31. Look at ______ teacher in blue. He helped and taught the children in Wenchuan last year.
A) a B) an C) the D) /
32. Jack, a friend of ______, keeps healthy by taking an active part in sports and recreation.
A) me B) I C) my D) mine
33. It’s time ______ our English class now. Let’s get everything ready.
A) for B) by C) to D) in
34. There is still ______ fish on the plate. Please finish it off.
A) little B) a little C) few D) a few
35. ______ people went to visit the 2009 Auto Shanghai last April.
A) Thousand B) Thousands C) Thousands of D) Thousand of
36. Mr. Lee is always strict ______ us in class, but friendly out of class.
A) with B) among C) on D) at
37. This problem is so easy that ______ student can work it out in a minute.
A) none B) any C) anyone D) everyone
38. Bill isn’t feeling well as he had too much ______ this morning.
A) potato B) noodle C) biscuit D) bread
39. If you have ______ try, I’m sure you’ll get the right answer.
A) other B) another C) one another D) the other
40. The Shanghai World Financial Centre located in Pudong is now ______ in China.
A) high B) higher C) highest D) the highest
41. Thanks to Elaine. With her help, we finished the work an hour ______.
A) early B) earlier C) earliest D) the earliest
42. That piece of music sounded very ______. I enjoyed every minute of it.
A) beautiful B) well C) wonderfully D) beautifully
43. The firemen put out the serious fire before any real damage was caused, ______?
A) did they B) was it C) didn’t they D) wasn’t it
44. It is ten o’clock, but Joseph ______ at his lessons.
A) has worked B) works C) is working D) was working
45. The radio is pretty loud. ______ you please turn it down a bit?
A) May B) Could C) Must D) Should
46. The headmaster’s praise for our independent thinking made us all ______ happily.
A) smile B) to smile C) smiling D) smiled
47. Our school newspaper ______ every Monday. The news of our life and study attracts us all.
A) publishes B) published C) is published D) was published
48. We have a class meeting on Friday, ______ there is nothing to discuss.
A) unless B) until C) if D) because
49. ______ good time the children are having in the Century Park!
A) How B) What C) What an D) What a
50. I wonder ______ you go to school on foot in all kinds of weather.
A) that B) whether C) how D) what
51. After three years of work and life in Shanghai, John is now ______ the changeable weather.
A) responsible for B) surprised at C) proud of D) used to
52. My father ______ English in his thirties. Now he is ready to be a volunteer for the coming Expo.
A) picked up B) got up C) took up D) looked up A) remember B) take care of C) hate D) worry about
54. “my advice, and you’ll make progress in your English study,” the teacher said to Linda. The underlined word means ______.
A) Accept B) Hear C) Receive D) Add
55. –Someone stole my new ThinkPad last night.
A) That’s all right. B) I’m afraid not. C) How awful! D) No problem.
56. –Would you like some more coffee? It’s still early.
A) It doesn’t matter. B) Help yourself. C) No, you needn’t. D) That’s kind of you. Ⅴ. 31. C 32. D 33. A 34. B 35. C 36. A 37. B 38. D 39. B 40. D 41. B 42. A
43. C 44. C 45. B 46.A 47. C 48. A 49. D 50. B 51. D 52. C 53. B 54. A
55. C 56. D
Most parents, I suppose, have had the experience of reading a bedtime story __1__ their children. And they must have realized how difficult it is to write a __2__ children’s book. Either the author has aimed (定目标) too __3__, so that children can’t follow what is in his ( or more often, her ) story, __4__ the story seems to be talking to the readers.
The best children’s books are __5__ very difficult nor very simple, and satisfy（令人满意的） the __6__ who hears the story and the adult（成年人） who __7__ it. Unfortunately（不幸的是）, there are in fact few books like this, __8__ the problem of finding the right bedtime story is not __9__ to solve. This may be why many of the books regarded as __10__ of children’s literature（文学） were in fact written for __11__ “Alice in Wonderland” is perhaps the most obvious（明显）of this.
Children, left for themselves, often __12__ the worst possible interest in literature. Just leave a child in a bookshop or a __13__ and he will more willingly choose the books written in an unimaginative (并非想象的 ) way, or have a look at the most children’s comics（连环图书）, full of the stories and jokes which are the rejections of teachers and righting-thinking parents.
Perhaps we parents should stop __14__ to brainwash（洗脑）children into accepting（接受）our taste in literature. After all, children and adults are so __15__ that we parents should not expect that they will enjoy the same books. So I suppose we’ll just have to compromise（妥协）over the bedtime story.
1. A. to B. in C. with D. around
2. A. short B. long C. bad D. good
3. A. easy B. short C. high D. difficult
4. A. and B. but C. or D. so
5. A. both B. neither C. either D. very
6. A. child B. father C. mother D. teacher
7. A. hears B. buys C. understands D. reads
8. A. but B. however C. so D. because
9. A. hard B. easy C. enough D. fast
10.A. articles B. work C. arts D. works
11. A. grown-ups B. girls C. boys D. children
12. A. are B. show C. find D. add
13. A. school B. home C. office D. library
14. A. going B. liking C. trying D. preferring
15. A. same B. friendly C. different D. common
1.C。read to somebody 意为
10.B。名词 works 意为
12.A。show interest in something 意为
14.D。try to do something 意为
Leo, a successful businessman, told us the experience of his childhood. When he was 12, his parents died. He was alone and didn’t get on well with others. No one showed kindness to him. His only friend was a dog named Tom. He gave his dog enough to eat and drink, but sometimes he was not polite to it. He didn’t know that an unkind word sometimes could cut one’s heart like a knife.
One day as he walked down the street, a young lady was walking in front of him. Suddenly one of her bags dropped from her arm. As she stopped to pick it up, she dropped the other bag. He came to help her. “Thank you, dear! You are a nice little boy!” she said kindly, smiling.
A special feeling came to him. These were the first kind words he had heard. He watched her until she went far away, and then he whistled(吹口哨) to his dog and went directly to the river nearby.
“Thank you, dear! You are a nice little boy!” he repeated the woman’s words. Then in a low voice he said those words to his dog! Tom raised its ears as if it understood.
“Even a dog likes it!” he said. “Well, Tom, I won’t say unkind words to you any more.” Tom waved its tail happily.
The boy thought and thought. Finally he looked at himself in the river. He saw a clean nice boy. He was amazed. From then on, he had a new life.
57. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Leo is a successful businessman.
B. His parents died when he was 12.
C. His dog was his only friend when he was a child.
D. He was always friendly to Tom, his dog.
58. Why did the boy repeat the words “Thank you, dear! You are a nice little boy!”?
A. Because he liked talking to himself.
B. Because he didn’t understand the words.
C. Because he wanted to talk to his dog.
D. Because he liked the woman’s kind words.
59. How did Leo feel when he whistled to his dog?
A. He felt funny. B. He felt sad. C. He felt excited. D. He felt lonely
60. What’s the best title for this passage?
A. A dog and a boy. B. The power(力量) of kindness.
C. A businessman and a boy. D. A poor boy’s childhood.
Brazil (巴西) is the greatest football nation in the world. There are 100 million Brazilians (巴西人). How many of them are football fans? 100 million! All of them think that they know all about football. This makes life very difficult for the Brazilian team manager. When things go badly for the Brazilian team, the newspaper would demand (要求) that the team manager should leave his job. “If we win, they put me in heaven (天堂),” as a manager once said, “If we lose, they put me in hell (地狱).”
You can’t escape football in Brazil. There are football matches on every street and beach. On television, the results of the football matches come before the main news programs. There are six television channels in Rio de Janeiro. On Sundays each channel shows a different football match.
Brazil is not the richest country in the world, but the government spends huge sums of money on
football. It cost more than one billion pounds to prepare for the 1978 World Cup. That’s 10 pounds for every Brazilian man, woman, and child. And many Brazilians don’t earn as much as 10 pounds a week. Is it worth it?
“Brazil must have a great football team,” says one journalist. “If it costs one billion pounds, that’s all right. If the government doesn’t give a good football team, then it will become unpopular.
Football is more than a game in Brazil. This is certainly true in its largest city, Sao Paulo. The most popular team is Corinthians. Corinthians’ fans are the most loyal (忠实的) and emotional in Brazil. When Corinthians win, production in the Sao Paulo car factories increases by fifteen per cent. When they lose, it drops. At one time Corinthians won the national championship for the first time. For four days fans danced and sang in the streets.
74. In Brazil the number of football fans and its population are __________.
A. the same B. less C. more D. 100 billion
75. Life for __________ is no easy, for he will be put in hell if the football team loses.
A. a football fan B. any government official C. the Brazilian team manager D. a football player
76. It is the __________ that come before the main news programs on television.
A. football matches B. results of football matches
C. football matches on the streets D. football matches on the beaches
77. The government spent __________ in preparing for the 1978 World Cup though the country was not rich.
A. one billion dollars B. one million pounds C. one billion pounds D. one million RMB The underlined sentence means “In Brazil __________.”
A. people like football very much B. there is something else in football
C. people are keen on competition D. football has influences (影响) on the politics and economy of the nation
79. The best title of the passage is __________.
A. Brazilians and Football B. Brazilians’ Way of Life C. Football and Income D. Football and Government
Do you know how to play a game called “Musical Chairs”? It is easy to play and most people enjoy it. All you need are some chairs, some people and some way of making music. You may use a piano or any other musical instrument(乐器), if someone can play it. You may use a tape recorder. You can even use a radio.
Put the chairs in a row. The chairs may be put in twos， back to back. A better way is to have the chairs in one row with each chair facing in the opposite direction to the chair next to it.
The game is easy. When the music starts， the players walk round the chairs. Everyone goes in the same direction, of course, they should walk in time to the music. If the music is fast they should walk quickly. If the music is slow, they should walk slowly.
The person playing music cannot see the people in the game. When the music stops， the players try to sit on the chairs. If a person cannot find a chair to sit on， he drops out. Then， before the music starts again, one chair must be taken away. When the music stops again， one more player will be out.
At last, there will be two players and one chair. The one, who sits on the chair when the music stops, is the winner.
56. If ten people are playing musical chairs， you must begin with _______.
A. nine chairs B. ten chairs C. eleven chairs D. one chair
57. Which of the following is not suitable for playing musical chairs？ _______.
A. A piano B. A radio C. A tape recorder D. A telephone
58. The chairs should be put _______.
A. with the desks B. before the winner C. all over the room D. in a line
59. When the music starts, the players must _______.
A. run about the room B. get down C. walk around the chairs D. sit on the chairs
60. Which of the following statements is NOT true？
A. The game “Musical Chairs” is not difficult to learn.
B. The last one can sit on the last chair. C. The winner can sit on the chair.
D. If the person plays music, he cannot be the winner.
Telephone books in the United States have white, blue and yellow pages. The white pages list people with phones by last names. The blue pages contain(包含) numbers of city services, government agencies and public schools. Business and professional services are listed in a special part, the yellow pages. To make a long-distance call, you need an area code(区号). Each area in the United States has an area code. The area covered by an area code may be small or large. For example, New York City has an area code. So does the whole State of Oregon(俄勒冈州). If you want to know the area code of a place, you can look it up in the area code map printed in the front of the white pages. There are a lot of public telephones in the United States. They have their own numbers. If you are making a long-distance call on a public telephone and run out of money, give the number on your phone to the person you’re speaking to. Then hang up the receiver and he will give you a call. If you make a long-distance call and get a wrong number, call the person who operate calls and explain what has happened. This means that you can make the call again to the right
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4.参考词汇： 善意的谎言 a white lie
Is it OK to tell white lies?
Is it OK to tell white lies? Some think it is all right to do so out of kindness. Besides , white lies can often help people get on well with each other. Sometimes , they may make one confident.
However, many others take telling lies very seriously. They insist that white lies are lies after all. They do harm to friendship. What’s worse, lies never go far.
In my opinion, I have to admit that all people lie at times. As long ass we’re true to each other, lies , whatever kinds they are , won’t stand in our way. (94 words)本文由第一文库网(www.wenku1.com)首发，转载请保留网址和出处！