艾青中学高三英语滚动练习（二） 金旭霞 第一部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节：单项填空（共 20 小题； 每小题 0.5 分，满分 10 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题纸上将该选项标 号涂黑。 1. —Did you have a wonderful time at the ball last night? —__
__! I’ve never had a more wonderful time all my life. A. You bet B. No problem C. By no means D. Got it
2. A Christmas tree is ____ sign that can only be understood as far as ____ certain cultural understanding is concerned. A. the; / the; a 3. The nation’s top economic planning agency said China will ____ a more proactive opening-up policy this year. A. adapt avoid 4. We have been trying to train the young people who were hired last month, but they ____ their best to learn. A. were not doing are not doing 5. Dumplings are said to bring good fortune, but good dumplings are well within a home cook’s reach and, frankly, are often better than ____ is served at restaurants. A. what B. it C. that D. those B. didn’t do C. hadn’t done D. B. adopt C. adjust D. B. a; the C. a; a D.
6. Truly, Lara began to regard the wall as her journal, and she wrote her thoughts down on the wall the moment they ____ her. A. called up got over 7. Each spring the apple tree in my garden blossoms so ____ that the air becomes B. reached for C. occurred to D.
filled with the sweet of apple. A. automatically approximately 8. We should consider what use can ____ such a piece of cloth. A. make of B. make use of C. be made from D. be made of B. abundantly C. apparently D.
9. Some members went so wild that they strongly demanded to know why they had been kept ____ the true facts until the present stage． A. in view of favor of 10. A journal is not necessarily a reliable record of facts, for the writer’s impressions ____ colour the telling of events. A. must B. shall C. should D. might B. in ignorance of C. in place of D. in
11. Nature is at its most beautiful in spring ____ all kinds of flowers are in blossom, ____ attracts people from all walks of life to take a spring outing. A. when; which which B. which; where C. when; that D. that;
12. The rising house price and the high income taxation rate have become the biggest ____ of people in China today. A. concern occupation 13. Thinking of his son, who was killed in the traffic accident which killed 19 preschool children, ____. A. tears came to his eyes C. his heart sank B. he was in deep sorrow D. we found him in tears B. influence C. involvement D.
14. —Have you told your parents about your decision? —Not yet. I can hardly imagine ____ they will react. A. what B. that C. how D. when
15. When ____ to danger and conflict, men tend to increase blood pressure, ____ nervous and anxious.
A. exposed; felt C. to be exposed; felt
B. being exposed; feeling D. exposed; feeling
16. You can’t complain of being left out ____ you don’t make any effort to share your happiness and sorrow with others. A. when B. unless C. once D. though
17. Over the past six years since Windows 7 ____, Microsoft has made its PC operating system far more powerful and user-friendly by packing it with smart phone-like features. A. has been released released 18. People want their representatives to be not only faithful conveyers of their concerns, they want them to present ____ opinions on ways to improve people’s livelihoods. A. sensitive sensible 19. “____ to Michelle and having two beautiful girls in my house never allows me to look down upon women,” said Obama. A. Marrying Married 20. —Why are you crying? Today is your birthday! —____. I am so excited with so many friends surrounding me. A. Don’t mention it C. None of your business B. Just can’t help it D. That’s all right B. Having married C. Being married D. B. available C. reliable D. B. had been released C. was released D. is
第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 21—40 题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、D）中，选出 最佳选项，并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 I woke up with a painful back this morning. This was not unusual, since my back has given me problems for years, but today no __21__ or moving would loosen it up. Still, l had five dogs waiting __22__ by the door to go out for their morning walk as usual, so I slowly bent down and started to pull my shoes on. When I did, __23__,
I saw that my shoes, like my body, were showing __24__ of wear. From the split in one shoe, I knew that it wouldn’t be too long __25__ I had to replace this pair. I only wished I could replace my back along with them. Later, after __26__ the dogs, watching the sunrise and eating breakfast, I was feeling a lot __27__ inside. My back pain had __28__ too, and my smile had returned. It was then __29__ I remembered a letter a friend had sent me recently. Inside, she had posted a __30__ picture of an old, worn-out pair of work boots, sitting on the ground. Their leather was __31__ and their laces were worn, but they still looked __32__, because inside, someone had planted a beautiful bunch of flowers. The flowers had grown tall and strong, __33__ their curious container. This picture reminded me again that __34__ my body might have felt like a worn-out pair of shoes at times, inside it was a __35__ that continued to grow every day in love, peace and happiness. At some point in your life you need to __36__ who you really are. Are you the body that __37__ older every day, or are you the soul within it that remains forever __38__? One day the loving spirit within you will have to __39__ out of its worn-out pair of shoes and walk on __40__ them. May it bless everyone it meets along the way, heading for its Heavenly Home. 21. A. practicing 22. A. hopefully thankfully 23. A. therefore besides 24. A. symbols 25. A. since when 26. A. searching 27. A. tense worse 28. A. faded failed B. swallowed C. lost D. B. pulling B. pain C. walking C. better D. driving D. B. signals B. before C. signs C. until D. marks D. B. still C. though D. B. shaking B. patiently C. jumping C. stressfully D. stretching D.
29. A. when 30. A. strange 31. A. cracked 32. A. normal 33. A. in terms of spite of 34. A. where 35. A. soul wish. 36. A. describe 37. A. seems 38. A. young 39. A. start put 40. A. under without
B. that B. useful B. covered B. useful B. in honor of
C. while C. moving C. processed C. different C. in view of
D. if D. delightful D. decorated D. great D. in
B. while B. mind
C. which C. hope
D. since D.
B. decide B. looks B. mature B. step
C. display C. grows C strong C. make
D. dismiss D. keeps D. weak D.
第二部分：阅读理解（第一节 20 小题，第二节 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 50 分） 第一节：阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（ A、B、C、D）中，选出最佳选项，并在答 题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A In many American schools the holiday celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday is used as an opportunity to teach children about his life and legacy. But in too many of those same schools, Black children’s extraordinary talents are still being wasted today. Nearly three-quarters of Black fourth and eighth grade public school students cannot read or compute at grade level. Black students made up only 18 percent of students in public schools in 2009-2010 but were 40 percent of students who received one or more out-of-school suspensions (暂被停学). A Black public school student is suspended every four seconds. Black students are more than twice as likely to drop out of school as White students. Each school day 763 Black high school students drop out.
So I applaud the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice for their recent action to address harmful school discipline policies that push so many thousands of black children out of school each year and into the juvenile (青少年) justice and adult prison pipeline. If the education system is to do its part in replacing it with a cradle to college, career and success pipeline, we must end the current practice where children in the greatest need are suspended from school mostly for nonviolent offenses. These resources, officially known as “guidance,” will help schools and districts meet their legal responsibility to protect students from discrimination (歧视) on the basis of race, color or national origin as required under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. As we recognize the 50 anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and so many other important hard-won victories in the Civil Rights Movement this year, we must remember those victories could be lost without meaningful enforcement of the laws advocates fought so hard to win half a century ago. While the guidance does not prohibit (禁止) schools or districts from using any particular nondiscriminatory policy, it does call into question some policies that have historically excluded Black students and are of questionable educational value including “zero tolerance” discipline policies which require mandatory (强制的) consequences for certain infractions (违反), and policies that prevent students from returning to school after completion of a court sentence. Information of the new guidance recommendations is available at this government website for almost every school and district in the country. Check your own school district now to see whether the discipline policy is focused on creating a positive school climate and preventing misbehavior, whether consequences are clear, appropriate and consistent, and whether there is a commitment to fairness in the application of discipline. 41. What does the first paragraph mainly talk about? A. Life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. B. Unsatisfactory situation of Black students’ education. C. The percentage of Black students dropping out of school.
D. The holiday celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. 42. The guidance issued by the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice may ____. A. punish Black children for dropping out of school B. push thousands of Black children out of school each year C. protect Black children from being suspended for nonviolent offenses D. prevent Black children from coming back to school after a court sentence 43. According to the passage, the “zero tolerance” discipline policies ____. A. have questionable consequences B. are prohibited by the guidance C. prevent Black children from being absent from school D. were considered discriminatory when they were released 44. What is the author’s attitude toward these “guidance”? A. negative indifferent 45. Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A. Suggestions on the Civil Rights Act Movement C. Criticism of the Education System Discipline B D. Steps Forward on School B. Victories in the Civil Rights B. optimistic C. approval D.
The following are four resumes (简历) of four persons.
Hannah Oyler Objective newspaper. Notable Achievements 21 Balsom St Ventura, CA 94120 (613)555–7236 To obtain a position as a photographer for a major metropolitan (大都市的)
Time Magazine, Top Photos of the Year 1999 for California Wildfire
Banaker; Excellence in Photography Fellowship, 1995. Experience
Ventura County Times Staff photographer, 1996—Present,
Regular coverage included: Sports, Lifestyle, & Metro. Successfully met tight
Los Angeles Times Summer Intern, 1995 & 1996,
Assisted lead sports photographer. Gained valuable knowledge of function and limitations of various types of cameras, lenses, and films. Education University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; B.A., Photography, 1996
Thomas Stanley Objective Experience
817 Park Ave Seattle, WA 98023 (614)555–0283
Legal Aid Practitioner. Johnson Industries International Legal Counsel, 1998 to Present
Acted as the in-house lawyer for the company, and was responsible for providing legal support for all company operations. Instrumental in establishing written company policies and training materials with respect to international trading laws and regulations, and general commercial practices. Provided prompt, efficient and practical legal advice to support to a busy, demanding clientele of traders. Education Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA; B.A., Law, 1998
Kathy Lorentz Objective
608 Lincoln Ave Mobile, AL 36513
To obtain a managerial position that will allow me to utilize my knowledge
and experience to increase profit margins, productivity and quality. Summary Accomplished Project Manager with more than ten years experience. Proven
ability to design and implement (实施) effective strategies, develop new products, and manage resources to produce profit. Proven ability to streamline (精简) processes and increase productivity. Experience In Tech Corporation, Mobile, AL Project Manager, 1995 to Present
Worked with customers / potentials on development of product designs, tooling concepts, manufacturing methods, and costing for custom molded component applications. Directly supervised technical team of 3–5 project engineers responsible for new mold and molding systems implementation. Education Jackson University, Tampa, FL; M.B.A., Business Administration, 1992
Gary Wilson Objective
809 West Cayuga St Philadelphia, PA 19037 (813)555–6026 Position as a Nurse of Health Care Provider. St. Mark’s Hospital, Philadelphia, PA; Surgical Nurse, 1994 to
Employment History Present
Served as a staff surgical nurse. Provided health care checks for a diverse population. Performed blood pressure tests for community health outreach programs, provided a wide range of services including women’s health clinic services and care for elderly patients. Licenses Education R.N. – American Medical Association. University of Scranton, Scranton, PA; B.S., Nursing, 1994 Monroe County Medical Society; Pennsylvania Nursing
Professional Affiliations Association
46. From the four resumes, we know that ____. A. Kathy knows much about different photographic equipment B. Thomas works in Johnson Industries International at present C. Gary graduated as an M.B.A. in Business Administration D. Hannah majored in photography at University of Scranton 47. A company which needs someone to take charge of the research and development department can dial ____. A. (613)555–7236 (813)555–6026 48. All of the following are included in the resumes EXCEPT ____. A. working experience C. salary expectation B. contact information D. educational background B. (614)555–0283 C. (623)555–8237 D.
49. According to the passage, what do the four persons have in common? A. They have been in their present jobs for at least 20 years. B. Each is living in the same state where his university lies.
C. They took their present jobs soon after they left university. D. They want to obtain a position that is related to their majors. C The closest known relative of the ancestors of limbed (肢体) animals such as humans may have evolved the foundation for back legs even before the move to land, researchers say. This ancestor may have even been able to walk underwater, they add. These findings reveal that a key step in the evolution of back limbs happened in fish, challenging previous theories that such appendages (附肢) evolved only after the move to land. Scientists investigated fossils (化石) of a 375-million-year-old fish known as Tiktaalik, discovered in 2004 in northern Canada’s Ellesmere Island. Possessing a broad flat head and sharp teeth, Tiktaalik resembled (与??相像) a cross between a fish and a crocodile, growing to a length of 9 feet (2.7 meters) as it hunted for its food in shallow freshwater. This ancient creature was undoubtedly a fish. However, it also had features seen in modern tetrapods (四足动物). This ancient fish had large forefins and shoulders, elbows and partial wrists, enabling it to support itself on ground. This makes it the best-known example of a link between finned (鳍) animals and limbed animals marking the evolutionary change from water to land for creatures with backbones. Previous analyses of other fossils dating from the water-land change found their back appendages were small and weak compared with their front appendages. This suggested the earliest ancestors of tetrapods perhaps had a “front-wheel drive” form of movement that depended more on their front limbs, and that a “four-wheel drive” form of movement with strong hips and back limbs only developed after tetrapods evolved. Until now, the only fossils of Tiktaalik researchers had examined were of its front parts. To find out more about the fish, researchers investigated additional blocks of rock recovered from the dig site where Tiktaalik was discovered. Although some of these blocks were first dug in 2004, researchers did not look at them more closely until recently, mainly because the blocks did not seem to contain much bone.
Moreover, it took years to carefully and properly remove the rock surrounding the fragile fossils. The scientists discovered the back part of Tiktaalik. This made a direct comparison of the front and back appendages of the animal possible. Unexpectedly, the researchers found Tiktaalik had big, strong pelvic (胃盆) bones with similarities to early tetrapods. “I was expecting to find a diminutive back fin and pelvis,” study lead author Neil Shubin, a paleontologist at the University of Chicago, told LiveScience. “Seeing the huge pelvis set me back a bit-I looked at it again and again, because I was quite surprised.” Shubin cautioned that Tiktaalik is not the ancestor of all limbed vertebrates. It is currently the closest known relative, “but not the only, direct ancestor,” he said. “It is more like our closest cousin.” 50. According to the passage, previous findings show that ____. A. the evolution of back limbs happened under the water B. the ancestors of limbed animals could walk underwater C. the back legs of limbed animals evolved after the transition to living on land D. tetrapods had a “four-wheel drive” form of movement before they evolved
51. Scientists think the findings of Tiktaalik are significant because ____. A. Tiktaalik is the earliest fish living on the earth B. Tiktaalik fills a gap between fish and limbed animals C. Tiktaalik is the only closest known relative of limbed animals D. Tiktaalik gives them a chance to compare the front and back limbs 52. Why didn’t the researchers examine the fossils of the back part of Tiktaalik many years ago? A. Because the blocks contained too much bone of Tiktaalik. B. Because Tiktaalik is not the ancestor of all limbed animals. C. Because the research of fossils is a slow and time-consuming process. D. Because the fossils were discovered in northern Canada’s Ellesmere Island.
53. What does the underlined word “diminutive” in Paragraph 8 mean? A. Unique. B. Complete. C. Flexible. D. Small.
54. Which of the following might be the best title? A. Ancient Fish with Legs, Tiktaalik C. The Earliest Ancestor of Tetrapods D We have all heard the expression: “Remember to stop and smell the roses.” But, how often do we really take time out of our hectic fast-paced lives to notice the world around us? I am as guilty as anyone of tuning out the world in this manner, especially when I am driving on California’s overcrowded streets. A short time ago, however, I witnessed an event that showed me how being wrapped up in my own little world has kept me from being fully aware of the bigger world picture around me. I was driving to a business appointment and, as usual, I was planning in my mind what I was going to say. I came to a very busy crossroads where the stoplight had just turned red. “All right,” I thought to myself, “I can beat the next light if I race ahead of the pack.” My mind and car were in auto pilot, ready to go when suddenly my trance was broken by an unforgettable sight. A young couple, both blind, were walking arm-in-arm across this busy crossroads with cars whizzing by in every direction. The man was holding the hand of a little boy, while the woman was clutching a baby sling to her chest, obviously carrying a child. Each of them had a white cane extended, searching for clues to navigate them across the crossroads. Initially I was moved. They were overcoming what I felt was one of the most feared handicaps — blindness. “Wouldn’t it be terrible to be blind?” I thought. Without realizing the danger they were in, they were walking right the path of oncoming cars. I was frightened for them because I didn’t know if the other drivers understood what was happening. As I watched from the front line of traffic (I had the best seat in the house), I saw a miracle unfold before my eyes. Every car in every direction came to a simultaneous stop. I never heard the screech of brakes or even the peep of a car horn. B. The Evolution of Back Limbs D. A Key Step in the Evolution
Nobody even yelled, “Get out of the way!” Everything froze. In that moment, time seemed to stand still for this family. Amazed, I looked at the cars around me to verify that we were all seeing the same thing, I noticed that everyone’s attention was also fixed on the couple. Never skipping a beat, the couple adjusted their course as they followed the coaching. Trusting their white canes and the calls from some concerned citizens, they made it to the other side of the road. As they arrived at the curb, one thing struck me — they were still arm-in-arm. I was taken aback by the emotionless expressions on their faces and judged that they had no idea what was really going on around them. Yet I immediately sensed the sighs of relief exhaled by everyone stopped at that intersection. As I glanced into the cars around me, the driver on my right was mouthing the words “oh, did you see that?!” The driver to the left of me was saying, “I can’t believe it!” I think all of us were deeply moved by what we had just witnessed. Here were human beings stepping outside themselves for a moment to help four people in need. I have reflected back on this situation many times since it happened and have learned several powerful lessons from it. Take time to look around and really see what is going on in front of you right now. Do this and you will realize that this moment is all there is, more importantly, this moment is all that you have to make a difference in life. As I drove away from that busy intersection, I did so with more awareness of life and compassion for others than I had arrived there with. Since then I have made the decision to really see life as I go about my daily activities and use my God-given talents to help others less fortunate. Do yourself a favor as you walk through life: Slow down and take the time to really see. Take a moment to see what is going on around you right now, right where you are. You may be missing something wonderful. 55. Which of the following words can best describe the author’s feelings when seeing the blind cross the street? A. Relieved; Guilty; Nervous B. Amazed; Nervous; Guilty
C. Frightened; Moved; Relieved
D. Frightened; Regretful; Relieved
56. Why did the author often reflect back on the scene? A. He wanted to stop and smell the rose again. lessons from it. C. The scene left a great impression on him. street without assistance. 57. By saying “Remember to stop and smell the roses”, the author intends to ____. A. indicate he is busy C. notice the world around B. make himself relaxed D. find the beauty of life D. The couple crossed the B. He learned powerful
58. What do the underlined “human beings” in the passage refer to? A. The couple. Strangers. 59. From the story, we can draw a conclusion that ____. A. joint efforts do make a difference fashion C. drivers observe the social order strictly life despite difficulties 60. What is the author’s purpose of writing this passage? A. To call on people to give a hand when necessary. B. To tell a story about the blind man crossing crossroads. C. To remind drivers to drive slowly for their own safety. D. To persuade people to enjoy a wonderful moment in life. D. the blind live a happy B. good manners never go out of B. Friends. C. The drivers. D.
第二节：下面文章有 5 处（第 61—65 题）需要添加小标题。请从以下选项（A、B、C、D、E 和 F）中选出符合各段意思的小标题，并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是 多余选项。 A. Suggestions on having
interviews B. Be yourself
C. Listen before talking D. Use your eyes and smile E. Focus your energy F. Qualities of good
communication 61. ________ Good communication is vital in modern society. We know that much of the communication is unspoken. Consciously or unconsciously, we show our true feelings with our eyes, faces, bodies and attitudes. Your good qualities can make good communication. The personal qualities include physical appearance, energy, rate of speech, pitch and tone of voice, gestures, expressiveness of eyes, and the ability to hold the interest of others. What should we do so that our communication will be effective? Here are my suggestions. 62. ________ Firstly, the trick is to be consistently you, at your best. The most effective people never change character from one situation to another. They’re the same whether they’re having a conversation with their close friends, addressing their garden club or being interviewed for a job. They communicate with their whole being. 63. ________ Secondly, whether you’re talking to one person or one hundred, always remember to look at them. Don’t break eye contact while talking. As you enter a room, move your eyes comfortably, and then look directly at those in the room and smile. This shows clearly that you are at ease. Smiling is important. The best type of smile and eye contact is gentle and comfortable, not force. 64. ________ You should also absorb other people before showing yourself. You can’t learn anything when you talk. When you attend a meeting, a party or an interview, don’t immediately start throwing your opinions. Stop for a second. Absorb what’s going on. What’s the mood of the others—are they down, up, happy, expectant? Are they
eager to learn from you, or do they show resistance? If you can sense what’s happening with others, you will be better able to reach them. So, listen before you talk. 65. ________ How do you get your energy up? Before the meeting, collect your thoughts about the goal of the meeting — yours and the other’s. Once you go through the doorway, no longer think about yourself. Focus on the person you are meeting to find out what he is interested in. Properly collected energy comes across when we sincerely believe something. When you speak with energy, you are involved with your audience and your message. You create an air of certainty. The audience may disagree with you, but they can’t question your belief.
非选择题部分（共 40 分） 第三部分：写作（共两小节，满分 40 分） 第一节：短文改错（满分 10 分） 下面文中共有 10 处语言错误，要求你在错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（∧） ，并在该句下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2. 只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。 例如： It was very nice to get your invitation to spend ∧ weekend with you. the Luckily I was completely free then, so I’ll to say “yes”. I’ll arrive i n am around 8 p.m. in Friday evening. on Several days ago when I went shopping in New York I saw an old woman crossed B r i s t o l a t
the street with a heavy bag in her hand. At that moment, the American boy was standing nearby. I thought the boy will help the old lady, and to my surprise, he did nothing. This seemed very strangely to me. Later my roommate explained the boy behavior to me. Americans place emphasis to independence. If the boy offered to help her, the old woman would have felt that she had been considered old and weak. What the boy did it allowed her to keep her independence, that was more important to her than the discomfort of carrying a heavy load. 第二节：书面表达（满分 30 分） 假设你是学校优秀社团 English Club 的负责人，为了招收新社员，请你给校报写一篇 100—120 字的文章，包含以下要点： 1. 介绍本社团； 2. 参加本社团的意义和好处； 3. 如何加入本社团。 注意：文章的标题已给出，不计入总字数。 Welcome to Our Club ________________________________________________________________________________ _ _ _ _ _
参考答案 第一部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节：单项填空（共 20 小题； 每小题 0.5 分，满分 10 分） 1—5 ACBDA 6—10 CBDBD 11—15 AABCD 16—20 ACDCB
第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 21—25 DBCCB 26—30 CCABD 31—35 ADDBA 36—40 BCABD
第二部分：阅读理解（第一节 20 小题，第二节 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 50 分） 41—45 BCACD 61－65 FBDCE 第三部分：写作（共两小节，满分 40 分） 第一节：短文改错（满分 10 分） Several days ago when I went shopping in New York I saw an old woman crossed t h e s t r e e t w i crossing a heavy bag in her hand. At that moment, the American boy was standing nearby. I thought t h e b an would help the old lady, and to my surprise, he did nothing. This seemed very strangely to me. but strange o y w i l l t h 46—49 BCCD 50-54 CBCDA 55—60 CCDCAD
Later my roommate explained the boy behavior to me. Americans place emphasis t boy’s on independence. If the boy∧offered to help her, the old woman would have felt that s h e had considered old and weak. What the boy did it allowed her to keep her independence, t h a t w a s h a d b e e n o
which more important to her than the discomfort of carrying a heavy load. 第二节：书面表达（满分 30 分） Welcome to Our Club Featuring wide participation and good reputation, English Club is one of the most popular clubs in our school. Different activities related to English learning are organized on a regular basis, including an annual English speaking contest and an English play competition. Attending our club has substantial advantages. It can help you to possess self-confidence, enrich your extra curricula activities and make your campus life dimensional, colorful and vigorous. To sum up, the experiences in our club will be extraordinarily unforgettable throughout your life. Students who are interested in taking part in it may sign up with the monitor of their classes before Tuesday next week. Everybody is welcome to attend our club.