B. It can give him a lot of energy.
C. It can make him strong.
A. her sister
A. every day
A. playing basketball
A. no B. some C. most D. all
A. drink ' B. drinks' C. to drink D.drinking
A. help B. take C. give D. keep
A. although B. because C. so D. but
-- I like to play basketball.
A. good at B. bad at
A. hope B. decide C.try D. get
A. look for. B. look after C. look at D. look like
A. theee and four times
C. foree or four tinies
A. same like
——You 're right. There are some__________.
A. different, different
C. difference; different
— Every day.
A. How long
A. Eight times a night.B. About nine hours.
C. About one night. D. At nine o' clock.
When I was a teenager growing up in Francc, l wantcd to leave schooI and have my own life. The onIy way I could 41
Whcn we 48
He asked me,"What do you think of the 51 ?”
"Too bad," I answered.
"And marriage is even 52! "he said.
I wcnt back to school thc next day thinking ahout studying hard
When we talk about intel1igence (智力), we do not mean the ability to get good scores on certain kinds of tests or even the ability to do well in school. By intel1igence we mean a way of living and behaving (表现),especially in a new situation. If we want to test intel1igence, we need to find out how a person acts instead of how much he knows what to do.
For cxample, when in a new situation, an intel1igent person thinks ahout thc situation, not about himself or what might happen to him.He tries to find out all he can, and then he acts irnmediately and tries to do somothing about it. He probably isn'tsure howit will all work out, but at least he trics. And if he cannot rnake things work out right, he doesn't feel ashamed(羞愧 )that he failed, he just tries to learn from his mistakes. An intelligent person, even if he is vcry young, has a special outlook (看法) on life,a spccial feeling about life, and how he fits into it.
If you look at children, you'll see great difference between what we call" bright" childrcn and" non-bright" children. Thcy are actually two dif[erent kinds of people, not just the same kind with different amount of intelligence. For example, the bright child really wants to find out about life—he tries to get in touch with everything around him. But the unintelligent child keeps more to himself and his own dream-world: hc seems to havc a wall bctwcen him and life in general.
A. get some high scores on some tests
B. do well in school
C. deal with lifc
D. have a lot of book knowledge
A. knows more about what might happen to him
B. is surc of the result he will get
C. cares more about himself
D. keeps his mind on what to do about
A. try not to feel sahamed
D. make sure what result he would get
We moved to a new area when our son was in Grade Fivc. Before we moved, we took him to spend haIf a day at his new school. There he saw his new classmates and teachers. He enjoyed the visit. During the almost 150-kilometer drive home, he told us that he had told some of the students the date when we would move there. And he had also invited them to visit us.
The moving day, a Saturday, was a busy day. But
On Monday morning, thc door bell rang just before the time hc would leavc for school. Then it rang again and again.
. By the time he was ready, we had eight young boys waiting to walk to school with him on his first day.They all lived near us.
I asked them if their parents had sent them. The answers surprised and pleased me, “No, we just came so that he would have people to walk with. "and "lt is the right thing to do."
I still get thinking how welcoming and kind those kids wcre. And how lucky my son is to havc thcm as fricnds !
A. to invite the teachers to visit them
B. to play with his classmates
C.to see if thc school was far
D.to get to know it
A.Their 1iving places and family histories.
B. Their family stories and their life.
C . Their school 1ife and family histories.
D. Their living places and family members.
A. in his father's car
C.on foot with other kids I
A. The family moved to the new house on Saturday afternoon.
C.The son knew the kids well before he got there.
Ted was one of the students who showed the least interest in school. Miss Daisy his teacher, disliked him very much.
It was Chrstmas.①Miss Daisy was surprised to receive a present from Ted.It was so ugly a necklace that the other students laughed at him. At last, Miss Daisy realized she must put it on and calm the class. She even asked whethet it looked pretty on her, After class was over, Ted went up to the desk and, in an excited voice, he said, "Miss Daisy" I am so glad that you like my present. You smile like my mother and her necklace is really beautiful on you."②Miss Daisy′s
The next day Miss Daisy changed into a different and new person. She did all she could to help Ted and the other students.③With her help,Ted made progress and soon caught up with most of the class and even got ahead of some of them.
_____her__________, Miss Daisy received a present from Ted.
Daisys face tumed red ________she knew Ted's mother has been__________ just for one year but she was treating him in a way she shouldn't be.
Mum and dad are two of the most important people in your life. You probably see at least one of them evmp day. And, they're IikeIy to influence you more than anyone else you will meet in your 1ifetime. So if your mom loves to read, you just might grow up carrying a book wherever you go, just like she does.
But parents do a lot more than just passing on their hobbies. Mons and dads care for their kids from the minute they were born. They are the people we shouId respect and love best. It's very important to stay close, get along, and build a strong relationship with your parents. But not every child knows how to do this. Here are some ways to help you.
Spend time together. Instead of playing a computer game or watching TV ,ask your
mum and dad to play with you. Go outside together, or read a book out loud.
Be kind. Little things might mean a Iot to your mum or dad. You can brighten a parent's day with a hug, a card, or a joke. It's also lovely when a kid cleans up his or her room without being asked. And if you try not to fight with your brothers or sisters, your parents might be very happy.
Do your best at whatever you do. You don't have to be perfect, but when you do your best, you make your parents proud. It makes them happy to see how you're tuming into a great kid. Why? Because it lets them know you're doing a good ]ob.
Parents do a lot more than just passing on their hobbies and (67)_______________
Spend more time together with parents
75有些学生一周运动一次。（oncc a week）
76.My aunt has a sister but she isn′t my aunt． Who is she？___________
77.Where were you when the lights were out? _________
A.In the dark
78.Who can stop a truck with one hand?
' A.A worker
79.What goes up but never comes down? ___________________
80.What is easy to get into but hard to get out of?
Bt I'd like to buy a hat.
B: Sizc L.
A: Here you are.
B: Oh, a red one. I don't like red. Have you got any blue ones?
A: I'm sorry we haven't got any at the moment. What about a white one?
B:That's al1 right. (83)__________________
A: No problem.
63. To ; surprise
64. because ; dead
66. how to get along with parents
67. care for their kids
68. Be kind to parents
69. Do their best at whatever they do
70. How often do you go to the school library?
71. What do you usually do on weekends?
72. Jack’s lifestyle is the same as yours.
73. My eating habit is pretty good.
74. What’s your favorite TV program?
75. Some students exercise once a week.
1. My mother 2. A 3.D 4.Age 5.Trouble
81. What can I do for you?
82. What size do you want?
83. Can I try it on?
84. How much is it?
85. I will take it.
M: I usually play sports.
Text 2. M: How often do you watch TV, Mary?
W : I want to watch TV every day. But I watch TV only on Saturday evening.
Text 3. M: Do you often eat junk food, Katrina?
W: No, I hardly ever eat junk food. Mother always tells me it is bad for my health.
Q: How often does Katrina eat junk food?
Text 4. W: Do you sleep well at night, Bill?
M: Yes, I usually go to bed at about 9:30. And I get up early, too, at 6 : 30.
Q: How many hours does Bill sleep?
Text 5. W : What do you have for breakfast,John?
M: I usually have some bread,some fruit and an egg.
W : What about milk?
M: I never drink milk. I can't stand it.
Q: What doesn't John have for breakfast?
Text 6. W : What's the most popular sport in your country?
M: I think it's basketball.
Q: What's the most popular sport in the man's country?
Text 7. W : I like playing basketball. It can make me strong.
M: It sounds great. But I prefer playing baseball.
Q:Does the man like playing baseball?
Text 8. W: Which is a better way to relax yourself, walking or running?
M:Walking. You can breathe the fresh air. And you don't need a lot of energy.
Q:Why does the man like walking?
Text 9. W : I hear that Beckham with his team will visit China the day after tomorrow.
M:Really? Will they stay in China?
W : Yes. But they won't be there for long.
Q: What time will Beckham arrive in Beijing?
M: How often do you watch TV?
W:I watch TV every day.
M:What’s your favorite program?
W:It’s Animal World.
M:How often do you drink milk,Liu Fang?
W:I drink milk every day.
M:Do you like it?
W:No.But my mother wants me to drink it.She says it’s good for my health.
Reporter: So, Cheng, how often do you watch TV?
Chen: mmmm ... about twice a week, I guess.
Reporter: And how often do you read?
Cheng:.Oh, I read every day.
Reporter:How often do you go to the movies?
Cheng: Uhh ... let's see. ... maybe once a month?
Reporter: How often do you exercise?
Cheng:Oh, I exercise about three times a week.
Reporter:How often do you shop?
Cheng:Shop? I shop about ... about twice a month.
Reporter Thanks for coming in for the interview,Katrina.
Katrina: That's OK. This is Bill. You can interview him, too.
Reporter.. OK, then, so, um, how often do you exercise?
Katrina:: Every day.
Bill: Hardly ever.
Reporter Uh-huh.Hflow often do you eat vegetables and fruit?
Katrina: I eat vegetables every day and I eat fruit every day.
Bill: I sometimes eat vegetables. But I never eat fruit. I don't like it.
Reporter: All right. So how many hours do you sleep every night?
Katrina: Nine. I need lots of sleep.
Bill: Same. Nine. I need lots of sleep, too.
Reporter: How often do you drink milk?
Bill: Never. I can't stand milk. It's awful.
Katrina: Oh, I love milk.I drink it every day
Wei Fang is a school girl. She's 12. She lives in Shanghai. She gets up at 6: 30. Then she reads English and Chinese. She has breakfast at 7: 00. After that, she goes to school with her father. She has four classes in the morning. In the evening, she does her homework. But on Sunday evening she watches TV. She likes singing popular songs. Now, she's not singing. She is reading an English story in her room.