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Opportunities don’t come often. They come every once in a while. Very often, they come quietly and go by without  小题1:(notice). Therefore, it is advisable  小题2: you should value and treat them with care. When an opportunity comes, it brings a promise but never realizes it小题3:  its own. If you want to achieve something  小题4:  intend to fulfill one of your ambitions, you must work hard, make efforts and get prepared.   小题5:, you will take no advantage of opportunities when they come to visit you. The difference between a man who succeeds and   小题6:
who does not lies only in the way each treats opportunities. The successful person always makes adequate preparations to meet opportunities as they duly arrive. The   小题7: (success) person, on小题8:  other hand, works little and just waits to see them pass by. 1n my opinion, there are plenty of opportunities for everyone in our society, but only those who are prepared adequately and qualified   小题9: (high) can make use of them to achieve   小题10:  purposes.
The secret of success is what you say not what you think. Several years ago, I started representing a new service in the       . I started out like a wildfire and within     a few days I had reached stardom(明星的地位) within the company. About a year into it. I started to work with a young lady who always said the most     and defeating things I’d ever heard in my life.         , I found myself repeating the very same defeatism(失败情绪), which       my sales dropping and my shining stardom fading away, and I couldn’t understand       .
At first, I       myself to say negative things about       , and then after some       ,
the tables turned and I began to     those things about myself. Before long, I had   51
myself into being a failure. Did it happen       ? No, it snuck(偷偷跑来) its way into my life; little by little. I’m sure you’re       what I did to get out of that hole that I dug for myself. I started to talk myself back into being       ; I printed lists of       things to say about myself, most of which was the exact     of what I felt about myself at the time.
In order to achieve anything in life, you have to       believe that you can achieve it; in order to believe that you can achieve you have to think it’s possible; in order to think it’s possible you have to tell yourself it is. Yes, it will take time for you to get to a place where you finally believe you can accomplish what you set out to achieve, but the first person you have to     is yourself. I dare you to write positive things down about yourself and start saying them to yourself every morning, at lunch and just before you go to bed for the next 30 days and see for yourself the     that it can make. You have nothing to       except the negative and that wouldn’t be such a bad thing.
小题1:
A.careerB.school C.marketplaceD.hospital
小题2:
A.justB.evenC.aloneD.yet
小题3:
A.positiveB.activeC.reliableD.negative
小题4:
A.SimplyB.EventuallyC.ActuallyD.Hopefully
小题5:
A.resulted fromB.resulted inC.preventedD.protected
小题6:
A.why B.howC.whichD.when
小题7:
A.advisedB.allowedC.forbadeD.forced
小题8:
A.anyoneB.everyoneC.someoneD.others
小题9:
A.dislikeB.prideC.disappointmentsD.pleasure
小题10:
A.thinkB.speakC.sayD.find
小题11:
A.toldB.lookedC.1eftD.talked
小题12:
A.unfortunatelyB.overnightC.carefullyD.slowly
小题13:
A.wonderingB.noticingC.rememberingD.reflecting
小题14:
A.successfulB.honestC.hardworkingD.special
小题15:
A.passiveB.rudeC.positiveD.silly
小题16:
A.thoughtB.awareC.sameD.opposite
小题17:
A.onlyB.firstC.veryD.1ast
小题18:
A.catchB.arrangeC.remindD.convince
小题19:
A.advanceB.stepC.differenceD.change
小题20:
A.loseB.prepareC.takeD.keep
What is life's greatest gift?   小题1:  Choice is the ability to select one course of action from a set of alternatives to achieve a goal. What is so great about choice? It transform us from dumb animals into artist. Each of us becomes another Michelangelo. Choice becomes nothing other than the tool we use to sculpt(雕刻) our life. The tool doesn’t come free, however, for the price of choice is responsibility.  小题2:   The reward is happiness.
Life is not still. It is a flow.   小题3:  We constantly need to monitor where we are on our journey. We need to ask questions: Am I moving closer to my goals? If not, what corrective measures can I take? What action will I take now to readjust(再调整) myself to my goals? Choice is power. Choice is at the heart of life. It is the creative power of life.
 小题4: And your life becomes more convenient or comfortable because of them. For example. you decide which stores to shop at and which gas station to go to. But the decisions that we make to sculpt our life are far mote important than deciding where to shop. The more we appreciate the difference between minor and major decisions, the greater the probability that we will experience happiness and fulfillment.
All chess lovers realize that it isn’t necessary to win to enjoy the game. The pleasure is in the playing. Life is like a chess game.  小题5:  
A.It is free will or choice.
B.You have to make choices every day.
C.Make the best moves you can under the circumstances.
D.But when we accept and carry it out, we get a great return.
E. Every choice we make leads us closer to or farther from our goals.
F. Life is full of hard choices, and the bigger they are, the harder they get.
G. Choose to carry out responsibilities not because you have to, but because you want to.
Have you ever thought, “I wish I could take a year off and just travel around the word?” Well, three lucky American teenagers were able to do just that. The teens — two males and one female — got an all-expenses paid, yearlong hike to five continents.
This trip didn’t include any five-star hotels or shopping funs. Eighteen-year-old Jamie Fiel from Keller, Texas, 17-year-old Arsen Ewing from Canyon, California, and 16-year-old Tyler Robinson from Lincoln, Massachusetts, didn’t expect fancy treatment. They signed up for the experience of a lifetime, which included hard work, often uncomfortable accommodations, and encounters with some of nature’s most dangerous animals and environments.
Jamie, Arsen, and Tyler were among hundreds of high school kids nominated by their science teachers to take this trip. Earthwatch Institute sponsored this adventure. Each year, Earthwatch employs thousands of volunteers worldwide to help with scientific research projects.
The group went all around the world to get a close look at the most pressing environmental issues of our time. Their assignments were as varied as their locations, and included measuring and attending pink flamingos in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley, and tracking giant sea turtles in Costa Rica.
As they worked with the Earthwatch scientists, Jamie, Arsen, and Tyler began to understand that we are at a critical moment in the life of our planet. Time for change is running out. As the teens went from country to country and witnessed different environmental dangers and challenges, they understood that solutions to important environmental issues start with the power of one person’s actions. They realized that each of them can make a difference.
小题1:These teenagers went on the journey around the world      .
A.to experience the most serous environmental problems on the earth
B.to bring the kindness of America to the other parts of the world
C.to go on sightseeing around the world
D.to call on more teenagers to join Earthwatch Institute
小题2:What’s TRUE about their journey?
A. They had to pay for their journey on their own expense.
B, They often had to move from one hotel to another.
C. They had to take great pains to collect environmental information.
D. They received a warm welcome every time they arrived at a new place.
小题3:It can be inferred that Earthwatch Institute could be          .
A. an international university that takes in students from all over the world
B. a TV station that makes programmes on the beautiful scenery of the earth
C. a travel agency that organizes adventure trips specially for school children
NSE Summer School is suitable for those who are at, or are about to start university. It will begin accepting applications in January, 2013.
Courses: Accounting and Finance; Economics; Management; Law; International Relations; Government and Society
Dates: Session 1:7 July一25 July
Session 2:28 July——15 August
Rate: Standard Rate: One session: $ 1400; Both sessions: $ 2400
Reduced Student Rate: One session: $ 1100; Both sessions: $ 1875
The reduced student rate applies to full—time students registered at a university or college anywhere in the world. Accommodation is not included, and fees range from $ 500 to $ 1000 for 20 nights.
Applicant requirements:
If you have studied in the USA then you do not need any additional English qualifications. Students from other countries will generally not require a visa to study at Summer School, you will enter the USA as a “Student Visitor”. You are permitted to change courses before the start of the program and within the first three days of the session.
Contact hours and teaching methods:
Summer School courses are full—time and normally consist of 48 contact hours over the three—week period, taking the form of 36 hours of lectures and 12 hours of classes. Lectures, attended by all students, take place in either the morning or afternoon supplemented by small one—hour classes, of approximately 15 students.
Assessment and examinations:
Assessment for Summer School is based upon the results of either two written examinations, or a final written examination and assessment work. Everyone is required to take the examinations and no exception can be made for any reason.
Summer School lecture series:
Famous economists—Tony Giddens and David Held一have agreed to give lectures to Summer School participants in July, 2013.
If any questions, please click here to see our Frequently Asked Questions/Contact Us Page.
小题1:During the course,        .
A.students can learn about everything from culture to science
B.students can choose not to attend the lectures they don’t like
C.world—famous economists will give students lessons every day
D.all the students must take part in the exams without any excuse
小题2:From the Passage, we can 1earn that          .
A.the program is specially designed for foreign students
B.NSE Summer School is a university—level program
C.students can change their courses whenever they want to
D.a visa is required to study at the NSE Summer School
小题3:The purpose of the advertisement is to        .
A.attract students to NSE Summer School
B.introduce famous economists to students
C.help students to pass the final exams
D.advertise for new staff for university
小题4:You will most probably find this passage      .
A.in a newspaperB.in a guidebook
C.on a webpageD.in a magazine
最近,你们学校每天晚上组织学生收看《新闻联播》。对此,有人表示反对,认为学习任务繁重,耽误学习;也有人表示赞同,认为能使自己身心放松,而且了解国内外大事。请你写一篇100词左右的短文,发表一下自己的观点。开头已为你写好,不计入总词数。
Recently our school has set aside some time for students to watch The Daily News Broadcasting.
 
 
In a national spelling contest in America, an 11-year-old girl was asked to spell a certain word. But with her soft voice the judges were not sure if she spelled the word with the letter A or E.  小题1:   At that time, the girl knew she had misspelled the word. But instead of lying and telling the judges she had said the correct letter, she told the truth that she had said the wrong letter.  小题2:  .
As the girl walked off the stage, the entire audience stood on their feet clapping to applaud her honesty. Later, dozens of newspaper wrote about this 11-year-old girl’s courage and honesty, even when it cost her the contest.  小题3:
Probably the biggest test of our character and honesty is what we would do if we knew we would never get caught.
This young girl could easily have lied,and nobody would have known it but her. But that’s just it: She would know she did wrong.  小题4:
This young girl was strong and smart enough to prize her own conscience and character more than the prize from a spelling contest. Her respect for herself was more important than any respect others might give her for winning a contest. She knew she would have to live with herself and the choice she made at the moment.小题5: 
A.So she won the contest.
B.As a result, she lost the contest.
C.The judges wanted to give her another chance.
D.It’s been said, “If you cheat, you make yourself cheap.”
E. It’s so true that the choices you make today make what you are tomorrow.
F. They talked it over and finally decided to simply ask her what she had said.
G. But the fact is that she won the biggest contest that day: the contest of her character.
Low-Cost Gifts for Mother’s Day
Gift No. 1
Offer to be your mother’s health friend. Promise to be there for any and all doctor’s visits whether a disease or a regular medical check-up. Most mothers always say “no need,” but another set of eyes and ears is always a good idea at a doctor’s visit. The best part? This one is free.
Gift No. 2
Help your mother organize all of her medical records, which include the test results and medical information. Put them all in one place. Be sure to make a list of all of her medicines and what times she takes them. “Having all this information in one place could end up saving your mother’s life,” Dr. Marie Savard said.
Gift No. 3
Enough sleep is connected to general health conditions. “Buy your mother cotton sheets and comfortable pillows to encourage better sleep,” Savard said. “We know that good sleep is very important to our health.”
Gift No. 4
Some gift companies such as Presents for Purpose allow you to pay it forward this Mother’s Day by picking gifts in which 10 percent of the price you pay goes to a charity(慈善机构). Gift givers can choose from a wide variety of useful but inexpensive things—many of which are “green” —and then choose a meaningful charity from a list. When your mother gets the gift, she will be told that she has helped the chosen charity.
小题1:What are you advised to do for your mother at doctor’s visits?
A.Fake notes.B.Be with her.
C.Buy medicine.D.Give her gifts.
小题2:What can be a gift of organization for your mother?
A.Keeping her medical information together.
B.Buying all gifts for her from one company.
C.Making a 1ist of her medical check-ups.
D.Storing her medicines in a safe place.
小题3:Where can you find a gift idea to improve your mother’s sleep?
A.In Gift No. 1.B.In Gift No. 2.
C.In Gift No. 3.D.In Gift No. 4.
小题4:Buying gifts from Presents for Purpose allows mothers to       .
A.enjoy good sleepB.be well-organized
C.get extra supportD.give others help
Going green seems to be a fad(时尚) for a lot of people these days. Whether that is good or bad, we can’t really say, but for the two of us, going green is not a fad but a lifestyle.
On April 22,2012, we decided to go green every single day for an entire year. This meant doing 365 different green things, and It also meant challenging ourselves to go green beyond the easy things. Rather than recycle and reduce our energy, we had to think of 365 different green things to do and this was no easy task.
With the idea of going green every single day for a year, Our Green Year started. My wife and I decided to educate people about how they could go green in their lives and hoped we could show people all the green things that could be done to help the environment. We wanted to push the message that every little bit helps.
Over the course of Our Green Year, we completely changed our lifestyles. We now shop at organic(有机的) stores. We consume less meat, choosing green food. We have greatly reduced our buying we don’t need. We have given away half of what we owned through websites. Our home is kept clean by vinegar and lemon juice, with no chemical cleaners. We make our own butter, enjoying the smell of home-made fresh bread. In our home office anyone caught doing something ungreen might be punished.
Our minds have been changed by Our Green Year. We are grateful for the chance to have been able to go green and educate others. We believe that we do have the power to change things and help our planet.
小题1:What might be the best title for the passage?
A.Going GreenB.Protecting the Planet
C.Keeping Open-MindedD.Celebrating Our Green Year
小题2:It was difficult for the couple to live a green life for the whole year because        .
A.they were expected to follow the green fad
B.they didn’t know how to educate other people
C.they were unwilling to reduce their energy
D.they needed to perform unusual green tasks
小题3:What did the couple do over the course of Our Green Year?
A.They tried to get out of their ungreen habits.
B.They ignored others’ ungreen behavior.
C.They chose better chemical cleaners.
D.They sold their home-made food.
小题4:What can we infer from the last paragraph?
A.The government will give support to the green project.
B.The couple may continue their project in the future.
C.Some people disagree with the couple’s green ideas.
D.Our Green Year is becoming a national campaign.
I went to a group activity, “Sensitivity Sunday”, which was to make us more       the problems faced by disabled people. We were asked to “   a disability” for several hours one Sunday. Some members,     , chose to use wheelchairs. Others wore sound—blocking earplugs(耳塞) or blindfolds(眼罩).
Just sitting in the wheelchair was a      experience. I had never considered before how      it would be to use one. As soon as I sat down, my      made the chair begin to roll. Its wheels were not     . Then I wondered where to put my     . It took me quite a while to get the metal footrest(脚凳) into     . I took my first uneasy look at what was to be my only means of      for several hours. For disabled people, “adopting a wheelchair” is not a temporary     .
I tried to find a      position and thought it might be restful,      kind of nice, to be      around for a while. Looking around, I      I would have to handle the thing myself! My hands started to ache as I      the heavy metal wheels. I came to know that controlling the           of the wheelchair was not going to be a(n)      task.
My wheelchair experiment was soon    . It made a deep impression on me. A few hours of “disability” gave me only a taste of the     , both physical and mental, that disabled people must overcome.
小题1:
A.curious aboutB.interested inC.aware ofD.careful with
小题2:
A.cureB.preventC.adoptD.analyze
小题3:
A.insteadB.strangelyC.as usualD.like me
小题4:
A.learningB.workingC.satisfyingD.relaxing
小题5:
A.convenientB.awkwardC.boringD.exciting
小题6:
A.heightB.forceC.skillD.weight
小题7:
A.lockedB.repairedC.poweredD.grasped
小题8:
A.handsB.feetC.keysD.handles
小题9:
A.placeB.actionC.playD.effect
小题10:
A.operationB.communicationC.transportationD.production
小题11:
A.explorationB.educationC.experimentD.entertainment
小题12:
A.flexibleB.safeC.startingD.comfortable
小题13:
A.yetB.justC.stillD.even
小题14:
A.shownB.pushedC.drivenD.guided
小题15:
A.realizedB.suggestedC.agreedD.admitted
小题16:
A.liftedB.turnedC.pressedD.seized
小题17:
A.pathB.positionC.directionD.way
小题18:
A.easyB.heavy C.majorD.extra
小题19:
A.forgottenB.repeatedC.conductedD.finished
小题20:
A.weaknessesB.challengesC.anxietiesD.illnesses