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(1) A man and his wife had a dog to keep their house. When they went out, they always left the dog inside the house. One evening they wanted 1 to the cinema, 2 they left the dog in the house and locked the door and their 3 . They 4 their car. When the film finished, they came back home. They opened the gate and put the car 5 . But when they came to the front door, they found that part of the glass 6 the door was broken. The door was unlocked and 7 . A robber! They went in and quickly looked in all the rooms to see 8 things the robber had taken. But everything was in the 9 place and nothing at all 10 . The dog 11 in the sitting room on the floor. The lady was 12 the dog. ―Why didn‘t you keep the house?‖ she said. The dog was 13 to see its owners. It began to wag its tail (摇尾巴) and then it went to a corner of the room and picked up something in its mouth. It went to the lady and 14 the thing at her feet. When the lady went to pick it up, she gave a scream (尖叫). Can you guess what the dog‘s present was? It was … a … man‘s 15 ! (1) A. go B. to go C. going D. gone (2) A. so B. but C. then D. because (3) A. garden‘s gate B. gardens‘ gate C. gardens gate D. garden gate (4) A. got off B. got on C. got into D. went on (5) A. up B. down C. away D. into (6) A. at B. in C. on D. to (7) A. half-open B. half-opens C. half-opened D. half-opening (8) A. the B. all C. that D. what (9) A. right B. left C. wrong D. just (10) A. to miss B. to be missing C. was missed D. was missing (11) A. was slept B. felt asleep C. was sleeping D. fell sleeping (12) A. afraid of B. angry with C. worried about D. surprised at (13) A. sad B. pleased C. quick D. clever (14) A. pulled B. threw C. dropped D. took (15) A. finger B. fingers C. heart D. teeth (2) It was almost 9:00 p. m. when Mia Jameson left her office to go home. It was 1 . She started her car and she 2 down the dark road that led to her house in the country. She 3 the radio and sang songs while she was driving. The heater (暖气机) wasn‘t working, and singing helped to keep her 4 . The snow was heavy. Then Mia went across a small 5 . The bridge was covered with ice and the car went out of control (失去控制). Mia hit her head on the steering wheel and lost consciousness (知觉). When she 6 , her head was bleeding (流血), and she was shaking from the cold. She didn‘t know 7 she was. Mia opened the car door and looked around. She was under the bridge, and her car was sitting on the 8 river! She felt very 9 . She knew the ice wouldn‘t 10 her car for very long. She 11 to walk up the hill several times, but she kept falling in the snow. Mia tried 12 time. She fell again, but this time she couldn‘t get up. She knew that 13 could see her car under the bridge. She was lying in the snow, and she couldn‘t 14 . Mia closed her eyes and 15 die. Then she heard a voice. Mia opened her eyes. There was an old man standing over her. She stood up and walked up with the help of the old man. ―That‘s my truck,‖ said the old man. ―Get in and I‘ll take you home.‖ (1) A. raining B. cool C. snowing D. late

(2) A. ran (3) A. turned on (4) A. happy (5) A. bridge (6) A. got up (7) A. how (8) A. deep (9) A. angry (10) A. keep (11) A. tried (12) A. one (13) A. someone (14) A. feel (15) A. waited to

C. walked D. rode C. turned off D. turned down C. warm D. not lonely C. town D. farm C. looked up D. woke up C. why D. where C. wide D. cold C. surprised D. afraid C. take D. hold C. would like D. seemed C. other D. the other C. everyone D. no one C. move D. go C. was able to D. decided to (3) I am sitting in an empty football field after my last high school football game that finished a few hours ago. I‘m the mid-field player on my team. But in fact that‘s not 1 now. I was the mid-field player because, as I said, this was my 2 game. That‘s a good way to end a high school football career (生涯), especially if you win, but even though you don‘t, it‘s 3 to leave at a high point. I was eight when I first started playing football. My dad 4 football, and he used to practise with me at home – passing, catching, running. We used to practise almost every evening 5 it got too dark. He tried to teach me everything he knew about the 6 . ―Just remember: don‘t ever 7 .‖ ―Stay in the game. Don‘t lose your concentration (专注).‖ ―Go out there and give 110 percent every time.‖ Well, that was a long time ago, but I still hear his words 8 in my ears. I had a lot on my mind 9 the game today. I don‘t like things to end, I guess, and this was the last game. I was talking to myself and warning myself about what to do and not to do. I didn‘t sleep at all 10 , and when the sun came up this morning, I reached the point where 11 just wanted it all to be over, finished, done. But then when the game started, my mind became 12 . I just lived in this game, this moment. I didn‘t hear the crowd, I didn‘t feel the cold or the pain, I never felt tired. I just kept my eyes on the 13 , and it was just me and the ball and, inside, a soft, white light 14 me the way to the goal. It was a beautiful, empty feeling. It‘s all over now, and it‘s really getting cold here. It‘s starting to snow. The sun‘s almost gone, and I can 15 see the goal. Now it‘s dark and I‘m sitting here all alone. Well, I guess it‘s time to say good-bye and move on. (1) A. true B. wrong C. strange D. clear (2) A. first B. last C. worst D. favourite (3) A. good B. bad C. lucky D. painful (4) A. needed B. hated C. missed D. loved (5) A. until B. when C. unless D. although (6) A. football B. game C. goal D. score (7) A. grow up B. catch up C. give up D. hurry up (8) A. ringing B. saying C. falling D. coming (9) A. from B. before C. through D. after (10) A. tonight B. yesterday C. today D. last night (11) A. we B. they C. I D. he (12) A. empty B. full C. rough D. awake (13) A. way B. field C. ball D. match

B. drove B. turned over B. not alone B. village B. came back B. what B. frozen B. sad B. pull B. wanted B. one more B. anyone B. hear B. had to

(14) A. sending (15) A. already

C. pointing D. showing C. never D. clearly (4) My wife and I spent a few weeks in London last year. We went there in autumn. We think it is the ( 1) season to visit England. The weather is usually quite good (2) there aren?t too many (3) in October. We stayed in a small (4) in the West End. We (5) most of our sightseeing (观光) on foot. We went to look at the places which all travelers (6) . We went (7) and spent too much money. What we liked most was going to the (8) . We don‘t have the chance to see such (9) plays at home. A lot of people say English (10) is very bad. We didn?t think so. It is (11) that most of the restaurants are French, Italian or Chinese, but had some very (12) meals. In fact, we (13) our holiday so much that we have already decided to (14) there again this year. We are going to take our umbrellas, (15) . I‘m sure we?ll need them sometimes. 1. A. busiest B. working C. best D. hottest 2. A. and B. or C. as D. so 3. A. players B. travellers C. places D. things 4. A. station B. hotel C. office D. cinema 5. A. missed B. showed C. used D. did 6. A. live B. stay C. see D. work 7. A. shopping B. fishing C. swimming D. climbing 8. A. shops B. cinemas C. restaurants D. theatres 9. A. well B. wonderful C. terrible D. sad 10. A. language B. film C. clothes D. food 11. A. impossible B. true C. important D. necessary 12. A. tasty B. poor C. fresh D. expensive 13. A. spent B. enjoyed C. paid D. finished 14. A. live B. eat C. go D. spend 15. A. still B. though C. already D. yet (5) Jenny was English. She was a good girl __1__ she was often late for school. One morning she was late again. Mr Black, her teacher, was angry with her when she came into the classroom. "I'll write to your father __2__ you aren't here on time tomorrow," he told her. Jenny didn't want him __3__ that because her parents __4__ very strict with her. The next day she got up very early and went to school without breakfast. She hurried to school. Just before she ___5___ the school gate, she stopped. She found a small bag ___6___ on the ground. She ___7___and she decided to give it to the headmaster. When she hurried into the classroom, Mr Black was already ___8___ his lessons. "Jenny White," he said as soon as he saw her,"I've told you not to come late,but you're late again." "I'm sorry,sir," Jenny said."I was late because I found a small..." "I won't listen to any excuse," Mr Black stopped her."Because you can't get here on time, I'll write to your father." Jenny could say no more. She sat down ___9___. She couldn't keep ___10___ her tears. As soon as the bell rang, the door opened. Mr Smith, the headmaster came in. He was holding a small bag in his hand. "Excuse me, Mr Black,"he said."Is this ___11___?""Why,yes.It is mine, but I didn't know I lost it." Mr Black was surprised. "Jenny White found it just before school started. She gave it to me and asked me to __12__ __13__ had lost it." Mr Smith said. Mr Black's face turned red. He looked __14__Jenny and said,"I'm sorry, Jenny. I take back __15__ I said." ( ) 1.A.but B. and C. or D. so

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D.how C.to do D.did B.is C.were D.was B.reached C.arrived D.get to B.lie C.lay D.lain B.picked up it C.pick it up D.to pick it up B.began C.begun D.beginning B.quite C.quietly D.quitely B.into C.out D.back B. yourself C. yours D. your B. find out C. look for D. get B. whose C. whom D. that B. for C. round D. at B. which C. how D. what (6) From Monday to Friday most people are busy working or studying , but in the evenings and weekends they are free and ___1____ themselves. Some watch television or go to the movies, others ___2__ sports. This is decided by their own ____3_____. There are many different ways to spend our___4___ time. Almost everyone has some kind of __5___: it may be something from collecting stamps to __6__ model planes. Some hobbies are very___7____ , but others don‘t cost anything at all. Some collections(收藏)are worth ___8_____ of money, others are valuable (有价值的)only to their owners. I know a man who has a coin collection worth several ___9__ dollars. A short time ago he bought a rare(罕见的)fifty-cent piece which ___10__ him $250! He was very happy abut this collection and thought the price was all right . On the other hand, my youngest brother collects match boxes. He has almost 600 of them, but I wonder __11___ they are worth any money . However, ___12_____ my brother they are quite valuable.___13_____ makes him happier than to find a new match box for his collection. That‘s what a hobby means, I think. It is something we __14___ to do in our free time just for the __15__ of it. The value in dollars is not important, but the pleasure it gives us is. 1.A love B. work C. enjoy D. play 2.A. look like B. take care of C. think about D. take part in 3.A. lives B. interests C. jobs D. things 4.A. working B. free C. own D. whole 5.A. hobby B. thing C. job D. way 6.A. make B. making C. makes D. made 7.A. interesting B. exciting C. cheap D. expensive 8.A. a little B. a few C. a lot D. a number 9.A. thousand B. thousands C. thousands of D. thousand of 10.A. paid B. cost C. took D. spent 11.A. that B. if C. what D. why 12.A. to B. on C. with D. in 13.A. Everything B. Anything C. Nothing D. Something 14.A. have B. need C. refuse D. like 15.A. money B. work C. fun D. Time (7) I started to love running at a young age. I loved to race my father and my sister around the backyard. I wished I could run in the Olympics and win lots of medals.

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One day my mother saw 1_______ for a race in a newspaper. “Would you be interested in 2______ part in this race ? ” she asked me, pointing to the advertisement. “Yes, of course.” I answered. I 3_______ the next few days practicing for my big race. My sister set up a table in the backyard so she could 4_______ me water and time me. On the day of the race, just before the race , my 5_______ said to me , “ Don’t use up all your energy()at the beginning of the race. You need to have energy 6_______ you can run much faster at the end. ” The race 7_______ . Following Dad’s words, I didn’t run as fast as I could. Then the other runners started passing me, which made me feel 8________ . I began to feel tired, and I started slowing down and breathing 9 _________ . Just at that moment I heard, “ 10________, Kelly! You can do it ! Don’ t give up . keep running!” Out of the comer of the corner of my eye I saw Dad running beside me around the outside or the track . I took a11________ breath() and tried my best to go on running. I didn’ t win the race. I came fifth, but I felt like a 12______. I had done my best, and I hadn’t given up. Later, as I thought about the race, I felt thankful that my dad had 13________ left my side. He always encourages me when I 14________ giving up. He runs alongside me through my life. I’ll 15________ my dad’s words forever, “Never give up. You can be a winner, even if you lose.” 1.A. a story B. a report C. a piece of newsD. an advertisement 2.A. choosing B. entering C. taking D. watching 3.A. spent B. cost C. paid D. took 4.A. buy B. carry C. fill D. offer 5.A. teacher B. mum C. dad D. sister 6. A. because B. so C. since D. but 7. A. began B. finished C. reached D. stopped 8. A. proud B. happy C. nervous D. hopeful 9. A. easier B. harder C. shorter D. longer 10.A. Comedown B. Come on C. Come out D. Come back 11. A. deep B. easy C. free D. lazy 12 A. player B. winner C. soldier D. runner 13. A. already B. yet C. once D. never 14. A. look like B. stop C. feel like D. enjoy 15. A. forget B. remember C. talk D. write (8) A good dictionary is 1 important tool(工具). It will tell you 2 only what a word means but 3 how it 4 . A dictionary needs to be printed again about every ten years. Languages develop(发展)and a good dictionary must 5 these new changes. A new English dictionary will only tell you 6 most people use the language today. It won‘t tell you what is right 7 wrong. It may tell you the right time to use a word. If only 8 people use a word, a dictionary will 9 tell you this or not list(编列) it. 10 dictionary will tell you many interesting facts. If you type(用打字机打)a word and the word is too long, 11 in your dictionary. All dictionaries show you 12 to break(拆开) a word. And they also show you how a word 13 . Every dictionary, of course, tells you what a word means. But some words, like “get” or “take”, may have lots of meanings(意思). In some dictionaries, the main(主要的)meanings are often listed first. In 14 , the newest meanings are listed last. So before you use your dictionary, you should always 15 the front part. This part explains 16 .

Some dictionaries also show you where a word comes 17 . Do you know that the word “brand” (标记) comes from an old word? This old word means “to burn”. This is because 18 years ago people burned their names on tables or boats to show who 19 them. They also burned their own names on their farm animals 20 they would not be stolen. Your dictionary also has a lot of other interesting facts in it. After you have learned to use a dictionary, it can become your best useful book. 1、A.a B.an C.the D.very 2、A.no B.that C.not D.if 3、A.too B.either C.yet D.also 4、A.uses B.is using C.is used D.used 5、A.to show B.show C.shows D.be shown 6、A.how B.what C.why D.if 7、A.and B.or C.but D.not 8、A.a little B.many C.a few D.a lot of 9、A.neither B.nor C.both D.either 10、A.Every B.Some C.All D.Many 11、A.look up it B.look for it C.look it up D.look it out 12、A.when B.where C.why D.which 13、A.speaks B.is spoke C.be spoken D.is spoken 14、A.another B.the other C.others D.other 15、A.see B.look C.watch D.read 16、A.how use it B.to how use it C.how to use it D.to how to use it 17、A.into B.up C.by D.from 18、A.hundreds of B.hundred of C.a hundred of D.hundred 19、A.builds B.makes C.build D.made 20、A.when B.in order to C.so that D.before (9) Once there was a clever farmer. Though he was poor, he decided one day to take the king a roast goose (烤鹅)as a present. He had not had 1 to eat that day, and soon the 2 of the roast goose became too much for him as(当??时)he 3 it to the king, so he ate one of its legs. When he came before the king and gave him the goose, the king 4 saw that it had only one leg. Now, the king 5 was born with one bad leg, so he had never been able to 6 properly(正常地). When he saw the goose with only one leg, he thought the farmer had 7 this to laugh at him. Of course he was very 8 . The farmer was told that if anybody laughed at the king, he would be 9 at once. ―Where is 10 leg of the goose?‖ the king asked. “All the geese(goose 的复数)in this 11 of the country have one leg only,” the farmer answered. “Do you think I’m a fool(傻子)?” the king shouted. ― 12 ,‖ said the farmer, ―if you look out of the window, you will see geese with one leg by the 13 .‖ The king looked, and there the geese were 14 on one leg beside the water. The king at once told one of his men to 15 them with a big stick, and of course, they 16 their other legs and ran away. “There,” said the king. “You were lying(说谎). That 17 that the geese here have two legs, like all other 18 in the country.” ―But it doesn‘t show anything,‖ answered the farmer, ―if your men threw a big stick like that at me, I

legs myself to help me to run away 20 .‖ B.all C.little D.much B.neck C.smell D.temperature B.carried C.sent D.handed B.at last C.by then D.on time B.really C.himself D.yet B.walk C.see D.eat B.done C.made D.found B.worried C.sad D.angry B.killed C.saved D.covered B.another C.that D.the other B.village C.farm D.part B.Of course C.That’s nothing D.Never mind B.forest C.lake D.house B.resting C.flying D.lying B.lock C.hit D.keep B.put down C.did with D.moved away B.talks C.sees D.knows B.animals C.legs D.farmers B.faster C.less D.more B.more carefully C.faster D.Earlier (10) Everyone needs friends. We all like to __1__ close to someone . __2__ is nice to have a friend to talk , laugh ,and do things with. __3__,sometimes we need to be alone . We don‘t always want people __4__. But we would feel lonely if we _5__ had a friend. No two people are __6__ . Friends __7__ don?t get on well . That doesn‘t mean __8___ they no longer like each other. Most of the time they will make up and become __9___ again . Sometimes friends move away. Then we feel very __10___. We miss them very much, but we can __11__ them and write to them . It could be that we could even see them again.And we can __12____ new friends . It is surprising to find out _13___ we like new people when we get to know them . There?s more good news for people who have friends . They live longer than people who don‘t . Why ? It could be that they are _14___. Being happy helps you stay well . Or it could be just knowing that someone cares. If someone cares about you, you take _15___ care of yourself. ( )1. A.look B. watch C. feel D. see ( )2.A.It B. He C. There D .Someone ( )3.A.Hardly B. Nearly C. Suddenly D. Certainly ( )4.A.alone B. away C. all over D. around ( )5.A.ever B. never C. just D. really ( )6.A.friendly B. kind C. just the same D. quite different ( )7.A.always B. sometimes C. often D. usually ( )8.A.that B. whether C. how D. why ( )9.A.friendly B. good C. pleased D. friends ( )10.A.angry B. sad C. happy D. alone ( )11.A.call B .ask C. tell D. talk with ( )12.A.look for B. find C. make D. know ( )13.A.how often B. how long C. how many D. how much ( )14.A.happier B. stronger C. kinder D. richer would grow two 19 1、A.less 2、A.head 3、A.returned 4、A.at once 5、A.once 6、A.come 7、A.kept 8、A.sorry 9、A.helped 10、A.other 11、A.city 12、A.Certainly not 13、A.hole 14、A.swimming 15、A.fill 16、A.sent up 17、A.shows 18、A.geese 19、A.slower 20、A.more slowly

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C. little D. no (11) The famous director(导演) of a big and expensive film decided to film a beautiful sunset 1 the sea, so that people could see the man and woman players in front of 2 at the end of the film as they said goodbye to each other. He 3 a group of men out one evening to film the sunset for him. The next morning he said to the men, " Have you 4 the sunset for me?" "No, sir," one man answered. " We are on the 5 coast (海岸线)here, and the sun sets in the west. We can get you a sunrise, but not a sunset." "But I want a sunset!" the director said 6 . "Go to the airport(机场), take the next 7 to the west coast, and get one." But then one of them had an idea. "why don't we film a sunrise and then put it 8 the projector (放映机) backwards? Then it will 9 a sunset." "That's a 10 idea !" the director said. Then he 11 to the other men and said, " Tomorrow morning I want you to get me a beautiful sunrise." The group of men went out early the next morning and filmed a bright sunrise. Then at nine o'clock they 12 it to the director. "Here it is, sir," they said, and showed it to him. He liked it very much. They all went into the studio(摄影棚). " All right," the director said, "now our players are going to say goodbye. Run the film backwards through the projector so that we can 13 the 'sunset' behind them." The "sunset" began, 14 after a quarter of a minute, the director suddenly put his face in his hands and shouted to the men to stop. The birds in the film were flying backwards, and the waves(波浪) on the sea were 15 the beach(海 滩). 1. a. from b. in c. over d. off 2. a. them b. it c. the sea d. the director 3. a. called b. found c. told d. sent 4. a. brought b. chosen c. got d. made 5. a. east b. west c. south d. north 6. a. worriedly b. angrily c. friendly d. sadly 7. a. train b. taxi c. ship d. flight 8. a. onto b. inside c. through d. under 9. a. feel like b. look like c. become d. change 10. a. modern b. strange c. common d. wonderful 11. a. listened b. hurried c. turned d. rushed 12. a. posted b. took c. left d. moved 13. a. see b. try c. push d. feel 14. a. and b. but c. then d. so 15. a. coming up to b. catching up with c. going away from d. getting close to

B. better

James is a good student and he has lots of friends,but he also has a problem.Some older boys are bullying(欺负)him at school.James is very unhappy and he doesn't know what to do about it.Here are some suggestions to him and other teenagers in this situation. Don't feel worried.It's not your fault(过错)! Being bullied can make you feel very lonely and angry, but you are not alone. Don't feel that you have to hide the problem. You should find a person you can trust,and tell them.It might be your teacher,your parents,or even your friend's parents.After you tell someone,you will get some support and feel some relief(解脱). Speaking to an adult might make you nervous,but here are other things you can do.Some people

express their feelings more easily on paper.Write a letter to someone or keep a diary.Include all the details(细节)about what the bullies do, as well as when and where the bullying happens.You can use it as proof to show what is going on. And it is a wonderful idea to show your letter or diary to a teacher or another responsible adult.Then the bullies will feel very afraid if their names appear in a letter! Also,don't show you are sad and don't try and fight withthe bullies. You could get in trouble yourself. Ignore them adjust walk away. The bullies will soon stop. 36. What do you think the text is trying to tell us? A. What to do about being bullied. B. How to be a good student at school. C. What to write well in a diary. D. How to give suggestions to teenagers. 37. Why does the text advise you not to feel worried if bullied? A. Because you are not alone. B. Because it is not your fault. C. Because someone has known about it. D. Because you' re doing something wrong. 38. You'd better go and find a person you can trust and ____. A. know what happens B. learn from them C. ask for help D. make them lonely 39. If you remember and follow the suggestions above, ____. A. nobody will speak to the bullies B. everybody will feel some relief C. someone will express their feelings D. the bullies will soon stop 40. What does the underlined word "ignore" mean in the text? A. take no notice of B. take care of C. make full use of D. get more help from

A. jaws B. paws C. head D. Both A and C. 5. The Prince never smiled again because __ A. the wolf was killed by Gelert B. he had buried the dog on the top of mountain C. he had killed his faithful friend Gelert D. Gelert had killed his baby son

Danny was just tired about the way things were going.His mom came to the school and went on and on about Rick Jackson.It seemed that she would never stop talking."Somebody's got to stop that boy! " she was shouting."Rick's troubling everybody in the neighborhood(四邻).And he loves to pick on(结 交)little boys like Danny." Mrs. Green, Danny's teacher, was concerned(担心)a lot. "I didn't know that Danny was being picked on, " she answered."He's never said anything about this to me! " Mrs.Green looked at Danny."How long has this been going on? " she asked.Danny could only shake his head and look at the floor.He knew if he said a word about this, he would have trouble after school. Danny hadn't said anything about the problem because he wanted to do things with the boys in the neighborhood.After all, most of them were nice to him.He hated to leave the gang just because of Rick.Maybe the time had come to find new friends.He felt it hard to make up his mind. 1.We learn from the reading that ______. A.Danny was not a good student B.Danny's mother talked too much about the school C.Danny's teacher knew something about Danny's problem before D.Danny wanted to get away from Rick 2.When Danny's mother came for Mrs Green, the matter was now ______ to Mrs Green. A.serious B.common C.untrue D.similar 3.Danny now ______. A.was tired of the school and his friends B.had no friends at all C.was not sure what he should to with the problem D.made some new friends in the neighborhood 4.Danny didn't say anything about the matter to Mrs Green because ______. A.she had known it B.the other boys would tell her C.he didn't want to be in trouble D.his mother didn't want him to say it 5.The word 'gang' in the reading means '______'. A.a place for boys to play games B.a group of young people C.a school bus for children to and from school D.the teacher's office

A Faithful Dog More than seven hundred years ago, the Prince of Wales had a very big and brave dog called Gelert. One day the Prince wanted to go hunt-ing with his men. He told his dog to stay at home and look after his baby son. The baby was in a wooden cradle, which was like a small bed. When the Prince came back from hunt-ing, Gelert ran out to meet his master. He wagged his tail and jumped up to put his paws on the Prince's chest. Then the Prince saw the blood on Gelert's jaws and head. "What have you done?" the Prince said. He rushed into his house and looked for his baby son. The cradle was lying on its side on the floor. The clothes were torn and there was blood on them. "So you have killed my son?" the Prince said angrily. "You unfaithful dog!" He took out his sword and killed the dog. Just as Gelert was dying, he managed to bark. Then the Prince heard a baby call to the dog. The Prince ran out of the house and saw his son lying on the ground unhurt. Near him was a dead wolf. Then the Prince knew that Gelert had defended the baby and killed the wolf. The Prince ran back into the house but he was too late. Gelert was dead. The Prince was very sad indeed. Tears ran down his face when he realized 'he had killed his faith-ful friend. The Prince carried the body of his brave dog to the top of a mountain and buried him there. After this, the Prince never smiled again. Every morning at dawn, he walked up the mountain and stood by the dog's grave for a few minutes. If you go to Mount Snowdon in Wales, people will show you where Gelert is buried. There is a sign by his grave. It reminds peo-ple of a brave and faithful dog. 1. Gelert was the dog of the Prince of ___. A. Scotland B. England C. Ireland D. Wales 2. The Prince told the dog to _____ when he was leaving. A. watch the door B. take care of his baby at home C. welcome his friends D. stop the strangers 3. The dog was very ____ when his master came back from hunting. A. glad B. fearful C. afraid D. tired 4. The Prince was surprised to see blood on Gelert's ____.

Foulsham House is a fine, large house of the 1790s.It stands by the River Byer, in twenty—five hectares(公顷)of the best farmland in the southwest. The house was built by Smithson, and the story goes back to George, the son of King of Whales, who fell in love with the beautiful Lady Kitty, at one of the first Foulsham's wild woods(野外)parties. Many years ago many great men rode on the hills about Foulsham House, and many fine girls took tea in the Green Room. The house has eight bedrooms, three bathrooms(浴室), two living—rooms, and a dining—room with a real Adam fireplace. Its library has a good view over the park and the river. All rooms are light and airy, with good, high windows, and wood floors. At the back of the house there is room for four cars.The third Foulsham once kept there.In many other ways, this house of the 1790s meets the needs of the 1990s. If you wish to know more about Foulsham House, write to: Harvey.Platt, Longford &Son 6, Castle Green, Gilham, Byreside.

1.Foulsham House is ______. A.an old farm house B.a 25—house for people to come to listen to its story C.a large house for people to come to listen to its story D.a house with a history of nearly two hundred years 2.We learn from the reading that ______. A.Smithson built the house for wild wood parties B.many important people had been to Foulsham House C.George and Lady Kitty loved the house and had many parties here D.the Green Room is a place for many girls to make tea 3.The sentence 'Its library has a good view over the park and the river, ' means '______'. A.The park and the river can be seen clearly from the library B.The library has a picture of the park and the river on the wall C.The library was built in the park by the river D.Books about the park and the river can be read in the library 4.Which of the following is true? A.The 3rd Foulsham often rode his horses at the back of the house. B.The house has a room for four cars at the back of the house. C.The road behind the house is wide enough for 4 cars to go. D.There is some parking behind the house. 5.We can infer(推断) that Harvey ______. A.wants the house to meet the needs of modern life B.wants people to know the history of the house C.wants to sell the house D.wants some money to make the house meet today's needs

The big red American car was much too wide for an English country road. When Jack saw it coming toward him, he stopped his own car at the side if the road to make room for it to past. The American car went slowly past, so close that he could see the driver’s face quite clearly. "Where have I seen that face before ?" he thought, “Wait a minute! I remember now. It was in the newspaper!" He took out the newspaper from his bag, turned quickly to the middle page. There was a picture of the face in it. Yes, it bad a large mouth and small ears, and his eyes were behind dark glasses. "Wanted by the police," read by Jack. “The City Bank will give a lot of money to anyone who helps the police to catch this man. " "Call the police at once," he said to himself. But a few minutes later, he was sad. "This man was caught this morning," answered the police. 1. In which country did the story happen? A. It happened in America. B. It happened in Australia. C. It happened in England. D. The story didn‘t tell us. 2. Why did Jack stop his car? A. He wanted to see who the driver was. B. He didn‘t want to pass by first. C. The road was too narrow for the two cars to pass at the same time. D. Because it was good for an Englishman to stop to let other go. 3. Who was wanted by the police in this passage? A. Jack. B. The driver in the American car. C. Either Jack or the driver. D. Neither Jack nor the American driver. 4. what did Jack do when he had read the newspaper again? A. He drove to the City Bank B. He drove to the police. C. He made a telephone call. D. He stopped the American car. 5. Who caught the man with a large mouth and small ears? A. The police. B. Jack C. Nobody. D. The American driver

John sent for a doctor because his wife was ill. He called the doctor and made sure they would meet at five. He arrived at the doctor's at twenty to five. He thought, "It's a little bit earlier. I'll wait for a moment. It's good to keep the time." Then he stopped his car in front of the doctor's. He looked around and saw a noisy square (广场) not far from here. He went there and sat down on a chair to enjoy the last light of afternoon sun and make himself quiet. He saw some children playing and some women talking to each other happily. Suddenly he heard a girl crying. He came up to her and asked some questions. Then he knew she got lost. John tried to find out her address and took her home. The girl's parents were very thankful. Then John hurried to the doctor's. The doctor said angrily when he saw him, "You're late. Why did you keep me waiting for twenty minutes? " John said nothing but one word—"Sorry! " 1.John drove to the doctor's ______. A.late B.on time C.in time D.in no time 2.John went to the square to ______. A.spend the time B.enjoy himself C.see the children and the women D.help the girl 3.The girl cried because ______. A.someone hit her B.she fell off her bike C.her parents were angry with her D.she didn't find the way home 4.At last John got to the doctor's at ______. A.twenty to five B.twenty past five C.five o'clock D.forty past five 5.From the story, we know John is a ______. A.busy person B.quiet person C.helpful person D.lucky person

Linda and David have travelled by air from London to Sydney, Australia. Linda has promised(答应) her mother that she will ring her to let her know that they have arrived safely. This is something she had done ever since she was a child. David thinks it is not a good idea to ring so far, to spend too much, and to say so little. "If there were an accident. " He says, ‘they’d know soon enough. Bad news travels fast. " But Linda has promised that she would ring. "However," she says, " ‘it doesn’ t cost much when you just think that it‘s the other side of the world. It’s only six pence per second (每秒六便士)。" "If you‘re on that telephone for less than one minute, I’ll eat my hat,‘ David says, "And one minute’s nearly four pounds(英镑). " "That‘s no more than you’d pay for a new hat," ‘’Linda answers. She has asked the man at the hotel (旅馆) desk to get her the number. The telephone rings. Linda picks it up. "Hello, Mum. Is that you ?" She says. "Six pence per second," David reminds(提醒) her. “Hello, love. " It is Mrs Lee, Linda’s mother, speaking from London. "I can hear you very clearly just like you are in the next room. It‘s a better line than when you called me from your office. Do you remember? I shouted at that time, and still you couldn‘t hear me sometimes. " "Yes, Mum. "Linda puts in. . "I just wanted to ring to ??. "

"I remember how you rang when you went to Betty‘s house to eat, when you were a little girl. And then when you ?" Mrs Lee is a great talker "Nearly four pounds. " says David. Linda tries to tell her mother that it is time to say goodbye. "Yes, all right,"says Mrs Lee," But you will write, won‘t you, as you did when you were at work ?" Once again, Mrs Lee talks about the pass. and there is no stopping her. "Four pounds fifty, ’says David. At last, Linda cuts her mother short, promises to write, and rings off. "There! That wasn‘t long, was it ?" " Four pounds, ninety pence. " David answers. " And you didn’t even say that we‘ve arrived. " 1. Linda is telephoning home to ________. A. tell her mother some bad news B. say that she and David have arrived safely C. report an accident to her mother D. say that she and David have left London 2. Linda does not think it expensive to ring, because _____. A. it only costs four pounds and ninety pence B. it is even more expensive to buy a new hat C. she had telephoned home since she was a child D. she will speak from one side of the word to the other 3. David says, ’Nearly four pounds, because ______. A. he wants to remind Linda of the cost of the cost of the call B. he wants to buy himself a new hat C. Linda has not told her mother they have arrived D. he wants Mrs Lee to know how much the call costs 4. Mrs Lee goes on talking for so long because _______-. A. she likes to hear all about the past. B. she likes talking C. Linda had not told her that she has arrived D. she is going to pay for the telephone call 5. Linda tries to stop her mother by ________. A. telling her how much the call is costing B. writing a letter as she has promised to do C. telling her that they have arrived safely D. promising to write, and ringing off

A.was one light C.were three lights

B.were two lights D.were four lights

In English (英格兰人) nobody under eighteen years old is allowed (允许) to drink in a bar (酒 吧).Mr Thompson often went to a bar near his house.But he never took his son, Tom, because he was too young.Then when Tom had his eighteenth birthday, Mr Thompson took him to his usual bar for the first time.They drank for an hour.Tom drank a bit.Then Mr Thompson said to his son,“Now, Tom, I want to teach you a useful lesson. How do you know when you’ ve had enough? Well, I’ ll tell you. De you see those two lights at the end of the bar? When they seem to become four, you’ve had enough and should go home. ” “But, Dad,”said Tom,“I can only see one light at the end of the bar. ” 1.Young people ______ allowed to drink in a bar until eighteen. A.is not B.are not C.many D.must 2.When Tom was a child, his father often went to a nearby bar______ taking him. A.by B.for C.with D.without 3.On Tom’s eighteenth birthday, he drank together with his father in that bar for ______. A.the first time B.once C.many times D.eighteen times 4.Father wanted to tell his son ______. A.the time to drink B.something about the light C.when to stop drinking D.something about the bar 5.In fact (事实上), there ______ at the end of the bar.

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