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Chapter 1
Exercises
I. 1.A 2.B3.D4.A5.C6.B7.D8.B9.B10.A
II. 1.C2.A3.E4.B5.F
III. 1.recently2.spotlessly3.thefts4.safe5.mud
IV. (A)1.looking2.cheating3.working4.playing5.visiting
(B) 1.to refuse2.rise3.not to spend, playing4.dance5.going
V. (A) 1.F2.T3.F4.F5.T
(B) 1.A2.C3.C4.B5.B
(C) 1.B2.D3.B4.C5.D
(D) 1.to make more money 2. popular(successful) 3. writing stories
4. enjoy detective stories any more 5.Any reasonable answer is OK.
Test Paper
Part 1
I. Listen to the sentence and choose the right picture.
1. Children are interested in reading detective stories.(B)
2.    Tourists can travel around Huangpu River by sightseeing ship.(E)
3.    The glass vase with a bunch of red flowers looks more attractive.(A)
4.    English songs are very popular with students now.(F)
5.    I‟d like to go to Australia for my summer holiday.(D)
II.   Listen to the dialogue and choose the best answer to the question you hear on the tape.
1.    M: I‟m sorry for being late, Miss May. My alarm o‟clock never went off.
      W: That‟s all right. These things do happen sometimes.
      Q: Why is the man late?(B)
2.    M: What are you going to do during the Christmas season?
      W: I‟m going to Singapore to see my grandpa.
      M: Does he live alone?
      W: No, he lives with my uncle.
   Q: Where does the girl‟s grandpa live?(C)
3. M: Excuse me, where is Holiday Inn?
W: Holiday Inn? I‟m not quite sure, but there are some hotels on Washington Street.
M: Yes, it‟s just on Washington Street. But how can I get there?
W: Go down two blocks, turn right and keep going until you see a supermarket. Washington
Street is at the back of it.
      Q: Where is the man going?(B)
4.    W: Hi, Jimmy.
      M: Hi, Rose. Your pen looks nice. How much is it?
      W: About ten yuan. How about yours?
      M: Two yuan dearer than yours.
      Q: How much is Jimmy‟s pen?(A)
5.    M: Someone stole my wallet last night.
      W: Oh, that‟s terrible. Did you lose much money?
      M: Only about 30 dollars. But I lost my credit card.
     Q: What happened to the man last night?(D)
6.   W: I‟d like to send this package to Australia, please.
     M: How would you like to send it?
     W: By ordinary mail, please. What‟s the postage on it?
     M: I‟ll have to weigh it first. That‟ll be RMB15.00.
     W: Here you are.
     Q: Where is the girl now?(B)
7.   W: What‟s that in your hand?
M: It‟s a DVD.
W: Is it an interesting movie?
M: Yes. Finding Nemo.
W: It must be a big hit.
M: Yes, of course. It was very hot this summer.
Q: What are they talking about?(D)
8. W: What are you going to do tonight?
M: I don‟t know. Do you have any suggestions?
W: Shall we go to see a movie?
M: No, I don‟t feel like seeing a movie tonight.
W: How about going to a ball-game?
M: I don‟t really want to go out tonight.
M: Why don‟t you call Bob and Allen, and let‟s play cards at home?
W: Very good suggestion. Thank you.
Q: What are they going to do tonight?(B)
III. Listen to the dialogue and tell whether the following statements are true or false.The angry
woman stood on the station platform. “The railway should pay me £12,” she said to Harry, the
man in the booking office. “My ticket was for May 22, and there was no ship from Jersey that
night. My daughter and I had to stay in a hotel. It cost me £12.”Harry was worried.He
remembered selling that woman a return ticket. “Come into the office, madam,” he said politely.
“I’ll just check the Jersey timetable for May 22.”The woman and her little girl followed him
inside. She was quite right, as Harry soon discovered.There was no ship sailing on May 22. How
had he made such a careless mistake? Not knowing what to do, he smiled at the girl. “You look
Sunburnt,” he said to her. “Did you have a nice holiday in Jersey?”“Yes,” she answered shyly.
“The beach was lovely and I can swim too.”“That‟s fine,” said Harry. “My little girl can‟t swim a
bit yet. Of course she‟s only three...”“I‟m four,” the child said proudly. “I‟ll soon be four and a
half.”Harry turned to the woman. “I remember your ticket, madam, but you didn‟t get one for your
daughter, did you?”“Er, well,” the woman looked at the child, “I mean she hasn‟t started school
yet. She‟s only four.”“A four-year-old child must have a ticket, madam. A child’s return ticket to
Jersey costs £13.5. So if you want the railway to pay £12 for your hotel, you’ have to pay the
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railway £13.5 first.” The woman stood up, took the child’s hand and left the office.
1.F 2.F 3.F 4.T 5.T 6.F
IV. Listen to the passage and fill in the table.Welcome to our hotel. First I‟d like to let you know
that our meals are served as follows:Breakfast: 7: 30―9: 30 a.m.Lunch: 12:00―2:00
p.m.Afternoon tea: 4:00―5:00 p.m.Dinner: 7:00―9:15 p.m.Meals can be served in rooms at a
small charge, but no meals are served outside these time.Then I‟d like to tell you that it will be
easier for cleaning if you can leave your room at some time between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to
allow for cleaning. The third thing I‟d like to mention is the valuables. We are not responsible for
the loss of money or other valuables unless they are kept in the safe by our manager. I‟d like to
suggest the radios and televisions should be turned down after 11: 00.1.7:302.Afternoon
tea3.9:15p.m.4.No meals5.9:00 a.m.
Part 2
I. 1.B2.C3.A4.B5.C6.D7.B8.C9.A10.D11.B12.C13.A
14.D15.A16.A
II. 1.proof2.probably3.questioned4.clean5.earring6.truly
III. 1.E2.A3.C4.B5.D
IV. 1. well as2.bought / purchased, for3.When did
Part 3
I. (A)1.C2.A3.E4.F5.B
(B) 1.F2.F3.T4.F5.T
(C) 1.A2.C3.D4.C5.B
(D) 1.Every day2.10 years3.report4. kids
5.The best way to make a newspaper for kids is to ask kids what they want (Any reasonable idea is
OK)
II. (A)1.A2.B3.C4.A5.D6.C7.D
(B) 1.for2.While (When)3.until4.fast5.loudly6.show7.homeless
III. Omitted.
Chapter 2
Exercises:
I. 1.A2.B3.C4.D5.A6.B7.B8.A9.C10.D
II. 1.C2.E3.A4.D5.F
III. 1.calculators2.speaker(s)3.electronic4.instructions5.knowledge
IV. 1.bigger2.better3.the most beautiful4.less5.hottest6.more careful, fewer
7.more expensive 8.fast 9.the most valuable 10.worse
V. (A)1.T2.F3.T4.F5.F
(B) 1.A2.D3.C4.D5.B
(C) 1.C2.B3.B4.A5.C
(D) 1.a small group of computers2.quick, easy and interesting
3.send them to your friends4.much quicker and cheaper
5.a big electronic book
Test Paper
Part 1
I. Listen to the sentence and choose the right picture.
1. Computers can store huge amounts of information. (C)
2.    With this digital camera, you can take nice pictures. (A)
3.    A rocket goes much faster than an ordinary plane. (D)
4.    If you want to get good marks, you should study harder. (F)
5.    Mary was very happy to help the old man in her neighbourhood.(B)
II.   Listen to the dialogue and choose the best answer to the question you hear on the tape.
1.    W: Do you want anything else?
M: I want to borrow a book about Bill Gates.
Q: Where is the boy?(B)
2. W: Tom, are you coming with us to the park?
M: No, I‟m sorry. I have to do my homework.
Q: What is Tom going to do?(A)
3. W: The telephone number of our home is 55662828. What about yours?
W: Ours is 66538282.
Q: What‟s the woman‟s telephone number?(C)
4. W: What time does the plane for Beijing leave?
M: At 9:20. Don‟t worry. We have one and a half hours to get to the airport.
Q: What time is it now?(A)
5. W: Have you ever been to Australia?
M: Yes, I have. I went there in February, 2005.
W: How long did you stay there?
M: For about half a year.
Q: When did the man come back from Australia?(D)
6. W: What shall we do this Sunday?
M: What about going swimming in the lake? It‟s interesting.
W: I‟m afraid it‟s cold.Why not go to the zoo? There is a baby panda there?
M: All right. Let‟s go.
Q: Where are they going this Sunday?(C)
7. M: I‟m hungry, Mum.
W: There is some bread on the table. Go and have some.
M: I don‟t want any bread.I would have some dumplings.
W: The dumplings are in the fridge. Cook them by yourself.
Q: What does the girl want to eat?(B)
8. W: Hello, Mr. Smith, where are you going?
M: I‟m going to buy a dog for my son.
W: Really? You‟ve got a dog, haven‟t you?
M: Well, we had one, but it died.
Q: Why is Mr. Smith going to buy another dog for his son?(B)
III. Listen to the passage and tell whether the following statements are true or false.Mr. Matthews
was in a train, and he had lost his ticket. He looked in all his pockets, but it was not there. There
was another man in the same compartment, and Mr. Matthews said to him, “I‟ve lost my
ticket.”The other man said, “Where are you going?” “To York,” Mr. Matthews said.The man got
up and opened the door of the compartment.“Where are you going?” Mr. Matthews said.“I‟m
going to get you another ticket,” the man said.He went out and closed the door.He came back a
few minutes later and gave Mr. Matthews a ticket for York.“How did you get it?” Mr. Matthews
asked.It was quite easy,“ the other man said.“I went into each compartment and said, „Are there
any tickets for York?‟ and a lady gave me this one.”
1.T2.T3.T4.F5.F6.F
IV. Listen to the passage and fill in the table.Good manners are important in all countries, but
ways of expressing good manners are different from country to country. For example, Americans
like to eat with knives and forks, Japanese like to eat with chopsticks. Americans say “Hi” when
they meet each other in the street while Japanese bow to each other. Many American men open
doors for women and offer seats to women, but Japanese men do not. On the surface, it seems that
good manners in America are not good manners in Japan and in a way this is true. Although there
are examples of differences in manners, behaving considerately towards other people are usually
considered good manners in all countries.
1.knives and forks2.Hi3.Bow4. Open doors5.offer seats6.don‟t do so
Part 2
I.1.B2.C3.C4.A5.D6.B7.A8.C9.B10.D11.A12.B13.C
14.A15.B16.A
II. 1.meaning2.important3.Life4.funnier5.second6.really
III. 1.D2.A3.E4.C5.F
IV. 1.Why won‟t2.How did3.did you
Part 3
I. (A)1.B2.E3.A4.D5.F
(B) 1.F2.F3.F4.T5.T
(C) 1.B2.C3.C4.B5.C
(D) 1.make the garden special
2.helped her to trim the bushes and clear the weeds
3.her uncle‟s son
4.would make Colin even worse
5.No. Because he was spoilt. (Any reasonable answer is OK.)
II.(A)1.B2.A3.D4.B5.A6.C7.C
(B) 1.passports2.carry3.trips4.against5.carefully6.from7.near
III. Omitted.
Chapter 3
Exercises
I. 1. C2. B3. A4. B5. C6. A7. D8. A9. C10. B
II. 1.C2. F3. A4. B5. E
III. 1. Greeks2. securely3. citizen4. Darkness5. wooden
IV. (A)1. have thrown2.has collected, was3. Has arrived, did, arrive, arrived
4. have given 5. have just come
(B) 1. helps2. have3. were having, broke4. will go5. are having
V. (A)1. T2. F3. F4. F5. T
(B) 1. B2. C3. B4. A5. D
(C) 1. C2. B3. C4. D5. C
(D) 1. Egypt2. nearly 5,000 years old3. 13 acres, 745 feet, 449 feet4. stones
5. keep the bodies of their kings and queens after their death
Test Paper
Part 1
I. Listen to the sentence and choose the right picture.
1. I have come from a barbecue. We really had a lovely time. (B)
2.   He shows great interest in space. His ambition is to be a space scientist. (F)
3.   He read a lot of books written by Shakespeare. (A)
4.   People here like to celebrate the Spring Festival by playing fireworks. (C)
5.    Jimmy has worked as a doctor for more than ten years. (D)
II.   Listen to the dialogue and choose the best answer to the question you hear on the tape.
1. M: I don‟t think I want to eat fish.
W: Why not?
M: Have you smelt it? It must be about 100 years old.
Q: How is the fish?(B)
2. W: What‟s that you are feeling?
M: My new shirt, you mean? Don‟t you like it?
W: It looks small for you. It looks funny.
M: Well, it feels OK. I mean, it doesn‟t feel tight.
Q: How is the new shirt?(A)
3. W: How long have you been in UK?
M: I came here last September. It‟s March now. That‟s a long time.
W: And what are you doing here?
M: I‟m studying at the university.
Q: How long has the boy been in UK?(D)
4. M: What are you trying to do? Do you want to play games or search information?
W: Neither. I want to send my sister a birthday card.
M: And...?
W: I can‟t find the website.
M: Let me have a look. You can try this website.
Q: What does the girl want to do on the computer?(D)
5. W: How much is the digital TV?
M: It‟s $800. But we can let you have it at a 25% discount.
W: That sounds nice. What about the 200-dollar cleaner?
M: It‟s easy to use. It‟s light and quiet. It‟s made in Germany.
W: OK. I‟ll take both.
Q: How much will the customer spend in all?(C)
6. M: I got a B in English. What about you?
W: I got a C. I‟m not as good as you. I‟ll study harder.
Q: What are they talking about?(D)
7. M: Would you like some tea or coffee?
W: I like both. But today I feel so hot. I‟d prefer something cold.
M: Then what about some iced orange juice?
W: That sounds good.
Q: Which drink do you think the girl wants to have now?(C)
8. M: Good morning. Are you looking for anything special?
W: Yes, I am. Can I see this selection of perfume?
M: What brand do you want?
W: Something that smells similar to this.
M: How about one of this?
W: This one smells nice. Can I spray a little on my wrist?
M: Go ahead.They are samples.
Q: What is the woman going to buy?(A)
III. Listen to the dialogue and tell whether the following statements are true or false.
A: Stefano, when is the best time to visit Italy?
B: Well, most people come in July and August, but I think the best month is May.
A: Why?
B: Because it‟s warm but not too hot. You get temperatures in the mid-twenties, about 24 or 25
degrees, and that‟s nice. In the summer it gets very hot, and there are often a lot of storms.
A: What is there to do in Italy?
B: Everything! There are lots of old towns to visit, and almost every town has at least one good
museum. But when the sun is shining, people want to go to the seaside, and we‟ve got thousands
of kilometers of good beaches.
A: What‟s the sea like?
B: The sea is very nice for swimming everywhere. Warm, and usually clean.
A: Can you suggest a good beach?
B: There are lots, but perhaps the best beaches are in the south.
A: OK, so I‟ll book my ticket for the south of Italy in May, is that right?
B: Yes, I think so.
A: And I don‟t need to bring my umbrella?
B: Er, perhaps you should, Jingjing. It might rain a bit.
1.T2.F3.F4.T5.T6.F
IV. Listen to the passage and fill in the table.Last night I sent an email to all my friends, but none
of them answered.They never checked their emails. So I asked them what they were doing at nine
o‟clock, and they were all doing different things. Samantha, who‟s my best friend, was watching
television. It was a film. Vanessa was at the disco, dancing or listening to music. Timothy was
reading an adventure story, but he didn‟t say which one. Adrian and Richard were out with their
parents in a restaurant. They were having dinner. And Molly was already sleeping. She went to
bed at half past eight.
1.watching a film2. dancing3.adventure4.having dinner5. restaurant6.sleeping
Part 2
I. 1. C2. B3. B4. C5. B6. A7. B8. A9. B10. A11. B12. D
13. C 14. B15. C16. B
II. 1. enemies2.quietly3.importance4.development5.excited6.asleep
III. 1.B2.D3.A4.F5.C
IV. 1.managed to2.as well3.didn‟t they
Part 3
I. (A)1. D2. A3. F4. B5. E
(B) 1. F2. T3. F4. F5. F
(C)1. B2. D3. A4. B5. D
(D) 1. 2150 miles(3460 km)2. 7th, 6th3. keep the enemies out of China4. No, they don‟t.5. the
largest earth work in the world (Any reasonable answer is OK.)
II.(A)1. B2. D3.B4. B5. C6. A7. C
(B) 1. also2. escape3. only4. but5. determined6. live7. among
III.Omitted.
Chapter 4
Exercises
I.    1.B2.B3.D4.B5.B6.C7.C8.A9.C10.C
II.   1.F2.C3.B4.A5.D
III. 1.invisible2.truly3.Unfortunately4.alive5.complaints
IV. (A)1.slowly, late2.fast3.politely4.carefully5.really6.happily
(B) 1. more slowly2.earlier3.loud, loudest4.more carefully, careful5.farther
V. (A)1.T2.F3.T4.T5.F
(B) 1.D2.A3.A4.B5.C
(C) 1.B2.A3.C4.B5.B
(D) 1.There are more than 40 auto clinics.2.When their cars go wrong.
3.No, it isn‟t.4.It cost $ 5.95 to $ 9.95.
5.Because car repairs are scientific there.
Test Paper
Part 1
I. Listen to the sentence and choose the right picture.
1.    The sun shines brightly. They are having a picnic. (B)
2.    My elder brother likes Yao Ming best among all the basketball players.(D)
3.    The 2008 Olympic Games will take place in Beijing.(C)
4.    If I pass the driving test, I will buy a car. (A)
5.    Ang Lee won the Best Director Oscar Award at the 74th Academy Award.(F)
II.   Listen to the dialogue and choose the best answer to the question you hear on the tape.
1. W: I‟m afraid this coat is a bit too small for my son. May I have a larger one?
M: Certainly, madam.
Q: Where does this dialogue take place?(C)
2. M: Why can‟t we see any fish in this small river now?
W: It‟s too dirty. The factories nearby throw away a lot of dirty water in the river. So fish can‟t live
in it.
M: We must do something to get rid of pollution.
Q: Why are there no fish in this river now?(A)
3.  M: Peter‟s good at maths.
W: Well, he‟s not so good at biology.
M: That‟s true. And he has the most difficulties in his history.
W: I agree.
Q: What subject is Peter poorest at?(D)
4. W: Look! Jinmao Tower is below us.
M: Yes. The Huangpu River is beside it.
W: How beautiful Shanghai is! I‟m very excited to meet my parents soon.
M: So am I. They‟re waiting for us at the airport now.
Q: Where are the speakers?(B)
5. M: Have you been to France?
W: Yes, I have. I went there last October.
M: How long did you stay there?
W: For about half a year.
Q: When did the woman go to France?(C)
6. W: Hello?
M: It‟s Jimmy speaking. Can I speak to Miss Jackson?
W: Sorry she‟s out. This is Mary, her daughter. Can I take a message for her?
Q: Who is calling to Miss Jackson?(C)
7. M: You‟ve been to the library, haven‟t you? What book did you borrow there?
W: A Guide to Greece.
M: It must be interesting. I‟m interested in that old country, too.
Q: What book did the woman borrow from the library?(C)
8. W: Who is singing happily?
M: John‟s sister. She has just won the prize.
W: Is the girl in black?
M: No. That‟s Kitty‟s sister. She is in brown.
Q: Who is the girl in brown?(A)
III. Listen to the passage and tell whether the following statements are true or false.Mr. Guppy
was a very large man. He had a loud voice and he was much bigger than most men. Life was not
easy for him. He could seldom find clothes big enough. His feet were too large for most shoes.In
buses, trains and planes, he could not stand up straight. The roofs were too low. In cars he could
not move his legs. There was not enough room. At home, his bed was too short. Chairs were
always too small.In fact, wherever he went and whatever he did, Mr. Guppy had problems because
of his size. These problems were so bad that Mr. Guppy stayed at home most of the time. Life was
easier at home.Then one day, a friend said, “You spend too much time at home. You should go out
more. There‟s a good movie at the theatre.”“I can‟t sit in theatre seats,” Mr. Guppy said.“I‟m too
big.”“That is no problem,” his friend said.“I‟ll buy you two tickets. You can get them at the theatre
when you go.”The friend sent money to the theatre for two tickets. When the day came, Mr.
Guppy put on his best clothes and went to the theatre.“You have two tickets for me,” he said to the
ticket office. “My name is Guppy.”“Oh, yes, Mr. Guppy,” the woman said.“Here you are, seats G4
and P12. I‟m sorry, you and your friend can‟t sit together because we are full this evening.”Poor
Mr. Guppy. He smiled sadly, walked out of the theatre and went home.
1.T2.F3.F4.T5.F6.F
IV. Listen to the passage and fill in the table.Happy summer vacation is coming! How will you
spend your holiday? What do students of your age do during the summer holiday in other
countries? Let‟s go and interview some of them.Paul, from the US, said that in America the
summer vacation is two and a half months long. Students will either get together with friends or
go travelling with their family during this vacation.Eddie, from Poland, said that in her country
most of her friends go to camps or to the seaside with their parents. Some will go to their
grandparents‟ house and stay there. Some will stay at home and play computer games. The
summer vacation is two months long.Bradly, from South Africa, said that summer vacations there
start on December 3rd and end on January 20th. It‟s summer at this time because South Africa is
in the southern hemisphere. Most of the students spend their time surfing. The theatre is also an
extremely popular place to go during this holiday.
1.two and a half2.go travelling3. Eddie
4.camps or seaside5.one and a half6. theatre
Part 2
I. 1.C2.D3.B4.A5.D6.B7.C8.D9.B10.A11.D12.C
13.C14.D15.B16.A
II. 1. African2.surprised3.worse4.woollen5.forgetful6.rudely
III. 1.E2.C3.F4.B5.D
IV. 1.How long2.Why not3.strong enough
Part 3
I.(A)1. B2. D3.A4. F5. C
(B) 1.F2.T3.F4.T5.T
(C)1. D2. C3. A4. B5. A
(D) 1.dial the hot line
2.Sichuan International Studies University
3.Yes, there are
4.Every day from 9:30 to 10:00 p.m.
5.Christmas Eve party
II. (A)1.D2.C3.C4.B5.A6.D7.A
(B) 1.take2.even3.if4.interesting5.more6.Finally7.patience
III. Omitted.
Chapter 5
Exercises
I. 1.C2.A3.C4.C5.A6.C7.D8.A9.B10.B
II. 1.C2.F3.D4.B5.E
III. 1.fishing2.traditional3.older4.cooks5.attractions
IV. (A)1.is used2.was interviewed3. was given4.be protected5.will be held
(B) 1.have taken2.were taken3.disappeared 4.are cleaning5.be paid
V. (A)1.F2.F3.T4.F5.T
(B)1.A2.C3.B4.A5.D
(C)1.C2.D3.B4.B5.B
(D) 1. The house is comfortable (beautiful, expensive).
2. Because there weren‟t enough bedrooms.
3. Because he likes driving and he can drive there.
4. Because school stops too late.
5. From a newspaper.
Test Paper
Part 1
I.   Listen to the sentence and choose the right picture.
1.   Tea is the most popular drink in the world.(F)
2.   We shouldn‟t drink too much coffee. Two cups of coffee are enough.(B)
3.   The lady has long, blond hair and wears sun glasses.(D)
4.   Look! The boy is riding on a horse happily. (C)
5.   His hobby is going fishing with friends at weekends. (A)
II. Listen to the dialogue and choose the best answer to the question you hear on the tape.
1. M: Can I help you?
W: Yes. I want to buy this CD player.
Q: Where is the boy?(B)
2. M: Excuse me. What time is the next train to Beijing?
W: 2:15. You‟ll have to hurry if you want to catch it.
Q: What is the man going to do?(A)
3. M: Mum, I‟m hungry. Can I have a sandwich?
W: No, Trudy. It‟s only ten o‟clock. Wait until lunch time.
Q: What does the boy want to eat?(B)
4. M: Hi, Sue. Have you seen Kitty today?
W: Don‟t you know Kitty has been absent for two days? She slipped and fell from stairs. She
broke her leg.
M: That‟s terrible! Shall we go to see him after school?
W: OK. But better before my dance lesson at 6 p.m.
Q: When will they go to see Ben? (C)
5. W: Good evening, sir. Will you pay by cash or credit card?
M: Credit card.
W: All right. Did you enjoy your stay here?
M: Yes, everything was wonderful.
M: Have a safe trip home. Come again.
Q: Where does the dialogue most probably happen?(D)
6. W: What would you like?
M: I‟d like the chicken.
W: All right. And would you prefer rice or a baked potato with that?
M: I‟d prefer a baked potato.
Q: What would the man like to have in the restaurant?(C)
7. M: Would you like me to return the magazines to the library for you?
W: That would be nice. I should have returned myself, but I have to meet my grandpa at the
railway station.
Q: Where is the girl going?(A)
8. M: Excuse me, but you can‟t park your car here.
W: Why not?
M: Look at the sign. It says “No Parking!”.
W: Sorry, then...
M: Drive straight ahead, and you will find a parking place there.
W: Thank you very much.
Q: Who are the two speakers?(D)
III. Listen to the passage and tell whether the following statements are true or false.One evening
last month, I was visiting a close friend in her new highrise flat when she happened to knock a
flower pot from the window. It fell down on the ground below, just missing some children at play.
However, we could see that no one was hurt, so we said nothing and left for the movies as
planned.When she returned home later that evening, my friend learned that the police had been to
the flat and questioned all her neighbours. They had even taken the son of one neighbour to the
police station. They questioned him a lot, and then they let him go home.My friend was afraid of
losing her job, so she has said nothing to the police. Although no one was injured, she was sorry
about that.
1.T2.F3.F4.T5.T6.F
IV. Listen to the passage and fill in the table.Here is the weather forecast for the next 24 hours. In
the North of England, there will be snow with strong winds. It will be very cold.In the middle of
England, the weather will be much better. There will be some fog in the morning. And in the
South, it will be a fine day with some sunshine. In the West, it will be sunny. In the East, the
weather will be rainy. It will get cooler. That‟s the end of the weather forecast for today.
1.north2.Foggy3.south4.Fine5.Sunny6.Rainy
Part 2
I. 1.B2.D3.B4.B5.C6.B7.B8.C9.C10.A11.B12.A
13.A14.D15.B16.B
II. 1.scientists2.quickly3. invited4.fishing5.better6.succeed
III. 1.D2.C3.B4.E5.A
IV. 1.strong enough2.Was sent3.instead of
Part 3
I. (A)1. D2. A3. C4. E5. B
(B) 1. T2. F3. F4. F5. F
(C) 1.A2.B3.A4.C5.D
(D) 1. Trees were materials for burning and building houses.
2. A tree will grow best in a climate with plenty of sunlight and rainfall.
3. They can tell whether in that area the climate was favorable or not.
4. Because they had cut down all the trees.
5. Circle.
II. (A)1. C2. A3.D4. A5. D6. B7. C
(B) 1.frightened2.outside3.try4.running5.as6.some7.for
III. Omitted.
Chapter 6
Exercises
I. 1.B2.A3.A4.C5.A6.D7.C8.D9.C10.A
II. 1.C2.A3.E4.B5.D
III. 1.basic2.death3.amazing4.length5.memorize
IV. (A)1.snows2.heat,turns3.will visit, are4.floats5.don‟t understand, raise
(B) 1.if, doesn‟t2. Unless, will fail3.If you4.Unless, are5.If,don‟t
V. (A)1.T2. F3. F4. F5. T
(B) 1.A2. C3.A4.D5.B
(C) 1.B2.A3.D4.D5.B
(D) 1.usually feels lonely
2.stop feeling lonely/like this
3.His parents or a doctor
4.meet new people (and keep himself busy)
5.Any possible answer.
Test paper
Part 1
I. Listen and choose the right picture.
1. It seems that Lili‟s never used a computer before.(D)
2.   How tall the buildings are! They are all newly-built. (C)
3.   The children are wearing their school uniforms. (F)
4.   John Smith has been drawing the picture for a couple of days.(E)
5. Mr.Green is answering the telephone at the moment. (A)
II. Listen to the dialogue and choose the best answer to the question you hear.
1. W: Would you like to play tennis or go fishing, John?
M: Neither. I‟d rather stay at home and watch TV. It‟s too hot outside.
Q: What does John want to do?(C)
2. M: May I take your order?
W: Yes. I‟d like some fish and potatoes.
Q: What is the woman doing?(C)
3. M: Excuse me, which bus should I take if I want to go to Yu Garden?
W: You can take the No. 66 bus. Oh, it‟s coming!
M: Thanks a lot.
W: Not at all.
Q: Which bus will the man take?(A)
4. W: Hello, may I speak to John?
M: Speaking.
W: John, it‟s May. I‟m sorry to learn that you‟ve got a bad cold.How do you feel today?
M: Much better, thank you.
W: I hope you‟ll be fine soon.
Q: Where are they talking?(C)
5. M: Why are you in such a hurry, Lucy?
W: My plane will take off at 8:30, but I have only half an hour now.
M: I‟m afraid your watch is a little fast. You still have 45 minutes.
W: Really? Oh, yes. Thank you.
M: Have a nice trip.
Q: Why is Lucy in a hurry?(B)
6. W: What are you doing, Mike?
M: I...I‟m drawing, Miss Blair.
W: Oh, let me see. It‟s a nice picture. But would you mind doing it after my class?
M: I‟m sorry.
Q: When does this dialogue take place?(A)
7. M: Hi, Vivian, I haven‟t seen you for a long time. Did you go to Yunnan for a holiday?
W: No, I went to London with my friends.
M: Really? What was it like?
W: It was wonderful. We visited a lot of places of historical interest there.
Q: What did the woman think of London?(B)
8. M: Watching too much TV will make your eyesight poorer.
W: I know, but I can‟t help it. I love to watch TV.
M: I suggest you play some games for a change.
W: That‟s a good idea.
Q: What does the girl like to do?(C)
III. Listen to the passage and tell whether the following sentences are True or False. One day, the
teacher said to his students, “If you are careful enough, you will find some of the people around
you need help. I want you to look around and give them as much help as you can.”The next
morning, the teacher asked,“Tom, did you do anything to help others yesterday?” “Yes, sir. I
helped a grandma to cross the road.” answered Tom.“Good boy! How about you, Peter?”“I helped
Tom to help the grandma to go across the road.”“Oh, very good.And you, Andy?”“Sir, I helped
Tom and Peter to help the grandma to cross the road.”“Why! I don‟t believe you at all! Did you
three ones help the same grandma to cross the road?”“There‟s nothing strange.” said Peter. “The
grandma didn’t need to cross the road.It took us such a long time to help her cross the road.”
1. T2. F3.F4.F5.T6.F
IV. Listen to the dialogue and complete the timetable.It‟s 8 a.m. now. Mr. Grey, the general
manager of a large company is talking with his secretary Helen in his office.
W: Good morning, Mr. Grey.
M: Good morning, Helen. Could you tell me my timetable today?
W: Sure. Let me see...Ah, here it is! At 9:00 you‟ll have a meeting with department managers.
M: Where? Room 304?
W: No, I‟m afraid.Mrs. Jones plans to hold another important meeting there, but you can use
Room 405.
M: That‟s all right. And then?
W: At about 10:00, your assistant will give you a report on the international conference last
week.
M: That‟ll be fine. What about my lunch time?
W: The CEOs from three US companies will have lunch with you in Garden Restaurant.
M: Well, I remember I‟ll have a lecture to attend at 1:00 p.m., won‟t I?
W: Yes. It‟s in our meeting room. It is a lecture by Professor Johnson on Business in Southeast
Asia. But the time has been changed to 1:30 p.m.
M: I see. How long will the lecture take?
W: About one and a half hours.
M: Then I will have free time?
W: I‟m afraid not. After the lecture, Ms. Black wants to see you there and discuss the exhibition
project with you.
M: What a busy day!
W: Cheer up, Mr. Grey. This is life!
M: Maybe. Thanks a lot, Helen.
W: You‟re welcome.
1.4052.report 3.attend4.Asia5.15:00 / 3:00 p.m. 6.Meeting Room
Part 2
I. 1.B2.C3.A4.B5.D6.C7.C8.C9.D10.C11.B12.A
13.A14.A15.C16.B
II. 1.memories2.angry3.well4.dead5.forgetful6.colourful
III. 1.D2.C3.A4.B5.F
IV. 1.if, would2.How soon3.didn‟t we
Part 3
I. (A)1.D2.A3.E4.C5.B
(B) 1.F2.T3.F4.T5.F
(C) 1.D2.C3.A4.D5.B
(D) 1.when he was nineteen
2.find out how things worked
3.selling newspaper subscriptions over the phone
4.offers to buy the newspaper
5.I shouldn‟t be discouraged.
II. (A)1.C2.B3.D4.B5.A6.D7.C
(B) 1.necessary2.possible3.relaxes4. move5.trouble6.slowly7.help
III. Omitted.
Chapter 7
Exercises
I. 1.C2.B3.A4.D5.D6.B7.D8.D9. A10.B
II. 1.F2.A3.D4.C5.E
III. 1.boring2.fool3.interested4.excited5.action
IV. (A)1.looking forward to2.Instead of3.take place
4.more or less5.To my surprise
(B) 1.happily2.lovely3.well4.hot5.dangerous
V. (A)1.F2.F3.T4.T5.T
(B) 1.B2.A3.D4.D5.D
(C) 1.B2.A3.C4.C5.D
(D) 1.19622.Peter Parker3.bitten by a strange spider
4.power and responsibility5.humality
Test Paper
Part 1
I. Listen and choose the right picture.
1. The cartoon tiger looks so funny and lovely.(C)
2.   Comics are exciting to read.Children like them.(A)
3.   Look! The baby is smiling happily.(B)
4.   Sally is listening to the music attentively.(F)
5. It‟s so clever for the children to have made such a beautiful snowman.(E)
II. Listen to the dialogue and choose the best answer to the question you hear.
1. W: Where can I find a book on Chinese history?
M: There is one on the shelf in Mr.Li‟s office.
Q: What is the girl looking for?(D)
2. M: It‟s raining really hard outside.
W: What‟s the weather report for tomorrow?
M: The temperature is going to drop to below zero, and it‟ll snow.
Q: How is the weather today?(B)
3. M: Good afternoon, Madam. Welcome to take our taxi. Where are you going?
W: To Yu Garden, please. Is it far away from here?
M: Not really. It‟s only about fifteen minutes, I suppose.
Q: What is the woman going to do?(A)
4. M: You look tired today. What‟s wrong with you?
W: I stayed up late last night. I had to finish a report.
M: Oh, what time did you go to bed?
W: I finished my plan half past eleven, and I went to bed half an hour later.
M: That was really too late. Take care and have a good rest.
W: Thanks.
Q: What time did the girl go to bed last night?(C)
5. M: Hello! Can I help you?
W: I want to buy a digital camera. Can you give me some suggestion?
M: This is the latest type. And it sells well.
W: How about the price?
M: 1500 yuan each.
Q: How much is the digital camera?(B)
6. M: Hi, Beth. This is Steve speaking. How was the football game yesterday?
W: Great. Why did you miss it, Steve?
M: My parents didn‟t let me go because I had a fever. I‟m still in bed.
W: Too bad you weren‟t there. We all went together, Jenny, Jimmy, George and I.
Q: Why did Steve miss the football game yesterday?(A)
7. M: There is a limit of three books per person.
W: Fine. I‟ll be certain to return them on time.
Q: Where did this dialogue probably take place?(D)
8. M: Did you find what you wanted? You‟ve been away all afternoon.
W: I looked all over town, but couldn‟t find any handbags on sale. They‟re so expensive.
Q: What do we learn from the dialogue?(C)
III. Listen to the passage and tell whether the following sentences are True or False. There was a
greedy hippo. He was selfish and he ate up everybody‟s food.He ate the cat‟s, the dog‟s and the
cow‟s. He was very, very rude.One morning after breakfast, he jumped into the lake. He wasn‟t
careful and he was stuck in the lake. He went down deeper and deeper. Then he began to cry,
“Help! Please help! Won‟t someone pull me out?” The animals all pulled and pulled as hard as
they could.But when the hippo was out, he ran past all the animals and ate up everything on the
table. The animals were very angry and thought they‟d play a trick on him. They made a pie from
fish and soap to make the hippo sick. The hippo swallowed the pie as soon as he got it. He then
went back into the lake where he loved to play. “Something is wrong,” he thought. “I feel quite
strange inside.” He had a stomachache. The hippo learnt his lesson. It was the end of all their
troubles. The hippo was last seen leaving town blowing fishy bubbles.

1.F2.T3.F4.F5.T6.T
IV. Listen to the passage and complete the timetable.One evening Mr. Brown was lying in bed
when a thief broke into his house. The man tried to open the lock of his desk. He thought
Mr.Brown was asleep, but he was surprised when he heard a loud laugh from behind him.“What
are you laughing at?” the man asked.“I laugh, my dear fellow,” said Mr. Brown, “when I think you
are trying hard to find money by night in a desk where I can never find any by day.”The thief ran
away quickly.
1.evening/night2.house3.thief4.laugh5.Money6. ran
Part 2
I. 1.A2.D3.D4.C5.C6.C7.B8.C9.A10.C11.C12.C13.B
14.B15.D16.B
II. 1.variety2.wonderfully3.good4.excited5.changes6.invention
III. 1.B2.E3.A4.C5.D
IV. 1.haven‟t, yet2.Nothing was3.It‟s, to
Part 3
I. (A)1.E2.A3.C4.F5.D
(B) 1.F2.T3.T4.F5.F
(C) 1.A2.C3.B4.D5.C
(D) 1.spread all over the store
2.in packages with brightly-colored pictures placed at eye level
3.on lower shelves
4.from floor to eye level
5.let customers spend more money
II. (A)1.B2.D3.D4.B5.C6.A7.B
(B) 1.decide2.tired3.really4. without5.enjoy6.what7.habit
III. Omitted.
Mid-term Exam
Part 1
I. Listen to the sentence and choose the right picture.
1. Children prefer to have some sweet desserts after dinner. (D)
2.    Kitty always receives a lot of presents on her birthday. (B)
3.    Linda looks unhappy. What‟s the matter with him? (A)
4.    The book is so interesting that the old man can‟t stop reading it. (E)
5.    I can‟t hear you. The radio is too loud.(F)
II.   Listen to the dialogue and choose the best answer to the question you hear on the tape.
1.    W: I‟m hungry, but I don‟t think we have time for dinner.
M: I could take the car over to Kentucky Fried Chicken and get us some dinner.
Q: Why did they want fast food?(B)
2. W: I‟d like to go to Shanghai. Could you give me some advice on the hotel?
M: What kind of hotel do you like to stay in? Would you like to choose a 5 star, 4 star, or a 3 star
hotel?
W: I think a 5 star hotel is better.
Q: Where is the woman going?(A)
3. W: I know you love music, but the radio is very loud.I‟m sorry to have to say this, but I can‟t
stand such loud music.
M: Sorry, Mum. I didn‟t know I was troubling you.
Q: What‟s the boy doing?(C)
4. W: will you please post the letter for me on your way to school?
M: Oh! Sorry. I‟m not going to school. I‟m going to Peter‟s to have a party.
Q: Where is the man going now?(D)
5. W: I wonder why the shop is still not open now.
M: But it‟s not yet nine. In fact it‟s only ten to nine.
Q: What time does the shop open?(A)
6. M: Come into my office, please. I‟d like you to type some letters.
W: Yes, Sir. And I think I should remind you that you have a meeting in ten minutes.
Q: What‟s the probable relationship between the two speakers?(B)
7. W: Jack, where will you spend the holiday? You went to New York with Jimmy last year.
M: I‟m going to Paris with Daddy and Mummy, and then go to Tokyo with my girlfriend.
Q: Who will Jack go to Tokyo with?(C)
8. M: How much did the jacket you wore yesterday cost?
W: Well, the material cost me 80 yuan, and the tailor charged me 50 yuan.
Q: How much is it all together?(B)
III. Listen to the passage and tell whether the following statements are true or false.A man went
to an insurance office to have his life insured.The manager of the office asked him how old his
parents were when they died.“Mother had a bad heart and died at the age of 32. And father died of
cancer when he was 36.” “I‟m sorry,” said the manager. “We can‟t insure your life as your parents
were not healthy.” As the man was leaving the office sadly, he met a clerk who had heard the
conversation. “You must not tell the truth,” said the clerk. “No office will insure you if you speak
like that. Use your imagination a little.”The man went to another office and was shown into the
manager‟s room. “Well, young man, how old were your parents when they died?” “Mother was 83
and she died from a fall off her bike. Father was 85 and died while he was playing football.” The
manager immediately agreed to insure the man‟s life.
1.F2.F3.F4.T5.F6.F
IV. Listen to the passage and fill in the table.  Do you know the American flag? If you don‟t,
then let me tell you something interesting about it. When the United States first became a nation,
after having won its independence from England, it had thirteen states. Each state was represented
on the American Flag by a star. As the nation grew, new states were added and new stars appeare d
on the flag. For a long time, there were forty-eight states. In 1959, however, two more stars were
added to the flag, representing the new states of Alaska and Hawaii. Then 50 stars appeared on the
flag from then on.
1.132.one3.states4.stars5.486.two more stars
Part 2
I. 1.B2.C3.A4.C5.D6.B7.D8.A9.B10.C11.D12.A13.B
14.C15.D16.D
II. 1.succeeded2.conclusion3.Greece4.thief5.prove6.important
III. 1.E2.A3.D4.F5.C
IV. 1.has been2.could he3.How soon
Part 3
I. (A)1.F2.E3.B4.C5.D
(B) 1.T2.T3.F4.F5.T
(C) 1.C2.C3.D4.D5.B
(D) 1.Junk food has lots of fat, salt and sugar, but few nutrients.
2.Yes. Hamburgers, hot dogs, French fries, chips, soft drinks, candy, ice cream and so on.
3.It is cheap to make and is quick and easy for people to consume, it looks and tastes good and can
be kept for a long time.
4.Because it is the cause of overweight, heart diseases and many other health problems.
5.I should eat healthy foods about 95% of the time, and then eat 5% of junk food.(Any reasonable
answer is OK.)
II. (A)1.B2.B3.A4.A5.B6.C7.A
(B) 1.greater2.as3.meet4.largest5.because6.alone7.with
III. Omitted.
Final exam
Part 1
I. Listen to the sentence and choose the right picture.
1.My ambition is to be an astronaut. I‟d like to fly a spaceship when I grow up. (B)
2.The students in our class read English newspapers every day. (D)
3.Tigers are rane animals.We should protect them. (F)
4.Next Sunday we‟re going to have a barbecue in the country park. (A)
5. Anyone arriving in Shanghai for the first time is at once attracted by the Oriental Pearl TV
Tower. (C)
II. Listen to the dialogue and tell whether the following statements are true or false.
1. M: May, have you seen my elder brother, Billy? I can‟t find him anywhere.
W: I saw him leaving with Peter and Dick a few minutes ago.
Q: Who is the man looking for? (D)
2. W: What can I do for you?
M: I‟m looking for a red sweater.
W: What size do you want?
M: Size nine.
Q: Where are they talking? (B)
3. W: I want to post a letter to America and a parcel to Beijing. How much do they cost?
M: Let me see. Three yuan and two jiao for the letter and five yuan for the parcel, please.
Q: How much is the postage? (A)
4. M: Alice, I can‟t decide which T-shirt to buy, help me please!
W: I like that blue one best, but I think you prefer the yellow one.
M: You‟re right. I like it best. Look, that red one and black one are also very beautiful.
W: But they are more expensive.
Q: Which T-shirt does the lady like best? (B)
5. W: Did you enjoy yourself at the party last night?
M: Oh, I didn‟t go.
W: Why not?
M: I hurt my foot the day before yesterday. What about you?
W: I forgot all about it.
Q: Why didn‟t the man attend the party? (C)
6. M: Would you mind my turning on the TV?
W: Of course not.
Q: What will happen next? (D)
7. W: Is EXPO held every two years in the world?
M: No, it is held every five years. I think EXPO 2010 will be successfully held in Shanghai.
W: That‟s great! Me too.
Q: How often is EXPO held? (D)
8. W: How much are the beef and the pork, please?
M: The beef is two dollars a kilo and the pork is one dollar.
W: I‟d like two kilos of pork and one kilo of beef.
Q: How much should the woman pay? (B)
III. Listen to the passage and tell whether the following statements are true or false.John is ten
years old,and he is a lazy boy.He has to go to school,but he is bored there and tries to do as little
work as possible.His father and mother are both doctors and they hope that he will become one,
too when he grows up.But one day John said to his mother,“when I finish school, I want to
                           “A
become a garbage collector.” garbage collector?”his mother asked.She was very surprised.
                                                                          “Because then I
“That’s not a very pleasant job.Why do you want to be a gerbage collector?”
only have to work one day a week.” “Only one day a week?”his mother said.“What do you
mean?”  “Well,  ”John answered,“I know the garbage collectors come to our street to work on
Wednesday because I only see them on that day.”
1. F2. F3. T4. T5.F6. F
IV. Listen to the dialogue and fill in the table.
M: Good afternoon.
W: Good afternoon, what can I do for you?
M: I want to borrow these two comic books.
W: OK, may I have a look at your student card first?
M: Of course. Here you are.
W: Your name is Mike Brown. Your student number is PH3579.
M: Yes, exactly.
W: Where are the two books you want to borrow? What are their names?
M: Here they are. One is Sky Captain, the other is The World of Tomorrow.
W: Sky Captain is CC5707, and the other is CC5770.
M: How long can I keep them?
W: Two weeks. Today is June 7th, so you need to return them by June 21st.
M: I see. Thank you.
1.Mike2.35793.Captain4.CC57075.World6.June 21st
Part 2
I. 1.B2.B3.A4.C5.B6.B7.C8.C9.A10.A11.D12.A13.D
14.B15.B16.C
II. 1. quietly2. actor3. harmful4. collection5. forgetful6. automatically
III. 1. C2. D3. B4. E5. F
IV. 1. doesn‟t sit2. How often3. instead, attending
Part 3
I. (A)1. C2. A3. E4. B5. D
(B) 1. F2. T3. T4. T5. F
(C) 1. D2. C3. D4. B5. C
(D) 1. helps fire fighters (Any reasonable answer is OK)
2. (street address), size, type and contents
3. Yes, it can.4. a medical record5. Yes, it does.
II. (A)1. C2. D3. A4. A5. B6. B7. D
(B) 1.to2.Like3.truly4.awarded5.for6.great7.attractive
III.Omitted.

				
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