8B Unit2 Travelling
I _____________________New York for three days and I ____________my parents so much.
We _____________________________________skiing _______________________________.
My father ________________________________Nanjing _______________________ twice.
Neil ___________________________________ America ________________________.
Seeing __________________lovely key rings, I could _______________________________.
Spring is ___________________________________________________________________.
You can ___________________________for two weeks, but you must ________________________.
1. When he woke up, he __________________(感受) a slight shake through his body.
2. The old man has been ____________________(死) since two years ago.
3. When I studied in Beijing, I lived in my _____________________(亲戚) house.
4. Mount Huang is one of the most beautiful ______________________(高山) in China.
5. How long ____________ they ________________________ (marry)?
6. The couple ___________________(be) to Hong Kong many times.
7. Everybody is here today ___________________(除了) Bob. He has gone to the USA.
8. ---Where is Tom ? I can’t find him. ---He _____________(ride) to school since twenty minutes ago.
( )1. --How long _______ the film ________ ? --For fifteen minutes.
A. did; start B. has; started C. was; on D. has; been on
( )2. _________ roller coaster is too old. Don’t you think it is ________useless one?
A. A; the B. An; the C. The; a D. The; an
( )3. Tom ________the USA. He ___________ back in two months.
A. has gone to; comes B. has gone to; will be C. has been to; comes D. has been to; will be
( )4. ---The farmers have been to the United States. ---Really? When _______there?
A. will they go B. did they go C. do they go D. have they gone
( )5. ---________ have you stayed in this hotel? ---Not long, just _________ this Monday.
A. How soon; from B. How long; since C. How many days; for D. How often; on
( )6. Last month Miss Han _________________ a doctor.
A. married with B. married to C. was married with D. got married to
I didn’t cry when I learned I was the parent of a disabled child. I just sat still and didn’t say anything.???
When Jenny was old enough, I sent her to a kindergarten（幼儿园）. On the first morning, Jenny spent hours playing by herself. It seemed that she felt very 1 .???
However, to my joy, Jenny’s classmates always 2 her, “You got all your spelling words right today!” In fact, her spelling list was the 3. Later, she faced a very painful 4 — at the end of the term, there was a game which had 5 to do with physical education. But Jenny was 6 in it.???
My husband and I were anxious about the day. I wanted to let my child stay home! But my heart wouldn’t let me off that easily. So I 7 a pale, unwilling Jenny onto the school bus.???
At the kindergarten, I was quite worried because of her 8 action, Jenny would probably hold up her team. The game went well until it was time for the sack（麻袋）race. Surely Jenny would find it 9 .Now each child had to climb into a sack, jump to the finishing line, return and climb out of the sack. I noticed Jenny standing near the end of her line of players.???
But as it was her turn to join, a change took place in her 10. The tallest boy behind Jenny placed his hands on her waist（腰）. Two other boys 11 in front of her. The moment the player before Jenny stepped out from the sack, the two boys 12 the sack suddenly and kept it open while the tall boy lifted Jenny and 13 her into it. A girl nearby took her hand and supported her 14 Jenny got her balance. Then she jumped forward, smiling and proud. In the cheers of the teachers, schoolmates and parents, I silently thanked the warm, understanding people in life who made it? 15 for my disabled daughter to be like her fellow human beings. Then I finally cried.
( ) 1. A. excited B. lonely C. happy?? D. weak
( ) 2. A. greeted?? ? ? B. expected ? C. encouraged??? D. followed
( ) 3. A. easiest??? ? B. longest ? ?C. smallest??? D. tidiest
( ) 4. A. problem??? ? B. chance ?? C. result??? D. exam
( ) 5. A. nothing? ? B. anything ?? C. everything??? ? D. something
( )?6. A. forward? ?? ? B. fast ??? C. behind??? ?? D. up
( ) 7. A. threw??? ? ? B. pushed ?? C. knocked??? ? D. fixed
( )?8. A. slow??? ?? B. quiet??? ? ? C. quick??? ?? D. secret
( ) 9. A. stupid??? B. simple ?? C. relaxing??? D. difficult
( ) 10. A. school??? ? B. family ?? C. team??? ? D. heart
( ) 11. A. ran??? ? ? B. lay??? ?? C. walked??? ?D. stood
( ) 12. A. picked up??? B. gave up??? C. cut up?????? ?D. made up
( ) 13. A. drove??? B. hid??? ? C. put???? ?? D. hit
( ) 14. A. when??? ?? B. until??? ? ?C. after??? ? ? D. unless
( ) 15. A. popular??? B. special ? C. necessary? ?? D. possible
For many teenagers, a part-time job is an important part of growing up. A part-time job can teach teenagers important skills like responsibility（责任）， independence（独立），teamwork and leadership.
Teenagers can expand their social circles beyond their classmates by making friends with co-workers. And many teenagers find that earning their own money gives them a sense of pride and freedom.
The US Department of Labor allows teenagers to apply for jobs at the age of 14. Popular part-time jobs include working in ice cream stores, coffee shops, and clothing stores. During the school year, teenagers may go to work a few times a week after they finish their classes, then work for longer on the weekends.
In the summer, top jobs for teens include working at camps, swimming pools and amusement(娱乐) parks. These jobs are great for young people who want to be active and have fun while making money.
A favorite job for many teens is babysitting, and they can start before 14 if the parents agree. After the children go to sleep and before the parents come home, babysitters can have lots of freedom.
It can be stressful to balance school and a part-time job. Still, many American teenagers value their work experience very much.
1. ______________________, which is an important part of growing up for American teenagers, can teach them many skills including ___________________________________________.
2. Teenagers can make friends with co-workers _________________________________beyond their classmates. And many of them find that earning their own money provides them with _______________________________________________.
3. American teenagers can __________________ when they are ____________ years old by law.
4. _____________________ is many teenagers’ favourite job because being babysitters can make them have _________________________________ than doing other part-time jobs.
5. Teenagers may feel stressed to ______________________________ between school and a part-time job, but they think that ___________________________ is very valuable to them.