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ⅠComplete the sentences, using the appositive or the attributive clauses. 1. I have no idea (她出了什么事). 2. I will tell you the

story (你也许没听过的). 3. At the meeting he expressed the hope (他想出国深造). 4. The news (你在英语演讲比赛中获得一等奖) made us very happy. 5. Word came (王老师已经返回你们学校了). Ⅲ. Choose the best answer. ( )1. —Where is Jack? —He is you told him to go. A. where B. which C. what D. / ( )2. The difficulty we now meet with is we can persuade him to tell the truth. A. whether B. that C. what D. how ( )3. America was was first called “India” by Columbus. A. what B. where C. the place D. there ( )4. After ten years, he changed a lot and looked different from he used to be. A. that B. whom C. what D. who ( )5. The main facts in human life are five: birth, food, sleep, love and death. One could increase the number—add breathing for instance —but these five are the most obvious. Let us ask ourselves our lives. A. they play in what part B. they play what part in C. what part they play in D. in what part they play ( )6. My hometown is quite different from before. A. that it was B. it was C. what it was D. which it was ( )7. is the students to find out the meaning and the usage of new words. A. What a dictionary does, help B. What dictionary does, to help C. How a dictionary does, help D. All that a dictionary does, helps ( )8. is worth doing at all is worth doing well. A. Whatever B. Whoever C. However it D. Whatever it ( )9. You can choose book you like among these. A. no matter what B. whatever C. whose D. whichever ( )10. You can take much you want and you want to. A. whatever, when B. whenever, however C. however, whatever D. however, whoever



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Ⅰ. Complete the following clauses with proper conjunctions. 1. Tom refused to work with you is still unknown. 2. comes is welcome. 3. he became a lawyer may have been due to his mother ’s influence. 4. It is not true he has moved to New York. 5. It was reported the US was under the terrorist attack. 6. It is certain she will do well in her work. 7. It’s no surprise our team should have won the game. 8. It is reported China has sent another man-made earth satellite into orbit. 9. It happened I was out that day. 10. It makes no difference we shall have the meeting. 11. light travels in straight lines is known to all. 12. we will go outing tomorrow depends on the weather. 13. broke the glass yesterday is not clear. 14. car you will choose to buy makes no difference. 15. I heard he joined the army. 16. They did not know had happened. 17. I wonder you can change this note for me. 18. Our success depends upon well we can cooperate with one another. 19. We heard it she would get married next month. 20. The manager impressed us he was an honest man. 21. This is we can’t get the support of the people. 22. He always works hard he knows the fact that he is not in good health. 23. His failure was due to the fact he had not practiced for a long time. 24. I had no idea you were here. 25. She told us her hope she would become a pianist. Ⅲ. Translation Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1.我想当然认为你会和我们呆在一起。(take…for granted)




5.困难在于我们缺乏资金这个事实。(lie in)

6.他们一点儿也不知道他去哪儿了。(not…at all)


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7.没有人对他将成为他们的老板这一事实感到高兴。(be happy with)




Section C Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words. Youth sport has the potential to accomplish three important objectives in children’s development. First, sport programs can provide youth with opportunities to be physically active, which can lead to improved physical health. Second, youth-sport programs have long been considered important to youth’s psychosocial development, providing opportunities to learn important life skills such as cooperation, discipline, leadership, and self-control. Third, youth-sport programs are critical for the learning of motor skills; these motor skills serve as a foundation for future national sport stars and recreational adult-sport participants. When coachers develop activities for youth practices and when sport organizations design youth-sport programs, they must consider the implication of deliberate play and deliberate practice. Research from Telama (2006) states that regular participation in deliberate play or deliberate practice activities during childhood and youth (ages nine to eighteen) increases the likelihood of participation in sports during adulthood by six times for both males and females. C? té(2002) defines deliberate play activities in sport as those designed to maximize enjoyment. These activities are regulated by flexible rules adapted from standardized sport rules and are set up by the children or by an involved adult. Children typically change rules to find a point where their game is similar to the actual sport but still allows for play at their level. For example, children may change soccer and basketball rules to suit their needs and their environment (e.g., in the street, on a playing field or in someone’s backyard). When involved in deliberate play activities, children are less concerned with the outcome of their behavior. (whether they win or lose) than with the behavior. (having fun). On the other hand, Ericsson (1993) suggests that the most effective learning occurs through involvement in highly structured activities defined as deliberate practice. Deliberate practice activities require effort, produce no immediate rewards, and are motivated by the goal of improving performance rather than the goal of enjoyment. When individuals are involved in deliberate play, they experiment with different combinations of behaviors, but not necessarily in the most effective way to improve performance. In contrast, when individuals are involved in deliberate practice, they exhibit behavior focused on improving performance by the most effective means available. For example, the backhand skills in tennis could be learned and improved over time by playing matches or by creating fun practice situations. However, players could more effectively improve their backhand performance by practicing drills that might be considered less enjoyable. Although the drills used in deliberate


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might not be the most enjoyable, they might be the most relevant to improving performance. (Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN TEN WORDS) 78. Besides the learning of motor skills, what are the other two important objectives of youth sport? 79. If children often participate in deliberate play or deliberate practice activities, they are more likely to ________________. 80. In deliberate play activities, what do children do to maximize enjoyment? 81. In contrast to deliberate play, deliberate practice is aimed at ____________. Translation Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1.学生们自愿筹款帮助非洲国家的穷人。(volunteer)







8.教育越发达,它对我们生活的影响就越大。(the more…the more)



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