天津市耀华中学 2016 届高三年级第二次月考 英 语 试 卷
(本试卷考试时间 120 分钟,总分 150 分） 本试卷共分为两部分：第 I 卷和第 II 卷 将 I 卷的选择题填涂到答题卡上；II 卷的答案写在答题纸上 I 卷 (满分 115 分) I. 听力（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分；满分 20 分） 第一节 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中
所给的 A,B,C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What will the man go to London to do? A. Attend a meeting. B. Go sightseeing. C. Visit someone. 2. What’s wrong with the man’s alarm clock? A. It doesn’t work well. B. It tells wrong time. C. It rings all the time. 3. What’s the man’s nationality? A. Canadian. B. British. C. American. 4. What’s the weather going to be like tomorrow? A. Cloudy. B. Rainy. C. Sunny. 5. What is the man going to do first after school today? A. Play basketball. B. Study at the library. C. Go home. 第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A,B,C 三个 选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6~7 题。 6. What can we know about Peter? A. He has just got married. B. He met his girlfriend unexpectedly. C. He has returned home from abroad. 7. What will the man go to Pairs for? A. Business. B. Sightseeing. C. Honeymoon. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8~10 题。 8. How did the man break the traffic rule? A. He didn’t wear a seat belt. B. He sped in a speed-limited zone. C. He didn’t stop at the crossing.
9. What did the man do to avoid punishment? A. He made an apology. B. He admitted his mistakes. C. He tried to establish a relationship. 10. How was the man dealt with in the end? A. He received no punishment.
B. He was fined by the woman. C. He couldn’t drive any more. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11~13 题。 11. What day is it today? A. Monday. B. Thursday. 12. What does the woman plan to do on Saturday evening? A. Clean the house. B. Help Julie with her science project. C. Read her history assignment. 13. What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers? A. Husband and wife. B. Friends. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14~16 题。 14. How much did the man pay to mail his parcel? A. 140 yuan. B. 410 yuan. 15. Which country did the man want to mail his parcel to? A. America. B. Australia. 16. Why should the man fill in his true name? A. His parcel can be returned when something is wrong. B. His friend will know who mailed the parcel. C. It can save some money. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17~20 题。 17. Where was the woman traveling? A. In Asia. B. In Africa. 18. What was the weather like that night? A. Very hot. B. Very cool. 19. Why were they worried about leaving the windows open? A. They were afraid they would catch a cold. B. They were worried their things would be stolen. C. It was not a custom of that area. 20. Who crashed into the pots and pans? A. Her husband. B. A thief.
C. Doctor and patient.
C. 41 yuan. C. Austria.
C. In Europe. C. Rainy.
II. 单项选择 （共 15 小题；每小题 1 分；满分 15 分） 21. --- It seems that Westerners seldom give their friends financial help. --- Maybe. For them ______ friendship is mostly ______ matter of providing emotional support and spending time together. A. /; the B. the; a C. /; a D. a; the 22. --- How do you find the concert in the Beijing Grand Theatre last night? --- ______. But the conductor was perfect. A. I couldn’t agree more B. I don’t think much of it C. I was crazy about it D. I really like it 23. I have to reschedule the appointment with you since there is a ______ in my arrangement. A. contract B. contrast C. connection D. conflict 24. Last week I took part in the Civil Service Admission Examination, for which I ______ for nearly three months.
A. had prepared B. have prepared C. was preparing D. would prepare 25. A small car is big enough for a family of three ______ you need more space for baggage.? A. once B. because C. if D. unless 26. --- When shall we meet your cousin at the airport? --- His plane took off two hours ago, and it ______ arrive at five o’clock. A. could B. should C. must D. can 27. He has set us a good example by serving people heart and soul, ______ his personal gain and loss. A. in terms of B. regardless of C. in favor of D. by means of 28. Country life gives me peace and quiet, which is ____ I can’t enjoy while living in a big city. A. that B. where C. why D. what 29. Traditionally, the church and the pub are the heart of any village or town in Britain, ______ the local people gather together to socialize and exchange news. A. which B. when C. where D. whose 30. There are many sayings in English urging us to be ______. For example, “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket,” and “Don’t count your chickens before they are hatched.” A. ambitious B. cautious C. merciful D. punctual 31. Realizing he had wasted much of his precious time, the boy decided to work hard to _____ his lost time. A. make up for B. keep up with C. catch up with D. make use of 32. His essay, ______ many times, was brief and to the point and therefore won the first prize in the writing competition. A. polishing up B. having polished up C. to be polished up D. having been polished up 33. The old couple have been married for 40 years and never once ______ with each other. A. they had quarreled B. they have quarreled C. had they quarreled D. have they quarreled 34. Don’t be angry with us. We ______ with you together, but we were busy with our final reports when you called in. A. would eat out B. must have eaten out C. should eat out D. could have eaten out 35. --- Are you going to take part in the speech contest? --- ______ It’s too good an opportunity to miss. A. No problem! B. That’s for sure. C. Why me? D. Why bother? III. 完形填空 (共 20 小题; 每小题 1.5 分; 满分 30 分) My l4-year-old son, John, and I spotted the coat which was hanging at a secondhand clothing store in Northampton Mass. While the other coats drooped (低垂), this one looked as if it were 36 . The coat had beautiful tailoring, a Fifth Avenue label and a(an) 37 price of $28, which was popular just then with 38 , but could cost several hundred dollars new. This coat was even better, bearing (具有) that 39 of classic elegance. John tried it on and the fit was perfect. John 40 the coat to school the next day and came home wearing a big smile “Did the kids like your coat?” I asked. “They loved it,” he said, 41 folding it over the back of a chair and smoothing it flat. Over the next few weeks, a 42 came over John. Agreement replaced
contrariness (作对) and reasoned discussion replaced fierce 43 . He became more mannerly and 44 , eager to please. He would generously lend his younger brother his tapes and lecture him 45 his behavior. When I mentioned this incident to his teacher and 46 what caused the changes, she said laughing. “It 47 be his coat!” Another teacher told him she was giving him a good 48 not only because he had earned 49 but because she liked his coat. At the library, we ran into a friend. “Could this be John?” he asked surprisingly, 50 John’s new height, assessing the cut of his coat and extending his hand, one gentleman to another. John and I both know we should never 51 a person’s clothes for the real person within them. 52 there is something to be said for wearing a standard of excellence for the world to see and for 53 what is on the inside to what is on the outside. For John it is a time when it is as easy to try on different approaches to 54 as it is to try on a coat. The whole world, the whole future is stretched out ahead, a vast landscape 55 all the doors are open. And he could picture himself walking through those doors wearing his wonderful, magical coat. 36. A. turning itself up B. holding itself up C. showing itself up D. hanging itself up 37. A. unreasonable B. expected C. unbelievable D. acceptable 38. A. teenagers B. adults C. women D. strangers 39. A. color B. price C. style D. size 40. A. sent B. carried C. lent D. wore 41. A. casually B. comfortably C. carefully D. quickly 42. A. happiness B. change C. smile D. matter 43. A. doubt B. fight C. argument D. war 44. A. thoughtful B. handsome C. hopeful D. curious 45. A. of B. on C. with D. at 46. A. wondered B. confirmed C. concluded D. discovered 47. A. can B. must C. will D. should 48. A. present B. mark C. word D. result 49. A. this B. them C. it D. one 50. A. looking up at B. looking down to C. checking up D. taking up 51. A. trust B. mistake C. exchange D. regard 52. A. But B. Though C. Since D. So 53. A. attaching B. connecting C. relating D. matching 54. A. career B. life C. study D. success 55. A. where B. why C. how D. when IV. 阅读理解 (共 20 小题；每小题 2.5 分; 满分 50 分) A Becoming a teacher is one of the best ways to make a difference in the life of a child and even older students. Here are some great scholarships and grant (奖学金, 助学金) opportunities to get the ball rolling on your dreams of becoming a teacher. Straightforward Teacher Program This is one of the most popular and unique scholarships available for students working towards becoming teachers. The foundation offers their scholarships every three months as opposed to each
year. During each payment, four students receive a $500 scholarship. Prezell Robinson Scholarship Program While this scholarship is available only to students in the state of North Carolina, it is so incredibly helpful that many students choose to study in the state for the only purpose of receiving it. It is offered to college students who come from low-income high schools or families that are interested in pursuing a long term career in education at any level. New York State Scholarship Program Officials in the state of New York founded this program to award students who want to give back to their community through their ability to teach. The catch for this scholarship is that the students must be pursuing a teaching career in mathematics or science at the secondary level. Also, because the program was designed to improve the education system in New York, the candidates must sign a service contract agreeing to work full time within the state for at least five years after graduation. Coca-Cola Scholarships You may have many opportunities for grants and scholarships through The Coca Cola Foundation. There is the Coca Cola Teaching Foundation that will provide free money for students pursuing an education in the teaching field. This is the most obvious for teachers, but do not be afraid to check out their other offers. Funds For Teachers Not all scholarships or grants are for students entering or already in college. The Funds for Teachers scholarships are for graduates who are already working in the field, but want to improve their possibilities, skills and education in an effort to increase their ability to teach the students that cross their path more effectively. Teachers in PreK through 12th grade are applicable (适用的) no matter where they teach or what subject they specialize in. 56. How many students get their scholarships each year according to the Straightforward Teacher Program ? A. Four B. Sixteen C. Eight D. Six 57. The reason why many students choose to study in the state of North Carolina is that _____. A. They can pursue a long term career in education B. There are some good universities in North Carolina C. They can receive Prezell Robinson Scholarship D. They can go to college easily 58. Which scholarship goes to the student who must be a science or math teacher after graduation? A. Coca-Cola Scholarships B. New York State Scholarship C. Prezell Robinson Scholarship D. Straightforward Scholarship 59. Who will get the Funds For Teachers scholarship? A. All the students B. The students who are working as teachers C. All the science teachers D. The college graduates teaching in PreK 60. What is the best title of the passage? A. Dreams of Becoming a Teacher B. Teaching Scholarships and Grants C. Five Scholarships for Teachers D. Five Scholarships for Students B We all, at one time or another, have pretended to be a rock star, singing and dancing along to
our favorite song. Most of us have done this in the privacy of our own room when we were kids and as adults, in the privacy of our homes. Me? I love to do that when I drive! I turn on the radio, find a song that I can sing along too and pretty soon my arms are in the air and I am moving along to the rhythm. Most of the time, I do this on my way to work. Yes, that is true. I will be in my nice work clothes, jamming while driving or stopping at a traffic light. I get weird looks from some people and others laugh. Personally, I love to get lost in the rhythm of a song which leads me to share with you the importance of being silly! The definition for the word silly, according to the dictionary is: stupid, foolish and nonsensical. I know many people do not want to look foolish. So they walk around all serious, which in all honesty, is foolish! No one is perfect, I repeat: no one is perfect. I don’t care how educated, how thin, how beautiful, how simple, how frugal (节俭的), how rich, and so on… No one is perfect! So why pretend to be something you are not? Life is so short… You never know when this beautiful journey will be over, so why waste a single second on being so full of rigidity (呆板)? Here is a quote by Souza, that I think says it all and is a great recipe for life: “Dance as though no one is watching you Love as though you have never been hurt before Sing as though no one can hear you Live as though heaven is on earth” When we were kids, we had no idea of what limitations were and we had no care in the world so we could do things without worrying about how we appeared to others. However, as we grew up, we lost that childlike innocence. So don’t lose the child that still lives within you. The next time you feel down, go turn on your favorite song, and sing and dance along like there is no tomorrow. Or watch something that makes you laugh. Laughter is the best medicine to whatever ails (使…痛苦) you and nothing is better than laughing so hard that your tummy (肚子) hurts. Trust me, you will feel a whole lot better, and who doesn’t want to feel good? 61. According to the passage, what does the writer usually do? A. He pretends to be a rock star. B. He dances in his own home. C. He sings songs while going to work. D. He gets jammed on his way to work. 62. What do other people think of the writer? A. They think that the writer is strange. B. They look down upon the writer. C. They believe that the writer is lonely. D. No one is interested in the writer. 63. What is the writer’s opinion about the people who look very serious? A. They are honest. B. They are silly. C. They are perfect. D. They are educated. 64. The writer quotes Souza to show that ________. A. life is a beautiful journey B. life is full of rigidity C. life is like a great recipe D. life is to be treasured 65. The underlined part “the child” in the last paragraph probably refers to ________. A. the writer B. any child C. the feeling of being a child D. the time of being a child
C People have wondered for a long time how their personalities and behaviors are formed. It’s not easy to explain why one person is intelligent and another is not, or why one is cooperative and another is competitive. Social scientists are, of course, extremely interested in these types of question. They want to explain why we possess certain characteristics and exhibit certain behaviors. There are no clear answers yet, but two distinct schools of thought on the matter have developed. As one might expect, the two approaches are very different from each other, and there is a great deal of debate between proponents of each theory. The argument is often conveniently referred to as nature vs. nurture (教 养). Those who support the “nature” side of the conflict believe that our personalities and behavior patterns are largely determined by biological and genetic factors. That our environment has little, if anything, to do with our abilities, characteristics and behavior is central to this theory. Taken to an extreme, this theory maintains that our behavior is predetermined to such a great degree that we are almost completely governed by our instincts (本能). Proponents of the “nurture” theory, or, as they are often called, behaviorists, claim that our environment is more important than our biologically based instincts in determining how we will act. Behaviorists see humans as beings whose behavior is almost completely shaped by their surroundings. Their view of the human being is quite mechanistic (机械作用的); they maintain that, like machines, humans respond to environmental stimuli (something that helps sb./sth. to develop better and more quickly) as the basis of their behavior. The social and political connections of these two theories are significant. In the United States, for example, blacks often score below whites on standardized intelligent test. This leads some “nature” proponents to conclude that blacks are genetically worse than whites. Behaviorists, in contrast, say that the differences in scores are due to the fact that blacks are often robbed of many of the educational and other environmental advantages that whites enjoy, and that, as a result, they do not develop the same responses that whites do. Neither of these theories can yet fully explain human behavior. In fact, it is quite likely that the key to our behavior lies somewhere between these two extremes. That the argument will continue for a long time is certain. 66. The author is mainly concerned about solving the problem ________. A. why our personalities and behaviors differ B. what makes different stages of intelligence C. how social scientists form different theories D. what causes the “nature / nurture” argument
67. The underlined word “proponents” can best be replaced by ________. A. approaches B. advocates C. principles D. characters 68. Which of the following statements may be supported by the “nature” school? A. We are born with certain personalities and behaviors. B. Environment has nothing to do with our personalities. C. Abilities and characteristics are showed by behaviors.
D. Only extreme behaviors are determined by instincts. 69. What can we learn about the behaviorists? A. They believe human beings are mechanical. B. They compare our behaviors to the machines. C. They suggest that we react to the environment as the machines do. D. They agree that the mechanistic theory can be applied on us as well. 70. The “nature” theorists believe that the black’s low scores ________. A. are the result of the educational disadvantages B. are a display of the blacks’ poor intelligence C. have nothing to do with their true intelligence D. have nothing to do with factors but heredity (遗传) D We once had a poster competition in our fifth grade art class. “You could win prizes”, our teacher told us as she wrote the poster information on the blackboard. She passed out sheets of construction paper (绘图纸) while continuing, “The first prize is ten dollars. You just have to make sure that the words on the blackboard appear somewhere on your poster.” We studied the board critically. Some of us looked with one eye and held up certain colors against the blackboard, rocking the sheets to the right or left while we conjured up our designs. Others twisted their hair around their fingers or chewed their erasers while deep in thought. We had plans for that ten-dollar grand prize, each and every one of us. I’m going to spend mine on candies, one hopefully would announce, while another practiced looking serious, wise and rich. Everyone in the class made a poster. Some of us used parts of those fancy paper napkins, while others used nothing but colored construction paper. Some of us used big designs, and some of us preferred to gather our art tidily down in one corner of our poster and let the space draw the viewer’s attention to it. Some of us would wander past the good students’ desks and then return to our own projects with a growing sense of hopelessness. It was yet another grown-up trick of the sort they seemed especially fond of, making all of us believe we had a fair chance, and then always rewarding the same old winners. I believe I drew a sailboat，but I can’t say that with any certainty. I made it. I admired it. I determined it to be the very best of all of the posters I had seen, and then I turned it in. Minutes passed. No one came along to give me the grand prize, and then someone distracted me，and I probably never would have thought about that poster again. I was still sitting at my desk, thinking, “What poster?” When the teacher gave me an envelope with a ten-dollar bill in it and everyone in the class applauded for me. 71. What was the teacher’s requirement for the poster? A. It must appear in time. B. It must be done in class. C. It must be done on a construction sheet. D. It must include the words on the blackboard. 72. The underlined phrase “conjured up” in paragraph 3 most probably means ________. A. formed an idea for B. made an outline for C. made some space for D. chose some colors for
73. After the teacher’s words，all the students in the class ________. A. looked very serious B. thought they would be rich C. began to think about their designs D. began to play games 74. After seeing the good students’ designs, some students ________. A. loved their own designs more B. thought they had a fair chance C. put their own designs in a corner D. thought they would not win the prize 75. We can infer from the passage that the author ________. A. enjoyed grown—up tricks very much B. loved poster competitions very much C. felt surprised to win the competition D. became wise and rich after the competition
II 卷 （满分 35 分） V. 阅读表达 (共 5 小题；每小题 2 分; 满分 10 分) When you get in your car, you reach for it. When you’re at work, you take a break to have a moment alone with it. When you get into a lift, you play with it. Cigarette? Cup of coffee? No, it’s the third most addictive thing in modern life: the cell phone. And experts say it is becoming more difficult for many people to control their longing to hug it more tightly than most of their personal relationships. The costs are becoming more and more evident, and I don’t mean just the monthly bill. Dr. Chris Knippers, a counselor at the Betty Ford Center in Southern California, reports that the overuse of cell phones has become a social problem not much different from other harmful addictions: a barrier to one-on-one personal contact, and all escape from reality. Sounds extreme, but we’ve all witnessed the evidence: The person at a restaurant who talks on the phone through an entire meal, ignoring his kids around the table; the woman who talks on the phone in the car, ignoring her husband; the teen who texts messages all the way home from school, avoiding contact with kids all around him. Jim Williams, an industrial sociologist based in Massachusetts, notes that cell-phone addiction is part of a set of symptoms in a widening gulf of personal separation. He points to a study by Duke University researchers that found one-quarter of Americans say they have no one to discuss their most important personal business with. Despite the growing use of phones, e-mail and instant
messaging, in other words, Williams says studies show that we don’t have as many friends as our parents. “Just as more information has led to less wisdom, more acquaintances via the Internet and cell phones have produced fewer friends,” he says. 76. What has become a social problem according to the passage? (No more than 5 words) ___________________________________________________________________________ 77. What costs do people have to pay for their cell phones according to the passage? (No more than 15 words) ___________________________________________________________________________ 78. What is the purpose of Paragraph 4 in the passage? (No more than 5 words) ___________________________________________________________________________ 79. What consequence do experts say about cell-phone addiction? (No more than 20 words) ___________________________________________________________________________ 80. What do you think of the overuse of cell phones in our daily life? Please give your opinion and suggestions to improve the situation. (No more than 30 words) ___________________________________________________________________________
VI. 书面表达 (满分 25 分) 假如你是晨光中学的学生李华,收到英国学生 Mark 的电子邮件,咨询你校暑期为异国学生 举办的汉语夏令营活动。请通过电子邮件向 Mark 介绍本次活动.其内容如下： 1.活动时间：7 月 10 日到 7 月 30 日； 地点：红星中学 2.活动内容： ? 学习汉语, 可与当地人交流 ? 举办各种晚会,了解中国历史和中国文化传统 (例如：节假日等) ? 进行参观活动 (如：博物馆, 长城等) 3. 活动意义 注意：1. 词数不少于 100; 2. 开头已给出, 不计入总词数 Dear Mark, I feel delighted to get your email, __________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Yours Li Hua
天津市耀华中学 2016 届高三年级第二次月考发展性试题 英 语 试 卷
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I. 改错 下面每句话中都有一个错误,请在横线上先写出错误选项,再在不改变句子含义 的情况下改正错误. (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分;满分 10 分) 1. Young readers, more often than not , find the novels of Dickens far more exciting than A B C Thackeray. D 2. People cannot but feel puzzling, for they simply cannot understand how he could have made A B C D such a stupid mistake. 3. Nowhere but in Europe we have seen the results so clearly , which really have surprised A B C us all. D 4. The amount of pressure which the materials are subject to affect the quality of the products. A B C D 5. I regret having left the work unfinished; I should plan everything ahead carefully. A B C D 6. The problem of unemployment the governments want solved is as serious as never in these A B C underdeveloped countries. D 7. Many species can communicate an amazing amount of information via sound, information A B which both the life of an individual and the continued existence of the species may depend. C D 8. It was not so much the many blows he received for the lack of fighting spirit that led to A B C his losing the game. D 9. Those part-time students expected to offer some jobs on campus during the coming A B C D summer vacation.
10. With production having gone up steadily, the factory needs an ever-increasing supply of A B C D raw materials. II. 首字母填空 (共 10 小题; 每小题 1 分; 满分 10 分) Every flu season it seems like we’re bombarded (炮轰, 轰击) with commercials for new and improved medicines promising to relieve terrible headaches and f___1___. But for many people around the world, the secret to avoiding a nasty or even fatal cold might lie in a better diet, not drugs. Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center in Maryland, and the Nestle Research Center in Switzerland have found that a deficiency of the mineral selenium (硒) may c___2___ to the spread of highly virulent strains of influenza virus. The team infected two g___3____ of mice—one that had sufficient selenium in their diets and one that did not — with a type of flu that also affects h___4___. The selenium-deficient mice were more l___5___ to get sick after being infected. More worrisome (令人不安的), the flu virus grew m___6___ virulent when it re-emerged for the selenium-deficient mice. Random mutations (变异) normally alter the genes responsible f___7___ designing the proteins on the virus’s surface. But in selenium-deficient mice, “it’s the exact opposite to what we expected,” says Beck, a researcher. The rapid mutation was instead occurring in genes that code for internal proteins. Those changes, she says, might reprogram the flu strain, making it more contagious (传染性 的). Beck and her team are still uncertain exactly h___8___ selenium fits into the puzzle, but scientists know the mineral is necessary for antioxidant (抗氧化剂) activity in the body. without selenium, excess (过度的) free radicals wreak havoc (发泄, 报仇) on the viral (滤过性病毒) RNA, leading to those unexpected mutations, says Beck. Common sources of selenium include breads, meats and fish, foods that Americans eat in abundance, says Orville Levander, a chemist at the Beltsville Nutrition Center. But Levander points out that some areas in China l___9___ selenium in the soil, and people who live there require selenium supplements to a___10___ health problems. 答 题 纸 I. 改错 1. ____ 3. ____ 5. ____ 7. ____ 9. ____ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ 2. ____ ______________________ 4. ____ ______________________ 6. ____ ______________________ 8. ____ ______________________ 10. ____ ______________________
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天津市耀华中学 2016 届高三年级第二次月考 英 语 答 案
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单选 21-35 CBDAD BBDCB ADDDB 完型 36-55 BCACD CBCAB ABBCA BADBA 阅读 (A) 56-60 BCBDB (B) 61-65 CABDC (C) 66-70 ABACD (D)71-75 DACDC 阅读表达 76. The overuse of cell phones. / The cell-phone addiction. / Being addicted to cell phones. 77. Their monthly bill and the separation between people. or: Their monthly bill and a widening gulf of personal separation. 78. To give evidence. / To provide supporting examples (of the harmful cell phone addiction). 79. Cell phone addiction has more separated people than bring them closer together. or: Cell-phone addiction is part of a set of symptoms in a widening gulf of personal separation. or: The overuse of cell phones has become a barrier to one-on-one personal contact, and all escape from reality. 80. (Open) I believe it has a great negative effect on our daily life. I think people should use the cell phone properly and strengthen personal communication to enjoy a happy life together. 写作 (One possible version) Dear Mark, I feel delighted to get your email, knowing you are so interested in the Chinese Summer Camp to be held in our school from July 10th to July 30th this summer. The content of this Chinese Summer Camp is as follows: Firstly you will learn everyday Chinese by communicating with Chinese students so that you can speak simple Chinese with local people. At the same time you will be taught Chinese with the help of teachers, understanding the meaning of Chinese characters. Secondly you will take part in different parties, knowing the history of China and Chinese culture, especially Chinese holidays, which will impress you deeply. What’s more, you will have chances to visit some museums and tour the Great Wall, experiencing the colorful culture of China and the greatness of the Great Wall. I believe the Chinese Summer Camp will not only provide the chance for you to study Chinese, but also will promote friendship between us. Yours Li Hua
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