I remember _______ her at the party last week．
D.to have met
Clerk:Good afternoon．What can I do for you?Mary:__________post these photographs to Australia·Clerk:You can send them in a registered letter．
A.1 want to
B.I had to
C.I"d like to
D.I"m going to
Shanghai has a larger population than _______ in ChinA．
B.any other cities
D.any other city
— When is Henry's birthday party, Lynn? — The 18th, __________about three o'clock in the afternoon.
In all，6 000 companies are __________ in producing the parts that are needed for these aircraft．
I haven’t a thing__________ with my father．
In short， __________he lives， a man belongs to some society.
Sometimes men _4_ a record of
Petrol is refined from the__________ 0il we take out of the ground．
Lying in hospital， the patient __________the outside world by watching news programs on TV every day.
A.kept in touch with
C.turned the clock back
As a boy I dreamed of flying airplanes. 21__________I told Dad I wanted to be a pilot,he said, "Youneed to do your job well on the farm first, and 22__________you may realize your dream. "The farm was aneveryday responsibility (职责)--that. 23__________Saturday, Sunday and Christmas too.
Every morning Igot up at four o' clock to milk and 24__________the cows. After the milk was bottled, my older brothers andI 25__________it to people' s homes. I was paid five cents a bottle.
At that time I 26__________that to be success-ful you have to take care of your responsibilities.When I was 16 ,I signed up for flying lessons. To pay for the lessons I 27__________a small restaurantwith some friends. One of our regular 28__________was the president of the Farmers Bank.
Every 29__________Igot,I talked to him about my dream. One day I told him I 30__________$3,500 to buy my own 31__________. Helent me the money so that I could fly people within 150 miles of the airport.Twelve years later I was flying people around the world 32__________a pilot of a big airline company.After ten years in the company I started my own 33__________.Today I run a billion-dollar company, but it was on the farm that I learned the principles(原则)that have 34__________me. Hard work and determination do 35__________dreams come true.
21. 请选择最佳选项( )。
26 请选择最佳选项( )。
28 请选择最佳选项( )。
The water we drink and use is running short in the world. We all have to learn how to stop wasting our limited water. One of the steps we should take is to find ways of reusing it. Experiments have already been done in this field. Today in most large cities, fresh water is used only once, then it runs into waste system. But it is possible to pipe the used water to a purifying factory. There it can be filtered and treated with chemicals so that it can be used again, just as it were fresh from a spring.
But even if every large city purified and reused its water, we still would not have enough. Then we could turn to the oceans. All we’d have to do to make use of the seawater on earth is to get rid of the salt. This process is called desalinization, and it is already in use in many parts of the world.
The best title for the passage is “_______”.
A.How to Reuse Water
B.Two Solutions to the Problem of Water Shortage
C.Stop Wasting Our Limited Water
D.How to Make Use of Seawater
The way to stop wasting our limited water is to ________.
A.do experiments with water
B.purify the used water and reuse it
C.use fresh water once again
D.make use of seawater
There wouldn’t be enough water for us if we didn’t _________.
A.turn to the oceans for more water
B.reuse used water and make use of seawater
D.take steps to reuse all water on earth
The following tells us how to reuse the used water. Which is the right order of the passage?
A.to have the used water filtered
B.to put chemicals in it
C.to pipe it to the users
D.to pipe the used water to be purified to a factory
Recently, a study has confirmed what I’ve long known in my heart: two breakfasts are betterthan none. The research on the effect of breakfast on weight gain was done on school children.But for adults, in theory, two breakfasts are also better than none.
Researchers from Yale and the University of Connecticut followed 600 middle-schoolstudents as they developed from fifth to seventh grade, nothing their weight and if they had zerobreakfast, breakfast either at home or at school, or breakfast in both places. They found thatweight gain among second-breakfast eaters was no different from the average gain seen amongall students. Children who didn ’t eat breakfast, or ate it only sometimes, were more likely to beoverweight than double-breakfasters. It should be noted that only about one in ten children inthe study ate two breakfasts.
The study wasn’t designed to figure out why this might be true, but the researchers havesome theories: that people who don ’t eat breakfast (or any meal) might overeat later in the day,and that as people become obese, they tend to reduce calories （热量） by having no breakfast.
Yes, school breakfasts are more like a healthy snack（零食） than a full meal, and growingteens can eat a large amount of food. But if you ’re still not eating breakfast because you think itgives you more colories, you are not only mistaken, but you are also missing out one of life ’s greatpleasures.
What do we know about the research according to Paragraph 1?
A.It was about the effect of dinner on weight gain.
B.Its result was opposite to the author’s opinion.
C.It was done on overweight school children.
D.Its result might also be true of adults.
Which of the following is true according to Paragraph 2?
A.About 90% of the children in the study had two breakfasts a day.
B.About 90% of the children in the study had one breakfast a day.
C.About 10% of the children in the study had two breakfasts a day.
D.About 10% of the children in the study had no breakfast at all.
What does the underlined word obese mean in Paragraph 3?
According to the researchers, some people don’t eat breakfast because _____.
A.they have no time
B.they prefer snacks
C.they want to keep fit
D.they want to eat more at lunch
“Are you crazy?” people around him shouted as Alex Bien, a 33-year-old immigrant(移民), ran toward three cars in a chain accident along the highway in Miami, which were burning down. Alex didn’t think twice.
The article “Against the Flames” reported how he put out the fire on a car and pulled a couple out of another. But when here turned to his own car, steam was coming out from it. It was damaged beyond repair.
Back in his tiny flat, alone and with little money, Alex didn’t know what to do. He was already working, going to college and supporting his wife, Aline, and children back in Haiti. He worried about his wife’s health； doctors thought she had cancer(癌症). Every cent was important to him. And now this.
With in weeks of reading the article, readers sent hundreds of letters offering jobs, money and best wishes. One delivered a car-used, but in fine condition. Others helped Aline come to Miami, where a medical team found out it was not cancer.
Readers also wrote to U.S. government officials to support the immigration of Alex’s family to Miami. Consul General Roger Daley even invited Alex to discuss the matter. Aline, to get her with their children, joined Alexin Miami this past March. Alex says, “I would like to say a beautiful thanks to the readers. There are good people every where in this world.”
Why did people say that Alex was crazy?????
A.He had an accident
B.He made a fire on the highway
C.He burned his car
D.He ran toward the burning cars
What do we know about Alex from the text?
A.He and his wife worked in the U.S.
B.He was a full-time student in Haiti
C.He was an immigrant with little money
D.He wrote the article “Against the Flames”