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—When did Uncle John _______ Aunt Alice?

  —At the end of the year 2006. They _______ for nearly ten years.

A. marry; have married    B. marry with; have married

C. marry; have been married    D. marry with; have been married

 

—When did your father ______ your mother? 

  — About 15 years ago.

A. marry    B. marry to    C. marry with    D. get married

 

I ________ him to finish his work first.

A. allow    B. remind    C. afford    D. take

 

Your father coughs a lot. You'd better_______ him_______ anymore.

A. remind; not smoke    B. to remind; not to smoke

C. to remind; not smoke    D. remind; not to smoke

 

Sally wanted to ________ Bob, so she went to the country with him.

A. get married    B. marry with    C. marry

 

—Jill, remind me ________ my camera to school tomorrow.

  —I will.

A. taking    B. to take    C. repairing    D. to repair

 

—When did you ______________?

  —I’ve ______________ for two months.

A. get married;been married    B. be married;been married

C. get married;got married    D. get married;married

 

The pictures can ______ me ______ the life living in the countryside with my grandparents.

A. let; down    B. remind; of    C. think; about    D. give; up

 

題型:書信作文
難度:中等

Writing(作文)

You are graduating from middle school soon. Your parents will give you a gift to celebrate the important time. Write a letter with at least 60 words to your mum and dad. Tell what you want and how useful and important it is to you. The beginning part of the letter is given.

你即將初中剛畢業,父母准備一份禮物給你慶祝這一重要時刻。寫一篇至少60詞的信給你的父母。告訴他們你想要什麽禮物,它對你的重要性及用處。信的開頭已給。

(注意:短文中不得出現考生的姓名、校名及其他相關信息,否則不予評分。標點符號不占格)

 

題型:回答問題
難度:中等

Answer the questions.(根據短文內容回答下列問題) :

When Jan and Brian Dutcher moved to San Diego for Brian’s new job at San Diego State University, the neighbors smiled and introduced themselves. But there were no “ bring a plate” invitations, no car pooling for her daughters Liza, 12 and Erin, 15.

“The family really didn’t know each other, and we missed that,” says Jan. “We are far from relatives. Neighbors are our family.”

So Jan, an artist, decided to repeat a project she had done for Liza’s fifth-grade class: ask each person to paint his or her face on a big canvas(帆布). The finished piece would become the new family photo.

First , Jan painted a grid(網格) on the canvas and put it up in the garage with a table of paints nearby. Then whenever she was home, the “art room” door was up , with an open invitation for neighbors to paint. The first to stop in were kids riding by. “They thought it was cool,” says Jan, but the adults weren’t so keen. “ Most said they hadn’t picked up a paint brush since kindergarten,” she says. “They were afraid they’d mess it up.” But as word slowly spread, they came, some using their driver’s license photos as models.

Then something started to happen. They returned ---to see who had painted, or if they could recognize who was who. In Jan’s garage, they began to chat about schools, jobs, and families. Almost daily. Wendy, who lived across the street and was seriously ill, came in her wheelchair to watch the fun. Neighbors began to offer their support.

When the worst things happened and Wendy died, they stood by her husband, Bill and invited him over for dinners.

This year has been different in the neighborhood. Families take turns hosting happy hours. “We ‘re watching over each other now just like in the painting.” says Jan.

1.Why did the Dutchers move to San Diego?

2.Where did people paint, on a wall, a car or a canvas?

3.Who joined in the project first after a grid was done?

4.What did the adults in the neighborhood think of the project at first?

5.With the project on and on, what happened in and out of the garage?

6.How do you understand the underlined sentence“We’re watching over each other now just like in the painting”?

 

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