1. How long has the man had the camera?
A. Three days. B. Six years. C. Eight years.
2. How often did Helen go to KFC in the past?
A. Once a week. B. Twice a week. C. Three times a week.
3. What are the two people talking about?
A. Going walking. B. Having dinner. C. Shopping together.
4. What is Mike?
A. A policeman. B. A teacher. C. A doctor.
5. What does the woman mean?
A. Buying some beautiful clothes will make the baby smile.
B. Dressing the baby up like a doll will stop it crying.
C. Showing a lovely doll may make the baby stop crying.
6. Which charity(慈善组织) are the two speakers talking about?
A. Project Hope. B. The Red Cross. C. WWF.
7. Why does the woman like it?
A. Because it helps us make a better world.
B. Because it is the biggest charity.
C. Because it helps the poor children go to school.
What a kind taxi driver!
A truck driver
When I rode across 13 , I was knocked down by a truck. The driver didn’t stop, and he drove away.
A taxi driver
A taxi driver stopped and took me to 14 .
I was very thankful to the car driver for saving me. However, I didn’t 15 .
8. A. a shop B. a hospital C. a road
9. A. the nearest hospital B. the best hospital C. the newest hospital
10. A. pay him B. remember his name C. ask his name
11. How long will the group Red River stay in London?
A. For about a week. B. For half a month. C. For about 3 weeks.
12. What’s the telephone number?
A. 2830665. B. 2830065. C. 2386005.
13. Where will the concert(音乐会) be?
A. In South Street. B. In the South Bank Hall. C. Near the children’s hospital.
14. What does the speaker want to tell us?
A. Something about London.
B. Something about a pop concert.
C. Something about the children’s hospital.
15. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. Tickets are quite expensive.
B. All of the money will go to a children’s hospital.
C. You can telephone to book tickets at 10:00 p.m..
1. As we all know, playing chess is usually one-to-one game.
A. a; a B. /; a C. /; an D. the; a
2. I_________ the piano but I don’t play very often now.
A. am used to playing B. was used to play C. am used to play D. used to play
3. Mark __________ in China for 10 years and now he teaches Chinese in Britain.
A. worked B. has worked C. will work D. is working
4. We plan to go to Hangzhou during the May Day holiday, but we haven’t decided __________.
A. where to go B. how to go C. when to go D. who to go
5. Yesterday Andy _______ his dictionary to me, and said I could _______ it for a week.
A. lent; borrow B. borrowed; have C. lent; keep D. gave; keep
6. — How long ________ you _______ the bad cold? —For two days.
A. do; catch B. have; had C. have; caught D. did; catch
7. --Has your brother _______ Tibet? --Yes, though he _______ there twice.
A. been to; has been B. been to; has gone C. gone to; has been D. gone to; has gone
8. —Why not stop _______ a rest?
—Oh, it’s so exciting that I can’t stop _______ the kite.
A. having; flying B. to have; to fly C. having; to fly D. to have; flying
9. The roller coaster moved ________ high speed and they were screaming and laughing ________ the ride.
A. in; through B. at; through C. in; during D. at; over
10. — Do you mind me sitting here? — ________. Take your seat, please.
A. No, I do B. Yes, of course C. No, not at all D. Yes, of course not
11. --I can't stop smoking, doctor.
--For your health, I'm afraid you_______.
A. may B. can C. have to D. need
12. —Be careful! A car may hit you.
—Thank you! I _______ I _______ so close to the road.
A. didn’t know; am standing B. don’t know; am standing
C. didn’t know; was standing D. didn’t know; would stand
13. The man _______ Shanghai an hour ago, so he _______ for an hour.
A. was away for; has left B. left; has left
C. has left for; has been away D. left for; has been away
14. That park ____________ some bridges and a lake.
A. is made of B. is made from C. is made by D. is made up of
15. —It’s been such a wonderful evening with you! Thank you very much! —_______
A. My pleasure! B. Glad to hear that. C. It’s nothing. D. No thanks.
If people are so tired, they will fall asleep almost anywhere. We can see there are people sleeping on the bus or train on their 31 home from work in the evenings. A man is 32 the newspaper, and seconds later it seems that he is trying to eat it. Or he will fall asleep on the shoulder of the stranger 33 next to him. Another short sleep goes on in the lecture hall where a student will start snoring(打鼾) so 34 that the professor has to ask another student to shake the sleeper awake. A more embarrassing(尴尬) situation happens when a student starts falling into sleep and the weight of the head pushes(推) the arm off the 35 , and the movement carries the rest of the body along. The student wakes up on the floor with no 36 of getting there. The worst time to fall asleep is when 37 . Police reports are full of accidents that happen when people fall into sleep and go off the road. If the drivers are 38 , they will not be seriously hurt. One woman's car, for example, went into the river. She woke up in four feet of 39 and thought it was raining. When people are really 40 , nothing will stop them from falling asleep--no matter where they are.
31. A. way B. route C. path D. road
32. A. buying B. selling C. looking D. reading
33. A. lying B. waiting C. talking D. sitting
34. A. bravely B. happily C. loudly D. carelessly
35. A. sofa B. desk C. shoulder D. book
36. A. sense B. memory C. feeling D. dream
37. A. thinking B. working C. walking D. driving
38. A. lucky B. awake C. clever D. strong
39. A. ground B. water C. grass D. bush
40. A. lonely B. drunk C. tired D. lazy
During my travels through the mountains of Greece I was only ever scared(害怕) once. It was dusk and as I walked alone I met six large wolves that were feeding on the body of a dead animal. I had heard many stories about wolves as a child and it was this animal that I feared more than any other. The wolves before me were huge, at least 6 feet long and covered with thick grey fur.
As I went near, the wolves left the blood-covered snow that surrounded the body and started walking towards me, one after another. They stopped about 20 metres from me and stared. The lead wolf raised his head into the air and took in a deep breath, as if he was smelling my presence. The animals looked both beautiful and frightening, but I knew I could not show them my fear. As I came nearer, the lead wolf raised its head once more but this time let out a long, loud cry. The awful cry rang out across the silent valley. I had never heard a more frightening sound. I was almost certain it was a sign to be death.
Every moment I expected to see the pack of wolves dash(冲) at me. I knew my only hope was to pretend (假装) I had no fear. I walked past the line of wolves, like a general moving among his soldiers. They cried out loud again. But when they saw that their cry did not cause me to change my direction or make me run, they feared to come after m; so they let me pass and returned to the dead animal.
If I had turned back or tried to run away when they marched out to meet me, I am certain the whole pack would have attacked(攻击) me in a moment. But my show of false courage(虚假的勇气) intimidated them and kept them back.
41. Why didn’t the wolves attack the man?
A. They were no longer hungry when they saw him.
B. The man was already known to the wolves.
C. They were too far away to catch the man.
D. The man showed no fear as he passed by.
42. The underlined word “intimidated” in the last paragraph probably means “ ”.
A. amazed B. scared C. excited D. hurt
43. What is the writer’s purpose of writing this story?
A. To show that mountains can be dangerous places.
B. To discuss the habits of mountain wolves.
C. To make people realize the danger of wolves.
D. To stress the need for courage when in danger.
44. Which is the best title for this story?
A. In Face of Fear B. My Trip to Greece
C. My Mountain Travels D. A Man Without Fear
What do you do in a situation like this? You’re calling dinner with friends at a nice restaurant. You’re having a great time when a phone rings at the table next to you. A man takes out his phone and starts talking loudly about problems he’s having with his girlfriend. He talks for almost ten minutes! This happens all the time－on buses, in restaurants, everywhere!
Many people find mobile phones useful in their daily lives. But we’ve all sat next to someone talking too loudly on a mobile phone. You may want to tell the loudmouth to end the conversation, but let the management take care of those noisy customers (顾客). You can only control your own behavior. Here are a few rules:
Off means off! Follow the rules of restaurants and other public places. If a sign says “turn off mobile phones”, don’t use your phone. If you are allowed, speak softly and for a short time and try to move away form other people.
Lights off, phone off! Never make calls in a theater or at the movies.
Pay attention! Talking on a mobile phone while driving is dangerous. And watch where you’re going when you’re walking down the streets and talking on the phone.
As more people use mobile phones, things are only going to get worse. So, the next time you’re getting ready to make a call, stop and think about the people around you.
47. The man talking on the mobile phone loudly in the restaurant will ________.
A. talk for half an hour B. pay more for his meal
C. make other customers angry D. be driven out by the boss
48. Some people use mobile phones in a rude way because____________.
A. they don’t think about the people around them
B. some public places allow them to do so
C. they are proud of having mobile phones
D. mobile phones are common and are easy to get everywhere
49. According to the passage, we shouldn’t make calls ___________.
A. in restaurants B. on buses
C. at the movies D. on the street
50. From the passage we can infer(推断) that __________.
A. mobile phones have become the most useful tool in our life
B. public manners (礼貌) play an important role in our life
C. mobile phones lead to (导致) people’s bad relationship
D. people should turn mobile phones off in a public places
1. It’s wrong to put the ___________(废料) into the river.
2. I don’t want to take a ____________(直达的) flight to Germany because the air ticket is too expensive.
3. When the girl is away on holiday, she sometimes ____________(想念) her family.
4. __________(绑) the young trees to the sticks to prevent them from falling.
5. If you want to learn more about the film, why not read those ____________(评论)?
6. The man lived a much ____________(艰难的) life after he moved to that island.
7. –What made the woman tired out?
--___________(挑选) a dress in the shop.
8. --Shall we visit the museum next Monday?
--Sorry, the museum is open every day __________ Monday.
9. -- Did you accept that job?
-- No, I ___________ it. I think it was beyond me.
10. --Will you go to the sports centre tomorrow?
--It may rain, but I shall go there__________.
Li Qiang is one of my classmates. He has changed a lot this term._______________________