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We are trying to __ funds for the poor people.
A. raise

B. collect

C. pay
【答案】:A

What has __ to the woman?
A. occurred

B. taken place

C. happened
【答案】:C

What he said __ all the people in the office.
A. were amusing

B. amused

C. was amused
【答案】:B

I was very much __ by his word.
A. hurt

B. injured

C. damaged
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What you said __ the mater.
A. is not related for

B. is not relevant for

C. is not relevant to
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I think music can __ your pain.
A. reduce

B. decrease

C. lessen
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We are all __ being a Chinese.
A. proud to

B. proud for

C. proud of
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I met my old friend __ in the street yesterday.
A. by chance

B. by the chance

C. by a chance
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Her uncle takes a__ interest in her progress.
A. private

B. personal

C. own
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The girl is keen __ music.
A. for

B. on

C. to
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I am leaving for New York ______________ three days time.
A. x

B. at

C. in
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Those cakes look nice. Can I have______________?
A. one

B. it

C. x
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He is the man ______________ dog bit me.
A. that

B. which

C. whose
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________fine weather it is!
A. What

B. What a

C. How

D. How a
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Next year, I ______________ plan to go to Italy.
A. am

B. x

C. have
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I can do that job ______________ myself.
A. by

B. on

C. with
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I broke my leg when I ______________ skiing in America.
A. x

B. is

C. was
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I don’t suppose he will attend the meeting, ______?
A. won’t he

B. do I

C. don’t I
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Not only I but also Jane and Mary _______ tired of having one examination after another.
A. is

B. are

C. be
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That’s all settled. It _____ talked about.
A. shouldn’t

B. mustn’t be

C. needn’t be
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  As an American writer, Mark Twain, once said, “Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody (1) anything about it.” It is true that everybody talks about the weather. Many people begin their talks (2) saying: Isn’t it a nice (3) ?” “Do you think it will rain?” “I think it’s going to snow.”  Many people think they can tell (4) the weather is going to be like. But they (5) ever agree with each other. One man may say, “Do you see how cloudy it is in the east? It’s going to have fine weather tomorrow.” Another man (6) say, “Yes, it’s cloudy in the east. We are going to have fine weather tomorrow.”  People often look for the weather they want. When a farmer needs water, he looks for something to tell him it’s going to rain and he won’t believe (7) else. When friends have a picnic, they are so (8) the weather is going to be fine very (9) that they sit eating their lunch while it is raining.   Almost everyone listens to what the weatherman says. But he doesn’t always tell us what we want, and sometimes he makes a mistake. Still, he is (10) most of the time.  1.A. do B. did C. does
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  A survey has shown that people have stopped believing both the media and politicians. A similar survey carried out 5 years ago showed that 50% of people thought that what politicians said was usually not true, and that 35% of people thought that what they saw on the television or read in newspapers was not true. Now both those figures have increased sharply, to 80% of people not believing politicians and 70% not believing the television or newspapers. Experts think that these figures are not going to come down in the near future.   Stories about politicians and journalists taking money from businessmen have caused the public to stop trusting them. Also politicians keep making promises that they do not keep. Mr Smith of York said, ‘When the politicians make new laws, they only help their friends, not people like me’. Mrs Marley of Leeds said, ‘The newspapers and television are not interested in what is true; they are only interested in money for advertising’.  It has got worse recently as more people can get news from the Internet and learn if the journalists and politicians are telling the truth or not. What can our politicians and journalists do? The only answer is to be more honest.
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The Extended Family
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They __ the old house and built a restaurant.
A. demolished

B. damaged

C. hurt
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__ tried to take action to stop it.
A. The authority

B. The authorities

C. Authorities
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They _ for almost two years.
A. got married

B. married

C. have been married
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He __ his wallet in the street yesterday.
A. was robbed of

B. was robbed

C. was robbed off
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He __ when we were at a meeting.
A. burst in

B. burst to

C. burst into
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He __ about the time of the train.
A. required

B. requested

C. enquired
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Does the restaurant have a non-smoking __?
A. part

B. section

C. place
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Tom __ Helen four years ago.
A. married

B. married with

C. married to
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Are you aware __ what you have said?
A. for

B. of

C. about
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They had a good time at the __.
A. fun fair

B. funfair

C. funny fair
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The road ______________ built last year.
A. has been

B. was

C. is being
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—What’s happened to Tom?
A. He’s been taken

B. He’ll be taken

C. He’ll take
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My father______________ take me to work with him when I was a child.
A. did

B. used

C. would
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I’m tired. I ______________ working very hard.
A. have

B. have been

C. had
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She has lived here ______________ three years.
A. since

B. for

C. during
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We __________ every day when we were children.
A. used to swim

B. used to swimming

C. use to swim
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She ______________ talking when I am watching TV.
A. always

B. keeps

C. forever
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I have given ______________ eating meat.
A. over

B. down

C. up
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________ he said is quite right.
A. That

B. What

C. Why
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I have _____ finished the report.
A. yet

B. already

C. still
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  Molly Wilson (1) a dancer and a mother for many years when she (2) to sail round the world to raise money for charity.  As a child she (3) as a ballet dancer, but at 15 she had grown too tall for classical ballet, so she (4) a member of a pop dance team.  She (5) , and (6) she had children she retired from show business to bring them (7) . They grew up, and when they were 18 they left home.  She says, “When I decided to do the round-the-world race, my husband thought I was bored because the children had left home. He was also worried (8) I had never sailed (9) . I was not bored, but I (10) some people who told me about the race. They had taken part in it, but they had only done one section, say, from New Zealand to Australia. I wanted to do the whole ten-month journey.3”
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An Extraordinary Change of Direction
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  When I was a little girl, my brothers and I collected stamps for many years. My mother didn’t use to work during the week, but she worked in the post office near our house on Saturdays, and she used to bring home all the new stamps as soon as they were issued.  On the day of the World Cup football final in London in 1966, we were very excited because England were playing West Germany in the final. When we were having lunch, my mother told us to go to the post office straightaway after the match if England won, but she didn’t tell us why. At 2 o’clock my mother went back to work as usual, while the rest of the family were watching the football on TV at home. Although she wasn’t watching the match, she was listening to it on the radio.   England won 4:2 and so my brothers and I ran to the post office. As we burst in, my mother was standing behind the counter. She was waiting to sell us a very special limited edition with ENGLAND WINNERS on each stamp. We were over the moon.  We still have it today,and perhaps it is worth a lot of money.
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利用所给提示写一篇短文,说明你生活中的变化。

提示:

There have been many changes in my life(生活发生了许多变化)

be better off(生活状况更好)

preserved pickles(咸菜)

cramped and gloomy room to a big and bright flat(从狭窄阴暗的房间搬到大而明亮的单元房)

getting around(出行)

作文题目: Changes in My Life
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The land __ sharply away from the house.
A. declines

B. decreases

C. reduces
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It is said the police were __the matter?
A. searching into

B. looking into

C. seeking into
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I was told he __ just a minor offence.
A. made

B. committed

C. took
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It matters little __ it will rain or snow.
A. if

B. whether

C. how
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The bridge __ the banks of the river.
A. links

B. joins

C. connect
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Asia is the biggest __ on earth.
A. place

B. land

C. continent
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He has __ there for about an hour without moving.
A. lain

B. lay

C. lied
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This medicine has very bad effect __ your body.
A. for

B. on

C. to
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The dog __ a hole in my trousers yesterday.
A. bit

B. bitter

C. bite
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You can see __ people gathering in front of the building.
A. hundreds of

B. two thousands

C. decade of
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The roof needs _______.
A. to repair

B. repairing

C. repair
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I have spent a lot of time _________ working on this problem.
A. at

B. –

C. on
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—Can I get you a couple of tea?

—_________________________.
A. That’s very nice of you

B. With pleasure

C. You can, please
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They ______ the train until it disappeared in the distance.
A. saw

B. watched

C. observed
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–Which do you like better, real movies _______ cartoons?

–I prefer cartoons ____ real movies.
A. and , than

B. or, than

C. or, to
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Time is money! We should ______ our time.
A. be fit for

B. make good use of

C. take the place of
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I have lived here _______ 1997.
A. for

B. since

C. at
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—Have you moved into the new house?
—Not yet.The rooms______.
A. are being painted

B. are painted

C. are being painting
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_________ majority of people agree with him.
A. The

B. A

C. –
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The bridge _________ by the farmers themselves in 1982.
A. built

B. was build

C. was built
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  The ancient Olympic Games (1) part of a religious festival in honour (2) the Greek god Zeus, the father of all Greek gods and goddesses. The festival and games (3) in Olympia, a religious Sanctuary.   In the ancient games, athletes received prizes worth large amounts of money. In fact the word “athlete” is an ancient Greek word, (4) “one who competes (5) a prize”.   The marathon was not an event of the ancient Olympic Games. The marathon is a modern event that was first (6) in the Olympic Games in 1896. It was (7) a village called Marathon (8) the Persians (9) by a small Greek army. The news of the victory was brought to Athens by a soldier, who ran the 26 miles from the village of Marathon to the capital. 26 miles was (10) adopted as the distance of the modern marathon race.
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BEIJING — Olympic City 2008
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  A funny thing happened on the way to the communication revolution: we stopped talking to each other.   I was walking in the park with a friend recently, and his mobile phone rang, interrupting our conversation. There we were, walking and talking on a beautiful sunny day and – poof! – I was cut off as if I had become absent from the conversation.  The park was filled with people talking on their cell phones. They were passing people without looking at them, saying hello, noticing their babies or stopping to pat their dogs. It seems that the limitless electronic voice is preferred to human contact.   The telephone used to connect you to the absent. Now it makes people feel absent. Recently I was in a car with three friends. The driver hushed the rest of us because he could not hear the person on the other end of his cell phone. There we were, four friends driving down the highway, unable to talk to each other because of the small thing designed to make communication easier.   Why is it that the more connected we get, the more disconnected I feel? Every advance in communications technology is a setback (退步) to the closeness of human interaction. With e-mail and instant message over the Internet, we can now communicate without seeing or talking to one another. With voice mail, you can make entire conversations without ever reaching anyone. If my mom has a question, I just leave the answer on her machine.   As almost every contact between human beings gets automatic, the emotional distance index goes up. Pumping gas at the station? Why say good-morning to the assistant when you can swipe you credit card at the pump and save yourself the bother of human contact? Making a deposit at the bank? Why talk to the clerk who lives in the neighborhood when you can put your card into the ATM?  More and more, I find myself hiding behind e-mail to do a job meant for conversation or being relieved that voice mail picked up because I didn’t really have time to talk. The technology devoted to helping me keep in touch is making me lonelier.  I own a mobile phone, an ATM card, a voice-mail telephone, and an e-mail account. Giving them up isn’t a choice. They are great for what they are intended to do. It’s their unintended results that make me upset. What good is all this gee-whiz technology if there is no one in the room to hear you crying out “Gee whiz”?
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The doctor asked him to __.
A. go on diet

B. go a diet

C. go on a diet
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Under the tree was __ an old man.
A. lain

B. lay

C. lying
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This medicine will __ you a good night’s sleep.
A. sure

B. make sure

C. ensure
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He was deeply __ by the film.
A. effected

B. affected

C. effective
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I have to __ all the mess in this room.
A. tidy up

B. clear up

C. clean up
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I am afraid that I can not __ with you.
A. approve

B. agree

C. endorse
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She is __ school’s development committee.
A. on

B. in

C. at
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He always has a lot of business work __.
A. on the move

B. off the go

C. on the go
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We were deeply __ at what he said.
A. disappointed

B. disheartened

C. upset
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That place is _____________ the south of the city.
A. at

B. in

C. on
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She likes to spend time __________ with her grandchildren.
A. play

B. to play

C. playing
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We have our office ____________ every day by a cleaner.
A. clean

B. to clean

C. cleaned
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________________ every day for 20 minutes.
A. Exercise

B. To exercise

C. Should exercise
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It’s very convenient __________ here.
A. living

B. live

C. lived
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If he was fitter, he ___________ live longer.
A. –

B. will

C. would
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Jenny ___________ on her homework after supper.
A. did

B. has been doing

C. has done
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Could you please pay me ________ advance?
A. –

B. on

C. in
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What a fool I have been! Why _____I think of that before?
A. don’t

B. didn’t

C. not
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The blue whale is _______ largest animal in the world.
A. a

B. the

C. –
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  A study has shown that fitness is the key (1) long life, irrespective of body shape (2) even smoking habits. Researchers discovered that people who exercise live longer than (3) , even if they are overweight and smoke.  The study found that (4) fit of the 6,000 middle-aged men in the study were five times more likely to die within six years of the start of the research than the fittest. This was true (5) the men had heart problems, smoked or were overweight. Scientists concluded that it was better (6) and active than skinny and sedentary. Dr Ken cooper, a fitness expert, said, “ You are better off smoking a packet of cigarettes a day and exercising regularly than (7) a non –smoker and sedentary.” Although he adds, “But don’t misunderstand me. I am not endorsing (8) , I am trying to tell you how dangerous it is to be sedentary.”  The British Government is putting pressure (9) manufacturers to reduce high levels of sugar in food and to restrict the hard-sell of junk food to children in order to improve the nation’s health. But the new study suggests the Government should encourage more people (10) .
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  A study has shown that fitness is the key to long life, irrespective of body shape or even smoking habits. Researchers discovered that people who exercise live longer than those who do not, even if they are overweight and smoke.  The study found that the least fit of the 6,000 middle-aged men in the study were five times more likely to die within six years of the start of the research than the fittest. This was true whether or not the men had heart problems, smoked or were overweight. Scientists concluded that it was better to be fat and active than skinny and sedentary. Dr Ken Cooper, a fitness expert, said, “You are better off smoking a packet of cigarettes a day and exercising regularly than being a non-smoker and sedentary.” Although he adds, ” But don’t misunderstand me. I am not endorsing smoking. I am trying to tell you how dangerous it is to be sedentary.”   However, the study appears to fly in the face of research last year which concluded that more than 30,000 people die prematurely every year in Britain from illnesses caused by being overweight.   The British Government is putting pressure on manufacturers to reduce high levels of sugar in food and to restrict the hard-sell of junk food to children in order to improve the nation’s health. But the new study suggests the Government should encourage more people to exercise.
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PAT the Dog
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利用所给提示写一篇短文,说明饮食和健康的关系并提出建议如何养成健康的饮食习惯。

提示:

Eating habit is closely related to health

keep fit

first…..second…..third……

overweight

malnutrition.(营养不良)

lose appetite(失去胃口)

作文题目:Health and Eating Habit
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She said that, ________, she still loves him.
A. in the sense

B. in a sense

C. in sense
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If you drive your car in that way, you’ll end __ in hospital.
A. up

B. in

C. off
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He never sticks ___ anything for very long.
A. on

B. with

C. to
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If you are doctor, you must have a doctor’s_____.
A. license

B. certificate

C. diploma
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Why did you choose that one ___?
A. for particular

B. in particular

C. on particular
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Have the police looked into the bank ____.
A. mugger

B. theft

C. robbery
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There are many differences ____ the two languages.
A. of

B. in

C. between
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They were convicted ___ having killed 20 persons.
A. of

B. with

C. for
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She is a girl ____ at knitting.
A. skill

B. skilled

C. skills
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I am not guilty ____ this crime.
A. with

B. of

C. for
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You like playing football, _______ you?
A. don’t

B. does

C. did
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She was convicted _______ murder.
A. to

B. in

C. of
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Given the high price, _______ it’s not surprising they didn’t buy it.
A. and

B. but

C. –
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You _______ to lock the door at night.
A. should

B. ought

C. must

D. shall
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1. I prefer classic music __________ pop music.
a. than

b. on

c. to
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A new hotel _______ in the centre of town at the moment.
A. has been built

B. is built

C. is being built
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I _______ her to marry me and she agreed.
A. ask

B. asked

C. told
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I’m tired. I ________ working very hard.
A. have

B. have been

C. had
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I prefer tea _______coffee.
A. to

B. from

C. by
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Let me _________ the case carefully before I draw a conclusion.
A. look up

B. look into

C. look after
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  Traffic in India means a mixture of all kinds of vehicles on the road. About 700,000 new cars (1) in India in the last twelve months, and about twice that many used cars have been traded.  The country’s 35 million motorcycles and scooters make it the world’s largest two-wheel market. But because there are still big differences (2) people’s incomes, the roads are full of a whole variety of (3) , lots of them not motorised. A ride (4) a taxi driver in New Delhi gives a flavour of a typical Indian-style traffic with all kinds of vehicle held up in city streets or in long lines (5) narrow country lanes. Cars, lorries and buses back up behind a cart (6) by one animal or another. “India has everything on the roads,” the taxi driver says. “You have to (7) for pedestrians, bicycles, carts, cows, donkeys and even elephants. Three things (8) to drive here, a horn, brakes and good luck.” Just then we were stopped (9) a young boy and his cow.  Given the hazards, it’s not surprising (10) special ceremonies are held for new car owners in which the steering wheel and the driver are both blessed.
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  People all over the world today are beginning to hear and learn more and more about the problem of pollution. Pollution is caused either by man’s release of completely new and often artificial (人造的) substances into the environment, or by releasing greatly increased amounts of a natural substance (物质),such as oil from oil tankers into the sea.  Whatever its underlying reasons, there is no doubt that much of the pollution caused could be controlled if only companies, individuals and governments would make more efforts. In the home there is an obvious need to control litter and waste. Food comes wrapped up three of four times in packages that all have to be disposed of; drinks are increasingly sold in bottles or tins which can’t be reused. This not only causes a litter problem, but also is a great waste of resources, in terms of glass, metal and paper. Advertising has helped this process by persuading many of us not only to buy things we neither want nor need, but also to throw away much of what we do buy. Pollution and waste combine to be a problem everyone can help to solve by cutting out unnecessary buying, excess use and careless disposal (处理) of the products we use in our daily lives.
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  Benjamin Disraeli, the famous nineteenth century prime minister, said, “London is not a city, – it is a nation.” Today this is an understatement; London, with its vast range of different ethnic groups, is a world.   Certainly, London is the most culturally diverse city in the world. The city was founded by the Romans and since then new arrivals have constantly added to its character and prosperity. Within 10 years 40% of Londoners will be from ethnic minority groups, including the growing number of Londoners of mixed ethnic origin, but most of them will have been born in Britain.   Children of Caribbean-Chinese marriages will go to school with children of Russian-Irish couples. None of them will be English but all of them will be Londoners.Most of Britain’s ethnic minority residents live in the capital, speaking over 300 languages. Nearly all of the African population and many of the Caribbean population of Britain live in London (83% and 58% respectively); 39% of the Chinese population of Britain and 36% of the Asian population of Britain live in London.   The largest migrant community is from the Irish Republic with 256,000 people, 3.8% of the total population of London.There are an estimated 330,000 refugees and asylum seekers living in London, with most recent arrivals coming from Eastern Europe, North Africa and Kurdistan.  Young people, in particular, are skilled at dealing with a large number of different and hybrid cultures. They themselves often have several different ethnic identities since their parents and grandparents may come from several different backgrounds and their friends and partners do also. They are “skilled cross-cultural travellers” without leaving their home-town.
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Don’t be sorry for that. We all ___ mistakes.
A. make

B. have

C. do
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Oh, time is up and we must go _______.
A. straight off

B. straight away

C. straight up
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He is doing some research on the ____ system of animals.
A. auditory

B. sound

C. listening
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2. Many are finding it difficult to make ___ meet, especially whose with young children.
a. end

b. an end

c. ends
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The book had a great impact ___ its readers.
A. of

B. for

C. on
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You can’t use the bike at once-you have to ______.
A. take a turn

B. take turn

C. take turns
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He ____ conversation.
A. was engaged to

B. was engaged on

C. was engaged in
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The sound outside distracted him ____ his homework.
A. of

B. from

C. off
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18. First you should switch the machine ___ before you stop your work.
a. on

b. off

c. up
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The boat went ___ on the rough sea.
A. up or down

B. on and off

C. up and down
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I have _______finished the report.
A. yet

B. already

C. still
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You _______ to exercise more.
A. should

B. ought

C. in
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When we were having a meeting, the director _________ the bad news by telephone.
A. was telling

B. was told

C. would tell
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I stopped _______ last year.
A. smoking

B. smoke

C. to smoke
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Silk __________ by Chinese for thousands of years now.
A. has used

B. has been used

C. was used
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When I was a child, we _______wear a uniform for school.
A. have to

B. must

C. had to
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If you go by car, you’ll get there _______40 minutes.
A. within

B. about

C. under
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If I get the new job, I _______ buy a better car.
A. –

B. will

C. would
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A lecture hall is _________ where students attend lectures.
A. there

B. which

C. one
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I prefer classic music __________ pop music.
A. than

B. on

C. to
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  More and more people (1) to install burglar alarms in their houses if they want to get insurance. Insurance companies (2) people in certain areas to install the alarms before they will give them insurance for the past year. This is (3) to increasing crime in some parts of the country. This can be a problem for people (4) are struggling to make (5) ends meet. The alarms, (6) can be very expensive, need to be installed by an electrician. It is (7) that 20% of homes have alarms installed, and that another 20% of people plan (8) but have not installed them (9) . The insurance companies told people (10) the alarms on all doors and windows.
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  A 15-year-old boy, who was first found guilty of theft at the age of 12, was convicted of stealing 22 charity boxes yesterday from local shops. He was arrested while he was dressed as a woman and he was pretending to be a representative of the charity Help Aid.  The boy had been arrested 80 times before and neighbours say that he had committed over 1,000 offences. One local person said, “He’s always in court. We’ve had enough of him.” He had been sent to a young people’s prison on two occasions and had been convicted eight times – for burglary, assault, robbery and criminal damage.  At the trial the jury heard evidence from the shop owners that one of them had finally called the police because of what he had said after his mobile phone rang. He had answered the call and had started swearing. “It was only at that point,” the shop owner said, “That I realised it was not the usual lady who collects the boxes.”  After the verdict, his mother, who had given evidence in the case, said that she was unable to control her son. The judge told the court that the problems of the family could be due to the absence of a father.
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  In the UK, in business situations, when you meet someone for the first time you shake hands and say, “How do you do?”. This is not really a question, and the reply to it is another greeting such as “How do you do?” or “Hello” or “I’m very pleased to meet you” or, if you have met the person sometime before, “It’s good to see you again”.   You don’t shake hands every time you meet someone, you just greet them. If you are invited to someone’s house for dinner, it is usual to take a present– some chocolates or flowers or, if you know them quite well, a bottle of wine. If you do not know the host well, don’t be the last person to leave. Telephone the next day to thank the host for the meal. English people don’t like to talk about personal things, and tend to avoid religion, politics and money.  Good topics for small talk are the weather, holidays, weekend activities, gardens and architecture, especially houses and homes. When you go to a pub or bar, it’s usual to take turns to buy a drink for everyone in your group and pay for the drinks when you get them from the bar and before you drink them.
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利用所给提示写一篇短文,说明居住在大城市中优缺点。

提示:

city life is attractive with all its advantages and conveniences

supermarkets or shopping malls

dine out(外出吃饭)

expansion(扩张) of the city

flowing into(涌入)

作文题目:Living In A Big City
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Would you like __ more drinks?
A. a little

B. a slight

C. a bit of
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We __ each other for almost three years.
A. was in love for

B. have been in love with

C. fell in love with
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You can ask the driver to __ at the station.
A. drop you off

B. drop you down

C. drop off you
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They are doing some __ on AIDS.
A. research

B. investigation

C. search
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I prefer the TV ______________ the radio.
A. to

B. on

C. x
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I’m in Greece at the moment. I like the weather _________.
A. here

B. there

C. that
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She has brought ______________ two children by herself.
A. x

B. up

C. on
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  Peter Blake is a successful businessman, but he (1) to be very poor. He had nowhere to live and (2) working in a pub when he (3) to start his own business. Peter had always (4) interested in plants and flowers, (5) he decided to set up a company (6) cared for the plants in big offices. At first he worked on his (7) , but soon he took (8) two people to help him. The company has been growing (9) for the last ten years. Peter is now very rich, (10) he complains that now he doesn’t work with plants but with a computer every day!
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  There have been changes in all sorts of different areas of British society. In recent years in the UK we have had a very large increase in the number of couples who get divorced.   After 1969 and the Divorce Law Reform Act we had a very rapid increase in the number of divorces. The rate increased steadily and in recent years has increased much more rapidly. But there are also quite a lot of people who do actually get married. At present the marriage rate in the UK is about 70 per cent, which has gone down since the number of people who marry has gone down quite a lot in the last 20 years, but more significantly in the last 10 years. Quite high proportions of people now live together without marrying, and, for example, 40 per cent of children born in the UK are born to couples who aren’t married or are born to lone parents. There are quite a large number of lone parent families, 90 per cent of these are headed by a woman rather than a man.   The average family size now in the UK is 1.8 children per couple, which means that there’s been quite a decline in the birth rate in the UK along with other European countries.
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利用所给提示写一篇短文,介绍你自己。

提示:

you can say something like where you are from, what you do for a living(typically what your job is).,where you live and work, what your hobbies are, what kinds of entertainment, movies, sports, or books you are interested in, etc.

Here is a list of expressions you may use when you are making a self-introduction:

Giving your name

My name is… It means…

Call me…

Everyone calls me…

Where are you from…

I live in…

I am from…

I was born in…and lived in…until I moved to…when I was…

My hometown is…

Where you work/study…

I am a long distance learner at…

I am majoring in…

My major is…

I work for a company called…

I am in business as a trader.

My primary job is…

Introducing your family

I am married and have two children.

My family members are…

I have one older brother and two younger sisters.

Talking about hobbies/things you like

I started playing piano when i was in the third grade.

My hobby is listening to rock music.

What do you do in your spare time?

We have been very involved in…

My favorite kind of computer games are action games, such as…

作文题目:Talking About Myself
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The girl was __ about her new toy.
A. over the moon

B. above the moon

C. on the moon
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__ you involved in the matter?
A. Have

B. Are

C. Do
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My dog will __ by my friend when I am on holiday.
A. is cared for

B. be looked after

C. be taken care
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He spent __ day in his room.
A. whole

B. an entire

C. the all
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The photograph seems quite __.
A. current

B. present

C. recent
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Don’t worry. There is ______ room for all your books here.
A. more

B. much

C. some
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He said that he ______ already _______ the English film.
A. has; seen

B. has; see

C. had; seen
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The English teacher isn’t here. She __________ to the office.
A. has been

B. has gone

C. went
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You can see the user ___ of our website are up this month.
A. figures

B. numbers

C. figure
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We’ve offered her the job, but I don’t know whether she’ll __ it.
A. receive

B. accept

C. get
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She looked __ .
A. annoy

B. annoying

C. annoyed
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Do you like your school __ ?
A. dresses

B. uniforms

C. costumes
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I don’t __ of your plan.
A. agree

B. approve

C. endorse
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He is __ a new job.
a. examining

b. seeking

c. searching
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He has ___________ four successful books.
A. wrote

B. written

C. been writing
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I think all these are main points _______ much attention.
A. being worthy of

B. worthy of

C. which worth
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Mary forgot ______ a letter to her mother, so she wrote to her just now.
A. writing

B. to write

C. having wrote
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If I ______ time, I ________ something better.
A. had… would make

B. have…will make

C. had… will make
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The policeman was attacked ________ a knife .
A. on

B. by

C. with
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  We have two cats at home. One is named Milo and the other Mamma. Milo is a boy cat. Boy cats are called ‘Toms’. We think that Mamma is Milo’s mother. That is why we gave her the name Mamma. We didn’t buy Milo or Mamma. They were stray cats and didn’t have anywhere to live. They started coming into our garden. They did not look very healthy, so we started giving them milk. Then they started coming into the house, so we adopted them. Because he didn’t have a home when he was a kitten, Milo is not very fit. We have to take him to the vet once every three months for a special injection. They have lived with us now for 5 years.
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利用所给提示写一篇短文,说明你的业余爱好以及它们的益处。

提示:

benefit from (从中受益)

In my spare time

raising flowers(养花)

cycling(骑车)

maintain a mental and physical balance(保持身心健康)

作文题目:My Hobbies
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It is said the matter was under __ .
A. investigation

B. inspection

C. research
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Mr. Robert has a __ of five.
A. family

B. household

C. home
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The Germans, as __, are often thought to be well organized.
A. a nation

B. a country

C. people
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Of all the stories here, I like this one _____. It’s not interesting at all.
A. most

B. best

C. least
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We must make a difference between _____ language and _____language.
A. spoken, written

B. speaking, written

C. speak, write
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  Although international travel is usually an exciting and pleasant experience, travellers should take steps to ensure that their health does not suffer either from their time in the air or from their time abroad.  Before you go  Check with your doctor or local travel clinic which injections are necessary for the areas you are travelling to. Allow sufficient time to have these injections before you leave because they may take time to become effective.   Be sure that the information on health is up-to-date. Check on the Internet if you are not sure.   Don’t go to bed late the day before you fly.   During the flight  1. Jet Lag  Your body has a natural daily sleep pattern. It takes time to adjust to a new time zone. There are many different effects of jet lag: you may not be able to sleep, you may not want to eat or you may feel sick and tired. You may not be able to concentrate for some days after you arrive.  There are several things you can do to lessen the effects of jet lag:  - Do your best to relax during the flight;  - Sleep as much as you can on the flight. Use a mild sleeping pill if necessary;  - Drink as much water as you can;  - Don’t drink alcohol and caffeine;  - Take mild sleeping pills for the first few days in the new time zone if you need them.  2. Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)  If you sit still for long periods of time, you will probably get swollen ankles and muscle cramps – these are painful but not dangerous. However, the much more serious DVT may also occur occasionally after long periods of inactivity — __________(1). This is not only true for air travel — it is the same for travellers by bus or train who spend many hours sitting in cramped conditions.  To minimise the risk of DVT during the flight:  - Stretch your legs and arms often while sitting in your seat;  -_______________(2).  Most importantly, if you have any worries about your health during the flight, call a flight attendant and tell them immediately how you feel. They will be able to help you.
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We sell 32 different ____ of ice cream.
A. smells

B. tastes

C. flavours
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She comes from _______People’s Republic of China.
A. the

B. a

C. –
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All the team members tried their best. We lost the game, _________.
A. however

B. therefore

C. since
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The patient acted on the doctor’s _________ and finally recovered.
A. advices

B. advice

C. advise
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5. You _______ to lock the door at night.
a. should

b. ought

c. must

d. shall
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  In the UK, in business situations, when you meet someone (1) the first time you shake hands and say, “How do you do?”. This is not really a question, and the reply (2) it is another greeting such as “How do you do?” or “Hello” or “I’m very (3) to meet you” or, if you have met the person sometime before, “It’s good to see you again”.   You don’t (4) hands every time you meet someone, you just greet them. If you are invited (5) someone’s house for dinner, it is usual to take a present – some chocolates (6) flowers or, if you know them quite well, a bottle of wine. If you do not know the host well, don’t be the last person to leave. Telephone (7) next day to thank the host for the meal. English people don’t like to talk about personal things, and tend to (8) religion, politics and money.  Good topics for small talk are the weather, holidays, weekend activities, gardens and architecture, (9) houses and homes. When you go to a pub or bar, it’s usual to take (10) to buy a drink for everyone in your group and pay for the drinks when you get them from the bar and before you drink them.
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  The chances that you will be a victim of violent crime are low. But you can avoid risk in the following ways.  AT HOME  ? You should make sure your house or flat is secure. Always lock the door from the inside at night, but you must keep the key nearby, so that you can use it to get out quickly if there is a fire.  ? You must never give keys to workmen as they can easily make copies.  ? If you wake up and hear a burglar, stay quietly in bed. Pretend you are asleep. If you feel more confident, switch on the light and make a lot of noise; even if you are on your own you should call out loudly to an imaginary companion, so that the burglar thinks you are not alone and runs away. You should have a phone or a mobile in your bedroom to alert the police immediately.  ? If you come home and think you see signs of a break-in, you shouldn’t go in, the burglar may be inside. You should go to a neighbour and call the police.  ON THE STREET  At night:  ? Always walk facing the traffic, so that a car cannot pull up behind you.  ? You mustn’t go through parks or woods.  ? If you think someone is following you, cross the road one or two times. If he or she continues to follow you, go to a pub or other public place.   ? Always carry your bag close to you, but carry your house keys in your pocket so that you can open the door quickly. If someone attacks you – remember your safety is more important than your property.
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利用所给提示写一篇短文,描述你在电视大学的生活。

提示:

be engaged in long distance education

web-based courses

join online discussion forums

send our homework to the tutor

solve the difficulties and puzzles in tutorial

作文题目:My TV University Life
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These old housed are to be knocked_____.
A. off

B. down

C. out
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Before I got to the cinema, the film _________.
A. had begun

B. has begun

C. was beginning
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The problem is_______by pollution.
A. caused

B. because

C. due
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利用所给提示写一篇短文,说明高中生活和大学生活的不同。

提示:

is quite different from

have to, must

ask students to do many tasks

be responsible for

for example

put on

spend more time studying by themselves

作文题目:High School Life and College Life
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I can’t put __ what he said.
A. on with

B. up for

C. up with
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The girl __ his father.
A. looked on to

B. looked up to

C. looked up on
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It happened ________ a winter night.
A. at

B. in

C. on
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Her parents died when she was very young, so she was ______by her aunt.
A. brought up

B. brought out

C. grown up
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I know it isn’t important but I can’t help ______ about it.
A. but to think

B. thinking

C. to think
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He is a man of __.
A. a high intelligence

B. high intelligences

C. high intelligence
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  In the last 500 years, nothing about people – not their clothes, ideas, or languages – has changed as much as what they eat. The original chocolate drink was made from the seeds of the cocoa tree by South American Indians. The Spanish introduced it to the rest of the world during the 1500’s. And although it was very expensive, it quickly became fashionable. In London shops where chocolate drinks were served became important meeting places. Some still exist today.  The potato is also from the New World. Around 1600, the Spanish brought it from Peru to Europe, where it soon was widely grown. Ireland became so dependent on it that thousands of Irish people starved when the crop failed during the“Potato Famine”of 1845-6, and thousands more were forced to emigrate to America.  There are many other foods that have traveled from South America to the Old World. But some others went in the opposite direction. Brazil is now the World’s largest grower of coffee, and coffee is an important crop in Colombia and other South American countries. But it is native to Ethiopia. It was first made into a drink by Arabs during the 1400’s.  According to an Arabic legend, coffee was discovered when a goatherd name Kaldi noticed that his goats were attracted to the red berries on a coffee bush. He tried one and experienced the “wide-awake” feeling that one-third of the world’s population now starts the day with.
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They held a dinner __ the important guests.
A. in the honour of

B. in an honour of

C. in honour of
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He made __ changes in his new book.
A. extensive

B. large

C. a lot
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The bedroom needs ____________.
A. decorating

B. to decorate

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利用所给提示写一篇短文,说明如何保持身体健康。

提示:

it is necessary to keep a balanced diet

had better

it is important to do regular exercises

it is essential to keep high mood

renew our spirits and release our stress.

be bound to keep healthy

作文题目:How to Keep Healthy
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I spent most of my money in the first week __ had very little to eat by the end of the holiday.
A. and consequently

B. and however

C. and so
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As he grows old his health __.
A. drops

B. decreases

C. declines
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The boss __ our holiday by two more days.
A. extended

B. expanded

C. stretched
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My car was being __________ when it was stolen.
A. repaired

B. repair

C. repairing
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  A survey was carried out last year (1) the British Medical Association, an organisation of doctors. It showed that most people do not do enough exercise. In 1995, 60% of people walked more than one mile a day. Now, that number has fallen (2) to only 20%. (3) more people are going to the gym, fewer people are walking. Doctors say we need (4) for 20 minutes three times a week. (5) is an easy form of exercise that everyone can do. If you (6) one mile each day, you will improve your health very quickly. Doctors say we need to tackle this problem head (7) and try (8) people fitter because not doing enough exercise is responsible (9) many of the country’s health problems. Doctors suggest you go (10) a walk everyday after dinner.
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3. When we were having a meeting, the director _________ the bad news by telephone.
a. was telling

b. was told

c. would tell
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The delay was ____ heavy traffic.
A. because

B. due for

C. due to
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2. All the team members tried their best. We lost the game, _________.
a. however

b. therefore

c. since
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By the end of this year, I _______enough money for a holiday.
A. will save

B. will be saving

C. will have saved
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4. Silk __________ by Chinese for thousands of years now.
a. has used

b. has been used

c. was used
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  Do you want to improve your skills and boost your job prospects?  Would you like to give an edge to your university application?  Would you like to study where and when you want – even just using a laptop?  Would you like to set your own timetable?  Then a Direct course is the one for you! Direct offers online courses in many areas including computing, business and finance. No previous computer experience is required.   Learning with Direct  Direct is not a lonely experience – it’s learning in a virtual classroom.  * You will be given an online tutor and have online tutorials. These will be completely confidential. You log on with a secure password.  * You can chat with other students on your course in informal chat rooms.  * You can join online discussion forums and seminar groups at pre-arranged times.  Join the e-learning revolution!   Courses available  ? Business (Marketing, Management, Customer care, Selling)  ? Finance and Accounting  ? Computing    - Word processing    - Spreadsheets    - Presentation preparation    - Web design  By the end of each course you will have earned a Direct Certificate and you will have gained three credits towards your diploma.  Plans for expansion  By the end of next year we will have set up a full range of desktop computers right here in the Centre, so that even if you do not have one at home, you can still learn with Direct.  To register simply come to the Direct Centre when we’re open.  Direct Centre opening times  Monday – Friday 2 p.m. – 8 p.m.  Saturday – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.  Or   telephone us on: 020 5667 824  e-mail us on: DIRECT@mamo.co.uk
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The teacher __ for breaking the window.
A. told off him

B. told him out

C. told him off
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All the airports in the country are working __ today.
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利用所给提示写一篇短文,描述你的家庭和它对你的影响。

提示:

used to be a senior engineer

would work in a factory

is very serious about everything

pay attention to the details

take after

have influence upon

looks like

作文题目:My Family
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You must explain ______how they succeeded ________ the experiment.
A. for us, to

B. at us, at

C. to us, in
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He was __ of what he said.
A. afraid

B. frightened

C. appalled
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What he did __ the company’s policy.
A. flied a face of

B. flied in face of

C. flied in the face of
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The king had the greatest power in __ times.
A. old

B. past

C. ancient
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You can see the ball __ when the temperature is high.
A. expand

B. extend

C. stretch
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They __ the football match because it rained today.
A. stop

B. cancelled

C. gave up
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题干PeterBlakeisasuccessfulbusinessman,buthe(1)tobeverypoor.Hehadnowheretoliveand(2)workinginapubwhenhe(3)tostarthisownbusiness.Peterhadalways(4)interestedinplantsandflowers,(5)hedecidedtosetupacompany(6)caredfortheplantsinbigoffices.Atfirstheworkedonhis(7),butsoonhetook(8)twopeopletohelphim.Thecompanyhasbeengrowing(9)forthelasttenyears.Peterisnowveryrich,(10)hecomplainsthatnowhedoesn’tworkwithplantsbutwithacomputereveryday!1)A.wouldB.useC.used2)A.didB.wasC.hasbeen3)A.haddecidedB.decidedC.wasdeciding4)A.wasB.beenC.being5)A.soB.butC.although6)A.whoB.whichC.whose7)A.ownB.selfC.himself8)A.upB.overC.on9)A.–B.upC.over10)A.thereforeB.moreoverC.but
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题干TheExtendedFamilyMrsSharp,alarge,red-facedwomaninherlatesixties,haslivedinGreenleas,a’newtown’inthecountrysideoutsideLondon,since1958.BeforethatshelivedinBethnalGreen,anareaofinnerLondon.ShewasmovedtoGreenleasbythelocalauthoritieswhenheroldhousewasdemolished.Shecamefromalargefamilywithsixgirlsandtwoboys,andshegrewupamongbrothers,sisters,uncles,aunts,grandparentsandcousins.Whenshemarriedherboyfriendfromschoolateighteen,theywentonlivingwithherparents,andherfirstchildwasbroughtupmorebyhermotherthanbyherself,becauseshealwaysworked.Asthefamilygrew,theymovedoutoftheirparents’housetoaflat.Itwasinthenextstreet,andtheirlifewasstillthatoftheextendedfamily.”AllmyfamilyusedtolivearoundDenbyStreet,”saidMrsSharp,”andwewerealwaysinandoutofeachother’shouses.”Whenshewenttotheshops,sheusedtocallinonhermothertoseeifshewantedanything.Everydayshewouldvisitonesisteroranotherandseeanephewornieceatthecornershoporinthemarket.”Youalwaysknew90%ofthepeopleyousawinthestreeteveryday,eithertheywererelatedtoyouoryouwereatschoolwiththem,”shesaid.Whenherbabieswereborn(shehadtwosonsandadaughter),shesaid,”Allmysistersandneighbourswouldhelp–theyusedtocomeandmakeacupoftea,orhelpinsomeotherway.”AndeverySaturdaynighttherewasafamilyparty.ItwasatMrsSharp’smother’shouse.”Ofcourseweallknoweachotherverywell.Youhavetolearntogetonwitheachother.Ihadoneneighbourwhowasalwayspokinghernoseintoourbusiness.Shewasforeveraskingquestionsandgossiping.Butyouhadtoputupwitheveryone,whatevertheywerelike.”1.WhydidMrs.SharphavetomovetoGreenleas?A.Becauseshehadtoworkthere.B.Becauseshedidn’tliketheoldplaceatall.C.Becauseherhouseinthedowntownareawasknockeddown.2.Whenshegotmarried,shelived________.A.togetherwithherparentsallthetimeB.togetherwithherparentsforsometimeC.farawayfromherparents’house3.Whydidsheknowsomanypeople?A.Becauseshewaseasygoing.B.Becausetheywereeitherherrelativesorschoolmates.C.Becauseshewasgoodatmakingfriendswithpeople.4.Thesentence“Ihadoneneighbourwhowasalwayspokinghernoseintoourbusiness.”inthelastPara.means__________.A.Ihadoneneighbourwhowasalwayswarm-hearted.B.Ihadoneneighbourwhowasalwaysreadytohelpus.C.Ihadoneneighbourwhoalwaysshowedherinterestsinourprivateaffairs.5.Whatdoesthispassagemainlydealwith?A.Whattheextendedfamilyislike.B.TherelationshipbetweenMrsSharpandherneighbour.C.HowMrsSharpbringsherchildrenup.提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干Inthelast500years,nothingaboutpeople–nottheirclothes,ideas,orlanguages–haschangedasmuchaswhattheyeat.TheoriginalchocolatedrinkwasmadefromtheseedsofthecocoatreebySouthAmericanIndians.TheSpanishintroducedittotherestoftheworldduringthe1500’s.Andalthoughitwasveryexpensive,itquicklybecamefashionable.InLondonshopswherechocolatedrinkswereservedbecameimportantmeetingplaces.Somestillexisttoday.ThepotatoisalsofromtheNewWorld.Around1600,theSpanishbroughtitfromPerutoEurope,whereitsoonwaswidelygrown.IrelandbecamesodependentonitthatthousandsofIrishpeoplestarvedwhenthecropfailedduringthe“PotatoFamine”of1845-6,andthousandsmorewereforcedtoemigratetoAmerica.TherearemanyotherfoodsthathavetraveledfromSouthAmericatotheOldWorld.Butsomeotherswentintheoppositedirection.BrazilisnowtheWorld’slargestgrowerofcoffee,andcoffeeisanimportantcropinColombiaandotherSouthAmericancountries.ButitisnativetoEthiopia.ItwasfirstmadeintoadrinkbyArabsduringthe1400’s.AccordingtoanArabiclegend,coffeewasdiscoveredwhenagoatherdnameKaldinoticedthathisgoatswereattractedtotheredberriesonacoffeebush.Hetriedoneandexperiencedthe“wide-awake”feelingthatone-thirdoftheworld’spopulationnowstartsthedaywith.1.Accordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowinghaschangedthemostinthelast500years?A.FoodB.PotatoC.Chocolate2.“Some”in“Somestillexisttoday”means_________.A.somecocoatreesB.someshopsC.someSouthAmericanIndians3.ThousandsofIrishpeoplestarvedduringthe“PotatoFamine”because_________.A.theyweresodependentonthepotatothattheyrefusedtoeatanythingelseB.thepotatoharvestwasbadC.theweatherconditionsinIrelandwerenotsuitableforgrowingthepotato4.Coffeeoriginallycamefrom_________.A.BrazilB.ColombiaC.Ethiopia5.TheArabiclegendisusedtoprovethat_________.A.coffeewasfirstdiscoveredbyKaldiB.coffeedrinkswerefirstmadebyArabsC.coffeewasfirstdiscoveredinsouthAmericancountries提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干AsanAmericanwriter,MarkTwain,oncesaid,“Everybodytalksabouttheweather,butnobody(1)anythingaboutit.”Itistruethateverybodytalksabouttheweather.Manypeoplebegintheirtalks(2)saying:Isn’titanice(3)?”“Doyouthinkitwillrain?”“Ithinkit’sgoingtosnow.”Manypeoplethinktheycantell(4)theweatherisgoingtobelike.Butthey(5)everagreewitheachother.Onemanmaysay,“Doyouseehowcloudyitisintheeast?It’sgoingtohavefineweathertomorrow.”Anotherman(6)say,“Yes,it’scloudyintheeast.Wearegoingtohavefineweathertomorrow.”Peopleoftenlookfortheweathertheywant.Whenafarmerneedswater,helooksforsomethingtotellhimit’sgoingtorainandhewon’tbelieve(7)else.Whenfriendshaveapicnic,theyareso(8)theweatherisgoingtobefinevery(9)thattheysiteatingtheirlunchwhileitisraining.Almosteveryonelistenstowhattheweathermansays.Buthedoesn’talwaystelluswhatwewant,andsometimeshemakesamistake.Still,heis(10)mostofthetime.1.A.doB.didC.does2.A.throughB.byC.across3.A.dayB.weatherC.thing4.A.howB.whenC.what5.A.neverB.allC.hardly6.A.willB.wouldC.can7.A.somethingB.anythingC.everything8.A.trueB.certainlyC.sure9.A.slowlyB.muchC.quickly10.A.rightB.wrongC.mistken
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题干WhenIwasalittlegirl,mybrothersandIcollectedstampsformanyyears.Mymotherdidn’tusetoworkduringtheweek,butsheworkedinthepostofficenearourhouseonSaturdays,andsheusedtobringhomeallthenewstampsassoonastheywereissued.OnthedayoftheWorldCupfootballfinalinLondonin1966,wewereveryexcitedbecauseEnglandwereplayingWestGermanyinthefinal.Whenwewerehavinglunch,mymothertoldustogotothepostofficestraightawayafterthematchifEnglandwon,butshedidn’ttelluswhy.At2o’clockmymotherwentbacktoworkasusual,whiletherestofthefamilywerewatchingthefootballonTVathome.Althoughshewasn’twatchingthematch,shewaslisteningtoitontheradio.Englandwon4:2andsomybrothersandIrantothepostoffice.Asweburstin,mymotherwasstandingbehindthecounter.ShewaswaitingtosellusaveryspeciallimitededitionwithENGLANDWINNERSoneachstamp.Wewereoverthemoon.Westillhaveittoday,andperhapsitisworthalotofmoney.1.Thispassagemainlytellsus__________.A.theauthorandherbrotherusedtolikestampsverymuchB.theauthorhadaverykindmotherC.theauthorandherbrotherhadgotanunforgettableexperienceincollectingstamps2.Accordingtothepassage,hermotherworkedinthepostoffice________.A.duringtheweekB.onSaturdaysC.onSundays3.TheirmothertoldthemtogotothepostofficestraightawayafterthematchifEnglandwon,butshedidn’ttellthemwhy.Doyouthinkwhyshedidthat?A.Shewantedtogivethemasurprise.B.Shedoubtedifshewouldgetthestamps.C.Shethoughtitunnecessarytotellthemthereason.4.Whatdoesthesentence“Wewereoverthemoon.”mean?A.Wejumpedhigh.B.Wewereextremelyhappyaboutit.C.Wewatchedthemoonforalongtime.5.Whatisthebesttitleforthispassage?A.MyChildhoodB.APreciousStampC.AMemorableExperienceinCollectingStamps提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干Asurveyhasshownthatpeoplehavestoppedbelievingboththemediaandpoliticians.Asimilarsurveycarriedout5yearsagoshowedthat50%ofpeoplethoughtthatwhatpoliticianssaidwasusuallynottrue,andthat35%ofpeoplethoughtthatwhattheysawonthetelevisionorreadinnewspaperswasnottrue.Nowboththosefigureshaveincreasedsharply,to80%ofpeoplenotbelievingpoliticiansand70%notbelievingthetelevisionornewspapers.Expertsthinkthatthesefiguresarenotgoingtocomedowninthenearfuture.Storiesaboutpoliticiansandjournaliststakingmoneyfrombusinessmenhavecausedthepublictostoptrustingthem.Alsopoliticianskeepmakingpromisesthattheydonotkeep.MrSmithofYorksaid,‘Whenthepoliticiansmakenewlaws,theyonlyhelptheirfriends,notpeoplelikeme’.MrsMarleyofLeedssaid,‘Thenewspapersandtelevisionarenotinterestedinwhatistrue;theyareonlyinterestedinmoneyforadvertising’.IthasgotworserecentlyasmorepeoplecangetnewsfromtheInternetandlearnifthejournalistsandpoliticiansaretellingthetruthornot.Whatcanourpoliticiansandjournalistsdo?Theonlyansweristobemorehonest.1.Thenumberofpeoplebelievingpoliticiansandjournalistshas_______________________.A.increasedB.notchangedC.decreased2.Expertsthinkthisproblem_______________________.A.willgetbettersoonB.willnotgetbettersoonC.willgetworsesoon3.Storiessaybusinessmengivemoneyto_______________.A.politiciansB.politiciansandjournalistsC.journalists4.MrSmiththinkspoliticiansmakelaws________________.A.tohelptheirfriendsB.tohelphimC.tohelpeverybody5.Peoplecannowcheckstoriesusing__________________.A.thenewspapersB.thetelevisionC.theInternet提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干MollyWilson(1)adancerandamotherformanyyearswhenshe(2)tosailroundtheworldtoraisemoneyforcharity.Asachildshe(3)asaballetdancer,butat15shehadgrowntootallforclassicalballet,soshe(4)amemberofapopdanceteam.She(5),and(6)shehadchildrensheretiredfromshowbusinesstobringthem(7).Theygrewup,andwhentheywere18theylefthome.Shesays,“WhenIdecidedtodotheround-the-worldrace,myhusbandthoughtIwasboredbecausethechildrenhadlefthome.Hewasalsoworried(8)Ihadneversailed(9).Iwasnotbored,butI(10)somepeoplewhotoldmeabouttherace.Theyhadtakenpartinit,buttheyhadonlydoneonesection,say,fromNewZealandtoAustralia.Iwantedtodothewholeten-monthjourney.3”1)A.isB.wasC.hasbeen2)A.decidesB.decidedC.haddecided3)A.hadtrainedB.hadbeentrainedC.wastrained4)A.becameB.hadbecomeC.hasbecome5)A.getsmarriedB.gotmarriedC.hadmarried6)A.beforeB.whenC.after7)A.downB.upC.out8)A.althoughB.howeverC.because9)A.beforeB.agoC.since10)A.metB.hadmetC.hasmeet
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题干AnExtraordinaryChangeofDirectionMollyWilsonhadbeenadancerandamotherformanyyearswhenshedecidedtosailroundtheworldtoraisemoneyforcharity.Asachildshehadtrainedasaballetdancer,butat15shehadgrowntootallforclassicalballet,soshebecameamemberofapopdanceteam.Shegotmarried,andaftershehadchildrensheretiredfromshowbusinesstobringthemup.Theygrewup,andwhentheywere18theylefthome.Shesays,“WhenIdecidedtodotheround-the-worldrace,myhusbandthoughtIwasboredbecausethechildrenhadlefthome.HewasalsoworriedbecauseIhadneversailedbefore.Iwasnotbored,butIhadmetsomepeoplewhotoldmeabouttherace.Theyhadtakenpartinit,buttheyhadonlydoneonesection,say,fromNewZealandtoAustralia.Iwantedtodothewholeten-monthjourney.”BeforeMollyleftshedidalotoftraining,butithadn’tpreparedherfortheworstweatherwhichtheyexperienced.Shetellsonestory.“Onenighttheseawasveryroughanditwasverycold.Ihadgonedownstairswhenahugewavesmashedintotheboatandinjuredtwomenonthedeck.Oneofthemencouldn’tmovebecausehehadbrokenhisleg.Theyweretakentohospitalbyhelicopter.Thatwastheworsttime.”BytheendofOctoberlastyear,shehadraisedmorethan£50,000forcharity.Shesays,“SometimesIaskmyself,whatdidIdo?HowdidIdoit?ButthenIthink,it’sthesameasbeingadancer.BeforeIleftonthetrip,Ihadtrainedhard.Ihadgotveryfitandhadpreparedmyselfcompletely.ThenonthetripIwassimplyagoodteammember.”1.Whatdoestheword“extraordinary”meaninthetitle?A.veryordinaryB.veryunusualandsurprisingC.notspecial2.Thesentence“…myhusbandthoughtIwasbored…”inPara.4meantthatmyhusbandthoughtIfelt_________.A.dissatisfiedbecauseIhadnothingbettertodoathomeB.annoyedbecauseIhadtowaitlongformychildrentocomebackhomeC.sadbecauseallthechildrenleftmewhentheygrewup3.Theword“section”inPara.4mostprobablymeanshere_________.A.groupofthejobB.partofthetrainingC.partoftherouteofsail4.Whichofthefollowingisnearest(closest)inmeaningto“rough”inthesentence“Onenighttheseawasveryrough…”inPara.5?A.notexactB.difficultC.notsmoothbecauseofhugewaves5.Thelastparagraphsuggeststhat_________.A.thequalitiessheneededforthetripwerethesameasthoseforadancerB.manyyearsofdancinghadalreadypreparedherforthesailcompletely,sosheneedn’tdoanythingbeforethejourneyC.sheshouldnotforgetdancingduringthetrip提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干TherehavebeenchangesinallsortsofdifferentareasofBritishsociety.InrecentyearsintheUKwehavehadaverylargeincreaseinthenumberofcoupleswhogetdivorced.After1969andtheDivorceLawReformActwehadaveryrapidincreaseinthenumberofdivorces.Therateincreasedsteadilyandinrecentyearshasincreasedmuchmorerapidly.Buttherearealsoquitealotofpeoplewhodoactuallygetmarried.AtpresentthemarriagerateintheUKisabout70percent,whichhasgonedownsincethenumberofpeoplewhomarryhasgonedownquitealotinthelast20years,butmoresignificantlyinthelast10years.Quitehighproportionsofpeoplenowlivetogetherwithoutmarrying,and,forexample,40percentofchildrenbornintheUKareborntocoupleswhoaren’tmarriedorareborntoloneparents.Therearequitealargenumberofloneparentfamilies,90percentoftheseareheadedbyawomanratherthanaman.TheaveragefamilysizenowintheUKis1.8childrenpercouple,whichmeansthatthere’sbeenquiteadeclineinthebirthrateintheUKalongwithotherEuropeancountries.1.Whatdoesthepassagemainlydiscuss?A.ThedecliningdivorcerateintheUK.B.TrendsinmarriageanddivorceintheUK.C.TheincreasingdivorcerateintheUK.2.Duringthelasttenyears,__________.A.themarriageratehasgonedownmorerapidlyintheUKB.themarriageratehasgoneupalotintheUKC.40%ofchildrenwereborntounwedcouplesintheUK3.Accordingtothepassage,thecohabitationrateintheUKtendsto__________.A.declineB.soar(急剧上升)C.staystable4.Accordingtothepassage,whichofthefollowingstatementsisNOTtrue?A.Thehighestdivorceratewasaround1969.B.Themarriageratehasgonedowninrecentyears.C.Themarriagerateiscurrently70percent.5.ThelastPara.tellsus__________.A.thebirthrateintheUKisdecreasingrapidlynowB.atpresentanyfamilyintheUKis2childrenatmostC.thebirthrateinotherEuropeancountrieskeepsincreasing提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干Asurveywascarriedoutlastyear(1)theBritishMedicalAssociation,anorganisationofdoctors.Itshowedthatmostpeopledonotdoenoughexercise.In1995,60%ofpeoplewalkedmorethanonemileaday.Now,thatnumberhasfallen(2)toonly20%.(3)morepeoplearegoingtothegym,fewerpeoplearewalking.Doctorssayweneed(4)for20minutesthreetimesaweek.(5)isaneasyformofexercisethateveryonecando.Ifyou(6)onemileeachday,youwillimproveyourhealthveryquickly.Doctorssayweneedtotacklethisproblemhead(7)andtry(8)peoplefitterbecausenotdoingenoughexerciseisresponsible(9)manyofthecountry’shealthproblems.Doctorssuggestyougo(10)awalkeverydayafterdinner.1)A.-B.withC.by2)A.sharplyB.slightlyC.down3)A.SoB.ThereforeC.Although4)A.exercisingB.toexerciseC.exercised5)A.WalkB.TowalkC.Walking6)A.walkB.walkedC.towalk7)A.downB.onC.up8)A.makingB.makeC.tomake9)A.toB.forC.at10)A.atB.forC.and
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题干Astudyhasshownthatfitnessisthekeytolonglife,irrespectiveofbodyshapeorevensmokinghabits.Researchersdiscoveredthatpeoplewhoexerciselivelongerthanthosewhodonot,eveniftheyareoverweightandsmoke.Thestudyfoundthattheleastfitofthe6,000middle-agedmeninthestudywerefivetimesmorelikelytodiewithinsixyearsofthestartoftheresearchthanthefittest.Thiswastruewhetherornotthemenhadheartproblems,smokedorwereoverweight.Scientistsconcludedthatitwasbettertobefatandactivethanskinnyandsedentary.DrKenCooper,afitnessexpert,said,”Youarebetteroffsmokingapacketofcigarettesadayandexercisingregularlythanbeinganon-smokerandsedentary.”Althoughheadds,”Butdon’tmisunderstandme.Iamnotendorsingsmoking.Iamtryingtotellyouhowdangerousitistobesedentary.”However,thestudyappearstoflyinthefaceofresearchlastyearwhichconcludedthatmorethan30,000peopledieprematurelyeveryyearinBritainfromillnessescausedbybeingoverweight.TheBritishGovernmentisputtingpressureonmanufacturerstoreducehighlevelsofsugarinfoodandtorestrictthehard-sellofjunkfoodtochildreninordertoimprovethenation’shealth.ButthenewstudysuggeststheGovernmentshouldencouragemorepeopletoexercise.1.InthesecondPara.,theword“endorsing”means_________.A.supportingB.disapproving(不同意)C.arguingagainst2.Whatdoestheword“sedentary”meaninthesecondPara.?A.fatB.inactiveC.fit3.ItcanbeinferredfromthefourthPara.that_________.A.thenewstudycontradictsthepreviousresearchB.thenewstudyisbasedonthepreviousresearchC.thenewstudyconcludesbeingoverweightisalsothecauseofdeath4.WhatcanweinferabouttheBritishGovernment’sattitudeinthelastPara.?A.It’sindifferenttotheresearchoflastyear.B.Ithasapprovedofthepreviousresearch.C.Itisnotconcernedaboutthenation’shealth.5.What’stheauthor’sattitudeaccordingtothepassage?A.Indifferent.B.Subjective.C.Objective.提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干BEIJING—OlympicCity2008Whowillstagethegames?PreparingfortheOlympicsGamesisahugeundertaking.Justliketheathletes,thehostcityspendsyearsgettingreadyfortheevent.BeforedecidingwhichcitywillhosttheOlympicGames,theInternationalOlympicCommittee(IOC)hastoexaminebidsfromallovertheworld.Biddingforthegamesbeginsabouttenyearsinadvance.Withoutpreparingaverystrongbid1,acitywillnotwinthecompetitiontohostthegames.Beijingwaschosenforthe2008gamesfromfivebidders—Osaka,Paris,TorontoandIstanbul.2Whydoesittakesolongtoprepare?Buildingtheinfrastructurecostshugeamountsofmoney.HoldingtheWorldCupin2002inJapanandSouthKorea,forexample,meantthattennewstadiumshadtobebuilt,aswellasmanyhotelsandanimprovedtransportsystem.InBeijing,afterwinningthebidthegovernmentbeganmajorconstructionprojects—theextensionoftheunderground,theimprovementoftheairportandthebuildingofnewmotorways3.EachhostcitymustalsobuildanOlympicvillagefortheathletes.Byplantingtreesandcreatingparks,thecitybecomesmoreattractivefortourists.WhydocountrieswanttohosttheOlympicGames?Hostingthegameshasamajoreffectontheeconomyandbringsinternationalprestigetothecountry.Thousandsandthousandsofvisitorscometothegamesandthehostcitiesarepermanentlyimproved.1.BiddingfortheOlympicGamesusuallystarts____________beforethegamesarereallyheld.A.tenyearsB.eightyearsC.twoyears2.Beijingwasoneofthe_______biddersforthe2008games.A.fourB.fiveC.three3.TheWorldCup2002washeldin_____________.A.JapanB.SouthKoreaC.AandB4.WhatconstructionprojectsdidBeijingstartafterwinningthebid?A.Theextensionoftheunderground.B.Theimprovementoftheairport.C.AandB.5.WhydocountrieswanttohosttheOlympicGames?A.Becauseithasamajoreffectontheeconomy.B.Becauseitbringsinternationalprestigetothecountry.C.AandB.提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干Astudyhasshownthatfitnessisthekey(1)longlife,irrespectiveofbodyshape(2)evensmokinghabits.Researchersdiscoveredthatpeoplewhoexerciselivelongerthan(3),eveniftheyareoverweightandsmoke.Thestudyfoundthat(4)fitofthe6,000middle-agedmeninthestudywerefivetimesmorelikelytodiewithinsixyearsofthestartoftheresearchthanthefittest.Thiswastrue(5)themenhadheartproblems,smokedorwereoverweight.Scientistsconcludedthatitwasbetter(6)andactivethanskinnyandsedentary.DrKencooper,afitnessexpert,said,“Youarebetteroffsmokingapacketofcigarettesadayandexercisingregularlythan(7)anon–smokerandsedentary.”Althoughheadds,“Butdon’tmisunderstandme.Iamnotendorsing(8),Iamtryingtotellyouhowdangerousitistobesedentary.”TheBritishGovernmentisputtingpressure(9)manufacturerstoreducehighlevelsofsugarinfoodandtorestrictthehard-sellofjunkfoodtochildreninordertoimprovethenation’shealth.ButthenewstudysuggeststheGovernmentshouldencouragemorepeople(10).1.A.forB.ofC.to2.A.orB.andC.but3.A.thosewhodoesnotB.thesewhodonotC.thosewhodonot4.A.thelittleB.theleastC.least5.A.ifornotB.whetherornotC.when6.A.beingfatB.tobefatC.todo7.A.beingB.beC.tobe8.A.smokedB.tosmokeC.smoking9.A.onB.forC.to10.A.exerciseB.exercisingC.toexercise
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题干Wehavetwocatsathome.OneisnamedMiloandtheotherMamma.Miloisaboycat.Boycatsarecalled‘Toms’.WethinkthatMammaisMilo’smother.ThatiswhywegaveherthenameMamma.Wedidn’tbuyMiloorMamma.Theywerestraycatsanddidn’thaveanywheretolive.Theystartedcomingintoourgarden.Theydidnotlookveryhealthy,sowestartedgivingthemmilk.Thentheystartedcomingintothehouse,soweadoptedthem.Becausehedidn’thaveahomewhenhewasakitten,Miloisnotveryfit.Wehavetotakehimtothevetonceeverythreemonthsforaspecialinjection.Theyhavelivedwithusnowfor5years.1.Sarahgotthecats______________________.A.beforeshemovedintoherhouseB.aftershemovedintothehouseC.whenshemovedintothehouse2.Sarahthinks______________________.A.MiloisaboyB.bothcatsareboysC.bothcatsaregirls3.Mammawasnamed‘Mamma’because__________________________.A.SarahlikesthenameB.sheisagirlC.theythinksheisMilo’smother4.MiloandMammawere__________________________.A.freetogetB.cheaptogetC.expensivetoget5.Miloisnotveryfitbecause_______________________________.A.hevisitsthevetforaninjectionB.hewasastrayC.heisoldnow提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干Althoughinternationaltravelisusuallyanexcitingandpleasantexperience,travellersshouldtakestepstoensurethattheirhealthdoesnotsuffereitherfromtheirtimeintheairorfromtheirtimeabroad.BeforeyougoCheckwithyourdoctororlocaltravelclinicwhichinjectionsarenecessaryfortheareasyouaretravellingto.Allowsufficienttimetohavetheseinjectionsbeforeyouleavebecausetheymaytaketimetobecomeeffective.Besurethattheinformationonhealthisup-to-date.CheckontheInternetifyouarenotsure.Don’tgotobedlatethedaybeforeyoufly.Duringtheflight1.JetLagYourbodyhasanaturaldailysleeppattern.Ittakestimetoadjusttoanewtimezone.Therearemanydifferenteffectsofjetlag:youmaynotbeabletosleep,youmaynotwanttoeatoryoumayfeelsickandtired.Youmaynotbeabletoconcentrateforsomedaysafteryouarrive.Thereareseveralthingsyoucandotolessentheeffectsofjetlag:-Doyourbesttorelaxduringtheflight;-Sleepasmuchasyoucanontheflight.Useamildsleepingpillifnecessary;-Drinkasmuchwaterasyoucan;-Don’tdrinkalcoholandcaffeine;-Takemildsleepingpillsforthefirstfewdaysinthenewtimezoneifyouneedthem.2.DeepVeinThrombosis(DVT)Ifyousitstillforlongperiodsoftime,youwillprobablygetswollenanklesandmusclecramps–thesearepainfulbutnotdangerous.However,themuchmoreseriousDVTmayalsooccuroccasionallyafterlongperiodsofinactivity—__________(1).Thisisnotonlytrueforairtravel—itisthesamefortravellersbybusortrainwhospendmanyhourssittingincrampedconditions.TominimisetheriskofDVTduringtheflight:-Stretchyourlegsandarmsoftenwhilesittinginyourseat;-_______________(2).Mostimportantly,ifyouhaveanyworriesaboutyourhealthduringtheflight,callaflightattendantandtellthemimmediatelyhowyoufeel.Theywillbeabletohelpyou.1.Whatdoestheword“sufficient”meaninline2inPara.2?A.enoughB.someC.efficient2.“JetLag”means__________.A.anaturaldailysleeppatternB.thetiredfeelingyouhavewhenflyingacrosstheplaceswheretimeisdifferentC.akindofacutedisease(急性病)D.thedifficultyinadjustingtoanewtimezone3.Whichofthefollowingmightbebestfilledinblank(1)?A.especiallyduringthetravel.B.it’slessdangerousalthoughitcanbepainful.C.it’sdangerousanditcanbepainful.4.Whichofthefollowingmightbethebestanswertobeputinblank(2)?A.Totakesomesleepingpillssothatyoucanfallasleep.B.Togetupandwalkaroundthecabinwhenyoucan.C.Tokeepyourfeetstillforanhour.5.What’sthepurposeofthispieceofwriting?A.Topersuadepeopletotakealongjourney.B.ToexplainwhatarejetlagandDVT.C.Toofferthetipsaboutinternationaltravel.提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干TheancientOlympicGames(1)partofareligiousfestivalinhonour(2)theGreekgodZeus,thefatherofallGreekgodsandgoddesses.Thefestivalandgames(3)inOlympia,areligiousSanctuary.Intheancientgames,athletesreceivedprizesworthlargeamountsofmoney.Infacttheword“athlete”isanancientGreekword,(4)“onewhocompetes(5)aprize”.ThemarathonwasnotaneventoftheancientOlympicGames.Themarathonisamoderneventthatwasfirst(6)intheOlympicGamesin1896.Itwas(7)avillagecalledMarathon(8)thePersians(9)byasmallGreekarmy.ThenewsofthevictorywasbroughttoAthensbyasoldier,whoranthe26milesfromthevillageofMarathontothecapital.26mileswas(10)adoptedasthedistanceofthemodernmarathonrace.1.A)isB)wereC)was2.A)forB)ofC)withD)after3.A)holdB)heldC)wereheldD)areheld4.A)meaningB)meanC)meant5.A)ofB)forC)as6.A)introducedB)introducingC)introduce7.A)nameforB)namedafterC)namedfor8.A)thatB)whichC)where9.A)weredefeatedB)aredefeatedC)defeated10.A)becauseB)furthermoreC)therefore
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题干Afunnythinghappenedonthewaytothecommunicationrevolution:westoppedtalkingtoeachother.Iwaswalkingintheparkwithafriendrecently,andhismobilephonerang,interruptingourconversation.Therewewere,walkingandtalkingonabeautifulsunnydayand–poof!–IwascutoffasifIhadbecomeabsentfromtheconversation.Theparkwasfilledwithpeopletalkingontheircellphones.Theywerepassingpeoplewithoutlookingatthem,sayinghello,noticingtheirbabiesorstoppingtopattheirdogs.Itseemsthatthelimitlesselectronicvoiceispreferredtohumancontact.Thetelephoneusedtoconnectyoutotheabsent.Nowitmakespeoplefeelabsent.RecentlyIwasinacarwiththreefriends.Thedriverhushedtherestofusbecausehecouldnothearthepersonontheotherendofhiscellphone.Therewewere,fourfriendsdrivingdownthehighway,unabletotalktoeachotherbecauseofthesmallthingdesignedtomakecommunicationeasier.Whyisitthatthemoreconnectedweget,themoredisconnectedIfeel?Everyadvanceincommunicationstechnologyisasetback(退步)totheclosenessofhumaninteraction.Withe-mailandinstantmessageovertheInternet,wecannowcommunicatewithoutseeingortalkingtooneanother.Withvoicemail,youcanmakeentireconversationswithouteverreachinganyone.Ifmymomhasaquestion,Ijustleavetheansweronhermachine.Asalmosteverycontactbetweenhumanbeingsgetsautomatic,theemotionaldistanceindexgoesup.Pumpinggasatthestation?Whysaygood-morningtotheassistantwhenyoucanswipeyoucreditcardatthepumpandsaveyourselfthebotherofhumancontact?Makingadepositatthebank?WhytalktotheclerkwholivesintheneighborhoodwhenyoucanputyourcardintotheATM?Moreandmore,Ifindmyselfhidingbehinde-mailtodoajobmeantforconversationorbeingrelievedthatvoicemailpickedupbecauseIdidn’treallyhavetimetotalk.Thetechnologydevotedtohelpingmekeepintouchismakingmelonelier.Iownamobilephone,anATMcard,avoice-mailtelephone,andane-mailaccount.Givingthemupisn’tachoice.Theyaregreatforwhattheyareintendedtodo.It’stheirunintendedresultsthatmakemeupset.Whatgoodisallthisgee-whiztechnologyifthereisnooneintheroomtohearyoucryingout“Geewhiz”?1.Theauthor’sexperienceofwalkinginaparkwithafriendrecentlymadehimfeel_____________.A.unhappyB.funnyC.wonderful2.Accordingtotheauthor,humancontactinaparkmeans____________.A.lookingateachotherandsayinghellowhenpassingB.noticingtheirbabiesandstoppingtopattheirdogsC.bothAandB3.Accordingtotheauthor,themoreconnectedwegetincommunicationstechnology,the___________weare.A.moreautomaticB.easierC.moredisconnected4.Whataretheexamplestheauthorgivestoexplainhisideathateveryadvanceincommunicationstechnologyisasetbacktotheclosenessofhumaninteraction?A.Withe-mailandinstantmessageovertheInternet,wecannowcommunicatewithoutseeingortalkingtooneanother.B.Withvoicemail,youcanmakeentireconversationswithouteverreachinganyone.C.BothAandB.5.Whatistheunintendedresultofcommunicationtechnology,accordingtotheauthor?A.Itmakescommunicationeasierandconversationpossibleeverywhere.B.Itactuallycreatesadistancebetweenpeopleinsteadofbringingthemtogether.C.Itmakeseverycontactbetweenhumanbeingsautomaticandmakespeoplefeelconnected.提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干PATtheDogDidyouknowtherearesomeveryspecialdogsdoinggoodworkinourhospitalwards?ThesearePAT(PetsAsTherapy)dogs.Doctorsandnursesarerecognisingthebenefitsofpetsmoreandmore—particularlyforchildren,peoplewithmentalillnessesandelderlypeoplewhoareseparatedfromtheirownpetsorhavehadtogiveuptheirpets.Strokingandplayingwithapetisacalmingexperienceandsomethingtolookforwardto.Onehospitalreportedthatamanwithamentalillness,whohadn’tspokenforyears,firststrokedandplayedwithavisitingdogandthenstartedtalkingtoit.Today,around4,500dogsand50catsandtheirvolunteerownersareatworkintheUKbringingcomfortandpleasuretoover100,000peopleinhospital.Therearemanyother‘workingdogs’.Thereareguarddogs,policedogs,huntingdogsanddogsfortheblind.Disabledpeoplebenefitgreatly.TakethecaseofAlanSmythe,whohastovisithospitaleverymonth.Somethingsaredifficultforhimbecauseheisinawheelchair.Buthislifehasaltereddramaticallysincehegotadog,Tess,fromthecharity’DogsfortheDisabled’.‘Shehelpsmetogetdressed,andshebringsmemysocksandshoes.Shefetchesthenewspaperfromtheshop,andshepassesmethephonewhenitrings.Ifeelsomuchbettertoo.It’slikehavingareallygoodfriend.Shecomeswithmetohospital.Once,shesavedmylife.Iamadiabeticandonedaymybloodsugarleveldropped,andwhenIwasgoingintoacomashewentnextdoorandshealertedmyneighbour.Hegavemeaninsulininjection.1.WhichofthefollowingstatementisTRUEaccordingtothepassage?A.Allthedogsareallowedintothehospitalstovisitthepatients.B.Onlysomespecialdogscanhelpthepatientsfeelbetter.C.Doctorsandnursesdoubtifpetscanbringcomforttothepatients.2.PetsareparticularlybeneficialtothefollowingEXCEPT_________.A.childrenB.peoplewithmentalillnessC.theelderlypeoplewholivealone3.ThefirstsentenceofPara.2suggests_________.A.petscanmakepeoplebecomequietandattentiveB.peoplefeeluncomfortablewhentheytouchandplaywithapetC.peoplefeelrelaxedandhopefulwhentheytouchandplaywithapet4.ThedoghelpsAlandothefollowingEXCEPT_________.A.ShehelpshergetdressedB.ShepicksupthephoneforherC.Shegetsthenewspaperforher5.Thesentence“whenIwasgoingtoacomma…”meansthat__________.A.whenIgothungry…B.whenIfelldownonthefloor…C.whenIbecameunconscious…提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干IntheUK,inbusinesssituations,whenyoumeetsomeone(1)thefirsttimeyoushakehandsandsay,“Howdoyoudo?”.Thisisnotreallyaquestion,andthereply(2)itisanothergreetingsuchas“Howdoyoudo?”or“Hello”or“I’mvery(3)tomeetyou”or,ifyouhavemetthepersonsometimebefore,“It’sgoodtoseeyouagain”.Youdon’t(4)handseverytimeyoumeetsomeone,youjustgreetthem.Ifyouareinvited(5)someone’shousefordinner,itisusualtotakeapresent–somechocolates(6)flowersor,ifyouknowthemquitewell,abottleofwine.Ifyoudonotknowthehostwell,don’tbethelastpersontoleave.Telephone(7)nextdaytothankthehostforthemeal.Englishpeopledon’tliketotalkaboutpersonalthings,andtendto(8)religion,politicsandmoney.Goodtopicsforsmalltalkaretheweather,holidays,weekendactivities,gardensandarchitecture,(9)housesandhomes.Whenyougotoapuborbar,it’susualtotake(10)tobuyadrinkforeveryoneinyourgroupandpayforthedrinkswhenyougetthemfromthebarandbeforeyoudrinkthem.1.A.atB.forC.since2.A.withB.afterC.to3.A.pleasingB.pleasedC.pleasant4.A.shakeB.touchC.feel5.A.atB.toC.with6.A.orB.-C.and7.A.-B.theC.within8.A.talkaboutB.likeC.avoid9.A.especiallyB.specialC.specially10.A.chanceB.opportunityC.turns
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题干Doyouwanttoimproveyourskillsandboostyourjobprospects?Wouldyouliketogiveanedgetoyouruniversityapplication?Wouldyouliketostudywhereandwhenyouwant-evenjustusingalaptop?Wouldyouliketosetyourowntimetable?ThenaDirectcourseistheoneforyou!Directoffersonlinecoursesinmanyareasincludingcomputing,businessandfinance.Nopreviouscomputerexperienceisrequired.LearningwithDirectDirectisnotalonelyexperience-it’slearninginavirtualclassroom.*Youwillbegivenanonlinetutorandhaveonlinetutorials.Thesewillbecompletelyconfidential.Youlogonwithasecurepassword.*Youcanchatwithotherstudentsonyourcourseininformalchatrooms.*Youcanjoinonlinediscussionforumsandseminargroupsatpre-arrangedtimes.Jointhee-learningrevolution!Coursesavailable?Business(Marketing,Management,Customercare,Selling)?FinanceandAccounting?Computing-Wordprocessing-Spreadsheets-Presentationpreparation-WebdesignBytheendofeachcourseyouwillhaveearnedaDirectCertificateandyouwillhavegainedthreecreditstowardsyourdiploma.PlansforexpansionBytheendofnextyearwewillhavesetupafullrangeofdesktopcomputersrighthereintheCentre,sothatevenifyoudonothaveoneathome,youcanstilllearnwithDirect.ToregistersimplycometotheDirectCentrewhenwe’reopen.DirectCentreopeningtimesMonday-Friday2p.m.–8p.m.Saturday–10a.m.–6p.m.Ortelephoneuson:0205667824e-mailuson:DIRECT@mamo.co.uk1.Thepassageiswrittenforthepurposeof________.A.informingthereaderofDirectCoursesB.introducinghowtoapplyforDirectCoursesC.arguingforDirectCourses2.WhichofthefollowingisNOTtrueabouttheDirect?A.Itoffersagreatvarietyofcourses.B.It’sane-learningexperience.C.Itrequiresyoutobeskilledincomputer.3.Basesonthepassage,wecaninferthatifwelearnwithDirect,wecan________.A.meetthetutorsonlineB.havenocontactwithotherstudentsC.jointhediscussionforumsandseminargroupsanytimeD.studyEnglishwell4.WecaninferfromthepassagethatifwewanttolearnwithDirect,________.A.wemustbuyalaptopB.weneedn’thaveourowncomputersC.weneedseveralcomputersathome5.Accordingtothepassage,ifwewanttoregisterforDirect,we’dbetter________.A.makeanappointmentbeforehandB.gosimplytotheDirectcentreeverymorningC.gosimplytotheDirectcentreduringtheiropeninghours提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干Peopleallovertheworldtodayarebeginningtohearandlearnmoreandmoreabouttheproblemofpollution.Pollutioniscausedeitherbyman’sreleaseofcompletelynewandoftenartificial(人造的)substancesintotheenvironment,orbyreleasinggreatlyincreasedamountsofanaturalsubstance(物质),suchasoilfromoiltankersintothesea.Whateveritsunderlyingreasons,thereisnodoubtthatmuchofthepollutioncausedcouldbecontrolledifonlycompanies,individualsandgovernmentswouldmakemoreefforts.Inthehomethereisanobviousneedtocontrollitterandwaste.Foodcomeswrappedupthreeoffourtimesinpackagesthatallhavetobedisposedof;drinksareincreasinglysoldinbottlesortinswhichcan’tbereused.Thisnotonlycausesalitterproblem,butalsoisagreatwasteofresources,intermsofglass,metalandpaper.Advertisinghashelpedthisprocessbypersuadingmanyofusnotonlytobuythingsweneitherwantnorneed,butalsotothrowawaymuchofwhatwedobuy.Pollutionandwastecombinetobeaproblemeveryonecanhelptosolvebycuttingoutunnecessarybuying,excessuseandcarelessdisposal(处理)oftheproductsweuseinourdailylives.1.Themaincauseofpollutionis__________.A.thereleaseofartificialornaturalsubstancesintotheenvironmentB.theproductionofnewindustrialgoodsC.increasedamountsofanaturalsubstance2.Muchofthepollutioncouldbecontrolledifonly__________.A.farmerswoulduselessartificialfertilizersB.governmentswouldtakeeffectivemeasuresC.allsidesconcernedwouldmakemoreefforts3.Foodpackages,bottlesandtinsfordrinkscancause__________.A.airandwaterpollutionB.bothalitterproblemandawasterofresourcesC.topayfortheservice4.Whichofthefollowingcannothelpsolvingtheproblemofpollution?A.Cuttingoutunnecessarybuying.B.ReduceexcessuseC.Eating.5.Whatdoestheunderlinedword“litter”meaninparagraph2?A.BitsofwastethingsB.seriousproblemC.industrialpollution提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干Moreandmorepeople(1)toinstallburglaralarmsintheirhousesiftheywanttogetinsurance.Insurancecompanies(2)peopleincertainareastoinstallthealarmsbeforetheywillgivetheminsuranceforthepastyear.Thisis(3)toincreasingcrimeinsomepartsofthecountry.Thiscanbeaproblemforpeople(4)arestrugglingtomake(5)endsmeet.Thealarms,(6)canbeveryexpensive,needtobeinstalledbyanelectrician.Itis(7)that20%ofhomeshavealarmsinstalled,andthatanother20%ofpeopleplan(8)buthavenotinstalledthem(9).Theinsurancecompaniestoldpeople(10)thealarmsonalldoorsandwindows.1)A.mustB.haveC.had2)A.havebeenaskingB.havebeenaskedC.asked3)A.causedB.becauseC.due4)A.whichB.whoC.-5)A.-B.theC.all6)A.whoB.thatC.which7)A.estimateB.estimatedC.estimating8)A.tohavetheminstalledB.tohavetheminstallingC.tohavebeeninstallingthem9)A.stillB.alreadyC.yet10)A.installB.toinstallC.installed
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题干Thechancesthatyouwillbeavictimofviolentcrimearelow.Butyoucanavoidriskinthefollowingways.ATHOME?Youshouldmakesureyourhouseorflatissecure.Alwayslockthedoorfromtheinsideatnight,butyoumustkeepthekeynearby,sothatyoucanuseittogetoutquicklyifthereisafire.?Youmustnevergivekeystoworkmenastheycaneasilymakecopies.?Ifyouwakeupandhearaburglar,stayquietlyinbed.Pretendyouareasleep.Ifyoufeelmoreconfident,switchonthelightandmakealotofnoise;evenifyouareonyourownyoushouldcalloutloudlytoanimaginarycompanion,sothattheburglarthinksyouarenotaloneandrunsaway.Youshouldhaveaphoneoramobileinyourbedroomtoalertthepoliceimmediately.?Ifyoucomehomeandthinkyouseesignsofabreak-in,youshouldn’tgoin,theburglarmaybeinside.Youshouldgotoaneighbourandcallthepolice.ONTHESTREETAtnight:?Alwayswalkfacingthetraffic,sothatacarcannotpullupbehindyou.?Youmustn’tgothroughparksorwoods.?Ifyouthinksomeoneisfollowingyou,crosstheroadoneortwotimes.Ifheorshecontinuestofollowyou,gotoapuborotherpublicplace.?Alwayscarryyourbagclosetoyou,butcarryyourhousekeysinyourpocketsothatyoucanopenthedoorquickly.Ifsomeoneattacksyou-rememberyoursafetyismoreimportantthanyourproperty.1.Thispassagemainlyfocuseson________.A.howtoavoidthecrimesbothathomeandinthestreetB.whatyoushoulddoathomeifthereisaburglaryC.howtoavoidthecrimeatnightinthestreet2.Ifyouwanttoguaranteeyouaresecureathome,youshould_________.A.alwayslockthedoorandputthekeyinasecretplacefarawayfromthedoorB.neverleavethekeystoworkmensincetheycaneasilymakecopiesC.keepsilentallthetimeevenifyouareonyourownwhenaburglarstealsintoyourhouse3.Basedonthepassage,ifyounoticesomeonefollowingyou,it’sbetterforyouto_________.A.shoutloudlyB.gotopublicplacesC.runquickly4.Whyshouldyouhaveatelephoneinthebedroom?A.Becausewemightuseittoalerttheburglary.B.Becauseit’sconvenientforustotalktoourfriendswhilelyingonbed.C.Becauseit’sconvenientforustoreporttothepoliceincasethereisaburglary.5.Fromthepassage,wecaninferthatwemightbevictimsif_________.A.wecannotpartwiththemoneywhenbeingattackedB.wedon’twalkintheemptystreetC.wecarrytoomuchcash提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干A15-year-oldboy,whowasfirstfoundguiltyoftheftattheageof12,wasconvictedofstealing22charityboxesyesterdayfromlocalshops.HewasarrestedwhilehewasdressedasawomanandhewaspretendingtobearepresentativeofthecharityHelpAid.Theboyhadbeenarrested80timesbeforeandneighbourssaythathehadcommittedover1,000offences.Onelocalpersonsaid,“He’salwaysincourt.We’vehadenoughofhim.”Hehadbeensenttoayoungpeople’sprisonontwooccasionsandhadbeenconvictedeighttimes-forburglary,assault,robberyandcriminaldamage.Atthetrialthejuryheardevidencefromtheshopownersthatoneofthemhadfinallycalledthepolicebecauseofwhathehadsaidafterhismobilephonerang.Hehadansweredthecallandhadstartedswearing.“Itwasonlyatthatpoint,”theshopownersaid,“ThatIrealiseditwasnottheusualladywhocollectstheboxes.”Aftertheverdict,hismother,whohadgivenevidenceinthecase,saidthatshewasunabletocontrolherson.Thejudgetoldthecourtthattheproblemsofthefamilycouldbeduetotheabsenceofafather.1.Theboywascaughtstealingwhilehewas_________.A.doingthecharityserviceB.doingshoppinginthelocalshopsC.dressedupasawomanrepresentativefromthecharityHelpAids2.WhichofthefollowingisNOTtrueaccordingtothesecondPara.2?A.Theboyhadbeenarrested80timesbefore.B.Itwassaidthattheboyhadcommittedmorethan1,000offences.C.Hehadbeenarrestedandthrownintoareformschoolfor8times3.Whydidoneoftheshopownerscallthepolice?A.Becausetheboyansweredthecallinarudeway.B.Becauseherecognizedtheboywhowasdressedasawoman.C.Becausetheboywasanewface.4.Accordingtothejudge,whydidtheboybecomeacriminal?A.Becausehermotherspoiledhim.B.Becausehecamefromasingle-parentfamily(单亲家庭).C.Becausehisfatherwastoobusytostaywithhim5.Whatdoesthetitleofthepassagesuggest?A.Theboysworetobeacharityworker.B.Theboywhopretendedtoawomancharityworkerwasspotted(认出)whilehewasswearingoverthephone.C.Thecharityworkerwhospokevulgarlanguage(粗话)wasfoundguilty.提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干TrafficinIndiameansamixtureofallkindsofvehiclesontheroad.About700,000newcars(1)inIndiainthelasttwelvemonths,andabouttwicethatmanyusedcarshavebeentraded.Thecountry’s35millionmotorcyclesandscootersmakeittheworld’slargesttwo-wheelmarket.Butbecausetherearestillbigdifferences(2)people’sincomes,theroadsarefullofawholevarietyof(3),lotsofthemnotmotorised.Aride(4)ataxidriverinNewDelhigivesaflavourofatypicalIndian-styletrafficwithallkindsofvehicleheldupincitystreetsorinlonglines(5)narrowcountrylanes.Cars,lorriesandbusesbackupbehindacart(6)byoneanimaloranother.”Indiahaseverythingontheroads,”thetaxidriversays.”Youhaveto(7)forpedestrians,bicycles,carts,cows,donkeysandevenelephants.Threethings(8)todrivehere,ahorn,brakesandgoodluck.”Justthenwewerestopped(9)ayoungboyandhiscow.Giventhehazards,it’snotsurprising(10)specialceremoniesareheldfornewcarownersinwhichthesteeringwheelandthedriverarebothblessed.1.A.havebeensoldB.havesoldC.hadbeensold2.A.ofB.overC.in3.A.carsB.vehiclesC.bikes4.A.inB.afterC.with5.A.inB.onC.at6.A.pulledB.pullingC.topull7.A.waitB.searchC.watchout8.A.wererecommendedB.toberecommendedC.arerecommended9.A.withB.byC.to10.A.thatB.whyC.when
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题干IntheUK,inbusinesssituations,whenyoumeetsomeoneforthefirsttimeyoushakehandsandsay,“Howdoyoudo?”.Thisisnotreallyaquestion,andthereplytoitisanothergreetingsuchas“Howdoyoudo?”or“Hello”or“I’mverypleasedtomeetyou”or,ifyouhavemetthepersonsometimebefore,“It’sgoodtoseeyouagain”.Youdon’tshakehandseverytimeyoumeetsomeone,youjustgreetthem.Ifyouareinvitedtosomeone’shousefordinner,itisusualtotakeapresent–somechocolatesorflowersor,ifyouknowthemquitewell,abottleofwine.Ifyoudonotknowthehostwell,don’tbethelastpersontoleave.Telephonethenextdaytothankthehostforthemeal.Englishpeopledon’tliketotalkaboutpersonalthings,andtendtoavoidreligion,politicsandmoney.Goodtopicsforsmalltalkaretheweather,holidays,weekendactivities,gardensandarchitecture,especiallyhousesandhomes.Whenyougotoapuborbar,it’susualtotaketurnstobuyadrinkforeveryoneinyourgroupandpayforthedrinkswhenyougetthemfromthebarandbeforeyoudrinkthem.1.Thefirstparagraphtellsus_________.A.whenyoumeetsomeoneforthefirsttime,youshouldshakehandsandsay,“Howdoyoudo?”B.whatyouusuallydoandsay,whenyoumeetanoldfriendC.howtogreetsomeoneinbusinesssituations2.Ifyouareinvitedtosomeone’shousefordinner,it’sbetterto_________.A.takeagiftsuchaschocolates,orflowersifyouknowthemquitewellB.takeabottleofperfumeforthehostessifyouknowherquitewellC.bidafarewellbeforethelastguestleavesifyoudon’tknowthemquitewell3.EnglishpeopleliketotalkaboutthefollowingEXCEPT_________.A.incomeandmarriageB.weekendactivitiesC.weather,holidays,4.Inthelastparagraph.thesentence“…,it’susualtotaketurnstobuyadrinkforeveryoneinyourgroup…”means_________.A.it’susualtoberesponsibleforthebillallthetimeB.it’susualtopayforadrinkoneaftertheotherinagroupC.it’susualtogoDutch5.Thesubjectmatterofthepassageis_________.A.BritishsocialcustomsB.BritishwayofgreetingpeopleC.sometaboosinBritain提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干BenjaminDisraeli,thefamousnineteenthcenturyprimeminister,said,“Londonisnotacity,-itisanation.”Todaythisisanunderstatement;London,withitsvastrangeofdifferentethnicgroups,isaworld.Certainly,Londonisthemostculturallydiversecityintheworld.ThecitywasfoundedbytheRomansandsincethennewarrivalshaveconstantlyaddedtoitscharacterandprosperity.Within10years40%ofLondonerswillbefromethnicminoritygroups,includingthegrowingnumberofLondonersofmixedethnicorigin,butmostofthemwillhavebeenborninBritain.ChildrenofCaribbean-ChinesemarriageswillgotoschoolwithchildrenofRussian-Irishcouples.NoneofthemwillbeEnglishbutallofthemwillbeLondoners.MostofBritain’sethnicminorityresidentsliveinthecapital,speakingover300languages.NearlyalloftheAfricanpopulationandmanyoftheCaribbeanpopulationofBritainliveinLondon(83%and58%respectively);39%oftheChinesepopulationofBritainand36%oftheAsianpopulationofBritainliveinLondon.ThelargestmigrantcommunityisfromtheIrishRepublicwith256,000people,3.8%ofthetotalpopulationofLondon.Thereareanestimated330,000refugeesandasylumseekerslivinginLondon,withmostrecentarrivalscomingfromEasternEurope,NorthAfricaandKurdistan.Youngpeople,inparticular,areskilledatdealingwithalargenumberofdifferentandhybridcultures.Theythemselvesoftenhaveseveraldifferentethnicidentitiessincetheirparentsandgrandparentsmaycomefromseveraldifferentbackgroundsandtheirfriendsandpartnersdoalso.Theyare“skilledcross-culturaltravellers”withoutleavingtheirhome-town.1.WhydoesthewriterthinkthatBenjaminDisraeli’sstatementisanunderstatement?BecausehethinksLondonis_________.A.aminiatureworldthankstoitsgreatculturaldiversityB.evenlargerthansomecountriesintheworldC.notanationatall2.Whydoesthewriterthinknewarrivalsareanadvantage(好处)toLondon?A.Becausetheyhaveregularlyincreaseditscharacterandprosperity.B.BecausetheyspeakdifferentlanguagesC.Becausetheyareuniqueethnicminoritygroups3.Ethnicminoritygroupswillmakeup_________oftheLondonpopulationinthefuture.A.36%B.40%C.39%4.ThelastparagraphmainlytellsusinLondon_________.A.youngpeoplefeelateasewithalargenumberofdiversifiedculturesB.youngpeopleareraisedinamulticulturalenvironmentC.youngpeoplefindithardtoadaptthemselvestohybridcultures5.Thepassagemainlydealswith_________.A.theadvantageofhybridculturesinLondonB.thecompositionofthepopulationinLondonC.theculturaldiversityinLondon提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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They were convicted ___ having killed 20 persons.
A. of

B. with

C. for
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Oh, time is up and we must go _______.
A. straight off

B. straight away

C. straight up
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These old housed are to be knocked_____.
A. off

B. down

C. out
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The sound outside distracted him ____ his homework.
A. of

B. from

C. off
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He is doing some research on the ____ system of animals.
A. auditory

B. sound

C. listening
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You can’t use the bike at once-you have to ______.
A. take a turn

B. take turn

C. take turns
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If you drive your car in that way, you’ll end __ in hospital.
A. up

B. in

C. off
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If you are doctor, you must have a doctor’s_____.
A. license

B. certificate

C. diploma
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I am not guilty ____ this crime.
A. with

B. of

C. for
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Why did you choose that one ___?
A. for particular

B. in particular

C. on particular
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The patient acted on the doctor’s _________ and finally recovered.
A. advices

B. advice

C. advise
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By the end of this year, I _______enough money for a holiday.
A. will save

B. will be saving

C. will have saved
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1. I prefer classic music __________ pop music.
a. than

b. on

c. to
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You _______ to lock the door at night.
A. should

B. ought

C. must

D. shall
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2. All the team members tried their best. We lost the game, _________.
a. however

b. therefore

c. since
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I have _______finished the report.
A. yet

B. already

C. still
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Before I got to the cinema, the film _________.
A. had begun

B. has begun

C. was beginning
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A lecture hall is _________ where students attend lectures.
A. there

B. which

C. one
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Given the high price, _______ it’s not surprising they didn’t buy it.
A. and

B. but

C. –
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If you go by car, you’ll get there _______40 minutes.
A. within

B. about

C. under
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题干IntheUK,inbusinesssituations,whenyoumeetsomeone(1)thefirsttimeyoushakehandsandsay,“Howdoyoudo?”.Thisisnotreallyaquestion,andthereply(2)itisanothergreetingsuchas“Howdoyoudo?”or“Hello”or“I’mvery(3)tomeetyou”or,ifyouhavemetthepersonsometimebefore,“It’sgoodtoseeyouagain”.Youdon’t(4)handseverytimeyoumeetsomeone,youjustgreetthem.Ifyouareinvited(5)someone’shousefordinner,itisusualtotakeapresent–somechocolates(6)flowersor,ifyouknowthemquitewell,abottleofwine.Ifyoudonotknowthehostwell,don’tbethelastpersontoleave.Telephone(7)nextdaytothankthehostforthemeal.Englishpeopledon’tliketotalkaboutpersonalthings,andtendto(8)religion,politicsandmoney.Goodtopicsforsmalltalkaretheweather,holidays,weekendactivities,gardensandarchitecture,(9)housesandhomes.Whenyougotoapuborbar,it’susualtotake(10)tobuyadrinkforeveryoneinyourgroupandpayforthedrinkswhenyougetthemfromthebarandbeforeyoudrinkthem.1.A.atB.forC.since2.A.withB.afterC.to3.A.pleasingB.pleasedC.pleasant4.A.shakeB.touchC.feel5.A.atB.toC.with6.A.orB.-C.and7.A.-B.theC.within8.A.talkaboutB.likeC.avoid9.A.especiallyB.specialC.specially10.A.chanceB.opportunityC.turns
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题干Thechancesthatyouwillbeavictimofviolentcrimearelow.Butyoucanavoidriskinthefollowingways.ATHOME?Youshouldmakesureyourhouseorflatissecure.Alwayslockthedoorfromtheinsideatnight,butyoumustkeepthekeynearby,sothatyoucanuseittogetoutquicklyifthereisafire.?Youmustnevergivekeystoworkmenastheycaneasilymakecopies.?Ifyouwakeupandhearaburglar,stayquietlyinbed.Pretendyouareasleep.Ifyoufeelmoreconfident,switchonthelightandmakealotofnoise;evenifyouareonyourownyoushouldcalloutloudlytoanimaginarycompanion,sothattheburglarthinksyouarenotaloneandrunsaway.Youshouldhaveaphoneoramobileinyourbedroomtoalertthepoliceimmediately.?Ifyoucomehomeandthinkyouseesignsofabreak-in,youshouldn’tgoin,theburglarmaybeinside.Youshouldgotoaneighbourandcallthepolice.ONTHESTREETAtnight:?Alwayswalkfacingthetraffic,sothatacarcannotpullupbehindyou.?Youmustn’tgothroughparksorwoods.?Ifyouthinksomeoneisfollowingyou,crosstheroadoneortwotimes.Ifheorshecontinuestofollowyou,gotoapuborotherpublicplace.?Alwayscarryyourbagclosetoyou,butcarryyourhousekeysinyourpocketsothatyoucanopenthedoorquickly.Ifsomeoneattacksyou-rememberyoursafetyismoreimportantthanyourproperty.1.Thispassagemainlyfocuseson________.A.howtoavoidthecrimesbothathomeandinthestreetB.whatyoushoulddoathomeifthereisaburglaryC.howtoavoidthecrimeatnightinthestreet2.Ifyouwanttoguaranteeyouaresecureathome,youshould_________.A.alwayslockthedoorandputthekeyinasecretplacefarawayfromthedoorB.neverleavethekeystoworkmensincetheycaneasilymakecopiesC.keepsilentallthetimeevenifyouareonyourownwhenaburglarstealsintoyourhouse3.Basedonthepassage,ifyounoticesomeonefollowingyou,it’sbetterforyouto_________.A.shoutloudlyB.gotopublicplacesC.runquickly4.Whyshouldyouhaveatelephoneinthebedroom?A.Becausewemightuseittoalerttheburglary.B.Becauseit’sconvenientforustotalktoourfriendswhilelyingonbed.C.Becauseit’sconvenientforustoreporttothepoliceincasethereisaburglary.5.Fromthepassage,wecaninferthatwemightbevictimsif_________.A.wecannotpartwiththemoneywhenbeingattackedB.wedon’twalkintheemptystreetC.wecarrytoomuchcash提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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题干IntheUK,inbusinesssituations,whenyoumeetsomeoneforthefirsttimeyoushakehandsandsay,“Howdoyoudo?”.Thisisnotreallyaquestion,andthereplytoitisanothergreetingsuchas“Howdoyoudo?”or“Hello”or“I’mverypleasedtomeetyou”or,ifyouhavemetthepersonsometimebefore,“It’sgoodtoseeyouagain”.Youdon’tshakehandseverytimeyoumeetsomeone,youjustgreetthem.Ifyouareinvitedtosomeone’shousefordinner,itisusualtotakeapresent–somechocolatesorflowersor,ifyouknowthemquitewell,abottleofwine.Ifyoudonotknowthehostwell,don’tbethelastpersontoleave.Telephonethenextdaytothankthehostforthemeal.Englishpeopledon’tliketotalkaboutpersonalthings,andtendtoavoidreligion,politicsandmoney.Goodtopicsforsmalltalkaretheweather,holidays,weekendactivities,gardensandarchitecture,especiallyhousesandhomes.Whenyougotoapuborbar,it’susualtotaketurnstobuyadrinkforeveryoneinyourgroupandpayforthedrinkswhenyougetthemfromthebarandbeforeyoudrinkthem.1.Thefirstparagraphtellsus_________.A.whenyoumeetsomeoneforthefirsttime,youshouldshakehandsandsay,“Howdoyoudo?”B.whatyouusuallydoandsay,whenyoumeetanoldfriendC.howtogreetsomeoneinbusinesssituations2.Ifyouareinvitedtosomeone’shousefordinner,it’sbetterto_________.A.takeagiftsuchaschocolates,orflowersifyouknowthemquitewellB.takeabottleofperfumeforthehostessifyouknowherquitewellC.bidafarewellbeforethelastguestleavesifyoudon’tknowthemquitewell3.EnglishpeopleliketotalkaboutthefollowingEXCEPT_________.A.incomeandmarriageB.weekendactivitiesC.weather,holidays,4.Inthelastparagraph.thesentence“…,it’susualtotaketurnstobuyadrinkforeveryoneinyourgroup…”means_________.A.it’susualtoberesponsibleforthebillallthetimeB.it’susualtopayforadrinkoneaftertheotherinagroupC.it’susualtogoDutch5.Thesubjectmatterofthepassageis_________.A.BritishsocialcustomsB.BritishwayofgreetingpeopleC.sometaboosinBritain提示:请将正确答案的序号(大写字母ABC)填写在空白处,系统自动判分您的答案是:1.2.3.4.5.
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利用所给提示写一篇短文,说明高中生活和大学生活的不同。

提示:

is quite different from

have to, must

ask students to do many tasks

be responsible for

for example

put on

spend more time studying by themselves

作文题目:High School Life and College Life
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