—Is this _________ ruler?
—No. ________ is over there.
A. her; Her B. hers; Hers
C. her; Hers D. hers; Her
As your pen friend, I’d like to share my experience in school life with you.
I hope you will enjoy your new school life.
任务型阅读，仔细阅读下列短文，从A、B、C、D中找出恰当的选项填入第 1-4 题的空白处，并回答第5 题。
Small talk is a good way to make friends. If you travel to other countries or have friends from abroad, do you know how to use small talk to make conversations?
In Britain, the best topic is the weather. British weather is changing all the time. You can start chatting by saying “__1._____”
Besides weather, it’s good to talk about gardens with British. You could say, “___2.____” .English people love their pets. So it’s also nice to start with “____3.___”
In America, people like to talk about sport news, such as American football and basketball. Americans also talk about clothes. So you might say, “____4.___” Weather is a safe topic there, too.
5.What can we learn from this passage?
A. Small talk in America .
B. Small talk, big skill.
C. How to make friends.
D. Weather is a good topic of small talk
An old carpenter（木匠）was ready to retire. His boss was sorry ___1.____ (see) the good worker go. He asked the carpenter ___2.____ he could build just one more house. The carpenter said yes, __3.___ his mind was not on the work any more.
He used poor materials and worked on the house ____4.____(care). When the carpenter finished his work, the boss handed the front-door key to him. “This is your house,” he said, “a gift ___5.____ you.”
____6.____ a surprise! If he had known he was building his own house, he would have done it differently. Now he had to live in the house he had poorly built.
Think of ___7.___ (you) as the carpenter. Think about your life. ___8.___(build) it wisely. It is the only life you will ever build because life is a do-it-yourself project.
Your life today is the result of your attitudes and choices you ___9.____(make) in the past. Your life tomorrow will be that of your attitudes and __10.____ (choice) you make today.
With the development of economy, traveling has become part of our lives. Every year ____1.___ （几千）of tourists choose to travel ___2.__（国外）to enjoy the beautiful scenery. But a few years ago, a lot of bad __3.___（行为）happened quite often during the travel. Some__4.____（扔） litter, painted on the walls, and spat on the ground everywhere. Some picked flowers, ___5.____（毁坏）trees and hurt animals. And even____6.____（更槽糕）, some smoked in the woods. How dangerous!
Luckily, things have _7.___（改变）now. Rubbish is always put into dustbins. People are friendly to animals. Nobody is __8.____（允许） to smoke around the woods and places of interest are well kept. All these changes make us __9.___（高兴）.
As a student, I think we should know it’s our duty to protect the___10._____（环境）. In order to make the world more beautiful, let’s behave well .
1.Please keep your eyes __________. Don’t open them until I say “ OK ”
2.The boys __________in passing the three final exams last term
3.I’m worried about his _____________during his journey to Africa .
4.I wondered why Jack always sat ___________alone these days.
5.Jim thought hard and finally he ___________a good idea to raise money for the poor kids .
Lidong came on November 8 this year. It is the Chinese word for one of the 24 solar terms (节气). It means the beginning of winter.
As the weather gets colder and there is less sunlight, people are more likely to get sick. Adults in the US usually have two to four colds each year. Young children suffer from six to eight colds per year, especially in winter months, according to the American Lung Association. One of the best ways to keep healthy during winter is to stay warm.
There are many ways to stay warm. A living room should be around 18-21 C, and you can also use a hot water bottle or at least 16 C. blanket to keep warm while in bed. Getting plenty of exercise is always a good idea. Take a walk on a sunny afternoon, do a long distance run or skip rope. These things keep your blood moving and your metabolism (新陈代谢) fired up. Food gives us energy and helps to warm us from the inside. High-protein (高蛋白的) foods, like fish and meat, provide a lot of energy. Add some things to your winter dishes, such as ginger, pepper and garlic. These things can make you warm. A winter coat warms you up from the outside. Add several layers of thin clothing, for example, a shirt and a thin sweater, to stay even warmer. Clothes made from wool are usually very warm.
How to make winter days colorful? Is it too cold to play outside? Don’t worry. Here are some tips for having fun at home. Give it a try!
■ Enjoy a movie with your parents. There are a lot of choices, such as Spy Kids. You can also talk about the movie with your parents after it’s over.
■ Cook a meal with your parents. You can cook some simple dishes, such as scrambled eggs with tomato. You may need your mother’s help for the first time.
■ Clean your bedroom. You need to sweep the floor, tidy your desk and make your bed. By doing this, you really help your mother a lot.
■ Read your favorite book. Reading is not only helpful for your writing ability, but can also help to build your character.
1. According to the passage, we can ___________ to have fun at home in winter days.
A. wear some warm clothes
B. get a lot of indoor exercise
C. add some things to the food
D. cook some dishes with parents
2. The passage is most probably taken from the __________ part of a magazine.
A. health B. travel C. society D. food
3.The writer writes the passage by__________.
A. doing research B. making a survey
C. giving examples D. having interviews
4.The purpose of this writing is mainly to tell us ___________.
A. some of the 24 solar terms in a year.
B. the changes of the weather in winter days.
C. some ways to stay warm and have fun in winter days
D. the reasons why people in the US easily get sick in winter
I used to watch her from my kitchen window. She seemed so small as she muscled（使劲挤出） her way through the crowd of boys on the playground. The school was across the street from our home and I would often watch the kids as they played during break. I remember the first day I saw her playing basketball. I watched in wonder as she ran circles around the other kids. She managed to shoot jump shots just over their heads and into the net. The boys always tried to stop her but no one could. I began to notice her at other times, basketball in hand, playing alone.
One day I asked her why she practiced so much. Without a moment of hesitation she said, “I want to go to college. The only way I can go is to get a scholarship（奖学金）. I am going to play college basketball. I want to be the best. My Daddy told me if the dream is big enough, the facts don’t count.” Well, I had to give it to her—she was determined. I watched her through those junior high years and into high school. Every week, she led her school team to victory.
One day, I saw her sitting in the grass, head in her arms. I walked across the street and sat down in the cool grass beside her. Quietly I asked what was wrong. “Oh, nothing”, came a soft reply, “I am just too short.” The coach told her that at 165cm she would probably never get to play for a top team—much less offered a scholarship—so she should stop dreaming about college. She was heartbroken and I felt my own throat tighten(喉咙哽噎) as I sensed her disappointment. I asked her if she had talked to her dad about it yet. She told me that her father said those coaches were wrong. _____________. He told her that if she truly wanted a scholarship and that nothing could stop her except one thing — her own attitude.
The next year, as she and her team went to the Northern California Championship game, she was offered a scholarship and on the college team. She was going to get the college education that she had dreamed of.
1.The author was probably the girl’s .
A．neighbor B．friend C．mother D．teacher
2.Why was the girl heartbroken?
A．She was considered too short to be a top player.
B．Her coach stopped her training because of her height.
C．She couldn’t be on a college basketball team.
D．She wouldn’t attend her favourite college.
3.Which of the following is the best for the _______in Paragraph 2?
A. They should encourage everyone to play basketball.
B. They should not give up their dreams.
C. They didn’t know what a father should do for his child.
D. They just did not understand the power of a dream.
4.Which proverb best matches the story?
A．Practice makes perfect.
B．Rome was not built in a day.
C．Where there is a will, there is a way.
D．Pride comes before a fall.
We are all called upon to make a speech at some point in life, but most of us don't do a very good job. This article gives some suggestions on how to give an effective speech.
So, you have to give a speech and you're fearful. You get nervous, you forget what you want to say, you stumble over (结结巴巴地说）words, you talk too long and you bore your audience. Later you think,“ Thank goodness, it's over. I'm just no good at public speaking. I hope I never have to do that again.”
Cheer up! It doesn't have to be that bad. Here are some simple steps to take the pain out of speech making. Ask yourself the purpose of your speech. What is the occasion(场合)? Why are you speaking? Then, gather as many facts as you can on your subject. Spend plenty of time doing your research. Then spend plenty of time organizing your material so that your speech is clear and easy to follow. Use as many examples as possible and use pictures, charts and graphs if they will help you make your points more clearly. Never forget your audience. Don't talk over their heads so that they can understand what you say. They will appreciate your thoughtfulness.
Just remember: Be prepared. Know your subject, your audience and the occasion. Be brief. Say what you have to say and then stop. And be yourself. Let your personality come through so that you make person-to-person contact with your audience.
If you follow these simple steps, you'll see that you don't have to be afraid of public speaking. In fact, you may find the experience so enjoyable that you volunteer to make more speeches! You're not sure yet. Give it a try and see what happens.
1.From Paragraph 2 we can know that many people________.
A. talk too much in a speech
B. are happy to give a speech
C. are afraid to give a speech
D. can give a good speech
2.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. You can speak as long as you like.
B. You should avoid contacting with audience.
C. You should remember what you have to say and when to stop.
D. The more speeches you make, the more afraid you will be.
3.The underlined expression “talk over their heads” means “ ________ ”.
A. speak too loudly
B. look at the ceiling
C. look at the paper all the time
D. use difficult words and ideas
4.The main idea of the passage is that ____________ .
A. a poor speaker can never change
B. it's easy to make a short speech
C. you need to respect your audience
D. how you can improve your speaking ability
1.The final station of this bus is ______.
A. the winter holiday
B. the summer holiday
C. the beginning of the term
D. the end of the holiday
2. Which of the statements is True according to the passage?
A. We must show our tickets when we get on.
B. We must get on the bus at 9 a. m. on March 8th.
C. We needn’t stay in order on the bus because it isn’t crowded at all.
D. We needn’t take any tickets because the bus is ready to serve us.
3.Who most probably gives the above speech?
A. A driver. B. A student.
C. A teacher. D. A manager.
He took a great interest in fishing when he was 11 years old. He often went fishing on an island in the middle of a New Hampshire lake.
On the day _________ bass (鲈鱼) season opened, he and his father were fishing early in the evening, _________ sunfish with meat. Then he tied on a small lure (鱼饵) and practiced throwing. When his fishing pole moved a lot, he knew something _________ was on the other end. His father watched with _________ as the boy skillfully(熟练地) and carefully worked the fish along the bank. _________ , he lifted the tired fish from the water. It was the largest one he had ever seen, _________ it was a bass. Lighting a match, the father looked at his watch. It was 10 pm — two hours before the season opened. He looked at the fish, then at the boy.
“You’ll have to _________ . he said.
"Dad!" cried the boy.
"There will be other fish " said his father.
"Not as big as this one, " cried the boy.
_________ no one had seen them, nor could anyone ever know what time he caught the fish, the boy could tell from his father’s voice that it was impossible to _________ the decision. He threw the huge bass into the _________ . It moved its powerful body and _________ . The boy thought that he would never again see such a big fish.
That was 34 years ago. Today, the boy is a successful businessman in New York City. And he was right. He has _________again caught such a large fish as the one he got that night long ago. But he does see the same fish again and again every time he has an ethical (道德的) decision to make. Do we do _________ when no one is looking?
We would if we were_________ to put the fish back when we were young. For we would have learned the _________ . The decision becomes fresh in our memory. It is a story we will proudly tell our friends and grandchildren.
1.A. until B. when C. after D. before
2.A. providing B. catching C. feeding D. offering
3.A. huge B. small C. strange D. strong
4.A. interest B. fear C. pride D. worry
5.A. easily B. quickly C. firstly D. finally
6.A. and B. but C. however D. yet
7.A. throw it away B. put it away C. put it back D. pick it up
8.A. Even though B. Now that C. Ever since D. As if
9.A. pass B. make C. fix D. change
10.A. pool B. sea C. water D. river
11.A. ran B. swam C. went D. disappeared
12.A. often B. never C. always D. sometimes
13.A. wrong B. harm C. right D. good
14.A. taught B. stopped C. forced D. allowed
15.A. knowledge B. truth C. ability D. skill
I've just got back home．I want to say “Thank you” most at the moment．
1.I am a f____ of Garth Brooks. I can sing all his songs.
2.Alan hung out with his friends i_______ of cleaning the bedroom.
3.He is a d_____ man, so he can’t hear anything.
4.We are going camping this weekend but it d_______ on the weather.
5.My father was so tired that he f______ asleep quickly last night.
6.When you make a mistake, you should tell the t_____.
7.Parents shouldn’t p______ their kids so hard because they have already had a lot of stress.
8.He was sleeping deeply but I was a______ all night.
9. But u_____ he can hide his tail, he cannot turn himself into a man.
10.Only a few students agreed to the plan. Most of them were strongly a________ it.
Many people think that the dinosaurs(恐龙) were the biggest animals that ever lived. They are wrong. The world’s biggest animal is still living, and it lives in the sea. It is called the Blue Whale, Blue Whales can be as long as 30 meters 1. weigh as much as 1,000 kilos. The largest dinosaurs 2. (weigh) only 500 kilos.
The whale is not only the world’s biggest animal, it is also one of the 3. (clever). We know that whales can communicate with one 4. (other), although we do not know what they are saying. One day perhaps we will learn to talk to whales, and then they will be able to tell us about 5. (they).
There are lots of stories 6. whales, and maybe the most famous one is called Moby Dick, which was 7. (write) by the American writer, Herman Melville. In this story, a sailor ——Captain Ahab spends a lot of time trying to find and kill 8. very big white whale named Moby Dick. 9. (Sad), there are not many kinds of whales left. People have killed them for 10. (thousand) of years for food and other things. However, there are now laws(法律) to stop people killing most kinds of whales, so perhaps there will be more of them in the years to come.
I was once a volunteer in an English village. It was quite different _________ my home in Sweden. Jane, one of the volunteers from Tanzania, had a friend who was very _________.
She _________ all her pocket money to help her friend. It meant that she didn’t have much_________ to eat, and she had no money to go anywhere outside the village or buy more clothes.
I was _________ moved that I felt I had to do _________ too. So when I bought food one day, I _________ to buy her some rice. I started _________ to the woman in the shop (named Gloria who was also a volunteer)about my friend Jane. The woman looked at me, being surprised, “Does she eat noodles?” she asked. “Yes,” I replied.
She immediately started _________ a bag with noodles, cookies, sweets and other things until the bag was _________. “Give her this for me.” I couldn’t believe_________ but cried with happiness.
Imagine Jane’s look when I gave her the _________ ! I had never_________ her so happy! A few weeks later she found Gloria in the shop and _________ her in person.
The two wonderful women really showed me 50 true kindness is. And the impression(印象) will stay with me for the rest of my life.
1.A. at B. on C. in D. from
2.A. poor B. busy C. lazy D. rich
3.A. took B. brought C. carried D. gave
4.A. money B. food C. clothes D. books
5.A. such B. so C. very D. a little
6.A. anything B. nothing C. something D. everything
7.A. decided B. hated C. served D. enjoyed
8.A. laughing B. answering C. telling D. talking
9.A. filling B. taking C. buying D. selling
10.A. full B. fill C. big D. small
11.A. them B. it C. her D. him
12.A. money B. shop C. home D. food
13.A. saw B. seen C. watched D. watch
14.A. greeted B. asked C. thanked D. helped
15.A. what B. when C. how D. where
A blind boy sat on the steps of a building with a hat by his feet. He held up a sign which said, "I am blind, please help."
There were only a few coins in the hat. A man was walking by. He took a few coins from his pocket and dropped them into the hat. He then took the sign, turned it around, and wrote some words. He put the sign back so that everyone who walked by would see the new words.
Soon the hat began to fill up. A lot more people were giving money to the blind boy. That afternoon the man who had changed the sign came to see how things were. The boy heard his footsteps and asked, "Were you the one who changed my sign this morning? What did you write?" The man said, "I only wrote the truth. I said what you said but in a different way."
What he had written was, "Today is a beautiful day but I cannot see it." Do you think the first sign and the second sign were saying the same thing?
Of course, both signs told people the boy was blind. But the first sign simply told people to help by putting some money in the hat. The second sign told people that they were able to enjoy the beauty of the day, but the boy could not enjoy it because he was blind.
The first sign simply said the boy was blind. The second sign told people they were so lucky that they were not blind.
1.A blind boy sat on the steps of a building in order to______.
A. wait for some people B. get money from others
C. make the writer help him D. hold up a sign
2.The man ______when he saw the blind boy.
A. gave the boy a new hat
B. brought the boy a sign
C. took away the blind boy's money and wrote some words on the sign
D. gave the boy some money and wrote some words on the sign
3.What happened to the blind boy after the man wrote the words on the sign?
A. The boy was taken away by the police
B. Nobody gave the blind boy money any more
C. More people dropped money into the boy's hat
D. The blind boy could see the beautiful day
4.What do you think of the sign written by the man?
A. It has the different meaning to the first sign
B. It has the same meaning to the first sign and is expressed (表达) in another better way.
C. The man's sign tells people it is a beautiful day
D. People know the boy is blind after reading the man's sign
5.What can we learn from this passage?
A. It's helpful of us to help people in need
B. There are many poor people in the world like the blind boy
C. It's a good way to make money by holding a sign
D. We should learn to speak to others in a suitable way
No Car Day was first started by 34 cities in France on September 22, 1998. It was started to protect the environment. By now, more than 1,000 cities around the world have had a No Car Day.
The first No Car Day in China was in Chengdu in 2001. Other cities, including Taipei, Shanghai and Wuhan, also support the day.
In Beijing, more and more people are joining the campaign. It asks drivers to leave their cars at home for one day each month and walk or ride a bike to work. It also calls on Beijingers not to use cars on June 5(World Environment Day). The slogan for the day is, “If we drive for one less day, we can have one more nice day.”
So far, more than 200,000 drivers have shown their support. “We can’t control the weather, but we can choose not to drive,” said Wu Zonghua, a car club chairman. Beijing is trying to have 238 blue sky days this year. In the first quarter of 2012, Beijing only had 52 blue sky days. This was 11 days less than the number for the same period the year before. Much of the dust comes from the desert, but cars cause most of the air pollution. We must do more for No Car Day.
1.The first No Car Day fell on _______.
A. February 2nd B. June 5th
C. July 5th D. September 22nd
2. _______ was the first city to have No Car Day in China.
A. Beijing B. Chengdu C. Shanghai D. Wuhan
3.What does the underlined word “slogan” in Paragraph 3 mean?
A. 目的 B. 原因 C. 意义 D. 口号
4.How many blue sky days did Beijing have in the first quarter of 2011?
A. 63. B. 52. C. 41. D. 238.
5.Which of the following statements is True?
A. China is the first country to start No Car Day.
B. No Car Day is World Environment Day.
C. No Car Day has been supported by over 1,000 cities around the world so far.
D. Much of the dust in the air comes from cars.
1.Jim wants to visit some places of interest. Which map does he need most?
A. A road map. B. A tourist map.
C. A distribution map. D. A railway map.
2.How can you tell different roads on Road maps?
A. By finding the numbers.
B. By using different colors.
C. By using straight lines.
D. By looking at the road signs.
3.Which of the following can Distribution maps tell us？
A. How to get to Germany.
B. How to plan a long journey.
C. Which place is short of water.
D. Where a famous museum is.
4.Why do railway maps use straight lines?
A. Because railways are straight.
B. Because people like straight lines.
C. Because people can read them easily.
D. Because railways have only two ends.
5.Which is the best title for the passage?
A. Learn to Design Maps
B. Get to know Different Maps
C. Buy a Railway Map for yourself
D. Draw Maps for Geography Students
Tom, a 15-year-old boy, couldn't hear anything after the whole night computer games and MP3 listening. He was excited and yelled (喊叫) after the MP3. When he walked out of his room the next morning, he could hear nothing about his mother's words. His mother sent him to the doctor at once. It was moderate (中度) hearing loss (耳聋).
Do you have an MP3 player? Do you use it to listen to your favorite music? A survey (调查) shows that lots of young people enjoy listening to their MP3 players. And they always listen to them at high volumes (音量). There are about 100 million people listening to MP3 players in Europe every day. Most of them are young people. Scientists have found that if people listen to MP3 players at a very high volume for more than five hours a week, they could lose their hearing in five years.
High-volume music can keep people excited, so young people would like to keep their players high. It's too bad for the ears. So the MP3 listeners should keep the player within safe volume levels, no higher than 60～70 of full capacity (容量). If people near you can hear your MP3, that means you are keeping your MP3 at a very high volume, turn it down, please!
1.What didn't Tom do before he had moderate hearing loss?
A. He played the computer games.
B. He yelled after the MP3.
C. He listened to the MP3.
D. He went to see the doctor.
2.Who enjoys MP3 most?
A. Young people. B. Adults. C. No one. D. Scientists.
3.Why do the young people keep the players high?
A. Because the people near them can't hear it.
B. Because the young people want to surprise others.
C. Because the high-volume music can keep them excited.
D. Because the young people want to have hearing loss.
4.What's the safe volume of the MP3?
A. People beside you can hear your MP3.
B. No higher than 60-70 of full capacity.
C. You can't hear it clearly.
D. Keep the full capacity.
5.What is the best title of this passage?
A. a Deaf (耳聋的) Boy
B. an MP3 Player
C. the Harm (危害) of High Volume
D. a Survey
As you know, the great American writer Jack London was often in need of money when he began writing his books. He worked hard but it didn’t help him.
Once he promised (允诺) a New York magazine to write a story for it, but he was busy at that time and could not keep his promise. The boss (老板) of the magazine wrote letters to Jack London several times to ask him to send the story. At last he went to Jack London’s room and left a note (字条) .
“Dear Jack London, if I don’t get the story in twenty-four hours, I’ll come to your room and kick (踢) you downstairs, and I always keep my promise.”
Jack London read the note and answered, “Dear Dick, if I could do my work with my feet like you, I could keep my promise, too.”
1.Jack London ___________ when he began to write his books.
A. had much money
B. didn’t have enough money
C. didn’t worry about money
D. didn’t need any money
2.Why couldn’t Jack London write a story for a New York magazine as he promised?
A. Because he didn’t have money.
B. Because he was too busy.
C. Because he didn’t like the boss.
D. Because he didn’t feel well.
3.The boss of the magazine wrote letters to ___________, Jack London.
A. the writer B. the boss
C. his friend D. the officer
4.The boss of the magazine wrote letters to Jack to __________ the story.
A. send B. ask for C. give D. tell
5.Which of the following is NOT true?
A. The boss didn’t meet Jack London when he came to the room.
B. The boss left a note in Jack London’s room.
C. Jack London wanted to do his work with his feet.
D. The boss asked Jack London to finish the story in twenty-four hours.
Jim, a successful businessman, told the experience of his childhood.
When he was 12 years old, his parents died. He was alone and didn’t get on well with others. People always laughed at him. No one was _________ to him.
His only friend was a dog named Tige. He gave his dog enough to eat and drink, but sometimes he was not _________ to it. He didn’t know that an unkind word sometimes could cut one’s heart (心脏) like a knife.
One day as he walked down the street, a young lady was walking in front of him. One of her bags dropped from her arms. As she stopped to _________, she dropped other bags. He came to help her. “Thank you, dear! You are a nice little boy!” She said kindly, smiling.
A special feeling came to him. It was his __________ time to hear the kind words. He watched her _________ a long time, and then he whistled to his dog and went directly to the river_________ .
“Thanks, dear! You are a nice little boy!” He repeated what the woman said. Then he said to his dog _________ a low voice, “You are a nice little dog.” Tige raised its ears as if it understood.
“Hmm! Even a dog likes it!” he said. “Well, I won’t say anything unkind to you, Tige.” Tige waved its tail _________ .
The boy thought and thought. Finally he looked at himself in the river. He saw _________ but a dirty boy. He washed his face carefully. Again he saw a clean nice boy. He was amazed. From then on, he started a new life.
After _________ this, the businessman said, “That kind woman planted the first seed (种子) of kindness in my heart.” What a great power it has!
1.A. kind B. sad C. bad D. worried
2.A. exciting B. interesting C. strange D. friendly
3.A. find it B. pick it up C. look it up D. give it up
4.A. best B. first C. second D. last
5.A. to B. for C. as D. in
6.A. far B. nearby C. near D. nearly
7.A. on B. at C. in D. for
8.A. sadly B. angrily C. hungrily D. happily
9.A. anything B. nothing C. everything D. something
10.A. told B. to tell C. telling D. tell
I’m not _______ _______ _______ out by myself _______ _______.
Millie _______ _______ _______ _______ our new school.
They all work hard _______ _______ _______.
We walked past a shoe shop _______ _______ _______ _______ the school.
_______ _______ _______ _______ my bicycle.
1.It takes him twenty minutes (read) English every day.
2.I usually go to school on time. But I (be) late for school today.
3.--Where is your cousin, Merry?
-- He (check) my computer over there.
4. the Kings (take) a walk after supper every day?
5.Follow me, or you (get) lost.
6.Jim often (fix) the broken machine for his neighbours.
7.We all look forward to (see) Peng Liyuan in the news.
8.Why not (go) to the zoo with us? I think we will have fun.
9.-- _ your mother _ (buy) a new washing machine next week?
--Yes, she is.
10.Some years ago, Mr. Li (teach) us English. Now he retires (退休).
A: Tomorrow is Sunday. Where will you go for sightseeing?
A: It’s too far. What about Moon Museum?
B: At about 8:00 in the morning.
A: Where are we going to meet?
B: We can go there by underground.
--I'm going to Qinghai for a holiday tomorrow.
A. Best wishes! B. Oh, really?
C. Have a good time! D. Good luck!
--Ben, _________ miss the early bus.
-- OK, I _________.
A. don’t; will B. don’t; won’t
C. doesn’t; will D. doesn’t; won’t
Our school is big, but _________ is bigger than _________.
A. their; ours B. theirs; ours
C. theirs; them D. theirs; our
He is a funny boy. He often makes his younger sister .
A. laughs B. laugh C. laughing D. to laugh