听材料,回答第1~2题。 1.What did the woman's brother like doing as a child? A.Listening to stories B.Playing football C.Writing stories 2.What does the man probably want to be? A.A football player B.A writer C.A singer
听材料,回答第1~3题。 1.What has the man done after getting a cold? A.He has seen a doctor. B.He has taken some pills. C.He has bought some pills. 2.How does the man feel? A.Painful B.Tired C.Concerned 3.What does the man want the woman to do? A.Cook supper for him. B.Pick up Linda. C.Take him to the airport.
听材料,回答第1~4题。 1.Why does the woman want to move? A.She wants to live closer to her office. B.Her old apartment is too noisy. C.She wants to find a cheaper apartment. 2.What are people in the apartment required to do? A.Fay for rent on the same day. B.Slay quiet after 11:00pm. C.Avoid cooking in the apartment. 3.How much does the woman have to pay each morth? A.$5900 B.$150 C.$300 4.How will the woman pay? A.Through transfeming accounts B.By cheek C.In cash
听材料,回答第1~4题。 1.Where will the people travel? A.London B.Bristol C.Beijing 2.How long will the tour last? A.For ten days B.For a week C.For half a month 3.How much will the guide be pind? A.50 dollars a day B.24 dollars a day C.15 dollars a day 4.How will they travel in the city? A.By bus B.By car C.By subway
A Utah mom and her three-year-old son were reunited(重聚)today after her son helped police in finding him after someone stole the car while he was inside, police said. The child's 1 . Elizabeth Barrios, said she left her son in the backseat with the car running while she 2 a baby off at daycare. “I went outside and my car was 3 with my 3-year-old son in it,” Barrios said. Ogden Police Lieutenant and Watch Commander Tim Scott said that's when Ogden Police 4 Barrios and learned that she had left her cell phone. 5 the car, she told police that the child was 6 with unlocking hersmart phone with the password. Cops called il, and her son 7 idling them he was 8 in the parked car, police said. Police believe the suspect abandoned the cliiki and fled on foot. "My son," Barrios said, was her first 9 . "What are they going to do to him? I don't know 10 it was or what they wanted." Where are they going to 11 him. what are they going to do tu him?” “The mom and the 12 were both speaing to the three-year-old on the phone,"Scott said. ”The mom was trying to 13 him.” Police instructed the child to lock the car doors and 14 officer to hear 15 and find the child. Fortunately, the son was 16 . police said. "He’s a very 17 child. did a job." Scott said "(And the) mother stayed calm." Scott says it is 18 for residents to leave their cars running for 20 to 30 minutes to warm their cars during 19 ,but warms that it's not worth leaving the car 20 unattended and risk gelling it stolen. 1.A.mother B.teacher C.brother D.babysitter 2.A.turned B.kept C.dropped D.sent 3.A.pulling up B.running over C.passing down D.driving 4.A.doubted B.interviewed C.assisted D.attended 5.A.outside B.beside C.behind D.inside 6.A.familiar B.popular C.similar D.inside 7.A.cried B.rearched C.answered D.particular 8.A.lonely B.happy C.safe D.alone 9.A.suggestion B.thought C.message D.choice 10.A.what B.which C.how D.who 11.A.leave B.connect C.show D.meet 12.A.son B.baby C.police D.thief 13.A.comfort B.blame C.warn D.educate 14.A.bring B.sound C.control D.blow 15.A.him B.it C.them D.one 16.A.unharmed B.unbroken C.encouraged D.discovered 17.A.naughty B.small C.smart D.bright 18.A.strange B.common C.convenient D.serious 19.A.summer B.spring C.autumn D.winter 20.A.running B.starting C.lying D.waiting
China is a land of bicycles. At least it was back in 1992 when I traveled the country. Back then everyone seemed to be riding a bicycle. Millions of them, all black. Cars were rare. Yet since my arrival in Beijing last year, I’ve found it is not true. There are millions of cars. However,people still use their bicycles to get around. For many, it’s the easiest and cheapest way to travel today. Bicycles also come in different colors-silver,green,red,blue,yellow,whatever you want. It’ s fun watching people biking. They rush quickly through crossroads, move skillfully through traffic, and ride even on sidewalks(人行道). Bicycles allow people the freedom to move about that cars just can’ t provide. Eager to be part of this aspect of Chinese culture, I decided to buy a bicycle. Great weather came with my great buy. I immediately jumped up on my bicycle seat and started home. My first ride home was orderly (守秩序的).To be safe,I stayed with a pack of bikers while cars on the streets came running fast out of nowhere at times. I didn’ t want to get hit. So I took the ride carefully. Crossing the streets was the biggest problem. It was a lot like crossing a major highway back in the United States. The streets here were wide, so crossing took time, skill and a little bit of luck. I finally made it home. The feeling on the bicycle was pleasant. The air hitting my face and going through my hair was wonderful. I was sitting on top of the world as I passed by places and people. Biking made me feel alive. 1.According to the writer, why are bicycles still popular in China today? A.Because they are safe. B.Because they are convenient and inexpensive. C.Because they are colorful and fast. D.Because they are fast . 2.The writer decided to buy a bicycle because he planned ________. A.to ride it for fun B.to use it for transport C.to experience local culture D.to improve his riding skills 3.Which of the following best describes(描述)the author’ s biking experience? A.The author enjoyed showing off his biking skills. B.The author was annoyed by the air while riding. C.The author was encouraged by the other bikers. D.The author took great pleasure in biking.
Government New Zealand has its own government, but it is also part of the British Commonweahh(英联邦) and therefore the official head of slate is ElizabethⅡ,the Queen of England, Scotland and Wales. New Zealand was the first country in the world to give the vote to women in 1893, to have old age pensions and the eight-hour working day. Geography New Zealand, in the South Pacific, consists of two large islands plus other smaller islands with an area of 270 000 square kilomerers. North Island has a warm climate. and there is quite a lot of volcanic activity. South Island is cooler and has a-higher rainfall, In the South Island, here are the Southern Alps with Mount Cook (3754m),the hightest mountain in New Zealand. Economy New Zealand has some industry but agriculture is more important…there are 55 million sheep. 8 million cows and I million goats in New Zealand! Wildlife New Zealand was cut off from the rest of the land on Earth for 80 million years and has some unique animals and plants. For example, the kiwi (the symbol of New Zealand) is a large bird which can not fly. The People Over of the 3.6 million people are of Europcan (mainly British) origin. Around 9% of the population are Maoris who came to New Zealand from other Pacific islands in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. 1.What can we infer from the first paragraph? A.Women in New Zealand are happier than those in other countries. B.Women in New Zealand are more likely to be elected as presidents. C.Elizabeth Ⅱ has taken control of New Zealand for many years. D.Women in New Zealand have been enjoying the right to vote since 1893. 2.Which statement is I rue according to the passage? A.Compared with North Island, South island is cooler and higher. B.In New Zealand, raising sheep is better than raising cows. C.The kiwi is the symbol of New Zealand because of its size. D.Maoris belong 10 the minority in New zealand. 3.What does the following paragraph probably tell us? A.Languages B.the Southern Alps C.kangaroos D.industr
A new research tell us that in near future our computers and other machines will be able to remember you by looking at your eyes! The programme works because everyone's eyes are different. Therefore, in the future you won't have to remember a number when you want to use a machine or take money out of a bank. You'll just have to look at the machine and it will be able lo tell who you are. The eye-recognition programme has already been tested in shops and banks in the USA, Britain, Spain, Italy and Turkey. Soon this technology will late the place of all other ways of finding out who people are. However, scientists are also working on other systems. Machines will soon be able to know you from the shape of your face or hand or even )our smell! We already have machines that can tell who you are from your voice or the mark made by your finger. Eye-recognition is belier than other kinds because your eyes don't change as you get older, and don't get dirty like hands or fingers, and even twins have different eyes. The eye-recognition programme can be up to 94% correct depending on how good the technology is. However, some other programmes may only be 51% correct at present, In Britain,it was found that 91% of people who had tried it said that only liked the idea of eye-recognition. In ,the future your computer will be looking at.you in the eye. So smile! 1.What can we learn from the programme? A.You don't need to remember a number to draw money. B.The programme has replaced other ways to recognize people. C.It will be some lime before the programme works. D.It is no use working on other system because of having the programme. 2.Where has the eye-recognition programme already been tested in a few countries? A.In shops and school. B.In shops and banks C.In banks and schools. D.In schools and hospitals. 3.We already have machines that can tell who you are from _____________. A.your eyes or your smell B.your face or your voice C.your voice or the mark by your finger D.your face or your hand 4.Which of the following doesn't belong to the advantages of the eye-recognition programme? A.We can't see anything without eyes. B.Eyes don't get dirty like hands or fingers. C.Your eyes don't change as you get older. D.Everyone's eyes are different, even twins included.
What personal qualities should a teacher have? I think most of us would accept the following answer. First,a teacher should be attractive. It doesn't mean that the teacher should be good-looking, because teachers who are noi good-looking might also have their personal charm. Anyway, they shouldn't be boring. Secondly, it is basic for a teacher to be sympathetic—-to understand the minds and feelings of other people. Closely related to this is the ability to be tolerant—not indeed of what is wrong,but of the weakness of human beings which may lead people, especially children, to make mistakes. Thirdly,a teacher should be a bit of an actor Thai is a useful skill for teaching, which means that every now and then a teacher should act as an actor to make his lesson lively and interesting. Fourthly, a teacher must show his great patience sometimes. This is mainly a matter of sell-training No one is born like that. Teaching takes great energy and a teacher should be able to with problem chidren. Finally,a teacher should have the kind of mind which always wants to go on learning. Teaching is a job which a teacher will never be perfect in. There is always something more to learn about it. There are three main aspects of study. the subjects which the teacher is teaching;the methods the teacher is using; the students whom the teacher is teaching. The two main rules of education today arc that education is education of the whole person, and that it needs full and active cooperation between the teacher and the student. 1.What’s the purpose of the first paragraph? A.Ask an interesting question. B.Introduce the topic. C.Demand the answers. D.Show personal qualities. 2.What can be learned from paragraph 2 and 3? A.Good-looking teachers are more attractive. B.Bad-looking teachers men t necessarily unattractive. C.Teachers should tolerate what is wrong. D.Making mistakes is the weakness of human beings. 3.Why should a teacher keep learning all his or her life? A.Problem children can be hard to deal with. B.More knowledge is needed to leach good students. C.One can never be perfect enough to be a teacher. D.Teachers need to learn more advanced methods. 4.After rending this passage, you think a good teather should be ____________. A.strict and caring B.sweet and gentie C.patient and energetic D.hardworking and funny 5.What's the best title of the parage? A.The answer of being the best teacher. B.The rules of the whole education. C.The personal qualities of a teacher. D.The tips for teaching well.
阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 When Elias, a poor black worker in South Africa, first(meet) Nelson Mandela, he was invery difficult period of his life. He had to leave school because his family could not continue to pay the school fees and the bus fare. When he got a job, he was worried about(be) out of work because he didn’t have a passbook. Then Mandela,offered guidance to poor black people on their legal(problem), told him what to do and helped him. When Mandela organized the ANC Youth League, Elias joined it as soon as he could. At that time, black people couldn’t votechoose their leaders. They couldn’t get the jobs they wanted and the parts of town in which they had to live were decided by white people.the help of Mandela they chose(attack) the laws, and fought against the white people with(violent). In 1963 Elias helped Mandela blow up some government buildings,it was very dangerous. He was happy to help because he knew it would help them achieve their dream of making black and white people equal.
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