从每小题所给的A、 B、 C、D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。
( )1. I________a lot but I don't play very often now.
A. used to play tennis B. was used to play tennis
C. am used to play tennis D. used to playing tennis
( )2. Bob, an________boy, can write and sing many English songs.
A. eight-years-old B. eight-years C. eight-year-old D. eight-years old
( )3.—Would you________me________, Mr. Lin? This question is too hard for me.
—OK. Let me try.
A. help; after B. help; out C. help; up D. help; with
( )4. Let's________the exercise books before we begin to do our homework.
A. put up B. call up C. hand out D. fix up
( )5. I think________difficult for us to learn a foreign language well in a short time.
A. that B. this C. one D. it
( )6. Her clothes are new, but she wants to________them________to the poor people.
A. work, out B. help; out C. give; away D. hand; out
( )7.—What are you going to do?
—I'm going to put_______ some signs________old clothes.
A. up; to ask for B. on; to ask to C. up; asking to D. down; asking for
( )8.Our parents often tell us not alone in the river in summer.
A.swim B.to swim C.swimming D.swam
( )9.The father is creative enough so many nice toys for his daughter.
A.buying B.making C.to buy D.to make
( )10.I often saw the boys in the river.
A.swam B.swimming C.to swim D.swim
( )11.—It will only about 50 minutes to travel to Mount Wuyi by high-speed railway.
—Wow,how exciting!I can’t wait.
A.take B.spend C.cost D.pay
( )12.—It’s important for us to know all the subjects.
—Yeah, group work is my favorite.
A.how to study B.when to study C.which to study D.what to study
( )13.—What are you doing, Uncle Wang?
—I’m sorting out old books and I’ll to kids in West China.
A.give them up B.give them away C.give them off D.give them in
( )14.We found necessary to protect animals in danger.
A.it B.this C.that D./
( )15.—Would you please help me buy some apples on your way home?
A. That's all right B. It doesn't matter C. It's very kind of you D. With pleasure.
One day, Peter had a fight with one of his classmates. Then he went to his grandfather and told him his story 16 .“He is really bad，”the boy said,“and I 17 him.”
The grandfather said,“ 18 me tell you a story. When I was a boy, I too, sometimes hated others for what they did.”
As Peter 19 carefully, the grandfather went on.“There are always two tigers inside my heart. One is 20 and kind. He gets on well 21 everything around him. But 22 is bad and unfriendly. Even the smallest thing will make him angry. He fights with everyone all the time, and for no reason. He can’t think carefully 23 he always hates others. It is difficult to live with these two tigers inside my heart. They both try to control me.”
Peter looked into his grandfather’s 24 and asked,“ 25 tiger always controls you, Grandfather?”
The old man said slowly and seriously,“The one that I feed. I always feed the good and kind tiger, so I never hate others and seldom get angry now.”
( )16.A.happily B.friendly C.hardly D.angrily
( )17.A.love B.hate C.know D.enjoy
( )18.A.Make B.Help C.Let D.Ask
( )19.A.saw B.felt C.talked D.listened
( )20.A.good B.bad C.lazy D.quiet
( )21.A.at B.on C.with D.about
( )22.A.other B.others C.another D.the other
( )23.A.because B.though C.before D.but
( )24.A.eyes B.ears C.nose D.mouth
( )25.A.Who B.Which C.Where D.When
When you meet problems, whom will you ask for help? Your parents, your teachers or your friends? You ' d better tell others your bad feelings, and not face all the difficulties yourself. Remember that there is always someone to help you. Be kind to yourself and ask for help.
Name your feelings. For example, you may say “I am so angry!” loudly when you feel angry. You can also do exercises, listen to music, write a diary, play with a pet, go for a walk or do whatever helps you change to a better feeling.
Be calm. It is time for you to get down to business. You need to understand what the problem is, with the help of others. You must deal with the problems . If you work on it, you will find good ways to deal with it and you will become stronger after this experience. Unhappiness won't stay for a long time, so don't think problems will catch you all the time. Instead, you should always see the bright side.
( )26. What should you do when you meet problems according to the writer? _________
A. Face difficulties by yourself.
B. Ask someone for help.
C. Ask others to deal with problems for you.
D. Feel unhappy and worried.
( )27.The writer tells us the following ways to deal with a bad feeling EXCEPT _________ .
A. having a talk B. doing exercises C. listening to music. D. travelling
( )28.Why must you deal with problems according to the passage?_________
A. No wants to help you.
B. You can have something to talk about.
C. This will make you strong.
D. Others believe you can make it .
( )29. You should _________ when you face difficulties.
A. see the hope B.be honest C. be serious D. forget difficulties
( )30.What is the best title for the passage?
A. Good Ways to Deal with Problems
B. How to Get Along with Others
C. Good ways to help others
D. Help from Others.
Betty and I are best friends. Our birthdays are on the same day, so every year we have a birthday party together. But this year, we had a costume party instead.
While we were writing the invitations, my mum came in and asked, "Why not invite John?" John had been in our class for only a few months, but he was already getting better grades in math than anyone else in class. I wrinkled (皱起)my nose, "Mum, he wears the same pants to school every day. How could he even afford a costume?" Mum said nothing. The next day. Mum gave me an envelope with a shopping certificate (凭证)in it. "I thought it would be nice for you to give this to John." Mum said. But how? We didn’t want to make John embarrassed. We discussed it for a long time. Finally ,Betty and I had a good idea.
On the day of our party, kids arrived, dressed differently. John arrived, in an old sheet (床单)，but still in the same brown pants as usual. We danced, ate snacks and played games in groups. Before eating the birthday cake, Betty said in a loud voice, "Now it s time for the great prize game. It's the following riddle..." It was a math game. None of us was surprised when John came up with the right answer first and walked off with the envelope.
Everything went on well as we planned. John wore a new pair of pants and a new shirt the next week. He felt happy. So did we.
When we help others, we need to find a proper way, or we may hurt them in another way.
( )31. The two girls and John were in the same________.
A. group B. family C. team D. class
( )32. John’s family may be very________according to the passage.
A. far B. poor C. rich D. small
( )33. How did John get the prize during the party?
A. By helping others. B. By asking for help.
C. By getting good grades in study. D. By winning the math game.
( )34. John_________with the shopping certificate after the party.
A. watched a basketball match B. saw a movie
bought something to wear D. made a phone call
( )35. Which of the following sentences is TRUE according to the passage?
A.John wasn't good at math.
B. The two girls helped John in a proper way.
C. The two girls felt angry when John won the great prize.
D. John wore a new pair of pants and a new shirt to the party
Everyone needs friends. There’s an old saying, “Friends are God’s way of taking care of us.” How do you find real friendship and keep it?
The American writer Sally Seaman tells young students some smart ways to find friends. Sally says finding friendship is just like planting a tree. You plant the seed and take care of it to make it grow.
What makes a good friend? It’s not because a person has money or good looks. A good friend should be kind and patient. For example, if you have a bad day, a good friend should listen to your complaints (抱怨) and do his or her best to help you.
But things can’t always be happy. Even the best friends have fights. What should you do when you have a fight with your friend? You have to talk to him or her .
The following steps can make you be friends again: say sorry to him or her; tell him or her how you are feeling; explain why you did this or that.
Remember that friendship is the most important thing in your life.
( )36. Sally wants to tell students the way to ______.
A. find friends B. plant trees C. get happy D. keep fit
( )37 A good friend should ______.
A. be lovely and cool B. be kind and patient
C. have lots of money D. have good looks
( )38. According to the passage, you should ______ your friend after a fight.
A. buy a present for B. never say a word to
C. have dinner with D. talk to
( )39. There are ______ steps to be friends again after a fight.
A. four B. three C. two D. six
( )40. What’s the best title for the passage?
A. Teenagers and Friendship B. The Good Friends Around You
C. Finding and Keeping Friendship D. The Trouble of Growing Up
Eating out is more popular in Britain today than it has ever been.41. . It seems that many British people are becoming more and more interested in how good their food tastes, and also how healthy it is.
However, eating out can also be expensive, 42. . When having a date with friends, or having a birthday, many people like to go to a restaurant, and people often also eat in a restaurant before going to the cinema or the theater.As in all cultures, 43. . The knife and fork should be used in the correct way. 44 .
Most British cities have a large collection of food as well as British food, from the very cheap to the very expensive—French, Italian, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Japanese and many, many more.
When people are too tired to cook after work, they often get a “take away”. This means that they order from a take－out restaurant by telephone, and then go to get it.
45. All you have to do is to open the door, pay and eat!
41.___________ 42.___________ 43.___________ 44.___________ 45.___________
Amada is an American filmmaker and actress. She came to China three years ago to study performance at Beijing Film Academy. Lat month, she moved to Japan to study Economics at the University of Tokyo. On June 10th, she returned to the USA. She chatted with her parents about the culture differences between the two countries.
“The people in both countries are very friendly to foreigners. But they have different cultures. For example, when I spoke Chinese in China, the people always showed surprise on their faces. But when I came to Japan, I found it was opposite. Most local people there hoped I could talk with them in Japanese, though I was not good at it,” she said.
Amanda thought this might have something to do with the fact that Western group in Japan is older than the one in China. They have stayed in Japan for a long time. And most of them speak Japanese well. But Westerners in China are still quite a new group. They are usually treated as guests and tourists.
|In Japan||In China|
|Time Amanda spent||About one month||About 46 years|
|Subjects Amanda 47||Economics||Performance|
|Different cultures||The Japanese expected the westerns to speak 49 .||The Chinese felt 48 when she spoke Chinese|
|The reason of the culture difference|
The western group in China is 50 than the one in Japan.
第六节 书面表达 (共l题,满分20分)
Unit 2 I’ll help to clean up the city parks.
参 考 答 案
1-5 ACBCD 6-10 CABDD 11-15 AABAD
16-20 DBCDA 21-25 CDAAB
26-30 BDCAA 31-35 DBDCB 36-40 ABDBC
46. three 47. learned/learnt/studied 48. surprised 49. Japanese 50. younger