1.-You ought to have called her yesterday.
-Yes, I know I .
A. ought to B. ought to have
C. ought to have done. D. ought to have called
2.The shirt is quite good the color of the buttons.
A. except B. except for C. beside D. besides
3.Don't believe what he says. His story be true.
A. mustn't B. may not C. needn't D. shouldn't
4.Washington, a state in the United States, was named one of the greatest American presidents.
Which of the following is wrong?
A. after B. in honor of C. to remember D. in favor of
5.In summer, people wear dark glasses to their eyes the sun.
A. protect; from B. keep; out of C. save; for D. stop, to see
6.The girl was so frightened that she held up a candle to the room.
A. lighted; lit B. lit; light C. lighted; light D. lit; give light
7. , Beijing is a very beautiful city.
A. It is known to all that B. As is known to all
C. As it is known to all D. As we know it
8.He has a strong southern accent, which him when he had a lie.
A. put; off B. let; out C. gave; away D. turned, up
9.-I think the green coat her well.
A. is fit B. suitable C. matches D. fit for
10.I don't doubt the sports meet will be successful.
A. whether B. that C. if D.what
11.The Olympic Games, first in Greece, has a history of more than 100 years.
A. held B. were held C. was held D. should be held
12.The little girl likes .
A. fruit and vegetable B. fruits and vegetable
C. fruit and vegetables D. a fruit and vegetables
13.Since this term all the students have made .
A. much progress B. many progress
C. a lot of progresses D. some progresses
14.In my opinion, it's the best use that could be this computer.
A. made into B. made from
C. made of D. made with
15.- either you or he to go there?
A. Are; Both B. Are; Neither C. Is; Neither D. Is; Each
16.About 70% of the students are boys, and girls.
A. the rest are B. the rest was C. rest is D. the rest is
17.We call him when he turned up at the door.
A. were going to B. would C. were to D. were about to
18.At present, the prices of goods seem to .
A. go down B. bring down C. be fallen D. reduce
19.Was it on March 8 that traffic accident happened?
A. when B. what C. that D. on which
20. what it was, it has improved greatly.
A. Comparing with B. Compare to
C. Compared with D. Comparing to
21.Don't trust that man; he will take you if he gets the chance.
A. away B. over C. up D. in
22.He have attended the meeting this morning. He has been staying at my home for a whole day.
A. can't B. mustn't C. shouldn't D. needn't
23.The exercises are difficult, , time is limited. I'm afraid I can't finish them in time.
A. still B. however C. but D. besides
24. the importance of education, the villagers paid more attention to the schooling of the children.
A. Realized B. To realize C. Realize D. Having realized
25.You've got a dictionary! How much are you for it?
A. paid B. charged C. cost D. spent
The oldest man had just celebrated(庆祝) his hundredth birthday and the reporter of a local(本地的) paper called on him for an interview. Having congratulated(祝贺) the old man, the reporter asked a few questions.
"To what do you own your long life?"
The old man thought for a moment and then holding up his hand and counting the items(条目) on his fingers, began, "I never smoked, drank, or overate and always rise at six in the morning."
"But," the reporter didn't agree, saying, "I had an uncle who acted in that way, yet he only lived to be eighty. How do you explain the cause of that?"
"He didn't keep it up long enough," was the calm(平静的) reply.
26.When did the reporter call on the old man?
A. shortly after his birthday B. on his birthday
C. at an interview D. not long before his birthday
27.The reporter was interested in .
A. how the old man celebrated his hundredth birthday
B. why the old man never smoke
C. how the old man manage to live so long
D. what the old man usually drank or ate for his health
28.After hearing the old man's words, the reporter .
A. wanted to live long, too
B. was not satisfied(满意) with his reply
C. explained why his uncle live to be eighty
D. thought it was reasonable
29. In the old man's opinion, the cause of the reporter's uncle's death was
A. He had bad habits(习惯)
B. he smoke too much
C. he did not keep his good habit long enough
D. He drank too much wine
30.When did the old man usually get up in the morning?
A. at seven B. at eight C. at six D. at half past six
In the past, when people had problems, they went to their families or friends to get advice. Today it is possible to get advice from radio shows, TV programs and telephone hot lines, too. A hot line is a telephone line that offers a direct way of getting in touch with advisers. Most hot lines are completely anonymous-callers do not have to say their names or telephone numbers. Most hot lines are usually free, too. Callers do not have to pay for advice or the phone calls,even if the calls are long distance(距离). At some hot lines, the advisers are volunteers(志愿者). Other hot lines pay their advisers for their work. Usually the advisers are full-job people with years of education and experience, but sometimes, the advisers have only taken a short class before starting to work on the hot line. All the advisers listen to people and help them solve their problems.
31.A hot line is a telephone line .
A. that is hot
B. through which people get advice
C. whose number no one knows
D. through which callers take a short class
32.When people call the hot line advisers, they .
A. often give their names and telephone numbers
B. generally have to pay for the long distance calls
C. usually pay nothing for most of the calls and advice
D. always try to get in touch with the volunteer advisers
33.The advisers working at hot lines .
A. are not all paid B. are all volunteers
C. all have years of education and experience
D. have all been trained for a short time
34.How do the hot line advisers work?
A. They do what the callers tell them to do
B. They listen to the callers and take their advice
C. They give the callers advice
D. They go to the callers'houses to help them
35.The writer of the article seems to think that .
A. with hot lines people won't get advice from their families or friends
B. hot lines help the callers a lot
C. people had better pay for the advice and phone calls
D. the hot line advisers will solve all of the callers'problems
If you go to Brisbane, Australia, you can easily get a small book called Discover Brisbane free. The book tells you almost everything in Brisbane: the restaurants, the shops, the cinemas, the streets, the buses, the trains, the banks, etc. Here is something about banks on page 49:
ANZ Banking Group
Cnr. Greek & Queen Sts………………………………228 3228
Bank of New Zealand
410 Queen Street………………………………………221 0411
Bank of Queensland
229 Elizabeth Street…………………………………229 3122
Commonwealth Banking Group
240 Queen Street………………………………………237 3111
National Australia Bank Ltd
225 Adelaide Street……………………………………221 6422
Westpac Banking Corp
260 Queen Street…………………………………………227 2666
Banking hours are Mon.-Thu. 9:30 am to 4 pm. Fri. 9:30 am to 5 pm. All banks close Sat. Sun. & Public Holidays.
Australia has a decimal currency(十进币制) with 100 cents to the dollar.
Notes available are: $100, $50, $20, $10, $5
Gold coins are: $2 & $1
Silver coins are: 50, 20, 10&5 cent
Copper coins are: 2& 1 cent
36.You can find ANZ Banking Group on .
A. Queen Street B. Elizabeth Street
C. the corner of Greek Street and Queen Street
D. the corner of Queen Street and Elizabeth Street
37. seems to be the most important street in Brisbane.
A. Greek Street B. Elizabeth Street
C. Queen Street D. Adelaide Street
38.On Saturdays, you can go to to put your money in or take your money out.
A. ANZ Banking Group B. Bank of Queensland
C. National Australia Bank Ltd D. no bank
39.In Australia, the banks have their longest service hours on .
A. public holidays B. Sundays
C. Saturdays D. Fridays
40.When you read page 49 in this book, you can get information about.
A. banks B. restaurants
C. shops D. buses and trains
Did you know that General Washington once hoped that submarines, or underwater ships, would help with the American Revolution?
The first working submarine was built in 1620 by a Dutch scientist named Cornelius van Drebbel. Not much was done with the idea until the American revolution At that time, David Bushnell, a student at Yale University, designed a one-person submarine, the Turtle. In 1776, the Turtle tried to sink the British warship Eagle, which was anchored in New York Harbor. Bushnell reached the Eagle, but he was unable to launch a bomb towards the enemy ship. The "Turtle mission"failed, but Washington continued to hope that these ships would help the American cause.
41.The world "mission"in the passage means .
A. hope B. purpose C. problem D. crew
42.You can tell that David Bushnell probably was .
A. bright and talented B. an excellent soldier
C. good at sports D. a good swimmer
43.The first submarine was built by .
A. Cornelius van Drebbel B. David Bushnell
C. George Washington D. Eagle and Turtle
44.The Turtle was built for .
A. a crew of six B. two people
C. one person D. unmanned use
45.The best title is .
A. David Bushnell, student B. The Turtle
C. General Washington D. The advantage of the eagle
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I'm writing to tell you about the discussion
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Australia, which lies on the west of the Pacific, is the largest country in Oceanic. It covers an area of 7.6 million square kilometers. It has a small population of over ten million. Most of its population live in the east of the country by the sea. Canberra the capital of Australia, is a beautiful city. Sydney is one of the biggest cities in Australia. It has many places of interest. The Opera House is well known throughout the world
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I'm writing to tell you about the discussion we've had about whether it is necessary for middle school students to carry mobile phones to school.
The majority of the students think that it is more convenient for them to keep in touch with their parents and classmates if they have a mobile phone. And what's more, it's a fashion.
However, most teachers think that middle school students are not old enough to control themselves. It is a waste of time for students to play games and send messages to each other by mobile phone. And it's easy to cause the students to vie with each other. If necessary they can make phone calls by using public phones on the campus.
In my opinion. following the fashion is understandable. But as middle school students, we should put all our heart into our studies.