⒈____ ⒉____ ⒊____⒋____ ⒌____
( )⒍ A. Sun Xiaoyan ran 800 metres.
B. It was difficult to run the race.
C. Sun Xiaoyan did.
( )⒎ A. Oh dear! What's wrong?
B. That's all right. C. It doesn't matter.
( )⒏ A. Yes, I want. B. Yes, please. C. No, I don't like.
( )⒐ A. Yes. Welcome back to school again.
B. Certainly, we are. C. No, I don't mind.
( )⒑ A. Yes, but my pencil is lost.
B. I want to write a letter.
C. Sorry, I left my pen at home.
( )⒒ A. She doesn't want to play table tennis.
B. She wants to play table tennis.
C. She wants to see the doctor.
( )⒓ A. Joy is answering someone's question.
B. Joy is working in her study.
C. Joy is speaking to someone else on the phone.
( )⒔ A. She doesn't like the woollen one.
B. She likes both of them.
C. She likes the cotton one.
( )⒕ A. 24. B. 28. C. 29.
( )⒖ A. He helped the old woman with it.
B. He bought an ice cream with it.
C. He gave an ice cream to the woman.
( )⒗ Where did Mr. Brown get out of the taxi?
A. At the bus stop. B. Near his bank. C. At Victoria Station. D. By his office.
( )⒘ What hit the taxi at the corner?
A. A window. B. A wheel. C. A car. D. A stone.
( )⒙ What did the policeman write in his little book?
A. The number of the car. B. The number of the taxi.
C. The number of a bus. D. The number of the train.
( )⒚ Why were the policeman and the taxi driver angry?
A. Because Mr. Brown was late.
B. Because Mr. Brown got out of the taxi.
C. Because the policeman couldn't stop the car.
D. Because Mr. Brown fell and hit his head on the door.
( )⒛ How did Mr. Brown go to his bank after that?
A. He went to his bank by bus.
B. He went to his bank by car.
C. He went to his bank by taxi.
D. He went to his bank on foot.
( )⒈ It is ___ difficult work that we can't finish it in a short time.
A. so B. such C. so a D. such a
( )⒉ I ___ you ___ left for Shanghai.
A. thought, had B. think, have C. think, had D. thought, have
( )⒊ I've decided ___ it myself.
A. do B. doing C. did D. to do
( )⒋ You can't solve the problem ___ this way.
A. by B. in C. on D. to
( )⒌ I was just leaving the classroom ___ it rained.
A. while B. when C. at D. during
( )⒍ ___ a big smile on his face, Mr Liu told a piece of good news to his students.
A. In B. Have C. With D. For
( )⒎ I won't go away ___ I see you.
A. as soon as B. because C. until D. and
( )⒏ ___ Put / put on your coat, ___ you'll catch a cold.
A. If; or B. You; and C. /; or D. /; and
( )⒐ Last night I went to bed early but couldn't ___ .
A. get to sleep B. get sleep C. fall sleep D. fall to sleep
( )⒑ Mrs Li was very angry ___ her son ___ her words.
A. with; with B. to; with C. with; at D. with; to
( )⒒ Would you please ___ me?
A. not trouble B. not to trouble
C. to not trouble D. don't trouble
( )⒓ How are you getting ___ with your classmates?
A. on B. up C. down D. to
( )⒔ So far, we ____ English for nearly three years.
A. learn B. learnt C. have learnt D. had learnt
( )⒕ Mr Yao is a good friend of ___ .
A. my B. my father C. my fathers' D. my father's
( )⒖ Fujian is ___ the southeast of China.
A. at B. to C. on D. in
One day, some workers were mending the road. They had dug a big hole in the road. As they could not 1 their work, they had put up notice boards on both sides of the hole before they 2 . On the boards they wrote the word DANGER in order to warn people not to drop into the hole.
Some time 3 , a blind man was walking 4 the road. He was just walking in the direction of the hole. As he could not see the notice, he was walking 5 to the hole. He was very close to it now. Just at that moment, a boy saw the man and 6 up to him. " 7 !" the boy shouted, "Don't go any farther, or you'll fall 8 the hole." After he heard this, the blind man stopped 9 . Then the boy took the man by the arm and led him safely around the hole. "Thanks a lot," said the man, "You're really a 10 boy."
( )⒈ A. finish B. prepare C. do D. start
( )⒉ A. left B. begin C. stopped D. came
( )⒊ A. ago B. before C. past D. later
( )⒋ A. to B. along C. away from D. out of
( )⒌ A. near and near B. nearer and nearer
C. far and far D. farther and farther
( )⒍ A. walked B. came C. ran D. went
( )⒎ A. Hello B. Oh C. Help D. Stop
( )⒏ A. in B. to C. into D. at
( )⒐ A. at last B. at once C. at first D. at that time
( )⒑ A. nice B. bad C. naughty D. clever
I felt very tired when I came home from work. I fell asleep while my one year-old son was playing his toy. After a while, a loud knock at the door woke me up. Ah, my little son tried to open the door. From the window, he saw a kite flying in the sky. Oh, it's quite a nice kite! I got up and looked out of the window. Two boys were flying the kite. I took my son out to the yard. "I'm glad to see you." I asked one boy, "Would you please tell me in which shop you bought the kite? My son likes it very much and I want to buy one for him." "We made it ourselves." "If he likes, he can take it," said the other boy. "Thank you just the same, little boy. I'm going to make a kite for him. Thank you!"
( )⒈ How many people are there in this passage?
A. Two. B. Four C. Three. D. Five.
( )⒉ Who is the oldest?
A. The writer. B. The little boy. C. The son. D. The boys.
( )⒊ Who made the kite?
A. The son. B. The writer.
C. A worker. D. The boys.
( )⒋ Who likes the kite very much?
A. Father. B. Mother. C. The son. D. The boys.
( )⒌ How old is the son?
A. One year. B. One year old. C. One old. D.A year.
Billy had a nice shop in the main street of a small town. He sold jewellery, watches, clocks and so on. All went well some years, and then a thief stole a lot of jewellery from his shop twice in one month at night. Three weeks passed, yet the police still didn't catch the thief. So Billy decided to try to do something about it himself. He bought a good camera and fixed it up in his shop and put some cheap jewellery in front of it for the thief, so that it could take a photo of anyone who stole the jewellery.
A few nights later the thief came, but he did not touch any of the cheap jewellery that Billy had put out for him. He took the camera, which was worth 1500 dollars.
( )⒍ At first all was getting on ___ with Billy.
A. successfully B. badly C. quickly D. unhappy
( )⒎ Within one month ___ .
A. Billy began to sell cameras
B. Billysold all the things in his shop
C. a thief stole all the things in Billy's shop
D. a thief stole much of Billy's jewellery
( )⒏ Billy bought a camera in order to ___ .
A. take pictures for those who came to his shop
B. find out the thief with its help
C. become even richer
D. make his shop large
( )⒐ In the end of this story, ___ .
A. Billy caught the thief
B. the thief stole the expensive camera
C. the thief took the camera and jewellery
D. the thief took the jewellery
( )⒑ The thief in the story was very ___ .
A. stupid B. sad C. bright D. old
One day a snake was looking for food. She found a hole and went into it. "Hooray!" It was a house for mice. She said to herself happily. There, she saw some little babies of mice. "They are good dinner for me!"
She came to them and asked, "Where are your parents?" The babies answered, "They went out for food." "Food? Good!" said the snake. "Come on and listen to me. I came here to see your parents and tell them not to steal the people's grain any longer or I will kill you all." The little mice worried about their own safety. "Don't be afraid, my body is like the hole. It is a safe place. When I open my mouth, you can come into it one by one. Then we will wait for your parents coming back. Are you clear?" The little babies came into the snake from her mouth one by one.
A moment later, the mice's parents came back with some grain. Just then they found a snake in their room. "Who are you? Why did you come into our house?" "Where are our babies?" asked the mice's parents. The snake answered coolly, "I am a judge of the people. I knew you did a lot of bad deeds. You often steal lots of foodstuff of the people. Today, I came to sentence you to death. Your babies have been in my body. Don't you want to see them?" With these words, the snake flew at the mice.
( )⒒ The snake was glad to see some babies of mice.
( )⒓ The little mice believed the snake.
( )⒔ The snake was very friendly to the baby mice.
( )⒕ The snake was a judge of the people.
( )⒖ At last all the mice were eaten by the snake.
⒈ The boy fell off the high tree but l____________ he wasn't badly hurt.
⒉ In China people usually eat m______________ on Mid-autumn Day.
⒊ He's a hard-working boy. He s________ a lot of money on books.
⒋ Light travels much faster than s_______.
⒌ I saw two f___________ in the park yesterday. I think they came from the USA.
⒍ There are two __________ (library) in our school.
⒎ You look so __________ (worry). What's the trouble with you?
⒏ Which subject do you like ________ (well), maths, English or Chinese?
⒐ The children enjoyed _________ (oneself) at the party.
⒑ Don't touch the machine. It's ___________ (danger).
Many experts think that India's ___________ may be ________ than China's by 2020.
It's your _______ to be on ______ today.
What's ___________ over there? So many people are __________ round the gate.
Don't forget to _____ the door when you _____ home.
Don't be a ________ ___________ , or the others will get angry with you.
I．從 B 欄中找出能夠回答 A 欄問題的答句。
( )⒈ I fell and hurt my leg just now.
( )⒉ What are you going to be when you grow up?
( )⒊ What does a woolen sweater cost?
( )⒋ What's your mother's job?
( )⒌ How far is it from your home to our school?
A. I'd like to be a teacher like my father.
B. About half an hour's walk.
C. About 200 yuan.
D. I'm sorry to hear that.
E. She's an office worker.
Paul is a kind-hearted farmer. He is riding on his horse. He is going to the market. He meets an old man on the road. The man is carrying a big bag. It is _____ of things. Paul wants to help him.
Paul：Good morning, ______.
Man：Good morning, young man.
Paul：________ are you going?
Man：I'm going to the market.
Paul：Do you want a ride?
Man：______ , I'm tired.
Paul：May I help you get on the horse?
Man：Yes, please. Do you want to get on the horse, _____?
Paul：Yes, I do.
Man：Can your horse ________ us and my bag?
Paul：No, I don't think so.
Man：Can you ________, young man?
Paul：Of __________, I can.
Man：Let's go. It's very _______ of you, young man.
Paul：It's a ____________ .
以" My Mother "為題，用英語寫一篇短文。
要點：① 媽媽是護士，在縣人民醫院工作。 她工作努力，工作中嚴格要求自己，因此，她的同事們對他評價很高；
參考詞匯：縣 county； 抗擊fight against；
戰斗battle； 非典 SARS；
⒈ This sign tells people that the car can't make a turn here.
⒉ This sign tells people that no car can go through.
⒊ This sign means that we can turn right or left here.
⒋ This sign means that we can cross the street.
⒌ This sign means that blowing a whistle is not allowed here.
⒍ Do you know who won the girls' 800 metres?
⒎ Mum, I don't feel well.
⒏ Would you like some tea?
⒐ Hi, Jim. It's a long time since we met last.
⒑ Excuse me, Li Lei. May I use your pen?
⒒ A：Hi, Kate! Would you like to play table tennis with me?
B：Yes, I'd love to. But I've got a headache and a cough.
Q：What does Kate mean?
⒓ A：Hello! May I speak to Joy Smith?
B：Hold on, please. She's answering another call.
Q：What does the man mean?
⒔ A：Here are two coats, Mary. Which do you like better, the cotton one or the woollen one?
B：Either is OK.
Q：What does Mary mean?
⒕ M：How long has your English teacher been in your school?
W：He has been there for about five years.
M：And when did he go there?
W：He went there when he was twenty-four.
Q：How old is the English teacher?
⒖ A：Mum, could you give me one yuan?
B：I gave you one yuan this morning. What did you do with it?
A：I gave it to the poor old lady who was selling ice creams at the gate.
Q：What did the boy do with the money?
A taxi came round a corner and a car ran into it. A window broke and a wheel came off. Mr. Brown fell and hit his head on the door. The car did not come to a stop. It drove away. A policeman shouted, but the car did not stop.
Mr. Brown got out of the taxi. The policeman spoke to Mr. Brown and to the taxi driver. He was very angry. He wrote the number of the car in his little black book. The taxi driver was angry, too. He shouted and waved his hands.
The policeman asked many questions. Then Mr. Brown walked to his bank. There he sat on a chair and had a cup of tea. He did not work that morning.
CAEDB CABAC ACBCB BCACD
BADBB CCCAC AACDD
BADCB ADBBC TTFFT
luckily, mooncakes, spends, sound, foreigners, librarians, worried, best, themselves, dangerous
population, larger, turn, duty, happened, crowding, lock, leave, queue jumper
DACEB full, sir, Where, Sure / Certainly, too, carry, walk, course, kind / nice, pleasure
My mother is a nurse. She works in the People's Hospital of our county. She works very hard. She is very strict with herself in the work. So her workmates speak highly of her.
In 2003 she took part in the battle to fight against "SARS". She was away from home for more than one month. So I missed her very much, but I knew she was trying her best to protect us from "SARS" and she was doing an important thing.
I love my mother very much, and I am very proud of having such a great mother. I should learn the spirit of working hard and being strict in the work from her. When I grow up, I would like to be a person like my mother.