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导读:本篇大意是:木匠约翰给主人公的妻子做了一个小饭桌,结账时的账单上把成本费17.00、油漆料钱1.50、工价8.00和日期10一起相加,多计价10元,结果被主人发现了,但他并没有直接批评多

  本篇大意是:木匠约翰给主人公的妻子做了一个小饭桌,结账时的账单上把成本费17.00、油漆料钱1.50、工价8.00和日期10一起相加,多计价10元,结果被主人发现了,但他并没有直接批评多要钱的木匠,只是诙谐地说:“月底30日做比月初10日做,还要贵些,是不是?”而且只付了木匠应得到的26.50元钱.很明显,本篇比上篇更难些,因上篇中主人公怀特和厂家双方处理的问题是直接的,直言不讳,而本篇中的主人公却是明人做暗事,肚内藏机关,木匠虽然诡谲,主人却更机灵,一眼看穿了木匠的把戏,但他处理问题颇有技巧,既解决问题,不多花钱,又不搞得很僵,双方不快,体现了现代生意场中的交往策略和洽谈风格.我国正在建设社会主义市场经济,这是法制化、规范化的市场经济,反对不正当的竞争.此文有一定的现实意义,文中的内容联系着当代的社会生活,通过英语试卷,同样可以检验学生:的审视能力.

  Our village carpenter(木匠), John Hill, came one day and made a dining table for my wife. He made it just the right size to fill the space between the two windows. When I got home that evening, John was drinking a cup of tea and writing out his bill(账单) for the job.

  My wife said to me, quietly, “That's his ninth cup of tea today.” But she said, in a loud voice, “It's a beautiful table, dear, isn't it?”

  “I'll decide about that when I see the bill,” I said.

  John laughed and gave me his bill for the work. I read:

  One dining table
10 November 1989
  Cost((成本;费用)) of wood
£17.00(£是pound的符号)
  Paint(油漆)
1.50
  Work, 8 hours (£1 an hour)
8.00
  Tota1(合计)
36.50

  When I was looking at the bill, John said, “It's been a fine day, hasn't it? Quite sunny.”

  “Yes,” I said. “I'm glad it's only the 10th of November.”

  “Me, too,” said John. “You wait-it'll be a lot colder by the end of the month.”

  “Yes. Colder-and more expensive! Dining tables will be £20 more expensive on November 30th, won't they, John?”

  John looked hard at me for half a minute. Was there a little smile in his two blue eyes? I gave his bill back to him.

  “If it isn't too much trouble, John,” I said, “please add it up again. You can forget the date.”

  I paid him £26.50 and he was happy to get it.

1.Why did John talk about the weather when the writer was looking at the bill?

A Because he didn't want the writer to go through the bill carefully.

B.Because it was really a fine day.

C.Because he wanted the writer to check the bill carefully.

D.Because he wanted to tell the writer what the weather was like.

2.Why did the writer say that dining tables would be £ 20 more expensive on November 30th?

[  ]

A.Because it was difficult to make dining tables in cold weather.

B.Because paint would be more expensive.

C.Because the cost of wood would be more expensive.

D.Because he thought John would almost certainly add the date to the cost of the dining table.

3.The writer thought John would ask for ________ if he made a dining table on the last day of November.

[  ]

A.£20.00
B.£46.50
C.£56.50
D.£26.50

4.When the writer gave him the money, John was happy because ________.

[  ]

A.he got what he should get for his work

B.he got much more money for his work

C.he got the money easily

D.he didn't have to add up the costs again

5.From the story we know that ________.

[  ]

A.John made a mistake in the bill

B.John tried to fool the writer in order to get more money for his work

C.John had written out the bill before the writer got home

D.John still wanted to get £36.50 for his work in the end

3.What time ____ your brother usually _____(do) his homework? 4.You can_______(come) here by bus. 5. Who ____(have) a ruler?  6.Are they_____(clean) the room?  7.-____ you____(eat) dinner? – Yes, we are. 8.Jack ____(have) a soccer ball, but he ____(not have) a basketball. 9._______Jim _______(like)______(run)? 10.They _____(be) from Canada. They______(not speak) Chinese. 11. He wants _________________(be) tall. 1.我们正在吃晚餐。             2、我们每天6点起床。  We __________________________.     We __________________ at six every day. 3.你们在聊天吗?是的。          4、他们常常聊天吗?不是。  _______ they _______?  Yes, they _____.   ______ they often ______ ? No, they ________. 5、他在做什么?他在做作业。         6、他晚上常干什么?他常做作业。  What ____he  ___?  He_______.   What ___he usually ___ in the evening? He usually______. 答案: 1.are having dinner   2. get up  3. Are , talking , are   4. Do , talk, don’t     5. is doing, is doing homework   6. does, do, does , homework      A young man once went into town and bought himself a pair of trousers. When he got home, he went
upstairs to his bedroom and put them on. He found that they were about two inches too long. He went
downstairs to the kitchen. His mother and two sisters were washing up the tea-things there. "The new
trousers are too long," he said politly. "They need shonening by about two inches. Could one of you do
it for me, please?" His mother and sister were busy and none of them said anything. But as soon as his
mother had finished wash'ing up,she went quietly upstairs to her son's bedroom and shonened the
tmusers by two inches. She came downstairs without saving anything to her daughters.
     Later on. after supper, the elder sister remembered her brother's trousers. She was a kind-hearted
girl, so she went quickedy upstairs without saying anything to anyone,and shortened the trousers by two
inches.
     The younger sister went to the cinema, but when she came home,she also remembered her brother's
trousers. So she ran upstalrs and did as her mother and sister had done. You can imagine the look on the
young man's face when he put the trousers on the next morning.
1. The young man's trousers were _____ for him at first.
A. a bit too long    
B. very good    
C. not too long    
D. too shon
2. The young man's mother and sisters didn't answer because they were busy _____ in the kitchen.
A. cooking        
B. making tea
C. washing clotlles    
D. washing cups,glasses and so on
3. His elder sister shortened the trousers _____.
A. in the evening    
B. after lunch
C. as soon as she had finished the  washing    
D. after she came back from the cinema
4. The next moming the young man found that the trousers were _____ inches too short for him.
A. two    
B. four    
C. six    
D. eight
5. We can imagine that when the young man put the trousers on the next morning, he Would feel _____
A. happy    
B. surprising    
C. surprised    
D. thankful

My mom isn’t fancy like other moms.They wear fancy clothes and drive fancy cars. My mom wears her gardening clothes when she walks me to school.

When fancy moms laugh,their laughs sound soft and whispery. You can hear my mom’s laugh from down the hall. I show her how to laugh quietly and she practices. But before long she starts laughing even harder than before.

At the talent show,my mom cheers loudly,“Bravo,everyone!Bravo!”instead of clapping politely the way fancy moms do.

For our class hike(徒步旅行),parents are invited. At breakfast I go over my rules for Mom,“Please don’t whistle. Don’t laugh loudly. No clapping. And stay in line.”

The other moms show up wearing fancy jackets and sneakers. My mom wears cutoffs,a floppy straw hat,and her old hiking boots.

We hike along,all in a line. Soon Mom starts to whistle her hiking songs,She’ll Be Coming Round the Mountain.I shake my head at her. She stops and whispers,“Oops. Sorry,Jane.”

We keep hiking. Everything is perfect until…

Our teacher,Ms. Steele,stops and points,“A snake!”All the moms hold their kids hands and back up,except my mom.“Watch out!It might be poisonous(有毒的)!”Ms. Steele says.

The other moms shuttle back some more. However,my mom steps forward and says,“Hmm. Let’s see what kind it is. Nope,it’s not poisonous.”

I shut my eyes.I know what’s coming next. Mom makes a sudden attack.“Got it!”she says. The other moms scream,not sounding fancy at all.

Kids gather around as Mom examines the snake.“It’s OK to touch,”she says.

Everyone’s too scared,but I go first.“snakes aren’t slimy,”I tell them. Right away,others line up. A couple of the fancy moms come up to touch the snake’s tail.

Later,Ms. Steele tells us to draw our favorite part of the hike. After a while,I look around quickly. Everyone’s picture is of Mom and me with the snake.

As we hike back to the bus,I squeeze Mom’s hand.“I’m glad I didn’t tell you my don’t-catch-snakes rule.”She smiles. But soon,she’s whistling her hiking songs again!

I start to make her silent,then stop. Instead,I take a deep breath and sing out too. Everyone joins in,even the fancy moms.

1.The word“fancy”in this passage is close to“ ”.

A.fashionable or expensive B.energetic or valuable

C.modern or comfortable D.common or popular

2.Jane tries to make some rules for her mom because .

A.she expects her mom not to catch snakes

B.she is afraid her mom will make her lose face

C.she wants her mom to be different from others

D.she wishes her mom to act more politely than the other moms

3.Jane begins to feel proud of her mom when .

A.she goes first to touch the snake and other kids follow her

B.she joins her mom in singing together with the other moms

C.she tries to stop her mom whistling but later she give up

D.she finds everyone drawing about her mom and her with the snake

4.Which can be the best title for the passage?

A.My Mom Isn’t Fancy

B.Our Hike Isn’t Perfect

C.An Unpleasant Talent Show

D.An Unforgettable Experience

Lots of people get money from ATMs before going shopping. If you don’t know how to use an ATM, read the following instructions(说明) carefully.
●Put your card into the machine(机器).
●Look at the screen. Input(输入) your password into the machine.
●Input how much money you want on the screen of the machine. Then press OK.
●Get the money from the machine. If you want, you can also get a receipt(收据).
●Take back your card.
Remember these rules:
●Don’t write your password on your card.
●Don’t let other people know your password.
●If you lose your card, tell the bank at once.
小题1:What does the underlined word “password” mean in Chinese?
A.数字B.规则C.密码D.银行卡
小题2:These are the instructions of the ATM. Put these things into right order.
①Get the money from the machine.
②Input the password into the machine.
③Take back your card.
④Put your card into the machine.
⑤Input how much money you want on the screen and press OK.
A.④②⑤①③B.⑤①③④②
C.④②①③⑤D.⑤①④②③
小题3: If you want, you can get ______ from the ATM.
A.a passwordB.a receiptC.a cardD.a present
小题4: According to the passage, you _______ .
A.shouldn’t write your password on the card.
B.can let your best friend know your password.
C.shouldn’t tell the bank that you lose your card.
D.shouldn’t use the ATM to get your money.
小题5:The passage is about ______ .
A.where to get the moneyB.how to have a bank card
C.how to use an ATMD.when to use an ATM
10. _______(他) loves _______(她), and _______(她) loves _______(他),too.       _______(我) love _________(你), and ________(你) love _______(我),too. 八,There be句型 句型转换 1)There is a bank on the street.         2) There are some cars in front of the park. 否定句:There _______a bank on the street.   否定句:There ______  _______cars in front of the bank. 一般问句_______ ______ a bank on the street? 一般问句:____ ______ ______cars in front of the bank? 就划线部分提问:________ on the street?    就划线部分提问:_____  _____   in front of the bank?  There’s a bank on the street.           There are some cars in front of the bank. 同上:____  ______  ______are there on the street? 同上:____ ____  ____ are there in front of the bank   There’s only one.                 There’re some. 2)将下列句子改为否定句、一般疑问句。 根据短文内容,判断正(T)误(F)。      We often see people in different offices wear different clothes. In America, a businessman goes to 
work in a dark suit, with black shoes, socks and a tie. A reporter goes to work in old blue jeans, a work
 shirt and sneakers (运动鞋). These two kinds of clothes are suitable for their work. 
     If you are a college student who will leave school soon, before starting a job, you have to buy some 
new clothes. And you'd better have a look at "what everyone else is wearing" in the office. On certain
(某种) kinds of business occasions, the men wear only suits with white shirts and dark ties. On others, 
men can wear jackets.
      Dressing is very important. Without it, there is no successful fashion. It would be helpful if everyone 
looks at himself in the mirror before leaving home every morning.  (     )1. It's very common to see people in different offices wear the same clothes.                                  
(     )2. If you are a student, you'd better know "what everyone else is wearing" in an office before  
            working there.
(     )3. Suits with white shirts and dark ties are for men on certain kinds of business occasions.
(     )4. A reporter often goes to work in a dark suit.                                                                
(     )5. Dressing is important for successful fashion.                                                                

十二、阅读理解。(10%)

(一) American people like to say “Thank you. ” when other people help them or say something kind to them. People of many other countries do so,too. It is a very good habit. You should say “Thank you” when someone passes you something on the table,when someone opens the door for you and when someone says you do your work well,or you have a nice thing,or your city is very beautiful. “Thank you” is used not only between friends,but also between parents and children,brothers and sisters,husbands and wives.

“Excuse me” is another useful sentence ①. When you hear someone say something behind you,you know that someone wants to walk past you. It's not polite② to interrupt③ others while they are talking. If you want to speak to one of them,say “Excuse me” first,and then begin talking. You should also do so when you want to cough or make any noise before others.

Let's learn to say “Thank you” and “Excuse me”.

(注:①sentence句子;②polite有礼貌的;③interrupt打断)

() 1. like to say “Thank you” and “Excuse me”.

   A. People in many countries

   B. Only American people

   C. Except American people

   D. All the people in the world

() 2. You should say “Thank you” when (当......时) .

   A. someone asks you for help

   B. someone opens the door for you

   C. you pass something to others on the table

   D. you make mistakes

() 3. You hear others say your city is very beautiful,you should say “  ”.

   A. Not at all   B. Excuse me   C. Thank you   D. I'm sorry

() 4. If you want to walk past someone,you’d better say “ ”first.

   A. Hello   B. Don’t move   C. Excuse me   D. I'm sorry

() 5. It's to interrupt others when they are talking.

   A. not polite   B. polite   C. good   D. happy

Li Na is a 15—year—old schoolgirl. She wants a penfriend. The penfriend should be a girl around her age who is good at English and loves watching movies and cartoons. So she looks in “penfriends” magazine, and finds a lot of people in the magazine.
Name: Doruk           Born: 1993
Country: Turkey
Writing languages:      Turkish, English
Hey! I’m Doruk and I live in Turkey. I like to play sports and watch films. My favourite lesson is maths and I’d like to be a computer engineer in the future. If you like watching films too, write to me!
 
Name: Pauline          Born: 1993
Country: the USA
Writing language: English
Hi! My name is Pauline. I am a 16-year-old girl who likes movies and cartoons. I love talking to friends, too. The only problem is I have no friends. I am looking for a girl penfriend around my age. Write me!
 
Name: Vicky           Born: 1994
Country: Greece
Writing languages: English, French
Hello, my name is Vicky and I’m looking for a penfriend between 16 and 20 years old. I’m a tennis and basketball player. I love music and I can play the violin. I enjoy shopping, meeting new people, and learning about new cultures. I have a lot of interests so I won’t be a boring penfriend! I’m waiting for your answer.
 
Name: Ashley            Born: 1996
Country: UK
Writing language: English
Hi, I’m Ashley. I’m 12, much more mature(成熟的), though. I love Japan. I love Japanese cartoons and J—pop music. So if you’re Japanese, feel free totell me stuff about Japan!
 
【小题1】 What’s Doruk’s favourite subject?
A.English.B.Japanese.C.Maths.D.Music.
【小题2】 Who looks for a penfriend in "penfriends" magazine?
A.Li Na.B.Pauline .C.Vicky .D.Ashley.
【小题3】Where does Ashley come from?
A. Greece.      B. The USA.     C. Turkey.      D. UK.

Do you have a vegetable garden? Have you ever watched a seed (种子) sprout (发芽), grow and fruit until it became the tomato on your plate? If you go to school in the US, there’s a good chance you have.

At the moment, nearly 20 percent of schools in the US have their own vegetable gardens that are planted and cared for by students. Next year, even more schools will have gardens and more US kids will know the pleasure of growing their own food.

Much of the growing interest in planting comes from First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” project, which started last year. The First Lady wants to improve children’s nutrition (营养) in the US — and she began her project by planting a garden at the White House with the help of some local kids. The kids were more interested in eating the vegetables from their garden than in eating fast food. This gave the First Lady an idea.

Because so many US kids eat breakfast and lunch at school, the food should be healthy and good. Why not let kids grow the food for their own cafeterias (食堂)? Mrs .Obama’s plan gives money to schools to start their own gardens, and more school gardens are sprouting up every day.

Students also use the information from their gardens to study science and math, and they paint pictures of their gardens in art class. Many students choose to work in the garden instead of playing on the playground during their noon break. Sound like fun? Ask your teacher if there’s room for a garden at your school, too.

38 Much of the growing interest in planting comes from ___________.

A. The First Lady’s “Our Garden” project          

B. The First Lady’s money

C. The First Lady’s ideas                                 

D. The First Lady’s “Let’s Move” project

39. Why should the food be healthy and good?

A. Because so many US kids aren’t healthy.      

B. Because so many US kids eat breakfast and lunch at school.

C. Because so many US kids’ nutrition is good enough.

D. Because so many US kids grow vegetables.

40. According to the story, which statement is NOT true?

A. The “Let’s Move” project started last month.  

B. The First Lady began planting a garden with the help of some local school kids.

C. Next year, more US kids will have the pleasure of growing their own food.  

D. Students use the information from their gardens to study science and math.

41. According to the story, we learn that ___________.

A. Every school in the US has its own vegetable garden 

B. All kids in the US grow the food for their own cafeterias  

C. First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” project was unsuccessful

D. Students can learn a lot from their gardens

(   )1. A. a          
(   )2. A. bad in       
(   )3. A. little         
(   )4. A. swim        
(   )5. A.  doesn’t      
(   )6. A. for           
(   )7. A. teach        
(   )8. A. help        
(   )9. A. clever     
(   )10. A. That’s right B. an       
B. good at   
B. a little   
B. swims     
B. doesn’t   
B. to        
B. teaches   
B. to help   
B. friendly  
B. welcome   C. x                 
C. well in          
C. a few               
C. swimming         
C. didn’t             
C. of                
C. to teach             
C.  helped           
C. funny               
 C. That’s all right D. the           
D. hard at    
D. a bit         
D. to swim   
D. didn’t do   
D. with        
D. teaching       
D. helping 
D. polite     
D. Ok          10. _______(他) loves _______(她), and _______(她) loves _______(他),too.       _______(我) love _________(你), and ________(你) love _______(我),too. 八,There be句型 句型转换 1)There is a bank on the street.         2) There are some cars in front of the park. 否定句:There _______a bank on the street.   否定句:There ______  _______cars in front of the bank. 一般问句_______ ______ a bank on the street? 一般问句:____ ______ ______cars in front of the bank? 就划线部分提问:________ on the street?    就划线部分提问:_____  _____   in front of the bank?  There’s a bank on the street.           There are some cars in front of the bank. 同上:____  ______  ______are there on the street? 同上:____ ____  ____ are there in front of the bank   There’s only one.                 There’re some. 2)将下列句子改为否定句、一般疑问句。

完型填空

My name is Mike. I’m America. I’m in a school in Shanghai. Here is a ________ of my class.

You can see my in the photo. Jimmy likes to play soccer very much. Helen likes math. Her favourite is hamburgers. Sandra doesn’t like math. But she can speak Chinese. She likes ________ and she sings very well. We all like to ________ to her songs. Sally is a black girl. She is from Africa. She likes to eat ________ . Can you ________ me in the photo? The ________ in a blue shirt is me. I like to eat bananas, too. Bob likes computers very much. He plays computer games very well. Nick likes sports. And he often plays ________ with Jimmy. He likes strawberries best.

1.A. with B. from C. at D. to

2.A. book B. desk C. room D. photo

3.A. brothers B. sisters C. friends D. teachers

4.A. food B. movie C. teacher D. subject

5.A. running B. singing C. writing D. working

6.A. tell B. love C. join D. listen

7.A. grapes B. pears C. oranges D. bananas

8.A. know B. find C. talk D. take

9.A. boy B. girl C. son D. teacher

10.A. volleyball B. tennis C. soccer D. ping-pong

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