I’m John．My father is a factory manager．He comes from America．My mother is a teacher．She’s English．She can speak some Chinese．She is an English teacher at schoo1．I’m a student in my mother’s schoo1．At school I can play with my Chinese friends．We can play football，basketball and table tennis．My mother can play the piano and tennis．She can also sing well．
1.John’s father is _______.
A．in a school B．in a factory
C. in a hotel D. in a hospital
2.John’s mother is from_______.
3.John can _______.
A．sing B．play the piano
C．play tennis D．play table tennis
4.John’s mother can _______.
A．play football and sing
B．play basketball and the piano
C．play tennis and table tennis
D．play the piano and sing
5._______can speak some Chinese ．
A．John B．John’s mother
C．John’s father D．John’s friends
A small man goes to the cinema. He buys a ticket and goes in. But after two or three minutes he comes out. He buys a second ticket and goes in again. After a few minutes he comes out again and buys a third ticket. Two or three minutes after that, he comes out a third time and asks for another ticket. But the girl says to him, “Why are you buying all these? Are you meeting friends in the cinema all the time?”
“No, I’m not doing that.” the small man says, “But a big woman always stops me at the door and tears( 撕掉 ) my tickets up.”
1.The small man goes to the cinema to .
A. see a film B. watch TV
C. meet his friends D. have a rest
2.The small man a ticket.
A. takes B. buys
C. brings D tears
3.After a few minutes the small man again and buys a third ticket.
A. gets B. tears up.
C. comes out D goes in
4. “No, I’m not doing that.” Means(意思是) .
A. He isn’t seeing a film
B. He isn’t meeting his friend
C. He wants to buy the tickets for the big woman
D the big woman doesn’t let him in
5. From the story we can guess( 猜 ) .
A. the small man is the first time to go to a cinema.
B. the big woman at the door doesn’t like him.
C. the small man is afraid of the big woman.
D. the small man doesn’t want the big woman to tear his ticket up.
A woman to work every day. She usually parks(停车) her car in the street her office. One day after work, she got into her car and started driving . Suddenly, she a yellow car following her. The was a big man. When she turned left, the yellow car turned left. When she turned right, the yellow turned right. When she stopped the traffic lights, the yellow car stopped .
She was so she drove quickly to the . She was to see that the yellow car also stopped behind her car. She jumped out of her car quickly and ran to a policeman. She asked for and told him everything.
The policeman quickly ran to the yellow car. Just then the driver in the yellow car came out and the policeman, “I want back this purse(钱包) to her. I think she it on the street.”
The woman’s face turned red. She thanked big man and the policeman.
1.A. drive B. drives C. driving D. drove
2.A. over B. on C. outside D. inside
3.A. home B. work C. to home D. to work
4.A. knows B. sees C. found D. met
5.A. worker B. policeman C. cleaner D. driver
6.A. on B. at C. under D. over
7.A. in front B. behind C. before D. in the fornt
8.A. happy B. excited C. surprised D. afraid
9.A. office B. market C. police station D. traffic lights
10.A. happy B. excited C. surprised D. afraid
11.A. help B. money C. her key D. her car
12.A. asked B. said to C. talked D. chatted
13.A. give B. giving C. to give D. gave
14.A. lost B. lose C. put D. bought
15.A. a B. 不填 C. an D. the
Once, there was a big apple tree. A little boy loved to climb to the tree top, ate the apples and played around it. With time on, the little boy grew up. He no longer played around it every day. One day, the boy came back, sad. “Come and play with me,” the tree said. “I am no longer a kid.” The boy replied, “ I need money to buy toys.” “I don’t have money..., but you can pick all my apples and sell them.” The boy was so excited. He picked all apples and left happily. The boy never came back after that.
One day, the boy returned. “Come and play with me,” the tree said happily. “I have no time to play. We need a house for my family.” “You can cut off my branches.” So the boy cut all the branches off the tree and left happily. But he never came back since then.
Again, the boy returned and said. “ I want to make a navigation across the sea. Can you give me a boat?” “Use my trunk(主干) to build your boat.” So the boy cut the trunk to make a boat. He went sailing and never showed up for a long time. Finally, the boy returned after he left for so many years. “Sorry, my boy. But I don’t have anything for you anymore. the only thing left is my dying roots.” the tree said with tears.
“I don’t need much now, just a place to rest. I am tired after all these years.” The boy replied.
“Good! Old tree roots is the best place to rest. Come and rest with me.” The boy sat down and the tree was glad and smiled with tears.
You may think that the boy is cold to the tree but that’s how we are treating our parents. The tree is our parents. When we were young, we loved to play with them. When we grow up, we leave them, and only come to them when we need something or when we are in trouble. Whatever we ask for, parents will give everything they have and always be there waiting for us home.
1.The apple tree in the passage is just like__________ in the life.
A. our kid B. our parent
C. our friend D. our sister or brother
2.The boy made his house for his family by __________.
A. picking the apples
B. cutting off all the branches of the tree.
C. cutting the trunk of the tree.
D. digging the dying roots of the tree
3.The underlined word navigation means__________.
A. 飞翔 B. 航行
C. 赛车 D. 徒步
4.The passage mainly tells us__________.
A. parents hardly give help when children are in trouble
B. whatever we ask for, parents try to meet our needs in their whole life
C. children always do something to thank their parents’ great effort and help in return
D. children always care about parents’ feeling as they grow up
About a week ago, when I was playing basketball at our city park, I noticed a small group of boys picking on(作弄) a smaller boy. They were calling his names and even pushed him to the ground and kicked something in his face. When I saw that, I walked over to the group.
I stepped them and the smaller boy, and asked them politely what this boy had done . One of the boys replied, “He’s weird.” Then I asked one of the boys if he thought his friend was weird, and the was “No.” So, I asked another boy what the word “weird” , and he said, “Different.” That was my cue(暗示). I told them that everyone was , and that they all looked just as different to the other boy as he did to them. They all stood for a moment, and then the most amazing thing happened. One of the boys helped the small boy off the ground and then said sorry to him. He even him to play with them.
I thanked the boy for being so brave. As I looked around, I realized that there were many other people at the park no one else had stopped to help this boy. I felt happy that the boy was to stand up against his friends to help someone in need, but I felt sad that else had even taken a second look.
I hope that I’ve helped them realize that they could make a with a little effort and maybe next time they will be the ones who choose to help.
1.A. against B. between C. beside D. with
2.A. guess B. sign C. problem D. answer
3.A. read B. spelled C. meant D. wrote
4.A. different B. free C. important D. strong
5.A. angrily B. silently C. carefully D. happily
6.A. refused B. taught C. invited D. hoped
7.A. or B. so C. and D. but
8.A. too strong B. so strong C. strong enough D. enough strong
9.A. someone B. anyone C. nobody D. everyone
10.A. difference B. practice C. mistake D. a face
I will never forget that unusual day!I kept hearing a strange noise while I was driving down a mountain in my car，so I stopped on the dirty road to check．There was a little green head looking at me in my backpack．“What are you doing there，little frog?’’I said to myself．Well，you can imagine my surprise when I heard this frog answering me in the voice of a frog．“Madam．I love to travel so much that I just can’t control myself when I see a backpack．”
I just looked at him with my mouth open and didn’t know what to say．
“Oh, dear Madam，”continued the frog，“I am Mongy．Nice to meet you!”
“Nice to meet you，too!You can call me Christa．How is it possible that I can hear you，Mongy?”
“You wanted to get to know nature and the living things in the world，and you started paying attention to nature．Most people never pay attention to nature，so they only listen when they are young．But you heard the voices of nature calling you．You went even further than that and you tried to get along well with nature．That’s why you can hear me now．’’
It was at this moment that my life changed and I suddenly knew what my destiny(命运)would be from that day on．
1.The writer was when she heard the strange noise．
A．driving down a mountain B．checking her car
C．looking at a frog D．talking to a frog
2.The writer looked at the frog with her mouth open because .
A．it was making a strange noise
B．it looked at her like a human
C．it answered her in the voice of a frog
D．it loved to travel
3.The writer could hear the frog for all of the following reasons，EXCEPT because.
A．she wanted to get to know nature
B．she paid attention to living things
C．she tried to get along well with nature
D．she had a special ability to talk to frogs
4.What does the writer want to tell us?
A．What her unusual day was like．
B．About her special ability to talk with flogs．
C．To protect small animals．
D．To build a friendly relationship with nature.
In Describe and guess, players take turns choosing(选) a Word Brick and then describing（描述）one of the words on the brick without saying the actual word. The goal is to get the other players to guess the word.
1. Which is NOT true about how to play the game?
A. You can play the game in groups of 4.
B. You can't let others see your word brick.
C. The describer can't say the word.
D. There's only one word on each word brick.
2. The second part is to _______.
A. tell you about another game
B. teach some word stories
C. show how to play the game
D. teach some small words
3. Which might be the right word brick according to the second part?
Poor Alice was very unhappy. "What a wonderful garden!" she said to herself. "I'd like to be out there - not in this dark room. Why can't I get smaller?" It was already a very strange day, and Alice was beginning to think that anything was possible.
After a while she locked the door again, got up and went back to the glass table. She put the key down and she saw a little bottle on the table. Round the neck of the bottle was a piece of paper with the words DRINK ME in large letters.
But Alice was a careful girl. "It can be dangerous to drink out of strange bottles," she said. "What will it do to me?" She drank a little bit very slowly. The taste was very nice, like chocolate and oranges and hot sweet coffee. and very soon Alice finished the bottle.
"What a strange feeling!" said Alice. "I think I'm getting smaller and smaller every second."
And she was. A few minutes later she was only 25 centimeters high. "And now," she said happily, "I can get through the little door into that beautiful garden."
She ran at once to the door. When she got there, she remembered that the Iime gold key was back on the glass table. She ran back to the table for it, but of course, she was now much too small! There was the key, high above her, on top of the table. She tried very hard to climb up the table leg. but she could not do it.
At last, tired and unhappy, Alice sat down on the floor and cried. But after a while she spoke to herself angrily.
"Come now," she said, "Stop crying at once. What's the use of crying?" She was a strange child, and often talked to herself like this.
Soon she saw a little glass box near her on the floor. She opened it. and found a very small cake with the words EATME on it.
Nothing could surprise Alice now. "Well, I'll eat it," she said. "If I get taller, I can take the key off the table. And if I get smaller, I can get under the door. One way or another. I'll get into the garden. So it doesn't matter what happens!" She went on eating, but nothing happened.
1.Why couldn't Alice get into the beautiful garden?
A. She couldn't find the key to the door.
B. She was too small to get the key to the door.
C. She didn't know how to get through the door.
D. She was not allowed to go into the garden.
2.What made Alice become smaller?
A. Some hot sweet coffee. B. A piece of chocolate.
C. Something in a little bottle. D. Some orange juice.
3. The underlined sentence "One way or another." probably means "_______".
A. Whether I get smaller or taller
B. I can eat it in this way or another
C. If I get taller and taller
D. If I get smaller and smaller
4.What's the main idea of this passage?
A. Alice drank something that made her smaller.
B. Alice was excited to become small.
C. Alice ate a small cake and became bigger.
D. Alice met with some strange things.
by Bonnie Highsmith Taylor
My favorite sweater grew too small.
I love that sweater best of all.
My grandma made it when I was three.
She made that sweater just for me.
I picked the yarn（纱线）, a special blue.
The color of bluebells, wet with dew(露珠).
When I was three I was very small.
But now I'm five and much too tall.
I have a new jacket now that's green.
So I gave my sweater to our cat Queen.
Queen just had kittens out in the shed(小屋).
My favorite sweater is now their bed.
1. The girl in this poem is_______ years old now.
A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 D. 6
2.What do we know from the poem?
A. The girl doesn't like the sweater any more.
B. The sweater is too small for the girl now.
C. The girl has got a new blue jacket now.
D. The girl's grandma loves blue very much.
3. The word "kitten" in this poem means_______.
A. a kind of food B. a baby cat
C. a kind of drink D. a bed for a baby
I got out of the train station with my father. A woman came to him and said that her money had been stolen（偷）. She asked if he could her some money to go back home. My father gave her what she asked for and told her not to worry about paying it back. I was . How could my father be so silly？ Anyone could see that she was telling a lie(谎言), staying at the station all day long for money.
"She was lying!" I said. " did you give her the money? "
My father looked at me. He was a bit angry. "And what would you like me to do?" he said.
"Should I tell her that I am a college professor and I can see through her scam(骗局 )?" I did not his meaning at all, and then he told me something that I have forgotten. "First, she would not do this she didn't need the money. Second. I made her day, because now she thinks that she's than me. It is more important to than the money, but I don't mind this."
A week later, we were at the same station, and the same woman came to my father with the same story. "Not this time," my father told her. "In your business. you should learn to recognize（认出) people. Try another on me next week."
1.A. borrow B. keep C. lend D. pay
2.A. excited B. angry C. sad D. surprised
3.A. asking B. looking C. waiting D. going
4.A. Where B. When C. Why D. How
5.A. find B. know C. hear D. believe
6.A. never B. sometimes C. always D. usually
7.A. because B. until C. as D. if
8.A. smarter B. younger C. taller D. better
9.A. them B. her C. you D. me
10.A. coat B. story C. station D. man