例：Std over there___________ you'll be able to see it better.
A. or B. d C. but D. while
1.-Albert's birthday is on next Saturday, d I'm png a surprise party for .
-__________. I'll brg some e.
A. Sounds like fun B. It depds
C. Just a ute D. You are welcome
2. My room is a mess, but I it before I go out tonight. I do it the morng.
A. dar't B.shou't 't ustn't
3. -I t to see Mr. White. We have appott.
-I'm sorry, but he is not ________ at the mot, for the meetg hasn't ded.
A. busy B. active C. concerned D. available
4. She asked me _______ I had returned the books to the library, d I itted that I 't.
A. B. where C. whether D. what
5. Mr. d Mrs. Brown would like to see their daughter _____, get married, d have kids.
A. settled down B. keep off C. get up D. cut
6. Nowadays, cyg, along with jog d sg, _______ as one of the best all-round forms of exercise.
A. regard B. is regarded C. are regarded D. regards
7. ichael was late for Mr. Smith's istry class this morng.
-________? As far as I ow, he never e late to class.
A. So what B. Why not C. Who cares D. How come
8. I ________down to London I suly found that I was on the wrong road.
A. was drivg B. have driv C. would drive D. drove
9. My eldest son, _______ work takes all over the world, is New York at the mot.
A. that B. whose C. his D. who
10. I was watg the clock all through the meetg, as I had a tr ______.
A. catg B. caught C. to catch D. to be caught
11. It was I got back to my apartt ______ I first e across my new neighbors.
A. who B. where C. which D. that
12. you drive through the Redwood Forests California, you will be _____ trees that are over 1,000 years old.
A. ong B. st C. d D. below
13. We offer ext education to our stuts. ________, we expect stuts to word hard.
A. On average B. At best C. return D. After all
14. The hospital has rtly obted new medical equipt, _____ more patts to be treated.
A. g allowed B. allog C. havg allowed D. allowed
15. -Do you have Betty's phone number?
-Yes. Otherwise, I ______able to reach her yesterday.
A. 't B. wou't have C. wer't D. wou't be
At my heaviest I weighed 370 pounds. I had a very poor relationship with food: I used it to
16 bad gs, to make myself feel better, d to celebrate. Worried about my health, I tried y differt ds of 17 but notg worked. I e to believe that I could do notg about my 18 .
I was 50, my weight pro to affect me 19 . I 't t to live the rest of my life with this 20 weight y more.
That year, I 21 a sar where we were asked to create a project that would touch the world. A sar leader shared her 22 story -she had not only 125 pounds, but also raised $25,000 for homeless childr.
23 by her story, I created the As We Heal(痊愈), the World Heals 24 . My goal was to lose 150 pounds one year d raise $50,000 25 a movt founded 30 years ago to d hunger. This coation of g myself d g the world 26 me as the perfect solution.
27 I my own personal weight progr, I was filled with the fear that I would
28 the se difficulties that beat me before. While the 29 hung over my head, there were also ss that I was headed down the right 30 . I st letters to everyone I ew, tg t about my project. It worked perfectly. Donations 31 from hundreds of people.
Of course, I also took some practical steps to lose weight. I consulted with a phys（内科医生）, I hired a fitness coach, d I to eat small d 32 meals. My fund-raisg focus also gave me new motivation to exercise 33 .
A year later, I 34 my goal: I lost 150 pounds d raised $50,000! I feel that I've giv a second life to devote to sometg that is 35 d ormous.
16.A.add B. mix C. kill D. share
17.A. diets B. drks C. fruits D. dishes
18.A. height B. ability C. wisdom D. weight
19.A. tporarily B. rtly C. seriously D. secretly
20.A.ideal B. extra C. normal D. low
21.A. attded B. orized C. recoded D. tioned
22.A. folk B. success C. advture D. sce
23.A. Surprised B. used C. fluced D. Disturbed
24.A. project B. busess C. syst D. custom
25.A. search of need of C. place of D. support of
26.A.scared B. considered C. confused D. struck
27.A. As B.Until C.If D. Unless
28.A. get over B. run to C. look for D. put aside
29.A.excittB. joy C. ger D. fear
30.A.row B. hall C. path D. street
31.A. brg B. floog C. jumpg D. steppg
32.A. heavy B. full C. expse D. healthy
33.A. regularly B. itlessly C. suly D. rdomly
34.A. set B. reached C. missed D. dropped
35.A. stressful B. pful C. gful D. peaceful
Suppose you're a rush, g tired, not payg atttion to your scr, d you sd ail that could get you trouble.
Realisation will probably set seconds after you've clicked "sd". You freeze horrors d burn with se.
What to do? Here are four coon ail ts, d how to recover.
g "sd" too soon
Don't waste your te tryg to d out if the receivers has read it yet. Write other ail as swiftly as you d sd it with a brief expg that this is the correct version d the previous version should be ored.
Writg the wrong te
The sooner you notice, the better. Respond quickly d briefly, apologizg for your mistake. Keep the tone measured: don't dle it too lightly, as people be offered, especially if your error suggests a misunderstg of their culture(I.e. correct orderg of ese nes).
g "reply all" unttionally
You tally reveal(透露)to tire compy what u choices you would prefer at the staff Christmas ner, or what holiday you'd like to take. this stce, the best solution is to sd a quick, light-hearted apology to exp your awkwaress. But it quickly rise to sometg worse, everyone starts hittg "reply all" to jo a long d unpleast conversation. this stce, step away from your keyboard to allow everyone to down.
Sg osive message to it's subject
The most awkward ail mistake is usually coitted ger. You write und message about someone, tg to sd it to a frd, but tally sd it to the person you're discussg. that case, ask to speak person as soon as possible d say sorry. Exp your frustrations ly d ssibly-see it as opportunity tic hear up y difficulties you may have with this person.
36. After realizg ail t, you are likely to feel _______.
A. curious B. tired C. awful D. funny
37. If you have writt the wrong ne ail, it is best to ________.
A. apologise a serious ner
B. tell the receiver to ore the error
C. learn to write the ne correctly
D. sd a short notice to everyone
38. What should you do unpleast conversation is started by your "reply all" ail?
A. Try offerg other choices.
B. Avoid further volvt.
C. Meet other staff bers.
D. Make a light-hearted apology.
39. How should you deal with the pro caused by osive ail?
A. By promisg not to od the receiver .
B. By sg support from the receiver's frds.
C. By asg the receiver to control his ger.
D. By tg to the receiver face to face.
40. What is the passage ly about?
A. g ail errors.
B. Redug ail mistakes.
C. g ail ts.
D. provg ail writg.
Fift years ago, I took a suer vacation Lecce southern Italy. After g up a hill for a poric(全景的) view of the blue sea, white bugs d gr olive trees, I paused to catch my breath d t positioned myself to take the best photo of this pora.
Unfortunately, just as I took out my era, a wo approached from d, d pted herself right front of my view. Like me, this wo was here to stop, sigh d appreciate the view.
Patt as I was, after about 15 utes, my era sng the sun d revieg the shot I would evtually take, I grew frustrated. Was it too much to ask her to move so I could take just one picture of the dscape? Sure, I could have asked her, but sometg prevted me from dog so. She sed so contt her observation. I 't t to mess with that.
other 15 utes passed d I grew bored. The wo was still there. I decided to take the photo yway. d now I look at it, I tk her presce the photo is what makes the age terestg. The dscape, beautiful on its own, somehow coms to life d breathes because this wo is g with it.
This photo, with the unique beauty that unfolded before me d that wo who "rued" it, now gs on a wall my bedroom. What would she tk if she ew that her figure is captured(捕捉) d froz on some strger's bedroom wall? A bedroom, after all, is a very private space, which some wo I don't ev ow has mortalized(使......永存). some ways, she lives my house.
Perhaps we all live each others' space. Perhaps this is what photos are for: to rd us that we all appreciate beauty, that we all share a coon desire for pleasure, for connection, for sometg that is greater t us.
That photo is a rder, a captured mot, unspo conversation bet two wo, separated only by a t square of glass.
41. What happed the author was about to take a photo?
A. Her era stopped worg.
B. A wo blocked her view.
C. Someone asked her to leave
D. A frd approached from d.
42. Accorg to the author, the wo was probably_______.
A. joyg herself
B. losg her patce
C. waitg for the sunset
D. tg about her past
43. the author's opion, what makes the photo so alive?
A. The rich color of the dscape.
B. The perfect positiong of the era.
C. The wo's existce the photo.
D. The soft sunlight that suer day.
44. The photo on the bedroom wall ables the author to better understd ________.
A. the need to be close to nature
B. the portce of private space
C. the joy of the vacation Italy
D. the shared passion for beauty
45. The passage be s as the author's reflections upon _______.
A. a particular life experce
B. the pleasure of travg
C. the art of photography
D. a lost frdship
This month, Gery's trsport ister, Alexder Dobrdt, proposed the first set of rules for autonomous vehicles(自主驾驶车辆). They would e the driver's role such cars d govern how such cars perform crashes where lives might be lost.
The proposal attpts to deal with what some call the "death valley" of autonomous vehicles: the grey area bet si-autonomous d fully driverless cars that could delay the driverless future.
Dobrdt ts three tgs: that a car always chooses property(财产) age over personal jury; that it never distguishes bet hus based on age or race; d that if a hu roves his or her ds from the drivg wheel - to check ail, say - the car's maker is responsible if there is a crash.
"The ge to the road traffic law will permit fully automatic drivg," says Dobrdt. It will put fully driverless cars on equal legal footg to hu drivers, he says.
Who is responsible for the operation of such vehicles is not clear ong car makers, consumers d lawyers. "The liability(法律责任) issue is the biggest one of t all," says Natasha Merat at the University of Leeds, UK.
assumption d UK surce for driverless cars, troduces earlier this year, sists that a hu " be watchful d monitorg the road" at every mot.
But that is not what y people have d tg of driverless cars. " you say 'driverless cars', people expect driverless cars."Merat says. "You ow - no driver." Because of the confusion, Merat tks some car makers will wait until vehicles be fully automated without operation.
Driverless cars may d up g a form of public trsport rather t vehicles you own, says Ry Calo at Stford University, California. That is happg the UK d Sgapore, where governt-provided driverless vehicles are g launched.
That would go down poorly the US, however. "The idea that the governt would take over driverless cars d treat t as a public good would get absolutely nowhere here," says Calo.
46. What does the phrase "death valley" Paragraph 2 refer to?
A. A place where cars oft break down.
B. A case where passg a law is possible.
C. area where no drivg is permitted.
D. A situation where drivers' role is not clear.
47. The proposal put forward by Dobrdt s to __________.
A. stop people from brg traffic rules
B. help promote fully automatic drivg
C. protect drivers of all ages d races
D. prevt serious property age
48. What do consumers tk of the operation of driverless cars?
A. It should get the atttion of surce compies.
B. It should be the concern of law makers.
C. It should not cause deadly traffic ts.
D. It should volve no hu responsibility.
49. Driverless vehicles public trsport see no bright future __________.
B. the UK
C. the US
50. What could be the best title for passage?
A. Autonomous Drivg: Whose Liability?
B. Fully Automatic Cars: A New Breakthrough
C. Autonomous Vehicles: Driver Roved
D. Driverless Cars: Root of Road ts
I read somewhere that we spd a full third of our lives waitg. But where are we dog all of this waitg, d what does it to patt society like ours? To understd the issue, let's take a look at three types of "waits".
The very purest form of waitg is the Watched-Pot Wait. It is without doubt the most noyg of all. Take g up the kit sk(洗碗池) as exple. There is absolutely notg you do while this is gog on but keep both eyes fixed on the sk until it's full. Durg these waits, the br slips away from the body d ders about until the water runs over the edge of the counter d onto your socks. This d of wait makes the waiter helpless d dless.
A cous to the Watched-Pot Wait is the Forced Wait. This one requires a bit of discipe. Properly preparg packaged noodle soup required a Forced Wait. Directions are very specific. "Brg three cups of water to boil, add mix, smer three utes, rove from heat, let std five utes."I have my doubts that yone has actually followed the procedures strictly. After all, Forced Waitg requires patce.
Perhaps the most powerful type of waitg is the Lucky-Break Wait. This type of wait is unusual that it is for the most part voluntary. Unlike the Forced Wait, which is also voluntary, waitg for your lucky break does not necessarily that it will happ.
Turng one's life to a waitg e requires faith d hope, d is strictly for the optists ong us. On the surface it ss as ridiculous as follog the directions on soup mixes, but the Lucky-Break Wait well serves those who are g to do it. As long as one doesn't come to rely on it, wisg for a few good tgs to happ never hurts ybody.
We certly do spd a good deal of our te waitg. The next te you're stg at the sk waitg for it to fill while coog noodle soup that you'll have to eat until a large bag of cash falls out of the sky, don't be desperate. You're probably just as busy as the next guy.
51. While dog a Watched-Pot Wait, we td to ___________.
A. keep ourselves busy
B. get abstded
C. grow xious
D. stay focused
52. What is the differce bet the Forced Wait d the Watched-Pot Wait?\
A. The Forced Wait requires some self-control.
B. The Forced Wait makes people passive.
C. The Watched-Pot Wait needs directions.
D. The Watched-Pot Wait gages body d br.
53. What we learn about the Lucky-Break Wait?
A. It is less voluntary t the Forced Wait.
B. It doesn't always brg the desired result.
C. It is more fruitful t the Forced Wait.
D. It doesn't give people faith d hope.
54. What does the author advise us to do the next te we are waitg?
A. Take it seriously.
B. Don't rely on others.
C. Do sometg else.
D. Don't lose heart.
55. The author supports his view by _________.
A. explorg various causes of "waits".
B. descrg detailed processes of "waits".
C. alyzg differt categories of "waits"
D. revg frustratg consequces of "waits"
the years of my grog up, Dad was strict with me. He made sure I made my bed d did my homework. He would call advce to make sure there was no alcohol at the party. I got so gry with for layg down the law. I would scr, " I hate you!" Dad would yell back, "Good! I don't care!" Deep down I ew he did.
One te at a party, I drk too much alcohol d got so sick. I said, " Call my dad." Next tg, Dad was carryg me to the car. I woke up the next morng, tg I would itely be criticized. As expected, I got a roastg, but I now understd why I need discipe.
Dad was 29 he got his big roles s. I had early start at the age of ne with a role a 1990s TV series, but it wasn't until I ished studies that I pursued my career as actress. Like those early days for Dad, I faced lots of rejections. Worg such a competitive dustry, I've sometes thought, " I 't do this y more."
Once, after a trip to Hollywood, I returned to Australia so depressed d spt months my bedroom ptg, listg to Eckhart Tolle's music d tryg to d myself . Dad sat me down d said,"Alice, I ow it's hard, but it's all about persistce(坚持不懈)."
Now I get to work with Dad a lot, which I love. We both passionate about actg, which comes from us g so terested people. If it wer't for Dad, I wou't be where I today. He's my biggest , d you have that your life you go a long way.
56. What rules did Alice's father set for her she was grog up?(no more t 15 words)
57. What does the undered part Paragraph 2 ?(no more t 5 words)
58. What did Alice's father do she felt depressed?(no more t 5 words)
59. Accorg to the last paragraph, what do Alice d her father have coon?(no more t 10 words)
60. What do you tk of Alice's father? Please exp.(no more t 20 words)
假设你是李津，与你以前的外籍教师Mrs. Gr 一直保持联系。近日她来信询问你的近况，请根据以下提示给她回复一封邮件。
参考词汇：第十三届全运会 the 13th National es
Dear Mrs. Gr,
I'm glad to hear from you. ______________________________________________________________
1. A 2. C 3.D 4.C 5.A 6.B 7.D 8.A 9.B 10. C
11. D 12. A 13.C 14.B 15.B 16.C 17.A 18. D 19.C 20. B
21. A 22. B 23.C 24.A 25.D 26.D 27.A 28.B 29.D 30. C
31. B 32. D 33.A 34.B 35.C 36.C 37.A 38.B 39.D 40. C
41. B 42. A 43.C 44.D 45.A 46.D 47.B 48.D 49.C 50. A
51. B 52. A 53.B 54.D 55. C
56. She should make her bed, do her homework d drk no alcohol.
Or: g her bed, dog her homework d drg no alcohol.
57. I got/was criticised/scolded.
58. He couraged/comforted/spired her.