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  In students’ daily talks, celebrities(名人) are usually a hot topic, including their dress, behavior, families and other personal things. Then, is it a celebrity’s job(职责) to be a good role model? Please read the following students’ debate.







1.What does the underlined word “inappropriate” mean?

A.难以言说的 B.非同寻常的

C.不恰当的 D.不公正的

2.According to the cons, how do some people become famous?

A.By working hard at what they love.

B.By setting a good example to others.

C.By making good choices for themselves.

D.By getting support from others.

3.What conclusion(结论) can we draw from their opinions?

A.When you become a celebrity, you have been a good role model too.

B.Even though a celebrity makes mistakes, young people should follow him.

C.Whether a celebrity is a role model or not, he should care about his behavior.

D.We must try to be a celebrity.

[主旨大意] 本文以成为好的榜样是名人的职责吗?”为话题,展开了辩论,陈述了正反两方的观点。

1.C 词义猜测题。根据正方观点最后一句 “…then their parents should be more careful about what they let their kids see.”可知此处指的是如果名人的生活方式不恰当的话,父母应该谨慎对待他们让孩子看到的内容。故选 C

2.A 细节理解题。根据反方观点第一个表格的第二句 “They are famous because they worked hard at what they love for a living.”可知他们有名是因为他们努力做好他们所热爱的事业。故选 A




Parents of very young children know this:You catch your child in the act of stealing the cookie — the evidence of candy written on his or her face.However,you get a wide­eyed denial:“I didn't do it!”

Learning to tell the truth,even at the risk of punishment,is an important part of moral (道德) development,and new research suggests it can take seven or more years for kids to get there.

Early in 2017 Professor Craig E.Smith published a study.He and his workmates chose 48 children between four and nine years of age.They told the kids a story about a boy or girl doing something wrong,such as taking a classmate's toy or candy,and then either lying about the wrongdoing to a parent or confessing (承认) it.In each case,they asked the children,“How would the child feel?How would the mother feel?”

The children's answers were generally divided according to age, which is in agreement with the above research, showing a gradual growth of moral understanding in early childhood. More of the four­to­five­year olds thought the child in the story would feel better keeping the stolen candy,lying and getting unpunished.They imagined the parent in the study would be angry with the child who confessed.However,the seven­to­nine­year­olds were more likely (可能的) to think the child would feel better confessing the crime and that the parent would have positive (积极的) feelings towards a confessor.

Smith says, “Kids of all ages who expect that a parent would feel happy about a child's confession are more likely to tell the truth rather than lie.Reward the honesty even if you feel you must punish the wrong action.”He adds,what parents can learn from these studies is to listen calmly without getting angry right away when their child confesses.

(  )6.What does the underlined word“denial”in Paragraph 1 mean?

A.委屈  B.责备

C.否认  D.拒绝

(  )7.Paragraph 2 mainly tells us______.

A.kids can't tell“right”from“wrong”

B.it takes time for kids to learn to tell the truth

C.it's wrong to punish kids for telling the truth

D.all the kids are willing to confess to a bad act

(  )8.What did Smith and his workmates find in their study?

A.Older kids are more likely than younger children to confess to a bad act.

B.Younger children are more likely than older kids to confess to a bad act.

C.The four­to­five­year­olds would feel better confessing the crime.

D.The seven­to­nine­year­olds thought parents would be angry with their confessions.

(  )9.According to Professor Smith,what can parents learn from these studies?

A.Parents should at once punish the children who lied.

B.Parents should tell children the wrongness of lying.

C.Parents should never get angry after their children's confessions.

D.Parents should show positive feelings about their children's confessions.

(  )10. What does the passage mainly talk about?

A.Children often like making mistakes when they are young.

B.A research about 48 children between four and nine years of age.

C.Reward the honesty even if you feel you must punish the wrong action.

D.How the parents treat their children when their children make mistakes.

 参考答案6~10 C B A D D 




Dear Annie,

I’ve never written a letter to a newspaper before, I have just never felt the need to do such a thing. I have always felt I was quite able to do everything by myself,   1.   .

Sometimes you really need help in life, I guess. And that’s why I’m writing this letter to you.

I have a happy family. I love my children and they love me. I’m a mother of three children. I know well how to bring up(养大) children, and two of them are already over twenty, so it is nothing new for me.

But now I have a serious problem: the Internet problem. My little son is just sixteen, and I feel he should do a lot of homework now,   2.  . He can happily spend six or eight hours at a time on the Internet every day. He chats with people that he has never met before,   3.   . He does lots of meaningless things on the Internet. And he sees red(大怒) if you ask him to do his homework.

I just want him to be a good student. Now he seldom does his lessons at home. I’m afraid he will drop behind in his class soon. His father is a doctor, a very kind man.   4.   .

What can I do? And don’t tell to talk to him. We’ve tried that and it didn’t work. But this is really a big problem in our family. I have tried everything I can think of.    5.   . You are my last hope. Please tell me what I can do!


Ellen Smith


1.B      2.A       3.C      4.E        5.D













  Nowadays, more and more teenagers have too much pressure. They think they should 1.     allowed to practice their hobbies. But their parents think the hobbies can 2.      (阻碍)their schoolwork. Should parents allow their children to make their own decisions? 

Liu Ying, a fifteen-year-old girl, is a 3.s     star at school. She always wants to be a professional singer when she 4.      (长大). However, her parents don’t want her to 5.     [ˈpræktɪs] singing because they think their daughter should study hard to 6.      (取得好成绩) and go to a good university. “She needs to spend more time 7.     her homework because it’s difficult to become a professional singing star,” 8.s     her father. But Liu Ying really disagrees. “I know my parents 9.     (关心) me. And they hope that I will have a better life in the future. But I am serious 10.     singing. I should be allowed to make my own decision to 11.a     my dream,” says Liu Ying. 

Doctors say lots of pressure is 12.b     for children’s development. Society should 13.      (注意) the health of teenagers. 14.P     have to own the correct attitude towards the students’ development. Although it’s normal to want successful children, it’s even more important to have healthy 15.     happy children!


1.be 2.get in the way of 3.singing 4.grows up 5.practice

6.get good grades 7.on/doing 8.says 9.care about 10.about 

11.achieve    12.bad 13.pay attention to 14.Parents 15.and


Yesterday we went to plant trees on the hill near                 

 our school. The boys were made dig pits(坑).The    1.____________

girls were told to plant the young trees into the pits.       2.____________

All of us worked very hardly. Soon we were all wet    3.____________

with sweat. After the young trees planted, we     4.____________

began to water it. The water was at the foot of     5.____________

the hill. But we stood in line to pass pails(桶)        6.____________

of water from one to another up to the hill.                     

We did not finish water the trees until it          7.____________

was dark. Though we were tired, we feel very happy.    8.____________








7.water改为 watering。







48.句意:在所有树苗都被栽好以后。the young trees和plant 是被动关系,因此要用被动语态。故在planted前加 were。

49.句意:我们开始给它们浇水。很多树苗,因此要用them,不能用 it。


51.句意:直到天黑我们才完成浇水。finish doing sth“完成做某事”,故将water改为watering。