1. He told me he (learn) ______ French in France three years before.
2. John decided to go back to work that he (get) ______ well.
3. I turned on the radio as soon as he (leave) ______ the room.
4. We were relieved to learn that all the miners (rescue) ______ from the accident.
5. The police found the lost boy. He (run) ______ away from home five days before.
6. The girl sitting next to me on the plane was very nervous because she (not fly) ______ before.
7. Tom had to correct the mistakes in his composition that his teacher (point) ______ out.
8. The students ______ often ______ (tell) to take care of their desks and chairs.
9. That play ______ (put) on again sometime next month.
10. The old man is ill. He ______ (must send) to the hospital.
11. —What ______ a knife ______ (make) of?
—It ______ (make) of metal and wood.
12. A piano concert ______ (give) here last Friday.
13. ______ the magazine ______ (can take) out of the library?
14. The stars ______ (can see) in the daytime.
15. Russian ______ (learn) as the second language by some students in China.
16. Planes, cars and trains ______ (use) by business people for travelling.
17. The bike ______ (must not put) here.
18. A beautiful horse ______ (draw) by John next day.
19. The PLA ______ (found) on August 1st, 1927.
20. Listen! Someone ______ (sing).
1. had learned 2. had got 3. had left 4. had been rescued 5. had run 6. had not flew 7. had pointed 8. are, told 9. will be put 10. must be sent 11. is, made, is made 12. was given 13. Can, be taken 14. can’t be seen 15. is learned 16. are used 17. must not be put 18. will be drawn 19. was founded 20. is singing
1. —Are there any English story-books for us students in the library?
—There are only a few，________.
A．if any B．if there C．if some D．if has
2. —Why didn’t you come to Mike’s birthday party yesterday?
—Well, I_____, but I forgot it.
A．should B．must C．should have D．must have
3. —Have you ever been to Shanghai?
A．Not yet B．Haven’t C．Yet not D．Still not
4. —Be sure to get up earlier tomorrow morning.
—_______,I’ll be as early as a bird.
A．OK, I will B．I’m afraid I can C．Of course not D．No, I will
5. —What’s the matter with you?
—I didn’t pass the test, but I still_______.
A．hope so B．hope to C．hope it D．hope that
6. —Is she really ill?
—________. She’s in hospital.
A．I hope so B．I’m sure C．I don’t think so D．I’m afraid so
7. —You look happy today, Mary.
—I like my new dress and Mother _______, too.
A．likes B．does C．is D．do
8. —Who’s got all the money?
A．does B．is C．was D．has
9. They got to Beijing earlier________.
A．as we did B．as we do C．than we did D．than we were
10. —Would you like to have a try once again?
A．Yes, I like B．No, I don’t like it
C．Yes, I want very much D．Yes, I’d like to
11. —Are you angry?
—Yes. He should at least answer when________.
A．speaking B．spoken to C．spoken D．speaking to
12. —How about the price of these refrigerators?
—They’re equal in price to, if not cheaper than, _______at the other stores.
A．others B．it C．that D．the ones
13. —Why didn’t you come to join her party?
—Sorry, I ____, but I had an unexpected visitor.
A．would do B．should C．would have D．was going to have
14. —I her Mr Zhang was badly injured in the accident.
—______, let’s go to see him.
A．If such B．If so C．If not D．If any
15. ______, the experiment will be successful.
A．If carefully doing B．If did carefully
C．If carefully done D．If doing carefully
1—5 ACAAB 6—10 DBDCD 11—15 BDCBC
make a living, make a decision, make fun of, make many friends with, make up, depend on, make full use of, make sure, wait for, make mistakes, make trouble, make up one’s mind, make some money
Tom graduated from a medical college. He __1__ that he would go to work in a local hospital. He __2__ to make a contribution to his hometown before he went to college.
At college, he didn’t __3__ his parents, but __4__ by teaching in home. Therefore, he __5__ in his spare time. His class was made up of 40 students. He never __6__ other boys though they didn’t even know how to make the bed. He always made his classmates happy, so he __7__ his classmates. He seldom made a telephone call to his parents to __8__ that he didn’t spend extra money.
He was a wise student and never __9__ among other students though sometimes he __10__. He knew the proverb “Time and tide __11__ no man.” So he __12__ his time to study his major and __13__ for what had been lost.
Though the science of medicine was very difficult to study, he made it. As a result, he made a good doctor.
write it down, take pity on, take it easy, take a seat, take good care of, take a bus, take great trouble, take one’s temperature, get home, take a good rest, take off, take part in, take place, get well, take the opportunity
A few days ago I was taken to a hospital in town by my mother. After I __1__ in the clinic, a doctor who had taken a master’s degree at college __2__ and __3__ in my medical record. He __4__ to examine me and it took him about half an hour to finish checking my health. The doctor __5__ me because I was seriously ill. “__6__ the boy. He has taken a very bad cold,” the doctor said to my mother. “Take this medicine three times a day and __7__. He’ll __8__ again soon and __9__.” he added. The doctor was so kind that he took me as a child of his own. Then we __10__ home.
As soon as I had __11__, I __12__ all my clothes and took a warm bath. Because we took the doctor’s advice, several days later something wonderful __13__: I was fully recovered.
But I still felt sorry, for I had taken a few days off and hadn’t __14__ to __15__ the English contest in my school. But I thought no one else could take my place.
A woman (1) ______ (in, with) jeans stood (2) ______ (on, at) the window of an expensive shop. Though she hesitated (3) ______ (for, in) a moment, but finally went in and asked to see a dress that was (4)______ (in, out) the window. The assistant who served her did not like the way (5) ______ (in, by) which she was dressed. Glancing (6) ______ (to, at) her scornfully, he told her that the dress was sold. The woman walked (7) ______ (out of, into) the shop angrily and decided to punish the assistant the next day. She returned (8) ______ (into, to) the shop the following morning dressed (9) ______ (on, in) a fur coat, with a handbag (10) ______ (in, on) one hand and a long umbrella in the other. After seeking out the rude assistant, she asked (11) ______ (of, for) the same dress. Not realizing who she was, the assistant was eager to serve her this time. (12)______ (With, For) great difficulty, he climbed (13) ______ (into, down) the shop window to get the dress. As soon as she saw it, the woman said she did not like it. She enjoyed herself making the assistant bring almost everything in the window(14) ______ (before, after) finally buying the dress she had asked (15) ______ (of, for).
When a plane __1__ London arrived __2__ Sydney airport, workers began to unload a number __3__ wooden boxes which contained clothing. No one could account __4__ the fact that one of the boxes was extremely heavy. It suddenly occurred __5__ one of the workers to open up the box. He was astonished __6__ what he found. A man was lying in the box __7__ top of a pile __8__ woollen goods. He was so surprised __9__ being discovered that he did not even try to run away. After he was arrested, the man admitted hiding in the box before the plane left London. He had had a long and uncomfortable trip, for he had been confined to the wooden box __10__ over ten hours. The man was ordered to pay $345 __11__ the cost of the trip. The normal price __12__ a ticket is $230!
I. (A) 1. made a decision 2. had made up his mind 3. depend on 4. made a living 5. made some money 6. made fun of 7. made many friends with 8. make sure 9. made trouble 10. made mistakes 11. wait for 12. made full use of 13. made up
(B) 1. took a seat 2. took my temperature 3. wrote it down 4. took great trouble 5. took pity on 6. Take good care of 7. take a good rest 8. get well 9. take it easy 10. took a bus 11. gotten home 12. took off 13. took place 14. taken the opportunity 15. take part in
II. (A) 1. in 2. at 3. for 4. in 5. in 6. at 7. out of 8. to 9. in 10. in 11. for 12. With 13. into 14. before 15. for
(B) 1. from 2. at 3. of 4. for 5. to 6. at 7. on 8. of 9. at 10. for 11. for 12. of
The History of Jeans
Denim (蓝粗棉布,牛仔布) and jeans—where do the names come from?
The word “jeans” came from a kind of material that was made in Europe. The material, called jean, was named after sailors from Genoa in Italy, because they wore clothes made from it.
·The 18th century
At first, jean cloth was made from a mixture of things. However, in the eighteenth century as trade, slave labor, and cotton plantations increased, jean cloth was made completely from cotton. Workers wore it because the material was very strong and it did not wear out easily.
·The 19th century—The California Gold Rush
In 1848, gold was found in California (not too far from San Francisco) and the famous Gold Rush began. The gold miners wanted clothes that were strong and did not tear easily. In 1853, a man called Leob Strauss left his home in New York and moved to San Francisco, where he started a wholesale business, supplying clothes. Strauss later changed his name from Leob to Levi.
A big problem with the miners’ clothes was the pockets, which easily tore away from the jeans. A man called Jacob Davis had the idea of using metal rivets (fasteners) to hold the pockets and the jeans together so that they wouldn’t tear. In 1886, Levi sewed a leather label on their jeans. The label showed a picture of a pair of jeans that were being pulled between two horses. This was to advertise how strong Levi jeans were: even two horses could not tear them apart.
The History of Jeans
The materials made in Europe. The name comes from __1__.
Because they wore this kind of clothes from jeans.
In the 18th century
Jean cloth was once mixture and later cotton.
Because of the __2__ of trade, slave labor and cotton plantations.
In the 19th century
Gold Rush increased the sale of jeans.
Because jeans is strong and __3__.
In __4__ century
The jeans wouldn’t tear easily. Two horses could not tear them apart.
Because of __5__ idea of using rivets. Because of the picture in the advertisement shows so.
My father is the man I respect most. Strictly as he may 1. ______
be, he never fails show his care and consideration. Once I 2. ______
broke a neighbor’s window. Seeing nobody around, and I ran 3. ______
away immediately. When Dad came home, he noticed me 4. ______
nervousness and asked me what had happened. I can 5. ______
only tell him the true. Rather than scold me, he praised my 6. ______
honesty and then encouraged me to apologize for our neighbor. 7. ______
I learn from this episode that not only does Dad takes 8. ______
care of our health and he also teaches us how to be good 9. ______
citizens. How lucky I am to have such a good father! 10. ______
植物园： a botanical garden
名人雕塑：statues of famous people
I’d like to tell you that
VI. 1. sailors 2. increase 3. hard to tear 4. the 19th 5. Jacob Davis’
VII. 1. Strictly→Strict 2. fail 后加to 3. 去掉and 4. me→my 5. can→could 6. true→truth 7. for→to 8. takes→take 9. and→but 10. √
VII. One possible version:
I’d like to tell you that our school has worked out a new program. The purposes of the program are to make our school more beautiful, to make the air cleaner and fresher, and to turn our school into a better place for us to study and live.
According to the program, we will plant different kinds of trees, flowers and grass in and around our school. A botanical garden will be built for us to visit and practice in. Besides, we are to build a small garden in which we can do some reading and take a rest. What’s more, some statues of famous people will be set up to encourage us to work harder. Don’t you think it’s a wonderful program?
Welcome to our school if you have any chance.
Certainly dustmen prefer to be known as “Refuse Collection and Disposal Officers”. You may think that this is rather silly, and that it is better to call a spade, aspade. But dustmen can be just as sensitive as people of any other occupations, though we must admit that their job is not the most romantic one in the world. We often take dustmen for granted. Perhaps because they usually come very early in the morning, before most people are up, we are inclined to forget that they exist. Our dustbins are emptied regularly, but we rarely stop to think about the men who do this. However, it is one of the most important jobs in the world ______, and when there are no dustmen, the general public soon becomes aware that something is wrong.
Recently, the dustmen of England went on strike for higher wages. During the first few days it was regarded as a joke. For some reason, jokes have always been made about dustmen, and some people thought this strike was very amusing. But when the first two weeks had passed, and the dustbins were overflowing in nearly every backyard in the country, the joke did not seem so funny any more. As the strike continued, people could not bear the accumulation of rubbish around their dustbins, and they looked for other places in which to get rid of it. Even when the strike was over, and the wages dispute had been settled, it took several weeks for the country to get cleaned up completely, as so much rubbish had accumulated. Perhaps now the English people appreciate the work of their dustmen rather more highly, and won’t take them for granted any more.
1. What is the main idea of the passage? (Please answer within 10 words.)
2. Which sentence in the passage can be replaced by the following one?
We usually find the dustbins clean, ignoring the doers.
3. Please fill in the blank in the first paragraph with proper words or phrases to complete the sentence. (Please answer within 10 words.)
4. How did the English people change their attitude to the dustmen? (Please answer within 30 words.)
5. Translate the underlined sentence in the second paragraph into Chinese.
Although I’m 16 years old, but my father still treats 1. ______
me as a careless children. He doesn’t value my opinions. 2. ______
He is very strict with me and often punishes me about 3. ______
leaving things lying around in the house while he did this 4. ______
all time. I think he fails to set an example to me to 5. ______
follow. But he often says, “Doing as I say, not as I do.” 6. ______
Even worse, he points out my past mistakes to guests, 7. ______
making me feel hurting. I love my father, but I can’t 8. ______
bear what he does. I have been tried many times 9. ______
to talk with he but he never listens. Please help me. 10. ______
VI. 1．The importance of the work of the dustmen.
2．Our dustbins are emptied regularly, but we rarely stop to think about the men who do this.
3．to take away the rubbish
4．As the dustmen of England went on strike for higher wages, not doing their work, people had to look for other places to get rid of the rubbish.
VII. 1. 去掉but 2. children→child 3. about→for 4. did→does 5. 在all后加the 6. Doing→Do 7. √ 8. hurting→hurt 9. 去掉been 10. 第一个he→him
VIII. One possible version:
Pollution seems to come with the development of technology. It is most serious in cities. The sky is always gray. The air is terrible to breathe. And the sandstorms are getting stronger each year in northern cities.
Measures should be taken to protect cities. A good way is to limit the exhaust gas from automobiles by encouraging people to use public transport or take a bike instead of driving their own cars. Another is to strictly control waste water from factories. And as always, planting more trees is also a good idea. Trees and grass are called the lungs of cities.
Let’s start protecting our cities right now and make them better places to live in.