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1.Mr. Jackson is a popular writer, and we all like reading __________ books.

A.his B.her C.their D.your

2.Usually I make breakfast for my family ___________ Saturdays.

A.At B.in C.on D.to

3.Wash your hands before meals, ________ you may get ill.

A.and B.but C.or D.so

4.—________ you give me a hand? I can't move the box by myself.

—No problem.

A.Could B.Should C.Must D.Need

5.—______________ do you visit your grandparents, Tom?

—Twice a month.

A.How much B.How often C.How long D.How soon

6.Zhaozhou Bridge is one of ________ stone bridges in the world.

A.old B.older C.oldest D.the oldest

7.If you take this train, you _________ in Shanghai in five hours.

A.arrive B.will arrive C.arrived D.have arrived

8.I ___________ on the computer when Frank called me last night.

A.work B.will work C.was working D.am working

9.We ________ each other since I came to Beijing, but we send emails very often.

A.don't see B.didn't see C.won't see D.haven't seen

10.—What’s that noise, Sam?

—My little brother _________ with his toy car now.

A.will play B.is playing C.plays D.played

11.The kite ________ in China more than 2000 years ago.

A.invents B.invented C.is invented D.was invented

12.— Do you know ____________?

—At 9:00 tomorrow morning.

A.when the video meeting began

B.when did the video meeting begin

C.when the video meeting will begin

D.when will the video meeting begin

At the end of my first year of high school, I realized I needed to find a summer job. I was tired of having to ask my parents for 13 . I wanted to go to the shopping center or movies with friends without having to ask for $20 from my parents. I imagined having a job at a store or at a summer camp where I could play games with children. But what actually happened was 14 . The only job I managed to find was cleaning up tables at a local restaurant.

At first, the idea of clearing tables upset me. The thought of getting up at dawn(黎明) to go clean up after people made me 15 ever asking for a job. The first day was terribly busy. I was running around, racing to get a table ready for the waiting customers. I'll never forget how 16 I felt that day, but I'll also never forget sitting down for lunch with my co-workers for the first time. People my age or ten years older all sat together and talked about their days. All of a sudden I was a part of that, and it felt good to be so 17 .

I've now worked at the restaurant for almost one year. I've learned to be happy about getting up so early, because I know there're going to be a few good 18 every day there.

From starting there as a shy student, I've been able to grow into a person that can go up and 19 anyone, at work or anywhere else. I'm also not as sensitive(敏感的) as I used to be-getting an impolite customer might make me feel bad, but very soon I can laugh it off with my co-workers. The little job has given me so much, and I can't wait to go back and continue to 20 from my experience.

13.A.food B.money C.attention D.advice

14.A.exciting B.encouraging C.confusing D.disappointing

15.A.forget B.enjoy C.regret D.imagine

16.A.tired B.happy C.curious D.relaxed

17.A.loved B.missed C.needed D.included

18.A.dishes B.choices C.moments D.customers

19.A.find B.greet C.push D.stop

20.A.grow B.stand C.rest D.hide

21.Who created Teens Helping Seniors?

A.Kathy. B.Linda. C.Jordan. D.Matt.

22.How many local seniors are there in the weekly technology classes?

A.50. B.100. C.200. D.350.

23.To help the elderly in the nursing home, Kathy and her schoolmates_________.

A.taught them how to use computers

B.recorded jokes and poem for them

C.wrote them letters to cheer them up

D.delivered food or other supplies for them

A Day at the Nature Center

Emma stared(凝视) sadly out of the window of the bus. Only 50 miles outside town was the farm. She thought about the farm all the time, especially the animals.

When her family sold the farm and moved to nearby town, Emma was excited. But when she got to the new school, she felt very lonely.

With a sigh(叹气), Emma turned her attention back to the present. The bus came to a stop. “Welcome to the Leinweber Nature Center,” her teacher said. “A guide will give us a presentation about animals, and then you’ll help to feed the baby squirrels, now, I want everyone to find a partner. ”

Emma didn’t have any friends yet—who would be her partner? Emma got close to Julia, a talkative and outgoing girl. “Could I be your partner?” Emma asked uncertainly.

“Sure,” said Julia warmly.

Together, the girls walked into the center. After the presentation, a keeper showed them how to hold the bottle of milk for baby squirrels. Then the girls started to feed their own baby squirrels.

After the babies finished eating, the keeper asked, “Would you like to help feed the adult squirrels, too?”

Emma was quick to volunteer, but when the keeper opened the first cage, the squirrel inside jumped out. Emma remained calm(镇静的), held out her hand, made quiet sounds, and then quickly got it.

“Wow!” Julia said. “You’re always so quiet, I thought you were afraid of everything, but you were brave.”

“I know that when animals are frightened or excited, you have to stay calm.”

The keeper nodded in agreement and asked Emma, “Would you be interested in volunteering to help out with the animals at the center?”

“Interested? I would love to work here! What an opportunity!” Emma was excited.

That afternoon, in the bus on the way back to school, Emma sat next to Julia, her new friend. A rush of newfound happiness washed over her.

24.How did Emma feel when she got to the new school?

A.Lonely. B.Lucky. C.Surprised. D.Angry.

25.At the nature center, Emma and Julia_______.

A.took a chance to be tour guides B.helped to feed the baby squirrels

C.asked the keeper many questions D.made a presentation about nature

26.On the way back to school, Emma felt happy because_______.

A.the volunteers warmly welcomed her

B.the teacher praised her for her bravery

C.she found a place to care for animals and made a friend

D.she went back to the farm and learned a lot about animals

There are millions of recipes(菜谱) hidden in the boxes and hearts of grandmother and parents. These family recipes are a special part of our family history. Some of them have been passed down from generation(一代人) to generation.

“I realized I couldn't go home every weekend for my mom's delicious dishes,” says Shreya, who is about to enter university. Shreya has recently started following her mother around the kitchen, taking notes on how to make her “masala chai” and tasty kachoris.

"Those special tastes can immediately unlock a whole flood of emotions, memories and feelings of family, love, and comfort," says she.

She adds, "I am looking to the day when my kids will come to know of their grandmothers through the dishes they cooked."

But many of us find it difficult to keep the food connection with our busy life. Even if we have time, not many of us take the effort to collect and record the recipes from our grandmothers and parents. We often get a recipe on the phone and take it down quickly on a piece of paper. We just stick it onto the fridge for a week or two and forget about it as soon as the paper disappears from there.

Actually, there are simple ways to keep family recipes, Scrapbooks(剪贴薄)are easily found in the market. You can even add photos to record every detail of your memories about the recipe. With the help of some popular apps like Story Scans, recording family recipes has never been easier. What is needed is to scan(扫描) the recipes and record the story behind each of them. It can become the most meaningful work you have ever done with and for your family.

Keeping family recipes is saving and honoring our tradition so that future generations can continue to make family ties stronger. Every time you remember your loved ones, recreate one of the dishes from your collection and let the memories from the good old days comfort you. So why not gift your kids a family recipe book when they are starting a new life?

27.Why does Shreya follow her mother around the kitchen?

A.To clean up the kitchen. B.To note down recipes.

C.To prepare family dinners. D.To talk about family rules.

28.What can we learn from the passage?

A.Ways to record recipes can be easy.

B.Most people like writing recipe books.

C.Recipes have become popular with kids.

D.People often buy recipe books in the market.

29.Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?

A.Family Recipes: Secrets of Cooking

B.Family Recipes Are at a Crossroads

C.Family Recipes: Connections to Interests

D.Family Recipes Are More than Just Recipes

Today we can do everything with apps: pay bills, order food and shop for anything. Mobile technology means we can hold the world in our hands. However, when it comes to technology and health care, opportunities and challenges come together.

Let’s start with the ways to get health care. Telemedicine can allow a patient to use technology to see the doctor online and get a diagnosis (诊断) and instructions without leaving home.

In addition, there are many patient websites. These allow for different kinds of interactions about our health needs without involving the medical team. Setting a date with doctors and reading lab results are readily achieved by technology.

A whole new age of medical care seems likely (可能的) to come in the future. But every coin has two sides. What might be on the other side of techno-health care?

Firstly, we should think about the health care experience as a whole. A usual visit to a doctor begins with a receptionist (接待员) , who can see and tell how a patient is doing, This may influence the treatment effect. It’s unlikely that a patient website will have such intuition.

Next, sharing the details of one's life requires trust, which takes time to build. This is certainly true in health care, where some of life's best and worst moments involve doctors. The human touch should not be undervalued and is unlikely to be there over the smartphone.

Lastly, test results can be difficult to understand. When someone without a medical degree sees a flagged result with no explanation on the website, there's room for all kinds of stories to form in their minds—and also great worry.

So how does medicine adapt (适应) to the new technology age? Very talented companies are working on it .There is medical equipment(设备) that can be used at home to send necessary signs and heart sounds through telemedicine . It seems likely that some companies will find a way to explain test results.

But what it will not achieve is the warmth of human interaction and touch. Patients often need someone to listen to —and care about—their journey story, which will never be realized through a human-less technology. Technology should be a tool, but depending on it totally will most certainly have unexpected effects. Let's not allow our humanity to be one of them.

30.According to the passage, how does technology help health care?

A.It encourages doctors to voice their needs on the websites

B.It offers the patient a convenient way to get a diagnosis

C.It improves relations between doctors and patients.

D.It provides an opportunity to build a medical team

31.The word “intuition” in Paragraph 5 probably means______.

A.an ability to understand B.an interesting experience

C.a chance to win D.a fair decision

32.What do you know about techno-health care from the passage?

A.Patient websites require trust from doctors.

B.Talented companies can give medical advice.

C.Flagged results may cause worry for patients.

D.Medical equipment collects patients’ stories.

33.The writer probably agrees that_____.

A.technology can deal with unexpected effects.

B.telemedicine can take the place of usual health care.

C.it is difficult for patients to adapt to the new technology age.

D.techno-health care should take humanity into consideration.

This 12-year-old Girl Built a Robot to Find Plastics in the Ocean

Anna Du was walking along the beach when she noticed plastics there. She reached down to pick them up, and quickly realized there were many more tiny pieces than she could deal with. It seemed impossible to clean them all up.

Du, 12 years old at the time, tried to solve the problem like any good scientist—first, by doing a little research. That’s how she learned that 8 million tons of plastics end up in the oceans every year.

Then she got to work building something that could help solve the problem; a remote-operated vehicle(遥控潜水器), or ROV. Her ROV can move through water and find plastics on the ocean floor.

The actually cool part of Du’s ROV is the detection(探测) system. She uses a camera along with three different kinds of light to find the plastics. She also uses visible(可见的) light to find unnatural colors that might make the plastics stand out.

“She has a very good engineering sense to break down a problem like this and then go after it,” says engineer Casey Machado. “It sounds simple, but it’s a level of thinking that’s really amazing. ”

Du started attending public events and workshops at a university when she was five years old, and so she picked up the engineering skills necessary to build her ROV. She says actually getting her ROV to move through water well was not easy. She failed many times, but she never gave up trying and testing.

When asked about future plans, she mentions wanting to address the effects of climate(气候) change. “I think there are a lot of problems that could be solved with new inventions,” says Du.

Du thanks her parents, who for years have taken her to student outreach activities, for supporting her interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). She says she has been able to meet students and scientists there.

“I know I want to be an engineer because I like building things to help solve world problems,” says Du. “But I’m not sure what kind of engineer I want to be yet.”

34.What did Anna Du notice while walking along the beach?

35.How old was Du when she did a little research to solve the problem?

36.What can Du’s ROV do?

37.Why does Du want to be an engineer in the future?

38.What made Du succeed in building her ROV?

39. 从下面两个题目中任选一题,根据中文和英文提示,完成一篇不少于50词的文段写作。文中已给出内容不计入总词数。所给提示词语仅供选用。请不要写出你的校名和姓名。


提示词语:lose, make up(弥补), buy, send


What happened to the book?

What will you do to make up for it?

Dear Peter,

How are you getting on? I’m writing this email to say sorry________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Li Hua

40. “不积跬步,无以至千里。”积累,有助于我们达成目标,实现梦想。


提示词语:accumulate(积累), read, keep, make progress

提示问题:●What did you do to accumulate knowledge?

●What have you learned from doing so?

Without accumulating, we can hardly achieve anything. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________