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假定是李华,你的英国朋友 Terry 很想了解中国。请你给他写一封邮件,推荐" China Daily”。要点如下:

1.该报是介绍中国的优质英文报;

2.该报内容广泛(包含国内外新闻、体育赛事、文化活动等);

3.该报颇受英语国家人士欢迎。

注意:1.词数 100 左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

参考词汇quality newspaper    a wide range of    be popular with

Dear Terry,

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Yours

Li Hua

 

下列各句中都有一处错误,错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改,请按要求修改下列各句。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号,并在其下面写出该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。

修改:在错的词下画一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意: 1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2. 每句只允许修改 1 处,多着不计分。

1.He stopped taking drugs as result of seeing the doctor.

2.As a schoolgirl, she never dreamed on being an actress.

3.She told us so an interesting story that we all forgot about the time.

4.It was in the town that where the famous football star David Beckham was born.

5.In order to develop her interests in music, Linda’s parents advised her to learn to play the piano.

 

阅读下列短文,在空白处填入 1 个适当单词或括号内单词的正确形式。答案写在题号后的横线上。

Jack was in his last year of junior school. He was only 4 feet and 11 inches, overweight. He had little hair and few 1. (friend). His grade was not 2. (good) than his look. His life was going nowhere. He was having a really hard time because his parents recently got divorced (离婚). But he wanted to change  3. (he) so that he could have a fresh start in the high school.

Jack went to Mrs. Collins, his favorite teacher,  4. told him that he had to make small changes first and start with the easier things. Jack went to the hospital 5. (solve) his hair problems. He started talking to people more to make friends. He realized that he just had to express himself. He started to study more instead of 6. (think) about his parents, He  7. (begin) to eat healthily to lose weight.

When Jack entered the high school on the very first day, he was a 8. (total) different person. He was now in good shape, smart 9. popular. He also had a nice hairstyle. Everyone wanted to make friends 10. him.More importantly, Jack finally became happy and confident through his own efforts.

 

Chores: Good for Kids, Good for You

A recent study showed that most adults did household chores when they were young. 1. Kids nowadays spend a good deal of their time on homework and after-school activities.

An expert said, “Parents today want their kids to spend time on things that can bring them respect. We have stopped doing the one thing that has proven to bring success. 2.

One study found that young adults who began chores at ages 3 and 4 were more likely to succeed. Compared to no-chore kids, they had better family relations, did better in school, did better at work and were more self-confident.Personal happiness is said to come from strong relationships. It begins by learning to be kind and helpful at home.

If your kids say they have to skip chores to do homework, do not let them off the hook. 3. “What may seem like small messages at the moment,” an expert says, “add up to big messages over time.”

Here are some important ideas from experts

4. Thank young children for being a “helper,” not just “helping”. It creates a positive identity.

Schedule chore time. Write down chores on a calendar that everyone can see (for example, posted in the kitchen).

Game it. Start small and have young children earn new “levels” of responsibilities, such as going from sorting clothes to earning the right to use the washing machine.

Keep allowances and chores separate. Do not make chores a business trade.

Do chores as shared tasks. 5.

Give chores a PR (public relations) boost. Do not tie chores to punishments. If you complain about doing the dishes,so will your children.

A. Watch your language.

B. That is doing household chores.

C. Instead of saying, “Do your chores,” say, “let’s do our chores.”

D. But the same study showed that most kids today do not do household chores.

E. You shouldn’t tell your child that grades are more important than caring about others

 

As a new teacher at Doull Elementary school in Denver, Kyle Schwartz thought of a simple way to know her third graders, most of whom came from poor families. She asked them to complete the note, “I wish my teacher knew..." and share something about themselves. Their honest answers gave the teacher a chance to understand her students’ difficulties.“I wish my teacher knew I have no pencils to do my homework,” wrote one child. “I wish my teacher knew sometimes my reading homework is not signed because my mom is not free a lot,” wrote another. Some showed hope for the future. “I wish my teacher knew that I warn to go to college.”

“Some notes are really heartbreaking.” Schwartz tells ABC News. “I care deeply about each of my students and I don’t want them to be poor forever.” She explains, “I hoped to know more about their lives and how I could better support them. So I decided to let them tell me what I needed to know. That was why I created the fill-in-the-blank exercise.”

_______ the third graders were allowed to answer anonymously (匿名地) , most wanted to include names. And some were even excited to read their notes out loud, like one shy girl who bravely said that she was lonely. “After she told the class, ‘I don’t have friends to play with me,’ I was worried about what they would do,” Schwartz tells Us Weekly. However,I felt encouraged to see how much support the other kids offered her. They invited her to play at break and sit with them at lunch. You see, children have an unusual ability to express empathy(同情) .”

“The results have been surprising,” says Schwartz. “It shows the importance of giving people a voice and really listening to them.

(以下A(易)、B(难)两种题型任选一种,前4个小题为A(易)题型,后4个小题为B(难)题型,做A种題型的不做B种,做B种题型的不做A种)

1.Why did the teacher create the fill-in-the-blank exercise?

A. To find out more about her students.

B. To make the lesson more challenging.

C. To improve the students' writing skills.

D. To raise her students’ interest in lessons.

2.What do we know about the students' answers?

A. They were kept secret.    B. They were partly made up.

C. They were beyond expectations.    D. They were mostly disappointing.

3.What does Schwartz think of her students?

A. They are brave, shy and lonely.

B. They are ready to express themselves.

C. They have difficulty in making friends.

D. They are unwilling to make their answers public.

4.What happened to the girl after she shared her feelings?

A. Her classmates liked to chat with her.

B. Her classmates didn’t understand her.

C. She was laughed at by her classmates.

D. She got great support from her classmates.

5.Fill in the blank in Para. 3 with a proper word.

6.Which sentence in the text is the closest in meaning to the following one?

Some of what they said made me feel rather sad.

7.Translate the underlined sentence into Chinese.

8.What did the teacher do in order to know more about her students?

 

Christa Marie Eastburn has added a new name to the list of people she sends Father’s Day cards to—a father she grew up never knowing. In North Kansas City, the 57-year-old woman thought her father died 54 years ago, but this summer she learned he is alive. "I have a real father to send a card to this time, "she told the newspaper last week. “But I still don’t have everything that goes with it—like the memories.” Her parents, Karl Beinfohr and Ingeborg Mueller, got married in Germany in the 1940s when World War II was on and a year later Marie was born—a daughter who grew up thinking her father, a German soldier, died in the war.

This year, Eastburn found and got in touch with relatives in Germany, hoping they could tell her about her father. One day, a letter arrived in her mailbox.

"All these years of quietness, "Beinfohr wrote, "I don' t know what you have lived through. The news that she had a father who lived an ocean away brought tears to Eastburn's eyes.

Eastburn and her father began writing to each other. In his letters, Beinfohr tried to explain the years lost. Finally, last month, Eastburn went to Germany to meet her father. They looked through old photos. Beinfohr showed his daughter one of her old toys he had kept.

1.What can we infer from the underlined sentence in Paragraph 1?

A. Her father had a poor memory.

B. She had grown up without a father

C. She couldn’t remember her parents at all

D. She didn't know what to write on the card

2.How did Eastburn find out her father is still alive?

A. By contacting relatives in Germany

B. By sending out Father’s Day cards

C. By looking through some old photos

D. By visiting her friends in the world

3.Where does Eastburn most probably live?

A. In Germany

B. In Britain

C. In France

D. In America

 

No matter where you are, knowing how to protect yourself and your family during an earthquake is necessary. Here are some tips for you.

Duck, Drop, Cover and Hold

Duck under a strong piece of furniture, if possible. Most earthquake injuries are the result of being hit by something falling on you. Drop to the floor to avoid falling or being thrown down. And protect you from flying glass. Use clothes,blankets, cushions or furniture for covering. Hold on to whatever you're using, as the ground motion may be violent. Get away from glass, bookcases or anything heavy that could fall over on you.

Stay away from the doors

Doorways used to be recommended but most experts now say: stay away from them. Doors can suddenly shut with bone crushing force. Anyway, the experts say that in modern construction a doorway is no stronger than any other location along the wall.

Try to run outside

While the ground is moving, the greatest danger is of being injured by taking a fall or being hit by a falling piece of building as you exit. If you smell gas or when the shaking stops, calmly, carefully make your way out and get clear of the building. Before you leave, get shoes on because you will be walking on broken glass. If you're in a crowd, stay calm, and take what can cover you and find where you are. In a crowd the greatest dangers are panic and the rush for an exit.

1.Which of the following is TRUE about earthquakes?

A. Floors cause most injuries.

B. Doors should be shut at all times.

C. Clothes can be used for protection.

D. Following a crowd is always right.

2.Which of the following best explains"recommended"underlined in this text?

A. Introduced.

B. Realized.

C. Suggested.

D. Explained.

3.What is the purpose of the text?

A. To inform people of possible dangers of an earthquake.

B. To tell family members to stay calm in an earthquake.

C. To order people to gain knowledge about an earthquake.

D. To introduce ways to protect people in an earthquake.

 

Have you ever wondered about changing your life for the better? There are many ways for us to live a healthy lifestyle.So it seems ________ that although we know a lot about ________ to live healthily, many people continue to do things which may be ________ for their health.

There are many parts of our lifestyles which allow us to live healthily. For example, we all know about the importance of ________healthy foods and doing enough exercise and physical activities in our daily life. In rich countries, good-quality fresh foods and sports facilities are ________ to the people, so it should be easy to ________ healthy living habits.________, today there are things which prevent people from having a healthy lifestyle. Industry and traffic have________serious environmental pollution. What's more, we spend a lot of time sitting before ________, and this often means we have________ time for activities which keep us fit. There are many people who spend many hours sitting in front of computers working, studying or playing computer games. ________, many people do not eat the ________ food.

All in all, although we have plenty of chances to follow a healthy lifestyle, in ________, we often choose a less healthy lifestyle. It's true that ________lifestyles have good and bad aspects, but the lifestyle we choose ________ us. So, live healthily and find your best self.

1.A. moving    B. catchy    C. strange    D. relaxing

2.A. how    B. where    C. when    D. whether

3.A. good    B. bad    C. safe    D. unimportant

4.A. selling    B. sending    C. choosing    D. affording

5.A. special    B. useless    C. familiar    D. available

6.A. form    B. break    C. discuss    D. change

7.A. Therefore    B. However    C. Naturally    D. Luckily

8.A. reduced    B. decided    C. stopped    D. caused

9.A. doors    B. windows    C. screens    D. recorders

10.A. long    B. free    C. spare    D. little

11.A. Yet    B. Then    C. Besides    D. Anyway

12.A. fast    B. right    C. cheap    D. delicious

13.A. all    B. fact    C. time    D. theory

14.A. old    B. past    C. active    D. modern

15.A. depends on    B. deals with    C. pays for    D. agrees with

 

–Would you like some candies?

–_______. I have got a sweet tooth.

A. Better not    B. It’ s up to you

C. Oh, that’ s too bad    D. That couldn’ t be better

 

He said that it was the third time he ______ Amazing China. He couldn’ t help feeling proud of our country.

A. saw    B. has seen

C. had seen    D. sees

 

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