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— Thank you so much for your lovely gift.— ____________.
BI’m glad you like it.
CPlease don’t say so.
DNo, it’s not so good.
— ______, but I seem to have misplaced your scarf. — Oh, that’s all right.
AI am fine
BIt’s nice of you
CI am sorry
DI am OK
— How often do you eat out? —____________, but usually once a week.
AHave no idea
— Could you stay a little longer?
ANo, thank you
BYou are welcome
CYes, thank you
DNo, I’m afraid I can’t
— I'm tired of your complaints.
—Just listen to me. ______.
AWhat a pleasure
BI don’t know
CThanks a lot
Had I got there five minutes earlier, I could ______ her.
It is his first visit to Europe as the ______.
______ from the hill, our school looks more beautiful.
While I was working for that company, I had to ______ consumer affairs.
Jack won the championship of the competition, ______ made the whole family ecited.
The aim is neither to judge nor to force forgiveness, but rather to ______ understanding.
We were in the same college, ______ was male-only at that time.
The commission is made up of five people, ______ two women.
A/An ______ computer will be an indispensable diagnostic tool for doctors.
Despite ______ attempts to diet, her weight soared.
Although the United States covers so much land and the land produces far more food than the present population needs, its people are by now almost entirely an urban society. Less than a tenth of the people are engaged in agriculture and forestry, and most of the rest live in or around towns，small and large. Here the traditional picture is changing: every small town may still be very like other small towns，and the typical small town may represent a widely accepted view of the country, but most Americans do not live in small towns any more. Half the population now lives in some thirty metropolitan areas (1arge cities with their suburbs of more than a million people each — a larger proportion than in Germany or England，let alone France). The statistics of urban and rural population should be treated with caution because so many people who live in areas classified as rural travel by car to work in a nearby town each day. As the rush to live out of town continues, rural areas within reach of towns are gradually filled with houses, so that it is hard to say at what moment a piece of country becomes a suburb. But more and more the typical American lives in a metropolitan rather than a small town environment.
1、6.If now America has 250 million people, how many of them are engaged in agriculture and forestry?
AAbout 25 million.
BMore than 25 million.
CLess than 25 million.
DLess than 225 million.
2、Which of the following four countries has the smallest proportion of people living in metropolitan areas?
3、What's the meaning of the word "metropolitan" in the middle of the passage?
AOf a large city with its suburbs.
BOf small and large towns.
COf urban areas．
DOf rural areas．
4、According to the passage, what can we learn about small towns in the United States?
AMost small towns become gradually crowded.
BSmall towns are still similar to each other.
CAs the traditional picture is changing, towns are different.
DSmall towns are turning into large cities.
5、Why is it hard to say when a piece of country becomes a suburb?
ABecause they are the same.
BBecause the rush takes place too quickly.
CBecause the process is gradual.
DBecause more and more Americans live in metropolitan.
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People born in the summer are more likely to be healthy than those who arrive during other times of the year, new research suggests. The phenomenon could be caused by mothers getting more sun in pregnancy — and passing on higher quantities of vitamin D to their unborn infant. A study of almost half a million British adults found babies born in June, July, and August were heavier at birth and taller as adults.
For the first time the research also revealed girls born in the summer started puberty later — an indication of better health in adult life. Early puberty in girls has been linked with a higher risk of diabetes, heart disease or breast cancer.
Previous research has shown children born between June and October are likely to be slightly taller and have bigger bones than winter-born children — believed to be related to vitamin D eposure during pregnancy.
Babies born in autumn and winter are more likely to develop food allergies — with sunlight eposure during pregnancy and vitamin D levels also thought to play a role in this. But being born in summer can have drawbacks - such as an increased risk of short-sightedness.
1、According to the new research, babies born in summer are more likely to be healthy.
2、Late puberty in girls has been related to an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease or breast cancer.
3、Vitamin D eposure during pregnancy is believed to be connected with the height of the babies.
4、Food allergies are more likely to take place among babies born in spring.
5、Short-sightedness is one of the probable disadvantages for babies born in summer.
There are five incomplete sentences in the following passage. Read the passage and choose the word that best fits into the passage, Do remember each word can be used only once.
A. Finally B. sneak C. on D. practicing E. so
It was soon clear I couldn't stay in China forever. To become a world-class musician, I had to play ___
___ the world's big stages. So in 1997, my father and I moved again, this time to Philadelphia, ___
___ I could attend the Curtis Institute of Music. ___
___ our money worries were easing. The school paid for an apartment and even lent me a Steinway (斯坦威钢琴). At night, I would __
___ into the living room just to touch the keys.
Now that I was in America, I wanted to become famous, but my new teachers reminded me that I had a lot to learn. I spent two years ___
___, and by 1999 I had worked hard enough for fortune to take over. The Chicago Symphony orchestra heard me play and liked me, but orchestra schedules were set far in advance. I thought I might join them in a few years.
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英译汉：He talks as though he were a teacher.
英译汉：As a matter of fact, he is several inches taller than his father.
英译汉：He took over from the previous headmaster in February.
英译汉：I was very impressed by the waiter's great courtesy in the five-star hotel.
英译汉：Manners are the ornaments that make a woman a lady and a man a gentleman.
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