.Most of the children _______ the boy.

A.agreed with B.wrote to

C.heard from D.sent for

5.The water in the river has colour and smell because it is getting _______.

A.more and more B.less and less

C.cleaner and cleaner D.dirtier and dirtier

KEY: 1.C 2.A 3.B 4.A 5.D


“Cool”is a word with many meanings.Its old meaning is used to express a temperature that is a little bit cold.As the world has changed,the word has had many different meaning.

“Cool”can be used to express feelings of interest in almost anything.

When you see a famous car in the street,maybe you will say,“It's cool.”You may think,“He's so cool,”when you see your favourite footballer.

We all maximize(扩大) the meaning of“cool”.You can use it instead of many words such as “new” or “surprising”.Here's an interesting story we can use to show the way the word is used.A teacher asked her students to write about the waterfall(瀑布)they had visited.On one student's paper was Just the one sentence,“It's so cool.Maybe he thought it was the best way to show what he saw and felt.

But the story also shows a scarcity(缺乏)of words.Without “cool”,some people have no words to show the same meaning.So it is quite important to keep some credibility(可信性).Can you think of many other words that make your life as colourful as the word “cool”? I can.And I think they are also very cool.

1.We know that the word "cool" has had ________.

A.only one meaning B.no meanings

C.many different meanings D.the same meaning

2.In the passage,the word“express”means“________”.

A.see B.show C.know D.feel

3.If you are _______ something,you may say,“It’s cool.”

A.interested in B.angry about

C.afraid of D.unhappy with

4.The writer takes an example to show he is ________ the way the word is used.

A.pleased with B.strange to

C.worried about D.careful with

5.In the passage,the writer suggests(暗示)that the word “cool”________.

A.can be used instead of many words

B.usually means something interesting

C.can make your life colourful

D.may not be as cool as it seems

KEY: 1.C 2.B 3.A 4.C 5.D


In 1896, the first modern Olympic Games was held in Athens, Greece. Since then many

countries have successfully held the Olympics, such as England, France, Germany, Canada, the USA, Spain and Australia. After more than a century the Games returns to its hometown last year.

When people hold the Olympic Games, they always make an emblem. The emblem of the Athens Olympic Games last year was a white circle of olive branches in the sky.

Now Athens is developing a spirit of peace. An officer said, “While in Athens, the world should be at peace. We hope the peace is not just for a short time. We would like the message from the Athens Games to help countries come together and solve their problems.”

Three years later, the Olympic Games will be held in China. And China has already made a seal as the emblem of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. The emblem has a single Chinese character on a red seal and means “Chinese seal----dancing Beijing”. Below it, there are the words “Beijing 2008”. The character in the emblem is “Jing”. It means “capital” of China and it is also a runner or a dancer. The running figure of the emblem shows the spirit of the Olympics---faster, higher and stronger.

6. In which country was the first modern Olympics held?

A. Greece B. China C. Australia

7. What do people always make when they hold the Olympic Games?

A. A picture. B. An emblem C. A flag

8. What message does the Athens Olympic Games want to give?

A. Luck B. Danger C. Peace

9. How many years have passed when Athens again holds the Olympic Games?

A. 101 B. 105 C. 109

10. The spirit of the Olympic Games is _______.

A. history and friendship B. faster, higher and stronger

C. peace , friendship and development



Train number From To Start Arrive

T272 Jilin Changchun 17:56 20:05

K666 Jilin Changchun 14:20 16:25

K958 Jilin Changchun 06:45 08:48

K656 Jilin Changchun 16:22 18:35

K676 Jilin Changchun 04:18 06:25

T271 Changchun Jilin 05:29 07:34

K665 Changchun Jilin 11:21 13:36

K957 Changchun Jilin 16:40 18:45

K655 Changchun Jilin 10:05 12:07

K675 Changchun Jilin 21:00 22:57

11.Here are of trains going between the two cities every day.

A.five pairs B.ten pairs C.fifteen

12. If you want to get the earliest train to Changchun, you should take train.

A.K958 B. K656 C.K676

13.The first train from Changchun arrives in Jilin at .

A.07:34 B.08:48 C.05:29

14.You are in Changchun now. Which train do you have to catch if you want to stay in Changchun as long as possible?

A.K957 B.K655 C.K675

15.It’s 10 to 2 p.m.. If you are going to send a bag to the Changchun Railway Station and get the return train in only a few minutes, when will you arrive in Jilin?

A.16:25 B.18:35 C.18:45

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