一、判断题 (共 10 道试题,共 20 分)
1.— Excuse me, where is the nearest bank, please? — It’s not sure
2.—What’s the matter with you? —I’ve got a bad cough
3.—You must be Mr. Smith. I’m Peter. —Yes, I’m fine.
4.— Hi, Tom, how is everything with you? — Hm, not too bad.
5.— Excuse me, how much is the jacket? — How do you like it?
6.—Would you like some crisps? — No, I’m sorry.
7.—Where are you from? — I am from London.
8.—What does your English teacher look like? — She likes singing.
9.—What’s the weather like in Beijing? — That’s all right.
10.—Is there a bank near here? —Yes. The bank is on the corner.
二、单选题 (共 10 道试题,共 20 分)
11._______ any yoga classes in the evenings?
12.Which is ________, the Yangtze River or the Yellow River?
A.a bit long
13.I’m _______ a list of things to buy.
14.Rose is experienced ____ training.
15.She is making _______ a cup of coffee.
16.When are you _____ London _______ Paris?
A.leave, go to
C.leaving from, to
17.I think there will ________ 50 people at tomorrow’s party.
18.Carlos ________ serve the drinks and take the orders.
19.Hurry up. We don’t have _______ time.
20.I’ll give _______.
A.the man the book
B.the book the man
C.the book for the man
三、阅读理解 (共 3 道试题,共 45 分)
25.Helen’s husband is Mark. Mark and Helen have got two children: a son and a daughter. The son’s name is Andrew and the daughter’s name is Joyce. Joyce has got two children, a son and a daughter. So Helen and Mark have got two grandchildren. Helen’s granddaughter’s name is Pam and her grandson’s name is Dan. Andrew isn’t married and he hasn’t got any children. Pam and Dan like playing on the computer with their uncle. Andrew also likes playing football with his brother-in-law, Tom.
(1).Andrew is Dan’s uncle.
(2).Mark is Dan’s father.
(3).Tom is Dan’s grandfather.
(4).Joyce is Tom’s wife.
(5).Pam is Andrew’s niece.
30.When I first knew Mike, we lived in a small village in Scotland. It was very different from Mike’s life in London now. We went to school together on our bicycles. Every morning I went to his house and knocked on the door. Every morning Mike’s mum said, “I’m sorry, he’s a bit late this morning”, and so I had to wait. Each day we were late for school, and I remember the teacher got very annoyed with us. I never told her we were late because of Mike. Now, 25 years later, I play tennis with Mike. I usually drive him to the tennis club. I go to his flat and he opens the door and says, “I’m sorry. I’m a bit late today.” The only reason he wasn’t late for his own wedding is that we lied to him about the time! As boys we spent a lot of time out exploring on our bikes. We went walking and fishing. I didn’t like fishing because I couldn’t swim. Probably the funniest thing we did was when we stole a bottle of whiskey from my Dad. We cycled about 5 miles away to drink it in one of our favorite places. When we finished drinking it, we couldn’t cycle back – it was a long, slow walk. I’m sure we looked awful. We still do, when we come back from the pub on Friday nights. Nothing’s changed really. Oh, and I still can’t swim.
(1).Mike now lives in __________.
A.a village in Scotland
B.a village near London
(2).__________ got up late every morning.
(3).25 years later, Mike __________.
A.is early in doing everything
B.still is late as in the past奥鹏作业答案请进open5.net或请联系QQ/微信：18866732
C.is never late again
(4).As boys both of us liked __________.
(5).We walked 5 miles back home because we __________.
35.It is surprising that eating three meals a day—breakfast, lunch and dinner—has been a custom only since 1890. Before this time, people only had two meals a day—breakfast and dinner. In the 16th century, breakfast was only to break one’s fast(开戒, 即开始吃东西). But 200 years later it had become a large meal, not just for family, but for numbers of guests as well. It was a social event. It began at 10 a.m. and lasted until 1 p.m. Then breakfast began to be less popular. It became, instead, a lighter meal and was taken at much earlier hour. By 1850 it had been pushed back to 8 a.m. and became a family meal. Dinner, however, went the other way. In the 16th century it was eaten at 11 a.m. Years later, it moved to the early afternoon, then to 5 p.m. By 1850 dinner time had reached 7 p.m. Lunch is a recent idea. It first appeared as a snack to fill the gap between breakfast and dinner.
(1).People did not have lunch ______.
(2).“Dinner, however, went the other way” means “______”.
A.dinner didn’t go there with breakfast
B.dinner took the same way as breakfast
C.dinner got later
D.dinner is the same with breakfast
(3).Breakfast has been a family meal since the ______ century.
(4).The passage is mostly concerned with ______.
A.what people eat for breakfast
B.what people eat for dinner
C.the history of supper
D.the history of the three meals
(5).The passage leads us to believe that ______.
A.our custom of meals is based on an English custom
B.before 1890 people didn’t eat three meals a day
C.breakfast is the most important meal for us
D.three meals a day is a long tradition
四、简答题 (共 5 道试题,共 15 分)
36.He always works on Tuesday. (改为一般疑问句)
37.I have to work every day. (改为否定句)
38.My computer is working. (改为否定句)
39.The meal will take two hours (用how long对two hours提问)
40.The flat costs 500 pounds a month. (用how much对500 pounds提问)