1.A.Yes, I am. B.No, thank you. C.Yes, you are right.
2.A.He is thin. B.He is fine. C.He is my uncle.
3.A.Sorry, I don’t know. B.I’m sorry to hear that.C.I’m happy to hear that.
4.A.Today is sunny. B.Today is happy. C.Today is Sunday.
5.A.I was tall. B.I was happy. C.I was eight.
6.A.Yes, I know. B.No, I am not. C.Yes, I do.
7.A.It was July 8th. B.It’s July 9th. C.It will be July 10th.
8.A.It is Monday. B.It is January 7. C.It is a quarter to 2.
9.A.It’s my pleasure. B.Don’t say that. C.Never mind.
10.A.Yes, thanks. B.Thank you. C.That’s right.
11.A.Milk B.Rice C.Bananas D.Bread
12.A.It’s 9:40. B.It’s 10:10. C.It’s 10:20. D.It’s 10:30.
13.A.19 yuan. B.90 yuan. C.30 yuan. D.60 yuan.
14.A.Yes, it is. B.It’s short. C.No, it isn’t. D.It’s long.
15.A.America B.South Africa C.South America D.Africa
16.What is “Robin Hood”?
A.a festival B.a book C.a movie D.a game
17.What colour did the strongest sandstorm make the sky of Beijing ?
A.yellow B.black C.Red D.orange
18.How many cups of beer will a guest receive for free if he buys 10 cups?
A.8 B.9 C.10 D.None.
19.What makes this Easter Bunny bigger than others?
A.food B.water C.exercise D.A&C
20.How many cannons used to be at Dapeng Fortress?
A.88 B.78 C.68 D.58
21.How old is Lisa?
A.11 B.12 C.13 D.14
22.Lisa’s postal code is .
A.518300 B.531800 C.518003 D.581300
23.Lisa’s telephone number is .
A.2566793 B.2566739 C.2567693 D.2577639
24.What will Lisa tell you, if you are friends?
A.a story B.a song C.a book D.a secret
25.What color does Lisa like best?
A.red B.Yellow C.Black D.pink
26.The Hard Rock Café looks like ______
A.a school B.a small hall C.a rock-and –roll museum D.a park
27.The Hard Rock Café is
A.a family restaurant B.a friend restaurant
C.a fan restaurant D.a funny restaurant
28.How many Hard Rock Cafés are there in the world?
A.19 B.90 C.59 D.95
29.Hard Rock Café has food.
A.American B.Chinese C.Japanese D.A&B
30.Hard Rock Cafés are in all over the world.
A.countries B.Cities C.Towns D.villages
31.How long will a man die without water?
A.2 or 3 days B.5 or 6 days
C.7 days D.a long time
32.How many percent of our body is water?
A.17 B.70 C. 7 D.71
33.What is the most important for human body?
A.food B.Water C.air D.sunlight
34. people understand that truth.
A.Many B.No C.Not many D.A lot of
35.What will happen, if human body doesn’t have enough water?
A.Thinner B.Ill C.taller D.fatter
36.“Yesterday” is .
A.a song B.a band C.a book D.A&B
37.How many singers are there in the bands?
A.2 and 2 B.3 and 3 C.4 and 4 D.2 and 4
38.Which band does the Swedish group like best?
A.Yesterday B.Beatles C.Love me do D.Help
39.The Swedish group sing in .
A.English B.Chinese C.French D.Japanese
40.What is the most famous band in England?
A.Yesterday B.Beatles C.Help D.Max
41.Bill is a new student.
42.Mark Twain is a ship.
43.George Washington is a student’s name.
44.Bill could answer some questions.
45.Bill knows little about history.
46.All the people like to read the Guinness Book of
47.Some people want to do something special to get
their names in the Guinness Book of World Records.
48.Doing something special to get names in the Guinness
Book of World Records is very good and correct.
49.Many people in the world are in different troubles,
such as hunger.
50.Guinness Book of World Records is only for old people
51.In Western dining, the custom is to
A.hold the fork in the left hand and the knife in the
B.hold the knife in the left hand and the fork in the
C.hold the chopsticks in the left hand and the spoon
in the right hand.
D.hold the spoon in the left hand and the chopsticks
in the right hand.
52.The official national recommended temperature setting for air conditioning in the summer is:
A.24°C B.25°C C.26°C D.27°C
53.Which kind of pencil is the most environmentally friendly?
A.the mechanical pencil B.the standard wooden pencil
C.the plastic pencil D.the toy pencil
54.What is the symbol of the World Wildlife Fund?
A.A tiger B.A panda C.A fish D.A bird
55.“Earth Hour” is on last Saturday of March.The time is .
56.There is ______ “l” in the word “lamp”.
A.A B.An C./ D.the
57.Paper ______first invented in China.
A.is B.Are C.was D.were
58.There ______a football match on CCTV channel 10 the day after tomorrow.
A.will have B.will be C.is going to have D.would be
59.______ bags are heavy, but ______are heavier than .
A.Our, their, our B.Our, their, ours
C.Ours, theirs, our D.Our, theirs, ours
60.My first letter is in “black”, not in “back”. My second letter is in “tell”, not in “tall”. My third letter is in “five”, not in “give”. My last letter is in “ten”, not in “pen”. The word is ______ .
A.leave B.left C.key D.tent
Two businessmen were told to have ______ (61) at the home of a college professor. One of them did not have much ______ (62) and was worried that he might make a fool of himself, but his friend said, “______(63). Just do what I do, and don’t talk about anything that you don’t really ______ (64).”
The first man managed to get through the dinner, but by the end of
the evening he ______ (65) a lot of drink, and began to get careless.
A guest asked him ______ (66) he liked Shakespeare, and he answered at once, “It’s very pleasant, but I like Scotch ______ (67).”
There was a silence in the room, and soon people began to leave.
When the two friends came out of the house, the second man said to ______ (68). “You certainly made a fool of yourself making that silly remark
“______ (69) ?” asked the other man. “What was wrong with it?”
“______ (70) knows that Shakespeare isn’t a drink,” His friend replied, “ It’s a kind of cheese.”
61.A.dinner B.film C.Match D.meeting
62.A.food B.money C.knowledge D.time
63.A.Very well B.Don’t worry C.Think hard D.Wait and see
64.A.like B.learn C.worry D.understand
65.A.had B.had had C.have had D.would have
66.A.what B.when C.why D.whether
67.A.good B.well C.better D.best
68.A.his friend B.the professor C.a guest D.a fool
69.A.Why are you laughing B.How do you do
C.What do you mean D.Where are you going
70.A.All people B.Everybody C.Children D.Old men
It is very interesting to study names of different countries. Chinese names are different ______ (71) foreign names. Once an English lady came to ______ (72) me. When I was introduced to her, she said, “Glad to meet you, Miss Ping.” Then she gave me her name card with three words on it : “ Betty J. Black”. So I said, “Thank you, Miss Betty.” We looked each other and laughed heartily. Later I found that the English people ______ (73) their family names last and the given names ______ (74), while their middle names are ______ (75) used very much. I explained to her that the Chinese family name ______ (76) first, the given name last, and so she ______ (77) never call me Miss Ping. She asked if we Chinese had a middle name. I told her we didn’t. ______ (78) sometimes one may find three words on a Chinese name card. In this case the family name still comes first, the two wordsthat come after it ______ (79) a two-word given name, which is quiet usual. My sister is Li Hanxiao. She has two words in her given name instead of just one ______ (80) mine.
71.A.with B.from C.for D.in
72.A.find B.look at C.visit D.meet
73.A.put B.placed C.took D.brought
74.A.at the first B.at first C.in the front D.first
75.A.never B.not C./ D.often
76.A.came B.comes C.put D.puts
77.A.would B.could C.should D.must
78.A.But B.Or C.While D.And
79.A.is B.was C.are D.were
80.A.as B.with C.to D.like
Once upon a time, there were two brothers. They were poor. They could not afford to own shoes each. So one day they put their savings together and bought a pair of shoes.
As soon as they bought the shoes, the elder brother began to wear them. He was very proud of his new shoes. He wore them every day. He went to visit his friends. He went to town.
The younger brother had no chance of wearing the shoes. His elder brother was wearing them all the time. He thought this was unfair. But his elder brother said, “You can wear the shoes at night if you like.” The younger brother wanted to have his fair share of the shoes. So he began to wear them at night. He walked around the house for many hours every night. He had very little sleep. His eyes became red. He couldn’t work properly during the day.
The shoes were worn day and night. At last they wore out. The elder brother said, “Let’s buy a new pair of shoes, shall we?” “No, thank you,” said the younger brother. “I haven’t had a good sleep for a long time. I need some rest.”
81.How many pairs of shoes did the two brothers have?
A.1 B.2 C.3 D.4
82.Who paid for the shoes?
A.elder brother B.younger brother
C.their friends D.A&B
83.What happened to the shoes?
A.Became soft B.Became comfortable
C.Became bigger D.Wore out
84.What did the younger brother want to do?
A.Buy a new pair of shoes
B.Wear the shoes at daytime
C.Wear the shoes at night
D.Didn’t want to buy another pair of shoes
85.Which is not true?
A.The brothers wore the shoes everyday.
B.The younger brother had a little sleep.
C.The elder brother walked to the town.
D.The younger brother walked around the house.
Everybody wants to know what will happen in the future. That’s why people go to fortune –tellers. If you would like to know what will happen in the future, read this story first.
Charlie was one of those people who are interested to know their own future. One day he had a car accident. When he woke up in hospital, he found that he had a strange power. He could look into the future. At first he enjoyed his new power. He helped people. He warned people about danger. He won a lot of money. Soon he became very rich.
Then things began to change. He never felt like reading newspapers or watching TV because he knew what was going to happen. He never watched football matches because he knew what the result would be. He didn’t want to meet friends because he could read their mind. Because Charlie knew everything before hand, nothing seemed exciting or interesting to him. He could not enjoy life as much as other people. He was always afraid, waiting for the bad things to happen.
Finally he decided to get rid of his power. He wanted to be happy again. He saw a lot of doctors but none of them could help him. At last he met a doctor who said, “Perhaps I can help you. But you must let me cut open your head.”
Although Charlie was afraid, he agreed. The doctor was really good. Charlie finally lost his strange power, but he also lost his memory. He couldn’t remember anything in the past. This was exactly what he had known would happen, but he couldn’t stop it.
86.Charlie had a strange power .
A.after a car accident B.before a car accident
C.after the doctor had cut open his head
D.after had left the hospital
87.Charlie liked this strange power because he could .
A.read his friends’ mind B.warn people about danger
C.steal a lot of money D.cheat his friends
88.Charlie could not enjoy life because .
A.he was poor B.he did not read newspaper
C.he did not watch football matches
D.he knew what would happen to him
89.______is interested to know their own future.
A.Nobody B.Everybody C.Somebody D.Anybody
90.Which is true?
A.Charlie is a fortune-teller.
B.Charlie wanted to be rich.
C.Charlie enjoyed knowing the future.
D.Charlie wanted to make friends with doctors.
A king wanted to find the cleverest man in his country to teach his daughter. He sent message to every corner of his country. Many men came to the palace to see the king for the job. The king asked all the men the same question, “How many birds are there in the palace garden?” None of men could answer the question. The king thought he would never find a clever man to teach his daughter.
When he was almost ready to give up, a poor man came to the palace gate. He wanted to try to answer the question. The king looked at the man’s ragged clothes. He was not pleased. He thought to himself,” How can this man be clever enough to answer my question?” So he said to the beggar, “You can try to answer the question, but if you give me the wrong answer. I will cut your head.” “Very well,” said the beggar.
Then the king asked the question, “How many birds are there in the palace garden?” The beggar immediately replied, “200.” “I’ll ask my soldiers to check the number of the birds,” the king replied. “There’s no need,” said the beggar. “I counted the birds when I came to your palace. But if the number is bigger than 200, it is because some of the birds have relatives visiting them. If you find the number is less than 200, it means that some of your birds have gone to visit their relatives!
91.Why did the king want to give up?
A.Because his question was too difficult.
B.Because his daughter did not want a teacher.
C.Because nobody was clever enough.
D.Because nobody came to see him for the job.
92.How many people were able to give the king an answer?
A.many B.20 C.5 D.only one
93.The king thought that the beggar .
A.was not nice enough B.was not clever enough
C.was not stupid D.was not poor
94.How many birds were there in the palace indeed?
A.more than 200 B.less than 200
C.200 D.nobody knew
95.Which is not wrong?
A.The king sent the message all over the world.
B.Many people wanted to work in the palace.
C.The soldier counted the birds in the garden.
D.The birds in the palace had a lot of relatives.
The book by Lewis Carroll tells the story of Alice, a young girl who follows the White Rabbit down a rabbit hole.
At the bottom, she finds herself in a room with a tiny door and a bottle labeled “drink me”. She grows and shrinks depending on what she eats and drinks.
Alice continues to chase the White Rabbit and the White Rabbit sends her into his house for his fan and gloves. Once in the house, Alice gets into more trouble with an unlabeled bottle, quickly growing too big to move. The White
Rabbit and Bill the lizard try to get her out, and Alice only escapes by eating some small cakes. She runs into the woods and meets Caterpillar, who gives her some advice on ways to grow bigger and smaller.
Next, she stops at the house of the Duchess with a pig for a baby; the pig escapes, and Alice asks the Cat for help. Alice takes part in the Mad Tea Party, perhaps the most famous scene in the book.
Alice meets the Queen of Hearts and tries to play croquet with a flamingo and a squirrel.
96.The writer of the story is .
A.Alice B.Lewis Carroll
C.White Rabbit D.Queen of Hearts
97.Alice grows too big to move because she drinks something in .
A.a labeled bottle B.an unlabeled bottle
C.a full bottle D.an empty bottle
98.Who teaches Alice grow bigger and smaller?
A.White Rabbit B.Lizard
C.Cheshire Cat D.Caterpillar
99.How many animal friends does Alice meet?
A.5 B.6 C.7 D.8
100.What is the most famous scene in the story?
A.the White Rabbit’s house
B.the Duchess’ house
C.the Mad Tea Party
D.the Queen’s Palace
A man in Puerto Rico had a wonderful parrot. There was no other parrot like him. He was very, very smart. This parrot would say any word—except one. He would not say the name of the town where he was born. The name of that town was Cata o.
The man tried and tried to teach the parrot to say Cata o. But the bird would not say the world. At first the man was very nice, but then he got angry. “You stupid bird! Why can’t you say that word? Say Cata o, or I’ll kill you!” But the parrot would not say it. Then the man got so angry that he shouted over and over, “Say Cata o, or I’ll kill you!” But the bird wouldn’t talk.
One day after trying for many hours to make the bird say Cata o, the man got very very angry. He picked up the bird and threw him into the chicken house. “You are morestupid than the chickens. Soon I’ll eat them, and I’ll eat you too.”
In the chicken house there were four old chickens. They were for Sunday’s dinner.
The man put the bird in the chicken house and left. The next day the man came back to the chicken house. He opened the door and stopped. He was very surprised at what he saw! He saw three dead chickens on the floor. The parrot was screaming at the fourth chicken, “Say Cata o, or I’ll kill you!”
101.The parrot was more stupid than the chickens.
102.The man killed the chickens.
103.The parrot could say many words.
104.Cata o was the name of the parrot.
105.The man killed the parrot.