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完形填空。      Traditional Chinese doctors believe we need a balance of yin and yang to __1__.  For example, are
 you often weak and tired? Maybe you have __2__  yin. You should eat hot yang foods, like beef. Eating
  Dangshen and Huangqi herbs __3__ also good __4__ this. But people who are too __5__ and angry
 may have too much yang. Chinese doctors believe that they should eat __6__  yin foods like tofu.
 Chinese medicine is now popular in many __7__. It's easy __8__ a healthy lifestyle, and it's __9__ to eat
  a balanced diet.
     As for me, I exercise every day, usually when I come home from school. My __10__ habits are pretty
  good, I try to eat a lot of vegetables. I eat fruit and drink milk every day. I never drink __11__. Of
 course, I love junk food too, but I try to eat it only __12__. Oh, and I sleep __13__. So you see, I look
 after my health. And my healthy lifestyle __14__. Good food and __15__  help me to study better. (     )1. A. be health               
(     )2. A. too many              
(     )3. A. be                        
(     )4. A. for                      
(     )5. A. q uiet                    
(     )6. A. little                    
(     )7. A. places                   
(     )8. A. have                     
(     )9. A. difficult                
(     )10. A. eating                  
(     )11. A. orange juice           
(     )12. A. one time
             a week          
(     )13. A. nine hour
              every night    
(     )14. A. help me
             get good grades  
(     )15. A. exercise              B. be healthy            
B. too much              
B. is                      
B. at                      
B. outgoing               
B. much                    
B. cities                  
B. to have                 
B. important              
B. to eat                  
B. coffee                  
B. once 
     a week              
B. nine hours
   every night  
B. helps me
    get good grades
B. exercises               C. in healthy                
C. many too                  
C. am                        
C. with                      
C. active                    
C. more                      
C. western countrie      
C. having                    
C. easy                      
C. eat                        
C. apple juice               
C. one time
     for a week        
C. nine hours 
     every nights    
C. help me to
    get good grades
C. exercising                 D. in health                    
D. much too                   
D. are                          
D. in                            
D. stressed out               
D. less                          
D. towns                        
D. has                          
D. interesting                  
D. eating                        
D. hot water                    
D. once for
    a week              
D. nine hour
    every night        
D. helps me
     getting good grades  
D. to exercise                  VII. Writing(作文)(共20分) 94. Write an email of at least 60 words according to the situation given below.(请根据所给情景提示,写一封不少于60个词的邮件,标点符号不占格。) Suppose you are Jenny. Your friend David is upset about a coming exam. He is not sure whether he should find a tutor(家教) or not. What do you think? Write an email to give him your opinion. 你叫Jenny, 你的朋友David(六年级学生)即将面临期末考试,近日,他就是否要请家教来帮他复习迎考发邮件向你求教。请给David回复一封电子邮件,结合你自身的学习经历就是否请家教表达你的观点及理由。 (注意:文中不得出现任何姓名、校名及其它相关信息,否则不予评分。) VI. Reading comprehension(阅读理解)(共50分) A. Choose the best answer(根据短文内容,选择最恰当的答案)(12分) During all this time, I never stopped thinking about escape. When I travelled across to the other side of the island, I could see the other islands, and I said to myself, “Perhaps I can get there with a boat. Perhaps I can get back to England one day.” So I decided to make myself a boat. I cut down a big tree, and then began to make a long hole in it. It was hard work, but about six months later, I had a very fine canoe(独木舟). Next, I had to get it down to the sea. How silly I was! Why didn’t I think carefully before I began to work? Of course, the canoe was too heavy. I couldn’t move it! I pulled and pushed and tried everything, but it didn’t move. I was very unhappy for a long time after that. In my sixth year on the island, I did make myself a smaller canoe, but I did not try to escape in it. The boat was too small for a long journey, and I did not want to die at sea. The island was my home now, and I was just happy to be alive. A year or two later, I made myself a second canoe on the other side of the island. I also built myself a second house there, and so I had two homes. I kept food and tools at both of my houses, and also wild goats. There were many goats on the island, and I made fields with high fences to keep them in. They learnt to take food from me, and soon I had goats’ milk to drink every day. I also worked hard in my corn fields. And so, many years went by. 69. We can infer(推断) from the first paragraph that the writer   .    A) was probably from England        B) lived happily on the island    C) lost his way on the island       D) was born on the island 70. It took the writer    to make the first canoe.    A) many years        B) about six months    C) a year or two              D) about six years 71. The writer was very unhappy because   .    A) he had cut down a small tree      B) he had a very fine canoe    C) he couldn’t move the canoe       D) he had made a small canoe 72. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?    A) The writer made himself a smaller canoe in his sixth year on the island.    B) The writer made fields with high fences to keep many wild goats in.    C) The writer didn’t try to escape because he had two homes on the island.    D) The writer knew the canoe was too small for a long journey across the sea. 73. This story is mainly about how the writer   .    A) kept goats in the fields B) escaped from the island    C) built houses by himself  D) survived on the island 74. This story is probably a part of a(n)     .    A) novel    B) advertisement       C) travel guide  D) telephone message B. Choose the words or expressions and complete the passage(选择最恰当的单词或词语完成短文)(12分) When I think of growing up, I think of summertime and those long days when good weather and free time allowed the world to open up in front of me. Every day was a new opportunity for experience and adventure. The first summer I can really  (75) , I was six years old and spending time in the countryside. There were fields of corn separated by windbreaks(防风林) of tall trees and a railway line cut through the middle of the landscape with its shiny steel tracks. My brother and I walked along the tracks throwing stones at the grass and flowers that grew along each side. We were warriors, adventurers. I don’t know why, but I suddenly stopped throwing stones and just started  (76)  and listening. The corn leaves, the trees, the train tracks, every cloud in the sky, every stone on the ground, every sight, every sound; it was…beautiful! I had  (77)  thought of beauty before. I was too young to be aware of the concept(概念). But there it was all around me and I was part of it. Today’s city children have  (78)  chance of experiencing that moment. They are the “touchscreen generation” who spend up to seven hours a day on their mobile phones or surfing the Internet or watching TV. Even when they have a chance of spending some time with  (79) , they are more likely to ignore(忽视) it. They prefer to stay focused on their mobile devices. Summer is the  (80)  season: for plants and for young people. This summer, try to put aside your “touchscreen” and let the true beauty of the season open up for you. 75.         A) forget   B) remember  C) enjoy  D) spend 76. A) looking   B) driving   C) cooking   D) sleeping 77. A) already   B) often    C) never    D) ever 78. A) one     B) more    C) every    D) less 79. A) family   B) class    C) team    D) nature 80. A) growing   B) swimming  C) first    D) worst C. Read the passage and fill in the blanks with proper words(在短文的空格内填入适当的词,使其内容通顺,每空格限填一词,首字母已给)(14分) Undoubtedly, it’s always a happy moment to get some pocket money. But have you ever thought about how to spend your pocket money wisely? Now let’s check out the following tips and learn to spend your money in a b (81)   way. Make a list When you get your pocket money, don’t get too happy and impulsive(冲动的). We all have a lot of things that we want. But do you really need them that much? That’s why it is suggested making a list before spending money. Start with the thing you want m (82)  . You can also write down about how much it costs or how important it is in your life. By doing this, you will see if it is n (83)   to buy it. Help others How about being more selfless and using our pocket money to help others? We all know that there are many people in the world who are in e (84)   need of our help. Helping others brings out the best in us and is one of the greatest joys in our lives. So consider using your pocket money to do something useful and helpful, to feel how you can make a d (85)  . Save as much as you can. There is an old saying, “Money doesn’t grow on trees.” If you spend all your pocket money all at once, you’ll have no money u (86)   your next “pay day”. Wallets sometimes might not be the best place to save as they tempt you into spending your money. Get a piggy bank or ask your parents to start a savings account for you. Someday when you look b (87)  , you’ll get a strong sense of achievement by saving so much by yourself! Just remember, every penny counts.  D. Answer the questions(根据短文内容回答下列问题)(12分) One day a police officer managed to get some fresh mushrooms. He was so pleased with what he had bought that he offered to share the mushrooms with his fellow officers. When their breakfast arrived the next day, each officer found some mushrooms on his plate. One officer looked at the mushrooms carefully and then suggested, “They look nice, but I heard that some mushrooms might be poisonous(有毒的). Let’s get Jimmy to examine a piece for us.” Jimmy was the dog they kept. They brought it in, and fed it one piece of mushroom. The dog quickly ate it, and seemed to enjoy his mushroom. Fifteen minutes later, Jimmy was still alive and kicking without showing any discomfort. The officers were relieved(放心的) and began to eat their meal, saying that the mushrooms had a very strange but quite pleasant taste. However, an hour later, the gardener rushed into the room and reported in a sad voice that the dog was dead. The officers were astonished and their faces turned white out of fear. Immediately, they jumped into their cars and rushed to the nearest hospital. The doctors and nurses used pumps(吸物器) to help them get rid of the mushrooms that remained in their stomachs. Everyone had a hard time. When they returned to the police station, they sat down and started to discuss the mushroom poisoning. Each man explained the pains he had felt and they agreed that it had grown worse on their way to the hospital. “The poor dog must have died a painful death,” said one officer. “Let’s ask the gardener how it died.” So they called the gardener in and asked him more details about Jimmy’s death. The gardener sighed and said, “Jimmy was a good dog. It is said that a car hit him in the middle of the road. But I guess it didn’t suffer much. It died the moment it was hit.”   88.   What did the police officer want to do with the fresh mushrooms? 89.   Why did the officers get Jimmy to eat the mushrooms first? 90.   When did the officers begin to eat the mushrooms? 91. Why did the officers rush to the nearest hospital? 92. How did the officers feel on their way to the hospital? 93. What have you learned from this story?

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