take after be bad for depend on 。 hear from break down
61.I _。_______________________ my parents yesterday. They said everything wa。s going well.
62.Today I w。as late for wor。k because my car ______________________ on my way to company.
63.All liv。ing things___________________。______ t。he sun for。 their growt。h.
64.Jack。 ___________。___________。_ his father and both of t。hem have a quick temper.
65.Going to school without breakfast _______________________。_____ your health.
66. I。 have tried i。n thi。s way three times today. (对划线部分提问)
__________。_____ ______________ tim。es have you tried。 in this way today?
67. Make sure that you turn off all the lig。hts ever。y time when you leave the room. (改为被动语态)
Make sure that all the lights__________ _______。___ off every time whe。n you leave the room.
68. The foreigners want to know how they can learn Chin。ese Kongfu well. (改为简单句)
The foreigners want to know how__________ ___。________ Chines。e Kongfu well.
69. We w。al。k to sch。ool every。 da。y. (改为同义句)
We go to school_________ ___。_。_____ e。very day.
70. He had dinner with his wif。e last night.（改为否定句)
He ____________ ______。______ d。inner with h。is wife last。 night.
The。re are lots of people in the squar。e ________ _________ th。e。 concert of Lu Han.
If you are __________ ________ others, you will get more back.。.
Jenny usually goes fis。hing with her father ______。____ __________.
A lot of ___________ will be __________ in our s。choo。l next year.
At the。 ___。____。__ of ten, Mike ________。___ to China with his parents.
The ability to forgive ot。hers is。 a gre。a。t thing that can certa。in。ly。 help to m。ake life happier for everyone. Howeve。r, som。e people think that it is very 76 to d。o, and they don't know how to forgive others, especially their fa。mily and friends. This。 is all because they don't understand the meaning of 'forgiveness'.
In the dictionary, 'to forgive' means 'to 77 feeling angry with somebody that has done something bad to you.。' I'm happy that many people have 78 。 in doin。g this. I have succeeded, too, and I know how hard it is.
I lived with a friend for two years. During that time,。 he caused me many 79 . I。 eas。ily got angry when communicating with him. However, we 80 had a talk about our problems. When he pointed out (指。出。) that.I wa。sn't treating。 him like a friend, I was 81 . I。 ne。ver knew that I al。so needed to be fo。rgiven for doing something wrong. I thought th。ough s。ometimes I might get 82 with him, I still did lov。e my。 friend deep in my he。art.Then I unde。rs。tood the saying, 'To love is t。o forgive. ' And when we 。 83 。 e。ach other, we fe。el gr。eat. After that l。ong talk, we both 84 those bad moments. Our friendship became fresh again.
Now I understand t。he 85 。 of forgive。ness better.
( )76. A. useless B. difficult C. strange D. late
( )77.。 A. stop 。 。 B. suffer C. keep D. consider
( )78. A. spent B. contin。ued C. succeeded 。 D. enjoyed
( )79. A. d。angers B. mistakes C. questions D. problem。s
( )80. A. fi。rstly B. fina。lly C. suddenly D. always
( )81. A. surprised B.。 excited C. s。atisfi。ed D. bored
(。 )82. A. worried B. fright。ened C. angry D. nervous
( )83. A. control B. help 。 C. protect D. forgive
( )84. A. learned。 B. forgot C.。 imagi。ned D. considered
( )。85. A. meaning B. purpose 。 C. process D. reason
。 。 。 A
The Great Fire of London started in t。he very early h。ours of 2 September。,166。6. In four days it de。stroy。ed more than three quarters of。 the old city, where most of the houses were w。ooden and close together. One hundred thousand people became homeless, but only a few lost their。 lives.21世纪教育网版权所
The fi。re started on Sunday mo。rning in the house of the K。ing's baker(面包师) in Pudding Lane. The baker, with his wife and family, was able to get out through a window in the roof（房顶）
A strong wind blew th。e fire from the bakery(面包房) into a small hotel next。 door. Then it spread (蔓延) into Thames Street. That w。as the beginni。ng.
By ei。ght o'clock three hu。ndred houses were on fire. On Monday nearly a kilometre of the city was burnin。g along the River Thames. Tue。sda。y was the worst day. The fire destroy。ed many well-known buildings. Old St Paul's and the Gui。dhall were among them.
Samuel Pepys, the famous writer wrote about the fire. Peopl。e threw the。ir things into the ri。ver. Many poor people stayed in their houses un。til the last moment. Bird。s fell out of the air because of the heat.
The fire stopped only when the Ki。ng finall。y asked people to destr。oy hundreds of buildings in the path of the fire. With nothing。 left to burn, the fire became weak and finally died out.
After the fire, Chri。stopher Wren, the architect (建筑师), wanted a cit。y with w。ider streets and fine new houses of stone. In fact, the streets are not wide enough, but he did build more than fifty churches. Am。ong them is the new St Paul's.
The fire caused gre。at loss, but after it Lo。ndon was a better plac。e: a c。ity for the future and not just o。f the past.
( )86. The fire began in_______.
A.。 Pudding Lane B. the palace C. a hotel D. Thames Street
( )87. The und。erlined world。 'family' in the second paragraph means _______.
A. home B.。 children
C. wife and husband D. wife and children
( )88. It seems that the writer of the text was most sorry for the fact that _______.
A. some people lost their lives
B. the birds in the sky were killed by the fire
C. m。any famous buildings we。re destroyed
D. the King's bakery was burned down
( )89. Why did the writer cite (引用) Samue。l Pepys?
A. Because Pepys was among th。ose putting out the fire.
B. Bec。ause Pepys also wrote a。bout the fir。e.
C. To show that poor people suffere。d mo。st.
D. To give the reader a clearer picture of the fire.
( )90. Which of the following wer。e reasons for the quick spread of the big fir。e?
a. Ther。e was a strong wind. b. The streets were not wide.
c. Many houses were made of wood。 d. There w。as not enou。gh water in the c。ity.
e. People did not di。scover the fire earlier.
A. a, b, e 。 B. a, b, c C. a, b, c, d D. a, b, c ,d, e
The first robot。s were invented in the 1920s。. Robots h。ave appeared in many A。merican。 fi。lms. In some films, th。ey are stronger,。 fa。ster and cleverer than people.
I。n re。al life, robots are m。ainly used in factories. They do。 some dange。rous and difficult jobs for humans.
Robots also help disabled people, for example, blin。d people. Today many blind people have a guide(向导) dog to help t。hem. In the future, guide dogs might be robot do。gs.
One kind of robot guide dog has wheels. It moves in front o。f the owner. It is very clever。. It knows the speed of its owner’s walk. The owner wears a special be。lt(带子). This belt sends instructions t。o the owner from the d。og, such as “Stop here”, “Turn left” or “Turn right”.
In the United States。, another kind of robot helps disabled people to take care of t。hemselves i。n their daily li。fe. The robot hears the sound of its owner’s v。oice. It fo。llows i。nstructions such as “Turn the page” or “make a cup of coffee”.
Robots are also used in Amer。ic。an hospitals. They can do simple jobs. At on。e。 hospital, for example, a robot takes meal。s from the kitchen to patient’s rooms. It never gets lost because this robot has a map of the ho。spital in its computer memory.
Though robots can help people in man。y wa。ys, they w。ill never take the plac。e o。f humans.
91. From the pas。sage, we know robots cannot be 。 .
A. dangerous anima。ls 。 B. factory worker。s
C. guide dogs D. ho。spital helpers
92. A robot guide dog .
A. goes i。n front of blind people B. walks side by side with。 blin。d peopl。e
C. has a map in its head D. helps patients wi。th their meals
93。.Which of the following is wrong?
A. A robot guide dog can te。ll the owner where to stop.
B. Some robots can make coff。ee for their owners.
C. Some ro。bots can bring meals for pat。ients.
D. Some robots can do everything for。 their owner。s.
94.Some disabl。ed people need robots’ help to .
A. take care of themselves B. ta。lk。 to othe。r people
C. become scientists。 D. do dangerous jobs
95.In the passage, the writer wants to。 t。ell us that 。 .
A. robots are stronger and cleverer than humans.
B. disabled people c。annot look after th。emselves without the robots.
C. robots will take the place of。 humans some day in the future.
D. robots can help huma。ns in many different ways.
Busy café needs hon。est and reliable（可靠。的） waiter for week。ends. Must e。njoy working w。ith a team and d。ealing w。ith customers. Call Serge at 95562476 after 6 pm.
Alice, Sonia and Bobby are l。ooking at the employment section in th。eir local newspaper。. They are looking at advertisements for different types of jobs.
“Why don’t。 you apply（申请）for the job as a waiter, Bobby?” said Alice.
“Do you think I will have a chance?” Bobby replied.
“Of course you will,” said Alice. “Y。ou’re certainly honest and reliable（可靠的）. Everyone tru。sts you, and。 you’re never late.”
“I think Sonia should apply for the job as a nanny,” Bobby said.
“Y。es, Sonia,” Alice said. “Y。ou alway。s work so ha。rd a。nd you love c。hildren. You w。ould be perfect!”
“I’d love to。 do it,” Sonia said, “but the advertisement says they want s。omeone wh。o is experienced. I don’t have any experience or qua。lifications. But what about you, Alice?
“Yes, Alice,” Bobby said. “Which job would yo。u like”?
“I think I sh。ould become a c。areer advisor!” said Alice.
96.If you want to be a delivery person, you have。 to be 。 .
A. kind B. hardworking 。 C. inte。resting D. strong
97.The friends are looking at the empl。oym。ent section in the newspaper for _______.
A. money 。 B. ad。vertisements C. jobs D. ch。ances
98.Who is supposed to be a good waiter?
A. Alice 。 B. So。nia 。 C. Bo。bby D. Serge.
99. If Bobby wanted the job at。 the café he co。uld call Serge __________.
A. anytime B. after 6 pm 。 C.。 before 10 am 。 D. after 3 pm
100. Alic。e was the most active of the three in ________.
A. giving sug。gestions 。 B. applying for jobs
C. making experie。nces 。 D. looking at the employment advertisements
In many cities nowadays, people A ve。ry little time shopping. In the past, People B. (过去常常)go to different shops. For example, you can get meat at a butcher’s shop a。nd fish at a fish market. A fruit market sells frui。t and vegetables. For dry foods C. like beans or rice, you have to go to grocery stores.。 Today, D. you buy all these things at a supermarket, which makes a lot of money these days. But times a。re changing. Soon, people will drive in their cars to big out-of- town s。tores to buy everything. And who。 kn。ows? Sometime in t。he f。uture, E. 每个家庭将有一台计算机。People will use them to buy food and dri。nk onl。ine. And i。n so。me places it is h。appen。ing already.
104.将划线D改。写成：All these things ______。___ _________。__ at a supermarket.
105.将划线E译成英语：There ___________。 _____________ a computer in every family.
A: Sam, do you。 like pl。aying sports?
B: Yes, I do. I like it very much.
A:。 106 ?
B: Fou。r times a w。eek.
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B: I usually play basketball, ran and swim.
A: 108 。 ?
B: Playing。 basketball.
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B: Bec。ause。 it’s rela。xing and exciting. What about you, Nancy?
A: I don’t l。ike playing sports. 110 .。
B: Reading books is good, but you should tak。e some e。xercise if you want to be health。y.
A: Yes, you。’re right.
A. W。hy do you like it best。? B. I。 like reading books.
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科目： 英语 年级：九年级
A)21. opening 22. excit。ing 23. fif。th 24. st。anding 25。. us
B)26. dis。cuss 27. proud 28. twentieth 29. caref。ully 30. including
31-35 CCACD 36-40 BCABC 41-45 DCDBD 46-50 AADAB 51-55 ADCCA
A) 56-60 DBACB
B) 6。1. heard f。rom 62. broke down 63. depend on 6。4. takes