班级姓名学号成绩签名_________ Choose the best answer：36%（）1.Which of the following underlined parts is different in pronunciation from the others.
A. You must do your homework now.
B. What a handsome boy he is!
C. Because of his honesty, he got the chance.
D. After an hour, John is saved
（）2.The sunshine greets me with a smile. Which of the following is correct pronunciation?
D./sme?l/ ( ) 3.My father will go to America this Tuesday.
( ) 4.Saying is one thing, but doing is .
C. the other
( ) 5. the end, I’ll be back in the sea again.
( ) 6.They can’t agree the date to go a package tour.
C. at; to
D. with; on
( ) 7.Thank you for me my maths.
A. help, at
B. helping, on
C. help, with
D. helping, with
( ) 8.I would like a new pen myself.
B. to buy… f or
C. to buy…to
( ) 9.I hope you have lovely time and good weather.
D. the …a
( )10.We’ve got only to prepare for the mid-June exams. Let’s make full
use of time.
A. one and a half month
B. a month and a half
C. one and half months
D. one and half a month
( )11.Betty is shorter than any other in Class One.
( )12.The shops in Shanghai usually keep until 9: 00 p.m. every day.
( )13.---I'm ______ in what _____ you.
---Well, don't follow suit. Just do what you like.
A. interesting, interests
B. interested, interests
C. interest, interests
D. interest, interesting
( )14.When his name was called, I saw him from his seat.
( )15.Li Hui used to football. But now he is used to the piano.
A. play, playing
B. played, play
C. played, have played
D. play, plays
( )16.What time did they there yesterday?
B. arrive in
C. arrive at
( )17.Mr. Jackson will soon leave for Australia . Which is closest in meaning to the underlined part?
A. set off from
D. set out for
( )18. – Would you mind repairing the computer for me?
A. Never mind
B. Don’t worry
C. Not at all
D. I’m glad you like it
Ⅱ.Complete the following passage with the words or phrases in the box. Each word or phrase can only be used once :16%
Cars, buses and trucks are very bad for the air. But everyone needs to use some form of (1) _____. Some cities have bicycle sharing programs, These programs let people borrow a bicycle at one place in the city and return it at another place. This is good in smaller cities where the traffic is not very dangerous. But what about people in big cities who have to travel (2) _____? Paris, France, is trying a new idea. The city is starting a program like the bicycle one, but with cars. These are electric cars so they are not bad for the environment. People can borrow a car for 30 minutes for 48 Euros. It is much (3) than a taxi. The program aims at encouraging people to change from the idea of owning a car to that of using a car.The cars can (4) _____ for 250 kilometers. Then they need to be recharged for four hours. They can be charged at the stations where people get and return the cars. Now there are 66 of these cars available at 33 charging stations in Paris. If people like them, the city is planning to expand to 3,000 cars and more than 1,000 stations (6)_____ 2012.Valentine de la Celle, a 30-year-old Parisian mother who does not (7) _____ a car, welcomes the new program.”We are doing building work at home at the moment. To take building (8)_____ to the house, I need a car for short trips. The new program is simple and convenient.” She said. If the program is successful in Paris, than other cities may try this idea, too.
III．Fill in the blanks with the proper form of the given words: 10%
1.In Beijing there are many spots. ( history)
2.Be quick. Please make a . (choose)
3.John thinks Tom should stay at home. Mary thinks he should go out. They
with each other. ( agree)
4.In big cities it is easy for you to find the travel (agent)
5.I think it _______________ to drive there in rush hour.(convenience)
IV. Rewrite the following sentences as required: 20%
1.The new flat cost Mr Black a lot of money.(改为否定句)
The new flat cost Mr. Black money.
2.The eighty-year-old man looks happy and healthy.(对划线部分提问)
_________ _________ the eighty-year-old man look?
3.Our brother hardly has sports such as football and basketball.(反义疑问句）
Our brother hardly has sports such as football and basketball, ?
4.It is interesting to have a barbecue in the suburbs in autumn.(改为感叹句)
_________ _________interesting thing to have a barbecue in the suburbs in autumn!
5.Can you tell me the location of your office? (保持句意不变)
Can you tell me _________ your office __________?
Read the passage and fill in the blanks with proper words: 20%
Everyone has good days and bad days.
Sometimes, you may feel that you're on top of the world and all the questions on your maths test might seem e 1 . But sometimes you feel f 2 or you lose things, and you cannot focus on your school work.
For more than 20 years, scientists have suggested that high self-esteem (自我尊重) is the key to s 3 . They said that kids who feel good about themselves do better in school and have f 4 emotional (情感的) problems than kids who have a low o 5 of themselves.
Now, new research shows that focusing just on building self-esteem may not be h 6 . In some cases, having high self-esteem can bring bad r 7 if it makes you less likable or more upset when you fail at something.
"Forget about self-esteem," says Jennifer Crocker, a psychologist (心理学家) at the university of Michigan, US. "It’s not the important thing" Crocker's advice may sounds bit s8 because it is good to feel good about oneself Studied show that people with high self-esteem are l 9 likely to be sad, anxious, shy, or lonely than those with low self-esteem.
But, after reviewing about 18,000 studies on self-esteem, Roy Baumeister, a psychologist at Florida State University, has found that building up your self-esteem will not necessary make you a better person; People with high self-esteem tend to think more of themselves w 10 people with low self-esteem are more likelyto rely on their friends when they need help.
Researchers say it is best to listen to and support other people. Set out to create or build something. If you fail at something, try to learn from the experience. "The best therapy (药方) is to know your own weak points" V ohs says, "It's OK to say, 'I'm not so good at that,' and then move on."