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  • 单词短语 (共5题,每小题1分,共5分)
    1. run out of ________________    
    2. in exchange for __________________
    3. by coincidence_____________    
    4. be specific to ___________________
    5. make sense of _____________________

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  • 翻译下列词汇
    【小题1】software          
    【小题2】suitable          
    【小题3】ambition           
    【小题4】witness __________        
    【小题5】pause     
    【小题6】desire      
    【小题7】witness          
    【小题8】obey        
    【小题9】abandon         
    【小题10】target         

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  • Read the passage carefully and then translate the underlined sentences into English or Chinese. Write your answer on your answer sheet.
    Howard Carter is one of the most famous explorers the world has ever known. He was brave and loved to visit and explore new places. During his life, he discovered many amazing things.【小题1】他天资聪颖,对家乡之外的世界充满了好奇心when he was very young.
    Howard Carter never went to school, but learnt to draw from his father. 【小题2】By the 1920s, he had become an explorer, searching for the tombs of the Egyptian kings. He discovered a great fortune in jewels and gold, along with the preserved bodies of dead kings. 【小题3】这些经过处理的遗体就是为人所知的木乃伊. In 1922, Howard Carter made his most amazing discovery of all, in the Valley of the Kings, in Egypt, where he found the tomb of King Tutankhamun.
    However, not long after the tomb had been opened, people in Carter’s team began to fall ill and die strangely.【小题4】Within seven years, 21 people who had something to do with the opening of the tomb died.
    Some people say the deaths were just coincidence. 【小题5】Others believe that they were in connection with a mummy’s curse. However, still others believe that there is a scientific explanation, because inside the tombs there are many viruses.

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  • 把下列词组译成汉语:
    【小题1】on purpose
    【小题2】devote to
    【小题3】be sentenced to
    【小题4】suffer from
    【小题5】dig out

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  • Directions: Read the passage carefully and then translate the underlined sentences into English or Chinese.
    Write your answer on your answer sheet.
    Laughter is the greatest medicine. 【小题1】 It helps those who cannot work out become fit.
    First of all, laughing out loud helps improve your general fitness. This is because 【小题2】笑能增强心肺功能. So it is easy to understand why some yoga exercises include laughter.
    Second, a good laugh can relax your muscles. 【小题3】As you laugh, the muscles participating in the laugh become active. After you laugh, these muscles start to relax. This movement is like a deep-breathing exercise, so it is very useful for people with breathing-problems.
    Also, laughter makes us feel a sense of happiness. Experts say that the positive feelings produced by laughter not only make us happy but also help us reduce pain.
    【小题4】下次你再感到难过或失望时,别着急。 Enjoying a funny comedy or reading some jokes will drive away your negative feelings and make you feel much better.
    【小题5】Can you imagine what our life will be like without laughter

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  • The Milu deer has returned to China. At present there are not many Milu deer in nature parks in China, but the number is increasing every year.
    The Milu deer is a kind of deer that used to be common in China long ago. However, it disappeared during the Ming and the Qing periods. Too many of the deer had been killed and they disappeared.
    Until recently,the only Milu deer alive in the world belonged to the Duke(公爵) of Bedford in England. Some deer had been taken to England,where they were kept in the great park. They liked the cool wet weather there and their number increased year by year. Today this park in England has the largest number of Milu deer in the world. In fact,there are now so many deer that some are being sent to places which would like to return this kind of deer to the wild.
    At present, the biggest nature park for Milu deer in China is the Nanhaizi Milu Park, which is about 20 kilometres south of Beijing. It is an important research centre for nature and wildlife. The life of the Milu deer is being studied there.
    The first deer arrived at the centre in 1985 from Britain. By 1993 the number of Milu deer at the centre had grown from 20 to more than 200.
    Another centre for Milu deer is in Dafeng in Jiangsu Province. In 1985, 39 Milu deer were brought to the province from Britain. Since then the number of Milu deer there has greatly increased.
    More Milu deer are being moved to a new large nature park in Shishou in Hubei Province. At all these centres it is hoped that one day they will have enough animals to set them free and live in the wild again. So once more there will be Milu deer living in the wild in China.

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  • 句子英译汉(每题1分,共10分)请将下列句子翻译成汉语。
    【小题1】In the last thirty years, the Internet has grown rapidly.
    【小题2】Just imagine never having to pack a suitcase.
    【小题3】Her singing was full of feeling; the first part of the song was filled with anger, while the last part expressed love and joy.
    【小题4】Symbols play a very important role in Beijing Opera.
    【小题5】He was made to practise the piano so much that, at times, he thought about giving up.
    【小题6】Ballet tells a story with music and actions but no words.
    【小题7】Its black eyes, which are fixed on the cabbage, show the creature’s interest in the vegetable.
    【小题8】It is a Chinese art with a long history.
    【小题9】There are three types of paper cuts which people still make today.
    【小题10】During his lifetime, he developed the tradition of combining poetry with painting.

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