（ ）1. A. Yes, I would. B. Yes, please. C. No, I wouldn’t.
（ ）2. A. No, thanks. B. Yes, we shall. C. Great idea.
（ ）3. A. That’s a pity. B. I’m glad to hear that. C. It’s my lucky day.
（ ）4. A. What do you think? B. Bad news. C. That sounds wonderful.
（ ）5. A. Tell me more. B. Good luck. C. I’m not sure.
（ ）6．What does Tony want to borrow from Mary?
A．A notebook. B．A magazine. C．A novel.
（ ）7．How many people will there be at the party?
A．Six. B．Seven. C．Eight.
（ ）8．How old was the boy’s mother in the photo?
A．19. B．20. C．21.
（ ）9．What was her English teacher like then?
A．Tall and beautiful. B．Short and fat. C．Short but fit.
（ ）10. What are they talking about?
A. A monkey. B. A dog. C. A cat.
（ ）11. Why couldn’t the man go to sleep?
A. Because the pet(宠物) cried all night.
B. Because he needed to take care of the pet.
C. Because he needed to take photos of the pet.
（ ）12. What does the man think of his pet?
A. Quiet. B. Beautiful. C. Lovely.
（ ）13. What should a monitor do?
A. Help to plan special activities for the class.
B. Collect old books and bottles.
C. Make a lot of friends.
（ ）14. Why did Bruce collect old books?
A. To make money.
B. To hold a big party.
C. To give them to poor children.
（ ）15. What did Jenny do to realize(实现) her dream?
A. She held a party at her home.
B. She made a wonderful speech(演讲).
C. She gave some money to the poor.
The city the Greens went to （16）________________________________.
How many days they spent there （17）________________________________.
Their favorite place of interest （18）________________________________.
Feelings of the whole trip （19）Enjoyable and ____________________.
The way they went back to Shanghai （20）________________________________.
（ ）21．?The cook tasted the soup _____ and it tasted _____.
A．careful；good B．carefully；good C．carefully；well
（ ）22．Stop singing that song. It _____ nice.
A．sounds B．doesn’t sound C．isn’t sounding
（ ）23．— How do you feel about the party?
— ______. I am looking forward to the next one.
A．Happy B．Happily C．Unhappy
（ ）24．— ______?
— They are very friendly.
A．What do your new classmates like?
B．What are your new classmates like?
C．What do your new classmates look like?
（ ）25．The students were excited ______ the coming holiday.
A．about B．in C．with
（ ）26．— Have you ______ Jack so far?
— No, he went to the UK two weeks ago. I miss him so much.
A．heard B．heard of C．heard from
（ ）27．Tom, here is a(n) ______ for you. Tina called you when you weren’t here.
A．message B．information C．article
（ ）28．After singing for half an hour, the students __________.
A．stopped drinking water B．stopped to drink water C．began to sing
（ ）29．Please ________ how to improve our maths. Let’s share our ideas next week.
A．think about B．worry about C．be excited about
（ ）30．Tom _______ translate the story into Chinese. His parents can understand English.
A．needs to B．doesn’t need to C．needs not to
（ ）31．— ______ you ______ the doctor?
— Yes, and the medicine works. So I feel better now.
A．Have；seen B．Do；see C. Will；see
（ ）32．They ______ the zoo and that’s why they know nothing about it.
A．has visited B．hasn’t visited C．visit
（ ）33．Mr. Jackson ______ Shenzhen three times but he had no time to meet old friends.
A．has gone to B．has been to C．goes to
（ ）34．Their ideas are different from ______.
A．us B．our C．ours
（ ）35．— How do you go to work every day?
— _______ a bus.
A．By B．On C．In
There is good news for the children in the countryside.
We may still remember the girl with big 36 . Her big eyes seem to 37 us her dream: I want to go to 38 ! In China, there are still 39 boys and girls who cannot go to school like her. Their 40 are very poor. If the family has two or three children, it is even harder to 41 the money for all the children’s schooling. The parents often ask 42 to stay at home, and boys to go to school.
Now they don’t 43 the money. From 2006 on, children can go to school for free in some poor places. They don’t have to pay for books and other things. Some of them can even get money from the government（政府）to make their life 44 . Soon, all the children in the countryside can go to school for free. The dream of the poor children will 45 . And all families are very happy with the news.
（ ）36. A. ears B. eyes C. mouths
（ ）37. A. speak B. tell C. say
（ ）38. A. work B. bed C. school
（ ）39. A. several B. no C. a lot of
（ ）40. A. schools B. cities C. families
（ ）41. A. pay B. cost C. spend
（ ）42. A. all the children B. girls C. boys
（ ）43. A. find B. worry about C. take care of
（ ）44. A. better B. rich C. interesting
（ ）45. A. come true B. be funny C. be impossible to realize
Scientists will put some robot fish into the sea near Spain this year. These robot fish will help people find out the pollution in the water. If the robot fish are able to finish their work successfully, the team of scientists hopes the fish will be used in rivers, lakes and seas around the world.
The robot fish are about 1.5 metres long. There will be a detector (探测器) in their bodies. It can find the pollution in the water, and then the robot fish will eat part of it.
Unlike other robots, they don’t need to be opearted (操作) by people far away. The robots all have an eight-hour battery (电池). They can “swim” in the sea freely and send back information to people on the beach. After their batteries run down, they will go back to the beach by themselves.
There are five robot fish altogether. Each costs about 29,000 dollars. They are part of a three-year project between the engineering company BMT Group and Essex University in southeastern England.
（ ）46. The robot fish will help people find out _______ in the water.
A. more fish B. some people C. some batteries D. the pollution
（ ）47. What will the robots do if they find the pollution in the water?
A. They will eat part of it. B. They will stop working.
C. They will tell people where it is. D. They will take it out to the beach.
（ ）48. How long can a battery in their bodies work each time?
A. For five hours. B. For eight hours. C. For twelve hours. D. For one day.
（ ）49. The five robot fish cost about _______ dollars altogether.
A. 14,500 B. 29,000 C. 145,000 D. 1,450,000
（ ）50. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. The robot fish can eat anything in the water.
B. The robot fish need to be opearted by people.
C. The robot fish are 1.5 metres long and they look like sharks.
D. The robot fish can go back to the beach when the batteries run down.
One day, a farmer was walking along a road with his son Thomas. The father said, “Look! There’s a horseshoe. Pick it up and put it in your bag.” Thomas said, “It isn’t worth(值得) the trouble.” His father said nothing but he picked it up himself. When they got to a nearby town, they had a rest. There the farmer sold the horseshoe and with the few pennies he bought some cherries(樱桃).
The father and the son continued their way. The sun was well up in the sky, and there wasn’t a house or even a tree where they could have a rest. Thomas felt too thirsty(口渴的) to walk on. At the moment, his father dropped a cherry on the ground and Thomas picked it up quickly and ate it. After a while, his father dropped another cherry and once again, his son picked it up and put it in his mouth.
And so they went on. The old farmer dropped the cherries and the son picked them up. When Thomas had caught up all the cherries, his father said to him, “My dear son, if you had bent(弯腰) down in the beginning to pick up that horseshoe, you wouldn’t have bent so many times for the cherries. Always remember this lesson: If someone don’t worry about the little things, he will find it impossible for him to do the great things.”
（ ）51. Who picked up the cherries on the ground?
A. Thomas. B. The farmer.
C. Both the father and the son. D. Nobody.
（ ）52. The farmer bought some ______ with the money after he sold the horseshoe.
A. bread B. water C. cherries D. pennies
（ ）53. When the son refused to pick up the horseshoe, the father ______.
A. did nothing B. said nothing C. felt worried D. got angry
（ ）54. The father dropped the cherry one by one, because ______.
A. he wanted to teach his son a lesson
B. he wanted his son to do more exercise
C. he wanted his son to eat them all
D. he wanted to punish his son for not picking up the horseshoe at first
（ ）55. From the story, we can learn that ______.
A. cherries are so delicious that most people like eating them
B. a horseshoe is so expensive that it can bring us some money
C. we can’t get great things if we lose little things
D. we can’t do something great if we don’t worry about something little
Many families make some house rules to make sure that everyone has a safe and happy home environment when they’re home alone. Different families have different rules, but here are some rules many families follow:
Keep your house keys hidden inside a pocket.
Don’t lend your keys to others.
Hiding a key under a rock or a flowerpot isn’t a good idea.
Don’t open the door to anyone except a sibling(兄弟姐妹) or parent.
Keep all doors locked at all times.
Most families have a rule that no friends are allowed in the house when someone’s at home
alone. This may be no fun but in the end, it is safer for everyone.
Your parents may want you to stay at home and go nowhere — not even a friend’s house, the park, or the store.
Many parents ask their kids to wait until a parent is home before going online.
These may sound pretty strict, but you’ll be surprised how they help you feel safe!
“I sometimes get up at three or four in the morning to surf the Internet.”
“I check my e-mail almost forty times a day.”
“I seldom spend less than three hours each time on the net.”
“I spend more time in chat rooms than with my real-life’ friends.”
Do you know any people like these? They are part of a new addiction(瘾) called Internet addiction. According to experts, Internet addicts(迷) spend at least thirty to forty hours online every week. They lose control of the time they spend on the Internet.
For example, one college student was missing for several days. His friends were worried and looked for him everywhere but couldn’t find him. They called the police. The police found the student in the computer lab: he was surfing the Internet — for seven days straight．
A study shows that about six to ten percent of Internet users become addicted. The teenagers spend more time on the Internet than with friends and family. That’s why some experts worry most about young people.
Is “surfing the Internet” a hobby or an addiction for you? You may have a problem if you have one of the following symptoms(症状):
★You go out with your friends less and less．
★You can’t wait to get online again．
★You’ve decided to spend a short time online，but then you spend several hours．
★You do not go to important family events or you do not do school projects because you like to spend hours on the Internet．
What is the solution? Some experts suggest that people set strict limits on their time for Internet use. You have to learn to control it, or the Internet would control you.
61．According to experts, how many hours do Internet addicts spend online every week?
62．Where did the police find the missing college student?
63．Why do some experts worry most about young people?
64．What will Internet addicts probably do even though they’ve decided to spend a short time online?
65．How can Internet addicts solve their problem?
Everyone needs friends and should have some. If you (66)f________ to make friends, you should think whether there’s anything wrong with your character. To make friends, you must be friendly. A cheerful person smiles. A smile always makes others like you. Smile at someone and you are sure to get a (67)s________ back from him. A friendly person does his (68)b________ to make others feel comfortable. Put yourself in their place and make them feel welcome. Try to (69)r________ names. It makes your new friends happy when you call them by their names, because you don’t forget them. If you don’t (70)a________ with others’ opinions, you should still be friendly. Don’t argue(争吵) (71)b________ try to discuss. You always lose friends if you argue too much. And you should think more of others than of (72)y_______. It’s great for teenagers to keep a good friend (73)o________ some good friends. This is very (74)i________ in children’s growing up, because friends can discuss things which are too difficult to say to the family. (75)F________, don’t believe those who leave you when you’re in trouble. A friend in need is a friend indeed(真正的).
Don’t be afraid! I ____________________________________________________________.
At that time I _______________________________________ the new CD by Justin Bieber.
They ____________________________________________________________ their school.
Jim finds __________________________________________________________________.
Why aren’t you _____________________________________________________________?
林丹是中国最著名的运动员之一。下面是他的档案，请你根据其档案提供的内容以“My Favourite Sportsman”为题写一篇短文。
参考词汇： 羽毛球 badminton 军队 army 到目前为止 so far
My Favourite Sportsman
Lin Dan is one of the best-known Chinese sportsmen.
Module 1 ～ 2过关测试卷
一、1 ~ 5 BCACB
二、6 ~ 10 BCBCB 11 ~ 15 ACACA
三、(16)Shenzhen (17)Six / 6 (18)Windows of the World
(19) relaxing (20)By train
四、21 ~ 25 BBABA 26 ~ 30 CABAB 31 ~ 35 ABBCB
五、36 ~ 40 BBCCC 41 ~ 45 ABBAA
六、46 ~ 50 DABCD 51 ~ 55 ACBAD 56 ~ 60 BADCF
61. They spend at least thirty to forty hours.
62. They found him in the computer lab.
63. Because the teenagers spend more time on the Internet than with friends and family.
64. They will probably spend several hours.
65. They can solve their problem by setting strict limits on their time for Internet use.
七、(66)fail (67)smile (68)best (69)remember (70)agree
(71)but (72)yourself (73)or (74)important (75)Finally
八、76．difficult/hard to communicate with
77．hasn’t been in excellent condition
78．was wet all over
79．has worn glasses
80．has taken，to search for
九、 My Favourite Sportsman
Lin Dan is one of the best-known Chinese sportsmen. He is 30 years old. He is about 1.8 meters tall and he has black hair. He looks very strong and friendly. He often smiles and he is very polite. He likes reading novels and watching films when he is free. He began to show his interest in badminton at the age of 5. In 1995, he joined the army. So far, he has won many prizes in many competitions.
1. Would you like to try some chocolate cookies?
2. Shall we go swimming this afternoon?
3. Tony, I can’t go to the concert with you tonight! I have to work.
4. During our trip, we will visit the Tower Bridge and the British Museum.
5. I will take an important exam tomorrow.
M: Hello, Mary. Long time no see!
W: Yes, Tony. It is very nice to see you.
M: I want to borrow your sports magazine.
W: Here you are.
M: And what are you cooking? It smells delicious!
W: I am making a birthday cake for Edison.
M: Are you going to have a party for him tonight?
W: Yes. We will eat the cake, have a barbecue on the grass, sing and dance together.
M: That sounds like a great idea! Who are going to the party?
W: Er … Betty, Jack, Linda, Tom, Jerry and me!
M: Can I join in the party?
W: Sure. Welcome to.
M: Mum, I saw a photo of you in the bedroom.
W: Let me have a look. Oh, I was at the university then.
M: How old were you.
W: 19…no, it should be 20.
M: Who was that lady next to you?
W: She was my English Teacher, Lily.
M: She was beautiful.
W: Yes. We loved her very much. She was really popular in our university.
M: She looked a bit short but very fit.Do you see each other sometimes?
W: Yes. Lily is not only my teacher but also my friend.
M: I am looking forward to seeing her one day.
W: Hi, Kevin. What’s wrong? You look tired.
M: Hi, Sarah. I’m OK. I bought a pet dog yesterday.
W: You are busy looking after it?
M: No, but it cried all night.
M: I’m not sure. But it kept me awake.
W: I’m sorry to hear that. You love the dog very much, don’t you?
M: Yes, of course. I have lots of photos in my school bag in the classroom. I will show you some. I think you will like her if you see her.
W: She is wearing a jacket, standing on the sofa. She looks like a monkey. I love her. I want to have a dog just like her.
M: Oh, I will give you one if she has puppies.
M: No problem.
W: OK. I can’t wait. I’m so excited because your dog looks so lovely.
Bruce and Jenny both wanted to be the class monitor. It was a big job because the monitor had to help plan special activities for the class, such as holiday parties, picnics and field trips.
Bruce really wanted to be a monitor. So he made a speech, telling the class what he would do if he was successful. For example, Bruce wanted to collect old books among the students and give them to poor children. He also wanted to recycle the used bottles to make money for a trip to the beach. Bruce had been working hard for his dream.
Jenny hadn’t done much for her dream. She thought she had a lot of friends who would choose her. Instead of a speech, she held a big party at her home.
Several days later, the result came out. Bruce won.
The Greens have been living in Shanghai for several years. They love the Chinese culture and enjoy their life here a lot. They like travelling around the country and they just finished their trip to Shenzhen. It was enjoyable and relaxing. They arrived there by plane on Monday. On Tuesday, they went to the Happy Valley. They played a lot of games there. They were very interesting and exciting. On Wednesday, they went to the beach to enjoy the sun and swimming. They spent two days there. On Friday, they visited a place called Windows of the World. They learned much about the world from the park so they liked this place best. On Saturday, they went shopping and took a train back to Shanghai. Now they are planning their next trip. Where are they going? They are looking for some useful information on the Internet. Anyway, it will be a relaxing trip as well.