(2017·北京完形改编) They saw a man eating out of a garbage can. She asked her mother why he did that and her mother said that the man was homeless and hungry. Hannah was very . She couldn’t understand why some people had to live their lives without shelter or enough food. Hannah started to think about how she could help, but, of course, there is not a lot one five-year-old can do to solve(解决)the problem of homelessness.
A. annoyed B. nervous C. ashamed D. upset
(2017· 新课标全国卷I完形改编) The following term, I registered for an ASL class. The professor was deaf and any talking was . I soon realized that the silence was not unpleasant.
…if there had been any talking, it would have caused us to learn less.
A. prohibited B. welcomed C. ignored D. repeated
(2017· 新课标全国卷II完形改编) Just last year, I was conducting a workshop when someone knocked at the classroom door. A woman the interruption and handed me an envelope.
A. regretted B. avoided C. excused D. ignored
(2017·天津)—I want to see Mr. White. We have an appointment.
—I’m sorry, but he is not ___________ at the moment, for the meeting hasn’t ended.
A. busy B. active C. concerned D. available
(2017·天津)It was when I got back to my apartment ___________ I first came across my new neighbors.
A. who B. where C. which D. that
(2016·北京完形改编)By January 26, Billy and three other children had died. Twenty more were .
A. tired B. upset C. pale D. sick
(2016· 新课标全国卷I完形改编)Approaching the vehicle, they saw that a woman was trying to get out of the broken window. They told her to stay until the emergency personnel arrived, but she thought the car was going to explode.
A. quiet B. still C. away D. calm
(2016·江苏)It is often the case _________ anything is possible for those who hang on to hope.
A. why B. what C. as D. that
1. (2017·天津改编) In this instance, step away from your keyboard to allow everyone to calm ___________.
2. (2017·天津改编) Explain your frustrations ___________(calm) and sensibly — see it as an opportunity to clear up any difficulties you may have with this person.
3. (2017·北京改编)Taylor’s swift action helped her teammates ___________(calm).
4. (2017·天津改编) Write another email as swiftly as you can and send it with a brief title explaining that this is the correct version and the previous version should ____________(ignore).
5. (2017·天津改编)Perhaps the most ____________(power) type of waiting is the Lucky-Break Wait.
6. (2017·江苏改编)Internet companies’ control of data gives them enormous ____________(power).
7. (2015· 福建改编)The important thing is to try not to let a (calmness) discussion turn into a heated argument.
8. (2015·安徽改编) (ignore) the difference between the two research findings will be one of the worst mistakes you make.
Teens Spring Events at San Francisco Public Library
GREAT TEEN BOOK SWAP
Sunday,March 19,2017-2:30 pm to 5:30 pm
FREE hook!Just leave us a review.
Here's how it works: Every Thursday,the librarian will bring out several books and allow teens the chance to look through them for one that you'd like to keep.You will,in turn,swap us a review of the book by the end of the month.
For ages 12-18.
For more information,contact Dorcas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE MIX BOOK CLUB!
Sunday,March 19,2017-4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Teens aged 13-18 are welcome to The Mix at SFPL Book Club!We read a different book each month that you help choose.This month we're reading The Sun is Also A Star,by Nicola Yoon.New members and drop-ins are always welcome!
For more information,please e-mail email@example.com or call (415)557-4404.
THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY BY HENRY JAMES
Sunday,March 19,2017-6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Please join Chinatown's World Literature Book Club for an enjoyable discussion of The Portrait of a Lady by Henry James.This famous novel follows the young,free-spirited heiress,Isabel Archer,as she travels from New York to Europe.
CARTOONING & GRAPHIC NOVEL WORKSHOP
Saturday,March 25,2017-2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Join teaching artist and cartoonist Aaron Southerland for a cartooning and graphic novel workshop.Students will learn to create their very own cartoon and comic characters through advanced drawing techniques.
This is a Reading,Writing & Poetry program from SFPL.We love reading/sharing/creating words.
1.What will teens have to do at GREAT TEEN BOOK SWAP?
A. Exchange a book of their own.
B. Look through some books they keep.
C. Share a review of the book they choose.
D. Contact Dorcas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2.What can we infer about THE MIX BOOK CLUB?
A. This event takes place 12 times a year.
B. Only those who book seats are welcome.
C. Writers read their books to participants.
D. Nicola Yoon,a writer,will help choose books.
3.What will happen at Chinatown's World Literature Book Club?
A. Drawing contests. B. Writing.
C. Character creating. D. Discussion.
4.What is mentioned in each event?
A. Teens' ages. B. Names of the books to be read.
C. Book reviews. D. Opening and closing hours.