1.Finally Billygot ________ as a waiter in a restaurant.
A. a piece of job B.ajob
C. a piece of works D.awork
2.They sell manykinds of ________ in the shop.
A. watchs B.watch
3.I have ________for you, Mary.
A. a good news B.manygood news
C.some good news D.afew good news
4.It’s only________ walk from here to the cinema.
A. half an hours B.halfa hour’s
C.half an hour’s D.halfa hours’
5.In Britain the________ are all painted red.
A. letter boxes B.lettersboxes
C.letter’s boxes D.letters’boxes
6.________ a fewsheep behind the house.
A. It is B.Theyare
C.There are D.Thereis
7.________ youhave a good time last Sunday?
A. Do B.Will C.Did D.Are
8.The workers havebuilt a lot of new houses in Shanghai ________.
A. in the past ten years B.forten years
C. last year D.tenyears ago
9.This timeyesterday we ________ trees.
A. were planting B.areplanting C.planted D.plant
10.When I got tothe cinema, the film ________ for five minutes.
A. had begun B.hasbeen on
C.has begun D.hadbeen on
11.I’m sorry youcan’t go in now. The room _______ yet.
A. hasn’t been cleaned B.hasn’tcleaned
C. isn’t been cleaned D.hasn’tbeing cleaned
12.When we gotthere, the road ________.
A. is being repaired B.wasrepaired
C. has been repaired D.wasbeing repaired
13.My sister________ by Grandma while my parents are away.
A. will be taken care B.willtake care of
C. will be taken care of D.willbe taken care
14.All the desksin the classroom ________ dust.
A. are covered with B.arecover with
C. are covering with D.coveredwith
15.It’s hot today. The temperature ________ to 35℃.
A. has raised B.hasbeen risen
C.has been raised D.hasrisen
16.It is a fineday today. You _______ take a raincoat with you.
A. mustn’t B.can’t C.may D.needn’t
17.It’s snowingnow. You’d better _______ at home.
A. stayed B.tostay C.stay D.staying
18.“_______ I goout and play now?”
“No, you mustn’t.”
A. Need B.May C.Shall D.Will
19.I _______ speaka little English when I was only four.
A. am able to B.wasable C.could be able D.could
20.You _______ waterin the garden. It looks like rain.
A. must B.maynot C.don’t need D.needn’t
21.Last night LiGang kept doing the maths exercises ________ after ________.
A. one…another B.one…theother
C.one…the others D.some…others
22.The boy has tolook after himself, because his parents ________ abroad.
A. are both B.bothare C.are all D.all are
23.“Does she speakEnglish or Russian?”
“She doesn’t speak________.”
A. neither B.none C.either D.all
24.I want somecoffee but there was ________ in the bottle.
A. any B.no C.none D.nothing
25.________ of theboys has got a pencil and some paper.
A. All B.Every C.Everyone D.Each
26.If you like thefish, please have as ________ as you can.
A. many B.more C.much D.a lot
27.Alice isn’t thetallest girl in her class, but she is taller than ________.
A. any of the girls B.anyother girl
C. some the other girls D.someof the other girls
28.I am ________grateful for the advice you gave me.
A. deep B.deeply C.depth D.deepen
29.Pan Hongstudies very hard, so she makes ________ mistakes in her study.
A. a less B.fewer C.less D.a fewer
30.Last Sunday wewent to visit him. He showed us some ________ paintings.
A. beautiful old Chinese B.Chineseold beautiful
C. old beautiful Chinese D.oldbeautiful and Chinese
31.Flight nineteenfrom New York to Washington is now arriving at ________.
A. Gate Two B.thegate two
C.the two gate D.SecondGate
32.We can see________ stars at night if it doesn’t rain.
A. thousand B.thousands
C.thousand of D.thousandsof
33.________ of theworkers in John’s company are in ________.
A. One-half…the twenties B.Half…thetwenties
C. Half…their twenties D.Ahalf…their twenties
34.Mr. Smith willstay in China for ________.
A. one and a half years B.oneand a half year
C. one and half year D.halfand one year
35.“How far awayis it from here to your school?” “It’s about ________.”
A. half an hour’s drive B.halfhours drives
C. half an hour drive D.half-an-hour-drive
36.________ somehot tea now?
A. Do you like B.Willyou like
C.Would you like D.Shouldyou like
37.“________ haveyou visited the Great Wall?” “Twice.”
A. How soon B.Howoften
C.How many times D.Howlong
38.He never haslunch at the factory, ________ he?
A. has B.hasn’t C.does D.doesn’t
39.“Alice couldn’tanswer the question, could she?” “________.”
A. No, she couldn’t B.No,she could
C. Yes, she couldn’t D.Yes,she answers
40.________ wasthe population in China by the end of last year?
A. How much B.What C.How many D.Which
41.Turn left________ walk along Park Road.
A. so B.or C.and D.but
42.Ben had abroken arm ________ the motorcyclist had a broken leg.
A. for B.so C.and D.but
43.________ humanbeings ________ animals can live without air.
A. Not only…but also B.Both…and
C. Either…or D.Neither…nor
44.“He had to getup early.” “________.”
A. So had I B.Sodo I
C.So did I D.SoI did
45.You must takeaway the clothes from the heat of the fire, ________ they might get burnt.
A. or B.and C.but D.so
46.It was raining______ I got off the bus.
A. when B.while C.though D.because
47.It is five days________ we came here.
A. when B.before C.as D.since
48.The studentsare happy ________ they have a new school library.
A. when B.if C.because D.so
49.Although it’sraining, ________ we are going to see him this afternoon.
A. but B.and C.then D./
50.I don’t know ifhe ________. If he ________, please let me know.
A. comes…will come B.willcome…comes
C. comes…comes D.willcome…will come
51. Jack and Jimwould like _________ Mr. Smith in his garden.
A. help B.tohelping C.to help D.helps
52.The watchdoesn’t work. I think I’ll _________.
A. have repaired it B.asksomeone repair it
C.have it repaired D.haveit repairing
53. Did you noticehim _________ the road?
A. crossed B.across C.having crossed D.cross
54. Is this roomlarge enough for us _________?
A. to live B.tolive in
C.to live in it D.tolive at
55. She is so oldthat she has to have her clothes _________.
A. made B.make
C.to make D.tomake them
56.When I finishthese books, I’ll ________ to the library.
A. give it back B.giveto them
C.give them back D.giveback them
57.I don’t thinkthe news you told me ________ true.
A. are B.is C.being D.am
58.Food and watermore expensive than ________ used to be.
A. is B.them C.its D.they
59.Neither he norI ________ going to tie this tree to the stick.
A. am B.is C.are D.will
60.The number ofarticles published on smoking ________ surprising.
A. is B.are C.were D.have been
61.What do youusually do ________ Christmas?
A. on B.at C.in D.for
62.There is abridge ________ the river.
A. under B.over C.on D.in
63.You mustapologize ________ her for your rudeness.
A. to B.at C.on D.with
64.My house is________ the two buildings, so we get little sunshine during the day.
A. between B.among C.in D.at
65.Is there anythinginteresting ________ today’s newspaper?
A. / B.on C.at D.in
66.After thefootball match we ________ a bus and got to school on time.
A.held B.missed C.saw D.caught
67.The little girl________ the bed every day.
A.makes B.does C.gets D.takes
68.I like to________ others playing basketball.
A.watch B.see C.look D.notice
69.As a student weshould ________ manners.
A.do B.take C.make D.have
70.The river________ by two feet after the heavy rain.
A.rise B.rose C.raise D.raised
71.It’s not goodmanners to ________ the queue when you are waiting for a bus.
A.stand in B.jump
C.jump on D.walkover
72.A beautifuldress in the shop window suddenly ________ my eye.
A.came into B.caught
73.You should________ the truth. It is wrong to tell lies.
A.tell B.say C.speak D.talk
74.The room is toosmall to ________ so many people.
A.sit B.pick C.hold D.stand
75.I’m sorry, Ican’t ________ the difference between these two words.
A.say B.tell C.speak D.talk about
76.Mary didn’tfeel well so she ________ some medicine.
A.took B.drank C.ate D.has
77.Would youplease ________ a photo of me?
A.catch B.hold C.look D.take
78.My mother won’tallow me to travel ________.
A.alone B.lonely C.one man D.along
79.“Was the park________ yesterday?” “Yes, It ________ at nine in the morning”
80.They ________every minute of it at the party yesterday.
A.enjoyed B.pleased C.played D.wanted
81.You may________ this book a little longer if you can’t finish it in time.
A.take B.borrow C.lend D.keep
82.He ________ abrown jacket that day.
A.was putting on B.dressedin
C.was wearing D.washaving
83.I didn’t hearwhat he ________ at the meeting.
A.spoke B.told C.talked D.said
84.As he was stillhungry, he started to ________ something to eat.
A.find B.findout C.look for D.look
85.It’s two yearssince he ________ our club.
A.took part in B.enteredfor C.joined D.attend
86.You must keep________ in the reading-room.
A.still B.quiet C.quite D.quietly
87.I ________ alot more time in writing English than before.
A.spend B.cost C.take D.put
88.I ________ tenyuan for this book.
A.spent B.bought C.cost D.paid
89.“Where is yourumbrella?”
“Oh, I have________ it on the bus. What shall I do?”
C.to leave D.toforget
90.I want thiscar, but I can’t afford to buy ________.
A.one B.another C.it D.this
91.The little boy________ on the grass just now.
A.lies B.lay C.lain D.laid
92.The man________ himself before the police came.
A.was hanged B.hung C.had hung D.hanged
93. ________ ofthem seems quite clear about our plan.
A.Every one B.Everyone
C.Each one D.Eachone
94.I hope that Ican hear from you ________ .
A.quickly B.fast C.fastly D.soon
95.He said hewould give me the money, but he ________ hasn’t given it to me.
A.yet B.still C.already D.too
96.“Will you givethis message to Mr. White, please?”
“Sorry, I can’t. He doesn’t work here________ .”
A.any longer B.anylong
C.no long D.nolonger
97.I am going to________ my living-room ________ a play-room for the children.
A.look on…as B.turn…into
98.The light isstill on. I’m sorry I forgot to ________ it ________ before I left.
99.If you have anyquestions, please ________ your hands.
A.put out B.putup
C.put on D.putdown
100.It seems thatthe hat fits you very well. Please ________ .
A.try it on B.tryon it
C.put it on D.puton it
101.The girl________ but could see nobody. She began to feel afraid.
A.looked after B.lookedfor
C.looked around D.lookedat
102.When theparents were at work, they ________ to look after the baby.
A.took turns B.wonton
C.worried about D.tookinterest in
103.If a piece ofice is taken into a warm room, it will soon ________ water.
A.turn off B.turndown C.turn into D.turn on
104.“Are foreignlanguages much more interesting than science?”
“No, I don’t________ you.”
A.agree to B.agreewith
C.get on with D.goon with
105.A monument tothe brave fighter ________ in the middle of the town after the war.
A.was put on B.wasput up
C.was put down D.wasbrought up
106. My bike has________ . I have to go there by bus.
A.broken down B.puton
C.put down D.brokeninto
107.Grandma isill. I have to ________ her at home.
A.take hold of B.takecare of
C.pay attention to D.putmy heart into
108.The doctorasked my father to ________ smoking.
A.give out B.giveaway
C.give up D.giveback
109.Do your bestand I’m sure you will ________ your classmates.
A.keep off B.keepaway from
C.keep up with D.keepon
110.What time areyou going to ________ tomorrow?
A.set up B.setout C.set down D.put up
111.The restaurantwas ________ in 1983 by a woman cook.
A.set up B.setout
C.set off D.setdown
112.We haven’t________ what to do tomorrow.
A.pointed at B.decidedon
C.turned down D.pickedup
113.He was born inthe north, but ________ in the south.
A.brought up B.grewup
C.picked up D.cameup
114.Last night hewanted to give up the job, but this morning he ________ .
A.made up his mind B.changedhis mind
C.made progress D.grewup
115.The glass fellto the floor and ________ .
A.broke out B.giveout
C.got off D.brokeinto pieces
116.The mouse________ as soon as it could when it saw the cat.
A.gave back B.rangup
C.went ahead D.ranaway
117.I’m sorry. Thetickets have been ________ .
A.sent out B.soldout C.sent for D.bought
118.After schoolJack ________ to see his sick grandpa.
A.hurried off B.ranafter C.went up D.rang up
119.I know thatthe accident ________ in a small village.
A.took place B.wastaken place
C.took the place D.wastaken the place of
120.Dr Bethunedidn’t take a rest and he ________ working throughout the night.
A.got on B.puton
C.went on D.turnedon
121.My friend isvisiting us next week, and I will ________ Shanghai.
A.see him off B.showhim around
C.give him a message D.ringhim up
122.When did you________ from your trip last year?
A.arrive at B.getback
C.go ahead D.returnedback
123.He fell downon the road and was too weak to ________ .
A.hold up B.getup
C.bring up D.leavefor
124.Have you________ the race?
A.left for B.setout for
C.asked for D.enteredfor
125.Now peoplehave began to learn how to ________ pollution.
A.get in B.getback
C.get on with D.getrid of
126.It’s good tostand on top of the hill and ________ fresh air.
A.take in B.holdon
C.give out D.turninto
127.You’d better________ the name of the book before you forget it.
A.write down B.puton
C.work out D.turndown
I was arguing about the price for atable in a second-hand shop when a young man came in carrying a chair, put itdown before the manager and asked how much it was worth.
“Threedollars,” replied the manager.
The young man looked surprised. “Itisn’t worth more than that?”
“Threedollars is all I can give you for that piece, son.” The manager shook his head and bent to examine thepiece. “See that?” Hepointed to a crack (裂縫) in the chair leg, adding, “And see here where the paint is peeling (剝落)? Well, three dollars is all its worth to me.”
“All rightthen,” said the young man, smiling. “I’ll take it.” He pulled out his wallet.“I saw it in front of your shop with something marked $10, but I thought maybeit was a mistake and you could tell me how much it was worth.”
128. The young man came to the shop ______ .
A. to have an argument with the boss B.tocarry an old chair
C.to buy an old chair D.beforethe writer did
129. It is clear that ______ .
A. the chairbelonged to the young man
B.the manager hada good memory
C.the young mandidn’t have enough money to buy the chair
D.the managermistook the chair for the young man’s
130. From this passage, we can see that the young man was ______ .
A. very honest B.apoor man C.very clever D.a cheat
131. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to this passage?
A. The managerbent to examine the crack in the chair leg.
B.The young manfelt the price for the table was not reasonable.
C.The manager didn’tthink the chair was worth more than three dollars.
D.The managerasked the young man where the paint was peeling.
132. We canimagine in the end ______ .
A. the manager wassatisfied with the price
B.the manager wasregretful for what he had done
C.the young manwas sorry for what he had done
D.the writer gotthe table in satisfaction
Water is very important to us. Wecannot live without it.
There is a lot of water on the earth,but we cannot use most of it. About 97.4% of the earth’s water is salty. Most of the fresh（淡的）water is snow and ice near the North and South Poles（極）.
We can use only about one percent ofthe water on the earth. We use water from both lakes and rivers. Some of thewater evaporates（蒸發）and then becomes rain. Of course we userain water for farms and other things. We use this water again and again.
Sometimes the earth’s water is in the wrong place. There is a lot of rainin the tropics（熱帶地區）, but it is difficult to have farms in thetropics. Most of the land there is not very rich. Some desert land is rich, butthere is only a little water in the desert.
Water is a problemfor many people in the world.
133. About ______ of the earth’s water is fresh.
A. 97.4% B.2.6% C.1% D.25%
134. Most of the fresh water is ______ .
A. snow and ice B.rain
C.in lakes and rivers D.inoceans
135. It rains after the water ______ from oceans, lakes and rivers.
A. falls B.enjoys C.evaporates D.runs
136. We only use ______ of the earth’s water.
A. 5% B.97.4% C.2.5% D.1%
137. Most of the land in the tropics is ______ .
A. poor B.dry C.rich D.salty
Once upon a time a rich man and a poortailor（裁縫）lived in the same house. The rich man livedupstairs and the poor tailor lived downstairs.
The tailor likedto sing when he made clothes. He sang one song after another. But the rich manliked to sleep a lot, and the singing troubled him.
One day the rich man said, “Tailor, Iwill give you a bag full of money every day if you stopped singing.”
“Fine,”said the tailor. And so the tailor stopped singing and became richer. But themore money he got from the rich man, the more unhappy he became, because hewanted very much to sing again.
Finally he brought all his money to therich man. “Here,” he said, “take your money back. I can’t be happy if I can’tsing.”
And so he gave the money back to therich man and went away singing. He sang and sang and he was happier than everbefore.
138. Once a richman and a poor tailor lived ______ .
A. in the same room B.inthe different house
C.in the same floor D.inthe same building
139. That tailor enjoyed singing ______ .
A. while he was feeling unhappy B.whilehe was working
C.while the rich man was sleeping D.bothB and C
140. The rich man did not like the tailor’s singingbecause ______ .
A. the tailordidn’t sing well
B.the rich mandidn’t like singing
C.the tailor’ssinging didn’t make him sleep well
D.the rich mancould sing better
141. The rich man wanted to stop the tailor singing by ______ .
A. just telling himnot to sing
B.giving him a lotof money
C.asking him tosing outside the house
D.asking him tostop singing while he was sleeping
142. The poor tailor gave the money back to the rich man because ______ .
A. he thought themoney was not useful to him
B.he had a lotmore money than the rich man
C.he didn’t likemoney
D.he wanted tosing and he felt happy while he was singing
Mr. Li works in a middle school. Heteaches his students art. He changes his clothes as soon as they are dirty andalways keeps them clean and tidy.
There’s a garden between the school andhis home. The garden is quite near his home. He usually walks through it whenhe goes to work. One afternoon, on his way home, a boy asked, “May I clean yourshoes for you, sir?”
Mr.Li stopped to look at his shoes and found they were really very dirty. Heagreed. The boy began to clean them carefully.
After the boy finished the work, Mr. Liasked, “How much, boy?”
“One yuan, sir.” Mr. Li gave him two yuan and said.“One more yuan for you. You can spend the money washing your face.”
After the boy heard this, he ran to thegarden and washed his face in the pool. Then he came back and gave one yuanback to Mr. Li and said, “Your hair is too long. You’d better go and asksomeone to cut your hair short. I’m sure you need the money!”
143. Mr. Li usually goes to work ______ .
A. by bike B.bycar C.on foot D.by bus
144. Mr. Li’s home is ______ .
A. near the garden B.nextto the boy
C.far from the school D.farfrom the garden
145. Mr. Li let the boy clean his shoes because ______ .
A. he was busy B.theywere dirty
C.the boy was polite D.hewanted to help the boy
146. Mr. Li didn’t want his one yuan back because ______ .
A. he thought hisshoes were too dirty
B.he was very rich
C.the boy made hisshoes clean
D.he wanted theboy to wash his dirty face
147. The boy thought ______ .
A. one yuan was no use B.Mr.Li liked him
C.his face wasn’t dirty D.Mr.Li laughed at him
One afternoon, Kate and her brother Bobwent out to play. Kate was eight, and Bob was ten. “Let’s go to the bridge andwe can see fish in the river.” said Kate. “I don’t know,” Bob said. “Mum toldus, ‘Don’t go on the bridge’. She said it is dangerous.”
Kate said, “I am not afraid. Are you?”
They walked onto the bridge and beganlooking for fish in the river. The bridge was a train bridge. Trains went overthe bridge three times a day.
The children werestanding in the middle of the bridge when they heard a loud noise. “A train iscoming!” Bob shouted. “Run!” He ran to the end of the bridge. He was safe.
Kate ran, too, but she fell. The trainwas coming fast. Kate ran towards Bob. She fell again right on the traintracks. There was no time to leave. She had to lie down between the tracks. Afew seconds later, the train went over the girl, but she was not hurt at all.She stood up and said to Bob, “Don’t tell Mum! Don’t tell Mum!”
At last theirmother found out about the story. She was angry because they went onto thebridge. But she was happy that Kate was all right.
148. Bob and Kate were ______ .
A. twins B.brothers
C.sisters D.brotherand sister
149. One afternoon they went to the bridge to see ______ .
A. their mother B.fish C.the train D.the river
150. When the train came, the children were ______ .
A. in the middle of the bridge B.atthe end of the bridge
C.on their way to the bridge D.awayfrom the bridge
151. Where was Kate when the train was going over her?
A. Right on the train tracks. B.Onone of the tracks
C.Between the tracks. D.Besidethe tracks.
152. When their mother knew about the story, she was ______ .
A. happy B.angry
C.sorry D.bothangry and happy
Peter Judd wanted very much to be asoldier when he was a child. So he joined the army when he was eighteen, andfor several months he was taught how to be a good soldier. He did quite well ineverything except shooting. One day he and his friends were practicing theirshooting, and all of them were doing quite well except Peter. After he had shotat the target（靶子）nine times and hadn’t hit it once, the officer who was trying to teach theyoung soldiers to shoot said, “You are quite hopeless, Peter! Don’t waste your last bullet（子彈）! Gobehind that wall and shoot yourself with it!”
Peter felt ashamed（羞愧的）He went behind the wall and a few seconds later, theofficer and the other young soldiers heard the sound of a shot.
“Oh, dear!” the officer said. “Has thatsilly man really shot himself?”
He ran behind thewall as quickly as he could, but Peter was all right. “I’m sorry, sir,” hesaid, “but I missed again.”
153. Peter Judd joined the army in order to ______ .
A. be a soldier B.begood at shooting
C.make friends D.geta good job
154. The officer thought Peter was hopeless because ______ .
A. he didn’t knowhow to use a gun
B.he didn’t getalong well with other soldiers
C.he was poor atshooting
D.he couldn’t doanything well
155. What the officer said at the end of the first paragraph shows that ______.
A. the officerreally wanted Peter to die
B.the officer wasvery angry with Peter
C.the officer wasnot a kind-hearted man
D.the officer wasafraid that Peter would shoot himself
156. The officer felt ______ when he heard the sound of a shot.
157. What happened at the end of the story?
A. Peter becamegood soldier.
B.Peter killedhimself behind the wall.
C.The officer waspleased with Peter in the end.
D.Peter missed thetarget for the tenth.
Once, a very rich man bought a farm. Hepaid more than what was thought he should because there was a great treegrowing on the farm, which was said to be about three hundred years old. Thefarmer who sold the farm told the buyer that the tree was so famous that everyyear many visitors and travelers came to see the tree. But many of the richman’s men did not think so. The new owner of the farm was not pleased at whatthey said and called one of his men with the name Zeke to try to find out howold that “famous tree” really was.
Fourdays later, Zeke rushed into the new owner’s office and told him that the treewas even older than they thought. It was four hundred and twenty years old!
“Great! Good news!” said the owner, “but I’d like toknow how you can tell that tree is so old.”
“Very easy. We cut the tree down and counted the ringsof the tree,” said Zeke.
158. Why did the rich man buy the farm and pay more?
A. Because thefarm was a very big one.
B.Because the farmwas very famous.
C.Because he wasgreatly interested in the old tree on the farm.
D.Because the treeon the farm was too old.
159. What did many of the new owner’s menthink of the tree?
A. They thoughtthe tree was just as old as many other old trees.
B.They thought thetree was not as old as the farm.
C.They thought thetree was less than three hundred years old.
D.they thought thetree was more than four hundred years old.
160. How do you think the new owner would feel in the end?
A. Very happy. B.Veryangry.
C.Rather surprised. D.Eitherhappy or angry.
161. What kind of person was Zeke?
A. A very clever man. B.Aperson poor in thinking.
C.A very strong man. D.Quitea quick man.
162. Which of the following do you think is the best title for this passage?
A. Good News or Bad News B.Buyor Not to Buy
C.Is Zeke Clever D.StrongBody, But Weak Mind
Dolores works in a shop, sellinggramophone records (唱片). One afternoon a middle-aged woman camein, sat in a chair, and smiled at her brightly.
“I want a record, dear.” She began. “ ___163___ I heardon the radio this morning.”
“What wasthe ___164___ called?” Dolores asked, without much ___165___ . The woman shookher head.
“I don’t remember. I should know it if I ___166___ it,though. Perhaps if you play me a few records, I shall be able to ___167___ itout.”
“We havehundreds of records,” Dolores said. “It would take a very long time to play youeven a little of ___168___ . Could you ___169___ it to me?”
The woman shook her head again. “No, Ican’t sing any song.” She looked quite ___170___ . Then suddenly her face litup.
“I’ve just remembered something,” she said. “It comesfrom a play. There’s girl who speaks very badly, if you see what I mean. Butafter a time she learns to talk very well.”
This was ___171___ for Dolores. “If youask me, it’s from My Fair Lady,” she said.
“That’s it, dear. If you’d thought of it sooner, wewouldn’t have ___172___ so much time. I suppose you are new to the job.”
163.A.One B.That C.Someone D.When
164.A.record B.program C.song D.lady
165.A.interest B.idea C.hope D.thought
166.A.saw B.bought C.had D.heard
167.A.find B.pass C.take D.pick
168.A.all B.everyone C.each D.either
169.A.introduce B.sing C.lend D.show
170.A.relaxed B.angry C.disappointed D.surprised
171.A.enough B.right C.better D.straight
172.A.talked B.had C.cost D.wasted
Paul Johnson was 16 years old. He wasvery shy and didn’t ___173___ much to anyone. But his scienceteacher, Mr. Smith, noticed that there was something ___174___ about him and heshowed great concern (關心) for Paul.
Paul said to Mr. Smith, “I want tolearn all about science.” He began to study science in the first-year class.After a few days, he ___175___ in the second-year class. Paul studied very hard.Soon he knew everything that second-year class was ___176___ . Then he read allthe science books in the school library.
One day， afterschool Mr. Smith found Paul in the classroom ___177___ on the blackboard. Paulwas drawing pictures.
“What are you doing?” asked Mr. Smith, with ___178___ .“What are these drawings about?”
“I want to invent things. These are the drawings of myfirst ___179___ ,” Paul answered.
“What’s your invention?” Mr. Smith said.
“I have a(n) ___180___ for television — for a way of ___181___ pictures through the air.” Paul answered. “Please letme tell you about it, Mr. Smith. You are the only person who can ___182___ whatI have done.” It’s amazing(令人驚喜) that a boy of 16 showed his teacherdrawings for television.
173.A.play B.talk C.lend D.pay
174.A.different B.interested C.pleased D.usual
175.A.entered B.appeared C.showed D.served
176.A.covering B.answering C.managing D.learning
177.A.writing B.trying C.working D.studying
178.A.surprise B.care C.interest D.joy
179.A.hobby B.homework C.drawings D.invention
180.A.picture B.idea C.machine D.system
181.A.taking B.sending C.copying D.making
182.A.understand B.discover C.excuse D.interest
When Ben Franklin was only a boy, healways wanted to know about things. He was always asking his father andbrothers. “What?” and “How?” and “Why?”
They couldn’t___183___ tell him what he wanted to know. When they couldn’t tell him, Bentried to find out for ___184___ . Many times Ben found out things that no one___185___ before. The other boys would say, “That Ben Franklin! He’s alwaysfinding out something ___186___ !”
Ben lived close to the water. He likedto go there to see the boats. He saw how the wind ___187___ them across thewater.
One day Ben said to himself, “Why can’t windhelp ___188___ float(漂浮) across the water? I’m going to ___189___ .” Ben gothis big kite. He took hold of the kite string(線) and ranwith it. The wind took the kite up into the air. Then Ben ___190___ into thewater.
The wind blew the kite high into theair. Ben began to float across the water. Soon he was on the other side, and hehad not ___191___ at all.
One boy shouted, “Look at Ben floatingacross the water! His kite takes him to the other side without any ___192___ !
“Yes,” said another. “He’s always finding new ways todo things.”
183.A.always B.ever C.nearly D.sometime
184.A.them B.himself C.themselves D.him
185.A.thought B.heard C.knew D.asked
186.A.popular B.welcome C.convenient D.new
187.A.blew B.led C.guided D.showed
188.A.it B.me C.him D.one
189.A.float B.do C.try D.study
190.A.swam B.threw C.fell D.jumped
191.A.tried B.worked C.floated D.run
192.A.wind B.string C.work D.help
1-5.BCCCA 6-10.CCAAD 11-15.ADCAD
16-20.DCBDD 21-25.AACCD 26-30.CDBBA
31-35.ADCAA 36-40.CCCAB 41-45.CCDCA
46-50.ADCDB 51-55.CCDBA 56-60.CBDAA
61-65.BBAAD 66-70.DAADB 71-75.BBACB
76-80.ADACA 81-85.DCDCC 86-90.BADAC
91-95.BDADB 96-100.ABABA 101-105.CACBB
106-110.ABCCB 111-115.ABBBD 116-120.DBAAC
128-132.CDCDB 133-137. BACDA 138-142.DBCBD
143-147.CABDD 148-152. DBACD 153-157.ACBBD