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近几年,很多学校开设了特色课程(special classes),如摄影、手工制作、网球等等。我校开设此类课程已有一段时间,现向同学们征集对此类课程的看法。以下是你们班同学的观点,请根据表格中内容并结合你自己的想法谈一谈对特色课程的看法。

Some students think…

Other students think…

Your opinion

help to develop students’ interests;

get more knowledge;

a waste of time;

not helpful for lessons;

 

 

 

注意:(1)词数80左右,开头可借鉴已给内容也可自己写

(2)文章应包括题中所提的所有要点,可适当发挥,以使行文连贯;

(3)文中请勿提及你的真实姓名和学校。

(供参考首句:Recently, many schools have offered some specials classes to students, such as photography classes, handicraft classes and tennis classes.)

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A—G为七本畅销书,看完71-75题的叙述后,请根据题意为每个人选择最合适的一本书。

71. Today people write to, even talk to others on the computer. Nancy wants to learn more about it.

72. Mary is a good mother. She believes eating proper food is important. She likes to help her children grow better with proper food.

73. Jack often sits at the desk studying all night, but he still gets poor grades. He hopes to do better on the tests.

74. Bob’s sister wants him to move to New York. But he isn’t sure whether that is a good idea. He needs to know more about the country.

75. Jenny is confused that there are too many used plastic bags and old newspapers at home. She doesn’t know what to do with them.

1.______

2.______

3.______

4.______

5.______

 

A. 根据下列句子及所给汉语注释,写出空白处各单词的正确形式,每空一词

1.A popular activity during Easter is to hide eggs around your home or garden for friends and _____(亲戚).

2.He used to be a very quiet teenager. He remained silent most of the time and _____(很少)talked to other people.

3.In many countries, it is often _____(不礼貌的)to ask very direct questions when you meet someone for the first time.

4.The British teacher is very _____(幽默的). He always tells us interesting jokes.

5.This book is very useful. It tells you how to _____(避免)getting ill while travelling.

6.Basketball was invented by a _____(加拿大的)doctor named James Naismith.

7.The boy was finally saved by the policeman, but unluckily his legs were _____(严重的)hurt.

8.Don’t get back too late. Your parents will worry about your _____(安全).

9.I felt really excited when I _____(收到)a letter from my old friends.

10.Lacey has a back injury that may _____(阻止)him from playing in tomorrow’s game.

 

Do you want to cure all the diseases in the world? It seems like an impossible job, but Priscilla Chan is trying really hard to achieve it.

Chan is a 32-year-old woman from the United States. Many people may know her as the wife of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. But Chan herself has done a lot to help people.

Chan and Zuckerberg said in September they would give out $3 billion(20 billion yuan) in the next 10 years to help deal with all of the world’s diseases. As a doctor, Chan was a big driver in this decision. “We hope that all of our children can live long and healthy lives in the future,” she said.

Besides health, Chan also cares about children’s education. Before becoming a doctor, Chan taught science to fourth and fifth graders at a school in California for a year. This year she started a project called The Primary School. It provides education for children from kindergarten to the twelfth grade.

Chan herself knows how important education is to a child. She has a Chinese father and a Vietnamese mother. Her parents didn’t receive much education. But they worked hard to make sure Chan and their other two daughters would have the best opportunities. Chan went to Harvard University in 2003 and now works as a doctor. “ I realized that I was so lucky to be what I was,” said Chan. “so now, I will try my best to help others. I hope they can also have their opportunities to reach their dreams and be what they would like to be.”

1.Why did Chan and her husband give out 3 billion dollars?

A. To help kids receive better education.

B. To help deal with all of the world’s diseases.

C. To help kids reach their dreams.

D. To give the poor people some money and make them rich.

2.What’s the meaning of “driver” in Paragraph 3?

A. 推动者    B. 放牧人    C. 驾驶员    D. 马车夫

3.The Primary School in the passage _____________________________.

A. is a place where children have classes

B. is where Chan worked as a science teacher

C. is a project started by Chan this year

D. provides education for children from the first grade to the sixth grade

4.Which word can best describe Priscilla Chan according to the above passage?

A. Humorous.    B. Warm-hearted    C. Smart    D. Creative

 

For centuries, the body’s blood has been connected closely with the feelings. People who show no human emotions or feelings are said to be cold-blooded.

Cold can affect other parts of the body. But the expression ―get cold feet‖ has nothing to do with cold or your feet. The expression means being afraid to do something you have decided to do. For example, you agree to be CEO of a company. But then you learn that all the other officers have resigned (辞职), and all the work of the company will be your responsibility (责任). You are likely to get cold feet about being CEO when you understand the situation.

The expression “give someone the cold shoulder” probably comes from the physical act of turning your back toward someone, instead of speaking to him face to face. You may give the cold shoulder to a friend who has not kept a promise (遵守诺言) he made to you, or to someone who has lied about you to others.

“A cold fish”is not a fish. It is a person. But it is a person who is unfriendly, unemotional and shows no love or warmth. A cold fish does not offer much of himself to anyone. Someone who is a cold fish could be cold-hearted. He or she will never feel sorry for those in bad situation.

“Out in the cold” means not getting something that everybody else got. A person might say that everybody but him got a pay raise—he was left out in the cold. And it is not a pleasant place to be.

1.How many expressions about ―cold‖ are mentioned in the passage?

A. Two.    B. Three.    C. Four.    D. Seven.

2.If you ―get cold feet‖, it means  “ ______”

A. your feet are very cold

B. you offer much of yourself to anyone

C. you miss something that everybody else got

D. you are afraid to do something you have decided to do

3.You may think of an unfriendly person as “ ______”

A. a cold fish    B. the cold feet

C. the cold shoulder    D. being out in the cold

4.What’s the passage mainly about?

A. Ways of making friends.

B. Advice on keeping warm.

C. Expressions connected with ―cold‖.

D. Opinions about cold-hearted people.

 

You never said “I’m leaving”   In Life I loved you dearly

You never said “goodbye” In death I love you still

You were gone before I knew it In my heart you hold a place

And only God knew why That no one could ever fill

There are no words to tell you It broke my heart to lose you

Just what I feel inside But you didn’t go alone

The shock, the hurt, the anger For part of me went with you

Might gradually subside (平息) The day God took you home

Thousands of times I’ll need you Things will never be the same

Thousands of times I’ll cry And although it hurts so bad

If Love alone could have saved you I will smile whenever I hear your name

You never would have died And take pride you were my dad

In death I love you still

In my heart you hold a place,

That no one could ever fill

It broke my heart to lose you,

But you didn’t go alone

For part of me went with you,

The day God took you home.

Things will never be the same

And although it hurts so bad

I will smile whenever I hear your name

And take pride you were my dad.

1.The text is probably a(an) _______

A. ad.    B. notice    C. poem    D. story

2.The writer writes the text to_______.

A. God    B. peace    C. life    D. father

3.From the text, we can know the writer is_______.

A. sad    B. angry    C. happy    D. surprised

 

Twenty years ago, I drove a taxi for a living. One early morning, I ______ a call for a taxi. When I arrived at the building, it was 2:30 a.m. and I found the building was dark except for the only light in a first floor window.

Many drivers would just shout once or twice and then drove away, but I thought this ______ might need my help. So I walked to the door and knocked, “Just a minute,” answered a _______, elderly voice. After a long time, the door opened. A small old man showed up before me, ______a small bag. He kept thanking me for my ______. “It’s nothing,” I told him.

“Oh, you’re such a good man.” He said. When we got into the taxi, he gave me a (an) _______, and then asked, “Could you drive through the city center?”

“But it wasn’t the ______way.” I answered quickly. “Oh, I’m in no hurry.” He said. “I’m on my way to a hospital. I don’t have any family left. The ______ says I don’t have much time left.

I ______ started the taxi and shut off the meter(计程器). For the next two hours, we drove through the city center. He showed me the building where he once worked. We drove ______ the church where he got married. He would never forget that happy moment. Sometimes he’d ask me to slow down in front of a building and would sit ______the darkness for a long time, saying nothing. When the sun began to rise, we drove in silence to the address he had given me. When we arrived, ________ without thinking, I gave him a big hug. “You gave an old man a little moment of ______. Thank you!” He said with tears in his eyes.

I was completely lost in thought for the rest of the day. What would happen if I had refused to do ________ I did? We always think that there are no ______ moments in our lives, but great moments are just in what others may think small and unimportant ones!

1.A. made    B. received    C. accepted    D. gave

2.A. driver    B. policeman    C. guide    D. passenger

3.A. strong    B. loud    C. weak    D. sweet

4.A. carrying    B. taking    C. wearing    D. fetching

5.A. difference    B. kindness    C. happiness    D. surprise

6.A. order    B. address    C. idea    D. promise

7.A. busiest    B. longest    C. quietest    D. shortest

8.A. teacher    B. policeman    C. doctor    D. neighbor

9.A. easily    B. noisily    C. luckily    D. quietly

10.A. from    B. through    C. in    D. past

11.A. looking up    B. looking through    C. looking after    D. looking into

12.A. hardly    B. almost    C. ever    D. usually

13.A. pleasure    B. disappointment    C. sadness    D. pain

14.A. how    B. what    C. why    D. when

15.A. awful    B. bad    C. great    D. peaceful

 

 

1.What time did the writer use to get up?

A. 6:00    B. 5:45    C. 6:15

2.How far did the writer use to walk from home to school every day?

A. Two kilometers    B. Three kilometers    C. Four kilometers

3.What animal did the writer have to feed every morning?

A. His father’s cows    B. His lovely dog    C. His father’s chickens

4.Why didn’t the writer watch TV?

A. The TV was broken    B. It was boring.    C. He didn’t have one.

5.What does the writer think of the old days?

A. He thinks they were boring.

B. He worries about the old days.

C. He thinks he had some good times.

 

听下面一段较长对话,回答以下小题。

1.Why can’t Mike go hiking tomorrow morning?

A. He has to do his homework.

B. He has to take English lessons.

C. He has to help with housework.

2.What’s Mike’s dream?

A. To study abroad.    B. To take English lessons.    C. To have a healthy body.

3.Where will they meet?

A. In the classroom.    B. At the bus stop.    C. At the school gate.

 

When will the party begin?

A. 6:15.    B. 6:45.    C. 7:15.

 

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