1.Does he often _____ with your brother?
A．Played B．Plays C．to play D．play
2._____ Lucy _________ her homework in her room now?
A．Is, doing B．Does, do C．Do, do D．Did, do
3.Do you often ______ from your parents?
A．heard B．hears C．to hear D．Hear
4.We’re moving to a different town ___________.
A．the day before yesterday
C．the day after tomorrow
D．a week ago
5.Jim______ to see his grandpa if he _______ free next week.
A．will come, will be
C．will come, is
D．comes, will be
6.If you _______, you _________ some bread.
A．will be hungry, bought
B．are hungry, bought
C．be hungry, will buy
D．are hungry, could buy
7.Work hard, ________ you will make great program.
A．and B．but C．or D．for
One evening I went to have dinner with my uncle and aunt. They had__1__invited another person, a young woman, so that there would be four people at __2__. Her face was familiar (面熟的). I was quite__3__that we had met __4__ , but I could not __5__ where I had seen her face. In the course of the talk, however, the young woman __6__ to tell us that she had lost her purse the other day. All at once I remembered where I had seen her face. She was just the young girl in the photo in the purse I had picked up while walking down the street that afternoon, although she looked much older. She was __7__ , of course, when I was __8__ to describe her purse to her. Then I explained (解释) that I had recognized (认出) her from the photo I had found in the purse. My uncle insisted on going to the police station immediately to fetch the purse.
As the policeman handed it__9__ , he said I had found not__10__the purse, but the person who had lost it.
1.A．Too B．also C．else D．either
2.A．once B．noon C．table D．work
3.A．strange B．happy C．certain D．excited
4.A．before B．ago C．then D．soon
5.A．know B．find C．see D．remember
6. A．began B．wanted C．happened D．decided
7.A．glad B．angry C．strange D．surprised
8.A．able B．about C．sorry D．ready
9.A．over B．in C．up D．down
10.A．also B．only C．yet D．Except
Ask three people to look out the same window at a busy street corner and tell you what they see. Chances are you will receive three different answers. Each person sees the same scene（场景）, but each perceives（察觉）something different about it.
Perceiving goes on in our minds. Of the three people who look out the window, one may say that he sees a policeman giving a motorist a ticket（罚单）. Another may say that he sees a rush-hour traffic jam at the intersection. The third may tell you that he sees a woman trying to cross the street with four children in tow（拉着）. For perception（感知） is the mind’s interpretation of what the senses—in this case our eyes—tell us.
Many psychologists（心理学家） today are working to try to determine just how a person experiences or perceives the world around him. Using a scientific approach,these psychologists set up experiments in which they can control all of the factors. By measuring and charting the results of many experiments, they are trying to find out what makes different people perceive totally different things about the same scene.
1.Perceiving is an action that takes place _____.
A．in our eyes
B．only when we think very hard about something
C．only under the direction of a psychologist
D．in every person’s mind
2. People perceive different things about the same scene because ____.
A．they see different things.
B．they can not agree about things
C．some have better eyesight
D．none of these
3. Psychologists study perception by _____.
A．setting up many experiments.
B．asking each other what they see.
C．looking out of windows.
D．Studying people’s eyes.
4. The best title for this article is _____.
A．How We See
B．Learning About Our Minds Through Science
C．What Psychologists Perceive
D．How To Become An Experimental Psychologist