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A．work out+ [* D. K U- c7 ^; N' ? | B．come across6 b: _: Y I" R, M& R | C．put off- g ?* G7 a5 T% E6 B | D．break down7 @- J' X% W/ @ |
A．No market could be held.! Z% K: Y' b6 \6 T | B．The police had done little to help.' W/ B: R- T' e0 S |
C．The town looked different.& U7 i, ?0 h" F6 T& E; ]$ a& \; E$ c | D．Fallen trees had not been removed.; Y# c- c1 e; F, M) `5 T$ D5 h$ D9 X |
A．He finds it extremely annoying.3 T% g. j: Y% a1 f! j | B．Не is sure that he plays an important role.% `; V [5 j6 H- A |
C．Не considers the systems are not clear enough. 7 i$ b) T$ F- A F7 W1 K | |
D．He does not trust the decisions made by his superiors.! Z+ [, D2 V. O) F |
A．its condition. : [1 _5 b, T/ W | B．its colour.5 a$ i& R( N9 e1 e g7 D4 W | C．its position. . _ \! W0 h1 B1 S& V+ U( L* L | D．its design.. ^. @. U: H% L+ R3 i! E |
A．was pleasantly lighter6 K' @5 N! @8 b | B．felt less private6 e, A8 X' g E% e+ J |
C．had a better view! G! H/ A: M# a7 F/ B* R | D．was in need of repair7 U/ C% I. K/ M9 `" Z1 X" i |
A．It proved that he was well again.: L' H2 T1 _0 j+ N/ h+ E! [ | B．She agreed about the tree.5 N) F2 M! P6 @5 ?" a! [3 g9 D |
C．She thought he meant the sofa.& f7 ^9 [: M/ [, K | D．It was what she expected him to say.: G5 V( C0 Y/ b# B8 W6 c |
A．know the effects of teaching on learning 5 a+ N& B5 i5 d# U7 b | B．study students’ ways of learning math* E' W8 T- g0 c4 a$ a$ H |
C．prove women teachers are unfit to teach math ' \5 B2 F3 S5 e4 P* h; M | D．find better teaching methods for teachers7 f8 i3 W7 j9 j5 F) \ |
A．end up learning math anxiety from their teachers 0 N3 U. d1 ^& @3 M | B．study the ways their female teachers behave) T$ ?7 P6 Z N' a. C" \1 _+ P5 J |
C．have an influence on their math-anxious female teachers! a& D+ O5 L, ?( Z | |
D．gain unexpected achievement in such subjects as math* I+ K3 A' R/ V$ K9 U, Z, D& B |
A．Prepare two math achievement tests for the students0 b8 U" V! P1 R6 j. S | B．Tell their feelings about math problems: S" d. K) b+ _4 H' Y+ `) ] |
C．Answer whether a math superstar had to be a boy) Y, d! f, N4 E, L0 D1 a5 G | D．Compare the students’ scores after the math tests: L5 E c& _( g0 @ |
A．No male students were affected by their teachers’ anxiety G; h1 ]) g7 c1 U8 ` |
B．Almost all the girls got lower scores in the tests than the boys6 _5 G# K' j. Z. E |
C．About 30% of the girls thought boys are better at math than girls& Z8 I g% f3 X T& Q8 U# N+ F |
D．Girls with math-anxious teachers all failed in the math tests! S7 e/ h0 j1 F" K# g |
A．117 students and teachers took part in the new study; i9 f, O; K7 F: B7 U1 H |
B．The researchers felt surprised at the findings of their study8 d) B. H6 d, h. V+ Z |
C．Beilock and Levine are interested in teaching math) I+ ^0 ^ L4 F, H) @ |
D．Men teachers are better at teaching math than women teachers$ I6 U" [( M L' b6 Y9 J6 ^; Z( g |
例如：It was very nice to get invitation to spend ∧ weekend with you．Luckily
am around 8 pm in Friday evening． on ( i# P1 A5 I; S, W( \# U7 G0 d |
A．Happiness Varies with Ages" a3 @& V2 @+ Y6 A& L7 K5 h |
B．Experience More, Worry Less: V4 R* ^" c" i; N |
C．The Older, the Wiser * D" F! h. R. g% e. I" V) b" L3 G |
D．Being Young, Being Happy; Q! f0 I1 I+ j0 d3 A% H) i |
A．only when people get older will they feel happier7 E, ^7 h8 R) H- V |
B．stress levels among the youngest are the highest) e3 O+ J& B, e |
C．older people tend to be grateful) L/ [: W! i5 a" @* g* ^9 F |
D．older people usually have no worries5 T3 L7 f3 _2 F7 S& O |
A．they miss the old days8 I9 b& I' c6 L/ B* H/ a1 V! G$ d |
B．they are physically weak 1 A; U: V# F. V8 @# M/ _9 d! J |
C．they have better self-control9 G6 M4 F; e) R/ F4 _' A6 c$ M |
D．they are more emotional8 @5 B2 U+ j; G' V* e |
A．What influences happiness. ' f) D5 X, `2 O/ V& I( ^ |
B．How to live better." d4 ]3 j. e$ A2 N8 X; T |
C．How to keep happier. ' U) L3 J" h0 b9 @* \ |
D．Why women are less happier./ H5 ?% h1 [7 V1 e |
A．advise how to reduce stress1 Q0 d. F6 ^( R& B3 d$ [/ X/ Y |
B．introduce a scientific finding $ ]: A7 d$ ^4 _0 J' g |
C．describe how to do research( f; c0 ^' ]6 P, E. Y' M; j |
D．talk about human emotions H) L$ U; S5 Q9 T1 B4 K8 Z |
A．It was OK% @/ ^% h" F1 G6 B |
B．Where is the hotel5 S9 @2 ^) c' Q1 H3 X4 V P+ Y |
C．Here is my card2 L5 O6 B. @" N* W$ F# i- D |
D．Where shall we go$ ?/ G# [ N! O4 D% L* B3 [ |