My little brother was born ____March 6.1998.
What about _____out to play basketball?
A. to go
_________ you ever __________ to Shanghai?
—Is chemistry more difficult than physics?
—No, chemistry isn’t as______ as physics.
D. more difficult
Guangdong lies _____ the north of Hainan and ____the south of China.
A. to, in
B. to, on
C. on, in
D. on, to
—What did you do last night?
—I did my homework and ______________TV.
C. will watch
D. am watching
__________nice the weather is today?
C. How a
D. What a
______ any yoga classes in the evenings?
A. Is there
B. Are there
—Victor, your radio is too loud. Your partner is writing her composition
—Sorry, Miss Gao. I’ll turn it _____a little
—Do you mind me smoking here?
—_____. Look at the sign. It says, “No smoking.”
A. It doesn’t matter
B. You’d better not
C. No, I don’t
D. Never mind
Which is the best title for this passage?
A. Big cities B. New York, London, and Paris C. Exciting Places to live in D. Serious Problems in Big Cities
In big cities people can ______.
A. go to different kinds of museums B. see all kinds of plays C. buy things from all over the world D. A, B and C
Which of the following is true?
A. Big cities are not safe and clean enough. B. People can easily find a good place to live in big cities. C. Big cities are safe, but not clean. D. All people like to live in big cities.
In this passage the writer advised (建设) people ________.
A. to move to a big city B. not to move to big city C. not to move to a big city without thinking about the problems there D. not to think too much about the problems before they move to a big city.
Which is not talked about in this passage?
A. New York and London are big cities, and also is Paris. B. Big cities are better than small cities. C. Big cities are exciting places to live in. D. Big cities have a lot of serious problems.
The woman was angry because ____.
A. she couldn’t use the ticket for her round trip B. she had to return home a day earlier than she had planned C. she spent more money than she had expected D. Harry had sold her a ticket to Jersey where there was no sailing
Harry was worried because ____.
A. the woman was angry with him B. he had not done his work properly C. the Jersey timetable was wrong D. the little girl didn’t have a return ticket
Harry started talking to the little girl ____.
A. because he was in difficulty and did not know what to do B. because he had a little girl about the same age as this girl C. because he wanted to be friendly to the little girl who looked so nice D. when he suddenly realized that he could find a way out from the little girl
When Harry said, “The law is the law, but since the fault was mine…,”he meant that ___.
A. they must follow it without other choice, even though the fault was his. B. he had to be strict with the woman because of the law, although he didn’t want to C. the woman had to pay him￡1.50 and the railway would pay for the hotel D. she should pay￡1.50, but as he had made a mistake, she could go without paying
The woman left the office without saying anything because ____.
A. she wanted to go home and get money for the child’s ticket B. she was so angry that she didn’t want to have anything more to do with the young man C. she was moved by Harry’s kindness D. she knew she would have to pay the railway if she insisted
The sports meet will continue ______ it rains this afternoon.
C. as soon as
The story is as ________ as that one.
A. more interesting
C. the most interesting
D. interesting one
Don’t worry! My father will be back _______ten minutes.
—Sorry, I didn’t return your book on time.
A. I agree with you
B. It doesn’t matter
C. You’re welcome
D. That’s a good idea
Most of the children enjoy _____________ computer games.
D. to play
Taiwan is ______ the east of Fujian.
My aunt has worked in a clinic _______1949.
Jane’s mother was ill yesterday, so she had to look______ her.
D. out of
We are often told _________ at people in trouble.
A. not to smile
B. to smile
C. not to laugh
D. to laugh
John is fatter than __________ of the other boys in class. He is the fattest.
What is Indianapolis best known for?
A. Its yearly motor race. B. Its schools and libraries. C. Its universities and medical schools. D. Its Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument.
You can NOT travel to Indianapolis by _____.
A. boat B. train C. car D. bike
From the text, what do we learn about the size of Indianapolis?
A. It is the largest city in the U. S. A. B. It has a population of over a million. C. It has a population of under a million. D. It is one of the largest cities in the world.
It is easy for a stranger to go about in the city because _____.
A. most of the buildings are in the center of the city. B. there are many different ways of traveling there. C. the buildings are very close to each other. D. the city is planned in squares.
Many buildings in Indianapolis are white because _____.
A. they are painted white every year.
B. the Indianan people keep them clean. C. they are made of a special stone. D. there is little pollution from factories.
Mrs. Black ____ how she had spent the money.
A. wanted to know B. knew quite well C. had no idea D. often asked herself
By ____ evening there was no more money left for Mrs. Black.
A. Tuesday B. Wednesday C. Thursday D. Friday
Mr Black told his wife to write down on the next page _____.
A. when she spent the money B. where she spent the money C. why she spent so much money D. what she bought with the money
Mrs. Black began to write down how much her husband had given her ____.
A. At the beginning of July B. By the end of June C. On Friday evening D. Every weekend
In the end, Mr. Black was sure ____.
A. that his wife had a habit of saving money B. that most of the money had been spent on food C. about how the money had been spent D. that his wife spent her money without much care or thought
I am bad at spelling，but he is _____ than me.
London is _____capital of Britain, and it is _____ great city, too.
A. a, the
B. the, a
C. a, a
D. the, the
The Yellow River is the second ______ river in China.
D. more long
I don’t need _____ mineral water , but I’ d like ____ tea , thanks.
A. any, any
B. any, some
C. some, some
D. some, any
The flowers _______ every day, or they’ll die.
A. must water
B. can be watered
C. should water
D. must be watered
I always drive _____ to work.
______ children has his brother got?
A. How many
B. How much
C. How about
D. How old
— ____ time do you have lunch?
— I usually have lunch at 12.
She ______ a teacher in Shanghai last year.
He _____ in Beijing, but his parents ______ in Hangzhou.
A. live, lives
B. lives, live
C. live, live
D. lives, lives
The distance from the center of England to the south coast is about _____.
one hundred miles B. three hundred miles C. one hundred and fifty miles D. six hundred miles
England is a country _______.
A. with a cold and wet climate B. with a surprising climate C. with a pleasant climate D. with a variety of climate
According to the passage, _______.
A. flowers and vegetables from Devon are on the market one month earlier B. farmers in the south-west grow as many vegetables and flowers as farmers elsewhere C. people in the south-west have to pay a higher price for vegetables and flowers D. vegetable in Cornwall ripen as much as a month earlier than flowers
In the north of England and the Midland, ______.
A. it is cold and wet all the year round B. the climate is pleasant as a whole C. it is warm most of the time in a year D. only the summer is not cold and wet
In winter, people in Devon and Cornwall ______.
A. hardly see any snow B. never see any snow C. may have several feet of snow D. often see snow
In the old days _______ often paid for all the meals.
A. women B. men C. university students D. businessmen
“To go Dutch” means to _______.
A. go to play outside B. eat out C. pay for oneself D. go to a cheaper eating place
“McDonald’s” here means _______.
A. a tea house B. a gate C. an office D. an eating place
If you feel friendly to the person, _______.
A. you should pay for him B. you needn’t pay for him C. you can accept his invitation D. you can’t accept his invitation
We’d better know who will pay for the meal _______.
A. at the beginning B. at the end C. in the middle of the meal D. after drinking
I have two brothers. One is a driver, ____ is a policeman.
C. the other
一____ you like a drink? Wine? Beer?
一 A beer, please.
— I have got a pain in my chest.
—You ____ to see the doctor.
How_____ time did you spend in France?
I don’t clean my son’s bedroom. He has to do it by_____.
Who is that man over there? Do you know ___ name?
I’m ________ information technology manager.
D. the a
We look forward _____ you on Friday.
A. to meeting
B. to meet
I’m interested _____ cooking.
My husband doesn’t ______ shopping, but I like it very much.
C. likes to
In Macao there are only about _______ people who are not Chinese.
18,000 B. 20,000 C. 21,450 D. 428,000
From the text, what do we learn about Macao ________.
A. Macao is made up of two parts: Macao Peninsula and Lehman Isle. B. Macao is one of the densest population regions in the world. C. The minority of its people are Chinese. D. Macao is on the eastern side of the Pearl River entrance
Macao is made of a small narrow peninsula(半岛) sticking out from ______.
A. Guangdong province B. Hong Kong. C. Hainan D. Guangxi province
Macao is neighbored with __________.
A. Guangzhou B. Hong Kong C. Hula and Shenzhen D. All of the above
Which is the advantage for Macao’s economic development?
A. Macao is on the coast line. B. Macao is near some big cities or special economic zones. C. Macao’s back is a rich delta. D. All of the above.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith _____ in the past.
A. had often stayed in a big hotel in New Jersey B. had traveled to many places C. had often stayed in a small inn D. had made a lot of money
They decided to go to a really good hotel because _____.
A. it was famous B. it was difficult to find a cheap hotel C. it was near many interesting places D. they now had enough money
When they arrived at the hotel, they found ____.
A. no meals were served after seven B. dinner was still being served C. their plane had arrived too late D. they had to go to bed hungry
When the man told them the times of meals at the hotel, Mrs. Smith felt ____.
A. disappointed B. excited C. delighted D. satisfied
Mrs. Smith ____.
A. thought she would have plenty of time to see the sights B. was afraid they would have no time to tour around London C. thought the hotel was not as good as the small inn D. thought the hotel was much better than the small inn for its good meals