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  • F.Scott Fitzgerald,born on September 24,1896,an American novelist,was once a student of St.Paul Academy,the Newman School and attended Princeton.University for a short while.In 1917 he joined the army and was posted in Alabama,where he met his future wife Zelda Sayre.Then he had to make some money to impress her.
       His life with her was full of great happiness,as he wrote in his diary:"My own happiness in the past often approached such joy that I could share it even with the person dearest to me but had to walk it away in quiet streets and take down parts of it in my diary."
       This side of paradise,his first novel,was published in 1920,encouraged by its success,Fitzgerald began to devote more time to his writing.Then he continued with the novel the Beautiful and Damned(1922),a collection of short stories Thales of the Jazz Age(1922),and a play The Vegetable(1923).But his greatest success was The Great Gatsby,published in 1925,which quick brought him praise from the literary world.Yet it failed to give him the needed financial security.Then,in 1926,he published another collection of short stories All the Sad Young Men.
       However,Fitzgerald's problems with his wife Zelda affected his writing.During the 1920s he tried to reorder his life,but failed.By 1930,his wife had her first breakdown and went to a Swiss clinic.During this period he completed novels Tender Is the Night in 1934 and The love of the last Tycoon in 1940.While his wife was in hospital in the United States,he got totally addicted to alcohol.Sheila Graham,his dear friend,helped him fight his alcoholism.

    (1)Which of the following is the correct order to describe Fitzgerald's life according to the passage?
    D
    D

    a.He became addicted to drinking.
    b.He studied at St.Paul Academy.
    c.He published his first novel This Side of Paradise.
    d.The Great Gatsby won high praise.
    e.He failed to reorder his life.
    f.He joined the army and met Zelda.
    A.f-c-e-a-b-d
    B.b-e-a-f-c-d
    C.f-d-e-c-b-a
    D.b-f-c-d-e-a
    (2)We can infer from the passage that Fitzgerald 
    C
    C
    .
    A.had made some money when he met Zelda in Alabama.
    B.was well educated and well off before he served in the army
    C.would have completed more works if his wife hadn't broken down
    D.helped his friend get rid of drinking while his wife was in hospital
    (3)The passage is probably followed by a concluding paragraph about 
    D
    D
    .
    A.Zelda's personal life
    B.Zelda's illness and treatment
    C.Fitzgerald's friendship with Graham
    D.Fitzgerald's contributions to the literary world
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  • (2020秋•武侯区校级月考)Changing your life can come in small,easy steps.You can transform yourself and live a better life by making positive changes along the way.Here are some choices that will lead to your transformation.
       Choose to change bad habits
       Some bad habits seem to stick around without us even realizing it.(1)
    C
    C
    .You can overcome them,find better alternatives,and get through your struggle to become a better you!Do it for yourself more than anything.
       Choose to grow
       It's easy to get stuck in a fixed way of life. (2)
    E
    E
    .In choosing to grow,you build character,develop your strengths,become aware of what needs improvement,and turn into the well-rounded person you need to be to succeed.
       Choose to seek a balanced life
       Where do you need balance?Are you all work,no play?Or the opposite?(3)
    D
    D
    .If you're spending too much time working or locked away alone,find the time for social interaction and having fun.If you haven't committed to a schedule in a while,make the decision to start following one.
       (4)
    A
    A
    .
       This is vital to human existence.We need the loving bonds created by family members and friends.Personal relationships are key to emotional growth and social stability.
       Choose to live your passion
       Whatever your dream is,you can have it.The person you wish to be and the things you wish to achieve are within you.Make the choice to pursue those passions at whatever cost.It may mean clearing out your schedule or doing something you've never done. (5)
    G
    G
    .

    A.Choose to spend time with those you love
    B.Choose to organize your schedule flexibly
    C.Make the choice today that you won't be ruled by them.
    D.Neither extreme will lead you to a pleasant life for very long.
    E.However,with re-evaluation and growth comes a beautiful freedom.
    F.It's good to change,and you've only got so many years to refresh yourself.
    G.However,the reward from success and personal accomplishment will be worth it.
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  • I live in the northern suburb of San Francisco,where driving is considered the main transportation choice for most people.I still remember how(1)
    C
    C
    I was when I first learned to drive 10 years ago.Driving at night,with music calming me down,I was filled with joy and(2)
    B
    B
    in a foreign land!I loved my car!Sometimes she was my only(3)
    A
    A
    in lonely nights.
       (4)
    B
    B
    ,as time went by,that excitement wore off,and I(5)
    D
    D
    driving.So I joined the 21-day Mindful Walking Challenge and began to walk.On a walking day,I said(6)
    C
    C
    to a neighbour named June,who was watering her flowers.She(7)
    A
    A
    my greetings and asked, "What happened to your hair?"I touched my hair and(8)
    D
    D
    what might have gone wrong.Seeing the confusion(困惑)on my face,she then realized that she'd made a(9)
    C
    C
    .She walked across the street and said,"You sounded so friendly that I thought you were Mike. " We both laughed.
       I(10)
    D
    D
    the new neighbour next door,and two different gardeners on different days and listened to their joy in gardening after a(n)(11)
    B
    B
    day-working all day in front of a computer.I(12)
    B
    B
    at everyone passing by me.
       I walked to the streets I(13)
    C
    C
    wouldn't pass through if I drove my car,and discovered a tiny free library on the sidewalk.I began to(14)
    D
    D
    if I had really lived in this town all these years.It's a completely new town I(15)
    B
    B
    so little about!I'm grateful for the 21-day Mindful Walking Challenge.

    (1)A.disappointedB.calmC.excitedD.shy
    (2)A.worryB.independenceC.doubtD.fear
    (3)A.partnerB.dreamC.planD.hope
    (4)A.SoB.YetC.MeanwhileD.Instead
    (5)A.suggestedB.keptC.enjoyedD.hated
    (6)A.yesB.sorryC.helloD.thanks
    (7)A.returnedB.ignoredC.forgotD.refused
    (8)A.understoodB.realizedC.answeredD.wondered
    (9)A.decisionB.guessC.mistakeD.deal
    (10)A.played withB.looked forC.depended onD.talked to
    (11)A.specialB.tiringC.interestingD.important
    (12)A.laughedB.smiledC.normallyD.lately
    (13)A.partlyB.reallyC.normallyD.lately
    (14)A.checkB.studyC.seeD.question
    (15)A.hearB.knowC.talkD.think
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  • More than 90 years has passed since Hollywood's official film organization first proposed plans to build its own museum.Those plans are finally becoming a reality,with the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures set to open in 2019.
       The project is underway at the site of a historic Los Angeles department store built in 1939.Museum officials say visitors will be able to "experience the magic of cinema" by learning about all parts of the film-making process.
       Film historian Kerry Brougher has been named directors of the museum.Brougher says the museum will include 12 million photographs and 80,000 screenplays as well as props(道具),costumes and other objects from famous films.The Academy Museum will also feature Oscar statuettes(小雕像)donated by actors who won the awards.
       Brougher says the museum is designed to make visitors feel like they are in a movie,too,with many interactive experiences. "You won't necessarily know what's coming next," he adds. "You'll be in environments sometimes that make you feel like you've gone back to the past and that you're in the area that you're actually exploring." He adds that visitors may even get the chance to walk down a red carpet and accept their own Academy Award.
       Currently,Hollywood only has a few possibilities for visitors.They can go along the Walk of Fame and visit movie studios or see the Dolby Theater,where the Oscars are presented.But beyond these,movie fans have limited possibilities.
       Eric Garcetti,the mayor of Los Angeles says the Academy Museum will provide visitors the chance to experience many different parts of the film industry all in one place.Garcetti notes the museum will also serve the hundreds of thousands of local people working in film-related businesses.He says they,too,will finally be able to visit a place that celebrates their own Hollywood movie industry.

    (1)When was the idea of building a museum in Hollywood first put forward?
    A
    A

    A.In the 1920s.
    B.In 1939.
    C.In the 1990s.
    D.In 2019.
    (2)What can we learn from Brougher's words?
    B
    B

    A.Photos of visitors will be put on display.
    B.Settings in the museum will feel quite real.
    C.Most visitors will be presented an award.
    D.Actors will donate much money to the museum.
    (3)What is Eric Garcetti's attitude towards the Academy Museum?
    A
    A

    A.Supportive.
    B.Critical.
    C.Disapproving.
    D.Cautious.
    (4)What is the best title for the passage?
    D
    D

    A.Hollywood movie industry.
    B.The Film-making Process of Hollywood.
    C.Hollywood Making Plans of Film Museums.
    D.Hollywood Getting Its Own Film Museum.
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  • My favorite English teacher could draw humor out of the driest material.It wasn't forced on us either.He took Samuel Johnson's dictionary,Addison's essays,and many other literary wonders from the eighteenth century and made them funny,even at eight o'clock in the morning.The thing that amazed me most was that the first time I read these works on my own some of them seemed dead,but the second time,after his explanation,I couldn't believe that I hadn't seen the humor.The stories and poems and plays were suddenly filled with hilarious moments.I learned more from him than from any other teacher.
       My least favorite English teacher also made people laugh.Some students found him to be wonderfully funny.Many others did not.He asked us to keep journals.At the end of the six weeks I had a notebook full of bits and pieces about my ideas,short stories,reactions to what we had read,and so on.Our teacher announced that we would be grading each other's journals.Mine was passed to Joe,who always behaved in a funny or silly way.He saw it fit to make a joke of and said,"This writing isn't fit to line the bottom of a birdcage." Our teacher laughed at that funny remark.It hurt me so much that the anger from it has driven away my writing and teaching ever since.
       So what makes the difference?Humor is one of the most powerful tools teachers or writers have.It can build up students and classes and make them excited about literature and writing,or it can tear them apart.It is true that humor is either productive or self-defeating.

    (1)The passage mainly discusses 
    D
    D
    .
    A.teaching
    B.literature
    C.knowledge
    D.humor
    (2)The underlined word "hilarious" in Paragraph 1 probably means 
    C
    C
    .
    A.inspiring
    B.tiring
    C.funny
    D.brilliant
    (3)With his favorite English teacher,the writer found it most amazing that 
    D
    D
    .
    A.his teacher was very learned
    B.his teacher was very humorous
    C.few were able to find humor in works by Johnson and others
    D.the works by Johnson and Addison were very humorous
    (4)The English teacher the writer disliked most 
    D
    D
    .
    A.was not able to make students laugh
    B.had no sense of humor
    C.didn't let his students do the grading
    D.hurt his students' feelings
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  • (2020秋•闵行区校级期中)
    A.informed  B.necessarily   C.demand  D.scale  AB.modest  AC.deprived  AD.fake   BC.approach BD.involving  CD.completions    ABC.deservedly
    Management books have a (1)
    ABC
    ABC
     poor reputation.Too often they are written by people who confuse insight with technical terms,the types who love to call a spade a "manual horticultural utensil".At the other end of the (2)
    D
    D
     are thick books containing a wealth of conventional wisdom and clichés(陈词滥调).
       So it was a joy to read "It Doesn't Have to be Crazy at Work",by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson,who run a software company in Chicago called Basecamp.The authors argue that it is perfectly possible to run a business with consistently growing profits(as they do)without requiring employees to work madly long hours.Sleep-(3)
    AC
    AC
     managers are likely to be counter-productively impatient.
       Basecamp employees have a 40-hour week,except in the summer when the company runs a four-day,32-hour week.They also get three weeks' holiday every year and a monthly massage at a spa.
       Meetings are avoided,especially those(4)
    BD
    BD
     lots of people.The firm encourages JOMO,the "joy of missing out",so employees can concentrate on their own work projects.Another way to reduce stress is to avoid turning deadlines into "dreadlines"—unrealistic targets for project(5)
    CD
    CD
     accompanied by ever-changing requirements.
       "Goals are(6)
    AD
    AD
    ," the authors write.In their telling,made-up numbers function as a source of unnecessary stress until they are either achieved or abandoned.Nor should workers(7)
    C
    C
     that their colleagues deal with a problem straight away.In almost every situation,the expectation of an immediate response is unrealistic.Allowing workers more time means they can come up with a more(8)
    A
    A
     and helpful decision.
       The overall aim of the firm should be stated in(9)
    AB
    AB
     terms.Too many businesses talk about "changing the world" and becoming a "disrupter".Such aims are far too grand and put everyone under too much pressure.
       A relaxed working philosophy in the office might work better in the long run than the hard-charging(10)
    BC
    BC
     that,at the moment,is all too common.
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  • (2019秋•苏州期中)
    pretend to do    be admitted to   let out     at the mercy of     run out   with the intention of     judging from   get through    regardless of   follow in one's footsteps   in favor of   be to blame
    (1)According to the regulations,you shall not 
    be admitted to
    be admitted to
     the theater after the performance has started.
    (2)It is your carelessness rather than my ignorance that 
    is to blame
    is to blame
    for this terrible accident.
    (3)IQ or intelligent quotient is supposed to test intelligence 
    regardless of
    regardless of
    age or environmental factors.
    (4)Their luck has simply 
    run out
    run out
    .Still,never fear.
    (5)He accidentally 
    let out
    let out
    that he was actually in debts and a large sum of money was in great need to pay off the debts.
    (6)Public opinion was 
    in favor of
    in favor of
    the reform in the present political system,which in turn forced the government into action.
    (7)She admires her father as a pilot and intends to 
    follow in his footsteps
    follow in his footsteps
    after graduation.
    (8)I tried calling you several times last night but I couldn't 
    get through
    get through
    .
    (9)The modern Olympic Games were founded 
    with the intention of
    with the intention of
    improving health and education,promoting world peace and encouraging fair and equal competition.
    (10)Some people are born with the belief that they are masters of their own while others feel they are 
    at the mercy of
    at the mercy of
     others.
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  • The(1)
    online
    online
    world is a big part of my life.I(2)
    have been using
    have been using
    (use)the computer since I was a kid.I do a wide range of things online.Besides(3)
    doing
    doing
    (do) all my schoolwork,I do various things for pleasure.It's so(4)
    convenient
    convenient
    (convenience) to buy things online.My parents are(5)
    worried
    worried
    (worry)that I may become an "Internet addict".According to them,there is a(6)
    danger
    danger
    (dangerous) that I may not be able to tell the good from the bad.(7)
    Actually
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    (actual),I'm a go-getter.At the(8)
    beginning
    beginning
     (begin) of the term,I set a goal for every subject,I am attentive in all classes.I like reading books of all(9)
    kinds
    kinds
    (kind).I always make every minute(10)
    count
    count
    (count) and get ahead.
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  • (2020秋•合肥期中)How to develop good habits forever?   How to develop good habits?Do you want to start a new habit,but don't know if it is going to last?(1)
    E
    E
    ?Perhaps you want to start sleeping early and get up early?Whatever habit you want to develop,whether it is a new language that you want to learn,or watch your diet,there are steps that will help achieve just that.(2)
    F
    F
    .
       ♢Commit(坚持)for 30 days
       Once you commit to developing and keeping a new habit for about a month,then it will become in-built in you and it will be easy for you to keep.(3)
    G
    G
    .
       ♢Begin taking small steps
       Don't try to rapidly change your life.If you want to start reading for two hours every day,you can start by reading for half an hour,then you would increase the time slowly
       ♢(4)
    A
    A

       Make friends with someone who shares the same interests to help you continue with the new habit in case you decide to stop later on.Spend more time with people who are positive(积极的)and who you admire.The more time you spend with positive people who have the same habits,the more their positive energy will affect you.
       ♢Change your thoughts and imagine the end result
       (5)
    C
    C
    ,change your thoughts and begin to imagine disliking the old habits.Begin to imagine the benefits you will get when you quit the old habits.

    A.Choose a friend
    B.Be friendly to others
    C.If you want to give up your old and bad habits
    D.Though it's hard for you to change the bad habits
    E.Perhaps you want to change something in your life
    F.To develop good habits forever,follow the following steps
    G.Commitment is important,so the good habits become second nature
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  • 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。作文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个每词的增加、删除或修改。
    增加:在缺词处加一个漏子符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。
    刪除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。
    修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。
    注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;
    2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。
       As is known to all that the same body language may have different meaning in different cultures.If we don't use body language properly,we may be misunderstanding.
       Last year I had a holiday in Thailand.I was walking in the street while I saw a boy falling down.I quickly ran over,help him stand up and patted him on the head.Surprisingly,he seemed very much angry and walked away.I had meant to comfort him with the way we Chinese usually do.Later,I know that it's impolite to pat a child's head in Thailand.I feel it is time that I learn more about other cultures.
       Obviously body language is an important part of international communication.Only when we know more about other cultures can we have better understanding of foreigners.
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