--Let's have a picnic by the West Lake.
B.That's all right.
The radio says there will be a ______ rain tomorrow.
Tom said to the guests, "Help ________ to some meat."
--Would you mind my opening the windows?
A.Sorry, I wouldn't
B.No, of course not
C.It doesn't matter
5.All her children are clever, but the youngest daughter is really_____.
6.Ten dollars will _____the cost of the damage.
7.When Lily came home at 5 p.m. yesterday, her mother ______ dinner in the kitchen.
8._____ a thorough investigation, no trace of Dr Southwell has been found.
It is _______to work out this problem. You needn't go to the teacher.
-- Who can reach the book on the top shelf?
-- Jack can. He is ________boy of us all.
--Alice, you ________ on the phone. --I' m coming. Thanks.
He learned how to use sign language to ________ with deaf customers.
--Look!That man looks like Mr. Brown.
--It _____ be him, for he _____ America.
A.can't,has gone to
B.may not,has gone
C.mustn't,has been to
D.can't,has been to
14.This information is electronically ______ to chools and colleges.
They asked me _______ finish my homework.
A.when I could
I when could
C.when I can
D.when could I
16.I’ve been told to lose weight and stop _____ .
D.to being smoking
There used to be a house_____ on the top of the mountain.
I told them I was perfectly ________ to help if they asked.
19.He was _____ a gold cup in acknowledgement of his creative achievements for the development of the company.
Don't read _______ the sun. It's bad ______ your eyes.
There is little water in the glass, _______ ?
22.Mary combed _____for her missing glasses.
--What do you think of the football match yesterday?
--Well, it' s surprising. The strongest team of our school ________.
On my way home I saw a dog _______ on the ground.
He dropped the _______ and broke it.
A.cup of coffee
C.cup for coffee
There was once a millionaire who loved money than anything else in the world. He didn’t know exactly how much he had, so he took on a little girl to ## all his money for him.
It ## the little girl six days to count all the money. When she told the millionaire that he had forty-two ## dollars, he was ## with joy and asked, “ How much ## do you want?” He thought that ## she was only a child, he could ## her into taking a very small amount of money.
The girl said, “well, I worked for six days, so I think you ## pay me for six days. Give me two pennies for the first day. Each day after that, just give me the amount you give me the day before, multiplied by itself.
The ## thought that in this ## he would only have to give her a ## dollars. What a ## little girl! So immediately, he ## his lawyer sign up the contract, fearing that she would change her ## .
On the first day the millionaire paid her two pennies, and on the second day, two pennies times two pennies, or four pennies.
Each day after that, he gave her ## number of pennies he had given her the day before, multiplied by itself. And by the sixth day, the foolish millionaire had to give the clever little girl all his money.
“Where is the university?” This is a question that many visitors to Cambridge（剑桥）ask. But no one can give them a ## answer, for there is no wall to be found _##_ the university. The university is the city. You can find classroom buildings, ##, museums and offices of the university all over the city. And most of ## members are the students and ## of the thirty-one colleges.
Cambridge was already a ## town long before the first students and teachers arrived 800 years ##. It grew up by the river Granta, and the river was once _##_the Cam. A ## was built over the river as early as 875. ## the town got its name "Cambridge".
In the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries more and ## land was used for college buildings. The town grew much ## in the nineteenth century after the opening of the railway in 1845. Cambridge became a ## in 1951 and now it has a population of over 100, 000. Many young students in ## countries ## to study at Cambridge. Thousands of people from all over the world come to visit the university town. It has become a famous place all around the world.
Time Temp Glasses
Are you a person who wants to know the time and temperature during the day? You might like Temp Glasses. These special glasses show the time above your right eye and the temperature your left eye. It is surely easier than wearing a wristwatch, and you never have to guess the Temperature.
Do you eat too quickly? Do you eat too much? How can the Alarm Fork help you? Aren't you curious ? Well, this special fork has two lights: one green and one red. When the green is on, it's OK to eat a piece of food. The fork "knows" when you eat a piece, and soon the red goes on. Wait for the green light before you eat another piece.
So do you know if your breath smells nice, or if it smells bad? It's difficult to know, because it’s very hard to smell the air that comes out of your own mouth. Smell This is useful for this ion. Smell This covers your nose and your mouth. Docs your breath smell nice, or do you need a piece of gum(口香糖)?
Has this ever happened to you? You put a banana in your bag in the morning, and when open the bag at noon, the banana looks like someone drove a car over it. If you put your Banana Suitcase, this will never happen. It keeps a banana safe, delicious!
If you’re into sports, you’ve seen it happen—tennis players jump over the net to shake hands after a hard match; football players exchange jerseys（运动衣）after ninety minutes of knocking each other around; even boxers touch gloves at the beginning of each round. Players in every event, from spelling bees to golf，act in this way. It’s all part of sportsmanship（体育精神），a great tradition in sports and competition. It means playing and being calm all through the match.
Everyone feels great when they win. In the last few years, you might see some players celebrate a goal with a long victory dance or talk big about their ability. However, it’s always hard for people to say in public that they made a bad play. Good sportsmanship is what they really need. It’s the golden rule of sports.
Good sportsmanship means that you play by the rules, talk politely to everyone during games and stay cool even when you lose the game. At the school sports meeting, for example, it’s more important for you to know how to work as part of a team and cheer your teammates on. That may help you enjoy more success at your future work. In competition—as in life—you may not always win, but believe me, sportsmanship will help you get through, and there is always the next match.
If a snake bites you, take a photo with your mobile phone! It save your life. This is the surprising advice of a British cook. One day Henry Jackson was working in a restaurant kitchen. He picked up a dish from a table, and suddenly a snake appeared and bit him on the hand. A few days earlier, the snake came to the restaurant from Asia in a box of bananas. It climbed out of the box and hid under the dish. “ I tried to pick it up and it bit me. I threw it away, but it landed in the fridge. So I closed the door.” Jackson said. Anyway, Jackson was cool and he took a photo of the snake with his mobile phone. Soon his hand began to ache and he went to hospital. Then his chest began to hurt. Doctors couldn't say what was wrong because they didn't know what kind of snake it was.
Then Jackson remembered his mobile phone photo. The doctors sent it to London Zoo. When they knew the kind of snake, they could give Jackson the right medicine, and he left hospital the next day. “ So my advice is this: If a snake bites you, pick up your phone. Take its photo first and then call the hospital. Show the photo to the doctors,” suggests Mr. Jackson. “ Oh, and if the snake doesn't smile for its photo, don't worry!”
Here are two stories from different parts of the world. They seem strange but, believe it or not, they re all true!
John Lee was an Englishman who refused to be hanged! In 1884 the police said Lee had killed an old woman who he used to work with. There was nothing to show that Lee had killed the woman. Lee told the police he hadn't done it, but no one believed him and he was going to be hanged. On the day of the hanging, however, the door in the floor, through which Lee's body would fall, did not open. They tried three times but each time the door stayed closed, even though it had worked well the day before. In the end they sent Lee back to prison, where he lived for the next twenty-two years. At all times, John Lee said he hadn't killed the woman, and he believed it was the "hand of God" that had saved him from death by hanging.
The police in Venezuela (委内瑞拉) in South America followed a man home one night. He was the thief they wanted to catch. However, half of his house was standing in Venezuela and the other half was standing in Colombia (哥伦比亚). Venezuela's neighbor. When the police entered the house, the man ran upstairs to his bedroom, which was in Colombia, and called his lawyer. The Venezuelan police were not allowed to enter Colombia so they could not enter the bedroom. They asked the police in Colombia to help. The Colombian police refused to help because the man's crime was not a crime in Colombia. In the end, the Venezuelan police gave up and went back to the police station.