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【答案】:|||How was your weekend?|||What did you do?|||How was the journey?|||What did you do in Amsterdam?|||When did you get back?

________ went to Amsterdam at the weekend.
A. David

B. David and Jane
【答案】:A

David got the ticket ________.
A. in a competition

B. as a present
【答案】:B

David ate dinner ________.
A. when he arrived

B. on the train
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David came back ________ .
A. yesterday evening

B. very late last night
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David ________.
A. missed the train

B. caught the train
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6.usual 空白 7.safe 空白 8.loud 空白 9.fat 空白 10.easy 空白
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To go: 空白

To do: 空白
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1. The fans cheered as Manchester United won the match.
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A bad day

Sarah (1) 空白 (get up) late. She (2) 空白 (need) to be at work by 9 o’clock, but on the way to the station she (3) 空白 (stop) to buy a newspaper. In the shop she (4) 空白 (remember) that it was Tuesday – lottery day. She (5) 空白 (buy) a lottery ticket, (6) 空白 (put) it in her pocket and (7) 空白 (run) to the station. Unfortunately, she (8) 空白 (miss) the train and she (9) 空白 (not get) to work on time. Her boss (10) 空白 (see) her arrive late, so she (11) 空白 (not take) a lunch break. When she (12) 空白 (get) home, she (13) 空白 (be) tired and hungry. She had her dinner and (14) 空白 (sit) down to (15) 空白 (watch) the lottery on TV. She (16) 空白 (not can) believe her luck – she (17) 空白 (have) the same numbers! She (18) 空白 (go) to (19) 空白 (check) her ticket,but it (20) 空白 (not be) in her pocket!
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1. I went to his house but couldn’t get in. There was 空白 there.

2. 空白 stole my purse when I was on the train.

3. He is a very good friend. I want to buy him 空白 nice for his birthday.

4. It is an easy job – 空白 can do it.

5. There is a problem with the electricity – 空白 works!

6. Don’t forget 空白 .This is an important job.
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– Thank you for your invitation.
– ________________________
A. It’s a pleasure.

B. I’ll appreciate it.

C. It doesn’t matter.
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– Excuse me, could you tell the time?
– ________________________________
A. It’s three thirty by my watch.

B. You’d better buy a watch.

C. Can you see the clock?
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题干1.ThefanscheeredasManchesterUnitedwonthematch.2.PeteSamprashittheballtowinthepoint.3.It’stolearnhowtoplaytennis.4.Ilikejogginginthemorning.5.Thefanswerewhentheirteamlostthematch.
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题干请阅读:School’sOutforSummer(PG)5.30,7.30,9.30Acomedyabouttheadventuresofthreeyoungboysintheirsummerholidays.Theplotisquiteboringandnotveryfunny,buttheactorsarebrilliant.Thethreeboysdecidetogoonholidaywithouttellingtheirparents.Theyforgettotakeanyfoodormoneywiththem,andtheyhavetostealwhentheygethungry.TheytravelfromNewYorktoCalifornia,andmeetlotsofinterestingpeopleontheway.Thepoliceandtheirparentslookforthem,ofcourse,andwhentheyfindthem,theygetabigsurprise.Tickets:£5Nearesttube:Highgate(20minuteswalk)请根据短文判断正误:1.Thestoryisaboutafamilyholiday.2.Theboys’parentsknowwheretheyare.3.Theboyshaveenoughmoney.4.Theytravelalongway.
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题干请阅读:Ronnie’sDayofFreedom(U)4.00,5.30,7.00Acomedyandactionfilm.Ronnieisalionwhoescapesfromthezoo.Hewalksaboutthecitylookingforsomewheretolive,buteverywherehegoespeoplearefrightenedofhim.Theplotishilariousastheyoungliontriestomakefriendswithdifferentpeople.Whenhegetshungry,hedecidestotrytofindfoodinarestaurant.Thecustomersareamazedandthewaiterrunsaway,leavingtheliontoenjoywhateverhewantsfromthekitchen.Theactorsaregoodandthesoundtrackislovely.Tickets:£8Nearesttube:OxfordCircus(4minuteswalk)请根据短文判断正误:1.Thestoryisaboutananimal.2.Thefilmisveryfunny.3.Ronniemakeslotsoffriends.4.ThewaiterisscaredofRonnie.
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– Your ID card, please.
– ________________________________
A. Here are they.

B. Here you are.

C. Give you.
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– Would you like something to drink? What about a cup of tea?
– ________________________________
A. No, thanks.

B. No, I wouldn’t.

C. Yes, I want.
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_________ the War of Independence, the United States was an English colony.
A. At

B. Before

C. In
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Eggs, though rich in nourishments, have ________ of fat.
A. a large amount

B. the large number

C. large number
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No matter _________, the little sisters managed to round the sheep up and drive them back home safely.
A. hard it was snowing

B. it was snowing

C. how hard it was snowing
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题干选择题Sinceitsfoundingin1948,McDonald’shasgrownfromafamilyburger(汉堡包)standtoaglobalfast-foodchain,withmorethan30,000locationsin118countries.With58milliondailycustomersworldwide,McDonald’sisnowsoubiquitousaroundtheglobethatTheEconomistpublishesaglobalrankingofcurrencies’purchasingpowerbasedonthepriceschargedatthelocalMcDonald’s,calledtheBigMacIndex(巨无霸指数).That’snottosaythateverynationcarriesthesamemenuitems:choicesvarywidelydependingonlocation.SomeAsianlocationsservefriedshrimpinaBigMacroll,whileMcDonald’sinIndiadoesn’tservebeefatall,relyinginsteadonburgersmadefromvegetables,riceandbeans.NoteveryoneintheworldhasbeenhappytogreetRonaldMcDonaldwhenhemovestotown.ManyseeMcDonald’sasasymbolofAmericaneconomicandculturalchauvinism(沙文主义),andEuropeannationsinparticularhaveviewedAmerican-stylefastfoodasaninsulttotheirnationalfood.AFrenchfarmer,JoseBove,becamesomethingofanationalheroin1999afterheandagroupofpeopledestroyedaMcDonald’sunderconstructiontoprotestglobalizationand“badfood.”Thenextyear,abombexplodedinaFrenchMcDonald’s,killinga27-year-oldemployee.Nooneclaimedresponsibility.Butregardlessofwhetheryouliketheirfoodortheirpolicies,McDonald’sisstillwidelyseenasoneofthetruepioneersofpeacefulglobalization.1.Accordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowingstatementsisNOTTRUE?A.McDonald’swasfoundedin1948.B.McDonald’shasopeneditsrestaurantsineverycityoftheworld.C.McDonald’shasover30,000locationsintheworldnow.2.ThewordubiquitousinParagraph2ismostlikelytomean.A.verycrowdedB.verycleanC.existingeverywhere3.FromParagraph2,wecanconcludethat.A.McDonald’sdesignsitsmenutosuitthelocalpeopleB.millionsofyoungadultsgottheirfirstjobwithMcDonald’sC.theMcDonald’smenustickstoold-fashionedfavoritessuchastheBigMac4.WhatdidJoseBoveandhispeopledoin1999toprotestagainstMcDonald’s?A.TheydestroyedaMcDonald’sunderconstruction.B.TheyprotestedoutsideaMcDonald’s.C.Theyrefusedtogotoanewly-builtMcDonald’s.5.In,anemployeediedinafatalbombattackonaMcDonald’srestaurantinFrance.A.1998B.1999C.2000
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As the bus came round the corner, it ran ________ a big tree by the roadside.
A. over

B. on

C. into
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When Lily came home at 5 pm yesterday, her mother ______dinner in the kitchen.
A. cooked

B. cooks

C. was cooking
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John’s father _________ mathematics in this school ever since he graduated from Harvard University.
A. taught

B. has taught

C. teaches
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题干排序题A.Doesitcostthesameforeveryhousehold?B.Youcanpayrighthere,ontheInternet!C.Justgoahead.D.WedofortheliveCableTVprograms.E.Exactly,evendigitalboxes.LiuHui:Gordon,mayIaskyouaquestion?Gordon:Hi,LiuHui..LiuHui:DoIneedtopayforaTVlicenseifIonlywatchTVonlineintheUK?Gordon:Yes,indeed.YouneedtobecoveredbyaTVlicenseifyouwatchorrecordprogramsasthey’rebeingshownonTVorliveonanonlineTVservice.LiuHui:IncludingwatchingTVoncomputersandmobilephones?Gordon:.Itisthelaw.LiuHui:Isee.Howmuchisthelicensefee?Gordon:Itcosts£145.50foracolorTVlicenseand£49.00forablackandwhiteTVlicense.LiuHui:That’salotofmoneyforayear.?Gordon:Itcoststhesameforallapplicantsunder75.Whenyoureachtheageof75,youmayapplyforafreeOver75TVLicense.LiuHui:Isee.Gordon:DoyouneedsuchalicenseinChina?LiuHui:.Gordon:Oh,itsoundssimilar.ButforBBC,thelicensefeeisthemainsourceofincome.ThereisnoadvertisingontheBBCchannels.LiuHui:Bytheway,whereshouldIgotopayformylicense?Gordon:.LiuHui:Well,sure!Thankyou!
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– Good morning, sir. May I help you?
-__________.
A. Yes, I need some salt.

B. No, I don’t need your help.

C. No, I don’t buy anything.
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-Excuse me, where is Dr Smith’s office?
-________.
A. Please don’t say so.

B. You can’t ask me. I don’t know, either.

C. Sorry, I don’t know. But you can ask the man over there.
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If she wants to stay thin, she must make a __________ in her diet.
A. change

B. run

C. turn
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The young lady coming over to us _______ our English teacher; the way she walks tells us that!
A. can be

B. would be

C. must be
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Every year thousands of lives ________ in road accidents because of careless driving.
A. are lost

B. lost

C. have lost
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题干排序题A.Icouldn’tagreemore.B.Whatelse?C.Onceweseparateandrecyclethem.D.ButIhaveaconcern.E.Thatisreallyagreatadvice.Peter:Molly,lookatthis.Thenewspapersaysweshouldsorttrash.Molly:Thatwouldbegreat!Ialwayshateitwhenpeoplemixingallthetrashtogether.Peter:Manycommunitieshavealreadydonethat.Molly:Yeah.Thebenefitsofsortingouttrashareobvious.Peter:Forinstance?Molly:Iftrashissorted,itcanbetransferredtofactoriesinsteadofthedisposalplant.Peter:Thatmakessense.Molly:Withtrashseparated,pollutioncausedbyincinerationcanbeavoided.Peter:Itishightimeforustosortoutthetrash.Trashistrashonlywheneverythingismixedtogether.theycanbeusefulagain.Molly:Thingslikepaper,glass,andplasticscanallberecycled.Theycanbereused.Peter:Sortingisgood.Ifpeoplehavenoideahowtosorttheirtrash,theywillstillputallwasteinthesamebag.Molly:Youareright.Peopleshouldbeinformedabouthowtodothatinthefirstplace.Moreover,sortingtrashshouldbemadeeasyforus.Otherwise,fewpeoplewouldbothertodoit.Peter:Ihopeeverythinggoessmoothly!Molly:Ibelieveitwill.
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Do you know the man _______ under the apple tree?
A. lay

B. lying

C. laying
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Although he did not know London well, he made his way _____ to the airport.
A. enough

B. easy enough

C. easily enough
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Is the library ________ now? No, it’s ______.
A. open; close

B. open; closed

C. opening; closing
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题干选择题Itcanbereallyfrustrating(使人沮丧的)foranoverweightpersontogotoagymandworkoutwithapositiveattitude.Allonehastodoiswalkbyalmostanynicegymandnoticeallthehealthy,sweating,“skinny”members.Sometimestheystareatthoseofuswhoare,well,zaftig.Itiseasytoseethejudgmentbehindtheireyes.Whowantstoputupwiththat?Manypeopleareself-consciousoftheirbodiesandfeelisolatedwhenjoiningworkoutclassesofwhileexercising,especiallyiftheyarelargerthanmostoftheothersinthegroup.Nowthefitnessindustryisfinallypayingattention.Populargymsarecatering(迎合)tooverweightandweightconsciouscustomersbydedicatingareaswherethe“skinny”peoplearenotallowed.Thereareevengymsorprogramsthatrequirememberstobeatleast50poundsoverweighttoparticipate.Trainersrecommendfunctionalfitnessasapracticalgoal,ratherthansix-packabs(六块腹肌).Theyoftenusetextmessagestostayintouchwithcustomers.Oftenatthesespecializedgyms,thetrainersareoverweightthemselves,orworkingontheirownweightgoals,andthiscanhelpthosepeoplewithanxietycausedbypoorbodyimage.Theequipmenthasbeendesignedforusebylargerpeople.Widerseats,morecushioning,nomirrors,andtinted(有色的)windowsforprivacy,areallimportantchanges.Hopefullythesetypesofgymswillsuccessfullygrowinnumbersinthefuture.Theideaisaverysimpleandpotentiallypopularone.Ifithelpsthoseofuswhoarebiggerexercisemoreandimproveourfitnesslevel,it’sastepintherightdirection.1.ThewordzaftiginParagraph1isclosestinmeaningto.A.fatB.healthyC.friendly2.Wecaninferfromthefirsttwoparagraphsthat.A.mostlargegymchainsreallydon’twantmemberstoshowupfrequentlyB.overweightpeopleareoftenfrustratedandpushedawaybytraditionalgymindustryC.regulargymsdon’tacceptoverweightpeopletoparticipateintheirprograms3.Whatisthetraininggoalinthegymscateringtooverweightmembers?A.Toachievefunctionalfitness.B.Tobuildsix-packabs.C.Tolooklikeafitnessmodel.4.Asforthegymscateringtooverweightmembers,whichofthefollowingstatementsisNOTTRUE?A.Themachinesaredesignedforlargerpeople.B.Tintedwindowsareusedtoensureextraprivacy.C.Therearelargemirrorsonthewalls.5.Whichofthefollowingisthebesttitleforthepassage?A.ImprovingWomen’sSelf-confidencethroughExercises.B.ThetraditionalGymIndustryIsLosingItsCustomers.C.SpecializedGymsDesignedforOverweightPeople.
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— Can you tell me where I can park the car?
— _________________.
A. Well, just over there

B. It is made in America

C. Yes, please
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— What’s the matter with you?
— _________________.
A. It matters with you

B. I feel a bit sick

C. Not too bad
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Jane’s dress is similar in design her sister’s.
A. with

B. to

C. like
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I was giving a talk to a large group of people,the same talk I ___to half a dozen other groups before.
A. was giving

B. had given

C. am giving
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The new order means _____ overtime.
A. working

B. to work

C. works
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题干排序题A.evenwithoutinternationallinksB.ChinesestudentsandacademicsC.thecrisisoneconomicgrowthD.AstrongresearchsystemE.inpartbecauseofthisEducationandacademicqualitycanmeandifferentthingstodifferentpeople,dependingontheirperspective,roleandcontextand,,qualityisnotoriouslydifficulttoevaluate.Thequestionofhowtodothishasbeenpursuedformanyyears.Nevertheless,thegoalofimprovingeducationalqualityisagreedbyallandstimulatedfurtherbytherecentworldwideeconomicdownturnandtheneedtocounteracttheimpactofandprepareforeconomicrecovery.AstheWorldBankandUNESCOsaid10yearsago:“Thequalityofknowledgegeneratedwithinhighereducationinstitutions,anditsavailabilitytothewidereconomy,isbecomingincreasinglycriticaltonationalcompetitiveness.”Theyalsorightlyemphasizedthat“atthenationallevelopensupthepossibilitythatsubstantialadditionalpublicbenefitscanberealizedthroughinternationallinks.”Thisispreciselywhyshouldcontributetotheseglobalbenefits,reformingandimprovingevaluationsystemsforeducationalandacademicquality.Originalandgoodresearch,especiallyinscience,economicsandsocialsciences,hasatrickle-downeffectonsociety.Anditoffersadditionalbenefits,thoughinternationalcollaborationandexchangeofthebestevaluationpolicyandpracticecanbringsubstantialadvantagestoallpartnersinrelationtolessonslearnedelsewhere.
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— Can you help me clear up the mess?
— _________________.
A. No problem

B. Yes, that’ll be all right

C. Tell me who made it
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— What’s the best way to get to the Empire Hotel from here?
— _________________.
A. It’s a twenty-minute walk

B. It’s five blocks away

C. Walking through the wood
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__________ these honours he received a sum of money.
A. Besides

B. But

C. Expect
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Important ________ his discovery might be, it was regarded as a matter of no account in his time.
A. as

B. until

C. when
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He is fond of playing ____ piano while his brother is interested in listening to ___ music.
A. the; /

B. /; the

C. /;/
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题干选择题MaggieWalkerwasbornin1867inRichmond,Virginia.Hermotherwasonceaslaveinarichwoman’shouse.WhenMaggiewasveryyoung,athiefkilledherfather.Herfamilywasimpoverished,soMaggie’smotherstarteddoinglaundryinherhome.Maggiehadtohelpher.Shewashedclotheseveryday,butshecontinuedtogotoschool.Shewasaverygoodstudent,especiallyinmath.AfterMaggiegraduatedfromhighschool,shegotajobasateacher.In1886,shemarriedArmisteadWalker.TheyhadtwosonsandMaggiestayedhometocareforthem.ShealsovolunteeredtohelpasocialorganizationcalledtheOrderofSt.Luke.ThisorganizationhelpedAfricanAmericanstakecareofthesickandburythedead.MaggieWalkerlovedtheworkoftheorganization.TheorganizationbelievedthatAfricanAmericansshouldtakecareofeachother.Overtheyears,MaggieWalkerhadmoreandmoreresponsibilitieswiththeorganization.In1895,shesuggestedthatSt.Lukebeginaprogramforyoungpeople.Thisprogrambecameverypopularwithschoolchildren.In1899,WalkbecameGrandSecretaryTreasureroftheSt.Lukeorganization.However,becauseshewasawoman,shereceivedlessthanhalfthesalaryofthemanwhohadthejobbeforeher.TheOrderofSt.LukehadalotoffinancialdifficultieswhenWalkertookover.Ithadalotofunpaidbillsandonly$31.61inthebank.ButsoonMaggieWalkerchangedallofthat.HerideawastogetnewmemberstojointheOrganization.Injustafewyears,itgrewfrom3,400membersto50,000members.Theorganizationboughta$100,000officebuildingandincreaseditsstaffto55.NowWalkerwasreadyforhernextbigstep.1.Maggie’sfatherdied.A.whenshefinishedhighschoolB.beforeshewasbornC.whenshewasveryyoung2.WhichofthefollowingisNOTTRUE?A.Maggiehadtwochildren.B.Maggiewasonceaslave.C.Maggiewasgoodatmath.3.WhichofthefollowingisTRUE?A.MaggielovedtohelpotherAfricanAmericans.B.Maggiewasverypopularwithschoolteachers.C.MaggiewasthefounderoftheOrderofSt.Luke.4.ThewordimpoverishedinParagraph1isclosestinmeaningto.A.difficultB.richC.poor5.AfterParagraph4,theauthorwillprobablytalkaboutMaggie’s.A.educationB.nextprojectC.pay
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— What’s the fare to the museum?
— _________________.
A. Five o’clock

B. Five miles

C. Five dollars
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— Do you mind if I read the newspaper on the table?
— _________________.
A. Yes, sure

B. Go ahead, please

C. Good news for you
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Before the final examination, some students have shown ______ of tension. They even have trouble in sleeping.
A. anxiety

B. signs

C. marks
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The wild flowers looked like a soft orange blanket ______________ the desert.
A. covering

B. covered

C. to cover
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_______________ is the population of Paris?
A. How much

B. What

C. How many
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题干选择题WhenBilldeBlasioranforNewYorkCitymayorlastyear,hepromisedtoendacontroversial(有争议的),citywidecell-phoneban(禁令)inpublicschools,whichisnotequallyenforcedinallschools.Now,underhisleadership,thecityispreparingtoendtheban.Itwillbereplacedbyapolicythatallowsphonesinsideschoolsbuttellsstudentstokeepthempackedawayduringclass.Manyschoolshavearuleaboutenforcingthebanthatsays,“Ifwedon’tseeit,wedon’tknowaboutit.”ThatmeansteachersareOKwithstudentsbringingincellphones,aslongastheystayoutofsightandinsidebagsandpockets.Butatthe88cityschoolswithmetaldetectors,diebanhasbeenstrictlyenforced.Thedetectorswereinstalledtokeepweaponoutofschools,butthescanners(扫描器)canalsodetectcellphones.Sostudentsattheseschoolsmustleavetheirphonesathomeorpaysomeonetostoreitforthem.Thebanwasputintoplacein2007undermayorMichaelBloomberg.Endingthebanwillalsolikelyendanindustrythathassprungupneardozensoftheschoolsthatenforcetheban.Workersinvans(厢式货车)thatresemblefoodtracksstoreteens’cellphonesandOtherdevicesforadollaraday,Criticsofthebansaycellphonesareimportantsafetydevicesforkidsduringanemergency.Theyalsosaythatenforcementofthebanisunevenanddiscriminatory.Wherethebanisenforced,itputsadisadvantageonstudentswhocan’taffordtopaytostoretheirphones.Beforeputtinganofficialendtothecell-phoneban,cityeducationofficialsareworkingoncreatinganewpolicy.Itwillincluderulesaboutnotusingthephonesduringclassortocheatontests.1.Whichofthefollowingisthemainideaofthepassage?A.NewYorkCitywillgivefinancialaidtopoorstudents.B.NewYorkCityplanstorestrictcellphoneuseinlibraries.C.NewYorkCitywillsoonendabanoncellphonesinschools.2.Studentspayadaytoleavetheircellphonesinavanparkedneartheirschool.A.adollarB.twodollarsC.fivedollars3.Metaldetectorswereinstalledin88cityschools,mainlytokeepoutofschools.A.cellphonesB.weaponsC.drugs4.TheworddiscriminatoryinParagraph5probablymeans.A.necessaryB.toughC.unfair5.Accordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowingstatementsisTRUE?A.Afterthecell-phonebanisended,studentscanusetheirphonesduringclass.B.Thecell-phonebanisequallyenforcedinallpublicschools.C.Aphone-storageindustryhasappearedoutsidethe88metal-detectorcampuses.
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— So sorry to trouble you.
— _________________.
A. It’s your fault

B. I don’t think so

C. It’s a pleasure
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— What does your English teacher look like?
— _________________.
A. She looks much like her mother

B. She looks sad

C. She likes singing
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There’s lots of fruit _________ the tree. Our little cat is also in the tree.
A. at

B. on

C. in
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Have you ever visited the Summer Palace, _____ there are many beautiful halls, ridges and a huge lake?
A. where

B. that

C. which
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It is not until you have lost your health _____________ you know its value.
A. until

B. that

C. when
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题干正误判断题To:GuangzhouPeople’sCourtPlaintiff:HandcupMarketingDomicile:No.33,4thRoad,NewYorkLegalRepresentative:QingguoSuPosition:ManagerofHandcupMarketingDefendant:SouthChinaCorporationDomicile:No.21SouthBinjiangRoad,GuangzhouLegalRepresentative:BaiMeiPosition:ManageroftheSouthChinaCorporationCLAIMS:1.ToordertheDefendanttopaytothePlaintiff18,000,000RMB,including15,000,000RMBforthedispatchedproductsand3,000,000RMBfortheinterest.2.ToordertheDefendanttopayforthecourtfees.FACTSANDREASONS:Thedefendantistheplaintiff’sdistributorinSouthernChina.FromSeptember2010toOctober2011,theplaintiffissuedallkindsofproductsworth15,000,000RMBtothedefendant.(seeExhibitI)Eachofthesaidtransactionswassignedandreceivedbythedefendant(seeExhibitII).Althoughtheplaintiffhadrepeatedlyrequested,thedefendantfailedtopaythedebtontime.TheindebtednessarisingoutofthetransactionsbetweentheplaintiffandthedefendantshallbeunderthelegalpowerofChineselaws.Thedefendantrefusedtoacceptmediation.Theplaintiffisnowfacinghugeeconomiclosses(seeExhibitIII).Therefore,inaccordancewithrelevantChineselawsandregulations,thedefendantshouldbearcorrespondingcivilresponsibility.AccordingtoArticles106and112inthePRCGeneralCivilLaw,Article108inthePRCCivilProceduralLawandotherrelatedlawsandregulations,theplaintiffherebyfilesthiscasewiththecourtforyouradjudication.Plaintiff:HandcupMarketingDate:May14th,2012ATTACHMENTS:1.Onecopyoftheplaintiff’sbusinesslicense;2.OnecopyoftheoriginalCertificateoftheLegalRepresentative;3.OnecopyoftheoriginalPowerofAttorney;4.ExhibitI:Invoicesforeachtransaction;5.ExhibitII:Receiptsforeachtransaction;6.ExhibitIII:Listoflosses.1.HandcupMarketingissuingSouthChinaCorporationofnotpayingforthetransactions.2.QingguoSuisalawyer.3.Theplaintiffhasgotwellpreparedbeforefilingthelawsuit.4.Theplaintiffdidn’tknowwhichlawsandregulationsshouldbeappliedinthiscase.5.ThedefendantowedtheplaintiffRMB15,000,000forthedispatchedproducts.
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— What time does the train leave?
— _________________.
A. In the morning

B. On Tuesday

C. At half past five
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— Have you ever been to Tokyo?
— _________________.
A. Tokyo is a busy city

B. No, but I hope to go there next year

C. No, I didn’t go there last year
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_____________ no need _____________ the radio as I’m used to studying with it on.
A. There’s; turning off

B. It’s; to turn down

C. It’s; turning up
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All students are required to translate this poem ________English into Chinese.
A. on

B. with

C. from
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He would be studying at the university now if he ________the entrance examination.
A. passed

B. have passed

C. had passed
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题干正误判断题NEWYORK–ThefivemenfacingtrialintheSept.11attackswillpleadnotguilty.TheywouldstatetheircriticismsofU.S.foreignpolicy,thelawyerforoneofthedefendantssaidSunday.ScottFenstermaker,thelawyerforaccusedterroristAliAbdal-AzizAli,saidthemenwouldnotdenytheirroleinthe2001attacksbut“wouldexplainwhathappenedandwhytheydidit.”Aliandfourothermenareaccusedofkillingnearly3,000peopleinthenation’sdeadliestterroristattack.TheU.S.JusticeDepartmentannouncedearlierthismonththattheywillfaceacivilianfederaltrialjustblocksfromtheWorldTradeCentersite.AliisalsoknownasAmmaral-Baluchi.Heisanephewofclaimed9/11planner,KhalidSheikhMohammed.Mohammed,Aliandtheotherswillexplain“theirassessmentofAmericanforeignpolicy,”Fenstermakersaid.“Theirassessmentisnegative,”hesaid.FenstermakermetwithAlilastweekattheU.S.prisonatGuantanamoBayinCuba.Hehasnotspokenwiththeothers.Buthesaidthemenhavediscussedthetrialamongthemselves.FenstermakerwasfirstquotedinTheNewYorkTimesinSunday’seditions.CriticsofAttorneyGeneralEricHolderdecidedtotrythemeninaNewYorkCityciviliancourthouse.Ithaswarnedthatthetrialwouldprovidethedefendantswithapropagandaplatform.DeanBoyd,aspokesmanfortheDepartmentofJustice,saidSundaythatwhilethemenmayattempttousethetrialtoexpresstheirviews,“webelievethecourtsandthefederaljudgemaygovernthetrial.Thecourseofjusticewillbeledappropriatelyandwithminimalbreak,asfederalcourtshavedoneinthepast.”1.ThefivementhoughtthattheU.S.foreignpolicyshouldbeblamedforthe911attack.2.ScottFenstermakeristhelawyerforAliAbdal-AzizAliandfourothermen.3.Nearly3,000peoplewerekilledinthe911attack.4.Thepressdidn’tcareaboutthiscivilianfederaltrial.5.WecaninferfromthearticlethattheprisonersalsohavetheirfreedomtoexpresstheirownviewsintheU.S.A.
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– You are late. The discussion started 30 minutes ago.
– ________________________________
A. Well, I don’t know.

B. Don’t blame me.

C. I am really sorry.
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You shouldn’t ________ your time like that, Bob; you have to finish your school work tonight.
A. kill

B. cut

C. do
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