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  • 根据对话内容,从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。
    —Hello,Professor Smith.The summer vacation is coming. 【小题1】
    —I am going to Miami Beach,Florida for two weeks.
    —How will you get there?
    —  【小题2】 
    —Does it cost a lot?
    —No.The cost is lower out of season.It is my first time to travel by air. 【小题3】.
    —Don’t worry.Are your family going with you ?
    —Yes.We plan to go swimming in the ocean ,enjoy the sunshine on the beach and go water-skiing
    —  【小题4】  .
    —Yeah,they are crossing off the days on the calendar.Are you going go Europe again this summer?
    —No,not this time. 【小题5】 .
    —Egypt? It is really a place full of mystery.Have a good trip.
    —Thank you .The same to you.
    A.In fact,I am a little nervous.' [- J2 e3 ^$ Y, Z3 H0 `
    B.When are you leaving?' S3 c8 C3 S9 B- T0 U4 T
    C.What’s your plan for the vacation?
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    D.I plan to go there by train.7 e/ C% R: I+ D T+ X
    E、I will fly to Miami from New York.
    F、I am going to visit some old friends in Egypt.
    G、Your children must be excited about it.

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  • 根据短文内容,从下框的A—F选项中选出能概括每一段主题的最佳选项。选项中有一项为多余选项。
    A. How can you select your test location(地址)?
    B. How many times do you plan to take the test?
    C. When do you have to hand in your test scores?
    D. What is the most appropriate test date for you?
    E. Where do you stand in your high school coursework?
    F. What are the factors determining your choice of test time?
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    【小题1】
    The ACT is offered nationally several times a year, between September and June. However, it's not offered at every test center on each test date. If you need to take the ACT on a day other than Saturday because of religious reasons, you’ll want to be especially attentive in selecting a test date because the non-Saturday dates are less frequent and are held at fewer test centers.
    【小题2】
    One of the first things you should find out, then, is where the ACT is being offered in your area. A quick and easy way to get that information is by accessing ACT's website at www.actstudent.org. Or your high school guidance counselor should be able to give you that information. It's also printed in the booklet Registering for the ACT, which is available free from your school counselor. Often, your own or a neighboring school will serve as a test center.
    【小题3】
    One important decision you need to make is whether you should take the ACT during your junior or your senior year in high school. A number of factors will affect this decision. First, you should find out when colleges you're interested in need to have your test scores. Is there a special program or scholarship for which you want to apply? If so, is there a deadline by which you need to have test scores submitted to the college or agency? Score reports are normally mailed about 3-7 weeks after the test date. Just be sure you're doing everything, including taking the ACT, early enough to keep all your options open.
    【小题4】
    Another consideration in deciding when to take the ACT is where you stand in your high school coursework. If you're in a college-prep program and taking a lot of courses in English, mathematics, and science in your sophomore and junior years, it may be wise for you to take the ACT in your junior year, while those subjects are still fresh in your memory. If, on the other hand, you're studying material covered on the ACT during your senior year, it's reasonable to assume that your performance on the ACT might be better then.
    【小题5】
    Perhaps you'll decide to take the ACT more than once, in hopes of improving your score. In that case, it's probably better to take the exam in your junior year to allow time for a second try. There are several advantages to taking the ACT in your junior year: (i) You probably will have completed much of the coursework corresponding to the material covered on the ACT. (ii)You'll have your ACT scores and other information in time to help make decisions about your final year of high school coursework. (iii) You'll have your ACT scores and information from colleges in time to make decisions about visiting campuses or contacting schools.

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  • 根据对话情景和内容,从对话后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。
    -- What do you find hardest in learning English?
    --   【小题1】   Sometimes it’s just impossible to understand.
    --  【小题2】  The more you listen to English, the easier it becomes.
    -- That’s easier said than done!
    --   【小题3】  Then you can listen to Radio Beijing or VOA English programmes on the radio.
    -- Do you think that would help? 
    --   【小题4】  And why not buy some English tapes and some books to go with them? I’m sure you’ll find them useful.
    -- Yes, that’s a good idea. But I have another difficulty. 【小题5】_
    -- Oh! Well, for that, you’d better find an English pen friend.
    A.Of course.( I5 \5 J- P/ j# `
    B.Certainly not.
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    C.I’m afraid I need your help.- T8 `$ J' P$ i
    D.Why don’t you buy a radio?1 ]. ?2 H" K/ ^0 e, ^
    E. I find listening really hard.
    F. Well, you just need lots of practice.
    G. My written English isn’t very good either.

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  • 根据短文内容,从下框的A—F选项中选出能概括每一段主题的最佳选项。选项中有一项为多余选项。
    A. Environment protection
    B. Driving experience
    C. Self – driving
    D. Safety
    E. Computing and communications
    F. Wireless communications
    【小题1】
    Today, the Internet is in a few cars; tomorrow, broadband (宽带) will be in all of them. Any capability a personal computer has, a car will have, including two – way wireless communications for receiving e – mail, music, and movies. When you’re crossing the lonely place, the kids can watch TV if they’re bored. Every passenger will have a video feed.
    【小题2】
    Every car will have a self – driving system linked to GPS satellites. Radar sensors (传感器) will track nearby cars. On the freeway, they’ll slow your car when the car ahead of you slows; in town, they’ll help you park without hitting other cars. At rush hour, you’ll get the routes around traffic jams and accidents. The self – driving system in a car makes it possible for the car to drive itself, though some scientists say that’s 30 to 40 years off.
    【小题3】
    Motor vehicles today represent 20 to 30 percent of the world’s energy use. In the near future, a small gasoline engine and an electric motor will be brought together. Drivers will use electricity in a storage battery for short distances. Longer term, cars might burn hydrogen or use a fuel cell that converts a fuel like hydrogen and combines it with oxygen to create power. Then the waste will be pure water.
    【小题4】
    You’ll use the voice control: “Make it a bit cooler” or “find me country music”. Lighter, more reliable electronic controls replace mechanical controls. Fiber optics (光纤) replace electrical wires and light bulbs. Seats will be air – conditioned. The car will travel with one side higher than th