1. There are many a in Shanghai Zoo.
2. They swim every day d the holidays.
3. Don't worry about it, just try to r .
4. The g is very tall and it has a long neck.
5. Look! The bird is very b . How lovely!
friend, smart, leaf, kind, interest
6. On our back home, a dog came to meet us.
7. There are many of animals in danger in the world.
8. I like monkeys, because they are .
9. This book is very . Let me read it again.
10. He eats at night and sleeps during the day.
1. sleeps during the day and eats leaves at night.
A. A cat B. A panda
C. An elephant D. A koala
2. What koalas like? They look like bears but don't have tails.
A. does B. do
C. is D. are
3. Why he like koala?
A. does B. do
C. is D. are
4. Toronto is a city of .
A. Japan B. England
C. the USA D. Canada
5. We are going to have a picnic this Saturday. Would you like to us?
A. come B. join
C. enjoy D. go
6. It takes me to do my homework.
A. too many B. many too
C. much too D. too much
7. — Why are you late again?
— I get up this morning.
A. Because; late B. Because; lately
C. So; late D. So; lately
8. There are all flowers in the garden.
A. kinds of B. kind of
C. kinds D. kind
9. — Where you come from?
— I from China.
A. are; am B. do; am
C. are; do D. do; do
10. Please . The baby is sleeping.
A. quiet B. be quiet
C. keep quietly D. do quiet
11. The girl is too to speak strangers.
A. clever B. cute
C. shy D. smart
12. do you this book?
A. How; like B. What; think
C. What; like D. How; think of
13. What animals do you like?
A. other B. else
C. some D. few
14. Let's go and see the baby panda, ?
A. will you B. shall we
C. can we D. may we
15. you come here by subway?
A. Aren't B. Why not
C. Doesn't D. Don't
1. Tigers eat meat every day. (改为一般疑问句)
tigers meat every day?
2. She does the housework every day. (改为否定句)
She the housework every day.
3. I can skate well. (改为一般疑问句)
4. I like monkeys because they are smart. (对划线部分提问)
do you monkeys?
5. Koala bears are from Australia. (对划线部分提问)
koala bears ?
6. 你每天睡几个小时? (sleep)
7. 我们应当善待动物。(be kind)
9. 她喜欢和朋友们一起玩。(play with)
10. 难道这些狮子不是来自非洲的吗？(be from)
A: What's that over there?
A: Over there. In that corner of cage (笼子).
A: That's my favorite animal, What about you? Do you like it?
A: Why do you like it?
A: Do you like lions?
B: (5) Because they are kind of ugly.
A: Let's go to see other animals.
B: OK. Let's go.
A. Thanks a lot. B. Where?
C. Yes, I do. D. No, I don't.
E. It's a panda.
F. Because it is very beautiful.
G. Because they are very beautiful.
Do you like Dolphins? Dolphins live 1 water, but they are not fish. They are mammals (哺乳动物) that live in water. It has to breathe (呼吸) air to the top of the water very often. A dolphins nose isn't 2 to see. It's just a very small hole 3 top of the dolphin's head. This hole is called a blowhole. A dolphin 4 up every minute or so to breathe. It opens blowhole and takes air in, and then goes back into the water again. It can stay 5 the water for six or seven minutes if it has to. A dolphin's ears are very small, 6 its mouth is very 7 . It has almost one hundred teeth. A dolphin 8 very fast. Scientists are studying ways to 9 boat go faster through the 10 .
( )1. A. under B. above C. on D. in
( )2. A. fast B. good C. difficult D. easy
( )3. A. above B. at C. on the D. on
( )4. A. runs B. walks C. comes D. goes
( )5. A. under B. on C. up D. at
( )6. A. so B. but C. or D. if
( )7. A. nice B. good C. big D. small
( )8. A. walks B. runs C. swims D. goes
( )9. A. talk to B. tell C. ask D. make
( )10. A. water B. land C. room D. air
Kangaroos live in Australia. They can't run and they can't walk. But they can jump more than nine meters a time.
They can jump very fast thirty kilometers per hour. Baby kangaroos are very small only three centimeters long. They can't jump and they can't see. A young kangaroo is always in its mother's pouch for the first six months. They can see when they are nine weeks old. They can jump when they are eight months old.
Camels are perfect for desert life. They have two rows of eyelashes to keep sand out of their eyes. They can close their long noses to keep out the sand, too.
Camels have humps on their backs - some have one and some have two. Humps do not carry water. They carry food.
If a camel is hungry, its hump will get smaller. If a camel is thirsty it will drink a lot of water at one time. A thirsty camel can drink up to one hundred and forty liters of water. If it drinks a lot of water, it won't drink again for over a week.
1. Kangaroos very fast.
A. walk B. run
C. jump D. go
2. A young kangaroo leaves its mother's pouch when it's old.
A. nine weeks B. eight months
C. six months D. one year
3. Camels have , so they are not afraid of strong winds in deserts.
A. eyelashes and long noses
B. big bodies
D. four feet
4. There is in a camel's hump.
A. water B. food
C. sand D. milk
5. A camel drinks .
A. little water
B. water very often
C. a little water when it's thirsty
D. a lot of water when it's thirsty
One of Trudy's favorite places is the City Zoo. It is not a big zoo, with just a few kinds of animals in it. The animals do not live in cages, but in specially built environments. There is even an ice machine in the polar bear's environment to keep his swimming pool and cave really cold.
Trudy especially enjoys watching the chimpanzees, which live in an environment with trees, caves, rocks and a small lake. There are about 15 chimps, including babies. The four babies were carried everywhere by their mothers.
Trudy also likes watching the birds in the aviary. An aviary is a small area of forest enclosed by wire netting. The birds can fly about and build their nests in the trees. Many of the birds are very beautiful. Some, like the pelicans, are funny to look at.
The zoo needs money because the animals are expensive to feed. Trudy has "adopted" a small monkey. Every month she sends the zoo $ 25 to pay for its food. Trudy wanted to adopt a tiger but she did not have enough money. Tigers eat a lot of meat, which is expensive. Fortunately nuts and fruit are cheap.
6. From the passage we can see that .
A. the City Zoo has lots of different environments
B. there are many kinds of animals in the City Zoo
C. Trudy enjoys looking at the animals in the City Zoo
D. Trudy had enough money to "adopt" a tiger
7. has a swimming pool.
A. The polar bear B. The chimpanzees
C. The pelican D. The tiger
8. The chimpanzees have in their environment.
A. trees, caves and an ice machine
B. an aviary and some trees
C. trees, caves and nests
D. trees, caves, rocks and a lake
9. Trudy chose to "adopt" a small monkey because .
A. it was cheap to feed
B. it was expensive to feed
C. she didn't like tigers
D. the zoo asked her to
10. Trudy gives the zoo every year.
A. $ 25 B. $ 100
C. $ 250 D. $ 300
There are many different k (1) of zoo animals. I'm going to talk about six animals that are good for a zoo.
Koala bears are good for a zoo.They come from A (2). They are quiet, friendly, and c (3). Children like koala bears. The koala bears like to have t (4) for their homes. Giraffes are good zoo animals. They come from A (5). They are interesting and exciting. They need a big home at the zoo. Lions are also from Africa. They are exciting to watch, but they are s (6), too. They are not cute. Dolphins are good for some zoos. They need a lot of w (7) for their home. They are very s (8) and interesting. Elephants are exciting animals from Africa. They are f (9) to people. They need a swimming pool. Tigers are beautiful animals. They come from I (10) and China. They are exciting, and scary, too. They need a place to run.
Color: Reddish tan, striped
Home: Forests and mountain in Northeast China
Size: 1 meters high; 2.2 meters long
Food: small animals
Number: 10-20 wild ones and 500 in the zoos
In danger: People kill them for their fur.