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作者:21ST
时间:2015-06-19



Drinking problems (P2)
阅读短文并根据文章内容完成表格,每空一词。
1. How many students admitted that they had tried alcohol in the survey by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention? (No more than 5 words)
__________________________________________
2. What are the two reasons that have caused the high rate of underage drinking in China? (No more than 25 words)
1) _______________________________________
2) _______________________________________
3. Which country has the youngest legal drinking age according to the article?
__________________________________________
4. What punishment do underage drinkers receive if they are caught drinking for the first time in Texas, US? (No more than 10 words)
____________________________________________________________________________________
5. Translate the following sentence into Chinese.
The law also bans the sale of alcohol to anyone younger than 18 and asks stores to put obvious warning signs on their premises.
__________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________






A book for your future (P4)
Choose the best answer:
1. We can tell from the article that the book Oh, the Places You’ll Go! ______.
A. was a best seller in the 1980s
B. gives practical advice to college graduates looking for jobs
C. is about Dr Seuss’ adventures around the world
D. is a highly recommended gift for teenagers in the US
2. The key message Dr Seuss wanted to convey through his book was that ______.
A. bravery and determination help us get through difficulties
B. life is not as easy as most teenagers imagine
C. extreme challenges make our successes feel more significant
D. it isn’t shameful to have negative feelings such as loneliness and fear
3. We can tell from the article that a “motivator” is something that ______.
A. people take great pride in
B. makes people enthusiastic about doing something
C. describes a person’s true character
D. brings about trouble and confusion





Hit movie upsets ... (P5)
Choose the best answer:
1. What is the article mainly about?
A. The reasons why Jurassic World has been a great success in China.
B. The technology behind the making of Jurassic World.
C. The debates about dinosaur facts in Jurassic World.
D. The introduction of a species of dinosaur in Jurassic World.
2. It is mentioned in the article that scientists are unhappy about _____ dinosaur facts in Jurassic World.
A. two B. three
C. four D. five
3. The underlined word “dumb” in Paragraph 7 is closest in meaning to “______”.
A. creative
B. stupid
C. interesting
D. tragic
4. Which of the following about the dinosaurs in Jurassic World is TRUE?
A. T. rex is able to open doors.
B. Raptors are bigger than T. rex.
C. They are brightly-colored monsters.
D. They are monsters with tough, scaly skin.






Caught me stealing (P6)
Choose the best answer:
1. When the author was stealing raspberries with his friends, he ______.
A. didn’t think his behavior was wrong
B. knew that the Jordans weren’t at home
C. was confident that he could escape punishment
D. found that the raspberries were not as tasty as expected
2. The underlined word “options” in Paragraph 9 is closest in meaning to ______.
A. choices
B. excuses
C. punishments
D. destinations (目的地)
3. Which of the following is TRUE according to the article?
A. The author’s friends felt sorry for having left him behind.
B. After shouting at the author for a while, Mr Jordan let him go free.
C. The author didn’t run and was caught by Mr Jordan.
D. Mr Jordan told the author’s mother about his stealing and she paid for his loss.
4. What lesson did the author learn from his father?
A. Life is not always fair.
B. We cannot control other people’s lives.
C. Whoever makes mistakes deserves to be punished.
D. We should be responsible (负责任的) for our own behavior.





阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳答案。
One important event during the pre-Christmas rush at our house was the arrival of my daughter’s kindergarten report card. She got great 1 for her reading, vocabulary and overall enthusiasm. On the other hand, we learnt that she has work to do on her numbers and computer skills, 2 her report is absent of any words that might be interpreted as 3 . A number system indicates how she’s measuring up in each area without any 4 of passing or failing.
The benefits are often debated when it comes to giving formal 5 to kids. At one level, the advantages and disadvantages are 6 . A grade system provides a straightforward 7 by which to measure how your child is progressing at school – and how they’re 8 compared to other children. 9 as writer Sue Ferguson notes, “Grades can deceive (欺骗).” The 10 should be “to measure learning, not simply what a student can recall on a test.”
If you’re old enough, you’ve lived through this 11 before. At one time, it was considered 12 to put children in direct competition with one another if it could be avoided. The 13 behind that may have been good, but it ignored the fact that 14 , and the will to come out on top, are 15 parts of the human condition.
This time around, educators working with a no-grades 16 are emphasizing different reasons. The thing is, that approach is much more commonplace in the adult workplace than is the traditional pass-fail system we place on our children. Many workplaces 17 regular employee evaluations. There are usually fairly strict 18 to what an employer can tell an employee in those evaluations. And even then, negative evaluations can be 19 by the employee. No matter where you stand in the debate over the grade system, the real question is this: if it’s so good for kids, why isn’t that also 20 for adults?

1. A. attention B. comfort C. praise D. criticism
2. A. when B. unless C. though D. since
3. A. kind B. negative   C. positive  D. specific
4. A. advice B. doubt C. discussion D. mention
5. A. tasks B. grades C. instructions D. tests
6. A. important B. common C. obvious D. special
7. A. standard B. ruler
C. view D. goal
8. A. taking in B. getting on C. moving along D. setting off
9. A. But B. So C. Thus D. Just
10. A. rule B. aim C. problem D. step
11. A. conclusion B. comment C. debate D. competition
12. A. boring B. dangerous C. necessary D. unfair
13. A. message B. intention C. faith D. truth
14. A. competition B. imagination C. knowledge D. talent
15. A. flexible B. difficult C. essential D. interesting
16. A. approach B. decision C. tradition D. suggestion
17. A. delay B. forbid C. avoid D. conduct
18. A. examples  B. limits  C. expectations D. reasons
19. A. accepted B. returned C. challenged D. shared
20. A. certain B. flexible C. special D. true


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