61. The problem you are facing is common among us_________(teenager).
62.This novel ______________(base） the family history of the writer. 63. 63.In order to___________(pass) the exam, we must study hard.
64. It___________(be) the first time in a year and a half that I had seen the night face to face.
65. He looked calm, but _____（actual）he was very nervous
66. Visitors are requested _______(not touch) the exhibitions.
67. The teacher commanded that the student _____ (go) out of the classroom.
68. It’s no pleasure__________(look) through these any longer because nature is one thing that
really must be experienced.
69. The thundering clouds held me____________(entire) in their power.
70. Anne and her family hid away for nearly twenty-five months before they _____________
Snake dishes have become popular in 61.___________(recently) years. Snake meat in various flavors(风味) can 62._______(see) in restaurant ads very often. Eating snake seems to be now 63.______ fashion, and if you haven’t eaten snake yet, you are considered “out of date”. But I wonder if all the trends(趋势) are worth 64._______(follow).
Some people may defend themselves by saying that snake meat is nutritious. But these people don’t realize 65._______ many parasites(寄生虫), which do harm to our 66.________(healthy),are found in snakes. According 67._______ a survey, about 1000 tons of snakes are eaten every year. The number of snakes will drop, making an increase in mice and worms population, 68_______ will lead to a decrease of crop output.
So let’s take measures 69.________(protect) snakes because “to protect them is also to protect 70. ___________(our).
Dr. Jones, a famous scientist, is being interviewed by Janet when visiting a high school.
Janet: Welcome to our school, Dr. Jones. My name is Janet and I intend 56. ________ (ask) you a few questions if you don’t mind.
Dr. Jones: Of course not. What would you like to know?
Janet: Well, first of all, I would like to know 57. ________ you decided to study physics.
Dr. Jones: Well, I’ve been very interested in the universe since my 58. ________ (child) and I have come up 59. ________ a theory that explains why there is frozen water on Mars.
Janet: That’s 60. ________ (real) interesting. I also read about your new invention. Could you please tell me more about it?
Dr. Jones: Yes. I’ve invented a wonderful machine 61. ________ (call) a “water hunter” that I use to look for water on other planets.
Janet: How does it work?
Dr. Jones: Well, 62. ________ is not easy to explain, but the machine can take pictures of planets and search for water. By looking at the pictures, I can tell 63. ________ there’s water there or not.
Janet: I see. Do you think that there is life on other planets? I don’t think so.
Dr. Jones: Hmm ... That’s a good question. Either you or I 64. ________ (be) right. However, it seems like people have found ice on Mars, and if there’s ice, there could also be life. Maybe not now, but at some time in the future or past. I think that it would be strange 65. ________ the earth was the only planet with life on it.
Janet: Thank you very much. I hope you will enjoy your visit here at our school.
Dr. Jones: You’re welcome.
I have 61 good friend 62. name is Liu Mei. She is our
monitor and one of the excellent 63. (student) in our class.
Clever as she is , she studies very hard .We have a
lot in common and have a lot to talk 64. .One evening she
told me something that happened 65. her parents was out .
She was doing her homework one Sunday morning when
she smelt something 66 . (burn).She stopped 67. ( look) out
of the window and find a cloud of smoke 68. (come) out
of her neighbor’s house .She called 119 69. (immediate) .Ten
minutes 70. (late) ,the firemen came and put out fire. Her neighbor
was very grateful for her help.
A motto is a sentence or a phrase ____61____ can inspire us especially when we are __62_____(face) with difficulties. Many of us have our mottoes, such as “Where there is a will, there is a way.” Or “Nothing is difficult if you put your heart into it.”, and so on. My motto is “God helps those who help __63______.” Sometimes I am lazy and don’t want to make efforts _64_______( work) hard, __65_____ the moment I think of my motto I will get energetic again and devote myself __66_____ what I am doing. I write my motto __67______ I can see it easily. Every time I fail in my exam and begin to lose heart, the sight of my motto inspires me with much ____68____(confident). My motto also makes me become __69______ independent person. That is to say, I won’t rely on others easily.
My friends, what is your motto? If you still haven’t got a motto, please choose _ 70_______ because a motto can have a great effect on you.
Chaplin was an extraordinary performer who 61 (star) in and directed many outstanding comedies. Few people were bored 62 (watch) his moustache, his gestures or his entertaining reactions when chased by 63 (detective). Being drunk, sliding on a banana skin or whispering his own failures to nobody, he made us feel more content 64 our life without any verbal explanation. His particular sense of humor has astonished everybody throughout the world up to now.
In a small budget film, he played a badly-off person 65 (wear) worn-out shoes and 66 (mess) clothes. On one occasion, he 67 (trap) by a snowstorm in a vast mountainous area. He overcame many difficulties, 68 he was not fortunate enough. With all the porridge 69 (eat) up, he picked out a shoe and boiled it to eat. What he performed was a total failure. According to an actress, his acting was so 70 (convince)and amusing that everybody couldn’t help bursting into laughter.
Music is universal—it 1. (produce) by all cultures. Some scientists believe that music came before speech. In fact, there is one theory that the 2 (early)languages were chanted or sung rather than spoken.
Indeed, in some cultures, music is a form of 3. (record) history. The Aboriginal Australians, for example, use music as 4. means to pass on stories of the land and spirits to the next generation. New evidence suggests that music does not just satisfy the feel-good factor but it 5. (be) also good for the brain. A study of 6. (mental) disabled children showed that they could recall more information after it was given to them in a song than after it was read to them 7. a story.
Researchers also report that people score better on a standard 8. (intelligent) test after listening to Mozart. The so called “Mozart effect” has also been supported by findings that rats 9. (bring) up on Mozart run faster through a complex network of paths or passages known as a maze(迷). Overall, it seems that in most instances people l0. from any form of mental illness can benefit from listening to music.
My dream school starts at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 3:30 p.m. __61__ are three lessons in the morning and two in the afternoon. We don’t need __62__ (do) so much homework. Therefore, we have more time for after-school __63__ (activity). For example, we can do __64__ (read) for one and a half hours and play sports for one hour every day.
My dream school looks like a big garden. There __65__ (be) all kinds of flowers and trees around the classroom buildings. _66__ (our) can lie on the grass for __67__ rest, or sit by the lake listening __68__ music. The teachers here are kind and __69__ (help). They are not only our teachers __70__ our friends.
Wild rice is not 61 (actual) a member of the rice family, although it is a grain-producing grass. Native to North America, this grain can 62 (find) growing wild in the ponds and lakes of Wisconsin, as well as in neighboring states. Like rice, wild rice grows in water, but it requires much 63 (deep) water than rice does.
Wild rice is very difficult to harvest because its stalks(秆) are so crispy 64 many types of equipment cannot be used. It takes patience and hand work 65 (harvest) wild rice. As a result, this grain is expensive and often difficult to get.
Like other grains, its chaff(谷壳)must be separated 66 the grain. It is harvested green, and after being separated, it may be set out to dry to prevent it from 67 (go) bad.
Wild rice is quite sensitive to changes in the environment. With the widespread use of dams(水坝) in the United States, many areas 68 wild rice once grew have not been able to keep their former populations of the grain. This is 69 pity for people who enjoy the crop. Many native people hold the grain in high respect and they support the 70 (produce) of this special rice.
I came to England last summer. I 61 (be) in England for eleven months. I am going to finish my studies in England soon, and I will leave 62 China next month.
At first it was very difficult for me 63 (communicate) with other people here, 64 now I can speak English much 65 （well )，and can even understand English television，because I have studied hard and my teachers and classmates 66 (help) me a lot.
I have lots of English 67 (friend) now. Some of 68 (they) have even invited me to dinner at their houses. They are 69 (interest) to learn about China and Chinese people. Every time they ask me questions about China, I realize 70 little I know about my own country!
Glasgow is located in southwest Scotland along both 61 (bank) of the River Clyde and has
62 population of over 590,000 people. It is 63 (large) city in Scotland, which has 64 (high) developed business, finance, tourism, and an excellent harbor as well.
Glasgow is one of the liveliest cities in Europe. It has world –famous art 65 (collect), the best shopping in the United Kingdom outside London, and the most 66 (enjoy) nightlife in Scotland. A must-see is the works of Scotland’s best-known architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, whose unique style 67 (decorate) attractions such as the Lighthouse, Glasgow School of Art and House for an Art Lover.
Art and culture are so important in Glasgow life that galleries（美术馆） and museums are great in number. There is a choice of over twenty 68 (include) the world’s first Museum of Religion and the outstanding McLellan Galleries. 69 their credit, the Scots value traditional art and culture in Glasgow and have them 70 (protect) through long time.
A man and his friend were walking through the desert. During the trip they had an 61 (argue),and the man hit his friend in 62 face. His friend was hurt, but without 63 (say) nothing, he wrote in the sand, “Today my best friend hit me.”
They kept on 64 (walk) until they found a lake, 65 they decided to take a bath. The man’s friend fell into the lake and was in a 66 (danger) situation, but the man saved him 67 (immediate). After he came back 68 life, he wrote on a stone: “Today my best friend saved my life.”
The man who had hit and saved his best friend asked, “When I hurt you, you wrote in the sand and now, you wrote on a stone. Why?” His friend 69 (reply), “When someone hurts us, we should write it down in sand where wind can blow it away. 70 , when someone does something good for us, we must write it down in stone where it can last for ever.”
Standard English and Dialects
What is standard English? Is it 61_ (speak) in Britain, the US, Canada, Australia, India and New Zealand? Believe 62 or not, there is no such thing as standard English. Many people believe the English spoken on TV and the radio is standard English. This is because 63 the early days of radio, those 64 reported the news 65 (be) expected to speak excellent English. 66 , even on TV and the radio you will hear differences in the way people speak.
When people use words and 67 (expression) different form “standard language”, it is called 68 dialect. American English has many dialects, especially the midwestern, southern, African American and 69 (Spain) dialects. Even in some parts of the US, two people from neighbouring towns speak a little 70 (different). American English has so many dialects because people have come from all over the world.
Regular safety checks and maintenance of escalators(手扶电梯) and elevators have been urged in the wake of a tragedy in Central China’s Hubei province.
A woman fell 76 a gap at the top of an escalator at a department store. 77 woman aged 30 managed to push her two-year-old boy to 78(safe) at the top of the escalator.
Video at the shopping mall shows the woman 79(hold) her son as she prepares to get off the escalator when a footplate collapses under her feet. 80(stick) in the hole and with only her upper body above the structure, she pushed her son forwards and he 81(catch) by a shopping assistant standing near the top of the escalator. The woman fell beneath the floor only a few seconds later 82 another shopping assistant tried to grab her arm 83 failed. It took rescuers 84(near) four hours to recover the body of the woman.
It was the latest in a series of similar accidents in China, 85 there are 3.6 million escalators and elevators carrying 200 million people every day.
1. Tomorrow I’ll have my car___________ (repair)
2. Many leading scientists do not consider that _________ (scientific) can give absolutely reliable knowledge.
3. Most of artists___________ (invite) to the party were from South Africa.
4. The murder was brought in, with his hands___________ (tie).
5. With time________ (go) by, my memory seems to get worse.
6. Our teaching building is under ___________________ (construct),
7. Einstein was awarded the Nobel Prize for his ____________(contribute) to Quantum Theory.
8. The matter is ________ (link) to you.
9. Cars not only _____________ (pollution) the air in cities, but make them crowded
10. When another outbreak hit London in 1854, he was ready to begin his_________ (investigate)
1. He was so a__________ in the book that he didn’t hear my call.
2. If a doctor or a medical treatment c_______ someone's illness， they make the people well again.
3. The farmers in this area had a good harvest last year thanks to the s_________ farming.
4. He b _______ me for my mistake.
5.The famous Korean play actor got an________（热情的） reception in Hong Kong.
6. Don't _____________（暴露） your skin to the sun or you will be burned.
7. You should not r___________ the invitation from your old friend.
8. Kindness is one of the prime minister's __________________（特征）。
9. He finished his work in a very__________（积极的） way.
10. Be c_____________ when you cross the street.
Many years ago, when I worked as a volunteer at Stanford Hospital, I got to know a little girl __41__(name) Liz who was suffering from a rare and serious disease. Her only chance of recovery appeared to be a blood transfusion(输血) __42__ her 5－year－old brother, __43__ had miraculously survived the same disease and had developed the antibodies needed to fight the __44__(ill)．
The doctor explained the situation to her little brother, and asked the boy if he would be willing to give his blood to his sister. I saw him hesitate for a moment __45__ taking a deep breath and saying, “Yes, I'll do it __46__ it can save Liz.”
__47__ the transfusion progressed, he lay in bed next to his sister and smiled, as we all did, _48__(see) the color returning to her cheeks. Then __49__ face grew pale and his smile faded. He looked up at the doctor and asked with a trembling voice, “Will I start to die right away？”
Being young, the boy had_50__(understand) the doctor; he thought he was going to have to give his sister all of his blood.
A castle is a type of fortified（加固的）structure 61 (build) in Europe and the Middle East during the Middle Ages. This is different from a palace 62 is not fortified, though there are a large number of 63 (similarity) among these types of construction. Since then usage of the term 64 (apply) to diverse structures.
The European castles 65 (origin) in the 9th and 10th centuries, resulting in its land divided among nobles, who built castles to control the area 66 (surround) them. The castles were also 67 (defense) structures. Although army uses are often emphasized in castle studies, the structures also served 68 centers of administration and symbols of power. Urban castles were 69 (usual) used to control the local people and important travel routes, 70 rural castles were often built near farmland.
The question was once asked of a businessman who 61 (success) highly ,“How have you done so much in your lifetime?” He replied, “I have dreamed. I have turned my mind loose to imagine 62 I wanted to do. Then I have gone to bed and thought about my dreams. In 63 night I dreamt about my dreams. And when I 64 (awake) in the morning, I saw the way to make my dreams real. While other people were saying, ‘You can’t do that. It is not possible.’ I was well on my way to 65 (achieve) what I wanted.”
As Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the U.S, said, “We grow great by dreams.” All big men are dreamers. They see things in the soft haze of a spring day , or in the red fire on a long winter’s evening.
Some of us let these dreams die, 66 others nourish and protect them. Nourish them 67 bad days until they bring them to the sunshine and light which comes always to 68 who sincerely hope that their dreams will come true.
So please, don’t let anyone steal your dreams, or try to tell you they are too 69 (possible). Sing your songs, dream your dreams and pray your 70 (pray).
A Frenchman went to a small Italian town 61 stayed with his wife at the best hotel there. One night, he went out for a walk alone. It was late and the small street was dark and quiet. Suddenly he 62 (feel) someone behind him. He turned his head and saw an Italian young man who quickly walked past him. The man was nearly 63 of sight when the Frenchman suddenly found that his watch was 64 (go). He thought that 65 must be the Italian who had taken his watch. He decided 66 (follow) him and get back the watch.
Soon the Frenchman caught up with the Italian. 67 of them understood the other's language. The Frenchman frightened the Italian with his fist (拳头) while 68 (point) at the Italian's watch. In the end the Italian gave up his watch to the Frenchman.
When he returned to the hotel, the Frenchman told his wife 69 had happened. He was 70 (great) surprised when his wife pointed to the watch on the table. Now he realized that by mistake he had robbed the watch and it was the Italian's.