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Do you have any friends? Have you ever visited your friends? Jenny went to visit her friends in New York last weekend. Her friends met her at the airport(机场) on Friday afternoon and drove her to the hotel. They had dinner at a Chinese restaurant and went to see a film after that.

  Jenny and her friends set out early on Saturday morning for a farm and stayed there until Sunday morning. During their stay, they went fishing and swimming in the small river on the farm. They played football in the field and enjoyed a big meal around a camp fire(篝火), singing and dancing till late into the night.

  Nobody could get up early on Sunday morning.So when they got back to New York City, it was about three o’clock in the afternoon.They drove right to the airport because Jenny didn’t want to miss her plane back home.Jenny only stayed in New York for two nights but she had a great time with her friends.

1.Jenny went to New York________.

A. to do some shopping    B. to see her friends    C. to spend her summer holiday    D. to find a job

2.How did Jenny get to New York?

A. By train.    B. By bus.    C. By plane.    D. On foot.

3.Where did Jenny and her friends go on Saturday?

A. To the farm.    B. To the Chinese restaurant.    C. To the airport.    D. To the railway station.

4.When did Jenny go back home?

A. On Saturday afternoon.    B. On Sunday morning.

C. On Saturday evening.    D. On Sunday afternoon.

5.How long did Jenny stay in New York?

A. three nights    B. four nights    C. two nights    D. one night.


1.B 2.C 3.A 4.D 5.B 【解析】试题分析:本文叙述了詹妮和她的朋友在一起度过的周末,詹妮去纽约看望朋友并和她们一起吃饭,去了农场,在那里钓鱼游泳等,詹妮在纽约呆了两个晚上,玩得非常愉快。 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 考点:日常生活类短文阅读。

A long time ago, I knew a girl whose name is Gloria. She is a student. Most people in school liked Gloria.So when she got sick,some boys_____to visit her. But none of them wanted to  _____any money for a gift to bring.

    Then Willie said,“We can _____some flowers from a _____. ”

    Gloria will not know ______they come from,and the dead man will not _____them.

    Everybody was afraid,_____Willie.So he went alone and ____some beautiful flowers.Then they went to Gloria’s_____,and the boys acted as if the flowers were from all of them,but______did not mind.

    After their visit,Willie_____the other boys,“It is a good thing that I was not afraid. Gloria ____ the flowers. ”

    The other boys laughed. Gloria would not have liked the _____if she had known they had come from a grave.

    That night, Willie was reading a book _____his mother came into his room.“Willie,did you and other boys buy some flowers today ______Gloria?”she asked.“There’s a man  _____asking for you,”she added. “He says that you didn’t ______the flowers. ”

    “What does he look  ____?”Willie asked.

    “That’s hard to say,”Willie’s mother answered. “He is all _____with mud(泥土). ”

    Willie,all of a sudden,was ____

1.A. thought    B. planned    C. asked    D. took

2.A. keep    B. cost    C. take    D. spend

3.A. steal    B. pick up    C. buy    D. plant

4.A. shop    B. store    C. street    D. grave

5.A. how    B. when    C. where    D. why

6.A. miss    B. lose    C. hate    D. love

7.A. except    B. besides    C. including    D. beside

8.A. saw    B. thought    C. looked for    D. found

9.A. room    B. hospital    C. school    D. library

10.A. Gloria    B. some    C. Willie    D. nobody

11.A. told    B. asked    C. said to    D. explained

12.A. refused    B. liked    C. hated    D. missed

13.A. boys    B. flowers    C. secret    D. news

14.A. when    B. as    C. while    D. suddenly

15.A. to    B. for    C. on    D. with

16.A. inside    B. outside    C. still    D. also

17.A. ask for    B. water    C. like    D. pay for

18.A. as    B. about    C. like    D. for

19.A. painted    B. dressed    C. wrapped    D. covered

20.A. afraid    B. red    C. sad    D. glad



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Our family bought1.new computer last week. It is2.(real) cool! But we didn’t know what we should do 3.the old one. Then I saw an advertisement for Tech-help. Tech-help donates computers to people 4.need them.

So far, Tech-help has  5.(donate) more than 2000computers to different families across the country. Last year they gave computers to poor families. It is very easy to donate computers to Tech-help. Yesterday, my father and 6.(me) took the old computer to a local shop. Two hours later, Tech-help7.(collect) it from the shop. They will clean the computer and make it better.

Right now, Tech-Help is 8.(give) computers to families in Xinjiang. There 9.(be) about 50 families on the waiting list. I’m 10.(excite) we could do something to help others!



The Oxford Dictionary has announced its word of the year. It's spelled... Actually, it isn't spelled at all, because it contains no letters, just a “face with tears of joy” emoji.

“The fact that English alone is proving not enough to meet the needs of 21st-century digital communication is a huge change,” says Caspar Grathwohl, president of Oxford Dictionaries. When one of his dictionary colleagues suggested using an emoji instead of the word “emoji”, “lightbulbs went off”. Until recently, Grathwohl, who is 44, avoided using emojis altogether because he worried that he would look as if he “was trying to get in on teen culture”. “I felt inauthentic. But I think there was a tipping point this year. It's now moved into the mainstream.”

Some 76% of the UK adult population owns a smart phone, and of those, between 80% and 90% use emojis. Worldwide, six billion are sent daily. The “face with tears of joy” is the most used, representing 20% of all UK and 17% of all US emoji use. It has overtaken the standard smiley-face emoji in popularity, which may mean that emoji users are moving towards exaggeration or irony or fun, or that all this emoji use has brought everyone to a higher emotional plane. Even if you don't send emojis yourself, you will probably receive them.

How far do emojis function as a language? “There's a lot of prejudice against emojis,” Vyvyan Evans, a professor in linguistics at Bangor University, says. “A lot of people think they are a backward step, but this misunderstands the nature of human communication.” The picture is more complicated, with emojis offering both greater freedom and limitations than verbal language. “Emoji isn't a language as such. They don't develop in the way that the natural language does. But they are working according to the same principles of communication as the spoken language. What is the value of an emoji? I think I can prove this with an ordinary sentence.” There is a pause. “I love you,” he says. “Crikey(哎呀), I love you.” He says it again. The first time I think he means it; the second time we both know he doesn't. “The meaning is coming from extra-language factors,” he says. “Emojis are performing the same function in digital speech.”

Like any sort-of language, emoji is evolving. “I do think they are subtle(微妙) and rich,” Grathwohl says. “They can mean different things to different people. The fact that we are using emoji in combination to express more complex ideas and experiences is one of the most fun and playful parts of the whole words. Will emoji finally come to look something more like traditional language that we understand?” he asks. “That would be interesting.”

1.The sentence “lightbulbs went off” (Para. 2) means that     .

A. the president became embarrassed and annoyed

B. the president suddenly realized he was outdated

C. the suggestion was immediately adopted

D. the suggestion started a heated discussion

2.The “face with tears of joy” is more popular than smiley-face emoji, which means that     .

A. emoji is changing constantly

B. smiley-face emoji is too traditional

C. adults have more sorrow than joy in their daily life

D. people like to express their emotions in a richer way

3.Vyvyan Evans uses the sentence “I love you” as an example (Para. 4) to prove that     .

A. emoji can express the real meaning behind words

B. emoji is different from the natural language

C. people feel free to use emoji in communication

D. emoji will limit people in expressing their feelings

4.Which of the following statements might Grathwohl agree with?

A. Emoji is too childish for adults.

B. People have the same explanation for an emoji.

C. Using emoji can add fun to communication.

D. Emoji won't develop into a language.



With the plane     in ten minutes, all the passengers on board were asked to turn off their mobile phones.

A. taken off    B. taking off

C. to take off    D. would take off



    is no doubt     Bob can win the first prize in the match.

A. There; that    B. It; that

C. There; whether    D. It; whether


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