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Dear Wang Lin,

I'm sorry to know that you are facing some problems. It's naturally for someone to meet with different kinds of problems when he first studied abroad. The language problem is the first one. But I'm sure you'll soon be able to use the language well, so I know you're a quick learner. Being sure to take every possible chance to practise your oral English, that will do good to you. The second problem is usually the change of eating habit. Not everyone can get accustom to a different diet, so why not to cook meals by yourself? Studying abroad is big challenge to you, but it's really interested.

Best wishes!

Yours,

Li Hua

 

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When I was1. teenager, I worked part-time at my uncle's pub.

One day, a man walked into the pub and   2. (order) three beers. But just one of them3. (drink) by him. I was confused. The next day that man ordered three beers again and drank one of them4. (quiet) at the table. He did the same thing every time he came to the pub.

One day, I asked the man5. he ordered three beers and just drank one. The man replied,“It seems strange, isn't  it? You see, my two brothers live abroad at the moment. We have had an6.(agree) that every time we go to a pub, each of 7. (we) will order two extra beers.”

A few weeks later, the man came to the pub again, but he ordered only two beers, not three as usual. I was8.(surprise) and thought that one of his brothers might have died. But when I asked him why he just ordered two beers, the man said,“I talked9.my brother Tom  on the phone yesterday. He had promised to give up10.(drink).”

 

Did you ever have one of those dreams that seemed to go on forever? I had one like that last night. I was walking down an old, side road _______I used to walk along as a teenager. I wasn’t quite _______ where I was headed, but I felt very determined to get there. Like in many _______, time seemed fluid and people seemed ageless. As I walked along I kept _______ people from both my _______ and my present. I saw both my Mom and my Grandma who had passed away and I was able to _______ them both one more hug. I ran into many childhood friends and we talked, joked, and laughed just like we were _______ again.

Still, I kept walking, hoping to reach wherever I was headed. Around every turning, though, there was _______ new. I saw strangers _______ and stopped to help them. I met a smiling, old man who ________ shared his life’s wisdom with me and then I ________ passed it on to young children further down the road. With every ________steps it seemed there was a ________ adventure in learning and love. I never got to where I was going and ________ feeling like I had lived a lifetime in a single ________. It ________ me a bit that I never ________ where I was headed. ________ then I realized that this dream was a lot like our life. It is the walk that ________. You will meet a lot of wonderful people and go through a lot of ________ experiences.

1.A. what    B. where    C. that    D. how

2.A. puzzled    B. doubtful    C. happy    D. sure

3.A. roads    B. dreams    C. journeys    D. nights

4.A. looking    B. waiting    C. searching    D. meeting

5.A. future    B. past    C. family    D. experience

6.A. show    B. owe    C. give    D. ask

7.A. neighbors    B. adults    C. kids    D. friends

8.A. anything    B. something    C. everything    D. nothing

9.A. in need    B. in delight    C. with respect    D. for certain

10.A. seriously    B. hesitantly    C. happily    D. casually

11.A. lovingly    B. unwillingly    C. surprisingly    D. jokingly

12.A. other    B. little    C. per    D. few

13.A. dangerous    B. familiar    C. fresh    D. similar

14.A. jumped up    B. woke up    C. lay down    D. bowed down

15.A. life    B. bed    C. house    D. night

16.A. comforted    B. impressed    C. reminded    D. bothered

17.A. remembered    B. planned    C. reached    D. lost

18.A. But    B. Because    C. So    D. For

19.A. arrives    B. happens    C. works    D. matters

20.A. valueless    B. interesting    C. common    D. painful

 

How do you enter a room full of strangers? Do you walk right in full of confidence? Or do you try to slip in without being noticed? 1..

In life,we admire those who do their tasks confidently.We prefer people who appear to know what they are doing.But where does that confidence begin?

Developing self-confidence starts very early.Ifs parents’ role to get kids on the right track toward becoming confident people.2..That can be done by focusing on the child’s strengths.Parents should encourage their children to try new things and take risks.When children make mistakes,their parents should still let them know that they are loved.Children whose parents do these things will likely develop into confident adults.3. So what’s the solution?

With most things in life,practice makes perfect,and that is true of confidence skills.4..

Always hold your head high and look people in the eye.Answer questions clearly and confidently.

Focus on the things that you do well,and look for opportunities to use those abilities.

Prepare thoroughly for every project.You’ll approach the task more confidently knowing that you are ready.

5. It could be a good test score or a prize from a contest.Remind yourself that one success often leads to the next.

However,all humans fail at times,and you will too.Even with efforts to try all the above,you will never be perfect.But you can learn to love and accept yourself and live your life with confidence.

A. Keep in mind an item that reminds you of a recent success.

B. The more you practice them,the easier they will become.

C. The way you go into new situations show your level of self-confidence.

D. Our goal is to prepare students to go into the world with confidence.

E. To help that process,parents should always offer more praise than criticism.

F. Learning from mistakes helps you face the same situation later without fear.

G..But self-confidence still doesn’t come easily.

 

The French are followed by the Americans and the Spanish, with both nations sleeping around eight and a half hours per day. However, with an hour fewer than the French, Japanese and Korean people sleep the least among the 30 member countries of the OECD, around seven hours and 50 minutes a day.

“The French, who are known worldwide for their cooking skills, also spend more time eating than anyone else and it nearly doubles that of Americans, Canadians or Mexicans,” the OECD, a club of many developed countries, says. They spend more than two hours a day eating, followed by the New Zealanders and Japanese, who also spend close to two hours daily at the table. In Italy, which is another country with a worldwide cooking reputation (名声), and Belgium, people spend around one hour and 50 minutes a day eating. Spaniards, Germans and Swedes also spend more than an hour and a half a day eating, while Finns, Norwegians and Britons spend the least time at the table (around one hour and 20 minutes).

Their way of life seems to have a big effect on French people's life time, since they are among the top three nations living the longest, together with the Japanese and Spaniards. An average Japanese woman lives to almost 86 years, while a man lives to 79. French and Spanish women live up to 84.4 years, and men 77.3 and 77.7 years. Hungarians are the European OECD nation living the shortest lives, with women's life time at 77.4 years and men's at 69.

1.The French spend about ________ hours in sleeping and eating every day.

A. 8    B. 9

C. 10    D. 7

2.Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the report?

A. Sleeping time.    B. Eating time.

C. Life time.    D. Cooking time.

3.The report mainly wants to tell us that ________.

A. men spend more time in sleeping than women

B. governments need to do more to care for the ordinary people

C. differences in lifestyle are wide across OECD countries

D. why women always live longer than men

 

Islands in the world are famous for different things. But Hawaii is special for its variety of features. Beautiful sandy beaches, active volcanoes (火山), a great canyon (溪谷) and special history and culture add up to create its famously romantic atmosphere.

Formed by volcanoes at the bottom of the sea, the Hawaii islands are like a necklace in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, 6,000 kilometres off the west coast of Mexico. There are eight main islands in the group, including Hawaii (or Big Island), Maui, Kahoolawe, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu, Kauai,and Niihau.

The youngest and biggest island, also called Hawaii was formed 430,000 years ago and is still growing. Kauai, the oldest was formed 5.1 million years ago. For tourists, the sight of the lava(熔岩) that still flows from some of the volcanoes down to the sea, is a major attraction.

Hawaii is the newest and smallest state in the US. In 1900, the islands joined the US. In modern history, it will always be remembered for the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese air force in 1941.

About 1,000 years ago, the islands were settled by Polynesians (波利尼西亚人), Captain James Cook led the first group of Westerners there in 1778.

Native Hawaiians have a special culture and language. Although nowadays English is the official language of Hawaii, folk music and dancing are still widely practiced. The traditional dance of the islands is the hula, a Hawaiian word that means dance.

Hawaii's reputation for romance was spread when Hollywood started to use its typical music in movies in the 1960's.

Today, Hawaii is famous for its mix of cultures. Chinese, Japanese and Filipinos all live there.

Chinese arrived in the islands as early as the late 18th century. Dr. Sun Yat­sen, the famous Chinese revolutionary, grew up there.

Everyone in Hawaii is a member of an ethnic minority (少数民族) and generally they exist in a pleasant harmony (和谐) of races and cultures.

1.Which of the following about Hawaii is NOT true?

A. There are eight main islands in the group Hawaii islands.

B. Hawaii islands are like a necklace in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

C. Hawaii islands are formed by volcanoes on earth.

D. Hawaii is the smallest and youngest state in the US.

2.The Hawaii islands joined the US in the year ________.

A. 1778    B. 1900

C. 1941    D. 1960

3.We can infer from the passage that ________.

A. the Hawaii islands are all formed 5.1 million years ago

B. Hawaii islands were settled by Japanese in 1941

C. Hawaii is an area with one nation

D. Hawaii is a famous tourist destination

4.What is the main idea of the passage?

A. Introduce the variety of features of Hawaii islands.

B. Introduce the history and culture of Hawaii.

C. Attract the tourists to visit there.

D. Show the author's experience in Hawaii.

 

I can't remember a winter being as cold as this in Pennsylvania, but I'm sure there were colder days.

Even though the daylight hours are growing longer minute by minute, it's easy to find an excuse not to go out unless you absolutely must, but then again I often have to push myself to accomplish things.

People I speak to have been in all kinds of nasty moods. They say they're “under the weather”, not feeling good about this time of year.

As I stood outside with my two dogs yesterday, it was so cold that my nose, face and ears felt frozen. Of course, that doesn't matter to Ricky and Lucy. They have a routine they must go through to find just the fighting spot no matter how cold or hot it is. So I wait.

But this time it was different. As cold as it was, I suddenly was excited thinking about how wonderful this extreme cold really was.

Then the sun broke through the clouds and memories of summer's extremely hot days flashed through my mind. I could remember standing in the heat of the afternoon, with sweat pouring down my brow and the hot, burning sun against my face. I reminded myself then and there that in the cold of the winter I would wish I had this heat.

I was grateful for the extremes. Without the extremes in my life, I would never appreciate the days when things were just right. Without the extremes, life would be boring.

It's being pushed to one of the extremes that makes us appreciate the middle more. Health challenges remind us that we need to pay more attention to how we live. Financial extremes remind us that when things go smoothly it's also time to save for raining days.

I've come to the conclusion that all too often I find a reason not to be happy with where I am at that moment. Whether it's hot or cold, good health or bad, in the money or out of it, I always want it to be different.

I'm tired of being “Under the Weather!”

1.What is the author's attitude towards the extremes in life?

A. Grateful.    B. Critical.

C. Sensitive.    D. Unconcerned.

2.That day the writer waited in the terrible cold because ________.

A. his dogs wanted to hunt

B. his dogs had a routine

C. he wanted to be different

D. he wanted to face the cold bravely

3.The underlined word “nasty” in the third paragraph can be replaced by “________”.

A. unpleasant    B. violent

C. favorable    D. unusual

4.What is the best title for this passage?

A. Follow the Routine

B. Two Extremes in Life

C. Weather Information

D. Changes Should Be Expected

 

People in the United States honor their parents with two special daysMother‘s Dayon the second Sunday in Mayand Father’s Dayon the third Sunday in June.These days are set aside to show love and respect for parents.They raise their children and educate them to be responsible citizens.They give love and care.These two days offer an opportunity to think about the changing roles of mothers and fathers.More mothers now work outside the home.More fathers must help with child care.

These two special days are celebrated in many different ways. On Mother’s Day people wear carnations(康乃馨).A red one symbolizes a living mother.  A white one shows that the mother is dead. Many people attend religious services to honor parents. It is also a day when people whose parents are dead visit the cemetery. On these days families get together at homeas well as in restaurants. They often have outdoor barbecues for Father’s Day. These are days of fun and good feelings and memories.

Another tradition is to give cards and gifts. Children make them in school. Many people make their own presents.These are valued more than the ones bought in stores. It is not the value of the gift that is importantbut it is “the thought that counts.”Greeting card storesfloristscandy makersbakeriestelephone companiesand other stores do a lot of business during these holidays.

1.Which is NOT a reason for children to show love and respect for parents

A. Parents bring up children

B. Parents give love and care to children

C. Parents educate children to be good persons

D. Parents pass away before children grow up

2.What do you know from the passage

A. Mother‘s Day and Father’s Day are both in May.

B. Fewer women worked outside the home in the past.

C. Not all the children respect their parents.

D. Fathers are not as important as mothers at home.

3.On Mother‘s Day and Father’s Day____ .

A. people usually have family parties

B. everyone goes to visit the cemetery

C. children always go to parents’home

D. hand-made cards are the most valuable gifts

4.What do you think “florists”do

A. They sell flowers.

B. They make bread or pastry.

C. They offer enough room for having family parties.

D. They sell special clothes for Mother‘s Day and Father’s Day.

 

听下面一段独白,回答以下小题。

1.How long did the camp last?

A. For three days.

B. For a week.

C. For half a month.

2.When did the game start?

A. At 11:00 am.

B. At 2:30 pm.

C. At 4:00 pm.

3.What did the coach ask the speaker to do?

A. To run much faster.

B. Not to make any mistakes.

C. To be more confident.

 

听下面一段较长对话,回答以下小题。

1.When does this conversation take place?

A. In the morning.

B. In the afternoon.

C. In the evening.

2.What is the movie probably about?

A. Some little dogs.

B. Some interesting people.

C. An interesting love story.

3.What happened to the woman yesterday?

A. She became ill for no reason.

B. She felt bad after eating some chicken.

C. She had to look after Jim at home.

4.What's the weather probably like today?

A. Rainy.    B. Foggy.    C. Fine.

 

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