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  • 1. 阅读理解
        A businessman was once deep in debt(债务) and could see no way out. He sat on a park bench, head in hands, wondering if anything could save his company.
        Suddenly an old man appeared in front of him. "I can see that something is troubling you," he said. After listening to the businessman's trouble, the old man said, "I believe I can help you."
        He asked the man his name, wrote out a check(支票) and pushed it into his hand, saying, "Take this money. Meet me here exactly one year from today, and you can pay me back at that time." Then he turned and disappeared.
        The businessman saw his hand a check for $500,000, signed by John D. Rockefeller. One of the richest men in the world.
        "It can solve my problem at once!" the businessman realized. But instead, he decided to put the check in his safe. Just knowing it was there that might give him the strength(力量) to work out a way to save his business, he thought.
        After that, he did better in his business. Within a few months, he was out of debt and making money once again.
        Exactly one year later, he returned to the park with the check. At the agreed-upon(约定的) time, the old man appeared. But just as the businessman was about to hand back the check and share his successful story, a nurse came running up and caught the old man.
        "I'm so glad I caught him!" she cried. "I hope he hasn't been troubling you. He's always escaping from the hospital and telling people he's John D. Rockefeller."
        And then she led the old man away by the arm. The businessman just stood there, suddenly, he realized that it wasn't the money, real or imagined, that had turned his life around. It was his newfound self-confidence(自信心) that gave him the strength to achieve anything he went after.
    1. (1)By saying "it can solve my problem at once", the businessman wanted to show        .
    2. (2)Which is the correct order?
      a. The businessman did better in his business and was out of debt soon.
      b. A nurse told the businessman the old man always ran away from the hospital.
      c. An old man gave the businessman a check for $ 500, 000.
      d. The businessman went back to the park to meet the old man.
    3. (3)Which word can be put in the blank "        " in the last paragraph?
    4. (4)The best title for the passage is        .
  • 1. 阅读下面短文,在空白处填上一个适当的单词,或填入括号中所给单词的正确形式。(每空不多于 2 个单词)
        Gina's mother found that her daughter never shared anything with her  {#blank#}1{#/blank#}(friend). She also found other children didn't like playing {#blank#}2{#/blank#}her daughter. They said Gina always made them unhappy. Then Gina's mother told her a story of an ant and a dove(鸽子).
        “One day an ant fell into a river and tried {#blank#}3{#/blank#}(save) itself. A dove got a leaf and let it fall into the river close to the ant. The ant climbed onto it  {#blank#}4{#/blank#} went to the bank safely. Later, a man came and  {#blank#}5{#/blank#}(want) to catch the dove. The ant stung(蜇) him on the foot. The man cried out and the sound made the dove fly away. It told us that  {#blank#}6{#/blank#} you are kind to others, you will be treated well.”
        Gina remembered  {#blank#}7{#/blank#} story from then on. Later, she helped her classmate Rita with math {#blank#}8{#/blank#}  Rita was not very good at it. Rita also helped Gina. One day, Gina was  {#blank#}9{#/blank#}(tidy) up the classroom. It was hard for  {#blank#}10{#/blank#}(she) to finish the work herself. Rita decided to help Gina clean the classroom. This made Gina think of the story of the ant and the dove. From that day, Gina realized the importance of the friendship, and she began to enjoy helping others.
  • 1. 你们一到那儿,就开始工作了吗?
  • 1. 假如你是 Diana,你的笔友 Alice 给你发来邮件,请你根据邮件内容给她回一封邮件,与她交流看法,帮她解决烦恼。
    Dear Diana,
        How is everything going?
        I have a problem with my mother. She talks too much. "Turn off the computer." "Do your homework first." "Get up quickly." "Be careful while crossing the street." "Put on more clothes.” I'm really bored with her orders. What shall I do? Can you give me some advice? I'm looking forward to your reply.
    Yours,
    Alice
  • 1. 听下面一段较长对话,回答问题。
    1. (1)Why did Lily look sad?
    2. (2)How long was Lily away from school?
    3. (3)How will they help Lily?
  • 1. 听下面一段独白,根据所听信息在句子的空白处填入所缺单词,每空一词。
    1. (1)The English Party will be held on{#blank#}1{#/blank#}24th.
    2. (2)The theatre is near the{#blank#}1{#/blank#}, so we can go there on foot.
    3. (3)There will be some English songs and{#blank#}1{#/blank#}at the party.
    4. (4)The party will begin at eight in the{#blank#}1{#/blank#}.
    5. (5)Everybody should get to the theatre{#blank#}1{#/blank#}minutes earlier.
  • 1. 阅读理解
        I was cute, active and happy until that day when I was 15 months old. I had a bad fall. I landed on a glass rabbit and cut one of my eyes badly enough to blind me. The doctor said that if the eye was taken out, my face would look worse, so my scared and blind eye lives on with me.
        People often ask me uncomfortable questions about my eye or even play jokes on me. When the kids played games, I was always the "bad guy". Everyone looked down on me. Yet every time mom noticed I was unhappy, she would say to me, "Hold your head up high and face the world." It helped me move on in life.
        As a child, I thought mom meant: "Be careful or you will fall down or knock into something because you are not looking." As a teenager, I always looked down to hide my shame, but I found that people liked me when I held my head up high. In high school I was even made monitor, but outside I still felt like a freak(怪物). All I really wanted was to look like everyone else. When things got really bad, I would cry to my mom and she would look at me with loving eyes and say, "Hold your head up high and face the world. Let them see the love that is inside."
        Mom's love gave me confidence. Finally I was able to look people in the eye. I learned not only to appreciate(欣赏) myself but also to have deep love for others.
    1. (1)What happened to the writer when she was 15 months old?
    2. (2)People were        to the writer when she was young.
    3. (3)Which of the following about the writer is TRUE according to the passage?
    4. (4)In the passage, the writer wants to tell us we should          .
  • 1. 阅读理解
        Do you love a tomato fight? Come to Spain and enjoy its famous tomato festival, La Tomatina. The Spanish love to eat tomatoes. Tomato sauce is served on the side with fried eggs, chicken, meat and omelets at most Spanish dinner table.
        There was a parade in Bunol on the last Wednesday of August of 1945 when a fight broke out between some young men. Taking advantage of the nearby fruit and vegetable stall(货摊), they threw tomatoes at each other. The following year the young people brought tomatoes with them to the parade and started a tomato fight again. Each year the fight continued, and in fact, since 1980 the city government has provided the tomatoes.
        Today, La Tomatina is celebrated on the last Wednesday in August in the small town of Bunol in eastern Spain. The festival starts at 11:00 am with the sound of a cannon(大炮)shot being fired and ends one hour later. Last year 40,000 people took part in throwing over 100 tons of tomatoes in the streets and this year even more are expected.
        During the tomato fight, you must not bring bottles or other kinds of objects which could cause an accident. You must not tear or throw T-shirts. The tomatoes must be squashed(压烂)before throwing them to avoid hurting people. You must be careful of any lorry (truck or van). When you hear the second shot, you must stop throwing tomatoes. When the fight is over, everyone then sets off to the river to clear up. Sounds like fun!
    1. (1)The underlined word "omelets" might mean "        ".
    2. (2)Which of the following about La Tomatina is true?
    3. (3)We can infer from the passage        .
    4. (4)Paragraph 4 mainly tells us that         .
  • 1. What sport does the man like?
    A . Tennis. B . Basketball. C . Football.
  • 1. 阅读理解
        When I was ten, my mother worked all day so I had to take care of my younger brother. At that time my little brother was about four years old and he missed mum all the time.
        One day, after I had given him his dinner, he started crying for mum. He was so young and really needed mum. So I dressed him, put on his shoes, carried him on my back and walked out. Soon he fell asleep. About half an hour later, I found that he had lost a shoe while sleeping. I took him off my back and put him down. I knew we needed to find that shoe, for our mother couldn't afford new shoes. We had to go back to find it, so I told my brother to wait right there. A man heard it and stopped me just before I walked off. He asked me, "You are leaving your brother here to find the shoe? What would you do if he is not here when you return?" I did not know how to answer that question. He continued, "It's OK if you can't find the shoe, but it is not OK to lose your brother." Then he sent us to mum's workplace by taxi.
        I have depended on(依靠) the kindness of many strangers in my whole life, I feel regretful that I can't find them and say thank you. I do not even remember what the man's face looked like, but he taught me a lesson—people are more important than things.
    1. (1)Why did the younger brother cry for his mother?
    2. (2)What does the underlined word "regretful" in the last paragraph mean?
    3. (3)What did the man mean by saying "It's OK if you can't find the shoe, but it's not OK to lose your brother"?
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