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To protect you and your fellow passenger...

To protect you and your fellow passengers, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is required by law to inspect all checked baggage. As part of this process, some bags are opened and inspected. Your bag was among those selected for inspection.

During the inspection, your bag and its contents may have been searched for items forbidden by law such as fireworks, fuels, gunpowder, etc. At the completion of the inspection, the contents were returned to your bag, which was resealed (重新封口) with a “special” lock.

If the TSA screener was unable to open your bag for inspection because it was locked, the screener may have been forced to break the locks on your bag. TSA sincerely regrets having to do this, and has taken care to reseal your bag upon completion of inspection. However, TSA is not liable for damage to your locks resulting from necessary precaution.

For packing tips and other suggestions that may assist you during your next trip, visit: www.tsatraveltips.us.

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation .If you have questions, comment,or concerns , please feel free to contact the Transportation Security Administration Consumer Response Centre:

Phone: toll-free at (866)289-9673


Section 110(b)of the Aviation and Transportation Security Act of 2001,49


1.The leaflet(宣传单) is trying to __________.

A. introduce one of the security acts

B. persuade people to contact TSA

C. warn against the damage of locking the baggage

D. inform people of baggage inspection

2.The leaflet is most probably provided by TSA to those who __________.

A. had their baggage selected for inspection

B. refused to have their baggage checked

C. kept some damaged items in their baggage

D. left their baggage unlocked

3.The underlined word “liable” means ___________.

A. suitable by law               B. permitted by law

C. responsible by law            D. prepared by law

4.For packing tips and other suggestions, visit __________.

A. telltsa@tas.dot.gov           B. www.tsatraveltips.us

C. toll-free at (866)289-9673      D. TSA Consumer Response Centre


1.D 2.A 3.C 4.B 【解析】 试题分析:本文是一份宣传页。内容是通知乘客所有的行李都要通过安检,在安检时要自行把包打开进行检查,对于上锁的行李安检人员会借助于工具将其打开,但是对此造成的损害不负任何责任。此外宣传单还提供了电话,email等方便乘客咨询。 1.D推理判断题。从文章第一段的法律规定内容the Transportation Securit...

You’re finishing up your history homework when your cell phone rings. You’ve got 30 minutes to reach head-quarters, get your equipment packed and receive your task. There’s a lost hiker in the mountains near the edge of town. Your task: find the missing person; provide emergency medical treatment, if necessary; and be prepared to operate 48 hours on your own with only the supplies you carry.

Sounds like some kind of film’s plot? Not if you’re a member of the Arapahoe teen rescue patrol in the suburbs of Denver. About 25 teen guys and girls are active members of this search, rescue and emergency organization, and they know firsthand that you don’t have to be an adult to save lives.

These 9th-through-12th graders are the real deal when it comes to emergency services. In fact, they’re the only teen-commanded patrol in the nation. Sure they have adult advisers to turn to if necessary, but in the field it’s a teen patrol officer calling the shots — sometimes even giving direction to adults.

Members are trained in rock-high-angle,swift-water and avalanche rescue (雪崩施行营救), winter and alpine operation , wilderness life support and emergency care, among other skills. They also regularly ride along with the local fire and police departments, providing support such as security details and evidence searching.

When asked what qualities make a good patrol member, founder and president Stan Bush named good physical conditioning and an interest in helping people. “We put in lots and lots of hours helping people in trouble,” he says. “So if a person is not really interested in doing that kind of thing, he won’t last as a member.”

1.In the first paragraph, the author describes ______.

A. a plot in some kind of film                                 B. a teen patrol member’s life

C. an emergency rescue                                                  D. a lost hiker in trouble

2.Which of the following is NOT true about the Arapahoe teen rescue patrol?

A. They are trained to have many special skills.

B. They also work with local firemen and policemen.

C. They turn to adults for help sometimes.

D. They think they can save lives only when growing up.

3.If you want to become a good rescue patrol member, you must ______.

A. be strong and interested in offering help

B. be a 9th-through-12th grader

C. finish your history homework first

D. spend many hours helping people first

4.What would be the best title for the passage?

A. What qualities make a good patrol member?

B. The Arapahoe teen rescue patrol

C. How to become a rescue patrol member

D. Skills a rescue patrol member needs



It was 20 years ago. I was driving home with my 4-year-old son. Traffic was light. I was singing quietly along   36   the song playing on the radio. I   37   at the intersection and looked both ways. The road was   38  . I slowly started to make a right turn when suddenly a car rounded the curve at high speed and came   39   at me. I stomped (猛踩) on the brakes of my car killing the engine in the process. The speeder zoomed (疾驰) past my dead car   40   me by inches without even slowing down.

  41   I knew it, a stream of rude words was flying from my lips,   42   after the car and its driver. I then saw my son who was staring up at me   43  . With a red face and a(an)   44   smile I started the car, pulled back onto the road, and headed home.

Later that evening I was reading a book when I heard certain    45   words coming from my son’s bedroom. He was replaying the   46   over and over in his mind. Too   47   I realized the   48   of those words that had flown from my lips in that moment of   49  . It took a lot of talks about good language and bad language with my son to undo (消除)the   50   of that incident.

That   51   , however, did teach me just how strong words   52   be. It helped me to decide to stop swearing (咒骂) in my own life and to start using words that uplift and inspire instead. I slowly realized that language is a   53   from God and should be used to make our world better but not worse. I learned    54   that a few loving words can help a hurting heart, strengthen a   55   spirit, and lighten a heavy load. I pray then that all of your words today are full of love, joy, happiness, and light.

1.A. to                B. by                   C. through             D. over

2.A. pushed up      B. pulled up           C. put up             D. forced up

3.A. clean            B. light                 C. clear               D. busy

4.A. hard             B. straight              C. far                  D. high

5.A. leaving           B. missing              C. knocking            D. approaching

6.A. When           B. After                C. Before              D. Until

7.A. chasing          B. pursuing            C. looking              D. seeking

8.A. awfully           B. innocently          C. bravely              D. typically

9.A. pleased         B. embarrassed        C. surprised           D. worried

10.A. acute                    B. unpleasant     C. dynamic       D. marvelous

11.A. music          B. story                C. language            D. incident

12.A. sorry          B. badly               C. soon                D. late

13.A. power       B. importance         C. nature             D. potential

14.A. fear           B. worry               C. anger               D. regret

15.A. damage      B. lesson               C. image               D. process

16.A. mistake                B. leisure               C. nonsense       D. mystery

17.A. should         B. can                     C. need                   D. would

18.A. evidence               B. donation            C. gift                 D. talent

19.A. or                                B. otherwise               C. too                          D. whereas

20.A. challenging     B. struggling            C. rising               D. caring



--You will get into big trouble ____ you can’t prove that you didn’t cheat in the exam.

--I know. I will collect enough evidence to make them believe me.

A. unless   B. when    C. although        D. while



How can you take____ for granted that you can get something for nothing?

A. /                                 B. that                        C. this                     D. it



He has got the job because he has the advantage ____ others of knowing many languages.

A. over                                  B. above                               C. against                              D. beyond



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