21. The actress looked so charming in her beautiful dress that we took ______ pictures with her.
A.e is beyond the law, so it is _______ that the young talented university student was sentenced to death for murdering his roommate with poison.
A. avoidable B. reasonable C. surprising D. astonishing
24. — Glad to see you again. Haven’t you graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology?
— Yes. I _______ Engineering for four years there.
A. have learned B. learned C. am learning D. had learned
25. —Hi, Tom. Does John have any hobbies?
— _______, swimming will appeal to him most strongly.
A. If anything B. If ever C. If any D. If so
26. Without the Internet, these people ________ fewer avenues to meet people. 【来源：21cnj*y.co*m】
A. shall have B. will have C. would have D. must have
27. The flood last month in the east was a real disaster, ______ 19 people dead and 78 missing.
A. having left B. to leave C. left D. leaving
28. All of us have already known ______ she will choose is the opportunity to go aborad.
A. what B. how C. that D. which
29. In order to live with happiness, we must learn to _____work with pleasure since as much as one of three life span or so will be spent on it.
A. represent B. combine C. relate D. impress
30. Unfortunately, the government has shown tha
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1. Why doesn’t the man want the first T-shirt？
A. It’s too expensive. B. It’s too big. C. It’s too small.
2. What will Nancy do tonight
A. See a movie. B. Stay at home. C. Go shopping.
3. How will the woman travel to Beijing
A. By air. B. By train. C. By car.
4.When should the man return the books
A. By December 30th. B. By December 13th. C. By December 3rd
5. What do we know about the boy
A. His room is always messy.
B. He’s asked to clean up the room later.[:]
C. He wants to go on a picnic first.
6. How much will the man pay
A. ＄2.50. B. ＄5.00. C. ＄7.85.
7. What will the woman give to the man next
A. Some envelopes. B. His change. C. Some airmail stickers.[:]
8. What did the guy take when he climbed up the skyscraper
A. Cups. B. Ropes. C. Wires.
9. What happened when he got to the top o
Mr. Lang worked in a factory. As a driver, he was busy but he was paid much. His wife was an able woman and did all the housework. When he came back, she took good care of him and he never did anything at home. So he had enough time when he had a holiday. A few friends of his liked gambling(赌博) and he learned it soon. So he was interested in it and hardly forgot anything except gambling. He lost all his money and later he began to sell the television, watches and so on. His wife told him not to do it but he didn’t listen to her. She had to tell the police. He and his friends were punished for it. And he was hardly sent away. After he came out of lockup(拘留所), he hated her very much and the woman had to leave him.
It was New Year’s Day. Mr. Lang didn’t go to work. He felt lonely and wanted to gamble again. He called his friends and they came soon. But they were afraid the police would come. He told his five-year-old son to go to find out if there were the policemen outside. They waited for a long time and didn’t think the police would come and began to gamble. Suddenly opened the door and in came a few policemen.“I saw there weren’t any policemen outside, daddy,” said the boy, “so I went to the crossing and asked some to come.”
21. The teacher along with the students ____ discussing Reading Skills that _____newly
published in America.
A. are； were B. is； were C. are； was D. is； was
2 22. Mr. Smith gave us a map, which showed how hotels were _________ in the city.
A. distributed B. broadcast C. spread D. contributed
23. The French revolution was successful in _________ society of inequality, which had a great effect on many other countries, particularly those in Europe.
A. informing B. reminding C. ridding D. robbing
24. With no one to _____in such a frightening situation, she felt very helpless.
A. turn on B. turn off C. turn over D. turn to
25. _______ snacks and drinks, but they also brought cards for entertainment when they had a picnic in the forest.
A. Not only they brought B. Not only did they bring
C. Not only brought they D. Not only they did bring
26. The moment she heard of the news that her son was involved in the crime, she ____ pale.
A. went B. got C. changed D. appeared
27. I didn’t see you at the meeting. If you ____, you would have met my brother.
A. has come B. did come C. had come D. came
28. President Xi Jinping says that the central government will make medical insurance __________ to e
Like many new graduates, I left university full of hope for the future but with no real idea of what I wanted to do. My degree, with honors, in English literature had not really prepared me for anything practical. I knew I wanted to make a difference in the world somehow, but I had no idea how to do that. That’s when I learned about the Lighthouse Project.
I started my journey as a Lighthouse Project volunteer by reading as much as I could about the experiences of previous volunteers. I knew it would be a lot of hard work, and that I would be away from my family and friends for a very long time. In short, I did not take my decision to apply for the Lighthouse Project lightly. Neither did my family.
Eventually, however, I won the support of my family, and I sent in all the paperwork needed for the application. After countless interviews and preparations, I managed to stand out among the candidates and survived the test alone. Several months later, I finally received a call asking me to report for the duty. I was going to a small village near Abuja, Nigeria. Where What Nigeria I had no idea. But I was about to find out.
Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada
Wood Buffalo National Park is Canada’s largest national park and one of the largest parks in the world. The park was established in 1922 to protect the last remaining herds of bison(野牛) in northern Canada. The park was designated a World Heritage(遗产) Site in 1983. Contact Information:
Phone: (780) 697-3663
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The World Monuments Fund (WMF) is a group that helps to save important structures and land areas around the world. Recently, the WMF listed 93 endangered places in 47 countries. Here are a few of the places on the list.
The Rice Paddies (稻田) in the Philippines
These paddies were started in the 1600s and have been used for more than 400 years. They were dug from a steep, rocky mountainside by people who lived in the area before modern machines were invented. The WMF wants to preserve the paddies because they are examples of advanced buildings by smart farmers who had the simplest tools.
The Desert Castles of Uzbekistan
The Desert Castles rise from the sandy plains of Uzb ekistan, a nation in central Asia. Some of the mud structures are 2,600 years old. Over the years, hundreds of forts (要塞) were built to help protect farmers from invaders. Now the structures are breaking down due to centuries’ exposure (暴露) to the wind.
Italy’s Ghost Town
In the 1950s, parts of the town of Craco were damaged by earthquakes. Then, in 1963, a huge landslide (滑坡) forced 1,800 residents to leave the town for a nearby valley. It was the first time in 1,200 years that no one had lived there. The earthquakes stopped in the 1970s, but
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Rod Kalin learned the secret to success while he was young. As a child, he liked playing with a stuffed (填充) rabbit his mother had made. “At that time, I knew he would become a craftsman (工匠) in the future,” Kalin’s mother said.
Kalin’s father was a carpenter and taught him early how to use his hands. In high school, Kalin was so interested in photography that he cut class to take photos 18 hours a day. Eventually Kalin ended up at New York University. One night, his landlord asked him to build a website for his restaurant. “I didn’t know anything about websites, but I built the basic site by looking through books in four weeks,” Kalin recalls.
After working on a craft site that provided “advice and a lot of hand-holding”, Kalin recognized that there was no market for their goods. He wrote a fan letter to Stewart Butterfield, the founder of Flickr, who had sold his highly popular photo-sharing website to Yahoo! Impressed by Kalin’s letter, he took a look at Kalin’s idea and invited him to San Francisco for a month in 2006. He taught Kalin how to build a website, and helped him borrow $615,000 from a bank.
With the help of Stewart, Kalin was able to create etsy. com, an online craft fair that may be the largest market for hand made goods in the wo
Most dog owners feel that their dogs are their best friends. Almost everyone likes dogs because they try hard to ple ase their owners. One of my favorite stories is about a dog who wanted his owner to please him.
One of my friends has a large German shepherd (牧羊狗) named Jack. Every Sunday afternoon, my friend takes Jack for a walk in the park. Jack likes these long walks very much.
One Sunday afternoon, a young man came to visit my friend. He stayed a long time, and he talked and talked. Soon it was time for my friend to take Jack for his walk, but the visitor didn’t leave. Jack became very worried about his walk in the park. He walked around the room several times and then sat down directly in front of the visitor and looked at him. But the visitor paid no attention. He continued talking. Finally, Jack couldn’t stand it any longer. He went out of the room and came back a few minutes later. He sat down again in front of the visitor, but this time he held the man’s hat in his mouth.