Complete the dialogue: (
A. What shall I bring then ? C. you’re invited, too. E. I like parties.
Mary: Tom: Mary: Tom: Mary: Tom : Mary: Tom : Mary: Tom :
B. You are welcome. D. Not too bad, F. that will be fine.
Hi, Tom. How nice to see you here! Hello, Mary. How are you? 1 thanks you. What are you going to buy? You know I’m preparing a party at home, so I’ll buy some vegetables and fruits. Oh yes, 2 3 You don’t have to bring anything. As long as ( 只要 ) you come and join us, 4 Thank you, Mary. 5 Bye! Bye-bye! (
A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B:
Do you have more colour for this shirt ? 1 It’s a present for my little girl. 2 That’s no question. 3 Good. May I see it ? Just wait for a minute. I’ll bring it over. 4 Sure. I’ll ask someone to get one for you. Thanks a lot. You’re welcome. Is there anything else I can help with ? Yes. 5 Well, we have many kinds over there. (
A. Do you have any boxes to put the things in ? B. We have that colour. C. I’d like a pair of sunglasses. D. Maybe something in blue. E. How much is it ? F. What colour would you like ?
A. Who’s that calling ? C. Hold the line please. E. I speak to Ellen ? A: MayWill you join us ?
B: A: C: A: C: A: C: A: C: A: C:
B. I agree with you. D. In the Forest Park. F. Are you John ?
1 She is in the kitchen. Ellen, you are wanted on the phone. Hello. This is Ellen. 2 This is John. Peter and I want to have a picnic tomorrow. Sure. Where are you going to have it ? 4 How shall we go there ? I think it’s better for us to go by bus. 5 Shall we meet at my home at 8:00 ? Ok. (
  4) A. Why do you come to our school ? C. Allow me to introduce myself. E. but I don’t think we’ve met before. G. Do you like your new school ?
B. Glad to meet you ! D. Though you’re a new student. F. What about you!
James: Hello. Margaret: Hello, 1 James: I am a newcomer. 2 I come from Huangpu District. My name is James. Margaret: 3 My name is Margaret. Everyone calls me Margie. James: Glad to meet you. Margaret: I am in Class 1, Grade
  8. 4 James: I am in Class 2, Grade
  9. Margaret: 5 James: I don’t think my former school is suitable for me, and your school is famous for sports. You know, I am crazy for sports. Margaret: Oh, I see. 6 James: Definitely. (
A. Do you feel like going to the concert? C. What about having some drinks ? E. I wonder if you are doing anything.
Bill: Tom: Bill: Tom: Bill: Tom: Bill: Tom: Bill: Tom: Bill: G. What are you doing ? Oh, hi, Tom. 1 Oh, not bad. 2 on Friday night. No, nothing special, why? Well, 3 Oh, that’s a wonderful idea. I like music. Great! 4 Sure, why not? 5 Why don’t I pick you up at your house ? Ok, 6 Is eight o’clock OK ? Fine. Well, see you then. (
B. What time ? D. Where shall we meet ? F. How are you doing ?
A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B:
A. Can I go there by underground ? B. Excuse me, can you tell me where the Railway Station is ? C. Is it far ? D. Where is the bus stop ? E. That’s very kind of you. F. I’ll show you the way. 1 G. You’re most welcome. You can take a No.817 or a No.115 bus. Let me see…. Oh! Yes, you can take No. 912 trolley bus, too. 2 No, you can’t. 3 Turn left first and then go straight for two blocks. You can’t miss the bus stop. 4 No, it’s only a five-minute walk. In fact, I’m going in the same direction myself, so if you come with me, 5 Thanks a lot. 6
A. Have you written to all of those people?
B. C. D. I have to write them back right away. E-mail is just so convenient. Because this is e-mail.
A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B:
Hi, Jack. Are you still on the computer. 1 I’ve got so many e-mails to go through. 2 Some are messages from my friends. 3 Why? 4 People want a quick reply. Maybe. But they don’t know how many e-mail you get. 5 I already have 50 people’s addresses in my address book. 6 Of course. When I find out that someone has e-mail, I just have to send them a message. A: Now I know why you get so many e-mails. (
  8) A. B. C. D. F. B: I hear it’s one of the tallest TV towers in the world. You can also take the sightseeing tunnel to get there. Could you tell me what to visit around Pudong ? How can I get there ? E. I’ll take the sightseeing tunnel. That’s all right. G. Can I get there by bus ? 1 Well, there is Jinmao Tower, Shanghai Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Century Park and so on.
A: A: B: A: B: A: B:
I think I’d like to see Shanghai Oriental Pearl TV Tower first. 2 Yes, it is. By the way, 3 Eh, you can take the underground or a taxi. Oh, 4 It’s magnificent. I see. 5 Thank you. 6 (
  9) A. C. E. G. I will start today. When the weather is warmer, I’ll do it. Never better, Henry. you are heavier than you used to be. B. I’m feeling a little tired these days.. D. Very well, thank you. F. I’m ill these days.
A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A:
Hello, Susan. How is everything in New York ? 1 How are you ? How is the family ? Everyone’s fine. But in fact, 2 You’re getting older, Henry, and 3 Everyone gets older. But you look younger than ever. What’s your secret ? There is no secret. I get more exercises than you. And I’m more careful about my diet. You should too. You are right. 4 No, Henry. You should start now. Okay, 5 Thank you for the advice. (
A. It’s wonderful. B. Yes, let’s hurry. C. Are you sure ? D. Are you kidding ? E. Why aren’t you ready ? F. It’s lovely. G. I don’t think you can say “no” today. A: Hi, Anne. 1 It’s almost nine o’clock. B: I’m sorry, Martin. I’m not going to the Century Park. We are going to hold a party for Angela there. Today is her birthday. A: Oh. Why ? 2 B: 3
A: Yes, she will leave for New York next week. B: Oh, I see. A: After the party we are going to take the magnetic levitation train (磁浮列车). 4 Have you ever taken it ? B: No, I haven’t. A: And then, are you going, Anne ? B: 5 II. Reading comprehension (T or F):
  1) Robots seem very new to most people. But they have a long history. The first one was made by a Greek inventor. You may have seen robots in some films. The robots in these films are stronger, faster and cleverer than people. In real life, most robots are used in factories. They are used to do many dangerous, difficult or boring jobs. Some people can’t see. Many of these people use a dog to help themselves move around. This dog is called a guide dog. Scientists are making a robot to help them. In the future, robot dogs might take the place of these guide dogs. Robots are also used in American hospitals. At one hospital, a robot takes meals from the kitchen to the sick people’s rooms. It never loses its way because it has a map of the hospital in its computer system. In the future, robots will work in space. But robots will never take the place of human help. They can, however, help us in a lot of different ways. True or False ( )
  1. The first robot was invented by a Greek. ( )
  2. Robots can only be seen in films. ( )
  3. Robots can help some people look after themselves. ( )
  4. Today’s robots have quite a few different uses. ( )
  5. A robot cooks meals for the sick people at an American hospital. (
  2) Dear Steven, How time flies! It is almost two weeks since you left for America. I received your letter. Your Chinese is quite good with only a few mistakes. Please keep working hard on your Chinese. I translated your letter into English and then I told the class what you said. Bob and Jane said that they knew what you meant about not wanting to eat rice but Suzy said that she didn’t understand foreigners at all. Yesterday at school Miss Zhang gave us an English dictation test. I came top of the class with 19 correct answers out of
  20. The only word I spelled wrongly was ‘chimney’ but it is an unusual word, don’t you think? Tomorrow we are all going on a class trip to the history museum. We are going to see a special exhibition about the British in Hong Kong. I am looking forward to seeing photographs of old Hong Kong and to seeing how the famous harbor has changed. Maybe one day I will visit there, who knows? As for the presents you should bring back from America: most of the class said they wanted baseball caps. Xiao Ping said he wanted you to bring back a real American hamburger, but I don’t think you are allowed to do that. I would like an English dictionary to help me with my studies. That’s all for today. Please give my best wishes to your family and don’t forget to write soon. Yours friend, May ( )
  1. Steven flew to American a week ago. ( )
  2. May made no mistakes in the dictation test. ( )
  3. May has been to Hong Kong before. ( )
  4. Xiao Ping did not want a baseball cap. ( )
  5. May wants a Chinese dictionary to help with her studies. (
  3) When you want to go shopping, decide how much money you can spend for new clothes. Think about the kind of clothes you really need. Then look for those clothes on sale. There are labels inside all new clothes. The labels tell you how to take care of your clothes. The label on a coat may say “dry clean only”. Washing may ruin this coat. If you do as the directions say on the label, you can keep your clothes looking their best. Dry cleaning is expensive. When buying new clothes, check to see if they will need to be dry cleaned. You will save money if you buy clothes that can be washed. You can save money if you buy clothes that are well made. Clothes that cost more money are not always better made. They do not always fit better. Sometimes less expensive clothes look and fit better than more expensive clothes. ( )
  1. If you want to save money, you can buy clothes that can be dry cleaned.
  2. The labels inside the clothes tell you how to keep them looking their best. ( )
  3. We learn form the reading cheaper clothes can sometimes fit you better. ( )
  4. The best title for the reading should be Being a Clever Clothes Shopper ( )
  5. There are labels inside some new clothes (
  4) Keep a diary Many people begin each year by starting d diary. Few of them continue writing in their diaries, however. They forget or at the day they are too tired. A good diary is not just a list of what a person has done. A diary that reads “Got up,” “Had breakfast,” “Went to school,” “Came home,” “Did my homework,” “Went to bed” is not a good diary. It is boring. A good diary says something about the most interesting things that have happened to the writer, and something about what he/she thought. Here is one of Lily’s diary entries. June Monday, June
  24. We went to the swimming pool today. I had my first swimming lesson. At first I was very afraid. I was sure I would drown(淹死)。 I hated it when the water went up my nose and into my ears. I kept my eyes closed all the time. Slowly, however, I became more confident(自信的). The teacher made sure I would always touch the bottom of the pool with my feet and that my head was above water. By the end of the lesson I could float(浮) on the water for at least a minute. I’m glad I’m learning to swim; it can be lots of fun. Soon I hope to be able to dive into the pool and swim underwater. ( )
  1. Most people stop writing in their diaries because they can’t think of anything to write. ( )
  2. A good diary is about everything the writer does every day. ( )
  3. Lily didn’t have any swimming lessons before June
  24. ( )
  4. Touching the bottom of the pool made Lily more confident. ( )
  5. Lily hopes to stop the water going up into her nose soon. (
  5) We are all busy talking about and using the Internet, but how many of us know the history of Internet? Many people are surprised when they find that the Internet was set up in the 1960s. At that time, computers were large and expensive. Computer networks didn’t work well. If one computer in the network broke down, then the whole network stopped. So a new network system had to be set up. It had to be good enough to be used by many different computers. If part of the network was not working, information could be sent through another part. In this way a computer network system would keep on working all the time. At first the Internet was only used by the government, but in the early 1970s, universities, hospitals and banks were allowed to use it too. However, computers were still very expensive and the Internet was difficult to use. By the start of the 1990s, computers, became cheaper and easier to use. Scientists had also developed software that made “surfing” the Internet more convenient. Today it is easy to get on-line and it is said that millions of people use the Internet every day. Sending e-mails is more and more popular among students. The Internet has now become of the most important parts of people’s lives. ( )
  1. The Internet has a history of less than thirty years. ( )
  2. In the 1960s, computer networks went wrong easily. ( )
  3. Scientist set up a new system to make computer cheaper. ( )
  4. Universities, hospitals and banks were allowed to use computers in 1960s. ( )
  5. People didn’t have enough software to get on-line conveniently until early 1990s. (
  6) Many teenagers feel that most important people in their friends. They believe that their family members, especially their parents, do not know them as well as their friends do. In large families, it is often for brother and sister to fight with each other and they can only go to their friends for advice. It is very important for teenagers to have one good friend or a circle of friends. Even when they are not with their friends,



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