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7B Unit 1 Rending A

Winter is behind us and people are starting to plan their summer holiday. This year, why not visit France?

France is a big country, with coasts on three sides. Y ou can swim at①good beaches. It also has many mountains,②you can go skiing.

In central France, they grow crops such as sunflowers. One of the most scenic areas of central France is the Loire V alley. Kings and queens used③in the old castles④.

Paris, the capital of France, is one of the⑤beautiful cities in the world. The Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe are world-famous.

People⑥children will find EuroDisney a good place to visit. It is just⑦hour from the centre of Paris, and it is like Disneyland in the USA.

France is famous for its⑧food such as bread and wine. These days, you can see many France foods in large cities in China.

France is also famous for its art and culture. In France, you can enjoy film festivals and concerts. They will help you better understand France⑨the France people.

Why not go and enjoy yourself in the wonderful country of France?

()① A. it B. it’s C. its

()② A. so B. and C. that

()③ A. lived B. to live C. living

()④ A. / B. here C. there

()⑤ A. very B. best C. most

()⑥ A. with B. have C. and

()⑦ A. a B. an C. many

()⑧ A. good B. well C. fine

()⑨ A. or B. and C. with


7B Unit 1 Rending B

Y ou will love beautiful San Francisco!

San Francisco Bay is a harbour of bright blue①. To look down on the bay, travel②the highest hill by cable car. Of course, you can also walk, but you will need strong legs! It is never too hot and never too cold③. Sport-lovers can come and watch American football④baseball games. Food-lovers will find delicious fish and other seafood⑤our great restaurant.

Enjoy the California sunshine!

See the famous Golden Gate Bridge. Cross the bridge to Golden Gate Park, with its beautiful lakes, trees and gardens. In the park you can⑥, walk or play tennis. When you need a rest, come and have something to eat and drink in our Japanese Tea Garden. Nothing could be⑦!

Spend Chinese New Y ear’s Day here!

For a Chinese New Y ear’s Day with a difference, come to San Francisco and take part in our wonderful festival. San Francisco’s Chinatown is the largest⑧Asia. Behind its big green gate, you will find all kinds of food from China, and many warm welcomes.

()① A. water B. sea C. sky

()② A. to B. up C. down

()③ A. here B. there C. /

()④ A. and B. with C. or

()⑤ A. in B. on C. at

()⑥ A. fish B. fished C. fishing

()⑦ A. well B. better C. nicer

()⑧ A. in B. inside C. outside


7B Unit 1 Listening A

Today, I am going to talk about Bangkok, my home town and the capital of my country, Thailand. There are many interesting places to visit in Bangkok,①first I want to tell you about our traffic problem.

The streets are very crowded in Bangkok, so it can②a long time to get from place to place. It used to take me more than two hours to get to school by bus! I often③on my way there!

If you want to get somewhere④time in Bangkok, you must leave early. Lots of people take tuk-tuks to get⑤the traffic quickly. Tuk-tuks are like little cars with three wheels.

Bangkok is next to a big river. It is interesting to visit the Floating Market⑥the river. At the market, people sell lots of fresh fruit and vegetables from their boats.

In November, we have the Festival of Lights. Everyone makes lights⑦the festival. Then, after dark, we put them carefully into the river and watch them⑧away. It is beautiful to see the river with millions of little lights on it.

Thailand is also famous for its food. Thai food is very⑨like some Chinese food. So if you like Sichuan food, you’ll love Thai food.

⑩thanks, everyone, for listening to me.

()① A. so B. and C. but

()② A. have B. take C. speed

()③ A. sleep B. slept C. sleepy

()④ A. in B. on C. waste

()⑤ A. through B. through C. across

()⑥ A. in B. on C. at

()⑦ A. in B. until C. during

()⑧ A. sail B. swim C. go

()⑨ A. hot B. delic ious C. nice

()⑩ A. Many B. Much C. So


7B Unit 1 More Practice C

The Tower of Pisa may be the most beautiful①tower in all of Italy. The tower has eight floors. It is 54.5 metres②, with 294 steps up to the bell room. There is a very beautiful view from the top. However, it may also be the strangest tower in the world. It③to one side and looks like it is going to fall④.

The building of the tower⑤in August 1173, and the tower took nearly two hundred years to

complete. No one knows who the designer is, but it is believed⑥Bonanno Pisano was the architect.

The top of the tower was leaning⑦ 5 metres to the south and was⑧worse. According to scientists, the tower would fall over by 2050. Then, after 10 years of people’s hard work, the tower was made safe again. It was reopened⑨16 June 2001. However, the number of visitors is now limited.

()① A. clock B. bell C. /

()② A. tall B. high C. highly

()③ A. downs B. falls C. leans

()④ A. down B. over C. /

()⑤ A. began B. built C. worked

()⑥ A. is B. was C. that

()⑦ A. by B. about C. over

()⑧ A. become B. became C. becoming

()⑨ A. in B. on C. at


7B Unit 2 Listening B

I have three questions for you: Do you often see a blue sky①our city? Is the air in our city fresh?

②the water in our river clean? The answers to these questions are③“No”!

My grandfather often tells many interesting stories about his childhood. At that time, the sky was blue, the air was fresh and the water was clean. When my grandfather and his friends④in the forest, they⑤hear birds sing. When they swam in the river, they could see many fish. It was⑥happy time.

However, today, the air and water are becoming⑦. People are killing animals, and cutting down and burning trees. Some animals and plants are now⑧. Earth is in trouble.

I want you to join us by helping protect our environment. We need to protect Earth because it is our home. We do not need to do big things——we can start⑨small. Do not throw any rubbish⑩the ground. Do not waste water. Use both sides of paper when you write. Stop using plastic bags for shopping.

This is our world. Let’s do our best to make it more beautiful.

()① A. in B. inside C. above

()② A. It B. Is C. It’s

()③ A. / B. both C. all

()④ A. play B . played C. playing

()⑤ A. could B. even C. must

()⑥ A. a B. an C. the

()⑦ A. dirty B. dirties C. dirtier

()⑧ A. disappear B. disappeared C. disappearing

()⑨ A. by B. out C. with

()⑩ A. onto B. into C. on


7B Unit 2 More Practice C

Dear friend

Trees are our friends. They work hard for us. They cool our cities and clean the air. They①away dust and change carbon dioxide into oxygen for us to②. Trees reduce sound pollution in large cities and make them more beautiful. Without trees, soil③be washes away and there would be no food④us to eat. Without the shade from trees, Earth would get too hot to live⑤. Trees provide a lot of things for both humans and animals. They provide food. They also supply materials for house, furniture and paper⑥. Some trees even provide important things⑦medicine. Without trees, we would die.

In the last 200 years, more than half of all trees on Earth have⑧destroyed. We need more trees! Trees for Earth are making a difference. To help protect our environment, we plant trees and take care of them. We need more people to⑨us in this project. We want to plant 100 million trees in the next 10 years. If you want to find out more about us, please send us an e-mail.

()① A. take B. move C. let

()② A. breathe B. live C. run

()③ A. must B. will C. would

()④ A. give B. for C. provide

()⑤ A. in B. on C. for

()⑥ A. products B. product C. productions

()⑦ A. from B. by C. for

()⑧ A. to B. been C. /

()⑨ A. help B. fallow C. join


7B Unit 3 Rending B

People work with different parts of their bodies. A construction worker①uses his hands. An athlete mostly uses his or her arms and legs. Teachers use their brains for thinking, their mouths for speaking, their eyes②reading and their ears for listening. But how many people use their noses

③their job? In fact, quite a④!

A perfume maker must have a good sense of smell. A good sense of smell is⑤useful for working with many kind of food. A cook working⑥ a restaurant uses his or her nose all day. He or she must have a good sense of⑦e as well.

Firemen need to have a good sense of smell. The⑧firemen can smell smoke very quickly and because of this, a fireman with a good sense of smell will always be safer than⑨without.

Close your eyes. What can you smell? Can you tell lots of different things? Y es? Then maybe you should look a job⑩your nose.

()① A. mostly B. always C. never

()② A. to B. for C. on

()③ A. to B. for C. on

()④ A. lot B. little C. few

()⑤ A. also B. always C. as well

()⑥ A. in B. as C. for

()⑦ A. see B. taste C. smell

()⑧ A. good B. nice C. best

()⑨ A. one B. once C. /

()⑩ A. using B. used C. use


7B Unit 3 More Practice A

Last night around ten o’clock, when I was①, I suddenly heard a lot of noise in the street. I looked out of the window and saw thick smoke②from the building③the corner. It was on fire. Two fire engines were there. I ran and told my parents. We decided to go and help.

Outside, everything④very fast. People ran out of the building. Children cried loudly. A group of firemen tried to put out the fire⑤water. Two more fire engines drove⑥the street as fast as they could. Cars stopped to let them go past.

Some people were still inside the building. They stood at windows and called for help. A few threw their favourite things out⑦the windows. The police shouted at them to stop because it was dangerous. More firemen ran into the building and carried people out. Several doctors and nurses worked⑧to help the injured.

After twenty minutes, the firemen put out the fire. Two rooms were damaged and many⑨were full of water, but no one was seriously hurt.

()① A. asleep B. sleepy C. sleeping

()② A. come B. comes C. coming

()③ A. in B. on C. from

()④ A. happen B. happened C. happening

()⑤ A. in B. by C. with

()⑥ A. on B. into C. down

()⑦ A. in B. of C. from

()⑧ A. hard B. hardly C. /

()⑨ A. other B. others C. the others


7B Unit 4 Rending B

Electricity is very useful in our daily life. It helps make our lives①. A lot of things use electricity ②our homes. Here are three of them, and advice③their use.

Rice cookers

④ a rice cooker is simple and cheap. However, to use it safely, you should do the following:

●Keep the⑤of the pot dry.

●Not leave the pot on when it is empty.

Washing machines

A washing machine can help people a lot. It frees office workers and housewives from washing clothes. However, it can be dangerous. Y ou should be careful⑥the following.

●Do not put you hand in⑦washing machine when it is on.

●Unplug it when you are not using it.


A lot of people use a microwave at home. Y ou can use it to⑧water or cook food. However, to use

a microwave safely, you⑨do the following.

●Do not turn it on when it is empty, because it might start a fire.

●Stand 3 to 4 feet away from the microwave when it is on, just to be on the safe side.

●Before you use any glasses or plastic⑩in a microwave, make sure they are “microwave safe”.

●Do not use metal containers in the microwave.

()① A. easy B. easily C. easier

()② A. at B. on C. in

()③ A. on B. by C. with

()④ A. Use B. Uses C. Using

()⑤ A. side B. inside C. outside

()⑥ A. to B. of C. to

()⑦ A. a B. an C. the

()⑧ A. hit B. heat C. cook

()⑨ A. can’t B. should C. must

()⑩ A. bowls B. dishes C. containers


7B Unit 4 Listening B

Television pictures fool your eyes. When you look at a picture, your brain①the picture for one-tenth of a second, then you must look again. So when the brain has to hold more than ten pictures a②, it puts them together as③pictures. Y ou can see④yourself by drawing a lot of pictures of the same person, one on each page of a notebook. Then turn the pages of the notebook very⑤. The person will seem to move.

A television picture uses a series of lines⑥the screen. The lines change the picture many times each second and make moving pictures. We call this⑦of television “analogue television’.

Now we have “digital television”. It has no lines. Both sound and pictures are in number. When the numbers⑧a digital television change, only the difference⑨the old picture and the new one change. So the change is very fast and the picture and sound quality are very good.

()① A. holds B. takes C. makes

()② A. second B. minute C. hour

()③ A. TV B. move C. moving

()④ A. it B. this C. these

()⑤ A. fast B. slowly C. quickly

()⑥ A. across B. through C. thought

()⑦ A. type B. size C. kind

()⑧ A. in B. on C. at

()⑨ A. in B. between C. inside


7B Unit 4 More Practice C

Electricity is said to be one of the greatest inventions in human history. It lights our world, heats our homes, cooks our food and gives us lots of①. Electricity brings brightness and convenience to our world.

Today, almost everyone②the world uses electricity in one way or③. It is hard to imagine our lives without it. When there is a power failure, schools, offices, shops and factories cannot④at all. Without electricity, our lives would be⑤.

In large urban areas, electricity lights the streets and buildings. It warms⑥and animals. It cooks food in electric cookers and heats it in microwaves. Electricity drives underground trains, works traffic⑦and lifts and the machines in factories. Radios, televisions and computers use electricity to bring entertainment and news to millions of⑧every day.

In rural areas, electricity also helps a lot. In villages and on farms, electrical machines⑨and chop their food. They also cool the cows’ milk and⑩it fresh for us to drink. In fact, electricity finds as much work to do in villages as it does in cities.

()① A. things B. happiness C. sadness

()② A. in B. inside C. around

()③ A. another B. others C. the others

()④ A. work B. do C. run

()⑤ A. terrible B. different C. disappear

()⑥ A. people B. food C. house

()⑦ A. lights B. problems C. /

()⑧ A. people B. families C. counties

()⑨ A. make the cows B. make the milk C. milk the cows

()⑩ A. keep B. stay C. make


7B Unit 5 Rending B

●Oceans cover 2/3 of Earth, but ocean water is salty. In fact,①of the water in the world is not drinkable!

●Ground water is drinkable,②it is very easy to pollute it. For example, 4.5 litres of paint③about 1 litre of oil can get into the ground and④1,125,000 litres of⑤water!

●If a broken tap can fill up a coffee cup in 10 minutes, It will waste over 13,500 litres of water in a ⑥. How much water is that? Y ou would have to drink 65 glasses of water every day for a year to get that much water!

●If you leave the water⑦while you brush you teeth, you might waste 22.5 litres of water each time. That is enough to fill 65 cans of soft drink!

●If you leave the water running while you wash the dishes, you might waste 135 litres of water each time——enough to wash a⑧car!

●Believe it or not, the water in our toilets⑨as fresh water! Each time you flush the toilet, it use 6 to 9 litres of fresh water.

●A shower usually takes at least 5 minutes. Y ou could use 50 litres of water taking one shower. In a year, that is almost 18,000 litres of water!

●Taking a bath uses even more water than showers——about twice as⑩. Every time you take a bath you can easily use 120 to 160 litres of water.

()① A. all B. most C. less

()② A. but B. so C. because

()③ A. or B. and C. with

()④ A. polluting B. polluted C. pollute

()⑤ A. drink B. drinking C. drinkable

()⑥ A. hour B. mouth C. year

()⑦ A. run B. runs C. running

()⑧ A. whole B. big C. /

()⑨ A. begins B. starts C. beginning

()⑩ A. much B. time C. water


7B Unit 5 Listening B

What is in ocean water? The boy in the picture is doing①experiment. First he adds salt to glass of distilled water. Some of the salt②to the bottom of the glass. Then he mixes the water. He wants to mix the salt and the water.③he mixes , the salt changes. Can you still see the salt in the water? The salt breaks up into pieces. They are too small to.

The boy does④experiment. He heats the water. There is a white cloud above the glasses. This cloud is made up of little drops of water——steam.⑤, all of the water turns into steam . But some powder is now in the glass. What is this powder? Is it white? Is it salt? Is it the⑥salt from the start of the first experiment?

()① A. a B. an C. the

()② A. fall B. falls C. falling

()③ A. As B. When C. While

()④ A. other B. another C. the other

()⑤ A. In fact B. Actually C. Finally

()⑥ A. same B. different C. another


7B Unit 5 More Practice B

We can do many things to keep water clean. We can stop polluting water in our①life. Whenever you see②, such as cans, plastic bags and cigarette③, on the street, pick it up. When rainwater washes over this litter, it becomes④. This polluted water flows into rivers and the sea. Do not throw paint, oil or litter down you sink or toilet.

Pick up your⑤waste. When they are washed into water in rivers or the sea, they increase bacteria levels.

Take household chemicals, waste oil and batteries to the specific places⑥official landfill sites. Do not throw litter on nearby beaches. We can⑦a project with our school or join a group to help clean the beaches instead.

()① A. / B. whole C. daily

()② A. litter B. rubbish C. something

()③ A. end B. ends C. ending

()④ A. pollute B. polluted C. polluting

()⑤ A. dog B. dogs’ C. dog’s

()⑥ A. in B. on C. at

()⑦ A. organize B. make C. hold


7B Unit 7 Rending A

I① a great time travelling the world, and have learnt a lot about the eating②of people in different countries.

In China, for example, people use chopsticks to eat③. They have eaten this way for thousands of years, but I found chopsticks very difficult to use. Chinese cooks usually cut the food into small pieces, and put④dish on a different plate. At dinner, everyone sits at a round table, and everyone helps themselves with chopsticks⑤spoons. In Shanghai, I saw people eat chicken’s feet and⑥tofu. I have not seen this kind of food in the UK.

In Japan, people also use chopsticks, but each person has a separate tray of food. Each tray has several small dishes and bowls of food⑦it. The people at a table usually do not get food from plates in the middle of the table. The most famous Japanese food is sashimi——⑧fish. I found it very delic ious.

In the UK, people usually use a knife and fork. For a family dinner, the mother or father will put the food in the middle of the table. Everyone⑨the food around. As they pass the food, they take some and put it on their plates. They often eat food like roast beef and potatoes. The father will cut⑩ a large piece of roast beef and put it on each person’s plate. They use their knife to cut the food and their fork to eat it.

()① A. have had B. had haven C. haven had

()② A. customs B. habits C. traditions

()③ A. / B. with C. food

()④ A. each B. it C. every

()⑤ A. or B. with C. and

()⑥ A. sweet B. / C. smelly

()⑦ A. in B. on C. with

()⑧ A. raw B. fresh C. delicious

()⑨ A. give B. pass C. passes

()⑩ A. down B. on C. off


7B Unit 7 Rending B

Tea is one of the most important and popular①in China. There are many different kinds of tea. People always say, “We have 10,000②kinds of tea.”But mostly, we have green tea, black tea, oolong tea and white tea. There are also many different kinds of③tea.

Most people know the story about Dragon Well④tea. This tea comes from the China village of Dragon Well, not far⑤Hangzhou. Nearly 2000 years ago, the village has many⑥with no rain. All of the crops were⑦, and the farmers were very worried. Then a man found a dragon in a well.

He asked the dragon to get out⑧the well. As soon as the dragon came out, it began to rain and the crops were saved. People now call the tea from⑨area, “Dragon Well tea”.

People in the UK, the USA and Australia drink tea too, but most people there like tea with a little ⑩.

According to doctor, green tea is very good for you. Y ou should drink some every day. Do you?

()① A. drink B. drinks C. drinking

()② A. / B. same C. different

()③ A. flower B. red C. blue

()④ A. green B. Green C. Black

()⑤ A. to B. for C. from

()⑥ A. weeks B. months C. years

()⑦ A. died B. death C. dying

()⑧ A. to B. of C. from

()⑨ A. this B. that C. there

()⑩ A. sugar B. salt C. oil


7B Unit 7 More Practice B

Tea is the most popular drink in the world①water. There are thousands of different kinds of tea. All tea②from the leaves and buds of the tea plant. After③the leaves and buds. The farmers process them into black tea, oolong tea, green tea④white tea.

Black tea was invented in China in the Ming Dynasty as a way to keep tea fresh. As tea has to travel a long way to reach places such as the UK, Canada and Australia, Westerners drink⑤black tea. However, the majority of the world drinks green tea.

Herbal tea is not⑥tea. It mainly contains herbs, fruits, spices, but no leaves from the tea plant. To ⑦be tea, the leaves must come from this plant.

All tea naturally contains caffeine. Caffeine is in the tea leaves. Decaffeinated tea is regular tea (usually green or black), but people have processed it to take away the caffeine.

In recent years, organic tea has⑧become popular. It comes from plants without⑨any chemicals. It is tastier and healthier. However, usually it costs more than non-organic tea. This is because the size of the tea crop is often smaller.

()① A. before B. after C. next to

()② A. come B. comes C. coming

()③ A. pick B. picks C. picking

()④ A. or B. and C. /

()⑤ A. / B. almost C. mostly

()⑥ A. real B. true C. really

()⑦ A. truth B. truly C. must

()⑧ A. also B. always C. so

()⑨ A. using B. used C. use