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( ) 1. How is the weather tomorrow?
( ) 2. What did the man eat for lunch?
( ) 3. Where does Sandy want to go?
( ) 4. Which club is Millie in?
( ) 5. Which subject does Simon like better?
A. Maths. B. English. C. Geography.
( ) 6. When will the next train to Beijing leave?
A. At 2:50. B. At 3:10. C. At 3:30.
( ) 7. What kind of movies are Bill’s favourite?
A. Movies about science. B. Movies about history. C. Movies about school life.
( ) 8. What’s the girl going to do at the weekend?
A. Go to the concert. B. Do her homework. C. Get ready for a PE test.
( ) 9. How much does each pencil cost?
A. Two dollars. B. Four dollars. C. Twenty dollars.
( ) 10. What is Daniel’s house made of?
A. Stones. B. Wood. C. Metal.
( ) 11. How will they go there?
A. By bus. B. By bike. C. On foot.
( ) 12. Who can’t go for the trip?
A. Mary. B. Alice. C. Mike.
Place The new Sea Life Centre, a very 13 place
Closing time 14 of December
Telephone number For more information, call 15
( ) 13. A. beautiful B. exciting C. magic
( ) 14. A. 5 th and 6 th B. 15 th and 16 th C. 25 th and 26 th
( ) 15. A. 564 2198 B. 564 3028 C. 564 0199
( ) 16. How many students were surveyed?
A. Twenty. B. Thirty. C. Forty
( ) 17. Who went to bed the earliest?
A. Jim. B. Mike. C. Bill.
( ) 18. Who spent the least time on homework?
A. Mike. B. Bill. C. Jane.
( ) 19. What did Bill do after he finished his homework?
A. Watched TV. B. Went to bed. C. Played computer games.
( ) 20. What did they all do last night?
A. Played the piano. B. Watched TV. C. Did homework.
( ) 21. --- Have you seen ________ iPhone 5? I left it here this morning.
--- Is it ________ black one? I think I saw it somewhere.
A. an; the B. an; a C. the; a D. the; /
( ) 22. Qingdao is a seaside city with beautiful ________. People like going there in summer.
A. forests B. beaches C. hills D. deserts
( ) 23. --- What happened to Mike?
--- He fell ________ his bike ________ a rainy morning.
A. off; on B. down; in C. off; in D. down; at
( ) 24. --- I’m so thirsty. Can I have ________ juice to drink? --- Sorry. There is ________ left. A. any; none B. any; nothing C. some; none D. some; nothing
( ) 25. We hardly knew anything about it ________ you told us just now.
A. when B. because C. until D. after
( ) 26. --- How much is the ticket to Central Park?
--- A one-way ticket ______ __ $40, and you can ________ another $20 for a round trip.
A. costs; pay B. cost; spend C. pay; spend D. spends; pay
( ) 27. I still can’t understand this article though there’re only ________ new words in it.
A. a little B. little C. a few D. few
( ) 28. His family ________ a very big one. And the family ________ very nice to us.
A. is; is B. are; are C. are; is D. is; are
( ) 29. --- It’s so hot today.
--- Yes, it’s ________ hotter than it was yesterday.
A. much more B. more C. very D. much
( ) 30. Since it’s impossible for you to finish ________ the story by yourself, why not ________ your teacher for help?
A. write; to ask B. writing; to ask C. writing; ask D. to write; asking
( ) 31. There was a fire in the hotel around midnight last Friday. Luckily, it was soon ________.
A. put on B. put out C. put off D. put away[
( ) 32. --- That black T-shirt with Lin Dan’s picture on it ________ belong to David. He admires him a lot.
--- No, it ________ be his. He hates black colour.
A. must, can’t B. may, can’t C. can, mustn’t D. must, mustn’t
( ) 33. --- Excuse me, look at the sign ‘NO PHOTOS!’.
--- Sorry, I ________ it.
A. don’t see B. didn’t see C. haven’t seen D. won’t see
( ) 34. --- Could you please tell me ______?
--- It will last from June 12 to July 13, 2014.
A. when will the FIFA World Cup Brazil begin
B. when the FIFA World Cup Brazil will begin
C. how long will the FIFA World Cup Brazil last
D. how long the FIFA World Cup Brazil will last
( ) 35. --- If I work hard at my lessons from now on, can I do well in them?
--- Sure. ________
A. All rivers run into sea. B. Every day is not Sunday.
C. Better late than never. D. Practice makes perfect.
How to be a friend of yourself
We often focus on (专注) building relationships with others, 36 we forget the first step being friends of ourselves. How can we have good relationships with others 37 we don’t even have good relationships with ourselves?
The 38 might be worse than we expect. Is there 39 you don’t like about yourself, such as your past or your personality features (特征)?5ykj.com
40 , there are always things you can do about the situation.
You may have made some mistakes in the past, but you can learn from 41 . It’s true that you are not perfect, but 42 is everybody else. It’s normal to make mistakes. So please forgive 43 .
There are some things you cannot 44 . You will feel 45 if you treat them properly: just 46 them, smile, and move on.
You always have some strengths which others don’t have. 47 your strengths and build your life around them.
You are special. You can never be 48 other people. The 49 you measure (衡量) your success is not decided by other people. You have everything you need to achieve your life purpose, so it’s 50 to compare yourself with others. Stop comparing yourself with others.
( ) 36. A. because B. so C. and D. but
( ) 37. A. before B. if C. after D. whether
( ) 38. A. aim B. subject C. problem D. party
( ) 39. A. anything B. something C. nothing D. everything
( ) 40. A. Patiently B. Gently C. Luckily D. Noisily
( ) 41. A. them B. us C. you D. her
( ) 42. A. another B. neither C. either D. other
( ) 43. A. yours B. your C. you D. yourself
( ) 44. A. change B. explain C. balance D. pass
( ) 45. A. modest B. sad C. good D. energetic
( ) 46. A. suspect B. accept C. forget D. remember
( ) 47. A. Find B. Save C. Spend D. Donate
( ) 48. A. besides B. like C. under D. except
( ) 49. A. charity B. friendship C. way D. experience
( ) 50. A. talented B. possible C. boring D. useless
Alex (Athens) My favourite book is Just Kid: Pictures, Poems and other Silly Animal Stuff just for kids by Bonnie Louise Kuchler. There are animal poems that are cute and funny. If you like animals, you will like this book.
Evan (Greece) The River by Gary Paulsen is the sequel to Hatchet. The book begins when Brian returns home after surviving a plane crash(坠毁)and living in the Canadian wild. Brian is asked to return to the wilderness with Derek. The writer makes you feel like you are there in the story.
Larry (Ireland) I’ve read lots of books, but my favourite so far is Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls. It’s a story of a boy who wants some hunting dogs, and that’s what he gets. Later on in the story, something magical happens. You need to read and find out what it is.
Holley (New Zealand) My favourite book is The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. I like it because it’s about a child who lives near a tree. As a child grows older, the tree gives all she has to him.
( ) 51. If you like reading poems, you may be interested in the book ________.
A. Just Kid B. The River
C. Where the Red Fern Grows D. The Giving Tree
( ) 52. Evan is from ________.
A. Athens B. Ireland C. Greece D. New Zealand
( ) 53. Whose favourite book is telling the story about a boy?
A. Alex’s. B. Larry’s. C. Holley’s. D. Evan’s.
Interested in Soccer? Join us now!
King’s School is organizing a soccer camp for students aged 15-17.
Join us for 5 days of fun as you learn to play this exciting sport!
14-18 July, 2014 ( Monday to Friday) City Sports Hall
3:00 p.m. --- 5 p.m. 267 State Street
Cost: $10 each
Our special offer:
Players from the National Soccer Team will be your coaches for the five days of camp!
Coach (教练) Ben Smith --- National Soccer Team
Coach Bill Williams --- National Soccer Team
Coach Jim White --- National Soccer Team captain
After the camp, you will be able to:
1) Understand the rules of the game
2) Carry the ball with your feet
3) Pass the ball to other players using your feet
4) Kick the ball towards the goal
( ) 54. The camp will start on ________.
A. July 14 B. July 18 C. Sunday D. Friday
( ) 55. If you want to join the camp, you should pay ________ for it.
A. $5 B. $6 C. $7 D. $10[来源:Z,xx,k.Com]
( ) 56. Students in the camp can learn all the skills EXCEPT ________.
A. making game rules B. carrying the football
C. passing the football D. kicking a goal
( ) 57. Which of the following seems to be the most attractive to children?
A. The camp lasts for 5 days.
B. The camp doesn’t cost much.
C. The camp is organized by King’s School.
D. The coach es will be national soccer players.
There is an old saying that all of us are born with two bags hung on our necks. A small bag in front of our chest is filled up with other people's faults (过错), while the big one at the back is full of our own shortcomings (短处).
So it’s easy to find other people's faults, but it's hard for us to see our faults behind us.
There was a boy, Tommy, who always opened the front bag to check what was in it. He saw other people's faults very quickly. When Simon was impatient with him, he said to Simon, "It's so easy for you to get angry. It is hard to be friends with you."
He told his mother about Jack's dishonesty. “Jack takes my things without asking. He also forgets to return them.” Tommy himself did not like sharing his things with anyone.
When Johnny was too tired to play with him, he said, "'You are such a rude person."
He thought Harry was too proud of his rich parents. But Tommy was proud of himself because he could not see any of his own shortcomings! He could not understand why he did not get on well with others.
If only Tommy would switch the bags around, he would discover his own impatience, dishonesty, bad manners and vanity (虚荣), which were no better than that of Simon, Jack, Johnny or Harry.
( ) 58. Tommy thought it was hard to be friends wit h Simon because Simon was ________.
A. impatient B. a rude person C. dishonest D. too proud of his rich parents
( ) 59. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE?
A. Tommy was a person liked by others.
B. Tommy liked sharing his things with others.
C. Tommy always discovered his own shortcomings.
D. Maybe Tommy was no better than Simon, Jack, Johnny or Harry.
( ) 60. In this passage, the writer mainly wanted to tell us ________.
A. to be more patient
B. not to be a person with vanity
C. not to take others' things without asking
D. to pay more attention to our own shortcomings
Being able to multitasking ---doing several things at the same time ---- is considered a welcome skill by most people. But if we consider the situation of the young people aged from eight to eighteen, we should think again.
What we often see nowadays is that young people juggle a larger number of electronic devices (电子产品) as they study. While working, they also surf on the Internet, send out emails, answer the telephone and listen to music on their iPads. In a sense, they are spending a large amount of time in fruitless efforts as they multitask.
Multitasking is even changing the relationship between family members. As young people give so much attention to their own worlds, they seem to have no time to spend with the other people around them. They can no longer greet family members when they enter the house, nor can they eat at the family table.
Multitasking also has an effect on young people’s performance at university and in the workplace. When asked about their opinions of the efforts of modern gadgets (器具) on their performance of tasks, many young people gave a positive(肯定的) response (回应). However, the response from the worlds of education and business was not quite as positive. Educators feel that multitasking by children has a serious effect on later development of study skills. They believe that many college students now need help to improve their study skills. Similarly, employers (雇主) feel that young people entering the job market need to be taught all over again, as modern gadgets have made it unnecessary for them to learn special skills to do their work.
( ) 61. What does the underlined word “juggle” most probably mean?
A. Want to buy B. Use at the same time
C. Take the place of D. Search information from
( ) 62. In Paragraph 3, the writer points out that ________.
A. family members do not greet each other
B. family members do not eat at the family table
C. young people get on well with their families
D. young people hardly communicate with their family members
( ) 63. What’s the main idea of the last paragraph?
A. Young people must learn skills for future jobs.
B. Young people benefit (获益) a lot from modern gadgets.
C. Multitasking is an important skill to young people.
D. Multitasking influences young people’s development seriously.
( ) 64. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. Young people think multitasking is good for their study and work.
B. Employers consider it unnecessary for young people to be taught all over again
C. Educators feel that young people don’t need to improve their study skills.
D. People from the world of education believe multitasking has a good effect on children’s later study skills.
( ) 65. The writer develops (阐述) the passage mainly by ________.
A. providing special examples
B. following the natural time order
C. giving out a cause and analyzing (分析) its effects
D. comparing opinions from different worlds
66. Among the ______________ (蔬菜) on the table, carrots are my favourite.
67. Walk ______________ (穿过) the road, turn right and you’ll see the post office.
68. Betty likes the colour white because it ______________ (go well with) any other colour.
69. Sorry, I didn’t hear you clearly. Would you please ______________ (say again) it?
70. You did the homework so ______________ that you made several mistakes in it.