1. June 1 is _________Day.
A. Children B. Child C. Child’s D. Children’s
2. — The pet dog in your hand is very nice. Is it ________?
—Yes, but I’ll give it to my friend, Lucy, as ________birthday present.
A. you; her B. yours; hers C. you; hers D. yours; her
3. There are ______ floors in this building and he lives on the ______ floor.
A. eleven; two B. eleven; second C. eleventh; second D. eleventh; two
4. The little girl likes to play______ chess.
A. the B. a C. / D. an
5. — ______ I finish my homework this afternoon?
—No, you _______.
A. Must; can’t B. Must; shouldn’t C. Must; needn’t D. Must; mustn’t
6. Look ____ the map of China _______ the wall, please.
A. for; on B. for; in C. at; on D. at; in
7. —Who ________the piano now?
—My sister Mary.
A. play B. played C. is playing D. will play
8. He has made much progress and makes ________mistakes in his homework than
A. few B. fewer C. many D. more
9. We must hurry, ________we will be late for class.
A. or B. and C. so D. for
10. Does anybody know ________ we will have a sports meeting this weekend or
A. if B. whether C. where D. that
A famous teacher was speaking to the students at our school. He began his lesson by holding up a ?100 bill. Then he said to the three hundred students, “Who would like this ?100 bill?” The students began to put up their hands at once.
Then he said, “I am going to give this ?100 to one of you, but first, let me do this.” He then made the bill into a ball. Then he said, “Who wants it now?” The hands went back into the air.
“Well,” he said, “What if I do this?” and he dropped it on the floor and stepped on it. He picked up the dirty, crumpled bill and said, “Who still wants it?” Hands went back into the air.
“My friends,” he said, “you have learned a valuable lesson today. No matter what I did to the money, you still wanted it because it did not go down in value. It was still worth ? l00!”
Many times in our lives, we are dropped, crumpled, and stepped on by the chances we take and the things that happen to us. We feel as if we are worth nothing. But remember, no matter what has happened to you, you will never lose your value: you are always valuable to those people who love you. Your value doesn’t come from what you do or whom you know, but WHO YOU ARE.
You are special and valuable. Don’t ever forget it!
11. Even though it was dirty, the money _______.
A. still went up in value B. was worth nothing
C. didn’t go down in value D. was still ours
12. We are always valuable to the people _______.
A. who pay us B. who call us C. who hate us D. who love us
13. Your value doesn’t come from what you do but _______.
A. who you know B. who made you
C. who you remember D. who you are
14. The sentence “Hands went back into the air” means “_______”.
A. the students put up their hands again
B. the students put down their hands
C. the students put their hands behind their backs again
D. the students put their hands in front of them
15. Why did the famous teacher use a ?100 bill at his lesson?
A. Because he wanted to make the bill into a ball.
B. Because he used to drop a bill on the floor and stepped on it.
C. Because he was going to give the bill to one of his students.
D. Because he wanted to make the students know what value was.