第一课时 七年级上册Units 1-4
( A ) 1. I want to buy _______ jacket. The one I’m wearing is too old.
A. a B. an C. the D. /
( B ) 2. How about to the party?
A. to go B. going C. goes D. go
( C ) 3. The water is too hot. We’d better
A. not to drink B. do n’t drink
C. not drink D. drink not
( D ) 4. The cake good. I can’t wait to eat it.
A. feels B. sounds
C. tastes D. smells
( B ) 5. —Can you carry ?
—Yes, I think so.
A. two bags of rices
B. two bags of rice
C. two bags rice
D. the two bags rices
( C )6. —Waiter, I ordered beef noodles, but
I can't see any beef in the noodles!
—________ your glasses and you can see the beef.
A. Wear B. Dress
C. Put on D. Take down
( D ) 7. —I like that camera. is it?
—It’s 100 dollars.
A. How often B. How many
C. How long D. How much
( D )8. —I’m hungry. Could I eat ________?
—No, you shouldn’t eat ________until you see a doctor.
A. anything; something
B. anything; anything
C. something; something
D. something; anything
( C ) 9. We’re going to have fun a new kind of fruit.
A. ate B. to eat C. eating D. eats
( D ) 10. —Would you like some ice cream, Vera?
— . It’s my favorite.
A. No, I’m not thirsty B. No, thanks
C. Yes, I do D. Yes, please
A little boy almost thought of himself as the most unfortunate child in the world because a terrible illness made his leg lame（瘸的）. He 11 played with his classmates, and when the teacher asked him to answer questions, he always lowered (垂下) his head without a 12 .
One spring, the boy’s father got some seedlings 13 the neighbor and told his children to plant one each person. The father also 14 to buy a favorit e gift for whoever grew best. The boy also wanted to get his father’s gift. But seeing his brothers and sisters carry water actively, he lost 15 . So after watering it once or twice, he never 16 it.
A few days later, when the little boy went to see his tree again, he was 17 to find that it appeared greener and stronger than his sisters’ and brothers’. His father 18 his promise, bought the boy his favorite gift.
From then on, t he little boy became happier. One night, he came to the courtyard and found his father wornder his tree with a big spoon. 19 , he understood: his father had been secretly watering his small tree! He 20 into his room again, tears running down out of control.
Years passed, the little boy became President of the United States．His name was Franklin Roosevelt.
( B ) 11. A. always B. seldom
C. often D. sometimes
( A ) 12. A. word B. smile
C. sign D. letter
( D ) 13. A. through B. into
C. of D. from
( B )14. A. demanded B. promised
C. wondered D. wished
( C )15. A. touch B. sight
C. heart D. face
( B )16. A. looked for B. looked after
C. loot D. loop
( D )17. A. frightened B. excited
C. worried D. surprised
( C )18. A. changed B. forgot
C. kept D. broke
(C )19. A. Fortunately B. Therefore
C. Suddenly D. However
( A )20. A. went B. gave
C. turned D. sent
Today you can find fast-food restaurants in almost every part of our city. In some streets you can find a McDonald’s next to a cky Fried Chicken restaurant, while across the street from the cky Fried Ch icken restaurant there may be a Pizza Hut restaurant. People like fast-food restaurants because they are convenient. They are open from early in the morning till late at night, and they are open most days of the year. In a fast-food restaurant you usually stand in a queue in front of the counter. Above the counter are pictures of all the different items you can order and their prices. After you give your order, the men behind the counter prepares it very quicsually in less than three minutes. Then they give you your hamburger or hot dog in a paper bag or cardboard box. You pay for it before you eat it. You can eat it in the restaurant or tatside.
( A )21.We can see fast-food restaurants almost .
A. everywhere B. in few streets
C. in big streets D. nowhere
( D ) 22. In our city, there are .
A. Mc Donald’s
B. cky Fried Chicken restaurants
C. Pizza Hut restaurants
D. A, B and C
( D )23. People like fast-food restaurants because .
A. they are convenient
B. they are open from morning till night
C. they are open early every day
D. A, B and C
( C ) 24. In a restaurant above the counter are .
A. pictures of food B. prices of food
C. both A and B D. a long queue
( A ) 25.Which is right according to the passage?
A. Food is kept in paper bags or boxes.
B. You can’t eat the food at the restaurant.
C. You can eat the food before you pay for it
D. You can’t eat the food outside
When I waited in the living room, I saw my dad come up the path with a white envelope in his hand. I had waited all day for this. As soon as he set foot in the house, I reached over him to get it. He threw the envelope on the table and said that it was nothing to get excited about.
I was looking forward to seeing my report for my first year in high school. I opened the repo rt and saw that I came in first in my cla ss. I was feeling so excited. But when I saw my dad’s cold face and heard his cold words, I was really hurt by ho w he ignored (忽略) my hard work. I didn’t know why but said nothing, and just shut the door with a bang. I got a good mark and I wanted to share my happiness with someone, but I felt alone.
Thinking over what had happened to us, I suddenly realized something. I was so busy studying that I had kept away from my family unconsciously (不知不觉地). We used to watch movies a第二课时 七年级上册Units 5-8
(C) 1. Lily can play football well. But she can’t play g uitar.
A. a; the B. the; the
C. /;the D. the; /
(A) 2. A bus driver is sitting the bus.
A. in the front of B. in front of
C. beside D. behind
(B)3.Your new dress looks the same as .
A. me B. mine
C. I D. my
(B)4. —Excuse me. W here i s the Science Museum?
—Take No.3 bus and at the fourth stop.
A. get on B. get off
C. get up D. get to
(B)5. —Steven, could you help me
when the plane will take off on the Internet?
—I’m sorry, my computer doesn’t work.
A. get on B. find out
C. look for D. look after
(B)6. In some foreign countries, such as Canada, children usuall y leave their parents when they grow up, it makes the old feel .
A. alone B. lonely
C. frightened D. Enjoyable
(A)7. — is your aunt?
—She is an English teacher.
A. What B. Who
C. How D. Where
(A)8. Please remember your homework to school tomorrow.
A. to bring B. bringing
C. to take D. taking
(B) 9. Would you please invi te Jim
A. join B. to join
C. joins D. joining
(C)10. Be quiet！Grandma .
A. sleeps B. sleeping
C. is sleeping D. will sleep
Once a man and his wife worked for an old man. There was a big box in the man’s living room. The old man pointed to the box and said, “There’s only one thing you 11 do. Don’t open the box.” 12 saying this, he left his home.
The woman said to her husband, “There must be 13 expensive in the box. Let’s open it, shall we?” Her husband said 14 to her. But the woman didn’t give 15 her idea.
One day, she decided to find out 16 was in it. Her husband didn’t stop her. She opened the box and looked inside. 17 her surprise, she found nothing in the box. She tried hard to close it, but she 13 .
That evening the old man came home and found the box was 14 . He was very angry and asked her husband to leave his home.
“But there was nothing in the box.” The woman said. “We haven’t taken anything at all.” The old man 20 them, “The box is not important, but I cannot believe you. That’s important!”
( C ) 11. A. dare not B. needn’t
C. mustn’t D. may not
( A ) 12. A. After B. Before
C. Form D. By
( B) 13. A. nothing B. something
C. anything D. everything
( D) 14. A. yes B. goodbye
C. hurry up D. no
( B) 15. A. away B. up
C. to D. back
(B ) 16. A. how B. what
C. which D. that
(D ) 17. A. At B. In
C. On D. To
(A ) 18. A. failed B. did
C. refused D. succeeded
(C ) 19. A. broken B. empty
C. open D. lost
( C) 20. A. turned to B. listened to
C. shouted at D. smiled at
Welcome to South Africa
Welcome to South Africa. We have many beautiful cities. Do you want to visit them?
It’s a city with a large park, between the ocean and the mountains. Cape Town is great and fantastic.
It is a big town with gold and the history of the struggle(斗争)against apartheid(种族隔离). If you want to enjoy the sun and the sea, please go to Soweto.
Durban beach is a good place to visit. The sea water is good for you. Busy people find time to swim or play in the water before or after work. It is a great place to feel excited.
Pretoria is a lovely, quiet city with a long history and some great old buildings.
It is a beautiful city with lots of roses and some memorials(纪念碑).
( C ) 21. The writer tells us cities in South Africa.
A. three B. four C. five D. six
( B ) 22. If you want to enjoy the sun and the sea, you can go to .
A. Cape Town B. Soweto
C. Durban D. Pretoria
( C ) 23. In Pretoria, we can find .
A. a large park B. some gold
C. some old buildings D. lots of roses
( B) 24. Which city has a lot of roses?
A. Cape Town B. Bloemfontein
C. Durban D. Pretoria
( B ) 25. What’s the best title for the passage?
A. Beautiful Cities in America
B. Beautiful Cities in South Africa
C. Enjoy the sun and the sea
D. The Ocean in South Africa
The city of Qingdao is in the east of Shandong Province. It is famous for its blue sea and beautiful beaches.
Qingdao is a beautiful place for summer holidays. Many people from all parts of the country and all corners of the world come to visit the city every summer. They walk along the beaches, go swimming in the sea or do some shopping in the stores or the markets. They can see the fine views of the city.
There are great changes in Qingdao in these years. Its port is busy. Many ships from all countries come and go every day. It has become an international port city. Qingdao is one of the 24th Olympic Games cities, too.
26. Qingdao is in the east of Shandong Province.
27. Why many people come to visit Qingdao every summer?
Because Qingdao is a beautiful place for summer holidays.
28. What kind of city has Qingdao b
第三课时 七年级下册 Units 1-4
( C ) 1. I didn’t know news until he told me.
A. a B. an C. the D. /
( B ) 2. They arrived Shanghai
the evening of May 19.
A. at; in B. in; on C. at; on D. in; in
( D )3. She wants to her job and goes to study in Aus tralia.
A. grow up B. wap
C. pick up D. give up
( D ) 4. of the twin sisters works as an editor of the school newspaper.
A. None B. All
C. Both D. Neither
(A )5. This kind of peach looks really nice, but it ________ very sour.
A. tastes B. looks
C. feels D. sounds
( B ) 6. There’s ____ food in the fridge. Let’s buy _____.
A. little ; few B. little; some
C. a little; some D.a little ;a few
( A )7. My sister goes to bed early because she needs a lot of sleep every day.
A. always B. sometimes
C. hardly D. never
( B ) 8. –Kate, do you know it is from here to the gym?
– About twenty minutes’ walk.
A. how long B. how far
C. how soon D. how often
( C ) 9. There are 3500 students in our school, ________them are girls.
A. thousands of B. two thousand
C. two thousand of D. two thousands of
( B)10. The question is not worth ____ again and again.
A. discussed B. discussing
C. to be discussed D.to discuss
Overhead bridges can be seen in many Parts of Singapore，in the places where traffic is very 11 and crossing the road is not safe.
These bridges can help people cross roads 12 . Overhead bridges are used in very much the same way 13 zebra crossings.
They are more efficient(效率高的)，though 14 convenient(方便的) because people have to climb up a lot of steps．This is inconvenient to the old. When people use an overhead bridge，they do not 15 traffic. But when they cross a busy road using a zebra crossing, traffic is kept back. This is 16 the go vernment has built many overhead bridges to help people and keep traffic moving at the same time.
The government of Singapore has spent a lot of money 17 these bridges. For their own safety, people should be advised to use them instead of rushing across the 18 . Old people may find it a little difficult to climb up and 19 the steps, but it is still much safer than walking across the road with all the moving traffic.
Overhead bridges are very 20 . People，both old and young，should always use them. This will stop accidents from happening.
(B )11. A. easy B. heavy
C. hurry D. free
(A )12. A. safely B. quietly
C. fast D. slowly
(D )13. A. from B. to
C. across D. as
(C )14. A. more B. much
C. less D. little
(A )15. A. hold up B. put up
C. hold on D. get on
(A )16. A. why B. what
C. how D. where
(C )17. A. protecting B. repairing
C. building D. buying
(B )18. A. bridge B. road
C. step D. bus stop
( A)19. A. down B. away from
C. on D. towards
( B)20. A. great B. useful
C. beautiful D. especial
This year, there is something new happening in our school.
It was September 6th, Wang Yang discovered that her classroom had changed. She found that the desks were no longer in rows, but pushed together to make eight bigger desks. She was too excited about it for the first two days and she couldn’t listen to the teachers carefully. But soon she and her classmates got used to this new classroom arrangement (安排). “Now our class is quieter,” said Wang, “What’s more, we can come up with our own ideas and learn more through discussion. It’s a better way to study.”
Li Yu liked it, too. He said, “Group members first discuss, and then show ourselves in front of the whole class. It mas believe in ourselves.” It was part of a reform (改革) at Li’s school. The school made this reform because they wanted to provide students with easier ways to study and more chances to discuss.
“Our school hopes it can improve students’ abilities (能力) to study by themselves and work in groups,” said Jason, an English teacher.
However, the reform has demanded (要求) more from teachers. Now they have only 15 minutes to give the lesson which should be taught in 40 minutes before. It is difficult to teach in such a short time. The teachers have to find better ways to teach more effectively.
“The reform demands more, but I’m sure it is helpful,” added Jason.
( A )21. After the new classroom arrangement it was easier for Wang Yang and her classmates to in class.
A. discuss with each other
B. sit in the classroom
C. push desks together
D. teach a lesson
( A )22. The school made the reform in order to provide students with to study．
A. easier ways B. noisier classes
C. more seats D. fewer chances
( D )23. The Chinese meaning of the word “effectively” in this passage is .
A. 简单地 B. 明确地
( C )24. Jason thinks the reform is .
A. terrible B. awful
C. helpful D. useless
( B )25. The best title of this passage may be “ ”.
B．New Look in Class
D．Discussion in Class
What do you do at the weekend? Some pe ople like to stay home. Some people like to stay in the cinema for a few hours. Others like to go out. For example: Climbing the hill, taking a long walking, camping(野营)…
John Smith and his family like camping. They often spend their Saturdays and Sundays like this.