1.- We are planning an outing. _________
A.Where are you going?
B.When will you leave?
C.How is everything?
D.Do you want to join us?
2.- I think he is a good lecturer.
A.Sorry, it doesn’t matter.
B.So do I.
C.Yes. It’s a good idea.
D.I don’t mind.
3.- I didn’t mean to do that. Please forgive me.
A.Not too bad.
B.That’s all right.
C.It’s a pleasure.
4.- What do you think of this novel?
A.I’ve read it.
C.It was written by my uncle.
D.I bought it yesterday.
5.- Did you know that David injured his leg yesterday?
– Really? _______
A.Who did that?
B.What’s wrong with him?
C.How did that happen?
D.Why was he so careless?
Have you ever listened to young children talking in the playground? They are always boasting. They say things like, “My Dad’s car is bigger than your Dad’s, “and “My Mom is smarter than yours.” They particularly like to boast about their families.
There were three little boys, Harry, Ted and Gavin, who were always boasting. Gavin was the worst. Everything about his family was always the best or the biggest or the most expensive.
Whatever the others said, he could always go on better. One day when they were walking to school, Harry said, “My father had a bath twice a week,” Ted spoke next. ” That’s nothing,” he said. “Having a bath twice a week is dirty. My father has a bath every day， sometimes twice a day.” Ted looked at Gavin. Now it was his turn. But what could he say? ” This time, ” Ted thought, ” I’m going to win.” Gavin didn’t know what to say. He couldn’t say that his father had a bath three times a day. That was silly. He walked on in silence. Ted smiled at Harry，and Harry smiled back. They were sure that for once they had beaten Gavin. They reached the school gates. Still Gavin said nothing. They went into class. Morning break，lunch time and afternoon break all passed. Still Gavin said nothing. “We’ve won, ” Ted said to Harry, but he spoke too soon. On the way home, Gavin said, “My Dad is so clean that he doesn’t have to bathe at all.”
6.According to the passage，the meaning of the word “boast” is ” to talk big “.
7.Harry boasted about the number of times his father had a bath every week.
8.Gavin boasted the most.
9.Ted’s father often had a bath twice a day.
10.”He spoke too soon” in the last paragraph means he was wrong.
When I was a little girl, my brothers and I collected stamps for many years. My mother didn’t use to work during the week, but she worked in the post office near our house on Saturdays, and she used to bring home all the new stamps as soon as they were issued (发行).
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On the day of the World Cup football final in London in 1966, we were very excited because England were playing West Germany in the final. When we were having lunch, my mother told us to go to the post office straightaway after the match if England won, but she didn’t tell us why. At 2 o’clock my mother went back to work as usual, while the rest of the family were watching the football on TV at home. Although she wasn’t watching the match, she was listening to it on the radio.
England won 4:2 and so my brothers and I ran to the post office. As we burst in, my mother was standing behind the counter. She was waiting to sell us a very special limited edition with ENGLAND WINNERS on each stamp. We were over the moon.
We still have it today，and perhaps it is worth a lot of money.
11.This passage mainly tells us ______.
A.the author and her brother used to like stamps very much
B.the author had a very kind mother
C.the author and her brothers had an unforgettable experience in collecting stamps
D.their mother used to support them by working in the post office
12.According to the passage, her mother worked in the post office ______.
A.during the week
D.for six days
13.Their mother told them to go to the post office straightaway after the match if England won, but she didn’t tell them why. Why do you think she did that?
A.She wanted to give them a surprise.
B.She doubted if she would get the stamps.
C.She forgot to do that.
D.She thought it unnecessary to tell them the reason.
14.What does the sentence “We were over the moon.” mean?
A.We jumped high.
B.We were extremely happy about it.
C.We watched the moon for a long time.
D.We couldn’t sleep the whole night.
15.What is the best title for this passage?
C.A Precious Stamp
D.A Memorable Experience in Collecting Stamps
16.We’ve looked _______ for the keys we lost.
A.in all places
B.at all places
17.It was not ________ midnight that they discovered the children were not in their bedroom.
18.It was well known that Thomas Edison _____ the electric lamp.
19.I fell and hurt myself while I ________ basketball yesterday.
20.He _______ driving me home, even though I told him I lived nearby.
Mike was a small boy, and he hated soap and water. Three or four times every day his mother said to him, “Mike, your hands are very __21__ again. Go and wash them.” But Mike never really washed them well. He only put his hands in the water for a few seconds and then took them __22__ again.
Mike’s uncle and aunt lived in another city. One day they came to stay with Mike’s parents, and they brought their small son, Ted, with them. Ted was a year __23__ than Mike, and he didn’t like soap and water either.
The boys sat with their parents __24__ a few minutes, but then they went outside. When they were alone, Mike looked at Ted’s hands and then said proudly, “My hands are dirtier than __25__.”
“Of course they are,” Ted answered angrily. “You’re a year older than I am.”
26.I have a pain in my back.
27.Were there any phone calls for me while I was out?
28.The teacher came earlier than expected(预期).
29.You and your team can discover the answers to problems together.
30.This new country hopes to establish friendly relations with all its neighbours.
31.The Olympic Games is an international sports event that takes place every four years.