1.She could not (买得起) a present, so she sat down and cried.
2.It fell about her, and reached below her (膝盖)
3.The （招牌）in front of the store read “Hiar （商品）
4.Then Della （搜寻）through the stores looking for a present for Jim.
5.It was a watch （链子）
6.The （账单）was twenty-one dollars.
7.Della heard his （脚步声）on the stairs.
8.There lay the （一套）of combs that she had always wanted.
1.Rose finished her study in the unversity and went to a good job.
A.take after B.look after C.care for D.search for
2.It’s cold outside. Please your coat when you go out.
A.put on B.dress C.wear
3.Finally, he thanked them and went back to his village in the evening.
A.At least B.Then C.Next D.At last
4.My cousin went abroad at age of eighteen.
A.a B.an C.the D./
5.He was born in Italy, but he has made China his .
A.family B.address C.house D.home
6.He came back late, so his father was very angry.
A.arrived B.gave back C.returned D.reached
7.---Do you know that Mr. Zhang passed last week?
---Yes, He died illness.
A.away;of B.on;from C.by;with D.off; as
8.Shenzhou X, China’s fifth manned spacecraft, into space on June 11, 2013.
A.has sent B.was sent C.will send D.is sent
Teenagers can’t afford to buy expensive gifts. So what do you do if you want to give gifts to the important people in your life? In fact, you don’t have to spend a lot of money on holiday gifts. There are many cheap ways to do that. Here are some make-it-yourself gift ideas to try:
To your mom and dad:
You can decorate a photo frame, sing a song or write a letter to your mom and dad. You could also draw a picture for them if you like that better.
To your teacher:
Sometimes students put their pocket money together and buy the teacher a holiday gift. Some kids also give individual gifts. You can send a nice card with the words of thanks inside. You might even write down the favorite thing you’ve learned in the teacher’s class this year. It will make the teacher feel happy.
To the kids who need a friend:
The holidays are a good time to think about people who are lonely. Maybe there is someone in your class who doesn’t seem to have many friends. Try to do something for this person. It could be giving a Christmas card or just chatting with him or her. It’s a small thing, but it could mean a lot to someone who feels a little shy or sad at school.
1. Teenagers don’t have to ______ their parents as a gift, according to the passage.
A. write a letter to B. sing a song to
C. buy an expensive photo frame for D. draw a picture for
2. If you want to send your teacher a card, what will you write in it?
A. The name of the students you don’t like.
B. The importance of making gifts by yourself.
C. Something you’ve learned in the teacher’s class.
D. Ways to improve your grades.
3. The underlined word “individual” means ______ in Chinese.
A. 稀少的 B. 贵重的 C. 单独的 D. 集体的
4. Which of the following is NOT true, according to the passage?
A. A small gift during the holidays may mean a lot to someone who feels lonely.
B. Sometimes students put their pocket money together and buy the teacher a gift.
C. Chatting with a classmate who had few friends is also a good holiday gift.
D. You should spend more money buying gifts for your teachers.
5. What’s the best title for the passage?
A. Making Holiday Gifts Yourself
B. How to Save Money During Holidays
C. Making Friends by Giving Gifts
D. How to Choose Gifts for Different People
When you hear Westerners（西方人）say “ Drop in anytime”（随时来玩）or “Come and see me soon” , you should realize that it doesn’t mean you are welcome to come over to their house anytime. It’s wise to telephone before visiting someone.
Never accept an invitation unless you really plan to go. You may refuse by saying, “Thank you for inviting me, but I may not be able to come.” If you are unable to come after accepting the invitation, be sure to tell those who invite you in advance（提前）that you will not be there.
When you have accepted the invitation to a party or a dinner, it is polite to bring small gifts with you, such as bottles of drink, flowers and chocolate. Sometimes Westerners may take you out to dinner in a restaurant and it does not necessarily mean that he is going to pay the bill at the end of the meal. He might want you to “go Dutch”, which means each person pays his own bill.
1.The best title of this passage is ________
A.Drop in anytime. B.Come and see me soon.
C.Invitation in western countries. D.Westerners.
2.When Westerners say “Drop in anytime” or “Come and see me soon” , it means ________
A.you are welcome to visit them anytime
B.you are welcome to visit them, but you still need to call them before going to their house.
C.they don’t want you to visit them.
D.they will hold a party for you.
3.If a westerner invites you to go to his house, ________
A.you may refuse if you don’t plan to go.
B.you have to accept the invitation even you don’t want to go.
C.you can’t accept the invitation.
D.and you accept the invitation, you must go.
4.If you have accepted the invitation to a party or a dinner, what kind of gifts will you bring? ________
A.Money. B.Televisions C.Computers. D.Books
5.The underlined part “go Dutch” means “________” in Chinese.
A.去荷兰 B.去Dutch这家餐厅 C.实行 AA制 D.请客
1.afford a present 2.be proud of 3.one…the other 4.put on
5.in front of 6.look for 7.fix..on 8.hold out 9.instead of doing sth
10.too many 11.pieces of paper 12.more valuable than 13.at last
1.afford 2.knee 3.sign; goods 4.searched
5.chain 6.bill 7.steps 8.set
1-5 DADCD 6-8 CAB
A: 1--5 CCCDA
B: 1-- 5 CBADC