1. The little kid ________ to bed twenty minutes ago,
but now he's running around the kitchen.
8. The committee has anticipated the problems that
_______ in the road construction project.
A. arise B. will arise C. arose D. have arisen
A. put B. has put C. was put 9. –He’s already back to Australia, _______? D. was putting
2. — Is there anything you want me to get on the bus?
— Sure. _________ take the suitcase?
A. Do you mind B. How about C. Had you better to D. Why don't you 3. I've _________ all the photos in the drawer but I still
can't find the one you need.
A. opened up B. given away C. handed out D. looked through 4. ―You ________ borrow my notes provided you take
care of them.‖ I told my friend.
--________. He is on a visit to Shanghai. A. isn’t he; No B. hasn’t he; Yes C. isn’t he; Yes D. hasn’t he; No
10. ________ beautiful day it is! Let’s go and have a
picnic in the park.
A. How B. How a C. What D.
11. His father likes going hiking. _________.
A. So does his mother
A. could B. should C. must B. So is his mother D. can
5. — I'm afraid I’ve broken the chair.
—_________, I can easily get it fixed.
A. No way B. Excuse me C. Never mind D. Go ahead
6. Everyone in our village likes Harry because he always
talks to others _________.
A. friendly B. lovely C. politely D. slowly
7. -- Excuse me, where are we going to have our class
--I’m not sure. Ask our monitor, please. He ________ know.
A. can B. may C. need D.
C. So his mother is D. So his mother does
12. --________ will the supper be ready? I’m very
hungry. --In a minute.
A. How soon B. How long C. How much D. How often
13. Excuse me, but may I ask you_________?
A. what business you're in B. what business are you in
C. in what business are you D. are you in what business
14. The little elephant is afraid to go home alone. He
always walks _______ his mother.
（欣赏）myself but A. besides B. beside C. below the eye. I learned not only to appreciate D. under
15. The girl ______ I just talked with is Ben’s sister.
to have deep love for others.
―Hold your head up high‖ has been _29_many times in my
A. whom B. which C. she home. Each of my children has felt its _30_.The gift she D. that
I was cute, active, happy…until that day when I was 15 months old. I had a bad fall.I_16_on a glass rabbit and it cut my eye badly enough to blind it. The doctor said that if the eye was taken out, my face would become out of _17_,so my scarred, blind and grey eye lived on with me. People often asked uncomfortable questions about my eye or_18_played jokes on me. When the kids played games, I was always the ―_19_guy.‖I _20_ imagining that everyone looked down on me.
Yet every time Mom noticed I was unhappy, she would say to me, ―Hold your head up high and face the world.‖It helped me move on in life.
As a child ,I thought Mom meant, ―Be careful or you will fall down or knock into something _21_you are not looking .‖As a teenager, I always looked down to hide my shame, but I found that people _22_me when sometimes I held my head up high.
In high school I was even made monitor, but _23_I still felt like a freak. All I really wanted was to look like _24_.When things got really bad, I would cry to my mom and she _25_look at me with loving eyes and say, ―Hold your head up high and face the world .Let them see the _26_that is inside.‖That is _27_Mom taught me pride. Mon’s love and encouragement gave me the confidence to remove my own doubt._28_I was able to look people in
gave me lives on in my children. 16.A. moved landed 17.A.place D. sight 18.A.still
C. appeared D.
20.A.dressed up B. stood up
D. brought up
C. grew up
B. liked C. enjoyed
else D. everyone else 25.A.would
B. why C. where
B. Immediately C. Finally
28.A.Normally D. Suddenly 29.A.shouted
B. heard C. broadcast
A. He sent e-mails. B. He did the cleaning
C. He sold computers. D. He filled in forms.
（ ）32. The man didn’t get the job because he_____________.
A. disliked such a job B. didn’t pass the test
C. didn’t have an e-mail D. knew nothing about computers
（ ）33. The man ______after he left Microsoft. A. went to look for another job
B. asked for food from door to door
C. thought of an idea to make monkey
D. bought a computer and got an e-mail
（ ）34. Why could the man become one of the biggest
food retailers in the US?
A. Because he had many friends to help him. B. Because he was smart and worked very hard. C. Because he had his own fleet of delivery
D. Because he wanted to show Microsoft he was living.
（ ）35. What does the story want to tell us?
A. Computers are very important in our daily life. B. Everyone can make a lot of money with
C. The HR manager didn’t find the ability of the
D. Nothing in the world is impossible if we work
A jobless man wanted very much to have the position of ―office boy‖ at Microsoft. The HR manager interviewed him and then watched him cleaning the floor as a test. ―You have passed the test,‖ he said. ―Give me your e-mail address and I’ll send you the form to fill in and the date when you may start.‖ The man replied, ―But I don’t have a computer, neither an e-mail.‖ ―I’m sorry,‖ said the HR manager. ―If you don’t have an e-mail, that means you are not living. And anyone who isn’t living cannot have the job.‖
The man left with no hope at all. He didn’t know what to do with only $10 in his pocket. He thought and thought. Then he went to the supermarket and bought 10 kilos of tomatoes. He sold the tomatoes from door to door. In less than two hours, he had 20 dollars. He repeated the operation three times, and started to go early every day, and returned home late. Shortly, he bought a cart , then a truck, then he had his own fleet of delivery vehicles. Five years later, the man was one of the biggest food retailers in the US.
One day, one of his friends asked him for his e-mail. He said, ―I haven’t got one.‖ His friend couldn’t believe his ears. ―Can you imagine what you could have been if you had an e-mail?‖ The man thought for a while and replied, ―Yes, I’d be an office boy at Microsoft!‖ （ ）31. What did the man do for the test?
Mark was walking home from school one day when he noticed a boy ahead of him. He had tripped (绊倒) and dropped all of the books he was carrying, along with some clothes, a baseball bat and a glove.
Mark knelt (跪) down and helped the boy pick up the things. Since they were going the same way, he offered to carry some things for the boy.
As they walked, Mark discovered the boy’s name was Bill. He loved video games, baseball and history, but he was having trouble with some of his subjects.
They arrived at Bill’s home first. Mark was invited in for a Coke and to watch some television. The afternoon passed pleasantly with some laughs and talk. Then Mark went home.
They continued to see each other around school, had lunch together once or twice, then both graduated from junior school.
Three days before graduation, Bill asked Mark if they could talk.
Bill reminded (提醒) Mark of the day years ago when they had first met. ―Did you ever wonder why I was carrying so many things home that day?‖ asked Bill.
―You see, I took away all my things from school. I had stored away some of my mother’s sleeping pills (安眠药). I was going home to kill myself. But after we spent some time talking and laughing, I realized that if I had died, I would have missed so many good times. So you see, Mark, when you picked up those books that day, you did a lot more._____________________‖
（ ）36. When Bill fell down on his way home, Mark ________.
A. didn’t notice that
B. went away quickly
C. helped him pick up the things D. carried all the things for him
（ ）37. Which of the following is NOT true? A. Mark was a warm-hearted boy. B. Bill was good at all of his subjects. C. Bill and Mark were in the same school. D. Bill loved video games, baseball and history. （ ）38. At Bill’s home, they didn’t ________. A. drink some Coke
B. watch TV
C. have a pleasant talk D. play video games （ ）39. Three days before graduation, Bill asked Mark
to talk because he ________.
A. wanted to tell him his story B. wanted to kill himself again C. hoped to have lunch together D. hoped to go on holiday together （ ）40. What would Bill probably say at last? A. I should die. life.
C. You did a good job. D. You helped me a lot.
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B. You saved my
care of those dogs and cats without homes. There is something for everyone.
―As a volunteer, I don’t want to get anything. Seeing the children’s happy faces, I’m happy, too.‖ Said Carlos Domingo, an old woman of 62. ―I often played computer games in my spare time before. Now I help older people learn how to use computers.‖ said another volunteer at the age of 18.
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（ ）41. When do the volunteers help others?
A. In their spare time. B. At weekends C. On weekdays. D. In the evenings.
（ ）42. _____ can be a volunteer.
A. Children B. Old women C. Anyone aged 12-70 D. Young people
（ ）43. Volunteers want to get _______ when they help others.
A. money B. computers C.
everything D. nothing
（ ）44. Carlos Domingo does volunteer work with ______.
A. animals B. children C.
computers D. older people
（ ）45. We can read such a passage ______.
new school．There he saw his new classmates and teachers．He enjoyed the visit．During the almost l50-kilometer drive home，he told US that he had told some of the students the date when we would move there. And he had also invited them to visit us.
The moving day, a Saturday, was a busy day. But we arrived at our new house at noon．About an hour later, kids began to come and soon one of them invited our son to his house to play for the afternoon．
By the time he returned，he knew where most of the kids lived and all of their family histories．
On Monday mornin9，the door bell rang just before the time he would leave for schoo1．Then it rang again and again．．
By the time he was ready，we had eight young boys waiting to walk to school with him on his first day．They all lived near US．
I asked them if their parents had sent them．The answers surprised and pleased me，“No，we just came so that he would have people to walk with.‖ and “It is the right thing to do．’’
The starting of lasting friendships were formed that day．We have lived here nearly six years and the same group of kids still plays together，goes to parties on weekends together，and surfs together．
I still get thinking how welcoming and kind those kids
A. in a newspaper B. in a storybook were．And how lucky my son is to have them as friends！C. in a picture book D. in a textbook
We moved to a new area when our son was in Grade Five. Before we moved，we took him to spend half a day at his
（ ）46．Before the family moved to the new area，the
son was taken to his new school ________． A．to invite the teachers to visit them B．to
play with his classmates
C．to see if the school was far D．to get to
（ ）47．What did the son know about other kids after
they played for the afternoon?
A．Their living places and family histories． B．Their family stories and their life． C．Their school life and family histories． D．Their living places and family members．
（ ）48．In the story，the son went to school ______ on his first day.
A．in his father’s car B．on a school bus C．on foot with other kids D．in another kid’s
（ ）49．Which of the following is Right according to the story?
A．The family moved to the new house on
B．The kids visited the house before the family
C．The son knew the kids well before he got
D．The son was invited to play in a kid’s house
later that afternoon．
（ ）50．The passage shows US that _______ ．
A．it’s easy to move to a new place B．it’s kind of people to help a new comer C．it’s difficult to make new friends D．it’s better to live in the same place
(he, the, grow, high, until, one, fail, loud,
Sir Edmund Hillary was the first man to climb Mount
Everest. On May 29, 1953 he climbed and measured 51)__________ highest mountain then known to man—29,000 feet straight up. He was spoken 52)__________ of for his efforts when he came back. He even made advertisements for big companies. However,
53)__________ we read his book, High Adventure, we don't understand that Hillary had to grow into this success.
You see, in 1952 he tried to climb Mount Everest, but 54)__________. A few weeks later a group in England asked him to give a 55)__________ to its members. Hillary was given a warm welcome 56)__________ walking on stage. People there thought him as a hero, but Edmund Hillary saw 57)__________ as a failure. He moved away from the microphone and walked to the side of the stage.
He lifted one hand and pointed at a picture of the mountain. He said in a 58)__________voice, “Mount Everest, you beat me the 59)__________ time, but I’ll beat you the next time because you’ve 60)__________all you are going to grow, but I'm still growing!”
61. –How much does the elephant w_______? --About two tons.
62. It’s everyone’s duty to protect the e__________. 63. R________ paper can help to protect the forests. 64. We should learn how to behave ourselves in s_________.
65. They are trying to p_______ down the old building. 66. It’s r______ to speak with your mouth full of food. 67. Advertisements have many a__________ but on the
other hand they also have lots of disadvantages. 68. In Peru, you are not s_________ to talk at the table. 69. He was c________ what to do next.
70. They are not the same as each other. They just look s________.
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16-20 DBBAD 21-25 CBDDA 26-30 DDCBA 三．阅读理解：
31-35 BCCBD 36-40 CBDAB 41-45 ACDBA 46-50 DACDB 四．选词填空：
51. the 52.highly 53.until 54.failed 55.speech
56. when 57.himself 58.loud 59.first 60.grown 五． 单词拼写：
61. weigh 62. environment 63. Recycling 64. Society
65. pull 66. rude 67. advantages 68. Supposed
69. considering 70. similar