Looking back on the first twenty years of my life,I feel grateful to have been so healthy and happy.I'm happy because of many key factors(因素). 1.

Health comes first for me, because without health everything else is meaningless. Imagine starting a career without good health. Imagine achieving anything without good health. 2.

Good health is not enough to be happy. 3. Money obviously pays for the basic necessities of life—food, housing, clothing, etc.—but it is also necessary for other reasons. Money guarantees(保证) we always get good medical treatment when we fall ill. Besides, we can also use money for entertainment that can add to our quality of life.

Family is another important factor in having a happy life because it provides the love, joy, and support that everyone needs. I love my family with all my heart. I get pleasure from their pleasure. I suffer when they suffer. 4. They give me advice when I have misunderstandings with my friends. More importantly, they are always there to share everything with me.

5. As long as I stay healthy, work hard to earn enough money and share both good times and bad times with my family,I will always be the happiest girl in the world.

A. Money is the most important factor which contributes to a happy life.

B. These three factors are all that I need and want in this world.

C. My family help me get through worries, pressures and difficulties.

D. We still need to have money in today's society.

E. Finally, I'm quite thankful that I am healthy, wealthy and happy.

F. Clearly, good health is much more important than any other things of one's life.

G. They include my physical health, healthy finances and my family's happiness.

The house next door had been empty for so long that we had quite forgotten what it was to have neighbours. One day, _______, a great furniture lorry drew up near our front gate and in a short time, all kinds of furniture were _______ on the pavement. A small car arrived, out of which came seven people: a man, a woman and five children of_______ages. The children hurried out and began laughing _______as the whole family moved into the house. Windows were_______ open; furniture was put into_______; and little faces looked curiously at us over the fence and disappeared. It was our first _______to the Robinsons.

Though we became good _______with our new neighbours, we often had causes to be made angry by them. Our garden became an unsafe place: little boys_______as cowboys or Indians would jump up from behind bushes, ________ wooden guns at us and ________us to put our hands up. Sometimes our lives were ________; at others, we were killed with a ________"Bang! Bang!"Even more dangerous were the arrows(箭)that occasionally came sailing ________the garden fence. But we did not________go in fear of our lives. The Robinsons were friendly and helpful and when we left for the holidays, we knew we had nothing to fear________our neighbours were around. We understood what it was like to have________in the long, friendless, winter evenings________Mr.Robinson would________in for a cup of tea and chat; or when Mr Robinson would________over the fence and talk endlessly with Father about gardening problems.

1.A. but B. therefore C. however D. strangely

2.A. unloaded B. removed C. loaded D. destroyed

3.A. the same B. various C. young D. middle

4.A. happily B. sadly C. astonishingly D. terribly

5.A. broken B. kicked C. forced D. pushed

6.A. place B. room C. order D. use

7.A. management B. introduction C. interview D. arrangement

8.A. enemies B. strangers C. friends D. relatives

9.A. looked B. pretended C. dressed D. worn

10.A. throw B. put C. fire D. point

11.A. ask B. order C. make D. lead

12.A. saved B. wasted C. devoted D. spared

13.A. soft B. sharp C. funny D. slow

14.A. on B. through C. over D. across

15.A. always B. every C. sometimes D. then

16.A. unless B. though C. so long as D. even if

17.A. fun B. cheers C. discussions D. company

18.A. while B. when C. as D. since

19.A. drop B. slip C. jump D. break

20.A. climb B. fall C. lean D. lie


LOCATION: Cardiff Bay, Cardiff


Situated within touching distance from where the iconic(偶像的)BBC series is filmed, the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff features a grand interactive adventure where visitors become an official companion and come face to face with some of the scariest monsters seen on screen, as well as having the chance to fly the legendary(传说的)TARDIS for the Doctor.

After experiencing the grand interactive walk-through, fully immerse yourself in props(道具)from the television series within the exhibition area — see up and close the incredible sets, costumes and props that feature in your favourite show including the entire collection of Doctors’ iconic costumes from 1963 to the present day.

Packed with amazing special effects, this multi-sensory experience is fun for the family and fans alike.


No minimum age restriction, but is advised as 5+.

Children to be accompanied by an adult.

Under 5’s are free.

This is not a 3D attraction but does include 3D effects. Strobe (闪光灯) lighting effects, floor movement and scenes which younger children may be scared within the walk through areas, please speak to a member of staff on arrival if you have any concerns.

Like the television series, the new Doctor Who Experience includes monsters and scenes that young children may find scary, so parental guidance is recommended.

1.What can visitors do in the new Doctor Who Experience?

A.Come face to face with some real monsters.

B.Talk with the legendary TARDIS for the Doctor.

C.See the collection of Doctors’ iconic costumes in 1963.

D. Going through the grand interactive walk-through.

2.What are parents recommended to do?

A. Prevent children from going.

B. Keep company with children.

C. Take photos of the exhibition.

D. Let children go there alone.

3.What is the purpose of the passage?

A. To tell people the history of Doctor Who Experience.

B. To show us how attractive Doctor Who Experience is.

C. To tell people when and where Doctor Who Experience is held.

D. To inform people some information about Doctor Who Experience.

I first met Paul Newman in 1968, when George Roy Hill, the director of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, introduced us in New York City. When the studio didn’t want me for the film — it wanted somebody as well known as Paul — he stood up for me. I don’t know how many people would have done that; they would have listened to their agents or the studio powers.

The friendship that grew out of the experience of making that film and The Sting four years later had its root in the fact that although there was an age difference, we both came from a tradition of theater and live TV. We were respectful of craft(技艺)and focused on digging into the characters we were going to play. Both of us had the qualities and virtues that are typical of American actors: humorous, aggressive, and making fun of each other— but always with an underlying affection. Those were also at the core(核心)of our relationship off the screen.

We shared the brief that if you’re fortunate enough to have success, you should put something back— he with his Newman’s Own food and his Hole in the Wall camps for kids who are seriously ill, and me with Sundance and the institute and the festival. Paul and I didn’t see each other all that regularly, but sharing that brought us together. We supported each other financially and by showing up at events.

I last saw him a few months ago. He’d been in and out of the hospital. He and I both knew what the deal was, and we didn’t talk about it. Ours was a relationship that didn’t need a lot of words.

1.Why was the studio unwilling to give the role to author at first?

A. Paul Newman wanted it.

B. The studio powers didn’t like his agent.

C. He wasn’t famous enough.

D. The director recommended someone else.

2.Why did Paul and the author have a lasting friendship?

A. They were of the same age.

B. They worked in the same theater.

C. They were both good actors.

D. They have similar characteristics.

3.What does the underlined word “that” in paragraph 3 refer to?

A. Their belief.

B. Their care for children.

C. Their success.

D. Their support for each other.

4.What is the author’s purpose in writing the text?

A. To show his love of films.

B. To remember a friend.

C. To introduce a new movie.

D. To share his acting experience.

(河北省衡水冀州中学2017届高复班第二次阶段考试)When Pat Jones finishes college, she decides to travel around the world and see as many foreign places as she could while she was young. Pat wants to visit Latin America first, so she got a job as an English teacher in a school in Bolivia. Pat spoke a little Spanish, so she was able to communicate with her students even when they didn’t know much English.

Once, a sentence she had read somewhere struck her mind; if you dream in a foreign language, you have really mastered it. Pat repeated this sentence to her students and hopes that some day she would dream in Spanish and they would dream in English.

One day, one of her worst students came up and explained in Spanish that he had not done his homework. He had gone to bed early and had slept badly.

"What does this have to do with your homework?" Pat asked.

"I dreamed all night, Miss Jones. And my dream was in English."

"In English?" Pat was very surprised, since he was such a bad student. She was even secretly jealous. Her dream was still not in Spanish. But she encouraged her young students, "Well, tell me about your dream."

"All the people in my dream spoke English. All the newspapers and magazines and all the TV programs were in English."

"But that’s wonderful," said Pat. "What did all the people say to you?"

"I am sorry, Miss Jones. That’s why I slept so badly. I didn’t understand a word they said. It was a nightmare."

1.Pat believed that ________.

A. people can learn foreign languages in their dreams

B. she already dreamed in Spanish so she has mastered Spanish

C. one of her worst students had already mastered English

D. dreaming in a foreign language means a good command of it

2.Pat’s student didn’t finish his homework because ________.

A. the homework was too difficult

B. the student dreamed in English

C. the student didn’t sleep well

D. the student didn’t know much English

3.The writer wrote this story ________.

A. to show us how to learn a foreign language

B. to show us how to teach a foreign language

C. to amuse us with an interesting story

D. to encourage us to travel to foreign countries

4.From the passage we can infer that ________.

A. in Bolivia, people speak Spanish

B. Pat’s student who dreamed in English was actually good at English

C. Pat has already learned much Spanish

D. in Latin America, the newspapers and magazines are in English

When it comes to friends, I desire those who will share my happiness with me. When I was in the eighth grade, I had a friend. We were shy and "too serious" about our studies when it was becoming fashionable with our classmates to learn acceptable social behaviors. We said little at school, but she would come to my house and we would sit down with pencils and paper, and one of us would say: "Let’s start with a train whistle today." We would sit quietly together and write separate poems or stories that grew out of a train whistle. Then we would read them aloud. At the end of that school year, we, too, were changed into social creatures and the stories and poems stopped.

When I lived for a time in London, I had a friend. He was in despair (失望) and I was in despair. But our friendship was based on the idea in each of us that we would be sorry later if we did not explore this great city because we had felt bad at the time. We met every Sunday for five weeks and found many excellent things. We walked until our despairs disappeared and then we parted. We gave London to each other.

For almost four years I have had remarkable friends. We write long letters in which we often discover our strangest selves. Each of us appears, sometimes in a funny way, in the other’s dreams. She and I agree that, at certain times, we seem to be parts of the same mind. In my most interesting moments, I often think: "Yes, I must tell..." We have never met.

It is such comforting companions I wish to keep. One bright hour with their kind is worth more to me than the lifetime services of a psychologist (心理学家), who will only fill up the healing (愈合的) silence necessary to those darkest moments in which I would rather be my own best friend.

1.In the eighth grade, what the author did before developing proper social behavior was to __________.

A. become serious about her study B. go to her friend’s house regularly

C. learn from her classmates at school D. share poems and stories with her friend

2.In Paragraph 2, "We gave London to each other" probably means __________.

A. our exploration of London was a memorable gift to both of us

B. we were unwilling to tear ourselves away from London

C. our unpleasant feelings about London disappeared

D. we parted with each other in London

3.According to Paragraph 3, the author and her friend __________.

A. call each other regularly B. have similar personalities

C. enjoy writing to each other D. dream of meeting each other

4.In the darkest moments, the author would prefer to __________.

A. ask for professional help B. be left alone

C. stay with her best friend D. break the silence

(2017届河南豫南九校高三下期质量考评)You may have grown up living with sisters and brothers, or this may be your first time sharing your living space with someone else. 1. . However, it can also be a great part of your college experience. Follow these tips to make sure you and your roommate keep things pleasant and supportive throughout the year.

Be clear from the beginning.

Maybe you hate it when someone interrupts you when you are sleeping every morning. Maybe you need ten minutes to yourself before talking to anyone after you wake up. 2. .It’s not fair to expect him or her to pick up on them right away, and communicating what you need is one of the best ways to get rid of problems before they become problems.

3. .

This may seem simple, but it’s probably one of the biggest reasons why roommates experience conflicts. Don’t you think he’ll mind if you borrow his shoes for a quick soccer game? For all you know, you just stepped over the line. Don’t borrow, use, or take anything without getting permission first.

Be open to change.

You should expect to learn and grow and change during your time at school. 4. .As the term progresses, realize things will change for both of you. Be comfortable setting things that unexpectedly come up, setting new rules, and being flexible to your changing environment.

Follow the golden rule.

5. No matter what your relationship is at the end of the year, you can take comfort knowing you acted like an adult and treated your roommate with respect.

A. Respect your roommate’s things

B. Let your roommate know about your preferences

C. Treat your roommate like you’d like to be treated

D. Living with a roommate is really a wonderful thing

E. Having a roommate surely has its challenges

F. You should correct your bad habits first

G. And the same should happen to your roommate, if all goes well

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