( ) 1. ‘How-old. Net’ ，a very popular _____ kind of Microsoft，is used to test 27 points on _____ face to show how old you are.
A. / ; the B. a ; the C. a; a D. / ; a
( ) 2. The experience you get for yourself is ____ than that from others.
A. more valuable B. much valuable C. more value D. much value
( ) 3. — Why are you often dressed in white?
— Because I think white can help me ____ when I feel stressed.
A. fall down B. calm down C. look down D. come down
( ) 4. — I have great ____ in learning English and I am so worried. Could you help me?
— Sure. I would be glad to.
A. trouble B. interest C. joy D. fun
( ) 5. I really can’t see anything. His head is____ of my view.
A. on the way B. by the way C. in the way D. out of the way
( ) 6. — Can children under the age often ride bicycles in your city?
— No, according to the law, they ____.
A. may not B. needn’t C. mustn’t D. shouldn’t
( ) 7. — What do you think of Jim?
— He is a serious boy. If he ____ the tasks, he will try his best to finish them well.
A. will be given B. is given C. gives D. will give
( ) 8. — How far is it from Lianyungang to Soul, Korea?
— It is about a ____flight.
A. 2-hour-long B. 2-hours-long C. 2 hours’ long D. 2 hour long
( ) 9. — The guard of honor of the PLA (人民解放军三军仪仗队) took part in the parade on Red Square in Moscow, Russia, on May 9, 2015.
— ____ we are!
A. How pride B. How proud C. What pride D. What proud
( ) 10. — Sometimes ____ you know when an idiom(习语) is used, you can’t easily understand what you read.
— I think so.
A. unless B. as soon as C. if D. when
( ) 11. —Have you been wasting time on郑州哪医院治癫痫好 cartoons again?
—____. I’ve been working all the time and I need a break.
A. Not really B. No way
C. That’s all right D. I couldn’t ag ree more
( ) 12. —What are you doing, Jack?
— I’m looking for some information about famous people ____ can help make a poster.
A. who B. what C. whom D. that
( ) 13. —I can’t find Mary. Where is she?
—Sorry, I don’t know ____ .
A. where has she been B. where she has been
C. where has she gone D. where she has gone
( ) 14.— I feel stressed in my study from time to time. I don’t know what to do.
A. You should keep quiet. B. What about keeping your worries to yourself?
C. Why not ask friends for help? D. You’d better pay no attention to your study.
( ) 15. — I believe it won’t take long to clean up the playground if we all volunteer for help.
—That’s right. ____.
A. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket B. Every dog has its day
C. Too many cooks spoil the broth D. Many hands make light work
Denny was a famous photographer. He traveled all over the world, taking pictures for magazines and newspapers, and won many prizes.
“I’ll do anything to get a good photo,” he often said. “I’ll go anywhere at any time, even if it is 16 . ”
And he told the 17 . He had photos of earthquakes, forest fires, floods and even wars. If something interesting happened, Denny went to photograph it.
He was a married man and his wife often asked him to take her with him, but he always 18 . “I’ll travel for my work, not for 19 ,” he told her. “You won’t enjoy yourself, and I won’t have 20 to look after you. Sometimes there’s not even anywhere to 21 , and I have to sleep outside. I often don’t have a good 22 or a bath for days. You won’t like it.”
“Denny, I am not a child,” his wife didn’t 23 .哈尔滨哪里看癫痫病好 “I can look after myself. Please take me with you the next time you go overseas.”
Denny did not say anything, but he 24 about it, and when he was asked to go to Africa he said to his wife, “You can come to Africa with me if you want to. I have got to take photos of wild 25 there. It should be interesting and not too uncomfortable.”
His wife was very 26 , and at first she had a very enjoyable time. Then Denny went to 27 some lions to photo. His wife went with him, but before long they became separated. She walked down one path while he walked down the other.
Suddenly, Denny heard her 28 . He ran back and saw her running toward him. A huge lion was chasing her. Quickly Denny took his camera out of its case and 29 it at his wife and the lion. Then he shouted, “ 30 , woman! I can’t get you both in the picture!”
( ) 16. A. dangerous B. natural C. convenient D. close
( ) 17. A. lie B. reason C. news D. truth
( ) 18. A. allowed B. refused C. failed D. joked
( ) 19. A. wealth B. prize C. pleasure D. luck
( ) 20. A. money B. time C. interest D. dreams
( ) 21. A. meet B. work C. shop D. stay
( ) 22. A. meal B. picnic C. room D. party
( ) 23. A. agree B. hear C. reply D. complain
( ) 24. A. worried B. forgot C. asked D. thought
( ) 25. A. land B. flowers C. animals D. people
( ) 26. A. confused B. excited C. surprised D. disappointed
( ) 27. A. find B. feed C. drive D. shoot
( ) 28. A. singing B. crying C. laughing D. cheering
( ) 29. A. threw B. fired C. showed D. pointed
( ) 30. A. Hurry up B. Look out C. Slow down D. Go ahead
July is a month of fun-filled activities for kids and teens as long as you know where to find them. When you want some fun activities for July, consider these ideas happening in this month.
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Time Monday, July1, 2014, 10:30 a.m.
Cost Adult:$7.40 Children(under15): half
Booking Phone the booking office:34032578
Address Brisbane Botanic Gardens
Note Secret of the Dragon is a magical story about 2 children who are taken on a dragon ride to explore the universe. The Search for life: Are We Alone?
Time Thursday, July4, 2014, 2:00 p.m.
Booking Phone the booking office:34037689
Address Brisbane Botanic Gardens
Note Are we truly alone in space? Is there any life out there? These are the questions asked in this show.
Time Friday, July12, 2014, 10:00 a.m.
Booking Please call 34038470 to book your
Address Centenary Community hub, 171
Note Would you like to be a magician? Then join David, the magician, to learn about real magic with playing cards, coins, ring ropes and DIY projects and be able to become the life of the party. Science with Me: Making your own guitar
Time Saturday, July20, 2014, 3:00 p.m.
Booking Please call 34031226 to book your
Address 10, Egginton Close
Note Do you want to make a guitar with Katy and her mum? Science with Me is going to be with you. Please remember to bring a piece of wood, a hammer, some rubber bands and some nails with you.
( ) 31. Alec is strongly interested in space life. He may go to ________.
A. Magic Class
C. Secret of the Dragon B. Science with Me
D. The Search for Life
( ) 32. John and his 10-year-old son want to watch Secret of the Dragon. How much should they pay?
A. $7.40. B. $11.10. C. $14.80. D. $23.20.
( ) 33. What do the four activities have in common?
A. They are all free.
C. They are all weekend activities. B松原市轻微癫痫病医院. They happen in the same place.
D. They can all be booked on phone.
Like the post-90s generation in China, today’s teenagers in the UK have a problem with how they’re represented. Most of them feel unfairly represented by the media and their lives are negatively (负面地) influenced, says a recent survey.
The survey was carried out by the UK Demos, in which more than 1000 14-17-year-old teens from England and Northern Ireland took part.
The survey report shows that four-fifths of teens (81%) felt there was a false image of young people in the media and wider society. Most of them (85%) said that it is hurting both their self-esteem(自尊) and chance of getting a job.
By researching six UK newspapers over the past 10 years, Demos found that words most commonly connected with “teenagers” and “young people” were “binge-drinking”, “yobs” and “crime”.
“The young people out there are doing good things for the community, but there are always bad things on the news. But we’re not all like that, it’s only a few,” said Becky Brunskill, 18, member of Youth Parliament for Liverpool.
The survey also found that 80% of UK teenagers believed they cared more about social issues than the older generation. This was a view shared by their teachers, 66% of whom agreed in a separate Demos survey of 500 teachers.
The UK youth are also eager to make a difference. But rather than traditional politics, 87% of the teens believed social media was a good way to change society.
Jonathan Birdwell, author of the Demos report, said “They could be the most active citizens we have seen in a generation.”
( ) 34. What problem are current UK teenagers troubled with according to Demos?
A. Their bad school image.
B. The media’s negative image of them.
C. Their false social relationships.
D. The difficulty of getting jobs.
( ) 35. How many people think that the false image is hurting their self-esteem?