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        假设你是李华,暑假即将来临,你校学生会决定组织在校学生到卧龙山进行一次拓展活动。请你给好友美国交换生Peter写一封邮件告知相关情况。内容包括:

        1. 时间:71日上午8:00乘车出发;

        2. 安排:爬山,同时捡拾垃圾;

        3. 注意事项:自带午餐、雨具等。

        注意:1.词数100左右;

        2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

        Dear Peter,

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        China has always been famous for being a “State of Etiquette (礼仪)”. According to historical documents, as early as 2,600 years ago, this nation has already established a thorough set 1. dining etiquette.

        A famous 19th century Russian writer, Anton Chekhov, once invited a Chinese man 2. (have) a drink in a bar. Chekhov said, “Before drinking from his cup, he held it with his hands and presented to me and the bar owner and bartenders,3. (say) ‘qing (please)’. This is the custom of China. They are not like us to finish it in one drink,4. prefer to drink by taking a small amount at 5. time. With every sip (一小口), he 6. (eat) some food. Afterwards, he handed me some Chinese 7. (coin) to show gratitude. This is a rather interestingly polite nationality... “ This was the most valuable opinion of a Chinese person 8. was given by a foreigner two centuries ago. Chinese traditional dinner procedures used to be long and dealt 9. (serious) with; the 10. (important) the occasion, the more complex the procedures were.

         

        She had been shopping with her Mom in Wal-Mart. She must have been 6 years old, this beautiful little image of innocence. It was ______ outside.

        We all stood there, just inside the door of the Wal-Mart. We all waited, some ______, others anxiously, because the ______ messed up their hurried day. I got lost in the sound and sight of the rainfall.______ of running through the rain happily as a child came pouring, and ______ the worries of my day.

        Her voice was so ______ as it broke the gloomy silence we were all caught in, “Mom, let’s ______ the rain.” she said.

        “What?” Mom asked.

        “Let’s run through the rain!” She ______.

        “No, honey. We’ll ______ until it slows down a bit.” Mom replied.

        This young child waited about another minute and repeated, “Mom, let’s run through the rain.”

        “We’ll get ______ if we do.” Mom said.

        “No, we won’t, Mom. That’s not what you said this morning,” the young girl said as she reached for her Mom’s arm.

        “This morning? When did I say we could run through the rain and not get wet?”

        “Don’t you ______? When you were talking to Daddy about his cancer, you said, if God can get us through this, he can get us through ______!”

        “The entire crowd ______, dead silent. You couldn’t hear anything but the rain. We all stood silently. No one came or left in the next few minutes. Mom paused and thought for a moment about what she would say.

        Now some would ______ it off and scold her for being silly. Some might even ignore what was said. But this was a moment of approval in a young child’s life. Time when innocent trust can be cared for so that it will bloom into ______. “Honey, you are absolutely right. Let’s run through the rain. If we get wet, well maybe we just need ______ Mom said. Then off they ran.

        We all stood watching, smiling and laughing as they ran past the cars. They held their shopping bags over their ______ just in case. They got wet. But they were ______ by a few who screamed and laughed like children all the way to their cars. And yes, I did. I ran. I got wet. I needed washing.

        Circumstances or people can take away your ______ possessions, they can take away your money, and they can take away your health. But no one can ever take away your ______ memories. So, don’t forget to make time and take the opportunities to make memories every day!

        1.A. snowing??? B. blowing??? C. pouring??? D. lightning

        2.A. amazingly??? B. sadly??? C. angrily??? D. patiently

        3.A. rain??? B. thunder??? C. wind??? D. smog

        4.A. Excitement??? B. Memories??? C. Wonders??? D. Worries

        5.A. taking away??? B. taking down??? C. taking up??? D. taking in

        6.A. quick??? B. low??? C. sweet??? D. frightened

        7.A. walk through??? B. run through??? C. dance in??? D. sing in

        8.A. repeated??? B. shouted??? C. cried??? D. added

        9.A. move??? B. see??? C. listen??? D. wait

        10.A. sick??? B. sorry??? C. wet??? D. down

        11.A. remember??? B. forget??? C. regret??? D. worry

        12.A. something??? B. anything??? C. anyone??? D. someone

        13.A. laughed??? B. left??? C. shouted??? D. stopped

        14.A. take??? B. break??? C. laugh??? D. keep

        15.A. faith??? B. habit??? C. wisdom??? D. courage

        16.A. changing??? B. washing??? C. fighting??? D. eating

        17.A. body??? B. chest??? C. heads??? D. leg

        18.A. welcomed??? B. break up??? C. cheered up??? D. followed

        19.A. material??? B. mental??? C. spiritual??? D. physical

        20.A. exciting??? B. precious??? C. considerable??? D. upset

         

        Five years is a rather short time in the long history of China. 1.. Do you still remember the mobile phone you used five years ago? The answer for most people is definitely not. Technology has gone so far that many things which seemed impossible yesterday have now come into reality. And so many benefits have been brought to our life.

        2.. Nowadays, it’s normal for people to communicate on WeChat, the most popular mobile social media platform in China. People carry less cash with them because most of the stores and hotels accept WeChat Pay and AliPay. The emergence of sharing vehicles helps reduce time on transportation. More people are using online shopping, which in turn helps the express delivery industry. What’s more, the wide availability of bullet trains helps people’s travel and provides higher-quality services. And people can easily buy train and flight tickets on different apps without having to wait in lines to buy tickets 3..

        But has it occurred to you that just five years ago all these things were beyond people’s imagination?4.. Unlike today, when we have access to wide-range of news on mobile devices, there were limited news sources five years ago.5..

        A. By the end of 2016, there were 695 million mobile phone users in China, an increase of 12 percent on year-on-year basis.

        B. With the constantly improvement of digital technology, a lot of changes have taken place in many aspects of our life.

        C. At that time there were no apps to order takeaway food.

        D. Thanks to the fast-developing digital world, our life is becoming more convenient so that we can spend more time with our family or on work.

        E. You had no enjoyment of higher efficiency from convenient sharing bicycles to cash-free payment.

        F. But for digital development, things are totally different.

        G. In China, holding a mobile phone means having the world in your hands.

         

        The latest research suggests that the typical middle class in a city now have so many time- saving tools that they can fit into 24 hours the same quantity of tasks that ten years ago would have taken 31 hours to complete.

        For many people, the busy time starts over breakfast, reading emails on a hand-held BlackBerry while toasting bread. It carries on in the car where a driver with a Bluetooth earpiece holds a conference call while keeping an ear on the radio and checking the GPS.

        Work then includes a lot of emails, phone calls, and meetings, often happening at the same time. However, according to OTX, an American research organization, the busiest period of multitasking appears to be in the evening. “People will be pressing the television remote control while using a computer on their knee, emailing and texting friends on a mobile phone, and holding a conversation with friends or family members.” Said Patrick Moriarty, one of the authors of the report.

        According to the study, while television remains the main attention in the evening, nearly half the people were also using computers and phones to catch up with friends, update their social networks, or download and listen to music.

        Mark Vickery, 35, from Medway, Kent, concurred. For him and his wife Susan, an NHS (National Health Service) doctor, the evening was the peak of multitasking. “Both of us are out of the house during the day,” said Vickery, a marketing manager. “When we come back in the evening we’re likely to have a lot of technology on the go. Well be using online banking, Facebook, and email, and programming the TV shows we want to watch later.”

        “On the one hand it’s good-you get more done. On the other hand, when I left university seven years ago, life was much simpler. There was more talking face-to-face and more time spent over dinner.”

        1.How does the author explain people’s multitasking fact?

        A. By giving examples.

        B. By providing reasons.

        C. By discussing the differences.

        D. By describing his experiences.

        2.What do people mainly do at early night?

        A. Phone friends??? B. Watch TV

        C. Visit websites.??? D. Enjoy music

        3.What does the underlined word “concurred” in the text mean?

        A. continued.??? B. wondered.

        C. agreed.??? D. changed.

        4.What is Mark’s opinion on multitasking?

        A. It has two sides.??? B. It makes life simpler.

        C. It happens everywhere.??? D. It causes longer mealtimes.

         

        The scar ran down her leg from the knee to the ankle. She brushed her fingertips over its surface, remembering.

        Jerry was only seven when he started surfing; by the age of eleven, he was positively incredible, moving over the face of big waves like there wasn’t even a slightest bit of efforts involved in.

        On that day in Bah, though, the ocean had seemed strange. The waves broke like water in a washing machine, and the breaks had been heavy too, making it tough to tell whether it was better to try to catch one or to get out of its way. That was how he’d misjudged.

        Ella had seen her brother lose control, his board was thrown out of the water riderless high into the air, but she hadn’t seen him surface. She’d waited for the space of a breath. Nothing. Something, clearly, was wrong.

        She dashed into the water, swimming faster even than the competitions at school. Lung burning. Heart Piping-Focused.

        She’d found him floating just beyond the reef (暗礁), face up but knocked out cold. Just as she was paddling the water hard, her leg was hurt by the reef, a short, sharp instant of pain.

        No matter. She had kept Jerry5s head above water, swimming all the way back to shore. That day had been the worst, scariest moment in Jerry’s surfing career, which has seen him rise from a no-name kid who loved the ocean to a young star, winning competitions around the world.

        For Ella, her life had changed as well. She had learned something about who she was, about what she could achieve. She ran her fingers again over the scar, the physical map of the person she had become.

        1.Why did Ella think something was wrong?

        A. She didn’t see Jerry come out of water.

        B. She had not seen Jerry lose control before.

        C. She saw Jerry’s board high into the air.

        D. She noticed Jerry held his breath longer.

        2.What does the underlined part “positively incredible” probably mean?

        A. Terribly excited.??? B. Extremely good.

        C. Relatively young.??? D. Hardly talented.

        3.For Ella, the scar represents ????? .

        A. her skill at saving lives??? B. her discovery of self-value

        C. her envy of her brother??? D. her love for swimming career

        4.What can be inferred from the text?

        A. Ella was as outstanding an athlete as Jerry.

        B. Jerry learned how to surf all by himself.

        C. Ella was grateful for this terrible experience.

        D. Jerry had his leg injured in the surfing accident.

         

        Jackson Language School Summer Opening and Closing Time

        The Jackson Language School is open each day except Sunday. There is an English Comer also available from 6 pm - 9 pm at the Bellevue Hall across from the school.

        Class Size

        Classes have a minimum of 10 students and a maximum of 16 students in one class. Classes are equipped with earphones and an electronically controlled listening.

        Teachers

        Teachers are all experienced and have a minimum of 2 years’ experience and at least a certificate in teaching English as a second language. They are all available for tutoring if you need it.

        Location

        The school is located 15 minutes from central London at 34 Inverleith Row, next to the Marks and Spencer shopping centre. It is near a bus stop and only a 5?minute walk from the tube.

        Attendance

        Students on student visas are expected to attend regularly. Students who are absent more than 60% of the time will be reported to the Student Office. Moreover, if students attend less than 80%, they will not be able to get a certificate from Jackson Language School. It is also required by the Student Office for a visa extension.

        Home Stay

        You are able to stay with a British family if you request so. Jackson has a home stay program that matches students with families according to their own requirements and needs. While generally no problems occur, students may move from a home stay household if he or she gives a 2?week written notice to the home stay family school.

        Language Policy

        As the course is an immersion (沉浸式) program, students are expected to speak English the entire time they are at the school. If they speak any language other than English at the school, they may be asked to leave the school for a day.

        1.If you attend more than 80% of your classes, ????? .

        A. you will be likely to get a certificate

        B. you will not obtain a visa extension

        C. you may be reported to the Student Office

        D. you may not be able to get a certificate

        2.The students are expected to speak English ????? .

        A. part of the time while at the school

        B. the entire time they are at the school

        C. no matter when they want to

        D. when they are in a home stay family

        3.At Jackson Language School,????? .

        A. you can’t move out of a home stay family

        B. you can’t take part in an English Comer

        C. you can turn to a teacher when you need to be tutored

        D. you can study in a class less than 10 students

         

        题型:提纲类作文
        难度:中等

        随着社会的发展,网络的流行,许多网络不文明用语也在网上流传开来。假定你是李华,最近学校的校报正在征集英文稿件,请你就网络不文明用语话题写一篇英文稿件,内容要点如下:

        1. 现状;

        2. 危害(损害网络环境,影响身心健康等);

        3. 提出建议(远离不文明用语,共创网络文明环境等)。

        注意:1. 词数:100左右;

        2. 参考词汇:网络环境the Internet environment不文明的uncivilized

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        题型:短文改错
        难度:中等

        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。每处错误仅涉及二个单词的增加、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。

        I have a muscle disease, so I can’t run or climb stairs as quick as other people. One problem is I don’t look any different with other people. So some children in my primary school laughed when I got out of the breath after running a short way. Now my life is a lot easier at high school because my fellow students had accepted me. I am very busy with no time to feel sorry for me. My dream is to work for a firm that develop computer software. Have a disability does not mean your life is not satisfied. So don’t feel sorry for the disabled and make fun of them.

         

        题型:单词拼写
        难度:简单

         

        1.Everybody is required to p______ (参加) in the spring outing.

        2.Would he get a______(恼怒的) if I told him about it?

        3.The players had to change their daily r______(常规) and lifestyle.

        4.A______(每年的) my family has a get-together in a state park in the mountains of North Carolina.

        5.I hardly slept at all and felt pretty a______(糟透的).

         

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