1．A. We go to school on Monday.
B. We go to school on Friday.
C. We go to school on Weekdays.
2．A. The computer can't give us much help.
B. We can do lots of things with the help of the computer.
C. We can't live without the computer.
6．A. Look, I've bought a new watch.
B. Oh, it's still early.
C. It's a quarter to nine.
7．A. That's a good idea. Let's make a plan for the journey.
B. What do you think of it?
C. The Great Wall is the longest wall in the world.
8．A. It was all right.
B. It was cloudy.
C. It was dark.
9．A. It doesn't matter.
B. Don't be so serious.
C. I'm sorry. I got up late again.
10．A. Last week.
B. In the library.
C. Very interesting.
11．A. My birthday.
12．A. In the super market.
B. In the classroom.
C. In the cinema.
13．A. She watched a table tennis match.
B. She played table tennis.
C. She saw a film.
14．A. She is reading.
B. She is writing.
C. She is drawing.
15．A. The report on the radio.
B. The war on Iraq（伊拉克）.
C. The life of the president of Iraq.
16．The teacher told the pupils ________.
A. to keep quiet after class
B. not to draw on the wall
C. not to stand against the wall
17．After the class was over, David ________.
A. went back home
B. picked up a piece of chalk
C. drew a sun on the wall
18．When David noticed the teacher coming, ________.
A. he covered the drawing with his back
B. he cleaned the wall with his hand
C. he turned around and ran away
19．What did David find on the wall after the teacher left?
A. He found a sun on the wall.
B. He found a picture on the wall.
C. He found nothing on the wall.
20．Where was David's drawing at last?
A. It was on the wall.
B. It was on David's back.
C. It was taken away by his teacher.
21．—Must I get up early tomorrow?
A. you mustn't B. I don't think you have to
C. you can't D. you need
22. The little girl was too frightened ________ a word.
A. not to tell B. not to say C. to tell D. to say
23．The ticket is on the floor, please ________.
A. pick up it B. look for C. pick it up D. look it up
24．—I'm sorry to keep you waiting for me so long.
A. I don't think so B. Don't say so
C. It doesn't matter D. I'd love to
25．My watch doesn't work. I must have it ________.
A. repaired B. repairs C. repair D. repairing
26．We'll go for a picnic if it ________ this Sunday.
A. won't rain B. isn't raining C. doesn't rain D. don't rain
27．Stop ________ so much noise! My father is sleeping.
A. to make B. making C. to hear D. hearing
28．—Do you mind my taking this place?
— ________ . It's for Mr. Smith.
A. Not at all B. Yes, please
C. Yes, of course not D. Better not
29．The number of ________ in our class ________ fifty.
A. student, is B. the students, are
C. the students, is D. students, are
30．Old people must ________.
A. be spoken to politely B. speak to polite
C. be spoken politely D. speak polite
31．—What are you going to do this Saturday?
—I ________ yet.
A. haven't decided B. won't decide
C. am not decided D. didn't decide
32．—Don't forget to give my best wishes to your mother.
A. No, I won't B. OK, I will C. Yes, I won't D. Yes, I do
33．Would you please speak slowly? I can hardly ________ you.
A. talk with B. agree with C. follow D. hear of
34．—I'm sorry for being late. I wanted to be here earlier, but the traffic was too heavy.
A. Glad to hear that B. That's right
C. Thank you all the same D. Never mind
35．—Where can't you see the sign "Business Hours 8∶00—18∶00"?
A. In a library B. In a shop C. In a bank D. In a school
36．The teacher told the boys ________ in the street.
A. not play B. not to play C. don't play D. don't to play
37．Mr. Black comes from America, and he has studied Chinese in China for 5 years. So you can talk with him ________.
A. either in English or in Chinese B. not in Chinese but in English
C. just in English, not in Chinese D. neither in Chinese nor in English
38．—What's wrong with your uncle, Jack?
—He is ill. A doctor ________.
A. has to look for B. is being operated on
C. must ask for D. has just been sent for
39．Do you know ________ over there?
A. what happens B. what was happened
C. what is happening D. what did happen
40．Two mirrors are placed right angles（直角） to each other, and a clock is put in front of the mirror like the picture. The clock is placed facing the mirror like the picture. A person standing in front of the other mirror will see the time is ________.
A. 2∶35 B. 9∶25 C. 1l∶20 D. 5∶50
For several years, Americans have enjoyed teleshopping - watching TV and buying things by phone. Now teleshopping is starting in Europe. In some 41 countries, people can turn on their 42 and shop for clothes, jewelry, food, toys and 43 things.
Teleshopping is becoming popular in Sweden. 44 , the biggest Swedish company sells different kinds of things on TV in fifteen European countries, and in one year, it makes $10 million. In France, there are two teleshopping channels, and the French 45 about $ 20 million a year in buying things through those channels.
In Germany, 46 last year teleshopping was only possible on one channel for one hour every day. Then the government allowed more teleshopping. Other channels can 47 for telebusiness, including the largest American teleshopping company and a 24 - hour teleshopping company. German 48 are hoping these will help them sell more things.
Some people like teleshopping because it allows them to do their shopping without 49 . With all the traffic problems in cities, going shopping is not an easy thing. But at the same time, other Europeans 50 like this new way of buying things. They call 51 "junk（垃圾） on the air. " Many Europeans usually worry about the quality（质量） of the things 52 on TV. They think high quality is the most important thing, and they don't believe they can be sure about the quality of the things 53 .
The need of high quality means that European teleshopping companies will have to be 54 the American companies. They will have to be more careful about 55 of the things they sell. They will also have to work harder to sell things that the buyers cannot touch or see by themselves.
43．A. some else
B. another many
C. the other
D. many other
44．A. Such as
B. For example
C. For teleshopping
D. It is like
D. turn on
49．A. to go out
B. going out
C. to buy things
D. buying things
B. coming out
C. for sale
D. to buy
53．A. in the shop
B. on TV
C. they bought
D. by this way
54．A. the same with
B. different from
C. as big as
D. larger than
55．A. the number
B. the quality
C. the places
D. the buyers
Mr. and Mrs. Smith had always spent their summer holidays in New Jersey（新泽西）in the past, staying in a small inn（旅店）at the foot of a hill.
One year, however, Mr. Smith made a lot of money in his business, so they decided to go to London and stay at a really good hotel while they went touring around that famous city.
They flew to London and arrived at their hotel late one evening. They had expected that they would have to go to bed hungry, because in that small inn in New Jersey, no meals were served after seven. They were surprised when the waiter asked whether they would take dinner there that night. "Are you still serving dinner?" asked Mr. Smith. "Yes, certainly, sir , " answered the waiter. "We serve it until half past nine. "
"What are the times of meals then?" asked Mr. Smith. "Well, sir, " answered the waiter. "We serve breakfast from seven to half past eleven in the morning, lunch from twelve to three in the afternoon, tea from four to five, and dinner from six to half past nine. "
"But that hardly leaves any time for us to see the sights of London. " said Mr. Smith.
56．Mr. and Mrs. Smith had always spent their holidays in ________.
A. New York B. London C. New Jersey D. Washington
57．When Mr. and Mrs. Smith had a lot of money, they decided to go to ________.
A. their hometown B. the capital of England
C. New Jersey D. a small city in England
58．They went to London by ________.
A. sea B. plane C. train D. bus
59．From the story we know that this was the ________ time for Mr. and Mrs. Smith to go to London.
A. first B. second C. third D. fourth
60．What does the sentence "But that hardly leaves any time for us to see the sights of London" mean?
A. We can go to see the sights of London at any time.
B. We have enough time to see the sights of London.
C. We can see more sights of London.
D. We have little time to see the sights of London.
Steven Jobs, the designer（设计者）of Apple Computer, was not clever when he was in school. At that time, he was not a good student and he always made troubles with his schoolmates. When he went into college, he didn't change a lot. Then he dropped out（退学）. But he was full of new ideas.
After he left college, Steven Jobs worked as a video game designer. He worked there for only several months and then he went to India. He hoped that the trip would give him some new ideas and give him a change in life.
Steven Jobs lived on a farm in California for a year after he returned from India.
In 1975, he began to make a new type of computer. He designed the Apple Computer with his friend in his garage（汽车库）. He chose the name "Apple" just because it could help him to remember a happy summer he once spent in an apple tree garden.
His Apple Computer was such a great success that Steven Jobs soon became famous all over the world.
61．Steven Jobs was not a good student in school because he ________.
A. never did his lessons
B. was full of new ideas
C. always made troubles with his schoolmates
D. dropped out
62．Steven Jobs didn't finish college, did he?
A. Yes, he did. B. No, he didn't. C. Yes, he didn't. D. No, he did.
63．Steven Jobs designed his new computer ________.
A. in India B. with his friend
C. in an apple tree garden D. by himself
64．Steven Jobs was famous for his ________ all over the world.
A. new ideas B. apple
C. Apple Computer D. video games
65．From this passage we know ________.
A. Steven Jobs didn't finish his studies in the college because he hated his schoolmates
B. Steven Jobs liked travelling in India and California
C. Steven Jobs liked trying new things and making his new ideas become true
D. Steven Jobs could only design video games
Table Manners In America
Don't circle your plate with your arms. If you do so, you will become the focus（焦点）of the table. Everyone would wonder, "Is there anything wrong with the food?" This may give a wrong message that you don't like the food or something like that.
Don't push the plate back when finished. Leave it where it was. Do you want to let the hostess（女主人）know that you've just done a labour?
Don't lean（倚靠）back and say "I'm through" or "I'm full". Just put the fork and knife across the plate. That's all.
Don't cut up everything before you start to eat. Cut only one or two bites（块）at a time.
Never take a huge mouthful of anything. Do you want to show how hungry you are? Don't do that. It's not so good.
It's never good to reach across the table for anything. If the thing you want is not at hand, simply ask the nearest person for help, like "Mrs. Smith, could you pass me the dish?"
66．If you are at table and circle your plate with your arms, other people will think ________.
A. you don't like the food
B. the food isn't good for you
C. there is something wrong with the food
D. all above
67．After finishing dinner, you should ________.
A. put the fork and knife across the plate
B. stand up and leave the table
C. say "I'm full"
D. say "Thank you"
68．If you want a dish far from you at table, you should ________.
A. stand up and reach across the table for it
B. leave your seat to get it
C. sit there until others help you
D. ask the nearest person for help
Puccini Pizza, The Best Pizza
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Our Taichung branch will open next week.
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69．The ad（广告）tells us that ________.
A. the assistant must be a man
B. the assistant must have once worked in a restaurant
C. Puccini Pizza has branches all over the world
D. Puccini Pizza is now in Taichung
70．About Puccini Pizza, we know that ________.
A. no people like its pizza B. few people like its pizza
C. many people buy its pizza D. its Pizza is better than any other restaurant's
A four- year- old girl is lying in the arms of a doctor. She has just become motherless. The bombing（轰炸）destroyed（毁坏）her home and killed her mother.
Every day we see pictures like this on TVs or in newspapers. We see young Iraqi children begging for food and water from American and British soldiers who move through towns and cities towards the capital, Baghdad（巴格达）. We see these children following grown - ups, carrying bags of things almost at the same size as their small bodies as they flee（逃离）their homes in Baghdad.
"Dad, why are the Americans striking（攻击）us? Are we going to be killed?" asks the son of Abu Sinar, an Iraqi engineer, Abu finds it hard to explain this war to his eight - year- old son.
He tries to comfort（安慰）him by saying, "The bombs are far away from us. The Americans are fighting the soldiers. We are going to be all right." Even though Abu knows this isn't always the truth. But what else can he do? In Baghdad, parents give their children sleeping pills to make them sleep so that they won't hear the sound of bombing. And all the schools are closed.
"All we can do is to listen to and hear the war," said Abu. "We, all the people and the children, have to live in fear. We feel hopeless and helpless. We don't know where the next bombs are going? We can do nothing but wait to be killed. "
71．During the war, children are ________.
A. studying at school B. fighting at the front
C. safer than their parents D. in great danger
72．The children have to flee their homes because ________.
A. it is dangerous to stay at home because of the bombing
B. their parents are not at home
C. they want to get food and water
D. they want to welcome the foreign soldiers
73．"Sleeping pills" are ________.
A. a place to keep children safe
B. a kind of thing to help them to be away from the war
C. a kind of medicine to help them to fall asleep
D. a kind of food to make them strong
74．Abu finds it hard to explain this war to his son, because ________.
A. he doesn't want to tell him the real reason
B. he doesn't want to tell a lie
C. he doesn't know how to explain it clearly
D. it isn't good to tell him why
75．Through the eyes of the girl in the picture, we can see ________.
A. she is looking for something B. she is thinking about something
C. she is angry at somebody D. she feels fearful, helpless and hopeless
1．The children were ________ because they didn't get Christmas presents. （happy）
2．How can you make yourself ________ if you cannot express yourself dearly. （understand）
3．December is the ________ month of the year. （twelve）
4．The doctor's ________ made all of them sad．（dead）
5．I think this dictionary is ________ for your study. （help）
6．After a day's walk, she felt so tired that she couldn't go ________. （far）
7．Which river is the second ________ river in the world? （long）
8．It is a ________ for me to stay with you. （please）
9．They don't know why you talked to them so ________. （angry）
10．Someday you'll find a foreign language a bridge to a lot of ________. （know）
1．Meimei has to look after her little brother at weekends. （改为一般疑问句）
________ Meimei ________ to look after her little brother at weekends?
2．Both he and his deskmate have passed the exam. （改为否定句）
________ he nor his deskmate ________ passed the exam.
3．Let us stop and have a rest, ________ ?（完成反意疑问句）
4．We have fine weather today. （改为感叹句）
________ ________ weather we have today!
5．They are asked to write a diary in English every other day. （就划线部分提问）
________ ________ are they asked to write a diary in English?
6．Didn't they tell you about it?（改为被动语态）
________ you ________ about it?
7．Will the 29th Olympic Games be held in Beijing? Could you tell me?（合并成含有宾语从句的复合句）
Could you tell me ________ the 29th Olympic Games ________ be held in Beijing?
8．The dictionary cost me fifty yuan.
I ________ the dictionary ________ fifty yuan.
9．There are more people in Jinan than in Yantai.
The ________ of Jinan is ________ than that of Yantai.
10．She has made up her mind that she won't do that again.
She has ________ ________ to do that again.
11．This is the most interesting book that I have ever read.
I have ________ read ________ an interesting book before.
12．Nobody can answer the question.
The question ________ ________ answered by anybody.
13．He didn't catch the last bus, so he had to go back on foot.
He had to walk back ________ he ________ the last bus.
14．The runner fell behind the others though he did his best.
The runner did his best, ________ he still ________ to keep up with the others.
15．I didn't go there for the outing with them because I was ill.
My illness ________ me ________ them in the outing.
1．neither warm nor cold（c）
2．to come or go after（f）
3．the last day of the week（S）
4．to pick out from a great number of things（c）
5．not of the same kind（d）
6．to do or make something the same（c）
7．a time of rest from work （h）
8．in place of that（i）
9．piece of information passed from one person to another（m）
10．something that is loved above all others（f）
（talk, help, read, cost, keep, change, do, visit, go, sit ）
1． ________ it ________ much to live here?
2．The teacher looked at the clean classroom and said we ________ a good job.
3．The Smiths ________ greatly in the last two years.
4．He heard her singing aloud in the next room, so he ________ in a louder voice.
5．It was said that some foreigners ________ our class the next week.
6．They have done what they can ________ us stop the sandstorm.
7．Why are there so many people over there? Let's go and see what ________ on.
8．My family ________ at table when the door bell rang.
9．It's very cold in the room. Let's make a fire ________ us warm.
10．What do you think ________ about at the meeting tomorrow?
If you don't use your arms or your legs for some time, they will become weak; when you start using them again, they will gradually（逐渐地）become stronger again. Everybody knows this. Yet many people do not seem to know that it is the s 1 with memory. When someone says that he has a good memory, he really means that he d 2 give it enough chance to become stronger.
If a friend says that his arms and legs are weak, we k 3 that it is his own fault. But if he tells us that he has a poor memory, many of us think that his p 4 are to blame , and f 5 of us know that it is just his own fault.
Have you e 6 found some people can't read or write but they usually have b 7 memories? This is b 8 they cannot read or write and they h 9 to remember things; they cannot write them down in a little notebook. They must remember dates, names, songs and stories; so their memory is the whole time being exercised.
So if you want a good memory, l 10 from these people: practise remembering.
1．________ 2．________ 3．________ 4．________ 5．________
6．________ 7．________ 8．________ 9．________ 10．________
In order to prevent SARS, we should pay ________ attention to ________ everything clean and tidy and get rid of our ________ ________.
It's only half an ________ ________ to get to the shopping centre.
This idea ________ ________ a good one. I will think about it.
You'd better walk ________ ________ the right side of the road if there is no pavement.
Once it is out of control, more people will ________ ________ trouble.
What would you like to have ________ ________, eggs, bread or noodles?
The cars ________ ________ are all made in China.
A: Bill, I've been asked to dinner tonight. What time should I arrive for that?
B: Did they tell you 8 ？
A: Yes, they said the dinner would begin at seven.
B: Then 9 before 7∶00. But make sure you are not much earlier than the time.
B: That's just what it is here. Maybe they are still 10 the dinner.
A: 11 ？
B: For the first time, you can bring a small present. You don't want to show to everyone 12 rich you are, do you?
A: No, 13 . Thank you for your help.
B: That's all right. 14 at the party.
8．________________ 9．________________ 10．________________
11．________________ 12．________________ 13．________________
15．What's the most traditional（传统的）festival in China?
16．What do you know about SARS?
17．Please write down at least two of the English - speaking countries.
18．What is Yantai famous for?
19．What do you think we should do to protect our environment（保护我们的环境）？