1.What is the man’s dream house like?
A.It has a big garden.
B. It has a large yard.
C. It is a lake.
2.How will the speakers pay?
A.They’ll use coins.
B. They’ll use a note.
C. They’ll use a card.
3.What will the speakers do?
A.See a doctor.
B. Go back home.
C. Visit Jean.
4.What does the woman want to know more about?
A. A bird.
B. An accident.
C. A ship.
5. What are the speakers talking about in general?
A. What birthday present the woman will buy.
B. When the woman will attend the party.
C. What clothes the woman will wear.
6. How much did the speakers pay?
7. What did the man think of the food?
A. It was expensive.
B. It was delicious.
C. It was terrible.
8.What is the relationship between Miss Gibson and Alison?
A.Teacher and student.
B.Boss and secretary.
C. Mother and daughter.
9. Why can’t Alison go on the trip?
A. She has to took after her mother.
B. She has a meeting.
C. She is sick.
10. Why does the man like listening to the news on the radio?
A. He will get more important news.
B. He doesn't like to stay in one place.
C. He can hear the news more clearly.
11. How does the woman like to get the news?
A. From the newspaper.
B. Over the radio.
C. On TV.
12. What is the man's opinion about the newspaper?
13.Who is answering the call?
B. Anna's mother.
C. Anna's grandma.
14. What colour shoes does Anna like?
15. How much are the shoes now?
16. What will Anna probably do tomorrow?
A. Send a message to the man.
B. Buy a pair of shoes.
C. Visit her grandma.
17.Where did the race take place?
A. On mountain roads.
B. In city streets.
C. By a lake.
18. What did the speaker and his wife do during the race?
A. They did rock climbing.
B. They took many pictures.
C. They enjoyed the scenery.
19. What did the speaker spend some time doing in the race?
A. Looking for his watch.
B. Checking his foot injury.
C. Encouraging his wife to run.
20. Who won a special award?
A. The speaker.
B. The speaker's son.
C. The speaker's wife.
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21.The Smiths,a retired couple,would probably call for several quiet starry nights.
22.The Johnsons(aged 9-68),adventure lovers,are more likely to check for more information.
23.What kind of activities do the five tours all provide?
24.Where can the passage be probably found?
A.In a tour brochure.
B.In science fiction.
C.In a textbook.
D.In a TV guide.
“Happy New Year!”Everyone will greet each other with these words as they meet over the next couple of weeks.But it wasn’t always January 1 that marked the New Year.
ast 4,000 years ago the ancient Egyptians and Bahylo-nians(古巴比伦人)marked the changing of the year.In Egypt, the year started when the Nile River(尼罗河)flooded,enriching farmers’fields with silt(淤泥).This happened at the end of September.
The Babylonians held a festival in spring,on March 23,to kick off the next farming cycle.The Babylonian celebration lasted for l l days.
The date January 1 was picked by the Roman Emperor Julius Caesar as the change of the year when he established his own calendar in 4 6 BC.The month of January was named after the Roman god,Janus(雅努斯).He is pictured with two heads.0ne head looks forward and the other back.They represent a break between the old and new.That new calendar was in time with the sun and it has been used until the present Day.
Around the world,different cultures have their own traditions for welcoming the New Year.The Japanese hang straw rope across the front of their houses to keep out evil spirits and bring happiness and good luck.They also have a good laugh as the year begins to get things started on a lucky note.
In India people like to wear pink, red ,purple and white flowers. Women favor yellow,the colour of spring.Hindus also leave shrines next to their beds so they see beautiful objects when they wake up.
Canadians enjoy the traditional polar bear swim.People of all ages put on their swimsuits and jump into frozen lakes.
25. Which ancient country has a great effect on the New Year we are celebrating now?
26. What’s the main idea of the last three paragraphs?
A. People in different countries celebrate the New Year in different times of the year.
B. In different countries people celebrate the New Year in different ways.
C. Which country has the best tradition for welcoming the New Year?
D. In different countries people play different games to celebrate the New Year.
27.What can we infer from this passage?
A. Everyone will greet each other with “Happy New Year” for several months.
B. Women favour yellow flowers in Japan when they celebrate the New Year.
C. Canadians like swimming in the lake to celebrate the New Year though it is very
D. Human beings have been celebrating the New Year for no more than 4000 years.
The clock struck eleven at night. The whole house was quiet. Everyone was in bed except me. Under the strong light, I looked sadly before a huge pile of troublesome stuff they call “books”.
I was going to have my examination the next day. \
The clock struck 12.\
28.When the author was going over his lessons, all the others in the house were_____ .
A. working in bed
D. quietly laughing at him
29. Reviewing his lessons didn’t help him because ________. .
A. it was too late at night
B. he was very tired
C. he hadn’t studied hard before the examination
D. his eyes lids were so heavy that he couldn’t keep them open
30. What do you suppose happened to the author?
A. He failed in the exam
B. He passed the exam by luck
C.He went to a church to pray again
D. He was punished by his teacher
31. The best title for the passage would be __________ .
A. The Night Before the Examination
B. Working Far into the Night
C. A Slow Student
D. Going Over My Lessons
When Sabrina Vega was 5 years old,a friend invited her to a party held at a gym where Sabrina discovered that she loved doing gymnastics.
A few nights after the party,Sabrina had a dream.She told her mother,Jahi ra,about the dream.Jahira said,“Sabrina said that in her dream she went to the Olympics.She described everything at this international competition.At first I did not take her story seriously.”
But Sabrina kept talking about her dream.She told it to her father,David.So
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