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Laziness is a state of inaction. It is s...

Laziness is a state of inaction. It is something that you do, not something that you are. Being lazy means you have no motivation to do anything. Many people make the mistake that they view themselves as lazy.

Lazy people are often seen as useless. They are the ones who don’t do anything. They can be seen as underachievers or even bums(废物). This can be a child or an adult. You can view a student who never studies as lazy. You can see an employee who doesn’t do his work as lazy. In all of these cases, what the lazy person is doing is being lazy. But are they really being lazy or are they acting lazy?

There is a huge different between saying you act lazy sometimes and you are a lazy person. One is suggesting that your laziness is temporary while the other suggests that it’s permanent. This is the myth of laziness. People who are lazy aren’t; they simply are people who are temporarily acting that way.

So that causes a person to be inactive? The answer is a lack of goals. If you give someone a good enough reason to do something, they will do it. People who don’t seem to do anything just haven’t found a good enough reason to do something. Lazy students don’t study because they don’t see the point in studying. If you give them a reason, a strong enough reason, they will take action.

For example, if you are too lazy to go to the gym, would you go if someone offered you a million dollars to go? If you are too lazy to go to clean out the garage, would someone pointing a gun to your head help you take action? The reason can be positive or negative as long as it’s strong enough to induce(引起)action.

To motivate someone who is lazy, what you need to do is to help them find purpose and enough reasons to work towards a certain goal.

1.According to the passage, who can be viewed as acting lazy?

A. A student who always cheats out the garage.

B. A husband who never cleans out the garage.

C. A clerk who si always scolded for being useless.

D. A mother who doesn’t feel like cooking on Sunday.

2.The main reason why people are not active is that___________.

A. they are aimless

B. they lack enough money

C. they have too many negative feelings

D. they find no point in learning new things

3.The purpose of the writing is to help readers___________.

A. to recognize one’s weakness

B. to see laziness in a different way

C. to have a clear idea about what a habit is

D. to inspire students to be hard-working

4.What is the best title for the text?

A. Being lazy and cat lazy

B. Laziness and motivation

C. Temporary and permanent.

D. Being positive and negative


1.D 2.A 3.B 4.B 【解析】本文介绍了导致人变懒惰的原因是没有明确的目标,要想改变这种状态就要为他找到明确的目标。 1.细节理解题。根据文章第三段前两句There is a huge different between saying you act lazy sometimes and you are a lazy person. One is sugge...

Sonya and her family have been homeless since she was 3 years old. Over the years, they have moved more than 15times to different shelters around New York City. Moving around was hard on Sonya。At school, Sonya hid her homeless from teachers and other students. She didn’t want to be treated differently from other kids.

In sixth grade, Sonya discovered a way to deal with some of her stress. She began studying dance at her middle school. “IT was a way for me to express myself, instead of just holding everything in,”she explains. Soon, Sonya auditioned(试演)for a summer dance camp run by Alvin Alley, a famous dance company. She was accepted. “I was excited,”says Sonya.

Dancing became an even more important part of Sonya’s life in high school. But things were not going well for Sonya at school. Each time her family moved to a new shelter, Sonya often took care of her younger sisters and brothers. She helped them get ready in the morning and took them to school. They would be on time, but Sonya would be late.

Worrying about her family kept Sonya from thinking about her own future. That changed the summer after 11th grade. Sonya learned she would have to go to summer school to graduate. She became determined to succeed, no matter what. “It was a wake-up call,”she says.“I had to focus on school and on myself.”

Sonya made up the work that she had missed, and finally graduated from high school. No one in her family had gone to college before. But in September 2015, Sonya enrolled in the State University of New York at Potsdam. She plans to become a doctor for kids and to teach dance to children who have disabilities.

1.According to the text, Sonya_____________.

A. learned to dance at the age of 3

B. kept moving to a better school

C. hid to secrets from her teachers

D. became homeless at an early age

2.From Sonya’s experience, we can infer__________.

A. she could express herself by dancing

B. teachers and other students laughed at her

C. Sonya determined to be a doctor for people with disabilities

D. her sisters and brothers stopped her from thinking about her future

3.By saying“IT was a wake-up call,” Sonya means that__________.

A. she needed to teach herself

B. she must support her family

C. she should focus on dancing

D. she had to finish high school

4.What’s the main idea of the text?

A. A girl finds hope through dance.

B. Dancing makes people confident.

C. Sonya dreams of becoming a dance star.

D. More and more kids stay at shelters in New York.



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The Revenant

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The Fifth Wave:

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Plot:Four waves of increasingly deadly attacks have left most of Earth decimated. Against a backdrop of fear and distrust, Cassie is on the run, desperately trying to save her younger brother. As she prepares for the fifth wave, Cassie teams up with a young man who may become her final hope-if she can only trust him.

Kung Fu Panda 3

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Plot:Po reunites with his biological father and travels with him to a secret sanctuary of pandas where, to his surprise, he does not fit in. There he meets Mei Mei, an overly eager panda, who had been promised to Po through an arranged marriage when they were children. To make matters worse, an evil ancient spirit called Kai begins terrorizing China and stealing the powers of defeated kung fu masters. Now, in the face of incredible odds, Po must learn to train a village of clumsy, fun-loving pandas to become a band of Kung Fu Pandas.

1.Which of the following films is about detection?

A. The Revenant.

B. Kung Fu Panda 3.

C. The Fifth Wave.

D. Sherlock: The Abominable Bride.

2.If a couple with a child aged 7 want to watch Kung Fu Panda 3, they will pay_________.

A. $15

B. $10.5

C. $18.5

D. $14.5

3.This passage may be taken from_________.

A. a story book.

B. a guidebook for tourists.

C. a magazine about science.

D. an entertainment poster.










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On a bright, warm July afternoon, Mac Hollan, a primary school teacher, was cycling from his home to Alaska with his friends. One of his friends had stopped to make a bicycle repair, but they had encouraged Mac to carry on, and they would catch up with him soon. As Mac pedaled ( 骑行)

along alone, he thought fondly of his wife and two young daughters at home. He hoped to show them this beautiful place someday.

Then Mac heard quick and loud breathing behind him. “Man, that's a big dog!" he thought. But when he looked to the side, he saw instantly that it wasn’t a dog at all,but a wolf:, quickly catching up with him.

Mac’s heart jumped. He found out his can of hear spray. With one hand on the bars, he fired the spray at the wolf. A bright red cloud enveloped the animal, and to Mac's relief, it fell back, shaking its head. But a minute later, it was by his side again. Then it attacked the back of Mac's

bike, tearing open his tent hag. He fired at the wolf a second time, and again, it fell back only to quickly restart the chase(追赶)。

Mac was pedaling hard now. He waved and yelled at passing cars but was careful not to show down. He was a steep uphill climb before him. He knew that manfen5 once he hit the hill, he’d be easy caught up and the wolf’s teeth would be tearing into his flesh.

At this moment, Paul and Beeky were driving their car on their way to Alaska. They didn’t think much of it when they saw two cyclists repairing their bike on the side of the road. A bit later, they spotted what they, too, assumed was a dog running alongside a man on a bike. As they got closer, they realized that the dog was a wolf. Mac heard a large vehicle behind him. He pulled in front of it as the wolf was catching up fast, just a dozen yards away now.



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Last October ,while tending her garden in Mora ,Sweden ,Lena  Pahlsson  pulled out a handful of small       56     (carrot) and was about to throw them away .But something made her look closer ,and she noticed a     57  (shine) object .Yes ,there beneath the leafy top of one tiny carrot was her long-lost wedding ring.

Pahlsson screamed   58   loudly that her daughter came running from the house .“she thought I had hurt   59     (I),”says Pahlsson Sixteen years   60   (early),Pahlsson had removed the diamond ring     61  (cook) a meal. When she

wanted to put the ring back on later, it was gone. She

supected that one of her three daughters-then ten. eight, and six- had picked it up, but the girls said they hadn't. Pahlsson and her husband      62  (seareh) the kitchen, checking every corner. but turned up nothing. “I gave up hope of finding my ring again," she says. She never replaced it.

Pahlsson and her husband now think the ring probably got 63    (sweep) into a pile of kitchen rubbish and was spread over the garden,   64     it remained until the carrot’s leafy top accidentally sprouted (生长) through it. For Pahlsson, its return was   65     wonder.





Alia Baker is a librarian in Iraq. Her library used to be a 36 place for all who loved books and liked to share knowledge. They 37 various matters all over the world. When the war was near, Alia was  38  that the fires of war would destroy the books, which are more 39 to her than mountain of gold. The books are in every language new books, ancient books, 40 a book on the history of Iraq that is seven hundred years old.

She had asked the government for  41  to move the books to a 42  place, but they refused. So Alia took matters into her own hands. 43  , she brought books home every night,  44  her car late after work. Her friends came to 45  her when the war broke out. Anis who owned a restaurant  46 to hide some books. All through the  47 , Alia, Anis, his brothers and neighbours took the books from the library, 48  them over the seven-foot wall and 49  them in the restaurant. The books stayed hidden as the war  50  . Then nine days laters, a fire burned the  51  to the ground.

One day, the bombing stopped and the  52 left. But the war was not over yet. Alia knew that if the books were to be safe, they must be 53 again while the city was 54  . So she hired a truck to bring all the books to the houses of friends in the suburbs(郊区). Now Alia waited for the war to end and 55 peace and a new library.

1.A. meeting   B. working   C. personal   D. religious

2.A. raised    B. handled   C. reported   D. discussed

3.A. worried   B. angry    C. doubtful   D. curious

4.A. practical   B. precious   C. reliable   D. expensive

5.A. then    B. still    C. even    D. rather

6.A. permission  B. confirmation  C. explanation  D. information

7.A. large    B. public   C. distant   D. safe

8.A. Fortunately  B. Surprisingly  C. Seriously   D. Secretly

9.A. starting   B. parking   C. filling   D. testing

10.A. stop    B. help    C. warn    D. rescue

11.A. intended   B. pretended   C. happened   D. agreed

12.A. war    B. night    C. building   D. way

13.A. put    B. opened   C. passed   D. threw

14.A. hid    B. exchanged  C.burnt    D. distributed

15.A. approached  B. erupted   C. continued   D. ended

16.A. restaurant   B. library   C. city    D. wall

17.A. neighbours  B. soldiers   C. friends   D. customers

18.A. sold    B. read    C. saved    D. moved

19.A. occupied   B. bombed   C. quiet    D. busy

20.A. dreamed of  B. believed in  C. cared about  D. looked for


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