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  • 1. 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

        According to a sales report from askci.com on 2018's Double Eleven, the national shopping day, women's down garments were among the top 10 hit products.

        Statistics show that down garments have been popular for many years in both northern and southern China. {#blank#}1{#/blank#}. Especially during a fiercely cold winter, {#blank#}2{#/blank#}, cares about being stylish?

        All you need is warmth — the very light from heaven, which down garments can provide you with. However, as living standards rise, more expensive garments filled with goose down, instead of duck down, have appeared in the market.

        {#blank#}3{#/blank#}. What's the difference between the down from these two creatures? First, the down from mature geese is larger and thicker, which makes garments filled with goose down much warmer. Second, goose down is more flexible and fluffier than that of ducks. {#blank#}4{#/blank#}, goose down has no strange odor. Geese are often "vegetarians" and eat clean, while ducks are omnivorous, which could give their feathers and down a strong scent. {#blank#}5{#/blank#}.

        However, duck down is still a good choice if you live in place where winter is windy, yet not that cold.

        If you still want be stylish…

        Although most down garments can make people look big and sloppy, you could choose longer ones for a slimming look. For colors, metallic hues are more fashionable and pair more easily with other street-style outfits in your wardrobe.

    A. Goose or duck

    B. It seems the strong warmth provided by down garments has been nationally approved

    C. These are the advantages that account for the higher prices of garments made with goose down

    D. When you shudder in the wind

    E. How to choose your down garment

    F. The last difference is key for people sensitive to smells

    G. You may like goose garment better

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        Snowblind—it's a frightening word. Thankfully, it's a condition that is totally preventable.

        Snow blindness is a painful, temporary loss of vision due to overexposure to the sun's UV rays. Essentially, snow blindness is caused by a sunburned eye.

        {#blank#}1{#/blank#} Though it is commonly called snow blindness, the condition can (and often does) occur in the absence of snow.

        The terms “snowblind” and “snow blindness” have become popular because snow is highly reflective of ultraviolet radiation.{#blank#}2{#/blank#} Also, skiing, mountain climbing and snowboarding usually take place at relatively high altitudes, where the sun's UV rays are stronger. Combined, these factors can double your risk of getting sunburned eyes, compared with being outdoors at lower altitudes in the summertime.

        {#blank#}3{#/blank#} Television journalist Anderson Cooper experienced snow-free snow blindness first-hand a few years ago when he spent a couple hours on a boat in Portugal without sunglasses and ended up “blind for 36 hours,” according to his report of the incident.

        Not only can you become snowblind without snow—it can happen without sunlight, too!{#blank#}4{#/blank#} For example, sun lamps can cause temporary “snow” blindness if proper eye protection is not used.

        {#blank#}5{#/blank#} To relieve pain or discomfort from snow blindness, stay indoors and wear sunglasses. Keep your eyes well-moistened with artificial tears. For additional relief, use over-the-counter pain relievers. Be sure to use only pain relievers you know you can take without worry of an allergic reaction. You also may find that placing a cool, dampened washcloth over your closed eyelids is comforting.

    A. You don't need snow to become snowblind.

    B. It will likely affect those traveling in snowy conditions.

    C. To prevent snow blindness on the slopes, wear sunglasses.

    D. Sometimes it occurs from mail-made sources of ultraviolet radiation

    E. In fact, snow can reflect over 80 percent of the UV rays that fall upon it.

    F. Snow blindness is scary, but usually it's temporary, and there are ways to relieve the discomfort.

    G. But water and white sand also are highly reflective of the sun's UV rays, thus increasing the risk.

  • 2. 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,选项中有两项为多余选项。

        Ways to make a great first impression

        You've heard it a million times already, but it really does take but a few seconds to make that all-important first impression (印象). Here are some easy ways for you to impress your classmates or teachers.

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    Before you shake hands with somebody, make sure that your hands are clean. The handshake should not be too strong or weak. Most people use their right hands, unless they have a reason to use the left.{#blank#}2{#/blank#}

        Be on time

        When meeting someone for the first time, arriving on time is as important as breathing. You may have an excuse, but that will leave the person who hardly knows you with a bad impression.{#blank#}3{#/blank#}It's better to be hanging around the place than be stuck in traffic.

        Introduce yourself and ask for names

        Make sure you properly introduce yourself. Ask for their name in a polite way.  {#blank#}4{#/blank#}This will increase the chances of their remembering your name in the future. Always remember to stand up when greeting someone and be sure to introduce them to anyone you're with.

        Make good conversation

    To get the most out of your discussion, try to find something common between the two of you. {#blank#}5{#/blank#}A person will feel more comfortable with someone they can relate to (产生共鸣).

    A. Use body language

    B. Have a proper handshake

    C. Repeat the name and use it later in conversation.

    D. As a general rule, plan to arrive about 30 minutes early.

    E. It could be a similar taste in clothes or a common hobby.

    F. You'll be in serious trouble if you leave them with a bad impression.

    G. However, don't have your left hand in your pocket because this appears impolite.

  • 3. 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

        Daily to-do lists can help you get focused and organized. Follow these tips to create a good to-do list.

        Notice the order.

        It may help you to develop some sort of system for your to-do list. {#blank#}1{#/blank#}, you can even use a number system and mark them from 1 to 5. Items that are marked 1 might be done later, while the 5s are tasks you should deal with first.

        Reduce the list.

        {#blank#}2{#/blank#}. If you have 15 minutes to spare, find something on the list that you can complete in that time period. You may think that 15 minutes is not enough to do something, but several 15 minutes add up to something huge.

        Add in something fun.

        Your to do list is no doubt full of things you may not like. That's why adding in fun activities and tasks should also be important. A fun item doesn't feel like work. It may even feel like a break. {#blank#}3{#/blank#}.

        Don't list too much.

        It's important not to overwhelm yourself. {#blank#}4{#/blank#}. If there's too much on your plate or you have to work too fast, you can't possibly enjoy yourself and you'll only end up being frustrated and overwhelmed.

        {#blank#}5{#/blank#}.

        Your list needs to be organized in a way that makes you feel comfortable. There are many choices nowadays. However, the old-fashioned pen and paper method may work best for you. You can also use the Internet or even your cell phone to keep your list organized.

    A. Keep it organized

    B. Avoid too much stress

    C. Write it the night before

    D. Certainly every item on the list can't be equally important

    E. You need to complete talks or part of tasks one step at a time

    F. When you return to the less interesting items, you'll be more active to get them done

    G. Everything that goes on your to-do list should be something important that you need to do

  • 4. 根据短文内容,从短文后的七个选项中选出能填入空白处得最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

        Culture means any human behavior that is learned in human society. All of the meaningful parts of a culture are passed on to different generations through tradition or social learning.{#blank#}1{#/blank#}Culture exists in agricultural as well as industrialized societies.

        Culture is necessary for the survival and existence of human beings as human beings. Practically everything humans know, think, value, feel, and do is learned through taking part in a sociocultural system.{#blank#}2{#/blank#}Here is one of the cases of children growing up apart from human society. In the province of Midnapore in India, the director of a children's home was told by local villagers that there were “ghosts” in the forest. Upon looking into the case, the director found that two children, one about eight years old and the other about six years old, appeared to have been living with a group of wolves in the forest.{#blank#}3{#/blank#}In his diary, the director describes his first view of Kamala (as the older child was named) and Amala (the name given to the younger child):

        Kamala was a terrible-looking being, the head, a big ball of something covering the shoulders.{#blank#}4{#/blank#}Their eyes were bright and sharp, unlike human eyes. They were very fond of raw meat and raw milk. Gradually, as they got stronger, they began going on all fours, and afterwards began to run on all fours, just like squirrels.

        Children learn human language in the same way they learn other kinds of human behavior--by taking part in a cultural community.{#blank#}5{#/blank#}

    A. From this viewpoint, all human groups have a culture.

    B. These children were the ghosts described by the local people.

    C. This statement is well supported by some well-written cases.

    D. Human beings can only develop human abilities by the local people.

    E. Culture refers only to the high art and classical music of a particular society.

    F. Close at its heels there came another terrible creature exactly like the first, but smaller in size.

    G. They learn a certain human languages as well as certain kinds of human behavior through their membership in a certain cultural community.

  • 5. 阅读下面的文章,从文章后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

        Ready to take a gap year? A "Gap Year" is a period of time when a student takes a break before going to university. It is often spent travelling or working.{#blank#}1{#/blank#}

        Gap years are popular with European and Australian students, but remain less popular in America. However, in recent years, more and more American students are preparing for college by taking a gap year. The advantages of taking a gap year are as follows:

        {#blank#}2{#/blank#}

        Although you don't have to go abroad to experience gap years, most gap year students catch the chance to travel abroad. You are able to work out who you are and what you are for. The experiences of different cultures offer you interesting lessons. You can learn more about the world and get to know yourself better.

        Face challenges and have fun

        A gap year is not only a time to take a vacation, but also a time to face challenges. Gap year students usually work, volunteer or take service projects. You have to learn how to get along in the real world. This process isn't always easy, but it is an important part of growing up.{#blank#}3{#/blank#}

        Save money and improve your college admission chances

        There's a common thought that gap years are only for rich students, but it's not true. Actually, taking a gap year can save your money. Gap year students often take a part-time job. Besides, at the end of a gap year, students are much more likely to know what to study in college. {#blank#}4{#/blank#}

        {#blank#}5{#/blank#} Both of them are excellent and have high grades. However, one student has much practical experience or has volunteered in his vacation. Who do you think the admission officer will choose?

    A. Learn about the world and yourself

    B. Only in this way can you enjoy life and have fun.

    C. Check out your gap year choices before making the right decision.

    D. It can give young people useful learning experiences and new skills.

    E. Imagine an admission officer trying to admit only one between two students.

    F. More students than ever before are taking a gap year before going to university.

    G. Clear learning goals can keep the students working hard instead of wasting time and money playing.

  • 6. 根据组文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。

    Live Every Day Like It's A Holiday

        We feel great on holiday because we let go of everyday stresses and strains. {#blank#}1{#/blank#} So whether or not you're going away this summer, there's plenty you can do to make sure you benefit from that holiday feeling.

        Sleep like a holidaymaker

        Sleep like a baby when you're on your holidays but stay awake when you're in your usual routine? {#blank#}2{#/blank#}  To reset your sleep pattern, avoid bringing problems to bed. That includes your phone, TV or laptop. Make sure the room is dark and cool. Aim for at least seven hours' ZZZs—just as you would on holiday.

        Get moving

        {#blank#}3{#/blank#} Given that exercise is cheap, healthy and reduces stress, it makes absolute sense to build it into your day. A walk will release happy hormones, and eases anxiety and mild depression. {#blank#}4{#/blank#} 

        Part of the joy of going away is lingering over delicious food with families. Take up the holiday habit of sitting down as a family for at least one meal a day. Families who eat together experience less anxiety, less depression and less obesity, research has found.

        Be a tourist in your own city

        Part of toe thrill of a holiday is the novelty of discovering a new place and doing new things. {#blank#}5{#/blank#} At weekends, check out a new music venue, visit a different museum or have a drink in that interesting-looking pub you're always walking past. It will get you out of routine and make you feel alive. A bit like a holiday, really.

    A. Make your meals a celebration.

    B. Carve out some dedicated quiet time.

    C. If so, you might need to examine your sleep habits.

    D. Just make sure you schedule it into your day or week.

    E. But it's also easy to be a holidaymaker in the place you live.

    F. Research has even shown that vacations help health and wellbeing.

    G. When you're travelling, you walk around new cities without a second thought.