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题型:短文改错
难度:中等

短文改错共10小题;每小题l分,满分10分

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. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

Today, millions of people want to learn or improve their English. Is it good to study in Britain or in your own country?

The advantage of going to Britain seem obvious. You will listen to the language all the time, surround completely by the language wherever you go and don’t have to speak English if you are with the local people. In China, there is always possible to speak Chinese in class and the learn is slower.

On the one hand, there are also advantages of studying home. You dont have to make big changes to your life. Besides, its much cheaper than going to Britain.

In my view, to most people with enough money, being at home is their only option. The most important thing to do in this situation is to maximize our opportunities: speaking only English in class and using English whenever possible outside the class.

 

题型:语法填空
难度:中等

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。

How exciting it is to visit China! China can offer what appeals to every visitor,   1  given the population, the crowds can be an issue.

Before getting on the plane, train, or bus, learn from these mistakes to avoid the crowds and make the __2__ (much) of your holiday.

There are certain 3 (date) throughout the year when the entire country takes a vacation at the same time. If you travel in China during one of these golden weeks, you can expect never-ending lines, 4 (crowd) public transportation, and seas of strangers appearing in the background of your photos. So it is important to get familiar with the dates 5 (minimize) your travel stress.

Of course, any trip to China wouldnt be complete without seeing major cultural landmarks like 6 Great Wall, or the Forbidden City. However, there are so many worthwhile places to experience 7 may not be listed in your tour book.

Also, with a family to travel together, 8 (wake) up early can be a challenge. Do your best to wake up early and take your breakfast to go; its worth it. Getting to an 9 (attract) early will allow you to experience it __10__ (full) without the hindrance(妨碍) of a large crowd.

 

题型:完形填空
难度:中等

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

I owe a great deal to my racist friends: they have given me a reason to try and achieve something great in my life. 

My school is almost 1 with white students with only five percent African-Americans. During Marching Band freshmen year, I started to notice how frequently my white friends 2 the black people they saw. Once my best 3 friend casually used the n-word (nigger) after I had described to him the isolation I felt when the __4__ was used by anyone of any race. I have 5 numerous friends due to similar statements.

The 6 overtook me for a period of the freshmen year. I nearly 7 my high school in hopes of finding a healthier environment. Finally, I had learned what it meant to be 8 in America.

Instead of leaving, 9 , I chose to stay and fight the ignorance popular in my school. My first __10__ would be Black History Month. In sophomore year I was asked to create an activity for Black History Month. I spent hours 11 black authors, poets and speakers, trying to find different discussion points that could be made in the classrooms in my school. When told that the English Department at my school agreed to use my 12 , I had a feeling of accomplishment 13 many of my classmates doubted my ability.

However, I remained 14 . I quit band and joined my schools newspaper staff in junior year, to address topics to help 15 race relations. Through my efforts, a meeting was held for students to discuss 16 such as Should the n-word be used? Though many white people didnt attend it, the conversations I participated in __17__ many others at the school.

Though the majority of the people at my school have not left me 18 memories, I am grateful for the awareness they have helped 19 in me. As I move on to college I am ready to go on 20 ignorance and injustices.

1.A. filled    B. acquainted    C. impressed    D. interfered

2.A. encouraged   B. greeted    C. influenced    D. stereotyped

3.A. considerate   B. white     C. enthusiastic    D. intelligent

4.A. standard    B. method    C. word     D. opportunity

5.A. made    B. lost     C. changed    D. supported

6.A. grief     B. task     C. challenge    D. adoption

7.A. compared    B. remind ed    C. left     D. entered

8.A. popular     B. black     C. stupid     D. cautious

9.A. therefore    B. also     C. besides    D. however

10.A. choice     B. attempt     C. battle     D. visit

11.A. meeting    B. admiring    C. becoming    D. researching

12.A. honors     B. resources    C. materials    D. powers

13.A. so      B. though     C. unless     D. because

14.A. successful    B. calm     C. resolute    D. painful

15.A. ignore     B. improve    C. battle     D. check

16.A. topics     B. impacts    C. situations    D. missions

17.A. harmed     B. gathered    C. disgusted    D. benefited

18.A. deep     B. special     C. positive    D. negative

19.A. bring out    B. take in     C. hold up    D. keep off

20.A. fighting    B. ignoring    C. proving    D. witnessing

 

题型:七选五
难度:中等

根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

Fear of Puberty(青春期)

When young people get to puberty, it causes the physical and mental changes that can bring stress and even fear to them.   1

Consider how often you worry about it. If it regularly happens more than twice a day, its time that you started taking the problem seriously. You should look out for feelings of panic when you think about puberty. You may have frequent stressful dreams or feel depressed when you notice changes in your body.     2   By identifying them, you can start to do something about them.

    3   If you have had a happy childhood its natural to feel sad that its coming to an end. Many aspects of adult life can be fearful, but remember that you dont have to face them all at once.

Apart from these, some teenagers worry about putting on weight or feel discomfort with how people treat them or feel their body doesnt fit them. Remember that this fat is usually temporary.     4  If you feel stressful, find help from your teachers.

Besides parents, teachers and school medical staff, there are a number of other places where you can seek help. ____8___ Your doctor can provide support on body issues and you can insist on seeing the doctor alone if that makes it easier.

You are not alone in your feelings. There are ways to deal with many of the specific problems puberty can cause. The sooner you seek help, the sooner it will get better.

A. Get into the habit of focusing yourself.

B. You should know the source of your stress.

C. These feelings shouldnt be a cause of worry.

D. You may feel grief at the passing of childhood.

E. Exercise and healthy eating will help you rid it sooner.

F. You can turn to Childline at any time of the day or night.

G. Knowing your feelings better can make it easier to deal with them.

 

题型:阅读理解
难度:中等

D

Would You Pay To Eat In A Dumpster(垃圾)?

Most of us dont reach for that gnarled(多的) carrot when selecting our produce at the local supermarket. Thats exactly why Americans waste up to 40% of edible food every year. This unbelievable number has sparked the ugly food movement, inspiring many companies to sell ugly fruit and vegetables to consumers, rather than throwing them in the trash.

One San Francisco organization is taking a unique approach. The Salvage Supperclub hosts fancy dinners inside dumpsters where they serve dishes entirely prepared with food that would have otherwise gone to waste.

Josh Treuhaft, founder of these ugly food dinners, originally came up with the idea to bring about the awareness of Americas food waste problem. There is undeveloped potential in their food that for some reason, not to their own fault, is going to waste, he told Seekers Laura Ling.

Treuhaft isnt alone in his effort to reduce Americas food waste. A change.org petition last year called for Whole Foods to become part of the ugly food movement. They sold misshapen fruits and vegetables in Northern California stores.

Selling imperfect produce is still relatively rare right now, which can be partially attributed to a supply issue rather than a lack of willing participants. Raleys, a Sacramento-based grocery chain, started an ugly food pilot program called Real Good, but discontinued it after 90 days saying they had some challenges sourcing the product. A grower might have large amounts of ugly produce one year due to terrible weather, but much less the next year if the weather is better. Harvests constantly vary and retailers are more likely to buy ugly produce in large number rather than just a few pounds at a time.

This is why organizations like the Salvage Supperclub are playing an important role in the prevention of food waste. The Salvage Supperclub takes it a step further by not only buying the ugly produce, but turning it into a good dining experience as well.

【题文1What does the underlined words edible food in Paragraph 1 refer to?

A. Healthy food.         B. Expensive food.

C. Food suitable to eat.       D. Food grown locally.

【题文2Why does the Salvage Supperclub have dinners inside the dumpsters?

A. To share their fancy ideas.      B. To warn people not to waste.

C. To show waste should be reused.     D. To advise people not to throw dumpsters.

【题文3Whats Josh Treuhafts advice to reduce Americas food waste?

A. People should make full use of ugly food.

B. People should join in the ugly food movement.

C. People should be more aware of food shortage.

D. People should develop their potential in producing food.

【题文4What makes Raleys stop its Real Good after 90 days of its operation?

A. Lack of sources of product.      B. Retailers pursuing larger profit.

C. Bad harvests due to bad weather.     D. Peoples unwillingness to buy imperfect produce.

 

题型:阅读理解
难度:中等

C

Retailers are exploring a new frontier in social commerce as they go beyond simply offering Facebook pages and Twitter profiles for their customers to follow.

Fueling this trend is web retailers quick adoption of social sign-on, which allows consumers to log in to their Facebook account instead of registering on an e-commerce site. Social sign-on gives retailers access to rich profile information for targeting customers.

"Bringing Facebook profile data into retail sites makes sense because it influences consumers," said Jeffrey Grau, e-marketer principal analyst and author of the new report "Social Commerce: Personalized and Collaborative(合作的) Shopping Experiences". "In contrast, many consumers on Facebook are mainly socializing with friends and further removed from making purchase decisions."

Over half of online retailers who responded to an August 2016 survey by Gigya, a provider of social sign-on applications, had either implemented the feature or planned to add it in the near future.

The Gigya study highlighted the benefits that online retailers and media-entertainment publishers get from offering social sign-on. At the top of the list were increased reservation (84%) and richer profile information for targeting product recommendations, emails, promotions and coupons(优惠券)(80%).

"Social networks like Facebook are a center of information about peoples likes and interests,"said Grau.When consumers give a retailer permission to access their personal data on Facebook, the retailers see not only what those people have written in their profiles but also the content they have liked on other sites."

A separate study outlined just some of the data available from various sites not counting other information, like which products, news articles and content on third-party sites they link to in status updates.

Retailers must also be careful about delivering personalized recommendations and targeted ads. These could make consumers feel that their online privacy is being invaded and create a backlash, which is already a perennial(反复的) problem for social networks like Facebook.

【题文1 Why are retailers turning to Facebook and Twitter?

A. It is easier to trade on the sites.

B. They can talk with their customers there.

C. Their users can be turned into their customers.

D. E-commerce is easier done than social commerce.

【题文2 How do most retailers react to social sign-on?

A. They react slowly.         B. They are researching it.

C. They response actively.        D. They are waiting and seeing.

【题文3】What does Grau think the advantage of retailers using social networks is?

A. They sell more online.        B. They get more social support.

C. They make more friends online.      D. They know peoples likes and interests.

【题文4 What is the best title of the passage?

A. The trend of e-commerce       B. Conversion of customers

C. The future of social shopping       D. Advantages of e-commerce

 

题型:阅读理解
难度:中等

B

My 10-year-old nephew is timid. I was delighted when his mother, my sister, asked me to take him to the circus(马戏团). Buy one bag of popcorn, she ordered.

"Is there anything we should avoid?"

"Yes, but you cant avoid it. Its the elephants parade around the ring."

David has read that the circus elephants are the most unhappy creatures in the universe. Theyd rather be torn open by a lion than made fool of themselves before a crowd. So, when they started their act, David began to cry, Those big, big tears

So, eyes still dry, sharing popcorn, we watched simian(猴的) cast rush into the ring to a burst of cheers. Then we watched the individual acts the monkey from the Bolshoi, the famous clown who climbed the tallest pole, hanging on by a finger and a knee. He raised laughter from the audience of children. If the clown slipped, the net would catch him, although no net can be trusted. Its easy to fall wrong, and if so you can break your silly neck. I would keep that information from David, I promised my schoolteacher. I was the cool adult here.

At last elephants came and did their parade, each wearing a hat. My arm slipped around my beloved nephew.

"Aunt Ella, they are so unhappy."

"I believe they are. But some day this act will be outlawed."

"Really?"

"Yes. The elephants will be returned to the grasslands in Africa and spend the rest of their lives eating green stuff, never having to grab a tail." I put my arms around him and whispered in his ear, "I love you."

He did not sob(呜咽) but nestled closer to me.

The elephants were the last act of the first half of the show, and enduring their performance earned us another box of popcorn.

【题文1 Why did the authors sister ask her to buy a bag of popcorn?

A. To show a new fashion.

B. To use it to help David kill time.

C. To use it to help improve Davids attention.

D. To use it to distract Davids attention to his fear.

【题文2 What does the author use clown in Paragraph 5 to refer to?

A. The circus monkey.        B. The circus worker.

C. The circus audience.        D. The amusing actor.

【题文3 How did the author feel when watching the monkey acting?

A. She was touched by its acting.      B. She was afraid of her nephews fear.

C. She regretted taking David to watch it.     D. She was worried about the monkeys safety.

【题文4What will the following paragraph be about?

A. How the author comforted her nephew.     B. What the second half of the show was like.

C. What lesson the author got from the show.    D. How much popcorn was needed in the play.

 

题型:阅读理解
难度:中等

A

NATURAL BEAUTY: OUR ENVIRONMENT

Anne Bowen, an art teacher, always emphasized environmental themes in her classes. She channels her concern for the environment into her artwork, which you can see in her Our Environment exhibition, at the Carrollwood Cultural Center in Tampa. Bowen uses mixed media (pen and ink, colored pencils and paint) to describe nature, using patterns that echo the symmetry(对称) found there. She’s also interested in the ways animals live together in groups, which she explores in her piece Monarch Butterflies(pictured). She hopes her art inspires viewers to come up with solutions to environmental problems. Bowen’s commitment to environmental preservation isn’t just lip service; she’ll donate half of her sales profits to the Sierra Club. In addition to Our Environment, members of the Exhibiting Society of Artists have an exhibition in the gallery. The opening reception for both shows is 58 p.m. Friday. 4537 Lowell Road. (813) 269-1310.

ABSTRACTIONS: UNFURLED

Local artist Dominique Martinez, the creative force behind Rustic Steel Creations, bought and renovated the old Tampa Heights Fire Station No. 5, which became Red Door No. 5. Each month, the gallery features local artists with an opening reception in conjunction with First Friday Art in the Heights. This Fridays exhibition, Unfurled, features abstract artists Stephanie Ong and Laura Kmetz.

Ongs paintings are a form of communication using light, scale and color. Her latest series, Habitats, explores transitions in life. Kmetzs works are deep concentrations of nature and objects, which she explores through multilayered, mixed-media works. She seeks to reveal the essence of things, finding their meaning and offer associations with displacement, loss, search, recovery and preservation. The opening reception is 710 p.m. 1910 N Florida Ave. The gallerys hours after that are by appointment.

【题文1What is the theme of Anne Bowen Our Environment exhibition?

A. Her interest in her art work.       B. Her experience in her teaching.

C. Her ways to protect the environment.     D. Her concern for the environment.

【题文2 What is Anne Bowens intention of displaying her Monarch Butterflies?

A. To remind people to care about the environment.

B. To exhibit her discovery in environmental problems.

C. To show her contribution in environmental preservation.

D. To call on viewers to donate for environmental protection.

【题文3】What do Stephanie Ong and Laura Kmetz show in this Fridays exhibition Unfurled?

A. Pictures of human figures.       B. Visual aesthetic(美感) of nature.

C. Meaning of natural preservation.      D. Abstract works that show their exploration.

 

在现代社会中,电脑给人们的生活、学习和工作各个方面带来了极大的便利,但是同时也带来了很大的负面影响;①削弱想象力和创造力,②降低书写、拼写和阅读技能,③电脑辐射(radiation)对人体有害。

请你以“Negative Effects of Computer”为题写一篇英语短文。注意:①词数100左右,②文中不得透漏个人姓名和学校名称。

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The idea of giving blood is very simple, but that idea has saved many thousands of lives over the past century.

Doctors have been carrying out blood transfusions for hundreds of years. 1..起初,他们从绵羊身上抽血. But that wasn’t very successful. It wasn’t until last century that doctors realized there are several types of blood. 2.. and that the correct type must always be used. Once they knew that, blood transfusions had become almost 100% successful.

So, you might be thinking, what does this have to do with me? Well, 3..它与我们大家都有关系. Hospitals need to keep banks of blood ready for transfusions. The only way they can get that blood is from ordinary people like you. 4.. Every human body has about5.liters of blood, and we take 0.5 liters from each person. This is completely safe. In fact. 6.. your body will make enough blood to replace it in a day. It costs you nothing, and it could save a life. So please give blood.

 

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