1.- Peter, don’t step on the grass.
A.It doesn’t matter
B.I can’t do it
D.Sorry, I won’t do it again
2.- Thank you for inviting me.
A.I really had a happy time.
B.Oh, it’s too late.
C.Thank you for coming.
D.Oh, so slowly?
3.- Thanks for your help.
D.Don’t thank me.
4.-How can I get to the cinema?
A.It’s very far.
B.Yes, there is a cinema near here.
C.It’s well known.
D.Go down this street and turn left.
5.- Could I borrow your car for a few days?
A.Yes, you may borrow.
B.Yes, go on.
C.Sure, here is the key. Enjoy your journey.
D.It doesn’t matter.
Newspapers, along with reporting the news, educate, entertain, and give opinions. An important way of reading a large, big-city newspaper is to put it into different sections. Can you find these separate sections: world news, national and local news, sports, business, entertainment, opinions, ads? Does your paper have other sections?
News stories give facts, not the reporter’s opinions. Some newspaper editorials (社论) come out with the writer’s name, but many newspapers only carry editorials without putting the writers’ names on.
You can be a better reader if you know what to expect in a newspaper. For example, you can expect headlines to leave out unnecessary words. You can expect to find the most important facts in the leading paragraph (the first paragraph) of a news story. You can expect important news items to be on the front page. You can expect less important items to be on the inside pages.
Most of all, the more you know about news of the present time, the more you will understand what is in the newspaper; important stories are generally presented one day and followed up on following days. So, an important way to read newspapers is reading one frequently.
6.A good way to read a newspaper is to find separate sections and read according to your needs.
7.To design ads might NOT be a newspaper reporter’s work.
8.From the text we know that newspaper headlines are what readers expect to read.
9.If you are reading for major facts in the news stories, you should read the front page.
10.The writer’s suggestion to us is that we should read one newspaper frequently.
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Mr. Tom Forester lived by himself a long way from town. He hardly ever left his home, but one day he went into town to buy some things in the market. After he had bought them, he went into a restaurant and sat down at a table by himself. When he looked around, he saw several old people put glasses on before reading their newspapers, so after lunch he decided to go to a shop to buy himself some glasses too. He walked along the road, and soon found a shop.
The man in the shop made him try on a lot of glasses, but Tom always said, “No, I can’t read with these.”
The man became more and more puzzled（迷惑不解）, until finally he said, “Excuse me, but can you read at all?”
“No, of course I can’t!” Tom said angrily. “If I was already able to read, do you think I would have come here to buy glasses?”
11.Mr Forester lived ______.
A.with his family in a city
B.with his family in the countryside
C.alone in a city
D.alone in the countryside
12.Tom ______ went into town.
13.The old people in the restaurant read their newspapers ______.
A.with glasses on
B.with glasses off
C.with glasses of beer in front of them
D.with glass pipes in their mouths
14.The shop Tom went into sold ______.
A.drinking glasses and cups
B.glass for windows and doors
C.glasses for people who could not read
D.glasses for people who could not see well
15.What kind of mistake did Tom make?
A.He went to the wrong kind of shop.
B.He didn’t try on all the glasses in the shop.
C.He thought that a person who had not learned to read would be able to do so if he wore glasses.
D.He left his money in the restaurant.
16.There’s ______water in the bottle. Don’t throw it away.
17.We’ll go for a picnic if it ________tomorrow.
A.isn’t going to rain
18.Australia is one of the few countries ____ people drive on the left of the road.
19.- Write to me when you get home.
– OK, I _______.
20.Tom ________ more than twenty pounds on the novel.
Every year students in many countries learn English. Some of these students are children, the other students are young people. Why do all these people want to learn __21__? It is not easy to answer this question. Many boys and girls learn English at school. It is one of their subjects. Many people learn English because it is __22__ in their work. Some young people learn English for their higher studies because some of their books are written __23__ English. Other people learn English because they want to __24__ newspapers in English. Some people learn English because they want to work in the USA, England or Australia. English is very __25__ in our life.
26.Can you express yourself clearly in English?
27.Riding bicycles can save energy.
28.The moon looks much bigger than any other stars in the sky.
29.This new country hopes to establish friendly relations with all its neighbours.
30.I’m thinking about a visit to Paris.
31.I would appreciate it if you would just let me deal with this case.
Should the University Campus be Open to Tourists?