Jane is a bright young woman who comes from a rich and famous family. She goes to a good university. But her family are so busy that they can hardly find time to be with her. 1 __
So she spends a lot of time on her QQ. She uses the name Linda on QQ and has made lots of friends.
Last year Jane made a very special friend on QQ. 2 _ He and Jane were both interested in rock music. 3 _ Of course, they wanted to know more about each other. 4 ___ He was a tall, good-looking young man with a big, happy smile. As time went by, they became good friends.
5 _ Jane asked him to let her go with him so that she could give David a surprise for his birthday. But when David finally stood before her, she found that her special friend was a twelve-year-old boy named Jim!
A. So it always took them hours to talk happily on QQ.
B. David sent a picture of himself.
C. In fact, Jane is quite lonely.
D. One day Jane’s father was going on a business trip to San Francisco.
E. His name was David and he lived in San Francisco.
[答案] 1~5 CEABD
You may feel worried, upset or disappointed in your life. If you feel so, you’d better do something about it. Just read the following tips (小建议) to find out some ways to fight depression (抑郁情绪) .
First, try to find out the troubles that have worked on your depression. When you know what has got you to feel blue, talk about it with a caring friend. Talking is a way to relax the mind. Ask for help if you need it. Friends and family can help let depression go instead of just watching you hurt.
Second, take a walk for 15 or 30 minutes every day—or dance, or bike if you prefer. If you need to be encouraged, make yourself do exercise anyway. Once you get into the exercise habit, it won’t take long to notice a difference in your mood.
Next, depression can affect a person’s thoughts, making everything seem hopeless. If depression makes you notice only the bad things, try to notice the good things. There are both good things and bad things in life. The more good things you notice , the less depression you’ll feel.
Then, try to do something fun for yourself. For example, you can take time to play with a friend or a pet. You can do something that you are interested in, such as painting, singing and so on. You can also find something to laugh about—a funny movie, a joke… Perhaps laughing can help cheer you up.
Finally, please remember that depression takes time to heal (治愈). So most of all, don’t forget to be patient with yourself.
Tips Ways to fight depression
Tip One ★ Talk about it with friends or family.
Tip Two ★ 1. ____________________________________
Tip Three ★ 2. ____________________________________
Tip Four ★ 3. ____________________________________
Tip Five ★ 4. ____________________________________
★ 5. _________________________________
1. Do exercise. /Make yourself do exercise. / Get into the exercise habit.
2. Try to notice the good things.
3. Try to do something fun for yourself.
4. Be patient with yourself.
2. 在我们伟大祖国走过的30年改革开放历程中，你的家庭、学校或家乡一定发生了巨大的变化，请以 “Great Changes In ” 为题，用英语写一篇字数80词左右的短文。要求：1)先将题目补充完整;2)文中不得出现真实的人名、校名和地名。
One possible version:
On Friday afternoon, I picked up a new math book in the computer room. I want to give it back to someone who lost it. My name is Li Hua. Please call 22862488.
Great Changes In My Hometown
Great changes have taken place in my hometown since 1978.
In the past, the living conditions in my hometown were poor. People had a hard life. Few children had the chance to receive a good education.
Now, my hometown is becoming better. There are more and more wide roads and tall buildings. The environment becomes better. People can enjoy many sorts of leisure activities. Communications are becoming easier and quicker. Children are free to study in modern schools.
I’m sure my hometown will become more and more beautiful in the future.
King: Hello, 8447653. This is Mrs. King speaking.
Jane: Hello, Mrs. King! This is Jane. Mike didn’t come to school today. 1
King: He is ill.
Jane: Oh, 2
King: Thanks for calling, Jane.
Jane: May I speak to him now?
King: 3 He is coming.
(A moment later.)
Jane: Hello, Mike! How are you feeling now?
Mike: A little better. But I still have a headache and a cough.
Mike: Yes. The doctor asked me to take some medicine and stay in bed for a few days.
Jane: 5 and you’ll be well soon.
Mike: Thank you.
1. What’s wrong with him?/ What’s the matter with him?
2. I’m sorry to hear that.
3. Hold on, please./ Just a moment, please./Wait a minute, please.
4. Did you go to see a doctor? / Have you seen a doctor?
5. Follow the doctor’s advice./ You should have a good rest./ You had better have a good rest.