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假如你是高二学生李华,你的美国笔友Same-mail询问你的暑假计划。请你用e-mail回复他,要点如下:

1. 到社区或福利院去做志愿服务;

2. 学习有关机器人的知识;

3. 和家人或朋友去旅游。

提示词:福利院Welfare House

注意:1. 词数100左右;

2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

Dear Sam,

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Yours,

Li Hua

 

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。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除和修改。

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. 每处错误及其修改仅限一词;

2. 只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

I’m really pleasing that you are coming to China to study the language and culture. Live in China might seem a little strange at first, but you’ll soon fit it. I think the most things here are cheap than those in your country. Our food are tasty but some might be oily. Anyway, we have Western food, either. Chinese people are very friend, so it’ll be easy for me to get used to the life here. I’ll introduce you to my schoolmate and you won’t feel lonely. In a word, I’ll try my best to make you feel home. I’m looking forward to meeting you soon.

 

阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1适当的个单词或括号内单词的正确形式。

After giving a talk at a high school, I was asked 1. (pay) a visit to a special student. An 2. (ill) had kept the boy home, but he had expressed an interest 3. meeting me. I was told it would mean a great deal to him, so I agreed.

The thirteen-year-old, 4. had muscular dystrophy(肌肉萎缩症), wanted to meet me because I was a gold-medal power lifter, and I knew how to deal with difficulties.

I spent over an hour talking to him. Never once 5. he complain or ask, “Why me?” He spoke about going for his dreams. 6. (obvious), he knew what he was talking about. He didn’t mention his classmates had made fun of him because he was 7. (disable). He just talked about his hopes for the future. When we had finished 8. (talk), I pulled out 9. first gold medal I had won and put it around his neck. He looked at it for a moment, then 10. (take) it off and handed it back to me. He said, “Someday when I get to the Olympics and win my own medal, I will show it to you.”

 

It was my first real trip as a lone(单独的)traveler. My first ________ was Paris. It took a lot of ________ to leave the safety of my hotel, but I’m glad I did.

I decided to stop for dinner at a café and was halfway through a delicious meal when I found myself ________ by a group of French young men who had heard my Australian ________ when I talked to a waiter. Despite their ________ English, we could understand each other and my new friends treated me ________ an adventure. They took me to ________ the city. What followed were three ________ days of parties, clubs, and further sightseeing of Paris I’s never have seen on my own.

Then I went to New Delhi, India alone. ________, I met an American family ________ to a wedding in a church, ________ they were to meet their new distant Indian relatives ________. We got on so well that they ________ I join them for the celebrations, and I found myself ________ with 800 people, when a bride and groom were arriving on elephants.

On my trip to Japan, I ________ a university student to be my tour guide. This ________ in having a traditional Sunday lunch with her family.

Travelling alone provides you with ________ to meet interesting people. You get life experience from what you do to ________ difficulties. And I’m ________ enough to have caught the attention of nice people from all over the world who strengthen my ________ in humanity(人性).

1.A. aim    B. destination    C. direction    D. way

2.A. courage    B. attention    C. strength    D. power

3.A. showed    B. driven    C. surrounded    D. guided

4.A. voice    B. sound    C. noise    D. accent

5.A. broken    B. standard    C. fluent    D. local

6.A. as    B. to    C. in    D. for

7.A. enter    B. leave    C. tour    D. witness

8.A. simple    B. ordinary    C. boring    D. wild

9.A. Unexpectedly    B. Eagerly    C. Briefly    D. Honestly

10.A. leading    B. turning    C. returning    D. heading

11.A. which    B. where    C. when    D. what

12.A. on their own    B. face to face    C. for the first time    D. as usual

13.A. promised    B. insisted    C. indicated    D. commanded

14.A. cheering    B. talking    C. shouting    D. calling

15.A. considered    B. directed    C. allowed    D. hired

16.A. succeeded    B. failed    C. resulted    D. existed

17.A. chances    B. journeys    C. methods    D. hopes

18.A. avoid    B. overcome    C. abandon    D. reduce

19.A. brave    B. powerful    C. lucky    D. excellent

20.A. doubt    B. interest    C. delight    D. faith

 

When you’re new to a school or campus, your smartphone will be your new beat friend. Here are four kinds of apps to help you get started in the US.

1. Social media: 1. You can use Facebook to communicate with various groups or people that share a common interest. Apps like Snapchat are more for close friends. Instagram focuses on photos you share. Twitter limits you to 280 character per “tweet,” or post. 2.

2. Ride-sharing: Need a ride? 3. Then you will find out how far the nearest ride is to your location and how much it will cost to get where you want to go. The app is linked to your bank account, so you don’t have to worry about carrying cash.

3. Eating: Don’t want to get off the couch(沙发)or move away from your desk? Order from almost any nearby restaurant, pay online, and wait for a delivery driver to bring it to your front door through Grubhub, UberEats or DoorDash. 4.

4. Texting/Phoning Home: College students like to communicate in groups, which makes messaging apps common on campus smartphones. 5. But using apps like WhatsApp, GroupMe or Slack for calls or texts makes it cost-effective on a student’s tight budget.

A. Type your destination into Uber or Lyft.

B. That’s because it can help you make many friends.

C. Therefore, you learn to be brief, to the point and clever.

D. Turn to the computer for help and search for the destination.

E. And cellphone carriers may charge high fees for international calls.

F. This is great for students who don’t have a car or the time to fetch food.

G. These are the big ones in the US: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.

 

You can tell a lot about a country from its passport. Color is the first give-away. Nations tend to pick colors that reflect their national character. New Zealand decorates its famous rugby team, its airline and its passports in the nation’s favorite color—black. Many Islamic countries have green passports because of the importance of the color in the Muslim faith.

But as well as a statement of national identity, color can show international cooperation. The British passport was originally a navy blue. But after Britain joined the European Union in 1973, it switched to burgundy red(酒红色)like other EU countries. The common color was supposed to make European passports instantly recognizable.

But since colors can’t be patented(专利), nothing stops others with the same idea. A number of countries that long to join the EU have changed their passports to burgundy too. Meanwhile Britain has decided to leave the club. Its government has announced that the UK passports will return to navy blue after Breit(脱欧).

If you have a passport from Singapore or South Korea, you are in possession of one of the most powe3rful travel documents on earth. Passport power is measured by the number of countries the holder can access visa-free. Currently sharing first place in the power rankings, Singaporean and South Korean passports provide visa-free access to 162 countries each. British passport holders share fourth place in the power ranking with six other nations, each accessing 159 countries visa-free. Americans ranked fifth with access to 158. Somalia, Syria, Pakistan and Iraq are among the world’s least powerful passports. Afghanistan is the lowest ranking of all, with visa0free access to just 26 countries.

Having to get a visa is not a piece if cake. First there is the never-ending form. Then there are lengthy appointments and expensive fees. Some visas also require travelers to pre-booked flights to prove that they intend to return home.

But there are unexpected advantages to some of the world’s weaker passports. Middle-ranking Namibia is one of just a handful of countries, whose citizens can enter Angola visa-free. India is one of only three countries, whose citizens have visa-free access to Bhutan.

A low-ranking passport limits your choices, but not your sense of adventure.

1.What do the first three paragraphs mainly talk about?

A. The color of the passport.    B. The origin of the passport.

C. The influence of the passport.    D. The recognition of the passport.

2.What is related to the passport according to the passage?

A. National population.    B. National history.

C. International cooperation.    D. International security.

3.Which of the following shows the correct order in the power ranking of the passport?

A. Singapore, Iraq, Britain, Somalia.

B. South Korea, Britain, America, Syria.

C. India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Namibia.

D. America, Britain, Singapore, Namibia.

4.Which step to get a visa is Not mentioned according to the passage?

A. Fill in many forms.

B. Pay expensive fees.

C. Book flights in advance.

D. Rearrange the appointment.

 

When the sun sets in Hong Kong, the city skyline comes alive. Billboard(广告牌)lights flash, and light up the crowded streets. The colorful lights from the tall buildings are one of the city’s main attractions.

“Oh, my god. The lights are so amazing. We love it. It’s so nice.” said one visitor.

But this appreciation is not shared by everyone in Hong Kong. Lat year then government reported a record number of complaints. The curtains may be drawn. But residents argue the bright light outside is hard to escape. “We receive some complaints about the light pollution. They find it very hard to sleep or they have disturbance from the light outside.”

Scientists at the University of Hong Kong spent 18 months studying levels of light pollution and collecting more than 5 million measurements. They found Hong Kong one of the world’s worst “victims”. The lights pollution condition in Hong Kong was extremely severe. Particular in cities, the night sky brightness, as well as the lights, is a few hundred times over the level of that of a night sky without light pollution. In cities such as Seoul, London, Shanghai and Paris, billboard lighting is under control. And there are punishments for people who go against the law.

But in Hong Kong, there are no laws. A volunteer regulation called Charter of External Light(户外灯光约章)encourages visitors to switch off between 11 p.m. and 7 p.m. The critics say it’s not enough to make a difference. The government says 4800 businessmen have signed up to the Charter so far. And it’s satisfied that it’s working.

But not everyone is convinced and some residents are taking upon themselves to act. Zoe Chow led a campaign to have a commercial building switch off their midnight. She won but she believes the lights will eventually turn back on. “I know that the building has signed the Charter of External Light. But it is voluntary, not mandatory(强制的).

1.What is the complaint about in the third paragraph?

A. The ill-designed billboard.

B. The unattractive night lights.

C. The light pollution at night.

D. The city noise and disturbance.

2.Which of the following statements is True according to the passage?

A. Billboard lighting is under control in all big cities.

B. Scientists have found ways to stop the light pollution.

C. The government attaches little importance to the light pollution.

D. The Charter of External Light is aimed to help reduce the light pollution.

3.What can we infer from the last paragraph?

A. Bright lights in Hong Kong may continue to shine.

B. People are satisfied with the role the Charter plays.

C. Residents will never start a campaign against the light pollution.

D. The Charter of External Light will no longer have an effect.

4.What is this text mainly about?

A. Hongkong’s light pollution law.

B. Severe light pollution in Hongkong.

C. Pollution problems in big cities.

D. The Solution to light pollutions.

 

It was anniversary(周年纪念)and Ria was waiting for her husband Manoj to show up. After some years of marriage things changed between them. The once cute couple who couldn’t live without each other were now fighting over every little thing, but both didn’t like changes that came into their marriage.

Ria was waiting to see if Manoj remembered that it was their wedding anniversary. As the doorbell rang she ran toward the door and opened it with a bunch of flowers to greet him. Both started to celebrate. They wanted to make up for fights.

Suddenly the phone in the bedroom rang. Ria went to pick it up. On the call there was a man who said, “Hello, madam. I am calling from the police station. Is this Mr. Manoj Kumar’s number?”

She replied, “Yes, it is!”

“I am sorry, but there has been an accident and man died. We got this number from his wallet. Can you please come and identify the body?” the man replied. Ria was shocked!! “But my husband is with me here!!”, she replied. “Sorry, but the accident took place in the afternoon while he was getting off the bus.”

Ria was about to lose her consciousness(意识). She had read stories about souls returning to meet their loved ones after their death before it leaves!! Her heart sank. In fear she ran towards the other room to look for her husband. But he was not there. She said to herself, “It’s true!! He left me forever. Oh God, I can die to have another chance to mend for every fight we had. I lost my chance forever.” She fell on the floor in pain.

Suddenly there was noise from the bathroom. The door opened and Manoj came out and said, “Darling, I forgot to tell you today my wallet was stolen.”

Life might not give you a second chance, so never waste any moment while you still have one. Value people and relations in life and have a wonderful life with no regrets. Live today and enjoy every moment of life because no one has promised tomorrow.

1.What can we learn from the passage about Ria and Manoj?

A. They couldn’t live without each other now.

B. They hoped there was a change in their marriage.

C. They didn’t remember their wedding anniversary.

D. They wanted to make up by celebrating their anniversary.

2.What can we infer from the text?

A. Manoj died of an accident.    B. Monoj’s soul returned after death.

C. The thief died of an accident.    D. The couple wanted to leave each other.

3.What does the underlined word “identify” in Paragraph 5 mean?

A. Recognize.    B. Discover.

C. Examine.    D. Bury.

4.Which of the following can be the best title for the text?

A. Life Might Give You a Second Chance.    B. Value People and Relations in Life.

C. Live Tomorrow and Enjoy Life.    D. Everyone Has a Better Tomorrow.

 

Airports are dull places where bored passengers kill time eating rubbish food they don’t want and buying stuff they’ll never need. Right?

Wrong! Many of today’s terminals(航站楼)around the world offer great entertainment, dining and shopping. With so much to offer, you’re almost attracted to miss your flight.

1. Changi Airport, Singapore

It’s the only one in the world with its own butterfly garden, and each of the three terminals has its own indoor playground and video game area.

If you have a long wait you could always watch the latest movies at the free cinema, go to sunflower gardens or take a dip in the rooftop swimming pool.

2. Incheon Airport, Seoul, South Korea

A five-minute free shuttle bus ride will take you to the SKY72 Golf Club, with three courses and a driving range.

There are seven gardens inside the terminal, an ice rink, a spa and the Museum of Korean Culture. There is even a casino(赌场).

3. Dubai Airport, UAE

It has its own health club with a Jacuzzi, gym and swimming pool, or you can wander in the Zen Garden. The weary can take a rest in a sound-proofed pod with a bed for a while.

4. Hong Kong Airport

Not only does it have its own IMAX cinema, the airport is home to Green Live AIR, a hi-tech space offering both nine and 18-hole golf simulations(模拟).

For kids, there’s the Dream Come True Education Park, where they take part in role-playing jobs, or the Aviation Discovery Centre, with themed exhibits and graphics, and the Sky Deck runway viewing platform.

5. Munich Airport, Germany

Go to the outdoor Visitor’s Park to check out the historic aircraft, watch the planes from the viewing hill or browse in the souvenir shop. For kids, there’s Kinderland, a fun paradise with a big “adventure plane”, films, games, arts and crafts, and a waiting room for their tired parents to relax in.

And, of course, since we’re in Bavaria there’s a beer garden!

1.What do we know about the airports mentioned in the text?

A. All the airporys are dull places to kill time.

B. Many airports have their own butterfly gardens.

C. Kids may like Hong Kong Airport and Munich Airport.

D. Passengers can enjoy watching the movies in all airports.

2.At which airports can people play golf?

A. Changi Airport and Incheon Airport.

B. Munich Airport and Incheon Airport.

C. Dubai Airport and Hong Kong Airport.

D. Incheon Airport and Kong Kong Airport.

3.What’s the author’s purpose of writing the text?

A. To introduce changes in some airports.

B. To advise passengers to play golf.

C. To encourage people to travel by plane.

D. To provide guidance on airport shopping.

 

假设你是李华,你的叔叔最近因为吸烟而得了肺病。请你根据以下要点提示给他写一封信劝他戒烟。

1.想吸烟的时候,可以试着喝些水或吃些健康的小吃;

2.远离平时经常一起吸烟的朋友。

注意:1.词数100左右;

2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。

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