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  • 1. (2019•天津)I __________ to send Peter a gift to congratulate him on his marriage, but I couldn't manage it.
    A . had hoped B . am hoping C 。 have hoped D . would hope
  • 1. (2019•天津)Kate heard a man's voice in the background, but she couldn't ___________ what he was saying.
    A 。 set aside B 。 take back C 。 make out D . keep off
  • 1. (2019•天津)阅读理解

        Would you BET on the future of this man?He is 53 years old. Most of his adult life has been a losing struggle against debt and misfortune. A war injury has made his left hand stop functioning, and he has often been in prison. Driven by heaven-knows-what motives, he determines to write a book.

        The book turns out to be one that has appealed to the world for more than 350 years. That former prisoner was Cervantes, and the book was Don Quixote(《堂吉诃德》). And the story poses an interesting question: why do some people discover new vitality and creativity to the end of their days, while others go to seed long before?

        We've all known people who run out of steam before they reach life's halfway mark. I'm not talking about those who fail to get to the top. We can't all get there. I'm talking about people who have stopped learning on growing because they have adopted the fixed attitudes and opinions that all too often come with passing years.

        Most of us, in fact, progressively narrow the variety of our lives. We succeed in our field of specialization and then become trapped in it. Nothing surprises us. We lose our sense of wonder. But, if we are willing to lean, the opportunities are everywhere.

        The things we learn in maturity seldom involve information and skills。 We learn to bear with the things we can't change。 We learn to avoid self-pity。 We learn that however much we try to please, some people are never going to love us-an idea that troubles at first but is eventually relaxing。

        With high motivation and enthusiasm, we can keep on learning. Then we will know how important it is to have meaning in our life. However, we can achieve meaning only if we have made a commitment to something larger than our own little egos(自我), whether to loved ones, to fellow humans, to work, or to some moral concept.

        Many of us equate(视……等同于)"commitment" with such "caring" occupations as teaching and nursing. But doing any ordinary job as well as one can is in itself an admirable commitment. People who work toward such excellence whether they are driving a truck, or running a store-make the world better just by being the kind of people they are. They've learned life's most valuable lesson.

    1. (1)The passage starts with the story of Cervantes to show that_________.
    2. (2)What does the underlined part in Paragraph 3 probably mean?
    3. (3)What could be inferred from Paragraph 4?
    4. (4)What does the author intend to tell us in Paragraph 5?
    5. (5)What is the author's purpose in writing the passage?
  • 1. (2019•天津)阅读短文,按照题目要求用英语回答问题。
        Haze Mabry, who has worked as a school keeper for thirteen years, walks into the school building every day and empties garbage cans, wipes down bathrooms and mops wet messes in the hallways.
        Last Friday, after he arrived at the school, instead of finding garbage to clean up, he found almost 800 students lining the hallways with handmade cards, blowing noisemakers and singing a full-throated happy birthday to him. It was his 80th. As he walked the long hallway, some popped out of lime to hug him. They handed him so many cards that they filled several large boxes. Touched by their enthusiastic expression of affection. Mabry thanked them all. "They're like my children," Mabry said.
        On a regular day, students at the school sometimes come up to him to say they're not feeling well or other times to tell him about something that happened at break. He knows most of the kids at the school, but can't name each one. Some of them make him know them. Like Faith, who often forgets her backpack in the cafeteria, and Lucy, who just wants a hug.
        "He won't brag(夸耀)on himself, but it doesn't matter what he's doing or where he is, he will always stop what he's doing to take care of a child if that child is having a bad day. If a child approaches him, he will pause to give that child his undivided attention. He's the most loved one in this building," said Lori Gilreath, a reading teacher.
        Mabry works circles around all the students, cleaning up messes others don't want to touch. He doesn't expect a lot. Mabry said he hadn't planned to do much for his milestone birthday, so he was happy the students had prepared the surprise celebration.
        Over the weekend, he worked through the piles of handmade cards at his house. One card from a student stood out to him. It read: "Mr. Haze, you are my sunshine.”
    1. (1)What is Mabry's daily work as a school keeper?(no more than 5 words)
    2. (2)How did the students celebrate Mabry's birthday?(no more than 15 words)
    3. (3)What does the underlined word in Paragraph 2 probably mean?(1 word)
    4. (4)Why is Mabry's presence at the school important?(no more than 10 words)
    5. (5)Who is the "sunshine" in your life?Please explain. (no more than 20 words)
  • 1. (2019•天津)假设你是晨光中学的李津,英国友好校将派教师来你校参加为期一周的暑期交流活动。活动期间,英方教师Chris 将做一个有关西方艺术的讲座、现就讲座内容征求你校学生的意见。请根据以下提示给Chris写一封电子邮件:

    ⑴你喜欢的讲座话题(从音乐、美术、舞蹈中任选其一);

    ⑵选择该话题的原因及关于该话题你感兴趣的内容;

    ⑶希望从中有何收获。

    注意:

    ⑴词数不少于100;

    彩16开户⑵可适当加入细节,使内容充实、行文连贯;

    ⑶开头和结尾已给出、不计入总词数。

    Dear Chris,

        I'm Li Jim, a student at Chenguang High School.

       

        Thank you for your time.

    Yours,

    Li Jin

  • 1. (2019•天津)A study shows the students who are engaged in after-school activities are happier than _________who are not.
    A 。 ones B . those C 。 these D . them
  • 1. (2019•天津)阅读理解

        I must have always known reading was very important because the first memories I have as a child deal with books。 There was not one night that I don't remember mom reading me a storybook by my bedside。 I was extremely inspired by the elegant way the words sounded。

        I always wanted to know what my mom was reading. Hearing mom say," I can't believe what's printed in the newspaper this morning," made me want to grab it out of her hands and read it myself. I wanted to be like my mom and know all of the things she knew. So I carried around a book, and each night, just to be like her, I would pretend to be reading.

        This is how everyone learned to read. We would start off with sentences, then paragraphs, and then stories. It seemed an unending journey, but even as a six-year-old girl I realized that knowing how to read could open many doors. When mom said," The C-A-N-D-Y is hidden on the top shelf," I knew where the candy was. My progress in reading raised my curiosity, and I wanted to know everything. I often found myself telling my mom to drive more slowly, so that I could read all of the road signs we passed.

    彩16开户    Most of my reading through primary, middle and high school was factual reading. I read for knowledge, and to make A's on my tests. Occasionally, I would read a novel that was assigned, but I didn't enjoy this type of reading. I liked facts, things that are concrete. I thought anything abstract left too much room for argument.

        Yet, now that I'm growing and the world I once knew as being so simple is becoming more complex, I find myself needing a way to escape。 By opening a novel, I can leave behind my burdens and enter into a wonderful and mysterious world where I am now a new character。 In these worlds I can become anyone。 I don't have to write down what happened or what technique the author was using when he or she wrote this。 I just read to relax。

        We're taught to read because it's necessary for much of human understanding. Reading is a vital part of my life. Reading satisfies my desire to keep learning. And I've found that the possibilities that lie within books are limitless.

    1. (1)Why did the author want to grab the newspaper out of mom's hands?
    2. (2)According to Paragraph 3, the author's reading of road signs indicates___________.
    3. (3)What was the author's view on factual reading?
    4. (4)The author takes novel reading as a way to___________.
    5. (5)What could be the best title for the passage?
  • 1. (2019•天津)____________ to think critically is an important skill today's children will need for the future.
    A . Learn B . Learned C 。 Learning D 。 Having learned
  • 1. (2019•天津)—My son got a full scholarship to his dream university!

    —Wow, ___________! What's he going to study?

    A . good for him B . go for it C . what a coincidence D . all the best
  • 1. (2019•天津)The professor warned tie students that on no account _____________ use mobile phones in his class.
    A . should they B . they should C . dare they D 。 they dare
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