1.—Would you like something to drink? What about a cup of tea? —__________
B.No, I wouldn’t
C.Yes, I want
D.Yes, I like.
2.The ______ is just around the corner and you won't miss it.
C. bicycles shop
D. bicycles' shop
3.He couldn't buy the dictionary because he had ________money with him.
4. —May I take your order now?
A. No, I'm in trouble now.
B.Yes, we take orders.
C.Yes, I'd like a dish of chicken.
D.No, I don't have an order.
5.____ you know, David has been well lately.
6.—May I see your tickets, please? —____________
B.No, you can’t.
C.No, they are mine.
D.Yes, you can.
7. —Could you speak more loudly?
A. It's a good line
B. The line is bad
C.I can hear you
D.You can't hear me
8.—May I use my credit card here?
B.No one use it.
C.I am afraid you can’t.
D.Who told you?
9.This is the ______ photo I have ever taken.
10.— Congratulations! You won the first prize in today’s speech contest. — _______.
A.Yes, I beat the others.
B.No, no I didn’t do it well.
D.It’s a pleasure.
1.阅读理解判断题: No one is glad to hear that his body has to be open by a surgeon and part of it taken out. Today, however, we needn’t worry about feeling pain during the operation. The sick person falls into a kind of sleep, and when he awakes, the operation is finished. But these happy conditions are fairy new. It is not many years since a man who had to have operation felt all its pain. Long ago, operation had usually to be done while the sick man could feel everything. Soon after 1770, Josept Priestly discovered a gas which is now called “laughing gas”. Laughing gas became known in America. Young men and women went to parties to try it. Most of them spent their time laughing, but one man at party, Horace Wells, notice that people didn’t seem to feel pain when they were using this gas. He decided to make an experiment on himself. He asked a friend to help him. Wells took some of the gas, and his friend pulled out one of Well’s teeth. Wells felt no pain at all. As he didn’t know enough about laughing gas, he gave a man less gas than he should have. The man cried out with pain when his tooth was being pulled out. Wells tried again, but this time he gave too much of the gas, and the man died. Wells never forgot this terrible event.
Shyness is the cause of much unhappiness for a great many people. Shy people are anxious and self-conscious; that is, they are excessively concerned with their own appearance and actions. Worrisome thoughts are constantly occurring in their minds: what kind of impression am I making? Do they like me? Do I sound stupid? Am I wearing unattractive clothes?
It is obvious that such uncomfortable feelings must negatively affect people. A person’s conception of himself or herself is reflected in the way he or she behaves, and the way a person behaves affects other people’s reactions. In general, the way people think about themselves has a profound effect on all areas of their lives.
Shy people, having low self-esteem, are likely to be passive and easily influenced by others. They need reassurance that they are doing “the right thing.” Shy people are very sensitive to criticism; they feel it confirms their feelings of inferiority. They also find it difficult to be pleased by compliment with a statement like this one, “You’re just saying that to make me feel good. I know it’s not true.” It is clear that while self-awareness is a healthy quality, overdoing it is harmful.
Can shyness be completely eliminated, or at least reduced? Fortunately, people can overcome shyness with determined and patient efforts in building self-confidence. Since shyness goes hand in hand with a lack of self-esteems, it is important for people to accept their weakness as well as their strengths.
Each one of us is a unique, worthwhile individual, interested in our own personal ways. The better we understand ourselves, the easier it becomes to live up to our full potential. Let’s not allow shyness to block our chances for a rich and fulfilling life.
1.作文:健康与财富 Which is more Important, Health or Wealth? 1.介绍你对健康与财富之间关系的看法 2.简述你持有以上看法的理由
2.汉译英:Our textbooks are very different from theirs.
3.汉译英:The people’s Republic of China (PRC), founded on October 1, 1949, covers an area of 9.6 million square kilometers.
4.汉译英:This new country hopes to establish friendly relations with all its neighbors.
5.汉译英:Have you seen Tom recently?
6.汉译英:The friend saw everything but did not say a single word.
7.汉译英:I slept soundly all night.
1.完形填空:Many students find the experience of attending university lectures to be a confusing and frustrating experience. The lecture speaks for one or two hours, perhaps ## the talk with slides, writing up important information on the blackboard, distributing reading material and giving out assignment. The new student sees the other students continuously writing on notebooks and wonders what to write. Very often the student leaves the lecture with note which do not catch the main points and ## become hard even for the students to understand. Most institutions provide courses which assist new students to develop the skills they need to be effective listeners and note-takers. If these are unavailable, there are many useful study-skill guides which ## learners to practice these skills independently. In all cases it is important to ## the problem before actually starting your studies. It is important to acknowledge that most students have difficulty in acquiring the language skills required in college study. One way of ## these difficulties is to attend the language and study-skills classes which most institutions provide throughout the academic year. Another basic strategy is to find a study partner with whom it is possible to identify difficulties, exchange ideas and provide support.