（ ）1.---Bill hasn’t bought a travel guidebook yet. What about you?
----Don’t worry. I’ve got one .
A. just B. yet C. then D. already
（ ）2. Did you have your computer yesterday ?
A. repair B. to repair C. repairing D. repaired
（ ）3 ---Where is your father, Jenny?
---He to Shanghai on business.
A. has been B. has gone C. went. D. will go
（ ）4The librarian books .students
A. borrows; from B. lends; to C. returns; to D. gives back; to （ ）5.---The window is dirty.
---I know. It for weeks.
A. hasn’t cleaned B. didn’t clean C. wasn’t cleaned D. hasn’t been cleaned
（ ）6.---Have you ever to Hawaii before?
---Yes, it’s beautiful. It is better than any in Australia
A. gone; beach B. been; beach C. gone; beaches D. been; beaches （ ）7. When we got to the bus stop, the bus for about half an hour.
A. has left B. left C. has been away D. had been away （ ）8.The meeting has already started for about ten minutes but
Henry yet.He must have something important to do.
A. hasn’t led us to it B. has turned point C. hasn’t appeared D. miss it
Tom went into the station shortly after five o’clock in the afternoon. This is a bad time to travel in London, both by bus and by train, because people go home from work at this hour. He had to 1 a long queue of people who were waiting for tickets. When at last his 2
came, he got the right ticket and, 3 asking several people the way.
He 4 found the right platform. It was crowded. He was not able to get on the first train; he was able to move near to the edge of the platform so as to be in a 5 place
to get on the next one. When it came in, Tom was 6 forward to the train by
the 7 of people from behind .The doors closed and the train moved off before he was able to get his breath 8 .Since he was unable to 9 the names of the station where the train stopped, he had to count the number of stops 10 he could know where to get off .His station was the seventh along the line.
When the train reached the seventh station, Tom got off. But he was surprised to see that he had got off at station that he had never heard of. A man on the platform told him that he had traveled on a train in wrong direction.
（ ）1. A. jump B. stand C. join D. find
（ ）2 .A. turns B. hour C. train D. luck
（ ）3. A. on B. by C. through D .without
（ ）4. A. first B. already C. almost D. also
（ ）5. A. safe B. better C. right D. empty
（ ）6. A. thrown B. swept C. sent D. driven
（ ）7. A. race B. number C. queue D. rush
（ ）8. A. back B. over C. down D. out
（ ）9. A. follow B. see C. remember D. call
（ ）10. A. because B. although C. since D. so that
Young people are often unhappy when they are with their parents . They say that their parents don’t understand them . They often think their parents are too strict with them, and they are never given a free hand.
Parents often find it difficult to win their children’s trust and they seem to forget how they themselves felt when they are young.
For example, young people like to do things without much thinking. It’s one of their ways to show that they grow up and they can do with any difficult things. Older people worry more easily. Most of them plan things ahead and don’t like their plans to be changed.
When you want your parents to let you do something, you will have better success if you ask before you really start doing it.
Young people often make their parents angry by clothes they want, the music they enjoy and something else. But they don’t mean to cause (引起) any trouble . They just feel that in this way they can be cut off from the old people’s world and they want to make a new culture of their own . And if their parents don’t like their music or clothes or their manner of speech , the young people feel very unhappy .
Sometimes you even don’t want your parents to say “Yes ” to what you do . You want to stay at home alone and do what you like .
If you plan to control (控制) your life , you’d better win your parents over and try to get them to understand you . If your parents see that you have high sense of respon suability (责任感) , they will certainly give you the right to do what you want to do.
( ) 1.Young people often think that their parents are too strict with them .
( ) 2. Parents also thought differently from the older when they were young .
( ) 3. What young people do is to make their parents unhappy.
( ) 4. When children grow up, parents would like them to do everything alone.
( ) 5. Unless you get your parents to understand you, you can control your life.
In 1826, a Frenchman named Niepce needed pictures for his business. But he was not a good artist. So he invented a very simple camera. He put it in a window of his house and took a picture of his garden. That was the first photo.
The next important date in the history of photography was in 1837. That year, Daguerre, another Frenchman, took a picture of his reading room. He used a new kind of camera in a different way. In his picture you could see everything very clearly, even the smallest thing, this kind of photo was called a Daguerreotype.
Soon, other people began to use Daguerre’s way. Travelers brought back
wonderful photos from all around the world. People took pictures of famous buildings, cities and mountains.
In about 1840, photographers had to carry a lot of film and other machines. But this did not stop them, for example, some in the United States worked so hard.
Mathew Brady was a famous American photographer. He took many pictures of great people. The pictures were unusual because that were very lifelike(栩栩如生).
Photographers also became one kind of art by the end of the 19th century. Some photos were not just copies of the real world. They showed their feelings, like other kinds of art.
( ) 6. The first photo taken by Niepce was a picture of .
A. his business B. his house C. his garden D. his window
( ) 7. The Daguerreotype was .
A. a Frenchman B. a kind of picture
C. a kind of comers D. a photographer
( ) 8. If a photographer wanted to take pictures of moving things in the year of 1840, he had to .
A. watch lots of films B. buy an expensive camera
C. stop in most cities D. take many films and something else with him
( ) 9. Mathew Brady .
A. was very lifelike B. was famous for his unusual pictures
C. was quite strong
D. took many pictures of moving people
( ) 10. This passage tells us .
A. how photography was developed
B. how to show your ideas and feelings in pictures
C. how to take pictures in the world D. how to use different cameras
1. What is his p ________ in doing this?
2 .We put the bowls, spoons and chopsticks in the c _______ .
3. He wrote a p ________about war in 1960.
4. Mr. Green didn’t a _______at yesterday’s meeting.
5. Have you ever c _________stamps?
请以“My hometown ”为题，按以下内容要求写一篇80 词左右的短文。