B) 从各题的A、B、C 三个选项中选出正确答案。
30. Gina, what’s this _______ English?
A. by B. for C. in
31. I’m going to be _______ basketball player.
A. the B. a C. an
32. Students in Class One _______ the museum next Friday.
A. visited B. visit C. will visit
33. Don’t worry. We have _______ food in the fridge now.
A. much B. many C. little
34. ---Which month of the year do you like?
---July, the _______ month because summer vacation begins in this month.
A. second B. seventh C. ninth
35. Mum wants to watch the CCTV news. Let’s _______ the TV.
A. turn down B. turn on C. turn off
36. Alice has a red pen, and the blue one is _______, too.
A. his B. her C. hers
37. Li Ke _______ runs in the morning, for he wants to be healthy.
A. never B. often C. hardly
38. Kate, remember _______ for the sick to cheer them up.
A. to sing B. not to sing C. singing
39. ---Mr. King _______ by the reporter yesterday.
---He’s great! He helped so many disabled people.
A. was interviewed B. is interviewed C. is interviewing
40. ---Excuse me, do you know _______?
---About five minutes’ walk.
A. where the hospital is B. how far the hospital is C. how I can get to the hospital
41. _______ I am in trouble, my classmates will help me out.
A. Before B. Whenever C. Although
42. ---Hate cannot drive out hate; only love _______ do that.
---Martin Luther King, Jr.
A. can B. which C. should
43. I like the writers _______ are popular among teenagers.
A. who B. which C. whom
44. It is _______ to do things well than do big things poorly.
A. worse B. funnier C. better
45. ----Can she play the guitar or the violin?
---_______. But she can play the drums.
A. Both B. Either C. Neither
46. Confucius once said, “Everything has beauty, _______ not everyone sees it.”
A. but B. or C. and
David: Excuse me.
Waitress: Yes? ___47____
David:I ordered my dish half an hour ago, but I haven’t got it yet.
Waitress: ___48____ I’m going to see if it’s ready.
(The waitress comes back from the kitchen)
Waitress: Sir, I’ve just checked with the kitchen and your food will come up next…___49____ David:Thank you.
Waitress: Please enjoy your food. Again, I’m sorry that I have kept you waiting so long.
47. _______ 48. _______ 49. _______ 50. _______
There are many problems between parents and their children. Some parents don’t understand their 51 _______, and many of them even argue with each other. If I am a parent, how will I 52_______ my child? Well, I think there are many ways.
53_______, I’ll encourage my child to do things he or she likes. The things should be good 54_______ him or her. If it is not good for my child, I’ll talk to him or her about the disadvantage of the thing in a 55_______ way.
Second, I will always take pride in everything good that my child 56_______. For example, if he or she gets good grades, I’ll say something like 57_______, “Well done! I’m very proud of you.”These words will both make my child and me very 58_______.
Third, I will spend 59 _______ time staying with my child than my parents did with me. I’ll chat and go shopping with my child.
I am 60_______ these things will make parents and their kids get on well.
51. A. classmates B. kids C. friends
52. A. give lessons to B. get along with C. talk to
53. A. First B. Next C. Later
54. A. for B. about C. before
55. A. silent B. lazy C. patient
56. A. will do B. is doing C. has done
57. A. it B. this C. them
58. A. happy B. strange C. sad
59. A. little B. less C. more
60. A. afraid B. sure C. surprised
Math is one of the most boring classes for many students. But recently, at the University of
California in the US, a 61 _______ class got 400 students interested. There were even another 35 62_______ from behind windows.
63 _______ could make a boring subject so interesting? Terence Tao, the 31-year-old university teacher, is known as “the Mozart of Math”. Tao, born in Hong Kong, spent his childhood in Australia. He showed his great 64_______ in math when he was very young. At the age of two, he could read. At nine, he went to college math classes. At twenty, he got his doctor’s degree(博士学位). Last summer, Tao 65_______ a Fields Medal which is known as the “Nobel Prize of Math”. 66_______ he was talented, Terence Tao didn’t go to college until he was fourteen. “In my opinion. It’s not 67_______ to go to college too young. ” said Tao. He added, “68_______, studying is like building a large tower. It must have a strong base(基础). Then it can be built together.”
People don’t think Tao is 69_______ the rest of us. He wears a T-shirt and an old pair of sports shoes. He reads Japanese comic books, too. But he 70_______ loves math. “In many ways, my work is my hobby.”He said.
61. A. math B. music C. Japanese
62. A. passing B. watching C. shouting
63. A. What B. Which C. Who
64. A. talent B. importance C. need
65. A. made B. won C. found
66. A. If B. Although C. Because
67. A. necessary B. convenient C. difficult
68. A. So far B. At times C. In fact
69. A. the same as B. different from C. similar to
70. A. even B. also C. still
72. Take off your shoes in public places.
73. Cutting in line and littering are not allowed.
74. It’s impolite to talk loudly on mobile phones.
75. We are supposed to eat quietly and talk politely.
A. Li Fei B. Lu Mei C. Sandy
77. Where has the writer booked a room?
A. on Nanjing Road B. in Yu Garden C. in the Place Hotel
78. we can learn from the letter that the writer _______ Shanghai.
A. has never visited B. once visited C. often visits
79. when will the writer look around Shanghai?
A. On March 27 B. On March 28 C. On March 29
80. the most important purpose of writing the letter is to _______.
A. ask for a tour plan. B. ask for a reply C. say hello to Lu Mei
Mr. Smith is telling two funny stories of his police work.
I remember catching a “thief” in a clothes shop once. It was strange. The man was hiding a yellow sweater inside his coat. I thought he had stolen it, so I caught him. We found later that his wife gave him the sweater for his birthday, but he hated it. He just wanted to return it to the shop for money, but he didn’t want his wife to see him! We soon let him go.
Another day, a man called Bob went into a bank on Sixth Street. He wrote on the back of an envelope, “Give me the money! Or I will kill you.” and gave it to the bank clerk. She gave him $100,000 and the man ran away. Then we received a phone call from the bank clerk. She told us to go to the man’s house in Candy Town and get him. We caught him as soon as he got out of the elevator. He couldn’t believe that we found him so quickly. We told him that the front of the envelop he used had his name and address on it!
81. what does Mr. Smith do?
A. A bank clerk B. A policeman C. A thief
82. Mr. Smith caught the man in the clothes shop _______.
A. by exchange B. by mistake C. by accident
83. Why did the man return the sweater to the shop?
A. Because he didn’t want his wife to see it.
B. Because he liked money more than sweater.
C. Because he hated it and wanted to get the money back.
84. Bob was caught so quickly because _______.
A. his address was found on the envelop he used
B. he received a phone call from the bank clerk
C. the police waited for him outside the elevator
85. what do you think of Bob?
A. He is brave B. He is careful C. He is careless
A: I saw the “Two rooms to rent” not on the wall outside your house. Hope I’m coming to a
B: Yes, you are. We do have two rooms for rent. You are an official clerk, aren’t you?
A: No, I work at a school. How much do you rent them for?
B: No 2_______. I need to ask you some questions now. Are you 3_______?
B: Well, I prefer 4_______ like you to live with us.
A: Really? This room faces north with a view of the hill. Not bad. But I’m afraid it’s not big
enough to be a living room for me.
B: Why? If you know how to make use of it, there’s plenty of 5_______ here for a single like
A: That sounds reasonable. Then how much should I pay you?
B: Three hundred dollars a month. How about it?
A: You’ve asked too much. Could you cut 6_______ a little?
B: I’m sorry. At present, the cost of 7_______ keeps increasing.
A: All right. Can I move in right away?
B: Of course. Have you got heavy things to move in?
A: No, 8_______ a piano, for I am a music teacher.
B: Sorry, I’m afraid I can’t _______ you have the two rooms. My neighbors and I can’t stand 10_______ of any kind.
Look at the picture, what do you see?
1_______, some people say it’s an old man, while others say it’s a
young woman and an old 2_______. It is a problem with many answers.
When you look at a problem from different views, you get
different answers. Just turn it in your mind 3_______ bit, and you may
see it in a completely new way.
Some people only form an idea in their mind “a problem only has
only on answer, and all the 4_______ are wrong.”Some even laugh at
the different answers others come up with. Well, they are wrong! If people only believed in one answer, we might still think the world is square(方形的)！
What’s one plus one? That’s easy, two! Right? Well, that’s one right answer, but not the only answer. You might think of 11, or some 5_______ characters like “二” or “十”! what’s a mom plus a dad? You might think of two people, or a man and a woman, or a whole family! So, even the 6_______ questions can have many answers.
Of course, some problems do only have one answer. If each of the questions in a math test had 7_______ than one answer, it would be quite a problem for teachers 8_______.
Look at things in different ways, face your life with a 9_______ mind, and you will see a completely different world.
After reading my article, if I ask you again: “what do you see in this picture?” will you still
A recent survey has shown that China is considered to be the most “industrious” nation in the world. 1. _______.
The survey---with more than 8,000 people surveyed from Canada, France, Germany, India, Netherlands, the UK and the US---ranks their “industriousness”(勤奋度), which describes the level to which a country is “hard-working, creative in producing new ideas or products.”
According to the international survey, 2_______, followed by workers from Germany and the US. Employees from a France are considered to be the laziest people
in the world. German employees replied confidently to the survey, placing themselves first in the order of global industriousness. French employees, on the other hand, seem to know their limitations (能力局限), 3_______.
AGerman newspaper reported that Chineseemployees work on average 44.6 hours per week, 4_______.
5. _______, Chinese employees have only ten days of paid leave on average, while German employees have twenty-five days.
Industriousness rankings: China, Germany, the US, Canada, India, the UK, Netherlands,
The life difference between east and west, rich and poor becomes clear when we look at how the kids sleep at night.
Jyoti, aged 14, Nepal
Jyoti left school at a young age and now lives with one of her sisters in the Nepalese countryside where she works on the farm. The family sleep on mats on the mud floor in the open air, with an open fire for cooking and keeping warm. Jyoti loves dancing and she wants to become a dancer to make money for her family.
Tzvika, aged 12, West Bank(约旦河西岸), Israel
Tzvika lives in a gated community(社区) of 36,000 Orthodox Jews in an Israeli settlement(定居点) on the West Bank. Televisions and newspapers are not allowed from the settlement. The average family has nine children, but Tzvika has just two brothers, with whom he shares his room. Religion(宗教) is the most important subject, followed by Hebrew language and math. Sport is not allowed in the school. Tzvika wants to be a learned man when he grows up.
Lamine, aged 12, Bounk Village, South Africa
Lamine studies at the local all-boy Koran school and shares a room with several other schoolmates. His day starts at six o’clock when he and the other boys work on the school farm with the guide of teachers, and in the afternoon the boys study the Koran(可兰经). In his free time, Lamine likes to play football with his friends and when he grows up he would like to teach in this school.
Ahkoxet, aged 15, River Amazon, Brazil
Ahkoxet IS A MEMBER OF THE Kraho tribe(部落) living near the river of amazon. There are only 1,900 members of the tribe. All the tribe members grow and hunt their own food, and any other material they need is bought, using money made from film companies and photographers who visit their camp. He dreams to be head of the tribe when he grows up.
Jasmine, aged 14, Kentucky, the US
Jasmine lives in a big house with her parents and three brothers in the Kentucky countryside. Her father works as a railroad engineer. Her bedroom is filled with her favorite toys and her wardrobe is filled with her dresses, for she normally gets two new dresses every month. She enjoys being treated like a princess, having her hair done and wearing pretty clothes and make-up
and would like to be a rock star when she grows up.
你即将升入高中，面临寄宿（a boarding school）和走读（a day school）两类学校的选择。请你以“a boarding school or a day school?”为标题，写一篇80-120词的短文，内容必须包括：