（ ）6. A．Canada. B．Chinese. C．Australia.
（ ）7. A．Thank you. B．No, it isn’t. C．Really?
（ ）8. A．By asking the teacher for help. B．By bus.
C．By the window.
（ ）9. A．She is used to getting up early. B．She used to be outgoing.
C．Yes, she did.
（ ）10. A．It’s made of glass. B．It’s made in China.
C．It’s made by hand.
（ ）11. When was the telephone invented?
A．In 1876, B．In 1885. C． In 1927.
（ ）12.Who was the telephone invented by?
A．Edison. B．Alexander Bell. C．Newton.
（ ）13. Where is Henry going?
A．To stay at home. B．To his hometown.
C．To his school.
（ ）14. What are they talking about?
A．A vacation plan. B．Go to see their grandparents.
C．Visit the friends.
（ ）15. Who are going shopping?
A．Dad and Katie. B．Mom and Katie.
C．Grandma and Katie.
（ ）16.Does the grandma like a bag or flowers?
A．Yes, she does. B．A bag. C．Flowers.
（ ）17. What will probably be the gift for the girl’s mom?
A．Flowers. B．Bags. C．Shoes.
（ ）18. How long haven’t the two speakers seen each other?
A．For twenty years. B．For thirteen years. C．For ten years.
（ ）19. What did Kate use to be like?
A．Tall and thin. B．Tall and fat. C．Short and thin.
（ ）20. What did Paul use to do after school?
A．Play basketball. B．Play football. C．Go the movies.
In formation about a talk
Speaker Mr Black, a famous 21
Time 23 on Saturday evening
Experiences Travelled through 24 different countries
About All his experiences in 25
（ ）21. A．actor B．student C．writer
（ ）22. A．in the library B．in the hall C．at a university
（ ）23. A．at 7:15 B．at 7:30 C．at 7:45
（ ）24. A．three B．five C．seven
（ ）25. A．England B．Africa C．China
（ ）26.He used to late. But now he is used to early.
A．sleep; get up B．sleep; getting up
C．sleeping; get up D．sleeping; getting up
（ ）27.Teenagers should to take care of themselves from a young age.
A．teach B．be teaching C．have taught D．be taught
（ ）28. Jim still went to school she was ill yesterday.
A．even though B．no matter C．as long as D．so that
（ ）29.—What do you think of my shirt? It cotton.
—It looks comfortable on you.
A．is made in B．is made of C．is made for D．is made by
（ ）30.— do you improve your writing?
—I improve it keeping a diary in English.
A．How; with B．What; with C．How; by D．What; by
（ ）31.—Have you ever practice to foreigners?
—Oh, yes. It improves my skills.
A．speak; speak B．speaking; speak
C．speak; speaking D．speaking; speaking
（ ）32.A lot of trees around here every year and we can enjoy fresher air now.
A．plant B．is planted C．were planted D．are planted
（ ）33.—Would you like to be a volunteer to help clean the room?
A．That’s easy B．With pleasure
C．Not at all D．Of course not
（ ）34.My friend always encourages me trying and never give up whenever I’m in trouble.
A．keep B．stop C．to stop D．to keep
（ ）35.—She is afraid of the dark.
— . I never go out at night.
A．That’s OK. B．Thank you. C．Me, too. D．Good luck.
（ ）36.Could you please tell me .
A．Where is the library B．Where the library is
C．Where was the library D．the library was where
（ ）37.—How you’ve changed!
—Yes! I’ve five pounds.
A．put on B．put off C．put in D．put out
（ ）38. should be allowed to do homework with their friends.
A．Sixteen year olds B．Sixteen-years-olds
（ ）39.He avoided mistakes by taking notes.
A．made B．making C．to make D．makes
（ ）40.Your parents will you if you study hard and get good grades at school.
A．are proud of B．be proud of
C．take pride for D．take proud in
People all over the world celebrate the new year. However, not all countries celebrate in the same way, and in some countries, the new year doesn’t begin on the 41 date(日期) every year.
In many countries, the new year begins on 1st January, but people start celebrating on 31st December, New Year’s Eve. In New York many people go to celebrate in Times Square. 42 they’re waiting for the New Year, they listen to music, sing traditional songs and have fun. Just before 12 o’clock, everyone 43 down from 10: 10, 9, 8… As soon as it’s 12 o’clock, everyone shouts very 44 , “Happy New Year!”
New Year’s Day is often a family day. Some families get together for a special meal. When the weather is fine, many families go out for a 45 .
On New Year’s Day, many people make resolutions for the new year. They 46 a list of things, such as “I will help out more with housework. I will work 47 at school than others.” or “I won’t spend so much time playing video games.” When they have made 48 list, they read it to their family or friends and promise to 49 their resolutions.
So it doesn’t matter how they celebrate, 50 people in countries all over the world, it’s a time to say goodbye to the old year, and to welcome the new.
（ ）41.A．familiar B．same C．important D．normal
（ ）42.A．If B．Even though C．While D．Before
（ ）43.A．comes B．turn C．looks D．counts
（ ）44.A．loudly B．quietly C．sadly D．safely
（ ）45.A．walk B．secret C．job D．treatment
（ ）46.A．put on B．write down C．take away D．look after
（ ）47.A．quickly B．hard C．harder D．hardly
（ ）48.A．its B．his C．her D．their
（ ）49.A．follow B．make C．do D．give
（ ）50.A．by B．for C．with D．from
Have you heard about paper-cutting? Paper-cutting is an important art form in China. Paper-cuts were used for many purposes, and everything can become the theme of paper-cuts, from people to the things that can be found in everyday life such as birds, flowers and animals.
Each paper-cut brings out the personal ideas of the author (作者). People express traditional culture or their own feelings with different styles of paper-cuts. For example, when someone marries, we put up some red paper-cuts on the wall, dressing table or other furniture to express our best wishes.
It is easy to learn paper-cutting but very difficult to make it perfect. We need a long-time practice to learn how to use the scissors and how to paint. Moreover, we need to learn some cutting skills.
At present, in many parts of China, paper-cutting skill has become a must for women and a symbol of a clever mind.
（ ）51. Not everything can become the theme of paper-cuts.
（ ）52. People express traditional culture or their own feelings with the same paper-cut.
（ ）53. It is not easy to make a perfect paper-cut.
（ ）54. When we learn paper-cutting, we don’t need to learn cutting skills.
（ ）55. Women must learn paper-cutting skills in many places of China.
In China , more and more middle school students are getting shorter sleeping time than before. Most students sleep less than nine hours every night, because they have much homework to do. Some homework is given by their teachers, and some by their parents. Also, some students don't know how to save time. They are not careful enough while they do their homework, so it takes them a lot of time. Some students spend too much time watching TV or playing computer games. They stay up (熬夜) very late. Some students have to get up early every morning on weekdays to get to school on time by bus or by bike. It can be a long way from home to school.
Schools and parents should cut down some of the homework so that our children can enjoy more than nine hours of sleep every night for their health. For children, we should make best use of our time. When we have enough time for sleeping, we will find it much better for both our study and health.
（ ）56.What makes most students sleep less than nine hours every night?
A. Watching TV. B. Playing computer games.
C. Doing their homework. D. Doing housework.
（ ）57.Who else gives children some homework to do except（除了） their teachers?
A.Their parents. B. Other students.
C.The children themselves. D. Nobody else.
（ ）58.How many hours of sleep is good for students' health?
A. Less than 9 hours. B. Over 9 hours.
C. Only 9 hours. D.8 hours.
（ ）59.What would happen to a student who often goes to bed late and gets up early?
A.He would fall asleep in class.
B. He would do well in study.
C.He would finish his homework fast.
D. He would have good health.
（ ）60.Which of the following is NOT true?
A.Some students are so careless that they spend lots of time on their homework.
B.All the students stay up late for their homework.
C.Chinese should be given less homework.
D. Schools and parents should take care of children.
What is your favorite holiday? Here are some students’ opinions.
Sandy from Taiwan says:
My favorite holiday is the Mid-Autumn festival. I always visit my grandfather and grandmother, and we always go to the same restaurant on the mountain to hold jubilation(举行庆祝活动). At night, we always have a barbecue, and watch the moon together. I enjoy it a lot. Zhenia from Ukraine says:
My favorite day is New Year’s Day. We celebrate the new year on the 31st of December. Father Frost comes with his granddaughter on that night. He puts his presents under the New Year Tree. We have a party and stay up until midnight to see the New Year in and the Old Year off. We cook delicious food for the party. People also celebrate Old New Year in our country. It is on the 14th of January.
Yagna from India says:
My favorite day is Deepavali(屠妖节), which is also called Festival of Lights. People do some cleaning at home and light their oil lamps to thank for the defeat of the bad king. To celebrate it, we also eat sweets and delicious food, wear new clothes, and give presents to our friends and relatives.
Pat from Thailand says:
My name is Pat. My favorite holiday is Songkran. It takes place from the 13th to 15th of April. On the holiday people pour water on each other. It is a lot of fun. People also buy new clothes and they have big parties.
( ) 61. What is Sandy’s favorite holiday?
A. The Mid-Autumn festival. B. New Year's Day.
C. Deepavali. D. Songkran.
( )62. The underlined word “jubilation” is closest in meaning to “________”.
A. hope B. celebration C. present D. exercise
( )63. What does the underlined word “Songkran” probably mean in Chinese?
A. 音乐会 B. 新年 C. 中秋节 D. 泼水节
( )64. In order to celebrate Deepavali, we can ________.
A. eat sweets and delicious food B. weal new clothes
C. give presents to others D. all of the above
( ) 65. Where does Zhenia come from according to the passage?
A. Taiwan． B. India． C. Ukraine． D. Thailand．
The world is an interesting place. Different people like different things. Some people like loud music. Other people don’t. 66._______
Many people like sports, but they do not all like the same sports. In some countries, cricket(板球运动) is a very popular sport. In other countries it is not popular at all. No one plays it or watches it on TV. However, most people like soccer. The World Cup is very popular. 67_______.
Different people like different foods. Some people do not like meat.
68.______ Some people do not like potatoes or bread. They prefer rice.
69._______ Most people have their favorite colors. Some people like bright colors. Others prefer pale colors.
Many people like traveling. Different people like different places. Some people like to go to the countryside. They like the fresh air. Some people like to go to the cities. Because they like shopping. 70._______
What do you like? Have you got an idea?
66． 67． 68．
71．The little girl makes her mother happy by (dance)for her.
72．The boy should be allowed (play)after dinner.
73．We must pay attention to (protect)the earth.
74．Our classroom is very clean, because it (clean)two times a day.
75．After hearing the bad news, Linda went out of the room in (silent).
76． , the teacher has taught for ten years.(据我所知)
77．Everyone the ability to do everything well.（天生具有）
78．Mary shouldn’t (顶嘴)though she is angry with her mother.
79．Paper cutting is a kind of traditional folk art. ( )
80．Helen hangs out with her friends on weekends from time to time.( )
当我们回顾过去，当我们翻看过去的相册，猛然发现自己在不知不觉发生许多变化。请根据以上提示，以“How I’ve changed”为题写一篇英语作文。
How I’ve changed
1．I watch TV on weekends.
2．Look! My mother is cooking.
3．Fruit is good for our health.
4．I like reading. Books are my good friends.
5．Katie has just cleaned the floor. It looks so bright.
6．What’s your favorite subject?
7．How beautiful your school is?
8．Excuse me, how do you study English?
9．What was Lucy like last year?
10．What is the pair of glasses made of?
W：Hi, Allan, do you know the useful invention “telephone”?
M：Of course, I know it very well.
W：Then I wonder who the telephone was invented by and when the telephone was invented?
M：Oh, it’s a piece of cake. As far as I know, the telephone was invented by Alexander Bell in 1876.
W：I see, thank you, Allan.
W：Hi, where are you going next holiday?
M：Our hometown with my brother.
W：What else are going to do, Henry?
M：We are going to see our grandparents.
M：Katie, let’s go shopping today!
W：OK, Dad! What for?
M：Well, Mother’s Day is just a few days away.
W：Oh, we have to get something for Grandma. She always likes new bags. She would like a pretty new bag, I think.
M：But dear, what about your own mother?
W：Er…I don’t really know. Do you have any idea, Dad?
M：I know she likes flowers.
W：Yeah, we will buy some roses for her.
W：Paul, is that you?
M：Yes, I haven’t seen you for years, Kate! You used to be short and thin, didn’t you?
W：Yes, I did. Not I’m tall and kind of fat.
M：Twenty years has passed. Both of us have changed.
W：That’s true .
M：You used to have short hair like a boy. And you used to be really outgoing. We loved to play with you.
W：Yeah. I used to play football with you after school. And we used to go to the movies together on Sundays.
M：What happy memories!
There will be a talk in our university at 7:30 this Saturday evening. The talk will be given by a famous writer Mr Black. He teaches at a university in England and has just returned from Africa. My black has travelled through three different countries, experienced different cultures and met lots of interesting people, including a famous actor. He will talk about his experiences in Africa. I’m sure you will find it interesting and I hope you can have a wonderful evening.
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11-15A B B A A ： 16-20：A A A C B
21-25：C C B A B
26-30：B D A B C 31-35：D D B D C 36-40：B A C B B
41-45：B C D A A 46-50：B C D A B
51-55：F F T F T
56-60：C A B A B 61-65： A B D A C
66-70：A C E B G
71．dancing 72．to play 73．protecting 74．is cleaned 75． silence
76．As far as I know 77．is born with 78．talk back
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