6、Bill is not in the office. He（ ）to the library an hour ago.
7、（ ）your eating habits is the best way to lose weight.
A.To have changed
8、The letters（ ）on your desk yesterday， but you didn’t read them at all.
9、Go straight forward and you（ ）the shop on your right.
10、After a heated discussion， they finally agreed on the price（ ）the new car.
11、My brother worked（ ）than any other member in his team and got the first prize.
12、You can invite Tom to the party，（ ）please don’t ask that friend of his.
13、We will go out for a picnic（ ）it doesn’t rain tomorrow.
14、Someone is knocking at the door， but whom can（ ）be?
15、The baby usually（ ）three times a night.
A.has woken up
B.is waking up
C.will wake up
16、On the table is my book；（ ）is over there.
17、Would you like to have more rice（ ）?
A.not at all
B.No，thanks. I’m full
C.You are welcome
D.OK， here you are
18、My uncle lives in（ ）special home for（ ）elderly.
19、Could you please（ ）why you are so late today?
20、Harry Potter is the most interesting book（ ）I have ever read.
21、The tallest building in America’s capital city is the Washington Monument（纪念碑）. It is___21___for George Washington， the first president of the United States. He___22___the American colonies（殖民地）in the War of Independence（独立）against England from 1775 to 1783. As president， he___23___the new United States of America through its first difficult___24___.
The monument is one of the most popular___25___in the world. Lights shine on it at night. It can usually be___26___from far away.
George Washington was born in 1732. He___27___school for only about seven or eight years. At age 20 he___28___an officer in the colonial army.___29___， as time passed， he became angry with the way England___30___the American colonies. The war against Britain___31___in 1775. The Americans named George Washington chief of the revolutionary armies.
Many of his soldiers were not trained， and they were___32___equipped（装备）. During one winter of the Revolutionary War， his soldiers___33___froze to death. But General Washington led them to___34___. The last group of British soldiers left the colonies in 1783. In 1789， he was___35___as the first president of the United States.
22、Nowadays everyone is so much trying to keep fit that sometimes they miss the fact there are times when they should not be exercising at all. Here you can find real reasons to stop training for a while and do not feel sorry for your laziness.
When you are ill
Do not exercise if you are not feeling well， even if it is just a cold. Workout can hurt your immune system（免疫系统）and lengthen illness. As a result， you will spend more time away from the physical activity. Training while being ill is also a main cause of other injuries since it is more difficult to focus on（专心于）what you are doing when you feel bad.
When you have not had enough recovering time
Do not rush back to your normal workout habit after you have been ill. Starting to train too early is likely to lead to a return of your symptoms（症状）. When you do decide to go back to the sports ground， be sure to start your exercise slowly and with care.Even one week or so off your usual exercise can make a difference.
When you are tired out
There sometimes are days when you do not feel like going to the sports ground， and sometimes your body might be telling you to take a break. It will do you a lot of good to have a day off from your fitness classes. Go home， have a healthy meal and do not feel sorry for not being at the sports ground. Remember that sometimes you just need to relax.
22.1、What might be the result of exercising when you are ill? （ ）
A.You will improve your immune system.
B.You will catch a cold easily.
C.You will be ill for a longer time.
D.You will pay little attention to your illness.
22.2、While recovering from an illness， you are advised to（ ）。
A.go to the sports ground every day
B.start training as early as possible
C.rush back to your workout habit
D.start your exercise gradually and carefully
22.3、What is suggested in the passage when you do not feel like exercising? （ ）
A.Join a fitness class.
B.Have a rich meal.
C.Stay away from the sports ground.
D.Sleep for a day at home.
22.4、What might be the best title for the text?（ ）
A.Reasons That You Don’t Feel like Exercising
B.Times When You Should Not Exercise
C.Causes of Tiredness
D.Effects of Illness
23、Most teenagers in the United States try to make time for school， family and friends. But some choose bigger goals. Here are the stories of two American teens working to make a difference in the world.
At age 15， Winter Vinecki has already had more successes than most people have in their lifetime.
“I recently completed a marathon（马拉松）on all seven continents and became the youngest person in the world to do so. And， I was really doing this for my dad.”
Doctors discovered Winter’s father had prostate cancer（前列腺癌）when she was nine years old. Her father died 10 months later.
“When he was first found ill I immediately knew I had to do something to help him. That’s when I formed Team Winter for prostate cancer research.”
Through Team Winter， Winter Vinecki has raised almost 500，000 dollars. She has taken prostate cancer education worldwide from Africa to Asia through foot races called marathons， on seven continents.
The other teen is Jack Andraka. He invented an inexpensive tool that can help find lung cancer， when he was 15 at the time.
“Without the Internet， I would have never been able to learn all these materials I needed for this project.”
Jack is now 17 and seeking patents（专利）for his latest inventions. He has developed low-cost water quality machines. They help take away heavy metals and chemicals from water.
23.1、How did Winter make a difference in the world?（ ）
A.She was the youngest to run foot races on seven continents.
B.She raised almost 500 000 dollars for her father.
C.She formed Team Winter in Africa.
D.She completed a marathon in a sports game.
23.2、Why did winter run marathons around the world?（ ）
A.To bring prostate cancer education to other people.
B.To do prostate cancer research.
C.To take prostate cancer lessons.
D.To raise money for prostate cancer patients.
23.3、What did jack use the Internet for?（ ）
A.Reducing the cost of the project.
B.Selling his water quality machine.
C.Searching for the needed materials.
D.Helping him patent his inventions.
23.4、What helps people make great achievements according to the text?（ ）
24、Effective teamwork is key to the success of a business. Teamwork helps tasks get completed quickly and efficiently（高效的）. However， poor teamwork can hinder a business’success and make operations much more difficult. Four parts of teamwork can make it effective and lead to business success.
Without effective communication， a team will be weak. When a team has open and honest communication， a lot more will be achieved. Communication makes sure that everyone listens to one another’s ideas and will help them express their thoughts and feelings. Good communication also helps put together a clear plan of action.
The way the team is made up of plays a major role in how well the group works as a team. It is necessary that people with different skills be paired together so that they can make use of one another’s knowledge and skills. For example， in a team，there should be a few people who are good at planning， one or two key leaders and several experts in various subjects.
Leadership is important in a team. A leader is needed to settle disagreements， set goals and keep the team on track. A good leader can lead without being bossy， achieve goals by encouraging the team and stepping in when necessary， and make suggestions for improvements.
A team without passion will get nowhere. If any member of the team does not have the passion to get the job done and do it well， he or she will become less and less interested in the duties and bring the rest of the team down.
24.1、Efficient teamwork can help a business to（ ）。
A.complete tasks quickly
B.make operations difficult
C.improve communication gradually
D.achieve leadership faster
24.2、The word “hinder”in Paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to（ ）。
24.3、Which of the following would help make a clear plan of action?（ ）
B.A good leader without being bossy.
C.A team with passion.
D.People with different skills s paired together.
24.4、What is a must for every member of the team? （ ）
25、Most 11-year-olds are just happy to have finished their first year of middle school. However， Tom is not like most kids. He did not go to elementary（小学）， middle or high school but went straight to college at the young age of eight.
While Toms parents knew he was smart， they had never imagined putting him in college this young. However， when they tried to send him to a private（私立的）school at the age of six， he was turned down， because he was so smart that the school was afraid he would feel dull.
It turns out the school was right. After homeschooling the young boy for two years， the parents realized that he was ready for some real high-level courses. They came to East Los Angeles College， who agreed to take him in.
However， until he proved himself， he could take only two courses—math and music.
Tom did not disappoint. He got A’s in both and hasn’t looked back since. Last week， he graduated as a top student.
In fact， the young boy was so smart that he helped his fellow math students，some of whom were 10 years older than him.
While the world may cheer him as a genius（天才）， his parents think he is just a normal boy who plays football and watches movies for children.
25.1、How is Tom different from most kids of his age?（ ）
A.He was taken in by a college at 8.
B.He was sent to high school at 8.
C.He went to middle school at 11.
D.He graduated from high school at 11.
25.2、The phrase “turned down” in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to（ ）。
25.3、What did the parents do to Tom for two years before he went to college?（ ）
A.They sent him to a school in Los Angeles.
B.They let him attend music programs.
C.They hired a math teacher for him.
D.They taught him at home.
L： Hello! This is Air China.___51___?
H： Hello. I’d like to book a flight from Beijing to shanghai.
H： This Saturday morning July 12.
L： OK. How many tickets?
L： So， that’s one ticket from Beijing to Shanghai.
L： Well， that will be 1，030 yuan.
H： OK. Can I book that now?
L： You’re welcome.
1、书名和作者：Anne Lindbergh所著Gift from the Sea；