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  • 1. —Harry, you should mind your manners. It is ___________ to push in before others.

    —Sorry, Mum. I won't do that next time.

    A . polite B . impolite C . active D . careless
  • 1. 阅读下面短文,根据短文中的信息完成文后表格。(每空一词)

    Nowadays, many people in China and Japan are racing against time. They put a lot of value in" being on time ". However, in some countries of the world, people have different opinions on "being on time".

    Germany

    Thanks to its industrial past, in Germany you are expected to arrive at least ten minutes earlier for any planned meeting.

    In Germany, being on time is risky enough because your hosts will probably already be there waiting, wondering how on earth you could be so stupid. What will you do if anything unexpected happens, like heavy traffic or a sudden rain? So remember to arrive early in Germany.

    Saudi Arabia

    Some countries care little about time and Saudi Arabia is one of them. It's because of their long history of desert living where time is not the first thing to think about. It could be that it's too hot to do anything on time. So don't expect them to be on time. Moreover, looking at your watch during an event is even considered as bad manners. So don't get angry with them, either.

    Ghana

    Most meeting times can be changed, even if an exact time is given. Ghanaians are very relaxed and easy-going. They think that if everyone is late, then no one is late. After all, what can't be done today can get done tomorrow. lf you find it difficult to deal with, prepare to be unhappy. Otherwise, sit back and enjoy the ride.

    Russia

    Patience is considered a very important quality in Russian culture but being on time is not. When doing business in Russia, do be on time. Otherwise, it will be considered disrespectful. But Russians won't hold themselves to the same standard. So, again, patience can be key.

    How differently people 1" being on time" indifferent countries

    2

    Different opinions on" being on time"

    China and Japan

    ●Both Chinese and Japanese think it 3 to be on time.

    Germany

    4 expect you to arrive early for any planned meeting because of the influence of their industrial past.

    ●You are thought to be stupid 5 you arrive at least ten minutes earlier.

    Saudi Arabia

    ●Time is not the 6 thing for people living in the desert to consider.

    ●Looking at your watch during an event is considered to be 7

    Ghana

    ●Ghanaians think that if everyone is late, then 8is late.

    ●Most meeting times can be changed. You might be unhappy if you can't accept it.

    Russia

    ●Be patient in Russia because it's a very important quality in its 9.

    ●While doing business in Russia, you should be on time, though Russians are not strict with 10 in it.

  • 1. You can have any of the cakes _________ this one because it is for your mother.
    A . among B . except C . besides D . without
  • 1. 用方框中所给词的适当形式填空

    chopstick, die, place, towards, how, with, by, into, slow, pride

    There are many differences between Chinese eating habits and Western eating habits. In the West, everyone has their own plate of food. But in China the dishes 1 on the table and everyone shares. If you are being treated 2 a Chinese host, there must be a lot of food prepared for you. Chinese are very 3 of their culture and will do their best to show their hospitality(好客). And sometimes the Chinese host uses his 4 to put food in your bowl or plate. This is a sign of politeness. The proper thing to do would be to eat whatever it is and say 5 delicious it is. If you feel uncomfortable with this, you can just say a polite" Thanks" and leave the food there. Don't stick your chopsticks upright 6 the rice bowl. Instead, lay(放置) them on your dish. The reason for this is that when somebody 7, the shrine(神龛)to them has a bowl of sand or rice with two chopsticks which are stuck upright in it. It is impolite to set the teapot down where the spout (壶嘴)is facing 8 somebody. The spout should always be directed to where nobody is sitting, usually just outward (向外) from the table. Don't hit your bowl 9 your chopsticks. Beggars (乞丐) hit their bowls, so this is not polite. Also, when the food is coming too 10 in a restaurant, people will tap their bowls. If you are in someone's home, it is like offending the cook.

  • 1. 我们应当习惯乘公交车出行。

    We should 1 2 3 4out by bus.

  • 1. Which of the following sentences is a fact?
    A . Beijing is the capital of China. B . The new park looks beautiful. C . Some subjects are difficult. D . I think my pet dog is very cute.
  • 1. —Do you have any plans for the holiday?

    —Yes. I'm planning to travel to Jiuzhaigou. I'm looking for ward to ________ the colourful lakes and amazing waterfalls.

    A . see B . seeing C . sees D . saw
  • 1. The guests praised Mario and his younger brother because they ________ well at the party.
    A . behaved B . argued C . added D . replied
  • 1. —Let's do something for our dad.

    —Good idea. We should always _________ our father's love for us.

    A . explain B . suppose C . wonder D . value
  • 1. Work hard, _________ you will get good grades.
    A . or B . but C . and
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