--Itwasabeautiful, cloudless sunnydayattheend summer.
- --What's your brother?
- --He's a teacher. He art at a school。
--- Mary doesn’t remember when and where she this skirt.
--- Where’s Bob?
--- He_____ to the library.
|C．has gone||D．will go|
--- Would you like me to help you?
|A．Never mind||B．Well done|
|C．Yes, please||D．I’d love to|
--- Help yourself to some more soup.
|A．It doesn’t matter||B．It’s my pleasure|
|C．I’m full, thanks||D．Very well, thank you|
--- Do you know which room Tom lives?
- No. I don’t know the room______.
--- What are you talking about?
--- We are discussing ________.
|A．when will we go||B．where will we go|
|C．who will go with us||D．how will we go|
--- Are you going to buy the camera?
--- I ________, I don’t have money enough on me.
--- Why do you always put this book in your backpack?
--- Because this book ________ my interest in the study of history.
--- What do you think of Alice?
--- She’s a lively child and ________ with everyone of us.
--- Who is over there in the dark?
---_____. What you saw is just a chair.
--- Don’t let the desire（欲望）for money ________ your life.
--- You said it.
--- I don’t think I should stay in this house?
--- ______ why?
---Why are you so sad?
---The story of the poor girl _____ memories of my childhood.
|A．called up||B．called at|
|C．cared about||D．cared for|
The telephone rang in the police station at Richmond, California, US. “ station? A train for Santa Fe collided (相撞) a at the McDonald Street Crossing. Please come here at once. With an ambulance(救护车)，too. A man is badly wounded,” said a(n) voice of a young woman.
“OK. We’ll come soon. Please stay there and wait.” Replied the policeman.
Within a minute, a police car and an ambulance off. Soon they got to the crossing, but only to find everything was . No collision, no wounded man.
“What a dirty !” said the policeman angrily. “ We must find out that mischievous (恶作剧) and…”They had not been able to say anything about a when they heard the whistle of a train was nearing them quickly. All of a sudden, a truck appeared. It came towards them, too. When it was passing the crossing, it suddenly to move on. Right then and there, before the eyes of all the people present, the train collided with the truck heavily and struck it dozens of metres away.
When Randolph Bruce, the driver , was helped out of the damaged truck, he was badly wounded just as the young woman had foretold (预言) on the phone. As he was taken to hospital in time, he was at last. Later the police did whatever they could to the woman who had them, but failed.
It is really that a prophecy(预言) should agree with the fact so .
A．Weather B．Railway C．Fire D．Police
A．bus B．truck C．taxi D．train
A．sweet B．anxious C．beautiful D．low
A．turned B．took C．started D．walked
A．bad B．satisfied C．pleasant D．fine
A．call B．lie C．trick D．plan
A．policeman B．boy C．woman D．driver
A．reward B．praise C．thanks D．punishment
A．turning B．running C．starting D．passing
A．continued B．refused C．began D．stopped
A．saved B．dead C．awake D．alive
A．find B．meet C．punish D．thank
A．laughed B．telephoned C．repeated D．visited
A．exciting B．surprising C．pleasing D．interesting
A．equally B．truly C．exactly D．carefully
The above reading is most probably ________.
|A．a menu||B．a food report|
|C．an advertisement||D．a letter|
It’s clear that the restaurant ________.
|A．offers Chinese food|
|B．was set up 22 years ago|
|C．gets no awards at all|
|D．is good at cooking ducks|
At 12:00 pm, customers can ________.
|A．find the restaurant closed|
|B．have a good meal in the restaurant|
|C．enjoy the awards in the restaurant|
|D．make a phone call to order food|
The reading doesn’t tell us ________.
|A．the address of the restaurant|
|B．the price of food|
|C．the phone number of the restaurant|
|D．the way to order food|
Which country does the restaurant belong to?
“I believe you’re the right person to write an advice column (专栏) for the students called Dear Amy!” Jenny, editor of the school newspaper, said to Andy, who finally agreed to accept the job if Jenny promised not to tell it to anyone else.
At first it wasn’t too bad. Most of the letters he received were interesting and quite easy to answer. Then came a letter from a person named Joe.
“Dear Amy,” it began, “I’m in real trouble. I’ve wanted to be a songwriter all my life, but my parents won’t even let me take music lessons. I have a guitar, but they both get angry if I play. I’ve tried explaining, but they won’t listen. I feel sad. Should I run away from home? Maybe that will make my parents agree.” The letter signed “Joe”.
Andy thought about this letter for a long time. Should he advise someone to run away from home? Probably not. But didn’t Joe have a right to be a songwriter if he wanted to? Andy thought hard, but couldn’t think out a good answer. Andy couldn’t sleep. He just worried about poor Joe.
At a bar a few days later, Eleanor, a girl in Andy’s math class, sat down next to him and asked, “ What’s wrong with you? You look a little worried.”
“I guess I do,” said Andy.
“If you got an problem, why don’t you try writing to Dear Amy about it?” asked Eleanor.
Andy sighed; but she continued, “in fact, I guess Dear Amy is rather busy with other problems. She still hasn’t answered the phony letter I wrote her last week. You’d better read it – it may even make the most hard-hearted person cry! It was supposed to be from a songwriter named Joe.”
Andy might be ______.
|A．an editor of the school newspaper|
|C．a math teacher|
|D．a doctor in the school|
It’s clear “Dear Amy” ______.
|A．helps students who want to run away from home|
|B．answers letters from the students|
|C．writes songs for the students|
|D．meets readers at a bar|
It seemed to be easy for Andy to do the job until _____.
|A．he changed his name|
|B．received a letter signed “Joe’|
|C．he met Eleanor at a bar|
|D．his name was well-known|
In the letter Joe says that ______.
|A．his parents don’t know about music|
|B．his classmates don’t understand him|
|C．he would stay away from his parents|
|D．he would obey his parents|
The underlined word “ phony ” perhaps means ______.
My aunt Edith was a widow (寡妇) of 50, working as a secretary, when doctors discovered what was thought to be a very serious heart disease.
Aunt Edith doesn’t accept defeat (击败) easily. She began studying medical reports in the library and found an article in a magazine about a well-known heart surgeon (外科医生), Dr. Michael DeBakey, of Houston, Texas. He had saved the life of someone with the same disease. The article said Dr. DeBakey’s fees were very high; Aunt Edith couldn’t possibly pay them. But could he tell her of someone whose fee she could pay?
So Aunt Edith wrote to him. She simply listed her reasons for wanting to live: her three children, who would be on their own in three or four more years, her little girl was dreaming of traveling and seeing the world. There wasn’t a word of self-pity----only warmth and humor and the joy of living. She mailed the letter, not really expecting an answer.
A few days later, my doorbell rang. Aunt Edith didn’t wait to come in; she stood in the hall and read aloud: “Your beautiful letter moved me very deeply. If you can come to Houston, there will be no charge for either the hospital or the operation. Signed—Michael DeBakey.”
That was seven years ago. Since then, Aunt Edith has been around the world. Her three children are happily married. For her age, she is one of the youngest, most alive people I know----all because of an open heart surgeon who knew how to honor his profession, and how to open his own heart.
We learn from the reading that ________.
|A．the heart disease was hard to deal with at that time|
|B．some doctors also could save Aunt Edith’s life|
|C．Aunt Edith’s children worried about their mother|
|D．Aunt Edith finally died when she was 57|
The underlined word charge is the closest in meaning to ________.
Aunt Edith didn’t really expect an answer because ________.
|A．she didn’t know Dr. DeBakey’s exact address|
|B．Dr. DeBakey was too busy to write a letter|
|C．she didn’t tell the doctor her trouble|
|D．she thought the doctor didn’t care about the poor|
Dr. DeBakey promised to help Aunt Edith in order to ________.
|A．make himself better-known|
|B．make her dream come true|
|C．honor his profession|
|D．help the children live better|
Which is the best title of the passage?
|A．A Lucky Widow||B．A Successful Operation|
|C．An Unexpected Answer||D．A Full-loved Letter|
I need a new jacket. This one doesn’t ________ the cold.
My shoes were really ________. They only cost 10 dollars.
Wait before you buy that cell phone. Let’s ________ prices at another store.
His uncle took him out to dinner at an ________ restaurant, and the food was very delicious.
Working hard at English can ________ you to a wonderful world.
One day, I was walking along Fifth Avenue. Suddenly I remembered that I n to buy a pair of socks. I turned into the first sock shop that c my eye, and a boy clerk came forward.
“What can I do for you, sir?” “I wish to buy a pair of socks.” His eyes shone. There was a note of passion（饱含激情的口气） in his v . “Did you know that you have come into the f place in the world to buy socks?” I really didn’t know that, because I came here accidentally. “Come with me,” said the boy.
I followed him and he began to i all kinds of socks. “H on, I am going to buy only one pair!” “I know that,” said he, “but I want you to see how beautiful they are. Aren’t they w ?” There was a serious expression on his face, as if he were talking about his belief.
I became far more i in him than in the socks. I looked at him and said, “My friend, if you can k up this excitement day after day, in ten years you will o every sock in the United States.”
And now he has become the CEO of the biggest sock shop in the world.
3. 参考词汇：hobby 爱好； be willing to 愿意； surf the internet 上网
Fellow students, I’m glad to tell you something about my friend, Li Ming.