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假定你是李华,请给你的英国朋友Mike写一封邮件,介绍你升入高中后的学习情况,内容
1. 课程和科目的安排情况;
2. 数学和英语越来越难学;
3. 正在努力克服这些困难。
注意:1. 词数100左右;
2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
3. 开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。
Dear Mike,
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Yours,
Li Hua

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阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。
Coffee is an 【1】(importance) part of Italian culture. I have drunk a lot of it since I arrived here six months ago. The coffee culture in Italy is 【2】(complete) different from that in the UK. In Italy, when you order 【3】 cup of coffee in a cafe, you are presented with a tiny, bitter espresso (浓咖啡).
Takeaway coffee is very popular among the British, but it is not common in Italy, espe- cially in those 【4】 (area) where there are few tourists. Generally, people in Italy prefer to drink their tiny coffee while they are standing at the bar. For many of 【5】 (they), this short break is a part of their day.
Breakfast in a bar in Italy 【6】 (include) a coffee and a pastry (糕点).Cappuccinos (卡 布奇诺咖啡)are very popular at breakfast. A cup of cappuccino is the perfect way of 【7】(start) the day for me. I think it’s nice for people 【8】 (go) to a bar to have a coffee for breakfast before work.
Finally, a thing 【9】 has been found by me is that coffee in Italy is much cheaper. That means in Italy it is possible to go out for coffee every day 【10】 spending much money.

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I was a young newspaper reporter, and I wanted to succeed. My first ____ was in Latin America. It was almost my last job.
I had not ____ to stay in the village of Zacate, ____ it had been raining hard for a whole day. So I had to stay there.
I found people there full of _____ . This village was at the foot of a volcano (火山). It was becoming more _____. Men, women and children came to the square. A few helped each other and went out of town to get as far away from the volcano as possible, with large and full ___ in their hands. Suddenly, I felt a strong ____. The villagers in the square ___ as soon as they felt the earthquake.
Suddenly, I saw black smoke ____ down the side of the mountain towards the village. Trees and grass ____ up in a second. The volcano was coming so __ that in less than a minute the roads to the villages were __ . All I could do was watch and __. Suddenly, my landlord (房东) cried out, “Look!” He __ to a small hill. The lava (岩浆) was not coming over it but __ on each side of the __, leaving the village center __ . For a time, at least, we were _____ , unless the lava grew much and bigger.
My landlord gave me a wet blanket to cover myself to avoid the ____ and we poured water over our heads to cool ourselves. We could hardly breathe (呼吸) because of the heat and the ____ of the burning houses. Thanks to my landlord, I survived the volcano.
【1】A.friend B.Job C.voyage D.shopping
【2】A.planned B.disagreed C.hated D.refused
【3】A.so B.if C.or D.but
【4】A.happiness B.fear C.determination D.power
【5】A.comfortable B.weak C.active D.calm
【6】A.flowers B.umbrellas C.books D.packs
【7】A.flood B.earthquake C.cold D.fire
【8】A.ran away B.laughed C.stopped D.sat down
【9】A.rolling B.disappearing C.lying D.settling
【10】A.grew B.gave C.burned D.came
【11】A.gradually B.frequently C.fast D.late
【12】A.put off B.cut off C.built up D.fixed up
【13】A.wait B.read C.sleep D.relax
【14】A.returned B.added C.got D.pointed
【15】A.recovering B.resting C.seeking D.flowing
【16】A.elevator B.farm C.village D.street
【17】A.unimportant B.unusual C.uncrowded D.undamaged
【18】A.dangerous B.warm C.safe D.kind
【19】A.lightning B.heat C.partner D.enemy
【20】A.smoke B.color C.size D.noise

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Teenagers do not always agree with adults. 【1】 But in a program in New York, adults and teenagers live together in a friendly way.
Each summer 200 teenagers and 50 adults are invited to join the program. 【2】 Every- one in the group works for seven hours a day. They not only keep busy, but also find meaning and happiness in work. Some teenagers work in the forest or on the farm. Some learn to make things like tables and chairs. 【3】
There are a few free hours each day, and weekends are free, too. During the free hours, some of the teenagers learn to take photos or paint pictures. Some sit around and talk, sing or dance. All in all, each teenager has his own way to spend his free time. 【4】 In this pro- gram the teenagers and the adults make the rules together. If someone breaks a rule, they will talk about it and ask: “What should we do about it”
One teenager talks about his experience. “You stop thinking only about yourself. 【5】”
A. You learn to think about the group.
B. They, at times, have their own opinions.
C. Teenagers and adults talk with each other.
D. The adults will teach them to make other things too.
E. Proper rules are necessary while people live together.
F. Some teenagers don’t know how to spend their free time.
G. They live together for two months as members of a work group.

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On Tuesday. Google announced a new feature (特点) for the Google Assistant. People can send reminders to friends and family on their phone or their Google Home equipment.
Google has named the new feature Assignable Reminders. Here’s how the new Assignable Reminders feature works with Google Assistant.
You start off by simply starting the Google Assistant by saying “Hey Google” or by whatever shortcut (快捷键) you have set on your phone. After this, you can tell Google Assistant to remind someone of something at a certain time.
This feature will also be feasible on the Google Home smart speaker, or a smart display which works with Google Assistant. The person receiving the reminder can also replay the reminder by asking Google Assistant to show them a list of all their reminders.
These reminders can only be sent to people who are already listed as family in your Google account (账户) or people who are linked (连接) and voice-matched to the same Google Home equipment.
Another feature built within Assignable Reminders is the ability to set reminders based on someone’s place. For example, you can set a reminder for friends to buy you something from a store as soon as they reach there.
Assignable Reminders will be put into use in the next few weeks in the U.S. , the U.K, and Australia.
【1】What’s the new feature for the Google Assistant
A.Linking to more people.
B.Sending pictures to the family.
C.Reminding someone of something on the phone.
D.Answering a phone call for people.
【2】What can replace the underlined word “feasible” in paragraph 4
A.free B.lost
C.made D.used
【3】Who can receive your reminders besides those listed in your Google account
A.Those who have ever sent reminders.
B.Those who know the Google Assistant.
C.Those who are using Google Home equipment.
D.Those who are linked to the same Google Home equipment.
【4】What’s the text mainly about
A.A feature of Google Assistant.
B.Reminders will be put into use soon.
C.Reminding someone to do something in time.
D.Using the “Voice Match” to recognize the voice.

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We are the CEOs. We are the head designers. We are the top engineers. We are the senior creators. We are the inventors. We are the only maker of our own happiness.
However, we still have learned that people’s views on happiness often change with many outside things. Some people smile happily beside their new cars and homes. Students feel excited when they get better grades. Babies laugh loudly when they get new toys. Maybe true happiness has been lost in these things.
How could we have allowed ourselves to be cheated for so long Something outside may give us happiness, but what directs us to real happiness is inner (内在的) spirit.
Our spirit is so easily broken, yet it is the single strongest thing we own. Why do people with terrible diseases still smile Why do those with a broken heart still find joy The inner spirit is powerful, and it is the only thing on earth that can be broken into pieces but can perfectly mend itself with time. Think about those who suffer a lot but still feel happy. Their inner spirit is very strong.
Our inner spirit will be the greatest gift that we give ourselves. It is our compass (指南针) to happiness, but we are the tour guides.
【1】What is the author’s view about happiness
A.It can be bought from others. B.It has been lost.
C.We create it ourselves. D.It belongs to successful persons.
【2】What does paragraph 2 mainly talk about
A.Babies want to buy more toys.
B.People like smiling beside their new cars.
C.Students feel happy after getting good grades.
D.People’s views on happiness change with outside things.
【3】What is the guide to getting happiness according to the author
A.A compass. B.People’s inner spirit.
C.Other people’s views. D.Things people can buy.
【4】Why does the author mention those who suffer a lot but still feel happy
A.To stress the power of inner spirit.
B.To introduce the direction of happiness.
C.To explain the importance of happiness.
D.To tell readers the meaning of the joy.

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It has been a year since I found out my friend had passed away. I still store his phone number, even though I know calling the number will never reach him again. I feel like if I deleted (删除) his phone number, it would mean he was really gone.
Over the past few years, we have planned to travel together just to see the dolphins in the sea. However, for some reasons it didn’t happen, yet I always took his calls over the years. We shared a lot of interests.
When I knew that he had been diagnosed (诊断) with a very serious illness and was in hospital, I remembered sending messages to him. I did not receive a message back, so I left a voicemail. A week later, I sent him a message once again. However, I still didn’t get a reply. I thought he was busy. During the next several months I was very busy, too. Suddenly, in that mid-summer, I received a short message: “Sorry, Marlynn, He has passed away.”
I was vey sad and surprised at the words. I was very sad and regretful. I regretted that I let the months pass without trying again. I worked with many people who had also lost their best friends. The sadness is often unspeakable. There is guilt (内疚), helplessness and sadness that is difficult to put into words.
Now I try to be grateful for the times and memories we have. I realize the best thing that we can do is value the ones we love.
【1】What do we know about the writer’s friend
A.He lived by himself.
B.He deleted the writer’s phone number.
C.He has gone to a far-away city.
D.He has been dead for a year.
【2】What did the writer do when he didn’t receive her friend’s message
A.She telephoned him.
B.She left a voice message to him.
C.She wrote to him a week later.
D.She visited him right away.
【3】What does the author want to express in paragraph 4
A.Her hard working experience.
B.People’s attitude towards life.
C.Her sadness of losing friends.
D.Her surprise at her friend’s illness.
【4】What can be the best title for the text
A.Never Regret B.Value the Ones We Love
C.A Friend with Illness D.Be Grateful for the Future Time

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