天津一中2015 --2016高三年级第三次月考英语试卷 第 I 卷（选择题，共115 分） 第一部分：听力测试（共两节，满分20 分） 试卷 A 第一节（共5 小题；每小题1 分，满分5 分） 听下面五段对话。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。听完每段对话后，你将有10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅 读下一小题。每段
对话仅读一遍。 例：How much is the shirt? A．?19.15. B．?9.15. C．?9.18. 答案为B。 1．Where does the conversation probably take place? A．In a library. B．In a restaurant. C．In a drugstore. 2．What do we know about the man? A．He is a dentist. B．He has retired. C．He owns a bookstore. 3．How does the woman feel on hearing the news? A．Excited. B．Inspired. C．Surprised. 4．What does the man say about Mary? A．She has poor eyesight. B．She doesn’t like the woman. C．She usually ignores others. 5．What does the woman mean? A．Sam is feeling thirsty. B．Sam is going to win the race. C．Sam looks as strong as George. 第二节（共10 小题；每小题1.5 分，满分15 分） 听下面几段材料。每段材料后有几个小题，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。听每段材料前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题5 秒钟； 听完后，各小题将给出5 秒钟的作答时间。每段材料读两遍。 听下面一段对话，回答第 6 至第8 小题。 6．What does the man want to do after graduation? A．Work at a hotel. B．Become an engineer. C．Go on to graduate school. 7．What is the woman’s major? A．French. B．Management. C．Computer Science. 8．How does the woman pay for college? A．She has a part-time job. B．She received a scholarship. C．She gets money from her parents. 听下面一段对话，回答第9 至第11 小题。 9．When did the man leave the town? A．8 years ago.
B．10 years ago. C．15 years ago. 10．What are the man’s happy memories? A．Performing in the open space. B．Watching the old cartoons. C．Playing the kids’ games. 11．What are the speakers talking about? A．Some changes in a town. B．Some furniture in a shop. C．Some characters in a movie. 听下面一段独白，回答第12 至第15 小题。 12．When is the ballet class held? A．On Wednesday evenings. B．On Thursday evenings. C．On Saturday afternoons. 13．What will Jim be running this year? A．The football practice. B．The baseball club. C．The basketball class. 14．Which teacher will give the skating course? A．Diana. B．Steve. C．Kelly. 15．Who is most probably the speaker? A．A program manager. B．A club member. C．A tour guide. 试卷B 第一节（共5 小题；每小题1 分，满分5 分） 听下面五段对话。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。听完每段对话后，你将有10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅 读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 例：How much is the shirt? A．?19.15. B．?9.15. C．?9.18. 答案为B。 1．What is the possible relationship between the speakers? A．Neighbors. B．Colleagues. C．Classmates. 2．What will the speakers do? A．Go to the airport. B．Go to the theater. C．Go to a bookstore. 3．What are the speakers probably doing? A．Flying a kite.
B．Running a race. C．Climbing a mountain. 4．What does the man mean? A．He’s available either day. B．He has another meeting that day. C．He can’t attend a two-day meeting. 5．What is the man going to do? A．Read the newspaper again. B．Leave the errors in the paper. C．Check the paper for mistakes. 第二节（共 10 小题；每小题1.5 分，满分15 分） 听下面几段材料。每段材料后有几个小题，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。听每段材料前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题5 秒钟； 听完后，各小题将给出5 秒钟的作答时间。每段材料读两遍。 听下面一段对话，回答第 6 至第8 小题。 6．What does Nancy want to do for David? A．Find him a place to live. B．Help carry his groceries. C．Give him a ride to the store. 7．What does David plan to do? A．Hold a dinner. B．Eat out. C．Go on a vacation. 8．Why is David grateful to the Browns? A．They invited him to their party. B．They are paying for his education. C．They let him live with them for free. 听下面一段对话，回答第9 至第11 小题。 9．What do children do in the workshops? A．Make models and visit the museum. B．Do painting and visit the museum. C．Do painting and make models. 10．What is the cost for two children from the same family? A．$20. B．$22. C．$24. 11．Where are the workshops held? A．In Tamer Hall. B．In City Museum. C．In Winter House. 听下面一段独白，回答第12 至第15 小题。 12．How many days a week did the speaker work in the café? A．One day. B．Two days.
C．Five days. 13．What did the speaker think of his job as a cook? A．Boring but beneficial. B．Nice but badly-paid. C．Difficult but interesting. 14．What does the speaker like most about his present job? A．Friendly co-workers. B．Short working hours. C．Differences in the work. 15．Who are probably the listeners? A．Students. B．Managers. C．Reporters. 第二部分英语知识运用（共两节，满分45 分） 第一节单项填空（共15 小题；每小题1 分，满分15 分） 1. It takes a long time to prepare the dish but the results are so good that it's worth the ________. A. struggle B. devotion C. effort D. trouble 2. --- Do you want to watch this or the sports news? --- Oh, ________. It's up to you. A. I'm easy B. That’s all right C. You name it D. Yes, I want to 3. --- Mom, the weather is getting warmer and warmer. --- Right. This is ________ we will move all the flowers out to the backyard to get more sunlight. A. where B. what C. when D. how 4. The steadily worsening economy led to a ________ drop in the number of undergraduate students choosing economics as a major. A. modest B. slight C. natural D. sharp 5. --- What do you think of the film we saw last night? --- Well, I _______the book, so I already knew the whole story. A. was reading B. had read C. read D. have read 6. The explorer took only such men and things ________ he really needed into the jungle with him. A. as B. that C. who D. which 7. The company provides cheap Internet access. ________, it makes shareware freely available. A. As a result B. In conclusion C. By contrast D. In addition 8. Her voice started to ________ after talking non-stop for two hours at the opening ceremony of the summer camp. A. mix B. fail C. run D. ring 9. ________ you are in trouble yourself as well, perhaps I’d better ask someone else. A. Until B. Unless C. Since D. Though 10. When my parents were away on business, my grandmother ________ take care of me, telling me funny stories. A. should B. might C. could D. would 11. When ________for the job, you’ll receive a high salary and be provided with a company car
which is available for private use. A .to accept B. accepted C. accepting D. accept 12. Few companies will be willing to ________ the new technology unless it can be shown to reduce production costs. A. bring in B. take in C. get in D. fit in 13. --- Can you give me a lift to the train station tomorrow morning, Sean? --- ________ I will be passing the train station on my way to work, anyway. A. What a pity! B. My pleasure. C. No problem. D. Why not? 14. In my room there is a writing desk in front of the window, beside which ________ . A. does a bookshelf stand B. stands a bookshelf C. does stand a bookshelf D. a bookshelf stands 15. --- We are going to the beach for relaxation next week. Are you coming? --- I ________, but I will be busy next week. A. would have B. would C. should have D. had 第二节：完型填空（共20 小题；每小题1.5 分，满分30 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C 和D）中，选出可以填入空白处 的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 I'd like to tell you a story my grandmother told me when I was six or seven years old. We had to go to her home for Thanksgiving dinner and the 16 was rather a long one. I had filled the time with making a 17 of all the things that I wanted for Christmas that year. Later I showed the list to my grandmother. After she read it, she said, “That 18 is a long list!” Then she told me this story: “Once there was a little girl who came to live in an orphanage（孤儿院）. As Christmas time 19 near, all of the other children began 20 the little girl about the beautiful Christmas tree that would appear in the huge downstairs 21 on Christmas morning. Each child would be given their one and only Christmas gift; small, single 22 .” “The headmaster of the orphanage was very 23 , so when he caught the little girl climbing down the stairs to look at the Christmas tree in the hall, he sharply 24 that the little girl would not 25 her Christmas orange because she had been so 26 as to disobey the rules. The little girl ran back to her room 27 and crying. The next morning as the other children were going down to breakfast, the little girl stayed in her bed. She couldn't stand the 28 of seeing the others receive their gift when there would be 29 for her. Later, as the children came back, the little girl was 30 to be handed a napkin（面巾纸）. As she carefully 31 it, there to her disbelief was an orange all peeled and sectioned.” “It was then that she found 32 each child had taken one section from their orange and given it to her so that she, too, would have a Christmas orange.” How I 33 this story! I would ask my grandmother to tell it to me over and over as I 34 . How I wish the world, as a whole would display that same kind of 35 for others, not just at Christmas, but throughout the year. 16. A. story B. drive C. moment D. holiday 17. A. choice B. order C. list D. joke 18. A. hardly B. usually C. specially D. really 19. A. raced B. grew C. linked D. took 20. A. telling B. informing C. warning D. sending
21. A. hall B. kitchen C. bedroom D. reading-room 22. A. apple B. star C. orange D. flower 23. A. serious B. caring C. humorous D. strict 24. A. required B. announced C. claimed D. insisted 25. A. deliver B. make C. receive D. reach 26. A. curious B. worried C. frightened D. excited 27. A. delighted B. blank-minded C. scared D. broken-hearted 28. A. pressure B. attraction C. thought D. effect 29. A. few B. none C. nothing D. something 30. A. surprised B. happy C. willing D. pleased 31. A. touched B. felt C. smelt D. opened 32. A. why B. when C. how D. what 33. A. wrote B. loved C. told D. understood 34. A. grew up B. dropped in C. turned up D. hung out 35. A. help B. thankfulness C. sympathy D. concern 第三部分：阅读理解（共20 小题：每小题2.5 分，满分50 分） 阅读下列短文，从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C 和D）中，选出最佳选项， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Minnesota Food Association (MFA) invites you to become volunteers. We have plenty of volunteer opportunities available. Please CLICK HERE to show your willingness to help us out by volunteering in one or more of the areas described below. Youth & Family Program Volunteer 6 to 8 volunteers are needed on Saturdays, from 9am to 12 pm. Teach elementary-school aged kids and families about agriculture through fun, hands-on activities on the farm. This is a new program at MFA this season, and we are very excited about it. Volunteers must enjoy working with children, be able to follow a lesson plan, and not be afraid of animals or getting dirty. Training will be provided. This is a Saturday morning position, and we request volunteering for at least 2 Saturdays per season. All the program takes place on the farm. Food Access Volunteer 1 to 2 volunteers are needed. The service time is every Thursday evening, from mid-June to the end of October. The volunteer will be responsible for working for the new Healthy Meals in a SNAP! Program. The program provides discounted CSA boxes together with a healthy cooking class through a partnership with Urban Oasis. This opportunity will be located in East St. Paul. You need to work for about one hour on Thursday evening each week from mid-Jun to the end of October and must be willing to provide good customer service. Farm Bike Maintenance Volunteer 1 to 2 volunteers are needed. This volunteer will be responsible for fixing and maintaining our bikes on the farm. These bikes were donated last season and are extremely helpful for farmers when they travel to and around the farm. You must have bike fixing experience (being able to diagnose and repair the bikes independently) and transportation to the farm. This can be a onetime volunteer opportunity, or a monthly commitment, depending on volunteer’s ability. 36. If you volunteer for the Youth & Family Program, you need to ________. A. work for no less than 6 hours per season
B. cooperate with some other volunteers C. go to work every Saturday D. receive some training if necessary 37. The Youth & Family Program would most probably attract those who _________. A. want to teach in a school B. want a clean volunteer job C. love dealing with children D. used to live on the farm 38. For a food access volunteer for the new Healthy Meals in a SNAP! Program, he/ she should_______. A. provide discounted CSA boxes B. organize a healthy cooking class C. help cook in the kitchen at times D. work once a week for over four months 39. If a farm bike maintenance volunteer doesn’t work very well, he or she ________. A. may receive some training from MFA B. may be replaced by someone else soon C. will be only able to volunteer for a week D. may be offered other volunteer opportunities 40. The passage is meant to ________. A. finds some volunteers B. help volunteers find work C. introduce some programs D. encourage people to volunteer B When I was in elementary and middle school, my mother would drop me off in the morning and pick me up at the end of the day, always waiting, right on time, in the front seat of her green car on the side of the road in front of our school. I would climb into the passenger side and ask her what was for supper. Sometimes it would be catfish I didn’t love or perhaps a whole chicken and I would sigh with disappointment. On more exciting afternoons, she’d tell me she was roasting pork tenderloin to serve with homemade apple sauce. In my luckiest moments, she spent the entire day preparing her famous homemade spaghetti and meatballs my brother and I wanted all year round. Growing up with a stay-at-home mom was something I took for granted as a kid and teenager.I couldn’t care less that she was the last person I saw before school started and the first person I talked to when it was over. I barely noticed that she paid all the bills, took our dogs to the vet, ensured we made it to the dentist every six months and that we had all our school materials and summer camp supplies exactly when we needed them. To find fulfillment outside our family, she volunteered to work in the fundraising department at my brother’s school, freelanced（当自由作家）for a handful of magazines, guest-hosted a local talk radio show, and even wrote a book. We weren’t wealthy by any means, but we were comfortable enough so she could put all her energy into being the best mother she could be. Then I left for college and everything changed. My parents split up. My mother got a job at the front desk of her favorite yoga studio and became manager in a few weeks. At first, I felt a little
uneasy. But gradually, as I continued to grow up, I began to see her as not only a mother, but a woman finding her way through the world, exploring its uncertainties and making mistakes and learning lessons just like me. She still has the best qualities of being my mother. She still lets me sleep in her bed and wakes me up with vanilla tea each morning and tells me exactly what pills to take if I catch a cold. I haven’t lost my mother, but I’ve gained a friend. 41. When the author was in middle school ________. A. she was very fond of chicken and spaghetti B. she and her brother were in the same school C. her mother drove her to school and back home D. her mother’s catfish was popular with the family 42. When the author was a kid and teenager, ________. A. her mother couldn’t help her with her study B. her mother was always busy with her part-time job C. she thought little of what her mother did for the family D. she was very independent and considerate 43. For what purpose did the author’s mother do the things in Paragraph 3? A. To kill time. B. To become independent. C. To support her family. D. To make her life meaningful. 44. Which of the following can best describe the author’s mother? A. Responsible and ambitious. B. Selfless and humorous. C. Intelligent and strict. D. Serious and shy. 45. What can we know about the author after she entered the college? A. She felt college life rather difficult for her. B. She gained a friend and was very happy. C. She felt slightly worried. D. She found the way through the world. C Schooling is not only about studying but also about having fun. Education is best offered if learning is made fun. It is students being not overburdened with the school curriculum and being able to devote enough time to the overall personality development that matter. It is thus important for school officials to encourage the active participation of students in sports. These activities at school act as a major part of school schedule and also help create an environment that is beneficial to the general growth and development of young minds. There are various sports and leisure activities that can be planned for school students. Sports are an essential part of a school curriculum. In spite of the grade a student is studying in, sports are a must. And it is needless to state the importance of sports in school. They help in building up the much-needed team spirit among students. They help in educating a sportsman spirit in children and serve as an effective method to bring children together from different cultural background.
Gymnastics, swimming competitions, tennis and badminton tournaments, cricket and soccer matches and inter-class sports events can be organized in school. Sports enthusiasts can participate in these events, while those not participating can be a part of the cheering team. Kids are sure to enjoy activities like cycling, running races, skating and other fun games. Wondering how schooling is associated with leisure activities? Well, you are mistaken if you believe that schooling is only about class assignments and homework. School education is much more than that. In fact, it is about helping the students learn the important lessons of life. It aims at their overall development which includes development moral values and principles in them. Devoting their entire schedule to studies and examinations defeats the purpose of an effective school education. It is very important to include some leisure activities in the school’s weekly schedule. Sports and leisure activities are about making fruitful use of time in a creative way. They are the best ways to find hidden talent, cultivate minds and encourage innovation. School years are the founding years of one’s life. They need to be filled with fun and excitement so that children have an ideal beginning to the “long journey” ahead. 46. What should school authorities do to make better education according to the author? A. Encourage students to do more sports instead of studies. B. Ensure the students have enough time for personal development. C. Learn about the great benefits of developing students’ personality. D. Know which sports are beneficial to students’ personal development. 47. The author suggests more sports and leisure activities for students because they are ________. A. beneficial to children physically and mentally B. beneficial to children’s future competitiveness C. helpful for students to get on well with each other in sports D. capable of freeing students from tiring school examinations 48. What does the fourth paragraph mainly tell us? A. Leisure activities are necessary for schooling. B. Examinations are meaningless to students’ studies. C. Current schooling limits students’ overall development. D. Schooling merely focuses on class assignment and homework. 49. How can we cultivate students’ hidden talents? A. By setting more examinations and tests. B. By providing more spare time for them. C. By offering them more happiness at school. D. By encouraging them to participate in sports. 50. We learn from the text that the author puts stress on _________. A. school curriculum B. children’s physical health C. sports and leisure activities D. children’s personal spirit D Facebook Messenger wants you to know a little more about that person who messages you for the first time. Getting messages from someone you don’t know can be a pretty intimidating
experience. How did they find you? Why did they reach out? To make new connections less jarring (不和谐的), Facebook Messenger is introducing a new feature that gives you bits of information about someone messaging you for the first time, whether the person is one of your Facebook friends or not. The Messenger team is rolling it out to IOS and Android users in the U.S., UK, France and India over the next few weeks. “It is a way to give you more context (背景) about new conversations in Messenger,” a Facebook spokesperson told Mashable. When someone messages you for the first time, Messenger chooses bits of information from their Facebook profile (简况), like what their job is, which town or city they live in, and who your common friends are (if you have any), then displays that info above their first message, alongside their profile name and photo. The new feature is similar to one offered in Hello, the app Facebook quietly rolled out in April, which gives Android smartphone owners bits of information about the person on the other end of the line. The feature shows information Facebook thinks will prove most useful, while respecting both users’ privacy settings. That’s key, especially if you and other person aren’t actually friends on Facebook --- in which case, only publicly available information on your profile is used. It’s a small feature in the big scheme of things for Messenger but one that makes sense. Facebook already sits on data from 1.44 billion active monthly users, so why not use some of their publicly available information to give a little context about new folks who message you? And of course, if the feature helps improve Messenger’s user engagement --- the more friends you message, the more time you spend on the service --- it’s a win-win. 51. What is the best title for the passage? A. Some new features of Facebook Messenger. B. Best ways to make more friends C. Facebook Messenger now gives context about the people contacting you first. D. Be careful of the person who messages you for the first time on Messenger. 52. What does the underlined word “intimidating” probably mean in Paragraph 1? A. Exciting. B. Frightening. C. Satisfying. D. Interesting. 53. What can Hello offer to the users? A. Information of the person who messages you. B. Information of all Android smartphone owners. C. Information of the person who calls you. D. Information of the app Hello. 54. We can know from the passage that _________. A. when someone messages you first, their profession will be above the message B. the new feature of Facebook Messenger will not reveal user’s private information C. the more time you spend messaging strange people, the more friends you can make D. if you and other person aren’t actually friends on Facebook, you won’t receive his message 55. What’s the author’s attitude to the new feature of Messenger? A. Negative. B. Positive. C. Doubtful. D. Uncertain. 第II 卷（选择题，共35 分） 第四部分：写作 第一节：阅读表达（共5 小题；每小题2 分，满分10 分） 阅读下面短文，并按照题目要求用英语回答问题。
Poisonous chemicals produced by oil spills and air pollution have a new enemy: Green plants. These pollutants often contain a class of chemicals known as PAHs. Such chemicals have been linked to many health problems. But researchers now have developed plants that can digest PAHs. Cleaning up a poisoned site tends to be quite costly. It often involves digging up the dirt or treating it with expensive chemicals. The United States spends billions of dollars every year on such cleanup efforts. Cleaning up those places with plants, however, could cost only about one tenth as much, which is a top quality of green plants. Bacteria can digest pollutants and leave harmless substances behind. Engineers have even begun using some kinds of bacteria to help clean up oil spills in seawater. However, monitoring the progress of these microbes（微生物） can be difficult, so is finding out how much pollution remains behind. Quan-Hong Yao is an agricultural scientist in China. He and his team developed plants that could do the same thing those microbes do. They used special techniques to change the plants to produce chemicals to break down a type of PAH. Genes influence how a living thing looks and behaves. Scientists changed genes of some plants through genetic engineering. Yao’s group added four genes to rice plants and to a small flowering plant. The transferred genes came from a PAH-eating soil microbe. And their experiment worked.Once the plants adopted the microbe’s genes, they began producing the chemicals produced by bacteria, which broke down PAH. After 30 days, the plants removed up to half of the harmful chemicals in contaminated soil. The researchers reported their results on October 9 2014 in Environmental Science & Technology. “This is a big deal,” Christopher Reddy adds. He's an environmental chemist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, in Massachusetts, who once worked on the new study. “Success in the lab doesn't prove the plants will work as well in the real world.” “There is still a long way to go before these gene-changed plants can be used outdoors,” Yao agrees. As a next step, he’ll be testing his plants in real-world situations. 56. What is the main advantage of green plants in dealing with pollution? (no more than 10 words) 57. What is the problem with the method of using bacteria to clean the oil spills? (no more than 15 words) 58. How exactly did Yao and his team make the new finding? (no more than 8 words) 59. What does the underlined word “contaminated” in Paragraph 4 probably mean? (no more than 2 words) 60. Do you think the new plants will have a good future in real-world situations and why? (no more than 25 words) 第二节：书面表达（满分25 分） 61. 假如你是天津某中学学生会主席李津，受邀请你校近期将在英国Franks 中学举办“中国 周”活动，请你给该校学生会主席Chris 写一封信介绍该活动。 ◇活动的内容（如中国戏剧、中国剪纸、中国功夫等） ◇活动形式（展览；讲座；体验参与等） ◇个人期望 注意： 1) 词数不少于100
2) 可适当加入细节，以使内容充实，行文连贯 3) 开头，结尾已给出，不计入总词数 参考词汇：戏剧 opera 剪纸 paper cutting 功夫 Kungfu Dear Chris, Thank you for your invitation to host the Week of China in your school. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________此处禁止答题_________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ Looking forward to seeing you soon. Yours 参考答案 试卷 A 1. B 2. C 3. C 4. A 5. B 6. A 7. C 8. B 9. C 10. B11. A12. A13. B14. C15. A 试卷B 1. B 2. B 3. C 4. A 5. C 6. B 7. A 8. C 9. C 10. A11. C12. B13. A14. C15. A 单项选择 1—5 CACDB 6—10 ADBCD 11—15 BACBB 完形填空 16—20 BCDBA 21—25 ACDBC 26—30 ADCBA 31—35 DCBAD 阅读理解 36—40 DCDBA 41—45 CCDAC 46—50 BAADC 51—55 CBCBB 阅读表达 56. What is the main advantage of green plants in dealing with pollution? (no more than 10 words) They can clear up pollutants at a low cost.（2 分） It could cost only about one-tenth as much. （1 分） 57. What is the problem with the method of using bacteria to clean the oil spills? (no more than 15 words) It is difficult to monitor the progress and find out the remaining pollution. （2 分） Monitoring the progress of these microbes can be difficult. （1 分） It is difficult to monitor the progress of these microbes. （1 分） 58. How exactly did Yao and his team make the new finding? (no more than 8 words) By changing the genes of the plants.（2 分） By using special techniques to change the plants.（1 分） 59. What does the underlined word “contaminated” in Paragraph 4 probably mean? (no more than 2 words) Polluted/ Poisoned（2 分）
Polluting/ Pollute （1 分） Poisonous（0 分） 60. Do you think the new plants will have a good future in real-world situations and why? (no more than 25 words) Open. （结合文章内容，合理即可2 分） 书面表达 Dear Chris, Thank you for your invitation to host the Week of China in your school. In order to make the activity a success, we have planned to perform a wide variety of activities with Chinese characteristics. One of them is Chinese opera, which is one of the most influential operas in China. Another activity is an exhibition of paper cutting, almost all of which are for health, prosperity or decorative purposes. Of course, Chinese Kungfu, I think, will attract the most attention. I am sure students will have a lot of fun once they get involved in learning it. There are also some lectures on different aspects, introducing Chinese culture. We hope the Week of China can not only offer foreign students a chance to have a better understanding of China and Chinese culture but also promote our friendship. Looking forward to seeing you soon. Yours Li Jin