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The famous director of a big and expensive movie planned to film a beautiful sunset over the oce

an, so that the audiences could see his hero and heroine in front of it at the end of the film as they said goodbye to each other forever. He sent his camera crew out one evening to film the sunset for him. The next morning he said to the men, ―Have you provided me with that sunset?‖ ―No, sir,‖ the men answered. The director was angry. ―Why not?‖ he asked. ―Well, sir,‖ one of the men answered, ―we‘re on the east coast here, and the sun sets in the west. We can get you a sunrise over the sea, if necessary, but not a sunset.‖ ―But I want a sunset!‖ the director shouted. ―Go to the airport, take the next flight to the west coast, and get one.‖ But then a young secretary had an idea. ―Why don‘t you photograph a sunrise,‖ she suggested, ―and then play it backwards? Then it‘ll look like a sunset.‖ ―That‘s a very good idea!‖ the director said. Then he turned to the camera crew and said, ―Tomorrow morning I want you to get me a beautiful sunrise over the sea.‖ The camera crew went out early the next morning and filmed a bright sunrise over the beach in the middle of a beautiful bay. Then at nine o‘clock they took it to the director. ―Here it is, sir,‖ they said, and gave it to him. He was very pleased. They all went into the studio. ―All right,‖ the director explained, ―now our hero and heroine are going to say goodbye. Run the film backwards so that we can see the ?sunset‘ behind them.‖ The ―sunset‖ began, but after a quarter of a minute, the director suddenly put his face in his hands and shouted to the camera crew to stop. The birds in the film were flying backwards, and the waves on the sea were going away from the beach. 1. One evening, the director sent his camera crew out _________. A. to film a scene on the sea B. to find an actor and an actress C. to watch a beautiful sunset D. to meet the audience 2. Why did the director want to send his crew to the west coast? A. Because he changed his mind about getting a sunset. B. Because he was angry with his crew. C. Because he wanted to get a scene of sunset. D. Because it was his secretary‘s suggestion. 3. The director wanted to film a sunset over the ocean because ______. A. it went well with the separation of the hero and heroine B. when they arrived at the beach it was already in the evening C. it was more moving than a sunrise D. the ocean looked more beautiful at sunset 4. After the ―sunset‖ began, the director suddenly put his face in his hands ______. A. because he was moved to tears
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B. as he saw everything in the film moving backwards C. as the sunrise did not look as beautiful as he had imagined D. because he was disappointed with the performance of the hero and heroine 5. Which of the following is NOT true? A. The crew had to follow the secretary‘s advice. B. If you want to see a sunrise, the east coat is the place to go. C. The camera crew wasn‘t able to film the scene the first day. D. The director ordered his crew to stop filming the ―sunset‖. 1-5 ACABD

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I‘ve loved my mother‘s desk since I was just tall enough to sit above the top of it. Mother sat writing letters. Standing by her chair, looking at the ink bottle, pens, and white paper, I decided that the act of writing must be a most wonderful thing in the world. Years later, during her final illness, Mother kept different things for my sister and brother. ―But the desk,‖ she said again, ―is for Elizabeth.‖ I never saw her angry, never saw her cry. I knew she loved me; she showed in action. But as a young girl. I wanted to have heart-to-heart talks between mother and daughter. They never happened. And a gulf opened between us. I was ―too emotional (易动 感情的)‖. But she lived ―on the surface (表面)‖. As years passed and I had my own family. I loved my mother and thanked her for our happy family. I wrote to her in careful words and asked her to let me know in any way she chose that she did forgive me. My hope turned to disappointment, then little interest and, finally, peace – it seemed that nothing happened. I couldn‘t be sure that the letter had even got to Mother. I only knew that I had written it, and I could stop trying to make her into someone she was not. But the present of her desk told me, as she‘d never been able to, that she was pleased that writing was my chosen work. I cleaned the desk carefully and found some papers inside – a photo of my father and a one-paper letter, folded and refolded many times. It was my letter.
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―In any way you choose, Mother, you always chose the act that speaks louder than words.‖ 1.The writer began to love her mother‘s desk________. A.after Mother died C.when she was a child 2.The passage shows that_________. A.Mother was cold on the surface but kind in her heart to her daughter B.Mother was too serious about her daughter in words C.Mother wrote to her daughter in careful words D.Mother wrote to her daughter in careless words 3.The underlined word ―gulf‖ in the passage means_______. A.deep understanding between the old and the young B.different ideas between mother and daughter C.free talks between mother and daughter D.part of the sea going far in land 4.What did Mother do with her daughter‘s letter asking for forgiveness? A.She had never received the letter. B.For years, she often talked about the letter. C.She didn‘t forgive her daughter at all in all her life. D.She read the letter again and again till she died. 5.What‘s best title of the passage? A.My letter to Mother C.My Mother‘s Desk 1-5 CABDC
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B.before she became a writer D.when Mother gave it to her

B.Mother and children D.Talks between Mother and me

Mr. Black and Mr. White were two very famous artists in the city. Their drawings were also very popular in the city. But they tried to see who could draw the best picture. One day they asked an old man to be the judge. Mr. Black drew an apple tree. He put his picture in the field. Soon the birds came and tried to eat the apples. The old man saw it and said, ―You have certainly won. Mr. White cannot draw so good a picture as yours. But we will go to see his picture.‖
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They went to Mr. White‘s house. There were nothing but red beautiful curtains on the wall. The old man asked, ―Where is your picture, Mr. White?‖ He said, ―Lift the curtains, and you will find my picture.‖ The old man tried to lift the curtains but found that they were drawn there. They were Mr. White‘s picture. The old man said, ―Birds thought the apples were real. Men thought the curtains were real. So Mr. White won. His picture is the best one.‖ 1. Mr. Black drew . A. an apple tree B. the best picture C. curtains D. birds 2. The old man thought Mr. Black‘s picture was good because . A. it was in the field B. it was an apple tree C. the birds liked it D. the birds thought it was real 3. Mr. White‘s picture was . A. an apple tree B. curtains C. nothing D. an old man 4. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. The birds came and ate the apples up. B. The old man said Mr. White‘s picture was the best one at last. C. The two pictures were not so good. D. The curtains on the wall were real.
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People in the United States honor their parents with two special days: Mother‘s Day, on the second Sunday in May, and Father‘s Day, on the third Sunday in June. These days are set aside to show love and respect for parents. They raise their children and educate them to be responsible(有责任感的) citizens. They give love and care. These two days make us think about the changing roles of mothers and fathers. More mothers now work outside the home. More fathers must help with child care. These two special days are celebrated in many different ways. On Mother‘s Day people wear carnations. A red one symbolizes a living mother. A white one shows that the mother is dead. Many people attend religious services to honor parents. It is also a day when people whose parents are dead visit the cemetery(墓地). On these days families get together at home, as well as in restaurants. They often have outdoor barbecues for Father‘s Day. These are days of fun and good feelings and memories. Another tradition is to give cards and gifts. Children make them in school. Many people make their own presents. These are valued more than the ones bought in stores. It is not the value of the gift that is important, but it is ―the thought that counts‖. Greeting card stores, florists, candy makers, bakeries, telephone companies, and other stores do a lot of business during these holidays. 1.Which of the following is NOT a reason for children to show love and respect for parents? _________. A. Parents bring up children. B. Parents give love and care to children. C. Parents educate children to be good persons.
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D. Parents pass away before children grow up. 2.What do you think ―florists‖ do? _________. A. They sell flowers. B. They make and sell bread. C. They offer enough room for having family parties. D. They sell special gifts for Mother‘s Day and Father‘s Day. 3.Which do you think is right about ―carnation‖? _________. A. It has only two kinds of colors. B. It refers to the special clothes people wear on Mother‘s Day or Father‘s Day. C. It‘s a kind of flower showing love and best wishes. D. People can wear carnations only on the second Sunday in May.
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The most important holiday in spring, especially for Christians, is Easter. This Christian holiday is not on the same date every year,but it‘s always on a Sunday. It can be any Sunday between March 22 and April 25. Many people celebrate Easter by buying new clothes. Children celebrate by hunting for colored eggs that their parents have hidden around the house. People also give Easter baskets filled with candy and other goodies to one another to celebrate the day. But the holiday is more than new clothes and good things to eat. On Easter, many people go to church to celebrate Jesus‘ resurrection (复活) from the dead. Most people color Ester eggs. Some people hide them. Others just eat them. But no matter what one does with Easter eggs,they are an important Easter tradition throughout the Western world. People from many different cultures celebrate Easter. In both America and Belgium, children look for Easter eggs hidden on lawns and in bushes. In America, children believe the eggs are hidden by the Easter bunny (兔子).But in Belgium, the hidden eggs are supposed to have fallen from church bells. In Bulgaria (保加利亚), red Easter eggs are lucky in churches. Bulgarian families also hit these Easter eggs together to see whose is the strongest. The winner looks forward to good fortune that year. Still dozens of other Easter traditions exist. In parts of Austria,for example,children sing from door to door and are rewarded with colorful eggs. 1.Easter comes _______. A. on the same date every year B. on Sunday on March 22 C. on Sunday on April 25 D. on a Sunday between March 22 and April 25 2.To celebrate Easter, people ___________. A. go shopping, hide colored eggs and children hunt for them B. give Easter baskets filled candy and goodies to one another C. buy new clothes, hide colored eggs and children look for them around the house
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D. both B and C 3.For Christians the more important thing to do on Easter is________. A. going to church to celebrate Jesus‘ resurrection B. buying new clothes C. eating delicious food and paint color eggs D. exchange beautiful gifts each other 4 . People from different cultures have different ideas about Easter egg _________. A. In both American and Belgium, children hunt for Easter eggs hidden in rooms and in bushes B. In Belgium, the hidden eggs are thought to have fallen from doorbells C. In American, children believe the eggs are hidden by the Easter bunny D. In America, the hidden eggs are supposed to have fallen from doorbells 5.In some places of Austria, children sing from door to door for_______. A. blesses B. Easter eggs C. candy and goodies D. Easter bunny 1—5 DDACB
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The famous director of a big and expensive movie planned to film a beautiful sunset over the ocean, so that the audiences could see his hero and heroine in front of it at the end of the film as they said goodbye to each other forever. He sent his camera crew out one evening to film the sunset for him. The next morning he said to the men, ―Have you provided me with that sunset?‖ ―No, sir,‖ the men answered. The director was angry. ―Why not?‖ he asked. ―Well, sir,‖ one of the men answered, ―we‘re on the east coast here, and the sun sets in the west. We can get you a sunrise over the sea, if necessary, but not a sunset.‖ ―But I want a sunset!‖ the director shouted. ―Go to the airport, take the next flight to the west coast, and get one.‖ But then a young secretary had an idea. ―Why don‘t you photograph a sunrise,‖ she suggested, ―and then play it backwards? Then it‘ll look like a sunset.‖ ―That‘s a very good idea!‖ the director said. Then he turned to the camera crew and said, ―Tomorrow morning I want you to get me a beautiful sunrise over the sea.‖ The camera crew went out early the next morning and filmed a bright sunrise over the beach in the middle of a beautiful bay. Then at nine o‘clock they took it to the director. ―Here it is, sir,‖ they said, and gave it to him. He was very pleased. They all went into the studio. ―All right,‖ the director explained, ―now our hero
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and heroine are going to say goodbye. Run the film backwards so that we can see the ?sunset‘ behind them.‖ The ―sunset‖ began, but after a quarter of a minute, the director suddenly put his face in his hands and shouted to the camera crew to stop. The birds in the film were flying backwards, and the waves on the sea were going away from the beach. 1. One evening, the director sent his camera crew out _________. A. to film a scene on the sea B. to find an actor and an actress C. to watch a beautiful sunset D. to meet the audience 2. Why did the director want to send his crew to the west coast? A. Because he changed his mind about getting a sunset. B. Because he was angry with his crew. C. Because he wanted to get a scene of sunset. D. Because it was his secretary‘s suggestion. 3. The director wanted to film a sunset over the ocean because ______. A. it went well with the separation of the hero and heroine B. when they arrived at the beach it was already in the evening C. it was more moving than a sunrise D. the ocean looked more beautiful at sunset 4. After the ―sunset‖ began, the director suddenly put his face in his hands ______. A. because he was moved to tears B. as he saw everything in the film moving backwards C. as the sunrise did not look as beautiful as he had imagined D. because he was disappointed with the performance of the hero and heroine 5. Which of the following is NOT true? A. The crew had to follow the secretary‘s advice. B. If you want to see a sunrise, the east coat is the place to go. C. The camera crew wasn‘t able to film the scene the first day. D. The director ordered his crew to stop filming the ―sunset‖. 1-5 ACABD

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I‘ve loved my mother‘s desk since I was just tall enough to sit above the top of it. Mother sat writing letters. Standing by her chair, looking at the ink bottle, pens, and white paper, I decided that the act of writing must be a most wonderful thing in the world. Years later, during her final illness, Mother kept different things for my sister and brother. ―But the desk,‖ she said again, ―is for Elizabeth.‖ I never saw her angry, never saw her cry. I knew she loved me; she showed in action. But as a young girl. I wanted to have heart-to-heart talks between mother and
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daughter. They never happened. And a gulf opened between us. I was ―too emotional (易动 感情的)‖. But she lived ―on the surface (表面)‖. As years passed and I had my own family. I loved my mother and thanked her for our happy family. I wrote to her in careful words and asked her to let me know in any way she chose that she did forgive me. My hope turned to disappointment, then little interest and, finally, peace – it seemed that nothing happened. I couldn‘t be sure that the letter had even got to Mother. I only knew that I had written it, and I could stop trying to make her into someone she was not. But the present of her desk told me, as she‘d never been able to, that she was pleased that writing was my chosen work. I cleaned the desk carefully and found some papers inside – a photo of my father and a one-paper letter, folded and refolded many times. It was my letter. ―In any way you choose, Mother, you always chose the act that speaks louder than words.‖ 1.The writer began to love her mother‘s desk________. A.after Mother died C.when she was a child 2.The passage shows that_________. A.Mother was cold on the surface but kind in her heart to her daughter B.Mother was too serious about her daughter in words C.Mother wrote to her daughter in careful words D.Mother wrote to her daughter in careless words 3.The underlined word ―gulf‖ in the passage means_______. A.deep understanding between the old and the young B.different ideas between mother and daughter C.free talks between mother and daughter D.part of the sea going far in land
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4.What did Mother do with her daughter‘s letter asking for forgiveness? A.She had never received the letter. B.For years, she often talked about the letter. C.She didn‘t forgive her daughter at all in all her life. D.She read the letter again and again till she died. 5.What‘s best title of the passage? A.My letter to Mother C.My Mother‘s Desk 1-5 CABDC
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B.Mother and children D.Talks between Mother and me

Mr. Black and Mr. White were two very famous artists in the city. Their drawings were also very popular in the city. But they tried to see who could draw the best picture. One day they asked an old man to be the judge. Mr. Black drew an apple tree. He put his picture in the field. Soon the birds came and tried to eat the apples. The old man saw it and said, ―You have certainly won. Mr. White cannot draw so good a picture as yours. But we will go to see his picture.‖ They went to Mr. White‘s house. There were nothing but red beautiful curtains on the wall. The old man asked, ―Where is your picture, Mr. White?‖ He said, ―Lift the curtains, and you will find my picture.‖ The old man tried to lift the curtains but found that they were drawn there. They were Mr. White‘s picture. The old man said, ―Birds thought the apples were real. Men thought the curtains were real. So Mr. White won. His picture is the best one.‖ 1. Mr. Black drew . A. an apple tree B. the best picture C. curtains D. birds 2. The old man thought Mr. Black‘s picture was good because . A. it was in the field B. it was an apple tree C. the birds liked it D. the birds thought it was real 3. Mr. White‘s picture was . A. an apple tree B. curtains C. nothing D. an old man 4. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. The birds came and ate the apples up. B. The old man said Mr. White‘s picture was the best one at last. C. The two pictures were not so good. D. The curtains on the wall were real.
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People in the United States honor their parents with two special days: Mother‘s Day, on the second Sunday in May, and Father‘s Day, on the third Sunday in June. These days are set aside to show love and respect for parents. They raise their children and educate them to be responsible(有责任感的) citizens. They give love and care. These two days make us think about the changing roles of mothers and fathers. More mothers now work outside the home. More fathers must help with child care. These two special days are celebrated in many different ways. On Mother‘s Day people wear carnations. A red one symbolizes a living mother. A white one shows that the mother is dead. Many people attend religious services to honor parents. It is also a day when people whose parents are dead visit the cemetery(墓地). On these days families get together at home, as well as in restaurants. They often have outdoor barbecues for Father‘s Day. These are days of fun and good feelings and memories. Another tradition is to give cards and gifts. Children make them in school. Many people make their own presents. These are valued more than the ones bought in stores. It is not the value of the gift that is important, but it is ―the thought that counts‖. Greeting card stores, florists, candy makers, bakeries, telephone companies, and other stores do a lot of business during these holidays. 1.Which of the following is NOT a reason for children to show love and respect for parents? _________. A. Parents bring up children. B. Parents give love and care to children. C. Parents educate children to be good persons. D. Parents pass away before children grow up. 2.What do you think ―florists‖ do? _________. A. They sell flowers. B. They make and sell bread. C. They offer enough room for having family parties. D. They sell special gifts for Mother‘s Day and Father‘s Day. 3.Which do you think is right about ―carnation‖? _________. A. It has only two kinds of colors. B. It refers to the special clothes people wear on Mother‘s Day or Father‘s Day. C. It‘s a kind of flower showing love and best wishes. D. People can wear carnations only on the second Sunday in May.
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The most important holiday in spring, especially for Christians, is Easter. This Christian holiday is not on the same date every year,but it‘s always on a Sunday. It can be any Sunday between March 22 and April 25. Many people celebrate Easter by buying new clothes. Children celebrate by hunting for colored eggs that their parents have hidden around the house. People also give Easter baskets filled with candy and other goodies to one another to celebrate the day. But the holiday is more than new clothes and good things to eat. On Easter,
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many people go to church to celebrate Jesus‘ resurrection (复活) from the dead. Most people color Ester eggs. Some people hide them. Others just eat them. But no matter what one does with Easter eggs,they are an important Easter tradition throughout the Western world. People from many different cultures celebrate Easter. In both America and Belgium, children look for Easter eggs hidden on lawns and in bushes. In America, children believe the eggs are hidden by the Easter bunny (兔子).But in Belgium, the hidden eggs are supposed to have fallen from church bells. In Bulgaria (保加利亚), red Easter eggs are lucky in churches. Bulgarian families also hit these Easter eggs together to see whose is the strongest. The winner looks forward to good fortune that year. Still dozens of other Easter traditions exist. In parts of Austria,for example,children sing from door to door and are rewarded with colorful eggs. 1.Easter comes _______. A. on the same date every year B. on Sunday on March 22 C. on Sunday on April 25 D. on a Sunday between March 22 and April 25 2.To celebrate Easter, people ___________. A. go shopping, hide colored eggs and children hunt for them B. give Easter baskets filled candy and goodies to one another C. buy new clothes, hide colored eggs and children look for them around the house D. both B and C 3.For Christians the more important thing to do on Easter is________. A. going to church to celebrate Jesus‘ resurrection B. buying new clothes C. eating delicious food and paint color eggs D. exchange beautiful gifts each other 4 . People from different cultures have different ideas about Easter egg _________. A. In both American and Belgium, children hunt for Easter eggs hidden in rooms and in bushes B. In Belgium, the hidden eggs are thought to have fallen from doorbells C. In American, children believe the eggs are hidden by the Easter bunny D. In America, the hidden eggs are supposed to have fallen from doorbells 5.In some places of Austria, children sing from door to door for_______. A. blesses B. Easter eggs C. candy and goodies D. Easter bunny 1—5 DDACB
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(I)★★ Watching some children trying to catch butterflies one hot August afternoon, I was reminded of an incident in my own childhood.When I was a boy of 12 in South Carolina, something happened to me that cured me forever of wanting to put any wild creature in a cage. We lived on the edge of a wood, and every evening at dusk the mockingbirds would come and rest in the trees and sing. There isn‘t a musical instrument made by man that can produce a more beautiful sound than the song of the mockingbird. I decided that I would catch a young bird and keep it in a cage and in that way would have my own private musician. I finally succeeded in catching one and put it in a cage. At first, in its fright at being captured, the bird fluttered about the cage, but eventually it settled down in its new home. I felt very pleased with myself and looked forward to some beautiful singing from my tiny musician. I had left the cage out on our back porch, and on the second day of the bird‘s captivity my new pet‘s mother flew to the cage with food in her mouth. The baby bird ate everything she brought to it. I was pleased to see this. Certainly the mother knew better than I how to feed her baby. The following morning when I went to see how my captive was doing, I discovered it on the floor of the cage, dead. I was shocked! What had happened! I had taken excellent care of my little bird, or so I thought. Arthur Wayne, the famous ornithologist, happened to be visiting my father at the time, hearing me crying over the death of my bird, explained what had occurred. ―A mother mockingbird, finding her young in a cage, will sometimes bring it poison berries. She thinks it better for her young to die than to live in captivity.‖ Never since then have I caught any living creature and put it in a cage. All living creatures have a right to live free. 1.Why did the writer catch a mockingbird when he was a boy of 12? A.He had just got a new cage. B.He liked its beautiful feather. C.He wanted it to sing for him. D.He wanted a pet for a companion. 2.The mockingbird died because it ______. A.was frightened to death B.ate the poisonous food its mother gave it C.refused to eat anything D.drank the poisonous water by mistake 3.An ornithologist probably means ______. A.a religious person B.a kind person C.a schoolmaster D.an expert in birds 4.What is the most important lesson the writer learned from the incident? A.Freedom is very valuable to all creatures. B.All birds put in a cage won‘t live long. C.You should keep the birds from their mother. D.Be careful about food you give to baby birds. 1-4 CBDA
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Once upon a time a man became a great archer(射手).He asked the king to declare him as the greatest archer of the country.The king was about to do so when an old servant of the king said, ―Wait, I know an old man who lives in the forest. is a much greater archer. this sir. He Let young man go to him and learn from him for at least three years.‖ The man could not believe that there could be a greater archer than him,but he went and found the old man and he was! For three years he learned from him.Then one day,when he thought he had learned everything, thought arose in him: I kill this old man, the ―If then I will be the greatest archer.‖ The old man had gone to cut wood and he was coming back carrying wood on his shoulder. The young man hid behind a tree, waiting to kill him. shot an arrow. He The old man took a small piece of wood and threw it.It struck the arrow and the arrow turned back and wounded the young man very deeply.The old man came,took Out the arrow and said。―I knew that some day or other you were going to do this.That‘s why I have not taught you this secret.There is no need to kill me.My Master is still alive,and I‘m nothing before him.You must be with him for at least thirty years.And he is very old,SO go fast! Find the old man!‖ 1.The underlined word in the 1st paragraph is closest in meaning to ― A.admire B.advise C.announce D.admit ‖.

2.The young archer wanted to kill the old man in the _______. A.he had nothing more to learn from him B.he could then become the greatest archer C.the old man refused to teach him everything D.the king‘s old servant ordered him to do SO 3.The following pictures show what happened between the young archer and his master. Which is the right order of the events? A.1—2—3—4 C.4—2—3—1 B.4—3—2—1 D.4—2—1—3

4.What do you think would most probably happen next? A.The young archer died from the wound soon after. B.The king declared the young man the greatest archer. C.The young archer found the old man‘s master and killed him. D.The young archer set off to look for the old man‘s master. 5.What lesson can you learn from the story? A.There‘s always someone better than you in this world. B.You must never try to become better than your teacher. C.The older a man is,the better archer he usually becomes.
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D.Always use a piece of wood to protect yourself from an arrow. 1-5 CBCDA (III)★

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Amanda Clement grew up in Hudson,South Dakota.Baseball was always her favorite sport.Once in a while her brother Hank and his friends would let her play first base in their games.More often,however,they asked her to umpire(裁判) for them,because they knew her calls would be fair and there would be no arguing. One day in 1904,Amanda and her mother traveled to Hawarden,Iowa,to watch Hank play for the home team against Hawarden.When they arrived at the ball field,two local teams were waiting to play a preliminary(预备) game.The umpire hadn‘t arrived,so Hank argued that the teams should let his sister serve as umpire.The players finally agreed. Amanda, then sixteen and standing five feet, inches tall, ten made perfect calls. She was so good that players for the main game asked her 10 umpire for them and even offered to pay her.Thus,at sixteen,Amanda Clement became the first paid female baseball umpire on record.She is honored in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown,New York. 1.Hank and his friends often asked Amanda to umpire for them because A.they wanted to make her happy B.she called them brothers C.no one else wanted to do it for them D.she knew the rules well and was fair 2.Amanda went to Hawarden in order to A.serve as umpire C.make money B.watch her brother play D.help the local teams 3.Amanda most probably learned how to umpire a baseball game A.in her P.E.classes at school .

B.in an umpire training school

C.by watching and playing the games D.from her mother,a baseball umpire 4.Which of the following can be the best title of the passage? A.Amanda Clement.First Female Umpire B.A Family of Baseball Fans C.Baseball Games in Hawarden,Iowa D.The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown 1-4 DBCA
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A farmer had some puppies to sell. He painted a sign advertising them on the edge of his yard. One day, a little boy came to buy one of the puppies. With a whistle(口哨), the farmer called, ―Here, Dolly!‖ Out from the doghouse ran Dolly followed by four little balls of fur. The little boy stood against the fence. His eyes danced with delight. As the dogs made their way to the fence, the little boy noticed something else inside the doghouse. Slowly another little ball appeared, something wrong with its legs, doing its best to catch up. ―I want that one,‖ the little boy said. The farmer knelt down at the boy's side and said, ―Son, you don't want that puppy. He will never be able to run and play with you like these other dogs would.‖ With that, the little boy stepped back from the fence, reached down and began rolling up one leg of his trousers. In doing so, he showed a steel brace(固定器) running down both sides of his leg attaching itself to a specially made shoe. Looking back up at the farmer, he said, ―You see, sir, I don‘t run too well myself, and he will need someone who understands.‖ 1. How did the farmer advertise his puppies? A. Advertise them in the newspaper. B. Put up a sign in his yard. C. Show them to his neighbors. D. Send pictures to a magazine. 2. The underlined words ―four little balls of fur‖ refer to ― A. four toy balls C. four lovely dogs 3. Why did the boy choose the last dog? A. Because they have something in common. B. Because he didn't have enough money. C. Because it was the most lovely one. D. Because the farmer wouldn't sell other dogs. 4. According to the story, we know that the boy . A. didn't like dogs at all C. could run as fast as others 1-4 BCAD B. needed a dog to help him D. had an artificial(假的) leg
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(V) ★★ The London Marathon is an annual event and of the thousands of runners who take part, many of them have a story to tell as to why they are running the 26.2 mile (42.2 km) course around London.
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The men's race was won by Kenyan, Martin Lel, who finished the race in just two hours and five minutes, a personal best time for him. Irina Mikitenko was the winner of the women's race and this was astonishingly only her second race at marathon distance! There was also a group of 24 runners who have competed in every single one of the 28 London marathons. Jeff Aston is one of them and at 60 years old, he finished in just over three and a half hours. A lot of the non-competitive runners take part in the marathon to raise money for charity. Jeff estimates he has raised about £25,000 (350,000 RMB) over the 28 years he has been running. Jane Tomlinson is a well-known name in the UK. She raised millions for charity doing long cycle rides, marathons and triathlons while struggling against terminal cancer, a battle she sadly lost last year. In honor of Jane, her husband and daughter took part in the marathon. They managed to raise £20,000 (280,000 RMB) for a charity set up in Jane's name. Another astonishing one was blind runner Dave Heeley completing the marathon. As if that wasn't enough, this was his seventh marathon in seven days, as he took part in a special challenge which took him to seven countries. 1. Which of the following can be the best title of the passage? A. A Variety of Athletic Runners C. Inspirational Event 2. What do we know from the passage? A. The London Marathon is held every year to raise money for charity. B. Jane Tomlinson together with her husband took part in the marathon. C. Dave Heeley is an inspiring marathon runner. D. Kenyan, Martin Lel won the men's race just over three and a half hours. 3. The underlined word ―triathlons‖ in the fifth paragraph probably refers to A. a formal meeting C. a kind of disease 1-3 BCD
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Ammie Reddick from East Kilbride, Lanarkshire, was only 18 months old when she had the accident that had scarred(留下创伤) her for life. The curious child reached up to grab the wire
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of a hot kettle in the family kitchen and poured boiling water over her tiny infant frame. Her mother Ruby turned round and, seeing Ammie horribly burnt, called an ambulance which rushed her daughter to a nearby hospital. Twenty percent of Ammie’s body had been burned and all of her burns were third-degree. There, using tissue taken from unburned areas of Ammie’s body, surgeons 外科医生) ( performed complex skin grafts 移植) to close her wounds ( and control her injuries, an operation that took about six hours. Over the next 16 years, Ammie underwent 12 more operations to repair her body. When she started school at Maxwelton Primary at age 4, other pupils made cruel comments or simply wouldn’t play with her. “ I was the only burned child in the street, the class and the school,” she recalled, “some children refused to become friends because of that.” Today, age 17, Ammie can only ever remember being a burned person with scars; pain is a permanent part of her body. She still has to have two further skin grafts. Yet she is a confident, outgoing teenager who offers inspiration and hope to other young burns victims. She is a member of the Scottish Burned Chindren’s Club, a charity set up last year. This month, Ammie will be joining the younger children at the Graffham Water Center in Cambridgeshire for the charity’s first summer camp. “I’ll show them how to shrug off unkind stares from others,” she says. Ammie loves wearing fashionable sleeveless tops, and she plans to show the youngsters at the summer camp that they can too. “I do not go to great lengths to hide my burns scars,” she says, “I gave up wondering how other people would react years ago.” 1.What would be the best title of the passage? A. Angel of Hope C. Permanent scars and pain for a girl B. A seriously burned girl survives D. Shrug off unkind stares

2. How many operations has Ammie already had? A. One B. Twelve C. Thirteen D. Fifteen

3. What did other children do when Ammie first went to school? A. They were friendly to her C. They were cruel to her B. They laughed at her D. They were afraid of her

4. Ammie will teach the younger children at the Graffham Water Center to ____. A. hide their scars by proper dressing C. recover quickly B. face others’ unkindness bravely D. live a normal life

5. Which of the following words is not proper to describe Ammie? A. Confident B. Outgoing C. Optimistic D. Fashionable 1-5 ACCBD (II)★★★ Mexico City is truly one of the most amazing cities in the world with a mixture of both the old and new world. From the moment your plane starts to descend into this vast city, you know
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that your trip will be quite an adventure. Once in your taxi and the moment you leave the airport, you are amazed at the large amount of slow traffic. The volume of the traffic can be stressful to some. The "Paseo de la Reforma(改革大道)", running southwest across the city, is one of the major tourist and business areas in Mexico City with many high quality hotels only walking distance from great restaurants and other tourist attractions. The only problem you will have is trying to see all of these sites during your vacation time. One of the most popular attractions in this area is the National Museum of Anthropology along the northwest part of the street. There are thousands of artifacts on display showing the history of the area and numerous items found from the many Aztec sites in the area. Walking southwest from the museum, you will soon reach the Mexico City Zoo, which is a great place to spend an afternoon. Across the street from the museum is the Chapultepec Castle, once an important site in the Mexican-American war. It's also a good idea to take the train up the hill to where the castle is located as the hill is steep. It's important to keep in mind that Mexico City is over 7,000 feet above sea level and some feel it difficult to breathe when walking. You can take a taxi to the Coyoacan market during the evening on a weekend. It's a great place to get some cheap souvenirs to bring back home and to enjoy some traditional Mexican cuisine. However, you must be careful where you eat and that the meat is well cooked. 1. The tourists in Mexico City may not be satisfied with______. A. the high speed of the traffic C. the polluted air in the city B. the heavy traffic of the city D. their safety in the city

2. From the third paragraph, we can learn that______. A. the number of the city attractions can't meet the needs of the tourists B. it is convenient for tourists to visit the city from where they stay C. tourists have problems when visiting the sites in Mexico City D. tourists often have their three meals in the high quality hotels 3. Which of the following shows the correct positions of the following places? P = Paseo de la Reforma C = the Chapultepec Castle M = the National Museum of Anthropology Z = the Mexico City Zoo

4. Which of the following attractions may interest those who want to study the military (of thearmy) history of Mexico City?
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A. The National Museum of Anthropology. C. The Chapultepec Castle. 1-4 BBDC

B. The Coyoacan market. D. The Aztec sites.

(III)★★★ Normally a student must attend a certain number of courses in order to graduate, and each course which he attends gives him a credit (学分) which he may count towards a degree. In many American universities the total work for a degree consists of thirty-six courses each lasting for one semester (学期). A typical course consists of three classes per week for fifteen weeks; while attending a university a student will probably take four or five courses during each semester. Normally a student would expect to take four years attending two semesters each year. It is possible to spread the period of work for the degree over a longer period. It is also possible for a student to move between one university and another during his degree course, though this is not in fact done as a regular practice. For every course that he follows, a student is given a grade, which is recorded, and the record is available for the student to show to prospective(预期的) employers. All this imposes a constant pressure and strain of work, but in spite of this some students still find time for great activity in student affairs. Elections to positions in student organizations arouse much enthusiasm (热情). The effective work of maintaining discipline is usually performed by students who advise the academic authorities (权威). Any student who is thought to have broken rules, for example, by cheating has to appear before a student court. With the enormous numbers of students, the operation of the system does involve a certain amount of activity. A student who has held one of these positions of authority is much respected and it will be of benefit to him later in his career. 1. Normally a student would at least attend ______ classes per week. A. 36 B. 12 C. 20 D.15

2. According to the first passage an American student is allowed ______. A. to live in a different university B. to take a particular course in a different university C. to live at home and drive to classes D. to get two degrees from two different universities 3. American students are usually under pressure of work because ______. A. their academic performance will affect their future careers B. they are heavily involved in student affairs C. they have to observe university discipline D. they want to run for positions of authoring 4. Some students are enthusiastic for positions in student organizations probably because_____. A. they hate the constant pressure and strain of their study
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B. they will then be able to stay longer in the university C. such positions help them get better jobs D. such positions are usually well paid 1—4 BBAC (IV)★★

A year ago August, Dave Fuss lost his job driving a truck for a small company in west Michigan. His wife, Gerrie, was still working in the local school cafeteria, but work for Dave was scarce, and the price of everything was rising. The Fusses were at risk of joining the millions of Americans who have lost their homes in recent years. Then Dave and Gerrie received a timely gift-$7,000,a legacy(遗产) from their neighbors Ish and Arlene Hatch, who died in an accident. ―It really made a difference when we were going under financially(经济上),‖ says Dave. But the Fusses weren‘t the only folks in Alto and the neighboring town of Lowell to receive unexpected legacy from the Hatches. Dozens of other families were touched by the Hatches‘ generosity. In some cases, it was a few thousand dollars; in others, it was more than $100,000. It surprised nearly everyone that the Hatches had so much money, more than $3 million—they were an elderly couple who lived in an old house on what was left of the family farm.
Children of the Great Depression, Ish and Arlene were known for their habit of saving. They thrived on(喜欢) comparison shopping and would routinely go from store to store, checking prices before buying something. Through the years, the Hatches paid for local children to attend summer camp when their parents couldn‘t afford it. ―Ish and Arlene never asked if you needed anything.‖ says their friend Sandy Van Weelden. ―They could see things they could do to make you happier and they would do them.‖ Even more extraordinary was that the Hatches had their farmland distributed(分送). It was the Hatches‘ wish that their legacy—a legacy of kindness as much as one of dollars and cents —should enrich the whole community (社区) and last for generations to come. Neighbors helping neighbors—that was Ish and Arlene Hatch‘s story. 1. According to the text, the Fusses ____________. A. were employed by a truck company B. worked in a school cafeteria C. were in financial difficulty D. lost their home 2. Which of the following is true of the Hatches? A. They gave away their possessions to their neighbors. B. They left the family farm to live in an old house. C. They had their children during the Great Depression. D. They helped their neighbors to find jobs. 3. Why would the Hatches routinely go from store to store? A. They decided to open a store. B. They wanted to save money. C. They couldn‘t afford expensive things . D. They wanted to buy gifts for local kids. 4. According to Sandy Van Weelden, the Hatches were _________. A. mean B. childlike C. curious D. understanding
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1-4 CABD (V)★★★ It was the first snow of winter — an exciting day for every child but not for most teachers. Up until now, I had been able to dress myself for recess(课间休息), but today I would need some help. Miss Finlayson, my kindergarten teacher, had been through first snow days many times in her long career, but I think she may still remember this one. I managed to get into my wool snow pants. But I struggled with my jacket because it didn‘t fit well. It was a hand-me-down from my brother, and it made me wonder why I had to wear his ugly clothes. At least my hat and matching scarf(围巾) were mine, and they were quite pretty. Finally it was time to have Miss Finlayson help me with my boots(靴子). In her calm, motherly voice she said, "By the end of winter, you will be able to put on your own boots.‖ I didn‘t realize at the time that this was more a statement of hope than of confidence. I handed her my boots and stuck out my foot. Like most children, I expected the adult to do all the work. After much wiggling and pushing, she managed to get first one into place and then, with a sigh, worked the second one on too. I announced, ―They‘re on the wrong feet.‖ With the grace that only experience can bring, she struggled to get the boots off and went through the joyless task of putting them on again. Then I said, ―These aren‘t my boots, you know.‖ As she pulled the offending boots from my feet, she still managed to look both helpful and interested. Once they were off, I said,―They are my brother‘s boots. My mother makes me wear them, and I hate them!‖ Somehow, from long years of practice, she managed to act as though I wasn‘t an annoying(烦人的) little girl.She pushed and shoved, less gently this time, and the boots were returned to their proper place on my feet. With a great sigh of relief, seeing the end of her struggle with me, she asked, ―Now, where are your gloves?‘‘ I looked into her eyes and said, ―I didn‘t want to lose them, so I put them into the toes of my boots.‖ 1. According to the passage, the little girl got from her brother. A. the wool snow pants and the jacket B. the jacket and the boots C. the jacket and the hat D. the boots and the gloves 2. Why does the author say Miss Finlayson would remember that first snow day? A. Because the little girl played a trick on her. B. Because it was the most exciting day of the winter. C. Because the little girl was in her brother‘s clothes. D. Because the little girl wore a pretty scarf. 3. We can learn from the text that Miss Finlayson_________. A. was losing confidence in the little girl B. gradually lost patience with the little girl C. because disappointed with the little girl D. was getting bored with the little girl 4. It can be inferred(推断) that before the little girl finally went out to enjoy the first snow of winter,the teacher had to help her put on her boots __________. A. once B. twice C. three times D. four times 1-4 BABD
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