Drinking can make teens feel good, but that lasts only a short time. Alcohol clouds your brain and limits your ability to make decisions. Excessive drinking gradually makes your brain shrink and can cause serious damage. Over-drinking can cause learning disabilities and damage your memory. It distorts your vision and leads to blackouts. Teenagers often think that drinking will give you more energy, but alcohol isn’t an energy drink; it’s a depressant.
Drinking and driving is one of the top causes of death for teen boys. An alcohol-related motor vehicle crash kills one person every 33 minutes and injures someone every two minutes. The rate of teenagers driving drunk is so high that the government is trying to pass new laws restricting(限制) teen driving.
When we get to high school, friends start pressuring us to drink. High school students see alcohol a way to become popular. I created a survey at my school. Twenty-four of the 63 respondents predicted they would drink in high school. Eleven said maybe, and 28 said they don’t plan on drinking. Regardless of what they say now, things can change. Teens starting high school want to fit in.

Some people will do anything to be accepted, including potentially hurting themselves. They think that one drink won’t do anything. A little bit of alcohol probably won’t kill you, but it can lead to poor decisions. High school is the time to experiment with what you want to do in life, but if you’re experimenting with alcohol you could hurt someone, including yourself.

1.The government is passing laws to restrict teen driving because _________.

A. Teens’ drunk driving cause deaths easily

B. Many teens like driving

C. Alcohol weakens the driving skills of teens

D. Most teens are poor in driving skills

2.Some students in high school start drinking mainly because _________.

A. They think drinking is quite interesting

B. They want to fit in with the surroundings

C. They want to imitate adults around them

D. They don’t think high school an important period

3.Which of the following statements is true according to the passage?

A. Most teens in high schools like drinking

B. Teens who drink are mostly forced to do so

C. One little sip of alcohol ruins one’s memory

D. The start of drinking potentially damages one’s life

4.We may infer from the passage that __________.

A. Drinking can make teens feel good for a long time.

B. Drinking is becoming very common in high schools.

C. Surrounding people and environment affects teens in drinking.

D. Drinking is bad to one’s brain but good to one’s body.

Happiness is for everyone. You don’t need to care about those people who have beautiful houses with large gardens and swimming pools or those who have nice cars and a lot of money and so on. 1.,and those who have cars may want to walk on the country roads at their free time.

2.. When you are in trouble at school, your friends will help you. When you study hard at your lessons, your parents are always taking good care of your life and your health. When you get success, your friends will say congratulations to you. When you do something wrong, people around you will help you to correct it. 3. .All these are your happiness. If you notice a bit of them, you can see that happiness is always around you.

Happiness is not the same as money. 4., When you are poor, you can also say you are very happy, because you have something else that can’t be bought with money. When you meet with difficulties, you can say loudly you are very happy , because you have more chances to challenge yourself. So you cannot always say you are poor and you have bad luck. As the saying goes, life is like a revolving(旋转的)door. When it closes, it also opens. 5..

A. When you meet with difficulties, you can give them up and be happy

B. If you take every chance you get, you can be a happy and lucky person

C. Happiness is always around you if you put your heart into it.

D. And when you do something good to others, you will feel happy, too

E. Those who have no houses

F. Because those who have big houses may often feel lonely

G. It is a feeling of your heart.

By the third year of teaching I’d begun to expect Christmas break more for the school holiday and less for the excitement of the children. I was teaching fourth grade and my students had made me _______ . I just had to get through one of the hardest days of the school year.

The morning bell rang. I walked _______ through the cold into the overly heated school building. Twenty-two smiling faces _______ me at the school bus stop. I forced myself to _______their smiles. Back into the classroom, they_______, comparing plans for the_______ . I had to remove one student from each arm _______ I could take a seat at my desk for my morning duties. Before I could find my roll book(点名册), I found my desk was covered with_______ and gifts followed by a _______ of “Merry Christmas” wishes.

“Oh, thank you,” I must have ________ a million times. Each gift was truly special to me, except my________ mood. It was kind of them to________ me. After a while, I heard a small nervous________ say my name. I looked up to see Brandon standing________by my desk, holding a small, round gift. “This is for you.”

“Thank you, Sweetheart.” I laid it on my desk with the others.

“Um, could you__________it now?”

I gently tore at the paper and tape. “________ ,” he said, “it’s breakable.” Slowly I opened a small, green Christmas tree ornament(装饰物), complete with a hook already________. It dawned on me what he had done. Then a nearby student said that he just pulled that off his own tree. I tried to keep my ________back.

Later that day, I sat________the ornament in my hands. Was I really so important to this child that he had searched for something to give me? Now every year as I________ pull a green Christmas ball from my ornament box, I remember the deep influence my students have on me.

1.A. tired B. excited C. amazed D. relaxed

2.A. eagerly B. aimlessly C. gently D. heavily

3.A. watched B. greeted C. delighted D. warned

4.A. return B. forget C. ignore D. refuse

5.A. calmed B. walked C. chatted D. argued

6.A. study B. weekend C. vacation D. lesson

7.A. before B. when C. after D. because

8.A. letters B. books C. chalks D. cards

9.A. knowledge B. collection C. series D. bunch

10.A. confirmed B. assessed C. explained D. said

11.A. pleased B. low C. thrilled D. angry

12.A. talk about B. think of C. turn to D. connect with

13.A. call B. sound C. shout D. voice

14.A. shyly B. bravely C. rudely D. sadly

15.A. classify B. collect C. open D. check

16.A. Careful B. Dangerous C. Patient D. Hasty

17.A. expected B. adapted C. adjusted D. attached

18.A. trees B. hooks C. gifts D. tears

19.A. turning over B. putting into C. giving away D. packing up

20.A. anxiously B. hurriedly C. quickly D. delicately

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