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From unique means of transportation, good accommodation options and incomparable adventures, national parks across the USA offer visitors more than just hiking paths and points of interests. Park guests can now get to know their beautiful landscapes and rich histories in a whole new way with these adventure ideas.
• Golfing in Death Valley National Park
You’ve played the world’s best golf courses,but have you played the world’s lowest? Put the ball at the Furnace Creek Golf Course located in California’s remote Death Valley National Park. In addition to golf, the course also sets the stage for a horse-drawn carriage sightseeing offered through the resort’s Furnace Creek Stables.
• Luxury Camping in Yellowstone National Park
Want to experience sleeping under the stars? Far and Away Adventures serves up luxury-camping trips into Yellowstone National Park, covering States of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, complete with comfortable bedding and tents, delicious meals, and backcountry adventures. Guests are guided to a remote campsite along Yellowstone Lake by boat, and spend several days boating along its shores, fishing, and hiking among some of the park’s most original landscapes.
• Dog sledge in Denali National Park
Bring out your inner musher with a dog sledge trip through one of the last wild frontiers, Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska. A team of dogs and experienced guides from EarthSong Lodge lead guests into the remote and tranquil wilderness of inside Alaska. Although day trips are available, multi-day sledge travels allow visitors to learn the art of dog dragging, not to mention enjoying grand views of Mt. McKinley.
• Canyon Vistas Mule Ride in Grand Canyon National Park
Take in the Grand Canyon, located in State of Arizona, by four-footed mule for breathtaking views along the edge and into its depths. Mule rides have been offered at the Grand Canyon since 1887, and are a rich part of the canyon’s history. A new four-mile tour along the edge, the Canyon Mule Ride, takes approximately three hours to complete. Along the path, riders speak to the geologic formations and human history of the area.
21. Among the national parks mentioned above, how many of them offer animal service for guests to enjoy beautiful natural scenery?
A. one                          B. two                          C. three                               D. four
22. Which of the following is true according to the passage?
A. The four national parks are located in different states of the USA.
B. In Death Valley National Park, guests can play the world’s best golf courses.
C. Of the four national parks, Yellowstone National Park covers the largest area.
D. Park visitors have recently been offered mule rides in Grand Canyon National Park.
23. If you are keen to learn about the geologic history of the park, you may choose to visit        .   
A. Death Valley National Park             B. Yellowstone National Park
C. Denali National Park                      D. Grand Canyon National Park
24. The passage is most probably taken from       .
A. a science fiction        B. a guidebook              C. a health magazine             D. a commercial brochure
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An Indonesia man believed to be the oldest person alive celebrated his 146th birthday Saturday, despite having claimed he no longer wants to be alive.
Mbah Gotho, whose official name is Sodimejo, lives with his grandson in a town called Sragen within Indonesia’s Central Java province.
Gotho made international headlines in September after speaking to local media, which led local officials to confirm the truth of his identity card. Gotho’s birth date is listed as Dec. 31, 1870.
While officials say the document is real, they admitted it would be impossible to prove whether Gotho was actually born that year.
However, the man claimed to remember the opening of a local sugar factory, which was recorded in 1880.
Gotho said he has outlived four wives, 10 brothers and sisters, and three children. His only remaining close relatives are grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grand-children, he claimed. “What I want is to die.” he told local media in September, according to Reuters,one of the biggest names in media worldwide.
Gotho’s grandson claimed the 146-year-old had made arrangements for his death as far back as 1992, when he bought a forever sleeping place close to the burial sites of his children.
Gotho’s grandson also said the elder was in relatively good health,suffering only from eyesight problem and loss of hearing, and enjoyed his days smoking and eating.
25. Which of the following can be concluded from the passage?
A. The public had been familiar with Gotho before he celebrated his 146th birthday.
B. As early as 1992, Gotho meant to be buried next to his children’s tombs when he died.
C. The local officials tended to believe Gotho was born on Dec. 31, 1870.
D. Gotho’s health conditions are failing as he enjoys smoking and eating.
26. What do we know from this passage?
A. Mbah Gotho is the name used on the old man’s identity card.
B. Gotho wants to die because he is ill-treated by his grandchildren.
C. Reuters is regarded as one of most famous media in the world.
D. Gotho is officially confirmed to have lived for 146 years by Dec. 31, 2016.
27. The main purpose of writing this passage is          .
A. to tell a story that is actually unbelievable                     B. to report who is the oldest man alive around the world
C. to list reasons why the oldest man wants to die              D. to state how vital a healthy lifestyle is to the elderly
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A new American weather satellite could save more lives by better predicting extreme weather conditions. The satellite was launched in the state of Florida on November 19, 2016. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, also known as NOAA, has been working with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on the project.
NOAA officials are calling the new satellite GOES-R. That is short for a much longer name the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R Series.
NOAA said GOES-R could improve the nation’s ability to observe weather conditions and make weather predictions. It said the satellite’s device would lead to more exact and timely weather forecasts, watches and warnings.
The government agency said the satellite will require testing of its six instruments and will be ready to work “within a year.” One of the six instruments on the satellite is designed to help scientists study lightning strikes and map them. This, NOAA says, will help the agency follow the movement of severe storms and provide more detailed warnings.
“The next generation of weather satellites is finally here,” said NOAA Administrator Kathryn Sullivan. She described GOES-R as one of the most effective Earth-observing machines ever created. Sullivan said its instruments will be able to study Earth five times faster and with four times more detail than any other NOAA satellite currently in operation. A NOAA statement said the greater detail will help improve the agency’s study of ocean storms,as well as “the prediction and warnings of severe weather.” In addition, GOES-R will be able to provide improved rainfall estimates, which will lead to more timely and detailed flood warnings.
Craig Fugate, administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA in short, says that the GOES-R satellite will improve the ability of people and organizations across America to prepare for, and react to, weather-related disasters.
28. What can we learn about the new weather satellite?
A. It has been put into service for more than 5 months already.
B. It is the most effective Earth-observing machine ever made.
C. It works faster and provides more detailed information than any other American satellite.
D. It can help America to get prepared for and react to climate catastrophes better.
29. The satellite gets its name directly from        .
A. NOAA              B. NASA                     C. GOES-R           D. FEMA
30. Why does the reporter quote the words from different people and organizations in the news?
A. To show opinions vary from person to person.                            B. To show the development of the satellite.
C. To convince the readers of superb functions of the satellite.   D. To prove they are authorities.
31. The passage mainly focuses on         .
A. a new American satellite that can be used for military purposes
B. what the next generation of American weather satellites will be like
C. the fact that NOAA and NASA work together to develop a new technology
D. the comparison between a new satellite and the older ones
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When asked to name the one invention that would be impossible to live without, Americans did not pick their phone. They didn’t pick their car. They picked their toothbrush, according to the Lemelson-MIT survey. Hold up though. That survey was from 2003. So we conducted an informal survey of HowStuffWorks staffers to find out if the toothbrush would still take the lead 14 years later. It did. The toothbrush got 11 votes, followed by the cell phone (5), computer (3), microwave (2) and car (2).
You probably aren’t amazed. The tiny toothbrush is an important product for a lot of modem cultures, and it comes by its popularity honestly; Versions of the toothbrush have been around since ancient Babylonian times. But note that these were not the boring plastic creations we take out of the box.
“The first tooth cleaning instrument seems to have been the ‘toothpick’ or more correctly small bones or slivers of bones,” writes Scott Swank, dentist and leader of the National Museum of Dentistry, in an email.
He points out that people used even less technical means, too. “Fingers wrapped in cloth have been used for ages to clean teeth,” he says. “An ancient Greek doctor recommended using a round woolen ball dipped in honey to clean one’s teeth.” But not all recipes (配方) or early toothpaste were so sweet.
“Both the Greeks and Romans had recipes for toothpaste,” says Swank. We’re here for the powerful toothbrush, and Swank says that the first real evidence of that comes from Babylon, around 2500-1800 B. C. The frayed (纤维状散开的) end of a stick or plant was used to brush the teeth.
We have to look much closer to our own times to find a brush we might recognize. “The first device that we would consider people to use the modem toothbrushes was recorded in China in 1500,” says Swank. In 1780, the English merchant William Addis fashioned a modern “toothbrush” and began mass-producing them in England. Sounds too good to be true? “I have no reason to doubt the story as a whole,” Swank says. “It could have become a bit different over time but I think,on the whole,it stands up.”
32. According to the passage, how many HowStuffWorks staffers at most took part in the survey?
A. 5                      B. 11                     C. 12                    D.23
33. The underlined words in the second paragraph probably refer to          .
A. different techniques of making the toothbrush        B. different steps to make the toothbrush
C. different periods of making the toothbrush             D. different makes of the toothbrush
34. Which of the following can NOT be inferred from the passage?
A. The survey was conducted in the year of 2017.
B. The most recent survey showed the toothbrush is still considered an important invention.
C. Records showed the Chinese people were the first to use modem toothbrushes.
D. Scott Swank didn’t at all believe the way modem toothbrushes got spread.
35. What may well serve as the title of the passage?
A. What was used to make the toothbrush?                 B. How long was the history of the toothbrush?
C. How was the toothbrush historically developed?     D. Why was the toothbrush chosen as a daily necessity?
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Too often an inappropriate view gets around us that it is our physical conditions that make us happy or unhappy. As a consequence, physical conditions have been overstated.
36    , that is, good standard of living, high goals that we want to obtain, surrounding ourselves with a nice house, nice car, nice clothes, etc. 37    . But many times once we obtain our goals and are surrounded by what we thought would make us happy, we are still unhappy. Also on the other end of the stick, many, many people are unhappy now, because they have not obtained their goals and 38    , which, consequently, adds to their dissatisfaction with life.
So this is why so many people keep themselves for most of their lives in a state of “incompleteness” and unhappiness, and this is why so many super successful people still aren’t happy. The reason is that 39    . They think that the Universe should give them what they want first and then they’ll be happy. But that just puts a barrier in between them and happiness, because of the way the Universe is set up.
The message here is to understand that your desires tell you where you want to put your focus in your life, however, 40    . You make yourself happy from the inside out. Not the outside in. Do not require certain conditions be met for your happiness,because it won’t work anyway.
A. We have different ways to get what really makes us happy
B. they don’t have what they want in life
C. We set out to get happy by trying to control all the wonderful conditions around ourselves
D. they are never there to be found in life
E. they should not control your happiness in this moment
F. We may think this is the key to our happiness
G. they don’t realize how to get happy
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Mildred Webinga Freeman was an English teacher at the new middle school I attended in the ninth grade. She wasn’t my 41     teacher; she was the adviser to the safety patrol (巡逻) on which I 42     I loved being around her and enjoyed her sense of humor and kind 43     . She was also a good listener.
At the end of the year, she 44     that she was moving to Florida, and I was broken down with the announcement. We exchanged addresses and became pen pals. I could tell her anything 45     , and she treated me with respect 46     I was a teenager.
In Florida, Mrs. Freeman became a Realtor (房屋中介), but she managed to find time to write letters, often 47     “sitting on” a model home awaiting customers. She wrote amusing stories and always took my concerns 48     .
She had given me a (an) 49     invitation to visit, and I missed her so much. When I wrote to take her up on the 50     , she answered, “Get your shoes on and your bags packed!” You are welcome 51     !
I spent three weeks with her in Miami, 52     to do anything from washing dishes to 53           houses with her. Her love of poetry, music, and creative writing encouraged me to pursue these efforts. One day while hanging sheets on the clothesline, she 54     and said, “You know,the sky is fuel for the soul.” I have never looked at the clouds since 55     hearing those words.
Two years later she surprised me by attending my 56     school graduation. Later that year, my family decided to spend Christmas in Florida and I couldn’t wait to see my friend again. When I arrived at her house I had hoped to talk to her about school, but she was 57     in a hospital bed in the guest room. She had cancer of the liver, and family members were caring for her. I was in 58     .
A month after we got back home, we received a call that Mrs. Freeman had 59     . To this day, more than 50     years later, I still see her smile and think about the advice she gave me. 60      I reread her letters, and I remember the importance of her smile and her companionship.
41. A. qualified             B. normal                     C. actual                D. regular
42. A. stood                  B. joined               C. supported          D. served
43. A. identity               B. dignity              C. personality        D. responsibility
44. A. voiced                B. noted                C. talked               D. spoke
45. A. with ease            B. at will               C. on purpose        D. in secret
46. A. now that             B. even though       C. as though          D. as for
47. A. if                       B. since                 C. as                     D. while
48. A. seriously             B. kindly               C. generously         D. possibly
49. A. effective             B. secret                C. open                 D. practical
50. A. help                   B. offer                 C. advice               D. decision
51. A. anytime                     B. at one time        C. this time            D. at times
52. A. worried              B. disappointed     C. scared              D. thrilled
53. A. making              B. rebuilding         C. providing         D. touring
54. A. calmed down      B. looked up         C. turned to          D. put up
55. A. without              B. beyond             C. through            D. except
56. A. primary             B. junior               C. high                 D. special
57. A. instead                      B. ever                 C. even                 D. still
58. A. anger                 B. discomfort               C. shock               D. doubt
59. A. passed off          B. passed over       C. passed by          D. passed away
60. A. Eventually         B. Occasionally     C. Instantly           D. Particularly
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Sweetest Day is always the third Saturday in October. This holiday is much more important in some regions than in others, with Detroit, Cleveland and Buffalo 61      (be) the biggest Sweetest Day cities. It is a holiday that is gaining in popularity every year throughout the country. Sweetest Day 62     (fall) on the third Saturday in October as a day to make someone happy. It is an occasion 63     offers all of us an opportunity to remember not only the sick, aged, and orphaned, but also friends, relatives and neighbors whose 64     (friend) and helpfulness we have enjoyed.
Over 60 years ago, a Cleveland man,believing that the city’s orphans and 65     (shut-in) too often felt forgotten and neglected, came up with the idea of showing them that they 66      (kind) remembered. He did this through the distribution of small gifts. With the help of his friends and neighbors, he handed out these small gifts on 67     Saturday in October. During the years that followed, other Clevelanders began to participate in the celebration ceremony, which came to be called “Sweetest Day”. Step 68     step, the Sweetest Day idea of spreading cheer to the poor was broadened to include everyone, and became an occasion for remembering others with a kind act or a small remembrance. 69     soon the idea spread to other cities all over the country.
Sweetest Day is not based on any single group’s religious sympathy or on a family relationship. It is a reminder that a thoughtful word or deed enriches life and makes 70     meaningful.
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You can’t skip breakfast. It’s the first meal you eat in the day, no matter whenever it is. If you’re wondering what ill effects it may have with you if you don’t eat soon after awaking,the answer is usually not much. If you don’t eat breakfast, as a result,you’ll experience body weakness. For some people lack of breakfast cause overeating behavior later in the day, while breakfast eaters get some benefits in things like energy and concentration. But there’s nothing particular important in general about what time you eat or how many meal you take in a day. In recent survey by the National Weight Control Registry, people who ate breakfast were much successful in long-term weight loss than those who regularly skipped the first meal of the day. Take breakfast helps your body function well and can help prevent overeating later on. In addition to, a healthy first meal has been linked to improved brainpower or physical performances throughout the day.
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假定你是李华,是当地一家报社的知名编辑,报社要求你在“Goodadvice”专栏给今年即将毕业的全体高三学生写封信,信中建议他们在高考结束后的暑假中能够安排一些有意义的事去做。
要求:1.提出不少于2项具体建议并说明理由;
2.可以适当增加细节,并使行文连贯;
3.字数100左右;
4.信的开头和结尾己写好,不计入总词数。
Dear Senior III students,
The College Entrance Examination is drawing near and your summer vacation is also approaching,                                                                  
                                                                                                        
                                                                                                     
Best wishes!
Yours sincerely,
Li Hua

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