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Mrs. Jones was over eighty, but she stil...

Mrs. Jones was over eighty, but she still drove her old car like a woman half her age. She loved driving very fast, and was proud of the fact______she had never, in her thirty-five years of driving, been punished______a driving offence(犯规).

Then one day she nearly______her record. A police car______her, and the policemen in it saw her______a red light without stopping. Of course, she was stopped. It seemed______that she would be punished.

____Mrs. Jones came up to the judge, he looked at her seriously and said that she was______old to drive a car, and that the______why she had not stopped at the red______was most probably that her eyes had become weak______old age, so that she had simply not seen it.

When the judge had finished what he was______, Mrs. Jones opened the big handbag she was______and took out her sewing. Without saying a word, she______a needle() with a very small eye, and threaded it at her first attempt. When she had______done this, she took the thread out of the needle again and handed______the needle and the thread to the judge, saying, "Now it is your______. I suppose you drive a car, and that you are quite sure about your own eyesight." The judge took the______and tried to thread it. After half a dozen tries, he had still not succeeded. The case(案例) against Mrs. Jones was______, and her record______unbroken.

1.A. which    B. when    C. that    D. this

2.A. about    B. on    C. to    D. for

3.A. kept    B. won    C. missed    D. lost

4.A. watched    B. after    C. followed    D. ran after

5.A. pass    B. go    C. past    D. rush

6.A. sure    B. indeed    C. certain    D. perhaps

7.A. Before    B. While    C. Until    D. When

8.A. so    B. very    C. too    D. quite

9.A. cause    B. reason    C. matter    D. trouble

10.A. light    B. lamp    C. sign    D. one

11.A. with    B. because    C. for    D. of

12.A. speaking    B. saying    C. talking    D. telling

13.A. seeing    B. getting    C. carrying    D. bringing

14.A. took    B. brought    C. picked    D. chose

15.A. almost    B. hardly    C. successfully    D. successful

16.A. both    B. all    C. neither    D. either

17.A. time    B. turn    C. chance    D. job

18.A. thread    B. glasses    C. needles    D. needle

19.A. dismissed    B. passed    C. settled    D. studied

20.A. was    B. kept    C. seemed    D. remained


1.C 2.D 3.D 4.C 5.A 6.C 7.D 8.C 9.B 10.A 11.A 12.B 13.C 14.D 15.C 16.A 17.B 18.D 19.A 20.D 【解析】这篇文章讲了琼斯太太虽然年纪大了,但是还在开车,一直保持记录从没为犯规被罚款,有一次差点丢...

How to deal with your homework

Write it down.1.Make a note on your notebook. Always be sure to write down any homework for school so you won’t forget anything.

Create a homework station. Find somewhere comfortable and quiet to work.2.It will take twice as long to get the homework done. Shut off your cell phone, log off(退出) your computer(unless you will need it for your homework) and close the door.

Do homework as early as possible. Don’t leave homework to die last minute.3.The earlier you start your homework, the sooner you will finish! Do all your homework as early as you can, so you don’t have a pile of(一堆) homework the next day.

4.Think about how long it will take you to complete each homework subject. For example: English-ten minutes, science-ten minutes, math-forty minutes, history-twenty minutes.

Treat yourself. You can easily get tired by sitting through an hour or two of homework without stopping. Once you finish homework for a subject, take a small break. Just make sure it’s quick(no more than 15 minutes). Do not turn on the TV, or you’ll never go back and finish your homework.5.

A. Use your time wisely

B. Start as soon as you get home

C. Start your hardest homework

D. Never do your homework in front of the TV

E. You can take a walk or find something to eat

F. After short breaks, return to finish up the last of your work

G. Keep a homework notebook where you record all your homework



America is the country on the move. In unheard of numbers, people of all ages are exercising their way to better health. According to the latest figures, 59 percent of American adults exercise regularly-up 12 percent from just two years ago and more than double the figure of 25 years ago. Even non-exercisers believe they would be more attractive and confident if they were more active. It’s hard not to get the message. The advantages of physical fitness are shown on magazine covers, postage stamps, and television ads for everything from beauty soaps to travel books. Exercise as a part of daily life did not catch on until the late 1960s when research by military doctors began to show the good points of' doing regular physical exercises. Growing publicity(宣传) for races held in American cities helped develop a strong interest in the ancient sport of running. Although running has leveled off in recent years as Americans have discovered equally helpful and sometimes safer-forms of exercise.

As the popularity of exercise continues to increase, so does scientific evidence(根据) of its health benefits. The key to fitness is exercising the major muscle group strongly enough to almost double the heart rate and keep it doubles for 20 to 30 minutes at a time. Doing such physical exercises three times or more a week will greatly improve physical health in about three months.

1.According to the essay, what was the percentage of American adults doing regular physical exercises two years ago?

A. About 70%    B. Nearly 60

C. Almost 50%    D. More than 12%

2.A growing interest in sports didn’t developed until     .

A. 25 years ago    B. two years ago

C. the late 1960s    D. now

3.Which of the following is the closest in meaning to underlined phrase "leveled off"?

A. became very popular    B. stopped being popular

C. reached its lowest level in popularity    D. stopped increasing in number

4.It can be learnt from the passage that the good points of exercise     .

A. are to be proved    B. are to be further studied

C. are supported by scientific evidence    D. are self-evident



At the beginning of the century there was a big farm called Hollywood Ranch. It was near Los Angeles in California. A few years later Hollywood was one of the famous places of the world. From 1910s to the 1950s Hollywood was the film center of the world. Every family knew the names of its film stars Charlie Chaplin, Grete Garbo, Bergman and hundreds more.

The reason why people went to Hollywood to make films was the sun. At first people made films in New York on the east coast of the United States. But then they heard about Los Angeles where there are 350 days of sun every year. As they made all the films by sunlight, the west coast was a much better place to work.

Also near Hollywood you can find mountains and sea and desert. They did not have to travel far to make any kind o film.

When TV became popular in the 1960s, Hollywood started making films for television. Then in 1970s they discovered people still went to cinema to see big expensive films. After twenty years they are still making films in Hollywood and people watch them all over the world.

1.Hollywood used to be a     .

A. cinema    B. big farm

C. parks    D. market

2.People went to Hollywood to make films because     .

A. it was a beautiful place    B. you could find many film stars

C. there was a lot of sunlight there    D. it was a famous place

3.Which statement is true?

A. The west coast was a better place to make films

B. There are no mountains near Hollywood

C. People no longer went to cinema after television became popular

D. Hollywood began to make films for television before the First World War



A student was one day taking a walk with his teacher. As they went along, they saw a pair of old shoes lying in the path. They were a poor farmer’s, who was working in the nearby field.

The student turned to the teacher, saying: “we will hide his shoes, and hide ourselves behind those trees, and wait to see what he will do.”

“My young friend,” answered the teacher, “we should never make fun of the poor. Why not put a coin in each shoe, and then we will hide ourselves and watch?” The student did so and they both hid themselves behind the trees. The poor man soon finished his work, and came across the field to the path where he had left his coat and shoes.

After putting on his coat, he put his foot into one of his shoes, and felt something hard. Then he bent(弯腰) down to feel what it was, and found the coin. Surprised, he looked at the coin, turned it around and looked at it again. He then looked around, but no person was seen. He put the money into his pocket, and continued to put on the other shoe. His surprise was doubled on finding the other coin.

He couldn’t control his feelings and fell to his knees, looked up to the sky and expressed his thanks. Then he spoke of his wife, sick and helpless, and his children without bread. He said the help would save them from dying.

The student stood there deeply moved, and his eyes were filled with tears. “Now,” said the teacher, “Are you not much happier than if you had hidden the shoes?”

1.When the student saw the shoes, he wanted to     .

A. steal them    B. find their owner

C. play a joke on the owner    D. give the owner some money

2.According to the passage, the teacher is     .

A. quiet and honest    B. kind and friendly

C. patient and clever    D. strict and careful

3.When the farmer saw the second coin, he     .

A. was very excited and grateful

B. was worried and looked up at the sky

C. was surprised and decided to find the owner

D. spoke of his difficulties and asked for more help

4.At the end of the story, the student     .

A. was very proud of himself

B. was very pleased with his life

C. felt very sorry about his first idea

D. felt sad for not taking his teacher’s advice



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1.What is the purpose of the text?

A. To introduce a language school in Japan

B. To hire language teachers to work in Japan

C. To describe working conditions in Japan

D. To make clear the requirements for Japanese teachers

2.We know from the text that those who are going to Japan will     .

A. teach English only in Osaka

B. receive a degree from a university

C. have free accommodation

D. get trained for the job

3.Before going to Japan, you need     .

A. to see the manager of NOVA France

B. to take some computer courses

C. to write a letter to Japan

D. to find a place to live

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A. have some working experience

B. know how to use computers

C. present good teaching plans

D. speak several languages



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