16. Shenzhen is on coast near Hong Kong. It was small village many years ago.
A. a; the B. the; a C./;/ D. the; the
17. My father is a worker. is very kind.
A. He B. She C. His D. It
18. Just walk down this road and you’ll see the museum ________ your right.
A. on B. in C. at D. by
19.﹣Henry，have you seen the English book on the ______desk？If you see it，please take it to the ______office．
A. teachers'；teachers' B. teacher's；teachers' C. teacher's； teacher's D. teachers’; teacher’s
20. —The boys are talking about the football match .
—Yes. They have so many fun things to share.
A. easily B. happily C. sadly D. angrily
21. I football quite well, but I haven't had time to play since the new year.
A. will play B. have played C. played D. play
22. –Can you guess ______?
--The south. She prefers rice to noodles.
A. how old she is B. what she does C. where she’s from D. who she is
23. –Life is becoming convenient with the Internet.
--That’s true! Almost everything ______ be done online.
A. must B. would C. should D. can
24. —How old is your son?
—_________. We had a special party for his _________ birthday yesterday.
A .Nine, nine B. Ninth, nine C. Nine, the ninth D. Nine, ninth
25. —Millie, ________ do you take the course in DIY?
—Every Saturday afternoon.
A. how long B. how far C. how much D. how often
26. John the TV and helped his mother with the housework.
A. turned off B. heard from C. joined in D. looked after
27. Robert is_____ so that he even has no time to stay with his children at weekends.
A. busy B. smart C. serious D. pleased
28. Vivian refuses ______ her children to the weekend training centre for extra classes.
A. to send B. sending C. sent D. sends
29. Daniel has tried to lose _______ by eating less recently, but two kilos has been put on instead.
A. weight B. weights C. height D. heights
30. ---I’m afraid I can’t do well in the game.
---_____. It’s just for fun.
A. Sounds good B. What a pity C. Thank you D. Take it easy
More than anything else in the world, Lion liked being King of the jungle. He walked all around, showing off his power and pride.
Each day, Lion took a long, lazy sleep under the shade of his favorite tree. He always
dreamed of weaker animals bowing before him.
One day, Mouse ran through the jungle and tripped over Lion’s huge paws. “How dare you wake me up!” he shouted angrily. Lion grabbed（抓住）Mouse with one paw. “I’m hungry now, and you’ll be my delicious meal.” he said.
Mouse cried out, “King Lion, please spare（饶恕）me! If you let me live, I will always remember your kindness. And some day, I might be able to help you.”
“How could such a powerless little mouse ever help me?” That thought made Lion laugh so much that he decided to let Mouse go. A week later, Lion was walking through the jungle on the way to his favorite tree when he stepped onto a hunter’s net. The net scooped（勾）him up. No matter how he twisted and turned, he couldn’t escape.
When Mouse heard Lion’s frightened shouts, he ran to help. Mouse quickly chewed（咬） through the ropes to make a hole in the net. Soon, Lion moved out and was free. Lion looked down at the little mouse. “Thank you for saving my life.” said Lion, smiling his widest smile. “I was wrong. You are not a powerless little mouse. You are a great friend!”
31. Lion liked being King of the jungle best.
32. One day, Lion grabbed Mouse with his two huge paws.
33.Mouse said he could help Lion when Lion was in trouble.
34.A week later, Mouse was scooped up by a hunter’s net again.
35.Mouse became Lion’s friend at last.
Kaitlin Riffel’s dream to end poverty(贫困) started when she was visiting her father, who worked for the homeless.
“I never realized there were people in the world who didn’t have a home or food before,” said Kaitlin, who is now sixteen. “I knew there was something I had to do about that.”
At age eight, she started raising money to build a playground. "It took me two years," Kaitlin said. "We started small. We wanted to do something to make a difference.”
In 2014, When Kaitlin was thirteen, she visited Central America, and saw people going hungry and families living in houses made of cardboard. That year, we set Kids on a Mission, which has helped hundreds of people there.
“The rooms were smaller than my bedroom, but there would be eight people living in each one," Kaitlin said. “We also got to see the dirty rivers that those people were drinking out of.”
Providing clean drinking water, food and clothes for people living in poverty is now an important task for Kids on a Mission. “This young lady is changing the hearts of people, and also changing the world," said the headmaster of Kaitlin's school.
36. The job of Kaitlin's father was to__________
A. sell foods B. build playgrounds
C. visit schools D. help homeless people
37. When did Kaitlin set Kids on a Mission?
A. In 2009. B. In 2011. C. In 2014. D. In 2017.
38. What was people's life like in Central America according to Kaitlin?
A. They lived in strong houses. B. Their drinking water was dirty.
C. Their bedrooms were very big. D. They had enough food and clothes.
39. What can we infer from the headmaster's words?
A. Kaitlin is always ready to give and help.
B. Kaitlin has many chances to travel around.
C. Kaitlin often changes schools for her study.
D. Kaitlin has a serious problem with her heart.
40. What might be the best title for the text?
A. School life in America B. Gift from a headmaster
C. Father’s duty in the family D. Girl's dream to end poverty
A. books B. Internet C. true D. provides E. zoo F. create
John Allen, an American scientist once said, “The (41) is the world’s largest library, but all the (42) in it are on the floor!” What he meant is that the Internet is full of information. But it can be difficult to find what you really need. The Internet has another disadvantage. That is--anyone can (43) a website, so you can find websites about whatever you can imagine. Unfortunately, a lot of what is written on them is not always (44) .
At the same time, the Internet (45) ?many other things for people.
A. surfing B. cheap C. expensive D. people E. depend on F. hate
On some websites, you can download music and films. They are usually (46) and some are even free. On some other websites, you can connect with (47) from all over the world. It’s true that the Internet has changed the way we work and communicate. But we should not (48) it too much. Some people are also afraid that (49) the Internet has taken the place of other healthier activities, especially for young people.
Whether you love it or (50) it, though, you’d better get used to it but not avoid getting in touch with it.
In the city of Guiyang, China, lives a girl named Li Fang. When she was a teenager, she
dreamed of going to the United States. 51 “I had a picture of the daddy sitting in the living room, the mommy doing some cooHng and their kids playing games on the floor.”
Li Fang decided to go to college in California. When she arrived, however, it was not the
dream world she had imagined. "People were struggling with problems and often seemed
unhappy and too busy," she said.“ 52 ”
One of her most difficult classes was P.E. When the class played volleyball, the other
students were good at it. but she wasn’t. One afternoon, the P.E. teacher had Li Fang hit the ball
to her teammates so that they could knock it over the net. It was not a big deal for most people,
but it made Li Fang scared. 53___
A young man on her team seemed to understand what she was going through. He walked up
to her and whispered(小声说)，“ 54 ”
Li Fang said, e’You will never understand how those words of encouragement made me feel.
Four words: You can do that. I felt like crying with happiness." Perhaps she thanked the young
man; she can’t remember it.
Six years has passed. Li Fang is back in China, working as a salesclerk. “I have never
forgotten the words. 55 ” She said,“I am sure the young man had no idea how much his
kindness meant to me. He probably doesn’t even remember it. From this experience, I have
learned a lesson. Whenever you say something to a person-cruel or kind-you have no idea
how long the words will stay with them.” She is back in China. But still she hears those four
simple words: You can do that.
根据短文内容, 从方框中选出五个句子填入文中空缺处, 使短文内容完整正确.
How many foreign students? Here are (56) foreign students and 2 teachers.
What do they want to have? They want to have a (57) trip during summer vacation.
Who do they need? They also need a (58) who speaks English and knows the Palace Museum well.
What do they need to try? They want to try some Chinese traditional (59) .
If you have any information, please either e-mail me or (60) me at 077-45007.
56. 57. 58. 59. 60.__________
61. I think nothing else in the world is more _________ (value) than love.
62. Don’t depend on luck in doing anything, or you will (success) in nothing.
63. The young couple like kids very much and plan to have a________ (two) baby.
64. Tom has collected pictures of all kinds of ___________ (butterfly).
65. Nowadays many people only go back to their hometowns once or ________ (two) a year.
66. It’s very important to teach the children about road __________ (safe).
67. The higher the mountain is, the __________ (thin) the air is.
68. Lily writes as __________(careful) as Lucy does.
It’s four o’clock in the afternoon. Some students 69 (talk) about the future. Here is one of their predictions.
I believe we will be able to live in the space. There 70 (be) many big clean hotels in the space. We can fly our rockets to the space hotel there. And also we 71 (play) sports and enjoy all kinds of interesting food in the sky. — John
Lisa Hawkins loves riding her BMX bike （极限单车） and her dream is to go to the Olympics. Lisa first got interested in BMX racing at the age of ten. Once she hired(租) a bike for a pound and immediately 72 (fall) in love with the sport. “It was the best pound I ever spent,” she says. Lisa is only 16 but she 73 (already have) lots of success, and got first prize in a world BMX competition last year. BMX racing is quite a dangerous sport. But this didn’t keep her from 74 (want) to do more competition. Lisa exercises every day. Like many sports people, she 75 (believe) in luck as well as hard work.
What’s in a Name?
Many American names come from England. But where did most English names come from?
Centuries ago, most people in England had only one name-- their first name. In the 11th century, five or six of the 50 people in a village might be named William, and it was easy to get confused. But in the Middle Ages, people found a way to describe each person exactly. If there were four Williams in one village, one might be referred to as William the son of John. A second might be called William from the hill. A third,William the blacksmith（铁匠）. And a fourth, William the brown haired. In conversation, people might refer to the four Williams as William John’s son, William hill, William smith, and William brown.
It was 300 or 400 years before the extra （ 附加的） names gradually developed into last names, or surnames. They were passed on from generation to generation. By the 1300s, Robert, the son of William smith, had the name Robert smith, even if he was not a blacksmith like his father. As the last name became widely accepted, the first letter was capitalized, as in Robert Smith. By the 15th century, most people of the upper and middle classes had surnames.
Many surnames were based on father-son relations. The “son of” part was added to the father’s first name, like Johnson, meaning John’s son. Sometimes it was shortened to just “s”, as in Jones or Evans.Surnames like Hill described the place where a person lived. They are the most common type of surname. A third kind of surname was based on a person’s job. Forester was someone who looked after the forest. In the Middle Ages, occupation names such as Baker, Carpenter, and Miller became common. The fourth kind of surname was nickname（绰号）. A man whose surname was Bear might be as fierce as a bear.
Have you ever wondered why some surnames are so common? The most common surname in the English language is Smith. Being able to make metals（金属）into tools was an important skill in the Middle Ages, and many people were trained as blacksmiths. The most common American surnames are Smith, Johnson, William and Brown.
76. Where do many American names come from?
77. When did people find a way to describe each person exactly?
78. How long did it take for extra names to develop into last names?
79. What is the fourth paragraph mainly about?
80. Why were many people trained blacksmith in the Middle Ages?
某英文杂志中学生专栏正在征集“二孩政策”放开后孩子们的意见。你们班就“Do you agree that your parents have a second child?”这一话题，展开了一次讨论。请你根据下表提示写一篇短文，向该杂志社投稿，介绍讨论的情况。
观点 赞成 反对
Do you agree that your parents have a second child? Different students have different
opinions about it. ________________________________________________________________
1-5 BADCE 6-10 BCABC 11-15 ABABA 16-20 AAABB
21-25 DCDDD 26-30 AAAAD 31-35 ABABA 36-40 DCBAD
41-45 BAFCD 46-50 BDEAF 51-55 FAEBD
四、56. 32 / thirty-two 57. wonderful 58. guide 59. food 60. Call
五、61.valuable 62.succeed 63.second 64.butterflies 65.twice 66.safety 67.thinner 68.carefully
六、69. are talking 70. will be 71. can play 72. fell 73. has had 74. wanting 75. believes
77.In the middle ages.
78.300 or 400 years.
79.Many surnames were based on father-son relations.
80.Because being able to make metals into tools was an important sill in the Middle Ages.
八、 Do you agree that your parents have a second child? Different students have different
opinions about it，
Some students agree with the idea. They think, if so, they won't feel lonely and there will
always be someone to play with. Besides, if their parents get old or ill, they can take turns to look after them. However, some students disagree. They worry that they will get less love from their
parents if another child comes to the family. What's worse, they may not get along well, or even
fight against each other.
As for me, I'd love to have a brother or sister as company, so that we can share our happiness and sorrow any time.
1. Mike is good at playing soccer. He is the best player in our soccer team.
2. Look at the sign, Dad. Don’t drive after drinking.
3. She won a prize when she was 17 years old.
4. The weather is so good. Let’s go out to fly a kite.
5. Please turn off the light when you leave a room.
6. W: What do you want to be when you grow up, Bob?
M: I want to be an engineer.
Q: What does Bob want to be when he grows up?
7. W: Hi, David. Can you come to my party on Sunday?
M: Sorry, I’m afraid I can’t. I have a piano lesson.
Q: Why can’t David go to the party on Sunday?
8. M: Do you like drinking milk, Mary?
W: No, I never drink milk. But I drink juice every day.
Q: How often does Mary drink milk?
9. M: Linda, it is cloudy in Beijing. How is the weather in Shanghai?
W: It’s raining hard.
Q: How is the weather in Shanghai?
10. M: Can I help you?
W: Yes. I’m looking for a scarf for my mother.
M: How about this one? It looks beautiful.
W: OK, I’ll take it.
Q: Where are they talking?
Curly is my black dog. He is big and strong. He likes running and playing with me. Sometimes he also follows my father.
One day my father took off his coat and put it on the ground under a big tree. Curly stood there and looked at him. My father said, “Watch my coat, Curly.”
Curly sat down on the coat. Later my father remembered he had to cook dinner for the family. So he went home and forgot all about his coat and the dog.
Later in the evening, I missed my dog and looked for him everywhere in my house. I called, “Curly, Curly!” But Curly did not come.
Soon my father wanted something that was in his coat. Then he remembered what he had done. Quickly he went back to the tree. What do you think he saw? Curly was still sitting on the coat!
I’d like you to organize a trip to the Palace Museum for us. Here are thirty-two foreign students and two teachers from Beijing No. 4 Middle School. They want to have a wonderful trip during summer vacation. I hope you can have a bus to take us to the Palace Museum and then bring us back to the school. We also need a guide who speaks English and knows the Palace Museum well. We hope to live near the Palace Museum, and these foreign students want to try some Chinese traditional food. Please tell me how much each of us to pay as soon as possible. If you have any information, please either e-mail me or call me at 077-45007. I’m looking forward to your early reply.
A. I felt very lonely.
B. Come on. You can do that.
C. Don’t worry, I can help you.
D. When things are not going well, I think of them.
E. She was afraid of failing and being laughed at by others.
F. Most of what she knew about ~nerican life was from textbooks.
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