( ) 1. What does the woman's friend look like?
A. She is medium build, and she has short hair.
B. She is medium build, and she has long hair.
C. She is tall, and she has long hair.
( ) 2. What's the weather like there?
A. Windy. B. Sunny. C. Cloudy.
( ) 3. Does her girl friend like speaking?
A. Yes, she does. B. No, she doesn't. C. a little.
( ) 4. What size bowl of noodles would the woman like?
A. large. B. Small. C. Medium.
( ) 5. Does the woman need some fruit?
A. Yes, she does. B. No, she doesn't. C. One apple.
( ) 6. What did the woman do last weekend?
A. She went swimming. B. She went to the beach. C. She got tired.
( ) 7. What does Vickers Dean look like now?
A. Medium height. B. Really big. C. With funny glasses.
( ) 8. What did he look like before?
A. Short straight hair. B. With funny glasses. C. Long, curly hair.
( ) 9. What is Susan King like?
A. Medium height. B. She has long, curly hair. C. Outgoing.
( ) 10. Where was Sally last weekend?
A. At school. B. At home. C. At Jim's house.
( ) 11. What did Sally do on weekend?
A. She did homework. B. She went to the movies. C. She visited Jim.
( ) 12. What didn't Jim do on weekend?
A. He played with his cousin. B. He went to the movies with his parents.
C. He did his homework for weekend.
( ) 13. What's Jerry's favorite activity?
A. Skating. B. Seeing movies. C. Eating junk food.
( ) 14. What's Mike's favorite activity on weekends?
A. Eating junk food. B. Skating. C. Seeing movies.
( ) 15. What's David's favorite thing?
A. Seeing movies. B. Eating junk food. C. Skating.
( ) 16. Tom lives with .
A. his feet B. his hands C. playing
( ) 17. Tom had to play in the street because .
A. his parents were poor B. his father played there C. their house was too small
( ) 18. Tom is one of the football players in the world.
A. worst B. best C. biggest
( ) 19. Tom is a (n) boy.
A. American B. English C. Australian
( ) 20. How many people are there in Tom's family?
A. Five. B. Six. C. Seven.
21. What he ?
A. do, look like B. does, look like C. does, looks D. is, liking
22. The pop singer long curly hair is Johnny Dean.
A. has B. wear C. in D. with
23. She never stops .
A. learn English B. learning English
C. to learn English D. from learning English
24. She doesn't tell me the person .
A. what, looks like B. what, look like C. that, looks like D. that, look like
25. My brother doesn't like reading. But my sister .
A. do B. does C. is D. reading
26. — Would you like something to eat? — .
A. I would B. Yes, thanks C. No, thanks D. I'd like it
27. They also football basketball.
A. have, as good as B. have, well as C. have, as well as D. has, as well
28. There are a few along the street.
A. dessert houses B. dessert house
C. desserts house D. desserts houses
29. What about a rest?
A. having B. have C. to have D. has
30. I like noodles beef in them.
A. to B. and C. with D. or
31. We a good time because it rained heavily.
A. haven't B. hadn't C. don't have D. didn't have
32. His father died .
A. for a long time B. in two years C. for a moment D. in 1988
33. Saturday morning, I played soccer my computer.
A. On, in B. In, on C. On, on D. At, in
34. There something wrong with my bike yesterday.
A. was B. is C. are D. were
35. Giraffes like eating and rabbits like eating .
A. leafs, grasses B. leaves, grass C. leaf, grass D. leaves, grasses
36. She always wears white T-shirt and black trousers.
A. a, a B. a, an
C. ×, × D. a, ×
37. She never talks a lot, she is kind of .
A. noisy B. popular
C. heavy D. quiet
38. What bag would you like, Annie?
A. kind B. kind of
C. kinds D. of kind
39. I thought everyone their weekends.
A. enjoy B. enjoyed
C. enjoys D. enjoying
40. — Can I help you?
— Yes. I this computer here yesterday, but it now.
A. buy, doesn't work
B. bought, doesn't work
C. buy, don't work
D. bought, works
Joe wanted a computer. He asked his 41 for the money and they said he must get it himself. But did he get it? He 42 about this when he walked home.Not many people wanted to ask children to work for them. Maybe he could take away snow for the neighbors. But this was not 43 . He had to wait a long time for that. He couldn't cut the grass for their gardens 44 he had no tools to do the work with.
Then he saw one of his classmates, Dick, delivering (送) 45 . "I could do that," he thought, "Maybe I could even get the computer 46 away. I could pay 47 it a little each week." He ran to 48 up with Dick. Joe asked him lots of questions. He learned that it was 49 to get twenty-five dollars each week. He also learned that the job took 50 three hours each night. Dick 51 him the phone number of the newspaper manager. Joe almost flew home. After he had told his mother 52 he thought, she 53 . "I think it is a 54 idea," she said, "I'll call the newspaper ..."
"Wait, Mum," Joe said, "I'll call. After that, I'm going to be a businessman now."
Joe's mother smiled 55 .
41. A. teachers B. parents
C. classmates D. friends
42. A. said B. told
C. thought D. spoke
43. A. spring B. summer
C. autumn D. winter
44. A. because B. when
C. while D. after
45. A. newspapers B. bikes
C. computers D. tools
46. A. now B. right
C. just D. only
47. A. on B. to
C. of D. for
48. A. take B. catch
C. carry D. get
49. A. friendly B. kind
C. possible D. wrong
50. A. at B. about
C. before D. after
51. A. taught B. gave
C. made D. asked
52. A. that B. when
C. what D. where
53. A. smiled B. shouted C. cried D. worried
54. A. big B. large C. great D. bad
55. A. sadly B. happily C. politely D. angrily
Susan Brown works in an office (办公室). She is the secretary (秘书) to Mr Robinson, manager (经理) of a factory. Now she is sitting at her desk in the office. On the desk is a typewriter, some pieces of paper and some flowers. She is typing a letter for her manager-Mr Robinson. At the office Susan is wearing a dark skirt, a white blouse and black shoes. Mr Robinson, the manager, is sitting at the desk in his office. He is reading a letter. He is a tall man, wearing a blue suit and a red tie (领带). His hair is brown. On his desk are books, papers and a telephone.
Every morning from Monday to Friday Susan comes to her office at 9 o'clock. First she opens Mr Robinson's letters. At 10 o'clock Mr Robinson rings the bell on his desk and Susan goes into the manager's office with the letters. He gives her the answers to the letters and she writes them in her notebook. She then goes back to her desk and types letters. At 11 o'clock she makes some coffee and takes a cup to Mr Robinson. She then types the letters or does other work until half past 12. Sometimes she goes home to have lunch or has lunch with her friend-Tom Smith. She works in the office in the afternoon, too. She goes home at 5 o'clock.
56. Susan Brown is .
A. a manager of a factory B. a typist
C. a worker of the factory D. a secretary to the manager
57. Susan is .
A. wearing a dark skirt, a coat and blue shoes B. wearing beautiful suits
C. in a dark skirt, a white blouse and black shoes D. with a dark skirt, a white blouse and black shoes
58. Mr Robinson is .
A. a short man in red suit with a black tie and brown hair
B. a big man in white suit with white tie and black hair
C. a tall man in a blue suit with a red tie and brown hair
D. a good-looking man with thick glasses
59. Susan every morning.
A. opens the door of the office
B. answers the letters and types them for Mr Robinson
C. asks the friends questions
D. rings the bell
60. Susan works in her office .
A. on Sundays and Saturdays B. from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays
C. from Monday to Saturday D. every day
Before Christmas Mr White broke his right leg and had to stay in hospital. When he was there, he always asked his doctor when he could go home. He didn't like to spend Christmas in hospital. Though the doctor did his best, Mr White didn't get better. So on Christmas Day he was still in hospital. He spent a bad day in bed thinking that he had missed a lot of fun on Christmas.
The next day the doctor told him that he could be well enough then leave hospital in time for the New Year. Mr White was very happy to think that he would spend New Year's Day outside hospital. Soon Mr White left hospital and on New Year's Eve he went to a party. He enjoyed himself there. But he drank too much. On his way home that night, he had a fall and broke his left leg.
61. Mr White spent Christmas in hospital because .
A. he liked to B. he broke his left leg
C. his wife told him to D. he had to
62. How did he feel on Christmas?
A. Happy. B. Sad. C. Better. D. Best.
63. He had a good time on .
A. Christmas Day B. Christmas Eve C. New Year's Day D. New Year's Eve
64. Mr White would have to spend New Year' Day .
A. at home B. at a party C. outside hospital D. in hospital
65. Why did he drink too much?
A. Because he was too happy. B. Because he had a fall.
C. Because his two legs got well. D. Because he was in hospital.
Mr Joe is a businessman, He sells computers. Every Saturday Mr Joe has time, so he takes his wife to go shopping and he gives money for everything and carries her shopping bags.
Every time, they go to one shop, then another. Mrs Joe buys many, many things. She often stops and says, "Look, my dear. How beautiful it is!" He answers, "Ok, How much is it?" Then he takes out his money.
Today, they go shopping too. It is quite late now. The moon is high in the sky. Mr Joe feels very tired, he would like to have something to eat. Mrs Joe looks at the moon and says, "Look at the moon, dear! Isn't it beautiful?" Mr Joe doesn't look up and asks, "All right, dear, How much is it?"
66. What day doesn't Mr Joe go to work?
A. Saturday. B. Monday. C. Sunday. D. Tuesday.
67. Who goes to the shops to pay for everything?
A. Mr Joe. B. Mrs Joe. C. No one. D. Their driver.
68. Mr Joe feels after a long time in the shop.
A. hungry B. tired and hungry C. tired D. glad but hungry
69. is good at shopping.
A. Mr Joe B. Mr Joe's driver
C. Mrs Joe D. Mr and Mrs Joe
70. wants to buy the moon.
A. Mr and Mrs Joe B. Mrs Joe C. No one D. Mr Joe
A friend of mine named Paul received a car from his brother as a C 71 present. On Christmas Eve when Paul c 72 out of his office, a small boy was w 73 around the small new car, admiring it. "Is this your c 74 , Mister?" he asked.
Paul nodded. "My brother g 75 it to me for Christmas." The boy was astounded. "You mean your brother gave it to you and it didn't cost you anything? Boy, I wish..." He hesitated.
Of course Paul knew what he was going to wish for. He was going to wish he had a b 76 like that. But what the lad said jarred Paul all the way down to his heels.
"I w 77 ," the boy w 78 on, "that I could be a brother like that."
Paul l 79 at the boy in astonishment, then impulsively (冲动地) he added, "Would you like to take a ride in my automobile?"
"Oh, yes, I'd l 80 that."