1.-How do you do? Glad to meet you.
A.Fine. How are you?
B.How do you do? Glad to meet you, too.
C.How are you? Thank you!
D.Nice. How are you?
2.-Do you mind if I read the text aloud here?
A Yes, I do allow.
B No, I don t.
C Yes, I don t.
D No, I do.
3.-What can I do for you?
A.I want a kilo of pears
B.You can do in your own way
D.Excuse me. Im busy
4.-Are you doing anything this evening?
A.Thank you for the invitation.
B.How about you?
C.I can do nothing about it.
D.Idon t think so.
5.-What s the matter with you?
A.It doesn t matter.
B.Not too bad.
C.I don t feel well.
D.That s all right.
（一）、When you want to go shopping ， decide how much money you can spend for new clothes. Think about the kind of clothes you really need. Then Look for those clothes on sale.
There are labels inside all new clothes. The labels tell you how to take care of your clothes. The label for a shirt may tell you to wash it in warm water. A sweater label may tell you to wash by washing in cold water. The label on a coat may say "dry clean only. Washing may ruin this coat." If
you do as the directions say on the label ， you can keep your clothes looking their best.
Many clothes today must be dry cleaned. Dry cleaning is expensive. When buying new clothes ，check if they will need to be dry cleaned. You will save money if you buy clothes that can be washed.
You can save money if you buy clothes that are well made. Well-made clothes last longer. They
look good even after they have been washed many times. Clothes that cost more money are not always better made. They do not always fit better. Sometimes less expensive clothes look and fit better than more expensive clothes.
6. If you want to save money, you can buy clothes that can be washed.
7. The labels inside the clothes tell you how to save money.
8. The first thing for you to do before you buy clothes is to see how much money you can pay.
9. We learn from the reading that cheaper clothes are always worse made.
10. The best title for the reading should be " Being a Clever Clothes Shopper ".
（二）、When I begin to look back on all friends whom I have had, I quickly came to the conclusion that Jerry was the most important and had the greatest effect upon my life. His family moved to my block when I was only 10. Jerry was 15 at the time, but the fact that he was so much older than me seemed to make no difference to him. I was very glad that he liked me. We took long walks together, on which he would tell me stories he had heard form TV and radio programs.
But as months went by, a change came into our friendship. Jerry almost stopped coming by the house, and every time I went to his house or telephoned, he put me off with some excuses such as I m studying now or I ve got some jobs to do for Mum . When we passed on the street, he would still give me a warm smile and friendly wave with a Hi, kid , but he would hardly ever stop to talk. Finally I realized that he was no longer interested in me and that his taste had changed. I noticed him with a girl once in a while and several times saw him going out in his family s car on a Friday or Saturday night. I simply couldn t understand what was so great about girls and parties.
But I was hurt when he finally made me know that our friendship was at an end. Of course he didn t really mean to hurt me, but it was a long time before I realized that it was an age problem that caused the break. There were a world of differences between the ideas and interests of a 17-year-old and a 12-year-old. Now that I m over sixteen myself, I realized this, and the hurt I got then has become happy memories of the good times we were once together. I wonder if millions of other boys and girls have had a similar experience.
11.When the writer and Jerry first met, Jerry was ______.
A.10 years old
B.5 years older than the writer
C.of the same age as the writer
D.the writer s classmate
12.Their friendship lasted for ______.
A.a few years
B.a few weeks
C.a few months
D.a few hours
13.Jerry stopped playing with the writer because ______.
A.the writer had changed
B.he was busy with his study
C.he has some jobs to do
D.he was not interested in the writer
14. When a change came in their friendship, the writer ______.
A.accepted it at once
B.couldn t understand his friend for a long time
C.stopped visiting his friend
D.started going to parties with girls
15.The main idea of the passage is that ______.
A.the age difference plays a part in friendship
B.friendship is the most important thing for children
C.many boys and girls have a similar experience as the writer
D.friends are made in wine and tested in tears
16.We think _______ highly probable that our plan will work out.
17.The workers are busy ____models for the exhibition.
18.I often see ______ the road on his way home.
19.Its bad ________ for you to smoke in the public places where smoking is not allowed.
20.Both the kids and their parents ______ English, I think. I know it from their accent.
Everyone has hobbies. A hobby can be almost anything a person likes to do in his spare time. People who take up hobbies are hobbyists. They paint pictures, sing pop songs, ___21___ music instruments and collect stamps or other things. They grow flowers, ___22___ fishing and hunting. They climb mountains, swim, skate and play games.
People today have ___23___ time than ever for hobbies. In early times, people were ___24___ busy making a living to have hobbies. Nowadays machines have taken the place of many workers. More people retire at an earlier age. They have hobbies ___25___ these activities offer them enjoyment, friendship, knowledge, and relaxation.
26..Jane moved to New York at the end of lastmonth.
27. Do you have anything to say?
28.My classmate is much cleverer than I.
29. The couple enjoyed their holiday very much.
30.Are you fond of music?
31He looks much older than his age.