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ABC D 1. The journey to Beijing might _______only a very short time _____such cars that travel ______such a speed. A. spend; in; at B. take; by; at C. cost; on;by D .take; in;at 2. --Must I return the book this morning? --No, you________. But you ________return it before next Monday. A. neednt; must B.mustnt; can C. mustnt; may D .neednt; need 3.--She never been to Hong Kong, _______? --______. But how she wishes to go there again! A. is she;Yes B. is she; No C. has she; Yes D .has she; No 4. --Which robot do you think is the most useful? --___________. A. The robot that are made in Japan B. The robot is designed to help us with our work C. The robot has a lot of memory D. The robot shown at the exhibition centre 5. He became a famous writer when he was________. A. in his fifty B. at the age of fifty years old C. in his fifties D. in the fifties 6. --How do you like the book? --Its different from _______. I read _____last week. A. that B. which C. the one D. the one what 7.--Do you remember there ______a river here? --Of course, I often swam in it when I was young. A. used to being B. used to be C. was used to be D. was uses to being 8.--How about the trip to Shanghai, Kitty? --Everything was fantastic if our car did not _______for some time in the way. A.slow down B.break down C. put down D. turn down 9.--I didnt know this was a one-way street, officer. --_________. A. Thats all right. B. How dare you say that? C. I dont believe it. D. Sorry, but theres no excuse.

10.--Kate was not sure ________. --Luckily, she chose the third one and it was right. A. that she should go through the third gate B. if she should go through the third gate or not C. why the gate looked the same D . which gate she ought to go through DDCDC CBBDD

ABCD The other day my daughter finally had a day 11 work. We decided to go out in the 12 for the time, together! It was an enjoyable experience. Then a surprising thing happened. She turned and asked, Hey, Dad, can I 13 the boat? I had a look of fear in my eyes 14 the boat can be driven at a very high speed and can be turned 15 very quickly. However, I gave the driving seat to her and began 16 her how to properly control the boat. I told her to remain calm as I had completely believed in her. It can be both frightening and exciting when your child tries doing something, even if its a small thing, you still feel like they are growing up too fast and it out of your s 17 . Time goes by so quickly, so its 18 to spend time with your kids, with your family. It is an amazing feeling to experience as their confidence grows. In every situation if you relax, take your time, and show confidence, you will have a great 19 . We not only had a 20 morning on the boat, but also invited our little neighbour who is 8 years old and put him in the 21 right between us. As I drove at top speed, making sudden turns and jumping over the waves, all I could hear was my neighbour 22 and screaming at the top of his voice because he was having such a great time. 11. A. on B. off C. of D. in 12. A. plane B. train C. car D. boat 13. A. drive B. touch C. carry D. buy 14. A. if B. but C. since D. until 15. A. off B. down C. over D. out 16. A. teaching B. reminding C. warning D. asking 17. A. sense B. control C. state D. sight 18. A. early B. important C. quick D. easy 19. A. thought B. friend C. time D. chance 20. A. safe B. fun C. free D. cold 21. A. queue B. bed C. floor D. seat 22. A. laughing B. speaking C. dancing D. singing BDACC ABBCB DA ABCD A

Welcome!
A warm welcome to all our Italian, Chinese, French, and Japanese students. We hope you enjoy your time here with us at the University of Chichester.

Whats on this week?
Education Talk We invite our Chinese and Japanese students to a talk on education this Monday from 7 pm to 9 pm. It promises to be enjoyable and useful for your English study. Also, it wi;; be a god chance to know some different cultures in different countries. So please come along. On Tuesday, the Chinese students are invited to Harry Potter Night. It s a talk by a teacher from the University and promises to be a really enjoyable evening. Please

Harry Potter Night

come at seven and enjoy yourself! Free Conversation To give you the chance to practice your English and know more about our university, free conversation are available to all students after class on Wednesday. You can spend 15 minutes talking with Guy, Eilidh, or Phil in groups of 34 On Thursday, there is a competition evening for the French, Italian and Chinese students in the hall of the university. You can also know more about your new friends. There will be prizes for the winners. May the best team win!

Competition Evening

23. are invited to join in all four activities this week. A. The French students B. The Japanese students C. The Chinese students D. Th e Italian students 24. It can be learned from the passage that . A. the competition will be held on the playground B. Guy, Eilidh and Phil may work in the university C. the writer of Harry Potter will talk to the students D. Education Talk is going to be given i n the morning 25. The passage is written mainly to . A. give information on some activities B. introduce the University of Chichester C. welcome the students to the university D. ask the students to learn English B Almost every day, we discuss the topic of health, especially for kids. But what is health? "Health" means eating well, getting enough exercise, and having a healthy weight. Let's read the following rules. They can help you stay healthy. 1. Eat a variety of foods, especially fruit and vegetables. We all know that eating fruit and vegetables can help us stay healthy, but many of us only eat our favorite foods. Remember that we can only get the nutrition () we need by eating different kinds of food, especially fruit and vegetables. 2. Drink water and milk most often. Everyone knows that water is important. Besides that, kids need plenty of calcium () to grow strong bones, and milk has a lot of it. Every day, you should drink at least three cups of milk (1300 milligrams of calcium), when you are 9 years old or older. You should also try to have less sugary drinks, like soda and coca. They include a lot of sugar. Sugar just includes calories, not important nutrition. 3. Listen to your body. When you are eating, notice how your body feels. When your stomach feels comfortably full, stop eating. Eating too much makes you feel uncomfortable. If you do it too often, it can make you unhealthy and fat. 4. Limit () screen time. What's screen time? It's the amount of time you spend watching TV, movies,and playing computer games. The more time you spend on these sitting-down activities, the less time you spend playing sports, like basketball, and doing other activities like bike riding and swimming. Try to spend no more than 2 hours a day on screen time. 26. In this passage, "health" includes all of the following EXCEPT () ______.

A. eating well B. doing more exercise C. having a healthy weight D. wearing comfortably 27. The underlined phrase "a variety of" means ______. A. plenty of B. all kinds of C. the rest of D. a lot of 28. Which of the following is NOT true? A. Eating more fruit and vegetables is good for people. B. We should eat and drink things with little sugar. C. We should spend the same time on both sitting-down activities and sports. D. When we are full, we should stop eating, no matter how delicious the food is. C The right name is important in the business world. All you have to do is think of the names for some of the products you buy every day and you'll agree that the name and the product are connected in the everyone's mind. In many countries, successful trade or brand names are protected by law. This is so that other companies cannot make a product and, in fact, be buying something different. Businesses register a company or a product name with the government. In fact, more than 1,000 product and company names are registered every hour. Many companies spend a lot of money to find the right name for their products. A good example of this is. In the car industry. Some successful names for cars have powerful associations ().The Ford Mustang and the Jaguar are only two examples of choosing the names of animals that are fast and strong. When a U. S company decides to sell its product in another country, it has to make sure that the product name translates properly. When Coca-Cola introduced its soft drink to China, it looked for the right name. It wanted a name that would do two things. One was to present its image()in Chinese and the second was to be close to its first brand name-Coke. It took some efforts before finding the right word -which sounds similar and translates as "happiness in the mouth". Asian company names are not new to the United States. The brand names of Samsung and Sony have been successful. Finding the right brand name is a big business. Asian companies that sell to foreign markets pay to find a name that will connect with its customers. There are even naming companies that specialize in inventing product names. These companies can charge ( )up to $100,000 a word for their creations. But it's worth it. Successful companies know how important the right brand names are for their development. When a U. S company decides to sell its product in another country, it has to make sure that the product name translates properly. When Coca-Cola introduced its soft drink to China, it looked for the right name. It wanted a name that would do two things. One was to present its image()in Chinese and the second was to be close to its first brand name-Coke. It took some efforts before finding the right word -which sounds similar and translates as "happiness in the mouth". Asian company names are not new to the United States. The brand names of Samsung and Sony have been successful. Finding the right brand name is a big business. Asian companies that sell to foreign markets pay to find a name that will connect with its customers. There are even naming companies that specialize in inventing product names. These companies can charge ()up to $100,000 a word for their creations. But it's worth it. Successful companies know how important the right brand names are for their development. 29. Why are trade names protected by law in many countries? A. To make companies pay for naming service.

B. To help people choose the best products C. To present good images of the products. D. To prevent good images from being copied 30. What can we learn from the passage? A. Many companies care about the cost of finding the right names B. Creative trade names can help companies to have a larger sale C. The government often does business with naming companies D. It is considered necessary for cars to be names after animals 31. What's the best title for the passage? A. The Business of Names C. The Rules of Naming Business B. The Development of Names D. The Methods of Choosing Names D Doctor Seuss was born in 1904. By the middle 1950s, he had become one of the best-loved and most successful children's book writers in the world. His books are very popular with young readers. They enjoy the invented words and the pictures of unusual funny animals and plants. In 1954, life magazine published() a report about school children who could not read. The report said many children's books were not interesting. Doctor Seuss strongly hoped to help children and decided to write books that were interesting and easy to read. He used words with the same ending sound, like fish and wish. He did not receive training in art. Yet, he drew the pictures for most of his books. In 1957, Dr. Seuss wrote The Cat in the Hat. He used less than 230 words to write the book and even a six-year-old should be able to read it. It was a fun story and easy to read. Children loved it. Their parents loved it, too. Today it is still one of the stories they like best. The success of The Cat in the Hat made him want to write more books for children. In 1960, he wrote a book using less than fifty words. The book is called Green Eggs and Ham. In 1984, Doctor Seuss won a Pulitzer Prize (). He was honored for the education and enjoyment his books provided American children and their parents. He died at the age of 87, but his influence remains. Millions of his books have been sold worldwide. People say his books helped change the way American children learned to read. Yet, his books are loved by people of all ages. Doctor Seuss once said, "I do not write for children. I write for people. 32Doctor Seuss learned from the magazine that _______. A. some school children could not read C. children wanted to learn to read A. are cheap and easy to get C. are easy and interesting to read B. many children's books were interesting D. a writer for children was wanted B. were written in different languages D. were written with invented words

33People like his books because the books ______.

34Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. Doctor Seuss wrote Green Eggs and Ham with over 230 words. B. Doctor Seuss wrote books only for children in the United States. C. The Cat in the Hat was written only for six-year-old children.

D. His books provided education and enjoyment for Americans. 35From the text we know that Doctor Seuss __________. A. won a Pulitzer Prize soon after his death B. sold millions of his books himself worldwide C. changed American children's way of reading D. wrote the largest number of books in the world ] Bored at school now? How do you think it will look in the future ? Last week, about 600 teenagers in the US imagined a future changed by technology in which their lessons are taught by robots and they learn about celebrities and alien () languages. According to a survey published last week by the US Internet service provider American Online (AOL),only one in 100 thinks that in the future they will walk from home to school; the rest believe they will use jet packs , and hover boards () as everyday transport. All the participants of the servery are teenagers born into the Internet age. The study is to show how the first cyber generation dream about a future life created by advanced technology. Most believe there will still be schools to go to, but that technology will play an increasingly important role in learning. The 600 teens surveyed think there will still be teachers , but 37 per cent imagine them to be robots. Some 24 per cent believe that teachers will still be human but they will have inter-changeable microchips so that one person can teach all subjects. More than one in two believe hover boarding will be popular, while one-third say that wearing rocket boots will be their favorite activity. Another third think jet packs will be popular. Nearly 30 per cent think playing football and bike-riding will remain popular. When it comes to the curriculum, the think future generations will be learning about robot building 63 per cent, alien languages (47 per cent), celebrities (26 per cent) and RnB music(22 per cent). Children will wear virtual reality helmets to bring lessons to life, say 40 per cent, while over 20 percent believe they will not need lessons because microchips implanted in their heard will send relevant in-formation into the brain. Matt Whyman, adviser to the chief medical officer on youth issues of AOL, said:"The kids seem very aware of the liberation qualities of technology." Changes in the way of transport Changes in the way of teaching Changes in 39

Title: The __36___ _School In the future, students will use a new _37________, such as jet packs or hover boards to go to school.

In the future, robots will __38_____ as teachers and human teachers should use inter-changeable microchips so that one person can teach all subjects. Most students will enjoy hover boarding, wearing rocket boots and jet packs while a small number of students think playing football and bike-riding will remain popular.

Changes in the way of learning 23-25 CBA 26-28 DBC 36. Future fourth

Virtual reality helmets can bring lively lessons to them and more than one __40____of the students think with the help of microchips implanted in their head, they will not need lessons. 29-31 DCD 37. vehicle 32-35 DCDC 38. teach

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] A) 41. How __________(surprise)you will find it to see the result of the football match! 42. Please talk _______(deep)into the forest and you will feel the beauty. 43. Lilys parents are both doctors while ______heare both teachers. 44. The tour guide knows little about this place, so he is _______(help)to us. B) 45. ____________()of the students in our class have read the article already. 46. Its not worth________()others blindly. 47. ________()about the Yaan earthquake keep everyone in deep sorrow. 48. His father is ________()with him than his mother. 49. Before I got home yesterday, my robot ________(bend)its body. 50. She is noticed ____________(walk)into the room and teach the boy how to play the violin. 51. More than one person __________(fix)a machine from 2 to 3 yesterday afternoon. 52. The patient _________(stay)in hospital for half a month. But now he is at home and very healthy. 53. Tom, together with Lucy, ___________(not quarrel)at home. I will buy something delicious for you. 54. I thought I _________________________________________ my friends . 55. She __________________________________________________help her . 56. If we want to ______________________________________________by us. 57. How many years ____________________________________________. 58. I wander _____________________________________________________________. 59.ܧ The boy ___________________________________________ . 41. surprising 42.deeply 43. his 44.helpless 45.nine-fourteenths 46. imitating Messages 48. stricter 49.had bent 50.to walk 51. were fixing 52. had stayed 53. dont quarrel 54. didnt have courage to share my sorrow with . 55. wont leave until you agree to . 56. finish the work beautifully, we should pay more attention to the details . 57. has he devoted to researching the robots. 58. if many people are willing to move on Mars . 47.

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1. 2.ӧ 3. 90 Dear Mum and Dad, I love you so much. However, I am getting worried about your health. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ Yours Mary


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