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 --_____ do you shop?    --I shop every  week.   

A. How far   B. How often   C. How much   D. How many

 

Maybe I’m not very healthy, ___ I have healthy habits.   

A. although      B. because     C. and      D. so

 

I think I’m _____ unhealthy.   

A. kind of      B. a litter      C. kinds of     D. pretty very.

 

---What’s the matter _______ Tom?   ---He has a high fever.   

A. to         B. with       C. and      D. for

 

I love junk food very much, but I try to eat ___ only once a week.   

A. its         B. them          C. it       D. they

 

 This is _____ unhealthy lifestyle.   

 A. the            B. \         C. a         D. an

 

假设你是Li Ming, 请给你的美国笔友Tom 写一封 e—mail,介绍你的英语老师Mr. Lee。要点如下:

1.他40岁,有一个幸福的家;2. 性格外向,与学生相处很好;3. 他的课堂很有趣,课后常帮我们学英语;4. 不抽烟,非常喜欢运动,擅长下棋;5. 写一至两点其他同学对他的看法。

注意:

1.词数60—80,信的开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。2. 文中不要提及真实的校名和人名。

参考词汇:outgoing adj. 外向的

smoke v. 吸烟

chess n. 棋

 

阅读理解填词(本题共10分,每小题1分)

先阅读短文,在其后空白处写出各单词的正确形式,单词的第一个字母已给出。

One day Harvey’s wife was cleaning out a cupboard.

“Look at all these umbrellas,” Harvey’s wife said to him. “There are eight and they all b__(76)___.”

“I’ll take them all to the umbrella shop and have them repaired,” Harvey said. “They are too good to t__(77)__ away.”

Harvey took the eight umbrellas to the shop and l__(78)__ them there. The shopkeeper said, “They’ll be r__(79)__ tomorrow.”

That evening Harvey went home from the office by bus as he u__(80)__ did. He sat next to an old woman. She had an umbrella on the floor between the s__(81)__. When the bus reached his stop, he picked up her umbrella and stood up.

“Hey!” the woman said, “That umbrella b__(82)__ to me.”

“I’m so sorry.” Harvey said, giving it to her. “Please excuse me for taking your umbrella by m__(83)__.”

The next day he collected the umbrellas from the umbrella shop and got on the bus. As he sat down, a v__(84)__ behind said, “You have certainly had a s__(85)__ day!” He turned around and saw the woman whose umbrella he had almost taken the day before.

 

 先阅读短文,然后用下面方框中所给的单词或短语填空,使全文在逻辑上正确。(提示:选项中有一个是多余的。)

                    habit / result / talk to / get over / sorry / mad

   I’d like to tell you a story about my best friend Jane. Last week in school we had a big fight, and she didn’t1.me. It all started when she asked me if she could copy my homework. I asked her why she wanted to do that, and she said that she had forgotten to do hers. I said I didn’t think it was a good idea. I said it would start a bad 2. and she should do her own work. She got really 3. at me and said she didn’t want to be my best friend anymore. I said that was OK and that I was sure she would 4. it. And she did. Yesterday she told me she was 5.. She said it was much better if she did her own work.

 

He was struggling(费劲) to tie his shoes. I was struggling with whether I should help him.

I did, and he was grateful.

“Thank you,” he said.

“I’m glad I could help. I just thought it would be easier for me to reach,” I said.

He was a disabled man, and forced to look down most of the time. His arms and legs were twisted(扭曲的) terribly, and he couldn’t do what the rest of us would consider easy tasks. He always managed to look up to see how you reacted(反应) to his words, however. He had a big smile, making me feel comfortable.

I was still on my knees by his wheelchair.

“ Nice shoes,” he said.

“Thanks. No one ever complimented me on them before,” I said.

“No one has the same view of the world as I do,” he replied.

“Tell me about the world as you see it,” I said smiling.

“Most people can see if someone is comfortable with them or not in their eyes. I see it in their feet.” he said. “If people keep moving their feet, I just let them go, because I know they’re impatient with me. I don’t want to make people uncomfortable.

“What about me? I asked.

“I could see your compassion. And then you came down to my level. I was the one who was nervous.” he said. “I don’t normally have someone look me in the eye.”

“They don’t know what they’re missing,” I told him.

“My old face is nothing to brag(自夸) about.” he said.

“But that smile is so big.”

Yes, and it’s not only a big smile but an attitude.

1. The disabled man knew people were impatient mostly by their _________.

A.words

B.eyes

C.feet

D.smile

2. The unlined word compassion is the closet in meaning to ___________.

A.attention

B.pity

C.trust

D.duty

3. We learn that the disabled man _________.

A.had great difficulty looking after himself

B.always asked people for help

C.couldn’t have a big smile

D.liked to talk about people’s shoes

4. The writer felt comfortable because _________.

A.he had a nice talk to the man

B.the man looked him in the eye

C.he didn’t move his feet before the man

D.the man had a big smile on the face

5. We can infer from the passage that _________.

A.the disable man had something wrong with his mind

B.not many people went down to the man’s level

C.the man was good at telling people about the world

D.the writer would not give the man move help

 

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