1. His grandmother is ill in h .
2. Do you want to be a r for a TV station？
3. Mary works in a store. She is a shop a .
4. My father like reading n or watching TV after supper.
5. We need a cook, a library assistant and a bank c .
6. They have a lot of (thing) to do this week.
7. The people here are very (friend) and helpful.
8.— Where your sister (work)?
— She works in a hospital.
9. Wu Bin is a student. He (study) in a school.
10. you (want) an interesting but dangerous job?
1. Do you like to talk with people and write stories? Then come and work us a reporter.
A. to; as B. for; as
C. for; to D. as; as
2. Jim is a waiter. So he is very busy people go out .
A. what; dinners
B. when; to dinners
C. why; to dinners
D. where; dinners
3. 一Does Annie in the school?
一No, she doesn't.
A. likes to work B. like works
C. like working D. likes working
4. 一What your father ?
一He is a teacher.
A. does; do B. is; doing
C. are; do D. do; do
5. His father has money.
A. many B. much
C. very much D. a lot
6. — do you like living?
— I like living in Hangzhou.
A. What B. How
C. Where D. Who
7. We need a driver as as possible.
A. soon B. sooner
C. quicker D. well
8. My brother's work is and he's in it．
A. interested; interested
B. interested; interesting
C. interesting; interested
D. interesting; interesting
9.The little girl dogs.
A. afraid of B. is afraid to
C. is afraid of D. is afraid
10. — does your sister do?
— A reporter.
A. Where B. How
C. What D. Why
1. I want to be a doctor. （就划线部分提问）
you want ？
2. My uncle works in a restaurant. （就划线部分提问）
your uncle ？
3. My sister is a nurse. （就划线部分提问）
your sister ？
4. Tom doesn't want to be a waiter. （改为肯定句）
Tom be a waiter.
5. He works in a hospital. （改为一般疑问句）
he in a hospital？
Then come and us a reporter.
My work is but .
People their money me or their money me.
Li Hua a policeman.
Sometimes I work and sometimes .
A. Because it's an interesting job.
B. Are they busy with jobs?
C. I am from the USA.
D. What do they do?
E. I want to be a newspaper reporter.
Nancy：Excuse me. I'm your new classmate.I'm Nancy. What's your name, please?
Carol：My name is Carol. I come from Australia. What about you?
Nancy： 1 What do you want to be?
Carol： I want to be a shop assistant. And you?
Carol： What do your parents do?
Nancy： My father is a teacher and my mother is a bank clerk.
Nancy： Yes, they are.
Carol： My parents both work in a hospital.
Carol： They are doctors.
Lily is a good 1 . She is thirteen. Jack is 2 brother. He is a student, 3 . They go to school 4 7:30 5 the morning. Their father is a college 6 . He 7 English there. Her mother is a bank clerk. It's Sunday today. The family are all 8 home. Look! Their mother is cleaning 9 room. And their father is helping Kate 10 her math. Lily is reading a magazine. They are very busy.
( )1. A. student B. worker
C. nurse D. reporter
( )2. A. she B. she's
C. her D. hers
( )3. A. and B. to
C. too D. two
( )4. A. at B. on
C. in D. to
( )5. A. for B. in
C. on D. during
( )6. A. worker B. doctor
C. coach D. teacher
( )7. A. teach B. teaches
C. speak D. speaks
( )8. A. in B. on
C. to D. at
( )9. A. a B. the
C. hers D. theirs
( )10. A. for B. in
C. with D. about
The Browns are from America. They live in New York. Mr Brown is a doctor. Mrs Brown doesn't work. She has a lot of housework to do every day. They have two sons.
Bob is ten and Tom is eight. They are students. Bob doesn't want to be a doctor but Tomdoes. Bob wants to be a pilot (飞行员). Their daughter, Liz, doesn't go to school. She is only four. Liz wants to be a singer.
( )1. Mr Brown works in a hospital. Mrs Brown doesn't work.
( )2. They have one daughter and one son.
( )3. Bob is ten and wants to be a doctor.
( )4. Tom is eight and wants to be a pilot.
( )5. Liz, their daughter, wants to be a singer.
(Melissa complains （报怨） to her friend about her job.)
Melissa: I want to quit （放弃，停止） my job.
Mark: Why? You just started working there last month.
Melissa: Yeah, but I don't like my boss. He ma kes us do stupid things.
Mark: Like what?
Melissa: We have to write reports every day. Plus, I spend at least an hour a day in meetings.
Mark: Melissa, that's part of your job. Give it time. You'll get used to it.
Melissa: But I feel like I'm wasting my time there.
Mark: Look, the boss is the boss. You're an employee. If he makes bad decisions, it's his fault, not yours.
(Mark gives Melissa a reason of keeping her job.)
Mark: Besides, you know the economy is bad.
Melissa: Is it? In yesterday's newspaper, I saw lots of job ads.
Mark: Maybe, but there are also a lot of people looking at those ads. Take my friend Joe. He saw an ad in the paper, called the company, and set up an interview. Do you know how many people were there?
Melissa: What, five? Ten?
Mark: Try, 25. All those people were waiting for an interview!
Melissa: That's pretty scary. Did Joe get the job?
Mark: No way. Now, he doesn't know what to do. So, you'd better be careful.
Melissa: I guess my boss isn't that bad.
Mark: Good decision.
( )6. What's Melissa's main problem at work?
A. She doesn't like her colleagues.
B. The job isn't interesting.
C. They waste a lot of paper.
D. She doesn't want to listen to her boss.
( )7.What do we learn about Melissa's job
A.She doesn't do any writing.
B.She talks on the phone a lot.
C.She has a lot of meetings.
D.She started working there a year ago.
( )8. Mark thinks Melissa should be .
A. patient （耐心的） B. mad
C. loud at work D. unfriendly with her boss
( )9. What does Mark mean by saying "Take my friend Joe"?
A. Go find Joe.
B. Do what Joe did.
C. Consider Joe's example（例子）.
D. Go somewhere with Joe.
( )10. What will Melissa's decision （决定）probably be?
A. She'll stay at her job.
B. She'll quit her job.
C. She'll take a long vacation.
D. She'll give her job to Joe.
Most people have jobs. Some people are lucky, and they make much money, but some are not. They don't like their jobs because their wages (工资) are low. The most interesting jobs are often the most difficult. People take a long time to learn how to do them. Doctors study for six years after finishing school.
Some young people have interesting and well-paid jobs. Football and tennis stars are usually under 35. Older people usually cannot play these sports very well.
A lot of people read the newspaper want ads. They want to find jobs or get new jobs.
( )11. A doctor for six years after finishing school.
A. study B. studies
C. studys D. to study
( )12. Football and tennis stars are usually .
A. friendly B. interesting
C. older D. young
( )13. A famous tennis star can make money.
A. a little B. many
C. a lot of D. a lot
( )14.If a man doesn't have a job, he should(应该) the newspaper want ads.
A. see B. read
C. look D. watch
( )15.Which sentence is right?
A. Most people are lucky and they can get better jobs.
B. The most interesting jobs are often the most different.
C. Doctors study for six years in high school.
D. Some young people have well-paid jobs.
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