.My uncle hasn’t been able to quit smoking, but at least he has ______.
A. cut out B. cut down C. cut up D. cut off
Michael put up a picture of Yao Ming beside the bed to keep himself ______ of his own dreams.
A.reminding B. to remind C. reminded D. remind
--What are you doing this Saturday?
--I’m not sure, but I ______ go to the Rolling Stones concert.
A.must B. would C. should D. might
A new study warns that about thirty percent of the world’s people may not have enough water by the year 2025．
A private American organization called Population Action International(PAI) did the new study．It says more than 335 million people lack enough water now．The people live in 28 countries．Most of the countries are in Africa or the Middle East．
PAI researcher Robert Engelman says by the year 2025，about 3，000 million people may lack water．At least 18 more countries are expected to have severe water problems．The demand for water keeps increasing．Yet the amount of water on Earth stays the same．
Mr．Engelman says the population in countries that lack water is growing faster than in other parts of the world．He says population growth in these countries will continue to increase．
The report says lack of water in the future may result in several problems．It may increase health problems．Lack of water often means drinking waters is not safe．Mr．Engelman says there are problems all over the world because of diseases，such as cholera which are carried in water．
Lack of water may also result in more international conflict．Countries may have to compete for water in the future．Some countries now get sixty percent of their fresh water from other countries．And the report says lack of water would affect the ability to improve their economies．This is because new industries often need large amounts of water when they are beginning．
The Population Action International study gives several solutions to the water problem．One way，it says，is to find ways to use water for more than one purpose．Another way is to teach people to be careful not to waste water．A third way is to use less water for agriculture．
The report also says long--term solutions to the water problem must include controls on population growth．
上周是你校的艺术周，周三你们有幸邀请到外籍教师Henry教授给高一（1）班的学生上了一堂英语课。假如你是校报的记者李明，请你以 “An Impressive English Lesson”为题按下列提示用英语写一篇新闻报道。内容包括：
An Impressive English Lesson
On Wednesday of last Art Week, we_______________________________________.
Last Friday, as usual I went home by bike. But at a crossing, I 1.________ (sudden) knocked an old man off his bike. I hurried over and found that his leg 2.__________ (injure). Nervous and worried, I called my mom and told her what had happened. We decided to take him to the hospital first.
Shortly after we arrived at the hospital, my mother came. I had some doubt3.____________ there was anything seriously wrong with the old man. The doctor gave the old man a 4.__________ (detail) examination. To our delight and relief, there was nothing seriously wrong with him. We thanked the doctor and left. After that, we went back to the place5.__________ the old man’s bike was parked, only 6.________ (find) it didn’t work. So I immediately found a repairman to get it7._________(fix). Soon he finished 8.________ (repair) it. Before the old man left, my mom offered him our cell phone number in case he needed to contact us. Then the old man got on his bike and we waved goodbye to each other.
If I9.________(ride) my bike carefully, I would have avoided the accident. Consequently, the unexpected accident made me realize that in the first place we should be careful, but once it occurs, we should take10.______________ (responsible).