I. 听句子，选择正确图片。每个 句子读两遍。(每小题1分，共5分)
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( )6. A . I’m in Class One. B. I’m in China. C. I’m in Grade Seven.
( )7. A. It’s Tom. B. It’s Mike’s. C. It’s new.
( )8. A. Sorry, I don’t know him. B. Li Dong is at school. C. Yes, you’re right.
( )9. A. Where is the fish? B. Thank you. C. I don’t think your fish is very nice.
( )10. A. Good idea. B. OK, playing guitar is my favorite. C. Yes, I’d like to.
( )11. A. New. B. Old. C. Nice.
( )12. A. Apples. B. Bananas. C. Oranges.
( )13. A. 8723-5691. B. 8732-5691. C. 8271-5693.
( )14. A. In an office. B. She teaches English. C. In a school.
( )15. A. He would like a red jacket. B. He would like a white jacket.
C. He would like a yellow jacket.
( )16. Jim is ____ years old. A. 14 B. 13 C. 11
( )17. Jim’s father is ____. A. a driver B. a teacher C. a farmer
( )18. Jim and Susan study in ____.
A. the same grade B. the same school C. different schools
( )19. Jim is in ____. A. Grade Seven B. Grade Eight C. Grade Nine
( )20. Jim’s family is from ____. A. China B. England C. the U.S.A.
( ) 1. ---________ is the school trip?
A. When；In B. Where；In C. What；On D. When；On
( ) 2. ---What about ________ football after school?
A. play B. to play C. playing D. plays
( ) 3. ---Do you like this skirt?
---No, I want a short one. This one is _____ for me.
A. big B. small C. long D. short
( ) 4. ---How much ______ the blue socks?
---_________ three dollars.
A. is; They is B. are; They’re C. is; It’s D. are; It are
( ) 5. ---Is this ________ dictionary?
---No, _____ isn’t _______ dictionary.
A. his; it; me B. your; it; my C. your; this; my D. my; it; my
( ) 6. ---Are Bob’s pens ____ the pencil case? ---Yes, _____ are.
A. on, it B. on, we C. in, they D. in, it
( ) 7. ---What’s your favorite ? ---Pears.
A. color B. fruit C. day D. vegetable
( ) 8. ---Can you help me my math homework, Miss Zhang?
---OK. Come to my house Sunday morning.
A. with; in B. do; at C. to do; on D. to do; in
( ) 9. I am years old today. And my parents have a party for my birthday.
A. twelfth; twelve B. twelfth; twelfth C. twelve; t welfth D. twelve; twelve
( ) 10. --- , is Jim American? --- , I don’t know.
A. Excuse me, Excuse me B. Excuse me, Sorry
C. Sorry, Sorry D. Sorry, Excuse me
There is a little cat in the house. She likes playing with a ball. The ball is very nice. It is the cat’ s good friend.
One day the little cat makes a mistake. The owner ties (系) her to a big tree. She wants to play with the ball. But she can’t get it. The little cat is very sad. “How can I get the ball?” the little cat says. She uses her forepaw (前爪) to get the ball. But it is too hard. She can’ t get the ball.
The little cat thinks and thinks. Then she has an idea. She turns round (转身) and soon she gets the ball. Now she can play with the ball again. How happy she is！
But do you know how she gets the ball?
( ) 1 .The ball is the cat’s good friend.
( ) 2. The owner ties the cat to a big tree, because she doesn’t catch the mouse.
( ) 3. She can get the ball easily（轻易地）.
( ) 4. The Chinese for the word “hard” is “困难的”.
( ) 5. The cat is very happy because she can get the ball at last (最后).
All around the world, people drink tea. But tea does not mean the same thing to everyone. In different countries people have very different ideas about drinking tea.
In China, for example, tea is always served when people get together. The Chinese drink it at any time of the day at homes or in teahouses. They prefer their tea plain, with nothing else in it.
Tea is also important in Japan. The Japanese have a special way of serving tea called a tea ceremony（仪式）. It is very old and full of meaning. Everything must be done in a special way in the ceremony. There is even a special room for it in Japanese homes.
Another tea-drinking country is England. In England, the late afternoon is “teatime”. Almost everyone has a cup of tea then. The English usually make tea in a teapot and drink it with milk and sugar. They also eat cakes, cookies and little sandwiches at teatime.
In the United States people drink tea mostly for breakfast or after meals. Americans usually use tea bags to make their tea. Tea bags are faster and easier than making tea in teapots. In summer, many Americans drink cold tea — “iced tea”. Sometimes they drink iced tea from cans, like soda.
( ) 6. Iced tea is popular _______.
A. in winter B. for breakfast C. in England D. in the USA
( ) 7. The English like to _______.
A. drink their tea plain B. eat cakes and cookies with their tea
C. have tea with dinner D. drink their tea in a special room
( ) 8. The Chinese drink tea _______.
A. in a special ceremony B. only in teahouses
C. when they get together D. for breakfast
( ) 9. Tea is popular _______.
A. in Asian countries B. only in English-speaking countries
C. only in the USA D. all around the world
( ) 10. The passage is about _______.
A. Chinese tea B. different ways of drin king tea
C. the teatime in England D. why tea is important
My ideal school is not far from my home. It takes me 15 minutes to walk there. In the school, there are a lot of trees and flowers. It’s very beautiful. We also have a big school library, a swimming pool and seven computer rooms. We begin our classes at 8:00 a.m. and finish them at 4:00 p.m. So we have a lot of time for after-school activities. Every day we only do our homework for an hour. Every month we can go on a school trip. How wonderful the school life is!
11. The boy goes to his ideal school on ________.
12. There is a ________, a swimming pool and seven computer rooms in his school.
13. His school ________ at 4:00 p.m.
14. The students have ________ time for after-school activities.
15. They often go on a school trip every ________.
Riding a bike is good exercise and great fun. But what do you do with your old bikes? American girl Nicole Basil has a wonderful answer to this question. She sets up Pedal Power — a charity (慈善团体) to collect (收集) old bikes and gives them to people wh o need them.
Nicole, 12, starts Pedal Power when she is only 8. She collects more than 250 bikes each year. Every November, Pedal Power holds a bike race t o ask for more donations (捐赠品).
Nicole also gives bikes to students as prizes. Top students and hardworking students both get them. “Some kids aren’t as lucky as others, but they still do well in school,” she says. “And I think they should get a prize.”
A bicycle shop helps Nicole check (检查) every bike for the races. The owner says he is happy to help the charity. “This is just wonderful,” he says. “We need to learn from Nicole to help others.”
16. What does Nicole do with the old bikes?
17. How long has Nicole worked at Pedal Power?
18. When does Nicole hold a bike race to ask for more old bikes?
19. What kind of students can get the bikes as prizes?
20. What does the shop owner do to help the charity?
Paul: (1)_______________________________, Jenny, but I don’t have a computer.
Jenny: Then let’s play volleyball.
Jenny: OK, let’s watch TV.
Paul: That sounds boring. Hmm…(4)__________________________ Do you have a soccer ball?
Jenny: No, I don’t.
Paul: Oh. Well, (5)_____________________________
Jenny: Yes, I do. Let’s play basketball!