What__________ it is this morning! Let’s have a day out.
A. a good weather B. good weather
C. a bad weather D. bad weather
How to beat sadness
We all have days when we are down, tired and unhappy. That’s OK. You need days like this, or how would you know you are happy？You’ll enjoy your good days even more when you have a few bad days. Even if sadness is a part of life, Let’s try to make it small. Here are a few simple ways to help you fell better when you are feeling sad.
1.Stand up straight and this helps your energy flow(流动).When your energy is flowing freely, you can flow too.
2.Smile!It’s easy to do and have good results. This way can not only leave you in a good mood(情绪)but also bring others a good mood.
3.Listen to music. It can be your favourite music. some kinds of music work better than others, so try and find out what kind of music works the best for you.
4.Take some“me”time. You can find pleasure in reading a book, watching a sunrise or having a hot bath, or something like that.
5.Exercise.Even something as simple as taking a walk will get your blood flowing. It is a great way to clear your mind of anything that makes you sad.
These ways will cheer you up when you are down, but don’t just use them when you are sad. Try and practice them every day to make them a habit. You will be surprised to learn that these simple ways will keep your sadness away. But if you are in a deep depression(沮丧)，go to see a doctor.
◆It is OK to feel down,【1】and unhappy.
Simple【3】to cheer you up
◆Stand up straight so that your【4】can flow freely.
◆【5】at others because it can bring you and others a good mood.
◆Listen to your【6】music because it works the best.
◆【7】pleasure in everyday life, such as watching a sunrise.
◆Take a walk and you can clear your【8】of sad things.
◆Try to make these simple ways a【9】.
There is a Chinese s【1】about an old famer who had an old horse for farming. One day the horse escaped into the hills and, when all the other neighbors took p【2】on the old man over his bad luck, the farmer replied, “Bad luck? Good luck? Who knows?”
A week later, the horse returned w【3】a lot of wild horses from the hills. This time the neighbors congratulated the farmer on his good l【4】 His reply was still, “Bad luck? Good luck? Who knows?”
Then when the f【5】son was going to train one of the wild horses, he f【6】off its back and broke his leg. Everyone t【7】this was very bad luck, but n【8】the farmer, whose only reaction was, “Bad luck? Good luck? Who knows?”
Some weeks later, the army came into the village and made every healthy man j【9】the army. When they saw the farmer’s son with his b【10】leg, they let him off. Now was that good luck? Who knows?
I’m really thankful to our government, for it provides us with such a good training program. The training greatly helps us live well. I will certainly study hard and learn the skills. Then I can___________________my family difficulties and do good to other people.” a learner on the job training program said, feeling_______.
The learner’s grandfather is nearly 80 years old, and his mother is______in bed. So his father, who is a farmer, is the main______of the family. The family is poor. The learner graduated（毕业） from high school and did not______the college entrance exam（大学入学考试）.The job training program helps him learn the skills that he’ll______in the workplace.
The story reminds（让……想起）me of another______.It goes like this: Once upon a time（从前）,there was a man who liked fishing very much, and was______to catch lots of fish every day. The man was a kind-hearted person, so he always______his fish with his neighbours who did not know how to fish. One day, he thought that it would be______if he taught them how to fish. So he_______his neighbours together and showed them how to fish. Everybody was very happy that they could______the fish they themselves caught.
At present, there are still a lot of poor people around the world. But it’s not good if we give only ______to them.______, we should give them a chance to learn new skills. Therefore（因此）, a technical training is very important to people in need, and the will learn how to______money. People can learn a lot of useful things in the training program and what they learn can help them on the way to find jobs.
【1】A. solve B. change C. study D. find
【2】A. surprised B. excited C. relaxed D. interested
【3】A. ill B. alone C. silent D. dangerous
【4】A. problem B. example C. relative（亲戚） D. support
【5】A. pass B. copy C. know D. mind
【6】A. repeat（重复） B. forget C. need D. test
【7】A. story B. learner C. family D. program
【8】A. afraid B. unlucky C. sorry D. able
【9】A. shared B. cooked C. exchanged（交换） D. weighed
【10】A. easy B. great C. useless D. crazy
【11】A. drove B. stopped C. called D. searched
【12】A. feed B. save C. touch D. eat
【13】A. time B. fish C. food D. toys
【14】A. Next B. Instead C. Luckily D. Especially（特别）
【15】A. pay B. give C. use D. make
A giant panda from the Beijing Zoo has been saved by a transfusion of blood from two black bears. But it’s still under special care, according to the Beijing Zoo.
Yong Liang, two years old, is the first giant panda raised from birth in the zoo. Last month zoo keepers found the panda was suffering from serious anaemia (贫血症), calling for urgent（紧急的）blood transfusion.
The best way, according to the zoo’s experts, to save Yong Liang from anemia would have been to transfuse blood from another panda. But it was the breeding (reproducing)(繁殖) season for giant pandas, making such a transfusion very difficult.
But the experts found that there exists（存在）a close consanguinity（血缘）between giant pandas and black bears, and so they decided to try to take blood from black bears in the zoo and transfuse it to Yong Liang.
With the help of hospitals and the Beijing Blood Donor Station, they made an experiment which proved that the red blood cells（细胞）in the blood of black bears can be used.
On the afternoon of February 15th, the first red blood cell transfusion was given to the giant panda, from 600 ml of black bear blood. Immediately the young panda started to recover.
【1】From the passage we can infer “transfusion of blood” means________.
A. 抽血 B. 供血 C. 运血 D. 输血
【2】The best title of the article should be _______.
A. Bear Blood Saves Panda B. A Successful Transfusion
C. Protecting Giant Pandas D. Yong Liang—A Giant Panda
【3】Which of the following is not true according to the article?
A. After the special transfusion, the young panda began to regain health.
B. The 2-year-old panda must have been born in the Beijing Zoo.
C. Giant pandas and black bears are of the same race (种族).
D. The transfusion was based on scientific research and experiments.
【4】They decided to try another way instead of the best way to save the panda because____.
A. it was the breeding season for the panda, Yong Liang
B. other pandas were producing young at that time
C. it was difficult to find other pandas
D. blood of pandas was too expensive
【5】This article must be taken from _____. .
A. a doctor’s diary B. a medical book
C. China Daily (中国日报) D. a story book
Without proper planning,tourism(旅游业) can cause problem. For example, too many tourists can make public places crowded, which are also enjoyed by the local people. If tourists cause too much traffic, the local people will feel unhappy. They begin to dislike tourists and treat them impolitely. But they forget how much tourism can help the local economy(经济). It is important to think about how tourism affects the local people. The local customs and beauty should be kept to attract the tourists by the local government. The local government should also care about the health and happiness of local people when developing tourism.
Too much tourism can he a problem. If tourism grows too quickly, people can leave other jobs to work in the tourism industry because they can make more money there. As a result, other parts of the local economy can become worse.
On the other hand, if there is not enough tourism, people can lose jobs，and businesses can also lose money. It coats much money to build large hotels, airports, firstclass roads, and other support facilities(设施) needed by tourist attractions. For example, each room of the firstclass tourism hotel usually costs about 50 thousand dollars. If the rooms of the hotel aren't used most of the time, the owner of the hotel will lose money.
Building a hotel is just a beginning. There must be many support facilities as well, including roads to get to the hotel, electricity and so on. All of these support facilities cost money. If these facilities are not used because there are not enough tourists, jobs and money are lost.
【1】How will the local people feel if tourists cause too much traffic?
【2】Is developing tourism helpful for the local economy?
【3】What should be kept by the local government to attract tourists?
【4】Why can people leave other jobs to work in the tourism industry?
【5】How much does it usually need to build a firstclass hotel room?
【1】There is much _______ (rain) today here.
【2】Too hot afternoons often make people ________ (sleep) and tired.
【3】. It was quite cold last night, and the lakes and rivers are _________ (freeze).
【4】Tell the children ________ (not play) in the street. It’s too dangerous.
【5】I hope it _______ (be) sunny tomorrow because we will have a trip around the city.
【6】In summer, people are lucky ________ (enjoy) many sunny days at the beaches.
【7】In April, it’s quite rainy. Sometimes the sudden heavy rain _________ (cause) a lot of
【8】In middle autumn, farmers are busy _________ (harvest) crops in the fields.
【9】The drivers had to drive more slowly and carefully as it got much___________(fog).
【10】Look! How hard it ____________ (snow) outside.