( )1. You ________ wear sports shoes when you climb a mountain.
C．mustn"t D. have to
( )2. —Have you decided where to go for your summer vacation?
—Not yet. We ________ go to Qingdao. It is a good place for vacation.
( )3. The talented boy ________ write lyrics when he was at the age of ten.
( )4. The work is too hard for him. He ________ finish it on time.
( )5.—What do you want to eat for lunch? I will prepare earlier today.
—Honey, you ________. Let"s go out to have something different.
C．shouldn"t D．don"t have to
( )6. On school nights, my parents don"t allow me________ out.
C．to go D．went
( )7. Maria ________well with her classmates.
A．gets up B．gets off
C．gets on D．gets to
( )8.________ give them some good books?
A．Why don"t B．What about
C．Why don"t you D．Would you like
( )9. Would you mind me ________ you some questions about your family?
C．to ask D．asked
( )10. Please stop talking. It"s time ________ class.
Without knowing more about you, it"s hard for me to give you some good advice.
But first, I"m sure that you are 1. ________. You said that nobody would care if you left home. What about your 2.________? And other family members? It seems that you are very 3. ________. You"d better go to a doctor or talk 4.________ your parents. They will be able to help you.
Second, I"m sure there"s someone else in your class who feels lonely, 5.________. You never know 6.________ other people feel. Try to make friends with your classmates. And you could 7.________ a club to meet new people and make friends, too.
You 8.________ find happiness in yourself. So my 9.________ advice is to write a list of all the good things about yourself, learn to like yourself, and then 10.________ will see your confidence(信心) and like you, too.
( )1. A．right B．wrong C. OK
( )2. A．teachers B．classmates C．parents
( )3. A．popular B．tired C．sad
( ) 4. A．to B．about C．of
( ) 5. A．too B ．either C．also
( ) 6. A．why B．how C．when
( ) 7. A．take part in B．join C．join in
( ) 8. A．mustn"t B．shouldn"t C．need to
( ) 9. A．finally B．last C．end
( )10. A．other B．the other C．others
Students these days often have a lot of worries. Sometimes they have problems with their schoolwork, and sometimes with their friends. ▲ Some people think the worst thing is to do nothing. Laura Mills, a teenager from Washington, agrees. “Problems and worries are normal in life,” says Laura. “But I think talking to someone helps a lot. If we don "t talk to someone, we"ll certainly feel worse.”
Laura once lost her purse, and worried for days. She was afraid to tell her parents about it. She even walked three miles to school each day because she didn"t have any money. She just kept thinking. “If I tell my parents, they"ll be angry!” B ut in the end, she talked to her parents and they were really understanding. Her dad said he sometimes made careless mistakes himself. They got her a new purse and asked her to be more careful. “I will always remember to share my problems in the future!” Laura says.
Robert Hunt advises students about common problems. He feels the same way as Laura. “It is best not to avoid our problems. We should always try to solve (解决) them.” He thinks that you can first find someone to talk to. This person doesn"t need to be an expert (教师) like himself. Students often forget that their parents have more expe rience than them, and are always there to help them.
In English, we say that sharing a problem is like cutting it in half. So you"re halfway to solving a problem if you talk to someone about it!
( )1. Which of the following can be put in the blank in Paragraph One?
A．What can they do about this? B．Where do the problems come from?
C．When did they have these problems? D．Why do they have so many problems?
( )2. In Paragraph 2, t he writer used the story of Laura to ________．
A．answer a question B．give an example
C．introduce his friend D．share his experience[来源:学#科#网Z#X#X#K]
( )3. According to the passage Robert Hunt might be ________．
A．Laura"s teacher B．the writer of the passage
C．a person with a problem D．an expert on students" problems
( )4. What is the main idea of this passage?
A．Few children are careful with their m oney.
B．Parents are more experienced than children.
C．Talking to someone helps to solve problems.
D．Students often have a lot of worries at school.
Maybe you have seen this in schools: some students are studying nearly all the time but they just pass their exams, while some others may spend much less time on their books but do much better in exams. How could this happen? People used to think that hard work is the only way to success. But now they have understood that smart work can make them succeed, too.
Hard workers don"t mind working for long hours, while smart workers always think of several different answers to these questions, “Why should I suffer this ?” “Isn"t there a better way to do this?” Thanks to these people, we can use computers instead of the abacus now. Progres s in every field is the direct result of “try to find a better way” by smart workers.
There was a large soap factory in Japan. Once it received an un usual letter from someone who complained that there was no soap in the soapbox he bought.
How could empty soapboxes go out of the factory? The engineers checked the producing and packing. The producing was fine, but in about one in ten thousand cases, the packing machine (机器) let an empty soapbox go. There was no need to spend a lot of money repairing the machine for such a small problem. The engineer soon worked out a solution; he put a huge X-ray machine and two large computers to find out the empty soapboxes. After teaching the workers how to use it, he sat down in his seat, exhausted.
“Sir, we could have solved the problems in a much simpler and cheaper way，” a worker said.
“We can put a huge fan near the packing machine. The wind coming from the fan will blow away the empty boxes, leaving the other boxes with soap.”
See, this is smart work. In order to succeed, we should not only work hard like the engineer, but also think smart like this worker.
( )1. Some students spend less time on schoolwork but do better in exams ________.
A．because of their hard work
B．because of different education
C．because they try to find a better way
D．because they study for a much longer time
( )2. Someone wrote to the soap factory and complained that ________.
A．the soapbox he bought was empty B．their soap was too expensive
C．the soap he bought was terrible D．their service was very bad
( )3. The soap factory could only ________ near the packing machine to solve the problems in a much simpler and cheaper way.
A．set some soapboxes B．set an X-ray machine
C．put two large computers D．put a huge fan
( )4. The phrase “blow away” in the passage means “________”.
A．停止 B．远离 C．吹走 D．逃脱
( )5. The article mainly tells us we should ________ in order to succeed.
A．work hard for long hours and study all the time
B．work hard like the engineer and think smart like the worker
C．spend much less time on our schoolwork than before
D．spend enough money repairing the machine for any problem