( )31. _________ first step in making a travel plan is to find out the places you want to visit.
A. The B. A C. / D. An
( )32. They always keep their problems _____ themselves.
A. for B. to C. on D. with
( )33. Don’t worry about Mary. She can look after ________ well.
A. hers B. her C. she D. herself
( )34. — Mr. Smith teaches math the best in our school.
— Yes, he has more than ten years of teaching _______.
A. temperature B. experience C. difference D. discussion
( )35. — Will you go to Bob’s birthday party?
— No, _________ he invites me.
A. if B. when C. unless D. because
( )36. — Peter looks ________ today. Why?
— Because he didn’t pass the
A. happy B. glad C. upset D. excited
( )37. — Do you think our team will win the game?
— We ________ will. We are the best!
A. finally B. certainly C. probably D. hardly
( )38. — ___________ will happen if you lost your wallet?
— Nothing. I don’t even have one.
A. Where B. What C. How D. Why
( )39. — Lucy, there are so many __________ in your homework.
— Sorry, I’ll be more careful next time.
A. mistakes B. shapes C. words D. holes
( )40. — I want to _______ a class party. Can you help me?
— Sure. I can help you send the invitations.
A. organize B. drop C. believe D. delete
( )41. — What’s his advice?
— He advises me ____ some medicine.
A. take B. takes C. to take D. to taking
( )42. The boy kept ________ silly questions. This made his father angry.
A. to ask B. to asking C. ask D. asking
( )43. Don’t run away from the problems. You ______ try to face them.
A. should B. shouldn’t C. will D. won’t
( )44. If it is sunny tomorrow, we _______ to fly a kite.
A. go B. went C. will go D. would go
( )45. — Do you think we should prepare dinner for our parents?
— ________. Let’s do it now.
A. It sounds boring B. I wish you a good vacation
C. It doesn’t matter D. I think that’s a great idea
5-year-old Josiah and his mom were eating at a restaurant. There Josiah saw a homeless (无家可归的) 46 sitting outside of the restaurant.
He 47 why the man looked so dirty and poor. He started 48 his mom questions like, “Where is his 49 ? Where is his family?” Mom told him that the man didn’t have a home to go and didn’t have any food. Josiah was very upset when he heard that so he asked his mom, “Can we 50 him to come in and have some food? 51 we do so, I think he will be very happy.” Mom 52 .
The man came in and sat down. He asked for a hamburger because it was one of the cheapest things on the 53 . But Josiah told him that he could order anything he wanted. What Josiah did 54 his mother and other people.
You never know who the angel (天使) on Earth is. And when the opportunity (机会) comes, you should 55 walk away from it.
( )46. A. women B. man C. girl D. boy
( )47. A. knew B. wondered C. understood D. laughed
( )48. A. answering B. replying C. thinking D. asking
( )49. A. school B. home C. office D. shop
( )50. A. invite B. forget C. remember D. expect
( )51. A. Unless B. Though C. Until D. If
( )52. A. refused B. arrived C. agreed D. asked
( )53. A. screen B. menu C. calendar D. newspaper
( )54. A. interested B. improved C. touched D. questioned
( )55. A. always B. ever C. sometimes D. never
When a child celebrates his birthday, his parents usually organize a party. How can parents let their child and his friends have a wonderful party? Let me tell you!
( )56. How many tips(小建议) can we learn?
A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. D. Five.
( )57. Why should we plan some games?
A. To make everyone remember the party. B. To save time.
C. To save money. D. To let kids not feel bored.
( )58. We should write down all the things on the invitation EXCEPT (除了)_______.
A. the start time B. the food C. the place D. the end time
( )59. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. Having a theme is helpful.
B. The games should be short and interesting.
C. Children can leave the party by themselves.
D. It is necessary to write down how long the party will last (持续).
( )60. What is the information above mainly about?
A. How to plan a party for kids. B. How to choose a theme for a party.
C. How to plan games for kids. D. How to say goodbye at the end of the party.
Justin went to the library after school. It was time to write his history report.
The library was quiet as it always was. The librarian (图书管理员) was busy putting books on the shelves (架子). Justin found a book that was helpful for his report. He also found another book to read for fun.
Later, Justin noticed (注意到) two younger boys were talking in a low voice (嗓音).
“I don’t know where to look,” one boy said.
“Let’s ask the librarian,” the other boy said.
“Nobody is at the front desk,” the first boy said. Justin went over to the boys. He helped them find some books for their subjects. He also showed them how to look things up in the encyclopedia (百科全书). Then it was time for him to leave. He took his books to the front desk.
“Thanks for helping those boys,” the librarian said, “Would you like to work here? I need an assistant (助手) in the afternoon.”
( )61. What was Justin’s paper about?
A. English. B. Math. C. Music. D. History.
( )62. How many books did Justin find for himself?
A. One. B. Two. C. Three. D. Four.
( )63. What is the right order (顺序) of the story?
① The two boys were talking.
② Justin went to the library.
③ The librarian asked Justin to be her assistant.
④ Justin taught the boys how to look things up in the encyclopedia.
A. ②①③④ B. ②③①④ C. ②③④① D. ②①④③
( )64. What can NOT we learn from the passage?
A. It was usually very quiet in the library.
B. Justin was ready to help others.
C. It might be the first time for the two boys to go to the library.
D. Justin noticed the two boys because they talked loudly.
( )65. Why did the librarian ask Justin to work in the library?
A. She needed an assistant to work there in the morning.
B. To thank him for helping the two boys.
C. She wanted him to take her place.
D. To let him make more money to finish his study.
My friend Dr. Dong would leave on October 4th to go to Seattle of America to take part in a medical (医学的 ) meeting and come back on October 9th. Before leaving, he came to my course about culture shock (文化冲击). When he got back, he told me his experience.
He told me that the course information helped him. He said that he enjoyed his first few days in Seattle very much. At the meeting, he was able to perform well in his medical area. But after a few days, he began to feel uncomfortable. His medical English was fine, but the social interaction skills (社交技巧) were different.
When someone said, “Hi, how’s it going?” He thought they asked him “where are you going?” and answered with the name of the meeting room, only to get a surprising look from them.
Though such experiences were few for Dr. Dong, they were the beginning of a sense of “cultural shock”. By the end of the meeting, he really felt cultural differences.
( )66. How long did Dr. Dong stay in America?
A. About three days. B. About five days.
C. About eight days. D. About ten days.
( )67. What does the underlined word “course” mean in Chinese in this passage?
A. 事业 B. 实验 C. 路线 D. 课程
( )68. Dr. Dong learned something about ____ from the writer’s course.
A. American culture B. how to perform well in the meeting
C. the meeting rules in America D. American food
( )69. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. Dr. Dong enjoyed his first few days in Seattle.
B. The writer’s course didn’t help Dr. Dong at all.
C. Dr. Dong wasn’t good at medical English.
D. Dr. Dong couldn’t understand what American people said at all.
( )70. What is the best title for the passage?
A. A Wonderful Trip in America B. The Culture Shock Dr. Dong Experienced in America
C. An Important Meeting in America D. Courses About Culture Shock