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假如你叫李华,是校报的英语小记者。校报英语园地本期的话题是Festivals and Holidays。你打算以My Favorite Festival为题进行演讲,请根据写作提纲,介绍你最喜欢的传统节日——春节。

内容包括:1. 春节的重要性;2. 主要庆祝活动; 3. 你喜欢的原因。

注意:词数100左右。  参考词汇:对联couplet   灯笼 lantern 压岁钱lucky money

 

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

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。   修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;   只允许修改 10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

Yesterday I stepped into a restaurant for lunch. As I was waiting my order to come, I noticed the old man in a wheelchair roll himself over to a table. No one besides me seemed to notice him. I got up and go over to his table and asked if that I could get him something to drink. He smiled and said, “Thank you.You are generously. I’d like any orange juice, please.”When I was getting ready to leave, I walked by the old man’s table to saying goodbye. He thanked me again and told me I had made his days, coming over and helping him out. I gave him a hug and told him he had made my day, either.

 

 

Have you ever gone1.(travel) abroad?2.(actual), it is interesting to visit another country,3.can broaden our mind and make us have an unforgettable experience, but sometimes there4.(be) some problems when we don’t know the language very well. It may be5.(difficulty) to talk with the people there. We may not know how to use the telephone in the country which we are6.(visit). We may not know how to buy the things we need. In a strange country we may not know where to eat7.what to order in a restaurant. It is not easy8.(decide) how much money to tip waiters or taxi drivers. When we are helpless, we may not know how to ask9.help. After a short time, however, we learn what to do and what to say. We learn to enjoy10.(live) in another country, and then we may be sorry to leave both the place and the people. It’s a pity, isn’t it?

 

There are two main sets of Games — the Winter and the Summer Olympics, and both are 1. every four years on a 2. basis.

  Only 3. who have reached the agreed standard for their events will be 4. as competitors. They may come from anywhere in the world.

  I have even been put into space 5.and sent to 6.. the Moon and Mars. 7. my goal is to provide humans with a life of high quality. I am now truly filled with 8. that I am a devoted friend and helper of the human race.

  The flying 9.travelled so fast that next minute they were in Zimbabwe. Daisy turned 10. and found that she was being watched by an elephant.

  “ Have you come to take my photo? ” it asked. In 11. Daisy burst into 12.. “ Don’t laugh, ” said the elephant, “we used to be an endangered species. Farmers hunted us without 13..

So the 14.decided to help. They allowed tourists to hunt only a 15. number of animals.

 

 

I want to share a true story with you. I am____that it can inspire (激励) everyone. Let’s be likelamps() or candles to light people’s____

Some of my____work in Australia. Among the natives, there was an elderly man. I am sure that you have____been in a situation as difficult as that____old man’s. He was completely ignored by everyone. His____was disordered and dirty.

I told him, “Please let me____your house, wash your clothes, and make your bed.” He answered, “I’m____with this. Let it be.”

I said again, “It will be still better if you____me to do it.”

He finally____So I was able to clean his house and wash his clothes. I____a beautiful lamp, which was covered with____Only God knows how many____had passed since he last lit it.

I said to him, “Don’t you light your lamp? Don’t you ever____it?”

He answered, “No. No one comes to see me. I have no____to light it. Who would I light it for?”

I asked, “Would you light it every____my sisters came?”

He replied, “Of course.”

From that day on, my sisterscommitted (投入) themselves to____him every evening. We cleaned the lamp and he would____it every evening.

Two years passed. I had completely____that man. He sent this message: “Tell my friends that the light they lit in my life continues to____still.”

1.A. surprised    B. satisfied    C. afraid    D. sure

2.A. houses    B. plans    C. life    D. clothes

3.A. sisters    B. neighbors    C. brothers    D. children

4.A. always    B. never    C. recently    D. already

5.A. clever    B. strong    C. healthy    D. poor

6.A. bag    B. station    C. home    D. office

7.A. build    B. clean    C. remove    D. paint

8.A. okay    B. sick    C. rich    D. tidy

9.A. advise    B. beg    C. allow    D. remind

10.A. escaped    B. arrived    C. shook    D. agreed

11.A. made    B. discovered    C. sold    D. passed

12.A. snow    B. water    C. dust    D. sand

13.A. years    B. hours    C. seconds    D. centuries

14.A. enjoy    B. see    C. keep    D. use

15.A. time    B. need    C. energy    D. courage

16.A. night    B. morning    C. afternoon    D. midnight

17.A. feeding    B. leading    C. visiting    D. teaching

18.A. cover    B. wash    C. watch    D. light

19.A. changed    B. forgotten    C. understood    D. believed

20.A. shine    B. move    C. fly    D. rise

 

Can dogs and cats live in perfect harmony in the same home? People who are thinking about adopting a dog as a friend for their cats are worried that they will fight. A recent research has found a new secret of success. According to the study, if the cat is adopted before the dog, and if they are introduced when still young (less than 6 months for cats, a year for dogs), it is highly likely that the two pets will get alongswimmingly. Two­thirds of the homes interviewed reported a positive relationship between their cat and dog.

However, it wasn't all sweetness and light. There was a reported coldness between the cat and dog in 25% of the homes, while fighting were observed in 10% of the homes. One reason for this is probably that some of their body signals were just opposite. For example, when a cat turns its head away it signals attacking, while a dog doing the same signals giving in.

In homes with cats and dogs living peacefully, researchers observed a surprising behavior. They are learning how to talk each other's language. It is a surprise that cats can learn how to talk “dog”and dogs can learn how to talk “cat”

What's interesting is that both cats and dogs have appeared to develop their intelligence. They can learn to read each other's body signals, suggesting that the two may have more in common than we previously thought. Once familiar with each other's presence and body language, cats and dogs can play together, greet each other nose to nose, and enjoy sleeping together on the sofa. They can easily share the same water bowl and in some cases groom (梳理) each other.

The meaning of this research on cats and dogs may go beyond pets—to people who don't get along, including neighbors, colleagues at work, and even world superpowers. If cats and dogs can learn to get along, surely people have a good chance.

1.The underlined word “swimmingly” in Paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to       .

A. early    B. quickly    C. sweetly    D. violently

2.Some cats and dogs may fight when       .

A. they are cold to each other

B. they look away from each other

C. they are introduced at an early age

D. they misunderstand each other's signals

3.It is suggested in Paragraph 4 that cats and dogs        .

A. have common interests

B. are less different than what we thought

C. have a common body language

D. are less intelligent than what we expected

4.

A. We should learn to live in harmony.

B. We should know more about animals.

C. We should live in peace with animals.

D. We should learn more body languages.

 

 

After I had checked in, I made my way slowly to the departure gate. As I was waiting to board the plan, I kept thinking about my ideal holiday destination; Jamaica, with its long, sandy beaches and crystal clear water.

As soon as the plane took off, I fell fast asleep and only woke to the sound of the announcement; “Ladies and gentlemen, please fasten your seat belts, as we will shortly be landing in Kingston.” I froze in my seat. Was I dreaming? Kingston? Jamaica? I had boarded the wrong plane!

Immediately after the plane landed, I explained the situation to the authorities. It seems there were also three of other passengers heading for Spain. Apparently it had been the airline’s fault, since the flight numbers for Spain and Jamaica were exactly the same! Therefore, with no flight to London for a week, the airline had no choice except to pay for our stay.

So there I was, lying on the beach, enjoying the music and marvelous food of Jamaica! As for Aunt Rosa, I suppose she just had to live without me!

1.

A. She could hardly afford any better trip.

B. Her aunt begged her to go there.

C. She missed her cousins very much.

D. Spain was her ideal destination.

2.

A. heading for Spain from Jamaica

B. flying to London immediately

C. enjoying a free beach holiday

D. complaining to the authorities

3.

A. Terrible Adventure    B. Nice Dream

C. A Well-Planned    D. Lucky Mistake

 

 

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The manager expects to meet and talk with successful applicants in Paris in June and July.

1.

A. To introduce a language school in Japan.

B. To hire language teachers to work in Japan.

C. To describe working conditions in Japan.

D. To make clear the requirements for Japanese teachers.

2.

A. teach English only in Osaka

B. receive a degree from a university

C. have free accommodation

D. get trained for the job

3.

A. to see the manager of NOVA France

B. To take some computer courses

C. to write a letter to Japan

D. to find a place to live

4.

A. have some working experience

B. know how to use computers

C. present good teaching plans

D. speak several languages

 

 

In California, another interesting kitchen robot has been developed, called Readybot. It can pick up objects and either store them in cabinets (橱柜) or put them in the trash. It also carries a separate floor-cleaning robot that can operate by itself. Unlike the Japanese robot, Readybot just looks more like a large box with arms and wheels.

Readybot was created by engineers and designers who established a club called the Readybot Challenge. They believe that in the future millions of robots will be needed in homes to perform ordinary household tasks. Readybot is just the first step in their plan to create a robot that can do jobs not only in kitchens but in other rooms of homes and in offices as well.

Clearly there are technological difficulties to solve before robots can cook a complete dinner, and there are also many safety concerns (忧虑). Not everyone (especially parents) would be comfortable with the idea of robots in their house,manipulatinghot pans and sharp knives. The European Commission recently funded(资助) a project to study these concerns. According to lead researcher Professor Chris Melhuish, “Enabling robots to work safely with humans is a key need for the future development of robotics.”

1.

A. is more popular    B. performs more jobs

C. moves more quickly    D. looks more like a person

2.

A. drive you around    B. clean your kitchen

C. prepare food for you    D. work for office workers

3.

A. inventing    B. avoiding    C. controlling    D. making

4.

A. have shown great interest in kitchen robots

B. can’t wait to use kitchen robots in their homes

C. might think that kitchen robots could be dangerous

D. found out how to operate robots safely

 

假如你是李华,是美国某所学校的交换生,你几天前在美国的一个商店买的手机坏了。请你根据以下提示,给该商店客服发一封电子邮件。

(1)写作目的;

(2)具体问题:如手机黑屏,不能重启等;

(3)解决办法:如维修,更换新手机等。

注意:(1)词数在100字左右;

(2)可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

(3)开头语已为你写好。

Dear Sir or Madam,

My name is Li Hua, an exchange student from China._________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

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Yours sincerely,

Li Hua

 

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