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假定你是李华,与留学生朋友Bob约好一起去书店,因故不能赴约。请给他写封邮件,内容包括:

1.表示歉意;

2.说明原因;

3.另约时间。

注意:

1.词数100左右;

2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

 

下面短文中有10处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏词符号(ʌ),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。

Hi, Janice,

It's been a month since I came to this new school and I really want share with you some of the problems I have been experiencing.

As I tell you last time, I made three new friend here. We hang out together during lunch and after school. We've been spending a lot of time sing in karaoke bars. It's been three Saturdays now and it really costs me many. And I started to see this as a time-wasting activity! In fact, I don’t like to go anymore, so I’m afraid I’ll lose their friendship. How do you think I should do? If you are me, would you talk to him?

Please help with me and give me some advice.

Grace

 

阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于3个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

Many people travel during the holiday season but do not make sure that their houses and homes ____1.___(protect). Crimes go up ___2.___(rapid) during the winter and summer holiday seasons. Here are some things that you should keep in mind when you go on holiday.

Always give ___3.___(strange) the feeling that you are at home. Have the snow ___4.__(clean) off your stairs or out of your driveway during the winter season. You might ask someone to park his/her car in ____5.__(you) driveway.

Tell your newspaper deliverer that you are not at home. __6.____(have) a pile of newspapers and other mail on your doorsteps tells people that you are not at home, so you could also have a neighbor ___7.__ a relative get your mail every day.

Fix a timer(定时器) in some of your rooms ___8.___ turns lights on and ___9.__ during different time of the day. Some TVs also come with a timer that you could set to be turned on during certain time. Have motion(运动) sensitive lights outside your house that keep thieves away ___10.___ you are not at home.

 

阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从36-55各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

Once, I met a taxi driver, a man in his late 30s, who picked me up and drove me to my destination. As we ________ along the road, I asked him how his business was. He told me ________ that his business was just fine, but the cost of gas was really hurting his bottom line. We then ________ a spirited discussion and got around to discussing the job environment.

He told me that he had difficulty getting another type of work because of his ________.”I am a former criminal," he said ________,"People look at my record and then I'm done," he complained.“I know I messed up but I've turned my life ________ and have been clean for several years", he went on to explain quietly and without ________“It is never ________ to start a new life, "I said, ________ the critical thing is that you are starting and that you have options." The driver seemed to be ________ as he looked back at me from the front seat. "Like what kind of options?" He asked. “If you don't want to drive a taxi for the rest of your life, then you can make a ________ to go back to school, even part-time, so you can ________ for a trade or some other occupation you are interested in." I replied.

Later, as I said goodbye to the driver, I felt a moment of pain for him. But, at the same time, the driver is like a lot of other people I have met over the yearsonly ________ is that they are not former criminals. They are still in a type of prison each day of the week. These are people who already have good jobs and good reputations but are totally ________ with their lives. The daily ________ they go to is one where work is ________, where each day is full of worry wishing for something better. This is a prison of the ________

If these words ________ your daily life, know that there is always an opportunity to ________ your life if you set your sights on a higher level and take action towards it. The decision is yours and yours ________

1.A. rolledB. runC. walkedD. fled

2.A. chieflyB. mainlyC. directlyD. briefly

3.A. entered intoB. came intoC. broke intoD. run into

4.A. informationB. knowledgeC. backgroundD. personality

5.A. loudlyB. straightforwardly

C. secretlyD. quietly

6.A. offB. inC. aroundD. down

7.A. angerB. happinessC. sorrowD. envy

8.A. hardB. easyC. rareD. common

9.A. andB. soC. thusD. but

10.A. excitedB. surprisedC .thrilledD. frightened

11.A. choiceB. differenceC. contributionD. promise

12.A. struggleB. workC. qualifyD. choose

13.A. troubleB. difficultyC. differenceD. challenge

14.A. satisfiedB. dissatisfiedC. happyD. unhappy

15.A. placeB. destinationC. areaD. prison

16.A. hatedB. enjoyedC. preferredD. honored

17.A. brainB. mindC. bodyD. thought

18.A. equalB. encourageC. describeD. introduce

19.A. changeB. quitC. leaveD. decide

20.A. mainlyB. aloneC. lonelyD. merely

 

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。

Money Matters

Parents should help their children understand money.     1.   So you may start talking about money when your child shows an interest in buying things, candy or toys, for example.

1. The basic function of money

Begin explaining the basic function of money by showing how people trade money for goods or services. It is important to show your child how money is traded for the things he wants to have. If he wants to have a toy, give him the money and let him hand the money to the cashier(收银员).      2.    When your child grows a bit older and understands the basic function of money, you can start explaining more complex ways of using money.

2. Money lessons

Approach money lessons with openness and honesty.   3.    If you must say no to a child’s request to spend money, explain, You have enough toy trucks for now. Or, if the request is for many different things, say, You have to make a choice between this toy and that toy.

3.     4.    

Begin at the grocery store. Pick out two similar brands of a product a name-brand butter and a generic (无商标产品),for example. You can show your child how to make choices between different brands of a product so that you can save money.    5.    If he chooses the cheaper brand, allow him to make another purchase with the money saved. Later, you may explain how the more expensive choice leaves less money for other purchases.

A. Wise decisions.

B. The value of money.

C. Permit the child to choose between them.

D. Tell your child why he can or cannot have certain things.

E. Ask yourself what things that cost money are most important to you

F. Talk about how the money bought the thing after you leave the toy store.

G. The best time to teach a child anything about money is when he shows an interest.

 

“Indeed,” George Washington wrote in his diary in 1785, “some kind of fly, or bug, had begun to eat the leaves before I left home.” But the father of America was not the father of bug. When Washington wrote that, Englishmen had been referring to insects as bugs for more than a century, and Americans had already created lightning-bug(萤火虫). But the English were soon to stop using the bugs in their language, leaving it to the Americans to call a bug a bug in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

The American bug could also be a person, referring to someone who was crazy about a particular activity. Although fan became the usual term, sports fans used to be called racing bugs, baseball bugs, and the like.

Or the bug could be a small machine or object, for example, a bug-shaped car. The bug could also be a burglar alarm, from which comes the expression to bug, that is, “to install (安装) an alarm”. Now it means a small piece of equipment that people use for listening secretly to others’ conversation. Since the 1840s, to bug has long meant “to cheat”, and since the 1940s it has been annoying.

We also know the bug as a flaw in a computer program or other design. That meaning dates back to the time of Thomas Edison. In 1878 he explained bugs as “little problems and difficulties” that required months of study and labor to overcome in developing a successful product. In 1889 it was recorded that Edison “had been up the two previous nights discovering ‘a bug’ in his invented record player.”

1.We learn from Paragraph 1 that ________.

A. Americans had difficulty in learning to use the word bug

B. George Washington was the first person to call an insect a bug

C. the word bug was still popularly used in English in the nineteenth century

D. both Englishman and Americans used the word bug in the eighteenth century

2.What does the word “flaw” in the last paragraph probably mean?

A. Explanation.B. Finding.C. Origin.D. Fault.

3.The passage is mainly concerned with ________.

A. the misunderstanding of the word bug

B. the development of the word bug

C. the public views of the word bug

D. the special characteristics of the word bug

 

Papa, as a son of a dirt-poor farmer, left school early and went to work in a factory, for education was for the rich then. So, the world became his school. With great interest, he read everything he could lay his hands on, listened to the town elders and learned about the world beyond his tiny hometown. "There's so much to learn," he'd say. "Though we're born stupid, only the stupid remain that way. "He was determined that none of his children would be denied (拒绝) an education.

Thus, Papa insisted that we learn at least one new thing each day. Though, as children, we thought this was crazy, it would never have occurred to us to deny Papa a request. And dinner time seemed perfect for sharing what we had learned. We would talk about the news of the day; no matter how insignificant, it was never taken lightly. Papa would listen carefully and was ready with some comment, always to the point.

Then came the moment—the time to share the day's new learning.

Papa, at the head of the table, would push back his chair and pour a glass of red wine, ready to listen.

"Felice," he'd say, "tell me what you learned today."

"I learned that the population of Nepal is ...."

Silence.

Papa was thinking about what was said, as if the salvation of the world would depend upon it. "The population of Nepal. Hmm. Well ..." he'd say. "Get the map; let's see where Nepal is. " And the whole family went on a search for Nepal.

This same experience was repeated until each family member had a turn. Dinner ended only after we had a clear understanding of at least half a dozen such facts.

As children, we thought very little about these educational wonders. Our family, however, was growing together, sharing experiences and participating in one another's education. And by looking at us, listening to us, respecting our input, affirming our value, giving us a sense of dignity, Papa was unquestionably our most influential teacher.

Later during my training as a future teacher I studied with some of the most famous educators. They were imparting what Papa had known all along—the value of continual learning. His technique has served me well all my life. Not a single day has been wasted, though I can never tell when knowing the population of Nepal might prove useful.

1.What do we know from the first paragraph?

A. The author's father was born in a worker's family.

B. Those born stupid could not change their life.

C. The town elders wanted to learn about the world.

D. The poor could hardly afford school education.

2.The underlined word "it" in the second paragraph refers to "________".

A. one new thingB. a requestC. the newsD. some comment

3.It can be learned from the passage that the author ________.

A. enjoyed talking about news

B. knew very well about Nepal

C. felt regret about those wasted days

D. appreciated his father's educational technique

 

The Boy Made It!

One Sunday, Nicholas, a teenager, went skiing at Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine. In the early afternoon, when he was planning to go home, a fierce snowstorm swept into the area. Unable to see far, he accidentally turned off the path. Before he knew it, Nicholas was lost, all alone! He didn’t have food, water, a phone, or other supplies. He was getting colder by the minute.

Nicholas had no idea where he was. He tried not to panic. He thought about all the survival shows he had watched on TV. It was time to put the tips he had learned to use.

He decided to stop skiing. There was a better chance of someone finding him if he stayed put. The first thing he did was to find shelter form the freezing wind and snow. If he didn’t, his body temperature would get very low, which could quickly kill him. Using his skis, Nicholas built a snow cave. He gathered a huge mass of snow and dug out a hole in the middle. Then he piled branches on top of himself, like a blanket, to stay as warm as he could.

By that evening, Nicholas was really hungry. He ate snow and drank water from a nearby stream so that his body wouldn’t lose too much water. Not knowing how much longer he could last, Nicholas did the only thing he could — he huddled (蜷缩) in his cave and slept.

The next day, Nicholas went out to look for help, but he couldn’t find anyone. He followed his tracks and returned to the snow cave, because without shelter, he could die that night. On Tuesday, Nicholas went out again to find help. He had walked for about a mile when a volunteer searcher found him. After two days stuck in the snow, Nicholas was saved.

Nicholas might not have survived this snowstorm had it not been for TV. He had often watched Grylls’ survival show Man vs. Wild. That’s where he learned the tips that saved his life. In each episode(一期节目) of Man vs. Wild, Grylls is abandoned in a wild area and has to find his way out.

When Grylls heard about Nicholas’ amazing deeds, he was super impressed that Nicholas had made it since he knew better than anyone how hard Nicholas had to work to stay alive.

1.What happened to Nicholas one Sunday afternoon?

A. He got lost.B. He broke his skis.

C. He hurt his eyesD. He caught a cold.

2.How did Nicholas keep himself warm?

A. He found a shelter.B. He lighted some branches.

C. He kept on skiing.D. He built a snow cave.

3.On Tuesday, Nicholas ______.

A. returned to his shelter safelyB. was saved by a searcher

C. got stuck in the snowD. stayed where he was

4.Nicholas left Grylls a very deep impression because he ______.

A. did the right things in the dangerous situation

B. watched Grylls’ TV program regularly

C. created some tips for survival

D. was very hard-working

 

假定你是学生会主席李华。你的美国朋友卡尔正在你市度假,请你代表学生会给他写一封信,邀请他给同学们做报告。要点如下:

1.时间:下周三下午3点到5点;

2.报告内容:如何提高英语口语,美国学生的日常生活以及中美差异。

   注意:

1.词数100左右;

2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

3. 参考词汇: 学生会 Student Union

Dear Carl,

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

Yours sincerely,

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. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

Last summer I did some fruit-picking. It is pretty hard work. I had to start in 7 am and pick for a good eight hour. But it was such cheerful that we had great fun. Some of we had guitars, so in the evenings we had barbecues and played a bit music together. I only got about $80 a week, but at the least they gave me all my meals, and the food was not that awfully. Basic accommodation was also supplying. Still, I’m afraid I won’t be going fruit-picking this summer, because I’ve got a temporary job in town what pays better.

 

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