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(1 )In the United States,there were 222 people 1_________ (report) to be billionaires(亿万富翁) in 2003. The 2_________ of these is Bill Gates,worth at least $ 41 billion, who made his money 3__________ starting thecompany Microsoft. Mr. Gates was only 21 years old 4_________ he first helpedto set 5_________ the company in 1976. He was a billionaire by the time he was31.

6_________, there are still some other people whohave made lots of money at even 7_________ (young) ages. Other young people who have struck it richinclude Jackie Coogan and Shirley Temple. 8________ of these child actors madeover a million dollars 9_________ (act) in movies before they were 14. But the youngestbillionaire is Albert von Thurn und Taxis of Germany, 10_________ inherited (继承) a billion dollars when he turned 18 in 2001!

 

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Finishing theirshopping at the supermarket, a middle-aged couple found their new car1__________ (steal). They filed a report 2__________the policestation and a detective drove them back 3___________ the parking lot to lookfor evidence.

To their 4___________ (amaze), the car had been returned 5__________ there wasa note in it that said: "I apologize for taking your car. My wife washaving a baby and I had to send her to the 6____________ as soon as possible.Please forget the inconvenience. There are two tickets 7___________ tonight'sRowan Atkinson concert."

Their faith in humanityrestored(恢复).The couple attended 8_________ concert. But when they returned home, theyimmediately found that their house 9___________

(be) ransacked (洗劫). On the bathroom mirror was 10__________ note:"I have to put my kid through college somehow, don't I?"

 

(3)

People 1_________ (live) in different countries made different kinds ofwords. Today there are about fifteen hundred 2_________ in the world. Eachcontains many thousands of words. A very large dictionary, for example,contains four 3_________ five hundred thousand words. But we do not need4_________ these. To read short stories you need to know only about twothousand words. 5_________ you leave school, you will learn only one thousandor more.

The words you know arecalled your vocabulary. You should try to make your vocabulary 6__________ (big). Read as many books as we can. There are a lotof books 7__________ (write) in easy English. You will enjoy them. When youmeet 8_________ new word, look it 9_________ in your dictionary. Yourdictionary is your 10__________ (much) useful book.

 

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When you are in Englandyou must be very careful in the streets 1_________ the traffic drives on theleft. Before you cross a street you must look to the right first 2__________then the left. In the morning and in the evening when people go to or come from3__________, the streets are very busy. Traffic is most 4________ (danger) then.

When you go by bus inEngland, you have to be careful, 5_________. Always remember the traffic moveson the left. So you must be careful. 6_________ (have) a look first, or you will go 7_________ wrongway.

In many English cities,there are big buses 8_________ two floors. You can sit on the 9_________ (two) floor. From 10_________ you can see the cityvery well. It's very interesting.

 

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1________ artist had asmall daughter. Sometimes he painted women 2_________ any clothes on, and heand his 3________ always tried to keep the small girl out 4_________ he wasdoing this, "She is 5_________ young to understand," they said.

But one day, when theartist 6_________ (paint) a woman with no clothes on, he forgot to lockthe door, and the girl suddenly ran into the room. Her mother ran up the stairs7________ her, but when she got to the room, the little girl was already in theroom and looking at the woman. 8________ her parents waited for her to speak.

For a few seconds thelittle girl said 9_________, but then she ran to her mother and said 10________(angry), "Why do you let her go about without shoesand socks on when you don't let me?"

 

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Most Americans don'tlike to get advice 1___________members of their family. They get advice from"2__________ (strange)". When they need advice, they don't usuallygo to people they know. 3__________ many of them write letters to newspapersand magazines 4_________ give advice on many different subjects, 5__________ (include) family problems, the use of language, health,cooking, child care, clothes, and even on how 6__________ (buy) a house or a car.

Most newspapersregularly print letters from 7___________ (read) with problems. Along with the letters8___________ are answers written by people who are supposed to know how tosolve such problems. Some of these writers are doctors, 9__________ are lawyersor educators. But two of the most famous writers of advice are women withoutspecial 10_________ (train) for this kind of work.

 

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Without properplanning, tourism can cause 1_________. For example, too many tourists cancrowd public places 2__________ are also enjoyed by the inhabitants(居民) of a country. If tourism creates too muchtraffic, the inhabitants will become 3__________ (annoy) and unhappy. They begin to dislike tourists4_________ to treat them impolitely. They forget how much tourism can help thecountry's economy. 5__________ is important to think about the people of adestination country and 6__________tourism affects them. Tourism should help7_________ country keep the customs and beauty that attracts tourists. Tourismshould also advance the wealth and 8_________ (happy) of local inhabitants.

Too much tourism can bea problem. If tourism 9__________ (grow) too quickly, people must leave other jobs towork 10__________ the tourism industry. This means that other parts of thecountry's economy can suffer.

 

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London was awarded1_________ 2012 Olympic Games on Wednesday, 2__________ (defeat) European rival Paris in the final round ofvoting to take the games back to British capital 3__________ the first timesince 1948.

4_________ Moscow, NewYork and Madrid were eliminated (淘汰) in the first three rounds London beat Paris54-50 on the fourth ballot(投票表决) of the IOC.

In London crowdscheered and waved flags as 5_________ watched the announcement from Singapore6_________ a giant screen in Trafalgar Square and in the east London area7________ the main Olympic complex (建筑群) will be based.

Blair spent two days inlobbying(游说) inSingapore 8_________ leaving to host the G8 summit (8国峰会) in Scotland. "My promise to you is we willbe your very 9_________ (good) partners," Blair said.

It's the fourth bid (申办) from Britain after 10_________ (fail) attempts by Birmingham for the 1992 Olympics andManchester for the 1996 and 2000.

 

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Why is setting goals so1___________? Because goals can help you do, be, 2___________ experienceeverything you want in life. Instead 3_________ just letting life happen toyou, goals allow 4___________ to make your life happen.

5__________ (success) and happy people have set lots of goals to helpthem reach their aims. By setting goals you are taking control of your life.It's 6_________ having a map to show you 7_________ you want to go.

Winners in life setgoals and follow through with them. Winners decide 8__________they want in lifeand then get there by making plans and setting goals. Unsuccessful people justlet life happen by accident. Goals aren't difficult to set, and9__________aren't difficult to reach. It is up to you to find out what yourgoals really are. You are 10_________one who must decide what to do and in whatdirection to aim your life.

 

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We often think offuture. We often wonder 1__________the world will be like in a hundred years'time.

Think of 2__________space. Perhaps a permanent station on the 3__________will have been set up.Perhaps people will be able to visit the moon as 4__________. Cheap rockets forspace travel will have been developed, 5_________ (permit) long journeys through the solar system. Whenthat time comes, people will be taking holidays in space and visiting6_________ planets. Great progress will have been made 7__________ medicine,too. Pollution will have been controlled in a hundred years' time.

All the world will havebeen developed-even Antarctica. We will have used 8__________ most of theearth's land to build our cities, 9___________ floating cities will have beenbuilt. The Japanese have already plans of this kind. And there will be cities10__________ the sea.

 

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The Internet as becomepart of young people's life. 1_________ report shows that 38% of students oftenuse the Internet . Most of them get 2__________ (use) information on the Internet 3_________ use theInternet to help in their studies. But many students don't use it 4_________ agood way. Some play games too much, some visit websites 5_________ shouldn'tlook at. So bad things may happen 6_________ students spend too much time onthe Internet.

7_________ is importantfor students to use the Internet properly. Now we have a textbook, 8_________uses many examples to teach students some good ways to use the Internet. Itgives useful advice.

Some students also make9_________ on the Internet. But if you want to have a face-to-face 10_________ (meet) with your online friends, let your parents knowand meet in a proper place.

 

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Rivers are one of ourmost important natural resources. Many of the world's great 1_________ arelocated on rivers, and almost 2__________ country has at least one riverflowing through it that plays 3__________ important part in the lives of itspeople.

Since the beginning ofhistory, people 4_________ (use) rivers for transportation. The longest one inthe United States is the Mississippi, and the lifeline of Egypt is the Nile.5__________ transportation, rivers give water to drink, water for crops, andchances for fun and recreation for the people 6_________ live along theirbanks.

However, large citiesand industries that are located on rivers often make problems. As the citiesgrow 7__________ size and industries increase in number, the water in therivers becomes 8__________ (pollute) with chemicals and other materials. People arelearning the 9__________ (important) of doing more to keep their rivers clean10__________ they want to enjoy the benefits of this natural resource.

 

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Liu Xiang was the firstAsian 1___________ (win) the men's 110m hurdles at the Olympics inAthens. 2__________ that he became an idol(偶像) to the young people.

"I never thought Iwould run under 13 seconds and break the Olympic 3__________."said LiuXiang in tears, "I am very very excited. I'm proud not just for myself andfor Chinese 4_________ for Asia. My race went 5___________ (wonderful) from start to finish." Liu added. "Itis 6__________ amazing experience being the Olympic champion. I want to thankmy coach and my friends for 7_________their help. I think today we Chinese haveshowed the world we 8_________ run as fast as anybody else."

Since his return fromAthens, Liu Xiang 9__________ (be) at the center of a media circus and he has beento many press appearances and meetings. But Liu thinks 2004 is just thebeginning, and he expects to be at his peak in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Liusaid, "For some players, it's just a job. For me, it's 10_________ Ilove."

 

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Will 1_________ matterif you don't take your breakfast? Some time ago a test 2__________ (give) in the United Sates. Those tests included peopleof different 3__________ from 12 to 83. During the experiment, these peoplewere given all kinds of breakfasts, and sometimes they got 4___________breakfast at all. Special tests were set up to see 5___________ well theirbodies worked and when they had eaten 6___________ certain kind of breakfast.The results show that if a person eats a proper breakfast, he or she will workwith better effect 7___________ if he or she has no breakfast. This factappears to be 8___________ (especial) true if a person works 9__________ his brains.For example, if a student eats fruit, eggs, bread and milk before going toschool, he will learn more quickly and listen with 10__________ (much) attention in class.

 

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Enough sleep isimportant to health. The amount of sleep needed 1__________ on the age of theperson and the conditions in 2__________ sleep takes place. The young may needmore sleep than 3__________ old, but usually eight hours are enough for thehealth of grown-ups. Some can do with 4__________ than this amount, but othersmay need more. Every person knows his own need. 5__________ is then a matter ofgood judgment to satisfy his need. Sleep 6__________ always be enough to makeone bring back his 7__________ (strong) and get ready for a day's work.

Fresh air is necessaryto sound sleep. So it is not 8___________ reason for some people to think thatit is practicable to sleep in the open air. A bath at bedtime, 9__________ hotnor cool but of body temperature, may be helpful to sleep. Sleepproducing drug(帮助睡眠的药物) should never be takenexcept when 10__________ (suggest) by a doctor.

 

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Snake dishes havebecome popular 1________ recent years. Snake meat in various flavors (风味) can 2_________ (see) in restaurant ads very often. Eating snake seemsto be now in vogue(盛行), andif you haven't eaten snake yet, you are considered "out of date". ButI wonder 3__________ all the trends are worth following.

Some people may defendthemselves 4__________ saying that snake meat is nutritious. But these peopledon't realize that many parasites(寄生虫),5_________ do harm to our health, are foundinside snakes.

According 6________ asurvey, about 1000 tons of snakes are eaten every year in China and sometimesas 7__________ as 10 tons of snakes are served on dinner tables in Shenzhen ina single day!

These figures warns usthat if no action is taken, 8_________ number of snakes will drop and make anincrease in mice and worms population, which will 9_________ in a decrease(减产) of crop output. Who will see such tragedyhappen?

So let's start not toeat snakes any more because "to protect the snake is to protect10__________."

 

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A few years ago, SARS1_________ out in the mainland of China, causing some people 2_________ (kill). And some nearly got close to death. The situationwas so severe that there was3_________ time to debate who is to blame. The mostimportant thing for the government to do is to find out the 4__________ of thisdeadly disease. They invited all the most 5___________ (experience) experts in this field to discuss and quite a fewsuggestions were put forward. Some of the top experts then tested them to see6_________ they were available. Doctor Zhong Nanshan chose one patient who wasseriously ill and had little hope 7_________ picking up and had the newmedicine tested on him. 8__________ his great joy, this patient recovered! Hemade his way to his office and telephoned the top official, 9_________ (tell) him this exciting news. For convenience, hemoved to live in his office. His method did make sense. Not soon after that,the 10_________ hospitals also controlled this terrible disease and kicked itout finally.

 

(18)

I asked my uncle, whoplays 1_________ piano well, 2_________ he would assess (评定) the tone of a second hand piano I was hoping tobuy. We arrived 3__________ the house and Uncle Frank looked the piano over,then 4__________ (sit) down and played a mixture of honky-tonk numbersand classical pieces. When he finished, we told the family that we would call5__________ in 15 minutes.

Outside, Uncle Franksaid that 6___________ the wood was battered (坏掉的),the sound was good and we should buy it.

When I phoned the womanback, she sounded as if she was crying. Concerned, I asked, "What's the7__________?"

"We didn't knowthe piano 8___________ play like that," she replied. The piano wasn't9__________ sale, and her daughter had to resume(重新开始) taking piano 10__________.

 

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In North America peopleare always in 1__________ hurry. Children have special lessons or sportsactivities 2__________ school. Parents often work late and 3___________ gethome until 7 or 8 o'clock at night. Most North American families don't havetime to prepare a meal. That is 4___________ fast food is so popular in NorthAmerica. People 5__________ about 40% of their dollars on fast food.

People usually buy fastfood from restaurant chains such as Pizza Hut, McDonald's, or KFC, 6_________they can enjoy pizza, sandwiches, fried chicken, and so on. Fast food saveswork and time, but it is not 7___________ (nutrition).

Fast food is popular inmany countries. American fast-food companies now have restaurants all over theworld. But not 8__________ is happy about the spread(扩展) of North American fast food. A group of peoplein Italy want to fight 9__________ the spread of American fast food. They don'tlike the idea of more fast food chains 10___________(open) restaurants in their country.

 

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Many people keep smallfish 1_________ pets. They keep them in a tank of water. The tank is made ofglass. People can 2_________ through it. They can see inside the tank and watchthe fish.

The fish need room.They mustn't be crowded. They need 3_________ to breathe. 4__________ must beenough water for all fish. So the size of the tank is very important.

In the tank people putsmall plants 5__________ are good for fish. They give oxygen to the water.Plants help in other ways, too. They can hide 6_________ the plants and sleep,lay eggs there. w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.m

The fish 7_________ bekept in water all the time. Some can jump high. So the tank should be covered.This keeps the fish from 8__________ (jump) out.

The fish need food andshould be fed every day. But 9__________ you give them too much food, it isvery bad, for the extra food will fall to the bottom and make the water dirty.So the fish should get just enough food and finish 10_________ in ten minutes.Nothing should be left.

 

(21)

Once upon a time therewas a rich merchant 1 ________ had 4 wives. He loved the 4th wife the most. Hetook great care of her and gave her nothing 2__________ the best. He also lovedthe 3rd wife very much. He was very 3 ___________ (pride) of her and always wanted to show off her to hisfriends. He also loved his 2nd wife. She is 4 ___________very considerateperson, always patient and in fact is the merchant's close friend. 5___________the merchant faced some problems, he always turned to his 2nd wife and6____________ would always help him out and tide(帮助渡过) him 7__________ difficult times. Now, themerchant's 1st wife is a very loyal partner and has made great 8___________ (contribute) in maintaining his wealth and business as wellas 9___________ (take) care of the household. 10___________, themerchant did not love the first wife and although she loved him deeply, hehardly took notice of her.

 

(22)

There once were a goatand a donkey 1___________ lived on a farm. The donkey worked the hardest so thefarmer fed it the most 2___________. Sometimes the donkey was given more food 3__________ it could eat. This made the goat so jealous 4__________ it beganplotting against(谋划对付) thedonkey. "Hey, donkey," the goat said one day. "I think you dotoo much work on this farm. You carry such heavy things from morning to night.Why don't you pretend 5__________(get) sick so you can take a day 6___________?'' Thedonkey thought the goat had a great idea. So the next morning, the donkey layin the stable(畜栏) onits side with its eyes 7__________ (close). Right away, the farmer called the doctor.8____________ looking at the donkey, the doctor said it needed a specialmedicine made 9___________ the heart of a goat. So the farmer killed10__________ goat and gave the donkey medicine made from its heart.

 

(23)

Dawn graduated severalyears ago. She 1 __________ (be) a successful model, and finding a job had notbeen a 2__________ -until recently.

When Dawn did starttrying to find another type of 3__________, she found in interview afterinterview that computer literacy(能力)was a must to 4___________ (employ).

Since Dawn had alwaysbeen afraid 5_________ learning computer while in college-our school didn'trequire to learn computer at that time-she managed to get a degree 6_________ever confronting(面对) acomputer.

Finally, after monthsof searching for a job, Dawn failed. She had to admit that sidestepping (回避) computer literacy(读写能力) hadn't been a good idea. 7___________, Sheenrolled in a computer course at 8 ____adult vocational school.

9____________(surprise), although she had been afraid of learningcomputer, she took to computers10__________much that after about a year sheopened her own computer-based business.

 

(24)

Some day,1_________youare lucky, you may see a bongo(大羚羊). But the only way most people will see it is ina 2__________. They are found in Africa, 3__________ they live deep in forests.Even in Africa, very few people ever get to see a bongo. The bongo does notcome out of the forest very often. It is an animal that keeps to 4__________.

The bongo has beautifulcoloring. Its hair is bright brown 5_________ (mix) with orange and red. Down its back and acrossits sides the bongo has yellow-white strips(条纹). Animals that look 6__________ food at nightusually have big eyes. This helps them see 7________ (good) at night. The forests in which bongos live arevery dark. The eyes of bongos are very big. So, they have no trouble 8_________(live) in the darkness.

Bongos in zoos do notlike to go outside on 9_________days. They only go outside on those days10_________ it is dark or very cloudy.

 

(25)

Gandhi, an Indiannational hero, was honored 1__________ the father of the Indian nation. He hasbeen respected and beloved by the Indians.

He was born in India in1869. Following the local custom, he got 2__________(marry) at the age of 13. In 1888 he sailed to England,3__________ he studied law for three years and became a lawyer. On his returnto India, he was sent to South Africa to work on a law case.

In South Africa he4__________ (surprise) to find that the problem of racialdiscrimination (种族歧视)wasserious. There he formed an organization and started a magazine to fight5__________ equal rights.

Gandhi returned toIndia in 1915, 6__________ India was controlled by the British. He led theIndians to fight for an end to the British rule and 7___________ (depend) for his country. In the political movement manyIndians including Gandhi were put in prison. 8___________, the struggles neverstopped. The British government had to give 9___________and India won itsindependence in 1947. 10___________(fortunate) Gandhi was shot by an Indian who opposed hisviews and died on January 30th, 1948. w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.m

 

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Mrs. Wilson, the wifeof a rich man, 1___________some of her friends to lunch. She was trying a newway to cook fish and she was very pleased with 2__________when the fish wasready. As the fish was very hot, she put it near the open window to 3__________for a few minutes. Five minutes later, when she came back for it, she was4___________to find the neighbor's cat at the fish. She was in time to stop thecat 5____________ it was too late. That afternoon every one enjoyed the fish.They talked and laughed 6__________four o'clock.

After the guests left,Mrs. Wilson felt tired 7_________ happy. She was sitting down in a chair nearthe window when she saw the neighbor's cat dead in her garden. She was sure thefish was bad. What 8__________ happen to her friends? She at once telephonedthe family doctor for help. The doctor liked each guest 9___________ (meet) him. Once again Mrs. Wilson was alone in herchair still tired but not longer happy. Just then the telephone rang.10__________ was her neighbor, "Oh, Mrs. Wilson," he cried." Mycat is dead. She was killed by someone in a car and put in yourgarden...."

 

(27)

Nowadays, almosteveryone 1__________(realize) that smoking is 2__________ (harm) to people's health. Sometimes it 3__________causes fire.

In China, about 38% ofthe people smoke. Every year, they smoke millions of packets of 4__________.It's bad news for the health of nation.

It's known that smokingcan cause different kinds of disease. Every year, many people die 5_________these illnesses, such as lung and throat cancers. It also costs the governmentmuch money to look 6___________ these sick people. Smoking is also harmful tothose 7________ don't smoke, 8___________ (especial) to children and women.

In a word, smoking isno good. 9__________ you want to smoke, just think of those who suffer fromdiseases 10_________ the fires that destroy people's lives and properties!

 

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Many people like to1_________ the latest newspaper. But 2_________ is it produced so quickly?

The most important manmay be 3__________ chief editor. He decides 4__________ to do. Every morningthe 5___________ (journal) are sent to report the events. Sometimes theyneed a face-to-face interview with people 6_________ do telephone interviews.Meanwhile, the picture editor sends photographer to take the 7___________ theyneed.

Later in the day, theypass the stories and the 8___________ (develop) photos to the editor.

The chief editor willchoose the most important news for the front page. 9___________ editors readthe stories, make some necessary changes and write headlines for them.10___________ the newspaper is printed and delivered to different places.

 

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With the 1____________ (develop) of industry, air pollution is getting more andmore serious. In Beijing, many people suffer different kinds of illnessesbecause 2___________ air pollution.

Air pollution is causedby the following 3_________: about half of the problem is caused by vehicles.There are more and more cars, buses on the roads, and they give off 4__________(poison) gases. 25% of air pollution is caused byfactories. Another factor is the smokers. Smoking not only does harm to theirhealth 5__________ to others. 6_________ these, about 10%of air pollution iscaused by other reasons.

We should take somemeasures to fight 7____________ pollution. New fuel can be used to take8___________ place of gas. We can plant more trees. If everybody realizes the9___________ (important) of environment and does something to stoppollution, the problem will 10____________ (solve).

 

(30)

Recently, a website hascarried 1__________ a survey about the common view on graduates 2__________Beijing University.

28% of the interviewedcompanies think that they 3__________ (satisfy) with the graduates from Beijing University. Thegraduates in their companies have a wide range of 4__________ (know) and they learn things very quickly and easily.

5___________, most of thecompanies don't think much of graduates from Beijing University. In their eyes,the graduates always stick 6___________ their own opinions and lack theteamwork spirit 7__________ they are working. Besides, they may not besatisfied with their jobs even with big companies, and they usually ask too8___________. As a result, 34% of the companies insist that 9__________ willnot employ graduates from Beijing University.

In brief, society andeven the students themselves expect too much from graduates from BeijingUniversity. That's 10__________ a graduate claims that he is rubbish.

 

(31)

Did you know that inthe mountains it can start to snow in August? It snows through the fall andwinter. 1__________, in spring, when all that snow melts, water falls down themountain sides. Streams(溪流)form and come together to form 2__________ . Let's follow one of the rivers inUtah.

The Bear River beginsnearly 13,000 feet 3__________ in the mountains. It ends only 90 miles away,4__________ it will have dropped about 9,000 feet first! The most surprisingthing about this river is where 5_____ ____ends. w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.m

If you look at a map,you will see that nearly all rivers 6_________(empty) into the sea. But 7___________ the water of theBear River. This river flows into the Great Salt Lake, the largest lake in theWest. The rivers and streams 8__________ flow into the lake bring with themabout two million tons of salt each year. And no fresh water flows away fromthe lake. 9___________, the summer sun evaporates (蒸发) the fresh water, 10___________ (leave) the salt behind. The lake water is so salty thatyou can't sink in it, no matter how hard you try.

 

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1 ___________ neither shenor her husband smoked, Mrs. Trench was surprised to see cigarette ash on herdoorstep as she entered the house. When she opened the living-room door, shewas astonished to see a strange man fast 2__________ in an armchair! Takingcare not to disturb him, Mrs. Trench left the house at once. She called a taxiand went 3 __________(straight) to the police station. When she got there, shelost no time to explain 4___________ had happened and added that the man5__________ have got into the house 6___________ an open window. Mrs. Trenchreturned home 7___________ a police car together with two policemen. But it wastoo late: the man had disappeared. 8___________ (hurry) upstairs, she went to her dressing-table. Shesmiled 9__________ relief when she saw the only thing that man had taken was animitation(仿制品)diamond necklace that was almost 10 ___________!

 

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About six years ago Iwas eating lunch in a restaurant in New York City 1___________ a woman and ayougn boy sat down 2___________ the next table. I couldn't help 3__________ (overhear) parts of their conversation. At one point4___________ woman asked: " So, how have you been?" And the boy,5__________

couldn't have been morethan seven or eight years old, replied, "Frankly, I've been feeling alittle depressed lately."

This incident6___________ (stick) in my mind because it confirmed my growingbelief that children are cahnging. As 7___________ as I can remember, myfriends and I didn't find out we were "depressed" until we were in highschool. The evidence of a change in children 8__________ (increase) steadily in recent years. Children don't seemchildlike anymore. Children speak more like adults, dress more like adults andbehave more like adults 9___________ they used to. 10___________ this is goodor bad is difficult to say, but it certainly is different. Children as it oncewas no longer exists, why?

 

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Johnny Carson began hiscareer in television 1 ____________ his twenties. First he worked at localstations in Nebraska. Several years 2___________, he moved to Los Angeles,California. It was "The Tonight Show" 3____________ made JohnnyCarson famous for thirty years. He became 4 ____________ most popular star ofAmerican television. He 5_____________ (call) "the king of late night." Critics saidAmericans from all parts of the country liked him and felt they knew him.w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.m

He did not take hisfame 6_____________ (serious). For example, when asked 7____________ he becamea "star", he answered: "I started in a gaseous (气体的) state and I cooled." Carson's special skillwas his sense of 8____________. Audiences laughed at his jokes he made at thebeginning of his show. However, sometimes they laughed 9____________ harder atthe jokes that failed. He was the most powerful performer on televison. Many10____________ (comedy) and singers became successful after appearing on"The Tonight Show".

 

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Although many Chinesestudents say that 1____________ knowledge of English grammar is good, 2 ____________mostwould admit that their oral English is poor.

3 ____________ I speakto a Chinese student they always say, "My oral English is poor." 4____________, their oral English does not have to remain "poor!" Iwould like to suggest that there may be some reasons 5_____________ theirproblems with oral English.

First, they fail tofind suitable words to express 6_____________ due to (由于) a limited vocabulary. 7_____________, they areafraid of making mistakes. The third reason is that not enough attention 8______________ (pay) to listening.

9_____________ you useyour English beyond the classroom you will forget what English you know.Remember: USE IT OR LOSE IT! You can learn how to speak English better10____________ speaking English more.

 

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Until recentlydaydreaming was viewed as a waste of time. Or it ___1_______(consider) an unhealthy escape from real life and itsduties. But now some people are taking a fresh look at daydreaming. Some thinkit may be a very ______2_____ (health) thing to do. Some reseachers are finding thatdaydreaming may be important to mental health. Daydreaming, they tell us,_____3___(be) a good means of relaxation. But its benefits go4 this. A number of psychologists have conducted experiments and have reachedsome 5 (surprise) conclusions.

Dr. Joan T. Freyberghas conclued that daydreaming contributes to intellectual growth. It ____6_____improves 7 (concentrate),attention span, and the ability to get alongwith others. Idustrialist Henry J. Kaiser believed that much of his success wasdue to the positive use of daydreaming. Florence Nightingale dreamed ofbecoming a nurse. The young Thomas Edison pictured 8 as an inventor. For thesenotable achieveers, it appears 9 their daydreams came true. Dr. Harry EmersonFosdick offered this advice: "hold a picture of yourself... in your mind'seye, and you will be drawn toward it. Picture yourself 10 as defeated and thatalone will make victory impossible. w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.m

 

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We ofter think of future.We often wonder ____1____ the world will be like a hundred years' time.

Think of 2 space.Perhaps a permanent station on the moon 3 (set up). Perhapes people will be able to visit the moonas 4 . Cheap rockets for space travel will have been developed, 5 (permit) long journeys through the solar system. Whenthat time comes, people will be taking holidays in space and visiting 6planets. Great propress will have been made 7 medicine, too. Pollution willhave been controlled in a hundred years' time.

8 the world will havebeen developed-even Antarctica. We will have used up most of the earth's landto build our cities, 9 floating cities will have been built. The Japanese havealready plans of this kind. And there will be cities 10 the sea.

 

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In the United States,there were 222 people 1 (report) to be billionaires in 2003. The 2 of these isBill Gates, worth at least $41 billion, who made his money 3 starting thecompany Microsoft. Mr Gates was only 21 years old 4 he first helped to set upthe company in 1976. He was a billionaire 5 the time he was 31.

6 , there are stillsome other people who have made lots of money at even

7 (young) ages. Other young people who have struch it richinclude Jackie Coogan and Shirley Temple. 8 of these child actors made over amillion dollars 9 (act) in movies before they were 14. But 10 youngestbillionaire is Albert von Thurn and Taxis of Germany, who, in 2001, inherited abillion dollars when he turned 18.

 

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Most Americans don'tlike to get advice 1 members of their family. They get advice from " 2 (strong)." When they need advice, they don't usuallygo to people thtey know. 3 many of them write letters to newspaers andmagazines 4 give advice on amny different subjects 5 (include) family problems, the use of language, health,cooking, child care, clothes, 6 even on how to buy a house or a car.

Most newspapers 7 (regular) print letters from readers with problems. Alongwith the letters there are 8 written by people who are supposed to know how tosolve such problems. Some of these writers are doctors, 9 are lawyers oreducators. But two of the most famous writers of advice are women withoutspecial 10 (train) for this kind of work. w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.m

 

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When you are in Englandyou must be very careful in the streets 1 the traffic drives on the left.Before you cross a street you msut look to the right first 2 then the left. Inthe morning and in the evening when people go to or come from 3 , the streetsare very busy. Traffic is most 4 (danger) then.

When you go by bus inEngland, you have to be careful, 5 . always remember the traffic moves on theleft. So you must be careful. 6 Have a look first, or you will go 7 wrong way.

In many English cities,there are big buses 8 two floors. Your can sit on the 9 (tow) floor, from 10 you can see the city very well.It's very interesting.

 


 

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