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( )1. He lives with his family in a housecloseto some mountains.
A. near B. far from C. behind D. in front of
( )2. We seldom go swimming on Monday afternoons.
A. often B. rarely C. sometimes D. usually
( )3. People pollute rivers and lakes every day.
A. make…clean B. make…dirty C. make…noisy D. make…empty
( )4. I willvisitthat famous man next week.
A. call B. call at C. call on D. call for
( )5. Our school is situated in the south of the city.
A. lie in B. lies in C. lied in D. lies on
( )6. —Who did you spend last weekend _____? —_____.
A. to; Green’s B. with; The Green’s C. with; The Greens D. along; The Green
( )7. —Don’t tell others about it. It’sonly between _____. —_____.
A. you and me; I won’t B. you and I; I will
C. I and our; I won’t D. me and your; I will
( )8. —How_____ young teaches are there in your school?
—About_____ of the teachers in our school are young people.
A. much; third-fifths B. many; three-fifths
C. much; three-fives D. many; three-fifth
( )9. —_____ do you go for a trip with your family? —About_____.
A. How often; once a year B. How soon; twice a year
C. How much; once a month D. How long; twice a month
( )10. —Do you know about Florence Nightingale?
—Yes, she was well-known_____ a nurse in England_____ her kindness to the sick and wounded soldiers.
A. as; for B. for; as C. to; for D. as; to
( )11. —What’s your first impression ________ our headmaster?
—She looks serious. I think she’ll be strict ________ us.
A. on;in B. on;with C. of;with D. of;in
( )12. —Where is China?
—China lies_____ the east of Asia and _____ the north of Australia.
A. to; to B. in; to C. to; in D. in; on
( )13. —How can I get well along with others, father?
—Try to smile to others, boy. That will make ______much _____.
A. them, easier B. them, more easyC. it, easy D. it, easier
( )14.—Did your mother make you _______ piano lessons?
—Yes. I was made _______ singing, too.
A. have;learn B. have;to learn C. to have;learn D. to have;to learn
( )15.—What skill do I need _______ the job?
—You _______ be good at computer.
A. have;need B. to have;need C. to have;need toD. have;have to
( )16. —Did you see Tim yesterday?
—No. He _______ to the cinema when I _______ to visit him.
A. went;went B. has gone;went
C. had gone;wentD. had gone;had gone
( )17.—_______terrible weather it is!
—It is said that it will get_______ later.
A. What;bad B. What;worse C. How;bad D. How;worse
( )18.—I hate _______ at home the whole weekend, but I don’t know what to do.
—Well. why not _______ to see a film?
A. to stay; to go B. staying; to go C. to stay; go D. staying; go
( )19.—Some ofthe girl students find____difficult to learn physics. Can you give them some advice?
—I think they had better _______ more exercises.
A. that; to do B. it; doing C. this; / D. it; do
( )20.—Every year, people _______ millions of trees.
—Yeah, I think they are wrong. Trees can make our air _______.
A. cut off; warmB. cut down; cleanC. put up; coldD. put down; dirty
These days, cars are designed using computers. Let’s look at how a new car is created.
First, several21 talk about the new car and any good ideas that they have. Then they sit down at their computers and 22 many sketches. The best two or three drawings are chosen and then more detailed drawing of 23 are developed on the computer. You can change the size, shape or colour of any part on the computer to see 24 the car would look and then you can choose the best design.
Both the inside and the outside of the car have to be designed. Part of the inside of the car is 25 so that the designers can sit in it. They can feel if there is enough 26 inside and if they can reach 27 . Then some cars are built—there are more than 15,000 parts of a car to 28 .
When everything is known to be 29 , the cars are made in the factory. Again, computers are used to make sure that all the parts are 30 as they are needed. The factory usually stays open all through the night so that the car production never stops.
( )21. A. drivers B. designers C. workers D. salesmen
( )22.A. draw B. order C. type D. enjoy
( )23. A. bicycles B. trains C. cars D. buses
( )24. A. how B. if C. what D. that
( )25. A. coveredB. painted C. locked D. built
( )26. A. metal B. glass C. leatherD. room
( )27. A. nothing B. somebody C. everything D. nobody
( )28. A. choose B. test C. show D. repair
( )29. A. safe B. easy C. cheap D. fast
( )30.A.rare B. electronic C. comfortable D. ready
Students often want to practice their English outside class. One of the best ways of advertising your English is to speak to foreigners. Most of the students ask，“Is it OK to talk to foreigners when we meet them in the street?”
The answer is yes or no，but probably no! If you see a foreigner who looks lost，it is polite to ask him or her，“May I help you?”But if not, you should probably let him or her go on with the business. Thatis, you can talk to a foreigner at some time or places. It is quite OK to ask him or her questions if a foreigner comes into your school, classroom or your teachers' office.
It's also OK to talk to foreigners in some public places. If you see a foreigner and there is no other one with him or her in a restaurant, a waiting room, or a shop, it is the right time for you to ask him or her, "Is this seat free?”or questions like this. You can probably help them if they are new to China, And if they are alone, you may be able to make them feel more welcome.
It's a pleasure to talk to a foreigner if you choose the right time and place.
( )31. Speaking to________ is the best way to practice your English.
A. a teacherB. your friends C. foreigners D. your parents
( )32. From the passage, we know that _______.
A. it is polite to stop foreigners to walk with you in the street
B. it is polite to stop foreigners to talk with you when they are busy
C. it isn't polite to stop foreigners to talk with you when they are busy
D. it isn't polite to help foreigners find their way
( )33. A foreigner may usually________ when you try to talk to him alone in a park.
A. become angry B. keep quiet C. go away D. feel happy
( )34. This passage is mainly about_______.
A. languageB. restaurantC. foreignersD. business
( )35. What's the best title of this passage?
A. How to learn English in class?B. Why to study English?
C. When to speak English with a foreigner outside class?D. How to talk with a foreigner?
Mrs Black was eighty, but she has a small car, and she always drove to the shops in it on Saturday and bought her food.
She did not drive fast because she was old, but she drove well and never hit anything. Sometimes her grandchildren said to her, “Please don’t drive your car, Grandmother. We can take you to the shops.’’
But she always said, “No, I like driving. I began to drive fifty years ago, and I’m not going to shops now.”
Last Saturday she stopped her car at the traffic lights because they were red, and then she couldn’t start the car again. The lights were green, then yellow, then red, then green again, but the car did not start.
A policeman came and said to her kindly.
“Good morning. Don’t you like any of our colors today?”
( )36. For what did Mrs Black always drive to the shops?
A. To buy food. B. To meet friends.C. To buy clothes.D. To have fun.
( )37. Why didn’t Mrs Black drive fast?
A. Because her car was old. B. Because she was a new driver.
C. Because she was not feeling well. D. Because she was old.
( )38. Her grandchildren wanted her .
A. to walk to the shops B. to sell her car
C. not to drive any more D. not to buy food
( )39. Mrs Black began to drive when she was .
A. 50 B. 30 C. 40 D. 80
( )40. Which of the following is not true?
A. The policeman was kind.
B. Mrs Black liked the colors of the traffic lights
C. There was something wrong with Mrs Black’s car last Saturday.
D. When the traffic lights were red, drivers had to stop their cars.
In 1936 George Black worked on the railway. He had got a good job and was paid 180 pounds a year. Then the next year he got married and bought a new, three-bed room house. It cost him 370 pounds. In those days there was a good and useful rule: the price(价格) of a house was double the amount(总额) a man got in a year. Seven years passed before George finished paying for his house.
George’s youngest son Alfred was born in 1950. Alfred works for a newspaper and is paid 5000 pounds a year. He has just married and bought a new, three-bedroom house for himself and wife. The price of the house was 24000 pounds, nearly five times as much as Alfred gets in a year. He wants to know what has happened to the old rule about the price of a house, because he will not finish buying his house until the year 2004.
( )41. George Black was paid_______pounds a month.
A. 180 B. 370 C. 30 D.15
( )42. George got married_______.
A. in 1936 B. before 1936 C. after 1936 D. about 1936
( )43. Alfred was George’s_______.
A. last son B. first son C. young child D. younger child
( )44. When he finishes paying for his house , Alfred will be_______years old.
A.54 B. 50 C. 45 D. 40
( )45. It’s_______for George to buy a house than for Alfred.
A. harder B. easier C. later D. earlier
Many large cities have a subway system. The subway is called tube in London. In San Francisco, it is called BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit). Some subway systems, like Chicago's, are quite old. It began to work in 1897. Others are more recent. For example, Mexico City's subway started in 1969.
Most subways are very modern and clean, but sometimes they get very crowded. So people have to follow certain rules to make the trip more comfortable. In London, when people use the tube, they must stand on the right so that people in a hurry can walk on the left. They let passengers get off the train before others get on, and people are expected to give their seats to the old and disabled people.
Some subways provide excellent services. In most subways, there is a station about every one kilometer. Trains arrive at a station about every two minutes. Subways carry a lot of passengers. The number of people traveling one way each hour in London can be about 30,000. In some other cities it is much higher. Hong Kong's subway holds the record of about 80,000 passengers an hour!
( )46. “Tube”is the name of the underground trains in_________.
A. Hong KongB. Mexico CityC. San FranciscoD. London
( )47. When did the subway system in Chicago open?
A. In 1897. B. In 1969. C. In 2001. D. In 1699.
( )48. How do people in London make their underground trip more comfortable?
A. They stand on the left of the train to let others pass on the right.
B. They get off the train quickly after others get on.
C. They don't give seats to the old and the disabled.
D. They follow some rules in the subway.
( )49. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Trains arrive at a station about every two minutes.
B. Most subways in the world are old but clean.
C. There is a station about every one kilometer in most subways.
D. Hong Kong subway can hold many passengers an hour.
( )50. The best title for the passage is____________.
A. The history of subway system B. Subway systems in China
C. Subway systems around the world D. A story of Hong Kong subway
Parents are the closest people to you in the world. They love you just because you are you. And they would do anything for you.
Like a lot of middle school students, Zhuang Shuxia has a problem. She and her parents don’t get on well.
“I really want to be my Daddy’s little girl. But it feels like he just doesn’t understand. He talks at me and doesn’t listen, ”said Zhuang, a Junior 3 student in Shijiazhuang, Hebei.
Do you and your parents also have problems?
Well, why don’t you all take a walk and have a talk on Saturday? It’s the International Day of Families. On May l5, people around the world give thanks for good things about their families and work on family problems.
A study last year showed that l,500 Beijing families had the same problem as Zhuang’s family: The children, 12 to 15 years old, didn’t like talking with their parents much. They weren’t happy at home.
Of course, lots of kids feel that way. But you and your parents will be much happier if you can be friends. Here are some ways to have a good talk with them:
Find a good time to talk, like when you’re eating dinner, going out for a walk or watching TV.
Tell them something you’re interested in, or ask them about their lives when they were young. They love to talk about it.
Listen to them carefully, and look them in the eye.
Be honest. Your parents will trust you more. And a trusting family is a happy family.
( )51. Who are the closest people to us according to the passage?
A. The people who love us.
B. The people who understand us.
C. Our father and mother.
D. All the family members.
( )52. What is Zhuang Shuxia’s problem?
A. Her father thinks she is old enough.
B. Her father doesn't like to talk with her.
C. She really wants to be a little girl again.
D. She and her father don't understand each other well.
( )53. What does the writer suggest the students do on the International Day of Families?
A. Remember the special day for the families in the world.
B. Take a walk and have a talk with their parents.
C. Do something to celebrate the International Day of Families.
D. Help others to solve their family problems.
( )54. How does the writer know 1,500 families had the same problem as Zhuang’s family?
A. From a study made in Beijing.
B. From reports about family problems.
C. From discussions with parents and their children.
D. From a report on the International Day of Families.
( )55. In this passage the writer tells the children, 12 to 15 years old, _______.
A. how to show their thanks to their parents
B. how to make friends with their parents
C. how to feel happier at home in different ways
D. how to win their parents' trust by listening to their parents
A．take steps B.share with C.lose your appetite for D.cost of living E.make a list of
F. by mistake G. feel guilty for
A: Mum, could you please buy me more food to eat? I want to take it to my school.
B: OK, (56)_______the things you want before I go to the supermarket.
A: Here you are.
B: Oh, my god, why do you need so much food? Do you know (57) _________continues to rise day by day?
A: Dear Mum, I just want to(58) _________my friends. Last week, I took their food(59) _________.
B: I see! OK. But you’ll (60) ________ anything if you eat too much . Don’t think of eating all the time.
A: No problem. I will control my diet. Thank you ,Mum.
A. I’ll leave a message on his desk. B.I think so. C. Hold on for a moment, please.
D. Have a good time, please. E. That’s very kind of you. F. Yes, I’m free today.
G. Sorry, I’mfree every day except today.
Mr. Brown: Hello! Could I speak to the headmaster, please?
Teacher: (61) _________.I’m sorry he isn’t here right now. May I help you?
Mr. Brown: (62) _________.But I want to speak to him about my son, Mike Brown. We are going to Hainan Island on Friday. I hope to see him as soon as possible.
Teacher: Are you free later today, Mr. Brown?
Mr. Brown: (63) _________.
Teacher: Can you come tomorrow?
Mr. Brown: (64) _________.What time?
Teacher: Between 8:30 and 9:30.
Mr. Brown: Yes, that would be fine.
Teacher: (65) _________.
Mr. Brown: Many thanks. Goodbye.
66. It is known to us all that China is a _______________ (develop) country.
67. In _______________(add), there are six other applicants.
68. He is a man of _______________(imagine).
69. New _______________(science) discoveries are made every day.
70. His impolite behavior made his parents very _______________(disappoint).
71. Three _______________(four)of the students in our class have handed in their reports.
72. You needn’t be frightened because these insects are completely _______________(harm).
73. Is the washing machine I have used for a long time worth ________________(fix)?
74. Shewas polite and made the _______________ (one ) good impression on me.
75. I come from England and I can speak a little _______________ (China ).
Write at least 80 words about the topic “I’mamember of _______.”
Use the following points as a reference.
Are you glad to be a member of ...?
What do you do in it?
How do you feel as such a member?