班级_______ 姓名________ 分数_________
1. I went to __________ supermarket to buy ___________ birthday gift for my aunt yesterday.
A. an, a B. a, a C. the, / D. /, the
2. My father is a worker. is very kind.
A. He B. She C. His D. It
3. Jessica used to be a manager in a company, but she gave up ___________ job when she became a mother.
A. she B. hers C. her D. herself
4. Two months ago, China tested its ___________ aircraft carrier (航空母舰) built completely on its own.
A. one B. first C. the one D. the first
5. For more than once, our head teacher asks us ___________ the habit of keeping a diary.
A. develop B. develops C. developing D. to develop
6. ---Is this Kate’s bicycle?
---No, ________ is under the tree. She put it there this morning.
A. his B. hers C. mine D. yours
7. Just walk down this road and you’ll see the museum ________ your right.
A. on B. in C. at D. by
8. —How do you like the famous actor, Jack Chen?
—Wonderful! I like very much.
A. he B. his C. him D. himself
9. –It is said that TV program Readers was quite popular.
--Yes, I watched ______ at eight last Saturday.
A. it B. them C. that D. those
10.–Do you have anything else to say for being late again?
--No, nothing ______ sorry.
A. above B. behind C. from D. but
11.Mike lost his school ID card this morning. He is looking for now.
A. it B. him C. them D. he
12.I can’t see Lucy because she is the tree.
A. in front of B. behind C. next to D. across from
13. Two months ____ a long time. We can visit our grandparents during the vacation.
A. am B. is C. are D. be
14. Can anyone suggest _____to go for lunch?
A. why B. what C. who D. where
15. Zhang Lin is a popular ______ in this school and most of her students are her fans.
A. farmer B. doctor C. worker D. teacher
Do you have a nickname（呢称)?Most of us do by our looks, clothing, or personality, But for cities, the meaning of their nicknames has much more than that.
Many big cities have nicknames, such as New York-The Big Apple, London-The Great
Smog, and Rome-The Eternal(永恒的)City. Why do cities have such nicknames?
In the 1920s,there were many races in New York. People called the prizes of these race.
apples. Writer John J.Fitz Gerald first called New York the Big Apple, because New York is the place that many people dreamed of going to for the biggest prize of all.
For Rome, as the name suggests, the answer is simple, Romans believed that no mater what happened to the world, Rome would go on forever. Rome has been an important center of power for more than 2,000 years.
As for London, in the Victorian period, it had problems with its air. Later in 1952,serious air pollution made 10,000 people fall ill. But now the air of London has become better.
Does that sound interesting? Does your city have a nickname?
16.Most of us get our nicknames only by our looks.
17.The Great Smog is the nickname of London.
18.The nickname of New York was given by writer Johnl.Fitz Gerald.
19.Rome has been an important center of power for 2000 years.
20.Later in 1952,the air of London became better.
Horse Racing All Year Round
Races starting at 3 p.m. every Sunday
Racetrack only 20 miles away
Lots of free parking space
No children allowed 100 Years Of Pictures
Then & now (photo show)
See the history pictures (1917—2017)
February 1—April 30
City Art Museum 750 High Street
Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m.—5 p.m.
This Saturday 2—6 p.m.
Everything 20% — 40% off
Visit us at Block G. Grandview Mall
Realize your dreams, save time and money
Fall in love with prices we offer Dance Party
Celebrate special date
Bringing your sweet heart
Sunday night, country club
Live band from 9 p.m.—1 a.m.
$25 a couple(夫妇); $15 a single person
21. Who can NOT go to the horse race?
A. A single person. B. A couple.
C. Children. D. The sweet heart.
22. People can see the photo show at __________.
A. Grandview Mall B. City Art Museum
C. Racetrack D. Country Club
23. What can you do if you only have time between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Saturday?
A. Go shopping.
B. Go to see the photo show.
C. Go to the dance with your sweet heart.
D. Go to watch the horse race.
24. How much will Mr. and Mrs. Smith pay if they want to go to the dance party?
A. 15 dollars. B. 25 dollars.
C. 20% — 40% off. D. For free.
25. Where can you see the above advertisements?
A. In a book. B. In a magazine.
C. In a newspaper. D. On TV.
A. noticed B. because C. cause D. relaxed E. how F. what
Most teenagers need about eight to nine hours of sleep each night. But many of us have trouble sleeping. If we don't sleep well, it can affect our performance in sports, and it can also 26 health problems. Here are some ideas on 27 to have a good sleep:
Be active during the day.
You may have 28 how active little children are during the day, and how well they sleep at night. Physical activities can help you reduce stress and make you more 29 . Exercise at least one hour every day can help you sleep well. Just don't do exercise too close to bedtime, 30 exercise wakes you up and stops you from feeling sleepy.
A. before B. fall asleep C. body D. anything E. good F. be able to
Keep a sleep routine.
Going to bed at the same time every night helps the body expect sleep. That means if you sleep at 8:00 every night, your 31 will know that 8:00 pm is the time to sleep. So keeping a sleep routine helps you have a 32 sleep. You can also do some reading, listen to music, or do 33 else that relaxes you before you sleep.
Expect a good night's sleep.
Stress can keep you awake. You should be relaxed 34 you go to bed. Don't worry that you won't 35 sleep, just tell yourself that you can have a good sleep. Saying “Tonight, I will sleep well” several times during the day can help a lot.
Last summer, Kelly visited her Aunt Mina for a week. They spent two days at Kelly’s favorite museum, the Museum of Modern Art.
At the museum, Kelly wanted to buy a gift. 36 . In the gift shop, she saw some cards, T-shirts and posters (海报). She knew her aunt would love a poster (海报). Kelly looked at the price of a poster. She couldn’t afford it! 37 . She left the gift shop very disappointed.
Later, as they walked home, Aunt Mina noticed Kelly was sad. 38 , and Kelly told her about what had happened.
“Don’t worry. ” Aunt Mina said, “Spending time with you is the only gift I need. ”
Kelly felt the same way, but she still wanted to give her aunt a gift.
The next morning, Kelly stayed with Mrs. Gomez. 39 . Kelly noticed a toolbox full of paints in the room.
“Mrs. Gomez, I didn’t know you were a painter,” Kelly said.
“I paint a little,” Mrs. Gomez said. “Your aunt says you love the art museum. Would you like to make a little art of your own?”
“I’ve never tried painting,” Kelly said nervously.
Kelly thought about the beautiful paintings at the museum. 40 . “I could make a painting for Aunt Mina,” She said. “It would be the perfect gift!”
“Good idea!” Mrs. Gomez smiled.
根据短文内容, 从方框中选出五个句子填入文中空缺处, 使短文内容完整正确. （选项E涂AB,选项F涂CD）
A. Kelly borrowed some money from Mrs. Gomez.
B. Then she had an idea
C. So she visited the gift shop
D. Aunt Mina asked Kelly what was wrong
E (涂AB). Mrs. Gomez was Aunt Mina’s neighbor
F (涂CD). She didn’t have enough money for a poster
41. The piece of music can touch not only your heart, but also_____(I).
42.The _________(boy) faces were a sight, covered with dust.
43. Shi Yuqi, a badminton ___ (play) from Jiangsu, helped China win the 2018 Thomas Cup.
44.The little girl is so smart . She can make a cake by _____________ (she) without help.
45. Li Fang is one of the ________ (beautiful) teachers in our country.
46. Jack is talented in sports. He can play basketball as (good) as his brother.
47.The boy got the___________ ( one) place in the singing competition.
48. Bill wants to invite some friends to his __________(nine) birthday party.
Tom worked in the office of Mr. Bates.
???? One day, when Tom got to the office, a letter was waiting for him. He opened it.
???? “Dear Tom,” the letter said, “I (49) (write) to thank you for your help now. You helped me so much when I came to your office. Here’s a ticket for the big football match.”
????? Tom looked at the ticket. He could not believe that he had it. Everyone looked forward to (50) (watch) the match!
????? “I must watch the match,” he though. “I (51) (expect) the big match for 4 years.”
????? Tom thought and though. He (52) (not put) his heart into any work. Then at twelve o’clock he knew what to do.
????? He went out of the office and called his sister, Jean.
????? At one o’clock Mr. Bates came up to him. “I have bad news for you, Tom. Your sister telephoned just now. Your mother (53) (send) to hospital a moment ago.”
???? “Thank you,” Tom said. “I will go to the hospital. I (54) (come) back as soon as possible.”
In fact, Tom (55) (leave) the office quickly for the football ground. Tom’s ticket was a good one. He could stand near the front.
The next morning, when Tom got to the office, Mr. Bates came up to him. “You’re fired (解雇), Tom.” Then he walked away angrily.
“But why?” Tom asked.
Then a girl said, “We saw the match on TV here yesterday! You were on TV! Tom, you had such a good ticket!”
What’s in a Name?
Many American names come from England. But where did most English names come from?
Centuries ago, most people in England had only one name-- their first name. In the 11th century, five or six of the 50 people in a village might be named William, and it was easy to get confused. But in the Middle Ages, people found a way to describe each person exactly. If there were four Williams in one village, one might be referred to as William the son of John. A second might be called William from the hill. A third, William the blacksmith（铁匠）. And a fourth, William the brown haired. In conversation, people might refer to the four Williams as William John’s son, William hill, William smith, and William brown.
It was 300 or 400 years before the extra （ 附加的） names gradually developed into last names, or surnames. They were passed on from generation to generation. By the 1300s, Robert, the son of Williamsmith, had the name Robert smith, even if he was not a blacksmith like his father. As the last name became widely accepted, the first letter was capitalized, as in Robert Smith. By the 15th century, most people of the
upper and middle classes had surnames.
Many surnames were based on father-son relations. The “son of” part was added to the father’s first name, like Johnson, meaning John’s son. Sometimes it was shortened to just “s”, as in Jones or Evans.Surnames like Hill described the place where a person lived. They are the most common type of surname. A third kind of surname was based on a person’s job. Forester was someone who looked after the forest. In the Middle Ages, occupation names such as Baker, Carpenter, and Miller became common. The fourth kind of surname was nickname（绰号）. A man whose surname was Bear might be as fierce as a bear.
Have you ever wondered why some surnames are so common? The most common surname in the English language is Smith. Being able to make metals（金属）into tools was an important skill in the Middle Ages, and many people were trained as blacksmiths. The most common American surnames are Smith,Johnson, William and Brown.
56. Where do many American names come from?
57. When did people find a way to describe each person exactly?
58. How long did it take for extra names to develop into last names?
59. What is the fourth paragraph mainly about?
60. Why were many people trained blacksmith in the Middle Ages?
你校英语社团正在开展主题为“ How do students find study partners？”的讨论，为此你采访了一些学生，请你根据下表内容用英语写一篇短文进行交流，并说明你自己的方式及理由。
部分学生 使用网络 方便找到学伴
部分学生 参加社团 面对面分享经验
你 ······ ······
参考词汇：学伴 study partner 方便的convenient
I have recently done a survey about how students find study partners._____________________________
1-5 BACBD 6-10 BACAA 11-15 ABBDD 16-20 BAABB
21-25 CBABC 26-30 CEADB 31-35 CEDAF 36-40 CFDEB
三、41.mine 42.boys’ 43.player 44.herself 45.most beautiful 46.well 47.first 48.ninth
四、49. am writing 50. watching 51. have expected 52. couldn’t put / didn’t put 53. was sent 54. will come / am coming 55. left
47.In the middle ages.
48.300 or 400 years.
49.Many surnames were based on father-son relations.
50.Because being able to make metals into tools was an important sill in the Middle Ages.
I have recently done a survey about how students find study partners.
Some students find study partners through the Internet. They believe it’s convenient to find partners to study with online. Besides, they can get help from study partners whenever necessary. Some students prefer to join clubs to find study partners so that they can share experience face to face. What’s more, they think working out problems together helps learn more easily.
As for me, I’d like to get study partners by going to summer camp because I can learn something new while having fun. Also, it’s a good way to learn how to get on well with others.
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