1.Pausanias lived in the place ______ we call “Ancient Greece”
A what B which C it D where
2.Pausanias lived in______ we call “Ancient Greece”
A what B that C which D where
3.The children ______ in the future.
A are taken good care B are taken good care of
C will be taken good care of D will be taken good care
4.A new library______ built in our school next month
A is B will be C has been D is being
5.It is clear that hundreds of jobs______ if the factory closes
A lose B will be lost C are lost D will lose
6.Tomorrow is a holiday. Will you _____ the competition at the other school?
A join B join in C take part D take apart
7.I have used this car for almost ten years. I will ________ it with a new one this year
A instead of B take the place C replace D take place
8.The police charged him______ robbery
A of B for C with D in
9.--Can I help you?
-- I’d like a ticket for tonight’s show. How much do you _____
A charge B pay C spend D cost
10.They have worked very hared and _______ to pass the exams.
A worth B deserve C serve D pay
One of the first things that Jim discovered while living with the Greens was that there were different television channels(频道)in Britain, the BBC broadcasts on two channels: BBC1 and BBC2. There is a mixture of serious and light programmes on BBC1; there are mainly serious programmes on BBC2. ITV is an independent(独立的)channel which carries advertisements(广告). There are no advertisements on the BBC, so everyone must pay some money to the BBC each year. There are both serious and light programmes on ITV. Because of the different channels, it is not surprising that you often see each member in Mg. Green’s house wants to choose his or her own favorite channel. This is the sort of thing you hear:
“There’s sports programme on ITV.”
“What’s that, children?”
“We were wondering if we could watch the sports programme on ITV.”
“But I was wondering whether to watch the other programme on BBC1.” And so on. The children like ITV; mother prefers BBC1; father prefers BBC2. Jim hasn’t made up his mind.
1. We can conclude(推论)that Jim .
A. is a member of the Greens
B. had no idea whether to watch TV
C. was once a guest in the Greens
D. prefers ITV to the BBC
2. There are no advertisements on .
A. ITV B. BBC1 only C. BBC2 only D. BBC1, nor on BBC2
3. What programme did the children want to watch?
A. A sports programme. B. A serious programme.
C. A light programme. D. An advertisement.
4. Why do people have to pay some money each year?
A. Some of the TV channels are not free.
B. All of the TV channels are free
C. None of the TV channels are free.
D. People are not free to choose their favorite programmes.
5. How many persons are mentioned in the passage?
A. Three. B. Four. C. Five. D. At least five.
.Baron Pierre de Coubertin was a Frenchman. At his time sports were not taught in French schools. De Coubertin believed that sports should go hand in hand with studies. He had an idea. His idea was to begin the Olympics all over again.
Sports teachers of other countries liked de Coubertion’s ideas. So in 1896, the modern Olympic Games were held in Athens(雅典), Greece. Since then the Olympics have been held once every four years, except three times, when there were wars.
Before the start of the Olympic Games, runners carry lighted torch(火炬)through many nations towards the stadium(运动场)where the games will be held. These sportsmen are from different countries. Yet they work together to carry the Olympic torch. It is passed from runner to runner. When the last runner enters the stadium, he or she places the torch in a special(专门的)basin filled with oil. It catches fire. It is then, only then, that the Olympic Games can begin.
The Olympic flame(火焰)burns throughout the games. It is the flame of peace.
6. Before 1896 French schools didn’t teach .
A. maths B. history C. sports D. physics
7. De Coubertin .
A. was the first man to start the Olympic Games
B. helped start the modern Olympic Games
C. believed that sports were less important than studies
D. failed to begin the modern Olympic Games
8. According to this passage, the third modern Olympic Games should have been held in .
A. 1915 B. 1924 C. 1896 D. 1904
9. “Marathon” in this passage is .
A. a foot race B. a jumping contest(比赛)
C. field sports D. a boxing(拳击)match
10. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. The Olympic Games don’t begin until the basin of oil catches fire.
B. The torch is carried from runner to runner through many countries.
C. Runners who carry the torch can be men or women.
D. After the start of the Olympics, the Olympic flame is put out.
11.How many ___________ (奖牌) did China get in the 28th Olympic Games?
12.This kind of change is called ___________ (物理) change.
13.You should _________ (保证) not to lend it to others if you want to use it.
14.The man __________ (承认) that he murdered a little girl and may be sentenced to death.
15.London will _________ (主办) the 30th Olympic Games.
16.Before the Civil War in America, Negroes were s__________. 17.This kind of car is a__________ on TV every day. You can easily find out its description and the price you want.
18.We"ve had 200 applicants (申请人) for the job, but we only plan to i________ about 20 of them.