42. What makes people search for health information online?
A. Peoples interests in health.
B. People's health condition.
C. Importance of the Internet
D. The rise of online treatment
43. From the fourth paragraph we know tha
A. people with health problems go online to look for the new treatment
B. people with health problems try to share their experience with others online
C. peopke with health problems encourage each other online to fight against diseases
D. Internet becomes a place for people with health problems to reduce wornes
44. According to Paragraph 5, social networ king
A. becomes a new way for doctors and patients to com municate with each other
B. encourages people to get more help from doctors online in time
C. helps people to get
D. makes people easier to know more about what their diseases ar
45. What can we infer( I tr)from the last paragraph?
A.Internet is an easy way for doctors to treat their patients.
B. Doctors should change their way to treat their patients.
C. Facebook, MySpace and T
become efficient tools for doctors
D. Most patients would like to ask their doctors for help online r
ay a young man was standing in a crowded place, shouting t hat he had the
most beautiful heart in the world. Most of the people who saw his heart were amazed at
the beauty of his heart. It had no little faw(瑕疵
Suddenly, an old man appeared and said
my son, your heart is not as
beautiful as mine
The old man showed his heart to the young man. It was beat ing st rongly, but full
of scars. It had places where pieces had been removed and other pieces put in. But they
didn’ t fit quite night, and there were gaps and rough(崎岖不平的) edges. Some places
had never been filled in
The young man laughed, My dear old man, Companng your heart with
mine, mine is per fect and yours is full of scars.
The old man said,"Dear boy, my heart is just as beautiful as your heart. You see
each scar shows where I have given my lowe. Sometimes people give me a piece of their
heart back, and it fills the space as best it can. Other times, I give my love and get
Those are the empty spaces. They hurt, but they show me that I can
love and love again.
The young man stood still. His eyes were filled with tears. He walked up to the
Id man, tore a piece of his heart and gave the piece to the old man.
The old man placed it in his heart, and then took a piece from his old scarred heart
and placed it in the wound in the young man's heart.
The young man looked at his heart, not perfect any more but more beautiful than ever.
6. The underlined word "scar" means
47. Which of the fol lowing can be put
A I quite agree with you
B. it's against the rules
C. are you joking
D. what can I do for you
48. How did t he young man feel after he heard what the old man said
49. What does the story want to tell
A. We should be proud of
We shouldn't think too much of ourselves
C. Nothing is difficult if we put our hearts into
Give our love, though we sometimes get nothing in return.
50. What's the best title for the passag
A. a Broken heart
B. The most Beautiful Heart
C. A Wise Old Man
D. What is True Love?
warm drink of milk before bed has long been the best choice for those wanting a
good nights sleep. But now a study has found it really does help people nod off if it
hers have discovered that" night milk" has more melatonin(褪黑激素)
which has been Proven to help people feel sleepy and less worred
In the study, mice were fed with dried milk powder made from cows milked both
Those given night milk, which had 10 times the amount of melatonin, were less
ive and less worried than those fed with the mi lk collected dunng da ytime, according
to the study published in The Journal of Medic inal Food.
Night milk quickened the start of sleep and caused the mice to sleep longer.
While the effect of milk harvested at different time has not been tested on humans
up to now, taking melatonin medicine has been suggested to those who are trying to fall
asleep at night
Studies have also showed that milk can be excellent for helping sleep because there
calcium(15)in it, which helps people to relax.
o sugar-free because it is the least fattening. The
before bedtime, the greater burden you will have on your body at night.
51. According to the passage, the mice fed with daytime milk were less active.
study has been tested on mice for
53. People with sleeping problems have been advised to drink milk collected during the
night by researche
54. Milk is good for sleep because there is melatonin and calum in it
55. The writer shows the main idea of the passage by giving examples.
A: Hello, Bob! How is it going?
B: Hello, Kate! 56 And
A: Very well. What's your plan for the summer?
B: I had a Chinese course last year, and I d like
A. How was th
B: Yes. It seemed that way at first. But after a while it became ea
A: You were the best in the class, righ
B: I did get an A Well, could you tell me your summer plan? 58
A: No, not this summer.
B: That sounds very interesting. Can I go with you?
A: 60 Oh, here comes the bus! Goodbye!
B. Will you travel somewhere interesting?
D. Is Chinese very difficult?
G. No Prob
try one’ s best
61.-Could I ask if you
t his to her till now"?
Yes, but she refused to listen.
e us ual activities, such as sailing and climbing, there
63. On a beach, run away from the sea and move quickly to
ground when an earthquake happens.
64. In order to catch the early bus, we had to stop
who breaks the rules should be punished.
67. During the World War II, millions of
lost t heir i
68. - Which sport are you in at the school sports meeting?
No decision vet. I think it
after discussing with my PE
69. The students in Miss Wang's class are all
to study hard to
go to the university.
70. She won't leave the Tv
her supper is on the table.
martphones and e-readers have become more common in recent years. Some
people think that the days of paper books will be gone. But recent surveys have shown
that traditional books are still popular a 71 readers.
Research company Nielsen found that in the UK, sales of e-books are f 72 while
lles of paper books are rising. More sur prsingly, it's young people who are buying the
phy sical books. Another
ey of university students from the United States
Slovakia(斯洛伐克) and Japan also showed that92
of t 73 preferred paper
So what is b74 paper book comeback(回归)?
The most popular reason given was: I like to hold the product. It's true that
per books bring a very different reading experience. Slovakian students said that they
liked the smell of paper books. Other students said that they could get a s 75 of
accomplishment(wi st) when they finished reading a paper book.
aper books can also be very personal objects to lovers of reading. Many people like
bent(弯曲) or there is a stain
(isa)made on the pages from coffee, all the better. The a 77 make the book even
with books isn' t just sentimental(情感的)
Research has shown that readers remember more inform ation reading from paper books
79_ebooks.People also more e 80_ end up with headaches or sore eyes while
why not pick up a book and start reading?
组的组长 Zhang hong,请你为你的组员 Li Ming进行综合素质的评价,写一份素质报告
Li Ming is a member of my team called Rainbow
One possible version t
Li Ming is a member of my team called Rainbow. Generally speaking, he is
warmhearted and outgoing boy. He is always ready to help others without asking for
anything in return. He can also get on well with teachers and classmates. In his spare
time. he like reading books on history, so he knows a lot of knowledge about history.
But as a famous saying goes, "Every coin has two sides". sometimes he doesn't
work hard enough on his lessons I advise him to spend more time on the subj
m sure if he can try harder to improve himsell, hell be an exellent Student
62. As well as(不大写不得分)67, Germans(不大写不得分)
68. will be deaded
64, waiting for
69. trying their best
70, ven though
L. We usually go swimming in
ummer of 2018, we
2. -May I help you with some jeans, sir?
Yes, Id like to try on those blue
3.-Jack, let's have a picnic after school.
Sorry. I have
Frank to work on the biology report with him.
me an email before you come to Hohhot, and I'l meet you at the train
C. To send
Did you call Michael back?
i didn’ I need to,
6. Sitting down after a walk is relaxing. But would you like to sit on a seat
7. Guan Dong saved an old lady out of the Y angtze River.
great courage he
A. What a
8. Ben was helping his mother when the rain began to beat heavily
9. I really need to take more exercise because Im
A. putting down
R putting on
10.- Will you do any cleaning in the park this Sunday?
I do so every Sunday.
A. Nice work
B. No sh
C. You bet
D. In with a chane
11.- He is planning to walk on the wings of a flying plane.
What, I have never heard of
A. a crazier
D. the craze
12. The shop in Wanda Square
here so far
C. has been open: haven't gone
Linda to make up her mind
to play an instrument.
A. for: learni
B. fort to learn
C. of: learning
D. of: to learn
entered the final competition last month. His hobby has
A. successful: success
C. successfully: success
D. successfully: successful
15. She wa
she walked out without a
A. what: that
B. that: what
The grass looks greener on the other side of the fence. That's an old 16in
English. It means other places often look better, more interesting than the place in
17 you live. Some people worry
young Chinese are beginning to feel that
way. They see young Chinese paying no attention to Chinese culture and, 19
uying Japanese cartoon books, watching Korean soap operas and even celebrating
ks and soap operas are good
Chinese writers and actors are just
as good. As for holidays, Christmas is
but it can 21 have the meaning for
Chinese that the Spang Festival has, and the West has nothing to compare with the
Mid-autumn Festival. And let's not forget the part of Chinese culture I like best:
2 friendliness Not all countries are as 23 as China.
It,s good to enjoy other cult ures and 24 from them, but they cannot replace
good long look. You will find that the grass isn't always greener on the other side of
19. A. howeve
D, to learn
25.A. make up B. make up of C. make
A restaurant had once fallen upon hard times. Only five 26 were left the
anager and four others, all
at managing business, so the manager 27 to ask the businessman if he could offer
advice that might save the
and the businessman talked for
a long period of time, but when he wa
while and then said," I have no advice to give. The only thing I can tell you is that the
The manager, returning to the restaurant 29 told the other people what the
the old restaura
re fully of the words of the businessman,"The
of us? they asked
themselves. As they thought about this possibi lity, they all began to treat each other
ith 31 respect( it). And thinking that each of themselves might be the s
hey also began to treat themselves with more care
As time went by, people
that some respect and
warm kindness were around the five old members of the small restaurant. Hardly
people began to come back to the restaurant. They began to
bring their friends, and theirs brought more friends. Two 34 later, the small
restaurant had once again become a big food company, thanks to the businessman
35. They understood that it was they themselves that were the
27. A. hoped
29. A. angrily
30. A. following B. followed
31. A strange
32. A. received
35. A. advice
Do you want a job in the holidays? Just go for it. First, you need to know what
kind of job is suitable for your age and interest.
It seems that you can't work almost anywhere, but you re probably allowed
There is no lowest wage(T Y) for children under 16.
By law, you can't work more than 35 hours each week during school holidays. And
ou can't work before 7am or after 7pm.
The lowest wage for 16--17-year-old teenagers should be no less the
You can't work in a pub or bar, but you
By law, you can't work more than 40 hours each week.
Obviously your choices are limited( A i) by the fact that you can only work during
school holidays, but the following situations a
short of ha
so you may
there. In autumn, theres always fruit picking. It can be pretty hard work, but it pays
help out at
a local foot ball club. No matter how much you are paid, you are doing what you like.
36. In the school holidays, 14-year-old kids
A. can work any where they want
B. are not allowed to work alone
C. cant go to work at night
37. How much can a 16-year-old kid be paid at least in two hours?
A. 21 dollars.
B. 17 dollars.
38. If you want to clean cars for others, you should at least be
39. According to the passage, fruit picking is
tiring but pays well
D. more interesting to girls
A. If you are 17 years old, you re not allowed to walk the dog for your neighbour.
B. Teenagers can choose their jobs according to their interest
C.Fruit picking pays well because there are fewer people to pick it.
D. Only a foot ball fan is allowed to work in a foot ball club.
A new study finds that more than eighty percent of Internet users in the United
States search for health information on line
Susannah Fox from the Pew Internet Project says doctors are still the main sot
of health information. But the study found that searching online is one of the leading
ways that people look for a second opinion. He says, People are sort of fact-checking
what they have heard from a doctor. Our studies show that people are still very likely to
turn to a health doc tor when they need a diagnosis(istr)or are planning a treatment
Forty percent of people are actually looking for doctors or other providers whe
y search for health information online Two thirds of internet users look on line for
formation about a certain disease or medical condition
The Internet has also become an im portant source of spiritual
th health problems. Susannah Fox says one in five Internet users has gone online to
find other people who have the sa
mon if it affects(侵袭) fewer than200,000 people
worldwide. The rise of social net working has made it easier for people with uncommon
diseases to connect with each other and feel less alone. Social networking is also
changing the way some doctors and patients communicate with each other.
Dr Jeff Livingston operates a medical centre for women in Irving, Texas. His office
ses password-protected software to share informat ion with patients. He says the
software has increased efficiency(效率
s and improved relations with
Facebook Page, a MySpace page and a Twitter feed
is one of the most popular ways people look for health information.
A. Asking their parents
B. The Pew Internet Project
C. Searching online
D. Reading books on medicine