英语外研八年级上综合测评 Module 12
第Ⅰ卷 听力部分 (15分)
1.My sister did some cleaning at home yesterday morning.
2.Stop chatting，boys and girls.Let"s begin our class.
3.Don"t open the present now!You must wait and open it later.
4.He is good at playing chess.
5.You"d better use soap to wash your hands.
1.______ 2.______ 3.______ 4.______ 5.______
M：Mum，can I take the dictionary to school?
W：No，you can"t take it away.
6.Can the boy take aw ay the dictionary?
A.Yes, he can.
B.No, he can"t.
C.We don"t know.
M：I am late.I must go to school immediately.
W：Don"t worry，dear.It is Saturday today.You don"t need to go to school.
7.Where are the two speakers?
B.In the school.
C.In the shop.
M：What can"t I do when I walk around?
W：You can"t smoke and you must listen to the guide.
8.What must the man do?
C.Listen to the guide.
M：May I borrow your colour pencil?
W：Certainly.Take this one，please.
9.What does the man want to do?
A.Buy a colour pencil.
B.Borr ow a colour pencil.
C.Buy a colour pen.
M：Miss Liu，must I finish my homework in class now?
W：No，you needn"t.You can do it at home and hand it in tomorrow.
10.Must the boy finish his homework in class?
A.Yes, he must.
B.No, he mustn"t.
C.No, he needn"t.
Ⅲ.听短文，判断正 (T) 误 (F) (5分)
Different countries have different traditions for birthday.In Spain，to wish the child a happy birthday，his friends are going to pull on his ears a few times，once for each year.In France，the children usually invite their friends to go out to dinner for the birthday.In America，the parents often have a birthday party for their child.The child and his friends often have fun at the party.In Denmark，presents are put around the child"s bed while he/she is sleeping so that he/she will see them at once when waking up.
11.Different countries celebrate (庆祝) birthday in different ways.
12.In Spain, the friends pull (拉) on the birthday child"s ears a few times, once for each year.
13.In France, the parents often have a birthday party for their child.
14.In the USA, the children usually eat in a restaurant with their friends for the birthday.
15.In Denmark (丹麦), on the birthday the child can see presents around his/her bed when waking up.
第Ⅱ卷 笔试部分 (85分)
16.—Do we have to finish our homework this afternoon?
—Yes, you ______.
A.must B.can C.may D.need
17.It doesn"t look like rain, so you ______ bring your umbrella with you.
A.shouldn"t B.mustn"t C.can"t D.needn"t
18.—Let"s go dancing tonight!
—Sorry, I ______.I have to go to a meeting.
A.mustn"t B.may not C.needn"t D.can"t
19.The two boys ______ Canadians.
A.are both B.both are C.are all D.all are
20.The children are making so much ______.Ple ase tell them to be quiet.
A.space B.noise C.foo d D.time
21.—Can I take photos here?
—You"d better not.Look at the sign “______” .
22.Tom, your gift is too expensive.I can"t ______ it.
A.pay B .buy C.cost D.accept
23.The girl ______ at her brother because he broke her favourite glass.
A.shouted B.smiled C.laughed D.looked
24.—Could I speak to Betty, please?
—______.She"s coming in a minute.xkb1.com
A.Get a move on B.Come on C.Hang on, please D.Wait and see
25.—Pass me that ball please.
—Here you are.______!
A.Forget B.Listen C.Catch D.Throw
American people have the habit of saying “Thank you” when something kind is done for them or something polite is said to them, no matter how easy the thing is.This habit is learned by people of many 26 countries.
You should say “Thank you” when someone 27 you the salt on the table, when someone steps aside to let you 28 in a corridor (走廊) , when someone 29 ahead of you keeps the door open __30__ you, when someone says your work is well __31__ or you have bought a nice thing, or your city is very beautiful. “Thank you” is __32__ not only between strangers or new friends, but also between old friends, parents and children, brothers and sisters, husbands and wives.Parents often tell __33__ children that they should say “Thank you” in answering to a kind word or act when they are only four __34__ five years old.Perhaps that"s __35__ almost everyone has got this habit.
26.A.others B.another C.other D.else
27.A.puts B.passes C.carries D.borrows
28.A.pass B.jump C.sing D.dance
29.A.jumps B.walks C.sits D.walking
30.A.to B.with C.for D.on
31.A.made B.done C.built D.doing
32.A.tell B.said C.to say D.told
33.A.his B.theirs C.their"s D.their
34.A.but B.and C.or D.so
35.A.why B.because C.when D.reason
In America, just as in Europe, men usually open doors for women, and women always walk ahead of men into a room or a restaurant, unless the men have to be ahead of the ladies to choose the table, to open the door of a car or do some other things like the above.On the street, men almost always walk or cross the street on the closer side of the ladies to the traffic (交通).But if a man walks with two ladies, he should walk between them.Then if the host (主人) or hostess (女主人) or both of them come in a car to get their guest for dinner, the guest should sit at the front seat and leave the back seat though there are no people sitting on it.
36.In America, men usually ______.
A.walk ahead of women B.eat in a restaurant
C.walk behind women D.drive a car to work
37.In the street, men ______.
A.cross the street
B.walk on the right side of the ladies
C.walk near the ladies
D.walk on the closer side of the ladies to the traffic
38.If a man walks with two ladies, he should ______.
A.walk between them B.run before them
C.follow them D.go away
39.If a man asks you to speak at a meeting, first you should say, “______”
A.How are you? B.Is everyone here?
C.Ladies an d gentlemen. D.How do you do?
40.If Mrs Green invites you to her house in a car, you should ______.
A.jump into the car B.sit at the front seat
C.sit at the back seat D.drive the car
Enjoying Dinner with Friends in America
Americans, like many people elsewhere in the world, like to invite friends to their hom es for an evening of food, drink and conversation.Formal dinners, in fine homes and hotels in the United States are much the same as formal dinners anywhere in the world.But as most people in the United States have no servants (佣人) , their dinner parties at home are mostly informal.Guests may sit down at a table, or, as many new small homes have no separate (单独的) dining room or very small dining space, guests can also serve themselves and eat in the living room, holding their plates on their knees.
A more enjoyable form of entertainment is the picnic.Americans are great picnickers, and almost every family has a picnic basket.Summer invitations are often for a picnic at a park or in the open countryside.Unless hamburgers or hot dogs are cooked over a fire, picnic food is usually cold sandwiches, salads, potato chips, etc.Watermelon is a favourite dessert, followed very often by baseball for the young and active, and naps (打盹) for the weary (疲惫的; 困乏的).
41.What do most Americans like to do?
A.To entertain friends at home with food and drink.
B.To invite friends to some fine homes.
C.To spend an evening with friends in the country.
42.Why do most Americans prefer informal parties?
A.Because they have no servants to help them.
B.Because their houses are too small to hold formal dinner parties.
C.Because it takes them too much time to prepare formal parties.
43.Where do guests sit and eat at informal dinner?
A.At a table in the dinning room.
B.In the living room.
C.Both A and B.
44.According to the passage, what do people usually NOT have for a picnic?
A.Cooked food. B.Hot food. C.Cold food.
45.Why is the picnic said to be a more enjoyable form of entertainment?
A.Because people can be closer to nature.
B.Because a dessert is served.
C.Because the whole family can have it together.
Both the British and Americans speak English.However, there are several differences between American English and British English.For example, the words they use in daily life are not the same.The British call the first floor of a building the ground floor.The floor above the ground floor is the first floor, which Americans call the second floor.Once you go to Britain and America, you may notice other differences.The British usually hide the ir feelings.They don"t often start a talk with strangers.On the trai n the British often spend their time reading newspapers or books.But Americans are more active and easier to talk with.
46.a______=at or to a higher point
47.h______=to stop somebody or something from being seen
48.Both the British and Americans speak English.
______ ______ the British ______ ______ Americans speak English.
49.However, there are several differences between American English and British English.
However, American English is ______ ______ British English in several ways.
50.What do the British often spend their time reading on the train?
51.Linda took out 200 yuan from her p______ to pay for her new dress.
52.My grandma w______ the golden ring with a piece of red cloth.
53.David asked Rose to his birthday party and she a______ his invitation.
54.I r______ an email yesterday but I didn"t know who sent it to me.
55.I g______ everyone I met by saying “Good morning” when I walked into the school.
56.I liked to ______ (聊天) with my aunt when I was young.
57.John wants to invite all his good friends to his ______ (婚礼).
58.The ______ (风俗) in America are quite different from ours.
59.The woman rushed out ______ (立刻) when she heard the news that her child was hurt.
60.—Would you please take out t he ______ (垃圾) , Tim?
A.What can I do for you?
B.I"m going to England for my holiday.
C.You are welcome.
E.What should I call people there?
F.It"s very kind of you.
G.And you mustn"t talk loudly in public places.
A: Hi, Peter!Where are you going for your winter holiday? m
B: Hi, Bill!61.______ Can you tell me some rul es and customs in England?
A: 62.______ First, you should drive on the left side of the road.
B: OK!What"s the next?
B: I see.Is there anything else?
A: It"s not polite to ask personal questions, like “How old are you?” and “What"s your salary (薪水) ?”
A: You can call them Mr, Mrs, Ms or Miss before their family name.
B: Great.Thanks very much.
提示： 主人host 代替instead of 吃光eat up
How are you?I"m glad to hear that you"ll come to visit China.Now let me tell you some customs in China.
I hope you will have a good time in China.
Ⅰ. 1.D 2.A 3.E 4.B 5.F
Ⅱ.6- 10 BACBC w
Ⅲ. 11-15 TTFFT
Ⅳ. 16-25 ADDAB BDACC
Ⅴ. 26-35 CBADC BBDCA
Ⅵ. 36-40 CDACB
41.~ 45. AACBA
48 Not only;but also
49 different from
50 Newspapers or books.
51 purse 52 wrapped 53 accepted 54 received 55 greeted
56 chat 57 wedding 58 customs 59 immediately 60 litter
Ⅷ. 61.B 62.D 63.G 64.E 65.C
When you are in China，you must walk on the right.It"s just opposite to England.You can just say hello to others when you meet them instead of shaking hands often.When you have meals, you use chopsticks instead of knives and forks.The host often asks you to eat more food.If you"re full, you needn"t eat up the food on the plate.After eating, the host often makes tea for you.When you leave the house, you should say goodbye to the host politely.