1.A. It's James. B. It's Billy's. C. It's on the desk.
2.A. She is sleeping. B. She is a teacher. C. She is well.
3.A. On the third floor. B. It's very big. C. He is working in it.
4. A. Never mind. B. Not a bit. C. Of course.
5. A. At three in the afternoon.
B. About tomorrow's class.
C. In Class One.
6. What will the weather be like on Friday?
A. It'll be sunny. B. It'll be rainy. C. It'll be windy.
7. What time does the girl go to bed on Saturday evening?
A. At 9:30. B At 11:00. C. At 12:00.
8. What's the present for Anna?
A. A bike. B. A dictionary. C. A dress.
9. What does Annie mean?
A. She knows the man's name.
B. She has seen the man before.
C. She doesn't know the man at all.
10. What did the man and his father think of the game?
A. They liked the game very much.
B. The game wasn't very exciting.
C. It was bad to leave at the half time.
11. How far is Green Street?
A. Half an hour's walk. B. Four hours' walk. C. Half an hour's bus ride.
12. When will the next bus come?
A. At about 7:30. B. At about 1:30. C. At about 4:00.
13. How will the man probably go to Green Street?
A. By bus. B. On foot. C. By taxi.
14. What does the man want to know about the trip?
A. Where to go. B. When to leave. C. How much to pay.
15. Which is the man interested in?
A. Cafes. B. America. C. Museums.
16. What will the man probably do?
A. He will visit countryside.
B. He will go to France.
C. He will stay here for 3 weeks.
17. What are they taking about?
A. A football match. B. Around the World. C. TV programs.
18. When will the program Around the World begin?
A. At nine o'clock. B. At one o'clock. C. Tomorrow morning.
19. What do you think Sally will do?
A. She will turn off the TV and go to sleep.
B. She will read a newspaper instead.
C. She will watch the football match.
20. What do we know from the dialogue?
A. They are both going to watch the football match.
B. They watch TV every night.
C. Both of them like watching football matches.
21.What did the old man think was important to kids?
A. Playing modern games. B. Keeping small animals. C. Telling right from wrong.
22. Where were the boys?
A. In the park. B. On the street. C. At home.
23. What were the boys doing?
A. Telling a story.
B. Waiting for the old gentleman.
C. Discussing who could take the cat.
24. Why did the boys agree to give the cat to the old man?
A. Because the old man was their teacher.
B. Because they thought the old man told the biggest lie.
C. Because they wanted the old man to tell a lie.
25. What can we learn from the passage?
A. The old man didn't want the cat at all.
B. The boys didn't think they should tell lies.
C. The boys thought the old man had never told a lie.
26. — When ______ your mother _______ you that blue dress, Mary?
— Sorry, I really can't remember.
A. does; buy B. has; bought
C. had; bought D. did; buy
27. — Can your father drive?
— Yes, and he usually _____ to school.
A. drove B. is driving C. drives D. has driven
28. — Hasn't Betty come yet?
— No, and I ____ for her for nearly 2 hours.
A. wait B. waited C. have waited D. had waited
29. — May I use your ruler?
A. Yes, please B. You are nice
C. It doesn't matter D. It was a pleasure
30. — Do you know ____?
— Sorry, I don't know.
A. where does Jimmy work B. where Jimmy works
C. how does Jimmy go to work D. what does Jimmy do
31. — Have you seen my glasses? I ____ find them.
— Sorry, I haven't seen them.
A. can't B. shouldn't C. won't D. mustn't
32. — Nancy, it's too hot. Put the fish in the fridge, or it will _____ bad.
— Ok, Mom!
A. go B. change C. feel D. keep
33. — May I have another cake?
— You'd better not. You shouldn't go swimming on a _______ stomach.
A. hot B. hungry C. fat D. full
34. — Hey, Turn it off! We don't ______ music in the reading-room.
— Oh, I'm sorry, madam.
A. like B. hear C. play D. allow
35. — Are you ___ from America?
— No, none of us.
A. both B. all C. any D. either
36. — Peter, I think we need to buy a new car.
— Oh, no! We are ____ out of money, you know?
A. trying B. going C. getting D. running
37. — Bill is ill. Do you know what's wrong with him?
— Poor boy. His illness is the ___ of eating unhealthy food.
A. result B. cause C. reason D. end
38. — Why did you come back so early?
— The English party has been ___ till next Friday.
A. put on B. put off C. put away D. put out
39. — Hurry up, Jack!
— Just give me five minutes to put my desk in ___ .
A. time B. line C. order D. shape
40. — You mean I have to go there by myself, for you are not free.
— Yeah, ___ .
A. you mean it B. you think it
C. you got it D. you did it
How is it going? I hope that grandpa is （41） now. I was sorry to hear that he had a （42） last week. I hope you are in good health.
Things are fine now. I finished my end-of-year exams last week and got my （43） card today. I always get （44） when I see the envelope from school in the mail, but （45） I did OK this time. I had a really hard （46） with science this semester, and I wasn't surprised to find that my worst report was from my science teacher. She said I was lazy, which isn't （47）. It's just that I find science really difficult. （48） disappointing result was in history. My history teacher said I could do better. The good （49） is that my math teacher said I was hard-working. And my Spanish teacher said my listening was good.
Well, that's about all the news I have for now. Dad and Mom （50） their love.
41. A. well B. rich C. busy D. kind
42. A. rest B. dream C. game D. cold
43. A. report B. ID C. phone D. library
44. A. excited B. sad C. nervous D. tired
45. A. carefully B. luckily C. suddenly D. quickly
46. A. business B. question C. problem D. time
47. A. important B. true C. boring D. enough
48. A. Each B. Some C. Another D. Other
49. A. meaning B. notice C. news D. letter
50. A. have B. send C. provide D. show
This story happened in a small mountain village. One day there was an earthquake （地震）. Nothing was destroyed and （51） was hurt. But a huge rock fell from a nearby mountain and stopped in the middle of the road.
When the earthquake （52）, many people came to the road and saw the huge rock. Some of the strongest men tried to lift the rock （53） the road. But they couldn't move it. They tried to push it but failed. They tried to （54） it with ropes but nothing worked.
"Well," they all agreed, "There's nothing we can do about it. We'll have to change the （55）."At this time a boy of 12 years old said, "I think I can help you to move the rock."
"You?" they shouted, "What are you talking about?" The men all （56） at the boy.
The next morning some people came into the street. One of them shouted, "The rock is （57）!"More people ran out to see. It was true. The rock wasn't in the road any more. It wasn't （58） near the road.
"This is （59）," they said, "Where did it go?"
The boy stood in the street, （60）, "I told you I could move it last night."
The boy walked over to where the （61） had been and uncovered some earth. "I buried it," he said.
The people looked （62）. "You see," he said, " I dug a deep hole next to the rock and I dug a small incline （斜坡） up to the rock and the rock （63） down into the hole by itself. I covered it with earth."
The crowds shouted, "What a （64） boy!" And some of them said, "Why haven't we thought of this good （65）?"
51. A. somebody B. nobody C. anybody D. everybody
52. A. stopped B. started C. happened D. appeared
53. A. over B. into C. off D. onto
54. A. push B. lift C. change D. pull
55. A. road B. stone C. rope D. village
56. A. looked B. laughed C. called D. pointed
57. A. gone B. missed C. broken D. stolen
58. A. very B. quite C. even D. still
59. A. heavy B. dangerous C. special D. impossible
60. A. crying B. smiling C. thinking D. lying
61. A. street B. town C. rock D. mountain
62. A. surprised B. sad C. happy D. relaxed
63. A. lay B. dropped C. walked D. ran
64. A. clever B. strong C. brave D. poor
65. A. boy B. hole C. story D. way
One day when Jack was walking in the park, he saw a woman, who lived a few miles away, sitting on a bench with a dog beside her. The dog was looking up at the woman.
Jack walked up to the woman and said, "Hello, Sue, how are you? May I sit and talk with you for a while?" "Of course, please sit down," Sue said. Jack sat down next to Sue on the bench, and they talked quietly together. The dog continued to look up at Sue, as if waiting to be fed.
"That's a nice dog, isn't he?" Jack said, pointing at the animal.
"Yes, he is. He's handsome. He's a bit of a mixture, but that's not a bad thing. He's strong and healthy."
"And hungry, "Jack said." He hasn't taken his eyes off you. He thinks you've got some food for him."
"That's true, "Sue said." But I haven't."
They both laughed and then Jack said, "Does your dog bite?"
"No, "Sue said, "He's never bitten anyone. He's always gentle and friendly."
Hearing this, Jack decided to hold out his hand and touched the animal's head. Suddenly it jumped up and bit him.
"Hey!" Jack shouted." You said your dog didn't bite."
Sue replied in surprise, "Yeah, I did. But this is not my dog. My dog's at home."
66.The dog looked at the woman because ___.
A. the woman wanted to feed him B. the woman was friendly
C. he was strong and healthy D. he was hungry
67.Jack and Sue were ___.
A. friends B. next-door neighbors
C. strangers D. in the same family
68. Jack touched the dog because he believed ___.
A. the dog was handsome B. Sue's dog was unfriendly
C. the dog belonged to Sue D. Sue's dog was at home
69.We can infer form the passage that ___.
A. Sue gave a wrong answer B. Jack made a mistake
C. the dog wasn't dangerous D. both Jack and Sue liked the dog
70. Which of the following can be the best title of the passage?
A. A Wrong Question B. Sue's Dog
C. A pleasant Meeting D. Sue's Friend
Years ago, I lived in a building in a large city. The building next door was only a few feet away from mine. There was a woman who lived there, whom I had never met, yet I could see her seated by her window each afternoon, sewing or reading.
After several months had gone by, I began to notice that her window was dirty. Everything was unclear through the dirty window. I would say to myself, "I wonder why that woman doesn't wash her window. It really looks terrible."
One bright morning I decided to clean my flat, including washing the window on the inside.
Late in the afternoon when I finished the cleaning, I sat down by the window with a cup of coffee for a rest. What a surprise! Across the way, the woman sitting by her window was clearly visible. Her window was clean!
Then it dawned on me. I had been criticizing (批评) her dirty window, but all the time I was watching hers through my own dirty window.
That was quite an important lesson for me. How often had I looked at and criticized others through the dirty window of my heart, through my own shortcomings?
Since then, whenever I wanted to judge (评判) someone, I asked myself first, "Am I looking at him through my own dirty window?"
Then I try to clean the window of my own world so that I may see the world about me more clearly.
76. The writer couldn't see everything clearly through the window because_____.
A. the woman's window was dirty B. the writer's window was dirty
C. the woman lived nearby D. the writer was near-sighted
77. The writer was surprised that_____.
A. the woman was sitting by her window B. the woman's window was clean
C. the woman did cleaning in the afternoon D. the woman's window was still terrible
78. "It dawned on me" probably means "____".
A. I began to understand it B. it cheered me up
C. I knew it grew light D. it began to get dark
79. It's clear that _____.
A. the writer had never met the woman before
B. the writer often washed the window
C. they both worked as cleaners
D. they lived in a small town
80. From the passage, we can learn ______.
A. one shouldn't criticize others very often
B. one should often make his windows clean
C. one must judge himself before he judges others
D. one must look at others through his dirty windows
"What are you busy with yourself, Mom?" the girl of six years old asked her mother.
"Making dinner for the neighbor aunt."
"Because the other day the aunt l(81) her dear daughter in the earthquake and is so sad now. We must take g(82) care of her these days."
"Why n(83) our care?"
"Because from then on the aunt can't do what she liked to along with her daughter. Making dinner and doing housework are also becoming so d(84). I don't know what to do. My dear, can you come up with an i(85) to make the aunt feel better?"
All of a sudden, the girl went to the neighbor's house and k(86) at the door.
"What can I do for you?"asked the neighbor.
"I h(87) my mother say you're very sad without your daughter…" The girl handed the band-aid(创可贴) tightly h(88) in her hand to the neighbor.
Tears ran down from the neighbor's eyes. She took the girl in her a(89) and said, "Thank you. Your band-aid will h(90)."
81.l 82.g 83.n 84.d
85.i 86.k 87.h 88.h