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1、How do you feel it toget along with Miss King?
_A_.Most of the students like her
A.Friendly B.Easy C.Helpful D.Kind
2、Have you ever been toTibet?
Yes .I have fantastic _D_of my trip there last summer
A.time B.experience C.days D.memories
3、Hello.Blue Skycompany.Can I help you ?
Hello,This is Jack Smith .May I speak to the sales manger,please?
A.I B.me C.she D.her
4、As we all know,drinkingtoo much_ A _our health.
A.harm B.hurts C.injures D.destroys
5、Why did you call meyesterday? I was out then.
Totell you I _C_a souvenir for you .
A.hasbought B.had bought C,bought D.will buy
6、Could you help me movethe table to the teachers’ office.
A.Withpleasure B.My pleasure C.For pleasure D.At yourpleasure
7.Weare going to the zoo by bus on Tuesday afternoon. Will you go with us _B_ meetus there?
A.when B.or C.and D.then
8.Jackloves sports .He is often seen _D_basketball on the school.
A.play B.playing C.plays D.to play
9、Look！ Here _ C_ the bus .
A.iscoming B.came C.comes D.will come
10、The cake is delicious!
Well,atleast it’s _A_the one I ate last night.
A.asgood as B . as well as C.worse than D.as badas
11、David has tried 3times to repair the clock .He will try _D_ time after having a rest
A.four B.fourth C.the fourth D.a fourth
12、If it _D_ possible ,Iwould have helped him ，but I was too busy.
A.is B.was C.were D.had been
13、_B_ finish eatinglunch last ought to wash the dishes.
A.Theperson B.Whoever C. Anyone D. Who
14、What are you reading?
Abook_ A_ by MoYan.
A.written B. is written C.was written D.has been written
15、The number of foreignstudents attending Chinese universities_C_ rising steading in the pastten years.
A.was B.were C.has been D.have been
16、Did you have anyproblems in your English study?
Yes,_C_a friend to practice speaking with
A.findB.found C.finding D.to find
17、You’d better make a markD_you have any questions while you are readingthe passage.
A.atwhich B.in where C.in the place D.where
18、Is this the mobilephone that you want to_A?
A.haverepaired B.have it repaired C.have repaired it D.repaired
19、All the donated moneyshould be made full use _C the homeless people.
A.OF helping B.to help C.of to help D.to helping
20、Will you go to theconcert next week?
Ifyou don’t go_D
A.soI won’t B.so won’t I C.neither do I D.neither willI
I recently went to acharity party At the and of visit our hast told us that the parting Monday washis birthday he asked (21) as a gift to him, We would do something kind forsomeone else on that day, I thought that was a terrible birthday (22)
The followingMonday, I saw my neighbor a new mother, in the garden with her baby I wentoutside to say “hello” to her .During the talk , she told me ,not in a complaining (23)but just as a matter of fact, about the sleeplessness and challenges toget anything done with a baby followed by. I(24) the charity party hast’s reguest and said,”Hey! Why dont (25)watchyour take an hour to yourself.”
She was sosurprised that she almost crled.”Are you (27)? would you be able to do that?”Of course!” I said.” I’d be happy to!” An hour later she cameoutside with a smile on her face. “I have (28) so muchdone!” she told me , and I told her that I had sungevery kid’s song I knew and had a good time hanging outwith the baby, too. And I was so happy to see her smiling like that.
It was one of thebest (29) . I’ve evergiven, and it has given me the desive to ask the same (30) all my friends thisyear. I know it will make me feel great to know my friends are out theresharing their wisdom and time with people who can really use it.
21、A that B how C if D what
22、A plan B idea C cake D party
23、A life B way C taste D sound
24、A asked B thought C remembered D reminded
25、A I B you Cwe D they
26、A or B but C and D since
27、Aserious Bmysterious C humorous D Curious
28、A got B made C took D let
29、Apresents B ideasC lessons D stories
30、A for B about C as D from
Among the mostpopular books being written today are those which are usually classified asscience fiction .Hundreds of title are published every year and are read by allkind of people .Furthermore , some of the most successful films of recent yearshave been based on science fiction stories .
It is often thoughtthat science fiction is a fairly new development in literature ,but it’s ancestors can be foundin books written hundreds of years ago . These books were often concerned withthe presentation of some form of ideal society , a theme which is still oftenfound in modern stories .
Most of theclassics of science fiction , however , have been within the last hundred years. Books by writers such as Jules Verne and H.G.Wells , to mention just twowell- known authors ,have been translated into many languages . Modern sciencefiction writers don’t write about men from Mars or space adventures stories . They aremore interested in predicting the results of technical developments on societyand the human mind ；or in imagining future worlds whichare reflection of the world which we live in now . Because of this theirwriting has obviously political undertones .
In an age wherescience fact frequently overtakes science fiction , the writers may findit difficult to keep ahead of scientific advances . Those who are sufficientlyclearsighted to see the way we are going , however , may provide a valuablelesson on how to deal with problems which society will inevitably face as ittries to master its new technology .
31. Which of thefollowing statements can’t prove that science fiction is very popular today ?
A Hundreds oftitles are published every year B All kinds of people love it
C some of the mostsuccessful films of recent years have been based on science fictionstories
D sciencefiction can be found in books written hundreds of years ago
32. In the past,science fiction was probably concerned with _____.
A men from Mars orspace adventures stories
B predicting theresults of technical developments on society
C predicting thehuman mind
D imagining futureworlds which are a reflection of the modern world
33.According to thepassage ,we know that______.
A science fictionis a fairly new development in literature
B the history ofscience fiction is less than a hundred years
C the sciencefiction usually has obviously political undertones
D modern sciencefiction usually has obviously political undertones
34.The under linedword “overtakes ”in the last paragraph means ______
A takes the placeof B is more meaningful than
C develops morequickly than D develops more slowly than
35.The best titleof the passage may probably be _____.
A Science Fiction B The Popularity of Science Fiction
C The Origin of Science Fiction D The Popularity of Science Fiction
The Californiaregion boasts a wide variety of climates and geographical features, rivalingany other area of comparable dimensions , Nearly all but the eastern —edge California NativeAmericans lived where environmental conditions were favorable making foodrelatively accessible California tribes as the Chumash ，Yurok and Pomo. The Maidu and Pomo principally ate acorns ，which have a higher calorie rating than wheat . They pounded thehard nuts with stones and washed out the bitter taste with water.
The Pomo craftedwhat were arguably the finest baskets in all of indigenous America. They made baskets as small as a thimble and as bid as a yard in width. Theymade watertight baskets .for Cooking acorn mush and seed gruel as well as forcarrying and storing food They wore especially beautiful baskets forpresents and as .offerings to forebrain. Some were bedecked with colorful birdfeathers and shells，Their skill also was applied to trays、boats、headgear and baby carries such as a wickerwork cradleboard in whichan infant spent his first Their mothers wore hats that resembled bowl —shape baskets
The Californianatives lived in communities numbering up to 2000 with dwelling arrayed ingroups A house consisted of a round frame covered with grass There was a skylight in the root and the beds were made a cook fire for seeds nuts fish andother foods More than 100 languages flourished in California before Europeancontact most are gone today.
36. What does theCalifornia region take pride in _____.
A Baskets andhouses B California and geographical
C Handicraft andcolorful languages D California tribes and their cultures
37.What is the Pomogood at?
A Making baskets B hunting for found C Taking Care of babies D Making presents
38 How many ofCalifornia trikes are mentioned in the passage?
A tow Bthree Cfour D five
39From the passageWe know that their houses?
Around and strong B very dark C made of only grass D built in groups
40Whichof the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A There are over100 languages in California now
BThere were nearly 2000 houses in a community
CThe Pomo mainly fed on acorns as well as the Maidu
DAll California native Americans lived in environmental places
C( 红色标记是答案 )
Thewillful blindness in hockey toward concussions (头部撞击) has dropped.Hockey Canada has followed the lead of USA Hockey in preventing bodychecking (身体拦截) below age 13. 41.A bad head injury of Sidney Crosby,the hockey's greatest star, opened the eyes of hockey people everywhere. This country's children have been facing similar dangerat early ages, and Hockey Canada had to deal with a deep worry in the minds ofCanadians to make the rule change. The liking for bodychecking from an earlyage is part of what makes Canadian hockey what it is.
The change in rules should be taken as a chance to draw specialattention to skill development in an environment free of danger. 42. It may also control the loss of thousands of youngplayers who don't enjoy that environment
For years, many Canadian hockey parents and coaches have insisted thatbodychecking at early ages is necessary to ensure that players can do it safelyat older ages. 43.True or not, there may be a safer wayto teach hitting than to make younger players pay a price for it in headinjuries. When USA Hockey changed its rules forthe 2011-2012 season, it also created bodychecking-education programs that willbe mandatory(强制的) for all coaches, including those teaching players in the pre-checking ages. And it began to encourage more "touch" -without real bodychecking - from 9 t0 12. It also made the rules for 13 and upstricter. 44. The USA is trying to show that it'spossible to teach hockey protective skills without putting11 and 12-year-oldsin greater danger. It's worth the try.
Hockey Canada has taken serious steps todo away with hits on the head. 45. However, it's hard to change a sports culture soconnected with who we are as a country. Too often, bodychecking has been used to try to separate a player from hishead rather than from the ball. Children were paying a price for this country'slove of the game.
There are always changes in Canada's game, and the change in thebodychecking age sends the clearest message yet to coaches and parents thatplayer safety is paramount(至上的) in the game.
A True or not , there may be a safer way to teacher hitting than to makeyounger pay for it in head injuries.
B However , it’s hard to change a sports culture so connected with whowe are as a country.
C A bad head injury of Sidney Crosby , the hockey’s greatest star,opened the eyes of hockey people everywhere .
D It may also control the loss of thousands of young players who don’t enjoy thatenvironment
E The USA is trying to show that it’s possible to teach hockey protectiveskills without putting 11 and 12-year-olds in greater
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八年级下册Unit 9 Have youever been to an amusement park?
3a.Read thisarticle about a theme pard . Circle the places ,things , and activities youthink are interesting .Underline the one you think boring .
Have you ever beento an amusement park?
Most of us have probably heard ofMickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and many other famous characters.
Perhaps we haveeven seen them in movies. But have you ever been to Disneyland? In fact,there are now several different Disneyland amusement parks around theworld.
Disneyland is an amusement park, but we can also call it a theme park. Ithas all the normal attractions that you can find at an amusement park, but italso has a theme. The theme, of course, is Disney movies and Disney characters.For example, you can find a roller coaster in most amusement parks, but inDisneyland,the theme of the roller coaster is Disney characters. This meansthat you can find Disney characters all over the roller coaster. You can alsowatch Disney movies, eat in Disney restaurants, and buy Disney gifts. Andyou can see Disney characters walking around Disneyland all the time!
Have you ever heard of a Disney Cruise? These are huge boats that also have theDisney theme. You can take a ride on the boat for several days, and youcan sleep and eat on board. There are also many attractions on board,just likeany other Disneyland. You can shop, go to Disney parties, and eat dinner withMickey Mouse! The boats take different routes, but they all end up in the same place. That is Dizney's own island.
It is just somuch fun in Disneyland.