1. A. badly broke B.ruined completely C.messed up D.damaged entirely
2. A.How… like B .How… think about C .What… like D .What… think of
3. People usually don’t A .enjoy eating B .like to eat C. want to eat D .feel eating
A .search B. discover C. establish D .took for
5. A .showed off B .showed around C. went away D .showed up
6. if there’s a fire in the building.
A .walk away B .make a sudden noise C .get off D .make a big noise
7. This kind of games you’re A .uninteresting B .sad C .lively D .interesting
8. A .ways B .kinds C .parts D .modes
9. A .highly B .closely C .badly D .very
10. A .missed B. ended C .lost D .disappeared
11 . The students ______ trees if it ______ raining tomorrow.
A. will plant, will stop B. will plant, stops
C. plant, will stop D. plant, stops
12 . They asked me _______ finish my homework.
A. when I could B. I when would C. When I can D. When could I
13 . When I came into the room, I saw him _______ his homework.
A. did B. does C. doing D. to do
14 . He said that he would go to London ________.
A. the next month B. last month C. the month before D. next month
15 . It happened ________ a winter night.
A. at B. on C. in D. for
16 . He's worked here _______ 4 o'clock this afternoon.
A. for B. at C. since D. about
17. He asked me , but I didn't know _________.
A. how to tell B. what to speak
C. to say what D. what to say
18 . She doesn't like to _______ a black dress.
A. wear B. put on C. dress D. put in
19 . I have _______ much work to do _______ I have no time to go out with you.
A. such, that B. so, that C. so, as D. such, as
20 . "You're a very good student." "__________"
A. No, not at all B. Yes, I am
C. Just so and so D. I'm glad to hear that
21 . There are three students in the reading room. One is a boy, ______ two are girls.
A. the others B. the other C. other D. another
22 . Let's go out for a walk, _________ ?
A. won't you B. don't we C. why not D. shall we
23 . The dogs were made ________ as fast as they could.
A. run B. ran C. running D. to run
24 . The policeman stopped ________, but he _______ no sound.
A. hearing, heard B. listening, listened
C. to listen, heard D. listening to, listened to
25 . The apples in the basket are better than ______ on the table.
A. that B. then C. those D. ones
It was Mother’s Day, but the young mother was a little, ____her a happy Mother’s Day, and her mother told her about the beautiful lilacs(丁香) in the garden. Later that day, when she told her husband about the lilacs, he said,” on.” So they went, driving down the country roads.
They saw a lot of beautiful purple lilacs on a small hill. The young woman ran quickly to enjoy the flowers. children with her. They stopped the car and the young woman walked to the old woman, put the flowers in her give our flowers to her?”
“I don’t know her,” the young mother said, “but it’s Mother’s Day, and she has no children. I have __of you, and I still have my mother.”
( )26 .A .happy B .unhappy C .lucky D .unlucky
( )27 .A .phoned B .phone C .call D .ring
( )28 .A .wish B .hope C .want D .prefer
( )29 .A .must B .had to C .should D .can
( )30 .A .On the way to home B. On their way to home
C .On the way home D. In the way home
( )31 .A .pass B .passed C .passing D .past
( )32.A .sit B .to sit C .to sitting D .sitting
( )33 .A .laughed at B .laugh at C. smiled at D .smile at
( )34 .A .came over B .came by C .came back D .came from
( )35 .A .all B .both C .each D .either
Once upon a time, a rich man and a poor tailor lived in the same house. The rich man lived upstairs and the poor man lived downstairs.
The tailor liked to sing when he worked. He sang one after another. But the rich man liked to sleep and the singing disturbed him.
One day the rich man said to the tailor, “I will give you a bag of money every if you stop singing, “
“fine, “ said the poor tailor. The poor tailor became richer and richer. But he became unhappier and unhappier, because he wanted to sing again very much.
At last, the poor tailor gave all money back to the rich man, and said, “I can’t be happy if I can’t sing.”
36. The rich man and the poor tailor lived in_______
A .the same house B .different house C .a dear hotel D.a cheap hotel
37.The tailor liked to_______
A .give a speech B .play the piano C .sing D .sleep
38.The rich man liked to_______
A .give a speech B .play the piano C .sing D .sleep
39.The rich man gave much money to the tailor because_______
A .he wanted to help him B .the tailor asked him for money
C .he was richer than the tailor D .he wanted the tailor to stop singing
40.The tailor gave all the money back to the rich man because_______
A .he became rich B .he didn’t like money
C .he felt sorry for the rich man D .he wanted to sing again
I will always remember my mother’s last few days in this world.
On February 14th, 2008, my class went on a field trip to the beach. I had so much fun. When we returned to school, my teacher told me to go to the headmaster’s office. When I got into the office, I saw a police officer. Suddenly I realized something was wrong. The police officer told me what had happened and we went to pick my sister up. After that, we went to the hospital and waited. Time went slowly. Finally, we got to see our mother. It was terrible.
On the next day, the headmaster came and told my two teachers what had happened. I was taking a rest that day. I knew it had something to do with my mother. I kept thinking that she either died or had gotten better. How I wished that she had gotten better. When my teacher took me outside, my sister ran up to me. She started crying, “She’s gone. Teresa, mommy’s gone. She’s dead.” I couldn’t believe it. We jumped into the car and drove straight to the hospital. Most of my family were there. The silence was terrible. I knew I had to say goodbye.
Today when I look back, I still miss my mother very much, but I know that I will live. My mother was a strong mother, who had the biggest heart. My mother was an angel walking on the earth. I will always remember her as living. When someone is asked who their hero (英雄) is, they usually say someone famous, like Michael Jordan or Britney Spears. When someone asks me who my hero is, I tell them, my mother. My mother lives every day. That is what makes her a true hero.
41. Where was the writer when she learned her mother was very ill？
A. On the beach.
C. At school. B. At the hospital. D. At home.
42. Who brought the writer the bad news that her mother was ill?
A. Her sister.
C. Her teacher. B. The headmaster. D. The police officer.
43. What did the headmaster tell the two teachers on the next day?
A. Her mother had been very ill.
C. Her mother had gotten better. B. Her mother had been dead. D. Her sister came to see her.
44. From the last paragraph of the passage we know that _______.
A. the writer is afraid of her mother B. the writer is proud of her mother
C. the writer feels sad about her mother D. the writer feels sorry for her mother
45. The writer must think her mother is a _______ woman.
Happiness is for everyone. You don’t need to care about those people who have beautiful houses with large gardens and swimming pools or those who have nice cars and a lot of money and so on. Why? Because those who have big houses may often feel lonely and those who have cars may want to walk on the country roads at their free time.
In fact, happiness is always around you if you put your heart into it. When you are in trouble at school, your friends will help you; when you study hard at your lessons, your parents are always taking care of your life and your health; when you get success, your friends will say congratulations to you; when you do something wrong, people around you will help you to correct it. And when you something good to others, you will feel happy, too. All these are your happiness. If you notice a bit of them, you can see that happiness is always around you.
Happiness is not the same as money. It is feeling of your heart. When you are poor, you can also say you are very happy, because you have something else that can’t be bought with money. When you meet with difficulties, you can loudly you are very happy, because you have more chances to challenge yourself. So you cannot always say you are poor and you have bad luck. As the saying goes, life is like a revolving (旋转的) door. When it closes, it also opens. If you take every chance you get, you can be a happy and lucky person.
46. Those who have big houses may often feel _______.
C. free B. lonely D. excited B. free D. great
47. When you fall down in a PE class, both your teacher and your classmates will _______.
A. laugh at you
C. quarrel with you B. play jokes on you D. help you up
48. What will your friends say to you when you make great progress?
A. Oh, so do I.
C. Good luck. B. Congratulations. D. It’s just so-so.
49. Which idea is NOT right according to the passage?
A. People who have cars would never like to walk in the open air.
B. You can get help from others when you make mistakes.
C. You can still be a happy person even if you have little money.
D. Happiness is always around you though difficulties come towards you.
50. Which is the best title of this passage?
A. Bad luck
C. Happiness B. Good luck D. Life
A friend of mine named Paul received an expensive car from his brother as a Christmas present. On Christmas Eve when Paul came out of his office, a street urchin(顽童) was walking around the shining car. “Is this your car, sir?” he asked.
Paul answered, “Yes, my brother gave it to me for Christmas.” The boy was surprised. “You mean your brother gave it to you and it did cost you nothing? Sir, I wish…” He hesitated(犹豫). Paul thought of course he knew what the boy wanted, but what the boy said surprised him greatly. “I wish,” the boy went on, “that I could be a brother like that.” Paul looked at the boy in surprise, and then he said again, “Would you like to take a ride in my car?” “Oh yes, I’d love to,” the boy answered.
After a short ride, the boy turned and with his eyes shining, said, “Sir, would you mind driving in front of my house?”
Paul smiled a little. He thought he knew what the boy wanted. He wanted to show his neighbors that he could ride home in a big car. But Paul was wrong again. “Will you stop where those two steps are?” the boy asked.
He ran up to the steps. Then in a short while Paul heard him coming back, but he was not coming fast. He was carrying his little crippled(残疾的) brother. He sat down on the step and pointed to the car.
“There he is, Buddy, just like I told you upstairs. His brother gave it to him for Christmas and it didn’t cost him a cent. And some day I’m going to give you one just like it…then you can see for yourself all the nice things in the Christmas windows that I’ve been trying to tell you about.”
Paul got out and lifted the boy to the front seat of his car. The shining-eyed elder brother climbed in beside him and the three began an unforgettable holiday ride.
51. The street urchin was very surprised when _______.
A. he met Paul
B. Paul told him about the car
C. Paul received an expensive car
D. he was walking around the car
52. From the story we can see the urchin _______.
A. wished to give his brother a car
B. wanted Paul’s brother to give him a car
C. wished he could have a brother like Paul’s
D. wished Paul could be a brother like that
53. The urchin asked Paul to stop his car in front of his house ______.
A. to show he had a rich friend
B. to show his neighbors the big car
C. to let his brother ride in the car
D. to tell his brother about his wish
54. We can find from the story that _______.
A. the urchin wished Paul to give his car to Buddy
B. the urchin wished to have a rich brother
C. the urchin had a deep love for his brother
D. the urchin’s wish came true in the end
55. The best name of the story is _______.
A. A Christmas Present B. Paul, a Kind-hearted Person
C. A Brother Like That D. An Unforgettable Holiday Ride
We know the mosquito very well. Mosquitoes fly everywhere. They can be found almost all over the world, and there are more than 2,500 kinds of them.
No one likes the mosquito. But the mosquito may decide that she loves you. She? Yes, she. It’s true that male mosquito doesn’t bite(咬) and only the female mosquito bites because she needs blood to lay eggs. She is always looking for things or people she wants to bite. If she likes what she finds, she bites. But if she doesn’t like your blood, she will turn to someone else for more delicious blood. Next time a mosquito bites you, just remember you are chosen. You’re different from the others!
If the mosquito likes you, she lands on your body without letting you know. She bites you so quickly and quietly that you may not feel anything different. After she bites, you will have an itch(痒) on your body because she puts something from her mouth together with your blood. By the time the itching begins, and she has flown away.
And then what happens? Well, after her delicious dinner, the mosquito feels tired. She just wants to find a place to have a good rest. There, on a leaf or a wall, she begins to lay eggs, hundreds of eggs.
56. “Mosquito” means _______ in Chinese.
A. 苍蝇 B. 蜻蜓
C. 跳蚤 D. 蚊子
57. We know mosquitoes very well because ___________.
A. they can be found easily B. they fly here and there
C. there are many kinds of them D. they can fly
58. If the mosquito doesn’t bite you, it will ________.
A. get angry with you B. be afraid of you
C. make a lot of noise D. choose another one
59. The mosquito bites you _________.
A. when you’re asleep B. because you have choose it
C. too quickly to let you know D. but doesn’t like you
60. Which of the following sentences is wrong?
A. The itching begins after the mosquito bites you.
B. You feel terrible when the mosquito bites you.
C. Mosquitoes use blood to lay eggs.
D. All the mosquitoes don’t like to bite people for blood.
A: Mum, I shall not have lunch at home today.
B: Why not, Linda?
A: I want to go to the pet shops at noon with my classmates. Most of the students in our class have their own pets. Mum, as you know, I got a pet yet.
B: What 62 of pet do you want to have?
A: A dog 63 a cat. I havn't decided yet.
B: You'd better not keep a dog in our flat. It would make much noise. And a dog has to go out every day, and there isn't a near our building. And the dog food is expensive.
A: Then I'll have a cat. Cats are cheaper than dogs, and they are quiet, too.
B: Yes, cats are easier to 65 .
Michael: Thank you.
Reporter: Michael, how old are you?
Michael: Since I was three.
Michael: My father. And I take private lessons, too.
Michael: Yes, I’ve taken lessons here for two years.
Reporter: How many days a week do you play?
Michael: I want to practise every day, but my parents say three or four days is enough.
Reporter: Are you going to continue with your tennis?
Michael: Uh-huh I want to be a professional tennis player when I’m older.
Reporter: Wish you greater success!
Michael: Thank you.
71. The workers are mending the broken_______ (roof) of the houses.
72 Mother put the apples into four _______ (contain) separately.
73.Everybody thinks it exciting _______ (go) boating.
74.There’s an old picture of _______ (Jerry) family on the left wall.
75.To be a Chinese is the _______ (proud) of mine.
76.What’s your _______ (explain) for being late again?
77.The _______ (excite) of this kind of plant is about 20 million years.
78.The _______(deep) of the lake is more than 100 meters.
79.The tree in front of my house has grown to a_______ (high) of 30 feet.
80.The old man has a good _______ (collect) of old newspaper.