——Why are you walking so quickly, Edward?
——There_____a talent show in ten minutes.
|A．will have||B．will be||C．is going to have||D．are going to be|
It’s ______to send an e-mail than a regular mail.
|A．more quickly||B．much quickly|
After a _____ breakfast, Lily goes to school. （ ）
C. more quicker
When I was walking past the window, I noticed Wang Fei ______ my homework. I really got ______.（ ）
A. copying, annoyed
B. copying, annoying
C. copy, annoyed
D. copied, annoyed
— You are speaking too fast, Mr. Huang. We can't follow you.
— OK, I will speak more _____. （ ）
完形填空。 It was a cold winter day that Sunday. The parking lot to the church was 1 up quickly. I 2 as I got
out of my car that fellow church members were whispering among themselves as they walked to the 3 .
As I got closer I saw a man leaning 4 the wall outside the church. He was almost lying down 5 he
was asleep. He had on a long coat that was in 6 and a hat topped his head, 7 down so you couldn't see
He wore shoes that looked 30 years old, too small for his feet, with 8 all over them, his toes 9 out.
I assumed this man was 10 , and asleep, so I walked on by through the doors of the church.
We all 11 fellowship for a few minutes, and then someone brought up the man outside. People gossiped,
but no one 12 to ask him to come in, including me. A few moments later church 13 . We were all waiting
for the Preacher (传教士) to take his 14 , and to give us The Word, 15 the doors to the church opened.
16 came the homeless man, walking with his head down.
People whispered and made faces. He made his way and up onto the pulpit. When he took off his hat and
coat my heart 17 . There stood our preacher…he was the "homeless man."
No one said a word…the room was 18 .
Then the preacher took his Bible and laid it on the stand. "Folks, I don't think I have to tell you 19 I'm
preaching about today." They he started singing the 20 to this song:
"If I can help somebody as I pass along, If I can cheer somebody with a word or song.
If I can show somebody that he's traveling wrong, …"
|( )1. A. filling |
( )2. A. looked
( )3. A. car
( )4. A. below
( )5. A. even if
( )6. A. rags
( )7. A. taken
( )8. A. scratches
( )9. A. stuck
( )10. A. careless
( )11. A. continued
( )12. A. bothered
( )13. A. reported
( )14. A. turn
( )15. A. when
( )16. A. Out
( )17. A. broke
( )18. A. silent
( )19. A. where
( )20. A. sentences
|B. piling |
B. as if
|C. picking |
C. in case
|D. putting |
D. so that
_____ you are familiar with the author’s ideas, try reading all the sections as quickly as you possibly can.
|A．Now that||B．Ever since||C．So that||D．As long as|
— You look scared. What happened?
— Well , I _______ along the street ________ the UFO landed.
|A．was walking ; while||B．is walking ; when|
|C．was walking ; when||D．is walking ; while|
The Harvard Student—led Walking Tour
Let a student show you Harvard···on a free walking tour．
We welcome our neighbou to stop by the Harvard Univeity Events＆Information Centre,
located in the Holyoke Centre Arcade at 1350 Massachusetts Avenue in the heart of Harvard Square in Cambridge．
Let a student take you and your family, school，or organization on an engaging，hour-long free historical tour of the Harvard Campus. The tou leave from the Events＆Information Centre．Not only will you discover the location of fascinating exhibition and programme on campus，you will also see Harvard’s rich sampling of American history and architecture from the Colonial period to the present.
Schedule of Tou
Tou leave the Events＆Information Centre at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, and at 2 p.m. on Saturday through the academic year
(February4 through May 2；September 23 through December 16).Summer tou(June 24 through August 15)are offered at 10 a.m.,11：15 a. m．，2p.m．，and 3：15 p.m. Monday through Saturday．Reser—vacatio for special tou of 20 or more people may be made by calling the Events＆Information Centre at (617)495-1573 or emailing icenter@ camail Harvard, edu. Tou are suspended March23 through April2 for Spring Break．May3 through June23 for Spring intercession(祷告),and August16 through September 22 for Summer intercession．
NOTE：Prospective(未来的)students may take tou originating at the Harvard Admission Office, located at Byerly Hall on 8 Garden Street in Cambridge．From April through August，the Admissio staff conducts an information session at l0a.m. followed by an 11 a.m. tour．Monday through Friday On Saturdays．there is no information session but the 11 a．m．tour is still scheduled．Another session is held year-round at 2 p.m. with a 3 p.m. tour following. For more information on tou for prospective students，please call at(617)495-1551．
Harvard Univeity Events＆Information Centre
Location：Holyoke Centre Arcade．1350 Massachusetts Avenue，Cambridge MA 02138
小题1:A peon can join in a tour at ________on Saturday through the academic year．
|A．10 a.m.||B．2 p.m.||C．11：15 a.m.||D．3：15 p.m.|
小题2:If you want to go for an information session, you can go on __________.
|A．May 2||B．June 23||C．August 20||D．September 1|
小题3:A student who wants an information session may _________for more information．
|A．call (617)495-1573||B．call (617)495-1551|
|C．email icenter@ camail. Harvard.edu.||D．go to the Events＆Information Centre|
小题4:The above ad．is mainly intended for________．
|C．high school students||D．those living near Harvard University|
It takes me two hou______to the mountain. （ ）
C. to walk
Look at the bridge! It _____ ten yea ago. （ ）
B. had built
C. was built
D. was building
Actions __________ walking and drinking are quite difficult in the moon.
|A．for example||B．such as||C．including||D．liking|
--- Peter, you the window quickly, will you?
--- OK! Oh! The window broken.
|A．shut; is||B．will shut; has been|
|C．are shutting; was||D．have shut; has been|
It was a cold evening and my daughter and I were walking up Broadway．I didn’t notice a guy sitting iide a cardboard box．But Nora did．She wasn’t even four, but she 36
at my coat and said, “That man’s cold, Daddy, 37
we take him home?”
I don’t remember my reply．But I do remember a sudden 38
feeling iide me．I had always been delighted at how much my daughter noticed in her 39
, whether it was 40
in flight or children playing．But now she was noticing 41
A few days later, I saw an article in the newspaper about voluntee who picked up a food package from a nearby school on a Sunday morning and 42
it to an elderly peon．It was quick and easy．I 43
us up．Nora was 44
about it．She could undetand the importance of food, so she could easily see how 45
our job was．When Sunday came, she was ready, but I had to 46
myself to leave the house to fetch the food package．On the way to the school, I fought an urge to turn 47
．The Sunday paper and coffee were waiting for me at home．Why do this? 48
, we phoned the elderly peon we’d been appointed．She 49
us right over．
The building was in a bad state．Facing us was a silver-haired woman in an old dress．She took the package and asked us to come in．Nora ran iide．I unwillingly followed． 50
iide, I saw that the apartment belonged to someone poor．Our hostess showed us some photos．Nora played and when it came time to say good-bye, we three hugged, I walked home in tea．
Professionals call such a（n） 51
a “volunteer opportunity”．They are opportunities, and I’ve come to see．Where else but as voluntee do you have the opportunity to do something 52
that’s good for othe as well as for youelf? Nora and I regularly serve meals to needy people and 53
clothes for the homeless．Yet, as I’ve 54
her grow over these past four yea, I still wonder ------ which of us has 55
. .To answer correctly is more important than _______ .
|A．a quick finish||B．to finish quickly||C．finishing quickly||D．you finish quick|
完形填空。 A small boy was walking 1 a street in London. His name was Tom. It was a cold winter day in
1900. 2 he could not have breakfast or lunch. He didn't have any money. His father died (死了)
when he was very young. His mother was often ill, so she couldn't 3 Tom and his brother, Mike.
Both of them had to work to help their mother. He was small but his dream (梦想) was very 4 . His
wish was to be a famous actor. He worked very hard to sing and dance 5 .
One day, a man came to him and asked, " 6 in my film?" " Certainly." he answered. And he did
his 7 in it. Many people said, "We have never seen such an 8 film. "Thirty years 9 this boy
was among 10 famouspeople in the world. He made many interesting films, and lots of people
|( )1. A. along |
( )2. A. This day
( )3. A. take care
( )4. A. small
( )5. A. good
( )6. A. Are you act
( )7. A. better
( )8. A. interested
( )9. A. latter
( )10. A. the most
|B. for |
B. That day
B. looked after
B. Will you act
|C. with |
C. take care of
C. Would you
|D. to |
D. To this day
D. looks after
D. Will you
D. the more
The girl sat there quite silent and still with her eyes _______ on the wall.
|A．fixing ||B．to be fixed||C．to be fixing||D．fixed|