假定你是某中学学生李华。你的美国笔友Zoey对目前国内的交通出行很感兴趣,来信询问相关情况。请你用英文给她写一封回信,内容包括:

1.现在中国人出行的主要交通工具;

2.日常工作和生活中,人们如何选择出行方式;

3.期望能了解英国的相关情况。

注意:1.词数不少于100

2.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。

Dear Zoey,

I am writing to tell you something about the present transportation in China.

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Yours,

Li Hua

 

文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

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. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

On the 70th anniversary of our motherland, my classmates and I shoot a video to celebrate it. The video was consisted of solo performances. I was one of the solo singer, and I had practiced hard for it. Two girls designed the dance to enrich the video. Beside, our English teacher joined us, provided us with lots of help. The video’s success was true a team effort. Everyone taking part learned a great deal from it and determined work harder. Our country’s rapid development makes it possible of us to grow up with good living conditions. We will take on the responsibilities of contributing to your country.

 

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From her remarkable work as former First Lady, to her influence on fashion and pop culture, Michelle Obama has become one of the most important women in the world.

In recent years, the hard work effort she put into social issues such as poverty, healthy living, and education 1. (become) widely known, but Michelle has always fought for important social issues. In 1988, she graduated from Harvard Law School in Massachusetts, 2. (make) her the third First Lady with a postgraduate degree. She then returned to her roots in Chicago, 3. she met her husband just one year later. In 1991, she gave up her law career 4. work in public service.

For the next several years, she directed various public 5. (program) for youths in education. She visited 6. (home) shelters and appeared at public schools to stress the importance of education. When her husband became president in 2009, she became the first African-American First Lady in American history. She 7. (public) supported healthy living, and she introduced healthier lunches at high schools across the country. Because of these appearances, Michelle became 8. fashion symbol, and her dresses 9. (feature) in many magazines. This is 10. many of her international fans appreciate most about her.

 

??? Liz was quite excited these days. She was going to travel to Asia with her mom. Neither of them had ______ traveled out of the United States before. They were going to ______ to Hong Kong. They would travel on their cruise(乘船游览) ship to Shanghai and Beijing after ______ in Hong Kong for three days.

“Beijing is inland, so we have to _____ about a two-hour bus ride to get there from the port. I _____ the name of the port. Anyway, we’re going to ______ the Great Wall, the Tian’anmen Square, and the Forbidden City. It's going to be so ______!” she told her neighbor Jane.

From China, the cruise ship would go to Pusan in South Korea, and ______ to Tokyo. From Tokyo, they would _____ a flight back to Los Angeles.

“The trip is going to ______ three weeks. It's only going to ______ us about $ 2,800 each if we don’t _____ anything.” She laughed.

“I hope your trip is more _______ than mine was” said Jane. “I took a cruise to the Bahamas, _____ almost all the passengers got _______. I caught some kind of disease that made me ______ for almost three days. They ______ us a discount(折扣) that we could use on a _____ trip. No more cruising for me. That is really a pity.”

“We’ve ______ those things,” said Liz. “Mom and I are going to be ______ our hands every 30 minutes, and we’re bringing surgical masks with us.” Good preparations may help a lot in the travel and make it a pleasant and successful one.

1.A.ever B.never C.still D.also

2.A.walk B.ship C.fly D.drive

3.A.trying B.searching C.staying D.studying

4.A.know B.take C.look D.practice

5.A.leave B.choose C.forget D.call

6.A.find B.remember C.pass D.see

7.A.cool B.difficult C.terrible D.disappointed

8.A.sadly B.finally C.secretly D.simply

9.A.make B.miss C.meet D.catch

10.A.run B.prepare C.last D.stop

11.A.cost B.offer C.save D.give

12.A.visit B.shop C.meet D.show

13.A.important B.confusing C.funny D.helpful

14.A.if B.because C.but D.so

15.A.mysterious B.sick C.angry D.nervous

16.A.travel B.dream C.regret D.waste

17.A.refuse B.give C.cheat D.order

18.A.familiar B.normal C.future D.quick

19.A.heard about B.looked forward C.called back D.made up

20.A.watching B.washing C.using D.changing

 

??? Motivate yourself to be on time, and trick yourself into punctual(准时的) habits, with these tips.

Never explain why you're late. If you don't allow yourself to make excuses, you'll stop letting yourself off the hook. And you'll realize how often you've been handing out reasons as if everyone didn't already know them. There's a classic headline, "Woman Constantly Treating Herself for Once." Don't be "Person Constantly Delayed for This One Good Reason." 1. That's the decent thing to do.

2. If you're paid hourly, find out how much less you make when you clock in late. If you take more expensive modes of transportation, calculate the cost difference. See how much you spend each year on lateness.

Imagine being late to meet someone. 3. Think about the worst-case reaction they could have, whether that's frustration or a "not mad just disappointed" that makes you feel like a real dick. Now visualize being early. Think about the peace of mind as you wait for the other person. Think about standing from your seat and warmly greeting them, grandly forgiving their own lateness.

Think about your most chronically late friend or colleague. Gin up all the frustration you've ever felt with them, all the disdain. Wow, kind of harsh on your friend, but now think about other people feeling that way toward you. 4.

Plan exactly what you'll do on your phone while you wait for everyone else to show up. 5. Get excited, not for the thing you're heading to, but for those five minutes alone before it starts.

A. So, avoid being late.

B. Feel the shame and the panic.

C. Promise not to be late frequently.

D. Calculate the expense of your lateness.

E. You will never be forgiven if you are often late.

F. Instead of focusing on causes, apologize for the effect of your lateness.

G. That’s the free time, like playing a mobile game with zero guilt.

 

??? Most squirrels don’t hibernate(冬眠). Instead, they store food for the cold season and spend the winter in their nests. But the 13-lined ground squirrel, one species of squirrel in the U.S. Midwest, is not the case. For up to 8 months, the tiny mammals won’t eat or drink anything at all and the heart rate, metabolism(新陈代谢), and body temperature dramatically drop during their long rest, which is similar to bears and other hibernating animals.

To find out how the hibernating squirrels hold back their thirst, a powerful force that could potentially wake them up, and researchers measured the blood fluid of dozens of squirrels. Generally, a high blood concentration(血液浓度) makes animals, including humans, feel thirty. The sleeping squirrels' blood concentration was low, preventing them from waking up for a drink. Even when researchers woke up the torpid squirrels, they wouldn’t drink a drop until the team artificially increased the concentration of their blood serum.

Next, the researchers wanted to know how the squirrels’ blood concentration dropped so low. Perhaps the squirrels drank a lot of water before hibernation to dilute(稀释) their blood, the researchers thought. But when they filmed squirrels preparing for their winter snooze, they found the animals actually drank less water than they normally did.

Instead, chemical tests revealed the squirrels regulate their blood concentration by getting rid of electrolytes(电解质)like sodium and other chemicals like glucose and urea and storing them elsewhere in the body (possibly in the bladder), the researchers reported last month in Current Biology. The finding could also explain how other hibernating animals stay containing water.

This new knowledge might one day help humans with conditions such as diabetes(糖尿病), or astronauts who have launched on long space flights. Unfortunately, even if people can figure out how to drop their blood concentration, it’s unlikely they’ll ever be as cute as sleeping squirrels.

1.What do we know about the 13-lined ground squirrels?

A.They don’t hibernate like many other squirrels.

B.They are endangered species in the U. S. Midwest.

C.They can live for months without water during hibernation.

D.Their heart rule and body temperature are extremely abnormal.

2.The hibernating squirrels don' feel thirsty because of their___________.

A.high blood concentration B.low blood concentration

C.low body temperature D.high heart rate

3.Hibernating squirrels adjust their blood concentrations by_____________.

A.Drinking much water before hibernation

B.Not eating anything during hibernation

C.Drinking less water than they normally do

D.Removing certain chemicals and storing them somewhere

4.What is the author’s attitude towards the new findings?

A.Objective B.Positive

C.Disappointing D.Uncaring

 

??? Online live streaming(直播) is big business nowadays, making huge profits and attracting hundreds of millions of viewers. In addition to adults, this rapidly expanding industry is now drawing underage live streamers, who are not of legal age. According to a report by the Sina Weibo Data Center, live streamers aged 11—16 accounted for 12 percent of all streamers in China. The figure has been rising still, while streamers are getting younger.

It has been found that a large number of underage streamers are drinking, smoking or even exposing to attract viewers. In the best case, live streaming will affect children’s schoolwork and waste their precious youth. In the worst case, they will develop bad values and an improper outlook, which will damage their future.

“Webcasts (web broadcast) are suspected of having a hotbed of improper program. Particularly, the involvement of underage streamers in this industry is making the situation more complex” said Mao Jianguo from Southern Metropolis Daily.

Some legal experts recently issued a report on protection of the children in the cyberspace(网络空间), suggesting that those under 14 should be restricted from independently live streaming and posting videos online.

However, it is unwise and impossible to totally reject all underage streamers but it's necessary and even urgent to standardize the underage webcast sector.

Fortunately, some webcast companies have said that they will not allow streamers under the age of 18 and online live streamers must register by using their ID. However, the reality is that many underage streamers choose to avoid that by using the IDs of adults, who also go through the face scanning required for conditions. All this means that to block underage streamers from webcasting, it’s not enough to depend on their self-discipline.

Parents should tell their children about the disadvantages of getting involved in live streaming so that children develop an objective attitude toward live streaming. Adults should not lend their IDs to children to register for live streaming. And the watchdogs must patrol(巡逻) webcast platforms more actively and remove all unauthorized videos of underage streamers.

1.What are the first and second paragraphs mainly about?

A.A new industry of live streaming came into being.

B.Online live streaming has been a social concern.

C.Teenagers are curious about live streaming recently.

D.Online live streaming is increasingly popular and bringing bad effects.

2.According to Mao Jianguo’s words, we can indicate__________.

A.children’s live streaming is the root of all the social problems

B.webcasts contribute to the unhealthy trend in underage live streaming

C.webcasts are less likely to cause more social problems

D.webcasts are the main causes of many youth problems

3.What do we know about standardized measures mentioned in the text?

A.Children shall never use a webcast without the IDs.

B.Self-discipline is an effective way to stop underage streaming.

C.Parents should guide the children to use webcasts properly.

D.Watchdogs’ duty is to stop children from live streaming.

4.What is the best title of the text?

A.A Full Ban against Children’s Live Streaming

B.The Attraction to Children by a Rapidly Expanding Industry

C.Different Opinions about Underage Live Streaming.

D.An Appeal for Keeping Watch on Underage Live Streaming

 

??? I’m going to be completely honest. I have no idea how I ended up with this opportunity, I have no idea what I’m doing, but I am very happy to be here.

Last summer a friend tagged me in a Facebook post from BBC Earth and encouraged me to apply to the BBC Presenter Search 2018. The assignment was easy and hard, make a video shorter than 60 seconds where you talk about something in science you think is cool. Simple concept, but for me it was challenging as I want to talk about bryophytes(苔藓植物) forever (which is slightly longer than 60 seconds).

So I decided to make an attempt. I was going to make a 60 second video about sphagnum(水苔), commonly known as peat moss and uncommonly known as an unsung climate hero. Sphagnum is the plant genus that holds the most carbon in the world, it slowly builds up its carbon storage over hundreds of thousands of years and if undisturbed, they never let go of the carbon they gathered.

Making a short video on this was hard because I wanted to include everything. And it became even harder as I had no one to hold the camera. I tied my camera to the scrawniest little tree, swinging in the wind as a bird tried to chase me away from the mud. This chaos ended up as the video “Why sphagnum is awesome” on my channel. I submitted the video, but didn’t dare to write in the description section of the video that it was a submission, because I never imagined that I could win!

But I did.

I waited two months before I could tell people that I had won the search, and when the news came out, I received the most attention I’ve had in my entire life.

No matter your background, whether you want to pass the time or pass an exam, I really hope you enjoy the video!

1.What can we infer about the author from paragraph 1?

A.She is uncertain about the result. B.She gets used to telling people lies.

C.She is unable to achieve the goal. D.She knows much about the ending.

2.Which of the following is NOT true about sphagnum?

A.It can form its carbon storage in a very slow way.

B.It is universally recognized as an unknown climate hero.

C.It won’t release the carbon without being disturbed.

D.It contains a large amount of carbon.

3.The underlined word “scrawniest” in Paragraph 4 probably means ___________.

A.weakest B.strongest

C.shortest D.most energetic

4.What can we learn from the author’s story?

A.She shows great interest in filming the video.

B.Her knowledge helps overcome all the difficulties.

C.Her attitude and hard work pay off eventually.

D.She is more than delighted to gain the most attention.

 

??? University of Cambridge has several funds to support university athletes. Full information can be found below:

TASS-The Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme

Launched in April 2004, TASS is designed to help promising young athletes who want to balance their sporting ambitions with a University or college education.

If you would like to be considered for the TASS Scheme, please contact your National Governing Body to see if you are eligible. You can find out more about TASS here.

UCAPP-University of Cambridge Athlete Performances Programme

UCAPP was set up in 1985 thanks to the kind generosity of Mark Hanson, who was a Modern Pentathlete during his time at Cambridge.

This programme aims to provide core services that any high-performance athletes would benefit from including Lifestyle Management, Physiotherapy, Strength and Conditioning, Nutrition Advice, Sports Psychology Support and Gym Membership.

To find out more information, please click here.

The Eric Evans Fund

The Eric Evans Fund was set up in 1996. The Fund is intended to support students who wish to improve their personal sporting performance beyond University level, or to enable them to undertake qualifications in connection with officiating, coaching or the administration of sport.

The fund is managed by the Director of Sport and two other persons appointed by the Sports Committee. If you still have any further question, please send an e-mail to the Managers.

The Hawks Charitable Trust

The Trust was established in January 1996 with a relatively small capital donated by some of the members to provide financial help to current Cambridge University students, male and female, whose sporting activities were being held back by financial problems.

For more information on this Trust, including the qualifications required for application, please see the Hawks Website.

1.What is special about UCAPP?

A.It favors the promising young athletes.

B.It requires no qualifications.

C.It is intended for high-performance athletes.

D.It helps to improve students’ personal sporting performance.

2.How can you get more information about the Eric Evans Fund?

A.By visiting the website.

B.By sending an e-mail.

C.By going to the director’s office.

D.By giving a telephone call to the message.

3.Which programme will you favor if your club needs money for a sport game?

A.TASS B.UCAPP

C.The Eric Evans Fund D.The Hawks Charitable Trust

 

阅读下面短文,根据其内容写一篇 60 词左右的内容概要。

For many parents,making sure their children get the right amount of sleep can be stressful.This is especially true during high-pressure times such as exams when students tend to study all night for the next day.Unfortunately,it is often counterproductive(适得其反的)because with fewer hours to sleep,the teen brain doesn't get enough time to lay down what they've studied the night before.

In her groundbreaking book The Teenage Brain,neuroscientist Dr.Frances Jensen explains that bedtime isn't simply a way for the body to relax and recover after working,studying or playing a hard day. It is the glue that allows us not only to recollect our experiences but also to remember everything we've learned that day.Basically the more we learn,the more we need to sleep,which is why a good sleep is of great importance in achieving success at school.

Then how much sleep do teenagers need?There is no magic number for exactly how much sleep teenagers need,but the Austrian Centre for Education in Sleep(ACES)suggests 8 to 10 hours per day for high school adolescents.What happens if they don't get enough sleep?According to ACES,poor sleep will have all sorts of negative effects on teenagers,including rise in blood pressure,mood swings and impatient behaviours.Without adequate sleep the focus and attention drifts making it harder to receive information. The brain can no longer function to deal with information properly and access previously learned information.

So,how can parents help?If you think your child needs more sleep,try making gradual changes to their sleeping habits.Small increases have been shown to be effective in changing sleep patterns.And remember your children are going through a period of their lives when their brains and bodies are going through a lot of changes.Not only is your job to help make changes,it's also to ride the wave with them.It may not be easy,but they will thank you for it eventually.

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假定你是李华,欲将参观某展览会的票赠予友人 Jackson 请给他发一封邮件,内容包括:

1. 展会信息;

2. 转赠原因;

3. 期待回复。注意:

1. 词数 80 左右;

2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

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阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式

Scientists have found a reliable way to lengthen life in lab animals:Reduce the amount of calories(卡路里)they eat.

This method,1.(know)as caloric restriction, has been shown to lengthen life of organisms ( 机体 )and reduce some age-related2.(disease).Whether it can do the same in people has been an open question. 3.? ,a new study suggests that in adults, long-term restriction of calorie intake can have an effect on their health.

The researchers looked at a group of 143 healthy adults who ranged in age4.21 to 50. They were instructed5.(practice)caloric restriction for two years.They could eat the foods they wanted so long as they cut back on the foods they ate,with the aim of6.(cut)the calories they consumed by 25 percent.

Many did not achieve that goal.On average,the dieters managed to cut down about 12 percent of their total calories, or7.(rough)300 calories a day. But the group saw many of their health markers improve. They8.(lose)body fat, their blood pressure fell slightly, and they had better blood sugar control. Meanwhile, another 75 healthy adults 9.? did not practice caloric restriction saw no 10.? (improve)in these markers.

 

??? It was only a dollar. Dylan_______ it on the floor as he sat at the back of his English class.

When the school day _______ ,Dylan wandered back to the classroom. The wrinkled old bill was_______ there. He could easily have pocketed it without thinking twice. _______, he picked it up and brought it to his English teacher, Mattison. She was a little_______that he'd turned the dollar in, knowing a lot of people would have just kept it. She_______ that Dylan tape it to the whiteboard at the front of the classroom.

A day or two later, David_______the dollar on the whiteboard. After class, he asked Mattison_______ it was there. She was still _______ the original owner to claim it, so she replied, "I don't know." Then David taped a second dollar to the________,which got it rolling. The________of the two dollar bills, side by side, triggered(触发)________in Mattison's students. More students taped up single dollar bills.

The________ snowballed. The students, among themselves, ________Mattison had some unspoken goal. Ben taped a $20 bill to the whiteboard, Megan another $20.The amount________ to grow over several weeks, ________ it reached$175.76.

She asked the teens whether they minded if she ________? the dollars in their names. Their answer was to tape ________ money to the whiteboard over the next few days to________the amount to over$300. Mattison, choking back tears as she ________ the moment, said she carefully peeled the cash off the board and made the donation.

1.A.dropped B.noticed C.mentioned D.remembered

2.A.ended B.started C.came D.went

3.A.also B.even C.still D.only

4.A.Finally B.Suddenly C.Therefore D.Instead

5.A.surprised B.excited C.relieved D.curious

6.A.discussed B.reported C. explained  D.suggested

7.A.took B.spent C. spotted  D.changed

8.A.when B.why C.how D.what

9.A.speaking to B.returning to C.waiting for D.looking for

10.A.board B.floor C.classroom D.desk

11.A.thought B.sight C.idea D.request

12.A.anything B.nothing C.something D.everything

13.A.problem B.business C.effort D.reputation

14.A.persuaded B.advised C.managed D.decided

15.A.continued B.stopped C.added D.began

16.A.until B.unless C.if D.after

17.A.raised B.donated C.charged D.collected

18.A.easy B.old C.enough D.exact

19.A.meet B.control C.prepare D.push

20.A.made use of B.paid attention to C.thought much of D.looked back upon

 

??? Elvis Presley won many awards from nations all over the world, yet he did not record in any language other than English. He never performed outside the United States, except for three shows in Canada.1. In 1953,he made his first record of the song," My Happiness".2.Another song, "Hound Dog", was one of Elvis Presley's most popular records. It sold five million copies in 1956.Music industry experts say more than one thousand million of Elvis'records have been sold. He was a success in many different kinds of music-popular, country, religious, and rhythm and blues.

One of Elvis'records named"Heartbreak Hotel”became a huge hit,and led to his many appearances on television.3. He was famous as the young man who moved his hips in a sexual way.Many adults said he and his music were bad influences on young people.But young women loved him.Huge crowds watched his performances.

4.The theme song"Love Me Tender"was a big hit.He was one of the highest paid actors in Hollywood for a number of years in the 1950s.He acted in thirty-one movies.

Due to the pressure,Elvis Presley gained a lot of weight so he took drugs to help control his weight. He died on August 16,1977.Hundreds of thousands of people still visit his home,Graceland,in Memphis every year.Fans continue to buy his music,making him the most popular record artist ever.5.

A. Elvis Presley made his first movie in 1956.

B. Elvis Presley remains the King of Rock and Roll.

C. Soon Elvis Presley was known around the world.

D. The songs Elvis had recorded earlier were released.

E. The record sold well and was played a lot on local radio stations.

F. He won three of the music industry's highest award,the Grammy.

G. Yet his recordings and films are still enjoyed by people all over the world.

 

??? Like bootcut jeans or farm fresh produce,television is proving its staying power regardless of trends. It seems to be just like a home cooked meal,never to be replaced,thanks to the wide application of big data.

Americans are still watching an average of five hours of TV each day and over 50%of homes have a television subscription service like Netflix or Hulu.This is due to the fact that television programming has undergone a renaissance(复兴),with cinema-quality programs on broadcast,new ways of delivery-Netflix or Hulu and other over-the-top(OTT)providers and now the promise of data-driven insights for advertisers. Data is the key to television's profitability.Advertisers have access to more audience information than ever,while networks and content providers use data,in addition to instinct(本能)to guide programming decisions.The abundance of data available to content providers,marketers and advertisers makes it possible to process,analyse and transform big data into profitable,useful insights.

For those 50% of homes with a subscription service,OTT TV is using data to make decisions not just about programming,but to guide viewers to the right content.The most famous example of data-driven content is Netflix's House of Cards,a popular TV series in America,designed to be a hit based on platform data like user viewing habits,ratings and preferences.But the content provider uses data to guide all of its decisions,ranging from title images to homepage layouts.

Netflix receives data from millions of set top boxes and online accounts,and then processes data using real time technology like Spark.These data have led to clearly-seen results,like a 20%-30%increase in programs'viewship numbers.

1.Why is"home cooked meal"mentioned in Paragraph 1?

A.To introduce the topic.

B.To show TV can't be replaced.

C.To give background information.

D.To prove big data can be applied.

2.What can we learn about the television industry?

A.It keeps making a high profit.

B.It's losing its viewers to cinemas.

C.It's too dependent on advertising.

D.It is updated to meet the challenges.

3.House of Cards is an example to show data-driven

A.content choice

B.subscription service

C.homepage layout

D.providers'preference

4.What is the writing purpose of the passage?

A.To show how television increases profits.

B.To explain how data benefit the TV industry.

C.To present how over-the-top television works.

D.To tell how the television industry goes digital.

 

??? You wake up,ready to seize the day,when an unexpected breakfast is served your way-a classic sandwich.Someone has decided to park their rust-bucket in your driveway,blocking you in.Is it illegal to park in front of a driveway?Yes,absolutely.But some folks love to"stick it to the man”.And now,you can stick it to them.We have a general disgust toward tow trucks( ),their drivers,and the industry as a whole.However,it's a necessary evil,and in certain applications,completely justified.This is one of those times.Take delight in it!

But remember this:if you want to have someone's car towed,call the police and have them handle it.Why call the police first?Because in the event that the owner loses his/her car and tries to sue(起诉)for damages or lost wages,you're removed of the situation and free of any responsibility.If you call a tow company directly,they may give the owner your information.And building a backyard Thunderdome(雷霆)to settle your differences in"the old-fashioned way”can be costly.

So,can you park in front of your own driveway?Unfortunately,parking in front of your own driveway is still technically illegal.The sidewalk and curb in front of your house is still city property,and determining who exactly is parking in front of the driveway is next to impossible for parking enforcement ( ).There are reports of many neighborhoods only receiving a ticket for parking in a driveway if someone calls to report it,so it depends how risky you're feeling.Here in L.A.,I see a handful of cars on my block consistently block their own driveway.I have rarely seen them ticketed or towed,but if it were me,I'd keep searching for a real spot.

1.What's the tone of Paragraph 1?

A.Humorous. B.Serious.

C.Sympathetic. D.Modest.

2.What is advised to do when you find a car blocking your driveway?

A.Call the police.

B.Turn to a tow company.

C.Sue the owner.

D.Use the old-fashioned way.

3.Why do people park on their own driveway?

A.It is technically allowed.

B.It is not against the law.

C.They like taking risks.

D.Finding a parking spot is hard.

 

??? The hero of The Good Doctor,a young surgeon with autism(自闭症),represents the show's title in more ways than one.In the show,Dr.Shaun is extremely skilled at curing patients,but he's also morally good,able to see the light in others even if he can't always connect.

“As a British,I'm probably quite cynical(愤世嫉俗)in general,"said Freddie,who plays the part of Dr.Shaun,during a recent interview on the show's set in Metro Vancouver."I think he's a lovely person. Getting to reflect that version of the world he sees or he believes in and his faith in humanity,I think,is great,especially at a time like today when there's so much negativity."

Through Shaun and other doctors at the fictional San Jose St.Bonaventure Hospital,the series explores what it means to be a good person,which impresses the viewers greatly."It brings people hope in dark times and that might be one reason why it became a runaway hit last year,"cast members said.

"It came about somewhat naturally,"Freddie said."It seemed unusual to me to put so much in the four,five months of filming,because we only did 10 episodes,and then sort of stepped away and did nothing...I wanted to live in that world longer.”

Freddie,26,admitted to feeling some anxiety about getting his performance right.He did a great deal of research on autism and continued to work with a full-time consultant."When you're opposite Freddie, Shaun is learning.Shaun is processing."Nicholas,who plays Dr.Melendez,commented."It's not impression.He doesn't slip into the character and play around.He lives it a lot,too."

1.Who acts the hero in The Good Doctor?

A.San Jose. B.Shaun.

C.Freddie. D.Nicholas.

2.What is particularly impressive in the hero of The Good Doctor?

A.His autism. B.His good nature.

C.His cynical attitude. D.His working skills.

3.What is the passage mainly about?

A.How the actors play the roles.

B.How people react to the show.

C.What makes the show a big hit.

D.What makes Shaun a good doctor.

 

听下面一段独白,回答以下小题。

1.What is the new application of facial recognition technology?

A.Spotting people. B.Memorizing faces. C.Identifying animals.

2.Who will help to send in pictures in the research?

A.Researchers. B.Farmers. C.Workers.

3.What aspect will facial recognition technology be further applied to?

A.Recording animal behavior. B.Recognizing animal varieties. C.Increasing animal populations.

 

听下面一段较长对话,回答以下小题。

1.What is the purpose of the reception party?

A.To offer students delicious food.

B.To introduce teachers to students.

C.To get students to know each other.

2.Who is organizing this event?

A.The Student Union.

B.The President Office.

C.The university teacher.

3.What does the woman think of the senior students?

A.Careful. B.Helpful. C.Grateful.

4.What does the woman mean finally?

A.She will buy a pie.

B.Students should work hard.

C.College life is easy and interesting.

 

听下面一段较长对话,回答以下小题。

1.What books does the man like most?

A.Books about sports.

B.Books about the environment.

C.Books about foreign countries.

2.Hlow does the man feel about the pictures in food books?

A.Realistic. B.Entertaining. C.Colorful.

3.What will the man do next?

A.Have a look around.

B.Get the membership card.

C.Sign the application form.

 

听下面一段较长对话,回答以下小题。

1.What does the man actually want to rent?

A.A house. B.A room. C.An apartment.

2.What is the man?

A.A college student. B.An artist. C.A worker.

3.Why does the man want to move downtown?

A.To live near his friends.

B.To get more of his works shown.

C.To go to the nearby shopping mall.

 

听下面一段较长对话,回答以下小题。

1.When might the woman get off the bus?

A.8:25 am. B.8:55 am. C.9:10 am.

2.Why did the woman forget her purse?

A.She was helping others.

B.She got off the bus in a hurry.

C.She was thinking of her work.

 

What are the speakers buying tickets for?

A.A movie. B.A concert. C.A game.

 

Where are the speakers now?

A.In an office. B.In an elevator. C.On the 13th floor.

 

What are the speakers mainly talking about?

A.Vacation. B.Fruit. C.Weather.

 

What happened to the man?

A.He lost his cat.

B.He was nearly drowned.

C.He was caught in the rain.

 

What does the woman want to drink?

A.Milk. B.Tea. C.Water.

 

假设你是李华,下周三美国Greendale高中的访问团将来你校参观交流。作为校学生会主席,请给对方联系人Elizabeth写一封邮件,询问对方相关事宜。内容包括:

1. 日程安排;

2. 饮食习惯;

3. 其他要求。

注意:? 1. 词数100左右;

2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

Dear Elizabeth,

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Yours,

Li Hua

 

假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

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:在错的词下划一横线,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.只允许修改10处,多者(从第1l处起)不计分。

Zhou Yan is the Senior Three student. Last week, he goes to see a doctor because of his arms and fingers hurt. The doctor told him the fact that had a “mobile phone disease”. Zhou sent messages for his friends with his mobile phone all the time, even in bed. Zhou started to do badly in all the exam because he spent so many time on his mobile phone. He didn’t stop use the mobile phone until his arms hurt. Yang Ling, which is an expert from a health center, said students should try to use their mobile phones less, especial at school.

 

语法填空

Tea is one of the 1. (much) popular drinks in the world. You make it by pouring hot water over the dried leaves of a tea plant. For 2. (hundred) of years people believed that tea could cure illnesses, and they used 3. as medicine. Today scientists know that tea contains chemicals that prevent cells from dying. Most teas have caffeine in them, 4. makes you feel more active. Some people have problems 5. (drink) tea because it can cause sleeplessness.

The tea plant 6. (grow) best in tropical and temperate places where rain falls throughout the year. Teas can be grown from sea level 7. about 2,000 metres, but the best quality grows in higher regions.

Tea comes from the leaves and buds of tea plants. Wild plants can be up to 9 metres high, however, on tea plantations, 8. (pull) the leaves 9. (easy), people cut them back to a bush of about a metre in height. It takes a plant three to five years before it is ready for picking.

A picker can harvest about 20 kg of tea a day. On large tea plantations the leaves are harvested by machines, but the quality of tea is 10.(high) when the leaves are picked by hand.

 

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