( )1. Mary is _____ honest girl. She is from Britain, _____ European country. Her friend Lily is ____Asian.
A.an;a;an B.an;an;a C.a;a;an D.an;a;a
( )2. We are _______ and they are _______.
A.Englishmen; Germans B.Englishmen; German
C.Englishmans; Germans D.Englishmen; Germen
( )3. Mr. Li has three daughters, none of ______ is an engineer.
A.they B.them C.whom D.that
( )4. Some people like to stay at home on Sunday, but ______ like to go to the cinema.
A.another B.other C.others D.the other
( )5. The Second World War broke out in _______.
A.1930’s B.the 1930’s C.1930s D.the 1930
( )6. Please hold the book ______, because I can’t see the words clearly.
A.more closer B.more closely C.closely D.closer
( )7.—What do you mean ______ saying “The body is overgrowing”?
—I mean that he is tall _____ his age.
A.by;for B.in; for C.about; with D.by;to
( )8. When Mark opened the door, he saw a woman standing there. He ______ before.
A.never saw B.had never seen C.never sees D.has never seen
( )9. It was unbelievable that the fans waited outside the gym for three hours just _______ a look at the sports stars.
A.had B.having C. to have D. have
( )10. If I ______ money, I ______ you.
A.had; would lend B.have; would lend C.had; would have lent D.had; will lend
( )11. — You didn’t go to school yesterday, did you?
— , though there was a heavy rain.
A.Yes, I did B. No, I didn’t C. Yes, I didn’t D. No, I did
( )12. — David has made great progress recently.
— ______, and ______ .
A.So he has; so you have B.So he has; so have you
C.So has he; so have you D.So has he; so you have
( )13. We were warned ______ the journey would be dangerous.
A.if B.whether C.how D.that
( )14. — Did you return Fred’s call?
— I didn’t need to ______ I’ll see him tomorrow.
A.though B. Until C. when D.because
( )15.Lucy is a clever girl, I say it, ______ I don’t like her.
A.as if B.even though C.as long as D.though
When I was twelve years old, my family were the first black people to move into an all-white part of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Many of our new neighbors weren’t very welcoming. Some of the adults said 16__that we should return where we came __17__. The children sometimes threw stones at me or drove me home __18__ .
Most of my teachers simply take no notice of me, but not Dorothy Bean, my history teacher. Miss Bean was angry at how badly I was being __19__, but she didn’t say this to me. Miss Bean 20_ her respect for me by teaching me just like __21__ else. Instead of being unnoticed, I was given a 22 to show that I was smart. Miss Bean was the first teacher who ever made me __23__ myself. She insisted on knowing what I thought about difficult questions. Was Thomas Jefferson right to buy Louisiana from France? __24__ ? She expected me to have an opinion and to be able to back it up. Miss Bean was teaching me that thinking for myself was the real key to education.
One day, when I was not paying attention in class, Miss Bean suddenly 25 an eraser at me. Unbelievably, the eraser hit me right on the hand and __26__ my pencil flying. The whole class was __27__ at first, then started laughing. This incident became famous in the school and, __28__ it happened to me, the students wanted to get to __29__ me. So that’s hte story of how Dorothy Bean made her target(目标), and how I became just another __30__ in school.
|( )16. A. kindly|
( )17. A. to
( )18. A. school
( )19. A. taught
( )20. A. kept
( )21. A. anyone
( )22. A. question
( )23. A. worry about
( )24. A. How
( )25. A. aimed
( )26. A. sent
( )27. A. excited
( )28. A. so
( )29. A. ask
( )30. A. kid
B. look out
C. work for
D. think for
A farmer grew some vegetable s in his garden. One day his wife was ill and he had no money. He had to sell some cabbages and carrots in the market. The next morning he took two baskets of vegetable s to town. But it was raining hard that afternoon and there were few people in the street. When his vegetable s were sold out, it was dark. He bought some medicine and hurried to his village.
On his way home he saw a person lying on the snow. He placed his baskets on the ground and was going to help the person to get up. At that time he found it was a dead man and there was much blood on his body. He was so afraid that he ran away quickly, without taking the baskets with him.
The next afternoon the farmer was sent to the police station. Having shown the baskets, an officer asked: “Are these yours?” “Yes, sir.” the farmer answered timidly(胆怯地)。”Have you killed the man?” “No, no, sir.” the farmer said in a hurry.” When did you see the dead man?” ”About seven last evening.” “Did you see who killed the man?” “No, Sir.” The officer brought out a knife and asked, “Have you seen it yet?” ”No, Sir.’ The officer became angry and told the policemen to beat him up and send him into prison.
That evening the officer went on trying .Pointing to the knife, he asked again,” Have you seen it yet?” ”Yes, Sir.” The officer was happy and asked,” When and where?” “I saw it here this afternoon, sir.”
31．The farmer decided to sell the vegetable s to .
A. buy some food for his family
B. buy some medicine for his wife
C. go to see a doctor
D. go to the cinema
32．The farmer didn’t sell out his vegetable s until the evening because .
A. they were too bad
B. they were very expensive
C. it rained hard that morning
D. few people liked to go out on such a bad day
33．As , the farmer decided to help the person to stand up.
A. he wanted to get some money from him.
B. the person was one of his friends
C. he thought the person would thank him.
D. he thought the person had drunk too much
34．The farmer ran away quickly because .
A. the policemen were coming towards him.
B. his wife was waiting for him at home
C. he was afraid to see a dead man.
D. it was so late that he couldn’t stay there any longer.
35．The officer tried the farmer to .
A know who had killed the man.
B. know if he had seen the dead man
C .ask when he saw the dead man
D .ask if he had seen the knife
Henry Ford was the first person to build cars which were cheap，strong and fast．He was able to se11 millions of cars because he could produce them in large numbers at a time；that is，he made many cars of the same kind．Ford’s father hoped that his son would become a farmer，but the young man did not like the idea and he went to Detroit（底特律）where he worked as a mechanic（机械师）．By the age of 29，in 1892，he had built his first car．However，the car made in this way，the famous “ Model T ” did not appear until 1908. Five years ago, Ford started his great motor car factory．This kind of car showed to be well-known that it remained unchanged for twenty year．Since Ford’s time，this way of producing cars in large numbers has become common in industry and has reduced the price of many goods which would be very expensive．
36．Henry Ford was the man to built _____ cars．
A．cheap and strong B．cheap and long
C．fast and expensive D．strong and slow
37．Ford was able to sell millions of cars，because_____．
A．he made many cars B．his cars are many
C．he made lots of cars of the same kind D．both A and B
38．The young man became a mechanic，_______．
A．which was his father’s will B．which was against his own will
C．which was against his father’s will D．which was his teacher’s will
39．The “ Model T ” was very famous_____．
A．before 1908 B．between 1982 and 1908
C．before 1892 D．after 1908
40．Ford built his own car factory_____．
A．in 1903 B．in 1908 C．in 1913 D．in 1897
Many of the expressions using water have different kinds of meaning in English. “Throwing cold water” means “not to like an idea”.
For example，you want to buy a new car because the old one has some problems but your parents throw cold water on the idea, because they think a new car costs too much.
“Water over the dam” is another expression about a past event. It’s something that finishes and it can’t be changed．
The expression comes from the idea——water has run over a dam and it can’t be brought back again . When a friend is troubled by a mistake he has made, you might tell him to forget about it．You can say “It’s water over the dam”.
“Be in hot water” was used five hundred years ago to mean being in trouble．One story says it got the meaning from throwing hot water down on enemies attacking a town．That happens no longer，but we still get into hot water.
When we are in hot water，we are in trouble．It can be any kind of trouble，serious or not serious．A person who breaks a rule can be in hot water with the police．A young boy can be in hot water with his mother if he walks in a house with dirty shoes.
41.If your partner breaks your glasses，you want him to forget about it, you might say“_____”.
42.When Uncle Clark missed the flight，we can say that“_____”.
43.If one of our friends wants to spit in public，we will _____on him.
45.What’s the best title of this passage?
Man has a big brain. He can think, learn and speak. Scientists thought that men are different from animals because they can think and learn. They know now that dogs, cats and birds can learn too. They are beginning to understand that. They make noises when they are afraid, or angry or unhappy. Apes(猿) can understand some things more quickly than human, one or two of them have learnt a few words. But they can not join words to make sentences. They can not think like us because they have no language. Language is a wonderful thing. Man has been able to build a modern world because he has language. Every child can speak his own language very well when he is four or five, —but no animal learns to speak. How do children learn it ? Scientists do not really know. What happens inside our body when we speak? They do not know. They only know that man can speak because he has a brain.
46．The best title for this passage is .
A. Animal’s Language B. Man and Ape C. Brain and language D. Man’s Brain
47．Men are different from animals in the way that .
A. men can understand things quickly B. men can learn
C. men have learnt to use language D. men have brains
48．An ape can not .
A. make noises B. understand things C. learn words D. speak like man
49．Scientists now know .
A. how children learn to speak B. why apes can learn a few words
C. man’s brain helps him to learn to speak D. what happens when men speak
50．Which of the following is NOT true ?
A. Some animals can learn. B. Apes can understand some things more quickly than men.
C. Apes can put the words they know together.
D. Apes have no language though they can learn some words
我们别无选择，只有严格要求自己。( choice,strict )
你在这个时候放弃是不明智的。( give up, wise )
衡山如此美丽，值得一游。( beautiful,visit )
中国的人口比美国要多得多 ( population )
|some time know while doing always inside special hands fork|
Every country has its own customs（风俗）and traditions. A custom is a special way of 56 something. A tradition is a custom that is passed down over 57 .These customs and traditions make different cultures in different countries.We should 58 about other people's customs and cultures. And we should 59 respect them.
For example, in America, people wear their shoes in their homes. But in 60 Asian countries like Japan and Korea, people take off their shoes before going 61 their homes.
In many Asian countries, people use chopsticks 62 Americans and Europeans eat with 63 and knives. But in India and some other countries, people often eat with their 64 There are many other differences. But all of these cultures are 65 . We should try to know and learn about them.
请你根据下表中提供的材料，为中学生朋友写一篇题为“Always Be Careful”的短文,并谈谈你对中学生自我安全保护的看法。
Always Be Careful
As a middle school student, we should try to stay away from danger .
参 考 答 案
1.A 2.A 3.C 4.C 5.B 6.D 7.A 8.B 9.C 10.A 11.A 12.B 13.D 14.D 15.B
16.C 17.B 18.A 19.D 20.C 21.A 22.B 23.D 24.D 25.B 26. A 27. D 28. C 29. B 30. A
31 – 35 B D D C A 36 – 40 A C C D A
46 – 50 D C D C C
41.It’s water over the dam.
42.Be in hot water.
43.throw cold water
45.Different expressions using water, different meanings.
51. I have no choice but to be strict with ourselves..
52. It’s not wise for you to give up at this moment.
53. Mount Heng is so beautiful that it’s worth visiting.
54. The population of China is much larger than that of America.
55. You’re sure to be succeed if you do it this way.
56.doing 57. time 58.know 59.always 60.some 61. inside 62. while 63. forks
64.hands 65. special