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26. Sue has many nice dresses. She wears a different one every day ______ the week.
   A. of           B. from         C. at             D. for
27. ---What does Tom’s uncle do?
   ---He is a teacher. He __________ physics at a school now.
   A. will teach      B. has taught        C. teaches         D. taught
28. ---That’s a nice mobile phone.
   ---It is. My aunt _____ it for my last birthday.
A. buy      B. will buy     C. have bought      D. bought
29. ---Is Jim in the office?
   ---No, he _______ to the dining hall.
   A. goes           B. would go        C. has gone         D. had gone
30. ---How is every thing going in the hospital, dear?
   A. I’m all right, thanks         B. Not too bad, I guess
   C. Not at all                  D. That’s all right, thank you 
31. ---I had a pleasant weekend on the farm.
   A. Oh, that’s very nice of you       B. It’s a pleasure
   C. Congratulations                D. I’m glad to hear that
32. He will have to watch his ________ because of his serious stomach problem.
   A. style      B. diet        C. smell        D. menu
33. ---Tell me ____________.
   ---Well, it’s like …
  A. what is wrong with it              B. what is it
   C. what the matter is with it           D. what is it like
34. ---Honey, stay home before I return.
   ---I _______, mum.
   A. must     B. can        C. will        D. should
35. ---What does the instruction say?
   ---The colors in the dress will _______ if you use hot water.
   A. fall          B. appear        C. run        D. shine
36. ---Is the child any better today?
   ---I think so. His temperature seems _________ now.
   A. high        B. normal        C. low         D. special
37. ---Morning, class. Is _________ here?
   ---No, sir. Tom is absent.
   A. anybody       B. everybody     C. nobody     D. somebody
38. ---Is Kate serious?
   ---I _________. She never means it.
   A. suppose     B. agree      C. believe      D. wonder 
39. ---I’m very sorry. I broke your tea cup.
   A. It doesn’t matter          B. You’d better not
   C. Take it easy             D. It’s too bad
40. It seems that the aged people _________ the H7N9 more easily from the recent cases.
   A. pick up       B. mix up      C. set up       D. use up    
“I’m really thankful to our government, for it provides us with such a good training program. The training greatly helps us live well. I will certainly study hard and learn the skills. Then I can (41) my family difficulties and do good to other people.” a learner on the job training program said, feeling (42).
The learner’s grandfather is nearly 80 years old, and has mother is (43) in bed. So his father, who is a farmer, is the main (44) of the family. The family is poor. The learner graduated from high school and did not (45) the college entrance exam. The job training program helps him learn the skills that he’ll (46) in the work place.
The story reminds me of another (47). It goes like this: Once upon a time, there was a man who liked fishing very much, and was (48) to catch lots of fish every day. The man was a kind-hearted person, so he always (49) his fish with his neighbors who did not know how to fish. One day, he thought that it would be (50) if he taugh t them how to fish. So he (51) his neighbors together and showed them how to fish. Everybody was very happy that they could (52) the fish they themselves caught.
At present, there are still a lot of poor people throughout the world. But it’s not good if we give only (53) to them. (54), we should give them a chance to learn new skills. Therefore, a technical training is very important to people in need, and the will learn the ability to (55) money. People can learn a lot of useful things in the training program and what they learn can help them on the way to find jobs.
41. A. solve                   B. change                    C. study                  D. find
42. A. surprised              B. excited                   C. relaxed               D. interested
43. A. ill                      B. alone                      C. silent                   D. dangerous  
44. A. problem              B. example                 C. relative                D. support
45. A. pass                     B. copy                       C. know                  D. mind  
46. A. repeat                  B. forget                     C. need                    D. test  
47. A. story                    B. learner                    C. family                 D. program
48. A. afraid                  B. lucky                      C. sorry                   D. able
49. A. shared                 B. cooked                    C. exchanged          D. weighed
50. A. easy                    B. great                      C. useless              D. crazy  
51. A. drove                B. stopped                  C. called                  D. searched   
52. A. feed                   B. save                       C. touch                  D. eat    
53. A. time                   B. fish                        C. food                    D. clothing 
54. A. Next                   B. Instead                 C. Luckily               D.Especially
55 . A. pay                    B. give                     C. use                    D. make
56. We can read the above material in ________.
   A. A newspaper                     B. a traveling report
   C. a textbook                       D. a job advertisement
57. You call _____________ if you’re interested in the special trips.
   A. Reader 2007                     B. 4, 5&6 day breaks
   C. Italian Special Offers              D. 01223 434385
58. You have to pay at least ________ to go to SICILY & MOUNT ETNA.
   A. £179                B. £189             C. £215       D. £368
59. We can NOT learn about ________ of the special trips.
   A. the price            B. the food          C. the time    D. the sights
60. The trips are offered by __________.
   A. Reader magazine               B. Cambridge University
   Chuck Wall teaches management and human relations at Bakersfi eld College. He walked into class one day and told his students that their homework was to perform one act of random(任意的) kindness. His students did not understand the homework and didn’t know what to do, but the professor would not answer their questions. He encouraged his students to work it out for themselves.
   One week later, the students entered the classroom excited to share their stories. One st udent told of giving away blankets to the homeless. Another reported on helping a dog to find its owner, and another student had been trying to find a long, lost friend. Students were energized (给予活力) by the homework assignment and wanted other people to be kind too. With the support of local businesses, the students made stickers to put on cars that invited people to do something kind for others. They sold the stickers and decided to donate the money to a center for the blind---not surprising as Professor Wall is blind.
   Since then, similar kindness activities have been started in schools around the world. Many schools organize a Random Acts of Kindness Week, around November 13th, to celebrate World Kindness Day. Some schools use each day of Random Acts of Kindness Week to perform a different kind act, such as making a new friend, helping someone, doing community service, or raising money for a char ity. Students learn to consider other people and thank about how small actions can make the world a better place.
61. The professor’s homework was to ask his students _________.
A. to write about kindness.
B. to be kind to strangers
C. to spend time helping other
D. to go out to raise money
62. We learn from the passage that ________.
A. Chuck’s students are not clever enough
B. the students didn’t do Chuck’s homework
C. Chuck Wall is an unusual teacher
D. no students enjoyed Chuck’s homework
63. It is certain that _________.
A. the students got good grades in Chuck’s class
B. kindness activities are not widely accepted
C. Chuck Wall was not good at designing homework
D. the students only helped people they knew
64. In kindness activities students learn _________.
A. to deal with difficult things
B. to do great things every day 
C. to know about the world
D. to consider other people
65. Which is the best title of the passage?
A. Learning Kind Things                     B. Teaching Kindness
C. World Kindness Day                      D. Bakersfield College
   Martin Lynch, an American businessman, had been going on vacation to a small Mexican fishing village for a number of ears. One morning while going for a walk along the beach, he saw his friend Pablo Perez, a local fisherman. Martin watched Pabl o unload his boat and pack the fish in a box.
   Martin noticed Pablo was smiling and looked very happy. He could also see several large fish in the boat. Martin greeted Pablo and asked how long it took to catch the fish. “Just a few hours,” replied Pablo. Martin asked, “Why didn’t you stay longer and catch more fish?” “I have enough for my family,” Pablo said. “And what do you do with the rest of your day?” asked Martin. “I take a nap, play with my children, spend time with my wife, and go into the village to see my friends and play cards, I have a full and busy life.” Martin explained that if Pablo worked longer hours and caught more fish, he could make more money. With the extra money, Pablo could buy more boats and catch money more fish. By selling the fish, Pablo could open his own factory and sell direct to supermarkets.
   “Then what?” asked Pablo. “Well you would probably have to move to Mexico City to run the business. Finally, you would be able to sell your business and make millions of dollars,” replied Martin. “How long will that take?” asked Pablo.
   Martin thought for a while and said it would probably take at least 15 years.
   “And then what” asked Pablo.
   “Well, that’s the best part,” Martin said. “You will be able to retire, b uy a house near the ocean, sleep longer, play with your children, spend more time with your wife, see your friends, and play cards.”
66. What is the story mainly about?
A. A businessman and a fisherman have become friends.
B. A businessman learns how to fish from a fisherman.
C. A businessman wants to become a businessman.
D. A businessman gives advice to a fisherman.
67. What makes the Mexican fisherman happy is ______________.
A. many friends to visit him
B. a full and busy life
C. more boats and more fish
D. the house near the ocean
68. How can the fisherman make more money in the businessman’s view?
A. By buying a supermarket.
B. To move to Mexico City.
C. By selling his own business.
D. To work longer and catch more fish.
69. The underlined word “unload” in the passage means ____________.
A. put … into               B. take … away from
C. break down               D. set off
70. We can infer from the passage that ____________.
A. the fisherman will stay the same with his life
B. the fisherman will leave the village for Mexico City
C. the business man will buy the fisherman’s boat
D. it takes all day for the fisherman to catch lar ge fish

stay up / show up / beautiful / prefer / favorite / love

71. Mark Twain is Mary’s __________ author.
72. I ________ classical music to pop music.
73. The Fine Arts Museum is both ______ and interesting.
74. I ______ eating ice cream on a hot day. There’s nothing better.
75. Do you know where John is? He was going to meet me earlier but he didn’t ___________.
A disappointing performance
Tom was sick with disappointment. The piano performance was almost a success, however, he f (76)    in his solo(独奏). He couldn’t understand how it could have happened.
He had practiced for weeks that seemed like m   (77) . He had given up sports until after the performance because he wanted to make his parents p (78)  of him. He spent all his time with the piano.
His teacher had said he was q (79)  to learn. It was true that he accepted music as another l (80) , another way to talk to people.
His grandparents, aunt, and uncle all came to hear him play, and he was anxious to s (81)  them that he was the best in the whole class.
But, when he stood up to go to the piano, his knees felt w (82) . He looked into the audience and saw his f (83)  smiling back at him.
At this time, he felt n (84) . His fingers began to tremble (颤抖), shaking as though he had caught a bad cold.
He sat down at the piano. He took a deep breath. He played the first part of his music, then realized with fear that he had forgotten the rest. He s (85)  over, thinking that would help. It didn’t. his bright musical life seemed to end.
1.      星期天早上8:30在校门口集合,乘公共汽车前往;
2.      给老人们赠送班级礼物;
3.      打扫卫生,整理房间;
4.      唱歌、跳舞、讲故事、聊天,给老人们带去快乐;
5.      活动很有意放,希望积极参与;
次数60 --- 80,书面表达的开头已给出,不计入总词数。
1. chat v. 聊天      2. meaningful adj. 有意义的    3. cheer up 使……高兴

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