第一篇： When Should I Eat It?
Mrs King is about forty years old. Her husband has a factory in the town and gets a lot of money. Their three children are all clever and they work in the factory. She has nothing to do every day. She lives happily.
Mrs King likes to eat meat and cakes very much. So her husband and children often buy some for her. She doesn’t like sports. She always gets up at about eleven in the morning. So she gets fatter and fatter. Now it’s difficult for her even to walk.
One day, she went to see a doctor. The doctor looked over her carefully and then said," There is something wrong with your heart, Mrs King. It’s bad for you to eat too much sugar and meat. You’d better eat a piece of bread for each meal."
―That’s easy, doctor."said Mrs King. ―But when should I eat it? Before a meal or after a meal?"
( ) 1.There are _____people in Mrs King’s family.
A.three B.four C.five D.six
( ) 2. Mrs King gets fatter and fatter because________________________.
A. She eats much meat and cakes.
B. She doesn’t have any sports.
C. She sleeps at home all the time.
D. Both A and B.
( ) 3. Which of the following(下面的) is right?
A. Mrs King didn’t quite understand(明白)the doctor.
B. The doctor wanted the woman to eat a piece of bread after a meal.
C. Mrs King hoped to get fatter.
Bill: Yes, mum.
Mum: Are you reading in the bedroom?
Bill: No, I am not. Mum: What are you doing?
Bill: To tell you the truth, I am playing a computer game.
Mum: What game is it? Bill: Driving Car.
Mum: Is it very interesting?
Bill: Yes, it is. Oh, my car is broken. (坏了).
Mum: Well, I think you should do some reading.
( ) 1. Bill is reading in the classroom.
( ) 2. The computer game is very interesting.
( ) 3. Bill’s mother is talking with him.
( ) 4. Bill’s mother likes playing computer games.
( ) 5. Bill’s mother thinks Mike should play computer game.
第三篇：Sick of jack
Jack was a school boy. He didn’t like going to school. He always wanted to have more holidays. One day he made a telephone call to his teacher and said in a voice. The voice sounded (听起来) like his father’s. ―I am sorry to say that Jack is ill in bed. He won’t go to school for three of four days.
"―Oh," said the teacher, ―I’m sorry to hear that, but I want to know who is speaking?" ―My father, sir." said Jack. The teacher got very angry.
( ) 1. Jack was very angry.
( ) 2. Jack wasn’t ill in bed.
( ) 3. The teacher was sorry to hear that Jack’s father was ill.
( ) 4. The teacher knew that Jack was speaking at last (最后).
第一篇：1. C 2. D 3. A
第二篇：1-5 F T T F F
第三篇：1-4 F F F T