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假定你是李华,你的好友印度留学生Ajay来信, 邀请你在本周末与他一起去本地的博物馆看印度文化展。请用英语回信,内容包括:








Dear Ajay, Thank you so much for your kind invitation to the exhibition,“Ancient India’’,which is now on at the local museum. I’d love to join you. I’d be particularly happy to watch this exhibition because the brilliant Indian culture has always been mysterious and attractive to me. India is an old civilization just like China. It would be exciting to see all the exhibits that have traveled such a long way to China! With you as a companion, it’s a good chance to have a better understanding of Indian people’s life. Let’s meet at the entrance to the museum at 9:30 am on Thursday, July 23. Best wishes! 【解析】 本篇书面表达属于提纲类作文。 第1步:根据提示可知,假定你是李华,你的好友印度留学生Ajay来信, 邀请你在本周末与他一起去本地的博物馆看印度文化展。请用英语回信,内容包括:1.感谢邀请; 2.表示对展览的兴趣;3.确定会面时间和地点。通过审题,确定文章需要使用第一人称,主要使用一般现在时进行写作。 第2步:根据写作要求,确定关键词(组),如:invitation to, be happy to, mysterious, see all the exhibit, a long way, a good chance, have a better understanding of, at the entrance to等。 第3步:根据提示及关键词(组)进行遣词造句,注意主谓一致和时态问题。 第4步:连句成文,注意使用恰当的连词进行句子之间的衔接与过渡,书写一定要规范清晰,保持整洁美观的卷面是非常重要的。

A parent’s hopes for 2030

When 2010 arrived, my son was only a year old—tiny._______the master of a few basic words, but still mostly the baby we'd _______into the world.

Now my baby has grown into an _______—tall, strong,stout, and smart, a(n) _______ of Akira Kurosawa samurai movies.

A _______from now, in 2030, he will be an adult. I expect the next 10 years to fly by, and be filled with _______. As 2020 begins. I am thinking about the kind of world my son will_______ and experience. I _______ for him, and for all the young people of his age. So I have several  _______for the world my son and his generation will live in

I hope we finally get__________about climate change. Polar ice is melting. The oceans are __________ . The question is __________whether we can stop climate changebut whether we ‘re willing and able to do anything to __________ it.

I’m not sure what a warming planet will__________ for my son's life. I suspect it means he  will live in a world where nations and groups __________  limited resources like clean water and food, which means that the danger of climate change won't come just from rising oceans, but from other humans competing for control over what’s __________

The world is always going to be full of __________about how to solve the challenges we face. I hopetoothat my son’s generation learns to __________justice—but to do so with big heart and humilityrecognizing our common humanity(人性)even with people who __________ us.

The world of 2030 won’t __________ itself. We are creating it now, so my final wish is that we build the kind of world we actually want our children to live in.

1.A.special B.generous C.intelligent D.dependent

2.A.welcomed B.raised C.grown D.congratulated

3.A.athlete B.adolescent C.artist D.engineer

4.A.director B.author C.lover D.reader

5.A.month B.century C.year D.decade

6.A.questions B.experience C.danger D.change

7.A.create B.notice C.face D.shake

8.A.worry B.sacrifice C.provide D.arrange

9.A.plans B.methods C.hopes D.choices

10.A.particular B.serious C.optimistic D.enthusiastic

11.A.drying B.rising C.growing D.cooling

12.A.for sure B.as usual C.no longer D.till now

13.A.slow B.record C.complete D.oppose

14.A.mean B.obtain C.share D.seek

15.A.pick up B.fight     over C.turn    down D.take part

16.A.finished B.continued C.started D.left

17.A.aims B.examples C.disagreements D.results

18.A.escape B.express C.seek D.affect

19.A.differ from B.agree with C.refer to D.call for

20.A.blame B.admire C.prove D.build


    Take time off school, because your body will fight off the cold virus better if it is well rested. However, if you have to go, avoid close contact with your classmates.1. Meanwhile, wash your hands as frequently as possible. Nomsedating(非镇静的)allergy medicine, which you can buy from a chemist, can ease the problems of a runny nose and watery eyes.

As soon as you feel a cold coming on, drink plenty of liquid. Water or juice is ideal but hot herbal teas with lemon will help thin sticky substance and remove it from the body. A warm gargle with salt water will make your throat more comfortable by reducing the swelling. 2.

3. Breathing in steam over a bowl of hot water helps a lot, too. For a violent cough, the latest research suggests that honey, either straight from a jar or mixed with a hot drink, works as well if not better than costly sprays.

A good diet is also essential for a quick recovery, so start the day with a healthy breakfast including vitamin C in the form of fresh fruit. 4. For dinner, easily digested solid food is recommended, such as rice porridge made with vegetables or eggs.

5. It not only makes you physically stronger, but enhances your emotional well-being. Just remember not to attempt anything that requires a lot of effort or strength. Finally, to recharge your body and regain your strength, you need a full eight hours' sleep.

A.Besides, a little light exercise is beneficial as well.

B.As we know, the virus can be spread easily from one person to another.

C.The name “cold" came into use in the 16th century due to cold weather.

D.The warm air generated by a hot shower or bath will help clear blocked noses.

E.Signs and symptoms may appear less than two days after exposure to the virus.

F.For lunch, chicken noodle soup is good since it helps block cells that cause coughing.

G.It also washes out bacteria and viruses so it can be used as a preventive measure as well.


    Every feature of the supermarket--from floor plan and shelf layout to lighting, music, and ladies offering free sausages on sticks ---is designed to bring us in , keep us there , and get us into spending money.

From my own experience , once I enter a supermarket, it' s often not easy for me to get out again. A common feature of supermarkets is the one-way entry door; to get back out, you have to walk through a good portion of the store----with its attractive displays of buyables---to find an exit. I am often subjected to this clever arrangement.

After the one-way front door, the first supermarket feature you encounter is the produce department. There’s a good reason for this: the sensory impact of all those good smells and beautiful colors makes us feel both cheerful and hungry. Similarly the store bakery is usually near the entrance with its delicious smell of fresh-baked bread, as is the flower shop, with its buckets of roses and banks of greenery. The message we get right off the bat is that the supermarket is a welcoming place, fresh, natural, fragrant, and healthy.

Plus, dairy departments are almost invariably located as far from the entrance as possible, ensuring that customersmost of whom will have to walk the length of the store, passing a wealth of tempting products, en route  (在途中)to the milk, cheese, and yogurt. Especially popular items are routinely located in the middle of aisles (过道),so that even the most single-minded buyer has a chance to be attracted by alternatives. Mid-aisle positioning is intended to sideline the so-called Boomerang Effect, in which some shoppers simply head for the item they need , then return the way they came.

So what to do about all this? Make a list and stick to it. Try not to shop so often and don't shop when you' re hungry. And when it comes to supermarket psychology, know what to look for. Forewarned is forearmed.

1.What might be unavoidable after the author enters a supermarket?

A.Having difficulty in finding the exit.

B.Getting out with many unintended purchases.

C.Feeling at a loss in front of so many alternatives.

D.Being annoyed by the ladies offering free sausages.

2.How does the author introduce the function of the produce department?

A.By quoting an expert. B.By drawing comparisons.

C.By making classifications. D.By following the order of space.

3.What does the underlined word"sideline"in Paragraph 4 mean?

A.Inspire. B.Estimate C.Prevent D.Expand

4.What is the best title for the text?

A.Surviving the tricky psychology of the supermarket

B.Reducing your must-buys during grocery shopping

C.Tips on buying cheaper products in supermarkets

D.Things to look for when shopping in supermarkets


    There is beauty in each moment of our lives, but often we're too distracted to notice it. Instead, we spend much of our time worrying about the future or regretting the past, and this habit can have negative consequences for our mental and physical health.

That's why many people today are turning to the practice of mindfulness(正念减压法). Simply put, mindfulness means focusing on the present moment. Let's say you're sitting in traffic after a long day's work. Rather than dwelling on(老是想着)an unpleasant incident that occurred earlier or worrying about your schedule for the next day, you might direct your attention to the sound of the rain drops battering the windshield or to a specific image before you. By directing your attention to the here and now, you automatically shift your focus away from self-image, success, and other stress-inducing concerns.

Such a shift in consciousness helps us form more meaningful connections with others and handle problems with greater ease. It also lets us appreciate life's many little pleasures. So, it's not surprising that mindfulness has been found to help in the treatment of depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and even physical problems related to stress, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, and upset stomachs.

How do you practice mindfulness? While it's often associated with meditation, you don't actually need to be in a particular place or position to cultivate it. In fact, it can be incorporated(使并入)into almost any daily activity, including eating, walking, showering, or doing the dishes. Let's take this last activity as an illustration:

Begin by bringing your attention to your breath. Inhale(吸入)through your nose allowing the air to expand your belly, and exhale through your mouth. Notice the sensations as each breath goes in and out.

As you engage in the task of washing the dishes, direct your awareness to the scent of the soap, the sound of the running water, and the feel of the suds(肥皂泡沫)between your fingers. Simply be aware of these and any other immediate sensations without forming any judgments about them.

At times, this process may not be relaxing, especially when what you're doing is boring or unpleasant. Nevertheless, by practicing mindfulness, we can learn to accept whatever situations life brings us and, over time develop greater happiness.

1.Why is the example of “sitting in traffic” mentioned in Paragraph 2?

A.To appreciate beauty at the present moment.

B.To explain the meaning of mindfulness.

C.To describe the traffic accident in the street.

D.To attract the reader's attention to the traffic.

2.Which of the following is the benefit of mindfulness?

A.Finding out problems in study more easily.

B.Helping cure diseases like high blood pressure.

C.Allowing us to enjoy small pleasures in life.

D.Making friends with other people in the traffic.

3.From the passage, mindfulness can be practised by_____________.

A.finding a particular place to cultivate it

B.bringing our attention to our breath

C.burying ourselves in washing the dishes

D.putting it to use in our everyday life

4.What is the passage mainly about?

A.The reasons why people begin to practise mindfulness.

B.The differences between mindfulness and meditation.

C.The benefits of mindfulness and the way to practice it.

D.The ways we should keep healthy mentally and physically.