( )31. Could you please _______ me such
A. not asking B. not ask C. not to ask D. doesn’t ask
( )32. —Do you know my computer is too old and it doesn’t _______ now?
—I’m sorry to hear that.
A. write B. copy
C. work D. go
( )33. Don’t hurry! Please _______ in line to get into the meeting room.
A. wait B. cut
C. join D. follow
( )34. Would you mind _______ the old green pants?
A. to not wear B. not to wear
C. not wear D. not wearing
( )35. Talking loudly in the hospital is _______.
A. politely B. polite
C. impolite D. angrily
( )36. —Please _______ your cigarette, you’re not allowed to smoke at school.
— Sorry, I’ll do it.
A. put off B. put down
C. put out D. go out
( )37. The students say they never have fun,
because there are too many _______ at school.
A. advice B. rules
C. suggestions D. homework
( )38. Sarah’s wallet _______ on the playground when she was playing ping?鄄pang.
A. stopped B. shopped
C. dropped D. followed
( )39. —What’s the matter with you?
—I was _______ by my English teacher because I forgot to do my homework.
A. criticized B. allowed
C. brought D. behaved
( )40. — The radio is too loud. Could you _______
—Sorry, I’ll do it at once.
A. turn it off B. turn down it
C. turn it down D. dose it
( )41. May I try on _______?
A. that jeans B. this jeans
C. another pair of jeans D. a jeans
( )42. He can _______ himself.
A. put on B. wear
C. putting on D. dress
( )43. —Why not make a birthday card?
— OK, I’ll do it _______.
A. right B. right away
C. just now D. at that time
( )44. An accident _______ her last night, but she didn’t hurt.
A. happened B. happened to
C. happens to D. happening to
( )45. The little girl is very _______ and she always talks to others _______.
A. polite; polite B. politely; politely
C. politely;polite D. polite; politely
( )46. I get _______ when _______ things happen to me.
A. annoyed; annoying
B. annoyed; annoyed
C. annoying; annoying
D. annoying; annoyed
( )47. Etiquette _______ different cultures is
different _______ each other.
A. from; from B. from; in
C. in; in D. in; from
( )48. —Look! The cloud seems like _______.
—It looks _______.
A. a horse, beautiful
B. beautiful, a house
C. beautiful, a horse
D. beautiful, beautiful
( )49. If you see any litter on the school ground, you must _______.
A. give it away B. pick it up
C. turn it off D. put it on
( )50. — Would you mind my surfing the Internet, Mum?
—Well, you can do it. But don’t _______ too much time on it.
A. take B. cost
C. pay D. spend
Things are 51 in different countries. If you go to Britain, it is a good 52 to ask people there about good manners. First of all, you should 53 talk about two things: money and age. You should never ask how much he is 54 for his job. One safe subject to talk about is the 55 . People in Britain are quite 56 to talk about the weather. And some people like to hear good 57 about their dogs or cats.
When a man is walking with a woman, he should always hold a door 58 for the woman, and let her go 59 first. When a man is walking along a road with a lady, he should always walk near the 60 . And, of course, you should, again never ask a woman’s age.
( )51. A. same B. the same
C. different D. the different
( )52. A. question B. problem C. idea D. way
( )53. A. often B. never
C. always D. sometimes
( )54. A. take B. spent
C. cost D. paid
( )55. A. weather B. time
C. people D. animals
( )56. A. pleasing B. please
C. pleasant D. pleased
( )57. A. things B. words
C. news D. messages
( )58. A. close B. closed
C. open D. opened
( )59. A. to B. through
C. across D. into
( )60. A. car B. road
C. woman D. traffic
Mum: Julia, would you mind coming here? I need some help.
Julia: OK. I’m coming right away. 61
Mum: You see. I have so much housework to do in the kitchen.
Mum: Of course, and you have to help me make dinner.
Julia: All right. When I finish, could you help me with my homework?
Mum: Your homework? 63
Julia: No, I haven’t. It’s too difficult for me.
Julia: Since breakfast.
Mum: You know. I can’t help you. I’ll have to do some shopping after lunch.
Julia: But how about my homework?
Mum: I think you’d better make a telephone call to your friend, Mary. 65
Julia: OK. That sounds a good idea. Thank you all the same.
Mum: You’re welcome.
A. I think she can help you with it.
B. How long have you been doing your homework?
C. What’s the matter with your homework?
D. What can I do for you?
E. Haven’t you finished it?
F. Do I have to wash the dishes?
G. It’s a good idea.
Sarah left college at 22 and then worked at a computer company. Four years later, she got a new job. This is what she told us about her job:
“My office is at Blue Sea Airport, but I spend most of my time in the air. I also go to lots of meetings. I usually have to work from 8 am to 4 pm, but sometimes I work from 1 pm to 9 pm. At work, the first thing is turning on my computer and speaking with some of the air?鄄hostesses. Sometimes I go on long flights to check how the air?鄄hostesses are doing. That’s my favorite part of the job, but I like office work, too. Travelling can be hard work. When I get back from a long trip, all I can do is eating something and then going to bed!I don’t make much money, but I’m happy and want to stay with my planes.”
( )66. Sarah’s first job was _______.
A. at a college
B. at a computer company
C. at the airport
D. at a shop
( )67. Sarah does most of her work _______.
A. in the computer room
B. in the office
C. in airplanes
D. at the computer company
( )68. Most days, Sarah starts work at _______.
A. 8 am B. 1 pm
C. 4 pm D. 9 am
( )69. The first thing Sarah does after a long trip is _______.
A. going to bed
B. going shopping
C. going swimming
D. eating something
( )70. Sarah would like to _______.
A. make more money
B. stay at home
C. work at the airport
D. worked at the computer company
The British are known as people who love to stand in line, but a new survey shows that the British are only about average(平均数) at waiting politely in a queue. The French are the best. It’s the Germans who don’t have a good habit of standing in line. They can’t stand to wait for anything. They begin to shout loudly and noisily if the line doesn’t seem to be moving fast enough. Sadly it never moves fast enough for them.
The scientists studied 940 people across Europe. They watched quietly as they waited in line — to get tickets, to order fast food and to wait for the bus. They found people who are good at forming queues feel that they move along faster. For example, in Britain, the average waiting at a queue needs about three and a half minutes. In Germany or Sweden people hate waiting in line. In fact, people spend double the time as the British in queues. They get to the front of the queues without thinking about others, so they waste others’ time.
The scientists who did a survey had asked a person to break into a queue to see what people would do. In Britain, people shouted loudly at him, but when he said “I’m terribly sorry. I didn’t realize there was a queue. Do go before me.” People smiled and said, “Oh, that’s all right, one more won’t matter much.” It was also found in France, where 80% of the people didn’t mind in line, only if they were treated politely. While in Germany everyone was angry. The scientists said, “If only they could learn from the British and the French to think of queuing as an exercise in making the best of an unhappy thing, they might find that the queue then moves faster.”
( )71. The survey shows that the people in
_______ are the most polite in standing in line.
A. Sweden B. Britain
C. France D. Germany
( )72. The Germans spend more time than the British in queue because they _______.
A. always talk a lot with others B. like waiting in line
C. don’t follow the rule of queuing D. don’t know the rule of queuing
( )73. According to the survey, which of the following is TRUE?
A. The British didn’t care about the
B. The Germans were angry with the
C. The Frence treated the queue jumper badly.
D. The Swedish enjoyed themselves while queuing.
( )74. From the last sentence we know the
scientists wished the Germans could _______.
A. have a good habit of standing in line
B. save others’ time while queuing
C. move quickly when queuing
D. take exercise in queues
( )75. The result of the survey shows that _______.
A. people in Europe hate waiting in line B. standing in line is a kind of exercise
C. there are no queue jumpers in France
D. people who are good at standing in line think they move faster
76. Yesterday morning Jenny b_______(带来)
her dictionary to school.
77. My Chinese teacher doesn’t a_______(允
许) me to come into the classroom.
78. Is Nick an A_______(亚洲的) boy?
79. I know it’s really i_______(无礼的) to spit
80. My mother is telling a secret to me in a low v_______(声音).
81. Would you mind _______(take) these books
to your math teacher?
82. Could you please _______(clean) your living
83. “Be careful _______(not break) my cup,” said mother.
84. We might want to ask someone to behave more _______(polite).
85. I saw her _______(shop) in the supermarket
You have to finish your homework _______ _______.
It’s _______ _______ give our seats to the old people on bus.
Could you please _______ _______ my notebook for me?
If you see someone _______ the _______ of school, please stop him.
Don’t you ________ ________ when someone cuts in line?