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时间:2015-09-02

Day 1

Big head start (P3)
Choose the best answer:
1. Which of the following is TRUE about Brawn Nelson?
A. He has begun treating patients independently.
B. He has been accepted to college on a full scholarship.
C. He has been dreaming about being a doctor since he came to the US.
D. He took classes taught by teachers from a medical university during middle school.
2. According to the article, the Health Careers Outreach Program ______.
A. teaches students how to make better use of time
B. aims to help poor minority students to get into top universities
C. focuses on helping students to realize their medical career dreams
D. has graduated 50 students this year, many of whom got scholarships

3. Why is the program important?
a. It can help to make the county more diverse.
b. It can help kids in the county to learn more about careers.
c. It trains doctors who have diverse backgrounds.
d. It helps to change the futures of some kids and their families.
A. ad B. cd C. abc D. acd

4. What was the author’s purpose in writing this article?
A. To describe the Health Careers Outreach Program.
B. To call on readers to give money to the program.
C. To share with readers Nelson’s story of struggling in the US.
D. To show that minority students can find their own identity in the US.


Day 2
Famous girl (P4)
阅读短文并根据文章内容回答问题,注意答案不要超过题目要求的词数。
1. Use three adjectives to describe Maruko.
___________________________________________2. According to Jun Takagi, what has kept Chibi Maruko-chan popular? (No more than 3 words)
__________________________________________
3. Why do Japanese people like cute characters such as Maruko and Hello Kitty, according to the article? (No more than 12 words)
____________________________________________________________________________________4. Translate the following sentence into Chinese:
“Like Japan, the nuclear family trend is increasing in East Asian countries,” Hyun said. “So people feel nostalgic about the Chibi Maruko-chan family, in which three generations live closely together.”
____________________________________________________________________________________
5. What is this article mainly about? (No more than 10 words)
___________________________________________

Day 3

Remembering Turing (P5)
Choose the best answer:
1. What is the correct order of the following events?
a. He wrote about his now-famous Turing Test.
b. He wrote a report on a typewriter-like machine.
c. He studied mathematics at the University of Cambridge.
d. He helped the British government break the Nazis’ codes.
e. He became curious about the “complex machine” of the human body.
A. e c b d a B. c b d e a
C. e c b a d D. c e d a b
2. Which of the following is TRUE about Turing?
A. He was born into a family with great talent in math.
B. He made great contributions to computer science.
C. He had low expectations for the future of the computer.
D. His talent wasn’t noticed until his report was published in 1937.

3. From the article, we can infer that Turing _______.
A. was devoted to his goals
B. had very positive attitudes toward life
C. was good at explaining complex things
D. deeply believed that machines would replace humans one day

Day 4

A harvest mistake (P6)
Choose the best answer:
1. Why does the author suggest that people in the neighborhood should lock their cars?
A. They might be stolen by thieves.
B. They might be moved away by the police.
C. Their neighbors might throw rubbish in them.
D. Their neighbors might fill them with their harvest.

2. How did Sharon’s friends react to the invitation to take her tomatoes?
A. They refused it. B. They accepted it.
C. They said they would come when they were free.
D. They recommended someone else who would like them.

3. What did the neighbor do in Sharon’s garden?
A. She harvested tomatoes only.
B. She harvested zucchini by accident.
C. She took some cucumbers mistakenly.
D. She took something without Sharon’s permission.

4. We can infer from the article that the neighbor’s bread would taste ______.
A. funny B. delicious
C. hard and sour D. soft and sweet

5. Which adjective best describes the author’s tone in the article?
A. Critical. B. Humorous.
C. Persuasive. D. Frustrated.
Day 5


阅读下面的材料,并根据内容选择最佳选项。
The London Underground (The Tube)
The main source of public transport in London revolves around the Underground (or the Tube as it is known to Londoners). This network of 12 lines can get you to most places in the center of the city quickly.
It’s almost a necessity to get an Oyster Card or a Travelcard. Single tickets are priced starting at the intentionally absurd (荒谬的) price of £4.80 (Zone 1-3), if you pay cash (现金). Using an Oyster card, a single fare is £2.30 if you are traveling within the central Zone 1.
On hot days it is also advisable to take a bottle of water with you as Underground trains are not air-conditioned.
Last trains leave central London at around 00:30 weekdays, 23:30 Sundays. First trains leave the suburbs (郊区) around 05:00.
The Bus System
Outside of the center of London, Tube stations are farther apart, so buses help fill the gaps. Also, the bus offers a cheaper alternative, even if it is a slower journey.
Cash fares for London buses have been abolished (废除) – you cannot pay cash. A bus fare costs £1.50 if using an Oyster Card or contactless card. If you use only buses, the fare is capped at £4.40 per day for Oyster or contactless users.
Light Rail and Trams
You can think of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) and the Tramlink as extensions of the Underground. Travelcards purchased at Tube Stations will be valid (有效的) on the DLR and Tramlink.
The DLR is the easiest way to reach a number of attractions in East London. The DLR connects with a number of the other train services (including connections at Tower Hill or Bank Stations) and can be used to reach Greenwich, Canary Wharf, and Stratford.
River Services
There are a number of different routes along the River Thames. The faster commuter services operate all day from Greenwich Pier to Embankment and from Putney and Chelsea Harbour to Blackfriars during Peak Hours only. These routes will pass a number of places of interest including the Houses of Parliament and London Bridge. A return fare from Putney to Blackfriars will cost about 12 pounds.
National Rail
Once you leave Central London or if you are traveling South of the River Thames, the best public transport option will often be National Rail. There are numerous connections to the Rail System from the Tube. Travelcards can be used for travel on the National Rail (but not the Heathrow Express). Oyster cards can be used up to Zone 6 except certain services including Heathrow Express, Heathrow Connect and HS1.

1. When taking the London underground, ______.
A. you should buy tickets with cash
B. you are advised to take a bottle of water along
C. you can go to most places in London quickly at any time of the day or night
D. you can save more money with a single ticket than with an Oyster Card

2. Using only buses to travel around London, an Oyster Card or contactless card user will pay no more than ______ per day.
A. £2.30 B. £4.80 C. £4.40 D. £1.50

3. If you use river services along the River Thames, you will pass _____.
A. Tower Hill B. Stratford
C. London Bridge D. Canary Wharf

4. To Travel South of the River Thames, it is recommended that you use ______.
A. the bus system B. the London Underground
C. the DLR and trams
D. National Rail


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