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单项选择

1. Swimming is       useful and important skill.  A. a    B. an   C. the    D. /

2. Your bicycle is the same as      . I bought one last week.  A. yours   B. ours   C. mine   D. hers

3. Tony injured his brain in an accident. He didn’t remember anyone,       his wife.

  A. only   B. just   C. even   D. yet

4. You spend all your money on fashion. You       spend less on clothes.

 A. could   B. should    C. might  D. would

5. --      have you studied English? –For about ten years.

  A. How much   B. How often    C. How far     D. How long

6. Alan is standing outside a cinema. He is       his friend.

  A. finding out    B. waiting for    C. knocking at   D. connecting to

7. Cormorant fishing is a       Chinese skill, more than a thousand years old.

  A. traditional    B. pleasant   C. modern   D. magic

8 The story The Test Tube Affair is probably       a crime. A. from   B. under    C. about   D. through

9. –In my opinion, Amy is a better cook than we are. --     . I don’ t like the meal she cooks.

  A. You are welcome    B. That’s right    C. It’s my pleasure   D. I don’t agree

10. The newspaper        prices are going down five percent a year.

  A. plans   B. says    C. offers   D. leads

11. If the waiter doesn’t come soon, we will leave this        .

  A. restaurant    B. factory    C. corner    D. building

12. I’ll never fly Air World again. Terrible service        by the airline.

 A. provides    B. is provided    C. provided    D. was provided

13. –Which is       , the giraffe, the tiger or the monkey? ---The giraffe is.

  A. tall    B. taller    C. tallest   D. the tallest

14. The girl who wandered the streets has come a long way,        her journey is not finished yet!

  A. and     B. but   C. or    D. so

15. My parents always do everything for me. It won’t be like that when I       .

   A. grow up   B. pick up   C. send up   D. ring up

答案

1—5 ACCBD   6—10 BACDB   11—15 ADDBA

完型填空

You have probably heard the expression, “It’s raining cats and dogs outside.” That means     1   it’s raining very hard—not that     2   cats and dogs are falling from the     3   . However, one day in June, 1882, it really did rain   4  over Dubuque, Lowa. The frogs    5 falling along with hailstones during a   6    storm.

Hail is formed when drops of rainwater are   7    by heavy winds and are carried high up into the air. There the raindrops become frozen. Many drops may freeze      8   to from balls of ice, these ice balls, or hailstones, then to earth. During the storm in Dubuque, the strong winds lifted small frogs from nearby ponds   10   the air along with raindrops. When some of these frogs became covered with ice, both hailstones and frog—stones fell onto the ground.

1. A. that   B. how   C. why   D. if             2. A. careless   B. blind   C. dead    D. real

3. A. hill   B. tower   C. sky   D. building       4. A. cats   B. frogs   C. dogs     D. birds

5. A. stopped  B. enjoyed   C. began     D. forgot   6. A. popular   B. terrible   C. weekly   D. common

7. A. divided   B. added   C. changed   D. caught   8. A. together    B. alone    C. so    D. almost

9. A. hold    B. lose   C. keep    D. fall           10. A. form    B. into   C. after   D. by

答案

1—5 ADCBC    6---10 BDADB  

任务型阅读

March 15 was a special day for almost everyone in the UK. At school, kids got to wear their own clothes instead of uniforms. In offices, people did (A) 许多傻事, like crazy dances. In the street, some people dressed up to sell cakes. And, strange of all, everyone was wearing a red nose. The day is (B) called Red Nose Day. It is a huge charity event in the UK every other year. On this day, many people, from the famous to common people, wear a red plastic nose and do something funny to raise money. All the money they raise goes to help the poorest people in the UK and Africa.  When Africa? The story (C) goes back to 1985. There was a big TV show on the BBC which had many comedians (喜剧) on it. It hoped to make people (D)        so that they would donate money. With the money they made, they would help people in Africa. The chose red nose because they made people stand out from the crowd. (E) They looked very strange. They got people to talk about the charity. The first Red Nose Day happened in 1998. Since then, Red Nose Day had raise (F) $ 600 and help change 50 million lives in the UK and Africa. It has become one of the biggest charity events on the UK calendar.

1.       A 翻译成汉语                                                                 

2.       写出BC 的近义词                            

3.       DF 处填入适当的词                               

4.       E改写成   They looked           strange          they got people to talk about the charity.

5.       在文中找出中心词语                

答案: 1. lots of silly things     2. named    returns    3. laugh   over    4. so that   5. Red Nose Day

任务型阅读

Polar Bears (北极熊) are solitary animals (独居动物). We often see them standing alone in pictures. But have you ever wondered (A) whether polar bears get lonely? To get clear about it, we have to think what we mean by the world “lonely”. Humans are social animals. We have evolved (进化) to spend (B)         with other humans, using languages and tools to stay alive. Because we need another, we don’t like being alone all that much, and we feel lonely. But we are (C) just one kind of animal. Other animals are very different. Some predators (捕食者), like bears and lions, spend most of their lives alone. (D) Social animals like humans are more often prey (捕获物), not predators.  We need to stay together for safety. The difference is important in the plant world, too. Some plants work together to stay alive, a bit like humans do. But other plants want to be alone. (E) They even give off chemicals around them to kill off other plants.

So, do polar bears get lonely? (F) 我们怎样回答这个问题? Polar bears have evolved to not care so much when they are on their own. So next time you see a picture of a polar bear on its own, looking a little (G)         , don’t feel so bad. It probably isn’t all that lonely.

1.       写出AC 的近义词                               

2.       BG处填上适当的词                            

3.       D 改写成   Social animals like humans are more often prey (捕获物),                predators. 

4.       E 指代的是             

5.       F处翻译成英语                

答案: 1. if   only    2. time   sad    3. rather than / instead of    4. other plants   

5. How can we answer this question?

用括号里所给词的正确形式填空

Nine—grade students at Parkville School in Maryland, had a science class last month. They were       (work) carefully. They didn’t see a man come into their classroom. The        (visit) was President Obama. “When he came in, my heart stopped because he is the president.” Said Collin Vincent.

The students did        (experiment) carefully. They showed Obama what they were doing. The president was very        (happily) and said, “We want to know how you study math and science. Those areas will have big influence on your future. Your success means         (America) success.”

Kiera Lane, 13 years old, said, “It was nice to see he was interested in what we were worried about. It was like he really cares about        (we).’

答案

Working     visitor    experiments   happy    American   us


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