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  • 1. 先接近他,再跟他交朋友。

    First {#blank#}1{#/blank#} him and then make friends with him.

  • 1. 阅读短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

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        We all know that theme parks are places to have fun and amuse ourselves, but among so many exciting rides there are also some dangers. Make sure you know what the safety standards are for all the attractions at the park. If you do that, you will be safe and have fun.

        Drink water. Believe it or not, dehydration—when your body doesn't have enough water—is the commonest cause of injuries at theme parks. Drinking water while you are at the park is not enough. You must make sure that you drink enough water before you visit it.

        Use your "common sense". There are lots of people around, so make sure you know where your friends or family are. Also, if you are walking and want to stop, make sure nobody is walking behind you. First step aside, then look behind and if you aren't in anybody's way, then stop. It might sound upset, but crashes between people can cause accidents.

        Follow the instructions. The majority of theme parks have instructions for each ride. Some rides only allow people of a certain height. So make sure you are not too tall or too short before boarding any ride. Also, people with certain diseases or conditions are advised not to go on some rides. Do remember: If you are told not to go on a ride, then DON'T.

        Do not ride until a bad stomach or if you've just eaten. Rides can make you ill because of their violent changes of direction and your lunch may end up on someone else's head; surely not a very pleasant experience.

        Have fun, relax and be a little brave! Some rides might look scary but theme parks are very safe places.

    1. (1)What does the underlined word "dehydration" (in Paragraph 2) mean?
    2. (2)What is the leading reason for injuries at theme parks?
    3. (3)According to the author ________.
    4. (4)Which of the following will be accepted by the author?
  • 1. 阅读短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

        Shukri Noor, 12, arrived in Anchorage, Alaska, one year ago. The sixth grader and her family are refugees (难民) from Kenya. "Since I didn't speak English, it was hard to communicate with others," Shukri said. "I had no friends."

        "Anchorage receives about 130 refugees every year. Most are from Somalia. The rest come from Iraq, Sudan, Cuba, Central America, and other places. Like Shukri, many of the kids feel alone. They're dealing with a lot of adjustments (适应)," Katie Bisson says. She manages to support for newcomer students in the Anchorage School District (ASD).

        At the Newcomers' Center, the ASD offers a special program for students who are new to the US. The kids spend part of each day at the center and part of the day at their neighborhood school. At the center, the students study English and other subjects.

        The main goal is to help newcomers reach the point where they attend their neighborhood schools all day. "Until then," Bisson says, "they have the support of being with kids like them, who are facing the same challenges (挑战)."

        Anchorage has a population of 300, 000.Among the ASD's 48, 000 students, 98 languages are spoken. According to Bisson, the ASD's newcomers program helps students understand a new culture so they can "start off on the right foot".

        The Newcomers' Center gives attention to middle school and high school students. For younger kids, the ASD offers a six-week summer program, which Shukri attended. "It helped me learn the language," she says. "I played sports with kids after class, and I played math games with my classmates. I feel very comfortable now."

    1. (1)What was Shukri's first reaction when she came to the U. S.?
    2. (2)What do Bisson's words in Paragraph 2 mean?
    3. (3)For what reason did the ASD start this program?
    4. (4)What is Shukri's attitude to the ASD's program?
  • 1. 无论结果怎样,我们都要微笑着接受,因为我们已经尽了全力。

    {#blank#}1{#/blank#}, we should accept it with a smile, because we have tried our best.

  • 1. 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

    A. Would you like them to stop?

    B. Would you mind explaining that again?

    C. It is difficult to deal with people who are angry at you.

    D. If so, maybe people think that your English isn't polite.

    E. It can often be difficult to refuse an invitation from a friend.

    F. It will get the result you want and there won't be any trouble!

    G. You're really busy at work, but your workmate needs your help.

        Did you once make you friends angry or unhappy because of your words? Are you having trouble getting people to reply to your requests? {#blank#}1{#/blank#} Learn how to say things the right way with this great guide!

        Could you give me five minutes? vs Go away.

        {#blank#}2{#/blank#} When you're busy and can't do anything else, just saying "Go away" is certainly not right. You can keep everyone happy by saying "Could you give me five minutes?"

        Excuse me. vs Move.

        Telling someone to "Move out of the way" is very impolite. The next time someone is in your way, saying "Excuse me" is a good idea. {#blank#}3{#/blank#}

        I'm afraid I can't. vs No.

        {#blank#}4{#/blank#} People will think it impolite to simply say "No". The next time you have to refuse an invitation, you'd better say, "I'm afraid I can't."

        Would you mind...? vs Stop it!

        Someone doing something you don't like, and perhaps being impolite. {#blank#}5{#/blank#} To get the result you want, it's not a good idea to shout "Stop talking on your phone in the cinema!" and it's a good choice to ask them politely with the sentence, "Would you mind not using your phone in the cinema, please?"

  • 1. 太阳不仅给我们光,还给我们热。

    {#blank#}1{#/blank#} give us light {#blank#}2{#/blank#} it gives us heat. (not only...but also)

  • 1. 过马路时,你一定要小心。

    {#blank#}1{#/blank#}, you should be careful.

  • 1. 阅读下面短文,在空格处填入一个适当的词或者使用括号中词语的正确形式填空。

        On September 11, 2001, Omar Eduardo Rivera, a blind computer technician (技术员), was working on the 71st floor of the World Trade Center with his guide dog {#blank#}1{#/blank#} (name) Dorado. When the hijacked (被劫持的) plane hit the tower, Rivera knew {#blank#}2{#/blank#} would take him a long time to escape from the building, but he wanted his lovely dog to have a chance {#blank#}3{#/blank#} (get) out so he set him free in the crowded stairwell. "I thought I was lost forever—the noise and the heat were {#blank#}4{#/blank#} (terrify) —but I had to give him the chance of escape. So I touched his head, gave him a push and ordered him to go," Rivera said.

        The dog {#blank#}5{#/blank#} (immediate) disappeared into the crowd, but a few {#blank#}6{#/blank#} (minute) later Rivera felt the dog feeling his legs. Dorado came right back to his side and a co-worker {#blank#}7{#/blank#} (bring) by him as well. Then Dorado and the selfless co-worker {#blank#}8{#/blank#} (help) Rivera climb down 70 flights of stairs, {#blank#}9{#/blank#} took nearly an hour. No sooner had they escaped from the building {#blank#}10{#/blank#} it fell down completely, and Rivera says he owes his life to his faithful dog.

  • 1. 阅读短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

        Teens may become more private during adolescence (青春期) because they are learning how to be more independent, says Carl Pickhardt, a Texas­based scientist who studies parenting adolescents. "As they enter adolescence, parents have less control," he says. "You're going to have less communication with the kid who is now entering a larger and more risky world."

        However, Pickhardt says, this does not mean that parents should just sit back and do without any information. He says that parents should tell their kids that there are still things they need to know about, such as why their teen was late getting home from school one day.

        Iowa's mom Patty Link knows this fight well. The mom of three is raising two teenage boys: Graham, a 14-year-old eighth grader, and Carter, a 16-year-old high school student. She says that becoming friends with the parents of her children's friends has helped.

        "A lot of times if I want to get any information out of them, I'll say, 'Oh, I can talk to Adam's mom and she will tell me what was going on Friday night', and it will lead to some other discussion, "she says.

        Parents should watch their use of questions, Pickhardt says, because they can stand for authority (权威), and that is likely to not go over well with teens. "They want their independence to be respected, "he says. Pickhardt suggests using requests such as, "It could really help me if you could tell me," "I would really appreciate it if you let me know, "or "Could you help me better understand." But sometimes teens make mistakes and parents have to correct them. Parents should plainly (直率地) state the problem, Pickhardt says, and avoid judgments of character.

        Parents can also use technology to feel connected. One recent study showed that many teens are friends with their parents on Facebook—and only 5 percent limit what their parents can see.

    1. (1)What does Pickhardt advise parents to do?
    2. (2)Who is Adam?
    3. (3)What is Pickhardt's opinion on parents' use of questions?
    4. (4)Which can be the best title for the text?
  • 1. Blue whales are the largest {#blank#}1{#/blank#} (create) ever to have lived.
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