毕业前的班会上,老师想让大家畅所欲言,谈谈三年来的收获以及感想。下面表格是老师要求你谈到的三个方面,请根据表格内容,写一篇短文,来谈谈吧!

About study

learn…; improve…

About friends

make friends…; get along with…

About future

 

    要求:1. 短文须包括所有提示和你补充的内容;

          2. 短文中涉及的三个要点都要适当发挥;

          3. 短文中不得涉及真实的人名、校名和地名;

          4. 词数:80个左右(已给出的开头和结尾不计入总词数)。

    Hello, everyone,

        I have a lot of things to share with you. First, ____________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

        That’s all. Thank you!

 

A) 连词成句(共5小题,每小题1分,计5分)

将所给单词连成句子。要求符合语法,语句通顺,大小写正确,单词不得重复使用,标点已给出。

1.Linda, my, name, friend ‘s, is

        ______________________________________________________________________.

2.learning English, she, good at, is

        ______________________________________________________________________.

3.at all, she, like, doesn’t, physics

        ______________________________________________________________________.

4.it, she, too difficult, is, says

        ______________________________________________________________________.

5.learn physics, it, is, to, difficult

        ______________________________________________________________________?

 

词语运用,根据短文内容及所给提示,补全文中单词或用所给单词的正确形式填空。

At school many things happen to us. We may feel excited when we succeed in a school play. We may feel1.s__________ if we lose an important game. We want to remember these things in our lives. But how to keep memories? We can remember them by2.(make) our own yearbook. A yearbook is a kind of book we use to remember wonderful3.(moment). Last Decemberwe began to make our yearbook. Firstwe4.(choose) the students who had done something specialthen we interviewed them.5.F__________ our teacher helped us to put the things together. In this waywe had our yearbook.

 

阅读短文,并按要求完成71~75题。

When I waited in the living room, I saw my dad come up the path with a white envelope in his hand. I had waited all day for this. As soon as he set foot in the house, I reached over him to get it. He threw the envelope on the table and said that it was nothing to get excited about.

I was looking forward to seeing my report for my first year in high school. I opened the report and saw that I came in first in my class. I was feeling so excited. But when I saw my dad’s cold face and heard his cold words, I was really hurt by how he ignored (忽略) my hard work. I didn’t know why but said nothing, and just shut the door with a bang. I got a good mark and I wanted to share my happiness with someone, but I felt alone.

Thinking over what had happened to us, I suddenly realized something. I was so busy studying that I had kept away from my family unconsciously (不知不觉地). We used to watch movies and play tennis together on weekend afternoons. I wondered when that had stopped. Then I realized they had not stopped but I just no longer joined them.

My family is very important to me, so I do not want to destroy that relationship. I wanted to apologize for my rude behavior, because without their support, my achievements meant nothing. As I went over to him, my dad said, “You’ve done well, and your mother and I are proud of you. But we do not want to use your achievements to define (定义) who you are.”

Although my head may be in the clouds with all my ambitions, my family keeps my feet on the ground. Whatever you do, remember family is always important.

71题为用英语表达文中画线单词it所指代的内容;72~73题为简略回答问题;74题为从文中找出并写下本文的主题句;75题为将文中画线句子译成汉语。

1._______________________________________________________________________

2.How did the writer feel when he saw his report?

   _______________________________________________________________________

3.Why had the writer kept away from his family?

   _______________________________________________________________________

4._______________________________________________________________________

5._______________________________________________________________________

 

When I was in collegeI heard about a book titled “Looking Out for Number One”. I never read the bookand I didn’t like it. I think it was because the title_______I hadn’t been taught to be so selfish that I should focus on only me. I thought I needed to help others andalong the wayI would also help myself. NowI realize I should have at least considered learning more about looking out for number one.

Many years after seeing the book about looking out for number oneI’m realizing number onemeis the person I should care first. Jeffrey Gitomer asks the question“Who is the most important person in the world?” Most people answer“the customer.” He then asks“If there were only two people left in the worldthe customer and youwho would you want to survive (生存)?” Now the answer is me.

It makes sense that if we can’t help ourselves firstwe will never be ready to help others. We all need to learn to control our lives and make the best decisions for ourselves. That will put us in the position to help others in the future. But many of us are slow to understand this.

It is said that happiness will bring successbut success doesn’t always bring happiness. We all want to be happy and successful. Some of us can be very happy when our basic needs are met and our family are safe. Others will seek for high levels of successthinking that will bring happiness. I’m sure we can think of some people who are very successfulaccording to the world’s standards (标准)but they appear to be unhappy sometimes. This is because they have been so busy working for somebody else’s goals that they haven’t considered their own needs.

1.The underlined phrase “turned me off” in Paragraph One probably means “________”.

A. made me bored    B. made me excited

C. made me happy    D. made me surprised

2.Who does the writer think is the most important person in the world?

A. The customer.    B. Others.

C. Jeffery Gitomer.    D. Himself.

3.From the third paragraphwe can learn ________.

A. we should help others instead of ourselves

B. actually few of us understand this idea earlier

C. helping others can help us to control our lives

D. we need to help others make the best decisions

4.Sometimes successful people feel unhappy because ________.

A. they seek for too high levels of success

B. they haven’t worked for their own goals

C. their basic needs are not completely met

D. they think success can’t bring happiness

5.The best title for the passage can be ________.

A. Happiness and Success Come Together

B. Always Helping Others First

C. The Most Important People in the World

D. Looking Out for Number One

 

A

 

Several months ago, my husband and I were on an island for a long weekend with our five-year-old twin daughters. As we went back and forth about what to do next, our girls jumped in and told us exactly what they wanted to do. “We want to go to the butterfly museum,” said Emily and Hanna.

As soon as we walked into the main area of the museum, we saw thousands of beautiful butterflies. They all flapped their colorful wings.

My girls were jumping up and down, and I knew we had made the right decision to come to the museum. They were having so much fun.

I turned to our museum tour guide because I was curious (好奇的), and asked, “How long do butterflies live?”

She said: “About ten days.”

“What can butterflies do in ten days?” I asked.

The guide stopped, looked at me, and said, “They make the world a more beautiful place.”

“Wow,” I said, “I never thought about butterflies like that. Thank you.”

After we said goodbye, I couldn’t stop thinking about what the guide had said. She was right. We all have something to offer the world with the time we have. When we focus our gifts on taking care of each other every day, we can make a difference.

Appreciate (欣赏) the impact you can have on your family, friends, co-workers and neighbors. Like a butterfly, you have your own way of making the world more beautiful for everyone.

1.There are ________ people in the writer’s family.

A. 5    B. 4    C. 3    D. 2

2.Where did the family finally decide to go?

A. To a butterfly museum.    B. To another island.

C. To visit friends at the museum.    D. Back to their home.

3.How long does a butterfly live on average?

A. A few weeks.    B. A month.    C. About ten days.    D. One day.

4.What did the guide think of butterflies?

A. She thought butterflies could do nothing for the world.

B. She was surprised to know the long lives of butterflies.

C. She felt sorry for the butterflies that live such a short life.

D. She really appreciated what the butterflies do for the world.

5.From the story, the writer tries to ________.

A. advise people to visit the butterfly museum

B. introduce us something surprising about life

C. encourage people to make a difference in the world

D. tell us about a wonderful experience with her family

 

VI.完形填空(共10小题,每小题1分,计10分)

“I will think of it.”It is easy to say this; but do you know what great things have come from

______? We can not see our own thoughts, or hear, or taste, or feel them; but we do feel the ______

our thoughts have!

Sir Isaac Newton was seated in his garden ______ a summer’s evening. He was thinking about something else when he saw ______ fall from a tree. He began to think. In trying to understand why the apple fell, he ______ how the earth, the sun, the moon and the stars were kept in their places.

A boy named James Watt sat quietly by the fireplace, watching the lid (盖子) of the tea kettle as it moved up and down. He began to think; he wanted to ______ why the steam in the kettle moved the heavy lid. From that time he went on thinking and thinking; and when he became a man, he

______ the steam engine successfully. From then on it could do the work of many horses ______.

Next time when you see a steam boat or a steam mill, remember that it would ______ have been built without the hard thinking of someone.

Boys, when you have a ______ lesson to learn, don’t feel discouraged, and help yourselves before asking someone to help you. Think, and by thinking you will learn how to think to some purpose.

1.A. saying    B. thinking    C. writing    D. reading

2.A. power    B. method    C. pressure    D. reason

3.A. in    B. at    C. on    D. for

4.A. a lid    B. an orange    C. an apple    D. a leaf

5.A. described    B. invented    C. complained    D. discovered

6.A. look out    B. take out    C. find out    D. turn out

7.A. increased    B. improved    C. repaired    D. influenced

8.A. hardly    B. busily    C. heavily    D. easily

9.A. never    B. ever    C. still    D. yet

10.A. possible    B. difficult    C. simple    D. useful

 

Could you tell me ________? My watch doesn’t work.

A. what time it is    B. when it was mended

C. where he is from    D. how far it is from here

 

We’d better learn English well. It ________ in many countries around the world.

A. speaks    B. is spoken    C. was spoken    D. spoke

 

I’m busy now. I ________ to your home after supper.

A. go    B. went    C. have gone    D. will go

 

The teacher raised his voice so that we could hear him ________.

A. clearly    B. quietly    C. slowly    D. quickly

 

Billthere are so many books on the floor. Why don’t you ________ your things?

A. put on    B. put out    C. put away    D. put down

 

Look at the picture in my room! My father ________ it in England.

A. takes    B. took    C. will take    D. is taking

 

—Look! Some people are running the red lights!

—We should wait ________ others are breaking the rule.

A. because    B. if    C. unless    D. although

 

Turn down the TVdear. Our son ________ for his report in the study.

A. prepares    B. has prepared

C. prepared    D. is preparing

 

It’s raining hard outside. Take an ________please.

A. umbrella    B. eraser    C. article    D. ice cream

 

She ________ the bike for two yearsbut it still looks nice.

A. had    B. bought    C. has had    D. has bought

 

Tomyou mustn’t swim in the river. It’s too ________.

A. safe    B. dangerous    C. careful    D. easy

 

Could you give ________ some breadMum? I am hungry.

A. my    B. mine    C. I    D. me

 

I like the red scarf. It ________ very soft.

A. tastes    B. feels    C. sounds    D. smells

 

I live far from my schoolso I always go to school ________ bus.

A. by    B. on    C. in    D. at

 

Kate is a clever girl. She learns to play ________ piano by herself.

A. a    B. an    C. the    D. /

 

有一大批外国人来北京参观。假设你是导游,请根据以下内容,向外宾简单介绍北京的情况。

要求:要点包括:(1)有悠久的历史;

(2)有许多名胜古迹。

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

1.一只大象的重量是一个成人重量的一百倍多。

An elephant weighs more than________ _______ _______heavier than an adult person.

2.在困难面前,我们应该从不放弃。

We should never________ _______ in the________ _______ difficulties.

3.汤姆每天总是第一个来,最后一个走。

Tom is always the first________ _______, and the last________ _______every day.

4.鱼用鳃吸氧气。

Fish________ _______oxygen through their gills.

5.大多数婴儿出生时的体重在6磅到8磅之间。

________ _______, most babies weigh between 6 and 8 pounds.

 

 

1.The animals in the zoo are usually ____ (wake)at night.

2.His grandma went to hospital and her ____ (ill)is so serious.

3.Although Lucy tried her best to lose weight, she didn’t ____ (success).

4.Pandas eat so many ____ (bamboo)every day.

5.A wolf is much ____ (wild)than a dog.

 

 

1.Russia has the biggest ____ (人口)in Europe.

2.I’ll go there according to the weather________ (条件;状况)

3.Each student should learn to ____ (保护)the wild animals.

4.She was very anxious to get away from cities and back to ____ (自然).

5.The ____ (政府)is making laws against water pollution.

 

Rock climbing(攀岩)did not become a sport until late in the 1900s. But now it has become a popular outdoor activity. While rock climbing may still be necessary for mountain climbing, most people just climb low mountains for fun.

If you have ever done rock climbing, you will know that it is not a very easy sport. Indoor and outdoor rock climbing both need practice. What most people don’t know is that rock climbing is one of the sports that depend on your body and mind(意志).

To climb successfully, one must use wonderful skills. One of the important rules is to always have three parts of your body on the rock face. Another important rule is that your arms only hold you close to the rock face while your legs are pushing you up, the closer you are to the rock face, the easier it is to climb.

Rock climbing is a wonderful sport. Once you start to learn how to climb, you’ll find more fun. People who like games such as chess playing or problem-solving may love rock climbing, because they are nearly the same in the way of thinking. For anyone who wants to get into beautiful shape, rock climbing is a fun and good way. Anyone who enjoys a difficult game and loves the outdoors should think of taking rock climbing as a new hobby.

1.When did rock climbing become a sport?

A. In 1900.    B. Early in the 1900s.

C. In the middle of the 1900s.    D. Late in the 1900s.

2.The chess players may like rock climbing because ____.

A. they’d like to get into beautiful shape

B. it is more interesting than chess playing

C. it is like chess playing in the way of thinking

D. they really like to do sports

3.Who should think of taking rock climbing as a new hobby?

A. People who enjoy indoor activities.

B. People who enjoy music.

C. People who enjoy a difficult game and love the outdoors.

D. People who love dancing.

4.What does rock climbing depend on?

A. It depends on your brain.

B. It depends on your hobby.

C. It depends on your interests.

D. It depends on your body and mind.

5.What can we learn from the passage?

A. Rock climbing is a kind of indoor and outdoor activity.

B. Rock climbing is a very easy sport.

C. When you climb, your arms push you up.

D. The closer you are to the rock face, the more difficult it is to climb.

 

A thousand years ago, Hong Kong was covered by a thick forest. As more and more people came to  ___ in Hong Kong, these trees were cut down and burnt. Now there is ___ forest left, though there are still some small areas covered with trees. We call these woods.

Elephants, tigers and many ____ animals were living in the thick forest. When people came to live in Hong Kong, the ____ began to die out. Early farmers grew rice and ____ pigs and chickens in the valleys. They cut down the trees and burnt them. They needed__ ___to keep themselves warm in winter, to cook their food and to keep away the dangerous animals. Elephants quickly disappeared because there was not enough food for them. ____ did most of the wolves and tigers. Monkeys and many other animals soon  ____in the same way.

  You might think that there are no longer any animals in Hong Kong _____ in the zoos. There are still about 36 different animals _____ there. One of the most interesting of Hong Kong’s animals is the barking deer. These are beautiful little animals with a rich brown coat and a white patch(补丁) under the tail. They look like deer , but they are much like a dog barking. There are now not many barking deer left. So it is important for people to protect wild animals.

1.A. work      B. study       C. live

2.A. not       B. a few   C. no 

3.A. other         B. others      C. another

4.A. things     B. animals   C. plants 

5.A. grew          B. made       C. kept

6.A. fire       B. stoves (炉子)  C. heat  

7.A. So       B. Such    C. As

8.A. lived          B. died    C. left

9.A. besides     B. except       C. beside

10.A. to live      B. lived    C. living

 

Lanzhou is the only capital city that the Yellow River, the second ________ river in China, passes through.

A. long    B. longest   C. longer   D. length

 

____ is the population of China today?

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

 

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