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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-08-20
    来源: 重庆市秀山高级中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        WSIGN YOUR CHILD UP FOR "FLY TO THE MOON CLUB"

      AND ENJOY A FREE FLIGHT TO ANY DESTINATION IN ASIA!

     With a registration fee of just $50 per child, children under the age of 12 can join Eagle Airways' FLY TO THE MOON CLUB as members. They can then enjoy the same benefits onboard Eagle Airways' newest Boeing-797 to any destination in the world! BENEFITS YOU CAN'T MISS!

    • A free flight to any destination in Asia

    • 30% off any course at Tanya Language School

    • 20% off any purchase made at Ruby Bookstore

    • A free notebook with every purchase above $50 at Starlight Stationery

    • A free bowl of dessert for a family of four at Don's Diners with every set dinner ordered

    • A birthday gift on your child's birthday

    • A free album containing pictures taken during the journey

    All bookings made before 12 September will receive free travel insurance for the entire family! Insurance is issued by Live Life Insurance Group.10% OFF ALL BOOKINGS for departures from 5 to 11 September 2015. Children must be accompanied by two paying adults.

    33One of the benefits mentioned in the advertisement is ________.

    A. a discount on any course at Tanya Language School

    B. 30% off any book purchased at Ruby Bookstore

    C. a free bowl of dessert at any restaurant at the airport

    D. a free flight to any destination in the world

    34Which of the following bookings may receive the most benefits?

      A. Booking date    Departure date      B. Booking date    Departure date

      September 2     September 12           September 13   September 18

      C. Booking date    Departure date     D. Booking date    Departure date

       August 16      September 4            August 15     September 8

    35Which of the following is TRUE according to the advertisement

    A. Club members enjoy free travel insurance for any flight.

    B. You need to pay $50 to sign up a child for the club.

    C. The advertisement is intended for students of all ages.

    D. Any child must be accompanied by at least one paying adult.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:广告布告类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-08-20
    来源: 重庆市铜梁县第一中学2016-2017学年高一5月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Summer Surfing USA

    15-Day Tour for Beach Lovers

    Visit these beautiful Southern California surfing beaches

    El Capitan in Santa Barbara, Surf Riders in Malibu, the Wedge at Newport Beach, Doheny at Dana Point. Accommodations (住宿): Single or double rooms in beachfront hotels

    Price includes: Daily surfboard use, 3-hour beginner’s class

    Nightlife activities: Beach meals, club dancing, moonlight trips

    Additional activities: Visit Universal Studios and Disneyland

    Tour Beverly Hills and see the movie stars’ homes

    Tour cost: Single room at $1,999

    Double room at $2,300

    Hazel’s Personal Services

    Do you ever have questions like these ?

    ●Where can I get my hair cut for a reasonable price?

    ●Do you know where I can have someone fix my bike ?

    ●Where can I get someone to upgrade my computer?

    ●Do you know where I can have my jacket cleaned?

    Do you know where you can have ALL these things done? Call Hazel! (646)555-2121

    Hazel offers:

    √ Computer support  √ Repairs  √ Beauty services

    √ Washing          √ Pet-sitting

    If Hazel doesn’t offer the service you need, she’ll find someone who does!

    Vote for Roberta Chang

    Roberta Chang will clean up Cradville!

    Have you noticed these problems in our city?

    ●The air is becoming dangerously dirty because of gases from cars and trucks.

    ●There is heavy traffic on the roads because of people’s dependence on cars.

    ●Our city streets are being destroyed as a result of heavy traffic.

    ●Many parks have been lost through overbuilding.

    ●Our fresh water supply is being overused by people who don’t save it.

    If you vote Roberta Chang for city council (议会), you vote for solutions!

    32. What can one get from Summer Surfing USA?

    A. Enjoy different interesting activities.           B. See movies with pop stars.

    C. Have a 15-day free surfing class.                  D. Surf across the USA.

    33. The questions in Hazel’s Personal Services are raised to _____.

    A. show common problems                       B. attract readers

    C. expect answers from readers                   D. carry out a public opinion survey

    34. We can infer from the text that Roberta Chang _____.

    A. has come up with new ideas to protect the environment

    B. has helped clean people’s houses in Cradville

    C. is competing for a position

    D. is a member of the government of Cradville

    35. The text is likely to appear in _____.

    A. a report         B. a history textbook          C. a travel guide         D. a newspaper

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:广告布告类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-08-20
    来源: 云南省云天化中学2016-2017学年高一下学期阶段检测(三)英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    Welcome to the SPORTS POD

    Are you looking for the lastest scores?

    Do you want more information about your favorite players?

    Would you like to connect with crazy fans just like you?

    Do you want to play the games as well as your favorite players?

    You’ve come to the right place! The SPORTS POD is the only sports website you’ll ever need.

    The SPORTS POD has more special parts than any other website out there, including:

    I        Live scores from baseball, football, basketball, soccer, tennis, volleyball, table tennis, and other sports around the world

    I        scoring advice that can help you improve your game

    I        message boards where you can share opinions with other fans

    I        personal home pages that allow you to follow the information of your favorite teams and players

    You are just ONE CLICK(点击) away!

    YES, join in right away!

    No thanks, not right now.

    «        New users can use the SPORTS POD completely FREE for the first 90 days of their membership(会员资格).

    21. What can we learn about the SPORTS POD?

       A. It’s the first sports website.

       B. It’s free for all its members.

       C. It was set up by some sports fans.

       D. It has information about lots of sports.

    22. What can sports fans do on the SPORTS POD?

    A. Get a ticket to watch their favorite game.

       B. Connect with their favorite players.

       C. Join in their favorite teams.

       D. Learn how to play sports better.

    23. What’s the main purpose of the text?

    A. To introduce different sports to people.

       B. To tell people to join in the SPORTS POD.

       C. To tell people how to be better players.

       D. To encourage people to do more exercise.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:广告布告类阅读
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    来源: 云南省云天化中学2016-2017学年高二下学期阶段检测(三)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Teens for planet Earth

    This is a social networking site for teenagers who want to get involved in protecting our planet. They can connect with other green-minded teens, choose a project or create their own. Teens for Planet Earth encourages young folks to get busy in their own communities. They offer guidance on local projects with categories such as habitats, animals, water and education. Awards are given to active members.

    Meez

    At Meez, teens can create their own avatars(头像), rooms and virtual pets. It is a social community of creative people that combines avatars, virtual worlds and games. Meez offers contests and chat as well as homework help, a fashion centre and a writers’ corner. A chat area for younger teens is available. Other areas are music, geek(极客) centre ,art and sports.

    Cyberteens

    Cyberteens is another cool site that celebrates the teen years. Here teenagers can find communities, games, and news. There is a link called “creativity” where teens can share their poems, stories, photos and artwork. The “cool links” section offers a huge variety of choices to curious teens. This site also has surveys and helps with jobs and schoolwork.

    Student.com

    Student.com is a resource site for teens and high school students. Its social network has over 900,000 members. Members earn points to win prizes just by browsing and they offer several multi-player games. Points are used to buy items at auction(拍卖会). Student.com is filled with useful information and articles.

    21. What is Teens for Planet Earth aimed at?

    A. Setting up a project.                            B. Giving awards to teens

    C. Getting young folks busy                         D. Giving advice on local projects.

    22. Which website offers assistance in jobs?

    A. Teens for planet Earth           B. Meez             C. Cyberteens       D. Student.com

    23. What makes Student.com special among these websites?

    A. It has the most members                          B. Teens can read articles on it.

    C. It offers help on schoolwork                     D. Teens can make purchases on it.

    24. What can we infer about the websites mentioned in the text?

    A. They provide game platform                   B. They benefit teens in their social life.

    C. They award outstanding teens                     D. They offer various study guidance

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:广告布告类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-08-20
    来源: 宁夏育才中学2016-2017学年度第二学期高二月考二

    Israeli Paintings—Israeli artist Menashe Kadishman will hold a personal show named “Flock of Sheep” from November 26 to December 20 at the China National Art Museum. On show are 550 colorful oil paintings of sheep heads.

    His works have been on show in the Metropolitan Museum in New York and Tate Gallery in London over the past 30 years.

    Time: 900 am.—400 pm., November 26—December 20.

    Place: China National Art Museum1 Wusi Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing.

    Tel: 6401­2252

    Russia Ballet—The Kremlin Ballet from Russia will perform two immortal classical ballets—“Swan Lake” and “The Nutcracker”—at the Beijing Beizhan Theatre. Set up in 1990, the theatre has a number of first­class ballet dancers with pride. Most of their performances are classical.

    Time715 pm., December 5 and 6(“Swan Lake” ); 715 pm., December 7(“The Nutcracker”)

    Place: Beizhan Theatre, Xiwai Street, Xicheng District, Beijing.

    Tel: 6605­3388

    Folk Concert—The Central Conservatory of Music(音乐学院)will hold a folk concert in memory of the late musician Situ Huacheng.

    On the programme are many popular folks such as “Moon Night on the Bamboo Tower”“Celebrating Harvest”“Deep and Lasting Friendship”“Golden Snake Dancers Wildly”and “Children's Holiday”

    Time: 730 pm., November 25.

    Place: Beijing Concert Hall, 1 Beixinhua Street.

    Tel: 6605­5812

    9If a child is very fond of dancing, his parent should take him to       

    AChina National Art Museum       BBeizhan Theatre

    CBeijing Concert Hall            D1 Wusi Street

    10 Menashe Kadishman is well known for painting       

    Adeer        Bbirds           Csheep            Dflowers

    11Which of the following is TRUE?

    AThe folk concert will last three days.

    BThe ballet “The Nutcracker” will be put on once.

    CThe Israeli paintings will be on show for a month.

    DChina National Art Museum lies in Xicheng District.

    12If you dial the telephone number 6605 ­ 3388 on Dec.8, you can        

    Ago to the folk concert          Bvisit the Art Museum

    Cwatch the ballet                Dnone of the above

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:广告布告类阅读
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    来源: 西藏林芝地区一中2016-2017学年高二下学期第二次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       There has been a dramatic increase in the number of natural disasters over the past few yearsand it is assumed that global warming and climate change could cause even more disasters in the future. Some of the world's leading cities are facing disasters like floods and heat waves.

    London

        London's flood defences are getting older. Since 1982, the Thames Barrier(水闸)has protected the city from the threat of floodingbut it was only designed to last until 2030 and close once every two or three years. About 21 years later the barrier now closes five or six times a year and according to Environment Agency predictions, by 2050 the barrier will be closed on almost every tide if the problem is not addressed.

        There are 26 underground stations, 400 schools, 16 hospitalsan airport and 80 billion worth of property in London's flood risk area, so large scale flooding would be disastrous.

    Paris

        Over a six-week period in July and August 2008more than 11400—mainly elderly people—died in France from dehydration (脱水) and extremely high body temperature in a deadly heat wave. Heat waves of similar intensity(强度)are expected every seven years by 2050, so what can be done to make sure such a disaster does not happen again?

        One solution is to have air-conditioners installed in elderly care homes. But this is considered a short-term solution, as the increase in demand for electricity also increases carbon emissions.

    In Paris the local authorities are encouraging architects to design new types of buildings such as the building “Flower Tower” which uses a covering of bamboo to act as a natural air-conditioner.

    Shanghai

        Shanghai is the fastest growing city on Earth. It has a population of 18 million and is only 4 meters above sea level. Sea levels are predicted to rise by 20 cm within the next century.

         An estimated 250,000 people move to Shanghai every year in search of work, placing extra demands on energy consumption. China relies heavily on coal-fired power stations, but these emissions increase temperatures and, in turn, warmer seas increase the risk of typhoons.

    31. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?

         A. Big Disasters in the Future

         B. Big Cities Facing Big Disasters

         C. The Increase of Natural Disasters

         D. Solutions to Natural Disasters

    32. What problem should be settled now in London?

         A. How to protect the city's property.

         B. Where to build its flood defences.

         C.How to use the Thames Barrier to protect the city.

         D. How to improve the function of the old flood defences.

    33. Which of the following measures can't solve the heat wave disaster in Paris?

          A. Forbidding the city to build “Flower Tower”

          B. Having air-conditioners installed in elderly care homes.

          C. Putting up new types of buildings with a covering of bamboo.

          D. Encouraging architects to design new types of buildings.

    34. The major threats to Shanghai are ________.

          A. rising sea levels and typhoons  

         B. extremely high temperature and rising sea levels

         C. increasing population and coal-fired power stations

          D. extra demands on energy consumption and typhoons

    35. The purpose of the passage is ________.

         A. to tell us how to protect the big cities

         B. to give advice on how to defend natural disasters

         C. to warn us of the increasing natural disasters in big cities

         D. to explain what causes flood and heat waves in big cities

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:广告布告类阅读
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-08-16
    来源: 天津市耀华中学2017届高三第一次校模拟考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Chinese Language and Culture Day Camp

    July 25-29, 2014

    Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. --- 3:30 p. m.

    For ages 7-16

    Location: Confucius Institute, 10 Park Street, Alfred

    Camp Fee:  $ 150 (includes lunch)

    Enrollment(注册) Deadline: July 11, 2014

    Program

    The AU Confucius Institute Chinese Language and Culture Day Camp offers a great introduction to Chinese language and culture in an exciting, fun-filled, interactive environment. The small-class format ensures that each camper gets enough individual attention This program features:

    . Chinese Language Classes    

    .Traditional Chinese arts   

    . Calligraphy               

    . Songs                    

    . Dance   

    . Games                    

    . Cooking

    . Daily supervised cafeteria-style lunch in the University Dining Hall

    Faculty(教员)

    Top quality instruction is provided by distinguished members of the AU Confucius Institute faculty who are experienced teachers, fluent in both English and Chinese.

    Who Can Attend?

    This week-long, day camp is for students aged 7-16 who wish to participate in a fun, dynamic summer experience in Chinese language and culture. For classes, students will be divided into younger and older age groups.

    Schedule

    Students must arrive at the Confucius Institute each day by 9:00 a.m.  and must be picked up at 3:30 p. m. Morning lessons will focus on Chinese language classes, while afternoons will be filled with hands-on cultural activities. Instructors will bring students to the Powell Campus Center dining hall for a supervised, cafeteria-style lunch each day.

    How to Enroll

    Please finish the enrollment form and return by July 11, with your $150 payment, Office of Summer Programs, Alfred University, Saxon Drive, Alfred, NY 14802. Checks should be made payable to Alfred Chinese Language and Culture Day CampUniversity. Major credit cards are also accepted. (If paying by credit card, feel free to fax enrollment form to us at 607-871-2045.)

    Cancellation(取消)Policy

    Full refunds(退款) will be made for cancellations received by 3:30 p. m. on July 22, 2014. We cannot make refunds to students who cancel after July 22 because the amount of materials purchased, meal counts and classroom spaces are based upon the number of students expected and cannot be changed after that time.

    Questions?

    For further information, please contact the Office of Summer Programs via email or by calling 607-871-2612.

    36. Why is the class in small size?

    A. To give each camper specific care.

    B. To charge a higher fee each camper.

    C. To save more room for more students.

    D. To create an interactive atmosphere.

    37. What CAN'T you learn in Chinese Language and Culture Day Camp?          

    A. Cooking.    

    B. Martial arts.  

    C. Crafts.  

    D. Traditional arts.

    38. It can be inferred that campers ___________.                            

    A. have to bring their own lunch each day 

    B. will learn about Chinese language all day

    C. should come to and leave the camp every day

    D. must stay in the camp for a week day and night

    39. If you want to get back you full fee, you have to cancel             .                  

    A. before 9:00. July 29

    B. before 9:00 a. m. July 11

    C. before 3:30 a. m. July 25        

    D. before 3:30 p. m. July 22

    40. What information can we learn from the text?                             

    A. Pay $ 15 before you enroll.   

    B. Teachers are mostly from China.

    C. You can fax your questions to the office.

    D. Students will be divided into groups by age.

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    来源: 天津市和平区2017届高三第四次质量调查(四模)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    The Adventure Guides Program 

    New Member Information for the Adventure Guides Program ( for children aged 4-12)

    What Is the Adventure Guides Program All about?

    The objectives of the program are:

    Fostering companionship and setting foundation for positive, lifelong relationships between parent and child

    Increased understanding of one another

    Expanded awareness of spirit, mind and body

    Great memories

    Fun!

    Parent and Child Will Be Joining…

    The nationwide affiliated(隶属的) program sponsored by local YMCA's and part of the National Council of YMCA's

    A smaller group of families called a "circle"

    What Is the Time Commitment?

    Program runs from October to May (ending with the Memorial Day Parade)

    One "circle" activity per month ( one circle decides on fees and dates)

    Additional all participant activities (scheduled by Wilton Family Y) -additional fees and registration required.

    Outing Dates: To Be Announced

    What Do I Do Now?

    Registration is on-going. Registration forms are available online under "Registration".

    You will be notified by the Wilton Family Y of which "circle" you and your child are in and who your "circle" leader is.

    You will be notified by your "circle" leader as to when your first parent/child "circle" meeting will take place.

    Fees:

    Participant: Full Child or Family member $110. 00 / Program member $200. 00

    Sibling(兄弟姐妹): Full child or Family member $75. 00 / Program member $150. 00

    Adult: Family member FREE / Program member $125. 00

    Wilton Family Y Contact Information:

    Geoff Malyszka Teen Director 762-8384 ext. 224

    E-mail: gmalyszka@wiltonymca.  org

    Kim Murphy Early Childhood Ed.  Director762-8384 ext. 214

    E-mail: kmurphy@wiltonymca.  Org

    36. The Adventure Guides Program will          .

    A. promote understanding between parents and children

    B. develop a lifelong friendship between members

    C. make members realize relationships between mind and body

    D. impress members with great memories and enjoyment

    37. Which of the following is true about "circle"?

    A. You and your children will make up a "circle".

    B. A "circle" activity will be held once a month. 

    C. You have the right of choosing your "circle" leader.

    D. You are free to choose to become a member of a "circle".

    38. If you are adult family member, how much must you pay?

    A. $ 110.00  

    B. $ 75.00

    C. Free

    D. $ 150.00

    39. What information can you get from the passage?

    A. There is no extra fees for additional all participant activities.

    B. The program will be held only in October and May

    C. You can register just by making a call to 762-8384 ext. 224.

    D. It has not been decided yet when you will go out.

    40. The passage is mainly written for _____.

    A. parents and their children

    B. adventurous travelers

    C. international students

    D. children with bad memories

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:广告布告类阅读
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    来源: 四川省三台中学2016-2017学年高一下学期第二次月考(5月)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Hampton Court Motor Cruiser

    16 Hampton Court Road       TEL:208-977-1728

    Hampton Court Motor Cruiser is a boat docked on the River Thames. Facilities(设施) include heating, Smart TV and Wi-Fi. The price per stay also includes the free use of a 4-seat electric boat and barbecue facilities. There is no staff at all on board during your stay.

    Hilton London Green Park

    4-6 Half Moon Street        TEL:207-629-7522

    Hilton London Green Park stays in the heart of London. It features modern rooms with air conditioning. Wi-Fi is available in public areas and is free of charge. There is also a cocktail bar on site. All children are welcome.

    Arbor City

    12 Osborn Street            TEL:207-247-3313

    Arbor City Hotel is just next to the Whitechapel Art Gallery. It offers free Wi-Fi and 24-hour room service. Air-conditioned rooms feature a TV, a safe and a shower. Parking is available on site and costs GBP 24 per day. For an additional charge, the hotel offers various breakfast options: English breakfast, Continental breakfast, Vegan and Dairy-free breakfast. The hotel is 10 minutes’ tube ride from the West End.

    Abercorn House Hostel

    28-0 Bute Gardens           TEL:203-696-0215

    Abercorn House Hostel is located just a 3-minute walk from Hammersmith Underground Station, with a 24-hour front desk. Guests can stay in rooms or dormitories fitted with a wardrobe. Some come with a shower, while others offer access to a shared bathroom. They can also use a shared kitchen to prepare their meals. Wi-Fi is available and costs GBP 1 per hour. Non-smoking throughout.

    21.Where can guests stay if they have special requirements for breakfast?

    A. 28-30 Bute Gardens                               B. 12 Osborn Street

    C. 4-6 Half Moon Street                             D. 16 Hampton Court Road

    22.Which of the following can offer a river-view?

    A. Arbor City                                       B. Abercorn House Hostel

    C. Hilton London Green Park                         D. Hampton Court Motor Cruiser

    23.Which number should a couple with a baby and a dog call if they want to book a room?

    A. 207-629-7522                                 B. 208-977-1728

    C. 207-247-3313                                 D. 203-696-0215

    24.How is Abercorn House Hostel different from the rest?

    A. It has non-smoking rooms                         B. It provides rooms with separate kitchens

    C. It has air-conditioned rooms                     D. It charges Wi-Fi service

    25.This passage is     .

    A. a notice             B. an announcement      C. an advertisement         D. an invitation

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:广告布告类阅读
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    来源: 四川省绵阳东辰国际学校2016-2017学年高二下学期6月第一次周测英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    When travelling abroad, your safest bet is to limit gestures as much as possible. However, you may find that your gestures happen out of habit. Understanding appropriate gestures of the country you’re visiting may prevent you from communicating the wrong message. In North America, eye contact communicates to the speaker that you’re interested and listening. In Asia, people look away to concentrate on what the speaker is saying. Taking the time to get yourself familiar with the gestures of the country you’re visiting will help you connect with the people of the foreign environment.

    Gestures in Brazil

    Much like the Italian culture, a Brazilian snaps his fingers(打响指)and uses exaggerated(夸张的)hand movements when stressing a statement. The sense of warmth and friendliness with each other is shown through the gesture of eye contact when communicating and standing close together in lineups or when talking to each other. Communicating a greeting is more than the gesture of a handshake, but also involves the touch of the forearm.

    Gestures in China

    China is affected by Confucius’ way of thinking, which is reflected through its reserved culture. You communicate a greeting in China with the gesture of a slight nod and bow. To communicate respect, you keep your head lowered. In China, the gesture of standing close during a conversation prevents having to communicate with a raised voice. A person will communicate his surprise during a conversation with the gesture of breathing in air loudly, rather than a loud outburst.

    Gestures in Russia

    Gestures considered common to Americans may be considered rude in Russia. The American gesture to communicate “okay”, with the forefinger and thumb touching and three fingers up, is considered rude in Russia. Looking at your watch is a rude gesture communicating impatience. Russians also feel upset about the gesture of communicating directions by pointing.

    Gestures in India

    Gestures used in India represent its traditional culture. In India, the gesture of holding out the hand to communicate giving or receiving must be done with the right hand as a person in India uses his left hand for washing. The gesture of communicating respect at a religious ceremony is done by removing your shoes. The proper way of communicating direction is to use either the whole hand or by using your chin. The proper form of communicating a greeting is to press the palms(手掌)together with fingers upward and say, “Namaste”.

    1. In China people stand close while talking to ________.

       A. avoid a loud voice                                   B. show their surprise

       C. exchange greetings                                         D. express their respect

    2. Which of the following is considered bad manners in India?   

       A. Receiving gifts with the left hand.             B. Using the whole hand to show the way.

       C. Removing shoes at religious ceremonies.   

    D. Pressing the palms together upward while greeting.

    3. In which country is looking at the watch considered impolite during communication ?

       A. Brazil.                 B. Russia.                     C. India.                              D. China.

    4. The passage is mainly about ________.

       A. some traveling tips for visitors                        B. the advantages of using body language

       C. some gestures in communication              D. the comparison between different cultures

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    Welcome to Adventure Land!

    Everyone loves Adventure Land!The Parks and Exhibitions were built for you to explore,enjoy,and admire their wonders.Every visit will be an unforgettable experience.You will go away enriched,longing to come back.What are you going to do this time?

    The Travel Pavilion

    Explore places you have never been to before,and experience different ways of life.

    Visit the Amazon jungle village,the Turkish market,the Tai floating market,the Berber mountain house and others.Talk to the people there who will tell you about their lives,and things they make.You can try making a carpet, making nets,fishing...

    The Future Tower

    This exhibition shows how progress will touch our lives.It allows us to look into the future and explore the cities of the next century and the way we'll be living then.Spend some time in our space station and climb into our simulator (模拟装置) for the Journey to Mars!

    The Nature Park

    This is not really one park but several.

    In the Safari Park you can drive among African animals in one of our Range Cruisers: see lions,giraffes, elephants in the wild.Move on to the Ocean Park to watch the dolphins and whales.And then there is still the Aviary to see...

    The Pyramid

    This is the center of Adventure Land.Run out of film,need some postcards and stamps?For all these things and many more,visit our underground shopping center.Come here for information and ideas too.

    29.The Travel Pavilion is built to help visitors      .

    A.realize the importance of travelling                           B.become familiar with mountain countries

    C.learn how to make things such as fishing nets         D.learn something about different places in the world

    30.If you are interested in knowing about what people's life will be,you may visit      .

    A.the Travel Pavilion       B.the Safari Park          C.the Future Tower      D.the Pyramid

    31.If you want to get a toy lion to take home,where will you most likely go?

    A.The Pyramid.                    B.The Nature Park.                   C.The Future Tower.         D.The Travel Pavilion.

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    来源: 四川省成都市第七中学2017届高三6月高考热身考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Big messaging apps abroad

    While WeChat is China’s biggest mobile messaging app, there are many equivalent apps in other countries that offer similar features.

    WhatsApp (US)

    Users: more than 300 million

    Platforms: Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry

    Features: Text chat, push-to-talk, file sharing, location sharing

    With more than 300 million active users, WhatsApp is one of WeChat’s biggest competitors. Developed by two ex-Yahoo employees in 2009, WhatsApp originally focused on text chat, but on Aug. 6 it also started push-to-talk service. It’s noted for its accessibility, ease of use and the absence of adverts. The service is free for the first year, after which $0.99 (6.06 yuan) is charged for a one-year subscription.

    Kakao Talk (South Korea)

    Users: more than 100 million

    Platforms: Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and Bada (an operating system developed by Samsung)

    Features: Text chat, group chat, push-to-talk, group calls, file sharing

    With more than 100 million users in more than 230 countries, Kakao Talk is a multi-platform texting application that allows users to send and receive messages for free. With Kakao Talk, users can message each other one-on-one or in group chats with unlimited numbers of friends. You can also choose from more than 250 animated emoticons and share them with friends.

    Line (Japan)

    Users: more than 200 million

    Platforms: Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and PC

    Features: Text chat, group chat, push-to-talk, file sharing, location sharing, gaming, stickers

    Line tops the list of the most downloaded free apps in 52 countries. Apart from text and voice messaging, Line provides its users with more than 250 original stickers and emoticons to buy from its own shop. In the first quarter of 2013 alone, it made $17 million just from stickers. The popular app also allows friends to battle each other in the LINE Game.

    21. Compared with the other two apps, which of the following features makes Line stand out?

       A. Group mobile games.                 B. Free emoticons.

       C. Free download of the app.              D. Text and group chat.

    22. Which of the statements is TRUE according to the passage?

       A. Users can always send and receive messages for free with WhatsApp.

       B. Users can share files with any of the three apps.

       C. Kakao Talk frees users from unwanted advertisements.

       D. Line ranks first in the list of the most downloaded apps in 52 countries.

    23. In which part of the newspaper may this article be found?

       A. Advertisement.     B. Economy and Finance.

       C. Entertainment.     D. Science and Technology.

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    来源: 上海市七宝中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Chinese Emoji(表情符号) Circles the Global

        “Funny”, a made-in-China emoji, seems to have recently moved beyond just China. Now, it is more than an emoji – it is a cultural expansion.

    >   Reaching global markets111]

        A series of “funny”emoji-based bolsters(抱枕) have attracted the attention of Japanese customers through Amazon Japan, an online shopping centre.

    Even if one bolster is more than three times as expensive as in China – it doesn’t kill their desires to buy it.One Japanese customer Miki said,“They are just so cute and I bought three bolsters at one time for my family. And every time I see them, my mood just brightens suddenly.”

    >   Addition to domestic social media

        Compared with Japanese people’s impressions of the “funny” emoji, Chinese netizens prefer to use the emoji to tease one another on social media.

        One commonly seen online comment is: “We strongly suggest stopping the usage of the emoji. Because every time other people send me the emoji, I feel very uncomfortable and consider myself as a fool.”

        Regarded as the most popular emoji, the “funny” emoji has received much attention since its release in 2013.In fact, the “funny” emoji is the updated version of its original one; “funny” has a smiley mouth, two eyebrows and naughty look. All these characteristics present users a sense of irony.

    >   In everyday use abroad1111]

        It is not the first time the Chinese emoji takes the world stage. Earlier this year, one emoji from the Chinese basketball celebrity Yao Ming has been spread through the Middle East region. In a city in southern Egypt, Yao’s smiling emoji has emerged frequently in local traffic signs to remind people the road ahead is one-way. Many locals do not know Yao Ming but are familiar with his emoji and nickname “Chinese Funny Face”.

    As a new online language, emojis have become an necessary part of people’s daily life, helping people express their views in a more vivid and precise fashion. Also, it can help foreigners learn about Chinese culture But how to properly use “the fifth innovation in China” without hurting others and how to turn them into commercial advantages still need answers.

    66.Why do the bolsters attract a Japanese customer named Miki’ attention?

    A.They are unreasonably expensive.

    B.They help Brighten the mood.

    C.They help reach an agreement.

    D.They are helpful to express desire.

    67.According to the passage, which of the following is the latest “funny” emoji?

    68.Emojis are so popular worldwide mainly because people use them to _____.

    A.express their views more vividly.

    B.Present their sense of Irony.

    C.Imply very complicated meanings properly.

    D.Tease one another on social media purposely

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    来源: 上海师范大学附属中学2017届高三第三次模拟考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A   http:/www.literacynet.org/cnnsf/

    Fantastic site from CNN. Over 50 news stories categorized under headings such as crime, environment and adventure. Each story has a range of activities focusing on comprehension and vocabulary, mostly of the multiple-choice variety.

    B   http:/www.npr.org/

    NPR is an American radio network with an extensive audio archive---an excellent source of authentic English.

    C   http;/www.humorlinks.com/

    Hilarious site bringing together over 7,000 links to humor of every kind, from American comedy to Australian cartoons. Here you will see the funniest jokes and pictures from all over the world.

    D   http:/www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/audiointerviews/

    Hundreds of fascinating interviews with famous people from every walk of life: action, cartoons, musicians, painters, philosophers, political activists, scientists and writers.

    E   http:/www.bbc.co.uk./music.listen

    Lots of online music from classical to jazz, from blues to rap. You can listen to radio programs or select a range of special features.

    F   http:/www.onestopenglish.com

    Here you will find listening activities--updated each month--from the online magazine from Macmillan.

    60. http:/www.literacynet.org/cnnsf/ is a website intended for those who______.

    A. are learning English.

    B. are writing news stories.

    C. are interested in environment protection.

    D. are designing activities for newspapers.

    61. For someone who is doing a project on this year’s Nobel Prize winner,______will be the most suitable websites to turn to.

    A. http:/www.onestopenglish.com

    B. http;/www.humorlinks.com/

    C. http:/www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/audiointerviews/

    D. http:/www.bbc.co.uk./music.listen

    62. Which of the following might be the best title of the passage?

    A. How to Choose a Suitable Website.

    B. This Week’s Web Guide.1111]

    C. Web Radio: New Access to Information.

    D. Special Features from Famous Websites.

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    来源: 陕西省黄陵中学高新部2017届高三下学期考前模拟(二)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Chester City Library offers a range of Library Special Needs Services to people who don’t have access to our library service in the usual way. As long as you live in Chester City, we’ll provide a wide range of library services and resources including:

    ● Large printed and ordinary printed books

    ● Talking books on tape and CD

    ● DVDs and music CDs

    ● Magazines

    ● Reference and information requests

    Home delivery service

        Let us know what you like to read and we will choose the resources for you. Our staff will deliver the resources to your home for free. We also provide a service where we can choose the resources for you or someone instead of you choose the things from the library. You can also choose the resources you need personally.

        Talking books and captioned videos

        The library can provide talking books for people who are unable to use printed books because of eye diseases. You don’t have to miss out on reading any more when you can borrow talking books from the library. If you have limited hearing which prevents you from enjoying movies, we can provide captioned videos for you at no charge.

        Languages besides English

        We can provide books in a range of languages besides English. If possible, we will request these items from the State Library of NSW, Australia.

        How to join?

        Contact the Library Special Needs Coordinator to register or discuss if you are eligible(合适的) for any of the services we provide ---Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9am ---5pm on 4297 2522 for more information.

    21. Library Special Needs Services are meant for_____.

       A. those who are fond of reading

       B. people living in Chester City with an illness or disability

       C. only those who have walking disabilities

       D. those who can’t get medical help in Chester City

    22. What can we learn from the passage?

    A. Few entertaining resources are offered here.

    B. People with limited hearing have to pay for captioned videos.

    C. Books with different languages are available.

    D. People have to choose what they need by themselves.

    23. To get home delivery service, you must_______.

    A. only choose printed books     B. have others choose the resources for you

    C. pay the library ahead of time   D. register ahead of time

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    来源: 陕西省黄陵中学2017届高三(重点班)下学期考前模拟(二)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       Passport Control

    If you are arriving at London Heathrow Airport and are not transferring to another flight outside Britain or Northern Ireland, you must pass through Passport Control and Customs immediately after leaving your plane. If you are not British or a citizen of the European Community, you must fill out a special form before your passport is examined. This form is called a landing card and should be given to you during the flight to London.

    After landing, follow the AKRIVALS signs. Make sure you are in the right channel when you reach Passport Control. There is one channel for holders of European Community passports, and a second channel marked "Other Passports".

    Baggage Reclaim (行李领取) Area

    After passing through Passport Control, follow the signs to the Baggage Reclaim Area. If you have luggage which was carried in the aircraft: along with other cargo, it will be delivered to you in the Baggage Reclaim Area. Look for the sign with your flight number. If you have only hand luggage, go directly through the Baggage Reclaim Area to Customs.

    Customs

         All passengers must pass through Customs after Passport Control. There is a choice of two channels, Green and Red. If you have nothing to declare, go through the Green Channel. If you are not sure about your Duty Free allowances (免税额), or if you have something to declare, go through the Red Channel. Information about Duty Free allowances can be found on special notice-boards in the Baggage Reclaim Area. You should study this information carefully whether you are going through the Red Channel or not. Please note that if you go through the Green Channel, you may be stopped and asked to open your luggage for inspection.

    25. When a Chinese traveller is arriving at Heathrow Airport for a trip in London, he must _______.

    A. fill out a landing card first

    B. pass through Customs before Passport Control

    C. walk through the Red Channel

    D. immediately reclaim his baggage after landing

    26. Those who are not sure about their Duty Free allowances ________.

    A.can do as those who have nothing to declare

    B. need to go through the Green Channel

    C. will be asked to open the luggage for inspection

    D. can check the information in the Baggage Reclaim Area

    27. Which of the following travellers DO NOT have to go through Passport Control and Customs?

    A. People travelling straight to London.           

    B. Holders of European Community passports.

    C. Passengers transferring to a city in Ireland.   

    D. Passengers only with some hand luggage.

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    来源: 陕西黄陵重点班月考试.doc

    Advertisement A

                     WE NEED DISTRIBUTORS AGED 13 + IN ALL AREAS

        Would  you like the opportunity to earn extra eash close to home? If  so we have a vacancy(空缺职位) in our team of local distributors which would suit you. Both adults and youngsters aged 13 + are required to deliver your local free paper.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION TEUNIONE 0196 -675898

    Advertisement B

                     PAYROLL CONTROLLER LANCIJESTER FISH

                     Must be able to work on own initiative (主动性).

                     High degree of computer literacy required.

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                  Write with full CV and two referees to: Lanchester Fish

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    Advertisement C

                            THE KINGDOM COUNTRY CLUB

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    21. Which advertisement is offering more than one job?

        A. Advertisement A.               B. Advertisement B.

        C. Advertisement C.               D. Advertisement D.

    22. How can you contact the employer if you want a job with computers?

        A. By calling 0196-675898.

        B. By calling 0196-436211.

        C. By calling 0196-887323.

        D. By writing to Lanchester Fish 15 Collings Lane LA5 8RU.

    23. What job will you apply for if you want to work in an international company?

        A. A bar manager.             B. An insurance seller.   

    C. A payroll controller.      D. A newspaper distributor.

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    来源: 山西省临汾第一中学2017届高三全真模拟英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Bicycle Safety

    Operation  Always ride your bike in a safe, controlled manner on campus. Obey rules and regulations. Watch out for walkers and other bicyclists, and always use your lights in dark conditions.

    Theft Prevention Always securely lock your bicycle to a bicycle rack---even if you are only away for a minute. Register your bike with the University Department of Public Safety. It's fast, easy, and free. Registration permanently records your serial number, which is useful in the possible recovery of the bike stolen.

    Equipment.

    Brakes  Make sure that they are in good working order and adjusted properly.

     

    Helmet  A necessity, make sure your helmet meets current safety standards and fit 

    properly.

    Lights   Always have a front headlight---visible at least 500 feet in front of the bike. A taillight is a good idea.

    Rules of the Road

    Riding on Campus  As a bicycle rider, you have a responsibility to ride only on streets and posted bicycle paths. Riding on sidewalks or other walkways can lead to a fine. The speed limit for bicycles on campus is 15mph, unless otherwise posted. Always give the right of ways to walkers. If you are involved in an accident, you are required to offer appropriate aid, call the Department of Public Safety and remain at the scene until the officer lets you go.

    Bicycle Parking  Only park in areas reserved for bikes. Trees, handrails, hallways, and sign posts are not for bicycle parking, and parking in such posts can result in a fine.

    If Things Go Wrong

    If you break the rules, you will be fined. Besides violating rules while riding bicycles on campus, you could be fined for:

    No bicycle registration---------------------------------------------------$25

     Bicycle parking banned--------------------------------------------------$30

     Blocking path with bicycle ---------------------------------------------$40

     Violation of bicycle equipment requirement -------------------------$35

    21. Registration of your bicycle may help you _____________.

    A. find y our stolen bicycle         B. get your serial number

    C. receive free repair services       D. settle conflicts with walkers

    22. According to the passage, what bike equipment is a free choice for bicycle riders?

    A. Brakes.     B. A helmet.         C. A headlight.         D.A taillight.

    23. When you ride a bicycle on the campus, ___________.

    A. ride on posted bicycle paths and sidewalks

    B. cycle at a speed of over 15 mph

    C. put the walkers' right of way first     

    D. call the police before leaving in a case of accident

    24. If you lock your bicycle to a tree on the campus, you could be fined _________.

    A. $25     B. $30    C. $35     D. $40

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    来源: 山西省怀仁县第一中学2016-2017学年高二下学期第三次(5月)月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    NO PLANS FOR THE HOLIDAYS?

    Special Story Time for All Lower Primary Pupils

    SCHOOL LIBRARY

    READING ROOM

    June 6,2 p.m---3 p.m,

    Mr.Stephen Keene will impress you with stories from his famous New Kids Next Block series.

    FREE ADMISSION

    LEARN HOW TO PLAY THE GUITAR IN 4 EASY LESSONS!

    Venue: Music Room

    Time: 9 a.m---12 p.m

    Dates: June 6,13,20,27

    Instructor: Miss Katsumi from Japan

    Fees: $ 40 for 4 lessons *

    ($ 20 for members of the school band and school choir)

    Register with Mrs.Mary Mi,the Choir Mistress,NOW.

    *It is compulsory(强制性的) for students who sing up to attend ALL four lessons.

    JOIN THE GEOGRAPHY CLUB'S TWILIGHT CRUISE(黄昏巡游)

    June 19,5 p.m---8 p.m

    ·View Singapore's wonderful skyline by night.

    ·Cruise past Kusu Island and Pulau Tekukor (Dove Island)

    ·Enjoy a great dinner under the starlit sky.

    HURRY! VACANCIES(空缺) ONLY FOR THE 1ST 20 PUPILS WHO SING UP.

    Get your consent forms(同意书) from Miss Yu and return the forms with your payment($20) by 30 May.

    * If there are more than 20 pupils interested in the cruise,priority (优先权) will be given to Geography Club*

    21.A pupil who prefers not to spend any money can go for______.

    A.the cruise                              B.the guitar lessons          C.the school choir                    D.story time

    22.Who will conduct the guitar lessons?

    A.The band instructor.                     B.The choir mistress.         C.Mr.Stephen Keene.         D.An invited guest.

    23.To go for the cruise,pupils need to ______.

    A.be Geography Club members      B.pay $30                          C.have some form filled            D.know how to swim

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    来源: 山东省淄博市第七中学2016-2017学年高一6月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Four books that will inspire you to travel around the world

     There's truly nothing like travel when it comes to gaining perspective(远景)and exposing yourself to other cultures. To get you in the adventuring mood, we asked Amazon Senior Editor Chris Schluep to help us come up with a list of books that transport readers to another time and place. Below, see his list of four books that will inspire you to travel the world. For more information, please click Amazon. com.

    SEATTLE: Where You'd Go, Bernadette?

    Price: $16.73

        Maria Semple's first novel is not exactly a love story to Seattle, but if you read it you just might want to come here to see if people are really as self-involved as the characters in her book. What really shines through is the strange storytelling and the laughs. Buy it on Amazon.

    ITALY: Beautiful Ruins

    Price: $16.29

    This book written by the popular author Jess Walters is a love story that begins on the Italian Coast in the early 60s and eventually appears on the screen in Hollywood. With the settings of the background from Italy to Edinburgh to Los Angeles, you will find yourself longing to go as well. Buy it on Amazon.

    ENGLAND: Wolf Hall

    Price: $15.57

    You can't travel to Thomas Cromwell's England without a time machine, but reading Hilary Mantel's prize-winning novel is the next best thing. It will make you long to see the ancient buildings and green grass of the English countryside, much of which is still there. Buy it on Amazon.

    NANTUCKET: Here's to Us

    Price: $17.16

    Elin Hilderbrand has built a writing career out of writing about her hometown island of Nantucket. Her latest is Here's to Us, which, perhaps not surprisingly, is a great beach read.

    21. Whose book has been made into a film according to the text?

      A. Hilary Mantel’s.                   B. Jess Walters’.

      C. Maria Semple’s.                    D. Elin Hilderbrand’s.

    22. What can you buy if you have only $32?

      A. Beautiful Ruins and Where You’d Go, Bernadette.

      B. Where You’d Go, Bernadette and Wolf Hall.

      C. Beautiful Ruins and Wolf Hall.

      D. Wolf Hall and Here’s to Us.

    23. What do the four books have in common?

      A. They have the same price.

      B. They have the similar content.

      C. They have the similar background.

      D. They have the same place of sales.

    24. Where does the text probably come from?

      A. A website.    B. A magazine.   C. A newspaper.       D. A textbook.

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