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1. 你的日常学习概况;  2.  你的奋斗目标;  3.  你目前在学习中遇到的困难。

注意:1.  可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

2. 词数 100 左右。

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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。文中共有 10 语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(),并在其下面写出该加的词。

删除: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。

The Mid-Autumn Festival, also w ide know n as Moon Festival, is a popular harvest festival celebrated by people in Chin a and some other Asian country. Actually, it is dates back to moon w orshipping in Ch ina’s Shang Dynasty more than 3,000 years ago. In Malaysia and Singapore, it is also sometimes referred as the Lantern Festival and Mooncake Festival. The festival is holding on the 15th day of an eighth month in the Chinese lunar calendar. Usually there is a full moon in the evening sky on this day, that falls in S eptember or early October in solar calendar. Despite sharing origin, the Mid- Autumn Festival has developed different customs in different countries and people celebrate them in different regions.

 

Ecotourism is a new term in today’s tourism industry. It  is  1. (typical)  considered  as an ecologically sustainable tour ism  w ith  a primary  focus  on  visit ing  fragile  and  relat ively   2.(disturb)  natural  areas, especially the ones w here special and unusual plants, animals and cultural heritages are the main attractions.  3. takes ecology and culture into consideration. Therefore, programs  4.(concern) the protection of some natural and cultural spots also form a part of ecotourism.

Ecotourism is develop ing at an  5.(increase) speed. According to a recent report by the World Tourism Organizat ion, ecotourism in recent years has enjoyed  6. annual grow th of about 5% w orldw ide. So far, more than 80 activit ies  7. (list) for ecotourism  and they  include bird w atching, hiking, div ing, photography and taking part in  8.(vary) of local cultural events.

Big cit ies are still the major places  9. attract tourists in our society today. How ever, it seems some smaller tow ns and country areas may w ell become the new destinations for people  10.(visit) tomorrow because they are rich in ecological, cultural and historical resources.

 

Almost everything w as fantastic in the nature camp except for a girl, Elizabeth. When I saw her sitting alone in the hot sun at lunch, I asked her to eat w ith us under a  __________  tree. How ever, Elizab eth refused my kind ______ . When w e invited her to play volleyball w ith us, Elizab eth  __________  our invitat ion, too. After a few more ______  refusals like that, I decided to stay aw ay from Elizabeth.

It  _________ that w e w ere going on a nature  __________  and our instructor paired everyone up w ith a partner. Guess w ho my partner turned out to be. It w as Elizabeth!

“What do you like to do  __________?” I asked, trying to make some small  __________  as w e started out. “I like to ______  in peace and quiet,” Elizabeth  __________ . So w e had the quietest and most peaceful hike in the w orld  ______ w e saw a bird. “I think his w ing is hurt. Poor litt le b ird,” Elizabeth said  __________. “ He might be tak ing a rest over there.” I said. Elizabeth nodded. Then she w hispered, “ But w hat if he’s in  __________, like my granddad?” “Your granddad?” I said. “He  __________  and broke his leg the day the camp started. He’s  __________  in hospital and is in so much pain,” Elizabeth exp lained. I noticed she w as  __________. “I’m sorry for w hat I have done. For some reason, w henever I get really sad, I act  _________  and w ant to be alone,” she added.

“I get it,” I said. “I don’t alw ays know how to  __________  it w hen I’m feeling dow n, either.” “ Thanks,” she said, w iping off tears.

After that, Elizabeth seemed to get along w ell w ith us, and I think she actually  __________  the last few days of the camp.

Next time, if someone is unfriendly, give him a second chance. Maybe he’s going through a  _________  time.

1.A. ugly    B. pretty    C. shady    D. w arm

2.A. proposal    B. help    C. pity    D. order

3.A. turned up    B. turned in    C. turned out    D. turned dow n

4.A. unfair    B. unfriendly    C. unfit    D. unimportant

5.A. seemed    B. appeared    C. looked    D. happened

6.A. talk    B. discussion    C. voyage    D. hike

7.A. for free    B. for short    C. for fun    D. for certain

8.A. mistake    B. talk    C. change    D. promise

9.A. jog    B. sleep    C. race    D. w alk

10.A. replied    B. insisted    C. complained    D. screamed

11.A. unless    B. after    C. until    D. since

12.A. sadly    B. coldly    C. happily    D. eagerly

13.A. hospital    B. pain    C. danger    D. trouble

14.A. lay    B. sat    C. ate    D. fell

15.A. still    B. yet    C. even    D. ever

16.A. smiling    B. coughing    C. drawing    D. sobbing

17.A. nicely    B. properly    C. rudely    D. naturally

18.A. deal    B. handle    C. repair    D. recognize

19.A. enjoyed    B. planned    C. hated    D. avoided

20.A. fortunate    B. smooth    C. unforgettable    D. tough

 

1.  You probably think you w ill never be a top student. This is not necessary,  how ever. Anyone can become a better student if he or she w ants to. Here’s how :

Plan your time carefully. When planning your w ork, you should make a list of things that you have to do. After making this list, you should make a schedule of your time. First, your time for eating, sleeping, dressing, etc. . Then decide a good, regular time for studying.  2. A w eekly schedule may not solve all your problems , but it w ill force you realize w hat is happening to your time.

Find a good place to study. Look around the house for a good study area. Keep this space, w hich may be a desk or simply a corner of your room, free of everything but study materials .  3.  When you sit dow n to study, concentrate on the subjec t.

Make good use of your time in class. Take advantage of class time to listen to everything the teacher says . Listening carefully in class means less w ork later. Taking notes w ill help you remember w hat the teacher says.

Study regularly. When you get home from school, go over your notes, review the important points that your teacher is going to discuss the next day and read that material.  4. If you do these things regularly, the material w ill become more meaningful, and you’ll remember it longer.

Develop a good attitude tow ards tests . The purpose of a test is to show w hat you have learned about a subject. Tests help you remember your new know ledge.  5.

If you w ant to know more about how to be a top student, please w rite to me!

A. No games, radios, or television.

B. Maybe you are an average student.

C. This w ill help you understand the next class .

D. Make full use of your room to study independently.

E. Don’t forget to set aside enough time for entertainment.

F. No one can become a top student w ithout doing a lot of tests .

G. The w orld w on’t end if you don’t pass a test, so don’t be overw orried.

 

Ever since Donald Trump w as elected President of the US , the entire Trump family has been put under a microscope.

In China, the spotlight has been main ly focused on Trump and his daughter Ivanka. She is described on WeChat as an extremely inf luent ial ro le model w ith strik ing beauty, a successful career, and happy family. She leads a dream life that a million g irls w ould long for. Yes, she w as born w ith a silver spoon in her mouth. But she got w here she is by herself.

There’s alw ays going to be articles that say people born into w ealthy families are better looking and have a better family background than you, but these people do w ork harder than you.

There is a tendency in the med ia now adays to encourage elit ism(精英主义). They are trying to brainw ash young people into think ing that they should invest an enormous amount of time and money in bodybuild ing and appearance improvement. They make you believ e that if you do as they say, you can improve the quality of your life and join the upper class.

But w hat’s the dow nside of being average or common? Do you really need to go to the gym five days a w eek unless you are a gym crazy? Do you really need to break your neck and sacrifice to earn your first pot of gold only to w orry constantly about how to enter high society later?

Don’t let the idea of elit ism get to you. Everybody has a right to live the life they w ant. Human beings should not be judged as a success or failure based on w hether they are a part of the upper class or not. As long as you lead a happy and comfortable life, w hy bother to chase after other people’s shadows? Choose your ow n life path and go for it.

1.Which of the follow ing about Ivanka is NOT mentioned in the text?

A. She w as born in a w ealthy family.

B. She has a successful career.

C. She made it due to her father.

D. She is pretty beautiful.

2.What is the author ’s attitude tow ards the tendency in the media to encourage elitism?

A. Unconcerned.    B. Negative.    C. Doubtful.    D. Approving.

3.What may be the best title for the text?

A. Run After Stars’ Shadow s    B. Elitism and the Upper Class

C. Trump and His Daughter Ivanka    D. Follow Your Ow n Course in Life

 

Is  “plogging” the most  2018  fitness  trend yet? They  brought  us hygge, lagom and fika,  but  now  a new Scandinavian trend is coming, and it couldn’t be more 2018.

Hailing  from  Sw eden,  “plogging ”  is  a  fitness  craze  that  sees  participants  pick  up  plastic  litter  w hile jogging—adding a virtuous, environmentally driven element to the sport.

Plogg ing appears to have started around 2016, but is now going global, due to increasing aw areness and fear over plastic levels in the ocean.

The appeal of plogging  is its simplicity, and the feeling of getting fit w hile supporting a good cause. By adding regular squats and carrying w eight to jogging, w e can assume the health benefits are increased.

Running and good causes have alw ays gone hand in hand—just think of all the fundrais ing marathon runners do. But there couldn’t be a more on-trend w ay of keeping fit than plogging.

“Anyth ing that’s getting people out in nature and connecting positively w ith their env ironment is a good thing,” says Lizzie Carr, an environmentalist w ho helped set up Plastic Patrol, a nationw ide campaign to rid our in land w aterw ays of plastic pollut ion. “There’s been a real shift in the public mindset around plastics, helped by things like Blue Plan et high lighting how catastrophic the crisis is,” she says. “We need to keep momentum high and the pressure up, and empow er people through initiatives  like plogging and Plastic Patrol.”

The Plastic Patrol app allow s users to map plastic anyw here in the w orld by collecting disc arded items, photographing them and up load ing to the app, giv ing us a better know ledge of w hat sorts of plastic and w hich brands are being throw n out. “I’d urge all ploggers to get involved,” adds Carr. As w e can see, plogging has become a new fashion in 2018. How ever, plogging isn’t the first fitness trend to combine running w ith a good cause.

1.What does the underlined w ord“discarded”mean?

A. Useless.    B. Abandoned.    C. Exposed.    D. Distinct.

2.Carr helped set up Plastic Patrol, a nationw ide campaign, in order to                   .

A. raise public aw areness of pollution

B. shift the public mindset around plastics

C. connect positively w ith their environment

D. make our inland w aterw ays free of plastic pollution

3.What is the passage mainly about?

A. Plogging is the best w ay to keep fit.

B. 2018 sees an environmentally  friendly w ay of fitness.

C. Running w ith good causes can make a great difference.

D. The Plastic Patrol app is an effective w ay to help you run.

4.What w ill the author continue to w rite?

A. other new fashions in 2018.

B. the first healthy trends in sports.

C. other fitness w ays of running w ith a good cause.

D. the first healthy running trend w ith a good cause.

 

Steven Spielberg never fails to blow us aw ay w ith his imagination.

The US director ’s latest film Ready Play er One, w hich w as released in Ch inese cinemas on March 30, is a story set in the year 2045, w hen people escape their hopeless everyday lives by putting on a VR mask and ent ering a virtual w orld named Oasis. This fantasy land is filled w ith characters and settings right out of classic films and video games. At the age of 71, Spielberg is still at the top of his game.

Indeed, Spielberg has alw ays been a “gamer” himself-or more precisely, a “game changer”. When his thriller Jaws came out in 1975, it struck a chord w ith audiences all around the w orld and even kept people from going sw imming for fear of the “teeth in the sea”. The film w as also an example of w hat w e know as summer hits. And again in 1982 his alien film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Spielberg challenged people’s belief that aliens are something to be feared by telling a story about a loving friendship betw een a space culture and a little boy.

Now comes Ready Player One. When Wade Watts, the film’s teenager leading figure, finally prevents Oasis from falling into the w rong hands, he is given ow nership of the virtual w orld by its late designer James Haliday. But Watts makes a decision that he hopes w ill mak e people w ant to appreciate their real liv es, instead of spending all their free time escaping reality in Oasis, w hich is a real-life message that Spielberg is trying to deliver to the audience.

1.Which movie mentioned in the passage is not a science fiction?

A. Ready Player One.    B. Jaw s.    C. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.    D. Jurassic Park.

2.Why Spielberg is regarded as a “game changer”?

A. Because his movies are very thrilling.

B. Because his movies are alw ays leading the trend.

C. Because he could make a breakthrough at the age of 71.

D. Because he tries to convey an important message to his audiences.

3.What message does Spielberg try to send to his audiences in his latest movie Ready Player One?

A. We shouldn’t escape from reality.

B. He holds an optimistic view about human’s future.

C. There might be friendships betw een aliens and human beings.

D. VR technology w ill be w idely used in our society in the future.

4.What is the best title of this passage?

A. A Leading Director—Spielberg    B. Spielberg’s Life Achievements

C. Famous Blockbusters    D. A Game Changer—Spielberg

 

Our Annual Cultural Events

We are proud to bring the energy and enthusiasm of Brazilian Carniv al to Char lotte w ith A N ight in Rio! Get a taste of Carnival through dancing, live music, authentic food, drinks and marketplace. Put on your green and yellow, and join us for the unforgettable experience of Brazilian  Carnival!

Date: Saturday, February 24, 2018

Location: Neighborhood Theatre, Charlotte

Time: 7 PM

TICKETS AVAILABLE  ONLY AT THE DOOR

Ritmo & Sabor

We are thrilled to bring the annual celebration Ritmo & Sabor Festival! Featuring dance performances and FREE dance lessons and delic ious, authentic Latin cuisine, this festival w ill be a fantastic celebration for the entire family to enjoy! Food and beer w ill be available for purchase. Come out to enjoy a great summer evening of Ritmo & Sabor!

Date: Saturday July 2, 2018

Location: International & Cultural Center, Charlotte

Time: 5-11 PM FREE ADMISSION Las Américas

Join us in the annual celebrat ion LAS AMÉRICAS! We d isplay our h istory and ident ity of Lat in America through musical performances, story-telling and poetry. Enjoy yourself w ith local artists, shop your w ay through a market of arts and crafts and join in some of the f inest Latin American cuisine.

Date: August 18, 2018

Location: Midw ood International & Culture Center, Charlotte

Time: 2-7 PM Admission is FREE.

Lat in American Festival

Festival Lat inoam ericano returns for its 28th year, w ith musical artists and dance perfo rmances, a diverse authentic selection of Latin American food, visual artists, and a street festival environment w ith activities for the w hole family.

Location: Symphony Park at South Park Mall, Charlotte

Date: Saturday Sept. 29 (1-8pm)

Admission: $10; Children aged 8 & under are free.

1.What does Ritmo & Sabor mainly provide?

A. Music and visual art.    B. Food and beer.

C. Dance and poetry.    D. Dance and food.

2.What can you do at Las Américas?

A. Buy some local crafts as souvenirs.

B. Enjoy typical Latin American beer.

C. Dance in green and yellow clothes.

D. Watch local dancers’ performances.

3.Which event requires a ticket for a seven-year-old child?

A. Las Américas.    B. Ritmo & Sabor.

C. A Night in Rio.    D. Latin American Festival.

4.The event in   is held in the first quarter of the year.

A. Neighborhood Theatre    B. International & Cultural Center

C. Midw ood International & Culture Center    D. Symphony Park at South Park Mall

 

听下面一段独白,回答以下小题。

1.What does pressing 2 allow people to do?

A. Speak to an operator.    B. Buy tickets.    C. Hear movie information.

2.Where does the story in Don’t Make a Sound take place?

A. In a forest.    B. In a city.    C. On a farm.

3.What is playing in Theater 2?

A. A movie about monsters.    B. A movie about friendship.    C. A movie about a restaurant.

4.When is Final Cut showing?

A. At 7:00.    B. At 9:30.    C. At 10:30.

 

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