实验中学 2016-2017 学年第一学期高三英语 回归练习一
第 I 卷 (选择题，共 85 分)
第二部分 英语知识运用 (共两节, 满分 35 分) 第一节 单项填空 (共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 请认真阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. How _____ he
looked and turned and looked, ______ and even a little ______, at the boy! A. surprised; surprisedly; angrily B. surprisedly; surprised; angry C. angrily; surprisedly; angry D. angry; surprised; angrily 22. The manager asked me to ______ the report, because he didn?t want to speak for a long time at the meeting. A. cut out B. cut away C. cut down D. cut off 23. The American Dream I believe in now is a shared one. It?s not so much about what I can get for myself; it?s about _____ we can all get by together. A. when B. what C. how D. whether 24. We are frequently reminded that the standard, _____ other things are measured, is often called the “gold standard”. A. about which B. against which C. upon which D. to which 25. The survey _______, I?m sure we?ll _____ the result soon. A. is to be conducted; be informed of B. being conducted; be informed of C. to be conducted; inform of D. is being conducted; be informed of 26. Liao Fan, a Chinese actor, finally got to know _______ real success tastes like when he won the prize for Best Actor at the 64th Berlin film festival. A. when B. how C. what D. where 27. Recent scientific studies indicate that eating healthy food and exercising regularly ____ help prevent many diseases. A. might B. can C. shall D. will 28. With the advances of technology, plastics have taken the place of many ________ materials. A. artificial B. conventional C. optional D. potential 29. She took her baby son, rushed out, and _____ him in the car, drove quickly to the nearest clinic. A. put B. to put C. having put D. putting 30.---It?s many years since I saw you last, I _____ you at all. ---- I wouldn?t have, either, if someone ______ you by the name. A. didn?t recognize; didn?t call B. didn?t recognize; hadn?t called C. haven?t recognize; didn?t call D. can?t recognize; hadn?t called 31. The news of the earthquake ______ when a large quantity of relief supplies _______ to the disaster-stricken area. A. had hardly been spread; was delivered B. was hardly spread; were delivered C. had hardly spread; was delivered D. had hardly spread; were delivered 32. It?s difficult for China and America to fully understand each other ______ economic, political and cultural differences. A. in terms of B. in spite of C. regardless of D. on account of 33. ______ reduce unemployment pressures, schools across China are expected to hire 50, 000 college graduates this year as short-term teachers, almost three times the number hired last year. A. To have helped B. To help C. Having helped D. Help 34.______ with her sister, Jerry is even more _____ to, and more easily troubled by, emotional and relationship problems. A. Compared; sensitive B. Comparing; addicted C. Compared; available D. Comparing; skeptical 35. --- Haven?t I told you that I like the beef well done? ---Yes, but I _____ it longer than I usually do.
A. was cooking
B. will cook
D. had cooked
第二节 完形填空 (共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该 项涂黑。 Some personal characteristics play an important role in the development of one?s intelligence. But people fail to realize the importance of training these factors in young people. The so-called ?non-intelligence factors? （非智力因素） include 36 feelings, will, motivation, interests and habits. After a 30-year follow-up study of 8000 males, American psychologists 37 that the main cause of disparities in intelligence is not intelligence 38 , but non-intelligence factors including the desire to learn, will power and self-confidence. 39 people all know that one should have definite objectives, a strong will and good learning habits, quite a number of teachers and parents don?t pay much attention to 40 these factors. Some parents are greatly worried 41 their children fail to do well in their studies. They blame either genetic factors, malnutrition,（营养不良）or laziness, but they never take 42 account these non-intelligence factors. At the same time, some teachers don?t inquire into these reasons 43 students do poorly. They simply give them more courses and exercises, or 44 criticize or laugh at them. __45___, these students lose self-confidence. Some of them just feel 46 and give themselves up as hopeless. Others may go astray（迷途）because they are sick of learning. An investigation of more than 1,000 middle school students in Shanghai showed that 46.5 per cent of them were 47 of learning, because of examinations, 36.4 per cent lacked persistence, initiative （主动） and consciousness and 10.3 per cent were sick of learning. It is clear that the lack of cultivation（培养）of non-intelligence factors has been a main 48 to intelligence development in teenagers. It even causes the 49 between physiological and psychological development among a few students. If we don?t start now to 50 the cultivation of non-intelligence factors, it will not only affect the development of the 51 of teenagers, but also affect the __52__ of a whole generation. Some experts have 53 suggestions about how to cultivate students? non-intelligence factors. First, parents and teachers should 54 understand teenage psychology. On this basis, they can help them to pursue the objectives of learning, 55 their interests and toughening their willpower. 36. A. one?s B. their C. his D. her 37. A. came out B. found out C. made out D. worked out 38. A. in itself B. by itself C. itself D. on its own 39. A. Though B. Nevertheless C. However D. Moreover 40. A. believing B. studying C. cultivating D. developing 41. A. about B. when C. how D. whether 42. A. for B. in C. into D. over 43. A. why B. that C. when D. how 44. A. ever B. even C. still D. more 45. A. Above all B. After all C. In all D. At all 46. A. betrayed B. cheated C. defeated D. deserted 47. A. afraid B. ahead C. aware D. ashamed 48. A. difficulty B. question C. threat D. obstacle 49. A. association B. effect C. destruction D. imbalance 50. A. practise B. push C. strengthen D. urge 51. A. intelligence B. diligence C. maturity（成熟） D. performance 52. A. qualification B. population C. quantity D. quality 53. A. put on B. put forward C. put aside D. put up
54. A. fully 55. A. insuring
B. greatly B. going
C. very C. encouraging
D. highly D. exciting
第三部分 阅读理解 (共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分) 请认真阅读下列短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该 项涂黑。 A Sri Lanka is known as the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean”, and it is easy to see why. This little country never fails to please visitors. Arrive The national airline is Sri Lankan Airlines, which flies from Colombo to London and a couple of other European cities. The country?s main airport is Colombo Bandaranaike, located 29km north of the capital city. Why now? The best time to visit Sri Lanka?s southern beaches is from November to April. So by going early in the season, you?ll get the best weather. Also in November, Deepavali, known as “Diwali” or the “Festival of Lights”, is Sri Lanka?s main religious festival, celebrated throughout the country. See There is plenty to see in Sri Lanka. The ancient capital cities of Polonnaruwa and Anuradhapura are worth seeing, and so are many outstanding ruins. Other must-sees are the rock fortress (要塞) of Sigiriya, towering over the jungle as far as the eye can see, and Dambulla?s cave temple, the country?s largest and best preserved. Both are UNESCO World Heritage (遗产) Sites. Kandy is a picturesque town, which was the last stronghold of the Kandyan Kings. Today it is a cultural relic centre where age-old customs, arts, and crafts remain. Do Sri Lanka owns about 1,600 km of beautiful palm-shaded beaches as well as warm, pure seas and colourful coral reefs. You can explore the underwater world, and surfing and diving are available too. Away from the shore, wildlife is a big draw for Sri Lanka, and Yala National Park is one of the best places in the world to see wild animals including leopards (豹) and elephants. Taste Sri Lanka is celebrated for its excellent food, with a particular emphasis on fresh fruit and vegetables on menus everywhere. Fish and seafood are a big part of the local diet. Did you know? Sri Lanka is known for its tea, but it is also the world?s largest producer and exporter of cinnamon(肉桂). 56. Which of the following is a cultural relic centre of Sri Lanka? A. Kandy. B. Anuradhapura. C. Polonnaruwa. D. Colombo. 57. We learn from the passage that Sri Lanka__________. A. is in the Pacific Ocean B. is famous for its excellent food C. is the world?s largest producer of tea D. has flights only to London B China news, Beijing, Feb. 9-----Managers and office busybodies might be keen on a clean desk--but it seems that in terms of productivity, they could have it all wrong. A messy desk can actually lead people towards clearer thinking, say researchers from Germany. The researchers found in a series of linked studies ---- using a messy desk and a messy shop front---- that people actually thought more clearly when all around was chaos, as they sought to simplify the tasks at hand. That is ,visual and mental clutter （杂乱） forces human beings to focus and think more clearly. For instance, famous thinkers and writers such as Albert Einstein and Roald Dahl have been notorious for their untidy desks. “Messy desks may not be as detrimental as they appear to be, as the problem-solving approaches they seem to cause
can boost work efficiency or enhance employees? creativity in problem solving,” say the authors. Oddly, the effect seems to work most on conservatives-political liberals are less liable to be worried about mess in the first place, say the researchers. “Business and government managers often promote ?clean desk? policies to avoid disorganized offices and messy desks, for the purpose of boosting work efficiency and productivity.” Writes a researcher, Jia Liu of the University of Groningen, “This practice is based on the conventional wisdom that a disorganized and messy environment can clutter one?s mind and complicate one?s judgments” “However, not all evidence supports this conventional link between a messy environment and a messy mind”. The scientists tested people?s response in various messy environments , including a messy shop front, a disorganized desk, and even a work environment where a language task reminded people of messiness. The authors found in the series of six studies that people tended towards simplicity in their thinking. “They categorized products in a simpler manner, were willing to pay more for a T-shirt that depicts a simple-looking picture, and sought less variety in their choices”, said the researchers. 58. According to the text, a proper way to lead people towards clearer thinking is to ___ . A. make a list of priorities B. simplify the tasks at hand C. follow famous people D. mess up their mind 59. Why did the author take Albert Einstein and Ronald Dahl for example? A. To tell readers untidy desks can make you as famous as celebrities. B . To convince readers that untidiness is not all that bad. C. To inform readers of one way to success-untidy desks. D. To attract readers and show the author?s wide range of knowledge. 60. The underlined word “detrimental” probably means _________. A. disadvantageous B. useful C. beneficial D. accessible 61. What is the main idea for this passage? A. The messier the desks are, the more efficient the employees are. B. Messy desks in the office can have a positive effect on employees. C. We should make our office messy to improve our work efficiency. D. Clean desks can boost the employees? productivity and creativity. C “This past year has been one of great celebrations for many. The enthusiasm which greeted the Diamond Jubilee (六十大庆）was, of course, especially memorable for me and my family. It was humbling that so many chose to mark the anniversary of a duty which passed to me 60 years ago. People of all ages took the trouble to take part in various ways and in many nations. But perhaps most striking of all was to witness the strength of fellowship and friendship among those who had gathered together on these occasions. On the barges and the bridges and the banks of River Thames there were people who had taken their places to cheer through the mist, undaunted ( 勇敢的 ) by the rain. That day there was a tremendous sense of common determination to celebrate, triumphing (胜利) over the elements. That same spirit was also in evidence from the moment the Olympic flame arrived on these shores. The flame itself drew hundreds and thousands of people on its journey around the British Isles, and was carried by every kind of deserving individual, many nominated for their own extraordinary service. As London hosted a splendid summer of sport, all those who saw the achievement and courage at the Olympic and Paralympic Games were further inspired by the skill, dedication, training and teamwork of our athletes. In pursuing their own sporting goals, they gave the rest of us the opportunity to share something of the excitement and drama. We were reminded, too, that the success of these great festivals depended to some degree upon the dedication and effort of an army of volunteers. Those public-spirited people came forward in the great tradition of all those who devote themselves to keeping others safe, supported and comforted.
For many, Christmas is also a time for coming together. But for others, service will come first. Those serving in our armed forces, in our emergency services and in our hospitals, whose sense of duty takes them away from family and friends, will be missing those they love. At Christmas I am always struck by how the spirit of togetherness lies also at the heart of the Christmas story. A young mother and a dutiful father with their baby were joined by poor shepherds and visitors from afar. They came with their gifts to worship(崇拜）the Christ child. From that day on he has inspired people to commit themselves to the best interests of others. This is the time of year when we remember that God sent his only son 'to serve, not to be served'. He restored love and service to the centre of our lives in the person of Jesus Christ. It is my prayer this Christmas Day that his example and teaching will continue to bring people together to give the best of themselves in the service of others. I wish you all a very happy Christmas.” 62. Who most probably is the maker of this speech? A. Queen of Great Britain. B. King of Great Britain. C. Prime Minister of Great Britain. D. Mayor of London. 63. What might be the main purpose of this speech? A. To make a summary of what has been done in the past year. B. To offer congratulations on the arrival of Christmas. C. To hold an anniversary celebration of an event. D. To express respect for and loyalty to God. 64. Which of the following is not mentioned by the speaker? A. Enthusiasm and Friendship. B. Dedication and effort. C. Sacrifice and service D. Civilization and peace. 65. Which of the following statements is true? A. The speaker was too busy to attend the 2012 London Olympics. B. Volunteers played a key role in the success of the Diamond Jubilee. C. The speaker showed great respect for those still at work at Christmas. D. The strength of Christmas story lies in the worship of Jesus Christ. D It was time to break free. I needed to run away and the Bloomsburg Fair was the best place to go. I don?t know if you can call it running away when it was only an hour away from my home. But once I entered the fair grounds, I crossed over into another world. The loudspeaker offered background music over the sounds of people of people talking, bargaining and food sellers yelling for your attention. I belonged here. I didn?t know if I had it in my blood or not, but I always wanted to have a small food stand and travel in my off season from fair to fair selling goodies. Perhaps one day. It certainly wasn?t a priority in my life, Perhaps it should be. After I was there a while, I needed to get away to a quiet spot. Most of the time, I could find that anywhere the farm animals were kept. They needed the quiet. So I went there to find peace with the cows, goats, horses, pigs and yes, the turkeys. You'd think being this close to "Thanksgiving", they'd be a little scared, but they were not. It was in the dairy barn（仓库）where I found peace this time. I so admired the young folks who tended to farm animals. I thought they had a greater appreciation for life. They participated in it firsthand. I once watched a young farmer help bring a baby cow into the world. My favorite scene was to come across a young cowboy lying in the hay asleep among the cows that had settled down for a rest. There, with his heads in a small soft spot alongside his favorite cow, I had seen him in a much deserved sleep. Perhaps better at rest there than in his own bed.
I had the pleasure of speaking with a young teenage farm girl that day. "You look so comfortable," I said to her. "Oh I am," she said. "Life makes it comfortable for me." "You mean being a farm girl?" "No, Life! That's the name of my cow," she said, smiling as she gently patted the cow's side. "I thought they called cows Betsy and Elsie. Why did you call her Life?" “I discovered life again here. It was the only meaningful name that came to mind. I had been raised in the big city and really hated it. Then we moved to the country, running away from it. I think my parents called it a mid-life crisis," she said, laughing. "Oh, I can understand that. I've been in one since birth," I said. "It was on the farm that I learned to love life again. I was there when Life was born. It was so exciting. My whole outlook on the world changed. So I named her Life. Now, I can say I really love 'Life'," she said. "How amazing! I write stories and I am always trying to get people to enjoy life, to wake up each day expecting the best from it. But they all too often go to bed with so much bad stuff in their soul, and on their mind, that they wake up feeling bad and expect it to only get worse from there. All too often it does, just because that's all they choose to see in that otherwise perfectly beautiful day," I told her. "That's too bad. They need to see a cow born, a chicken hatch. I guess they need to wake up early and hug Life!" she said, laughing. "When was the last time you hugged Life?" she asked me. "I am sorry to say even I have had trouble doing that lately," I said. "Come here!" she said. Then standing up and stepping aside, she said, "Go ahead…hug Life!" I paused for a moment and dropping all thoughts of looking silly, I did. I hugged a cow. 66. The writer went to the Bloomsburg Fair probably in order to . A. have fun B. get ideas for writing C. do shopping D. escape something he disliked 67. The following things happened in the Bloomsbury Fair except . A. food sellers' shouting B. the writer's selling goodies C. people's bargaining and talking D. the loudspeaker's broadcasting music 68. What can we learn from Paragraphs 5, 6 and 7? A. The writer tended to farm animals firsthand. B. The cowboy was lazy and fell asleep among the cows. C. The writer found peace where farm animals were kept. D. The turkeys got into panic with "Thanksgiving" approaching 69. The writer was surprised at the farm girl's words and he thought people often _______. A. expected to get the best things B. enjoyed perfectly beautiful days C. ignored the bright side of each day D. felt really bad due to poor sleep at night 70. What can be the best title for the passage? A. Farm Life and Happiness B. Hugging Life C. A Farm Girl and Her Cow D. Enjoying Freedom
第Ⅱ卷 (非选择题 共 35 分)
第四部分 任务型阅读 (共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下列短文，并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。注意：每个空格只 填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 Attitude is a mental state relative to what we believe and affects our entire lives. We express our attitude in our words and actions. One of the most important steps you can take toward achieving your greatest potential in life is to learn to monitor your attitude and its impact on your work performance，relationships and everyone around you. In truth，people generally don?t have a high level of attitude awareness. They?ll know if they are hungry or if their feet hurt，but they usually don?t have a good handle on their attitude. That is a mistake because attitude decides
everything. It governs the way you perceive(感知) the world and the way the world perceives you. We all have a choice. We can choose an inner dialogue or self ? encouragement and self ? motivation. It?s a power we all have. Each of us experiences hard times，hurt feelings，heartache，and physical and emotional pain. The key is to realize it?s not what happens to you that matters；it?s how you choose to respond. Your mind is a computer that can be programmed. Your inner dialogue is the software that programs your attitude， which determines how you present yourself to the world around you. You have control over the programming. Whatever you put into it is reflected in what comes out. The sad reality of life is that we will continue to hear negative information，but we don?t have to program it into our brains. The loudest and most influential voice you hear is your own inner voice. It can work for or against you，depending on the messages you allow. It can be optimistic or pessimistic. It can wear you down or cheer you up. Habitual bad attitudes are often the product of past experiences and events. Common causes include low self esteem，stress，fear，resentment，anger and an inability to handle changes. It takes serious work to examine the roots of a harmful attitude，but the rewards of ridding ourselves of this heavy baggage can last a lifetime. Here are several strategies to improve your attitude： Enthusiasm—Vital Tool for Staying Motivated Enthusiasm is to attitude what breathing is to life. Enthusiasm makes it possible for you to apply your gifts more effectively. Enthusiasm means putting yourself in motion. It?s an internal spirit that speaks through your actions. Lighten Up Your Life with Humor Humor is a powerful motivator. The more humor and laughter in your life，the less stress youll have，which means more positive energy to help you put your attitude into action. There are also health benefits to lightening up. Exercising Will Help Keep You Motivated One of the best ways to move to a more positive and motivated mind is to exercise. A regular exercise routine can provide relatively quick positive feedback in the form of weight loss，muscle development and a sense of doing something positive for yourself. Seek your personal and professional success by using the tools above. It is no secret that life seems to reward us most when we approach the world with a positive attitude.
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Title：Your Attitude Decides Everything Attitude is a way that you think or feel about something. What do you know about attitude? We express our attitude by 71.________ and behaving. You can reach your full potential in life by monitoring your attitude and its influence. Why is attitude 72.___________? Attitude determines 73.___________you and the world perceive each other. The way that you choose to 74.______ to such problems as physical and emotional pain. Your inner dialogue，which should be filled with only 75._______________ information. What affects your attitude? Your own inner voice，which gives you the greatest 76.________________. The roots of a harmful attitude that you should get 77.___________ of. Having enthusiasm，which 78._________ you to apply your talents more effectively. How can you improve your attitude? Filling your life with humor and laughter，which will do 79. ____________ to your health. 80.____________out regularly，which will keep you motivated. 75. __________________
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76. ____________ 77. _______________ 78. _____________ 79. ____________ 80. ___________________ 第六部分 书面表达（满分 20 分） 91.阅读下面短文，然后按要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 Through the wonders of modern technology, our world is more connected than ever before. Ideas can cross oceans with the click of a button. Companies can do business and compete with companies across the globe. And we can text, email, Skype with people on every continent. So studying abroad isn?t just a fun way to spend a semester; it is quickly becoming the key to success in our global economy. Because getting ahead in today?s work places isn?t just about getting good grades or test scores in school, which are important. It?s also about having real experience with the world beyond your borders — experience with languages, cultures and societies very different from your own. Or, as the Chinese saying goes, “It is better to travel ten thousand miles than to read ten thousand books.” But let?s be clear, studying abroad is about so much more than improving your own future. It?s also about shaping the future of your countries and of the world we all share. Because when it comes to the defining challenges of our time — whether it?s climate change or economic opportunity or the spread of nuclear weapons -- these are shared challenges. And no one country can confront them alone. The only way forward is together. (Adapted from US First Lady Michelle?s speech in Peking University) 【写作内容】1．以约 30 个词概括这段短文的内容； 2．以约 120 个词谈谈你对“读万卷书，不如行万里路”的看法， 内容包括：(1) 你如何理解这一说法？ (2) 你是否认同这种说法？为什么？ (3) 针对这一说法，作为中学生，你会怎么做？
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二、单选：ACCBB CBBDB DDBAC 完形：ABCAC BCABB CADDC ADBAD 三、阅读： A: AB 56. A．根据 Kandy is a picturesque town… a cultural relic centre where age-old customs, arts, and crafts remain. 选 A。 57. B．根据“Sri Lanka is celebrated for its excellent food”选 B。 B: BBAB 58. B 【解析】根据第二段第一句可知 当四周混乱的时候，他们的思维更清晰。因为他们试图简化手头的工作。 59. B 【解析】第二段倒数第二句“视觉上和精神上的杂乱迫使人们集中注意力思维更清晰”；最后一句接着举了 Albert Einstein and Ronald Dahl 的例子，就是为了说明上一句的。 60. A【解析】根据下句可知“。 。 。他们导致的解决问题的方法能够促进工作效率”。所以第一句的意思是“杂乱的 桌子看上去似乎不想他们看上去那么有害的” 61. B【解析】第一段最后一句可知。 C:ABDC 本文是一篇演讲，关于英国女王的圣诞致辞。在讲话中， 女王回忆了过去的一年中一些令人难忘的事：登基 60 周年纪念﹑伦敦奥运会等等。 她特别提及了志愿者们的无私付出，在圣诞来临之际也号召人们尽自己所 能为他人服务。 62. A 推理判断题。 较难。 从文章第一段的“The enthusiasm…was, of course, especially memorable for me and my
family.”和“It was … the anniversary of a duty which passed to me 60 years ago.”这两句话可以看出这里的六十大 庆和“我和我的家庭”有联系，然后说这个职责在 60 年前就已经传递到我的身上。在英国只有女王有 60 多年的从政经历， 因此选 A 项。 63. B 主旨大意题。较难。从第六段的“We were reminded, too,…”可以看出以上第一到第六段都是女王对过去一年 的回顾， 从第七段开始， Christmas 被频繁提及， 由第七段的“For many, Christmas is also a time for coming together” 和第八段的“At Christmas I am…”可知演讲时间在圣诞节，女王表达了对圣诞节期间仍然工作的人的敬意，最后三段是 女王的圣诞节的祝愿，由此可见这是圣诞致辞。 64. D 细节理解题。较易。考生只需要根据选项中的关键词在相应的段落中定位即可。A 项的 enthusiasm 出现在第一
段，friendship 出现在第二段最后一行；B 项的 dedication 出现在第五段第二行，effort 出现在第六段第二行；C 项的 sacrifice and service 是第七段中的“whose sense of duty takes them away from family and friends” 的“同义转 述”。D 项没有提及。 65. C 细节理解题。较难。第六段作者举例说明了那些从事紧急服务（emergency services）和 医务工作（in our hospitals）此时此刻正在想念家人，不难看出作者对仍工作在圣诞节的人（those still at work at Christmas）的尊
D:DBCCB 66. 态度意图题。根据第一、二段可判断。 67. 细节理解题。根据第四段第二句 but I always wanted to have a small food stand and travel in my off season from fair to fair selling goodies．可以看出作者想要 sell goodies，而实际没 有。选项 A、C、D 在第三段提及。 68. 细节理解题。选项 C 和第六段第一句 It was in the dairy barn（仓库） where I found peace this time．相吻合。 69. 细节理解题。根据倒数第七段 But they all too often go to bed with so much bad stuff in their soul, and on their mind, that they wake up feeling bad and expect it to only get worse from there．All too often it does, just because that's all they choose to see in that otherwise perfectly beautiful day． 70. 主旨大意题。 文中的 Life 有双重意思， Life 是文中 farm girl 所养奶牛的名字， 同时 life 的中文意思是“生活”， 那个 farm girl 建议作者 hug Life， 这样可以让人开心。 作者借此引申, 建议读者要 hug life, 所以， 用 Hugging Life 为题，能很好地表达作者的意图。 四、任务读： 1. speaking/talking 6. influence/impact
2. important/vital/significant 3. how 7. rid 8. enables/allows/helps
4. react/respond 9. good
5. positive 10. Working
1. addressed 6. tendency
2. behaves 7. involved
3. enthusiastic 8. subscribing
4. gesture 9. intended
5. consumed 10. intervals
六、读写任务: 概括 1：As modern technology gets people much closer than ever before, it is of great significance for people to study abroad, which not only improves themselves but also helps people confront a variety of challenges together. (35 字) 概括 2：In the modern world with a closer link, to experience different cultures and societies is what studying abroad is more about, which may benefit both the individual?s future and the future of the country. （34 字） The saying , “It is better to travel ten thousand miles than to read ten thousand books.”, mentioned by First Lady highlights the importance of travelling, which means if one wants to understand people and the world fully, travelling is a better choice. I am strongly for this idea, which is really meaningful and helpful to us. As we know, we gain knowledge from books, and put them into practice finally. Yet most of time, we find that the knowledge of the book is quite different from that of reality, some even rather idealized .Travelling can tell us the truth, helping us learn the world more clearly. Not until we experience in person do we realize that the world is not as pure and simple as we think. As students, we of course should read as much as we can, but meanwhile if possible, we can travel to other places personally, contacting different people, experiencing various cultures, and learning different languages., which , without doubt, can help us understand the world better and enjoy a better life in the future. (180 字)
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