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上海牛津英语教材高一第一学期期中考试试卷

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高一考试卷
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<现在开始正题了哦,认真仔细看下面正文文章> 2016-2017学年度高一第一学期                   英语期中试卷  第Ⅰ卷 (选择题 共75分) 第一部分: 听力 (共两节,满分10分) 第一节(共5小题; 每小题0.5分, 满分2.5分) 听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What does the man think of Ben Browns latest novel? A. Boring.     B. Strange.    C. Interesting. 2. What is the time now?    A.
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' r, Y$ ^. t3 d( |* }* U' d2:45. 3. What is the girl doing?    A. Having a rest.    B. Cleaning her shoes.     C. Making a sandwich. 4. Where does the conversation take place?    A. In a bar.     B. In a hotel.    C. In a restaurant. 5. What are the speakers talking about?    A. A hairdresser.    B. A hairstyle.       C. A girl. 第二节(共15小题; 每小题0.5分, 满分7.5分) 听下面5段对话。每段对话后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C、三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。! ]* H8 j+ i3 R9 \' J$ N( s; c
听第6段材料,回答第9 a' u) W/ x5 T* X- D' ]7 ?1 E4 N

7 N* {* U0 M. ?) g) D) T: D9 }6、7题。 6. What relation is the woman to Doctor Jones?    A. His patient.     B. His secretary.   C. His mother. 7. When will the man see Doctor Jones?    A. On March 23rd.      B. On March 22nd.     C. On March 21st. 听第7段材料,回答第- ?& O. p- _' A. _

$ b; d7 H/ U8 {1 X/ Z- N8、9题。 8. What is arranged in the evening?    A. The barbecue.    B. The dance workshop.  C. The international show. 9. Where are the speakers going now?    A. To a club.    B. To a restaurant.  C. To a sports field. 听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。 10. What might be the relationship between the speakers?    A. Neighbors.   B. Classmates.   C. Teacher and student. 11. What worries the man?  1 ) Q: t/ N' X$ c$ N1 |2 e
   A. He might disturb his mother.    B. He is afraid of losing the competition.    C. He cant find a piece of suitable music. 12. What does the woman suggest the man do?    A. Play with her aunts employees.    B. Practise at the local music store. C. Choose a piece of Beethovens music. 听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。7 N7 F) u5 E9 [
13. Why was the man late for his flight?    A. Because he looked for his suitcase.    B. Because his arranged taxi didnt come.    C. Because he went back home to get his passport. 14. How did the man get to Lombok from Bali?    A. By air.    B. By ship.    C. By taxi. 15. What happened when the man was swimming?    A. He was hurt by a fish.    B. He had a sudden stomachache.    C. He couldnt head back to the beach. 16. What did the man do in Lombok?    A. He climbed the mountain.    B. He helped a taxi driver.    C. He enjoyed the sunset. 听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。 17. Where did Kates idea of a newspaper for teenagers come from?    A. Her university life. B. Her job after graduation. C. Her middle school experience. 18. What made Kate think of setting up an online newspaper?    A. Her friends influence.    B. Her university courses.    C. Her family background. 19. What is the biggest reason why Kate started a newspaper for teenagers?    A. To meet teenagers demands.    B. To set up a successful business.    C. To help teenagers keep up with the news. 20. How did Kate get money to start her business?    A. From her parents.  B. From the friends.  C. From banks.  第二部分: 英语知识运用(共两节, 满分35分) 第一节: 单项填空(共20小题; 每小题1分, 满分20分) 请认真阅读下面各题,从题中所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。  2 6 g' q6 v3 U& n4 L; ^8 b3 U- a  _
21. Adela prefers cotton clothes in summer, because silk _____ well. A. doesnt wash         B. wont be washed    C. isnt washed       D. isnt washing 22. —Mum, can we move into our new flat this weekend?    —No, it _____ and _____. Well have to wait and see. A. is being painted; smelled   B. is painting; smells C. has just been painted; smells  D. has painted; is smelling 23. Michael, an ABC (American-born Chinese), _____ in Guangzhou for two years and _____ to China again next week. A. have stayed; will come    B. stayed; is coming C. had stayed; is coming    D. have stayed; are coming 24. —What do you think made him fail in the interview?    —_____ experience. He was always very nervous when communicating with strangers. A. Lacked       B. Being lacking C. Lack of      D. To be lacked 25. It is difficult for us to learn a lesson in life _____ weve actually had that lesson.  A. while    B. after    C. until   D. when  26. Leaders of Greenpeace pointed out that car supplies were more than _____ to satisfy demand. A. effective      B. regular  C. adequate     D. specific 27. People generally agree that their political beliefs are _____ shaped by what they see in the papers. A. widely        B. carefully   C. shortly    D. largely 28. Knowing that he had fallen in love with the Egyptian queen, other soldiers tried to persuade him to _____ his crazy ideas. A. abandon      B. leave     C. accept     D. loosen 29. The Olympic Stadium, a symbol of Nanjing, which covers about 136,000 square meters, can _____ 62,000 people.     A. consist        B. catch     C. hold     D. have 30. _____ to the top of Mount Tai, and youll see a beautiful landscape below.     A. To climb      B. Climb     C. Climbing   D. If you climb 31. Would you please keep the windows in the bathroom _____ but those in the living room _____?     A. opened; close  B. open; close C. open; closed D. opened; closed 32. With free _____ to the Internet, students can find large amounts of information as their learning materials. A. access     B. treatment   C. assistance    D. remedy 33. The system to preserve the historical buildings doesnt seem to _____, for the ancient sculptures here have been badly _____ over time. A. work; damaged          B. affect; destroyed     3
+ d0 n& e. O, X7 Q( U' d! lC. work; destroyed       D. affect; damaged 34. —Will Virginia go angling with us in the afternoon after such a long tiring weekday?    —Yes, and _____.     A. so Wilma will            B. Wilma wont either    C. so will Wilma      D. neither will Wilma 35. He has an art gallery for his own works; _____, he sells exhibits, not only his own paintings but those of other artists.    A. otherwise       B. as a result   C. therefore   D. in addition 36. If the building project, planned to be finished by the end of next year, _____ on time, the construction company will be fined.    A. had not been completed      B. wont be completed    C. will not have completed       D. is not completed  37. When Scofield, a friend of mine from the West, first came to China to attend my traditional wedding ceremony, he _____ any Chinese snacks like dumplings.    A. has never before tasted       B. never before tasted    C. would never before taste       D. had never before tasted 38. This is the first time that astronomers _____ the whole process of a black hole eating a star, absolutely from its first to nearly final bits.    A. see       B. have seen  C. saw    D. had seen 39. Traveling from Beijing to Shanghai, _____, used to take 14 hours, but now you can get there in just over 4 hours by high-speed rail.    A. 800 miles to south of the capital  B. 800 miles in the south of the capital C. 800 miles on the south of the capital   D. 800 miles south of the capital 40. Many of the students are very nervous these days, _____ and preparing for the coming mid-term examination.    A. cutting corners            B. burning the midnight oil    C. letting their hair down       D. making waves  第二节: 完形填空(共15小题; 每小题1分, 满分15分) 请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。# B# }" G9 Z) @0 j& S2 J1 K
I had been swimming competitively for five years and was ready to quit because I felt I was   41   at it. I was often the only African American at a swim competition. I   42   receiving “Honorable Mentions”. Any athlete knows that you dont want to have a bookshelf full of “Honorable Mentions”, which you get just because you   43   . One summer day, the day before a big swim meet, I decided to   44   the news to my grandma that I was quitting the swim team.  4
- k$ v1 E" P' m/ iWhen I told her of my desire to quit swimming, she said, “Baby, remember these words: A quitter never wins and a winner never quits. Your grandmother didnt raise losers or quitters. You go to that swim meet tomorrow,   45   you swim like you are a grandchild of mine, you hear?” I was too afraid to say anything but “Yes, maam.” The next day we arrived at the swim meet   46  , missing my group of swimmers in 15 / 16 age group. My coach insisted I be   47   to swim with the older group. I kew she was including me in the race so our long   48   would not be wasted, and she had no expectations whatever that I would come in anything but   49   place and only that because there were not nine lanes. As we were getting ready, I quickly noticed that these girls were here to do one thing —   50   me. All of a sudden my grandmas words   51   in my ears: “Quitters never win and winners never quit. Quitters never win and winners never quit.” SPLAH 。
( d, H" N. f1 }/ Y: M: E$ N4 U4 k I was swimming harder than Id swum before. As I drew my right arm back, I noticed I was tied (打成平局) with one person. I thought we were battling for eighth place and I refused to finish dead last, so I added more   52   on the last 200 yards. I hit the wall and looked to the left and to the right for the swimmers who had beaten me, but   53   was there. They must have gotten out of water already. I   54   my head to see my coach screaming loudly. My eyes   55   her pointing fingers and I couldnt believe what I saw. The other swimmers had just reached the halfway of the pool。 That day, at age 15, I broke the national 17 /18-year-old 400-free-style record.  41. A. fine   B. strict   C. terrible   D. wonderful 42. A. kept   B. stopped  C. began   D. finished 43. A. put up   B. showed up C. made up   D. took up 44. A. pass   B. break   C. spread   D. introduce 45. A. but   B. or   C. and    D. so 46. A. early   B. immediately C. soon    D. late 47. A. admitted  B. agreed  C. allowed   D. applauded 48. A. distance  B. way   C. drive    D. holiday 49. A. eighth   B. first   C. seventh   D. ninth 50. A. beat   B. win   C. join    D. watch 51. A. rang   B. sang   C. talked   D. spoke 52. A. shouts   B. waves  C. kicks    D. breath 53. A. everyone  B. anyone  C. all    D. no one 54. A. rested   B. raised  C. rose    D. nodded 55. A. followed  B. notified  C. identified   D. noticed   5 : ?7 H# p3 H* i- I% w0 ^
第三部分: 阅读理解(共15小题; 每小题2分, 满分30分) 请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。                                   A Castles have long been a favorite setting for dramatic stories and events, fact and fantasy (幻想) alike. Their architecture catches your attention, and their history pulls you in.                 Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany  This is possibly the most famous castle in the world and with good reason. It was the inspiration (灵感) for the Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland. King Ludwing II of Bavaria got the palace in the late 1800s, but he died before it was completed. It was opened to the public a few weeks later, and nearly 60 million have visited since.                      Bran Castle, Romania Have you heard of Bram Stoker’s Dracula? This 13th-century castle has been called a perfect setting for the famous novel. But there are no vampires (吸血鬼) here — the castle is now a museum. In it you can find art and furniture collected by Queen Marie of Romania, and weapons from the 14th to 19th century.                   Chateau de Versailles, France This housing was “upgraded” to a castle in the 1600s when it became home to the Court of France. Fans of French history will love seeing the wonderful decoration that represents the French kingdom at its greatest.                    Prague Castle, Czech Republic Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world. Some parts were built in the 9th century. Over the centuries, rulers made small addition, and the castle grew. Prague castles design contains every architectural style of the last 1,000 years.                       Himeji Castle, Japan Eighty-three wooden buildings stand together to form this amazing castle built in the 14th century. Equally amazing is the winding network of paths leading to the main castle area. These were built to protect themselves from attack — enemies could hardly find their way in these paths and often came to dead end. 56. According to the text, the Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland _____. A. is the most famous castle in the world B. was built after Neuschwanstein C. has about 60 million visitors a year D. was ordered to be built by Ludwing II 57. If you want to learn the history of architectural styles, you may visit _____. A. Himeji Castle, Japan   B. Bran Castle, Romania C. Chateau de Versailles, France D. Prague Castle, Czech Republic 58. We can infer that in Himeji Castle _____.  A. people may lose their way easily  B. visitors may end up with sudden death  6
( X) D$ k8 [. c8 y5 r C. every path leads to the main castle  D. all buildings are connected by wood 59. What is the passage mainly about?  A. Some plans for visiting strange castles.  B. Some amazing castles around the world.  C. Some inspiration from wonderful castles.  D. Some unknown facts about castles.                                    B All areas of the world face a nurse shortage (短缺). But the shortage is most severe in developing countries. Many of their nurses move to the more developed nations for better pay, better working conditions and better chances for career development. For example, nearly 2,000 nurses left the Caribbean between 2002 and 2006.   The Caribbean nations currently have about 1 nurse for every 1,000 people.  The ratio (比例) of nurses to population is about 10 times higher in the United States and countries in the European Union(EU). Now, more than 21,000 nurses who trained in the Caribbean are working in the United States, Canada and Britain.   Gaetan Lafortune is an official of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (O. E. C. D) in Paris. He says the nurse shortage also affects industrialized countries. He says, “There is worry in most O. E. C. D. countries that the number of nurses is too small to meet the demand. And what is worse is that their worry is sort of growing.” Mr Lafortune says a large number of nurses are expected to retire within the next 10 years. At the same time, the health care needs of aging populations are expected to grow, intensifying the shortage of nurses.   Gaetan Lafortune said, “In the US, for instance, some researchers have found that there may be a shortage of close to a million nurses by 2020.” The United States is 1 of the 21 countries in the O. C. E. D. Gaetan Lafortune says in the recent years many of the countries increased their efforts to hire foreign nurses. As a result of that, O. E. C. D. countries were mainly passing on their shortage problem to countries that may have an even greater need for these nurses.  60. What will be the main causes of the global nurse shortage in the next 10 years?  a. The demand for nurses will go down.         b. Many nurses will be too old to work.   c. Many rich countries will hire more foreign nurses.       d. Nurses are often looked down upon.   e. Aging populations will increase rapidly.  A. a and b  B. b and c   C. b and e  D. c and d   7
( R/ q* D9 O: J# v61. The underlined word “intensify” in paragraph 3 means “________”.   A. increase  B. avoid      C. reduce  D. cause 62. We know from this text that America and the EU countries ______.   A. refuse to offer equal pay to foreign nurses  B. have about one nurse for every 100 people  C. dont like to train nurses of their own countries  D. have more serious nursing problems than the Caribbean nations 63. What does the text mainly tell us?  A. Nursing is no longer a worthwhile profession in most countries.   B. Different countries have different opinions about nursing.   C. Nurse shortage will result in serious problems.   D. The health care industry needs more nurses.                                 C A lady contacted me the other day and said, “Ive recently bought a young puppy. When I take her out for a walk around my neighborhood, she turns aggressive (有侵略性的) if children try to come close. I dont know what to do about it. Can you help?”  Most of “aggressive” dogs are just trying to avoid attack, because they feel nervous or threatened (受威胁的) in some way. The dog is probably feeling frightened by the children and is using dog language to tell them to go away. Unfortunately, children do not understand what the dog is saying. The animal barks and bites to try to drive them away.  The fact is that a young dog learns quickly that aggressive behavior works — it makes the hreat disappear. So a dog will keep on being aggressive when he feels threatened, unless you do something about it. You have to act to stop him becoming aggressive before it becomes a learned habit.  The first rule of dog ownership is to control your pet all over every day. If a dog cannot be touched in this way, it is a very serious problem. At some point he is going to need treatment from a vet (兽医) and a physical examination will be impossible. Also, one day a stranger will come close and try to pat him, and terrible things may happen. So, control your pet daily. You should pet your dog all over, lift his tail, paw and so on.  I also see pets who are aggressive behaving bad in the family home. They may go into any room, jump on furniture and steal food. Dogs need to learn that their owners are in charge and to obey their orders. Dogs can be taught to be good. Praise and pat your dog when he obeys, or give him a little treat like a tasty biscuit. Treating dogs in this way can have a great effect and make them much better friends.  The best solution for dogs who are nervous around other dogs is to find a training school where the trainer has experience of dealing with the problem. At a training school, your dog will be introduced to other dogs in a controlled way so  8 9 D1 Z+ G& r8 _7 a: n
that he no longer experiences them as a threat. Games and gentle play will stop him from acting aggressively. It is a good idea, too, for the dog trainer to be with you and your pet on one of your daily walks, to watch you both closely and give advice. It can take a lot of hard work, time and money to help a dog that is difficult to control to his former position, but it is well worth doing. 64. Why may dogs be aggressive? A. Because they try to get some treat. B. Because they feel threatened. C. Because they have nature to bark and bite. D. Because they are nervous when seeing someone who is frightened. 65. Which of the following is NOT good advice for you to get a well-behaved dog? A. Give enough tasty biscuits as treat. B. Send them to a training school. C. Give immediate praise and pat when he follows your order. D. Teach them to know you are in charge of them and they need to obey. 66. What service can dog training schools and trainers offer? A. The trainers can stop dogs from being nervous at any time. B. The trainers can prevent dogs experiencing a threat. C. The trainer can go with you and your dog for a walk. D. The trainer can teach your dog how to get along with children. 67. What do you think is the best title of the passage? A. Aggressive dogs  B. An expert offers advice C. How to get along with your dog D. Advice on training aggressive dogs                                  D Read the following passage and answer the questions in complete sentences (Each answer should be less than 25 words).  The Ugly Side of Clean Power Les lives beside a wind farm in Furness, a scenic area in the north-west of England. For the past three-and-a-half years, he and his neighbors have had to put up with a level of noise that brings troubles to their sleep and causes constant stress. “When the developers are officially allowed to build the seven giant turbines (涡轮机) in this area, they guaranteed there would be no noise,” he says. The wind farm is managed by Wind Prospect and its owner is PowerGen. Bruce Allen, a director of Wind Prospect, said that the fact that no action had been taken to close the wind farm suggested it was not against the planning regulations(法规). He added: “The noise is a thing influenced by personal feelings — like living next  9
# Z9 }, J4 i! H7 vto busy road.” PowerGen says that it has installed special software to get rid of the trouble. The government has plans to double the number of wind farms to gain 20 per cent of electricity from renewable sources. Once regarded as a new thing, wind farms are soaring in popularity(人气高涨) as power companies take advantage of government support and apply to build turbines on windy sites. Wind power also receives strong support from environmental groups such as Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth, which believe the cost to the countryside in noise and damaged landscapes is worth paying for the benefit of reduced air pollution.  Those who live there, however, think that having the giant wind turbines standing near their homes changes a quiet and peaceful neighborhood into an ugly and unpleasant industrial site.   Among the other unpleasant effects are increased stress from noise and many more visits to the 电脑版点击下载文档可以下载此文章tor. Angela Kelly, who leads the anti-wind farm pressure group, Country Guardian, says they make people ill.  Although wind farms are usually in the area with few people living there, there are no rules about how near they can be to homes. Government advisers suggested they shouldnt be less than 1.5 kilometers from any house, but developers go as close as between 500 meters and 600 meters. Although Country Guardian have helped to stop the building of many turbines in the past decade, they say the pressure to build more turbines is increasing.  Scotland, for example, has planned to build 120 more wind power sites. A map produced by worried people who live there shows that once the “zone of visual influence for each wind farm is drawn in, large areas of Scotlands horizon, coastline and countryside will never again escape the sight of the giant turbines. Anti-wind farm pressure groups say that the tiny amount of electricity they produce is not worth the environment cost. And because the wind itself is not able to be trusted, and usual power stations must be on standby in case they are needed. 68. According to the environmental groups, what is the advantage of applying wind turbines?  _______________________________________________________________ 69. What is one of the unpleasant effects of the wind turbines?  _______________________________________________________________ 70. Why do anti-wind farm pressure groups think the wind turbines lack practical value?  _______________________________________________________________  10 0 _2 u; g2 U8 _1 v  d$ Z) }
第Ⅱ卷(非选择题 共25分)  一. 根据句子内容和所给意思写出所缺词组,使句子意思完整、语法正确,每空一词。(1’*10=10’) 1. In 1912 womens events were added, and the modern Olympic program began to _____ _____ (成形).  2. He was so busy that he just _____ _____ (瞥一眼) the newspaper headlines and then went on with the work in hand.  3. The pressure in his work and the complaints among his family members _____ him _____ his sweet home (夺去).  4. It is always raining these days and my clothes will take ages to _____ _____(干透). 5. When I asked him to pick me up at the airport, he promised _____ _____ (毫不犹豫地).   6. “_____ _____ _____(一定要) read all the directions carefully before taking the medicines,” added the 电脑版点击下载文档可以下载此文章tor when I hurried to leave.  7. The river _____ _____ _____ (蜿蜒曲折) across the green field and the scenery is just like a beautiful landscape painting.  8. The castle was used as a prison before _____ _____ _____(成为废墟), but it is now owned by Cadw and managed as a tourist attraction.  9. All the students in the classroom held their heads high and _____ _____ _____ (注意) what the teacher was saying.  10. The whole team felt _____ _____ _____ _____ _____(高兴极了) after beating their opponents and finally winning the gold medal.   二. 翻译句子。
7 ~/ e; p- U( T+ l- z, N9 H1 {(2’*5=10’)  (要求: 必须使用括号内的词和语法) 1. 去欧洲一定要去巴黎玩。
3 t4 K0 o. m$ \# E5 C) Z5 _(include)  2. 在运动会上, 他给全班同学留下了很好的印象。(impression)  3. 那幢建筑约有八十层高, 顶层的餐厅俯瞰全市。(overlook)  4. 长城, 世界上最伟大的奇迹之一, 每年都吸引大批外国游客。
( q: ?3 U$ V3 z9 o3 B' N(attract)  5. 据说在许多亚洲文化中, 谈话时避免目光接触是表示对他人的尊重。 (① 被动语态②avoid)       11
3 i6 U$ ~- ]! |6 {. K三. Writing: (5’) Write a letter based on the following information. (严格按照写信的格式) 收信人: Xiamen Travel Agency 收信人地址: 98 Zhongshan Road, Xiamen 写信人: Zhao Bin   写信日期: 7 November 写信人地址: 37 Cha Haer Road, Nanjing  内容: 今年寒假我们8个同学想去厦门旅行, 希望得到如下帮助:       往返厦门的火车票;预定一个好的三星宾馆, 并给我们安排好房间;推荐4-5个旅游景点。
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Answering Sheet   Class ______ Name _________ Score______ 一. 回答问题: (2’×3) (Answer in complete sentences with no more than 25 words for each). 68. _______________________________________________________________ 69. ______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ 70. ______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ 二. 词组: (1’×10) 1. _____________   ____________     2. ____________   ______________ 3. _____________   ____________     4. ____________   ______________ 5. _____________   _____________    6. ________  ________  _________ 7. ________  ________  _________    8. ________  ________  _________ 9. ________  ________  _________    10. _____ _____ _____ _____ ______  三. 翻译: (2’×5) 1. ________________________________________________________________   ________________________________________________________________ 2. ________________________________________________________________   ________________________________________________________________ 3. ________________________________________________________________   ________________________________________________________________ 4. ________________________________________________________________   ________________________________________________________________ 5. ________________________________________________________________   ________________________________________________________________   13 & y6 L. h3 i) h8 F2 m5 y
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0 X' K+ b8 I) f) f* { Keys: 听力: (20×0.5) 1-5 CBABC     6-10 BAABB    11-15 ABCBA     16-20 CCBCA  单选: (20×1) 21-25 ACBCC   26-30 CDACB   31-35 CAACD     36-40 DDBDB  完形: (15×1) 41-45 CABBC   46-50 DCCAA  51-55 ACDBA  阅读: (12×2) 56-59 BDAB     60-63 CABD     64-67 BACD  68. The wind turbine can help to reduce air pollution. 69. The noise from the wind turbines cause trouble to sleep and causes constant stress./ The wind turbines change a quiet and peaceful neighborhood into an ugly and unpleasant industrial site. 70. Because the wind itself is not able to be trusted, and usual power station must be on standby in case they are needed.  词组: (10×1) 1. take shape              2. glanced at 3. robbed…of /rob…of      4. dry out 5. without hesitation        6. Be sure to/Make sure to/Do remember to  7. twists and turns          8. falling into ruin 9. paid attention to         10. on top of the world  翻译: (5×2) 1. Any trip to Europe must include a visit to Paris. 2. He made / left a good impression on all the classmates in the sports meet.  3. That structure / building / construction is about eighty storeys tall / high and the restaurant on the top floor overlooks the whole city. 4. The Great Wall, one of the greatest wonders of the world, attracts a large number of foreign visitors every year. 5. It is said that in many Asian cultures avoiding eye contact in conversations shows respect.        15
% G* z. x- C$ V5 n3 lWriting:   Zhao Bin 37 Cha Haer Road Nanjing  Xiamen Travel Agency 98 Zhong Shan Road, Xiamen 7 November  Dear Sir or Madam     I am writing to ask for your help with our group trip.     We are high school students. We are planning a trip to and from Xiamen during the coming winter holidays. Wed like you to help us with some information and make arrangements. We are going to travel by train from Nanjing. So we want to know about trains to and from Xiamen. In addition, could you please book a good three-star hotel and arrange rooms for us? Moreover, could you recommend four to five tourist spots to us?  We would also appreciate more information about Xiamen. You can contact me by phone 139 3567 2698 every day after
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