The right pronunciation of the word “discover” is .
A. [dis＇gʌə(r)] B. [dis＇kʌə(r)] C. [dis＇kauvə(r)]
Tea was invented by _______ accident.
A. an B. the C. ＼
The boy always makes _______ cry.
A. she B. her C. hers
Our classroom must______every day.
A. clean B. be cleaned C. is cleaned
I eat five meals a day. I have _____ 5 pounds.
A. put on B. put up C. put in
The hall is ______ to hold one hundred people.
A. enough big B. big enough C. as big
This dictionary______ Ellen’s. Look, her name is on it.
A. must be B. can’t be C. might be
—When ________ the telephone ________?
A. is; invented
B. did; invented
C. was; invented
Students are supposed _______ school uniforms on school days.
A. wear B. to wear C. wearing
When we got to the hospital, Mary _______ there.
A. left B. has left C. had left
________ interesting story it is! We all fall in love with it.
A. How B. What a C. What an
I love the singers _______ write their own songs.
A. whom B. whose C. who
Jill still went to school _______ she was ill yesterday.
A. even though B. no matter C. as soon as
Emily from America asked .
A. we would have a holiday on Christmas Day
B. whether people celebrated Thanksgiving Day in China
C. that his father will come back on Spring Festival
—Thank you for taking me around your school, Daming.
A.My pleasure B. OK C. Don’t thank me
A poor young man stood at a gate of the railway station, playing his violin. Many people put money into the ________ lying in front of him.
The next day, the young man came to the ________ of the railway station again. He ________ a large piece of paper on the ground. It said, “Last night, a gentleman named George Sand put something ________into my hat by mistake. Please come soon, Mr. Sand.”
About half an hour later, a middle-aged man ran to the young man and said, “It’s you! You do come here. I know that you are honest and will ________ come here.” The young man asked, “Are you Mr. George Sand? Did you lose anything?” “A lottery(奖券) ticket,” answered the middle-aged man. The young man took out a lottery ticket and gave it to the man.
The prize of the lottery ticket was worth $ 500,000. Yesterday when the middle-age man knew he ________ , he was very happy. He took out 50 dollars and put it in the hat. However, the lottery ticket was also ________ in.
Someone asked the young man, “Why didn’t you just ________ the prize of the lottery ticket for yourself?” The young man said, “________I don’t have much money, I live happily. But if I lose ________ , I won’t be happy forever.”
A. hat B. bag C. basket
A. street B. window C. gate
A. looked at B. put off C. took out
A. strange B. important C. dirty
A. certainly B. never C. sometimes
A. lost B. won C. fell
A. filled B. pulled C. thrown
A. take B. borrow C. do
A. Because B. Although C. Since
A. job B. pleasure C. Honesty
Emily and Alex were happy when their family moved to a house with a very big garden. They liked to watch the birds flying among the trees in the garden. They even started to put food out to attract more birds. Everything was fine for a few days until one afternoon there was a strange bumping noise (碰撞声) on a window. Emily went outside and found a small bird dead on the grass.
During the next month, five more birds died in the same way. “Why would they fly to the windows?” they wondered. Finally they found out the truth. When the birds were flying, they couldn’t see into the rooms. All they saw was the reflection(反射) of the garden.
The family tried keeping curtains(窗帘)across the windows, but this made the room dark. Then they bought some strong black paper and cut out the shape of a hawk. They made six hawks – one for each window. They stuck the hawks to the windows. When the birds saw the hawks, they would fly away. After that, there were no more dead birds.
They put food out to attract birds because they .
A. had a special garden for birds
B. wanted to see more birds in the garden
C. had much food to feed the birds
birds died in the garden.
A. 4 B. 5 C. 6
The birds flew to the windows because ________.
A. they found the windows clean
B. they fought for more food
C. all they saw was the reflection of the garden.
The underlined word “hawk” means in Chinese.
A. 鹰 B. 丛林 C.山脉
What is the story mainly about?
A. Why the birds died in the garden.
B. The family that were good at paper-cutting.
C. How the family saved the birds in the garden.
|Hong Kong Harbor Cruise(海港游) By Night
|Enjoy your wonderful dinner on the ferry(渡口) and see the fantastic city lights.
TIME: 7:00 pm PRICE: With dinner
Adult: HK$300 Child under 12:HK$210
START/STOP: Kowloon Public Pier / Near Star Ferry Pier
TICKET OFFICE: Star Company (123 Canton Road )
NOTICE: No swimming.
Jim is 10, if he wants to have dinner with his parents on the ferry, they will pay ______.
A. HK$810. B. HK$684. C. HK$510.
Where can they buy the tickets?
A. Kowloon Public Pier.
B. Near Star Ferry Pier.
C. Star Company
What can’t they do on the ferry?
A. Enjoy the wonderful dinner.
B. See the fantastic city lights.
I’m very sorry that you have a bad cold. Don’t worry about things at school. I will give the students lessons instead of you. Our headmaster said that you school stay home and rest until you feel better.
Take care of yourself!
What do you know from the letter?
A. Glen worries about his lessons.
B. Josie is not feeling well today.
C. Josie is ill at hospital.
Which statement is true?
A. Josie and Glen are students.
B. Josie is a student and Glen is her teacher.
C. Josie and Glen are both teachers.
Teenagers and adults can learn a lot from volunteering. Here are some great places for them to volunteer.
Teens working in hospitals can get job experience in the medical field. They also have the chance to work with people and learn some social skills. Adults, especially retired adults, volunteering in hospitals can get the chance to stay healthy and spend their free time.
For teens, volunteering in a nursing home can help them realize how they should respect the old. For working adults, it’s a chance to share work skills in a special way. There they can help teach computer classes, art or dance to keep the old happy and satisfied.
Museums are always looking for volunteers. They need office workers to serve the visitors or help clean the rooms. And they prefer museum docents (讲解员) who know a lot about how the museums work.
Remember wherever you volunteer, be willing to do anything without being asked. Then you can get the most out of volunteering.
Some great places to volunteer
|Teens: get job experience; work with people and learn some
Retired adults: to and spend their free time.
|Teens: learn how to ________________ the old
Adults: share work skills and keep the old
|Teens and adults: volunteer to be office workers and museum docents.
Nowadays, computers and Internet are playing an important part in our life. We usually need to set passwords(密码) when we use computers and Internet. In order to keep our accounts (账户)and personal information safe, we must learn how to set safe passwords.
Experts have some useful advice for you. You’d better remember them. First, make your password out of capital(大写的)letters. It only takes a hacker(黑客)10 minutes to work out a 6-letter password made of small letters. But the same password in capital letters takes 10 hours to work out. Second, add numbers or symbols to your password. It may be much safer. Third, never use personal information for passwords and use different passwords for different accounts. At last, a user should change his or her passwords every 90 days. In this way, hackers won’t guess your passwords.
What do we usually need to do when we use computers and Internet?
Why must we learn how to set safe passwords?
How many pieces of advice are given to us by the experts?
Is it safe to use personal information for passwords?
How often should a user change his or her passwords?
We live in a small town and almost everyone knows each other. 这里过去很安静。However, these days,something unusual is happening in our town. Victor, a teacher at my school, is really nervous.When he was interviewed by the town newspaper, he said, “Every night we hear strange noises outside our window.My wife thinks that it could be an animal, but my friend and I think it must be teenagers having fun.我的父母给警察打了电话，but they found nothing strange. They think it might be the wind. I don’t think so!”
Lucy: Hello, Mary! You look so upset. ?
Mary: I’m afraid of the coming English test.
Lucy: What is your difficulty?
Mary: I don’t know how to get the pronunciation right.
Lucy: Have you studied with a group?
Mary: .But it is useless for me.
Lucy: What about listening to tapes? You’d better follow the tape and do lots of listening practice.
Mary: . I’ll try that. But ?
Lucy: You can improve your writing skills by keeping an English diary everyday.
Mary: I’ll do as you tell me. Thank you so much.
根据表格内容，以“How I’ve changed”为题，谈谈你的成长变化。
|In the past
|short, heavy, long hair
|tall, strong, short hair, wear glasses
|shy and quiet
|active and outgoing
|watch TV, surf the Internet
|play sports, communicate with parents
How I’ve changed
Time goes by, I grow up every day. Of course I have changed a lot in the last few years. Now let me show you my changes.