1.There’s ______water in the bottle. Don't throw it away.
2.—How’s your family?
A.Thanks all the same.
B.Thanks for calling.
C.Not too bad.
D.Don’t mention it.
3.—What a beautiful dress you have on today!
A.It is suitable for me.
B.No, it isn’t.
C.You want to have one, too?
4. —You seem to be lost. Need help?
A.Yes, would you please help me with the bag?
B.Help me find my key, please.
C.Yes, with pleasure.
D.I'm looking for Zhongshan Road.
5.—How much is this necklace?
A.It’s very nice.
B.It’s a birthday present from my parents.
C. It costs fifty pounds
D.It’s a bargain.
6.—Is Mary there?
B.I’m not Mary.
C.Who are you?
D.Mary is well today.
7.Suzan speaks English _______John.
A.so fluently as
B.as fluent as
C.more fluent than
D.much more fluently than
8.—Do you like to play basketball?
B.No. Xiaowang does not like it.
C. I am crazy about it.
D. I am pleased about it.
9. He is not seriously ill, but only a ____ headache.
10. A: Must we finish the work right now?
B: No, you _______. You can do it tomorrow.
Once James Thornhill, a famous English painter, was asked to paint some pictures on the walls of the king’s palace in England.
Then workers were sent for and a big platform (台子) was made.
With the help of a worker, Thornhill started painting on the platform. They worked for a whole year and at last the pictures were ready.
Thornhill was happy when he looked at the pictures, for they were really beautiful. He looked at them for a long time, and then took one step back and looked again. Now the pictures were even more beautiful. He took another step, then another. Finally he was at the very edge of the platform, but he didn’t know it because he was thinking of his picture.
The worker saw everything. “What should I do?” he thought. “Thornhill was at the very edge of the platform. If I cry out, he will take another step, fall off it and surely be killed.” So the worker quickly took some paint (漆) and threw it at the pictures.
“What are you doing?” cried the painter, running quickly forward to his pictures.
2.阅读理解判断题:In choosing a friend, one should be very careful. A good friend can help you study. You can have fun together and make each other happy. Sometimes you will meet fair weather friends. They will be with you as long as you have money or luck, but when you are down, they will run away. How do I know when I have found a good friend? I look for certain qualities of character, especially understanding, honesty and reliability(可靠). A good friend, above all else, tries to understand how another person is feeling. He is not quick to judge. Instead, he tries to learn from others. He put himself in the other person’s place, and he tries to think of ways to be helpful. He is also a good listener. At the same time, a good friend is honest. He does not look for faults in others. He notices their good points. In short, a friend will try to understand me and accept me. Another quality of a friend is reliability. I can always depend on a good friend. If he tells me he will meet me somewhere at a certain time, I can be sure that he will there. If I need a favor, he will do his best to help me. If I am in trouble, he will not run away from me. When I meet someone who is reliable, honest, and understanding, I know I’ve found a friend!
1.作文:请假条 Ask for a Sick Leave 内容提示:假如你叫张琳,你昨天(4月7日)在放学回家的路上发生了交通事故。你从自行车上摔了下来,被好心人及时送到了医院,医生叫你卧床休息三天,特此请假。 要求:1.请根据以上内容,向班主任张老师写一张请假条。 2.以第一人称写,不能逐句翻译 3.字数80字左右
2.英译汉:The Olympic Games is an international sports event that takes place every four years.
3.英译汉:There is a large amount of energy wasted due to friction.
4.英译汉:Would you please help me with this heavy box?
5.英译汉:We must take some measures to control the pollution.
6.英译汉:Apples here like water and sunshine.
7.英译汉: Do you have access to the Interne?
1.完形填空:More and more teachers and parents have noticed another kind of pollution, which came from the printed papers sold on streets. These printed things look like newspaper but have hardly anything to do with them. You can only find reading materials badly ## there —some are too strange for anyone to believe, ## are frightening stories of something even worse. However, many of the young students are getting absorbed in such poisonous reading, which costs them what they should pay for their breakfast and bring them nightmares and immoral idea in return. Homework is left undone, daily games lost. These sellers shout on streets selling their papers well. The writers, publishers and printers, ## they are, we never know, are making their silent money. The sheep skinned wolf’s stories seem to have been forgotten once again. Why not forbid this kind of things at school? Yes, both teachers and parents have ask each other for more strict control of the young readers. Yet unfortunately, ## you want to forbid it, the more they want to have a look at it. Sometimes you may even find several children share one patched paper, which has travelled from one hand to another driven by the curious nature. It really does harm to our society. It has already formed a sort of moral pollution. The ## teachers and parents need more powerful support. Meanwhile, the young readers need more interesting books to help them get rid of these ugly papers.