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现在,戴眼镜的学生越来越多;为此,国家把每年 6 6 日定为爱眼日。请你结合自己的体会,就如何爱护眼睛,给校报英语栏目写一篇短文。内容包括:

1. 吃有益于眼睛的食物,如:胡萝卜、鸡蛋等;

2. 多做眼保健操,长时间用眼后可看看远方;

3. 养成良好的用眼习惯,如:不躺着玩手机或看书等。

注意:1.词数 80 词左右;

2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

3.开头已给出,不计入总词数。

Nowadays, more and more students are getting near-sighted, so National Eye Care Day is set on June 6 every year. _____________________________________________________________

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根据短文内容,从短文前方框内的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

 

A. Each part has a different meaning.

B. So they cannot create as many numbers as we can.

C. That’s because China has the longest mobile phone numbers in the world.

D. Also, mobile phone numbers can be recycled.

E. The main reason for using 11 digits is that we have the largest population in the world.

Have you ever counted the number of digits(数字) in your mobile phone number? Your number has 11 digits. You may sometimes find it hard to remember your number.1.Why is that?

The 11 digits can be divided into three parts.2.The first three numbers tell you which mobile phone service provider you are using. For example, 135 is for the China Mobile Communication Corporation and 188 is for China Unicom. The fourth to the seventh digits tell you which area the number is recorded in. And the last four digits are random (随机的).

3.We once had 10 numbers. But as our population grew, there were not enough numbers for us to use. So we began to use 11 digits starting from 1999.

Eleven digits can be used to make tens of billions of mobile phone numbers, according to the Xinhua News Agency. That’s enough for each person to have seven or eight phone numbers to use in China.4.Usually, the service provider will reuse a canceled number after three to six months. If you call a number that you haven’t contacted (联络) for a long time, you may find that its owner has changed.

Besides China, Britain and Japan also use 11-digit mobile phone numbers. But their numbers always start with 0.5.Countries like the United States, Australia and India use phone numbers with l0 digits. Canada’s mobile phone numbers are perhaps the world’s shortest: they use seven digits.

 


Last week, I visited my friend Pete in his new home, where he lives with his wife and daughter. Pete used to spend his holidays traveling around the world – visiting the pyramids in Egypt or scuba diving (水肺潜水) in the Caribbean. Nowadays, he prefers to spend his holidays and weekends making his house look more beautiful. Like hundreds of thousands of other British people, he’s found the joy of DIY (do it yourself) home repairs. This means that if there’s anything that needs fixing around the house, he will try to do the job himself.

Pete showed me his new kitchen, which he put together himself, and his newly-painted walls. I asked him where he got the idea to do these things. He told me that his favourite source (来源) of ideas is a DIY program on TV.

This got me thinking about how popular DIY programs are in the UK. Each main channel (频道) has at least one home or garden makeover show. There are even channels totally on the subject.

I suppose it’s not really surprising that DIY programs are so popular. There are two common sayings in Britain – “an Englishman’s home is his castle (城堡)” and “there’s no place like home” – which show how important our houses are to us. With the social changes of the last ten years or so, many people can’t afford to buy bigger houses. So they are looking at how they can make their house better without spending a lot of money. DIY, clearly, is the perfect choice.

1.Pete usually spent his holidays ______ in the past.

A. traveling round the world

B. visiting Egypt

C. diving in the Caribbean

D. building a new house

2.What do most British people enjoy doing nowadays?

A. Finishing their work at home.

B. Doing everything on their own.

C. Spending their spare time at home.

D. Doing the home repairs themselves.

3.How did Pete manage to make his house more beautiful?

A. He asked house builders for advice.

B. He got help from a DIY TV program.

C. He called some of his friends for help.

D. He paid workers to do the house work.

4.What does the underlined word “makeover” in Paragraph 3 probably means?

A. 修建

B. 交换

C. 修饰

D. 化妆

5.DIY programs have become popular because ______.

A. other programs are too boring to watch

B. people are spending more time watching TV

C. people can’t afford new houses any more

D. people are spending more time fixing their houses

 


When was the last time you gave or received a hug? Do your parents hug you before you go to school? In Western countries, it is quite common to greet close friends or relatives with a hug.

You might hug your teammates after winning a basketball game. If one of your friends is having a bad day, you can hug them to cheer them up. Friends who haven’t seen each other for a long time will usually hug each other when meeting.

Of course, people in different countries have different opinions when it comes to hugging. After coming to China, I’ve noticed that people are generally more reluctant (不情愿的) to hug than they are in my home country, the US.

My Chinese friends told me that hugging is considered to be very intimate (亲密的) in their culture. It usually only happens between people who are really close to each other, like couples. Chinese people don’t usually hug in public, either.

But people’s attitudes (态度) towards hugging can also change. I remember watching a video story about a “hugging party” that was held in Shanghai. A local artist held the party, inviting strangers and asking them to hug each other.

The Chinese participants (参与者) clearly looked uncomfortable. However, after the party, several of them changed their minds. They decided that hugging doesn’t have to be awkward (尴尬的) and can actually be quite nice. So next time you see your mom or dad, give them a hug –see how it makes you feel.

1.What usually happens between good friends when meeting in Western countries?

A. Hugging.

B. Nodding.

C. Shaking hands.

2.The second paragraph tells us ______.

A. the advantages of hugging each other

B. some situations in which people hug each other

C. the reasons why friends need to hug each other

3.In Chinese culture, hugs usually happen between ______.

A. friends

B. classmates

C. couples

4.What did people do at the “hugging party”?

A. They were invited to hug each other.

B. They watched a video about hugging.

C. They told stories about hugging.

5.The writer wrote the last paragraph to ______.

A. encourage people to be nice to strangers

B. explain why people feel uncomfortable while hugging

C. show how people can change their minds about hugging