There is no doubt _____ humans should protect the environment.
A. that B. which C. what D. why
What she said just now made me _____.
A. amaze B. to amaze C. amazed D. amazing
Last night I saw a film, _____ was about the wild animals.
A. which B. that C. who D. whom
A new building _____ next week.
A. will build B. will be built
C. is built D. was built
I bought a dress for only 10 dollars; it was a real _____.
A. exchange B. bargain C. trade D. business
What does WWF _____?
A. stand up B. make up
C. call for D. stand for
With _____ help of my teacher, I have made great progress.
A. the B. a C. an D. /
_____ we all know, the Amber Room was missing.
A. As B. It C. Which D. That
My watch is broken. It _____.
A. is repairing B. is being repaired
C. has been repaired D. has repaired
Endangered animals may die _____.
A. out B. down C. off D. of
Every year students in many countries learn English. Some of these students are children, _____ students are young people. Why do all these people want to learn _____ ? It is not _____ to answer this question. Many boys and girls learn English at school. It is one of their _____ . Many people learn English because it is _____ in their work. Some young people learn English _____ their higher studies because some of their books are _____ English. Other people learn English because they want to _____ newspapers in English. Some people learn English because they want to _____ in the USA, England or Australia. English is very _____ in our life.
1.A. all B. the other C. both D. other
2.A. English B. Chinese C. culture D. language
3.A. hard B. difficult C. easy D. good
4.A. books B. tasks C. interests D. subjects
5.A. good B. useful C. colorful D. useless
6.A. for B. of C. to D. from
7.A. in B. with C. at D. of
8.A. know B. see C. watch D. read
9.A. go B. work C. like D. come
10.A. helping B. helped C. helpful D. helpless
I began as a calculating machine in 1642 in France. In 1822 I was built as an analytical machine. Then in 1936 Alan Turing wrote a book and built a universal machine. As the years have gone by, I have been made smaller. There were times when my size totally changed. And my memory became so large that I couldn’t believe it. In the 1960s they gave me a family connected by a network. I was able to share my knowledge with others through the World Wide Web. Since the 1970s many new applications have been found for me.
1.In 1642 I was made as a calculating machine in England.
2.I became an analytical machine in 1822.
3.Charles Babbage wrote a book and built a universal machine in 1936.
4.My size became smaller but my memory became so large.
5.I was connected by a network in the 1970s.
One day, Daisy dreamed a strange dream. She flew in a wonderful carpet to talk with an antelope in Tibet. The antelope told her they were hunted because of their fur which can be used to make sweaters like hers.
Later, she flew to Zimbabwe where she talked with an elephant and got to know the farmers there no longer hunted them. That’s because the government decided to help and the farmers finally made a lot of money.
At last, she arrived at the thick rainforest where a monkey told her “no rain forest, no animals and no drugs.” Although finally everything was gone, she had learned so much.
1.How many places has Daisy been to?
A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5
2.Why the antelopes were hunted in Tibet?
A. Because their fur can be made into sweaters.
B. Because the number of them is large.
C. Because they are not wild animals.
D. Because they are not important.
3.Why the farmers in Zimbabwe no longer hunted elephants?
A. Because farmers knew the importance of wildlife protection.
B. Because elephants were endangered animals.
C. Because the government helped farmers to make money.
D. Because elephants and farmers lived in peace.
The modern Olympic Games happened in the year 1896. The Games are held every four years. There are two main sets of Games. The Winter Olympics are held two years before the Summer Games. Many countries want to host the Olympic Games for it’s a great honor to be chosen.
The Olympic Games are organized and controlled by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). It sets the general program, chooses the city where the games are to be held, and determines the standards of what is an amateur athlete.
Besides, each participating country has a National Olympic Committee that is responsible for arranging the participation of the nation’s athletes in the games.
1.If the next Summer Games will be held in 2024, when will the Winter Games be held?
A. in 2024 B. in 2022
C. in 2026 D. in 2028
2.Why many countries compete for the host of the Olympics?
A. for the honor
B. for the money
C. for the medals
D. for the peace
3.Which of the following is NOT the IOC’s duty?
A. to organize and control the Olympic Games
B. to choose the city where the games are to be held
C. to determine the standards of what is an amateur athlete
D. to make the arrangements for the nation’s athletes
The Amber Room belongs to the eight wonders of the world. It was given the name because almost several tons of amber were used to make it. First it was designed for the palace of FrederickⅠ. Then Frederick William Ⅰ, the next king of Prussia, sent it to Peter the Great as a gift of friendship from Prussian people.
Later, CatherineⅡ had the Amber Room moved to a palace outside St. Petersburg where she spent her summers and she told her artists to add more details to its design.
Unfortunately, during the Second World War, the Nazi German was at war with Russia. In September 1941, the Nazis secretly stole the Amber Room and sent boxes of the Amber Room on a train for Konigsberg. After that what really happened to the Amber Room remains a mystery.
1.The Amber Room was designed for________.
A. FrederickⅠ B. Frederick WilliamⅠ
C. Peter the Great D. CatherineⅡ
2.The reason for the missing of the Amber Room is ________.
A. the Second World War B. the disaster
C. the time D. none of the above
3.Who stole the Amber Room in 1941?
A. Prussian people B. CatherineⅡ
C. Peter the Great D. the Nazis
4.The story is about ________.
A. the war between the Russians and Germans
B. the history of the Amber Room
C. how to build the Amber Room
D. why the king built the Amber Room
Are you truly happy? __ 1._ .
__ 2._ . It is easy to begin to think negatively when you are surrounded by people who think that way. On the contrary, if you are surrounded by people who are happy, their emotional state will be infectious.
__ 3. . These few minutes will give you the opportunity to focus on the positive things in your life and will lead you to continuous happiness.
__ 4._ . Whether you treat yourself to lunch, take a long, relaxing bath or simply spend a few extra minutes on your appearance, you will be putting yourself in a better mood.
__ 5._ . Find a way to make light of a situation that would otherwise make you happy.
Keeping healthy is another way to achieve happiness.
A. Finding the humor in situations can also lead to happiness.
B. The following tips may help you to create happiness.
C. Surround yourself with happy people.
D. There are some reasons in life that lead to unhappiness.
E. Being overweight or not eating nutritious foods can have a negative effect on your health.
F. Spend a few minutes each day thinking about the things that make you happy.
G. It’s also important to take some time each day to do something nice for yourself.
1.Cultural relics (属于) to people.
2.China is the country to (主办) 2008 Olympic Games.
3. (电脑) are becoming more and more popular.
4.We should help (野生动植物).
5. （音乐）is the most beautiful language.
该句多一个词：把多余的词用斜线 ( \ ) 划掉, 在该行右边横线上写出该词，并也用斜线划掉。
该句缺一个词：在缺词处加一个漏字符号 ( ∧ ), 在该行的右边横线上写出该词。
1.We are amazing to see pictures of the Amber Room. ______
2.The task will be finish next week. ______
3.As result, I was late for school. _______
4.The Amber Room was lost, that made me sad. _______
5.Great changes have been taken place in my hometown since 2013. _______