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作者:21st
时间:2015-09-07

Day1
Realistic expenses (P3)
Choose the best answer:

1. What is the author’s main purpose in writing the article?
A. To inform the reader of the hidden costs of higher education.
B. To report on a study of the rising costs of higher education.
C. To give students tips on how to deal with the rising costs of higher education.
D. To analyze the reasons for a greater demand for higher education in the US.
2. According to a study by Wisconsin HOPE Lab, ______.
A. $3,000 could cover the total cost of attending most colleges in the US
B. living in the suburbs could help US students reduce the cost of attending college
C. students tend to find that they have to spend more when they arrive on campus
D. inflation is the leading cause of rising costs in higher education in the US
3. What is the main reason why colleges may want to overestimate living expenses?
A. To include all possible hidden costs of attending college.
B. To make families set aside enough money for college.
C. To help students get enough government financial aid.
D. To inspire students to work hard to get scholarships.
4. What does Hosch advise students to do before going to college?
A. Do some part-time jobs to pay for college.
B. Choose colleges where living expenses are lower.
C. Stay optimistic despite the rising costs of higher education.
D. Try to get help from the college they’re planning to go to.

Day2
Too polite (P4)
Choose the best answer:
1. Why did the author learn the word xiexie first when he first learned Chinese?
A. He thought it was the easiest word to learn.
B. He wanted to be considered polite.
C. His Chinese friends advised him to do it.
D. He believed that it wouldn’t confuse people.
2. The author learned from his Chinese friends that saying “xiexie” and “qing” _______.
A. is not necessary at all in China
B. is something people only say to strangers
C. is not good for developing a close relationship
D. is a way to judge if a person has good manners
3. Which of the following would the author probably agree with?
A. Britons and Americans usually have better manners than Chinese people.
B. It’s all right to shout “fuwuyuan” to get a server’s attention in a crowded restaurant.
C. Chinese people should say “please” or “thank you” as often as British people do.
D. Foreigners tend to be confused by Chinese people’s mixture of politeness and rudeness.

Day3
Editing humans’ DNA (P5)
Choose the best answer:
1. What is the article mainly about?
A. How CRISPR was developed by scientists.
B. What we can and can’t do with CRISPR.
C. The advantages of CRISPR and arguments about its ethics.
D. Chinese scientists’ experiment of using CRISPR to edit human embryos.
2. It can be concluded from the article that CRISPR ______.
A. allows scientists to edit genomes for the first time
B. could be helpful in the treatment of cancer and HIV
C. is a technology that uses an enzyme to work on RNA and DNA
D. has proven to be the most effective way to protect children against diseases
3. According to the article, the technology of CRISPR ______.
A. is very safe because it only cuts the DNA it is looking for
B. is banned in 42 countries and restricted in many others
C. could cause parents to make unwise choices for their children
D. could help us discover the link between DNA and the qualities it gives people
4. What is the author’s attitude toward CRISPR?
A. Supportive.B. Worried.C. Negative.D. Objective.

Day4
My garden fight (P6)
Choose the best answer:
1. What is the story mainly about?
A. The author’s fight with weeds.
B. How the author loved her yard.
C. The author’s gardening skills.
D. The author’s gardening friend.
2. What is the meaning of the third paragraph?
A. Spring is the best time in which to kill weeds.
B. Spring makes it hard for the author to win her battle with weeds.
C. Spring’s heat helps weeds to win some of the battlefield.
D. In the spring, the author tries to help the plants not to suffer from too much rain.
3. Why does the writer say her fingers were itching like crazy in Paragraph 8?
A. The writer was mad at her brother’s response.
B. The writer longed to cut down the ivy.
C. The writer was bitten by some insects in the weeds.
D. The writer left something in her car and wanted to get it back.
4. What can we learn from the text?
A. The author has decided to battle with the weeds next year.
B. The author is exhausted by the battle and has finally given up.
C. The author enjoys the battle with the weeds and expects another fight.
D. The author does not want to kill all the weeds since they are also helpful.

Day5
阅读下面的材料,并根据内容选择最佳选项。
Visiting is a great way to get the feel of everyday life at Harvard College. Take the chance to meet our students and explore the Cambridge/Boston area. We know that many students will not be able to visit colleges before applying. As an alternative, examining our website will yield a vast amount of information about Harvard past, present, and future.
Summer 2015 schedule
From June 22, 2015 to August 9, 2015, all admissions information sessions and tours will originate at Sanders Theater in Memorial Hall, 45 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA. The schedule will feature only one information session per day at 10:00 am, followed by a tour at 11:00 am, from Monday through Saturday. Information sessions and tours will not be offered on June 27, 2015, July 3, 2015, July 4, 2015, August 7, 2015 or August 8, 2015.
From August 10, 2015 to August 21, 2015, all admissions information sessions and tours will originate at Agassiz House, 5 James Street, Cambridge, MA. The schedule will feature information sessions each weekday at 10 am and 2 pm, followed by tours of the campus at 11 am and 3 pm.
Registration is optional but strongly recommended. It will enable us to better estimate room capacity.
Information Sessions and Tours
Admissions tours last approximately 75 minutes and focus on undergraduate life at Harvard. They are intended for students considering entrance to the College. For historical tours, visit the Harvard Information Center.
Please allow one hour before scheduled events to find parking and navigate your way across campus to Sanders Theater. Contact the Visitor Center at 617 495-1551 with any questions. 
Tour the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS)
Take a student-led supplemental (不定期的) tour focused on Harvard’s undergraduate programs in engineering and applied sciences. (Groups of 10 or more must email communications@fas.harvard.edu to schedule a separate tour.) Tours last approximately 60 minutes. For our current schedule please refer to our Visitor Center Calendar.
Virtual tour of Harvard College
Take our online guided tour to see the Harvard campus at any time, from any location. Student guides lead you through the places in which they live and learn, including dorm rooms, classrooms, Widener Library, the freshman dining hall and more.

1. Where should you go to go on the campus tour at Harvard College on August 15, 2015?
A. Memorial HallB. Agassiz House
C. Sanders Theater
D. Harvard Information Center
2. On which date do you have the chance to attend the information session and go on the campus tour scheduled by Harvard College?
A. June 27, 2015B. July 4, 2015
C. August 9, 2015D. August 22, 2015
3. Who are Harvard’s admissions tours intended for?
A. Undergraduates studying at the college.
B. Exchange students from overseas.
C. Students considering applying for the college.
D. Those who are interested in the history of the college.
4. On Harvard’s SEAS tour, ________.
A. you are required to register in advance
B. groups of 10 or more are not permitted to sign up together
C. you’re advised to take the college’s online guided tour first
D. you can check the college’s Visitor Center Calendar to learn about its schedule
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