18. -Do you have physics ______ Monday?
A. at B. in C. on D. to
19. -______ was your holiday?
-It was not very good.
A. Where B. What C. How D. When
20. -Terrible! I have a ______.
-you should go to the dentist.
A. toothache B. headache C. stomachache D. fever
21. Lisa and Linda ______ my good friends and they enjoy ______ to music.
A. is, listen B. is, listening C. are, listen D. are, listening
22. I’d like to go shopping with you, ______ I’m too busy today.
A. but B. and C. so D. or
23. Tony is a ______ boy. He often makes his classmates laugh.
A. serious B. funny C. shy D. big
24. Jack ______ newspapers after school every day.
A. read B. reads C. is reading D. reading
25. Steve is ______ late for school. He is on time every day.
A. never B. always C. often D. sometimes
26. -Where ______ Peter and Bob last year?
-Sorry. I don’t know.
A. is B. are C. was D. were
27. When I was young, I decided ______ a guitarist of a band.
A. become B. became C. to become D. becoming
28. My father often ______ to work last year. But this year he walks to work.
A. driving B. drives C. drive D. drove
29. -______ you ______ a good summer vocation?
-Yes. It was amazing.
A. Do; have B. Did; have C. Does; have D. Did; had
30. I like ______. Harry Potter is one of my favorite ______.
A. reading; book B. read; books
-Because he has nothing to do.
A. Why is Matt hungry? B. Why is Matt bored?
C. Why is Matt cold?
Tina Lin was unlike many of her classmates. Tina didn’t listen to popular music. She didn’t watch many movies, and she wasn’t interested in nice clothes.
When she got together with her friends at a party, Tina found most of ______ (32) friends preferred rock and pop music. When Tina ______ (33) them to try classical(古典的) music, they all looked at her strangely.
“Classical music is ______ (34) old people,” one of her friends said.
Tina was ______ (35) that there was something wrong with her. She decided to ______ (36) her father. When she went into his study, he could feel something was ______ (37).
“Dad, am I strange?” she asked.
“Of course not.” he answered, “______ (38) do you ask that?”
“Because I am different from my ______ (39). They all want to listen to D. Why is Matt tired? C. read; book D. reading; books
pop music, but I just like classical music. ”
“I think I understand. Never mind, Tina. It’s all right to be yourself. Everybody has ______ (40) tastes. You don’t have to follow others. Just follow your heart.”
After Tina spoke with her father, she felt better about herself. She realized that being different ______ (41) her special. It was an important lesson for her to learn. 32. A. his
D. their D. asked D. on D. angry D. think about D. difficult D. Who D. classmates D. smart D. found
33. A. thought 34. A. at
B. described B. in
C. understood C. for C. glad
35. A. worried 36. A. talk to
B. proud B. look for
C. write to C. wrong C. How
37. A. interesting 38. A. What 39. A. parents 40. A. ordinary 41. A. took
B. dangerous B. Why
B. teachers B. different B. put
C. people C. serious C. made
42. Melissa has P.E. at ______ on Monday.
A. 9:30 B. 11:20 C. 1:45 D. 3:30
43. Math finishes at 11:10 on ______.
A. Tuesday B. Wednesday C. Thursday D. Friday
44. Melissa has history ______ times a week.
Can we make animals work for us? Some scientists think that we can make animals to do a lot of things for people. They say that in a film or on TV we may see elephants, monkeys, dogs or some other animals doing a lot of things. If you watch carefully, you may find those animals are always given a little food to eat after they have done something. Scientists say that people can teach different animals to do some easy work if they know they will get something to eat.
We will know elephants are strong and can carry large logs(木头). Dogs can look after houses. And we can even teach animals to work in factories in America, for example, people have made help make cars, and scientists think that those large monkeys may, one day, drive trains. Now people are trying to get them to do something just like men.
45. According to the passage, dogs can help us ______. B. four C. five D. six
A. drive trains B. make cars C. keep houses safe D. carry logs
46. The underlined word “apes” refers to(指)_____.
A. honest dogs
B. large monkeys D. clever drivers C. strong elephants
47. From the passage, we know animals ______.
A. work for food
C. like working
Steve Jobs, the designer(设计者) of Apple Computer, was not clever when he was in school. At that time, he was not a good student and he always made troubles with his schoolmates. When he went into college, he didn’t change a lot. Then he school in the second year. But he was full of new ideas.
After he left college, Steve Jobs worked as a video game designer. He worked there for only several months and then he went to India. He hoped that the trip would give him some new ideas and give him a change in life.
Steve Jobs lived on a farm in California for a year after he returned from India.
In 1975, he began to make a new type of computer. He designed the Apple Computer with his friends, Steve Wozniak, in his garage. He chose the name “Apple” just because it could help him to remember a happy summer he once spent in an apple tree garden.
His Apple Computer was such a great success that Steve Jobs soon became famous all over the world.
48. The underlined phrase “” in Paragraph 1 means ______.
A. finished B. left C. kept D. taught B. work together D. like TV shows
49. Steve Jobs was famous for his ______ all over the world.
A. new ideas B. apple tree C. Apple Computer D. video games
50. From this passage we know Steve Jobs ______.
A. was very clever when he was in school
B. worked as a video game designer for a year
C. spent a happy summer in an apple tree garden
D. worked on a farm in California in 1975
51. Which is the best title for the passage?
A. Steve Jobs and his friends
C. Steve Jobs’ school life
James likes music. There was a concert in their town last Saturday. Some pop stars were going to sing in the music hall. James wanted to go to the concert, and he waited in a long queue(长队) to buy a ticket. But when it was his turn, the tickets were sold out. James felt sad and went back home. When he got home, his sister gave him a ticket. He was very happy and ran into his bedroom without supper. He changed his clothes quickly and put two sandwiches in his bag.
He ran to the bus stop and soon a bus came. He got on and found he had only ten cents on him. He asked, “How much is the ticket from here to the music hall, madam?”
“Fifteen cents,” the woman said.
He had to get off and ran down the street. And the next stop he caught a bus and asked,” How much is the ticket to the music hall?”
Just at that moment, the boy found he had run in a wrong direction.
52. Does James like music?
53. Who gave James a ticket to the concert?
____________ B. The Famous Apple Computer D. The father of Apple Computer
54. How much money did James have when he was on the bus?
55. Please give a name to this story.
Tom: Hi, Mary. I didn’t see you on Saturday. Did you go on our trip? Mary: ______ (56)
Mary: Because I have a lot of things to do.
Tom: What did you do?
Mary: I did some washing first, and then played with my little sister in the morning. In the afternoon, ______ (57).
Tom: Really? Not much fun.
Mary: ______ (58). I went to see a movie in the evening with my friends. ______ (59). Was the school trip interesting?
Tom: Yes. It was really great.
A. Yes, I did.
B. What about you?
C. No. I stayed at home.
D. Well, it wasn’t very bad.
E. I studied for my English test.
Look! The students in Class Three____________.
61. – 妈妈，我累了。
-- Mum, I’m tired!
-- ____________ for a while?
Thirty years ago, ____________ no computers in our school.
Mr. Johnson was fifteen years old ____________.
I can’t believe _____________ to get to Tianjin by train.
Li Hua had a busy Sunday last week. His friend, Tom, came to Beijing and they had a good time together.