根据括号中所给的汉语写出单词使句子意思完整正确

1.Who does the    (烹饪) in your house?

2.We’ve got a    (多余的) room. You can stay overnight with us.

3.The blind girl is reading a special book with letters she can    (触摸).

4.A boy is standing there with his back    (紧靠) the wall.

5.I dream of becoming a    (作家) when I grow up.

 

Weekday mornings are very busy for US middle school students. People are running into each other, shouting across the house, knocking on the bathroom door and always, always running late. When you’re late for the carpool, though, you also make everyone else late.

When your school doesn’t have a bus, and you live too far away to walk, you need a carpool. A carpool is a group of people sharing the responsibility (责任) of driving their kids to school in the morning. There are usually four or five kids in a carpool and their parents take turns to drive the kids in their cars. Someone’s car smells like wet dogs. Some kids get to eat desserts (甜点) for breakfast and some parents shout so much that all you try to do is to stay

quiet and go unnoticed. When your mum or dad drives the carpool, your classmates get a close- up look at how strange your parents can be. It might be your first sociological (社会学的) study and your first time to work with others.Teamwork is really important in the carpool because nobody wants to make everyone else late. It’s a great lesson in responsibility. Imagine (想象) sitting in the car outside of a classmate’s house, watching the watch and counting the seconds. Then you start to understand how your carpool friends might feel when you are still inside the house at 7:48. You really begin to learn all your real life lessons just moments before the start of school—in the carpool.

1.What is a carpool?

A. Kids go to school in their parents’ cars.

B. Parents take turns to drive their kids to school.

C. Parents drive their kids to school on their way to work.

D. Kids drive their own cars to school.

2.How many kids are usually in a carpool?

A. Two or three.    B. Three or four.    C. Four or five.    D. Five or six.

3.What can kids learn from a carpool?

A. How to drive a car.    B. How to get along with others.

C. The importance of good habits.    D. Real teamwork.

4.Which of the following statements is true according to the passage?

A. Kids living far away are always late for school.

B. Kids enjoy carpooling better than taking a school bus.

C. Kids can learn real life lessons in a carpool.

D. Kids often have enough time to finish their homework in a carpool.

5.When in a carpool at the beginning, kids may feel    .

A. worried    B. excited    C. surprised    D. sad

 

Coke arrived at a lonely house, but he didn’t go into the room. He listened for a moment but he could not hear anything at all. “Why is it so quiet? Are the police waiting for me in there?” he asked himself. He went to the front door and pushed it. To his surprise, it was open! He went in very quietly. The room was clean, small and very warm.

Suddenly Coke froze. There was someone else in the room. He could feel it! He turned around quickly and, at the same time, put his hand on his pocket. There was a small knife there. He saw an old woman. She had a dish in her hands and there was a sweet smell of meat and vegetables. She did not look afraid. She did not even look surprised.

“I’m sorry,” She said, and put the dish down on the table. Coke could hardly believe his ears. Here he was, a stranger in her house and yet she said she was sorry!

“I’m sorry,” she said again. “I didn’t hear you. People often come to the door and knock, but I don’t hear them. I’m glad you came in.”

1.When Coke reached the house, he didn’t go into it at once because    .

A. there must be a woman    B. it was dark inside the house

C. there might be some danger    D. he could hear nothing

2.What can we know from the underlined sentence?

A. It was very cold in the house.    B. Coke was frightened.

C. Coke’s mother was at home.    D. Coke found himself in the wrong house.

3.What is true of the old woman?

A. She was Coke’s aunt.    B. She was very rich.

C. She was too weak to close the door.    D. She couldn’t hear anything.

4.Why did the woman say she was sorry?

A. Because she thought she didn’t hear Coke knock at the door.

B. Because she couldn’t remember what was Coke’s name.

C. Because she hadn’t prepared dinner yet.

D. Because she had so little food for the dinner.

5.Coke must be    .

A. wanted by the police    B. lost in a mountain

C. a businessman    D. a sportsman

 

I have been reading Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White. In this book, Fern lives on a farm. At the start of the book, a piglet (小猪) has recently been born. He is very small. Fern’s father is going to kill him. But Fern saves the piglet. She calls him Wilbur and feeds him. When he is big

enough, Wilbur goes to live in a barn (谷仓) that belongs to Fern’s uncle. In the barn, Wilbur makes a friend called Charlotte. She is a spider (蜘蛛). Wilbur finds out that Fern’s uncle is going to kill him for meat. Wilbur asks Charlotte for help. Charlotte helps by writing words in her web so that people will think Wilbur is a special pig.

My favourite part of the book is when Wilbur has gone to the fair. The family have been  at the fair too. They have helped Wilbur to get ready for a competition, but now they have gone home. Wilbur is nervous and Charlotte is working on a new web. This is an exciting part of the book. The best character is Templeton, the rat. He is funny. I also like the geese. I think the writer makes them seem real.

I really enjoyed reading this book. It is a nice story but the ending is a bit sad.

1.What is the passage mainly about?

A. helpful spider called Charlotte.

B. A book about the friendship between a piglet and a spider.

C. A clever and funny rat called Templeton.

D. A competition that makes Wilbur very nervous.

2.Who is the writer of the book?

A. E. B. White.     B. Fern.    C. Charlotte.    D. Wilbur.

3.Which is the best character according to the passage?

A. Wilbur.    B. Charlotte.    C. Templeton.    D. Fern.

4.Which animal doesn’t the writer mention?

A. A pig.    B. A spider.    C. A goose.    D. A duck.

5.Which of the following statements is true according to the passage?

A. Fern wants to kill Charlotte for meat.

B. Charlotte helps Wilbur and stops Fern’s uncle from killing him.

C. ilbur writes words in Charlotte’s web to call for help.

D. Charlotte helps Wilbur win the competition.

 

Mr Guppy was a very large man. Life was not easy for him. He could not find clothes big enough for him. His__________were too large for most shoes. In buses, trains and planes, he could not stand up straight. The roofs were too__________. In fact, wherever he went and whatever he did, Mr Guppy had______________because of his size. These problems were so bad that Mr Guppy__________at home most of time. Life was easier at home. Then one day, a friend said, “You spend too much time at home. You__________go out more. There’s a good movie at the theatre.”

“I can’t sit in any seat there,” Mr Guppy said. “I’m__________big.”

“That’s not a problem,” his friend said. “I’ll buy you two tickets. You can____them at the theatre before the film starts.” After saying this, he telephoned the theatre and asked them to keep two tickets. He told them that he would send the money to them soon and that Mr Guppy would come for it.

When the day came, Mr Guppy__________his best clothes and went to the theatre. “You have two tickets for me,” he said to the__________in the ticket office. “I’m Abbott Guppy.” “Oh, yes, Mr Guppy,” the woman said. “Here you are. Seats G4 and P12. I’m sorry that you and your friend can’t sit together ___the film is very popular.”Poor Mr Guppy! He gave a sad smile, walked out of the theatre and went home.

1.A. hands    B. feet    C. ears    D. eyes

2.A. low    B. high    C. large    D. small

3.A. experience    B. problems    C. relatives    D. confidence

4.A. left    B. trained    C. stayed    D. volunteered

5.A. must    B. would    C. should    D. need

6.A. ever    B. just    C. anyway    D. too

7.A. get    B. sell    C. touch    D. lift

8.A. opened up    B. dreamed of    C. put on    D. got used to

9.A. woman    B. man    C. girl    D. boy

10.A. until    B. whether    C. before    D. because

 

He    three books recently. How about you?

A. reads    B. has read    C. will read    D. is reading

 

I find it    play chess with you.

A. interesting to    B. interested to    C. is interested to    D. is interesting

 

Dad, can I go to the movies tonight?

Sure, but you       come back home before 9 o'clock.

A. can    B. must    C. may    D. might

 

Jack didn’t tell the truth but his mother        .

A. found it out    B. looked it up    C. found out it    D. looked up it

 

—Why are there so many books on the ground?

—Because I’m not tall enough    them on the shelf.

A. to put    B. to be put    C. putting    D. put

 

We can’t work out the Maths problem. Can you tell us    ?

A. how to do    B. what to do it    C. how to do it    D. what should to do

 

A new house    at the corner of the road now.

A. is building    B. is being built    C. been built    D. be building

 

—Why not watch the popular TV programme The Voice of China?

A. That sounds great.    B. Yes, we shall.

C. I’m busy. I have no time.    D. I’m afraid not.

 

—Have you written anything on Chinese traditional food so far?

—_  __, but I have a plan for it.

A. Ever since    B. Later on

C. Not yet    D. From now on

 

They decided ___________ after dinner.

A. have a broke    B. have a break

C. to have a broke    D. to have a break

 

—What does the word “fall” mean in American English?

    .

A. Spring    B. Summer    C. Autumn    D. Winter

 

I think the movie will be    overseas.

A. a great success    B. great success    C. a very success    D. greatly success

 

I    ten minutes to decide whether to go or not.

A. gave    B. was given    C. was giving    D. had given

 

They often take    walk after dinner.

A. a    B.     C. the    D. an

 

—Would you like me to help you with the homework?

—____________ . But I can manage it myself.

A. It doesn’t matter

B. The same to you

C. It’s very kind of you.

D. Take it easy

 

C

“Find a job you loveand you’ll never work a day in your life”Do you agree with this old sayingJoanne Gordon doesShe is the author of Be Happy at Work and other books about careers(职业)Gordon believes that about 30of employees(雇员)in North America do not like their jobsand she thinks that is terribleShe wants to help people who do not feel satisfied(满意)with their jobs find work that is good for themJoanne says“There are no happy jobsonly happy workers”She believes that happy workers share three main characteristics(特点)

Firsthappy workers enjoy the daily activities of their jobsand they look forward to the workdayTake Tony Hawkfor exampleAt age 14he became a professional skateboarderNow he is a businessman working on projects related to skateboarding—films and video gamesbut he still skates every dayHe once said“My youngest son’s preschool class was recently asked what their dads do for workMy son said‘I’ve never seen my dad do work’”Tony agrees that his job doesn’t look like workHe has found a way to spend each day doing a job he enjoys

Secondhappy workers like the people they work withSally Ayote says“I work with the coolest people in the world”She and her group cook for almost 1200 people in AntarcticaMost of these people are scientists who are doing researchSally loves to sit and talk with themShe says“There is no television hereno radioso I get to know the scientists and what they’re studying”Sally thinks she has a great joband the best part about it is the people

Thirdhappy workers know that their work helps othersCaroline Baron’s work helps people who have had to leave their home countries because of war or other dangersShe is a filmmaker who started an organization called FilmAidwhich shows movies in refugee(难民)camps around the worldCaroline believes that movies can be very helpful in these campsFor one thingentertaining movies let refugees forget their troubles for a little whileMovies can also teach important subjects like health and safetyFor examplein one campthousands of refugees saw a movie about how to get clean waterCaroline knows that she is helping other peopleand this makes her feel proud and happy about her work

Tony HawkSally Ayoteand Caroline Baron all get great satisfaction from their workTony Hawk says“Find the thing you loveIf you are doing what you lovethere is much more happiness there than being rich or famous”Joanne Gordon would agreeShe encourages people to find something they enjoy doingfind people they like to work withand find ways to help othersThen they can be proud of what they doand they will probably be happy at work

1.Who is the bookBe Happy at Workwritten for

AJoanne Gordon herself

BTony HawkSally Ayoteand Caroline Baron

CPeople who do not feel satisfied with their jobs

DThe workers who agree with the author’s ideas

2.Joanne Gordon believes that________

Adifficult jobs are terrible

Bthere are no happy jobsonly happy workers

Crich and famous people have much more happiness than workers

Donly about one third of the employees in North America like their jobs

3.Why did Tony Hawk’s son say“I’ve never seen my dad do work

ABecause Tony Hawk’s job doesn’t look like work

BBecause the best part about his job is to spend each day skating

CBecause Tony helps people forget their troubles while skating

DBecause Tony Hawk always finds something else he enjoys doing

4.Tony HawkSally Ayoteand Caroline Baron are good examples that show us________

Ahow to be a successful businessman

Bhow to help people in difficulties

Chow to get along with the coolest people

Dhow to become a happy worker

5.Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage

AThe author of Be Happy at Work thinks that happiness at work is really important

BThe writer of the passage tells us that many different kinds of work can be enjoyable

CSome people believe that only a few kinds of jobs can really make people feel happy

DJoanne Gordon believes that people will probably be happy at work when they are proud of what they do

 

二、选词填空。

 

know; lucky; proud; problem; good; decide; he; work; child; interest

Martin Murray is a school boy and he is fifteen years old. He used to be a “problem child”. He used to give his mother many 1. However, after his father’s death, Martin’s life became much more difficult. His mother couldn’t afford to pay for her 2. education. She had to work, and so was often not at home.

His mother tried her best to look after him. Unfortunately, Martin still caused trouble. He was not 3. in studying and he often got into trouble with the police. 4., his mother was very patient and didn’t give up trying to help him. In the end, she made a difficult 5. to send him to a boy’s boarding school. Martin hated it and caused a lot of trouble. One day, he told his teacher he wanted to leave the school. Even the teacher agreed that Martin was wasting his time.

The head teacher said it was necessary for Martin to talk with his mother. Martin called his mother, but to his surprise, this conversation changed his life. “It was exactly what I needed, he said. “I 6. how much my mother had given me. She also told me that even though my father was not with us, he was watching me and would always take 7. in everything good I do. That’s when I decided to change.”

Now Martin has really changed. He 8. hard and gets “A’s” in all subjects. He is now one of the 9. students in his class. His mother helps him to feel good about 10., and as he says, “It’s very important for parents to be there for their children.”

 

Susan had long blonde hair and big blue eyes. So did most of the other _____ in her school class, which troubled her a lot. “I look like everyone else! I’m not special! I’m bored!” Susan _____ to her mother.

She decided to try to make herself look _____. She painted big pink spots on her neck and when she didn't get attention, she stuck a long plastic nose on top of her real nose. Nobody noticed that, _____. She took ink (墨水)and poured it all over her _____ .She wore clown(小丑)clothes to school and stuck leaves in her ears. _____ no matter what she did, she still didn’t get any _____ and nobody thought she was special.

One morning her _____ went to wake her up and told her to get ready for school. She made Susan _____ the ink out of her hair and clean her neck. “I’m not going to school ______! I’m bored!” She buried (埋葬)her head ______ the quilt and cried.

“Susan, her mother said, “you are different. You are unique(独一无二)and special. ______ in the world looks just like you. Some people have blonde hair like you and some have blue eyes like you, but none of them has your smile or the twinkle in your eyes or your pink face. Nobody laughs like you, either. Now ______ and get ready for school.”

Susan went to school that day and looked at all the other kids in her class. “Mom was ______ .Nobody looks just like me,” Susan said. “I am special. I am unique and I am not ____!

1.A .children            B. boys            C. men            D. women

2.A. complained    B. listened    C. talked    D. spoke

3.A. beautiful    B. simple    C. different    D. happy

4.A. too    B. either            C also            D. neither

5.A. neck    B. nose            C .eyes            D. hair

6.A. Though    B. So    C. But    D. And

7.A. attention    B. help    C. prize    D. answer

8.A. father    B. mother    C. sister    D. brother

9.A. pull    B. wash    C. throw    D. turn

10.A. tomorrow    B. next week    C. next year    D. today

11.A. under    B. on    C. before    D. beside

12.A. Everybody    B. Somebody    C. Nobody    D. Anybody

13.A. get up    B. get off    C. put up    D. put off

14.A. wrong    B. right    C. special    D. common

15.A. moved    B. interested    C. tired    D. bored

 

---Can Sally play the piano?

---________. She thinks it is easy for her.

A. Yes, she does.    B. No, she doesn’t.    C. Yes, she can.    D. No, she can’t.

 

________ man with glasses is our new history teacher. We all like him.

A. A    B. An    C. /    D. the

 

写作(共1题,计15分)

随着手机功能日增多,越来越多的年轻人沉迷于手机娱乐活动,成为“手机控”一族。假定你某校学生,请根据以下提示写一篇短文,向某英文报投稿。谈谈你对该现象的看法和建议。

“手机控”的表现

沉迷于手机娱乐活动(聊天、看电影等),与朋友和家人的交流减少,离开手机会有焦虑等异常情绪表现……

“手机控”的危害

对健康不利,影响学习……

你的建议

……

参考词汇:手机控 a phone freak  焦虑 anxious (adj.) 沉迷于 be addicted to…

注意:1.内容须包括所提示信息,可适当发挥;

2.文中不得出现自己的真实姓名和学校名称;

3.90个单词左右。开头已经给出,不计入总词数。

Today, many people, especially young people, are phone freaks. They…

 

 

1.WeChat makes it more convenient for people to communicate with each other.

2.As you set out on your new journey, you shouldn’t forget where you came from.

3.我们每天花一个小时做作业。(It takes...to do...)

4.我发现听某些有趣的东西是语言学习的秘诀。(the secret to…)

5.我最大的挑战就是学习怎样在餐桌前表现。(how to…)

 

Bulling(欺凌) is doing things to hurt other people. It is a serious problem at school.

Miah, a 22-year-old girl, still 1.(remember) how she was bullied in junior high school. “They kicked me, put sticks in my hair and took money from me. Even worse, I 2.(make) to eat rubbish. I 3. (never forget) those moments.”

Miah is not the only case. I saw another bullying situation when I was a handicapped(智力低下的)girl every day —hitting, pushing and kicking her. They just enjoyed 4.(do) it. The girl didn’t realize that people 5.(hurt ) her, She couldn’t even tell the teacher . The situation lasted for a long time. Bulling at school is getting worse, so many people 6.(try)to start anti—bulling(反欺凌) program. Students in many schools have already taken actions. They 7.(create) anti—bullying clubs. Many students have joined the clubs. They work with teachers to show students how to stop bullying. Some other programs have joined the clubs. They work with teachers to show students how to stop bullying .Some other programs have proved to be successful, too.

In Wales, two girls 8.(come) up with an idea to stop bullying on the school bus.

They created a bus pass (乘车证) and made four rules foe students :no bullying ,no swearing (骂脏话),no smoking and no shouting .Whenever a student broke a rule, he would get a mark on his pass. When a student had four marks, he 9.(not allow) to take the bus anymore. The bus pass idea worked .It 10.(stop) bullying on the bus.

 

 

1.Many students have come to realize the ________(重要性)of learning English.。

2.As we all know,the Silk Road connected China to the west in ________(古代的)times

3.Early in the ________ (二十)century,two famous scientists developed their personal ideas about dreams.

4.We’re still ______________ (影响) by Confucius’ thoughts

5.he Dragon Boat Festival is one of the ________(传统的)festivals in China. People usually eat rice dumplings on that day.

 

science   divide  wide  invent  pronounce

1.The Internet is becoming more and more important . It is _______used in the world.

2.Could you please tell us the fourth great __________of China?

3.My English __________ is not good, so I can’t speak English well.

4.All the students are __________into four teams to finish the work.

5.Tu Youyou was a woman ______________who won the Nobel Prize of Medicine in 2015.

 

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