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1 .What are the speakers talking about?
A. Having dinner. B. Buying food. C. Ordering a meal.
2. How many colds has the man had?
A. Six. B. Two. C. Four.
3 .How does the man feel about going to school by bike?
A. Happy. B. Tired. C. Worried.
4. When will the basketball match begin?
A. At 7: 30. B. At 7:40. C. At 7:S0.
5 .What will the woman do tonight?
A. Operate on a patient. B. Go to the concert with the man. C. Listen to music.
6. What is the man most likely to be?
A. A computer engineer. B. An expert in transportation.
C. A manager of a bus company.
7. What do we know about the cars of the future?
A. They will be highly developed.
B. They will be replaced by buses.
C. They will only exist in the city.
8 .Why does the man want a new apartment?
A. Because the house is too expensive.
B. Because the house is too noisy in the place.
C. Because the house is far from his working place.
9 .Who wants to have a roommate?
A. The woman's sister. B. The man's neighbor. C. The woman's brother.
10. Why does the boy invite the girl to dinner?
A. He has fallen in love with the girl.
B. The girl helped him with his English.
C. He wants to borrow some DVDs from her.
11 .Where are the two speakers?
A. At the bus stop. B. At the cinema. C. In a DVD shop.
12. What kind of films do they both like?
A. Comedies. B. Magic movies. C. Action movies.
13. What may be the relationship between the speakers?
A. Waiter and customer. B. Father and daughter. C. Good friends.
14. What is the worst food the woman has ever had?2016太原市一模英语
A. The chicken. B. The fish. C. The French fries.
15. How does the experience affect the woman?
A. She is a vegetarian now.
B. She's never been to Hawaii again.
C. She seldom eats in restaurants.
16. What happened to the man in a fast food restaurant?
A. There was a fly in his food.
B. The cook forgot to make his food.
C. He was forced to eat too much.
17. What can the "Kitchen Friend" be used for?
A. Making bread. B. Washing fruits C. Making juice.
18. What do we know about the "Mini Steamer"?
A. It is used to iron clothes.
C. It has six different colors.
B. It can be used as a suitcase.
19.Which of the following can't be used with the "Lovely Object"?
A. A DVD player. B. A laptop computer. C. A big colour TV.
20. What will the speaker probably do next?
A. Place orders. B. Discuss marketing. C. Take a lunch break.
When it comes to naming a baby, choosing the right name can be a really big issue. Parents can think about一and even argue over一name choices for months. New parents consider many things before deciding on a name.
Pop culture plays a big part in some parents' choice of names. Disney's hit movie "Frozen"
may give us more girls named Elsa. And the popularity of singers such as Bruno Mars and Taylor
Swift might mean we see more children with these names. And the birth of Princess Charlotte to
Kate Middleton and Prince William may push the girl's name Charlotte up to one in 2015.
A few countries ban a number of names for different reasons. Some bans are designed to protect children. For example, you cannot name your child Harry Potter, Hitler or Batman. This was done to prevent children from being bullied(欺负) or mistreated. In Malaysia, parents are not allowed to name children after animals, fruits or vegetables. So, for example, you will not find a child named Bear running around with his sister Apple and their friend Rose. You could,however, in the U. S.
What does your name mean?
Since many English names do not have an exact meaning, people sometimes choose words
that mean something they like. Words like "King" and "Hope" can easily be used to make a
name. When economic conditions are good, some new parents name babies after brand name
products. Names like 'Mercedes, Lexus and Rolex come to mind. But when the economy is bad,
new parents may want a more grounded name with a nature theme. For girls, that could mean a
rising popularity for names like Lily, Skye, Summer, Rain or Jasmine.
Whatever name parents decide, it is the most important that they like the sound of it. They
will be saying the name a lot.
21 .Which of the following names is not an influence of pop culture according to the passage?
A. Elsa. B. Taylor. C. Charlotte. D.Kate.
22.What is the most important thing when parents decide on a baby's name?
A.It appears in pop culture. B. It sounds pleasing to the parents.
C.It uses unusual English words. D. It consists of meaningful wods.
23. What is the best title of the passage?
A. The Meaning of Names B. The Origin of Names
C. The Culture of Naming a Baby D. The Benefits of Naming a Baby
My mother was the one who whipped me. At least she did whenever she warn' t ashamed to
let the neighbors think she was killing me. If she even acted as though she was about to raise her
hand to me, I would open my mouth and let the world know about it. If anybody was passing by
out on the road, she would either change her mind or just give me a few licks.
Think about it now. I feel definitely that just as my father favored me for being lighter than but she favored the ones who were darker. Wilfred, I knew, was particularly her angel. I remember that she would tell me to go out of the house. "Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.”
I learned early that crying out in protest could accomplish things. My older brothers and
sister would sometimes come in from school and ask for a buttered biscuit or something. My
mother, impatiently, would tell them no. But I would cry out and make a fuss until I got what I
wanted. I remember well how my mother asked me why I couldn't be a nice boy like Wilfred.
But I would think to myself that Wilfred, for being so nice and quiet, often stayed hungry. So
early in life, I had learned that if you wanted something, you had better make some noise.
24 .What would the writer's mother do if someone was passing by out on the road?
A. She would stop killing me.
B. She would whip me even harder.
C. She would shout at me very loudly.
D. She would give me only a few beatings.
25 .What does the underlined word "hell" mean'
A. Love. B. Food. C. Suffering. D. Space.
26. Why did the writer's mother tell him to go out of the house?
A. To make him darker. B. To keep him warmer.
C. To reduce the noise. D. To get some exercise.
27. What did the writer do if he wanted to get what he needed?
A. He remained quiet. B. He asked for it loudly.
C. He waited patiently. D. He asked his father for help.
It doesn't matter how old you are and where you live一you can make a difference. It only takes one smile, one encouragement,one hand, one listening to give hope and value to another. You can take something you are strongly interested in,like music, gardening or books, and turn it into a program to serve others. I believe that everyone has something important to contribute; there is no contribution too small or unimportant.
A volunteer giving his or her time and talents brings societies together. By celebrating our differences and eagerly accepting our similarities, we not only become unique individuals, but we also stay connected to one another. I founded Kids For A Better World, Inc，a non-profit
organization to encourage the youth. When the youth are encouraged to use their skills and talents in ways that serve others, they learn how to look beyond themselves, to see the possibilities and create changes.
As a leader, I want to inspire others to see what is possible by bringing communities together and making individuals able to live peaceful and meaningful lives. I believe volunteering is an important step in developing character and improving society as a whole. Opportunity is the key. The youth of today are facing a variety of challenges. Many are trapped in a cycle of violence, poverty and a lack of opportunities, all contributing to a sense of worthlessness and hopelessness for the future. They need opportunities to express themselves in positive ways. These
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Dear Mr. Hill,
I’m writing on behalf of my classmates to invite you to join us for a poetry recital party on
September 15 for the Mid-Autumn Festival.
It is a traditional Chinese festival to celebrate the coming of the harvest season. The party is
going to take place in South Lake Park from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm., during which time we will
admire the beautiful full moon, eat delicious mooncakes and enjoy some classic Chinese poems
about the moon and the festival.2016太原市一模英语
It will be a great pleasure if you could come and have fun with us. I’m sure we will have a
wonderful time together. If you’d like to participate, please let us know at your earliest
convenience. We will arrange for a student to pick you up.
Looking forward to your reply.
W: Excuse me, I’m looking for Mr. Tang.
M: Oh, he is not on this floor. He is on the fourth floor. Go down the stairs and turn left.
W: What did you think of the football match on TV last night?
M: It’s great.
W: I think so, too. And TV station should air more sports games.
W: Look, it says they want a sales manager and it seems like it’s a big company.
M: That’ll be good. So you might have to travel a lot.
W: Do they say something about the experience?
W: So you are leaving for the US tonight?
M: Don’t ask. I am not going.
M: Because I have to stay here for a meeting with my boss.
W: Oh, well, never mind. Now you can come to Helen’s party tonight.
W: Are you going to see City of Angels?
M: No, actually I already saw it. I’m going to see Saving Private Ryan.
W: Oh, that’s a great movie. What did you think about City of Angels?
M: I love it. It’s very romantic.
M: ⑥I’m going into town this afternoon. Is there anything I can do for you, Linda?
W: Oh, yes, please. ⑦If you could have this film developed for me, I would be most grateful. M: Sure. Anything else?
W: Oh, yes, I almost forgot. If it’s not too much trouble, could you get me some stamps and envelopes, and …
M: Hey, just a moment, Linda. ⑧I’m afraid I’ll have to make a list of the things you want me to do. Now, one by one, I’m at your service.
W: Hi, Johnny. Do you want to go to the cinema on Tuesday?
M: Sorry, I can’t. ⑨I’m going swimming with Anna.
W: Oh, where are you going to swim?
M: ⑩At the big pool in Park Road.
W: Is it better than the one in town?
M: Yes, it’s much bigger and more modern.
W: I must try it some day. What are you doing on Thursday?
M: I haven’t decided yet. Shall we eat at the French Restaurant?
W: I went there last week. It was very expensive. The Chinese one down the road is much cheaper. M: What’s it called?
W: Beijing Roast Duck Restaurant.
M: Oh, yes. ⑪I know the one. Let’s try it.
M: So, Mary, what do you think of the food?
W: Oh, it’s great. ⑬For $50 per person, we can have Chinese, Japanese, Italian and French food. It’s an incredible deal. I wonder if they can really make money out of this.
M: Sure, they can. You see, everything is taken into account. They figure a person’s stomach can only handle this much, even when it’s empty.
W: That’s true. ⑭We’ll never get our money’s worth, no matter how hungry we are. M: Except if you only pick the expensive variety.
W: For example?
M: For example, seafood, roast beef, mutton chop and so on.
W: But again one can’t consume that much seafood. Too much of it can make you uncomfortable. M: You’re right. Oh well, let’s just enjoy the variety and take it slowly.
M: Good morni