II. 1. take place 2. empty 3. value 4. headmaster
III. 1. 没有必要对我大喊大叫。
2. She's preparing material for a newspaper article.
3. You should put more effort into your work.
II. 1. Apart from 2. alive 3. forming 4. especially
III. 1. 看起来，年纪大的人更容易感染新冠肺炎。
2. It has been raining for two hours.
3. I will give her a present when she comes.
II. 1. sign 2. Given 3. Adjust 4. a large amount of
III. 1. The boy made up a story, but it was not true.
2. She was deeply affected by the sad story.
II. 1. resources 2. bottom 3. a variety of 4. raise
III. 1. periods 2. announced 3. comfortable
II. 1. wooden 2. prevented 3. boosted 4. move
III. 1. 这座花园有当地植物的最佳珍藏。另外，它还有许多来自海外的花草树木。
2. What if it rains tomorrow?
Quiz 1: CBDC
Quiz 2: DCC
Quiz 3: DDBA
Quiz 4: BDAD
Quiz 5: 1-5 CBADC 6-10 ACBAD
Quiz 1: 1. Vietnam banned its rice exports.
2. Some people have begun stockpiling food and other daily necessities.
3. Because China doesn't rely much on imported grain.
4. Less-developed countries.
5. Some countries have banned food exports during the pandemic, but there is no
need for China to worry.
Quiz 2: BBD
Quiz 3: ACDD
Quiz 4: DACD
Quiz 5: 1-5 ADABC 6-10 BBDDA
Quiz 1: 1. Her parents often argue and she doesn’t know what to do.
2. Try to tell her parents about her feelings after their argument.
3. She should bring it up with her teacher or another trusted adult.
4. Yes, they also argue over trivial things.
5. To ask for neighbors’ or grandparents’ help.
Quiz 2: DBAC
Quiz 3: CDAB
Quiz 4: DAAB
Quiz 5: 1-5 DABDA 6-10 CBCAD
Quiz 1: DBAD
Quiz 2: 1. They are often made of purple clay.
2. Because it makes the tea-drinking experience more fun.
3. No, it is an animal from Chinese mythology.
4. Because it is believed that pi xiu can bring fortune to people.
5. They pour tea on it regularly.
Quiz 3: DACB
Quiz 4: ACDB
Quiz 5: 1. lives 2. important 3. because 4. busy 5. tested
6. simple 7. see 8. fingers 9. science 10. Smarter
Quiz 1: BDAB
Quiz 2: 1. He is making heart-shaped handicrafts.
2. Thank you.
3. He cut the signs with a jigsaw, sanded them, and then painted them.
4. He will use the money to buy meals for medical workers.
5. Free coffee.
6. He wanted to spread positivity and help those who are struggling.
Quiz 3: DDB
Quiz 4: CBCBD
Quiz 5: 1-5 ACBDD 6-10 CBAAD
I. BCABC II. CABC
I. AACBB II. BCCA
I. 1-5 BABCA 6. C
II. 1. tea 2. bread 3. Forks 4. Share 5. own 6. Wait 7. Cool
I. 1. Roy works in London. It takes him about half an hour to get to work by bus every day.
2. Mom likes watching Korean TV shows.
3. My dad bought his car five years ago, but it still looks new.
4. I lived abroad for several years, but I have never regretted my decision to move back to China.
5. Linda, it’s mom, I just finished shopping. Dad has finished his work and he is driving to the gym to pick you up.
II. Jack studied history at university. But at the end of his first year, he didn’t pass his final exam. His teacher asked him to leave the university. Jack’s father decided to see the teacher.
“He’s a good boy,” said Jack’s father. “If you let him pass this time, I’m sure he’ll improve a lot next year.”
“No, no, that’s quite impossible,” the teacher said. “Last month I asked him when Napoleon died, and he didn’t know!”
“Please, sir, give him another chance,” said Jack’s father. “You see, we’ve not bought a newspaper for the past few months, so none of us knew Napoleon was ill.”
I. 1. It's so nice outside today! Let’s go for a picnic, Frank.
2. There are five people in Dale’s family. They live on the ninth floor.
3. 7:30 is a little early, could we put off the start time for school to 8 am, Mr Li?
4. Don’t forget to turn off the lights when they are not in use.
5. People enjoy eating zongzi during Dragon Boat Festival.
II. One day, I lost my watch. It was a birthday gift from my mom. I usually put it in my bag. I was so worried. My best friend Siri came to help. We looked for it everywhere. We were both tired and sad. It was 7 pm. We decided to go home. On the way home, the sun went down. It was really dark outside. “Turn on the flashlight on your watch so we can see where we're going,” Siri asked me. I turned on my flashlight right away. “Watch!” we shouted to each other in surprise. As it turned out, the watch was on my wrist the whole time.
I. 1. My mother came in with a smile on her face.
2. Horses are helpful animals.
3. Please call me at 364-9374.
4. I went to my uncle’s house by bus.
5. I come from Paris.
6. I like eating noodles best.
II. Dining manners are different between China and Western countries. In China, it is a custom to have some tea before a meal when people dine in a restaurant. While in some Western countries, when people are eating together, they usually have a small piece of bread and put a napkin on their lap first. Chinese people often use chopsticks to eat their meal and share their dishes together. But people in the West prefer to use forks and knives and have their own plate of food. When the soup is served at the end of meal, Western people blow on it to cool it. In China, it is better to wait a little while.
Quiz 1: CABFD
Quiz 2: CGAFD
Quiz 3: ABGEC
Quiz 1: ADDB
Quiz 2: AACD
Quiz 1: 1. D 2. steamed buns 3. delicious 4. clothes 5. bad
6. C 7. white socks 8. reason 9. B 10. gel pens
Quiz 2: 1. body 2. energy 3. 2/3; two-thirds 4. water 5. dry
6. between 7. rainfall 8. cake 9. future 10. zongzi
Quiz 1: GEACB
Quiz 2: 1. upset 2. head 3. Agreeing with 4. face 5. interested
6. eye 7. rude 8. kiss 9. greet 10. noses
Quiz 3: 1. Hypnic jerks or sleep starts mean muscle twitches in the arms, legs or other
parts of the body, which lead you to feel falling as you start to fall asleep or
wake up to this feeling.
4. If you don’t want to experience hypnic jerks, scientists have some
Quiz 4: 1. The queen mainly lays eggs in a hive.
2. Drones may be kicked out of the hive.
3. They may fly a long way and visit more than 10,000 flowers.
1. was named as 2. has been working
3. is respected 4. actions; words
5. come up with 6. over and over again 7. in charge of
8. take action 9. In order to
5. got stuck in 6. got into an argument 7. blow away 8. get upset
5. received 6. step by step 7. agree 8. realize my dream
5. escape from 6. hot enough to 7. over time
一、1-5 ABCBA 6-10 ACBCB 11-15 ABAAB
16. jokes 17. funny 18. hurt 19. France 20. April fools
二、21-25 CDAAB 26-30 CBDBA 31-35 CDABC
三、36-40 DCDDB 41-45 BDBAB 46-50 DADCA
四、51. sick 52. leader 53. borrowed 54. unfair
55. depend 56. quickly 57. completely 58. give
59. replied 60. came back 61. again 62. agreed
63. present 64. blind 65. explanation
五、66-70 BDABA 71-75 CDBCA
六、76. On ice.
77. They wear skates, big pads and helmets.
80. Hockey is becoming more popular in China.
七、One possible version:
Around the end of 2019, a virus appeared in the middle of China. It spread so quickly that just a few weeks later, it has affected the whole country. During the outbreak, medical workers and medical supplies have become especially important in fighting the virus.
After learning how hard medical workers are working on the frontlines of the epidemic, and how much danger their lives are in, I hope to express my deep gratitude to them. I think I might want to become a professional medical worker when I grow up. They have taught me to devote myself to society. I hope I can help others like they do in the future.
1. Q: You look like you're in pain. What's wrong?
2. Q: What’s the weather like today?
3. Q: What are you going to do tomorrow?
4. Q: What a mess! Michael, can you please clean your bedroom?
5. Q: Why don’t you take the blue one?
6. W: What do you usually do in your free time?
M: I like fishing with my dad.
7. W: You ordered a large pizza and four chicken wings. Any drinks?
M: No, thanks.
8. M: I had an argument with my best friend. What should I do?
W: I think you should call him and apologize.
9. W: I went to the hospital to see my aunt yesterday. How about you?
M: I stayed home and took care of my baby sister.
10. W: What were you doing when you felt the earthquake?
M: I was brushing my teeth in the bathroom.
W: Did you go to school today, Joe?
M: Yeah, I went to school today. Were you there?
W: No, I didn’t go. I’ve been sick.
M: Sorry to hear that. Hope you get better soon.
W: Yes, I’m already feeling much better this afternoon.
M: Do you want the homework from today’s class, Anne?
W: That would be nice, thank you.
M: No problem, you’re welcome.
W: I will be glad to do the same for you when you’re sick.
M: Thank you. I hope to see you soon at school.
W: What’s your favorite movie, Mike?
M: My favorite movie is Kung Fu Panda.
W: Oh, why is that?
M: It’s the funniest movie that I’ve ever seen.
W: That’s true. It is a very funny movie.
M: When did you see it, Susan?
W: I saw it the first day it came out in theaters.
M: Did you laugh through the whole movie? I did.
W: Yes, I did. It brought tears to my eyes.
M: Mine, too.
W: I have it on DVD at my house if you want to come over and watch it.
M: Sure, that sounds fun.
Do you like playing jokes on people? You can do so on April Fools’ Day in some Western countries. It falls on April 1 every year. However, there are some rules for April Fools’ jokes. Saying that someone is dead is not funny. The jokes should also be funny for both people. They should not hurt people’s feelings.
No one knows exactly how April Fools’ Day started. One of the stories goes like this: In the Middle Ages, some French people celebrated the New Year on April 1. Other French people celebrated it on Jan 1. They made fun of people who celebrated the former. They called them “April fools” and played tricks on them.