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假设你是李华,201663日搭乘国外某航空公司航班(flight number BA793)回国后,发现遗失了一个行李箱(suitcase)。现请用英文给该航空公司写一封信,请他们帮你寻找。

信件要点包括:

1.陈述写信原因      

2.简要描述该行李

3.说明其重要性     

4.期待回复并表示感谢

注意:

1.词数100左右。

2.信件格式已为你给出。

3.请在答题卡上作答。

Dear Sir or Madam,

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Yours truly,

Li Hua

 

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;

2. 只允许修改10,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

When I intended to tell my four-year-old niece Lisa the story Snow White write by the Grimm Brothers, my elder sister stopped me immediate and gave me another storybook. When I asked if she has told Lisa the story, she shook her head and said, “I don’t think girl today should listen to this story.” I was confusing. Later, my sister explained how. In this story, Snow White does nothing to rescue herself. Instead of, she depends on others’ help. My sister doesn’t want her daughter to learn just to turn to others help. She wants her to learn to be brave and independence. That’s why my sister doesn’t want to tell herself such stories as Snow White.

 

My first visit to London was one and half years ago. It Was1. wonderful trip. I stayed in the city for three weeks, and I had many2. (impress). I visited all the famous places.

When I dreamed of3. (see) London in the past, I always wanted to see Tower Bridge and the famous Big Ben clock tower. I visited these4. (place), and I went on a tourist boat on the River Thames.

First, I went to the Tower of London, and I want to say that it is a very interesting5. (history) place. I found out that a long time ago, it was a prison.6. (late) it became a castle for the royal family. Or maybe it is the reverse, I’m not sure, but they7. (leave) this place and went to live in Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace.

In London, you can also enjoy nature. There are many parks that are wonderful green, quite places8. you can relax and escape the noise of the city.

Trafalgar Square is a popular place for students and other young people. You can find lots of pigeons there. If you have time, you can feed9. (they) and they will be very happy. You can buy special food for them, but be careful! Tons of birds will surround you10. you feed them.

 

“Look,it’s Baldy!” A boy shouted in my direction across the playground. Even though I was used to regular insults (侮辱) because of the ______ on my head, it was ______ horrible to hear. I sighed as I headed back to the class.

When I was just 20 months old, I suffered serious _____ after a bowl full of hot oil fell on my head. I was ______ to hospital and had to stay there for weeks while the doctors ______ to save my life. “Holly’s very ______ to be alive,’”they told Mum and Dad. “But she’ll be ______ with scars on her head, and of course her hair won’t grow there. ”

As a child,I cared much about my scars,so I ______ wore a scarf to cover them up when I left home. ____ I didn’t,people would call me horrible names like Baldy. Although my friends were always comforting me, they never _____understood how it felt.

Then through the hospital I was ____ to a children’s burns camp, where children like me can get any help. There, I ____ 14-year-old Stephanie, whose burns are a lot more serious than mine. But she is so ____ that she never lets anyone put her down.“You shouldn’t _____ what people say about what you look like because we're not different from anyone else, Holly,” she ____ me. “And you don’t need to wear a scarf because you look great _____ it! ” For the first time in my life I could speak to someone who’d been through something _____ .So weeks later, at my 13th birthday party, ____ by her bravery, I gave up my scarf and showed off my scars. It felt amazing not having to ______ away behind my scarf.

Now,I am____ of what I look like and much happier, because I have realized it is your personality(个性) that decides who you truly are.

1.A. hat    B. scarf    C. scars    D. cuts

2.A. still    B. just    C. never    D. seldom

3.A. hunger    B. cold    C. defeats    D. burns

4.A. rushed    B. led    C. invited    D. forced

5.A. learned    B. fought    C. returned    D. decided

6.A. happy    B. lucky    C. lonely    D. poor

7.A. pressed    B. occupied    C. left    D. painted

8.A. possibly    B. usually    C. finally    D. nearly

9.A. Although    B. Since    C. If    D. Before

10.A. correctly    B. roughly    C. easily    D. really

11.A. promoted    B. introduced    C. reported    D. carried

12.A. met    B. recognized    C. remembered    D. caught

13.A. honest    B. strong    C. active    D. young

14.A. write down    B. agree with    C. pass on    D. listen to

15.A. promised    B. encouraged    C. ordered    D. calmed

16.A. in    B. for    C. without    D. beyond

17.A. similar    B. strange    C. hard    D. important

18.A. allowed    B. required    C. guided    D. inspired

19.A. hide    B. give    C. keep    D. put

20.A. sick    B. aware    C. tired    D. proud

 

How to Say No to Your Boss

Saying “no” to a request can be a difficult thing, especially when the person making the request is your boss.1.The following steps are helpful.

Give yourself some time to think about the request before saying “no”.

If the request arrives via email, don’t reply right away.

2.If your boss asks you in person or on the telephone, request some time to give it thought and tell her you will get back to her by a specific time. Consider the request carefully to determine whether you have to say “no”.

Prepare your answer before telling your boss “no”.

Anticipate questions she might ask in response to your answer, and decide how you want to answer them. Rehearse your conversation with your boss out loud to help build your confidence before the real conversation.

Choose the right time and place to speak with your boss.

Have the conversation in private if your work situation allows you to get a moment alone with your boss. Keep in mind your boss’s workday pressures and work style. If she is a morning person and gets grumpy(脾气暴躁的)in the afternoon, be sure to speak with her before lunch.

3.

If your boss is asking you to take on more responsibility, that shows that she has faith in your ability to do the job. Acknowledge that it means a lot to you before telling her that you feel you cannot do it.

Tell your boss why you have to say “no” to the request.

4.Your boss will be grateful that you answered honestly, rather than trying to take on a project you cannot handle.

Offer an alternative solution.

For example, if your boss asks you to serve on a committee, suggest someone else in the company that you think may be interested and capable of serving.5.

A. Pay your boss a compliment while denying her request.

B. Even if you try your best to do everything the boss lets you do, there are times when you can’t do and have to say “no”.

C. Put yourself in your boss’s shoes and consider how the company will be affected if you refuse the request.

D. Maybe you could offer to share the workload with someone else.

E. Most employers respect honesty in their employees.

F. Try a compromise.

G. Set the request aside and think about it for a while.

 

People do not analyze every problem they meet. Sometimes they try to remember a solution from the last time they had a similar problem. They often accept the opinions or ideas of other people. Other times they begin to act without thinking. They try to find a solution by trial and error. However, when all these methods fail, the person with a problem has to start analyzing. There are six stages in analyzing a problem.

First, the person must recognize that there is a problem. For example, Sam’s bicycle is broken, and he cannot ride it to class as he usually does. Sam must see that there is a problem with his bicycle.

Next, the thinker must define the problem. Before Sam can repair his bicycle, he must find out the reason why it does not work. For instance, he must determine if the problem is with the gears, the brakes, or the frame. He must make his problem more specific.

Now the person must look for information that will make the problem clearer and lead to possible solutions. For instance, suppose Sam decided that his bike does not work because there is something wrong with the gear wheels. At this time, he can look in his bicycle repair book and read about gears. He can talk to his friends at the bike shop. He can look at his gears carefully.

After studying the problem, the person should have several suggestions for a possible solution. Take Sam as an illustration. His suggestions might be: put oil on the gear wheels; buy new gear wheels and replace the old ones; tighten or loosen the gear wheels.

Eventually one suggestion seems to be the solution to the problem. Sometimes the final idea comes very suddenly because the thinker suddenly sees something new or sees something in a new way. Sam, for example, suddenly sees that there is a piece of chewing gum between the gear wheels. He immediately realizes the solution to his problem: he must clean the gear wheels.

Finally the solution is tested. Sam cleans the gear wheels and finds that afterwards his bicycle works perfectly. In short , he has solved the problem.

1..What is the best title for this passage?

A. Six Stages for Repairing Sam’s Bicycle

B. Possible Ways to Problem-solving

C. Necessities of Problem Analysis

D. Suggestions for Analyzing a Problem

2.In analyzing a problem we should do all the following except:

A. recognize and define the problem

B. look for information to make the problem clearer

C. have suggestions for a possible solution

D. find a solution by trial or mistake

3.. By referring to Sam’s broken bicycle, the author intends to _________.

A. illustrate the ways to repair his bicycle

B. discuss the problems of his bicycle

C. tell us how to solve a problem

D. show us how to analyze a problem

4.Which of the following is NOT true?

A. People do not analyze the problem they meet.

B. People often accept the opinions or ideas of other people.

C. People may learn from their past experience.

D. People can not solve some problems they meet.

5.As used in the last sentence, the phrase “in short” means _____.

A. in the long run    B. in detail

C. in a word    D. in the end

 

The Exterminating Angel

Director: Luis Bunuel

Country/Date : Mexico/1962 (black and white)

Introduction : A party is organized in a high class society house. Many people are drinking and eating. It’s getting late, but nobody is leaving. Even though the door is open, people seem to be locked in the house. They can’t leave either the day or on the following days. So a rescue began.

The Net

Director: Irwin Winkler

Country/Date: U.S.A./1995

Introduction: Angela Bennettt is a computer programmer who has devoted her life to computers and the Internet. She spends hours and hours in front of the screen. She does everything over the Internet, and she has some close friends in a chat room, though she has never talked to her neighbors.

Kung Fu Panda

Director : Mark Osborne & John Stevenson

Country/Date : U.S.A./2008

Introduction: The leading character is a panda whose name is Po. He is lazy first but he has a great dream——to be a kung fu master. To make his dream come true, he goes to a faraway temple to learn kung fu from a master. However, one of his brothers, Tai Long wants to become the kung fu master, killing many of his brothers even the master. So Po fights against Tai Long and defeats him, The film is good especially for kids.

Life is Beautiful

Director: Roberto Benigni

Country/Date : Italy/1998

Introduction: In 1939, during World WarⅡ in Italy, Guido, a hopeful man, the main character fell in love with Dora, and they got married. Five years later, their lives changed. Guido and Joshua were taken by the Nazis to a concentration camp and Dora also went there with her husband and son. At that place, Guido tried his best to save his son’s life in a special way.

1.Who is the director of The Net?

A. Luis Bunuel    B. Irwin Winkler

C. Mark Osborne    D. Roberto Benigni

2.Which film is especially fit for kids?

A. The Exterminating Angel.    B. The Net.

C. Kung Fu Panda.    D. Life is Beautiful.

3..What can we learn about Life is Beautiful?

A. It’s about a rescue of people who can’t leave a house.

B. The story is set in World War.

C. It was made in America in 1995.

D. The main character is absorbed in computer.

 

Almost everybody in America will spend a part of his or her life behind a shopping cart. They will, in a lifetime, push the chrome-plated contraptions many miles. But few will know—or even think to ask—who it was that invented them.

Sylvan N. Goldman invented the shopping cart in 1937. At that time he was in the supermarket business.Every day he would see shoppers lugging groceries around in baskets they had to carry.

One day Goldman suddenly had the idea of putting baskets on wheels. The wheeled baskets would make shopping much easier for his customers, and would help to attract more business.

On June 4, 1937, Goldman’s first carts were ready for use in his market. He was terribly excited on the morning of that day as customers began arriving. He couldn’t wait to see them using his invention.

But Goldman was disappointed. Most shoppers gave the carts a long look, but hardly anybody would give them a try.

After a while, Goldman decided to ask customers why they weren’t using his carts. “Don’t you think this arm is strong enough to carry a shopping basket?” one shopper replied.

But Goldman wasn’t beaten yet. He knew his carts would be a great success if only he could persuade people to give them a try. To this end, Goldman hired a group of people to push carts around his market and pretend they were shopping! Seeing this, the real customers gradually began copying the phony customers.

As Goldman had hoped, the carts were soon attracting larger and larger numbers of customers to his market. But not only did more people come—those who came bought more. With larger, easier-to-handle baskets, customers unconsciously bought a greater number of items than before.

Today’s shopping carts are five times larger than Goldman’s original model. Perhaps that’s one reason Americans today spend more than five times as much money on food each year as they did before 1937—before the coming of the shopping cart.

1.What do the underlined words “ chrome-plated contraptions” in the first paragraph refer to?

A. Baskets.    B. Private cars.

C. Suitcases.    D. Shopping carts.

2.What was the purpose of Goldman’s invention?

A. It was to prove him to be a good inventor.

B. It was to reduce the burden of his employees' work.

C. It was to make shopping easier and attract more business.

D. It was to help the disabled make shopping easily in his market.

3.Goldman hired a group of people to push carts around his market in order to

A. attract people to buy things in his market

B. encourage people to use his shopping carts

C. make his market different from the others

D. keep the groceries from being stolen

4.What can we infer from the last paragraph?

A. Goldman will become very famous because of his invention.

B. Goldman's invention will be regarded as the greatest one in the world.

C. Supermarket business has benefited a lot from Goldman's invention.

D. There will be nothing that can replace Goldman's invention.

 

Many countries follow special customs when a child’s baby teeth fall out. Many of these customs tell stories about animals taking the teeth.

For example, Koreans have the custom of throwing the fallen tooth onto the roof of a house so that a magpie (喜鹊) can take the tooth away and bring a new tooth for the child. This custom is also followed by some other Asian countries, such as Japan and Vietnam.

Other countries, though, have tooth customs about other animals. In Mexico and Spain, for example, it is thought that a mouse takes a fallen tooth away and leaves some money. But in Mongolia, it is dogs that take children’s teeth away. Dogs are highly respected in Mongolian culture. It is believed that the new tooth will grow strong if the baby tooth is fed to a dog, so parents in Mongolia will put their children’s fallen teeth in a piece of meat and feed it to a dog.

In France and the USA, a child will put a fallen tooth under his or her pillow before going to bed. It is thought that in the early morning, when the child is still sleeping, the Tooth Fairy will take the tooth away and leave something else under the pillow. What she will leave is hard to know. It is said that in France the Tooth Fairy may leave some candies; however, in the United States, she may leave money.

1.In Vietnam, if a child’s tooth falls out, he or she will __________.

A. throw it onto the roof of a house

B. feed it to a mouse

C. put it in a piece of meat and feed the meat to a dog

D. leave it to the Tooth Fairy

2.From the last paragraph, we can know that in France and the USA _________.

A. a child will put his or her fallen tooth beside the pillow

B. the Tooth Fairy takes the fallen teeth away at midnight

C. the Tooth Fairy will leave some candies to the children after taking the fallen teeth away

D. no one knows for sure what the Tooth Fairy will leave to the children after taking the fallen teeth away

3.The passage is mainly about ___________.

A. customs about fallen teeth in western countries

B. customs about fallen teeth in different countries

C. stories about human teeth

D. stories about some animals

 

假定你是李华,亚洲冬季运动会将在你居住的地方举办,现正在招募志愿者,你希望成为其中一员。请按要求用英文给组委会写一封信。内容应包括:

1.个人情况:年龄,性别,一个北京的高中生

2.个人条件:英语好,爱好体育,善于交际,乐于助人,熟悉本地情况

3.承诺:提供最佳服务

注意:1.词数在100 词左右

2.可适当增加细节,使内容充实,行文连贯

3.信的开头结尾已给出,不计入总词数

服务 service    承诺  promise    Winter Asian Games. 亚洲冬季运动会(简写WAG)         交流communicate   熟悉  be familiar with sth

Dear Sir/Madam,

My Name is Li Hua. I would like to work as a volunteer for the Winter Asian Games.____________________________________________

Yours

Li Hua

 

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