( )1．I don't know ______he will come tomorrow．______ he comes，I'll tell you．
( )2．Could you tell me _________ the floor without any help？
A．how did he cleaned B．what did he clean
C．how he cleaned D．what he cleaned
( )3. A woman saw it _____ when she was walking______.
A. happened, pastedB. happen, passed
C. happen, pastD. to happen, passed
( )4. – Would you like to have some tea or coffee?
-- ________. Thank you . I’ve just had enough tea.
A. EitherB. Neither C. Some D. Both
( ) 5.Stop ______ a noise! It’s time for class.
A. makeB. to makeC. makingD. made
( )6.Mount Tai is very beautiful. We _____ want to go there.
A. alsoB. tooC. eitherD. as well
( )7.—I had chicken for lunch. What about you?－_____________.
A. So do I.B. So had I.C. So did I.D. I didn’t so.
( )8. Our teacher always tells us _____ on the road.
A. don’t playB. not playingC. not to playD. not play
（）9. I’ll give her the books as soon as she ________.
A. comesB. is coming C. will comeD. came
( ) 10. Lingling studied hard _____ she could pass the maths exam.
A. because B. so that C. in order toD. while
（）11. He felt a little nervous because the doctor would operate _____ him at once.
A. on B. inC. for D. with
（）12. He was careful to avoid _____ in the centre of the city.
A. drive B. drivingC. to driveD. drove
（）13.---Look at the sign. Don’t stop your car here.---sorry, I ______it.
A. don’t noticeB. didn’t notice C. haven’t noticeD. wasn’t notice
（）14. Mr. Smith _____ in while they ____a meeting.
A. was coming…were havingB. was coming… had
C. came…were havingD. came…had
（）15. She ____ until his mother agrees.
A. leaves B. will leaveC. doesn’t leaveD. won’t leave
（）16.They were _____ excited to see each other _____ they couldn’t speak.
A. such…thatB. so…thatC. too…toD. enough to
（）17. _____ he still worked hard, _____ he was very tired.
A. Though…butB. Because…soC./…thoughD. /…so
( ) 18. If I were you, Ibuy that ugly hat.
A. won’tB. wouldn’tC. don’t D. didn’t
（）19.—I think chocolate is good for your health.
A. Good ideaB. Yes, come and eat one
C. Yes, I agreeD. No, I’m full
（）20.—Cindy, is it OK to ________ you at home by ______?
—I think it’s OK, mum. I can look after myself ________.
A. leave, yourselves, good B. put, myself, good
C. leave, yourself, well D. put, herself, well
A：Hi, Linda. Shall we go to see a film ?
A：That's a good idea. The weather is so nice these days. But where shall we have the picnic?
A：Yes, Sun Island is really a good place. (3) _________
B：We can bring some bread, meat, and something to drink.
A：OK! We'll bring all of them. By the way, when shall we go?
A：OK. Let's make it this Sunday.
A. Yes. We are on holiday now.
B. What kind of food shall we bring?
C. Any day you like.
D. I think Sun Island is good.
E. What about you?
F. But why don't we go out for a picnic?
G. Don't you think so?
Poor Martin lost his work and was trying to find a job. One day he read in the newspaper that a man was wanted to work in a zoo. He was very1and went to the boss of the zoo to ask for the job. The boss told him that their monkey had just died and it would be two months2they could get another one, so they wanted him to take the monkey’s place.
As soon as he heard this, Martin got angry and shouted, “You want me to take the place of a monkey? Take this place yourself. You look3like a monkey than I do.” “Don’t be angry,” said the boss with a smile, “I know you don’t look like a monkey, but we will4you up.” Martin thought about it for a moment. Though he didn’t like the idea, but he had to make a living after all. So he5the job in at last.
The next day Martin started to work. It wasn’t so6. The only thing he didn’t like was the tiger in the cage next to him. But, as there were strong bars (栏杆)7them, he soon got used to his neighbour.
One afternoon he climbed up to the top of the bars. Suddenly he missed his footing and fell to the other side of the bars. That great animal was asleep at that time, but the noise woke him up. Martin had to8the bars again quickly to get back into his own cage. He tried to get up, but he had hurt his feet9badly that he couldn’t move. The tiger was coming to him! The next few seconds seemed like hours. Then the tiger whispered (低语说) in his ear, “Don’t be10, old man. I’m in the same boat as you.”
( ) 1. A. sadB. worriedC. surprised D. glad
( ) 2. A. beforeB. since C. afterD. ago
( ) 3. A. much B. more C. quiteD. most
( ) 4. A. pickB. bringC. dress D. give
( ) 5. A. agreed B. tookC. loved D. lost
( ) 6. A. bad B. clean C. goodD. nice
( ) 7. A. between B. beforeC. behindD. among
( ) 8. A. liftB. moveC. jump overD. climb up
( ) 9. A. veryB. too C. soD. rather
( ) 10. A. unhappyB. sadC. afraidD. angry
I can still remember my first day at school. I was only 6 years old____1______ that time. It was a very big room. I sat at the desk near the window, but I couldn’t see _____2______ because the window was too high. There was a big map of the world on the wall and an old blackboard. I don’t think I was worried____3___ afraid at that time. There was another little boy next to me. He sat there and___4_____ silent at first. Then he began to cry, because he didn’t want to stay there.
More and more students came in, but the boy didn’t stop ___5____. “Mom, I want to go home.” He cried again and again. Later, the teacher came in. She went to the little boy, and said something to him. I couldn’t ____6____ what she said. Soon the boy stopped crying and ____7___ to smile. To this day, I still don’t know _____8_____ the teacher said to the little boy.
Do you know anything_____1_____the moon? The moon is smaller than the earth, but the sun the much bigger than the earth. The moon is far from the earth. It’s 380,000 kilometers _____2_____. From the earth. The moon looks ____3______a cake. There is no air on the moon, so there are no living things there. The side of the moon to the sun is very hot, while the other side is very cold. People can jump higher on the moon than on the earth and walk ____4____ easily there. People can’t live on the moon. They have been to the moon. It ____5____ more than three days to get to the moon by spaceship.
五. 阅读理解（一）( 本题共7小题，满分16分)
John, one of the school newspaper reporters, interviews Bernard Longmore. Bernard went to their school and has become very successful.
John: It’s really good of you to agree to talk to us, Bernard. I know you are very busy.
Bernard: I’m very happy to talk to you. I enjoyed my time at school—it was a good school.
John: It still is. I’m very happy there.
Bernard: So you present(展现) programmes for a radio station.
John: Yes, and we want you to tell us about your work as a presenter on a popular radio station. We want to know how you ‘ve become so successful.
Bernard: Well, I work hard, you know. I’ve always worked very hard.6 I think that successful people know what they want to do when they are quite young.
John: How old were you when you decided you wanted to work in radio?
Bernard: I started presenting music shows for my school radio station when I was 15. I became the youngest presenter of a popular national teenage radio show when I was 17. And then when I went to university, I worked on the university radio station in my free time. After that, it was easy to get a job with a local radio station in a small country town. And after about two years, a national radio station asked me to work for them. I’ve worked for them for four years now.
John: 7 It sounds very easy when you talk about it.
Bernard: It was quite easy. If you’re very interested in something, you’re usually good at it.
John: Thanks. I’ll remember that.
1. Why is John interviewing Bernard?
2. How did Bernard feel about his school?
3. What did Bernard decide when he was 15?
4. When did Bernard become the youngest presenter of a popular national teenage radio show?
5. What did Bernard do when he was at university?
You really have two different questions here, so we’ll discuss them one at a time. Your problems at school may be a result of a number of things. You don’t say much about how these classmates get along with each other. It’s possible that all the students are feeling a little cautious(谨慎) in the first term.
It’s also possible that the others are unkind. If this is so, you have to find out why you are the class “outsider”.
In your letter you often offer to help others with their work. Is it possible that your classmates didn’t understand your offers? Could it seem that you were trying to “buy” friends with these offers?
Is it possible that you took no notice of your classmates when you had your good friend near you? They may have felt hurt at that time. It may take a time for them to believe in you. If so, try to ask one classmate directly what the problem is. If you hear a negative(负面的) answer, at least you’ll know what to do.
() 1. From the letter we know that Alice was very
A. luckyB. unkind C. clever D. unhappy
() 2. Form the letter we can conclude(得出结论) that .
A. Alice wasn’t pleased with her teachers.
B. Alice’s parents made her study too hard
C. Alice didn’t want to go to school any more.
D. Alice didn’t get along well with her classmates
() 3. In the letter Shelia talked aboutpossible reasons for Alice’s problems.
A. four B. sixC. sevenD. eight
() 4. Which of the following is NOT true according to the letter?
A. Alice felt her classmates weren’t kind to her.
B. Alice was very warm-hearted to help her classmates.
C. Alice didn’t want to get along well with her classmates.
D. The girl asked two questions in her letter.
() 5. Shelia’s advice to Alice is that
A. Alice should find out the true reason for her problems.
B. Alice should leave school as soon as possible.
C. Alice should get one negative answer.
D. Alice should “buy” friends with her offers.
A man made a nice talking machine. It could weigh people. The man wanted to try the machine before he could make a lot of these kinds of machines.
He put the machine into the waiting room of a station . There were always lots of people inand out there.
The first one began to use the machine. It was an Indian woman. When she stand on the machine, the machine thought for a few minutes to decide which language it should speak.“Good morning, madam,” it said in Indian. “Your weight is 72 kilos. That’s three kilos more. If you eat more fruit and vegetables, you will be soon all right. Wish you a nice day.”
The second one who used the machine was a nice Chinese girl. She stood on the machine and waited to hear her weight. “Good morning , Miss ,”the machine said in Chinese. “Your weight is 45 kilos. It’s all right for your age and height. Go on to eat what you eat every day. Wish you a nice day.”
The third one to use the machine was a very fat American woman. She thought for a long time before standing on the machine. But as soon as she stood on the machine, the machine spoke quickly in English , “Good morning . Will one of you get off?”
() 1. The nice talking machine could_____
A. tell people what they should eatB. weigh and talk to people
C. tell people how old they areD. tell a story
() 2. First the man put his machine .
A. in the doctor’s waiting room B. in a museum
C. in a stationD. in a train
() 3. What did the machine tell the Indian woman?
A. She was a little lighter. B. She was just all right.
C. She needed to eat more and exercise more.D. She was a little bit heavy.
()4. Which of the following is RIGHT?
A. The machine tested only two people.
B. The Chinese girl was too thin.
C. The Indian woman was in fact heavier than the American woman..
D. Of the three the Chinese girl was the lightest.
() 5. The machine said quickly “Will one of you get off?” because
A. two people were on it
B. the third woman was too fat
C. something was wrong with it
D. the machine didn’t know where the third woman was from
We are always using body language in our daily life. When we have a conversation with someone, we may be using more body language than words. However, the same body language may mean different things in different countries. That’s why people sometimes do not understand each other correctly. Pointing to one part of the body can mean differently in different cultures. For example, in the USA people point to their heads when they think someone is clever. However, in Europe it means ‘He or she is stupid or something is wrong with his or her head’. In our Chinese culture, nodding(点头) our head up and down means ‘yes’ and shaking our head from side to side means ‘no’. However, in parts of India, Greece and Turkey, it means just the opposite. In England or the USA, when you raise your hand and make a circle with the thumb and the second finger, it means ‘You’re all right or Everything is OK’. However, if we do this in France or Belgium, it means ‘You’re worth zero’. In Greece or Turkey, we should not make this gesture（手势）. Or we are thought to be very rude.
The meaning of gestures can also change over time. In the 1960s, the V sign meant ‘peace’. However, during World War II, it meant ‘victory’. In Greece, it is a very insulting（污辱性）sign.
Though the meaning of body language is different, there are some expressions having the same meaning throughout the world, such as smiling and crying.
( ) 1. In England, if people point to their heads it means they think someone is ________.
A. cleverB. stupid C. headacheD. angry
( 2. In India, if one nods his head up and down, it means he__________.
A. doesn’t agreeB. agree C. is happyD. is sad
( ) 3. In France, if you raise your hand and make a circle with the thumb and the second finger, it means_______________.
A. you are cleverB. everything is OK
C. it is trueD. you are worth nothing
( ) 4. Which country’s body language is most different from our usual thinking?
A. France B. EnglandC. Greece D. India
( ) 5. V sign meant_______________ about forty years ago.
A. victory B. killingC. festivalD. peace
An old man was going home late one night with his horse and cart after a day’s hard work. When he was not far from his house, the light on the cart went out. He tried but could not mend (修理) it.
He was near his home, and so he went along the road without a light. When a policeman saw this, he stopped the old carter.
“Where is your light?” asked the policeman. “No man may take a cart along the road at night without a light. You know that. You have broken the law (法律).” “I had a light, but it has just gone out,” said the old man.
“I don’t believe that story,” said the policeman. He took out a book and got ready to write. What’s your name and where do you live?” he asked.
“Please don’t take my name,” said the old man. “My home is just there. You can see it from here. I had a light nearly the whole way. I haven’t come far without a light.”
“You came all the way without a light. What’s your name?”
The carter quickly took the policeman’s hand and put it down on top of the light. The light was still hot and burnt the policeman’s hand. The policeman jumped and he was very angry. “Now, what do you think?” said the carter. “Did I come all the way without a light?”
() 1. In the passage the word “cart” is ____.
A. something like a car
B. something like a light
C. something pulled by a horse
D. something with a light
() 2. The old man drove home ____.
A. on the back of his horse
B. late one night
C. very late every night
D. with a policeman
( ) 3. Where did the policeman stop the old man?
A. Near the old man’s home.
B. At the traffic lights.
C. Under a road light.
D. Far from the old man’s home.
() 4. The cart was stopped by the policeman because ____.
A. the old man didn’t have a light
B. the policeman didn’t believe the old man’s words
C. the old man didn’t want to tell his name
D. the light on the old man’s cart was not on
() 5. What made the policeman believe the old man’s words?
A. He made the policeman touch the light.
B. He jumped and shouted angrily.
C. He made the policeman angry.
D. The light burnt the policeman’s hands.
The snake _________ ______ hand.
I ___________________home alone.
_______you tell him the truth, he’ll______________ you.
五. 阅读理解（一）( 本题共7小题，满分16分)
1. Because Bernard went to their school and he has become very successful.
2. He enjoyed his time at school –It was a good school.
3. He started presenting music shows for his school radio station.
4. When he was 17.
5. He worked on the university radio station in his free time.
A:1. bit him on the2.have warned you not to go
3.If, be angry with
4. He continued working in spite of cutting his hand during an peration.