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1. Totally, United States has more than 600 national parks, one third are
A. among which B. among them C.among whom D. in which
2. Jane married to Smith her age of 25.
A. in B. at C.on D. up to
3. Weather , we will pay a visit to the Forbidden City this weekend.
A. to permit B. had permitted C. being permitted D. permitting
4. A baby might show fear of an adult stranger, he or she is likely to smile to another baby.
A. if B.whereas C. whenever D. wherever
5. The following novels are all written by American writer Hemingway except
A. The Sun Also Rises B. The Old Man and the Sea
C.For whom the Bell Rolls D. The Cop and the Anthem
6. A syntactic unit which is smaller than sentence but larger than phrase is called in grammar.
A. clause B. idiom C. word D. morpheme
7. What is not included in communicative competence in the following is .
A. knowing how to use language for a range of different purposes and functions
B. knowing how to vary our use of language according to the setting and the participants
C. knowing how to produce and understand different types of texts (e.g. narratives, reports, interviews, conversations)
D. knowing how to use language structure
8. Academically, language is a kind of unconscious process by which learners internalize language from exposure to input. It is different from language learning, the type of conscious effort at learning rules from books and teachers.
A. processing B. acquisition C. study D. output
9. Learning to speak in another language is the basic target of L2 production.
A. listening B. learning C. oral D. language
10. The study of foreign language teaching and learning is a discipline called .
A. applied language B. pragmatics
C. pedagogy D. applied linguistics
When the Quaker Elizabeth married Joseph Fry, it seemed as if her life would be comfortable and peaceful. However, Elizabeth was not content 11 her easy life and her growing family. She saw many poor people living near her and she wanted to help them.
One day she was 12 to visit a prison. At first the prison officers did not want to let her visit the women prisoners because they feared the prisoners would attack her, but Elizabeth was not afraid. She realized that the prisoners lived a 13 life because they were being treated like animals. They had no beds, clean clothes, food or heating. Any child 14 in prison had to stay there and had no chance of an education. This meant they would probably have to beg or steal 15 they grew up and then would return to prison. So the first thing Elizabeth did was to provide food, clean clothes and straw for beds. Later she began a prison school for the children and taught the women to sew, knit and make goods to sell. In this way they were able to make a little money for 16 and gain some self-respect. Her kindness helped her gain the friendship of the prisoners and they began to try to improve their conditions for themselves. Later Elizabeth was asked to go to the leaders of Britain to 17 how to improve the conditions for prisoners.
Of course she did not do all the work 18 her own. Other Quaker women helped her and went around the country 19 money for her work. Some people did not like her ideas and argued with her. They said that she should spend more time with her family. Other people said she enjoyed 20 famous too much. However, her husband, Joseph, supported and encouraged her, so she continued working to help improve the lives of poor prisoners till she died. Her ideas did not disappear after her death and her work was remembered in 1947 when the Quakers were given the Nobel Peace Prize.
11. A. with B. on C. about D.over
12. A. asking B. demanding C. asked D.told
13. A. good B. rude C. miserable D.polite
14. A. living B. born C. brought D.playing
15. A. while B. where C. before D.when
16. A. children B. themselves C. people D.prison
17. A. tell B. argue C. say D.discuss
18. A. on B. with C. by D.at
19. A. get B. raising C. getting D.making
20. A. being B. to be C. having D.very
It’s no great surprise that Bill Gates has decided to walk away from his day-to-day involvement with Microsoft. Instead of fretting(操心) about computer codes, the 50-year-old will use his obsessive attention to detail to observe how the Bill Gates Foundation spends its assets of £16 billion.
In abandoning his career at the turning point to old age and devoting the rest of his life to charitable causes, Gates---who is worth about £27 billion---is following a familiar path. Ever since the industrial revolution, wealthy self-made businessmen and women have felt a calling to create a legacy that goes beyond a profit and loss sheet. In the United States, where the duty to give away wealth runs deeply through the business community, the good works were carried out by industrialists such as Henry Ford and Andrew Carnegie, the Scots-born iron tycoon who said, “ He, who dies rich, dies disgraced.”
But out of all the great philanthropists, Mr. Gates’ career path appears to be closest to the oil tycoon John Rockefeller, the founder of Standard Oil. Both were self-made men, both were the richest men on the planet, and both attracted criticism that they were abusing a monopoly position. Rockefeller was in his late 50s when he turned his attention full time to philanthropy. Now Gates says he will do the same in his early 50s. “It was a hard decision for me,” he said, “I’m very lucky to have two passions that are so important and challenging. With great wealth comes great responsibility.”
Experts in philanthropy accept that the Gates’ charity work is a style of the 21st century---part of a movement called new philanthropy. According to Lloyd, a leading adviser on philanthropy, there had been a “step change” in the attitudes to giving among the rich over the past five years. There also appears to be a rise in the number of wealthy people looking to give away their fortunes while they are still alive. Like Gates, many philanthropists do not want to pass on too much wealth to their children.
Many of the new breed of philanthropists have made their money in the city or computing. They tend to use the skills they developed for business to choose the most effective charities and organizations. And they also tend to stay closely involved in the foundations they set up rather than just bankrolling(资助) an organization. Lloyd believes that the revival in philanthropy is linked to changes in the nature of wealth. In Britain, the newspaper rich lists are increasingly dominated by self-made millionaires rather than inherited wealth. New money is less likely to be “tied up” in assets, making it ripe for philanthropy.
21. In his early 50s, Bill Gates made the following decisions except_____.
A. abandoning his career with Microsoft daily affairs
B. passing on his great wealth to his children
C. devoting the rest of his life to charitable causes
D. observing how the Foundation spends the assets
22. The 2nd sentence in paragraph 2 mean_____.
A. the wealthy business men and women should create a legacy for their
B. the wealthy business men and women should leave the sheets of profit and
loss to their children
C. the wealthy business men and women should create a legacy for society
D. the wealthy business men and women should give their sheets of profit and
loss to society
23. Which of the following explains the saying “He, who dies rich, dies disgraced”
A. The wealthy should remember their duty to help the poor.
B. It’s a good choice for the wealthy to devote their wealth to charity before
C. The wealthy should give away their fortunes when they are still alive.
D. The wealthy should abandon their careers when they are still healthy.
24. Bill Gates doesn’t want to pass on too much to his offspring because_____.
A. it’s very different for him to accumulate so many fortunes
B. he wants to follow the old path that has been tried bu other wealthy persons
C. he believes that he has a great responsibility for society’s fairness and
common people’s benefits
D. he wishes to become famous through donating money to charitable courses
25. Lloyd believes that_____.
A. changes in the nature of wealth stimulate the development of philanthropy
B. children can receive better education with the investment of the philanthropists
C. the number of self-made millionaires is larger than that of rich people with
D. philanthropy is the only way to solve the poverty problem
Youth is not a matter of time but a matter of self-improvement, both physically and morally. Being a good youth, one should possess some factors among which the basic one is health. A healthy body is a kind of priceless treasure. One can do nothing without it. Secondly, a youth should pay essential attention to moral character. He should be always willing to help those in trouble without any complaints. Moreover, he should care more about the people around him. Thirdly, cooperation and communication also play an important role in being a good youth. No one can live alone without any friends. And nobody can work out every problem without help of partners. So the youth should and must learn how to live and work well with others, including those people he does’ t like to cooperate or communicate with. The last but not the least, patriotism, meaning a love of one’ s country, is the one we should never forget. People always misunderstand the word "patriots" by thinking it only refers to those fighters who fight for their country. As a matter of fact, a patriot will do the things his country asks him to do. So being a youth is one thing, being a good one really needs to take every effort to make himself to be.
26. The central idea of this passage is that .
A. youth is a profitable period
B. a youth should have good physical and mental qualities
C. a youth should be doing good
D. a youth should do his best
27. According to the passage, to be a good youth one should first of all have .
A. Best looking B. best riches
C.good ability D. a healthy body
28. Helping others is one of the characters of a good youth.
A. willingly B. at his convenience
C. As one wants to D. he cares about
29. Cooperation and communication .
A. mean helping those people one doesn’t like
B. mean living and working well with others
C. are important to everyone
D. are not necessary to good friends
30. “Patriots” in the above passage refers to .
A. those who fights for the country
B. the spirit of those who love his country
C. those who do what their country needs them to do
D. the youth who take every effort to make themselves to be good
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35. sweet [ ] 36. dance [ ] 37. plant [ ] 38. high [ ]
39. pool [ ] 40. says [ ]
41. questions refer to those with only one single correct answer while open
questions may invite many different answers.
42. When teaching grammar, the teacher writes examples on the board and explains
the underlying rules regarding the forms and positions of certain words. Such a way
in teaching grammar is called the method.
43. The word “dog” has its denotative meaning referring to the animal itself while it
can also have its meaning of friendship and loyalty in a certain context.
44. means to read to locate specific information. The key point in doing this is
that the reader has something in his mind and he should ignore the irrelevant parts when reading.
45. assessment is based on information collected in the classroom during the
teaching process for the purpose of improving teaching and learning.
51. The modern Olympic Games were founded with the intention of improving
health and education, promoting world peace, and encouraging fair and equal competition. But over the years, the Olympic saying, “faster, higher, stronger”, has pushed scientists as well as athletes to do everything possible to reach new levels.
The table below shows CO2 emissions for different forms of transport in the
The given chart provides information on the amount of carbon dioxide emission per person from different vehicles in the European Union. As is observed from the given illustration, the highest amount of CO2 per person is emitted by the air transports.
以Which is better, individual tour or package tour(跟团游)?为题，写一篇不少于
Let’s have a talk in class to find out the mistakes in the following picture,
that is to say, the things you cannot find in the Tang dynasty. For example, Tang
people could not use the Internet.