1.I’m hungry. I want __________ to eat.
A. anything B. something
C. everything D. nothing
2. My teacher asked me to __________ our school English speech contest.
A. take part in B. join
C. get D. make
3. In summer, he likes going to the beach and lying __________ the sun.
A. on B. in
C. under D. with
4. He has two sisters. One is a teacher, and __________ is a doctor.
A. another B. the other
C. either D. the others
5. Tom __________ in China now. He calls his parents once a week.
A. is studying B. will study
C. has studied D. studied
6. What __________ to her yesterday evening?
A. was happened B. happened
C. happening D. happen
7. —You look sad, Kate.
—Yeah, I have made __________ mistakes in my report.
A. a little B. little
C. a few D. few
8. —When did you __________ Europe?
—We __________ there on March 6th .
A. arrived; arrived B. arrived to; got
C. reach; got D. got; reached
9. —Where would you like to go on vacation?
—I’d like to go __________.
10. The meeting __________ 40 minutes.
A. went B. lasted
C. had D. reached
11. The price of these clothes is __________ than before.
A. very expensive B. more expensive
C. much expensive D. more high
12. —What’s your plan for the summer holiday?
—I’ve no idea, but I’ve decided __________ at home and have a good rest first.
A. stay B. to stay
C. stayed D. staying
13. —__________ did they work here?
—For more than five years.
A. How far B. How often
C. How much D. How long
14. You’d better try______ the work _____ another way.
A. doing, in B. doing, with C. to do, for D. to do, with
15. _ ______ do you go swimming?
_Once a week.
A. How many times B. How often C. How long D. How soon
I was born in New York, but I grew up in San Francisco. I liked living in San Francisco. There were many parks in San Francisco. My sisters and I often played in the parks. I didn’t go to school when I was five. My mother taught me and my two sisters at home. An English lady taught us at my home, too. About
once a week we walked to Golden Gate Park. While we were walking, my mother taught me to read music. One day, I noticed a little toy train in the window of a shop. I hoped to have one. But I couldn’t say “r”. My mother said if I could say “r” well, I would have the toy train. I practiced and practiced. Then one morning I woke everybody up with my “r”s. I got the toy train. I usually got the things I wanted in life—but I worked hard for them. 根据短文内容，判断下列句子正(T)、误(F)。
1. The writer likes living in New York.
2. The writer didn’t go to school at the age of five.
3. The writer didn’t go to school at all. w ww. xkb1. com
4. The writer got the little toy train after he could say “r” well.
5.The writer told us how to get the things he wanted in life.
My wife and I spent two weeks in England last year. We went there in autumn. The weather was quite good and there weren’t many visitors in October. We stayed in a small hotel in the West End. We did most of the sightseeing on foot. Taxis were expensive. We saw Buckingham Palace, the National Gallery and Piccadilly Circus. We went shopping in Oxford Street and spent too much money. We liked going to the theatre best. We didn’t have time to see such wonderful plays at home. Many people said English food was very bad. But we didn’t think so. We had some very good meals. We enjoyed our holiday very much and we decided to go there this year again.
6. Why did they go to England in the autumn?
A. Because they could stay in a cheap hotel when in autumn.
B. Because they could have good meals in October.
C. Because the weather was good and there weren’t many visitors.
D. Because they could go shopping in autumn.
7. How did they go sightseeing?
A. On foot. B. By taxi. C. By bus. D. By car.
8. Where did they go shopping?
A. In the West End. B. In Oxford Street.
C. At Piccadilly Circus. D. At Buckingham Palace.
9. What did they like best?
A. Eating English food. B. Visiting the National Gallery.
C. Going to the theatre. D. Going shopping.
10. Which of the following didn’t they visit?
A. Buckingham Palace. B. Big Ben.
C. The National Gallery. D. Piccadilly Circus.
One day Mark Twain told a story about his first money.
Schoolboys in those days didn't respect（尊敬）their teachers. They didn't take care of school things, either. The school had a rule: If a student damaged（损坏）his desk, the teacher would beat him in front of the whole school, or the student had to pay five dollars.
Mark Twain once found his desk was damaged in some way, he had to tell his father about the school's rule. His father thought it would be too bad if the teacher beat his son in public（当众）, so he agreed to give him five dollars. But before giving him the money, the father gave his son a good beating. The next day Mark Twain decided he would take another beating at school, so he could keep the five dollars. In this way, he got his first money.
6.In those days, if somebody damaged his desk, he would_________.
A. leave school B. pay money C. be beaten by his father D. earn five dollars
7.When Mark Twain was______, he earned his first money.
A. ten years old B. at school C. beaten for the first time D.working
8.Mark Twain was beaten （打）twice because he__________.
A. damaged two desks B. damaged his desk twice
C.wanted to keep the money D. didn't respect his teacher
9.Mark Twain's father gave him five dollars. He wanted his son to________.
A. keep the money B. hand the money to the teacher
C. disgrace（给?带来耻辱）his family D. take a beating
10.Which of the following is NOT true?
A.Mark Twain was a famous writer.
B. Mark Twain was a bad student in school.
C.The school was right to beat Mark Twain.
D.We should earn money as Mark Twain did.
A bag is useful and the word “bag” is useful, too. It gives us some interesting phrases（短语）.One is “to let the cat out of the bag" It is the same as “to tell the secret”. There is an old interesting story about it. Long ago, when people sold things in big cloth（布）bags, a woman asked a man for a pig. The man held up his cloth bag. There seemed to be a little pig in it. The woman asked to see it. When the man opened the cloth bag, a big black cat ran out. Not a pig! The man's secret was out and everyone knew it.
Now when someone lets out（泄漏）a secret, he "let's the cat out of the bag". And that is the story where the interesting phrase came from.
11. The phrase “to let the cat out of the bag” came from_______.
A. a woman and a pig B. a man and a cat
C. a pig and and a cat D.an interesting story
12.The woman wanted to buy_____.
A. a cloth bag B. a little pig C. a black cat D. a bag and a pig
13.The man knew there was ___ in his cloth bag.
A. a bag B. a pig C. a cat D. nothing
14.At the end of the second passage"??everyone knew it", it means______.
A. there was a pig in the man's bag B. the woman bought a cat
C. the cloth bag D. the man's cat
15.John "let the cat out of the bag" means he _____.
A .makes everyone know a secret B. puts the cats away from the bag
C. buys a cat in the bag D.sells the cat in the bag
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