Hello! My name is Sun Wei. Here is an American boy. His name is David Smith. He is twelve. And I am twelve, too. David is in Class Three, Grade One. I am in Class Three, Grade One, too. He is Number Eight, Row Five. I am Number Five, Row Four.
( )1.David A. is B. am C. are
( A. ten B. eleven C. twelve
( )3.Sun Wei is Class Three, Grade One A. in B. on C. of
( )4.David is in Row A. Four B. Five C. One]
( A. Four B. Five D. Eight
My name is Jim Green. I am twelve. That is my mother. She is a teacher. That is my father. His name is Jeff Green. He is a teacher, too. He is an English teacher. ? That is my sister, Kate. She is eight. This is Polly. It is a bird. It is a parrot.
( )1. Jim Green is eleven. ( )2. His mother is teacher.
( )3. His father is a Chinese teacher. ( )4. His sister is twelve.( )5. He has a bird.
Van and Ted are twin brothers. They look the same. They are English. They are eleven. They are in No.15 Middle School. They are new students in Class One, Grade One. Van sits in Row One. Ted sits in Row Three.
( )1. Van and Ted are B. twin brother C. twin brothers
( )2. They are B. American C. Chinese
( )3. They are A. ten B. eleven C. twelve
( )4. They are students. A. new B. old C. good
( )5. Ted sits Row Three. A. on B. in C. at
My name is Mary. I am eleven. Ted is my brother. He is thirteen. We are in the same school. My mother is a teacher. She is a teacher in our school. My father is a teacher, too. He is a Chinese teacher in a college. I have a cat. Its name is Miaomiao. It is white. It is a nice cat. We are good friends.
( )1. I am twelve. ( )2. Ted is Mary?s brother. ( )5. I have a cat.
( )3. Ted and I are in the same class. ( )4. My parents are teachers.
This is a Chinese gird. Her name is Wu Yan. She is a new student. She is in Yuying Middle School. She is in Class One, Grade Two. Bill is an American boy. He is eleven. He is Yuying Middle School, too. Miss Li is their PE teacher. She is a good teacher.
( A. a Chinese girl B. an American girl C. an English girl
( )2. She is a student. A. good B. new C. old
( )3. Bill is B. an American boy C. a good boy
( )4. Their PE is Miss Li. A. friend B. teacher C. student
( )5. Miss Li is a good A. teacher B. student C. boy
This is my friend, Jim. He is an English boy. He is twelve. He is in Class Three, Grade One. He is Number Two in Row Five. My name is Dong Cheng. I am a Chinese boy. I am twelve, too. I am in Class One. I am Number One in Row One.
( )1. Jim is an American boy. ( )2. Dong Cheng is an English boy.
( )3. Jim is in Class Three, Grade One. ( )4.Dong Cheng is Number One in Row One.
( )5. Dong Cheng and Jim are brothers.
Jane White is an American girl. She is fifteen. She is a middle school student. He father is Bill White and her mother is Joan White. He brother, Bob, is a student, too. He is in a black coat and Jane is in a red sweater.
1. Jane White is American girl. years old.
4. Jane?s sweater is .5. Bob?s coat is 1
My name is Gao Ping. My English teacher is Julia. She is from England. She has two children, a son and a daughter. Her daughter is Betty. Her son is Dick. Julia and her daughter are in China, but her husband Paul Smith is in England. Her son is in America. Paul is a policeman. Dick is a college student. Betty and I are in the same school. We are classmates, and we are good friends. I teach her Chinese and she teaches me English.
( )1. Julia and Paul are Betty?s A. teachers B. students C. parents
( )2. Dick?s is my good friend.
A. father B. mother C. sister
( )3. Dick and Betty are A. sisters and brothers
B. sister and brother
C. sister and brothers
( )4.Betty?s father is a in England.
A. teacher B. policeman C. worker
( )5. Paul?s wife is a in China.
A. teacher B. worker C.housewife
Betty: (Knocking at the door)
Mr Han: Who is it? Go and see, Meimei.
Han Mei: Oh, it?s you, Betty. Glad to see you.
Betty: Hi, Han Mei. Glad to see you, too. Is everyone in?
Han Mei: Yes. We are all here. Come in, please.
Betty: Thank you.
( )1. Betty is knocking at the door.
( )2. Mr Han opens the door.
( )3. This is Meimei?s home.
( )4. Everyone isn?t in.
( )5. Their friends are at Han Mei?s home.
My name is Ted Pike. I am a worker in a big store. I don?t work in the morning. I only work at night. Every morning I come home at about half past six. I have breakfast at seven. After 2
breakfast I go to bed. I get up at about half past two. I have lunch at a quarter to three and supper at twenty to eight. Then I go to work at a quarter past eight. I start work at nine. I look after the store every night. I like my work very much.
( )1. Ted works in the morning.
( )2. Ted sleeps at 6:30 a.m.
( )3. Ted doesn?t work at 12 p.m.
( )4. Ted goes to work at 8:15 p. m.
( )5. Ted is at home in the morning.
Hello! My name is Alice. There are seven people in my family. My grandfather and grandmother are in America. My parents are English teachers in China. I have two brothers. They are twins. We are students in the same school. I am in Grade One. They are in Grade Three.
( )1. Three are people in Alice?s family.
A. eight B. seven C. ten
( )2. Here parents are China.
A. at B. on C. in
( children in her family.
A. seven B. three C. two
( )4. They are in same school.
A. a B. an C. the
( )5. Her parents are A. doctors B. teachers C.workers
Bob Pearson is an old man. He has two big houses and a new car. He has no wife, but he is a father of four children. He has two sons and two daughters. One son is from England. His name is Bill. The other son is from America. His name is Mike. One of his daughters is from China. Her name is Lanlan. The other one is from Japan. Her name is Nikon.
Bob Pearson is not the children?s real father, but he loves them very much. The children love their “father”, too. Bob Pearson has many toys for the children. He gives different toys to different children. The boys play with toy cars. The girls play with dolls and toy animals. Bob Pearson is the children?s “father”, and he is their good friend, too.
( )1. Bob Pearson has six children.
( )2. Bob Pearson is a nice young man.
( )3. Nikon is a Japanese girl.
( )4. Bill and Mike are from England.
( )5. Nikon and Lanlan like toy animals.
Look at this desk. It?s Jim?s desk. It?s brown. Jim?s book is on it. It?s an English book. His pencil-box is on it, too. His pencil is in his pencil-box. But where?s his pen? He can?t find it.
( )1. Jim?s desk is brown.
( )2. Jim?s book is on his bed.
( )3. His book is a Chinese book.
( )4. His pencil is in his pencil-box.
( )5. His pen is on his desk.
This is a picture of a family. The grandmother?s name is Harry Smith. The grandfather?s name is Jean Smith. They are very old. They are Americans.
The father?s name is Lake Smith. He is 44. The mother?s name is Kate Smith. She is 40. They have a son of ten and a daughter of fifteen.
The son?s name is John Smith and the daughter?s mane is Mary Smith. They are students of No.12 Middle School. Kate is a teacher of the same school. Lake is a policeman. It?s a very good family.
( )1. Lake Smith?s parents areA. Americans B. American C. America
( )2. John?s father is A. 44 B. 40 C. very old
( )3. Mary?s mother is a A. teacher B. policeman C. doctor
( )4. they are in the school.
A. some B. same C. any
A. six B. two C. four
Sue: How are you, Jack?
Jack: Fine, thank you. And you?
Sue: I?m fine, too. Thank you. But I can?t find the picture. I must find the picture. I must find it now.
Jack: Which picture?
Sue: It?s a new one. My father, my mother and I are in it. My father is in a blue coat. My mother is in a red dress. I?m in brown blouse. A tree is behind us.
Jack: Oh, look! What?s that under the table?
Sue: Yes, that?s it! Thank you, Jack.
Jack: That?s all right.
( )1. Sue can?t the picture.
A. draw B. find C. see
( )2. The picture is
A. old B. new C. good
( )3. There are people in the picture.
A. two B. three C. four
( )4. The woman in a red dress is Sue?s
A. father B. teacher C. mother
( )5. The tree is them.
A. behind B. beside C. out of
I have a nice picture of a room. I see some boys and girls in it. Two boys are at a table. They are Tom and Jone. Who?s that in a red skirt? She is Sue. She?s on a chair. Look! Who?s under the bed? It?s Jim. A cat is under the bed, too.
( )1. I have a picture of a classroom.
( )2. I see five boys and girls in the room.
( )3. Sue is in a red skirt.
( )4. Jim is under the bed.
( )5. The cat is on the table.
Mr. Green is an Englishman. He is a teacher. He teaches English in No.15 Middle School in Beijing. He likes teaching a lot. He goes to work by school bus every morning.
There are fifty students in his class. He speaks English with them in class. He plays games with them after class. He likes them very much. And his students love him, too. They are good friends.
( )1. Mr. Green is Canadian.
( )2. He likes teaching very much.
( )3. He goes to work by bike every morning.
( )4. He speaks Chinese in class.
( )5. He likes his students very much.
Chen Fang: Hello! I?m Chen Fang. Nice to meet you.
Mary: Nice to meet you, too. My name?s Mary Brown. I?m new. I want to make more friends here.
Chen Fang: Me, too. Where do you come from, then?
Mary: New York. And what?s your nationality?
Chen fang: I?m Chinese. Are you at net?
Mary: Yes. Very often.
Chen Fang: What?s your net address, please?
Mary: email@example.com. What about yours?
Chen Fang: Chenfang@sohu.com
Mary: I?ll deliver the e-mail to you on holiday.
Chen Fang: Thank you. I?ll do that, too.
A. teachers B. students C. boys
A. American B. Chinese C. an English girl
( )3. Chen Fang has ,too.
A. a net address B. TV C. an E-mail
( )4. They want to make more
A. planes B. money C. friends
( A. today B. on Monday C. on holiday
This is the twin?s bedroom. In the room we can see a map. It is a map of China. Books are on the desk. They have a clock on the desk, too.
Their skirts are on the bed. Their shoes are under the chair. Everything is tidy. Their room is not big. It?s very nice. The twins like it very much.
( )1. The twins don?t have a map in their room.
( )2. We can see their books on the desk.
( )3. We can?t see their shoes.
( )4. The room is big.
( )5. They like their room very much.
It is a fine Sunday morning. Ann and her mother are on a big bus. There are many people on it. Some of them come from America, and some come from England and others come from Japan. They are all their friends. They are going to the Great Wall. There are two Chinese on the bus. One is a woman. She is driving the bus. The other is a young man. He speaks good English. He is now talking about the Great Wall. The other people are all listening to him. They like the Great Wall. They want to see it very much.
( )1. Ann and her mother are on a big bus on Monday.
( )2. A lot of people are going with them.
( )3. Many friends from America, England and Japan are on the bus.
( )4. They want to see the Great Wall.
( )5. The bus driver is a young man.
My white looks out of his window. There is a boy at the there side of the street. The boy takes some bread out of a bag and begins eating it. There is a very thin dog in the street too. The boy says to it, “ Come here, good dog. I?ll give you some bread.” The dog is hungry and goes to the boy, but he does not give it any bread. He kicks the dog. It runs away. Then Mr. White comes out of his house and says to the boy, “ I?ll give you a shilling.”
The boy is happy and says, Yes”. “Come here,” Mr. White says. The boy goes to him, but Mr. White doesn?t give him a shilling. He hits him with a stick.
The boy cries and says, “ Why do you hit me? I don?t ask you for any money.” “ No,” Mr. White says, “ And the dog doesn?t ask you for any bread, but you kick it.”
( )1. Mr. White out of the window.
A. look B. looks C. looking
( )2, There is a dog in the street.
A. fat B. thin C. hungry
( )3. The boy does not give bread to the dog.
A. some B. any C. the
( )4. Mr. White hits the boy a stick.
A. with B. in C. use
( )5. The boy doesn?t ask Mr. White any money.
A. for B. of C. in
This is a picture. It?s a picture of my bedroom. Look at it, please. What can you see in the picture? I can see a bed, a desk and a chair. What can you see on the wall? I can see a map and a kite. What map is it? It?s a map of China. I can see a light, some books and some flowers on the desk. Where are my coats and trousers? Oh, they?re in the box. You can?t see them.
( )1. This is a picture of a classroom.
( )2. I can see a map of China on the wall.
( )3. The light is in the desk.
( )4. I can see the coats in the box.]
( )5. I can?t see any trousers.
Look at the picture. We can see a hill in it. On the hill there are some trees. There are some birds in the trees. Behind the trees there is a house. There is a river near the hill. We can see a boat in the river. There are two boys in the boat.
1. We can see a hill in the 2. There is a house the trees.
3. There are some birds the tree.
4. There are in the boat.
5. The river is the hill.
“Joe,” says his father, “Put on your cap and let us go for a walk.”
Joe is happy. He likes to go out with his father. He put on his cap and coat and says, “Father, I am ready.” Joe and his father go out into the street. Suddenly they see big black dog. The dog begins to bark. Joe is afraid of the dog. He wants to run away. His father says, “ Don?t be afraid, Joe, Don?t you know the proverb ? A barking dog does not bite??”
“Oh, yes,” says Joe. “ I know the proverb, you know the proverb, but does the dog know the proverb?”
“You are right,” says his father. “We had batter be careful about the dog. It is never good to taken an enemy for a friend. But don?t be afraid. Let us go on.”
( )1. Joe?s father asks Joe to go for a walk
A. after him B. follow him C. with him.
( to go out with his father.
A.like B. likes C. wants
( )3. They see a big in the street.
A. black dog B. whiter dog C. black cat
( )4. The dog begins
A. to run after Joe B. to bark C. to run away
( )5. They don?t be afraid and
A. to run B. to go C. go on
An old tiger lives in the forest. He does not want to look for food now. He often tells other animals to bring him something to eat.
He see a monkey and says, “ I am hungry, Monkey. Go to the village and bring me a fat pig.”
“Oh, Tiger,” says the monkey. “ I cannot do that now. There is another tiger over there. He also wants a fat pig. He will not let me get anything for you to eat. I am afraid of him.” “What?” cries the old tiger? “Show me that tiger. I will talk to him.”
“Come with me,” says the monkey.
The monkey and the tiger get to a bridge over the river.
“ Now look down at the river,” says the monkey.
“Do you see the head, the white teeth and the large green eyes of a tiger?”
“Yes, I do.” Cries the old tiger, “ I will eat him up1”
With these words, the tiger jumps into the water.
A. a big pig B. a thin pig C. a fat pig
( )2. The monkey is afraid the tiger.
A. from B. of C. about
( )3 The monkey and the tiger get the river.
A. to…over B. on…on C. in…in
( )4. these words, the tiger eats him up.
A. Under B. With C. Over
( )5. The tiger jumps the water.
A. in B. into C. on
Tom and Fred are students. They are both twelve years old, and they are in the same class in their school.
Last Friday afternoon they have a fight in class, and their teacher is very angry. He says to both of them, “ Stay here after the lessons this afternoon, and write your names a hundred times.”
After the last lesson, all the other boys go home, but Tom and Fred stay in the classroom with their teacher.
They begin writing their names. The teacher looks at him and says, “ Why are you crying, Fred?”
“Because his name is Tommy, and my name is very very long. My name is Frederick Hollingsworth.” Fred says.
( )1. Tom and Fred are classmates.
( )2. Last Friday Fred and Tom have a fight in class, and their teacher is very happy.
( )3. All the other boys go home after school.
( )4. Tom and Fred do not go home. They stay in the classroom and write their teacher?s name.
( )5. Fred begins crying, because be can?t write his name.
Some monkeys are playing in a tree near a lake. They are having a good time.
Suddenly a little monkeys cry, “ Look, the moon has dropped into the water!” “Get it out, hurry!” says the old monkey.
The little monkey hangs from the tree by his tail. Then each monkey hangs from the other by his legs.
At last they get to the water, but still they cannot scoop up the moon. Another little monkey finds half a gourd to scoop up the moon. Aha! He gets the moon in the gourd.
At that time all the monkey come for the moon. But the gourd drops and the moon are broken. The monkeys are very sorry. But they look up, they find the moon is still high up in the sky, shining bright.
2. monkey sees the moon has dropped into the water.
3. The monkeys hang from the tree by their tails .
4. All the monkeys come the moon.
5. The moon is still high up
My name is Zhou Dan. I?m a Chinese girl. I?m twelve. I?m from Zhengzhou, China. Do you know Zhengzhou? It?s in the middle of China. I?m in No. 8 Middle School. There are about nine hundred students and fifty teachers in our school. Ours is a good school in Zhengzhou. I?m in Class 2, Grade 1. There are 49 students in our class, 29 girls and 20 boys. My English teacher is Miss Zhao Dan. Our names are almost the same, right? She is nice to me. We?re good friends. I like English, and I like music, too. I want to find a pen friend. Please write to me.
A. Chinese B. China C. English D. England
( )2. There are teachers in their school.
A. 15 B. 50 C. 900 D. 19
( )3. There are boys in Zhou Dan?s class.
A. forty-nine B. twenty C. twelve D. twenty-nine
( )4. Zhou Dan and her English teacher are good .
A. friends B. students C. teachers D. boys
( )5. Zhou Dan wants to find a .
A. pen B. teacher C. pen friend D. worker
This is a picture. It?s a classroom. It is a big room. In the picture, you can see the teacher?s desk, six desks, six chairs and a blackboard. You can see a boy and two girls, too.
Two books are on the teacher?s desk. A pencil box is on the desk. Two pens and a ruler are in the pencil box. A bag is behind a chair. Two cats are on the blackboard.
The boy is Jim. He is twelve.
The girl in the hat is Lily. She is twelve, too. The other girl is Sue. She is twelve. The girls are twins. They are in Class 2, Grade 1. Their teacher is Mr. Green. He is not here.
( )1. This is a picture of a big classroom.
( )2. You can see two boys and girls.
( )3. There are some books and a pencil box on the teacher?s desk.
( )4. Where?s the bag? It?s behind a chair.
( )5. Lily?s teacher is here.
One day Tom tells his friends, “ I?m going to have holidays in Beijing. But I can?t speak Chinese, so I?m going to have evening classes and have Chinese lessons there for a month.” Soon his holidays come and he goes to China happily. After he comes back, his friends ask him, “ Do you have any trouble with your Chinese when you are in Beijing, Tom?” “ No, I don?t.” answers Tom, “ But the Chinese do!”
( )1. Tom Beijing.
A. lives in B. is going to C. stays in D. comes to
( )2. Tom Chinese for a month.
A. studies B. is a C. meets D. looks for
( )3. Tom China very happily.
A. lives in B. is in C. goes to D. comes back from
( )4. Tom trouble with his Chinese in China.
A. has some B. does have any
C. has no D. can understand
( )5. “But the Chinese do.” MeansA. the Chinese people have trouble with my Chinese.
B. the Chinese people don?t understand Chinese.
C. Tom?s Chinese good. People can understand him easily.
D. the Chinese know themselves.
Some cats are black. Some cats are white. Some cats are black and white. But no cats are green. I have a mother cat. She has three sons and two daughters. The mother cat loves her sons and daughters and they love their mother very much. And she looks after them.
( )1. Cats are
A. black B. white C. black and white D. A or B or C
( )2. Cats green.
A. are B. are not C. love D. have
( )3. I have .
A. two sons B. three daughters
C. some cats D. three sons and two daughters
( )4. The sons and the daughters love very much.
A. the mother cat B. my mother C. me D. their mother?s cats
( )5. Who looks after the sons and the daughters?
A. The white mother cat. B. The black mother cat.
C. The mother cat. D. No one.
Man: Hello, Kate. Are you in Class One?
Woman: Yes, I am.
Man: How many students are there in your class?
Woman: There are forty-five.
Man: How many boys and girls are there in your class?
Woman: There are twenty-two boys and twenty-three girls.
( )1. The boy and Kate are in the same school.
( )2. Kate and the boy are in the same class.
( )3. There are forty-five students in Kate?s class.
( )4. There are fifty-five students in the boy?s class.
( )5. In Kate?s class there are twenty- three boys and twenty-two girls.
I have a good friend in my home. It?s a cat. Its name is Mimi. It?s white and yellow. And it?s very beautiful. I play with it after school. It often plays with a ball or lines. My friends, Mary and Alice come to see it, but it is behind sofas or in a box. Our families sit in a sofa and it can go there with us. In the evening, I must study at my desk, but it is on the desk, too. At that time, I put it down. Is it my good friend? Guess, please.
( )1. Mimi is the name of a A. boy B. girl C. cat D. bird
( )2. Who is my friend in my home?
A. Mary B. Alice C. Mimi D. My brother
( )3. Can my friends see my cat in my home?
A. Yes, they can. B. No, they can?t.
C. Yes, they can?t. D. No, they can.
( )4. I often play with after school.
A. a ball B. the cat C. books D. lines
( )5. and I put the cat onto the floor.
A. The cat isn?t my good friend.
B. I don?t play with the cat.
C. I want to go to bed.
D. I must study in the evening.
Fred and Jean are brother and sister. They are Americans. They are in the same school. Their school is not far from their home. Fred is in Mr Black?s class. He is thirteen. He is one of the best students in his class. Mr Black likes him. He is good at Chinese, but Mr Black is not. Jean is eleven. She is in Mrs Black?s class. Mrs Black is an English teacher. Jean is good at English, but she is not good at Chinese.
( )1. Are Fred and Jean twins?
A. Yes, they are.
B. No, they aren?t.
C. Yes, they are in the same class.
D. No, they are not American.
( )2. How old is Jean? She is_____________.
A. eleven B. twelve C. thirteen D. ten
( )3. Who is good at Chinese?
A. Mr Black B. Mrs Black C. Jean D. Fren
( )4. Where is Fred and Jean?s school?
A. It?s in China.
B. It?s behind a hill.
C. It?s near their home.
D. It?s in English.
( )5. Which sentence is wrong?
A. Fren and Jean are in the same family.
B. Mr Black and Mrs Black are Fred and Jean?s father and mother.
C. Mr Black likes Fred very much.
D. Mrs Black is Jean?s English teacher.