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1.Much as we may pride ourselves on our good taste, we are no longer free to choose the things we want, for advertising exerts a subtle influence on us.

2.Even this was remarkable, considering that she had had so many delays. There is no doubt that if she had not lost her rudder she would have won the race easily.

 By Sky(1430)

 

 

 1. Embodying both Eastern and Western cultures, Hong Kong stands out because it has not only a vibrant Christmas atmosphere, but also offers lots of shopping and entertainment facilities, and big discounts at this time of year."

 

2. When it comes to the weeklong Spring Festival holiday, destinations like Europe will be more popular,

 

3."Alone in a foreign land as a foreign guest, I miss my family all the more on every festive day." This line of prose was composed by a Tang Dynasty (618-907) poet, and today, it strikes a chord with those who find it difficult spending the holidays so far from home, family and friends.

 

4. But it doesn't take much searching to find Beijing has everything needed to become a home away from home - even during the holidays.

 

5. There are six suggestions for ways to get into the spirit of the season and beat back those holiday blues.

                                                   -----1428

"Sports like judo teach you mutual respect," he said. "Respect for your rival, with the knowledge that an adversary who appears weak can put up resistance and even beat you if you lose concentration and become complacent." ——1429

 

"Sports like judo teach you mutual respect," he said. "Respect for your rival, with the knowledge that an adversary who appears weak can put up resistance and even beat you if you lose concentration and become complacent." ——1429

 

126. Since it is unnecessary to consider student's routine life, day school can lay stress on teaching instead of other aspects, such as management of dormitory and cafeteria.

  由于无需考虑学生的日常生活,日制学校可以将重点放在教学上而不是放在像宿舍和食堂管理这些方面。

  127. Furthermore, students living in their own home would have access to a comfortable life and have more opportunities to communicate with their parents, which have beneficial impact on development of their personal character.

  而且,学生生活在自己家中,舒适的生活,并有更多机会和父母交流,这对他们个性的培养是有利的。

  128. From what has been discussed above, we may safely draw the conclusion that both of day schools and boarding schools are important to train young students for our society.

  通过以上讨论,我们可以得出结论,寄宿学校和日制学校对我们社会培养年轻学生都是重要的。

  129. There is much discussion over science and technology. One of the questions under debate is whether traditional technology and methods are bound to die out when a country begins to develop modern science and technology.

  关于科学技术存在许多争论,其中一个问题是当国家发展现代科学技术时,传统的技术方法是否可能会消亡?

  130. As for me, the declining of traditional technology and methods is not a bad thing; it is the natural result of progress of society.

  我认为,传统技术方法的消亡不一定是坏事,这是社会进步的自然结果。

 

Coming home from school that dark winter day so long ago, I was filled with excitement of having the weekend off. But I was   1   into stillness by what I saw. Mother, seated at the far end of the sofa,   2  , with the second-hand green typewriter on the table. She told me that she couldnt type fast and then she was out of w0rk. My shock and embarrassment(尴尬)at finding Mother in tears was a perfect proof of how   3   I understood the pressures on her. Sitting beside her on the sofa, I began very   4   to understand. I guess we all have to   5   sometime, Mother said quietly. I could   6   her pain and the tension(压力)of   7   the strong feelings that were interrupted by my arrival. Suddenly, something inside me   8  . I reached out and put my arms around her. She broke then. She put her face   9   my shoulder and sobbed. I held her   10   and didnt try to talk. I knew I was doing what I should, what I could   11   it was enough. In that moment, feeling Mothers   12   with feelings, I understood f0r the first time her being so easy to   13  . She was still my mother,   14   she was something   15  : a person like me, capable of fear and   16   and failure. I could feel her pain as she must have felt mine on a thousand occasions(场合)when I sought   17   in her arms.

A week later Mother took a job selling dry goods at half the salary the radio station   18  . Its a job I can do, thoughshe said simply. But the evening practice on the old green typewriter continued. I had a very   19   feeling now when I passed her do0r at night and heard her tapping   20   across the paper. I knew there was something m0re going on in there than a woman learning to type.

 

1. A. tired          B. ashamed     C. lazy           D. shocked

  2. A. crying           B. smiling     C. thinking       D. whispering

  3. A. eagerly      B. w0rriedly       C. little         D. much

  4. A. quickly      B. slowly         C. suddenly       D. proudly

  5. A. fail         B. win         C. fall sick      D. give in

  6. A. know of      B. watch          C. sense          D. recognize

  7. A. holding back B. putting away C. sitting up     D. stopping from

  8. A. lit up           B. came true    C. turned         D. increased

  9. A. to            B. up         C. through     D. against

  10. A. tightly     B. thoughtfully C. carefully      D. politely

  11. A. and that    B. now that       C. but that       D. so that

  12. A. hand        B. face           C. hair           D. back

  13. A. content     B. break          C. fall           D. understand

  14. A. theref0re       B. however      C. yet        D. though

  15. A. m0re        B. much           C. little         D. huge

  16. A. wound       B. defeat         C. cut        D. hurt

  17. A. kindness    B. mem0ry      C. comf0rt    D. supp0rt

  18. A. supplied    B. offered     C. paid f0r       D. contributed

  19. A. different       B. hard           C. pleasant       D. serious

  20. A. off         B. away           C. out        D. through

 

 

 (  )126. They are going to have the serviceman ____ an electric fan in the office tomorrow.

    A. install      B. to install   C. to be installed     D. installed

(  ) 127.There is an increase of 16% in the consumption of tobacco_____ the previous year.   

 A. over  B. than  C. to  D. then

(  ) 128. ______ on time, I think, the medicine will work on him before long.

     A. Taken B. Being taken C. If taking  D. Take

(  ) 129. _____ you want me to fire you, I suggest you stop wearing sports clothes at office.

     A. As long as B. As far as C. Since D. Unless

(  ) 130. Nobody in the class except you and me _____ to the principal about the air quality problems.

     A. has complained  B. have complained 

  C. complain  D. complaining

 

 

How to Be Work-Free on Vacation

(尽情享受轻松、自在的假期)

 

By Robert Half International

 

Your workload is growing, and it feels like there is not enough time in the day. You may be telling yourself a vacation is one luxury you can't afford. But the truth is that you can't afford not to take       .

 

A vacation allows you the opportunity to       charge your physical and emotional batteries, disconnect from everyday concerns, and return to work rested and refreshed. In fact, in a survey commissioned by Robert Half International, 51 percent of executives said employees are more productive after a vacation than before one.

 

To ensure your time away from the office is worry free (远离烦恼), proper planning is required. Here are some tips:

 

Time it right. A Robert Half survey shows that executives consider July and August the most favorable months for employees to take a break. That's not simply because these months offer ideal beach weather -- many businesses slow down during this time of the year.

 

When       (plan) your vacation, remember to take into account any activities that your department will be focused on during that time. For instance, if a big initiative is planned for the summer, you may consider postponing your trip until the fall.

 

Look to others for assistance. Ask trusted colleagues to handle your projects while you're away. Your supervisor can help you determine who is most      (qualify) for a particular task. Also, provide your customers, boss and co-workers       a list of colleagues who will fill      for you. Include the list in your out-of-office e-mail and voice-mail messages, as well, so people have someone who can help them while you're away.

 

Consider planning a meeting with those who will be filling in for you to alert them to upcoming tasks and deadlines. Explain relevant processes and procedures and make sure they know where key files are kept.

 

Let your contacts know. Give colleagues and customers you frequently work       a few weeks' notice before you head off(离开). This will give them enough time to plan for your absence.

 

If you take part in recurring meetings, make sure to decline them if they fall while you are on vacation. If you've organized a meeting, ask another colleague to lead it or cancel it so attendees know not to show up.

 

Leverage technology. One thing people dread when returning from vacation is the mountain of e-mail that often awaits them. To avoid sifting through hundreds of messages, take advantage of "rules" that allow you to sort incoming messages. Most e-mail programs offer this function. For example, you may designate daily IT updates to the Deleted Items folder since the content will be irrelevant by the time you return. Or you might set up rules that direct e-mails from certain contacts to the people who will be covering       you so nothing slips through the cracks while you're away.

 

Conduct a technical review. Before you leave, make sure there is plenty of room in your e-mail inbox so you don't exceed your storage limit while you're out of the office, which might prevent you      sending messages when you return. Also make sure passwords won't expire while you are      [go]. If you plan to work during your time off, ensure that you can use your laptop or BlackBerry from your vacation destination.

 

Limit contact with the office. If possible, pull the plug and leave your laptop, pager and files at home. If you have to call the office for a particular reason -- such as a conference call that requires your input -- don't let yourself be dragged into additional tasks. Limit your participation to essential items only.

 

Last but not least, try not to stretch yourself to the limit right before you head off. While you may need to      occasionstay late to prepare for your vacation, don't leave everything for the final week, when you'll likely have other last-minute preparations to make.      (know) that everything has been taken care of well in advance will allow you to truly enjoy your time away from the office.

  

Students who say they never or hardly ever used dictionaries often speak English well but usually write poorly, because they make many mistakes.

    The students who use dictionaries most do not learn especially well either. The ones who look up every new word do not read fast. Therefore they do not have time to read much. Those who use small two-language dictionaries have the worst problems. Their dictionaries often give only one or two words as translations of English. But one English word often has many translations in a foreign language and one foreign word has many translations in English.

    The most successful students are those who use large college edition dictionaries with about 100,000 words but do not use them too often. When they are reading, these students first try to get the general idea and understand new words from the context. Then they reread and use the dictionary to look up only key words that they still do not understand. They use dictionaries more for writing. If they are not sure how to spell a word, or divide it into syllables (音节), they always use a dictionary. Also, if they think a noun might have an unusual plural form, they check these in a dictionary.

1. The writer tends to think that        .

    A. choose a good dictionary, and you’ll be successful in learning English

    B. dictionaries are not necessary to the students who learn English

    C. it is very important for students to use good dictionaries properly

    D. using dictionaries very often can’t help to improve writing

2. According to the passage, which of the following is wrong?

    A. Dictionaries have little effect on learning to speak English.

    B. Whatever new words you meet while reading, never use dictionaries.

    C. Small two-language dictionaries have serious defects (缺陷).

    D. Reading something for the first time, you’d better not use dictionaries.

3 This passage mainly tells us        .

    A. that students shouldn’t use small two-language dictionaries

    B. what were the defects of small two-language dictionaries

    C. why students should use large college edition dictionaries

    D. what dictionary students should choose and how to use it

4. Which is not mentioned in this passage?

    A. How to make good use of a dictionary.

    B. When to use a dictionary.

    C. How to improve spoken English.

    D. How to practise reading fast.

 

 

126. A have sb. do sth.结构中 do sth.做宾语 the serviceman的补足语,和 serviceman构成了逻辑上的主语和谓语的关系,表示"叫某人做某事"

127. A over介词""。如用than前面要有形容词比较等级。再如: As a secretary, girls are favored over boys.

128. A

129. D

130. A nobody 做主语,谓语动词用单数第三人称形式。

 

one

recharge

planning  

qualified

with

in

with

since

for

from

gone

occasionally

Knowing

 

 

CBDC

                                                                                                                     

 

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