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  • 1. 阅读下列材料,从A、B、C、D四个选项中选出最佳答案。B

        National Smile Month is the largest and longest mouth health activity in the UK. Starting in 1977, it is celebrating its 42nd birthday from May 14 to June 14 this year.
        The British are known for their bad teeth because they have too many sugary (甜的) foods and drinks. It seems that most of them don't often show their feeling. They neither smile nor cry. But this is NOT true. The British like to smile as much as anyone else. They just don't want to show their bad teeth.
        Brush your teeth at least twice a day, cut down sugary foods and drinks, and visit the dentist often. With the three messages, the organizers (组织者) hope that a month of smiling will make people all around the UK realize the importance of good teeth and be confident enough to open their mouths to smile.
        One interesting activity is for the British to enjoy the fun photos with short stories behind. Seeing the smiling faces and reading the interesting stories, everyone can't help smiling! You're welcome to send yours with big smiles online.
        Smiling is not only good for you but also good for those around you, even if you do have a few bad teeth. This makes National Smile Month a great idea!
    1. (1)National Smile Month in the UK has had a history of ______ years so far.
    2. (2)According to Paragraph 2, we learn that most of the British _______.
    3. (3)The three message in Paragraph 3 tell the British how to take care of their _________.
    4. (4)National Smile Month in the UK suggests that __________.
  • 1. 阅读短文,根据其内容回答文后各个小题。What Does a Lifelong Learner Look Like?
        Lifelong learners never think of themselves as the greatest expert in anything. They continue-to learn and bring a great deal to the groups they belong to. What does a lifelong learner look like? Here are some of their main characteristics (特征).
        ●They are knowledge seekers. They are always searching for much information on a topic they're interested in and looking for new experience or opportunities to improve their knowledge or skills.
        ●They are social and self-directed learners. They like taking different courses and taking part in discussions around subjects they are interested in. ___________________ they also know their own learning styles, and their strengths and weaknesses. They can plan and organize their own learning.
        ●They are critical(批判性的) thinkers. They always use a lot of ways to analyze (分析) and synthesize(A EX)information. From their research they judge the information to see if it is useful for the question at hand.
        ●They are problem solvers. They will meet different problems while learning. However, they usually see problems as challenges and life experiences and try to stand above them.
    1. (1)What does the underlined "knowledge seekers" mean?
    2. (2)What can be put in the blank(空白处)?
    3. (3)Which of the following most clearly shows you are a critical thinker?
    4. (4)How is the passage organized? (P= Paragraph)
    5. (5)What is the purpose of the passage?
  • 1. 阅读下面短文,根据音标、单词、首字母和语境提示,在每个空格内填入一个适当的单词,要求意义准确、拼写正确。
        In China, you can travel to all corners of this big country by bus or train. It's surprising what China has done in the past ten {#blank#}1{#/blank#}(year) in terms of train travel – it now has the {#blank#}2{#/blank#} (big) high-speed railway network in {#blank#}3{#/blank#} world. The high-speed trains are great, and a{#blank#}4{#/blank#}/lɒŋ/ train journey in China is a great way to see the country.
        China is a huge, fascinating country with so much to see. A{#blank#}5{#/blank#} a student, I love traveling {#blank#}6{#/blank#} my parents, from big cities, to seaside hot spots, to holy mountains, to national parks, to historical sites and to {#blank#}7{#/blank#} /smɔ:l/ villages far away.{#blank#}8{#/blank#} (get) out of your comfortable home here to some unknown places is a good experience as well. And you can eat local food, and{#blank#}9{#/blank#} (real) reach the heart of the country.
        I always love traveling outside Yibin to see our {#blank#}10{#/blank#}(beauty) country — China.
  • 1. 你是英语校报编辑李华。校报收到初一新生Ben的来信,他提出了所面临的两个问题。
    请你根据以下提示写一封回信,说明Ben的问题,提出你的建议并陈述理由。
    Ben's problemsYour advice and reasons
    朋友少,感觉孤单⒈参加学校社团(club)---结识更多朋友
    ⒉?(请你补充)
    英语单词难记⒈多阅读英语故事、新闻一在运用中学单词
    ⒉?(请你补充)
    Dear Ben,
        I am sorry to hear that you are having trouble getting used to life in middle school you're your letter you said that…
        …
        Good luck with everything!
                                                                                                                                                                                           Li Hua 
    注意:①回信应包括所有要点;②词数80左右(信的开头和结尾已给出,不计入词数);③不得透露学校、姓名等任何个人信息,否则不予评分。
  • 1. I go to the movies once a week.  (对划线部分提问)
    {#blank#}1{#/blank#} {#blank#}2{#/blank#} do you go to the movies?
  • 1. We will travel to the Great Wall after the exam. (对划线部分提问)
    {#blank#}1{#/blank#} {#blank#}2{#/blank#} you travel after the exam.
  • 1. 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从每题所的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出最佳选项,使文章完整、通顺。
        It was two days before Christmas, and David wanted to give a card to everyone in his class. He opened the bag and looked 1. "What are you looking for?" his mom asked. "Ms. Ross gave us a 2 of everyone in the class, "said David." I can't find mine. If I don t have my list, I won't know what names to put on the cards."
        "Take 3 out and we'll look together," suggested Mom. They shook out all his books and 4 all the pockets in his bag, but no Christmas list. "Now I can't give out cards at school, "David said sadly.
        "Don't 5 so easily, said Mom. She took a piece of paper and asked him how many children are in his class. "Seventeen," answered David "I'll never 6 them all."
        "Wait, "said Mom, numbering the paper one to seventeen." Now, who do you often play with?" "Brian, Todd and John." She wrote down their 7. "And who sits in the first row in your classroom?”“Hmm…Angie, Jill and Brad." David tried to remember what his 8 looked like and who sat where, " And Rebecca, Travis and Erin in the second row." David's mom wrote as fast as she could.
        Now, they had 9 names. Who had he missed? David thought hard.
        "Why don't you write out the 10 that you have names for?" said Mom. "Maybe you'll think of the 11 name while you're writing."
        David picked out a card. He 12 it and then put it into the envelope. He did this sixteen times. "13 is missing?" One more time he thought about who sat where in his classroom.
        14 he said, "I know! I know who is missing from the list!"
        "who?" said Mom.
        "We forgot 15!" David said. "I'm going to wish me a Merry Christmas, too.
    (1)
    A . outside B . inside C . down D . up
    (2)
    A . list B . note C . book D . bill
    (3)
    A . something B . everything C . more D . less
    (4)
    A . checked B . touched C . found D . cleaned
    (5)
    A . get on B . get off C . give up D . give back
    (6)
    A . remember       B . understand C . accept D . believe
    (7)
    A . rules B . numbers C . names D . addresses
    (8)
    A . bedroom B . study C . school D . classroom
    (9)
    A . fifteen B . sixteen C . seventeen D . eighteen
    (10)
    A . posters B . letters C . cards D . messages
    (11)
    A . missing B . interesting C . common D . strange
    (12)
    A . signed B . drew C . watched D . enjoyed
    (13)
    A . What B . Whose C . Which D . Who
    (14)
    A . Sadly B . Suddenly C . Secretly D . Unluckily
    (15)
    A . you B . him C . her D . me
  • 1. 阅读下面短文,从每所给的A、B、C、D四个项中选出最佳选项。
    1. (1)Which of the following jobs is wanted in the poster?
    2. (2)The Wowee Magazine wants writers who should ________.
    3. (3)According to the passage, the workers in ______ will work 40 hours a week.
  • 1. 阅读下面短文,从每所给的A、B、C、D四个项中选出最佳选项。
        Most people use their mouths to talk, but do you know some people use their hands to speak? Some people who cannot bear use their hands to communicate messages to others. This is called sign language. These people make shapes with their fingers, movements with their hands, as well as different faces in order to talk to other people.

        One way people speak with their hands is by making shapes for letters with their fingers. For example, if you make an "OK" sign with your thumb and finger, that is the shape for the letter "f" in American sign language. Each letter has a hand shape. This way people can spell words using their hands. For example, if you want to spell "fun", you need to make three shapes. First you make the shape for the letter "f", then the shape for the letter "u", and then the shape for the letter "n".
        ___________. If you move your hand from your nose to your chin(下巴), you can say“mother” in American sign language. Of course, you have to use the correct hand shape, too. That shape is like holding your hand open with all five fingers showing. If you move your hand from the top of your head to your chin, you can say "father", Again, you have to use the same hand shape that you used for "mother".
        Finally, people can change their faces to communicate in a sign language. For example, if you want to ask a question, you need to make your eyebrows (眉毛) go up. You also need to move your head forward a little.
        If you want to say "I do not know", you need to make your eyes smaller and make your eyebrows go down.
    1. (1)If you want to spell the word "nice", you need to make _______ hand shapes.
    2. (2)Which of the following can be put in the blank in Paragraph 3?
    3. (3)You need to use your _______ to say "I do not know" in American sign language.
    4. (4)The purpose of the passage is to _________.
  • 1. 阅读下面四篇材料,然后从各题所给的四个选项中选出一个最佳答案。
        When our son Bradley was ten, the new bicycle he had received earlier that year was stolen. Owning a bicycle was a big deal to our children when they were little. They spent hours and hours, day after day, on their bicycles, riding up and down the footpath, and at the front of the house. We also rode together as a family a lot. Bicycling was a great way to get the kids out of the house and into the fresh air without spending any money.
        Bradley had discovered that his bicycle had been stolen from our backyard in Campbelltown, South Australia, when he and his sister went outside for a morning ride. He couldn't believe that someone would do this.
        He got a large piece of cardboard, painted a sign begging for the bicycle to be returned, and tied the sign to the letterbox. The following morning, when I went out to collect the mail, I found a white envelope with the magical words, "Buy yourself a new bicycle". There was a $100 banknote inside.
        We were very touched that someone had the heart to do this, We've never been able to thank the person but we suspect(猜想) that it may have been one of our wonderful neighbors. Bradley painted a big"______!"on the sign and we left it outside for a couple of weeks afterwards, hoping the kind stranger would drive down our street.
        A delighted Bradley was able to buy a new bicycle. As the years went on, the bicycles became bigger and more expensive but remained just as important for those family bicycle rides. Now Bradley is 25. Sometimes I miss the days when receiving a bicycle was the best thing in the world to them.
        All these years later we are still thankful for the stranger's kindness. We were a young family with three little children and it meant a lot to us. We still talk about it and, even now, wonder who the kind stranger was.
    1. (1)According to the passage, Bradley often ______ when he was a child.
    2. (2)Which of the following is the best to fill in the blank in Paragraph 4?
    3. (3)From the action of the stranger, we can learn that ________.
    4. (4)The best title for the passage can be _________.
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