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12.
COMMERCIAL INVOICE(发货单)
Date:December 10,2016                  Invoice No:D15454978E
Purchase Order No:8928                         Bill of loading/Air Waybill No:2309456703W
Contact name:Dan Richman
Company name:Scan Technology,Ltd.
Company address:2,South Wabash
Chicago,IL60637
Telephone number:(1)319 554 811
E-mail:danrichman@scantech.com
CONSIGN EE(收件人)
Contact name:Lee Haojie
Company name:First Computers Co.
Company address:35 HeDong Road Beijing,China
Telephone number:(86)134591102
E-mail:haojie@first.com.cn
Goods DescriptionModel numberQuantityCountry of OriginUnit ValueTotal Value
80211 Handheld
Scanner
80211013USA$120.00$360.00
80211Base Communicator80211831USA$200.00$200.00
80211 Cables and
Connectors
80211113USA$30.50$91.50
Comments:Mr.Lee,I am able to offer a 8% discount since your total purchase is above $500.We value your business and are looking forward to more opportunities with you.Invoice Sub Total$651.50
Discount$52.12
Insurance$0.00
Invoice Total$599.38
Shipper's signature
:Dan Richman
Number of Package1
Total Weight5.15kg
To:Debbie Hu
From:Lee Haojie
Subject:Handheld Scanners
Ms.Hu,I received the parcel from Scan Technology 1 piece.The scanner model they sent is correct,and the quantity is right.However,I've discovered the cables and connectors are all wrong.They are not suitable for the model 8021101.
Can you do me a small favor and go through the product information website and see if the cables and connectors are still compatible (兼容的)with the 8021101 scanners?I have no wish to unpack the cables and connectors and try connecting them to the scanners.I believe we will have problem asking for an exchange if the cables and connectors are not compatible.If the website suggests an incompatibility,please contact Dan Richman and request an exchange for the collect model.(Refer to the invoice for his e-mail address.)
I will only use the scanners for our project once we have resolved the exchange issue.We should not proceed unless we get confirmation (证实)on their compatibility.I am looking to resolve this in the shortest possible time as it would be disastrous to wait for this exchange without making progress on the project.
Haojie21.Which of the following information is NOT included in the invoice?A
A.The weight of the individual items.
B.The sender's address.
C.The names of the items sent.
D.The consignee's contact number.
22.What can be indicated from the invoice?C
A.Mr.Lee is a regular customer.
B.The company only sends shipments to China.
C.The company provides a discount on purchases of over 500.
D.The shipment will arrive at its point of destination on December 10.
23.What is stopping Mr.Lee from opening all the packages?D
A.He wants to send them back.
B.He is going to forward them to Ms.Hu.
C.He received some items addressed to someone else.
D.He wants to double-check on the adaptability of some items.
24.Which of the following does Ms.Hu need to know from the invoice if the cables are found to be incompatible with the scanner?B
A.Model number:8021101
B.E-mail a dress:danrich m an@scantech.com
C.Company address:35HeDong Road
D.Air Waybill No:2309456703W.

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11.据最新一项调查发现,"低头族"正以星火燎原之势蔓延.假定你是李华,请根据以下要点提示,用英语给《二十一世纪报》编辑部写一封读者来信,以引起社会各界对此的广泛关注.
1.描述这一现象;2.分析其原因及弊端;=3.你认为该如何改变现状.
注意:1.词数100左右;2.但可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;3.开头和结尾已给出,不记入总词数.
参考词汇:低头族phubbing
Dear editor,
I'm writing to you about a common phenomenon to draw it to the public attention.
As is often the case,when people are having meals,waiting for buses or even walking along streets,they are always addicted to their phones,heads hanging down,completely ignoring others.
The reason for the increasing number of phubbings everywhere is that smart phones nowadays can be used for people to do nearly everything,such as playing mobile games,shopping online and keeping in touch with friends through QQ.However,too much exposure to phones is harmful for their health and safety.Moreover,people engaged in phones fail to communicate well with those around them.
Personally,people should wisely use their phones to help with their work and study.Meanwhile they'd better care more about their family and friends rather than phones.
Best wishes to you!.

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10.Meet Ben Saunders:adventurer,athlete,motivational speaker.Ben,at the age of 23,was the youngest man to ski solo (单人滑雪) to the North Pole.He dragged a 180-kilogramme sledge (雪橇) over 1,420 miles through the worst Arctic conditions.This year,as well as planning a return to the Arctic,Ben plans to ski solo from the Antarctic coast to the South Pole and back in the autumn,carrying all his supplies on his sledge.
Ben Saunders was fired after persuading the firm to support his disorganized first adventure."Everything that could go wrong did go wrong.We were attacked by a bear.We started running out of food.It was just desperate.And we didn't get to the Pole; we didn't get there,so we had no media interest.No one heard about it:no book deal,and no speaking.I was so unhappy."
People said it was impossible for me to get to the Pole.I said,"No,I can get there,"and I did.Self-belief,I see it as being a bit like a muscle-it's my belief that the more you stretch (伸展) yourself,the stronger it gets.If you never do anything that's uncomfortable or risky then your self-belief gets weaker.So that's one of the lessons I've figured out along the way.The thing that I've stretched and tested is my self-belief.
"My Antarctic adventure is just practicable and that's what is exciting to me.If I kne w it was possible,if I knew I could do it without too much bother,I wouldn't be interested."Why?"Personally I'm attracted by the human performance element to it.Not that long ago,running a marathon was seen as the top point of human attempt,and now I wouldn't be that surprised if my mum said she was going to run one next year."
People's horizons (见识) are changing."I'm not particularly gifted,and I'm absolutely average.I've just chosen this one goal to achieve and I've been working hard to realize it.That's it.And that's the thing that attracts me:with enough training and enough determination,enough focus and preparation,how far can we go?And I don't think I've found out yet."

24.What do we know about Ben Saunders'first adventure?B
A.It was supported by his company.
B.There was no press coverage.
C.It was well planned and organized.
D.He actually reached the North Pole.
25.According to Ben Saunders,if you want to stretch your self-belief,you shouldA.
A.try something adventurous     B.often test your confidence   
C.aim to reach the North Pole    D.always stretch your muscles
26.Ben Saunders was excited about his Antarctic adventure becauseC.
A.he wanted to exercise his body
B.he liked running a marathon
C.he knew it might be achievable
D.he was sure he could do it easily
27.What can we learn from the last paragraph?C
A.We may never know our possibilities and energies.
B.We have to change our views about adventure.
C.We should have a reason for going on an adventure.
D.We have to be especially talented to have an adventure.

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9.The Great War Exhibition
When:Sun 10Jan,9:00am-6:00pm
Mon 11Jan,9:00am-6:00pm
Where:Dominion Museum Building,15Buckle Street,Wellington
Restrictions:All Ages
Ticket Information:Admission Free
The journey is rich in personal stories which tell of the great experience of the battlefields and the hardships at home during war-time New Zealand.The visitors will experience the desperate horrors and the victories of the human spirit that were part of the Great War.
Kaipara Coast Plants & Sculpture Gardens
When:Sun 10Jan,9:00am-5:00pm
Mon 11Jan,9:00am-5:00pm
Where:1481Kaipara Coast Highway (SH16),Auckland
Restrictions:All Ages
Ticket Information:
●Adults:﹩10.00
●Children5-13:﹩5.00
●Groups 10:﹩8.00
●Over60&.Students(withID):﹩9.00
Come and enjoy a relaxed art and garden experience.Sculptures are for sale and the display changes completely ever 12moths with the new exhibition opening in December each year to give you a fresh experience each time you come.
Dream Works Animation
When:Sun 10Jan,10:00am-6:00pm
Mon 11Jan,10:00am-6:00pm
Where:Te Papa,55 Cable St,Wellington
Restrictions:All Ages
Ticket Information:
●Adults:﹩15.00
●Children&Students3-15(with Student ID):﹩6.00
●Children under 3:﹩0.00
The exh ibition features over 400 items,including rare concept drawing,models,interviews,and original artworks.Adults and kids can get creative with real animation tools,and soar above the clouds in the Dragon Flight experience from How to Train Your Dragon.
Balls,Bullets and Boots
When:Sun 10 Jan,9:00 am-4:30 pm
Mon 11Jan,9:00 am-4:30 pm
Where:National Army Museum,1 Hassett Dr,SH1,Waiouru
Restrictions:All Ages
Ticket Information:Door Sales Only
The exhibition explores the impact the cruel reality of war had on colonial sportsmen and their loved ones as they were transplanted from the rugby fields of home to fight.

21.If a couple with their son aged 5 attend the second and the third exhibitions,how much should they pay?A
A.﹩61.B.﹩53.C.﹩75.D.﹩82.
22.Which of the following may attract a sport-lover most?B
A.The Great War Exhibition.
B.Balls,Bullets and Boots.
C.Dream Works Animation.
D.Kaipara Coast Plants & Sculpture Gardens.
23.The main purpose of the text is toA.
A.Attract more visitors to join in the exhibitions
B.Persuade people to study history seriously
C.Advise people to spend more time with families
D.Compare the differences of four different exhibitions.

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8.Researchers in the psychology department at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) have discovered a major difference in the way men and women respond to stress.This difference may explain why men are more likely to suffer from stress-related disorders.
Until now,psychological research has maintained that both men and women have the same"fight-or-flight"reaction to stress.In other words,individuals either react with aggressive behavior,such as verbal or physical conflict ("fight"),or they react by withdrawing from the stressful situation ("flight").However,the UCLA research team found that men and women have quite different biological and behavioral responses to stress.While men often react to stress in the fight-or-flight response,women often have another kind of reaction which could be called"tend and befriend."That is,they often react to stressful conditions by protecting and nurturing their young ("tend"),and by looking for social contact and support from others-especially other females ('befriend").
Scientists have long known that in the fight-or-flight reaction to stress,an important role is played by certain hormones(激素) released by the body.The UCLA research team suggests that the female tend-or-befriend response is also based on a hormone.This hormone,called oxytocin,has been studied in the context of childbirth,but now it is being studied for its role in the response of both men and women to stress.The principal investigator,Dr.Shelley E.Taylor,explained that"animals and people with high levels of oxytocin are calmer,more relaxed,more  social,and less anxious."While men also secrete(分泌)oxytocin,its effects are reduced by male hormones.
In terms of everyday behavior,the UCLA study found that women are far more likely than men to seek social contact when they are feeling stressed.They may phone relatives or friends,or ask directions if they are lost.
The study also showed how fathers and mothers responded differently when they came home to their family after a stressful day at work.The typical father wanted to be left alone to enjoy some peace and quiet.For a typical mother,coping with a bad day at work meant focusing her attention on her children and their needs.
The differences in responding to stress may explain the fact that women have lower frequency of stress-related disorders such as high blood pressure or aggressive behavior.The tend-and-befriend regulatory(调节的) system may protect women against stress,and this may explain why women on average live longer than men.

32.The UCLA study shows that in response to stress,men are more likely than women toC.
A.turn to friends for help
B.solve a conflict calmly
C.find an escape from reality
D.seek comfort from children
33.Which of the following is true about oxytocin according to the passage?D
A.Men have the same level of oxytocin as women do.
B.Oxytocin used to be studied in both men and women.
C.Both animals and people have high levels of oxytocin.
D.Oxytocin has more of an effect on women than on men.
34.What can be learned from the passage?C
A.Male hormones help build up the body's resistance to stress.
B.In a family a mother cares more about children than a father does.
C.Biological differences lead to different behavioral responses to stress.
D.The UCLA study was designed to confirm previous research findings.
35.Which of the following might be the best title of the passage?A
A.How men and women get over stress
B.How men and women suffer from stress
C.How researchers overcome stress problems
D.How researchers handle stress-related disorders.

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7.Next time you need directions,maybe you can ask an ant.These little creatures are masters of navigation(导航)that some can find their way home whether they're walking forward or backward,according to a study in Current Biology.
Ants often travel long to bring back the food to their nests.But how do they know where they're going?
Researchers went to Spain to mess with some desert ants.They found an active nest and surrounded it with barriers that forced the foraging(搜寻)ants to follow a particular path back home.Once the ants were familiar with the maze,the researchers would take them up,hand them pieces of a cookie and then put them back in a different location,one that required taking a 90 degree turn to get to the nest.
The research found that the ants carrying a small,easy-to-carry piece would run forward with confidence and were able to head on home.Some ants,however,would drop the cookie and turn around to take a look at the scenery,which allowed the six-legged experts to reset their inner maps,catch their cookies and head in the right direction.
These ants seem to use sky clues,like the position of the sun,to keep them on track.When the researchers used a mirror to make it look like the sun on the other side of the sky,the cornered ants would turn tail for the opposite direction.
So ants integrate(整合)a lot of information to successfully bring home the food.

28.What does the word"maze"in Paragraph 3 probably refer to?D
A.A nest that active ants live in.
B.An experiment that is done in the desert.
C.A method that helps to locate food.
D.A place that consists of confusing paths.
29.Why did some ants stop to look at the scenery?C
A.To get over the man-made barriers.
B.To enjoy the scenery along the route.
C.To ensure they're in the right direction.
D.To check directions with their maps.
30.According to the passage,what probably helps the ants find their way home?A
A.The position of the sun.
B.One particular path.
C.A 90 degree turn.
D.Pieces of a cookie.
31.Where does this passage probably come from?C
A.An adventure novel.
B.A geography textbook.
C.A science magazine.
D.A tourist brochure.

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6.The London Book Fair 2017 will take place from June 12 to April 14 at the grand Olympia,West London.This guide aims to make your visit to London as enjoyable as possible.
●Getting to Olympia,London
Train/Tube
Olympia is the only venue(集合地)in London with a rail station-Kensington.It's served by the London National Rail networks.A further 5underground lines are connected;only a short walk away.Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk for more information.
●Parking
If you are traveling by car,it is best to book your car parking in advance through the office at 020 7598 2515,or through the website:www.parkingolympia.co.uk.
●Restaurants/Bars
London has an extraordinary range of restaurant and bar options featuring incredible food and drink.For a hand-picked selection of the best ones in the Olympia area,pick up a copy of our LBF 2017Gastro Guide upon arrival or visit:www.foodolympia.co.uk.
●Hotel
Dovetail Foks are the official accommodation agent for LBF 2017.They provide a selection of accommodation options for everyone coming to London for the Fair.Contact information:Jessica@hotelmap.com or www.hotelolympia.co.uk.
●What's on
Make the most of your time in London by experiencing everything it has to offer-films,theatre,art,clubs,shops and so much more!Go to www.timeout.com/london for what's on during The London Book Fair and plan your stay in our amazing city.
●Terms
Tickets are available for purchase online only until 9:00a.m.Friday,June 6,2017.Once the payment has been accepted,you can download and print your ticket.After June 6,tickets will be available at the Ticket Box Office.Remember to show your ticket at the entrance.

25.To book car-parking service for LBF 2017,visitors canC.
A.visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
B.email Jessica@hoteImap.com
C.give a call at 020 7598 2515
D.go to the Ticket Box Office
26.Tickets for the LBF 2017B.
A.are available online on June 10
B.will be checked at the entrance
C.can only be bought at the ticket office
D.will be emailed to you after purchase
27.Where can you find information about the latest films?A
A.www.timeout.com/london
B.www.hoteloIympia.co.uk
C.www.foodolympia.co.uk
D.www.parkingolympia.co.uk.

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5.While Andrew was getting ready for work one Friday morning,he announced to his wife that he had finally decided to ask his boss for a salary raise.All day Andrew felt nervous and anxious as he thought about the upcoming showdown.What if Mr.Larchmont refused to grant his request?Andrew had worked so hard in the last 18months and landed some great accounts for Braer and Hopkins Advertising Agency.Of course,he deserved a wage increase.
The thought of walking into Larchmont's office left Andrew weak in the knees.Late in the afternoon he was finally courageous enough to approach his superior.To his delight and surprise,the ever-frugal(一向节俭的)Harvey Larchmont agreed to give Andrew a raise!
Andrew arrived home that evening-despite breaking all city and state speed limits-to a beautiful table set with their best china,and candles lit.His wife,Tina,had prepared a delicate meal including his favorite dishes.Immediately he figured someone from the office had tippedher off!
Next to his plate Andrew found a beautiful lettered note.It was from his wife.It read:"Congratulations,my love!I knew you'd get the raise!I prepared this dinner to show just how much I love you.I am so proud of your accomplishments!"He read it and stopped to reflect on how sensitive and caring Tina was.
After dinner,Andrew was on his way to the kitchen to get dessert when he observed that a second card had slipped out of Tina's pocket onto the floor.He bent forward to pick it up.It read:"Don't worry about not getting the raise!You do deserve one!You are a wonderful provider and I prepared this dinner to show you just how much I love you even though you did not get the increase."
Suddenly tears swelled in Andrew's eyes.Total acceptance!Tina's support for him was not conditional upon his success at work.
The fear of rejection is often softened and we can undergo almost any setback or rejection when we know someone loves us regardless of our success or failure.

21.What was Andrew's plan that Friday?D
A.To get a job with the Braer and Hopkins Advertising Agency.
B.To celebrate his success with his wife at home.
C.To ask his boss to come for dinner.
D.To request a wage increase from his boss.
22.On his way back home,AndrewA.
A.was too anxious to share the news               B.felt weak in the knees
C.was punished by the traffic policeman            D.couldn't wait to enjoy a meal
23.Which of the following statements about the story is FALSE?B
A.Andrew was afraid that his request would lead to disaster.
B.One of Andrew's colleagues had told his wife the good news.
C.Andrew had worked very hard and done his part for the company.
D.Andrew's boss agreed to his request.
24.We can conclude from the text thatC.
A.we should never be afraid to ask for what is due to us
B.work hard and you will be rewarded
C.unconditional love brings courage and strength
D.many fears turn out to be unfounded.

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4.假设你是李华,是你校模拟联合国大会主席.你校将举办第五次模联活动,请给你们的外教Smith老师写封信,邀请他担任指导老师(advisor).
信的内容包括:
1.主题:全球气候;
2.举办时间和地点;
3.指导老师的任务.
注意:
1.词数100左右;
2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
模拟联合国大会MUN
Dear Mr.Smith,
Our school is going to hold the fifth Model United Nations on November 10 and 11 in Meeting Rooms One,Two and Three.The theme is global climate.We sincerely invite you to be one of the advisors.
There are some new members in MUN,and the process,how to prepare for MUN and how to write the position paper,etc.are too complicated for them.Therefore,advisors are needed to train them.Besides,in order to improve their English,some teams are determined to use English as their work language.How to express themselves properly and correctly and correctly in oral or written English is a problem.So we are in great need of native English speakers as our advisors.I know you are a MUN lover.Do come and join us.
Yours sincerely,
Li Hua.

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3.My daughter Kelly is a cautious person.She needs to warm up to situations,is hesitant to try new things.When with close friends,she becomes a leader who laughs loudly and chants,"Girls rule,boys drool."But when that comfort zone is not around her,she is shy and nervous.
This has been challenging for me at times."Shy"is not a word that I think has ever been used to describe me.But this has been a year of firsts for my girl that has filled her with a new sense of confidence.This year she moved to lap lane in swimming where she was preparing for a swim team.This year she learned to ride a bike without training wheels.And this year she completed her first kids'triathlon (三项全能).
On Saturday,with a thunderstorm coming soon and my son's birthday party later in the day,we all went out in the dark of the morning for Kelly to participate in her first triathlon.We practiced transitions from swim to bike to run with her,we got all the equipment she'd need,and we kept talking about the race.But as we waited the two hours for the older kids to finish before her turn,she held my leg a little harder and told me she loved me a few too many times.She was nervous but trying to keep it together.
And then it was her turn.From the second she jumped into the water,my heart soared(快速上升).My daughter transformed into the most confident human being I had ever seen.She dominated that swim,crushed that bike ride and ran to the finish with the biggest smile on her face.
I can honestly say that I never felt so proud of someone in my entire life.It wasn't because she did a sport or anything like that.It was because she was afraid of something and conquered that fear with confidence and a fire I hadn't seen before.
All day I would find myself just looking over at her and smiling.She might be wearing the finalist medal but I felt like I won that day.I won the chance to see my girl shine.
Shine on,sweet baby.

24.Kelly is nervous whenD.
A.boys are around her
B.she changes into a leader
C.she is away from her mom
D.situations are new to her
25.We can know from Paragraph 3B.
A.the race began in the early morning
B.the whole family gave Kelly support
C.Kelly was eager for her turn in the race
D.Kelly prepared for her brother's birthday party
26.Seeing Kelly's performance in the race,the author feltA.
A.excited and proud
B.anxious and uneasy
C.worried and hesitant
D.curious and concerned
27.In the ending paragraphs the author"felt like I won that day"because KellyA.
A.overcame the fear
B.expressed love to her
C.won the gold medal
D.took part in the sport.

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