21.—Do you know _____girl on TV?
—Of course. She is______university student like me.
A.a;the B.a;an C.the;an D.the;a
22.—I don’t like the action film. The fights in action films have a bad influence on teenagers.
—_______. They are too terrible.
A.So do I B.Neither do I C.So will I D.Neither will I
23.My cousin has____a great interest in reading that he devotes most of his time_______himself in the world of books.
A.such;to enjoying B.so;to enjoying C.such;to enjoy D.so;to enjoy
24.There is______wrong with your car. Why not have it_________?
25.—_____heavy snow! How can you go to work today?
—_____it is snowing heavily, let’s walk instead of driving.
A.What;Though B.How;Since C.How a;Though D.What a;Since
26.Excuse me, could you lend me the book______the other day?
A.which you talt B.which you talked
C.about that you talked D.that you talked
27.—Would you_____your coat______, please?
—Ot there is no space in the drawer.
A.put;on B.put;down C.put;away D.put;up
28.—Peter, is there anything else you want to know about China?
—Yes, I’m still wondering____________.
A.how was the Great wall built in ancient times
B.why Chinese people like to play the dragon dance.
C.that Chinese people eat rice dumplings at Dragon Boat Festival
D.when did Beijing Opera begin to become popular
29.Audrey Hepburn was known______a great humanitarian_____her efforts in charity.
A. as;in B.for;for C.as;for D.for;of
30.—How about going shopping at the Shopping Centre tonight?
—_________, but I have to prepare for tomorrow’s test.
A.Sorry, I can’t B.That sounds great
C.That’s right D.Sorry, I’m terribly sorry
When George Dennehy was a young boy, he never dreamed he would spend his career as a motivational speaker(激励演说家）and musician. But the armless teenager has spent the last couple of years sharing his story and__31__others.
George was born without arms. Early on, his parents_32__his musical abilities. When he was 8 years old, his parents decided to let him learn cello（大提琴）lessons. His first teacher helped him adapt（适应）to his_33_in order to be able to play with his feet.
“She actually learned to play the cello with her feet. She wanted to see if it was_34_to do it. We failed many times,_35_we never stopped,” he says. “She helped me a lot.” Most people play the cello with hands, but Dennehy played it with his_36_.
At the beginning of high school, when the cello became not so cool to_37_, Dennehy took up playing the guitar and picp pretty fast.
“It was necessary, though, to learn the cello_38_, because it’s the hardest of all to play.” He says. “The only_39_in the guitar is that I’m playing the cords（弦）.” Dennehy uses a standard guitar. “I play in the same tune（调）as everyone else does,” he notes.
Learning to play music hasn’t been a(n)_40_road. He was shy at first. He faced _41_of being different. But every time he got on stage to perform or play music, he could see how the audience_42_him for his abilities and that gave him confidence to go on with his career.
No matter what situation we’re in, anything is possible. It is so easy to give up sometimes. But we shouldn’t do that. There’s more that is meant for us.
31.A.teaching B.greeting C.encouraging D.understanding
32.A.noticed B.practised C.missed D.hid
33.A.appearance B.behavior C.disability D.height
34.A.important B.necessary C.dangerous D.possible
35.A.but B.so C.as D.since
36.A.arms B.mouth C.teeth D.feet
37.A.watch B.save C.play D.feel
38.A.again B.first C.last D.later
39.A.task B.difference C.choice D.hobby
40.A.easy B.good C.hard D.busy
41.A.abilities B.challenges C.memories D.failures
42.A.praised B.blamed C.excused D.admired
If you want to choose some books for your children to read as they grow up, here are some good choices!
I’m Gonna Like Me
Jamie Lee Curtis Price:$15.00(10%off)
Celebrating lirself! Through the dialogue between a girl and a boy Jamie Lee Curtis’s text and Laura Cornell’s artwork show children that the key to feeling good is lirself because you are you.
What Do You Really Want?
Beverly K. Bachel Price:$20.00(15%off)
Each part includes fun exercise, helpful suggestions, and success stories from teens. Readers learn how to set a goal, put into action, build a support system, use positive self-talk, celebrate their successes, and more.
Psychology for Kids Vol1:40 Fun Tests That Help You Learn About Yourself
These 40 interesting tests help children explore thier interests and abilities, find out why they act the way they do, and discover what makes them different.
The Golden Rule
Ilene Cooper Price:$10.00(20%off)
In this illustrated（附插图的）books, a grandfather explains to his grandson that the Golden Rule means you treat people the way you would like to be treated. It’s golden because it’s so valuable, and it’s a way of living your life simply.
It’s Okay to Be Different
Todd Parr Price:$20.00(10%off)
The booll of bright colors and silly scenes, tells children how to learn to accept others, understand others, and respect others. The writer always tells stories in a way that is easy for children to understand.