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1.—Do you know Miss Wang?
—Yes, she teaches _____ PE.
  • A. our
  • B. ours
  • C. us
  • D. we
2.The 19th Asian Games will start _____ September, 2022.
  • A. at
  • B. in
  • C. on
  • D. to
3.Lily is my good friend, _____ we often help each other with our schoolwork.
  • A. and
  • B. but
  • C. or
  • D. although
4.—I really like chatting with you. Can you stay a little longer?
—I'd like to, but it's getting late. I really ____ go home.
  • A. would
  • B. could
  • C. can
  • D. must
5.—_______ can you finish this project?
—In about two hours.
  • A. How far
  • B. How often
  • C. How long
  • D. How soon
6.—Do you know the girl who is giving a speech on the stage?
—Yes, she's my friend Laura. How I hope I can speak English as ______ as she does.
  • A. good
  • B. better
  • C. well
  • D. best
7.—Did you watch the NBA Final on TV last night?
—No, I ________ my physics project at that time.
  • A. work on
  • B. was working on
  • C. have worked on
  • D. am working on
8.Nowadays it's very useful ______ a foreign language.
  • A. learn
  • B. learned
  • C. to learn
  • D. learns
9.—I didn't know you were friends with Mr. Smith.
—We ______ each other for 6 years.
  • A. knew
  • B. are known
  • C. have known
  • D. will know
10.We won't have the picnic in the park if it ______ tomorrow.
  • A. will rain
  • B. is raining
  • C. rained
  • D. rains
11.A new school _______ last term.
  • A. found
  • B. was founded
  • C. will found
  • D. have found
12.—Can you tell me _____ to the National Museum next Monday?
—Yes. We will go there by bus.
  • A. how we will go
  • B. how will we go
  • C. how do you go
  • D. how you went
13.Sacrifice
  We got a HUGE task in PE class. HUGE!This was so big that Mr. Dover was basing half of our grades on it.
  Here was the task. We were divided into groups of (1)      . One person stood on one side of the gym, and the other three stood across from him or her. We had to get a baby doll across the gym floor to the fourth member on the other side. But we couldn't just walk across the gym floor because we had to pretend (假装) the floor was full of crocodiles. And the baby doll couldn't be dropped on the floor because we were supposed to pretend it was our most beloved baby. If the fourth member (2)       to catch the baby doll, the team would not get any grade.
  Many solutions we tried, but none of them (3)       well without dropping the baby doll on the floor.
  The class was almost over, but we were still not getting anywhere. And not even a team got any (4)      . Suddenly a word "sacrifice (牺牲)" on a poster caught my eyes. Then I had an idea.
  I quickly gathered all the baby dolls of each team and handed them to my team members. Then I walked directly into the enter of the gym. After that, I asked my team members to walk to Hudson, who was standing on the other side of the gym. With all the dolls getting across, all the groups could get grades.
  I announced, "While all the crocodiles are busy (5)       me, my team members could take all the baby dolls across the gym floor, and at the same time, all baby dolls will be safe and (6)      ."
  Mr. Dover was shocked. "Jamie, you are going to let the crocodiles eat you? Doesn't that mean you fail?"
  "I already failed," I answered (7)      . "But now everybody else passes. And they can get their grades, right?"
  Mr. Dover smiled. He said to the whole class, "She is right. The only solution to this task is for one member to (8)       up everything for the rest of you. You got it, Jamie! And all of you will get A-plus!"
14.Long Lake Camp For Teens
  Have fun every minute of every day at Long Lake Summer Camp! Every day is perfect because you can not only enjoy activities but also make new friends.
  Rock Camp
  Our Rock Camp is different from anywhere else. We can offer you all the band lessons. We add a special Rock Guitar this summer. You can practice with your friends every day.
  Dance Camp
  All our wonderful dance camp teachers are returning this summer. We will again offer you all the very best dance camps for modern dance, hip hop, musical theater and more.
  Music Camp
  There is something for every interest, whether you sing or play an instrument. You also can develop your music skills.
  Film Camp
  Long Lake Film Camp offers great film making chances. With our help, you can make your own film. Try it! Most importantly, our video experts share their experience of the art of film making.
  Cost: $1000 —$1999
  Ages: From 10 to 16
  Camp Address: 199 Washington Avenue, Dobbs Ferry, New York 10522 Tel:800 7677111
  E-mail:marc@longlakecamp. com

15.The Road Less Traveled
  Pennsylvania is one of the oldest states in America, and its full of mysterious places!One of those places is an old highway that hasn't been used for many years.
  My dad loves history, and he learned that it was open to the public. So, when I was 14, we took a bike trip to explore this historic road!
  My dad chose a 16-mile part of the road for us to ride. It included an old tunnel called Sideling Hill. This old tunnel is over a mile long!
  To prepare, we checked our brakes (刹车) and made sure our bike lights had batteries (电池). My mom made us some sandwiches. She also gave us fruit and plenty of water. In the morning, we put our bikes into the trunk (后备箱) of the car. Then we set off.
  After a two-hour drive, we reached the road. It was a cool afternoon in early fall. I didn't think we would be much too hot. But our trip started with a long uphill climb!
  As we came near to the Sideling Hill Tunnel, I felt nervous as it was very dark inside!But my dad encouraged me. He said he would be right beside me. He reminded me to stay careful and keep my light on!
  When we entered the tunnel, the sound of our bikes echoed (回响)through the darkness. The air smelled unpleasant, like wet mud. And I felt like I was being watched!I was pretty scared, but focusing on following my dad helped me relax. After riding half-way through, I could see light coming from the other end of the tunnel. That gave me courage to keep going. And I was so happy to ride out into the bright afternoon!
  Whenever I am going through difficulties in life, I remember this trip. It reminds me that my father is always beside me. He turns on the light of hope in my heart. And he gives me courage to keep riding through life's dark tunnels.

16.Get Stressed, Stay Young
  For many years doctors have warned us about the dangers of stress and have given us advice about how to cut down our stress levels. Everyone agrees that long-term stress, for example having to look after someone who has a long-lasting illness, or stressful situations where there is nothing we can do, for example being stuck in a traffic jam, is bad for our health and should be avoided whenever possible. However, some medical experts now believe that certain kinds of stress may actually be good for us.
  Dr. Kyriazis, an anti-ageing expert, explains that what he calls "good stress" is beneficial to our health and may, in fact, help us stay young and attractive and even live longer. Dr. Kyriazis says that "good stress" can strengthen our natural defenses which protect us from illnesses common among older people, such as Alzheimers, arthritis, and heart problems. He believes that "good stress" can increase the production of the proteins (蛋白质) that help to repair the body's cells, including brain cells.
  According to Dr. Kyriazis, running for a bus or having to work to a deadline are examples of "good stress", that is, situations with short-term, low or middle level stress. The stress usually makes us react quickly and efficiently, and gives us a sense of achievement — we did it ! However, in both these situations, the stress damages the cells in our body or brain and they start to break down. But then the cells own repair system "turns on" and it produces proteins which repair the damaged cells and remove harmful chemicals that can gradually cause disease. In fact, the body's reaction is greater than what is needed to repair the damage, so it actually makes the cells stronger than they were before.
  "As the body gets older, this self-repair function of the cells starts to slow down," says Dr. Kyriazis. "The best way to keep the process working efficiently is to 'exercise' it, in the same way you would exercise your muscles to keep them strong. This means having a certain amount of stress in our lives. " Other stressful activities that Kyriazis suggests as being "good stress" include redecorating a room in your house over a weekend, packing your suitcase in a hurry to reach the airport on time, shopping for a dinner party during your lunch break or programming your DVD player by following the instruction manual (说明书).
  So next time your boss tells you that she wants to see that report finished and on her desk in 45 minutes, don't worry, just think of it as "good stress" which will have benefits for your long-term health!
17.  In the last 25 years, the populations of monarch butterflies have reduced by hundreds of millions, according to the Wildlife Services Species report. The black and orange butterflies face insecticides (杀虫剂), loss of milkweed — the plant monarchs lay eggs on and the caterpillars only food source, and habitat(栖息地) loss.
  City people making a difference
  The smaller population led Field Museum researchers in Chicago to ask:What makes a successful city monarch garden? Hasle, an ecologist at the Field Museum, and Karen Klinger, a geographer, are working to answer that question. Many stops along the monarchs migratory (迁徙) route are taking an all-hands-on-deck way to help out the butterfly, looking for more places where milkweed might grow. "We think, in one way, cities are providing an important place for a lot of insects, "Hasle said. Although the project is still fairly new, there are already some findings. Unlike some other field work derailed by the COVID-19, the monarch project worked well with more people staying home to watch over their gardens.
  According to the weekly reports participants (参与者) sent, more successful gardens had more milkweed and blooming plants or much larger fields. But Klinger said one participant with a single plant watched eggs change all the way to a chrysalis. So, she said, "You just need one plant."
   (3)
  In 2020, during the second season of the study, the number of caterpillars dropped, even though the number of participants more than doubled.
  Chicago saw a hot, dry summer in 2020, which may have affected the health of the milkweed plants. In 2021, the reports out of Mexico noted illegal logging (非法砍伐), as well as trees hit by wind and drought. But they also said spring and summer weather conditions were hard for milkweed blossoms (开花) and egg development in the southern U. S. , which limited reproduction.
  Not giving up
  Now is the perfect time to start planning to plant some milkweed, Hasle and Klinger said.
  "The best thing to do is what you can do," Hasle said. " One milkweed plant in a pot on your window board is doing something." "Probably it gives you something to look forward to during the boring winter in Chicago."

18.Eating Disorders
  An eating disorder is a kind of illness in which a person does not eat in a normal or healthy way.
  In the United States, restrictions for COVID-19 (新冠管控) are loosening, however eating disorder cases are on the rise. Experts warn that being alone and feeling anxious can increase the harmfulness of eating disorders.
  "We are certainly seeing great increases," said Jennifer Wildes who is an associate psychiatry professor (精神病学副教授) at the University of Chicago Medicine. She told the reporter that some patients are waiting to five months to get mental health treatment and medical cares. Before COVID-19, she added, wait times were usually only a few weeks. Recently, Wildes' program treats about 100 patients. Before COVID-19, the number of patients was half that number.
  Another treatment program for eating disorders at the University of Minnesota is experiencing the same thing. Daily calls to its program from people asking for treatment have doubled. In 2019, there were about 60 calls a day. "Since COVID-19 began, that number is up to 130 calls a day," said Jillian Lampert, who is one of the leaders of the program.
  Because of COVID-19, some people make themselves eat a lot as a way to deal with the feeling of "out of control". Other people are doing the opposite of things. They are taking the message of " don't gain COVID -19 weight" too strictly. They are reducing their meals to the point of anorexia (厌食症). Bulimic (贪食) is also a kind of eating disorder. Bulimic people eat large amount of food and then force themselves to throw it up.
  A study of electronic medical records from about 80 U. S. hospitals found a 30 percent increase of eating disorder starting after March 2020, compared with numbers from 2018 and 2019. The leader of the study, Dr. Dave Little said that the COVID pandemic has given society, and in particular young people, a lot of mental health difficulties.
  Here are some signs of eating disorder from the U. S. National Eating Disorders Organization.
◎Thinking about weight, body size, and food too much.
◎Seem uneasy eating around others.
◎Restrictions against types of food, for example, bread or sugar.
◎Avoiding usual friends and social activities.
◎Extreme change in mood and behavior.
19.从下面两个题目中任选一题, 根据中文和英文提示, 完成一篇不少于50词的文段写作.文中已给出内容不计入总词数.所给提示词语仅供选用.请不要写出你的校名和姓名.
题目①假如你是李华, 一名北京的初三学生.你和你的英国网友 Jack 正通过电子邮件交流你们最近的阅读情况:你最近读过什么作品, 它主要讲述了什么内容, 和你喜欢这个作品的原因.
提示词语:Journey to the West, experience, adventure, interesting
提示问题:
● What story/poem/novel have you read recently?
● What does it mainly talk about?
● Why do you like it so much?

Dear Jack,
  I like reading very much. Recently I have read _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  Looking forward to hearing about your recent readings.
Yours,
Li Hua
20.根据中文和英文提示, 完成一篇不少于50词的文段写作.文中已给出内容不计入总词数.所给提示词语仅供选用.请不要写出你的校名和姓名.
不论是大事件还是小场合, 每个需要帮助的地方都能看到志愿者服务的身影.他们用一颗颗爱心, 温暖和帮助着他人, 进行着爱的传递, 同时也收获着成长.
某英文网站正在开展以"我的志愿服务经历(My Volunteering Experience)"为主题的征文活动.假如你是李华, 请用英语写一篇短文投稿, 谈谈你最难忘的一次志愿服务经历, 你做了哪些工作, 以及有什么收获.
提示词语:help, tired, happy, benefit, grow up
提示问题:
●What is your most unforgettable volunteering experience?
●What did you do?
●What have you learned from the experience?
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