1.There is a new shop near my home, but I haven’t been there .*
2.There is a piece of bad news that the sports meeting willbecause of the terrible weather.*
3.Today Chinese ______by more and more people around the world.*
4.This place is only 100 meters above the sea _______.*
5.Can you tell me ?*
6.---How many classes do you have on Friday afternoon?
---_________, we are free.*
7.--- Are you afraid of the dark?
--- Yes, I always go to sleep _________ the light on.*
8.—Do you know ___________?
—To meet her friends from America.*
9.________ is good for your health.*
10.--- _____ will you stay there for the show?
--- Until the day after tomorrow.*
11.I saw Jenny_________near the river on my way home.*
12.I_____ to school by bike, but now I ______.*
13.Before we arrived, the train___ already.*
14.-Need the government of Philippines(菲律宾政府)say sorry to China?
-Yes, they_______.Their behavior has deeply hurt Chinese people.*
15.When you leave, please turn off the lights ______ energy. *
16.They walked because they couldn’t afford______a taxi．*
17.We need to________warm clothes to keep warm in winter．*
18.Never fail to be _________ /'θæŋkfəl/ to the people around you.*
19.Mother doesn’t allow me to go out alone _______ weekends. She is very strict _______ me.*
20.______ exciting event the 2012 Shanghai F1 Race was!*
21.—Excuse me, would you like mind helping me with the math problem?
—I’m sorry. , I’m in a hurry.*
22.Study hard , then your dream will _____.*
23.— ________ do you like?
— I like Rock and Roll.*
24.- Can you tell me _______?
- With Lucy's help.*
25.The sailor is ______ of his experiences, because he has been to about 30 countries.*
An elderly man had collapsed（晕倒） while crossing the street; an ambulance(救护车) rushed him to the hospital. There the man repeatedly called for his son.From a letter
in his pocket, a nurse learned that his son was a Marine（海军）.They found the young man .He rushed to the airport in order to reach his dying father.It was mid- evening when the young man walked into the hospital. A nurse took the tired,
man to the bedside.“Your son is here,” she repeated the words before the
A. young man’s
eyes opened. He only dimly（模糊地）saw the young man in Marine uniform standing nearby. He reached out his hand. The Marine
the old man’s hand with a messsage of love and encouragement.Night are long in
B. the ambulance
D. the army
, but all the night the young man sat there, holding the father’s hand and offering words of hope and strength. The nurse suggested the young Marine to rest for a while. He
. Now and then, she heard him say a few gentle words. The dying man said nothing, only held tightly to his son through most of the night.It was dawn（黎明） when the patient died.
the nurse said something to comfort him, the Marine asked her, “Who was that man?”“Your father.” she answered
.“No, he wasn’t,” he replied. “I never saw him before in my life.”“Why didn’t you say something when I took you to him?” the nurse asked.“I knew immediately there’d been a(n)
, but I also knew he needed his son, and his son just wasn’t here. When I realized he was too sick to
whether or not I was his son, I guessed he really needed me. So I stayed.”
Elizabeth Blackwell was born in England in 1821, and moved to New York City when she was ten years old. One day she decided that she wanted to become a doctor. That was nearly impossible for a woman in the middle of the nineteenth century. After writing many letters asking for admission(录取) to medical schools, she was finally accepted by a doctor in Philadelphia. She was so determined that she taught school and gave music lessons to get money for the cost of schooling.In 1849, after graduation from medical school, she decided to further her education in Paris. She wanted to be a surgeon(外科医师) , but a serious eye problem forced her to give up the idea.Upon returning to the United States, she found it difficult to start her own practice because she was a woman. By 1857 Elizabeth and her sister, also a doctor, along with another woman doctor, managed to open a new hospital, the first for women and children. Besides being the first woman physician and founding her own hospital, she also set up the first medical school for women.
27.When did Elizabeth move to the United States?*
28.What almost destroyed Elizabeth’s chances of becoming a doctor?*
29.Elizabeth couldn’t become a surgeon because _______.*
30.When did Elizabeth move to the United States?*
31.Which of the following is true according to the passage?*
Two years ago，my family moved to a new city and I had to study in a new school．As I had few friends there．I felt lonely．Then I met Tony．The first time I saw him．he was standing in the center of a group of students，telling jokes．The children around laughed from time to time．Tony knew about my problem．He asked me to play basketball with his friends and helped me with my studies．We soon became good friends．About a year ago，however，Tony’s father was killed in an accident．As a result，his family had to move to a small house．Tony changed into a different person．He became silent and he even lost his interest in studies．Several times．I invited him to go out and play basketball with me，but he refused．I wanted to help him，but didn’t know what to do．Then something strange happened in my class．Two classmates lost the money in their schoolbags．Last Friday，just before the P．E．lesson，I went back to the classroom to get my running shoes I would use．The door was half open．I went in．To my astonishment，I saw Tony was searching one of my classmates’schoolbags．I was shocked…
32.What kind of boy was Tony at the beginning of the story？*
33.Why did the writer become friends with Tony？*
34.What caused the change of Tony？*
35.How did the writer feel when he saw Tony’s change？*
There are seabirds as well as land-birds. The most ordinary seabird is the seagull. It has a white body. a white head, and a yellow beak. There is a spot of red at the very end of the beak. All gulls have very strong wings so that they can fly far out to sea. If a gull flies out too far, and is too tired to fly back to the shore, it does not get frightened, for it can sit and rest upon the waves. A seagull's wings do not get wet because all its feathers have a kind of oil over them, so that when the water gets on to the feathers it just runs off again. Seagulls can even sleep on the waves.Seamen know a lot about seagulls and they never kill them. When the seagulls fly a long way out to sea, seamen say that it means fine weather is coming. When the seagulls stay near the shore, seamen say that there will be much wind and rain, and perhaps a storm, for the seagulls know more about the weather than seamen do.
37.What is the seagull?*
38.Why is every seagull able to fly far out to sea?*
39.Why does a seagull not get frightened even when it is far away from the shore and it is too tired to fly back?*
40.Why can't the water make the seagull's feathers wet?*
41.What will the weather be like if seagulls stay near the shore?*