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    来源: 上海市七宝中学2017届高三5月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A. Unfortunately, there aren’t nearly enough trained genetics counselors to handle the coming upsurge in demand for this type of information.

    B. Adults cannot do much to alter their biological lot, but what if parents could examine their unborn child’s genome?

    C. Cancer has become the first killer these years. That’s why people tend to take overtreatment with the knowledge of family history.

    D. Another fear is that a customer without discussing with genetics counselor can receive information via the Internet about a multifold greater risk of breast cancer.

    AB. Another problem arises whether it is moral to chose to stop pregnancy because of the genome problem.

    AC. Attitudes toward child rearing might change along with the new technology.

    1) In a few years you will be able to order a transcript of your entire genetic code for less than $1,000. ____67____Two different university laboratories have developed test that will reveal the entirety of a baby’s genetic code using just a blood sample from the mother plus a drop of saliva(唾液)from the father.

    2) Prenatal(出生前的) whole-genome sequencing will provide volumes of information beyond the currently available tests exclusively for genetic disorders such as Down’s syndrome or Tay-Saches disease. The three billion units of code furnished in the new tests will also dwarf(使……相形见的) the relative trickle(零散)of information provided by consumer gene-testing services such as 23andMe, which currently look only at perhaps about one million locations in the genome.

    3)____68____Without careful panning, the new prenatal genetics might rob a child of the chance to make decisions best left until adulthood---whether or not to learn, for instance, if a mutation(突变)predicts the inevitability of Huntington’s disease 20 years hence.

    4)_____69_____. Similar laissez0faire(放住)action to prenatal whole-genome testing could portend(预示)tragedy.

    5)Ultimately certain agency will need to develop a comprehensive policy on prenatal whole genome testing. Bioethics scholars wrote an analysis last summer that calls on the medical community to develop a guide to the most relevant genomic data for future parents. ___70___Without access to a much higher level of refined expertise, the secrets of our offspring’s genetic code will continue to remain an unnerving cipher---or worse.

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    来源: 上海市七宝中学2017届高三5月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A. eventually    B. production   C. Negative   D. involving   AB. positive    AC. employing

    AD. constantly   BC. response    BD. reverse    CD. relaxation    ABC. function

      By now, how the immune system is affected by stress has been discovered. In one study, ___31___500 couples, those who showed very unfriendly behavior during a 30-minute discussion about marriage problems had lower immune functioning for 24-hour period following the experiment than people who showed less ___32___behavior. It is not just stress that can do damage. One researcher though that if the same cold virus was put under two different noses, the person who is depressed or anxious would be more likely to develop the cold. How can stress and related emotions contribute to poor health?

      These feelings can cause the __33___of substances that damage or weaken our immure cells. Negative emotion can also cause our bodies to produce fewer substances that __34___help fight off disease. If stress, depression, anger and other negative feelings can make you more likely to get sick, can the ___35____be true? Will you have a stronger immune__36___and greater health if you are happier, less stressed? Experts believe that the answer is yes. There are studies showing that by __-37___certain mind-body techniques that help reduce stress and improve outlook, cancer patients can live longer. And cancer patients aren’t the only ones who can benefit. Research has found that when patients with chronic pain use ____38___therapies and other techniques to deal with discomfort, they reduced their visits to the doctors by 36%. Relaxation produces better health through deep rhythmic breathing, muscle loosening and a slower heart rate. When some of the pressure is taken out of the body, they entire immune system will ___39___much better. Relaxation decreases blood pressure and heart rate. That is important because a body that is ___40___under pressure will exhaust.

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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

    A. Homework is a dominant part of going to school.

    B. Luckily, you can do a few things to do less homework.

    C. When you start your homework, deal with the hardest tasks first.

    D. But if you’re really concentrating, waIt until it’s a good time to stop.

    AB. And no teacher still believe that “chewed by the dog” line-- even when it’s true.

    AC. In conclusion, no one is excepted to stay long, and people have very different learning styles.

       Do arithmetic problems 15 trough 25. State the different forms of the verbs on page 50 of your English workbook. Recite the whole passage of the Peacock Flies to the Southeast, and don’t forget to fill in the missing chemical symbols on the worksheet.

       Sound like a list of your homework for the next few nights--- or maybe even just for tonight (82)____ It’s your teachers’ way of evaluating how much you understand what’s going on in class. It helps strengthen important concepts.

        (83)_______ It’s inviting to start with the easy things to get them out of the way. However, you will have the most energy and focus when you begin, so it’s best to us this mental power on the subjects that are most challenging which without a doubt should be English. Later, when you are more tired, you can focus on the simpler things like maths. If you get stuck on a problem, try to figure it out as well as you can-- but don’t spend too much time on it because this can mess up your homework schedule for the rest of the night. Most people’s attention spans aren’t very long, so take some breaks while doing your homework. Sitting for too long without relaxing will make you less productive than if you stop every so often. Taking a 15-minute break every hour is a good idea for most people. (84)_______.

       Once your homework is done, you can check over it if you have extra time. Be sure to put it safely away in your backpack---there’s nothing worse than having a completed assinment that you can’t find the next morning or that gets ruined by a careless brother or sister.(85)_______ Now you’re free to hang out.

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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

    A. adequacy    B.discipline    C.missed    D.challenge    AB.accessible    AC.employ

    AD.persuasive   BC.ironically   BD.unrealistically   CD.profound   ABC.eliminating111.Com]

    Whether we’re buying a pair of running shoes, reading a certain book, or even selecting a life partner , everyday decisions--from the ordinary and typically unexciting to the (41)______challenges of balancing career, family, and individual needs--have become increasingly complicated due to the overwhelming(42)______of choice with which we are presented.

    We assume that more choices should mean better options and greater satisfaction. But (43)______the considerable amount of choice causes people to become helpless and dissatisfied. So beware of choice overload. Beyond a certain number of choices, the law of diminishing marginal utility(边际效应) begins to take effects. Choices overload can make you (44)______ the decisions you make before you even make them, it can set you up for (45)______high expectations, and it can make you blame yourself for any and all failures.

    In his beautifully-reasoned book The Paradox of Choice, Barry Schwartz explains why too much of a good thing has proven harmful to our psychological and emotional well-being. The case he makes for a correlation between our emotional state and what he calls the “the tyranny(暴政) of choice” is fairly(46)______. Schwartz illustrates well how our choices have expanded, how our demands for perfection have increased and how we suffer as a result---from regret and feelings of asking for more. He makes the counter-intuitive case that(47)______choices can greatly reduce the stress, anxiety, and busyness of our lives. In (48)______, engaging language, he offers practical steps for how to limit choices to a manageable number, have the (49)______ to focus on the important ones and ignore the rest. And if you can(50)______those approaches, ultimately you will derive greater satisfaction from the choices you do make.

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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

    A. conventional   B. contribution   C. record   D. mean   AB. featured   AC. burst 

    AD. delivered   BC. securing    BD. rarely    CD. tuition   ABC. potentially

        It has taken him long, but eventually he did it – at 31, Wayne Rooney became the all time (31)____goa lscorer for Manchester United, surpassing Sir Bobby Charlton. 250 goals in 546 matches at 175 minutes per goal ratio is no (32)____ achievement. And yet with Rooney, there is always a feeling that he could have done more.

        Rooney left such an unforgettable impression when he first (33) ____on to the scene that we often tend to undervalue his gradual transformation into a complete forward. We often fail to acknowledge what a tremendous team player he is. Rooney is one player who has always (34)____ when it mattered most. He is a hero. Maybe, a flawed one.

        Under Sir Alex Ferguson, United made it a habit of winning late. Old Trafford became the central cathedral of Europe that taught the art of scoring late and (35)____ victories. And most of the time, Rooney(36)____as the main man to execute the killing job to perfection. He scored 101 goals for United after the 60th minute, of which 55 goals have come in the final 15 minutes. 30 of those have come as winners.

        The England captain(37)____ could have added more goals to his tally had he played as a leading striker throughout his career for United. Ferguson, who signed him from Everton in 2004, felt that Rooney could serve the club in a better way than by being a (38)____ striker. It is under his expert (39)____ that Rooney became a more accomplished forward. In the process of his transformation, he lost pace and cutting edge, but his overall development took a new height.

    He is a hero. Maybe, a flawed one. After all, Rooney has been a great servant for the club. And he should be remembered for his great (40)____ to United’s success.

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    来源: 上海市建平中学2016-2017学年高二下学期英语第四单元同步测试 Word版含答案.doc

    A. Attraction  B. originally  C. enthusiastically  D. command  E. satisfy

    F. favorable   G. approval   H. treasured      I. viewed     J. developed 

    K. considerable

    Public image doesn't make money directly, nor is it anything visible. However, excellent public image is such an important thing that it is   19   desired by every company, enterprise, institution, etc. Public image refers to how a company is   20    by its customers, suppliers, and stockholders (股东), by the financial community, by the communities where it operates, and by federal and local governments. Public image is controllable to   21  extents, just as the           product, price, place, and promotional efforts are.

    A firm's public image plays a vital role in the   22   of the firm and its products to employees, customers, and to such outsiders as stockholders, suppliers, creditors (贷款方), government officials, as well as different special groups. With some things it is impossible to23                all the different publics: for example, a new highly automated plant may meet the  24    of creditors and stockholders. However, it will undoubtedly find resistance from employees who see their jobs threated. On the other hand, high quality products and service standards should bring almost complete approval, while low quality products and false claims would be widely looked down upon.

       A firm's public image, if it is good, should be   25    . It is a valuable strength that usually is built up over a long and satisfying relationship of a firm with publics. If a firm has  26   a quality image, this is not easily imitated by competitors. Such an image may enable a firm to charge higher prices, to win the best distributors, to attract the best employees, to expect the most    27   creditor relationships and lowest borrowings costs. It should also allow the firm’s stock to   28     higher price-earnings ratio(比例) than other firms in the same industry with such a good reputation and public image.

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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. action     B. admiration     C. adopted     D. changed     E. personal

    F. plain       G. practicality    H. published    I. recognized   J. unhappy   K. weird

    Why People Use Pseudonyms(艺名)

    You can’t choose the name given at birth, but in many countries you can change it legally when you reach adulthood. Of course, most people never change their names even if they feel (31)_____ about them. However, some people do take this course of (32)______- particularly artists! What makes an artist want to change their name? Sometimes it’s for purely (33)______ reasons, such as the Nobel Prize winning poet from Chile, Neftali Reyes. He didn’t want his father to know he was writing poems, so he changed his name to Pablo Nenda when he was a young man. At other times the reason may appear (34)______; take the case of Portuguese poet Femando Pessoa, who wrote under 75 different names. The reason? “When I use a different name, I always write in a different way,” he explained. In most cases, however, people do it for social, historical, political, or cultural reasons. Here are some of the most common:1111]

    The person’s name is just too long and difficult to remember. Let’s be honest, Madonna Louise Ciccone is not as easy to remember as just (35)______ “Madonna”. And short names are easier to remember. William Bradley became Brad Pitt and Edson Arantes do Nascimento became Pele.

    Sometimes names are changed for marketing purpose. For example, if a name sounds too foreign, it may be changed to something that is more (36)______ in a market. So in the film world, Ramon Estevez (37)______ the name Martin Sheen. Or maybe the artist’s real name doesn’t sound very attractive --- Chad Everett does sound a lot better than Raymond Cramton!

    Artists sometimes choose the name of someone they admire. Robert Zimmerman changed his name to Bob Dylan because of his (38)______for the Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas.

    Another reason may be (39)______: in the past, women found it very difficult to become a well-received writer. To avoid this situation, they sometimes gave themselves men’s name, so the English author Mary Ann Evans consequently became George Eliot, and she did get her books (40)______!

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    来源: 上海师范大学第二附属中学2016-2017学年高二5月第二次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A. accounted     B. average    C. continuous    D. rank    E. Link   F. comparison  

     G additional   H. associated    I. risk     J. confirmed  K. effects

       Television watching is an activity which is known to be harmful to health and is distinct from getting too little exercise. But a new study suggests its damaging effects may even ____31___ alongside those from smoking and obesity. Researchers who studied television viewing habits in Australia calculated that people who watch for a(n)   ____32 ___  of six hours a day shorten their life expectancy by almost five years.

       They based their calculations on data on the ___33___ between television viewing and death from the Australian obesity and lifestyle study which involved l 1,000 adults aged 25 and over. Applying these findings to the whole population over 25, who are estimated to have watched 9.8 billion hours of TV in 2008, they concluded that it __34___ for 286,000 years of life lost --equivalent to 22 minutes for each, hour watched. By__35___ , smoking one cigarette is estimated to shorten life expectancy by 11 minutes -- equivalent to half an hour of TV watching.

       Writing in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, the authors from the University of Queensland, say the figures suggest "huge loss of life may be ___36___ with too much TV viewing." The UK and other industrialized countries are likely to be similarly affected "given the typically large amounts of time spent watching TV and the similarities in disease patterns." The researchers add: "If these figures are __37___ and shown to reflect a cause and effect relationship, TV viewing is a public health problem comparable in size to established behavioral risk factors."

       Researchers from Taiwan University found even those who did as little as 92 minutes' exercise a week,- equivalent to 15 minutes a day for six days a week -- reduced their __38___ of death by 14 per cent. Even this small amount of exercise could postpone one in six of all deaths -- similar to the ___39__ of a stop-smoking programme. Each __40__ 15 minutes a day reduced the death rate by a further 4 per cent.

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    来源: 陕西省黄陵中学2016-2017学年高一(重点班)下学期第三学月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    she   child    pollute   achieve   seventy


    51My grandma likes to be with the young though she is in her           now

    52Those            books will be donated to the schools in poor areas

    53It is difficult workbut the sense of           is huge

    54The patient is getting much better after the operation and now she can look after          

    55To make a green worldwe should try to reduce air         by walking more and driving less

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-08-09
    来源: 山西省岢岚县中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    ______ 38. Tom is studying Chinese medicine in China. He is interested in the traditional art —— paper cutting.

    ______ 39. Emily got interested in China and lion dances of the country and hopes to attend any event related to her interest.

    ______ 40. Dave is a student learning in China and hopes to learn more about the ancient philosophy of China such as Taoism.

    ______ 41. John is a boxing fan. He is now having a trip in China with his parents who are on a business tour in China.

    A   Traditional festival fairs

    Sales of paintings and calligraphy, antiques, children’s toys, seasonal fruit and vegetables, variety shows(杂耍), cross-talk, traditional lion dances, stilt dances, rickshaw, folk wedding performances and much more besides.

    B   Ditan Temple Fair

    Folk flower fairs, acrobatic shows, Quyi (story telling with music and performance), Beijing snacks, traditional handcrafts like dough sculpture, paper cutting and shadow play.

    C   Longtan Temple Fair

    Visitors can compete with national-level athletes at judo, taekwondo, wrestling and boxing. Diabolo displays, face changing and some Guinness World Record attempts will also be featured.

    D   Dongyue Temple Fair

        An exhibition about “Fu” (happiness) culture (including a walk on a “Fu” road, hanging a “Fu” plate, circling a “Fu” tree and drawing on a “Fu” canvas), and a folk-custom show featuring various traditional folk activities. There will also be other activities, including a Taoist music performance and sports competitions. Various artwork, books and snacks will also be available.

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    来源: 厦门六中2016-17高一下半期考英语.doc

     cheer up    take a chance     keep one’s word   watch out (for)  rather than   in time

    on the contrary     by accident   bring up     now that     break out  earn one’s living

    76. What problems should I _________________________ when buying an old house?

    77. _______________ the weather is fine, let’s go for a picnic.

    78. Don’t worry. I’m sure things will get better _____________________.

    79. It isn’t a good thing; _______________________, it’s a huge mistake.

    80. Born into a family with three brothers, David _______________________ to value the sense of sharing.

    81. Mr. Wang is a reliable man who always ____________________________.

    82. I learned to ______________________________and not to be afraid of failure.

    83. It was almost midnight yesterday that a fire ________________________in the neighborhood.

    84. We wondered whether we did it on purpose or _________________________?

    85. She is very upset. I took her to the cinema to _______________________.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-06-15
    来源: 上海市普陀区2017届高三下学期质量调研(二模)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A. contribute    B. flows    C. fundamental    D. lays    E. notes    F. outline   

    G. reflect    H. respectively    I. shared    J. serve    K. uncertainly

    Leadership Traits(特质)

    My job puts me in contact with extraordinary leaders in many fields. So I tend to ____31____ a lot on leadership and how we can inspire successful teamwork, cooperation, and partnerships. In my experience, it is clear that the most successful leaders—both men and women—always demonstrate three ____32____ traits.


    Leaders must set an example of honesty and justice and earn the trust of their teams through their everyday actions. When you do so with positive energy and enthusiasm for ____33____ goals and purpose, you can deeply connect with your team and customers. A culture of trust enables you to empower employees and ____34____ the foundation for communication, accountability, and continuous improvement.

    Compassion (共情)

    You can't forget that organizational success ____35____ from the hearts and minds of the men and women you lead. Rather than treating your people as you’d like to be treated, treat them as they would like to be treated. Small gestures like choosing face-to-face meetings or sending personal ____36____ can have an enormous impact on the spirits of the teams. In addition to thanks and praise, you must also understand people’s needs, pressures, and individual goals, which will allow you to lead them more effectively and ____37____ to their personal ambitions and professional development.


    In times of ____38____ employees long for clarity. As a leader, you won't always have all of the answers—no one expects you to—so you must be open to listening and learning from others. Once you understand a particular challenge and ____39____ the options, you have to be confident in making bold and optimistic decisions.

    Successful leadership demands a lifelong commitment to sharpening these three basic skills. Wherever you have the opportunity to ____40____, the qualities of trustworthiness, compassion, and decisiveness are the keys to leadership and organizational success.

    Boxing is a popular sport that many people seem to be fascinated by. Newspapers, magazines and sports programmes on TV frequently ____41____ boxing matches. Professional boxers earn a lot of money, and successful boxers are ____42____ as big heroes.

    It seems to me that some people, especially men, find it ____43____ because it is an aggressive sport. When they watch a boxing match, they can t ____44____ the winning boxer, and this gives them the feeling of being a t ____45____ themselves. It is a fact that many people have feelings of aggression

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    来源: 上海市嘉定区封浜高级中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc


      take…to safety   be aware that     have a reputation         force   

    complain about    wear masks        deliver a speech         regard…as

    in the open air   effective media   focus on

    65.   I __________ my son being bullied at school.

    66.   We ___________________ reading has a positive effect on middle school


    67.It is well known that newspapers, magazines and TV remain _____________for  

       the general public to obtain information.

    68. Due to the high cost of borrowing in the 1970s, many companies ______________  to close.

    69. He was attacked and robbed by two people ________________.

    70. They could not ___________ themselves _____________, nor remove their precious asserts in time.

    71. I ________ creativity both _______ a gift and a skill.

    72. He ______________ for being lazy.

    73. Hangzhou is famous for its beautiful scenery; drinking tea ____________is    

    an agreeable enjoyment.  

    74. She was asked to __________ building up a harmonious society to the   community.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-06-15
    来源: 上海市嘉定区2017届高三下学期教学质量调研考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    A. approach    B. shape   C. previously  D. evident   E. secret    F. date

    G. hardly     H.remains          I. irrelevant    J. potential    K. particularly

    Swedish   Archaeologists Make New Discoveries

    Archaeologists have begun exploring an unknown ancient city at a village called Vlochos , five hours north of Athens . The Archaeological ____31______are scattered on and around the Strongiloveni hill on the great Thessaliam plains and can be traced to several historical periods.

    “What used to be considered remains of some _____32____settlement can now be upgraded to remains of a city higher significance than _____33______thought,” says Robin Ronnland , PhD student in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History at the university of Gotheoburg and leader of the firework.

    “We came across the site which has never been explored before in connection with another project last year and retailed the great __34_____right away .”

    Working together with the Swedish Institute at Athens and the local archaeological service in Karditsa , the Vlochos Archacological Project (VLAP) was started with an aim to explore the remains . The project’s research team completed the first field season during two weeks in September 2016.

          Ronnlund says that the hill is hiding many ____35_____. Remains of towers , walls and city gates can be found on the mountaintop and slopes , but __36_____anything is visible on the ground below . The ambition is to avoid digging and instead use ____37____such as ground—penetrating radar. This will enable the team to leave the site in the same ____38____as it was in when they arrived. The success of this method is _____39____from the results of the first field season.

       “ We found a town square and a street network that indicate that we are dealing with quite a large city . The area inside the city wall measured over 40 hectares . We also found ancient pottery and coins that can help to ___40____the city . Our oldest finds are from around 500 BC, but the city seems to have flourished mainly from the fourth to the third century BC before it was abandoned for some reason , maybe in connection with the Roman conquest of the area.

    Ronnlund believes that the Swedish-Greek project can provide important clues as to what happened during this violent period in Greek history.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-06-06
    来源: 湖南省衡阳县四中高一2016-2017学年高一下学期半期考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Do you sleep well? If your answer is no, the following might help you.

    Set a certain bedtime and rising time

    A certain bedtime and rising time can help you build up your body clocks. Set a bedtime which is good and natural for you. Don't change your bedtime and rising time on weekends.


    It's a bad habit for you to use your bedroom as a place to eat, watch TV, read, talk on the phone, or discuss important matters with your family members. Break that habit to get better sleep.

                           34 .                            

    Your body usually lets you sleep only the number of hours it needs. You should decide how many hours you must sleep in order not to experience daytime sleepiness.


    A twenty­minute warm shower at a temperature of about 45­50℃ not only is a great relax at day's end, but also raises your body temperature by several degrees. The coming drop in temperature of your body will naturally make you feel sleepy.

    A. Keep the bedroom for sleeping only

    B. Don't eat anything before going to bed

    C. Take a warm shower before your bedtime

    D. Don't go to bed too early

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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-06-06
    来源: 湖南省郴州市湘南中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc


        Song Zuying is the most famous soprano in China. In the eyes of the Chinese people, Song Zuying is the star of art. She was born in a beautiful place--Guzhang County in West Hunan. In recent years, she has been awarded many highest prizes in various music contests. She loves her hometown and does a lot for the people there.


        Ding Cong, a famous cartoonist in China, died on May 26, 2009. He started to draw cartoons more than seventy years ago, but he always called himself Xiao Ding or Little Ding.


    35. ___________

    Lui Qian is the only magician from Taiwan invited by Las Vegas and the Hollywood Magic Castle for performance. When Liu Qian was 7 years old, he started to study magic. The first magic he performance was to put a coin into his mouth and then take it out from his hindbrain(后脑). Now Liu's magic tricks have made the old art popular again, and made him the hottest magician in China.

        A. The biggest "Olympic torch" in the world.

        B. The famous magician from Taiwan.

        C. The cartoonist who was loved by old and young.

        D. The most famous soprano in China.

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    1. The instructions to the amusement facilities state that no child shall be allowed to operate the machines unless _________________by an adult.

    2. Cheaper energy conservation techniques____________ in the developed world in the past ten years. 

    3. After graduating from the high school the young man has nothing to do all day but ______________the pleasure of playing computer games.   

    4. They said that they_________________ with no food in the house for several days.

    5. The terrible footsteps ____________, the girl was so frightened that she hid herself behind the door.

    6. Though John works hard, an evening each week is the time _______________ to stay with his family.

    7. FBI agents in the US searched the house of a teenager in Ohio, who they _____________ being a member of the hacking group.

    8. Difficulties in raising money resulted in the building program __________________ by two weeks.

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     be connected with   rip off   take in   hold back    drive…mad  take advantage of   run out  give away    prevent…from   come to the point

    76. We’re sure further treatment for another three months ________ his cancer _______ developing.

    77. After graduation, David           his visit to Spain to improve his Spanish.

    78. The lack of a meter(计价器)allows taxi drivers           passengers.

    79. The terrible news almost        him        .

    80. When your money is          , what will you do next?

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     fierce  surround  predict  communicate  remove  eventually occur  quantity  ruin  argue

    71. I’d like you to have my name __________ from your list. I don’t want to be involved in the matter.

    72. The problem has caused heated political __________.

    73. A sudden thunderstorm __________ when they were having their pleasant voyage in the Yellow River.

    74. The weather here sometimes is         and can change in an instant.

    75. The clever animal hides large       of nuts inside trees.

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    A. boast B. underrepresented C. shared D. participation E. pursuit F. launched

    G. confirmed H. female I. barriers J. agreements K. advancing

    Gender equality has powerful potential to improve the economy, security and the overall well-being of a population.

    “If the world closed the gender gap in workforce 31 , global [Gross Domestic Product] would increase by 28 trillion dollars by 2025... That’s about a quarter of the world’s current GDP, and almost half of the world’s current debt,” said U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues Catherine Russell in a recent speech. She also noted that “studies have found that countries with less gender inequality are more secure, and peace 32 last longer when women are at the negotiating table.”

    Nonetheless, no country in the world can 33 that it has achieved full gender equality.

    “Around the world, women are vastly 34 in politics and the workforce, particularly in leadership positions and other high-paying jobs,” said Ambassador Russell. At the same time, women make up the majority of the poor. “I’ve heard people say that poverty has a 35 face, and that makes sense when you consider that women control just one-fifth of global wealth,” said Ambassador Russell.

    World leaders are beginning to recognize that everyone benefits from 36 gender equality, she said. This is why gender equality is part of U.S. foreign policy. A key part of U.S. efforts focus on educating and empowering girls. In the past 18 months, the United States 37 its global strategy to empower adolescent girls, as well as Let Girls Learn, which is a Presidential initiative that focuses on educating girls.

    We are also working with numerous countries to remove 38 that keep women from inheriting or owning property, entering the formal job market or accessing banking services.

    “Gender equality sometimes looks like an impossible task a 39 without an end,” said Ambassador Russell. “But...we can make progress, and that progress is worth making. Little by little, discussion by discussion, step by step, we can improve the lives of women and girls, men and boys all around the world. And in doing so, we can reach our 40 goals of peace, prosperity, and security.”

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