( )1. A. It’s me. B. Sorry, I’m here. C. Who’s that?
( )2. A. I went to Mount Emei. B. Yes, why? C. It’s wonderful.
( )3. A. Nice. B. On foot. C. By train.
( )4. A. By plane. B. By bike. C. By car.
( )5. A. Yes, many thanks. B. I’m fine. C. You’re wrong.
( )1. A. In the office. B. Outside. C. At home.
( )2. A. Jim’s team. B. We don’t know. C. Tim’s team.
( )3. A. She said he was going to travel Sichuan Province.
B. He asked the woman to say it again.
C. He knew the woman was going to Sichuan Province.
( )4. A. 6 minutes. B. 9 minutes. C. 8 minutes.
( )5. A. Three. B. Four. C. Five.
( )1. There are ______passengers in Amtrak.
A. few B. many C. several
( )2. Most of the passengers take trains to _______.
A. go to work B. travel C. visit their friends
( )3. People by trains usually _______ and work in cities.
A. live in cities B. live outside cities C. live far away from cities
( )4. They don’t catch the cars because _______.
A. they can’t buy the cars B. their cars often breaks C. the traffic is bad
( )5. They had a train ride _______.
A. between their homes and factories B. between New York and Washington
C. to railway station from their homes
1. I don’t like the r______ trip by bus on holiday.
2. There aren’t too many people in the sleeping ______.(车厢)
3. The c_______ in the train is coming over to us at the moment.
4. The train is like a big m______ party when we take it.
5. They will remember their ________ (愉快的)trip.
( )1. _____, or you’ll miss the early bus.
A. Don’t worry B. Don’t hurry C. Hurry up D. Walk slow
( )2. Tom’s mother goes to work in the hospital every day _____ Monday.
A. on B. in C. besides D. except
( )3. She says she _____ a message on your desk.
A. will take B. will leave C. takes D. gives
( )4. The photos they took yesterday ______ .
A. come out B. comes out C. wake up D. looks after
( )5. What do you think they will _____ about the missing boy?
A. tell B. talk C. say&n
bsp; D. speak
( )6. He said the ______ way to travel was by plane.
A. most comfortable B. most lively C. least expensive D. least dangerous
( )7. The students in Class Two decide to ______ English this term.
A. go on to speak B. practise speaking C. practise to speak D. enjoy speaking
( )8. Our teacher told us that you ______ a trip.
A. are going B. are going on C. were going on D. were going
( )9. I’ve never seen ______ mountain in my life.
A. so interesting B. so interested a C. such interested D. such a interesting
( )10. ______ wonderful train ride they had!
A. How B. How a C. What D. What a
Mr Cross wanted to go to his hometown 1 . He liked to sit beside a window when he was flying. So he 2 a window seat when he got in the plane. He found that all of them were taken 3 one. There was a soldier sitting in the seat beside this one and Mr Cross was happy that the soldier had not 4 the one by the window. When he 5 it, Mr Cross saw that there was a piece of paper 6 some words on the seat. It said, “This seat is broken. You can’t take it, Thank you.”
“A broken seat in a plane? Is that 7 ?” Mr Cross said 8 , but he walked on and found 9 empty seat, not beside a window, to sit in.
When the plane was quite 10 , a very beautiful girl got into the plane. As soon as he saw her, the soldier quickly took the paper off the seat beside his and let the girl sit in during the whole trip.
( )1. A. by bus B. by ship C. by train D. by air
( )2. A. found out B. found C. looked for D. looked
( )3. A. only B. on C. except D. to
( )4. A. sat B. taken C. put D. seen
( )5. A. reached B. arrived C. saw D. got
( )6. A. and B. with C. for D. of
( )7. A. good B. comfortable C. dangerous D. possible
( )8. A. loudly B. happily C. to the soldier D. to himself
( )9. A. other B. others C. another D. the other
( )10. A. fast B. rushed C. crowded D. full
Most Americans enjoy moving from place to place. For example, they often drive their cars 120 to 160 kilometres away just to have dinner with a friend or even fly to London or Paris just to watch a football match. In some states only one person in five lives in a place for more than five years. One may be born in one city, and go to school in another. He may finish his middle school in two or three cities, and then go to college far across the country. When he begins to work, he may possibly move from job to job. Moving from one job to another, which is called “job-hopping”, is very common in the United States.
Job-hopping does good to workers because
every change of a job gives them a chance to get better pay. And job-hopping also gives bosses the chance to get new ideas and skills(技术) from him or her.
( )1. From this passage, we can see Americans often travel to ________.
have dinner with their friends B. go shopping
C. watch a football game D. enjoy themselves
( )2. Which of the following is true? _______.
A. About 20% of the people stay in one place for over five years
B. Children have to finish middle school in one place
C. People go to the nearest college
D. When people begin to work, they don’t move any more
( )3. Job-hopping means “______”.
A. looking for a job B. having a job C. changing jobs often D. losing a job
( )4. In the USA job-hopping ______.
A. is very popular B. helps young people go to college
C. helps workers in traveling D. helps students begin to work
( )5. The writer thinks job-hopping _____.
A. does good only to the workers B. does good only to the boss
C. must be stopped D. is helpful
Please cross the channel _______ _________ ________ you can.
He can _______ ________ in the pool for half an hour.
I felt very tired and _______ ________ _______.
4. 我们错过了那场精彩的球赛, 真可惜。
What a ______! We missed _______ the wonderful football match.
I have (1) received a letter from my brother, Tim. He is in Australia. He has (2) there for six months. Tim is an engineer. He is (3) for a big company and he has already visited a great number of (4) places in Australia. He has just bought an Australian car and has (5) to Alice Springs, a small town (6) the center of Australia. He (7) soon visit Darwin. (8) there, he will fly to Perth. My brother has (9) been abroad(国外) before, so he is finding this (10) very exciting.
From: Tom To: Mike
Date: Oct. 3 Time: 10:42
Message: He asks you to watch a film called the Love World at 8:30 this evening.
I. 1-5 ABCBA II. 1-5 BCBBA III 1-5 1-5 BABCA
I. 1. rushed 2. cars 3. conductor 4. moving 5. pleasant
II. 1-5 CDBAC 6-10 ABCDD
III. 1-5 DCCBA 6-10 BDDCD IV. 1-5 DACAD
V. 1. as quickly/fast/quick as 2. keep diving 3. fell fast asleep 4. pity, watching
VI. 1. just 2. been/stayed 3. working 4. different 5. gone 6. in 7. will 8. From 9. never/not 10. trip/journey
1. Could I speak to Mr Song?
2. Did you say that you went to Mount Emei?
3. How can you get to Chongqing from Beijing?
4. What do you think is the slowest way to travel?
5. You look very tired today.
1. W: Could I speak to Mr Green, please?
M: I’m sorry he isn’t here right now.
Q: Where is Mr Green?
2. W: Hi, Jim. I heard you had a good trip.
M: Yes, We went to Beihai Park yesterday. What about your football match, Tim?
W: Our team was better. The score was 3.-2.
Q: Who won?
3. W: I’m going to travel Sichuan Province.
M: What did she say? I couldn’t hear her.
Q: What does the man mean?
4. W: Li Lei, who are you waiting for?
M: I’m waiting for No.5 bus, I don’t know how long it’ll take.
W: six minutes, it left here three minutes ago.
Q: How often does No. 5 bus come?
5. W: Mike, come on. You’ve got three scores.
M: He is too cool. Look, he gets another ball.
Q: How many does Mike score in all?
In the USA, there is only one passenger train company, Amtrak, and it has lots of passengers, especially in big cities such as New York, Washington D.C. and Chicago. Most of these passengers take trains to go to work. They have jobs in cities while their homes are outside cities, so they have to travel between their jobs and their homes. They choose trains, not cars, because they hate driving their cars through heavy traffic.