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Li Hua’s parents hold different opinions on whether they should have ________ child.

A. anotherB. otherC. othersD. the other

 

Yesterday I went back to my primary school, ________ my teachers and I recalled our good old days.

A. whichB. thatC. whenD. where

 

________ as a volunteer teacher in Tibet for a year, Linda has become more experienced.

A. To workB. WorkingC. Having workedD. Worked

 

The 24 solar terms(二十四节气) ________ a great effect on Chinese people’s lives for thousands of years.

A. have hadB. hadC. haveD. had had

 

—What a drive! I’m tired out.

—No wonder! You have been driving for such a long time ________ taking a break.

A. byB. withoutC. throughD. in

 

Things don’t always go as planned, ________ I still stay positive.

A. orB. asC. butD. for

 

假设你是红星中学高三(1)班的学生李华。你和同学们在学校观看神舟十一号载人飞船发射直播。请按照以下四幅图的先后顺序,给校刊“英语角”写一篇英文稿件,介绍当天的活动。

注意:1. 词数不少于60。

      2. 开头已给出,不计入总词数。

提示词:点火:ignite

 

Last Monday I had an unforgettable experience. I watched the launch of Shenzhou XI manned spacecraft through TV at school.

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假设你是红星中学高三学生李华。你的英国朋友Jim和你都喜欢阅读,最近他在邮件中提出想与和你分享读书心得。请你给Jim回信,向他介绍你喜欢的一本励志的书籍。内容包括:

1.该书的书名;

2.该书的主要内容;

3.该书对你的影响。

注意:1.词数不少于50;

2.开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。

Dear Jim,

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Yours,

Li Hua

 

根据短文内容,从短文后的七个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。

Network With Ease

Networking is very important in our daily lives. Often the best jobs and opportunities are not advertised but filled by word of mouth. With this in mind, a good idea is to go and find them yourself. How is this done?  By the simple process of networking. A number of people feel networking is a waste of time and it has no effect on personal relationships or being successful in your business. __1.___ Relationships and business have been built via the networking process for hundreds of years.

Networking is not about meeting hundreds of people, communicating with them and then never meeting them again. It’s about getting to know each other and finding out if you are able to make the relationship beneficial for both of you. If you aren’t able to then see if you can introduce them to someone more well-matched to their business.

__2.__ One day she decided to donate one of her articles to the local newspaper so it could be published and people around the world could have the chance to read it. The article focused on an event, which was coming up and was hosted by a woman’s publishing group. The group not only liked the article, but also appreciated what she had done, so they recommended her to a national magazine. _3.__ This example shows how networking can be done easily, if well thought out. Touching base with a few people can in fact lead to reaching many.

___4.___ I heard a story of someone recommending a friend for a teaching position with a nonprofit organization. Interestingly enough after getting the position, he returned the favor by referring his friend into a job he had heard about. How funny things work out!

When looking for a new job, it may be worth joining a networking group focusing on the sector of business you are interested in. It’s a great way to meet people, do research into companies by asking questions of those people who work there. __5._

The examples above show that in order to network effectively and in an efficient manner, you do not need to be outgoing or know a lot of people. All it requires is being creative, listening well, asking relevant questions and developing a good reputation with others. You would be amazed at how many doors will open for you.

A. This concept is completely incorrect.

B. Family and friends are the easiest and best way to increase your network.

C. Often the opportunity may just be within that particular networking group.

D. So now, not only does she get to write regular articles, she also gets paid for it.

E. Getting in touch with your friends and your colleagues often helps you build a larger network.

F. A simple example of how easy networking can be is the example of a woman who used to love writing articles.

G. By referring your friends or relatives whom you think are well suited for a job is another way to network.

 

Every year, thousands of new high school graduates pack their bags, move to new cities, and sign papers accepting loans, the money borrowed from a bank or lenders etc, which they might not be able to pay back. Without proper education on personal finance, especially as it relates to paying for college, young adults are guided into improper loan plans that result in years of debt after graduation. In order to set students up to succeed financially, it is important to educate students and parents on their financial options before school in the fall. The best way to support families heading for college is to require that every high school student take a personal finance class before graduation. This will help smooth the transition into adulthood.

The average student takes out at least one loan to cover the costs of their education each year. In 2014 the average student graduating from college carried a negative balance of about $20,000 in debt, which often spread over multiple lenders. Upon graduation, students rarely know exactly how much money they owe, and even though they are in the state of being unable to pay their debts, they cannot wipe out student loans. These students spend much of their adult lives paying off the gradual increasing debts.

A personal finance course would teach students how to manage their income and expenditures, while helping to significantly reduce the amount of debt students carry into adulthood. By teaching students how to save money and live within their means, this course will provide the next generation with a foundation to progress financially. Students choosing to get a job straight out of high school would also benefit from finance education for these very reasons. With education on how to manage their finances, all young people will have the knowledge to make healthy decisions, leading them to improve good credit and purchase needed items like cars and homes with skill and confidence.

While not every young person makes financial mistakes, those who do can face years of difficulty trying to get their finances back under control. Rather than help them through these hard times when they happen, we should try to prevent them from happening at all. Making the completion of personal finance coursework a requirement for graduation would ensure that young people are at least aware of the basics of preserving a financial stability.

1.After graduation from college, many young people ________.

A. struggle to support their families

B. spend years paying off their debts

C. get through the hard times smoothly

D. are able to manage their own finances well

2.What is the third paragraph mainly about?

A. Ways to improve financial credits.

B. Advantages of taking a finance course.

C. Skills of balancing income and expenditures.

D. Introduction to the education on personal finance.

3.Having financial knowledge, high school students are probably able to ________.

A. smooth their way for college

B. get out of their financial trap

C. free from the cost of their college education

D. avoid the risk of the future financial trouble

4.The main purpose of the passage is to ________.

A. inform and explain

B. argue and persuade

C. analyze and evaluate

D. discuss and examine

 

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