( )1. There _______ a class meeting on Monday morning.
A. is B. will is
C. will be D. will have
( )2. _______ do you think of the TV in the future?
A. How B. When
C. Where D. What
( )3. _______ years ago, there were no people living here.
A. One hundreds of
B. Hundreds of
C. Two hundred of
D. Two hundreds
( )4. The baby isn’t _______ to dress herself.
A. old enough
B. young enough
C. enough old
D. enough young
( )5. Our city is beautiful. There are many trees on _______ side of the roads.
A. both B. either
C. neither D. all
( )6. Who is he arguing _______?
A. for B. about C. with D. at
( )7. I saw him _______ football at this time yesterday.
A. play B. playing
C. played D. plays
( )8. We are supposed _______ there before seven, so we have to get up early.
A. to get B. get to
C. getting D. get
( )9. She said they _______ a party next week.
A. will have B. have
C. had D. would have
( )10. She is _______ at speaking in her class.
A. good B. well
C. better D. best
( )11. I got up late yesterday. But _______ I caught the train.
A. luck B. unlucky
C. luckily D. unluckily
( )12. My physics teacher told us the light _______ faster than the sound.
A. travel B. travels
C. travelling D. traveled
( )13. There is some food for you. Please _______.
A. take them away B. take it away
C. take away it D. take away them
( )14. China is famous _______ the Great Wall.
A. for B. as C. at D. out
( )15. In order to _______, she has to sell newspapers in the street.
A. make a life B. make a living
C. do a life D. do a living
( )16. Half of your homework _______ wrong.
A. is B. are
C. has D. have
( )17. Spring is a good time _______ trees.
A. to plant B. planting
C. plants D. planted
( )18. —Which do you like better, the red one or the yellow one?
—_______. I like a blue one.
A. Both B. Either
C. Neither D. Some of them
( )19. He lives near here. He _______ here in five minutes.
A. be able to be
B. is able to be
C. is able to is
D. was able to be
( )20. —What _______ do you want to buy?
—_______. Everything is ready.
A. other, Nothing
B. else, Anything
C. else, Nothing
D. others, Something
Once a neighbor 21 George’s horse. George went with a policeman to the neighbor’s farm 22 the horse back. But the neighbor refused 23 the horse back. He said that it was his horse.
Suddenly George 24 good idea. He put 25 of his hands over the eyes of the horse and 26 the neighbor, “If this is your horse, then you tell us in 27 eye he is blind.”
“In the right eye,” said the neighbor.
George took his hand from the right eye of the horse and showed the policeman that the horse was not blind in the right eye.
“Oh, I made a mistake,” said the neighbor. George then showed that the horse was not blind in the left eye, 28 .
“I have made 29 mistake,” said the neighbor. “Yes,” said the policeman， “and you have also proved that the horse isn’t 30 . You must return it to George.”
( )21. A. steal B. stole
C. steals D. has stolen
( )22. A. to return B. to bring
C. to get D. to give
( )23. A. giving B. to give
C. to take D. to have
( )24. A. had a B. had
C. think D. thought
( )25. A. all B. both
C. either D. neither
( )26. A. told B. spoke
C. said to D. talked
( )27. A. what B. which
C. where D. what kind
( )28. A. either B. too
C. neither D. also
( )29. A. other B. another
C. one D. others
( )30. A. your B. yours
C. his D. you
A: Tom, you look sad. What’s the matter with you?
A: I’m sorry to hear that. You should see the dentist.
B: Oh, yes. I went to see the dentist this morning.
B: He said there was nothing serious.
A: What is it?
B: I want to join the basketball club.
B: But my mother didn’t agree.
A: What did she say?
B: She thought I should spend all my time on my study. 35
A: That’s right. You should communicate with your mother. I think she will agree with you.
A. But I have another problem.
B. What did he say?
C. I have a toothache.
D. It’s good for my study.
E. I like playing basketball very much.
F. That’s a good idea.
G. But I think I should have enough time to relax.
A man walked into a doctor’s examining room. “Put out your tongue,” the doctor said. “OK. You can put your tongue back now,” the doctor said. “It’s clear what’s wrong with you. You need more exercise.” “But, doctor,” the man said. “I don’t think ...”
“Don’t tell me what you think,” the doctor said. “I am the doctor, not you. I know what you need. I see hundreds of people like you. None of them get any exercise. They sit in offices all day and in front of the television in the evening. What you need is to walk quickly for at least 20 minutes a day.”
“Doctor, you don’t understand,” the patient said, “I ...”
“I don’t want to hear any excuses,” the doctor said. “You must find time for exercise. If you don’t, you will get fat and have health problems when you are older.”
“But I walk every day,” the patient said.
“Oh, yes, and I know what kind of walking that is. You walk a few meters to the train station from your house, a few more meters from the station to your office, and a few more meters from your office to a restaurant for lunch and back.”
“Please listen to me, doctor!” the patient shouted, getting angry.
“I’m a mailman,” the patient went on, “and I walk for seven hours every day.”
For a moment the doctor was silent, then he said quietly, “Put your tongue out again, will you?”
The doctor examined the man’s tongue.
( )36. One day a man went into _______ examining room.
A. a barber’s B. a butcher’s
C. a doctor’s D. a baker’s
( )37. The doctor thought the man worked _______.
A. in a factory B. in an office
C. in the field D. on the farm
( )38. The doctor thought the man needed to _______.
A. eat less B. do more exercise
C. have more sleep D. eat more
( )39. The doctor asked the man to walk at least _______ a day.
A. twenty minutes B. one hour
C. three hours D. seven hours
( )40. The man was a _______.
A. writer B. driver
C. mailman D. teacher
Popular breakfast foods in the United States, as in many other countries around the world, include coffee, milk, juice, eggs and bread. Some other breakfast items served in the United States are thought by many to be traditionally American. However, they actually come from other countries.
A very popular breakfast food in America is the pancake — a thin, flat cake made out of flour and often served with maple syrup(枫蜜). The idea of the pancake is very old. In fact, pancakes were made long ago in ancient China.
Bagels, a round thick bread with a hole in the middle, are also popular for breakfast in America. Polish people in the late 1600s came up with the idea for the first bagels and this new kind of bread soon took off across Eastern Europe.
In the late 1800s, thousands of Jews from Eastern Europe traveled to the United States and brought the recipe(食谱) for bagels with them. Today, New York bagels are said to be the best in the world. Many people have them with cream cheese for breakfast on the go.
Doughnuts came from France. They were served to American soldiers in France during World WarⅠ. After the war, American soldiers asked cooks in the United States to make doughnuts for them. Now, served with coffee, they are a very popular breakfast food across the United States.
( )41. _______ are popular breakfast foods in America.
A. coffee, milk， bread and hamburgers
B. noodles, eggs, bread and milk
C. rice, coffee, juice and eggs
D. coffee, juice, eggs and bread
( )42. Pancake is from _______.
A. Australia B. America
C. England D. China
( )43. _______ brought bagels to America.
A. Polish people
B. Jewish people
C. Chinese people
D. American soldiers
( )44. Doughnuts came from _______
A. France B. Japan
C. Canada D. India
( )45. This reading is mainly about _______.
A. famous places in the United States to eat breakfast
B. popular American breakfast foods coming from China
C. the most popular types of pancakes in the United States
D. the history of popular breakfast foods in the United States
46. The children e_______(经历) many difficulties this time.
47. I’m s_______(害怕) to go out along at night.
48. The police were trying to find out who m_______(谋杀) the reporter.
49. Who will help you o_______(组织) the party?
50. I wanted to explain, but he didn’t give me a c_______(机会).
51. —Will you please _______(show) me your ID card?
—Sure. Here you are.
52. They _______(write) all the morning.
53. I don’t know if Jack _______(come) tomorrow.
54. —How soon _______ he _______(return)?
—In two days.
55. —Where is your father?
—I saw him _______(go) out for a walk just now.
56. Can you answer the _______(follow) questions?
57. His brother is a _______(profession) basketball player.
58. She has worked in the _______(children) Hospital for three years.
59. John fell _______(sleep) while he was listening to music.
60. Give me _______(free) or I’ll die.