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( ) 1.where did the man want to go?
A.Post office B. Shop C.Bank
( ) 2.How many hospitals are there in the city?
A.30 B.13 C. 40
( ) 3. What are people supposed in Mexico to do when they meet for the first time?
A.Bow B.Shake hands C. Kiss
( ) 4.When did the man arrive his girl friend’s birthday party?
A.6:00 B.6:30 C.7:00
( ) 5. Why didn’t the boy go to the basketball practice?
A. Because he did his homework.
B. Because he was ill in bed.
C. Because he fixed his computer.
( ) 6. What does Judy mean?
The air is fresh.. B. It’s noisy outside. C. It’s hot inside.
( )7.What’s Nelly like now?
She is outgoing. B. She is shy. C. She is hard-working.
( )8.Where was the computer made?
In New Yourk. B.In Berlin. C. In Taiwan.
( )9. What is Lily?
A. An assistant. B. A teacher. C. A nurse.
( )10. Why does Bob want to see the boss right now?
A. Because he wants to give up his job.
B. Because he will have a coffee with him.
C. Because he has something important to report.
( ) 11 What is the man interested in?
A. History. B. French. C. Novels.
( )12.How many hours does the library open a day?
A. 7 hours. B. 8 hours. C. 9 hours.
( )13. Where is the woman going?
A. To the airport B. To the bus station C. To the train station.
( ) 14. What does the woman think of the city?
A. Interesting. B. Beautiful. C. Exciting .
( ) 15. What is the man’s favorite place
A.The City Square. B.The Sports Center. C.The Green Park.
( ) 16. How old are the robbers?
A. In their twenties. B. In their thirties. C. In their forties.
( ) 17. What does the man robber look like?
A. Tall with long hair. B. Short with long hair. C. Strong with short hair.
( ) 18. What was the woman wearing?
A. Black trousers and white T-shirt. B. Blue trousers and brown jacket.
C. Red trousers and yellow sweater.
( ) 19. How soon will Mary be with her parents?
A. In a week. B. In a month. C. In a minute.
( ) 20. What might Mary probably be?
A teacher in Canada. B. Mr. King’s classmate. C An exchange student in England.
( ) 21. When will Mary arrive in Toronto?
A. On Thursday . B. On Wednesday . C. On Friday.
( ) 22. Why does Mary ask her parents to meet her at the station?
A. Because she has been ill.
B. Because she will take a lot of things.
C. Because she has no money .
23. LEGO has made good, safe and for many years.
24.Now they are looking for someone to sell their toys .
25.He must have at least selling toys in world markets.
26.He must speak good English and at least one other .
27.The person they are looking for will live .
( ) 28.---I don’t know whether I can pass the math exam or not this time.
---______.You needn’t worry about it so much.
A. Take it out B. Take it easy C. Hold it on D. Hold it up
( )29. ---The radio that there will be another heavy rain in Guangdong?
---Too bad. It has rained for the whole week.
A. tells B. talks C. says D. speaks
( )30 --Jane can’t finish the work in time, ,she is only ten years old..
A. After all B. At all C. In all D. For all
( )30 .---All the clerks went home ______ Mr.Wang. Why?
---Because he had to finish his work.
A. except B. besides C. without D. beside
( )32. Everyone likes making friends with people think more of others.
A. who B. whom C. which D./
( )33. I still remember the college and the teachers I visited in London years ago.
A. what B. who C. that D. which
( )34.I want to relax myself right now. Would you please change to music?
A. sad B. loud C. exciting D. gentle
( ) 35. ---Why don’t you choose the red tie?
--- For me, it doesn’t ___ my shirt very well.
A. fix B. accept C. compare D. match
I took my school report and came back home, and I hoped not to meet my mother.
36 , I found my mother was not at home. There was a 37 on the table, and I knew she went to my aunt’s and would come back in the evening. I was still 38 afraid as if my mother would come back suddenly.
Seeing the low grades on the school 39 and remembering mother’s cold face, I 40 trembled(发抖) with fear. If my mother knows I got so low grades on the 41 , she 42 throw away all my cartoon books. But they are my favorite. I have been regarding them as my own 43 for a long time. But my mother always said they took me 44 time and I didn’t spend much time on my study. I knew my mother 45 those books. She warned me 46 I got low grades once more she would throw them out. What should I do? How can I stop my mother 47 doing that?
Suddenly, I had a good 48 . I put all the books in a box. Then, I put the box under my bed. After doing it 49, I felt very happy.
Opening the English book, I sat at the desk and 50 to read. It was really the time that I learned English hard, I thought.
( )36. A.Luckily B.Finally C.Later D.Instead
( )37. A.note B.book C.notebook D.dictionary
( )38. A.a few B.a little C.few D.little
( )39. A.computer B.card C.information D.report
( )40. A.hardly B.never C.almost D.sometimes
( )41. A.sports B.music C.art D.subjects
( )42. A.should B.would C.may D.can
( )43. A.thing B.homework C.life D.study
( )44. A.too much B.too many C.much too D.many too
( )45. A.liked B.hated C.bought D.sold
( )46. A.unless B.whether C.if D.or
( )47. A.with B.to C.about D.from
( )48. A.chance B.decision C.dream D.idea
( )49. A.carefully B.slowly C.correctly D.weakly
( )50. A.wanted B.began C.followed D.forgot
full, western, offer , refuse , large ,bring , mistake ,you ,edge ,serve
American Table Manners
Table manners in every country are different. What is polite in China may not be polite in the United States. Here are some rules when you enjoy 51 food with your American friends. Always put the napkin on your lap first.
Wait until everyone has been 52 to begin eating. Everyone begins to eat at the same time.
While eating, remember not to talk with your mouth 53 of food.
During the meal, the host or hostess will 54 you more food. Sometimes she will ask you to help 55 . When she offer you food, give a direct answer. If you 56 the first time, they might not ask you again.
Sit up straight at the table. 57 the food up to your mouth. Do not lean down to your plate.
Cut 58 pieces of meat, potatoes and vegetables into small pieces. Eat the pieces one at a time.
Do not lean on your arm or elbow while eating. You may rest your hand and wrist on the 59 of the table.
The best way to learn good manners is to watch others. Observe the way your western friends eat. This is the best way to avoid making 60 when you are unsure of what to do.
51. 52. 52. 54. 55.
56. 57. 58. 59. 60.
Movies at the Museum?TheatreTwo Indian movies will be shown on Saturday afternoon at the Museum Theatre. See The Grand Canyon at 2:00. The Builders will be at 3:50. If you want to know more, telephone 010-367890.
Take Me out to the BallgameIt’s October, and Saturday night(7:00—9:00)is your final chance to see the Blue Birds this year. Get your tickets at the gate. It may be a little cold. Please wear sweaters and jackets.
Harbin Snow World Ski ParkPrice: 60 yuan/hour on weekdays and 70 yuan/ hour on weekends.
International PicnicDo you get tired of having the same food every day? Would you like to enjoy food from all over the world? It’s delicious and not expensive. Come to Big Restaurant on Saturday 11:30 am to 5:00 pm.
( )61. You can see the Indian movie on .
A. Saturday afternoon B. Saturday night
C. Sunday afternoon D. Sunday night
( )62. If you ski in Harbin Snow World Ski Park for two hours on Sunday, it will cost
A. 120 yuan B. 130 yuan C. 140 yuan D. 200 yuan
( )63. If you go to , you can eat many kinds of food in the world.
A. the Ballgame B. Big Restaurant
C. Harbin Snow World Ski Park D. the Museum Theatre
The parrot and the magician
A magician was working on a cruise ship in the sea. Every night he put on a magic show. There was a parrot who also liked magic shows very much on the ship, and he was always together with the magician. So after some time the parrot knew the magician’s show very well. Whenever the magician did a trick, the parrot would give it away .
One time, the magician did a trick with a knife. He played around with it for a few minutes and then it was gone! “It’s in his pocket!” the parrot said. People all laughed at him because the parrot had given away his trick.
The next trick he did, he waved a stick around and then it was gone! “It’s up his sleeves!” The parrot said. The magician got mad because he couldn’t keep any of his tricks secret. The parrot kept giving them away.
One day, unfortunately, the ship was broken and sank into the sea! The parrot with the magician fled out and floated(漂) on the sea. At first, the bird kept silence. Then finally, a few days later, the parrot suddenly cried, “Ok, I give up! Tell me, Where did you hide it this time?”
( )64. In this passage the underlined phrase “give away” means .
A.配合 B.揭穿 C.嘲笑 D.赠送
( )65. Once the magician hid his knife .
A. in his pocket B. in the sea C. under his chair D. under his sleeves
( )66. The underlined word it in the last paragraph refers to(指) “ ”.
A. the stick B. the knife C. the ship D. the parrot
( )67. We can learn from the story that .
A. the bird thought the ship was hidden by the magician
B. the magician and the parrot sank into the sea with the ship
C. the magician’s performances were always successful
D. the parrot didn’t understand the tricks very well
As we know, there are differences between western culture and Chinese culture. We can see differences when we pay attention to the way words are used. Let’s look at the words about animals and plants. Most expressions in Chinese about the dog, for example, “a homeless dog”, “a mad dog”, “a running dog” and “a dog catching mouse”, have negative meanings. But in western countries, dogs are thought to be honest and good friends of humans. In English, people use the dog to describe positive actions. For example, “You are a lucky dog.” means you are a lucky person. And “every dog has its day.” means each person has good luck sometimes. To describe a person’s serious illness, they say “sick as a dog”. The word “dog-tired” means very tired. However, Chinese love cats very much. But in western culture, “cat” is often used to describe a woman who is cruel.
The rose is regarded as symbol of love in both China and some western countries. People think the rose means love, peace, courage and friendship. And the rose is the national flower of England, America and many other countries.
The words about plants and animals are used in positive or negative ways in different cultures. We can learn about many differences in cultures by comparing how some words are used.
( )68. “Every dog has its day.” means “ ”.
A. Everybody in the world is lucky. B. Each person lives his own way of life.
C. If one works hard, he’s sure to succeed. D. Everybody has a time in life to be lucky.
( )69. What can we know from the passage?
A. Words show differences in culture.
B. Chinese people prefer dogs to cats.
C. Western people think cats to be good friends.
D. Rose is the national flower of all western countries.
( )70. Which statement is right according to passage?
A. People think the rose means love, peace, luck and friendship.
B. The words about plants and animals are used both in positive and negative ways in different cultures.
C. In China, people use the dog to describe negative actions.
D. In eastern culture, “cat” is often used to describe a woman who is cruel.
( )71. What’s the best title for the passage?
A. Negative or Positive
B. Different Countries Have Different Culture
C. Rose Means the Same in Chinese and English
D. What Dog and Cat Mean in English and Chinese
When he was 16, his father seriously said to him, “I’ll give you whatever you want before you are 18. But after that, I won’t care much about you, and you should give me whatever I want.” When his 18th birthday was coming, the young man began thinking about looking for a job. So he sent resumes(简历) to many companies he liked on the Internet. But, most got no reply, he said, “Maybe they were surprised about my primary school education.”
By chance, one of his friends was looking for someone, who could work as an egg porter(搬运工) in the supermarket, for 0.5 Yuan a box. Facing lots of difficulties in getting a job, he said, “I’ll take this job. At least I can make some money for my petrol(汽油).” Then every day, he drove his car, his 18th birthday gift, to work in the supermarket. He did that for three months.
Later, he heard that a newspaper was looking for a network technician(网络技术员), so he asked for it. But they were also worried about his school education. He practiced his skill right in front of the computer, and showed the managers web pages he had designed. He started to work the next day, and became the director of network department in less than a year.
And now, the 23-year-old man is a boss. In January 2005, he started a magazine for children, with himself as the editor in chief（主编）. And the only writer was his father.
( )72. It was difficult for the young man to get a job because .
A. he was only 18 years old B. his father cared too much about him.
C. he had an expensive car D. he didn’t have enough school education
( )73. What did the 18th birthday mean to the young man?
A. He could get a car as a gift. B. He had to make a living all by himself.
C. He had to leave his parents. D. He had to work in a supermarket.
( )74. The young man’s father might be .
A. a well-know and rich writer B. a computer programmer
C. a very old and kind man D. a manager of a big company
( )75. The magazine the young man started was perhaps .
A. about network technicians B. about working for newspapers
C. made of many funny stories D. sold only in supermarkets
When I was young, I was kind of shy. Fortunately, 76. . Shyness gets in the way of success, but it doesn’t have to hold you back. Here are some tips that may help you overcome(克服) it.
77. . The excitement of doing something that you love can help you forget your nervousness while showing off(表现) in public.
Next, why not get more chances to speak in public? For me, when I got to a high school, I took speech classes. 78 .
Then, don’t think about what will happen. It’s possible that you might be laughed at when speaking. 79. .What really happens is better than what we imagine.
Finally, remember past successes. Whether it is making a successful speech, remembering past successes can help encourage you to get future success. 80. . If you succeeded in the past, then you can succeed again!
It’s actually natural to be a little bit nervous about meeting new people, making cold calls, or giving a speech. That nervousness doesn’t have to keep you from succeeding, though.
A. First of all, you’d better concentrate on what you enjoy.
B. However, others may not even notice your mistake.
C. I could even take part in speaking competitions.
D. Few people are afraid of speaking in public.
E. These successes show that you can do it.
F. People still feel a little uncomfortable.
G. I am more outgoing now.
76. 77. 78. 79. 80.
A: Hi ，Cindy. Did you do anything fun on your vacation?
B: Yes, I did. I went to Yunan.
A: (81) _________________________________________
B: Well, it was my first time there, so everything was really interesting.
A: (82) __________________________________________
B: No, my parents were really busy. I went there with my grandparents.
A: (83) __________________________________________
B: We went there by plane.
B: For about one week. My uncle works there. He showed us around. We saw many places of interest there.
A: (85) ___________________________________________
B: Of course! We bought many special things made by hand.
A: You must have had a great time there. I hope I can go there one day.
4. 拜访朋友前要提前通知对方; 避免在晚上10点后打电话到别人家。
九年级英语目标测试卷 Units 9-10
1.M: Excuse me .Could you tell me where I can save money?
W: Yes, there’s a bank near the post office.
2.W:Do you know how many hospitals are there in our city?
M: I think there are 40 of them.
W: No, actually there are 30.
3.W: What are people supposed to do when they meet for the first time?
M: In Mexico people shake hands.
W: How about in Japan?
M: They bow.
4. W: What happened?
M: I was late to my girl friend’s birthday party.
W: How ?
M: I was supposed to arrive at 6:30, but I arrived at 7:00.
5. M: Hello? This is Mike speaking.
W: Mike. This is Alice. I didn’t see you at basketball practice. I hope you’re not sick.
M: Oh, Alice. I’m OK. I just wanted to save more time to finish my homework. But now my computer is broken.
6.M: Would you mind if I open the window ,Judy？ We need some fresh air.
W: We also need to keep it quiet in here.
7.W: Nelly used to be shy.
M: Yes,but now she is outgoing.
8.W: Was the computer made in New York.
M: No. It was made in Taiwan.
M: Ann, do you know where our boss is?
W: I’m not really sure. What happened, Bob?
M: I need to see him right now. I have something important to report.
W: You can visit Lily, who is his assistant, maybe she knows.
M: Thanks, but can you tell me where I can find her?
W: She is out for something, and here is her telephone number.
M: You give me a big hand.
W: You are welcome.
M: Do you mind having a coffee with me after work, just for showing thanks?
W: No, I’d love to.
M: Excuse me. Are there any books about French?
W: Yes. They are on that shelf.
M: Thank you.
W: You are welcome. Why are you borrowing this? I know you are always interested in history.
M: Oh, yes. But I was asked to give a talk about French in Green Hill Middle School.
W: Oh, I see. When will you give the talk?
M: Next Monday. Could you tell me when the library opens and closes during the day?
W: Of course. It opens at nine o’clock in the morning and closes at five o’clock in the afternoon.
M: Oh, I see. Can I return the book next Wednesday afternoon?
W: Oh, no. Our library is open every day except Wednesday.
M: Then can I return the book next Thursday afternoon?
W: Of course.
W: Excuse me. Could you tell me the way to the airport?
M: Sure, I’m going that way. Come with me.
W: It’s very kind of you.
M: Is this your first time in London?
W: Yes, it is. It’s a very exciting city.
M: It’s also clean and beautiful. By the way, what’s your favorite place in London?
W: The City Square. I took many photos there. It’s wonderful. Hmm… and also the Green Park.
M: I agree, but I like the sports Center better. Oh, we’re now near the airport. You can see it over there.
W: Oh, yes ,there it is. Thanks for your help. Bye.
Attention, please! The police are looking for a man and a woman in their twenties. They broke into a bank in the early hours this morning. This was reported by people who are working in the opposite shop. The two people were seen running away. The man is tall and well-built, with dark hair which is very long. And the woman with him is short with short hair. She was wearing blue trousers and brown jacket. If you have some information, please call the police.
Dear mother and father,
I feel very happy that in a week I’ll be with you again on holiday. I have enjoyed my days in England very much. Mr. King and my classmates are all kind to me, but as people say in England,“There is no place like home.”and I think one feels this much at Christmas time. I’m leaving here early on Thursday morning and arriving in Toronto at about lunch time the next day. Please meet me at the station, as I’m taking a lot of things.
Have you heard of LEGO? LEGO has made good, safe and interesting toys for many years. We sell them, and children play with them in different countries from Australia to Canada, from Japan to Italy.
Now we are looking for someone to sell our toys in Asia. He must be between the ages of twenty- five and thirty-five. He must have at least 2 years’ experience selling toys in world markets. He must speak good English and at least one other Asian language.
The person we are looking for will live in Japan and work there in our office, but he will travel for about six months in a year. In other countries, he must know how to sell in our old markets and find new ones. He must know how to make more money than ever before, for himself, and for LEGO.
If you are the right person, please write to Miss Jenny Brown at our head office.
1—8 CABCABAC 9—12 ACAB 13—17 ACBAA 18—22 B ACCB
23 interesting toys 24. in Asia 25. 2 years’ experience
26. Asian language 27. in Japan
A) 36—40 AABDC 41—45 DCCAB 46—50 CDDAB
51.western 52.served 53. full 54.offer 55.yourself 565.refuse 57.bring59.large 61.edge 60.mistakes
61—65 ACBBA 66—70CADAC 71—75 BDBAC 76—80 GACBE
81 .What did you think of it?/How did you like it?
82. Did you go there with your parents?
83. How did you go there?
84.How long did you stay there?
85.Did you buy anything there?
In England, when you meet someone else, you are supposed to shake hands. People usually talk about the weather when they meet, and they prefer to begin their talk with talking about weather. It’s rude to ask a man’s salary or a woman’s age. Shopping in England is very convenient. Usually people don’t bargain. If you don’t think the price is acceptable, you can just go away. If you are going to visit a friend, you should make a telephone call before you go and tell your friend when you will come. You are not supposed to call the others after ten at nigh
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