( ??)1.A.Great. B.That’s nothing. C.You’re welcome.
( ??)2.A.Never mind. B.Sure, I’d love to. C.Bye-bye.
( ??)3.A.What a pity. B.I’m fine. ? C.I agree with you.
( ??)4.A.It’s great. ????????B.Well done. ??????????C.Of course.
( ??)5.A.That’s all right. ?????B.Have a good time. ?????C.Help yourself.
( ??)6.A.Tom is a student. B.Tom is?not a student.
C.Tom? doesn’t? like school.
( ??)7.A.Kangkang is at home.? ?B.?Kangkang is at school.
C.?Kangkang isn’t at home.
( ??)8.A.She works hard. B. She is a good woman.???
?C. She teaches well.
( ??)9.A.School ended a little earlier.
B.School ended as early as usual.
C.School didn’t end so early as usual.
( ??)10.A.Tom doesn’t like the heavy traffic. I don’t like it, either.
B.I don’t like the heavy traffic, but Tom likes it.
C.Tom doesn’t like the heavy traffic,?but I like it.
( ??)11.A.Three.???? B.Tom and Mike. C.Beijing.
( ??)12.A.A river.?? ??B.A market. C.A school.
( ??)13.A.Last year. B.Before 3 years. C.Since 3 years ago.
( ??)14.A.I’ve no idea. B.Can I have some fish? C.Yes, you can.
( ??)15.A.It is tall. B.They are wide. C.She is in the office.
( ??)16.What did Jack want to do one day?
A.He wanted to borrow some books from Jim.
B.?He wanted to play with Jim.
C.?He wanted to buy some books.
( ??)17.Where did Jack want to read the books?
A.In the reading room. B.At Jim’s home. C.At his own home.
( ??)18.How long did Jack want to borrow Jim’s books?
A.Two weeks. B.Less than two weeks. C.More than two weeks.
( ??)19.Why didn’t Jack want to lend the brush?to Jim?
A.Because his brush?is broken.
B.Because he had lent it to others.
C.Because Jim didn’t lend the books to him yesterday and this made him very angry.
( ??)20.What might happen after Jack’s words?
A.Jim was happy. B.Jim was unhappy. C.Jim thanked Jack very much.
( ??)1.—When did the Greens come to China?
—They_____ China for seven years.
A.have come to B.have been to
C.have come in D.have been in
( ??)2.—Have you cleaned your room_____?
—Yes, I’ve_____cleaned it.
A. already, already B.yet, yet ???????
B. ?C.already, yet D.yet, already
( ??)3. —What are you reading about?
—It’s about the one-child policy. It says that the policy has_____controlling the population in China.
A.been good at B.taken good care of
C.worked well in D.got on well with
( ??)4.—_____ you _____ your homework yet?
—Yes, I _____ it ten minutes ago.
A.Did,?do,?finished B. Have,?done,?have finished
( ??)5.Xi’an is a city with many places of interest and _____ tourists come here every year.
A.thousand of B.thousand
C.thousands D.thousands of
( ??)6.This is the most beautiful park I have _____ visited.
A.ever B.still C.never D.been
( ??)7.—How long _____ you _____ here?
—Since I came here five years ago.
( ??)8.Now most families have only one child _____ our country’s?one-child policy.
C.because for D.because of
( ??)9.—David has made great progress recently.
—_____, and _____.
A.So he has,?so you have B.So he has,?so have you
C.So has he,?so have you D.So has he,?so you have
( ??)10.—Which country has the_____population in the world?
( ??)11.Compared with last year, our pay _____ about?￥500 every month.
A.has increased by B.has increased
C.increased by D.increased to
( ??)12.—It seems _____ you like to work with children.
—Yes, they are so lovely.
A.that B.what C.to D.as
( ??)13.In our class _____ of the students _____ girls.
A.third fifths,?is B.third fifth,?are
C.three fifth,?is D.three fifths,?are
( ??)14.?I used to_____my dream.?But now I get used to_____doing everything. I think I’ll be successful one day.
A.give up, keeping????B.?giving up, keeping
C.giving up, keep?? ?D.?give up, keep
( ??)15.There is _____ pollution in the world. We must stop it.
A.much too? B.too much?
C.many too ?D.too many
Anne is a newspaper reporter. She chose this???16 ??so she could travel around the world. The work has taught her many unforgettable(令人难忘的) lessons. She has seen wars, earthquakes and death. But she has??17 ?seen courage, hope and happiness.
Last year, she won an award for her reporting in?Africa. She was very proud??18 ?it. At first, she thought she got the award because of her good work. But then she realized that she should thank many other people for??19 ?help.
Anne was born in?Jamaica. Her family was not poor, but it was not??20 ?, either. Her parents had to??21 ?hard so that she could go to school. At school, Anne was not a good student,
??22 ?she enjoyed writing because her English teacher said,?“Anne, you are a wonderful
??23 ?.”?The teacher encouraged her all the time.
Later, Anne went to university in?Canada?and then??24 ?a job. It was very difficult. Then, one day, she went to see the editor of a newspaper in?Ottawa. The editor gave her a job.?“Everyone needs a??25 ?at first.”He said.
（??）16. A. bookB. jobC. sweaterD. picture
（??）17. A. stillB. never ?????C. also ????????D. only
（??）18. A. to ??????????B. of ????????C. for ?????????D. from
（??）19. A. my ????????B. his ????????C. our ?????????D. their
（??）20. A. rich ???????B. new ??????C. small ???????D. big
（??）21. A. study ??????B. walk ??????C. work ????????D. play
（??）22. A. but ?????????B. if ????????C. because ??????D. so
（??）23. A. farmer ??????B. nurse ?????C. doctor ???????D. writer
（??）24. A. looked for ??B. made ?????C. joined ???????D. found
（??）25. A. ticket ??????B. hobby ?????C. chance ???????D. habit
Each nation has many people who help to take care of others. For example, some high school and college students in the U.S.A. often spend many hours as volunteers in the hospitals, orphanages (孤儿院) or rest homes. They read books to the people in these places, or they just visit them and play games with them or listen to their problems.
Other young volunteers go and work in the homes of people who are sick or old. They paint, clean up or repair their houses, do their shopping or mow (割，修剪) their lawns. For boys who no longer have fathers, there is an organization called Big Brothers. College students and?some?other men take these boys to baseball games or fishing trips and help them get to know things that boys usually learn from their fathers.
Each city has a number of clubs where boys and girls can go to play games. Some of these clubs show films or organize short trips to the mountains orsome?places of interest. Most of these clubs use a lot of high school and college students as volunteers because they are young enough to?know?the problems and needs of young boys and girls.
Volunteers believe that some of the happiest people in the world are those who help to bring happiness to others.
( ??)26.In America, it takes most of high school and college students little time to be volunteers in hospitals, orphanages or rest homes.
( ??)27.Some young volunteers can go and play in the homes of people who are sick or old.
( ??)28.If a boy has no father, he can get to know things that boys usually learn from their fathers in an organization called Big Brothers.
( ??)29.Most of the clubs don’t like to use the high school and college students as volunteers because they’re too young to remember anything.
( ??)30.If you bring happiness to others, you will feel happy too.
A city without cars would be very strange, right? But Venice is such a city.
Venice is in the northeast of Italy. It wasn’t built on land, like Beijing or Shanghai, but on more than 110 islands. Seawater is everywhere around the city.
Even so, travel isn’t difficult. The waterways have always been the bestways?to get around. There are?117?waterways and more than 400 bridges that can guide you where you want to go.?People in Venice move from place to place by boat. They like to enjoy the scenery and cool summer nights while taking boat trips. They can talk to other people as they go along.
Venice grew out of small islands in saltwater lakes when some Italians escaped from a war more than 1,500 years ago, and built homes there.
Water makes the city special, but it is also a big problem.
Once, people used too much underground water. This made the city get lower little by little. Now the city has gone down by 23 centimeters. Another problem is the rising seawater. The?temperature has risen over the years. This has made the ice of the Arctic Ocean (北冰洋)?
Every year, high waters hit the city in autumn and winter. When a lot of water comes, more than half of the city is underwater.
Scientists are trying different ways to stop the city from getting even lower.
( ??)31.?Where is?Venice?
A. In?Italy.????B. In Canada. ?C. In England. ??D. In America.
( ??)32. Which is the most impossible way for people in Venice to get around ?
A. On foot. ???????B. By boat. ????C. By car. ???????D. By bike.
( ??)33. Why is Venice still getting lower and lower?
A. Because too many people live there.
B. Because the rising temperature has made the ice melt.
C. Because lots of bridges have been built.
D. Because the underground water is rising.
( ??)34. What seasons are dangerous for Venice because of high waters?
A. Summer and autumn. ????????B. Autumn and winter.
C. Summer and winter. ?????????D. Spring and winter.
( ??)35. The passage is mainly about????????.
A. the waterways of Venice ?????B. the history of Venice
C. the scenery of Venice ????????D. the problem of Venice
One day Peng Xianzhe learned he would go to the Mashan School in Guizhou. The 16-year-old boy tried to imagine how serious the drought was for the students at that school. However, he realized it was more serious than he had imagined when he saw the sign?“DON’T wash clothes with water，or you will be punished（惩罚）.?”
Because of drought, the school has been short of water for a long time. Each student has only one bottle of water every day for washing and drinking. The drought has made the poor students much poorer.
Peng is a student from Beijing Chaoyang Foreign Language School. He took part in the school’s Rain & Bow Project from April 2 to 10.
The project idea came from Peng’s principal（负责人）. One day, she heard a sad story about Li Guoxian, a poor girl in the Mashan School，who stopped going to school because of drought. The principal started this project to help the school. In one day, 3，000 students made over 10，000 donations of water，books and clothes.
Peng and other four students went to the Mashan School and gave the donations with five teachers. They visited poor families, made surveys and had classes at the school.
Ding Zhentao，16，was worried about the school’s poor learning environment. “The blackboards and playground are too?shabby?to use，”Ding said.?“Besides, there really aren’t enough teachers. A teacher has to teach both history and English, and even the cook is a class teacher.?”
Although life isn’t easy, students at the school have a positive attitude(积极的态度）towards life and they are quite willing to learn. That’s what moved 16-year-old Chen Shi most.
“They sang their songs together as usual before class every afternoon. After class, the students asked us to tell them things about Beijing and our studies,”?Chen said.?“You can see the passion(热情）in them. I believe it will make a difference. Their futures will be bright.?”
( ??)?36.Which school does?Peng Xianzhe?study？
?????? ?A.?Mashan School.
B.?Beijing Chaoyang Foreign Language School.
C. Project School.
D. Training School.
( ??)37. The underlined word“shabby”means????????????in Chinese.
( ??)38. Who started the school’s Rain & Bow Project？
A. The principal of the foreign language school.
B. Peng Xianzhe, a 16-year-old boy.
C. Chen Shi, a student from Beijing.
D. Li Guoxian, a poor girl in Guizhou.
( ??)39. How many people went to the Mashan School and gave the donations?
A. Four.? ?B. Five. C. Nine. D. Ten.
( ??)40. The passage mainly tells us about????????????.
A. the poor learning environment of the Mashan School
B. the things that?Beijing students did, saw and heard at the Mashan School
C. the Mashan School students’ positive attitude towards the drought
D. a story of a poor girl who stopped going to school because of drought
A: Have you ever read the novel War and Peace?
A: What a pity! It’s a wonderful book.
B:?Well, I’ve been waiting to read it for a long time, but I can’t get a copy. The library has only
three copies.???42 ?
A: Well,???43 ??If you like, I’ll lend it to you.
B: Thank you.???44??By the way, when can I get it?
A:???45 ??Will you please come to my house after school?
B: OK. I’ll go as soon as school is over.
A.That’s very kind of you.
B.I forgot where I had put it.
C.You really should read it.
D.But they are all out.
E.I’m afraid I haven’t.
F.I haven’t had it with me.
G.I have a copy of my own.
1.As we know ,China has the_____ (large) population.
2. _____(thank) to the policy , China is developing quickly.
3Lin Tao’s family?’s _____(live) condition is improving a lot.
4.Jack sings every day,and he wants to_____ (be) known as a singer in the future.
5.Jane’s hometown has changed _____(rapid)since the reform and opening -up.
1. ____ ____ （到目前为止） ，Lisa has collected over 100 Chinese stamps since she came here.
2.At present, (大量的，许多的) students use mobile phones at school in our country.
3.Mary’s home is (远离，离得远) from the school.
4.The government has (采取措施) to save these pandas already.
5.Li Ming will (参加) some volunteer activities next term.
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The Population Problem