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Many teenagers(青少年) feel that the most important people in their lives are their friends． They believe that their family members don’t know them as well as their friends do． In large families, it is quite often for brothers and sisters to fight with each other and then they can only go to their friends for some ideas．
It is very important for teenagers to have one good friend or a group of friends． Even when they are not with their friends, they usually spend a lot of time talking among themselves on the phone． This communication is very important in children’s growing up, because friends can discuss something．These things are difficult to tell their family members．
However, parents often try to choose their children’s friends for them． Some parents may even stop their children from meeting their good friends． Have you ever thought of the following questions?
Who chooses your friends?
Do you choose your friends or your friends choose you?
Have you got a good friend your parents don’t like?
Your answers are welcome．
1. Many teenagers think that ____ can understand them better．
A． friends B． brothers C． sisters D． parents
2. When teenagers have something difficult to tell their parents, they usually____．
A． stay alone at home B． fight with their parents
C． discuss it with their friends D. go to their brothers and sisters for help
3. The sentence (句子) “Your answers are welcome．” means _______．
A． You are welcome to discuss the questions with us
B． We’ve got no idea, so your answers are welcome
C． Your answers are always right
D． You can give us all the right answers
4. Which of the following is the writer’s attitude(态度)?
A． Parents should choose friends for their children．
B． Children should choose everything they like．
C． Parents should understand their children better．
D． Teenagers should only go to their friends for help．
5. Part of the purpose of this passage is to ___.
A. give information for the parents to make their own judgment(判断)
B. give advice to children who want to choose their friends
C. help parents to find better friends for their children
D. get some information from many readers
When friends come to visit us in the evening, they spend their time telling us they are in a hurry and looking at their watches． It isn’t that our friends are all very busy, it is just that we haven’t got a television． People think that we are very strange． “But what do you do in the evening?” they are always asking． The answer is very simple． Both my wife and I have hobbies． We certainly don’t spend our evenings staring at the walls． My wife enjoys cooking and painting and often attends evening classes in foreign languages． This is particularly useful as we often go abroad for our holidays． I collect stamps and I’m always busy with my collection． Both of us enjoy listening to the music and playing chess together．
Sometimes there are power cuts and we have no electricity in the house． This does not worry us we just light candles and carry on with what we were doing before． Our friends, however, are lost---no television!---So they don’t know what to do． On such evenings our house is very full they all come to us． They all have a good time． Instead of sitting in silence in front of the television, everybody talks and plays games．
6.The couple have not got a television, because ．
A． they are not rich enough
B． they are strange people
C． they enjoy spending evenings in their own ways
D． they don’t know what to do when there are power cuts
7.Both of them are interested in ．
A． learning languages B． traveling
C． staying home alone D． watching people play games
8. At night when there is no electricity, the couple ．
A． have to stare at the walls B． can do nothing but sit in silence
C． will have many visitors D． have to go out for candles
9. The writer tries to tell us that ．
A． life is possible without a television B．life is enjoyable with many friends
C． electricity is important D． television is useful
10. The best title for this passage is _____.
A. Why Do We Need a Television? B. Candle! But No Electricity!
C. Different Friends, Different Hobbies D. We Go Without Televisions!
The following is a timetable in Shanghai Pudong International Airport．
11.A man wants to take Flight 178 to Tokyo． Which gate should he go to?
A．14 B．28 C．21 D．18
12.Lisa is at gate 23. Where is she going?
A．Paris B．Beijing C．Tokyo D．New York
13.Now it’s 11:40. Mary is at gate 20. Which airline’s plane will she take?
A．British Airway B．Japanese Airlines
C．Pan American D．AirCanada
14.Gate _______ is the busiest among all these gates．
A．23 B．18 C．24 D．15
15.Which airline’s flights cover the longest route(行程)?
A．CAAC B．Pan American C．British Airways D．AirCanada
A Narrow Escape
Shortly after the war, my brother and I were invited to spend a few days’ holiday with an uncle who had just returned from abroad． He had rented (租) a cottage in the country, although he hardly spent much time there． We understood the reason for this after our arrival: the cottage had no comfortable furniture in it. Many of the windows were broken and the roof leaked (漏水), making the whole house wet．
On our first evening, we sat around the fire after supper listening to the stories our uncle told of his many adventures in distant countries． I was so tired after the long train journey that I would have preferred to go to bed; but I could not bear to miss any of my uncle’s exciting stories, He was just in the middle of describing a rather terrifying experience he had once had when there was a loud crash(倒塌声) from the bedroom above, the one where my brother and I were going to sleep．
When we got to the top of the stairs and opened the bedroom door, a strange sight met our eyes． A large part of the ceiling had fallen right on to the pillow（枕头）of my bed．
16.The uncle disliked the rented cottage for the reason that _____．
A．there were no beds in it
B．the windows were broken and the roof leaked
C．it was too old for him to live in
D．it was very rainy in the area
17.On the first evening, the writer was very sleepy, _____．
A．but he did his best not to miss any stories
B．so he had to go to bed early
C．because he was tired of his uncle’s stories
D．and he was gradually falling asleep while listening
18.The writer was attentively（注意地）listening to a story _____．
A．which his uncle read in a book
B．which was very funny
C．when his brother cried for being afraid
D．when he heard a loud crash from the bedroom
19.If the writer had not been able to stay up late, _____．
A．his uncle would have stopped telling stories
B．his uncle would have been very sorry
C．he would have been injured or killed
D．his brother wouldn’t have been, either
20. A narrow escape means ___.
A. A person runs away from a danger through a narrow door.
B. A person escapes a danger by luck.
C. A person escapes a danger easily.
D.A person runs away from a danger easily.
= 4 \* CHINESENUM3 四.单词拼写,（每题一分，满分10分）
1. Our manager is always busy traveling from here and there. He seems to be very e_______.
2. All the teachers cannot help liking the i________ boy who gives quick and clever answers to teachers’ questions.
3. What is a good teacher? First of all, he or she should have his/her lessons well ___________(有组织的) and clear.
4. What kind of person do you _________(欣赏).
5. What were your first _________ (印象) of Beijing?
6. She is never angry, and she is p___________ with the naughty boys.
7. Don’t judge a stranger by his a_____________. We should watch his deeds.
8. After passing the College Entrance Examination. Most Senor 3 students feel really _________(放松).
9. The first time you come to a new school, you should look at the t_______ to do everything on time.
10. How much r_________ do you do before an exam?
单项选择1-5 CABCA 6-10 AACAB 11-15 AADAB
完形填空1-5 ADBBD 6-10 CADCB 11-15 ABACD 16-20 BCADC
阅读理解：1-5 ACACD 6-10 CBCAD 11-15 CDABC 16-20 BADCB
单词拼写：1.energetic 2. intelligent 3. organized 4. appreciate 5. impression 6. patient 7. appearance 8. relaxed 9. timetable 10. revision
主体 Our teacher
Our teacher, Mr Chen, is now nearly forty years old. He came to our school in 1986. All these years he has been working very hard, and many times he has been praised for his good work.
He has much knowledge and is good at teaching. All of us enjoy his lessons. They are lively and interesting.
He is getting on well with us, but he is very strict with us. He often encourages us to study hard. With his help, we’ve made much progress.
Mr Chen is not only our good teacher, but also our good friend. We all love and respect him.