( )6.A.That’s OK. B.I think so. C.I’ m sorry to hear that.
( )7.A.Yes, I will. B.I don’t think so. C.No, thank you all the same.
( )8.A.You’d better get up early. B.You’d better not work late into night.
C.You should drink some tea.
( )9.A.It’s good. B.It’s bad. C.Good idea.
( )10.A.Every day. B.In the morning. C.Two weeks.
( )11.A.By bus. B.By bike. C.On foot.
( )12.A.Because he had a cold. B.Because he had the flu.
C.Because he went to bed late.
( )13.A.Play on the computer for too long.
B.Watch TV for long.
C.Read books in the sun.
( )14.A.She does the housework. B.She does her homework.
C.She watches soccer games.
( )15.A.A worker. B.A doctor. C.A teacher.
( )16.Why does Sandy drink milk often?
A.Because her mother asks her to.
B.Because she wants to.
C.Because drinking milk is good for her health.
( )17.How often does Sandy drink milk?
A.Every day. B.Sometimes. C.Never.
( )18.What’s Sandy’s favorite food?
A.Meat. B.Dumplings. C.Bread.
( )19.When does Sandy eat oranges?
A.After breakfast. B.After lunch. C.After supper.
( )20.Who thinks junk food (垃圾食品) is unhealthy?
A.Sandy. B.Peter. C.Mary.
( )21.What was the girl wearing?
A.She was wearing black clothes. B.She was wearing a pair of sunglasses.
C.She was wearing a beautiful skirt.
( )22.When did the girl become blind?
A.She became blind when she was five. B.As soon as she was born.
C.After she began to go to school.
( )23.Why did the girl become blind?
A.Because something was wrong with her eyes when she was born.
B.She had an accident.
C.Because she took some wrong medicine.
( )24.What did the girl listen to?
A.She listened to the pop music. B.She listened to the stories.
C.She listened to the radio and television.
( )25.What’s the girl?
A.She’s a university student. B.She’s a writer.
C.She’s a teacher of the blind children.
( )1.—I have a toothache.
—You should _______.
A.drink lots of water B.take a rest
C.see a dentist D.have a good sleep
( )2.In summer, there is _______ rain in my hometown.
A.many B.lot of C.plenty of D.a few
( )3.It’s hot here. Why not _______ your coat?
A.put on B.to take off C.to put on D.take off
( )4.—You look pale. What’s _______ with you?
—I have _______ headache.
A.the wrong; a B.wrong; the C.matter; the D.the matter; a
( )5.You mustn’t stay _______ late every day. It’s bad for your health.
A.of B.up C.for D.on
( )6.—Shall we go to the park?
A.I’ve no idea. B.Good idea.
C.I’d love. D.I’m very busy.
( )7. —Must we keep the window _______ all the time?
—No, you don’t have to.
A.opening B.opened C.to open D.open
( )8.We should eat _______ fruit and vegetables, but _______ meat. It is good for our health.
A.more; less B.more; more C.less; more D.less; less
( )9.—How are you feeling today?
—________ I think I can go to the picnic with you tomorrow.
A.Not too bad. B.Much better. C.Very bad. D.Not so well.
( )10.He eats _______ food, so he is _______ fat.
A.much too; too much B.too much; much too
C.much too; the many D.too much; too many
( )11.—Must I take the medicine every day?
—No, you _______.
A.must B.mustn’t C.needn’t D.can’t
( )12.My mother is ill. I _______ stay at home to take care of her.
A.can B.may C.should D.maybe
( )13.—May I use your dictionary, Lily?
A.go ahead B.you can ask Bill C.you can’t D.that’s all right
( )14. If it _______ tomorrow, we will go to the park.
A.isn’t rain B.don’t rain C.doesn’t rain D.won’t rain
( )15.The nurse should care _______ the patients day and night.
A.of B.at C.for D.in
A：What’s wrong with you, Alan?
B： 16 I have a cold.
A：I’m sorry to hear that. 17
B：But I’m busy and I must finish the report.
A： 18 Then you can give the report to him later.
B：Maybe you’re right. 19
A：Don’t say that. 20 You’d better lie down and have a good rest now.
B：OK, I’ll ask for leave right away. Thank you very much.
A.Why not tell your boss (老板) about that?
B.You should go to see a doctor.
C.But I don’t want to ask for leave.
D.I don’t feel well.
E.You can do your job better when you are in good health.
(B is at A’s home)
A：It’s very cold this morning. Would you like a cup of hot milk?
B：Sorry. 21. .
B：22. . I don’t want any sugar.
A：But I know you usually like tea with sugar.
B：Yes. But the doctor told me it’s bad for my health.
A：I see. Here’s some home cooked food. 23. ?
B：No, thanks. I had breakfast an hour ago. 24. .
A：Help yourself to some fruit，then.
Mr. Johnson was having trouble with his stomach. 26 he went to see a doctor. The doctor examined his stomach 27 but couldn’t find any problem. Then he said，“Well，Mr. Johnson，take it easy. There’s 28 serious，stop smoking and then you’ll be all right very 29 .”
“But doctor,” answered Mr. Johnson,“I 30 , and I don’t like smoking at all.”
“Oh，I see, ” said the doctor, “then stop drinking alcohol (酒) 31 .”
“But I don’t drink alcohol,” answered Mr. Johnson.
“Don’t drink 32 tea or coffee then,” the doctor said to him.
“I 33 drink water, ” answered Mr. Johnson, “I don’t like tea or coffee, either.”
The doctor 34 for a while and then said, “Well, what do you like to eat then?”
“Potatoes, I like potatoes very much,” Mr. Johnson answered at once.
“All right，then stop 35 potatoes,” said the doctor as Mr. Johnson got up to say goodbye to him.
( )26.A.Or B.But C.So D.For
( )27.A.slowly B.carefully C.quickly D.happily
( )28.A.nothing B.something C.anything D.everything
( )29.A.early B.much C.late D.soon
( )30.A.won’t smoke B.needn’t smoke C.couldn’t smoke D.never smoke
( )31.A.from then on B.just now C.from now on D.until now
( )32.A.some B.many C.any D.little
( )33.A.will B.only C.don’t D.won’t
( )34.A.thinks B.will think C.is thinking D.thought
( )35.A.eating B.buying C.cutting D.washing
Joan worked in a hospital as a nurse. One evening there was a big dance at the hospital. Most of the doctors and nurses would be there, but of course somebody had to be left to look after the sick children, and Joan was not of the lucky ones. She liked dancing very much, so when she had to start work that evening while her friends were getting ready to go to the dance, she felt very sorry for herself.
She went to each sick child one after another and said good-night, until she came to one little boy, Dicky. He was eleven years old, but he was already able to talk like an adult. Poor Dicky had a very serious illness, and now he was hardly able to move any part of his body except his hands. Joan knew he would never get any better, but he was always happy and always thinking about other people instead of about himself.
Dicky knew that Joan loved dancing, so now when she came to say good-night to him, he greeted her with the words,“I’m very sorry that you have to miss the dance because of us. But we are going to have a party for you. If you look in my drawer (抽屉), you’ll find a piece of cake. I saved it from my supper today, so it’s quite fresh. And there is also a dollar there. You can buy something to drink with that. And I’d get up and dance with you myself if I were able to.”he added.
Suddenly the hospital dance seemed very far away and not important to Joan at all.
( )36.Joan felt unlucky that evening mainly because _______.
A.there was a dance ball at the hospital
B.of her unpleasant job
C.she was obligated (被迫) to look after the sick children
D.she would lose the chance to go to the big dance at the hospital
( )37.Poor Dicky _______.
A.was no more than a boy of eleven
B.fell seriously ill
C.was clever at talking though he was very young
D.all the above
( )38.Dicky was lovely because _______.
A.he was a nice, kind boy of eleven
B.he was always thinking about others more than himself
C.he saved a piece of cake for his nurse
D.he could foresee (预知) that he would never get any better
( )39.Which of the following is not TRUE?
A.Dicky knew why Joan was unhappy.
B.Dicky heard about the dance.
C.Dicky showed sympathy (同情) for Joan.
D.Dicky rose up to greet Joan when she came.
( )40.At that party arranged (安排) for Joan, Dicky probably _______.
A.got up and danced with her
B.gave Joan some cake he had saved
C.brought her something to drink
D.lost the dollar which he was going to give Joan
How much sleep do we need? People are all different. Some people need only three or four hours of sleep a night. Others need ten hours of sleep a night. Most Americans sleep seven to eight hours a night.
Some people find it hard to fall asleep. About one in three Americans have a problem with sleep. Many of these people can not fall asleep. The name of this problem is insomnia(失眠症). Many famous people in history had insomnia. Some of these people have special(特殊的') ideas to make themselves sleep. Benjamin Franklin had four beds. He moved from bed to bed to fall asleep. Mark Twain lay(躺) on his side across the end of his bed.
( )41.Different people need different amounts of sleep(睡眠时间).
( )42.Most Americans sleep more than 8 hours a night.
( )43.If a person has insomnia, he can never fall asleep.
( )44.About 1/3 of Americans have a problem with sleep.
( )45.Mark Twain had four beds to make himself sleep.
During the day we work and play，and at night we sleep. Our body rests when we sleep. In the morning we are ready to work and play again. Our body grows most when we are asleep. Children who are tired usually need sleep. We can get better at our lessons after having plenty of rest. Boys and girls who are eight or nine years old need ten hours of sleep every night. Our body needs plenty of air when we are asleep. If we do not get enough fresh air, we will feel tired when we wake up. While in bed we must not cover our head，our lungs need to get enough fresh air. If we open our windows at night，we can have plenty of fresh air. Cool air is better than warm air.
( )46.Our body grows most while we are _______.
A.eating B.playing C.sleeping D.exercising
( )47.Too little sleep makes us _______.
A.tired B.hungry C.happy D.grow
( )48.—What may cause us to feel tired in the morning?
—_______ during the sleep.
A.Too much air B.Not enough fresh air
C.Too much cold air D.Too much sleep
( )49.How many hours of sleep should 9-year-old children have every night?
A.8 hours. B.9 hours. C.10 hours. D.11 hours.
( )50.What do the lungs need most?
A.Fresh air. B.Covering. C.Warm air. D.Exercise.