1.Tina went to the seaside on holiday. (改为一般疑问句)

____ Tina ___ to the seaside on holiday?

2.They spent two days in Disneyland. (就划线部分提问)

____ ____ ____ they spend in Disneyland?

3.Our school had a sports meeting last Thursday. (就划线部分提问)

____ ____ your school ___ last Thursday?

4.My uncle reached the airport at about five o’clock this afternoon. (改为同义句)

My uncle ____ ____ the airport at about five o’clock this afternoon.

5.David bought something for his grandmother yesterday afternoon. (改为否定句)

David ____ ____ ____ for his grandmother yesterday afternoon.


Bill:Hi, Kate, 1.

Kate:What news?


Kate:Who is he?

Bill:Not he, but she, a lady with long hair.

Kate:You mean Miss White. She’s my English teacher too.3.

Bill:I like the way she speaks English. And 4.

Kate:I think so. But I like her voice better than the way she speaks. Her voice is very nice to listen to.

Bill:5.. She’s a good teacher.

A.I have some good news to tell you.

B.I agree with you.

C.A visitor will come to our school.

D.A new English teacher gave me an English lesson today

E.How do you like her?

F.I see.

G.Her lesson was very interesting



1.I hope you’re ______. (good)

2.My mother ______(buy) some books for me yesterday.

3.Miss Han often did some ______(shop) in the evening.

4.What ______ you _____(do) just now?

5.He runs much _____(fast) than Tom.

6.What is the ______(big) animal in the world?

7.We had an _________(interest) holiday in America last year.

8.Jim is good at _______(study) English.

9.Hong Kong is a ________(busy) city than Tianjin.

10.He _______(see) a film tomorrow with me.


Mr Baker was a young worker in a watch factory. (1) It took him two hours to walk to the factory from his home__so he had to take a bus to work. But he never carried any money or coins with him, because his friend, Mike took him to his factory, and at about five in the afternoon took him back home.

One day, it was 5:30 in the afternoon. Mr Baker was waiting at the bus stop near his factory, but he couldn’t see Mike’s bus. He waited and waited. It was 6:30, but Mike’s bus didn’t come. (2) Mr Baker waited another half an hour, but he still couldn’t see the bus__

“My God,” Mr Baker said to himself. “Tomorrow I will carry some money with me.” (3) He had to go back home on foot.


1.Mr Baker usually went to work ____.

2.From the story we know that Mr Baker would carry ____ the next day.









Father’s Day has a very short history. It was started because there was a Mother’s Day, and just because some American thought that if we had a Mother’s Day, we should also have a Father’s Day. Father’s Day has become important in North America. And businesses found it was a good way to get people to buy a present for their father, a present from their shops.

By the way, very few countries have a Father’s Day, though some have a Children’s Day, or a special day for boys and another for girls. More and more countries are having Mother’s Day, so maybe Father’s Day will also become popular before too long. Now, what do people in North America do on Father’s Day? The newspapers, radios, and TV tell children what they should do---- buy, buy, buy, buy, buy a Father’s Day present for your father. They even tell a wife to buy, buy, buy, and buy a Father’s Day present---- not for her father but for her husband, even if he is not yet a father. And they tell grandchildren to buy, buy, buy, and buy a Father’s Day present for their grandfathers.

The important thing to remember about Father’s Day is that American Children can show their love to their fathers in a more open way.

1.Father’s Day was started just because____.

A. there was a Mother’s Day

B. there was a Children’s Day

C. businesses wanted to get a lot of money

D. people liked their fathers very much

2.The word “special” in the second paragraph means_____.

A. great    B. nice    C. useful    D. not usual

3.In America, people have a Father’s Day to ____.

A. buy some presents for their fathers

B. help their fathers do something

C. let their fathers have a good rest

D. show their love for their fathers

4.On Father’s Day, businesses always want ____.

A. people to buy as many as presents

B. children to buy presents only for their fathers

C. women to buy presents only for their husbands

D. only to buy presents only for their presents.

5.It can be learned from the passage that___.

A. the writer is against Father’s Day

B. many countries have a Father’s Day.

C. businesses can get more money on Father’s Day

D. father’s Day will become more important than Mother’s Day


Like schools in China, American schools begin in September after a long summer vacation. The first term is from September to January and the second is from February to June. Usually American children begin to go to school when five years old. Most students are seventeen or eighteen years old when they finish high school.

But unlike middle school students in China, high school students in America take only four or five subjects each term. They usually go to the same classes every day and have homework for every class. After class they do all kinds of interesting things.

After high school, many students go to college. They may go to a small or a large one. They usually have to pay a lot for their higher education. So lots of students work after school to make money for their studies.

1.In America, summer vacation lasts(持续) _____.

A. one month    B. two months

C. three months    D. more than three months

2.Students only stay at school for about ___ years before they go to college.

A. five    B. six    C. twelve    D. fourteen

3.The word “college” means ____ in Chinese.

A. 大学    B. 公司    C. 研究院    D. 工厂

4.Many American students work after class, because they___.

A. want to see interesting things    B. have to help the other people

C. want to make more friends    D. have to get money for their studies

5.The article is mainly about ______.

A. the difference between schools in China and in America

B. schools in China

C. schools in America

D. America students’ school life



Train No.



Departure Time

Arrival Time


















1.The train from Beijing to Shenyang leaves at         .

A. 5:05    B. 6:35    C. 8:35    D. 17:50

2.We have to spend      on the train if we go to Shenyang from Beijing.

A. 17 hours and 50 minutes

B. 24 hours and 25 minutes

C. 6 hours and 35 minutes

D. 11 hours and 15 minutes

3.If you want to go to Chengdu from Taiyuan, you can take the   train.

A. No.11    B. No.185    C. No.186    D. No. 271

4.The No.186 train arrives in Taiyuan at      .

A. 10:50 a. m    B. 10:50 p. m

C. 5:05 a. m    D. 5:05 p. m

5.It takes     from Tianjin to Beijing by train.

A. about two hours    B. half an hour

C. about an hour    D. more than two hours


What do you do at the weekend? Some people like to _____ at home, but others like to go ____ a walk or play football. My friend Jack works hard in a factory during(在期间) the ______. At the weekend, he always _______ the same thing. On Saturday he ______ his car and on _______ he goes with his family to a village by car. His uncle and aunt have a farm there. It isn’t a ______ one but there is always ______ to do on the farm. The children help with the animals and give them their ______ Jack and his wife help in the fields. At the end of the day, they are all ______ and Jack’s aunt gives them a big meal.

1.A. play    B. live    C. stay    D. enjoy

2.A. to    B. for    C. in    D. at

3.A. day    B. time    C. autumn    D. week

4.A. does    B. makes    C. borrows    D. has

5.A. watches    B. drives    C. sells    D. washes

6.A. Monday    B. Sunday    C. Saturday    D. Wednesday

7.A. small    B. big    C. hard    D. short

8.A. much    B. little    C. fast    D. far

9.A. clothes    B. places    C. food    D. water

10.A. clean    B. late    C. hungry    D. friendly


I bought ____ for my parents but I didn’t buy ____ for my son.

A. something, something    B. something, anything    C. anything, anything    D. anything, something


—What’s wrong with you?

—I don’t feel ____. I think I must be ill.

A. good    B. nice    C. better    D. well


---Sorry, I can’t work out this problem.

---Try again, please. It’s only ______ difficult.

A. a bit    B. a lot    C. very    D. much too


—What does your English teacher look like?


A. She likes reading    B. She’s tall and thin    C. She’s thirty    D. She’s very good


The tallest student ___ the school basketball team is also goo at ____ tennis.

A. in, play    B. at, playing    C. in, playing    D. at, play


____ people ____ the Olympic Games on TV.

A. Two millions of, watch    B. Two millions, watch    C. Million of, watched    D. Millions of, watched


—Would you like to ____ the newspaper with me?

—Yes, I’d love to.

A. read    B. watch    C. see    D. look


____ weekends, she works ____ a part-time shop assistant.

A. On, like    B. In, as    C. On, as    D. In, like


It ____ us 30 minutes to get to the cinema.

A. spend    B. took    C. spent    D. eat


Be ____, Ann! Mum is sleeping.

A. quite    B. quiet    C. quick    D. noisy


My favorite singer/writer is      

结合课本知识,以“My favorite singer/writer is       ”写一篇有关某位歌手或作家的短文。






1.Tom wants to ______ to a teacher. (结婚)

2.Deng Ziqi has a ______ and she sings very well. (好声音)

3.He kept calm ______ great difficulties. (面对)

4.______, or you will be late. (赶快)

5.How does the ______ make you feel? (流行歌曲)



1.I can’t stop ______ (laugh) when I see that girl.

2.Many ______ (tour) go to France in summer.

3.If she ______ (come), she’ll bring me a dictionary.

4.Jim has lunch ______ (quick) and then goes to school.

5.England and America are ______ (west) countries.


When you are in England, you must be very careful in the street because the traffic drives on the left. Before you cross a street, you must look to the right first and then the left. If the traffic lights are red, the traffic must stop. 1. If the traffic lights are green, 2. The people on foot must not cross. In the morning and in the evening when people go to or come back from work, the streets are very busy.

3. Always remember the traffic moves on the left. So you must be careful. 4. In many English cities, there are big buses with two floors. You can sit on the second floor. From there you can see the city well. 5.


A.The traffic can go.

B.There is no need for you to look around.

C.Have a look first or you will go the wrong way.

D.When you go by bus in England, You have to be careful, too.

E.It is very interesting.

F.The people on foot can cross the road carefully.

G.It is really strange.











When you are feeling unhappy or forget how great you are, these are six ways to make you feel good about yourself.

Look in the mirror and say to yourself, “I am a special person and there’s no one in the world like me. I can do anything!” It may not sound so good, but it really works!

●Do something nice for someone. Helping others always makes you feel good.

●Smile! Be friendly to people you meet. Look for the good things in your friends and family.

●Learn something new! Have you always wanted to decorate (装扮) your own room or learn how to swim? Go for it! New challenges are fun and give you a sense of accomplishment when you have finished.

●Read and start a diary. Turn off the TV and let your imagination (想象力)  fly! Write down your ideas, dream or anything you want! Writing always helps to express your feelings.

●Stay with your family. We all need our family time. Talk with your mum or dad or maybe even your cousin.

1.The passage may be taken from _____.

A. a science book    B. a story book    C. a magazine    D. school rules

2.According to the passage, when you are helping others, you will _____.

A. be special    B. feel nice    C. be successful    D. be remembered

3.What do the underlined words “a sense of accomplishment” mean?

A. 成就感    B. 忧伤感    C. 挫折感    D. 信任感

4.Which of the following should you say “NO” to when you are unhappy?

A. Learn something new and go for it.

B. Keep a diary to express your feeling

C. Stay alone at home as much as possible.

D. You should always look for the good things of others.

5.The best title for the passage is “_____”.

A. Do your best    B. Always smile to your life

C. It’s never too late to learn    D. Six ways to feel good about yourself


Jim, with his father, goes to see his grandfather. In the train Jim often puts his head out of the window. His father says, “Jim! Don’t put your head out of the window!” But Jim goes on putting his head out of the window.

So his father takes Jim’s cap quietly (悄悄地), hides () it behind his back and says, “You see your cap is gone.” Jim is afraid.

His father says, “Well, whistle (吹口哨) once. Maybe your cap will come back.” Jim whistles. His father puts quickly the cap on Jim’s head.

Oh! It is wonderful. Jim laughs. He quickly takes his father’s cap and throws () it out of the window. “Now it is your turn to whistle, Dad!” He says happily.


1.Jim and his father go to see his grandfather by bus.

2.Jim’s father tells Jim not to put his head out of the window.

3.Jim’s father takes Jim’s cap and hides it behind his back.

4.Jim doesn’t want to have his cap back.

5.Jim takes his father’s cap and throws it out of the window.


Mr. Black was over fifty years old. He sometimes made some mistakes in his work, and he lost his work. So he had____time every day to do something. Then he often met his old friends under a big tree. They had drinks there and____anything they liked.

One day, some old men were sitting together again and talking about young people in this world. They all agreed that the old people were____than young people. Then one of the old____said that young men were stronger than old men.

____of them agreed that this was true,____Mr. Black didn’t. He said, “No. I am as strong now as when I was a young man.” His friends were surprised____what he said.

“Well,” said Mr. Black, “Near my house there is a big stone. When I was a young man, I used____to move it, but I couldn’t because I was not____I am an old man now, and when I try to move it, I still____So, I am as strong as when I was young.”

1.A. many    B. a lot    C. lots of    D. lot

2.A. talked for    B. talked to    C. talked with    D. talked about

3.A. clever    B. cleverer    C. cleverest    D. a clever

4.A. man    B. woman    C. men    D. women

5.A. All    B. None    C. Both    D. Neither

6.A. so    B. or    C. and    D. but

7.A. at    B. to    C. of    D. on

8.A. trying    B. try    C. to try    D. to trying

9.A. strong enough    B. enough strong    C. weak enough    D. enough weak

10.A. can    B. can’t    C. could    D. couldn’t


—Do you think it will be cool tomorrow?

      .It has been hot for a week.

A. I hope so    B. I’m afraid so    C. So it is    D. Of course not


      is the population of your hometown?

—I’m not sure. Maybe five million.

A. How many    B. How much    C. What    D. How about


Yesterday, on my way to school, I saw a girl       sadly.

A. cries    B. crying    C. cried    D. to cry


—Have you cleaned the room       ?

—Yes, I have. I have       cleaned it up.

A. already; already    B. yet; yet    C. already; yet    D. yet; already


--- Will you carry the box for me, please?

--- Sure, ______.

A. no good    B. no problem

C. no idea    D. no way


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