2. How is Mary going to Tibet?
A. B. C.
3. Where is the girl going?
A. B. C.
4.Which sport does Tom prefer?
5.What does the man do?
A. A librarian B. A shopkeeper C. A student
6. What is Bruce going to do next?
A. Order the food. B. Do the cooking. C. Have breakfast.
7. Why is Mike late?
A. He got up late this morning.
B. He went to bed late last night.
C. He had an accident on the way. 中/华-资*源%库
8. What does the sign on the wall probably say?
A. NO PARKING. B. NO PHOTOS. C. NO SMOKING.
9. How does the woman feel now?
A. Much better. B. A little better. C. More tired.
10. Who has a bike?
A. Tony. B. Sally. C. Lily.
11. What are they talking?
A. Their homework and games.
B. Their happy school life.
C. Their summer vacations.
12. Who can swim?
A. Tina. B. Jeff. C. Both.
Visit to Mauritius(毛里求斯)
Country Mauritius is an island country with 13 around it.
Sports Beach volleyball, fishing and swimming
The most beautiful moment When you enjoy the beautiful 14 and clear seas, you may think you are in the heaven.
13. A. sea. B. mountain C. river
14. A. sunshine B. sunrises C. sunsets
15. A. English, French and German
B. English, Chinese and Japanese
C. English, French and Japanese
16. How many ways of shopping are mentioned in this passage?
A. Three B. Four C. Five
17. Why is the market in Thailand called “floating market”?
A. A large number of people come and go at the market.
B. People sell things on different streets every week.
C. People sell things from their boats.
18. What can you buy at the market on the Grand Place in Belgium?
A. Fresh fruit B. Clothes C. Flowers
19. When is the Sonora market in Mexico open?
A. It opens every day except Monday
B. It opens every day from early in the morning till late at night.
C. It opens every day from early in the morning till late in the afternoon
20. The Camden Market in England is NOT famous for _______.
A. Street fashion B. CDs C. Birds
21.Wu Yishu , _________ 16-year-old girl from Shanghai, won______final of this year’s Chinese Poetry Ziyuanku.com中/华-资*源%库
A .a, a B .a, the C. the, the D. the, a
22. — It’s dangerous to walk across the street carelessly.
— You’re right. We can’t be_____ careful while crossing the street.
A. so B. very C. too D. more
23. —We can save power by using air-conditioners less.
—______, turning off the computers when we do not use them is also a good way.
A. Moreover B. However C. Otherwise D. Anyway
24.South Korea’s former President Park Geun-hye(朴槿惠) ___________ prison for nearly two months.
A. has been in B. has been to C. has gone to D. has been put in
25.Can you believe that in _____rich countries there should be _____ many poor people?
A. so; so B. such; such C. such ; so D. so; such
26. —We must act now because time is __________.
—Yes. Let’s start.
A. cutting down B. running out C. pushing in D. handing out
27.—Do you often shop online?
—Yes. I have spent over 10 thousand yuan on Taobao and Suning _________ .
A. in the past few months B. last month
C. in the following month D. next few months
28. —Must I return the book on time?
—Yes, you________. But you_____come to our desk every time. Just renew it online.
A. need, have to B. must, don’t have to C. mustn’t, needn’t D. must, have to
29. — Wechat(微信) really influences people’s life.
— _________. It is easier for us to keep in touch with others.
A. Mainly B. Exactly C. Simply D. Mostly
30. Hao Jingfang won high ________ for her science fiction novel Folding Beijing《北京折叠》.
A. prizes B. praise C. award D. price
31. —Would you mind my opening the window?
—__________. It’s too cold outside the room now.
A. Never mind B. Better not C. I’m afraid you can’t D. Of course not
32. Mr Smith, together with his two sons, ________Shanghai for about five months.中/华-资*源%库
A. has left B. have left C.has been away from D. have been away from
33. — Compared with Hillary, Donald Trump(特朗普) is more likely a businessman rather than a
— Actually, Americans don’t like ______ Hillary ______ Trump, so it is hard for them to vote.
A. both, and B. neither, nor C. either, or D. not only, but also
34. My father ____________ dinner at restaurants last year, but now he usually comes back home from work and cooks supper for us.
A. used to have B. is used to have C. was used to have D. is used to having
35. —The secretary’s already on the way to the company, __________ she?
— __________. She was badly hurt in the accident and sent to the hospital.
A. hasn’t; Yes B. hasn’t; No C. isn’t; Yes D. isn’t; No
36. — Mmm, the meat __________ well and __________ good!
— Of course! You know my father is a good cook.
A. cooks; smells B. is cooked; is smelt C. is cooked; smells D. cooks; is smelt
37. It’s better to teach a man fishing than ________ him fish.
A. give B. giving C. to give D. offering
38. —Thank you very much for showing me how to use the computer. — ________.
A. No, thanks B. My pleasure C. That’s right D. With pleasure
39. —Please speak louder. My grandfather is a little ______. —Sorry. I ________.
A. blind; do B. disabled; won’t C. deaf; will D. deaf, won’t
40. —It is said that Mark made a lot of money at the stock（股票）market. I also want to have a try.
—There is a risk of doing this, _________________________.
A. the early bird catches the worm B. many hands make light work
C. actions speak louder than words D. don’t put all your eggs in one basket
A soldier was finally coming home after the war in Vietnam(越南). He 41 his parents from San Francisco. "Mom and Dad, I am coming home, but I have a friend that I'd like to bring home 42 me." "Sure," his parents answered. "We'd love 43 him."
"But there's something you should know." The son said, "He was hurt badly in the fighting. He lost an arm and a leg. He has 44 place to go, and I want him to come and live with us." "I'm sorry to hear that, son. Maybe we can help him find a place to live."
"No, Mom and Dad, I want him to live with us." "Son, " his father said, "you don't know 45 you're asking. Living with 46 person would make it very difficult for us. We have our own life to 47 , and we can't let 48 like this enter our lives. I think you should just come home and 49 about this man. He'll find a way to live 50 his own."
At that moment, the son hung(挂) up the 51 . The parents heard nothing more from him. A few days later, they 52 a call from San Francisco police. Their son died after 53 from a building. The police believed it was suicide(自杀). The 54 parents flew to San Francisco and saw the body of their son. They found him, but to their 55 , they also learned something else. Their son had only one arm and one leg.$来&源：ziyuanku.com
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42. A. for B. without C. at D. with
43. A. to meet B. meeting C. to chat D. chatting
44. A. not any B. no C. not D. none
45. A. what B. that C. who D. where
46. A. so B. so a C. such D. such a
47. A. play B. live C. visit D. watch
48. A. nothing B. anyone C. nobody D. no one
49. A. remember B. forget C. win D. reach
50 A. by B. for C. in D. on
51. A. phone B. letter C. post D. mail
52. A. accepted B. received C. reached D. saw
53. A. falling B. fell C. fall D. dropped
54. A. happy B. kind C. brave D. sad
55. A. joy B. interest C. surprise D. excite
Pack up and fly away
Hainan Island is a wonderful place of sun , sand and sea. It is in the south of China. It’s famous for its underwater beauty. Tianyahaijiao is also very famous .It attracts lots of tourists around the world every year.
Thailand is in the heart of Southeast Asia. Its capital Bangkok has some of Thailand’s greatest buildings like the Grand Palace(大皇宫). Chiang Mai(清迈) is a big city in Thailand . There are many historic temples there, such as theWat Phra Singh temple. The temple has a history of over 500 years.
This country is a land of beauty and diversity(多样性). It is famous for Sydney Opera and Ayers Rock(艾尔斯岩). Ayers Rock is 3,600 meters long and 348 meters high . What’s more , children can also see many animals here like koalas , kangaroos and sheep.
South Korea’s Jeju Island(韩国济州岛)
As a volcanic (火山)island, Jeju once was chosen as one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature .Not only that, Jeju attracts children with its Teddy Bear Museum. There, people show historical events with teddy bears.
( )56. The information above can’t be from _________________.
A. a magazine B. a storybook C. a newspaper D. a tour guidebook
( )57. Hainan Island is ____________________.
A. in the Indian Ocean B. in Europe C. in the south of China D. in Africa
( )58. If you like historic temples, you can go to _____________.
A. Hainan Island B. Thailand C. Australia D. South Korea’s Jeju Island
( )59. People in South Korea’s Jeju Island show historical events with ______________.
A. teddy bears B .toy cars C . heroes D. pictures
( )60. Australia is known for ____________.
A. the Grand Palace and the Wat Phra Singh temple
B. Sydney Opera and Ayers Rock
C. Tianyahaijiao and the underwater beauty
D. Teddy Bear Museum and a volcanic island
The Silk Road is a historically important international trade route between China and the Mediterranean Sea(地中海). It began during the Western Han Dynasty and has been a bridge between East and West for over 2,000 years.
The ancient road started from Chang’an (now Xi’an) and ended in Eastern Europe, near today’s Turkey and the Mediterranean Sea. It was about 6,500 kilometers long and went across one-fourth of the planet.
The Silk Road got its name in the 19th century because Chinese silk used to be carried along this road. Silk , jade , ceramics and iron went west to Rome. And from the West came glass, gems and food like carrots.
The Silk Road was very important to both China and the rest of the world. It was more than an ancient international trade route. Besides trade , knowledge about arts, science and literature , as well crafts and technologies was shared across the Silk Road . In this way, languages and cultures developed and influenced each other.
Today , China is trying to build the “21st Century Marine (海洋的)Silk Road ”. With the help of APEC held in Beijing in November 2014, the dream of the One Belt One Road(the “Silk Road Economic Belt” and “21st Century Marine Silk Road”)(一带一路) is coming true.
( ) 61. The underlined word “route” in Paragraph 1 probably means ___________________.
A. 方式 B. 路线 C. 成就 D. 关系
( ) 62. When did the Silk Road begin?
A. In the 19th century B. In the 18th century
C. During the Western Han Dynasty D. In the Eastern Dynasty
( ) 63. How long was the ancient Silk Road?
A. It was about 6,500 meters long. B. It was about 5,0000 kilometers long.
C. It went across one-third of the planet. D. It went across one-fourth of the planet.
( ) 64. Why was it named the Silk Road ?
A. Because Chinese silk was carried along this road.
B. Because Chinese silk was produced along this road.
C. Because things were traded from market to market along the road
D. Because the ancient traders bought and sold things along the road
( ) 65. It can be inferred from this passage that_______________________________
A. the Silk Road was the only an ancient international trade route
B. many new silk roads have been built by the Chinese government so far
C. the Silk Road was a very important line of communication connecting East and West
D. the Silk Road prevented the development of languages and cultures between East and West
Flow like the river of change
Little stream ran down from a high mountain through many villages and forests. Then it reached a desert. “I went through so many difficulties. I should have no problem crossing the desert,” she thought. As she started, she found herself slowly disappearing into the sand. After many tries, she still failed. “Maybe I can’t reach the ocean,’’ she said sadly to herself.
At this time, a deep voice said, “If a breeze（微风）can cross the desert, so can a river.” It was the voice of the desert. But the little stream answered, “That’s because a breeze can fly, but I cannot.”
“That’s because you can’t give up what you are. Let yourself evaporate（蒸发）into the breeze, and it can take you across.” said the desert, “Give up what I am now? No! No!” The little stream could not accept this idea. “The breeze can carry the vapor（蒸汽）across the desert and let it leave as rain. The rain will form a river again,” said the desert. “And whether you’re a river or vapor, your nature never changes.” Hearing this, the little stream went into the open arms of the breeze. It carried her to the next stage of her life.
The course of our lives is like the experience of the little stream. If you want to go through difficulties in your life to head for success, you should also change the way you are.
( ) 66.The little stream aimed to reach _____.
A. the forest B. the ocean C. the desert D. the river
( ) 67.The little stream _____ before she got to the desert.
A. didn’t meet much difficulty B. was worried about herself
C. knew well about the desert D. was confident about herself
( ) 68.At first, the little stream didn’t accept the desert’s advice because _____.
A. she failed many times B. she was afraid of the breeze
C. she wasn’t able to fly D. she wouldn’t give up what she was
( ) 69.The little stream finally crossed the desert by _____.
A. evaporating into the breeze B. forming a river
C. disappearing into the sand D. changing her nature
( ) 70.What does the story mainly tell us?
A. The road to success is not always easy and smooth.
B. Whatever others say, we should always be ourselves.
C. To succeed, we should change the way we are if necessary.
D. We may experience difficulty in life just like the little stream.
More and more people have phones today. Phone calls and messages help us easily keep in touch with others. It means that we seldom write letters now. But a TV show, Letters Alive (《见字如面》), is bringing back this old habit.
Letters Alive got its idea from a UK program W. Both shows invite famous actors and actresses, but there are no funny jokes or different competitions. Instead, it’s just one person walking up to a microphone and reading a letter.
The letters were written by people from different times in history. For example, in one episode (集) they read a letter written by famous writer Xiao Hong to her younger brother in 1941. The letter shows that Xiao Hong missed her brother so much and had great hopes for his future.
“Every letter opens up another world for us,” according to Guan Zhengwen, the director of the TV show. “It seems that we can experience the real lives and feelings of the writers.”
Since its first episode on Dec 5, Letters Alive has been widely praised. Many audience (观众) members said that it has provided a breath of fresh air to today’s TV shows.
Apart from(除了) Letters Alive, some other cultural TV shows have also been well received by Chinese audiences. They include Chinese Poetry Conference (《中国诗词大会》) —a classical Chinese poetry competition, and Readers(《朗读者》), a programme that invites people to read poems and articles they like or wrote.
“This means that our audiences are not only looking for entertainment (娱乐) like gossip (八卦) and eye-catching games,” reported China Youth Daily. “Cultural values and true feelings are the keys to winning praise.”
1. What does the old habit mean in the first paragraph?_______________________________
2. Who does the show invite to read letters? _______________________________________
3. When was the first episode of Letters Alive broadcast?______________________________
4. What do many audience members think Letters Alive provide to today’s TV shows?
5. What are important to be popular? _________________________________________
Each summer, you hear news that some sports players are sent to hospitals because it is too hot. Our bodies can’t be outside in the sun for a long time. So in hot summers, be careful about playing sports outside.
Firstly, to play sports safely in hot weather, you must drink water. Sports drinks are great for athletes, but they have so much sugar that they’ll dehydrate（使脱水）you more. However, drinking a few bottles of sports drinks will be good for you.
Secondly, be sure to take enough breaks to let your body rest. If your coach doesn’t let you do so in the heat, don’t wait until you feel uncomfortable. Just be honest with your coach when you need breaks.中/华-资*源%库
Thirdly, when you have a break, don’t sit in the sun. With the sun beating down on you, you’ll only heat up and sweat（冒汗）more. Take a seat under a tree, or even better, go indoors for a little while. Cooling yourself down can help you stay active longer.
Fourthly, remember that the earlier in the day you start your exercise, the cooler it will be. If you can start practice before the sun comes up, you have a few good hours to practice in the cool hours of the morning. Also, the earlier you practice, the earlier you can finish the exercise. If you need more practice time, come back to the field later in the evening when the sun is setting.
Last but not least, you should watch your food. Eat food which is high in water, starch（淀粉）and carbohydrate（糖类）, but be sure to get a good balance in your diet.
As long as you pay attention to the above, playing sports safely in the heat isn’t a difficult thing.
Title: How to keep 1 when playing sports in summer
Facts Some people do exercise 2 in the sun for long in hot summer.
Some sports players are sent to hospitals because the 3 is too high.
4 Drink water and play sports safely. But too many bottles of sports drinks may do 5 to you.
Take enough 6 during summer exercise. When you feel uncomfortable, let your coach know right now.
7 sitting in the sun when you have a rest. You’d better sit under a tree or go indoors for a while, which may help you keep active longer.
Choose a proper time for practice. Remember to exercise as 8 as possible to enjoy exercising on cool summer mornings. Sunset is a good choice as well.
Be careful with your 9 and have a balanced diet.
Conclusion The more you pay attention to the 10 , the safer you will be while playing outside in the heat!
1. ___________ 2. __________ 3. ___________ 4. ___________ 5. ___________
6. ___________ 7.___________ 8.____________ 9. ___________ 10. __________
1. I plan to visit several (岛屿) countries in the Pacific Ocean this summer.
2. The book's ______________（引言）is easy. I believe the students can understand it.
3. It is important for us to study hard, _____________（尤其）for students.
4. Dr. Ma as well as his __________（医疗）team cured many cases of blindness last year.
5. The UK is a____________(欧洲的) country. Like China, it also has a long history.
6. Wrestling,Dad is ___________ (excite) film I have ever seen.
7.All the children are often __________ (warn) not to swim alone in the river.
8. The result of the writing competition is still under __________ (discuss).
9. The charity show will be ___________(success) held in our school next Friday.
10. It is __________ (mean) for you to spend so much time playing computer games.
11.The clothes on the chair are the _________ (volunteer). Please look after them for him.
12.—Turn off the radio, dear. Baby is sleeping.
—There is no need. He _______ (wake) up.
13.Eternal Love(《三生三世十里桃花》), a popular Chinese web novel, ________ (translate) into
English and becomes popular among foreigners.
14. The driver’s____________(care)caused the traffic accident.
15. My purpose is not to win a prize but ___________(achieve) my dream.
How do students spend their spare time after finishing their homework? Watch TV, play computer games, or go outside to relax? Here’s a good e____1_____.
Tim and Kerry Meek are b_____2____ teachers. They live in the UK with their two daughters: eleven-year-old Amy and nine-year-old Ella. Recently, the Meek family has b____3_____ the focus(焦点) of the whole country after they completed 100 different outdoor activities in one year.
The Meek couple didn’t want their children to spend all their s____4_____ time in front of the TV and become “couch potatoes”. So about one year ago, the Meeks decided that watching TV and playing computer games were not a_____5____ . Instead, they set 100 tasks for the two girls to do outside. Although Mr. and Mrs. Meek are not outdoor activity fans, they took part in all the a___6______to encourage their daughters. In fact , the two sisters really had a good time joining activities.
Every holiday and weekend, whether it’s sunny, rainy o__7____snowy, the Meeks would set off to try the activities on their list, i___8______ hiking, sailing, climbing , skiing, and so on. The two little girls not only had a wonderful time, but also learned a lot of skills from the activities. They were even able to stand up in front of their school to make a s____9_____ for charity. “Our friends s____10_____a lot of their free time doing things which are harmful to their health. Luckily, we’ve had the chance to experience something different.”
1. ___________ 2. __________ 3. ___________ 4. ___________ 5. ___________
6. ___________ 7.___________ 8.____________ 9. ___________ 10. ___________
I would like to recommend my family for “Model Family” in our neighbourhood this year. There are five people in my family. They are my grandparents, my parents and me.
I hope we can get the award. I am looking forward to your answer.
1. M: What fine weather!
W: Yeah, and how will the weather be like tomorrow?
M: The radio says it will be rainy.
2. M: Mary, how are you going to Tibet for the summer vacation?
W: I planned to go there by train, but now I decided to go there by air.
3. W: Excuse me, could you tell me the way to the library?
M: It’s over there, across from the police station, near the restaurant.
4. W: Which sport do you prefer, Tom, fishing or swimming?
M: I prefer swimming to fishing.
5. W: Excuse me, I’d like to buy a detective story. Could you show me one?
M: Yes, this one is the most popular, I think.
6. M: It’s nearly 12 o’clock. I’m hungry, Mum.
W: But I’m busy now, Bruce, why not order some food on the Internet?
M: Good idea.
7. W: Mike, you are late again.
M: Sorry, I did my work and went to bed very late last night.
8. W: Can’t you see the sign on the wall, Mr. Turner?
M: Oh, sorry. I’ll stop smoking right now.
9. M: I heard you had got a cold. Are you feeling better today?
W: I don’t feel any better. In fact, I’m feeling much more tired.
10. W: Hi, Tony. Can I borrow your bike, please?
M: Sorry, I don’t have one. You may ask Lily. She has one.
M: Hello, Tina.
W: Hello, Jeff.
M: What did you do during your summer vacation?
W: I did my homework in the morning, and played games in the afternoon.
M: Did you sometimes go swimming in the afternoon?
W: No, I can’t swim. What about you?
M: I often went swimming in the afternoon. I like swimming a lot.
Have you ever thought about visiting a beautiful island? If you have such an idea, Mauritius is one of the best choices. The beach is the first place you should see. It’s an island country with sea around it. There you will see many people from all over the world. you will see people playing beach volleyball, fishing and swimming. When you feel tired, you can sit on the sand and drink a glass of cool orange juice. With its white beaches, beautiful sunsets and clear seas, everyone agrees that the beautiful island is a great place for visitors. The Mauritian people are friendly, too. English is their first language, but French and German are widely spoke there.
There are many ways of shopping. You can shop by telephone, by post and through your home computer, but for many people, the most exciting and traditional way is at a street market. You can find markets anywhere in the world.
Here are four of them:
There are many “Floating markets” in Asia. Perhaps the most unusual is in Thailand, at a place called Damnoen Saduak. It is open from six in the morning to noon every day. People sell things from their boats.
Many Belgians say that the Grand Place is the most beautiful square in the world. it is the home of a colourful flower market. It is open every day except Monday. On Monday, instead of flowers, there is a wonderful bird market.
One of the world’s most famous markets is in Mexico City – the Sonora Market. Here, you can buy toys, birds, herbs and medicine. There are all kinds of things. It’s open every day from the early in the morning till late at night.
In England, every weekend, thousands of young people from all over London travel to Camden Market--- it is the place to go for street fashion, CD and tapes. Many people also go there for fun.
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