56 You don’t need to admire those people who have beautiful houses with large gardens and swimming pools or those who have nice cars and a lot of money and so on. Why? Because those who have big houses may often feel lonely and those who have cars may want to walk on the country roads at their free time.
57 When you are in trouble at school, your friends will help you; when you study hard at your lessons, your parents are always taking good care of you; when you get success, people will say congratulations to you; when you do something wrong, people around you will help you; and when you do something good to others, you will feel happy. 58 If you notice a bit of them, you can see that happiness is always around you.
Happiness is not the same as money. 59 When you are poor, you can also say you are very happy, because you have something else that can’t be bought with money. When you meet with difficulties, you can say loudly that you are very happy, because you have more chances to challenge yourself. So you cannot always say you are poor or you have bad luck. As the saying goes, life is like a revolving（旋转的） door. 60 If you take every chance you get, you can be a happy and lucky person.
A.All these are your happiness.
B.Without money, we can live a happy life.
C.Happiness is for everyone.
D.She has no chance to go to school.
E.It is a feeling of your heart.
F.You are happy when you help a helpless man.
G.In fact, happiness is always around you if you put your heart into it.
A farmer had a cow（牛）. He 36 very good care of this cow and one day when it was ill. He was very _ 37 . He telephoned the vet（兽医）.
“What’s the problem?” the vet 38 him when he arrived.
“My cow is ill,” the farmer said. “I don’t know what’s the matter 39 her. She’s lying down and won’t_ 40 up. She won’t eat, and she’s making a strange 41 .” The vet looked at the cow.
“She’s certainly ill.” he said, “and she needs to take some very strong 42 .” He took a bottle out of his box, and put two pills（药丸）into his 43 .
“Give her these,” he said. “The pills should make her 44 .”
“ 45 should I give them to her?” the farmer asked.
The vet gave him a 46 tube（管子）.
“Put this tube in her mouth, ”he said, “then put the pills in the 47 and blow(吹). That’ll make it.”
The vet went 48 .
The next day he came to the 49 again. The farmer was sitting outside his house and 50 worried.
“How’s your cow?” the vet asked.
“No 51 ,”the farmer said. “and I’m feeling very well myself.”
“Oh?” the vet said.“ 52 .”
“I did 53 you said,” the farmer answered.“ I put the tube in the cow’s mouth and then put two pills 54 it.”
“And?” the vet asked.
“The cow 55 ,”the farmer said.
1. A. made B. took C. got D. carried
2. A. happy B. glad C. attractive D. worried
3. A. asked B. told C. said D. spoke
4. A. in B. to C. with D. for
5. A. stand B. take C. throw D. cut
6. A. performance B. line C. song D. voice
7. A. rest B. wind C. cold D. medicine
8.A. mouth B. nose C. hand D. Face
9. A. ill B. humorous C. better D. fierce
10.. A. Why B. What C. When D. How
11. A. thick B. slim C. wide D. short
12. A. tube B. vase C. door D. house
13. A. with B. away C. on D. at
14..A. factory B. garden C. park D. farm
15. A. tasted B. sounded C. looked D. listened
16. A. change B. happiness C. reality D. feast
17. A. When B. What C. Who D. Why
18. A. that B. what C. when D. which
19. A. up B. on C. in D. down
20. A. apologize B. blew C. admire D. balance
_________ to the efforts by the headmaster, I can go back to school now.
6【题文】---What are the police doing?
---They are _________the mountain ___________ the escaped prisoner.
For the first 10 years after the Wright brothers' original flight in 1903, flying was only a sport．It was a pastime for daredevils （不怕死的人）．One very determined daredevil was Bessie Coleman．She was the first black woman to fly an airplane．
Coleman, born in Texas in 1892, the tenth of 13 children, dreamed of becoming a pilot．To earn money for flying lessons, she washed other people's laundry．At the age of 19 she took a train to Chicago, where she began to study in a beauty school．For five years she worked in a barbershop, and then she looked for a flying school．There were none in the United States that would teach women, but Coleman heard that there were schools in France that would．So she studied the language and sailed off to France．
When she returned to the United States in 1921, Coleman was the first licensed black woman pilot．Her "aerial acrobatic （航空特技）exhibitions" impressed audiences．She took her airplane through loop-the-loops and flew upside down．She did slow rolls and sharp rolls．Audiences were amazed when she performed a move called "falling leaf．"
Coleman became a famous person．She performed her acrobatic flights all over the country．She also spoke to African-American audiences in schools, churches, and theatres．Fly, she told them．Be a part of the new aviation（航空） industry．Many young African-American men listened to her．Some became honored military pilots during World War II．Many others made their careers in aviation．
On April 29, 1926, Coleman was flying when a tool carelessly left in the airplane hit the control stick．The plane went into a dive and did not recover．The daring 34-year-old pilot was killed．
1.Bessie Coleman went to France to ____．
A．work in a barbershop B．study the language
C．look for a flying school D．take flying lessons
2.Which of the following is probably an "aerial acrobatic"?
A．Flying upside down． B．Speaking to audiences．
C．Getting a pilot's licence． D．Impressing audiences．
3.The underlined word "exhibition" in paragraph 3 means _____．
A．a holding back B．a public show
C．falling leaf D．loop-the-loops
4.What would be the best title for the passage?
A．An early daredevil B．The first flying woman
C．A pioneer in aviation D．The first licensed black pilot
You Did More Than Carry My Books
Mark was walking home from school one day when he noticed the boy ahead of him had dropped all of the books he was carrying, along with a baseball bat and several other things. Mark __16__ down and helped the boy pick up these articles. __17__they were going the same way, he helped to carry some of them for him. As they walked Mark __18_ the boy’s name was Bill, that he __19__ computer games, baseball and history, that he was having a lot of _20_ with his other subjects and that he had just broken _21__ with his girlfriend.
They arrived at Bill’s home first and Mark was __22__in for a Coke and to watch some television. The afternoon passed __23__ with a few laughs and some shared small talk, and then Mark went home. They __24__ to see each other around school, had lunch together once or twice, and then both ended up from the same high school. Just three weeks before __ 25_ , Bill asked Mark if they _26_ talk.
Bill __27__ him of the day years ago when they had first met. “ Do you __28__ wonder why I was carrying so many things home that day?” asked Bill. “ You see, I __29__ out my locker because I didn’t want to leave a mess ( 脏乱) __30__ anyone else . I had planned to run away and I was going home to __31__ my things. But after we spent some time together __32_ and laughing, I realized that __33_ I had done that , I would have _34_ a new friend and missed all the fun we would have together. So you see, Mark , when you picked up my books that day, you did a lot more . You __35__ my life.
1.A. fell B. sat C. lay D. knelt
2.A. Although B. Since C. After D. Until
3.A discovered B. realized C. said D. decided
4.A. played B. loved C. tried D. made
5.A. questions B. ideas C. trouble D. doubt
6.A. up B. out C. off D. away
7.A. called B. helped C. invited D. invited
8.A. peacefully B. willingly C. freely D. pleasantly
9.A. continued B. agreed C. forced D. offered
10.A. graduation B. movement C. separation D. vacation
11.A. would B. should C. could D. must
12.A. demanded B. reminded C. removed D. asked
13.A. ever B. usually C. even D. never
14.A. checked B. took C. cleaned D. put
15.A. over B. into C. with D. for
16.A. find B. pick C. pack D. hold
17.A. talking B. playing C. reading D. watching
18.A. before B. if C. while D. as
19.A. forgotten B. passed C. left D. lost
20.A. helped B. recovered C. improved D. changed