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题型:短文改错
难度:困难

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短文。短文中共有10处错误,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(∧),并在此符号下面写出该加的词。

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处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

People always communicate with words.Do you think you can communicate with words?A smile on your face shows you are happily or friendly.Tears in eyes told others that you are sad.When you put down your hand in class, the teacher knows they want to say something.Other things can also express message.For example,a sign at the bus stop helps you know that which bus to take.Signs on the door tell you whether to go in and out.Have you ever seen that there is a lot of signs around you and that you receive messages from them all time?

 

题型:短文填空
难度:困难

In order to know a foreign language thoroughly,four things are necessary.First,we must understand the language when we hear it1.(speak).Secondly,we must be able to speak it 2.(correct) with confidence and without hesitation.Thirdly,we must be able to read the language,and fourthly,we must be able to write it.We must be able to make sentences3.are grammatically correct.

There is no easy way4.(get) success in language learning.A good memory is of great help,but it is not enough only to memorize5.(rule) from a grammar book.It is no use6.(learn) by heart long lists of words and their7.(mean),studying the dictionary and so on.We must learn by using the language.If we are satisfied8.only a few rules we have memorized,we are not really learning the language."Learn through use"9.(be) a good piece of advice for those who are studying10.new language.Practice is important.We must practise speaking and writing the language whenever we can.

 

题型:完形填空
难度:中等

Recently, I questioned the work I was doing. I found myself wondering whether all my time and effort was______. Will my new business provide the income I need? Is my service good enough for others to want to______my products? These are only a few of the______that ran through my mind. With every question, my self-confidence were_______! As my doubts swirled(纷乱)in my mind, I could feel my attitude changing. I doubted whether it is really worth the_______or not.

Realizing that these______thoughts were affecting my attitude, I went to the website to read quotes on______.I found I did not have a category of “self-confidence”. I then searched the wow4u website and found______quotes on self-confidence. So I______establishing a category on self-confidence.

As I worked on the web page, my self-confidence was being______.I could feel my outlook changing, and gave myself a(n)______adjustment. Many times in my life I have found the quotes have______changed my outlook. The quotes I was reading reassured(使消除疑虑)me, and provided me with the______to realize that what I was doing in fact what I______to do. Like everything else in life, it takes time;_____does not happen overnight. Then my attitude has become_______

As I was reading a quote from Rosalyn Carter, “If you_____whether you can accomplish something, then you can’t accomplish it. You have to have confidence in your______, and then be______enough to follow through,” I realized I do have confidence in my ability, but what I was______was the persistence and determination to follow it through!

1.A. limited    B. endless    C. small    D. worthwhile

2.A. do    B. purchase    C. refuse    D. quit

3.A. jobs    B. chances    C. suggestions    D. questions

4.A. decreasing    B. forming    C. improving    D. continuing

5.A. trust    B. effect    C. effort    D. praise

6.A. negative    B. proper    C. normal    D. final

7.A. dream    B. career    C. self-control    D. self-confidence

8.A. honest    B. wonderful    C. strict    D. comfortable

9.A. ended up    B. gave up    C. made up    D. put up

10.A. tested    B. ignored    C. restored    D. forgotten

11.A. life    B. work    C. study    D. attitude

12.A. hardly    B. actually    C. slightly    D. normally

13.A. wealth    B. promise    C. condition    D. motivation

14.A. loved    B. disliked    C. advised    D. remembered

15.A. honor    B. tragedy    C. success    D. friendship

16.A. angry    B. positive    C. patient    D. nervous

17.A. know    B. wonder    C. doubt    D. check

18.A. ability    B. knowledge    C. experience    D. background

19.A. clever    B. skilled    C. tough    D. curious

20.A. considering    B. lacking    C. expecting    D. gaining

 

题型:七选五
难度:中等

Attracting people will earn you new friends and relationship. If you are an attractive person, both inside and out, you can have better bonds with your peers. 1. All you have to do is start with yourself and the rest will come.

Don’t forget to smile. A smile is the best accessory(配饰)you can wear if you want to attract people. It sends out a message that you are happy and very approachable. 2. It will make your face look warmer and more positive.

Care about other people. 3. Try to be more conscious about how you relate with other people. If you notice that you talk about yourself constantly, you may come across as very unlikable to people.

4. Open a door for a workmate who is carrying things. Say “thank you” to the waiter when he gets your order. If you see a friend feeling down, try to cheer her or him up. Things like that make a big influence on the impression people have of you.

Be true to yourself. If you’re not true to yourself then you won’t be happy. What would be the point of attracting other people if you have no happiness to give? Always remember that attractiveness starts from within.5. This is the true secret to attracting other people: be-cause all of the tips above will not work unless you are true to yourself.

A. Be confident.

B. It’s not hard to attract people.

C. Make efforts to do the small things.

D. Selfishness is not a feature that attracts people.

E. Your smile should be relaxing and come from heart.

F. Your physical appearance can attract other people as much as your manners.

G. If you’re happy with yourself, you’ll attract other people naturally with no effort.

 

题型:阅读理解
难度:中等

As the leaves change color in autumn students return to school. As a frost cove’s the ground each night, we are busy planting vegetables in northern Wisconsin.

Five public school districts in northern Wisconsin recently built high tunnels(隧道)for the winter growing season. The schools’ high tunnels, made of metal frame and a plastic covering the raised beds, keep plants warm enough to extend the growing season through the winter and allow an earlier spring planting. Our very short growing season occurs almost entirely during the summer vacation months. This makes the high tunnels necessary in allowing students to gain experience of growing and marketing produce in a cold climate where production at this scale couldn’t otherwise happen during the school year.

During the summer, the high tunnels on school grounds still need to remain there. We developed the Agripreneur program(Agriculture + Entrepreneur)to support students’ work in the high tunnels during months when students are on holidays. This program was made possible by a farm and a university. Each summer, a pair of students will be hired from every high school to care for and sell a single crop in exchange for instruction from professional local farmers, growing experience, and a salary.

The Agripreneur program appeared for its first season during the summer of 2015. Students grew tomatoes that were sold to community members, local restaurants and the school cafeterias(食堂). The program met its goal of increasing the number of local vegetables consumed, both within the region and in school lunches. Sales to school cafeterias will continue through the winter as the high tunnels’ change to nutrient root vegetables, all grown by students.

We may live in winter, but with the recent addition of these school high tunnels, our students are able to eat the freshest local vegetables available—even during the coldest months.

1.What do we know about the school’s high tunnels?

A. They are actually greenhouses.

B. They are actually metal containers.

C. They are entirely used for planting vegetables in summer

D. They are mainly used as reading rooms for students.

2.High tunnels are being used in the school districts because of________.

A. students’ interest in planting.    B. the larger need of crops there.

C. the short growing season there.    D. no fresh vegetables available there.

3.The Agripreneur program was created to________.

A. get farmers to produce more crops.

B. check students’ work on the high tunnels.

C. get instructions from professional local farmers.

D. help students do their work in the high tunnels in holidays.

4.What can be the best title for the text?

A. Crops Are Planted in Winter

B. Students Are Becoming Scientists

C. Schools Have the Vegetable Market

D. New Growing Season Begins Under High Tunnels

 

题型:阅读理解
难度:中等

The number of Japanese students in the Chinese mainland is more than those studying in the US, according to Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, a Taiwan news outlet reported on Monday.

Japan saw the peak of studying abroad in 2010 when 124,000 sought academic careers overseas. About 61,000 Japanese studied in the US in 2010, about half the total studying abroad. But since then, the number has decreased. In 2015, the number was down to only just over 20,000, about 20 percent of Japanese students being educated overseas.

The number of Japanese going to the Chinese mainland to study has been rising since 2009 and now surpasses the US.

An official spokesman said, "Choices are various for studying abroad nowadays, not just limited to the US. Many Japanese universities have an increasing number of exchange pro-grams with Chinese universities and Japanese companies now tend to prefer people with academic experience in Asia rather than the.US or Europe as previously. Tuition fees (学费)are another reason. Annual fees in US universities are almost twice those charged by Chinese

universities.”

Some Japanese experts say the decline indicates young Japanese are satisfied with the domestic situation rather than preparing for challenges outside.

1.How many Japanese students studied abroad in 2015?

A. About 61,000.    B. About 100,000.

C. About 124,000.    D. About 200,000.

2.What does the fourth paragraph mainly talk about?

A. The tuition fees about studying in the US.

B. The choices for Japanese students to study abroad.

C. The reason why Japanese students go to study in China.

D. The problems that Japanese students have when studying in China.

3.The underlined word domestic in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to     ”.

A. native    B. previous

C. complex    D. simple

 

题型:阅读理解
难度:中等

I was the oldest of five children back in the 60’s. We lived in a nice little three-bedroom bungalow(平房)in Michigan. Mom and Dad worked so hard, yet always found the time to spend with us. The only place they could take five active children to was the drive-in (汽车影院)movies!

We always looked forward to going to the drive-in! Mom would fill a big bag with homemade popcorn. On the way there, Dad would make a special stop at the penny candy store, where we were all allowed to fill a little brown bag with all kinds of penny candy. We were so exited as we carried our treasures back to the car, knowing we couldn’t eat it until the cartoon began.

We would get there early, so that we could play on the playground, right under the big screen. As soon as it started to get dark, the screen lit up, and we would race back to the car to get our candy.

There were always two cartoons playing before the movie, like Felix the Cat, The Coyote, and Tom and Jerry, But what was just as exciting was the ticking clock advertisement for the refreshment stand, with dancing hot dogs, candy and ice cream. That came on right before the movie. It was all that five kids could hope for, and by then, stay awake for.

We would get home around 2 am, pretty late for us. Mom help«ed us drug ourselves and our pillows to our beds and dad carried in the little ones.

I was disappointed the day they closed the last drive-in in our town. It will always hold special memories for us—those days of penny candy.

1.What could the author eat when he watched the cartoons and movies?

A. Hot dogs.    B. Ice cream.

C. Hamburgers.    D. Popcorn and candy.

2.What does the underlined phrase “our treasures” in the second paragraph refer to?

A. Mom and dad.    B. The penny candy,

C. Favorite cartoons.    D. Homemade popcorn.

3.What was the last show before I be movie?

A. Felix the Cat.    B. Tom and Jerry.

C. The dancing hot dogs.    D. The ticking clock advertisement.

4.What do we know about the author?

A. He had a boring childhood

B. He had four younger brothers.

C. He missed the driver in very much.

D. He didn’t like watching the movies at all.

 

题型:阅读理解
难度:中等

The Anchorage Museum is expanding to the north with the addition of 25,000 square feet of new gallery space for the museum’s art collection and exploration of art of the north.

Construction timeline: February 2016September 2017.

Focus: This expansion is about more than bringing works from the collection out on public view. It’s also about creating a wonderful description for the north through the lens (镜头)of art and furthering the museum's mission of expanding awareness of the north, its landscape and cultures.

An expanded museum will:

•Provide greater public access to the museum’s art collection

•Create physical space for each kind of the museum’s mission—art, history, science, culture

•Tell the story of the north and Alaska through art that represents its landscape and people

•Create positive, engaging and relevant museum experiences

•Help museum visitors understand Alaska and the north through a variety of experiences

•Connect people and encourage global dialogue about the north and its different environment

Project partners: The $24 million expansion is funded entirely by private dollars, including $12 million gifts from both the Rasmuson family and the Rasmuson Foundation.

Anchorage Museum

625 C Street

Anchorage, AK 99501

907—929—9200 |General

907—929—9228 | Membership

Admission:

•Member: Free

•Adult: $15

•Senior Student: $10

•Children 3—12: $7

•2 and younger: Free

1.What is the aim of the expansion?

A. To make the museum unique.

B. To reward the project partners.

C. To make the public know the north better.

D. To bring works from the collection out on public view.

2.When will the expansion be finished?

A. In September 2017.    B. In February 2017.

C. In May 2017.    D. In April 2017.

3.Through the expansion, the museum may hope that ________.

A. more people will travel to Alaska

B. much money will be donated to the museum

C. international attention will be paid to the north

D. local people will become the members of the museum

4.If Jack visits the museum with two high school students and his 5-year-old son, he should pay ________.

A. $30    B. $36

C. $40    D. $42

 

假设你是李华,你的笔友Jack来信告诉你他想和几个同学开一家网上书店,想征求你的意见。请根据以下要点给Jack写一封回信。

1.好处:可以学会理财及与人沟通,自己看书更方便等;

2.劣势:占用比较多的时间,经验不足,市场把握不好等;

3.提出建议。

注意:1.词数120左右;

2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

3.开头语与结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。

Dear Jack,

I was very happy to receive your letter telling me about your plan of opening an online bookstore with some classmates.

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

Best wishes!

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。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:在错的词下画一横线,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处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

Good morning,everyone,

It's great honor for me to speak here. My name's Li Xiaojun,born of a harmonious family. My father and mother are all high school teachers. Influenced by them,I read widely during my early age,but I've developed a great interest in arts and sports. I'm easy­going,get along well with my classmates.

It is this personality which helps me win over all my classmates' friendships,and also help me overcome many difficulties both in academic and personal life. Being admitted in your university has always been a beautiful dream for me. I dream constantly that I, along with mine classmates,will study happy with the help of the respectable professors;I dream that I will swim freely in the sea,enjoying the waves of knowledge.

I hope all my dream will come true in the near future.

Thank you.

 

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