??? 本學期全國各地學校因新冠病毒(novel coronavirus)疫情影響而延期開學,開展停課不停學線上教學活動。請根據下表提示和你的切身體會,談談在線學習(online learning)的利弊。

Online Learning

Advantages

Disadvantages

a comfortable learning environment

replay the lessons

bad for eyes

influenced by computer games

 

 

注意:1短文必須包含表格中的要點;

2. 文中不得出現真實的人名和校名;

3詞數、80-100;?

4短文首句僅供參考、不計入總詞數片

??? 短文首句:We have taken two-month online learning because of novel coronavirus.

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王洋是上海某社區垃圾分類監督員,下文是他對社區內外國留學生進行垃圾分類(garbage sorting)集中指導。根據下圖內容,把他的解說詞補充完整。每空限填一詞。

????????????????????????? Organizing your household garbage

Dear foreign friends, glad to meet you here. Today I'd like to introduce new garbage sorting rules to you. In Shanghai, we are supposed to 1. the garbage into four groups, namely recyclable, harmful, dry and wet waste.? Paper, plastic, glass, and fabrics is 2. waste while food leftovers, plants, expired food is wet waste. Batteries, light tubes and 3. should be considered to be harmful waste. All other non-recyclable solid waste is called dry waste. We all believe that garbage sorting is 4. for the protection of the environment. Right? If people fail to sort their garbage, they will be fined up to 200 yuan. If all of us take pains to sort garbage, we'll lead a better life. So, let’s start right now.

Give the foreign students a piece of advice about garbage sorting.

5.

 

???

While traveling to big cities in the world, you will see statues(雕像)of 1. (thousand) of characters standing in the streets. Do you believe that they are actually real people working 2. street artists? They often cover themselves 3. (complete) with paint. They have to stand still and keep eyes open for several 4. (hour). Street artists need to be strong-minded and patient. It is not 5. easy job, but there's plenty of fun for them.

Yorge is one of 6. (famous) street artists in Brazil. He stands out thanks to his partner, a cute dog named Jaspe. 7. Yorge goes to work, Jaspe rests on his arm and keeps still as long as she can. Most people are surprised by 8. (they) perfect work together. However, the pair once got into trouble. Some animal lovers thought that Yorge forced his dog 9. (give) a performance in the street. In fact, Yorge never trained Jaspe at all.

The performance of living statues 10. (become) a street art. Now it is really popular in many large cities around the world.

 

???

Who is Li Zigi? For some YouTube and Weibo users, it is easy to answer. 1.(最近)Li and her videos about country life has been well-known in the world.

Li is a master of many kinds of 2.(技能), such as cooking, painting, designing and farming. In the videos, she 3.(穿著)hanfu that is made by herself. She grows, 4.(水稻),vegetables and other plants. She is often seen 5.(準備)meals with vegetables picked from her backyard.

Li was 6.(出生)in a small village in Sichuan Province. When she was 14, she went to the city to work. However, she returned home in 2012 to look after her 7.(有病的)grandmother.

To make a living, Li started an online store and used her videos to sell her 8.(產品)But the simple pleasure that she 9. (呈現) quickly won her many fans.

For her audience, what is more interesting is Li’s deep knowledge of food, nature and Chinese 10.(傳統的)culture. “How good Chinese people are at cooking!” one of Li’s foreign fans wrote on YouTube.

 

??? I strongly believe that we can have an important effect on anyone we meet. The right words at just the right time could totally change someone's life. That's what happened to me years ago.

When I was a 3-year-old boy, my parents discovered I was totally deaf. After asking many doctors, educational specialists and parents of other deaf children, they decided to put me in a mainstream school. All of my classmates and teachers would have normal hearing.

From the time I started going there in the third grade, I was the only deaf child at Blue Creek Elementary School in the small town of Latham, New York. From almost the first day there, the other kids made fun of me and called me names mainly because of my hearing aid and the way I talked.

I worried throughout Elementary school because, except the problems of "fitting in" with the other students, I also struggled with most of my schoolwork.

Although I seemed outgoing, my self-esteem(自尊心)was quite low. I saw myself as an ugly kid wearing a weird-looking box around his neck who wasn't even smart enough to keep up with the other kids.

Mrs. Jordan, my fifth-grade teacher, changed all of that with a simple three-word phrase. Mrs. Jordan was a large woman with a voice that bounced(反彈)off the walls of her tiny classroom. One morning, she asked the class a question.

I read her lips(嘴唇)and immediately raised my hand. For once I knew the answer. But, when she called on me, I was afraid. I took a deep breath, stood up slowly and answered Mrs. Jordan's question in a low voice.

I will never forget what happened next.

Mrs. Jordan pointed directly at me. With shining eyes and a wide smile she cried: "That's right, Stephen!"

For the first time in my life, I was an instant star. My confidence soared like never before.

I decided right then and there that I would make a place for myself in this world. No matter how many difficulties I might meet in life, I knew I could overcome them. A simple three-word phrase delivered with incredible enthusiasm had totally changed my young life. "That's right, Stephen!"

1.A mainstream school educates children who________.

A.are blind, deaf, ugly or foolish B.have no physical disabilities

C.have loud voices and wide smiles D.are talented and knowledgeable

2.Which of the following is the correct order according to the story?

a. He made up his mind to change.

b. He was sent to a school in a small town.

c. He had a hard time in the first year.

d. Mrs. Jordan praised him with three words.

A.b-c-d-a B.b-c-a-d C.c-d-a-b D.c-b-d-a

3.When Mrs. Jordan asked the boy to answer the question, he felt ________.

A.proud B.nervous C.peaceful D.surprised

4.From the passage, we can learn that ________

A.life is full of ups and downs B.knowledge starts with practice

C.right words make a great difference D.chance favors only the prepared mind

 

??

On Feb 26, when an Italian lawmaker went into the country's Lower Chamber with a mask to prevent the novel coronavirus(新冠病毒), he was questioned and criticized by others as they thought that wearing masks would cause unnecessary fear and panic. The articles from Western media carry headlines such as “No, you do not need face masks to prevent novel coronavirus.” You might be surprised, as in China and other Asian countries, people have willingly put masks on during the outbreak.

In the West, people are taught to wear masks only when they get sick. They thought masks are seen as a tool to protect sick people and prevent the disease from spreading, so healthy people don't need to wear them. Therefore, during the novel coronavirus outbreak, overseas Chinese students said that they would be “looked at like a virus spreader” if they go out with a mask. According to a survey done by Global Times among some European and American people, wearing a mask in public can make them feel “worried” and “afraid of being looked at differently.”

But as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to grow in the world, things start to change. In the US, for example, the need for masks is very high now. The US surgeon general has been asking people not to buy too many masks, as they are more needed in hospitals than the public.

In Japan, wearing masks has long been seen as a manner to comfort others when one catches a cold or flu. Some Japanese also turn masks into fashion, with different colors and patterns to match their clothes. Wearing masks is also a way to “hide” for young women when they don't have their makeup on.

In more cultures in Asia, wearing masks might also be a symbol of solidarity(團結)during the outbreak, according to Lynteris. People wear masks “to show that they want to stick together” in the face of danger.

1.The underlined word “panic” in Paragraph 1 means ________.

A.death B.danger C.illness D.worries

2.Westerners refuse to wear masks because they ________.

A.are afraid to look ugly with face masks

B.don't think healthy people need masks

C.hope to comfort other people in this way

D.don't want others to know they are ill

3.The example of the US in Paragraph 3 is to show ________.

A.the cost of masks is high in the US

B.different people have different choices

C.western people are changing their attitude

D.wearing masks has become fashionable

4.The passage mainly tells us ________.

A.the ways COVID-19 is spreading

B.the reasons why Westerners hate masks

C.the symbol of solidarity in Asian countries

D.the cultural differences in mask wearing

 

Most of us spend all day at school or work. After a long and busy day, all we want to do is to return to a comfortable home. Smart technology can turn any home into a nicer place to live in.

Smart homes have been around for some time. Scottish company Pico Electronics invented a type of technology called X10 in 1975. It allows household devices(設備), such as lights and alarms, to communicate with each other by using radio waves, according to AVSytemsMag, a specialized magazine in the audiovisual and automation(視聽及自動化)industry.

Of course, 5G network connectivity has made smart homes more convenient. Perhaps the most widespread smart home technology is the voice-activated assistant(語音激活助手)Google Home and Amazon's Alexa allow users to control nearly any device in their home simply by speaking a few words. This is especially convenient for people with physical disabilities, as they can finish tasks that would normally be too difficult, according to How-To Geek.

Common household appliances(家用電器)can become "smart" as well. For example, a smart trash bin can memorize all the things you've thrown away and offer you a shopping list online, while a smart fridge can create dinner recipes(菜譜)based on the vegetables that are being kept inside, according to HowStuffWorks.

But it's not just about convenience. Smart homes are also good for the environment. By regularly checking your energy use and automatically turning off lights and other devices that you're not using, smart homes can lower how much electricity you use overall. Using less energy means that we make less pollution, which is good for the environment.

Not everyone is excited about smart home. In fact,

1.X10 allows household devices to communicate by _________.

A.using radio waves B.speaking a few words

C.connecting 5G network D.inventing lights and alarms

2.What is Paragraph 3 mainly about?

A.Household devices designed for the disabled.

B.All types of smart household appliances.

C.Further development of smart home technology.

D.Difference between X10 and 5G network

3.How does smart home technology influence our life?

A.Smart trash bins help us find cheap but nice things online.

B.Smart fridges can create proper recipes and cook tasty food.

C.Smart homes will help us save energy and reduce pollution.

D.Smart homes make us stay at home instead of working out

4.The author may introduce the ________ of smart homes in the last paragraph.

A.use B.spread C.future D.disadvantages

 

 

 

My dear daughter,

You're growing up and gaining a lot of wisdom. Here are some things that you need to remember at any time.

Love yourself

No one is perfect. Sometimes we make mistakes—learn from them and move on. Take responsibility for your part, try not to make the same mistake again and forgive yourself.

Love your body.

You are beautiful. You don’t have to be thin or tall to be beautiful. Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. Take care of your body. Exercise, eat healthily, and you will be beautiful.

Believe in yourself.

Do the best you can in school and don't worry so much about what your grades are. You’re going to be great at whatever you choose to do. The only thing you have to do is believe in yourself.

Be the best friend you can be.

Some friends will stay with you for a lifetime and many will come and go. This is life. Always be the best friend you can be. And believe you're always a good person.

love

your mama

 

 

1.The text might be a ________.

A.notice B.diary C.letter D.poster

2.How many suggestions are given to the daughter?

A.Four. B.Five. C.Six. D.Seven.

3.According to the text, which of the following is true?

A.We should try not to make any mistakes.

B.Beauty comes in different shapes aid sizes

C.we must pay more attention to our grades.

D.Most friends will stay with us all the time.

 

 

I used to watch her from my kitchen window. She seemed so ______ among the tall kids on the playground. The school was ______ the street from my home and I would often watch the kids as they played during a break. She would ______ dribbling(控球) and shooting over and over again.

One afternoon I asked her ______ she always kept playing. She smiled, I want to go to University of California and the only way for me is to get a scholarship. I like basketball a lot. I believed that if I were ______enough to play college basketball, I would get a scholarship. My dad told me if the dream is big enough, the ______don't count. "

Well, she appeared to be very confident. I ______ her from junior into high school.

One day in her senior year, I saw her sitting in the grass ______. I walked to her and asked what was the matter. "Nothing," replied the girl in a ______ voice, "Many people told me that I was too short to play for a top team, ______I should stop dreaming about university."

I asked if she had told her father about it. She said that her father thought they were ______. They just didn't understand the great ______ of a dream. If she truly wanted a scholarship, then nothing could ______ her except one thing—her own attitude(態度).

The next year, because of her perfect ______ in the California Championship game, she was chosen by a college recruiter(招生人員). She was going to receive the college education that she had ______and worked toward for all those years.

It's true: If the dream is big enough, the facts don't count.

1.A.rude B.ugly C.lazy D.small

2.A.along B.across C.above D.behind

3.A.avoid B.enjoy C.practice D.suggest

4.A.why B.how C.when D.where

5.A.modest B.curious C.confident D.excellent

6.A.facts B.wishes C.choices D.mistakes

7.A.helped B.praised C.watched D.protected

8.A.carefully B.quietly C.proudly D.excitedly

9.A.soft B.loud C.strong D.sweet

10.A.as B.so C.or D.but

11.A.right B.careful C.wrong D.careless

12.A.idea B.balance C.power D.chance

13.A.prevent B.prepare C.promise D.protect

14.A.character B.performance C.interview D.knowledge

15.A.paid for B.given up C.found out D.dreamt of

 

 

1.When will the Friday races be held?

A.May 10th-June 10th. B.June 10th-July 10th. C.May 10th -July 10th.

2.How much should a student pay to join the club?

A.One dollar. B.Two dollars. C.Three dollars.

3.Why does the race set no prizes?

A.To keep safe. B.To save money. C.To enjoy running.

4.What will all runners get for free before the race?

A.Running shoes. B.Bottled water. C.Healthy snacks.

5.Who starts first in the race?

A.Beginner runners. B.More experienced runners. C.The most experienced runners

 

 

1.What does Mike do first when his parents are out?

A.He does his homework. B.He listens to music. C.He plays computer games.

2.What does he usually eat for meals?

A.Noodles. B.Dumplings. C.Hamburgers.

3.How does he feel about being home alone now?

A.Unhappy. B.Unafraid. C.Uncomfortable.

 

 

1.What's wrong with the man's watch?

A.It goes slow. B.It doesn't work. C.Its glass is broken

2.Which watch did he take in the end?

A.A grey one. B.A white one. C.A black one.

 

Where does the conversation probably take place?

A.In a bank. B.In a library. C.In a museum.

 

What does Mr. King do?

A.A doctor. B.A teacher. C.A manager.

 

Why does Tom feel bad today?

A.Because he's got a cough. B.Because he's got a fever. C.Because he's got a headache.

 

How is Eric going to the Stone Park?

A.By car. B.By bus. C.By taxi.

 

What will the weather be like this weekend?

A.Sunny. B.Windy. C.Rainy.

 

??? 回想這三年的初中生活也是感慨萬千。在初中畢業典禮上,學校將舉行感恩教育儀式,請你根據下表提示的要點,用英語為該活動寫一篇短文,簡述這三年來要感恩的人和事,以及你的感想和未來打算。

感恩父母

悉心照顧、不辭辛勞、……(請自擬至少一點)

感恩老師

耐心教導、善于激勵、無私奉獻

感恩同學

合作分享、互相幫助、共同進步

感想和打算

……(請結合自身實際,至少寫兩句話)

 

注意:? 1)短文應包括所給內容要點,可適當發揮,使文章連貫;

2)詞數100左右,短文開頭已給出,不計入總詞數;

3)短文中不得提及考生所在學校及自己的姓名等信息。

How times flies! Three years has passed since I came to the secondary school. During the past three years, I have gained a lot and grown a lot.

First, I should say thanks to my dear parents. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

A short video showing a one-arm Chinese teenager playing basketball caught people’s a1. on Chinese social media platforms(平臺). In the video, the young teen was playing with superb basketball skills, doing crossover and behind-the-back dribbling moves, which made him win cheers and h2. praise from the audience.

"I didn't even realize he had o3. one arm when I first watched the video," said one viewer.

The one-arm 13-year-old is a country boy f4. Yunfu City, Guangdong Province. His name is Zhang Jiacheng. At the age of five, he lost his r5. arm after an accident.

However, it didn't p6. him from playing basketball.

Many videos of him practicing at home or on the basketball court were shown on the social media.

Even when playing against other players far taller and s7. than him, he still plays so well that he can shoot the ball while being defended.

"Keep up or g8. up" is his life motto.

His basketball s9. as well as his courage also received praise from China's professional(專業) basketball players. "I've never seen a child play basketball better than him," said Chinese national basketball player Zhu Fangyu. Zhu, now the manager of the Guangdong Southern Tigers team, has i10. Zhang Jiacheng to come and watch the team play after the season resumes recently.

While his former teammate, CBA's all-time leading scorer Yi Jianlian, had similar thoughts after watching him play, saying: "The heart always remains as the strongest part of the body."

 

It is your graduation day. Please ______(接受) my best wishes for your bright future.

 

China Daily reported that Tsinghua University, one of China’s best universities, ______(上升) from 16th place in the world last year to 15th, leaving Yale University behind.

 

We are all ________ spreading other people's personal information on the Internet. (反對)

 

??? A national survey was carried out in Australia on how children aged eight to sixteen read news. The survey found children as young as eight were interested in news. However, the spread of wrong information makes it difficult for children to understand events. The survey also found only one-third of young people felt they could tell whether news they read was real or not.

Here are what adults can do to help children critically (批判地) think about the news.

To help decide if a source (來源) can be trusted, they can ask the following questions. Is it clear who created this news? Viewers need to be able to ask the person or organization about why and how they created the story. Does it present facts straight or does it include opinions? If opinions are presented as facts, this may lead to wrong ideas. Does it include all the important people? If a story speaks up for organizations or groups of people, they should have the chance to reply to these opinions.

Some media may make use of people’s feelings. Discussing how children feel about news helps them decide which news programs to watch. Research shows sensationalist (聳人聽聞的) news titles can receive more clicks online. Adults can also talk to children why people spread wrong information, such as changing people’s mind on who to vote for or attracting more clicks.

News media talk about events in different ways. Parents and teachers can help children be careful while reading stories. In some stories people can’t present their ideas honestly. In these cases, it’s best to find other news sources to consider how they are reporting the story. Discussing what children think of the news can help build their critical thinking skills.

News that can be trusted is important to society. People depend on it to help make decisions in lives. Seeing how wrong information is different from real news is a challenge for everyone at present. Listening to children’s experiences is a valuable starting point for improving their critical thinking abilities.

Ways to Help Children Think Critically about News

Results

of the survey

? Children aged eight have shown an 1.in news.

? Two-thirds of young people have 2.? telling whether news is real or not.

3.

for adults

to take

 

Help decide if a source can be 4. in

? Find out the creators of the news.

? Make sure that news should avoid 5. opinions as facts.

? Check whether all the important people are 6. in the story.

Explain why some media make use of people’s feelings

? Attract much 7.with sensationalist news titles.

? Make a difference to votes by spreading wrong 8..

Discuss how news media report the stories differently

?Compare stories they read with other stories from different news sources to consider whether they are reported honestly.

? Talk with children about what they 9. of the news.

Conclusion

Reading news critically is 10. but challenging to everyone at present. Adults need to start from listening to children’s experiences.

 

 

 

It's common to play video games as a way to reduce stress. We play games for fun, relaxation and even to kill time. However, one student has found a much more creative way to use video games.

Wu Hele, 17, a Senior 3 student from Jinling High School, Nanjing, has been preparing a gift for his high school - a recreation(重建) of his own school in the game Minecraft《我的世界》.

It is a game that allows players to design landscapes and buildings in all different types of locations with different materials.

For Wu, recreating the school was not just a sudden idea. During Wu's first time visiting the school, he found that it was perfect for rebuilding. "The landscape of the school is regular, and buildings all had a symmetrical, aesthetic feeling, which is suitable for rebuilding with Minecraft," he told Modern Express《現代快報》.

After his first visit to the school, Wu decided to rebuild it. However, this was not an action that could be done in a day. During his three years in high school, Wu has effectively organized his time. After finishing his homework or exercises, he always walked around the school with a notebook. "I measured all the corners by eyeballing(目測) or counting footsteps. I also drew sketches(草圖). When I played the game, I would build the school based on my sketches," he told the Bejing Evening News《北京晚報》.

Wu experienced several challenges as he recreated every detail of the school. One of the most difficult challenges was building the gym. At first, he didn't know how to rebuild the shape. Then, Wu learned the conic curve formula(圓錐曲線公式), which was used for the building.

His hard work has paid off. Almost all of the scenes of Jinling High School have been rebuilt in the game. The gate, the teaching buildings, the unique corridor with the wisteria(紫藤長廊)- every tree and flower has been exactly rebuilt. The player can visit the classrooms, gyms and office buildings and view the detailed decorations inside. In addition, their school's pet cat can be seen running downstairs in the teaching building just like in real life.

"I'm the first one who rebuilt our school in this way. I've cherished(珍惜) the three years I've spent here, and I have learned a lot during the whole process," Wu told Nanjing Daily《南京日報》.

回答下面5個問題,每題答案不超過7個詞。

1.Which grade is Wu Hele in? ______________________________________

2.Where did Wu rebuild his school? ______________________________________

3.How did he measure all the corners in his school? __________________________________

4.When did Wu decide to rebuild his school? ______________________________________

5.What do you think of Wu’s recreation of Jinling High School? _________________________

 

A man in Germany may not have been in danger when he called the police about a baby squirrel running after him, but it all worked out for the best for the funny suspect.

Emergency service centre(應急服務中心) in the city of Karlsruhe got a call on Thursday from a man afraid that the tiny animal wouldn't stop following him around. The Guardian reported. Police arrived at the scene, where the squirrel finally stopped running after him by lying down and going to sleep.

It turned out that the squirrel actually needed help, the police said. ""It often happens that squirrels which have lost their mothers look for a replacement(代替者)and then focus(集中) their efforts on one person, "the policewoman Christina Krenz told The Guardian.

The squirrel, now named Karl-Friedrich, is in the care of an animal center. Karlsruhe police posted a statement on Facebook about the animal, including several lovely photos.

The baby squirrel chase(追逐) is the second squirrel event to make international headlines this summer. Last month, a London woman called police after she heard loud noises in her home and suspected a burglar. The intruder turned out to be a squirrel, according to the police who came for help.

Although the government in the German case said the squirrel did need help, wildlife experts(專家) warn that before intervening (介入) in the case where you suspect a squirrel is orphaned(孤兒的), you should do your best to make sure the animal truly requires help. The Wildlife Centre of Virginia, which gets hundreds of calls every year about supposedly orphaned squirrels, published this handy guide to help decide whether such an animal really needs help and what to do if so. When in doubt, contact a local wildlife rescuer or animal center.

1.Karl-Friedrich in the passage turns out to be _______________.

A.a policewoman B.a little squirrel C.a guide in Virginia D.a woman from London

2.What does the underlined part "The intruder" in Paragraph5 mean?

A.A wildlife expert. B.A brave policeman. C.A female suspect. D.An unpopular visitor.

3.Why did the baby squirrel run after the man?

A.The man gave food to it. B.The man would take it to the animal center.

C.It wanted to bite the man. D.It needed the replacement for the loss of its mother.

4.What can we get from the wildlife experts' words?

A.People should find out if the squirrels truly need help.

B.The police should punish the people who hunt the squirrels.

C.The government should made laws to protect the squirrels.

D.The animal center needs enough money to carry on with their work.

5.Which part of a newspaper may this passage come from?

A.Nature & Environment. B.Humans & culture. C.Geography & History.????????????? D.Sports & Music

 

??? When shopping for clothes, my mother and I have always disagreed on what fits me well. To me, if it zips(拉上拉鏈), it fits. My mom , however, usually says I need a bigger size.

When I was a teenager, I wanted to dress like my friends, but my body size made it impossible. When mom told me something didn’t suit me, or that I needed a bigger size, all I heard was that my body was wrong.

To avoid arguments(爭吵), we stopped going shopping together. This continued until I got engaged(訂婚) and I needed to find a wedding dress(婚紗).

I could have just bought it alone, of course, but my mom is my favourite person to hang out with. The idea of looking for a wedding dress without her seemed as frightening as taking her with me.

And so the day came. As I tried on a simple white dress, I saw tears in my mom’s eyes. “You look beautiful.” she told me. Nothing could have shocked me more.

This one didn’t zip up at the back and I did actually need a bigger size , but my mom didn’t say that .She just told me how beautiful I looked. At that moment, all those arguments we’d had while shopping in the past were laid to rest. We didn’t buy a dress that day, We decided to see more, which I would never have predicted.

A few weeks and many shopping trips later, we found the perfect dress. And during those few weeks, mom and I also found the perfect fit for our shopping relationship.

1.According to the first two paragraphs, we know that________.

A.the writer’s mom could always find perfect clothes for her.

B.the writer and her mom often argued about the size of her clothes.

C.the writer’s mom thought she was too thin.

D.the writer tried to lose weight when she was a teenager.

2.Why did the writer go shopping with her mom to buy the wedding dress?_________

A.Because she couldn’t find any friends to go with her.

B.Because her mom was very experienced in choosing a wedding dress.

C.Because a wedding dress is special and she liked hanging out with her mom.

D.Because they always had a great shopping relationship.

3.When the writer and her mom went shopping for the wedding dress, the writer felt shocked because___________

A.her mother said she looked beautiful even though the dress didn’t fit her.

B.none of the wedding dresses could zip up the writer’s back.

C.her mom asked her to try on a bigger-sized dress.

D.they found the perfect dress more quickly than she expected.

4.What does the underlined word “predicted” in Paragraph 6 mean?

A.想象 B.爭辯 C.談論 D.預見

5.What would be the best title for the passage?

A.Shopping with parents. B.Choosing wedding dresses.

C.Perfect mother-daughter relationship D.Finding the perfect fit.

 

A live-streaming app that monitors (監控) students in classrooms in some middle schools has raised a lot of online discussion. It was reported that any user of the app Shuidi could see inside classrooms. Some parents have praised the app for giving them the chance to monitor their children, while others worry about privacy problems. Do you think the app is a good idea?

Zhang Xiaoru, 16:

I strongly support this app. Nowadays, children play an important role in the whole family, and parents always want to care for their children, wherever they are. This app helps parents see what their children are doing in classes. It’s also a good way to make students behave themselves in school.

Du Yina, 15:

I’m a supporter of this app if parents get their children’s permission (準許) first. The app could help parents focus on children’s bad habits. It could also be used as a tool to prevent bullying (霸凌). However, parents should get their permission first to protect their privacy.

Zhao Xuehan, 16:

I think this app is a bad idea. Schools should be a pleasant and relaxing place for students to study and play. But we will feel uncomfortable if cameras are watching us all the time. We should pay attention to our privacy. Our lives shouldn’t be watched by the public.

Zhang Liliang, 15:

Any form of privacy invasion (侵犯) shouldn’t be allowed. Although some parents want to know more about their children, they should do it in a better way. Being under the eye of strangers is too dangerous.

 

1.What does the live-streaming app do?

A.It plays educational videos in class. B.It lets students join online discussions.

C.It reports on which apps teachers use. D.It monitors students in classrooms.

2.On which condition does Du support the app?

A.Parents should get their children’s permission before using it.

B.Parents can change their children’s bad habits through the app.

C.The app could be used as a tool to prevent bullying.

D.The app is able to protect students’ privacy.

3.According to what Zhao Xuehan said, what does she do?

A.She is a student. B.She is a teacher. C.She is a parent. D.She is an app maker.

4.Zhang Liliang thinks the app is dangerous because it will _____.

A.invade students’ privacy B.allow parents to see something they shouldn’t see

C.force students to do things they don’t want to do D.hurt people’s eyes

5.Which of the following is TRUE?

A.Now most middle schools have used apps to monitor students.

B.Different people have different opinions about using the app.

C.Zhang Xiaoru supports the app only in some ways.

D.Middle schools aren’t allowed to use this app.

 

??? The hard-working blacksmith(鐵匠) Jones used to work all day in his shop and so hard-working was he that at times he would make the sparks(火花) fly from his hammer(錘子).

The son of Mr. Smith, a _______ neighbour, used to come to see the blacksmith every day and for hours and hours he would enjoy himself _________ how the blacksmith worked.

“Young man, why don’t you _______ your hand to learn to make shoe tacks(鞋釘), even though it is only to pass the _______?” said the blacksmith. “Who _________, one day, it may be of use to you.”

The lazy boy began to see what he could do. After a little _______ he found that he was becoming very _______ and soon he was making some of the finest tacks.

Old Mr. Smith died, and because of the war, the son _______ all his goods. He had to leave home and was forced to live in a village in another country. In this village, there were large numbers of shoemakers who were spending a lot of money on tacks for their shoes, and sometimes _______ when they paid high prices they were not always able to ________ what they wanted, because in that part of the country there was a great ________ of tacks for soldiers’ shoes.

Our young Mr.Smith, who was finding it difficult to earn() his daily bread, remembered that once upon a time he had learned the__________of making tacks and had the sudden idea of making a bargain(交易) with the________. He told them that he would make the tacks if they would ________ him to get settled(安頓) in the workshop. The shoemakers were only too glad of the bargain. And soon, young Mr. Smith found that he was making the finest tacks in the village.

“How __________ it seems,” he said with a smile, “even making tacks can bring me good luck. My trade is more useful to me than all my former(從前的) riches.”

1.A.creative B.hard-working C.wealthy D.generous

2.A.testing B.seeing C.watching D.explaining

3.A.wash B.try C.force D.win

4.A.hammer B.experience C.skill D.time

5.A.cares B.knows C.complains D.thinks

6.A.practice B.control C.exam D.check

7.A.skilled B.excited C.tired D.worried

8.A.carried B.lost C.sold D.harmed

9.A.ever B.instead C.although D.even

10.A.protect B.get C.make D.remember

11.A.number B.standard C.need D.price

12.A.art B.advantage C.importance D.achievement

13.A.blacksmiths B.soldiers C.shoemakers D.villagers

14.A.accept B.help C.refuse D.return

15.A.challenging B.attractive C.lively D.funny

 

—Do you know ________??

—To protect our only home — the earth.

A.how we should live a green life B.why should we live a green life

C.what we should live a green life for D.whether we should live a green life

 

—Never give up. If you keep practicing speaking English every day, you’ll make great progress.

—Thanks for encouraging me. I know ___________________.

A.It’s never too old to learn B.Many hands make light work

C.Practice makes perfect D.Don’t put all your eggs in one basket

 

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