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假设你是李华,你班将于本周日去太阳岛度假村(the Sun Island Resort)秋游。请你根据以下信息给外教Tim 写信,邀请他参加。要点如下:

1.出发及返回时间;

2.活动:骑车,钓鱼,划船,烧烤。

注意:1. 内容应包括以上要点,可以适当增加细节,以使内容连贯;

2. 词数100左右,开头已给出,不计入总词数。

Dear Tim,

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Yours,

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。文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅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. 每处错误及其修改仅限一词。

2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

Last Sunday, I went to the Children’s Park with my parents. We were hanging out while we saw a naughty boy throwing a banana’s skin casual on the ground. Just then, an old man passes by. He was slipped on it and fell down. On saw that, we hurriedly went up and found he was injured. So I called 120 for help immediately and then an ambulance soon arrived and took an old man to the nearest hospital. However, the boy had left before we knew. It was the boy’s casual behavior that caused this accidents. It’s high time that we mind our manners and behaved us.

 

Owing to the effect of Traditional Chinese medicine and treatment, it becomes more and more popular now in the world. Traditional Chinese medicine originated in ancient and developed for 1. long time. It has collected various ways to treat 2. (differ) diseases. Traditional Chinese medicine pays attention 3.the balance of the body system. It reads, once the body system balances, the disease 4.(disappear). The damage of the body system is the source of the disease.

TCM is an important part of Chinese culture. Great 5. (success) have been made in many areas through TCM cure. As to acute stomachache, there is no need 6. (have) an operation; all you need is a cup of Chinese herbs, 7.the Western way takes more time and money. You may even take the risk of being infected after operation.

8.(compare) with the Western medicine high fees, TCM has a reasonable price that ordinary people can afford. I think TCM will be the mainstream in the health services in the future in China. And our country should invest more money on the 9.(develop) of TCM; 10.(make) sure it is not going to fade away.

 

When you eat out in a restaurant, it is not unusual to hear people yelling, “Let me get this one!” Sometimes you can see them________or arm wrestling to fight for the_________for paying the bill. These fights are often very loud and active. Each person________shows an honest desire to pick up the bill, and in the end, all the people at the table give the winner praise and ________.

In fact, figuring out who will get the bill is always a ________for Chinese people at formal meals. Although the people who_________ the meal are very likely to pay the check, it is a ________ practice to make an effort to pay the bill. But you will _________them if you do end up actually collecting money.

In recent years, going Dutch has been embraced by many young people.______, older generations who fear “losing ________” still find it embarrassing and mean to calculate each person’s ________of the bill.

But these days, ________ digital payment apps, splitting (分摊) the bill __________is becoming widely-accepted idea. Even people from _______ generations may want to do so. By scanning a code ________ paying their share via WeChat or Alipay on their phones in one easy click, Chinese are_________ it easy to relieve the embarrassment of figuring out each person’s payment when they order a meal. This function has made going Dutch less ________ and more fun in China. “Many of us are never without our phones ________ they are convenient. And person-to-person mobile payment services are incredibly _________ to use and at the same time save the trouble of ________ change,” said 18-year-old Han Chen, a student from Senior High School.

1.A. pushing    B. arguing    C. talking    D. carrying

2.A. right    B. privilege    C. turn    D. order

3.A. called    B. invited    C. involved    D. selected

4.A. apology    B. comment    C. courage    D. gratitude

5.A. headache    B. conflict    C. plan    D. tradition

6.A. cook    B. eat    C. host    D. enjoy

7.A. unusual    B. common    C. strange    D. unexpected

8.A. disappoint    B. frustrate    C. embarrass    D. inspire

9.A. However    B. Besides    C. Therefore    D. For example

10.A. money    B. credit    C. promise    D. face

11.A. task    B. ability    C. part    D. share

12.A. as well as    B. thanks to    C. even if    D. according to

13.A. personally    B. separately    C. electronically    D. immediately

14.A. younger    B. newer    C. older    D. later

15.A. and    B. but    C. or    D. for

16.A. hoping    B. finding    C. making    D. looking

17.A. excitement    B. quarrel    C. sadness    D. trouble

18.A. although    B. because    C. if    D. so

19.A. beautiful    B. complex    C. different    D. easy

20.A. dealing with    B. putting on    C. setting aside    D. watching out

 

Sometimes, we can be defeated by our worries and anxieties. In addition, our worries can change our understanding of what is reality and what is not. Here is a brief list of techniques that you can use to help gain a better viewpoint on things during the anxious moments.

1. A person should take a deep breath and try to find something to do for a few minutes to get their mind off the problem. A person could get some fresh air, listen to some music, or do an activity that will give them a fresh perspective on things.

Remember that our fearful thoughts are made to seem worse and can make the problem worse.2.When unexpectedly having thoughts that make you fearful or anxious, challenge these thoughts by asking yourself positive questions that will maintain objectivity and common sense.

Be smart in how you deal with fears and anxieties. Do not try to deal with everything all at once. When facing a current or upcoming task that makes you anxious, break the task into small ones. 3.

Remember that all the worrying in the world will not change anything. Most of what you worry about never comes true. 4. Then you should leave everything else in the hands of God.

It is not easy to deal with all the fears and worries. When your fears and anxieties have the best of you, try to calm down and then get the facts of the situation. The key is to take it slow. All you can do is do your best each day, hope for the best, and when something does happen, take it easy. 5.

A. This will give you the confidence to manage your anxiety.

B. Take it one step at a time and things will work out well at last.

C. When feeling anxious, stop what you are doing and try to do something relaxing.

D. Instead of worrying about something that probably won’t happen, concentrate on what you are able to do.

E. The next time you feel depressed, review your list and think about the good things that you have in your life.

F. A good way to manage your worry is to challenge your negative thinking with positive statements and realistic thinking.

G. Completing these smaller tasks once at a time will make the stress more   manageable and increase your chances of success.

 

Millions of teenagers are in danger of putting their health at risk by getting hooked on e-cigarettes, experts warn. Leading health researchers say they are “very concerned” by the growing number of youngsters trying the devices.

E­cigarettes have been marketed as a healthier alternative to smoking conventional cigarettes. But previous research shows e­cigarettes generate poisonous chemicals similar to those found in tobacco and may harm the lungs and immune system.

Worryingly, researchers at Liverpool University discovered 16% of teenagers who have used e­cigarettes had never previously smoked. The experts also found e­cigarettes were “strongly related” to drinking among teenagers. Study author Prof. Mark Bellis said, “Our research suggests that we should be very concerned about teenagers accessing e­cigarettes. While debate on e­cigarettes has focused largely on whether or not they act as a gateway to tobacco cigarette use, e­cigarettes themselves contain a highly addictive drug that may have more serious and longer lasting impacts on children because their brains are still developing.”

Researchers surveyed 16,000 students aged 14 to 17 in the North West of England and asked them about their alcohol and tobacco use. They found that one in five answered yes to the question: “Have you ever bought or tried electronic cigarettes?” More males than females said they had.

Of the teenagers that had accessed e­cigarettes, 16% had never smoked, 23% had tried smoking, 12% only smoked when drinking, and 14% were ex­smokers. The research also found teenagers who drank alcohol were significantly more likely to have accessed e­cigarettes than non­drinkers.

Among those who had never smoked, it was found that those who regularly have excessive(过多的)drinking were four times more likely to access e­cigarettes than those who never drink. In all of those that drink, regardless of smoking status, e­cigarette access was associated with excessive drinking and involvement with violence after drinking. The researchers said their findings suggest that teenagers who use e­cigarettes are most susceptible to other forms of substance use and risk­taking behaviors.

1.How have e­cigarettes been promoted in the market?

A. As a healthier substitute for traditional cigarettes.

B. As a device meeting the mental needs of smokers.

C. As a product preventing smokers from using tobacco products.

D. As a new device promoted among youngsters.

2.What do we learn from the survey made in the North West of England?

A. E-cigarettes are now widely available and heavily promoted.

B. E­cigarette access is linked to excessive drinking and violence after it.

C. Teenagers are very knowledgeable about alcohol and tobacco use.

D. The number of adult cigarette smokers is dropping at present.

3.Which of the following can replace the underlined words “susceptible to” in the last paragraph?

A. greatly interested in

B. commonly accustomed to

C. deeply disappointed at

D. easily influenced by

4.What's the main idea of the passage?

A. Experts are concerned about excessive drinking in teenagers.

B. The harm of the e­cigarettes is greater than that of alcohol.

C. Teenagers are in danger of risking their health on e­cigarettes.

D. Researchers are aware of smoke­related health harm.

 

A gunman killed eight people at a mall in Omaha this afternoon and then killed himself, setting off panic among holiday shoppers, the police said.

“The person who we believe to be the shooter has died from self-inflicted(自残式的) gunshot wounds,” Sergeant Teresa Negron of the Omaha Police Department said at televised news. “We have been able to clear the mall,” she said. “We don't believe we have any other shooters.” The police said that at least five other people had been injured in the shootings.

She did not give the shooter's identity. “We are still conducting the investigation,” Sergeant Negron said, adding that the city’s mayor, who was out of town, was on his way back to Omaha.

She said the police received a 911 call from someone inside the Westroads Mall on the west side of Omaha, and shots could be heard in the background. The first police officers arrived at the mall six minutes after the first call, she said but by then the shootings were over.

It is reported that the gunman left a suicide note that was found at his home by relatives. A law enforcement official who spoke on condition of anonymity(匿名) said the note indicated that the gunman wanted to “go out in style.

The shootings broke the usually ordinary routine of holiday shopping. The gunman was said by some witnesses to have fired about 20 shots into a crowd. Some customers and workers ran screaming from the mall, while others dived into dressing rooms to hide from the shooter.

Shoppers and store workers were trapped inside the mall, which has roughly 135 stores. Others streamed out of mall exits with their hands raised. Our president was in Omaha this morning to deliver a speech, but he had left the city by the time the shootings took place.

1.Where can we probably read this article?

A. A travel magazine.

B. A daily newspaper.

C. A story book.

D. A research report.

2.What do the underlined words "go out in style" probably mean?

A. To go out of the mall in particular clothes.

B. To walk in the mall with oneself focused on.

C. To stop his life in an impressive way.

D. To go to a social event by fashionable means.

3.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

A. Nobody knows why the shooter did so and nothing was found at his home.

B. The city’s mayor went to the site when the shooting took place.

C. Police arrived at the mall before the shooting was over and rescued customers.

D. The official who showed what the note meant wanted to keep himself from being known to the public.

4.Which of the following can be the best title of the passage?

A. President Happened to Escape a Shot

B. Shoppers in Great Panic before the Holiday

C. Shooter Found Dead in a Mall on the west of Omaha

D. Gunman Killed 8 People, Then Himself at a Mall in Omaha

 

My husband hasn’t stopped laughing about a funny thing that happened to me. It’s funny now but it wasn't at the time.

Last Friday, after doing all the family shopping in town, I wanted a rest before catching the train, so I bought a newspaper and some chocolate and went into the station coffee shop  that was a cheap self-service place with long tables to sit at. I put my heavy bag down on the floor, put the newspaper and chocolate on the table to keep a place, and went to get a cup of coffee.

When I went back with the coffee, there was someone in the next seat. It was one of those wild-looking youngsters, with dark glasses and worn clothes, and hair colored bright red at the front. Not so unusual these days. What did surprise me was that he'd started to eat my chocolate!

Naturally, I was annoyed. However, to avoid trouble--and really I was rather uneasy about him--I just looked down at the front page of the newspaper, tasted my coffee and took a bit of chocolate. The boy looked at me closely. Then he took a second piece of my chocolate. I could hardly believe it. Still I didn't dare to start an argument. When he took a third piece, I felt more angry than uneasy. I thought, “Well, I shall have the last piece.” And I got it.

The boy gave me a strange look, and then stood up. As he left he shouted out. “This woman's crazy!” Everyone stared. That was embarrassing enough, but it was worse when I finished my coffee and got ready to leave. My face went red--as red as his hair--when I realized I'd made a mistake. It wasn’t my chocolate that he’d been taking. There was mine, unopened, just under my newspaper.

1.The woman in the story ________.

A. wanted a newspaper and some chocolate to take home to her family

B. bought some chocolate so that she could keep a place at the table

C. had been very tired and needed some time to recover

D. always went shopping with her family on Fridays

2.When the woman saw the boy go on eating the chocolate, she felt ________.

A. more and more disappointed at losing the chocolate

B. too tired to start an argument

C. too shy to look in the boy’s direction

D. more and more angry with the boy

3.The woman’s face turned red ________.

A. because she realized that she had been quite wrong about the boy

B. because she realized that the boy was poor and angry

C. because she saw everyone staring at her

D. because she hated being shouted at

4.From the story we can see the woman ________.

A. was careless and selfish

B. was being careless

C. often made mistakes

D. was crazy

 

● http://www.literacynet.org/cnnsf/

Fantastic site from CNN. Over 50 news stories categorized under headings such as crime, environment and adventure. Each story has a range of activities focusing on comprehension and vocabulary, mostly of the multiple-choice variety.

● http://www.npr.org/

NPR is an American radio network with an extensive audio archive---an excellent source of authentic English.

● http://www.humorlinks.com/

Hilarious site bringing together over 7,000 links to humor of every kind, from American comedy to Australian cartoons. Here you will see the funniest jokes and pictures from all over the world.

● http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/audiointerviews/

Hundreds of fascinating interviews with famous people from every walk of life: action, cartoons, musicians, painters, philosophers, political activists, scientists and writers.

● http://www.bbc.co.uk./music.listen

Lots of online music from classical to jazz, from blues to rap. You can listen to radio programs or select a range of special features.

● http://www.onestopenglish.com

Here you will find listening activities--updated each month--from the online magazine from Macmillan.

1.http://www.literacynet.org/cnnsf/ is a website intended for those who______.

A. are learning English

B. are writing news stories

C. are interested in environment protection

D. are designing activities for newspapers

2.For someone who is doing a project on this year’s Nobel Prize winner, ______will be the most suitable websites to turn to.

A. http://www.onestopenglish.com

B. http://www.humorlinks.com/

C. http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/audiointerviews/

D. http://www.bbc.co.uk./music.listen

3.Which of the following might be the best title of the passage?

A. Web’s Radio: New Access to Information

B. Guide to Suitable Websites

C. How to Surf the Internet Wisely

D. Recommendation of Online English Magazines & Videos

 

 

1.他出了一次车祸,结果只得在医院里躺了整整一个月。

2.人们意见分歧很大,结果,讨论一无所获。

3.你还知道那些其他濒临灭绝的物种吗?

4.我相信你对动植物逐渐消亡很关心。

5.他以他的爸爸是一位著名的科学家而自豪。

6.戴西急忙穿戴起来,她穿好牛仔裤和毛衣。

7.我们的毛皮用来制作像你穿的那种毛衣。

8.她很快就适应了那里的天气。

9.即使游客喜欢看到我们,他们还是不想保护我们。

10.尽管我有些观点跟他不同,我喜欢与他一起干活。

11.旅游公司提出申请,希望做有偿捕猎,这样农民就可以赚很多钱。

12.我们的航班被推迟,这意味着我们要在机场等待4个小时。

13.我们能做些什么来保护麋鹿,使他们不会再次消失?

14.你认为中国的熊猫正处在危险中吗?

15.请你建议我们应该做些什么来保护野生动植物你呢?

16.你知道恐龙为什么在大约65万年前突然灭绝了?

17.国家自然保护区不应该向旅游者开放。你同意吗?

18.人们相信,总有一天会有足够多的动物再次在野外生活。

19.给熊猫造一个新家的项目正在开发中。

20.从现在起,我将更加关注野生动植物的保护。

21.当你被问到难题的时候,你应该怎么做?

22.这药物对那个病人立即起了作用。

23.我午饭更喜欢吃蛋糕,不喜欢吃面条。

 

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