--Have you ever seen___ new movie, The Wandering Earth（流浪地球）?
--Yes, and Wu Jing is my favorite actor.
A．a B．an C．the D．/
--I'm always afraid to ask questions because of my poor____.
--You'd better practice speaking English more.
A．introduction B．information C．pronunciation D．instruction
—What do you think of Tom?
—He is a(n) _____ boy who is always telling the truth.
A．humorous B．honest C．brave D．creative
They are going to have their wedding _______ the morning of October 1st.
A．on B．in C．of D．at
—I think Mrs. Lin is the most excellent teacher in our school.
—_________, she teaches us well and cares about us a lot.
A．Simply B．Mainly C．Exactly D．Mostly
—Happy birthday, Mr. Wang! Here are some presents from ________ of us.
—Thank you so much, boys and girls!
A．both B．neither C．either D．all
Daily homework is necessary, __________ too much homework may bring harm to students.
A．so B．but C．for D．or
If you want to try some local food, don't _________ the food festival this weekend.
A．miss B．carry C．hold D．bring
Pass me the dictionary, please. I want to __________ some new words.
A．look for B．look up C．look after D．look through
—_______ do you communicate with your foreign friends?
—By writing e-mails.
A．How B．Why C．Where D．When
—I just saw Peter in the library.
—It _______ be him. He is studying in the classroom.
A．needn't B．mustn't C．shouldn't D．can't
I' m sorry I can't finish the task on time because I____ only 10 minutes.
A．will give B．was given C．am given D．gave
It is 4:30 pm. Ben and Leon _______ their work, so they are playing chess now.
A．finish B．finished C．have finished D．will finish
--Could you tell me____ so well?
--Without the teacher's help, it was impossible for me to get the prize,
A．how did you do it B．when you did it
C．why did you do it D．how you did it
—Are you willing to live on Mars one day?
—__________. It sounds interesting, but it still worries me.
A．I'm not sure B．Sure, I will C．That's all right D．I hope so
Time flies. My summer vacation ended in the blink of an eye, but one thing is still on my mind. From July 25 to 27, I worked as a volunteer at the Wolong China Giant Panda Garden in Sichuan. I experienced the life of being a panda keeper.
My work included cleaning the pandas’ home, feeding the pandas and making food for them. The panda I took care of was named Jingke. When I went to feed him, he would stretch(伸出) one of his forefeet out on a shelf that hung on the fence and wait for his food. He would quickly grab the food as soon as I brought it to him. Can you guess what would happened next? Jingke would lie down and begin to eat. I could hear him crunching(嘎吱作响地咀嚼) on his food and see him twisting his body around like a dancer. It was really cute. This was one of the most interesting things I saw when I worked there.
When I fed Jingke, I touched his fur(毛). Most people think that panda's fur would be soft. But actually, panda's fur is very hard. I felt like I was touching needles.I looked at his teeth, too— they were sharp and big. No wonder the panda keepers told us that pandas are not only cute, but also dangerous.
I am happy to be so close to the pandas. This experience lets me know that it is no easy to be a panda keeper.
16．What is the meaning of the underlined phrase in paragraph 1?
A．瞬息万变 B．眨眼之间 C．成年累月 D．一夜之间
17．As a panda keeper, what did the writer usually do except ________ ?
A．cleaning the pandas' home B．feeding the pandas
C．training the pandas D．making food for the pandas
18．What was Jingke like when he was eating?
A．A fighter. B．A baby.
C．A dancer. D．A snake.
19．According to this passage, we can know that panda's fur is ___________.
20．What is the best title of this passage?
A．A panda lover B．Keeping pandas
C．The pandas in Wolong D．My experience as a panda keeper
Egypt is one of the oldest civilizations (文明) in the world. It has great culture and history. Let’s take a look at some wonderful places in the country.
Do you think it might be fun to ride a camel in the desert? If so, you should go to the Arabian Desert. It is also known as the Eastern Desert. It takes up nearly one-quarter of Egypt's land. Riding a camel is fun. Camels kneel down to let you sit on them.
If you want to see ancient palaces and buildings, Luxor is a great place to go. People there call it the "open-air museum of ancient Egypt". Many people visit Luxor every year. Some famous places there include the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens.
The Great Sphinx
The Great Sphinx is a statue of a lion with a man's head. It's very large. The Sphinx is about 240 feet long (about 73 m) and 65 feet high (about 20m). Its eyes are two meters high! For hundreds of years, the Sphinx has guarded(守卫) the Great Pyramid of Khufu.
21．What can we know about the Arabian Desert?
A．It is the third largest desert in the world.
B．It takes up nearly one-quarter of Egypt's land.
C．It is located in Western Africa.
D．It is famous for its large number of camels.
22．What does the underlined word “it" refer to in this passage?
A．Dessert B．Egypt. C．Valley. D．Luxor.
23．Which of the following places is NOT in Egypt?
A．Luxor. B．The Valley of the Kings.
C．The Valley of the Queens. D．Kilimanjaro.
24．________ guards the Great Pyramid of Khufu.
A．The Eastern Desert B．The Great Sphinx
C．The Nile River D．The Arabian Desert
25．This passage is mainly about _______.
A．the history of Africa B．famous pyramids in Egypt
C．famous places in Egypt D．the largest country in Africa
Are you short-sighted? If you are, your parents might have tried to do something to fix it, such as having you get an eye massage(按摩), take medicine or even get surgery(手术). People who offer these services or products often say that they can reduce or even cure short sight.
However, you will no longer see advertisements like this before long. The government has issued a notice to ban(禁止) businesses from using words like “recovery" or "short sight cure" in their advertisements.
The notice says that short sight cannot be completely cured with current medical technology. Therefore, these advertisements could mislead children and their parents.
Young people can prevent and control short sight by spending more time outside and less time in front of books or computers. People who have sight problems should first go to a hospital and let a doctor decide what to do.
More than 450 million Chinese have suffered from short sight since June 2018. Short sight rates are around 30 percent for primary school students, 60 percent for junior high school students and 80 percent for senior high school students. This is likely because students spend a lot of time reading books and using electronic devices.
To reduce short sight among young people, the government made a new plan last August. The plan is designed to limit the amount of time children spend playing video games, as well as limit the production of new video games.
26．Some people say that they can cure short sight to _________.
A．show off their high-leveled skills B．sell more products and services
C．share their medical technology D．prove that eye massages are useful
27．Advertisements with the word "__________“ will be banned by the government.
A．recovery B．eyesight C．short sight D．surgery
28．If you have a sight problem, you should ___________ first.
A．get surgery B．get an eye massage
C．take some medicine D．ask a doctor for advice
29．According to this passage, which group has the highest short sight rate?
A．Primary school students. B．Junior high school students,
C．Senior high school students. D．College students.
30．From the last two paragraphs, we can know that _________.
A．students should be stopped from using mobile phones
B．students in lower grades are more likely to get short sight
C．production of new video games will be limited
D．a law was made to protect the eyesight of people
Wu Yue, a 14-year-old student at a Junior High School in Hangzhou, usually has lunch with his classmates in their dining hall. But one day, a newcomer, the school headmaster, joined them at the same table. They talked about the food that the dining hall offered and had a nice chat.
Wu is not alone. Many students across China have the chance to eat with their headmasters. The government issued a notice on food safety and nutrition (营养) management in schools, asking headmasters from kindergarten to high school to have meals with students. The rule took effect(生效) on April 1st.
Many schools now have seats for school managers when they eat with students in the dining hall. After talking with them, the managers have to write reports and make suggestions to dining hall workers. Many students were asked about the food that they liked most. To their surprise, their favorite dishes appeared in the dining hall later. “It's not just about the food. It makes me feel that I have a say in school," explained one student. "My ideas are valued."
Some headmasters regard these mealtime conversations as their main chance to communicate with students. And they notice that some students prefer meat to vegetables. “We are thinking about how to improve the dining hall's dishes and provide students with a healthy diet," one headmaster said. As students become more familiar with the school managers, they begin to express their own points of view.
"It's important to understand students' requirements. Our practice shows the school's sense of responsibility," another headmaster said.
31．Who is the newcomer to have lunch with students at the dining hall?
A．The new student. B．The school teacher.
C．The school headmaster. D．The dining hall worker.
32．When did the rule take effect?
A．On April 1st. B．On March 1st.
C．On January 1st. D．On May 1st.
33．What do the school managers have to do after chatting with students?
A．They have to take a walk with students in the schoolyard.
B．They have to play games with students on the playground.
C．They have to help the dining hall workers do some cleaning.
D．They have to write reports and make suggestions to dining hall workers.
34．According to paragraph 4, what are the school managers thinking about?
A．How to improve their dining hall conditions.
B．How to provide students with a healthy diet.
C．How to communicate with the parents.
D．How to make friends with the students.
35．From this passage, we can infer(推断) __________.
A．students are not satisfied with the school's management
B．students now prefer fruit and vegetables to meat
C．school managers pay more attention to food safety and nutrition
D．the relationship between teachers and students becomes better
36．After a long walk, he felt _________ (饥饿的) and thirsty.
37．As we all know, hard work is the key to ___________(成功).
38．You must check your papers _________(认真地) in the exams.
39．We all take ___________(骄傲) in the great achievements of our country.
40．Could you please speak more _________ (slow)? I can't follow you.
41．He enjoyed _________ (he) at the party that night.
42．He won the _________ (two) place in the dragon boat race.
43．He is a __________(love) boy, very gentle and caring.
If you've ever stayed up late and then gotten up early the next day, you know what it's like not to get enough sleep. It's very uncomfortable feeling. In fact, for many years scientists 44．(believe) that sleep is like food - if we don’t get enough of it, we might get sick or even die. But now they 45． (start)to wonder just how much sleep we need.
Researchers at Imperial College London did a study on fruit flies(果蝇). They found that flies that slept for very short periods of time - about72 minutes a day -still 46． (live) about as long as flies that slept for normal amounts of time. One of the female slept for just 4 minutes each day on average. This has led the researchers to wonder if sleep is less necessary than we previously thought.
Humans are very different from fruit flies. Sleep 47．(help) repair tissue (组织) when our bodies perform a lot of maintenance (维护). Sleeping allows our bodies 48． (get) well again from the stress we experience each day. But can we really die from not sleeping? No humans have died so far from 49． (stay) awake for too long. The current(现在的)world record for sleeplessness 50． (hold) by Randy Gardner from the US, who stayed awake for 11 days and 25 minutes in 1964.
Scientist have not yet found any animals that don’t sleep at all. Even animals that only sleep for short periods are not completely sleepless.
A young couple decided to go c51． in the mountains to celebrate their first year of marriage（结婚）. They took with them the t52． they would need — warm clothes, food and a tent.
They went up to the mountains and f53． a fine place to set up their rent. Then they decided to go for a hike（徒步旅行）to see more of the mountains.
A54． a long hike, they went back to their camp, built a fire and cooked d55．. Finally, it was time to go to sleep.
Sometimes in the middle of the n56．, the wife woke up her husband and said:”Look up at the sky. What do you see? ”
Her husband answered,”I see m57． of stars in the sky. ”
His wife said:”That’s right. W58． does the mean to you? ”
The husband said:”Well, if there are so many stars out there , that means there might a59． be a planet just like ours. And if that’s true, then there could be life on one of those planets. That’s kind of e60．!”
His wife said:”You are wrong. It means that someone has stolen our tent! ”
Most of you will enter high school this autumn. By that time, you'll find yourself immersed in (沉浸于) traditional Chinese culture. 83. The traditional Chinese culture can help students build cultural confidence. Nowadays, the education focuses more on the traditional Chinese culture.
At public schools, the students are called for to recite(背诵) 72 ancient poems or articles. Besides Chinese language, other subjects such a fine arts, music and physical education will also focus more on traditional Chinese culture. For example, fine arts will include new lessons on Chinese calligraphy(书法) and painting
China has also seem a growing interest in traditional culture in the private(私立的) education area. It is reported that more than 3,000 traditional private schools have been built since 2004. They mainly teach traditional Chinese classic(经典).
According to Fu Yan, a Chinese language teacher at Hangzhou Xuejun High School, learning about traditional Chinese culture is a good thing for students. 84."At their age, the students may be too young to understand some classics." Fu told Qianjiang Evening News. “However, as their life experience builds up, they may develop their own thoughts about the wisdom(智慧)of the classics, which could be a driving force for their growth."
61．How many ancient poems or articles do the students need to recite at public school?
62．What does Fu Yan think of learning about traditional Chinese culture?
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话题：Good habits make me better
Good morning everybody!
l'm Li Hua. Today my topics is “Good habits make me better”. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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