??? It is sometimes possible to fix a water damaged cell phone. 1. . The longer you wait, the more likely the phone is unrepairable.

As soon as you notice your phone has dropped into water, you should take a cloth to wipe it off. Additionally, you should take out the SIM card and battery.2. .

If you put your water damaged cell phone back together and it won't turn on, it is likely that some water has gotten down inside the phone.3. . You can remove the battery and SIM card from the phone once again and place all three components into a bowl filled with rice. This may work because rice is very absorbent.

4. . If the rice method either did not work, you can take the phone apart and lay all its pieces outside in direct sunlight for several hours. The heat from the sun may completely dry out the inside and outside of the phone and its parts. If it is raining or the sun is not out, you can use a blow dryer on low heat to get the same results.

If all of your attempts at repairing your phone are unsuccessful, you will likely have no choice but to take it to your cell provider or to a place that repairs cell phones to get it fixed. Unless your phone is very valuable, the cost of repairing the phone might be higher than what you paid for it. 5. . It may be beneficial to meanwhile purchase insurance from your cell phone provider.

A. If so, you have to throw it

B. You could also use heat to fix it

C. Fixing it doesn’t always end up with success

D. Repairing it as soon as possible may be greater

E. Then you might be better off buying a new one

F. When this happens, you can still repair it using rice, though.

G. Place them onto a paper towel so the water can completely drain


??? Researchers are often interested in how culture changes over time. All cultures go through periods of change and some cultures change faster than others. For example, in the past 10 years, Chinese culture has changed rapidly as western products have become popular. Other countries, such as France, have created rules to prevent their culture from changing too quickly.

Even though cultures change at different paces, the causes of cultural change are quite similar around the world. One of these is technology and medicine. In the United States the invention and development of birth control pills and other measures helped parents to limit the size of their families. As a result, families grew smaller and parents could give more attention to fewer children.? On the other hand, new technology has also created emotional distance among families.

Cultures also change when they come into contact with other cultures. Immigration, for example, often results in cultural change for both immigrants and the host culture. Immigrants often bring with them different ideas, food, music, language, and manners when they move to a new culture. In Canada, for example, the government has a policy of multiculturalism where immigrants are encouraged to share their background cultures with Canadians while adopting and accepting Canadian culture.

Cultural change can occur due to larger events. For example, economic depression, war, and disaster can endanger societies, which must adapt to these challenges and events. Because of these changes in society, ideas and ways of life also affect the entire culture. For example, during World War II, many American men were sent far off to fight. Consequently, women were suddenly needed to work in the factories. As a result of this change, it is no longer culturally acceptable to believe that they should not have the right to work.

1.In the first paragraph which country has experienced rapid cultural change in the last decade?

A. Canada. B. China. C. France. D. America.

2.What will probably be talked about following the last paragraph?

A. Another reason for cultural change.

B. A discussion of immigration policy in France.

C. Another cultural change caused by World War II.

D. Some examples of highly successful working women.

3.What would be a good title for this passage?

A. Immigration Policy and Culture B. Immigration and Culture

C. New Technology and Family Culture D. Theories of Cultural Change


??? Have you ever made your life look a little more charming than it actually is by posting truths on social media? If so, you may be damaging your mental health.

The posts we make on social media platforms allow us to look back and see what we did on a given day. But what happens when, in an effort to impress our online friends, photos and videos we post become beautified versions of the things we did?

A young girl named Sophia went out to a romantic anniversary dinner with her boyfriend, had a near relationship-ending fight during dessert, then came home and posted, “Had the best time out with the love of my life!” — even with a photo of the meal. No surprise, but according to a new study, Sophia was by no means unique. Two-thirds of users admit lying about their lives on social media with 20 percent of young people between the ages of 18 and 24 stating that they edit their own stories by frequently lying about relationships and promotions.

By beautifying our online stories, we are harming our memories. We start believing the stories we tell rather than remembering what really happened. Soon, the real experience is lost and all that remains is the beautified version of history.

Scientists fear that these edited stories will end up changing our memories. It’s well confirmed through research that our own memories are often unreliable and can be easily controlled. Writing down one’s life in the form of a journal, or even on social media can help us keep our memories undamaged, but only if we tell the truth. So recording our experiences through whatever medium, to later recall lessons we learned, is not only acceptable but desirable. In fact, looking back at our own past - however embarrassing or uncomfortable - is not just healthy but can be enjoyable.

1.Why did Sophia post her story with a photo of the meal?

A. To make her post attractive.

B. To show his photography skill.

C. To convince others of her story.

D. To show how enjoyable the meal was.

2.In what kind of tone did the writer write the text?

A. Encouraging. B. Critical. C. Humorous. D. Enthusiastic.

3.The last paragraph implies that many people don’t realize ________.

A. Recalling the unpleasant past can also be enjoyable

B. Writing down our life on social media does no good to us

C. recording experiences through media is unacceptable

D. Recording our experiences through media is beneficial

4.What a lesson can be drawn from the text?

A. Leaving others a good impression is desirable.

B. Editting our online stories weakens our memory.

C. Posting our experiences on social media is risky.

D. Beautifying our history ends up hurting ourselves.


??? It was a mid-winter's day. My Mom had ordered me and my two brothers outside so she could get a little housework done.

My brothers were seven and five years older than me and much bigger as well. Still, it was I who decided to start the snowball fight. I hit one of them when they weren't looking and soon we were all making and throwing snowballs as fast as we could. Being little helped me avoid the first dozen or so snowballs that came my way until the one that caught me in the back of the head and sent me sliding into the two foot deep snowdrift. I felt two hands grasp my shoulders as my oldest brother lifted me out safely. I laughed as I dusted the snow off.

Later Mom called us back inside for a lunch of hot, chicken soup. I drank it slowly and then sat near the old, wood stove in our living room and let the warmth quickly dry my damp socks and jeans. It felt so nice. I couldn't describe the feeling back then but I know now that it was pure happiness.

In those innocent days of childhood there was no regret for the past or worry for the future. Each moment could be enjoyed just the way God intended. Each day could be filled with fun, laughter, and love. I think that we all need to re-experience that feeling in our lives. We need to live with childlike joy while keeping our adult wisdom. We need to throw a few snowballs and drink a few bowls of soup afterwards. We need to trust in our Heavenly Father's love for us and share our love with others as well. Life here is too brief not to enjoy all of its precious moments.

1.Why did the writer’s mother order them outside?

A. To let them do more outdoor exercises.

B. For the convenience of doing housework.

C. To let them help her do housework outside.

D. To give them a surprise when they returned.

2.Why could the writer avoid so many snowballs?

A. Because his figure was small.

B. Because he was the youngest.

C. Because he had quick reaction.

D. Because he was good at avoiding.

3.What is the writer’s purpose in writing the text?

A. To introduce a good outdoor exercise.

B. To recall an experience in his childhood.

C. To show life should be enjoyed to the fullest.

D. To sing high praises of his mother’s greatness.



1.Who is the speaker?

A. Brandon’s mother. B. A customer. C. An announcer at Wal-Mart.

2.Where was Brandon last seen?

A. In the frozen foods section.

B. In the sporting goods section.

C. In the toys section.

3.What is Brandon wearing?

A. A white shirt and a red baseball cap.

B. Blue jeans and a black baseball cap.

C. A dark shirt and blue jeans.

4.What should customers do if they see Brandon?

A. Call the security department.

B. Take him to the Pizza Hut.

C. Help him to get to the security desk.



1.Why does the woman call the man?

A. To invite him to a party.

B. To help him buy some food.

C. To ask him to send some invitations.

2.What does the woman say about Ben?

A. He is leaving France.

B. He has become a teacher.

C. He will work for a magazine.

3.Who will attend the party?

A. Ben’s teachers. B. Ben’s parents. C. Ben’s workmates.

4.When will the speakers meet?

A. At 8:45. B. At 9:00. C. At 10:00.



1.What’s the woman’s trouble?

A. She argued with her classmate.

B. She has difficulty getting a job.

C. She lacks of fashionable clothes.

2.What should the woman do according to her parents?

A. Spend more time on her study.

B. Buy some new clothes.

C. Get a part-time job.

3.What do we know about the woman?

A. She is the same size as her sister.

B. She doesn’t want to wear her sister’s clothes.

C. She will have a talk with her parents.



1.What’s the probable relationship between the speakers?

A. Boss and employee. B. Husband and wife. C. Neighbors.

2.What does the man have to do now?

A. Talk with the woman. B. Go to the airport. C. See Mr. Brown off.



1.How much will the woman pay?

A. $100. B. $200. C. $400.

2.What does the woman ask the man to do?

A. Walk the dog twice a day.

B. Feed the dog every two hours.

C. Get the dog’s registration papers.


What will the woman do?

A. Take a bath. B. Cook a meal. C. Call her dad.


Where does the woman want to have dinner?

A. At the man’s house.

B. At the Red Rose Restaurant.

C. At the Blue Moon Restaurant.


When did the woman came back home?

A. At 8:00 B. At 10:00. C. At 11:00.


What is the man doing?

A. Asking permission. B. Offering help. C. Finding the smoking area.


What does the man plan to do?

A. Attend a concert. B. See a film. C. Watch a game.



Bad eating habits of

some students

Good eating habits

My opinions

● not have breakfast

● prefer snacks

● be particular about food

● have various healthy diets

● have meals at a regular time and proper amount



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Dear friends

As we all know, we are what we eat. Therefore, it's very important for us to form healthy eating habits.


That's all. Thank you!



1.As the saying goes, a friend in need is a friend__________(真正地).

2.He did not look forward to being in __________(债务)because his restaurant was no longer popular.

3.The next morning I’d just about given myself up for lost when I was ________ (发现)by a ship.

4.What will happen to you if you don’t eat a ___________(平衡的) diet.

5.If you wish to invite a friend over to visit, you must first ask for your host’s___________ (允许)

6.The method of learning English is of much __________(益处).

7.It is bad __________(礼貌) to make fun of the disabled people.

8.The polluted water can be very__________(有害的) to the environment.

9.Our house is ___________(包围)by tress, so we can enjoy their shade in the summer.

10.The other day , Liu Xiang had a _________(聊天)with netizens.



It was Mother's Day morning last year. My five-year-old son, Tenyson, and I 1. (leave)the supermarket after shopping when an old woman fell over at the entrance and hit her head on the ground. Her husband was with her, but the woman was 2.? (serious) hurt and shaking with pain.

At the front of the supermarket a charity (慈善) group was selling flowers to raise funds. Tenyson suggested that we 3. ( buy) the lady a flower. “It will make 4.? feel better” he said. I was amazed that he'd come up 5.? such a sweet idea. So we went to the flower seller to buy a flower for the lady.

By now rescuers had arrived, and were attending the 6. (injure)woman. As we walked up to her, my son became frightened by all the blood and medical 7.(equip). He said he was just too scared to go up to her.

Instead I gave the flower to the woman's husband 8.? told him, “ My son was very upset for your wife and bought her this flower to cheer her up.”

At that, the old man was moved and said, “Thank you so much, you have a good son. Happy Mother's Day to you.”

The man then gave his wife the flower, 9. (tell) her who it was from. 10.? badly hurt, the old lady looked up at Tenyson with thanks in her eyes and gave him a little smile.


Many people spend their New Year’s Eve getting dressed up and dancing their way to midnight. My brother and I decided to do things a bit ________.

We each filled a backpack with clothes, shoes and other things and headed out to the ________. The first person we saw was a 15-16-year-old boy picking up ________ plastic bottles on the train platform(站台). We called him over and started up a(n)________. We had a look at his ________ and noticed he had ________ fingernails(手指甲). We explained that it was ________ to keep short nails and then we ________ cutting them for him. When we were ________, we offered him some chocolate candies, which made him look at us ________. We talked to him some more and began ________ some of the chocolate ourselves. Finally, he ________ took the chocolate himself and then began telling us his ________.

His name was Raju. After his mother died, his father remarried. Unable to ________ his stepmother(继母), Raju ran away from ________ and has been living on the streets for 3 years, collecting and ________ empty plastic bottles.

When we met Raju, he wasn’t wearing any ________. One quick look into our backpacks and we ________ what we were looking for-a pair of Nike shoes. When we dressed him in them-Raju’s eyes were full of ________. “These shoes are so great. Nothing will hurt my ________. .Thank you so much!” Touched by our actions, he joined us as we walked around and looked for those in need.

1.A. busily??? B. differently??? C. quickly??? D. carefully

2.A. shop??? B. bus station??? C. train station??? D. forest

3.A. empty??? B. new??? C. useful??? D. beautiful

4.A. trouble??? B. game??? C. experiment??? D. conversation

5.A. head??? B. legs??? C. hands??? D. face

6.A. no??? B. broken??? C. long??? D. dirty

7.A. difficult??? B. possible??? C. strange??? D. important

8.A. began??? B. preferred??? C. enjoyed??? D. continued

9.A. asked??? B. done??? C. accepted??? D. advised

10.A. gladly??? B. bravely??? C. doubtfully??? D. nervously

11.A. sending??? B. throwing??? C. eating??? D. keeping

12.A. slowly??? B. secretly??? C. directly??? D. hopelessly

13.A. wish??? B. story??? C. luck??? D. wealth

14.A. catch up with??? B. make use of??? C. get along with??? D. take hold of

15.A. school??? B. platform??? C. city??? D. home

16.A. borrowing??? B. selling??? C. returning??? D. painting

17.A. shoes??? B. shirts??? C. gloves??? D. trousers

18.A. forgot??? B. described??? C. found??? D. checked

19.A. fear??? B. happiness??? C. surprise??? D. politeness

20.A. feet??? B. heart??? C. belief??? D. life


??? Is there anything more important than health? I don't think so. “Health is the greatest wealth(财富) ” wise people say. 1.

If you have a headache, toothache, backache, earache or bad pain in the stomach, if you complain of a bad coughif you run a high temperature and have a bad cold, or if you suffer from high or low blood pressure, I think you should go to the doctor.

The doctor will examine your throat, feel your pulsetest your blood pressure, take your temperature, sound your heart and lungs, test your eyes, check your teeth or have your chest Xrayed.?? 2. The only thing you have to do is follow his advice. 3.

An old gentleman came to see the doctor. The man was very ill. He told the doctor about his weakness, memory loss and serious problems with his heart and lungs. The doctor examined him and said there was no medicine for his disease. He told his patient to go to a quiet place for a month and have a good rest.?? 4. In other words, the doctor advised him to follow the rule: “Eat at pleasure, drink with measure and enjoy life as it is.” The doctor also said that if the man wanted to be well againhe shouldn't smoke more than one cigarette a day.

A month later the gentleman came into the doctor's office.?? 5.? He thanked the doctor and said that he had never felt a healthier man.

“But you knowdoctor” he said“it's not easy to begin smoking at my age.”

A.He also advised him to eat a lot of meat, drink two glasses of red wine every day and take long walks.

B.You can't be good at your studies or work well when you are ill.

C.After that he will advise some treatment,or some medicine.

D.All these will cost a lot of money.

E.He looked cheerful and happy.

F.He was more worried about his illness.

G.Speaking about doctor's advice, I can't help telling you a funny story.


??? A food additive (添加剂) is any substance that is added to food. Many people are put off by the idea of “chemicals in food.” The truth is that all food is made up of chemicals. Natural substances like milk, as well as man-made ones like drinks on sale in the market, can be described by chemical formulas. Some chemical substances are indeed harmful, but a person who refused to consume any chemicals would find nothing to eat.

The things we eat can be divided into natural and man-made substances. Some people feel that only natural foods are healthy and that all man-made ingredients are to be avoided. But many natural chemicals, found in plants and animals, are harmful when eaten, and some laboratory-made substances increase the nutritional value of food. Other chemicals have natural and man-made forms that are exactly alike: vitamin C is vitamin C, whether it comes from a test tube or from an orange. Like “chemical”, “man-made” doesn’t necessarily mean “not fit to eat”.

Food additives are used for many reasons. We add sugar and salt and other things to foods we prepare at home to make them taste better. Food producers have developed a range of additives that stabilize, thicken, harden, keep wet, keep firm, or improve the appearance of their products. Additives can make food more convenient or nutritious, give it a longer shelf life, and make it more attractive to the consumer, thus increasing the sales and profits of the producers.

Food additives are presently the centre of a storm of serious argument. Food producers have been known to use additives that have not been proved safe; some substances in common use have been proved unsafe and have been taken off the market. Many people feel there’s a risk of eating food to which anything has been added. But food additives are now regulated by the FDA of the federal government, and new additives will go through strict testing before they can be placed on the market. For most people, the chances of developing serious side effects (副作用) from the long-term use of presently approved (批准) food additives are very small.

1.From the passage we can learn that ?????? .

A. natural foods are much safer than man-made ones

B. it is right to refuse chemicals in food

C. food additives are harmful to our health

D. all foods have chemical substances

2.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

A. Food additives can improve the quality of foods in many ways.

B. To ensure food safety, the FDA will stop food additives.

C. Foods free of additives can keep a much longer shelf life.

D. Foods with more additives have higher nutritional value.

3.We can infer from the regulation to the food additives by the FDA that ?????? .

A. new additives will be approved more easily than before

B. food with common-used additives will be taken off the market

C. food additives will be used in a safer and more scientific way

D. food producers won’t be allowed to use new food additives

4.According to the writer, the food additive is ?????? .

A. worrying B. acceptable

C. poisonous D. avoidable


??? Like all big cities, Paris has a traffic problem: lots of cars, lots of traffic jams (阻塞) and lots of pollution from exhaust fumes (废气). So the city began a scheme (计划) to improve the situation.

Under the Velib scheme (‘Velib’ comes from vélo liberté, or ‘bicycle freedom’) people can take a bicycle, use it for as long as they want, and then leave it at the same or another bicycle station. The first half-hour on the bike is free, but if you don’t return it after 30 minutes, you have to pay. But it’s only €1 a day or €29 a year! The bicycles are heavy (25 kg), and they are all grey and have baskets. There are about 20,000 of them in the city, and around 1,450 bicycle stations. So there are a lot more Velib stations than the 298 subway stations!

Paris is not the first city to have a scheme like this. But not everybody thinks it’s a great idea. One Parisian said, ‘These bicycles are only for short journeys. If people want to travel across the city, they won’t use a bicycle — they’ll still use their cars.’

A city spokesman said, “The bicycle scheme won’t solve all our traffic problems, of course. But it might help reduce air pollution. Traffic, together with factory fumes, is a big problem. There aren’t any simple answers to traffic problems and pollution in cities. But unless we do something now, there will be more traffic jams and temperatures will continue to rise, so the problems in our environment will get worse. The bikes might help people to lead a healthier life, too.”

1.What can we learn about the Velib scheme?

A. Its bikes have no baskets.

B. Its bikes are light and colorful.

C. It aims to make traveling easier.

D. It owns more stations than the subway.

2.If you use a Velib for 1 hour, you should pay _____.

A. €1 B. €30

C. €29 D. no money

3.Why do some people disagree with the Velib scheme?

A. The cost is rather high.

B. It’s hard to find a Velib station.

C. It’s not suitable for a long journey.

D. The distance between two Velib stations is long.

4.What’s the city spokesman’s attitude towards the bicycle scheme?

A. Doubtful. B. Positive. C. Uncaring. D. Worried.


??? The Children's Groundwater Festival, first organized by the Groundwater Foundation 19 years ago, is celebrated every year in Nebraska, a state of the central United States in the Great Plains. After organizing the festival for 16 years, the foundation passed the program on to the local community of Grand Island, Nebraska. The festival is an annual event for fourth and fifth graders of Nebraska. It is an interesting and energetic day filled with hands-on education. Water magic, folk singers and musicians, storytellers, and bird shows add to the happy atmosphere during the festival. There are also some educational activities:

Gooey Garbage: Children build a landfill (废物填埋场) and learn how a properly-built landfill can protect groundwater.

Water Races: Children learn about water pollution by racing a drop of water through a model.

Well in a Cup: By building a small aquifer (蓄水层) in a cup, children learn about aquifers and drinking water wells.

Taster's Choice: Children drink different types of water, from tap water to bottled water. Then they are taught about the treatment process of each type of water.

There's No New Water: Students are taught to make a special glass container and learn about the water cycle.

The Children's Groundwater Festival not only has a great influence on Nebraska's people. So far, similar festivals have been held in nearly 40 American states, Mexico City, several provinces in Canada, and New Delhi, India. People everywhere are realizing the importance of educating young people to learn and care about groundwater.

For more information about this festival, remember to watch our program tomorrow evening. I'll be waiting for you.

1.We can learn from the passage that the Children's? Groundwater Festival ________.

A. was started in 1978 by the Groundwater Foundation

B. is now organized by the Groundwater Foundation

C. is aimed at educating college students to care about groundwater

D. offers both fun and educational activities

2.How long does the Children's Groundwater Festival last

A. One day. B. Two days.

C. One week. D. Two weeks.

3.Which of the following activities can help children know how bottled water is made drinkable

A. Gooey Garbage. B. Water Races.

C. Well in a Cup. D. Taster's Choice.

4.The passage is most probably taken from ______.

A. a radio program

B. a TV program

C. one of Nebraska's local newspapers

D. a magazine about environment


??? A good relationship between students and teachers makes the classroom a very inviting place. When you like your teachers, it’s easier to pay attention to their explanations and improve your marks. When you consider your teachers as friends, you’ll certainly have more respect for them. When your teachers consider you to be a friend, they’ll feel more open in class and that will probably influence the classroom in a positive way. Now here are some tips to develop a friendly relationship with your teachers:

Ask questions. If you have any questions about that subject, ask them. Show them that you’re interested in their subjects. That will make them notice you. But never ask questions that you already know the answers to. If your teachers realize that you are not asking real questions, they might think that you’re not actually trying to learn, but only trying to make an impression.

Talk about non-school subjects. When you see one of your teachers in the hall, greet him/her and ask if he/she is going to that concert or if he/she has seen that movie. That way you’ll show that you consider him/her as a reined. Some teachers don’t like to have friendly relationships with students, but most of them are happy to chat with their students. After a while, they may start to talk with you about non-school subjects in the classroom.

The rest is totally up to you; it is very easy to develop a friendly relationship with any of your teachers. If you want to be friends with your teachers, just treat them as friends, but don’t forget that no matter how good friends you are, they will still be your teachers and deserve your respect.

1.What does the first paragraph mainly tell us?

A. How to make friends with your teachers in or out of class.

B. How important a good teacher-student relationship is.

C. How to make yourself pay attention to your teachers in class.

D. Some tips for developing a friendly relationship with your teachers.

2.When you ask a teacher questions you already know the answers to, __________.

A. you may make a fool of yourself trying to be smart

B. it means that you should not be above asking questions

C. you are actually trying to make fun of your teachers

D. it shows that you’re trying to pretend to know everything

3.What’s the main idea of this passage?

A. What a good teacher-student relationship is.

B. How to make friends with your classmates at school.

C. How to make the classroom a very inviting place.

D. How to develop a good relationship with your teachers.



1.Why is the speaker usually hungry by lunchtime ?

A. She doesn’t eat biscuits at work ?

B. She only has a drink for breakfast

C. She works very hard

2.When does the speaker end her lunch break ?

A. At about 1:15 B. At about 2:00 C. At about 2:15

3.What does the speaker drink for lunch ?

A. Tea B. Water C. Coffee

4.What does the speaker think of her life ?

A. Stressful B. Enjoyable C. Unhealthy



1.Where does the conversation probably take place ?

A. At home B. At school C. At a restaurant

2.Who does the girl usually talk to when she is upset ?

A. Her friends B. Her parents C. Her teachers

3.Where would the girl talk with her friend ?

A. In a shopping center B. In a classroom C. In a café

4.What does the man suggest the girl do ?

A. Study hard

B. Shop with her friends

C. Get in touch with her friends often



1.Who is the man ?

A. A policeman B. A taxi driver C. A salesman

2.What does the man want to do ?

A. Return a wallet B. Pick up Richard C. Clean a car

3.How did the man know where Richard lives ?

A. He followed Richard

B. Richard told him the address

C. He knew the address from Richard’s card



1.What are the speakers mainly talking about ?

A. An interview

B. An English class

C. A piece of homework

2.What did Mr. Gray talk a lot about ?

A. The methods of learning English

B. The culture of some countries

C. The rules in the classroom



1.What was the camping holiday like in general ?

A. It's pleasant B. It's terrible C. It's tiring

2.What did the man like about the camping holiday ?

A. Swimming in the lake B. Cooking dinner C. Putting up tents


How will the man go to work ?

A. On foot B. By car C. By understand


Which T-shirt will the woman buy ?

A. The $7 one B. The$8 one C. The $10


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