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    Have you ever dreamed of meeting top scientists in person? If so, what would you want to ask them?

For Tan Fanglin, a 15-year-old girl from No. 2 High School of East China Normal University in Shanghai, her dream of meeting top scientists has already come true. In October 2019, she attended the World Laureates Forum for a second time, which had attracted 44 Nobel Prize Winners and 21 other world-class award winners. Tan was by far the youngest participant among the scientists invited to be at the meeting of the world’s sharpest minds.

Her discovery about the relationship between the Fibonacci sequence (斐波那契数列) and Bézout numbers (贝祖数) has won her many prizes in youth innovation competitions both in Shanghai and elsewhere in China. Her finding has been praised by the famous Canadian mathematician, Professor Rankin, who has been studying the same theme for five years but with no conclusions.

From a very young age, Tan has always been fascinated by mathematics. This is largely because her father, who teaches mathematics in East China Normal University, has a profound impact on her. According to Xu Jun, the head teacher, Tan doesn’t take after-school classes or too many extra exercises either. Her mastering of Advanced Mathematics and her good grades in school are thanks to the right study method. Her mother told Guangming Daily that Tan always treats studying and life with a positive state of mind so she can feel happy while studying.

Attending this forum enabled Tan to get more inspiration from top scientists. She even got the opportunity to talk with Gero Miesenbock, the 2019 Warren Alpert Foundation Prize winner. She asked Professor Miesenbock what he considered were the best personal qualities for conducting scientific research. Miesenbock encouraged her not to lose her passion and love for what she does. He said that accepting failures is crucial for researchers. He stressed that people all knew that even Thomas Edison went through hundreds of unsuccessful attempts before finally inventing the light bulb. The words made Tan feel inspired and she promised to keep her curiosity and interests in mathematics and overcome any obstacles in her research.

1.What can we learn about Tan Fanglin according to paragraph 2?

A.She is a student from East China Normal University.

B.She frequently participates in the World laureates Forum.

C.She achieved her goal of meeting world-class award winners.

D.She was the youngest and sharpest mind among the invited scientists.

2.What made Tan so interested in the study of mathematics?

A.Her father's influence. B.Her right study method.

C.Her positive attitude. D.Her head teacher’s encouragement.

3.According to Miesenbock, the most important quality for science researchers is      .

A.learning from the past failures B.being curious and interested

C.being passionate about science D.getting inspiration from scientists

4.What might be the best title for the passage?

A.The Key to Be a Top Scientist

B.A Student Inspired by Top Minds

C.A Dream to Be a Mathematician

D.An Outstanding Girl Tan Fanglin


1.C 2.A 3.A 4.B 【解析】 这是一篇说明文。本文讲述了受邀参加世界诺贝尔奖论坛的来自华东师大二附中高一的方琳介绍的学习经历及其科学成就,并指出这次论坛使谈方琳从顶尖科学家那里学到很多。 1. 细节理解题。根据方琳受邀参加了世界诺贝尔奖论坛,尤其是第二段“her dream of meeting top scientists has alrea...

    Since you are applying for a visa for a short-term study in the USA, here are a few steps you should take to ensure you can do it smoothly.

You can apply for it if you

●do a short course of study in the USA, such as an English language course or a training course.

●do a short period of research as part of a degree course in the USA.

You must prove that you

●have been offered a place on a course in the USA at an accepted place of study.

●have enough money to support yourself without working or help from public funds.

●can pay for your return or onward journey.

●have permission from your parents or guardian to study in the USA if you are under 18.

You must provide

●proof of the course you're studying, for example, a letter of acceptance from the educational institution — an official headed paper; stating the course's name, duration and cost (including accommodation).

●a current passport or other valid travel identification.

●evidence that you can support yourself during your trip, for example, bank statements or payslips for the last 6 months.

●details of where you intend to stay and your travel plans.

●contact details for at least one parent or guardian in your home country if you’re under 18 years old.

You must

●apply online for a short-term study visa.

●have your fingerprints and photograph taken at a visa application centre as part of your application.

●pay £97 for a 6-month visa or £186 for an 11-month visa.

You may

●be allowed to stay an extra 30 days if your total stay in the USA is no more than 6 months.

1.Who is the passage intended for?

A.A graduate to pick up a full time job in the USA.

B.A university professor to teach Chinese in the USA.

C.A high school student to have a short-term travel in the USA.

D.A scholar to conduct a short degree-related research in the USA.

2.What is needed to apply for this kind of visa?

A.Your previous passport.

B.Details of your study plans.

C.A proof of your parents’ support.

D.An official document of your target course.

3.Which is true according to the passage?

A.It is free for a one-year study visa.

B.You need to apply through the Internet.

C.You can extend one-month stay as you please.

D.Your photo must be taken and submitted online.







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I am sorry to hear that you’re having trouble adjusting to your high school life._____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


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I liked sleeping lately at the weekend. My parents was often angry with me, but I didn’t take it serious. Last Saturday, a friend of me phoned me and we planned meet at the park at 8 o’clock the next morning. Watch my favorite movie until midnight, I went to bed even late than usual. I was so tired to hear the alarm and got up very late on the Saturday morning. When I got here my friends had already left. I felt so sorry for that.




Last week I 1. (take) on a difficult task of showing kindness. The idea came from a few posts on a website. I decided 2. (reach) out to a few people I hadn’t talked to for the past few years.

One was a cousin, 3. I had lost touch with for 25 years. She was very happy when we got 4. touch. The other two were friends I hadn’t talked to in nearly 10 years. It was really good to talk to 5. (they) both.

With one of them, I reached out at a great time for him. He had forgotten my name 6. (entire) but remembered I disliked 7. (run) when young because I had asthma(哮喘). He was grateful that I called him and said some very kind 8. (thing) to me about our past. I am glad our friendship mattered to him.

I think 9. is good to be the one to take the initiative(主动性)to be kind and reach out. Even if it seems difficult at the time, in the end it offers 10. (wonder) rewards!



    It was a few years ago, and I took a holiday-season job in a video store. One day, an elderly woman _________ my store, along with a young woman who I _________ was her daughter. The daughter showed _________, rolling her eyes, sighing and checking her watch every few seconds.

The elderly woman separated from the young one and _________ to search through the DVDS on the nearest shelf. I _______ and asked if I could help her _________ something. The woman smiled at me and showed me a title on a piece of paper.

Rather than rushing off to _________ the DVD for the woman, I asked her to walk with me _________ I could show her where she could find it. Looking _________, I think I wanted to enjoy her __________ for a moment. Something about her __________ movements reminded me of my mother, who passed away a few years ago.

As we walked along the back of the store, I __________ what was on the shelves: old television shows, action movies, cartoons, etc. The woman seemed ________ the unrushed company and casual conversation.

We ________ the movie, and I praised her for her choice. She smiled and told me it was one she had __________ when she was at her son’s age and that she hoped he would enjoy it as much as she had.

I ________ the old woman to the cashier and then stepped back toward the young woman. “Is that your __________?” I asked. She rolled her eyes and said, “Yeah.” Mind some __________?” I asked. “Of course not,” said the daughter.

“Cherish(珍爱)her,” I said. And then I answered her surprised expression by saying, “When she’s __________, it’s the little moments that’ll come back to you. Times like this. I know.” It was __________. I still missed my mom and remembered the times when I’d used my impatience to make her upset.

1.A.closed B.entered C.passed D.left

2.A.knew B.realized C.guessed D.explained

3.A.kindness B.courage C.interest D.impatience

4.A.began B.continued C.forgot D.agreed

5.A.moved around B.walked over C.dropped out D.fell behind

6.A.buy B.carry C.get D.find

7.A.make B.play C.get D.borrow

8.A.so B.or C.and D.but

9.A.back B.forward C.up D.down

10.A.work B.company C.success D.performance

11.A.careful B.careless C.strong D.weak

12.A.changed B.designed C.examined D.introduced

13.A.worried about B.angry at C.happy with D.afraid of

14.A.developed B.watched C.missed D.found

15.A.wanted B.hated C.enjoyed D.remembered

16.A.pushed B.carried C.drove D.sent

17.A.daughter B.girl C.mom D.boss

18.A.attention B.advice C.support D.promise

19.A.done B.gone C.accepted D.asked

20.A.true B.appropriate C.reasonable D.impossible



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