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_____, I have never seen anyone who's as capable as John.

A.As long as I have traveled               B.Much as I have traveled

C.Now that I have traveled so much         D.As I have traveled so much

 

______ this afternoon, you would have to come again next week.

A.The boss didn't return                   B.The boss were not to return

C.Were the boss not to return             D.Didn't the boss return

 

______ students should be given more free time is suggested by many experts and welcomed by kids in school.

A.What                 B.Why              C.Whether         D.That

 

_____ the secret of nature, the young scientist has little time for entertainment.

A.Devoted to bring up                      B.Devoted himself to bring up

C.Devoted to bringing up                   D.Devoting to bring up

 

What a pity! When we got to the cinema, the movie Let the Bullets Fly ______, so we saw only the end of it

A.was finishing                        B.would be finishing 

C.just finished                        D.had just finished

 

—Do you know what EU stands for, Tommy?  

—Sure.It stands for the European Union,______ European political and economic organization that encourages trade and friendship between ______ countries that are members.

A.an; the            B.a; the         C.the; /       D.an; /

 

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—Nothing serious, but a bit tired.

A.Anything the matter with you         B.Is that all     

C.Anything else                             D.What's this    

 

  有人说,父母为孩子包办一切是孩子成长的最大杀手。的确,太多的中国家长习惯于

为孩子包办一切。假设你是李华,请针对这一现象给某英语报社编辑写一封信并阐述你的观

点和建议。

    信的要点:

    1.简述这种现象;

    2.分析其弊端(从独立性、兴趣、能力、影响等方面去分析);

    3.你的观点和建议。

    注意:

    1.字数120左右;

    2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

       3.开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。

 Dear Editor,

       I'd like to tell you some of my problems with my parents in daily life.My parents tend to

 

make almost all decisions for me.                                                

 

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阅读下面的短文,并根据短文后的要求答题(请注意问题后的词数要求。答案写在答卷纸上)

 [1]Have you ever been in the situation where you really didn’t believe what someone was saying? Did you have a sense that something didn’t ring true or a feeling that all was not right? Perhaps they were saying ‘‘Yes’’ yet their heads were shaking “No”.

[2]The difference between the words people speak and our understanding of______             comes from non-verbal communication, otherwise known as “body language”. Body language includes body movements and gestures(1egs,arms,hands,head and body),posture,muscle tension,eye contact,skin coloring,even people’s breathing rate and sweat.Additionally,the tone of voice,the rate of speech and the pitch of the voice all add to the words that are being used.

[3] By developing your awareness of the signs and signals of body language,you can more easily understand other people,and more effectively communicate with them.There are sometimes subtle(微妙的)—and sometimes not so subtle—movements,gestures, facial expressions and even shifts in our whole bodies that indicate something is going on.We have ways of talking,walking,sitting and standing and they all say something about us,and whatever is happening on the inside can be reflected on the outside.

[4]By becoming more aware of this body language and understanding what it might mean,you can learn to read people more easily.This puts you in a better position to communicate effectively with them.What’s more, by increasing your understanding of others,you can also become more aware of the messages that you convey to them.

[5] There are times when we send mixed messages—we say one thing yet our body language reveals something different.This non-verbal language will affect how we act and react to others,and how they react to us.Therefore,in order to communicate more effectively,we should learn

the signs and signals of body language correctly.

1..   What is the best title for the passage? (no more than 6 words)

   __________________________________________________________________________

2..  .Complete the following statement with proper words.(no more than 3 words)

   Maybe their behaviors didn’t _____________________________ their words.

3..  . Fill in the blank in Paragraph 2 with proper words.(no more than 3 words)

   ___________________________________________________________________________

4..   What does the underlined word “they” in Paragraph 3 probably refer to ? (no more than 9 words)

   ___________________________________________________________________________

5..  .What should people do in order to communicate effectively with others ? (no more than 10

words)

   ___________________________________________________________________________


 

Standardized exam in American public education are being reformed. Over the next four years, hundreds of university professors and testing experts will work together to design new assessment system.

The new tests will be computer-based and will measure higher-order skills ignored by the multiple-choice exams used in all states,including students’ ability to read complex texts, synthesize(合成)information and do research projects.

    Because the new tests will be computerized and will be administered several times throughout the school year, they can provide faster feedback(反馈)to teachers.If these plans work out, It’ll turn the current testing system upside down.

    One group,led by Florida,will be made up of 25 states and the District of Columbia.The group was awarded $170 million.The other group, whose membership over-laps the first,has31 states and is led by Washington.The group was given $160 million.Twelve of the 44 states are

participating in both groups but are expected eventually to choose one set of tests.

   The two groups are supposed to work in a friendly competition,though their plans are very similar.Both groups will produce tests that rely heavily on technology and both groups’ tests will include so-called performance-based tasks,designed to mirror complex,real-world situations.

   In performance-based tasks,students are given a problem-they could be told, for example, to suppose they are a mayor who needs to reduce a city’s pollution—and must write about how they would solve the problem.

   The new tests could be useful to teachers by giving them information on what their students are learning, but it might also require some mid-course adjustments.

   Over the past decade, the federal No Child Left Behind law has emphasized helping low-achieving students improve their basic reading and math by encouraging states to produce tests that measure relatively low-1evel skills. Although the Bush-era law is still on the books, two

years of Obama administration policy have been leading schools in new directions.   

1..  . What is the main idea of this passage?

   A. Obama’s education policy takes the lead.

   B. A computer-based testing system is adopted. 

C. American education system has been changed.

   D. Experts are reinventing the student testing system.

2..   Why are multiple-choice exams to be given up?

   A. Because they are not computer-based.

   B. Because they can’t test students’ higher-order skills.

   C. Because they can’t provide proper feedback for teachers.

   D. Because they can’t test students’ general reading ability.

3..   The underlined part in Para. 4 probably means________.

   A. the two groups have some shared members

   B. the other group is more demanding than the first

   C. the groups have different tasks of their own

   D. the other group does better than the first group in the task

4..   According to the passage, performance-based tasks may refer to tasks that______.

   A. are related to real-world problems

   B. have to be performed in an imaginary world

   C. teach us theories through complex problems

   D. can only be completed by relying heavily on technology

5..  . From the last paragraph, we can infer that_________.

   A. the No child Left Behind policy is not helpful

   B. the Obama administration’s policy is highly praised

   C. the two policies both emphasize math and reading abilities

   D. the two policies both emphasize the development of practical skills

 

 

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