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26、--We’ll travel to different places this winter vacation. Enjoy your trip!
A. The same to you       B. Yes, I’d love to C. Me, too           D. Very well, thank you
27. Jim’s a taxi driver, ____ he really wants to be a doctor.
A. or              B. and            C. so              D. but
28. –Do you know if Jack will drive to London this weekend?
--Jack? Never! He_____ driving so far.
A. has hated      B. will hate        C. hated                         D. hates
29. –A nice tie! A present?
--Yes, it is. My aunt ______it to me for my last birthday.
A. was sending       B. had sent            C. will send           D. sent
30. –Is Miss Green in the office?   --No, she ____ to the library.
A. goes          B. had goes            C. has gone            D. would go
31. I turned to bookshops and libraries looking for information and found _______.
A. none         B. both           C. one            D. neither
32. –Oh, you sound just like an American.
--_____. I still have trouble expressing myself.
A. Yes, you’re right                           B. Well, not quite like that
C. I don’t mind                           D. You’re welcome
33.—We’d better invite Jim and Jack to the party tonight.
--Yes, _________? I’ll give the a call right now.
A. why           B. why not            C. what for            D. how
34. –This is quite a new phrase.
--Right. It has already ____the language.
A. spoken              B. used           C. entered              D. covered
35.—We’ve no money and the last bus has gone. Any______idea?
A. funny        B. bright        C. opposite            D. correct
36.— Will you fix up the machine according to the ______, David ? –No problem.
A. instructions              B. inventions         C. invitations         D. interviews
37.—How’s now?
--I hear the company ______ him a very good job, but he turned it down.
A. donated      B. served        C. offered              D. introduced
38. I used to _______ with my wife and watch TV movies at home.
A. show up    B. wake up     C. come up     D. stay up
39. –Is that Kate’s car?
--It ______be hers. She has just gone for a meeting.
A. can’t          B. should        C. mustn’t     D. may
40. I didn’t know ______.
A. when would the train arrive            B. where could I get the book
C. what has been done                        D. who left the message
There is an old English saying, “Laughter is the best medicine.” One person certainly would have agreed with this is Norman Cousins.
Norman Cousins was the editor of a magazine called Saturday Review for almost forty years. He also (41) and spoke about world peace and anti-war issues(反战议题), traveling to many different countries to share his (42).
In the 1960s, after returning to the United States from a busy and tiring trip to Europe. Mr. Cousins got (43) . He discovered he had a strange disease that caused great pain in his bones(骨头).
In less than a week after he got back, he could not (44) it. Every move that he made was painful. He was not able to (45) at night. The doctor told Mr. Cousins that they did not know how to cure (治疗)his problem and he might never (46) the illness. Mr. Cousins, however , refused to give up hope .
Mr. Cousins thought that the illness could be caused by (47) thoughts. He did not want to take (48) to cure himself. Instead, he felt that happy thoughts or laughter might cure his illness.
He began to experiment on himself while still in the hospital by watching comedy shows on television. Mr. Cousins quickly found that ten minutes of (49) laughter during the day gave him two hours of pain-free sleep at night.
Deciding that the (50) could not help him, Mr. Cousins left the hospital and checked into a hotel room where he could (51) his experiments with laughter. For eight days, Mr. Cousins (52) in the hotel room watching comedy shows on television, reading amusing books, and sleeping whenever he felt (53) . Within three weeks, he felt well enough to take a vacation to Puerto Rico where he began running on the beach for (54).
After a few months, Mr. Cousins was (55) to carry on his work. He had laughed himself back to health.
41. A. laughed                      B. taught                         C. wrote                       D. copied
42. A. magazines                  B. subjects                       C. photos                      D. ideas
43. A. rich                           B. sick                            C. lonely                       D. famous
44. A. stand                         B. realize                        C. face                          D. improve
45. A. dream                        B. eat                              C. shout                        D. sleep
46. A. go through                 B. look after                    C. get over                    D. find out
47. A. unhappy                     B. pleasant                      C. silly                         D. clever
48. A. food                          B. time                           C. medicine                   D. money
49. A. unusual                      B. false                           C. real                          D. wild
50. A. friends                       B. laughter                      C. experiment                D. doctors
51. A. begin                         B. end                             C. continue                   D. report
52. A. rested                        B . worked                       C. studied                     D. played
53. A. well                          B. tired                           C. afraid                       D. worried
54. A. help                           B. exercise                      C. freedom                    D. fun
55. A. able                           B. safe                            C. lazy                          D. uncertain
56. What is the reading about?
A. An advertisement of the sales.                                 B. A list of suits and sweaters
C. A photo of a handsome boy                                     D. A pict ure of a UK
57. How much can we save at most for a suit or a sweater?
A. £ 15                  B. £ 20               C. £ 30             D. £ 45
58. “The Christmas Sales’ ends _________.
A. next weekend                   B. this week                    C. in 24 hours               D. in 14 days
59. In the reading “HOBSONS” refers to (指)________.
A. the name of the street        B. the boss of the clothes shop
C. the name of the clothes shop                                    D. the sales for Chris tmas
60. According to the reading, we can ________.
A. have a picture taken with a model                            B. take a free truck to the clothes shop
C. do shopping either online or at the shop                    D. get £100 back for any order
Almost all cultures celebrate the end rof one year and the beginning of another in some way. Different cultures celebrate the beginning of a new year in different ways, and at different times on the calendar.
In Western countries, people usually celebrate New Year at midnight on December 31st-January 1st. P eople may go to parties, sometimes dressed in formal(正式的)clothes, and the may drink champagne(香槟)at midnight. During the first minutes of the new year, people cheer and wish eac h other happiness for the year ahead. But some cultures prefer to celebrate the new year by waking up early to watch the sun rise. They welcome the new wear with the first light of the sunrise.
Many cultures also do special things to get rid of(摆脱)bad luck at the beginning of a new year. For example, in Ecuador, families make a big doll from old clothes. The doll is filled with old newspapers and firecrackers. At midnight, these dolls are burned to show the bad things from the past year are gone and the new year can start afresh(重新). Other common traditions to keep away bad luck in a new year include throwing things into rivers or the ocean, or saying special things on the first day of the new year.
Other New Year traditions are followed to bring good luck in the new year. One widespread Spanish tradition for good luck is to eat grapes on New Year’s Day. The more grapes a person eats, the more good luck the person will have in the tear. In France, people eat pancakes for good luck at New Year. In the United States, some people eat black-eyed peas for good luck-but to get good luck for a whole year you have to eat 365 of them!
61. The reading is mainly about_____.
A. the meaning of “Happy New Year!”                B. several different New Year traditions
C. what to eat on New Year’s Day                      D. why people dress up nicely on New Year’s Day
62. It’s clear that_____.
A. some cultures celebrate New Year in the morning
B. the Western people celebrate New Year only on New Year’s Day
C. people in Ecuador go to par ties on December 31st-January 1st
D. no cultures do special things to celebrate New Year
63. In some cultures, people throw things into rivers or oceans to_____.
A. bring good luck                             B. keep away bad luck
C. forget everything                           D. plan for the next year
64. To have a happy new year,_____.
A. friends talk to each other in special ways       B. families make big dolls filled with old clothes
C. some people get up early to watch the sunrise D. Europeans eat 365 grapes on New Year’s Day
65. When eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day, people think_____.
A. one pea brings one day of luck                      B. black-eyed peas are the best medicine
C. the peas are too black and taste bad                D. the peas are helpful to count numbers
I never saw my father home from work late or ill, nor did I ever see my father take a “night out with the boys”. He had no bobbies but just took care of his family.
For 22 years, since I left home for college, my father called me every Sund ay at 9:00 am. He was always interested in my life-how my family was doing. The calls even came when he and my mother were in Australia, England or Florida.
Nine years ago when I bought me first house, my father, 67 years old, spent eight hours a day for three days, painting my house. He would not allow me to pay someone to have it done. All he asked, was a glass of iced tea, and that I hold a paintbrush for him and talk to him. But I was too busy, for I had a law practice to run, and I could not take the time to hold the paintbrush, or talk to my father.
Five years ago, my 71-year-old father spent five hours putting together a swing set(秋千)for my daughter. Again, all he asked was that I get him a glass of iced tea, and talk to him, But again, I had laundry to do, and the house to clean.
The morning on Sunday, January 16, 1995, my father telephoned me as usual, this time he had seemed to have forgotten some things we had discussed the week before. I had to get to church, and I cut the conversation short.
The call came at 4:40 am. That day my father was sent to hospital in Florida. I got on a plane immediately, and I vowed(发誓)that when I arrived, I would make up for the lost time, and have a nice long talk with him ad really get to know him.
I arrived in Florida at 1:00 am, but my father had passed away at 9:12 pm. This time it was he who did not have time to talk, or time to wait for me.
In the years since his death I have learnt much about my father, and even more about every single day.
66. We know from the reading that the father_____.
A. liked to paint houses                              B. had no friends around him
C. was not healthy in his youth                   D. thought of his family as his all
67. When her father painted her first house, the daughter_____.
A. could only afford a glass of iced tea         B. was too busy to talk to her father
C. could do nothing but hold a paintbrush     D. spent eight hours a day working with her father
68. On January 16, 1996, the daughter felt that her father_____.
A. seemed to be a little different                  B. had no time to phone her as usual
C. became interested in church                    D. had forgotten to discuss some things with her
69. In the reading the underlined phrase ‘get to know him’ most probably means_____.
A. get him to know her                               B. know more about him
C. get him to know himself                         D. make him well-known
70. Which is the best title of the reading?
A. Painting Houses                                    B. Daughter’s Family
C. Father and I                                         D. Father’s phone calls
仔细阅读下面五个句子,然后 用下面方框中所给的单词或短语填空,使每个句子在结构、句义和逻辑上正确。(提示:选项中有一个是多余的。)
 give out/ strange/ provide/ delicious/ keep out/ join
71.The best way to improve your English is to ______ an English club.
72.Be quiet please, class, I’m going to ______ your test papers.
73.Mr.Tan makes the best noodle in town. They’re ______!.
74.There’s a ______ smell in th e house. Do you know what it is?
75.Could you ______ me with information about student exchange programs?
Maria Vas and her dog walked down the hall of the nursing home and stopped in front of the old lady with a nurse at her side. “Would she like to s (76)  my dog?” Maria asked.
“No, a visit won’t h (77)  her,” said the nurse. “Then she e (78)  that the lady was too sick to appreciate visitors.
But Maria decided to try anyway. She had done research on animal assisting therapy(辅助疗法) for 10 years. And she was very successful in this a (79) . She’d seen even the sickest patients enjoy a visit from a lovely dog.
Maria carried the dog over to the old lady. Immediately, the woman r (80)  out toward the dog! She was so p (81)  that she began smiling and trying to talk. The nurse stood aside, w (82)  them in amazement. This woman had never communicated with anyone. It was like she wasn’t even a (83)  -- until the dog came to visit.
Around the world sick adults and c (84)  fill lonely hospital rooms. They may have an illness or need to be c (85)  for. A dog’s friendly eyes and warm paws(爪子) may be just what the doctor ordered to encourage them and help them heal (治愈).
1、 摘蔬菜,给植物浇水;
2、 7点校门口集合,乘车前往;
3、 体验农场生活,活动约2小时;
4、 相互关照,注意安全;
5、 补充一至两点有关事项。
1、 词数:60—80;
2、 不要逐条翻译,内容要连贯;
3、 通知的开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。
参考词汇:experience v. 体验    pick v.            activity n. 活动
Fellow students,
   Our class are going to Green Farm this Friday morning, _______________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
   Thank you for your attention.
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