1.He has many footballs. He never plays soccer, he only watches TV.
—She is in the library.
3.—is the boy with a pair of glasses?
—My brother, John.
4.—Do you like watching pingpong matches?
—Yes, and favorite pingpong player is Ma Long.
5.—How do you do?
A.Fine, thank you.
B.How do you do?
C.How do you do, too.
D.The same to you.
6.—My dictionary is on the desk. ?
—It's in the desk.
A.What about you
B.How are you
C.How do you do
D.What about yours
7.—Your cousin Kate is not a tidy girl.
—Yea h! Her books, notebooks and pens are .
8.—Would you please pass me the ?I need to look up a word in it. —OK, here you are.
9.—What are ,Lily?
—They're some rabbits.
10.His voice strange on the phone. Just like a wolf.
1.—Wh at's your phone n ?
2.If you don't know the new words, you ca n look them up in the d .
3.The room is very t because it is cleaned every day.
4.Why not put a c there? It's convenient for you to know the time.
5.Hurry up, or you will be l for work.
6.He is very kind and has many go od f .
7.Your things are e . Please put them away.
8.The job is dull and b . I d on't like it.
9.I'll a remember that day.
10.The math problem is so d that I can't work it out.
1.The boy with his parents (watch) TV every night.
2.The picture of her family (be) on the w all
3.Bob (have) a great sports collection.
4.Let (he) play sports with us.
5.Their CD (sound) relaxing.
6.Our math teacher (go) to work by car.
7.It's easy for me (play) sports with my classmates.
8.Mr. Smith (not teach) French. He (teach) English in our school.
9.Uncle Wang can (make) a machine.
10.—What Jim often (do) on Sunday?
—He (do) his homework in the morning and (play) with his friends in the afternoon.
Ⅰ. 1~5 CDDCB 6~10 DADBC
Ⅱ. 1. number 2. dictionary 3. tidy 4. clock 5. late
Ⅲ. 1. watches 2. is 3. has 4. he 5. sounds 6. goes
7.to play 8. doesn't teach; teaches 9. make
10.does; do; does; plays