There are certain foods which should never be stored( 储存 )in the fridge. Some of them may surprise you.
1 ． The cold temperature will make it hard. If you have made sandwiches with the bread, then you can store them in it.
We all love to have tomatoes. 2 ． The cold air in the fridge stops the ripening( 成熟 )process. And as we all know, ripening is what gives every tomato more taste. For best results, keep them out.
3 ． It needs no help from us. Putting it in your fridge will in fact increase the speed of the crystallization( 结晶 ). This will make honey harder or nearly impossible to use.
If you haven’t opened your watermelons, then there’s no need to put them in your fridge. Research has shown that watermelons can be stored in room temperature. 4 ． Watermelons that have been cut open should be put in the fridge. What’s more, they should be covered.
Cucumber( 黄瓜 )enjoys room temperature. 5 ． Cool temperature can make cucumber’s skin( 表皮 )go bad faster, so find a dry and cool place at room temperature for your cucumber.
A ． Do remember that they must be whole.
B ． There’s no reason to keep honey in a fridge.
C ． The fridge is not a good place for storing it.
D ． Nothing makes bread dry faster than your fridge.
E.It’s a good way to keep the fruits and vegetables in the fridge.
F.But storing them in the fridge will cause them to lose the taste.
Looking forward to having fun in the following summer. Come to be volunteers!
Offer you a chance to lead children in games, sports and art.
Date: June 25—July 28, Mondays & Fridays
Time: 10:00 a. m.—5:00 p. m.
We are looking for volunteers in three types: chicken feeding, tomato planting and horse training.
Date: July 15—August 20,Sundays.
Time: 9:00 a. m. —3:30 p. m.
Volleyball volunteers teach kids basic skills of playing volleyball, and have a chance to play it on the beach.
Date: June 25—August 30, Thursdays
Time: 9:00 a. m.—4:00 p. m.
The New View （视野）
Help open kids’ eyes to the newest achievements in technology. This program includes trips to local museums.
Date: June 26—August 20,Tuesdays
Time: 8:30 a. m.—5:00 p. m.
To become a member of our volunteers, you must be the students who will graduate from junior middle school this year, and apply for （申请） it before June 23 rd . For more information, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
1 ． You must be free on ________ if you want to lead children in games, sports and art.
A ． Mondays &Fridays B ． Tuesdays &Wednesdays
C ． Tuesdays &Saturdays D ． Thursdays & Sundays
2 ． Which of the following is not mentioned in Farm Volunteer?
A ． Chicken feeding. B ． Tomato planting. C ． Sheep feeding. D ． Horse training.
3 ． Which program will you choose if you are free only on Thursday every week?
A ． Summer Camp. B ． Volleyball Club. C ． Farm Volunteer. D ． The New View.
4 ． If you are interested in a trip to local museums, you can choose __________.
A ． Summer Camp B ． Farm Volunteer C ． Volleyball Club D ． The New View
5 ． For more information, you can contact （联系） us __________.
A ． by phone B ． by e-mail C ． by website D ． by letter
Sleepwalking （梦游） is when your child gets out of bed and walks around as if he’s awake, but he’s actually asleep. Sleepwalking doesn’t hurt your child, and it usually disappears when the kid grows up.
Sleepwalking happens during deep sleep. Your child might get out of bed and walk around as if he’s awake, but he won’t respond normally to you or anything around him. This may make you upset. But try not to worry—your child is OK.
In fact, sleepwalking is quite common. 7% to 15% of children sleepwalk, and it doesn’t usually mean that there’s anything wrong with them. Children aged 4 to 12 are more likely to sleepwalk. Both boys and girls sleepwalk.
Sleepwalking often happens in the first few hours of the night. When it happens, your child’s mind is asleep. However, his body is awake at the same time.
Sleepwalking usually has something to do with age and development. However, some things can increase your child’s sleepwalking. For example:
●Bad habits that cause poor sleep
●Fever or some other illnesses
●A family history of sleepwalking
●Medical conditions that cause poor sleep
If your child is sleepwalking at least once every night, it’s best to see a doctor. Also see a doctor if your child’s sleepwalking is influencing the sleep of other family members, or if you’re worried your child might hurt himself while sleepwalking.
1 ． The underlined word “respond” means __________ in Paragraph 2.
A ．反对 B ．反应 C ．喜欢 D ．体贴
2 ． Most kids who sleepwalk usually appear during__________.
A ． primary school B ． junior school C ． senior school D ． middle school
3 ． When sleepwalking happens, __________ at the same time.
A ． a kid’s mind and his body are awake B ． a kid’s mind is asleep and his body falls asleep, too
C ． a kid’s mind is awake but his body falls asleep D ． a kid’s mind is asleep but his body is awake
4 ． Which of the following is not true according to this article?
A ． The kids whose parents sleepwalked may sleepwalk.
B ． The kids whose habits cause poor sleep may sleepwalk.
C ． The kids who often read before going to bed may sleepwalk.
D ． The kids who sleep badly after they take medicine may sleepwalk.
5 ． From this article, we know __________.
A ． sleepwalking is very dangerous B ． boys are more likely to sleepwalk
C ． 85%to 93% of kids don’t sleepwalk D ． sleepwalking happens in the morning
It was not easy to learn different kinds of musical instruments well at the same time. I still remembered when I took my piano lessons, my mother said worriedly to my father, “Why hasn’t he made any progress with so much practice?” I tried to play the piano better. However, my parents never got a strong feeling of satisfaction with my piano performance.
From then on, I didn’t play any musical instrument until my old friend Larry invited me to play the violin with him when I was 60. It made me enjoy the joy of playing music again. One day, Larry asked me to take part in a violin performance with him. At first, thinking of my past, I wanted to refuse. I expected to hear his words that I would become more skilled with practice on stage （舞台） . But he said, “OK, only play if you want to. “I was shocked by the unexpected answer.
In fact, nobody made me do it, so I had to make a choice by myself. I was willing to catch the chance this time. After a long and careful preparation, I played the violin with Larry. Though I didn’t lose all my nervousness, it was enough for me to overcome my fear. Finally, I offered a full performance in front of the audience （观众） .
However, happy times always didn’t last long, my friend Larry passed away . It was a hard hit, but his influence stayed. It helped me not only in music, but on all sides of my life. Whenever I paid attention to what I wanted to do, joy usually took the place of fear.
1 ． The mother was worried about the writer because __________.
A ． he spent little time playing the piano B ． he made no progress in the piano
C ． his father didn’t like him any more D ． she had no time to teach him music
2 ． From Paragraph 2 we know that the writer __________.
A ． actually wanted to play the violin with Larry B ． didn’t want to play any musical instrument again
C ． began to learn music at the age of 60 D ． refused Larry’s invitation at last
3 ． The writer felt a little __________ during his violin performance with Larry.
A ． angry B ． bored C ． nervous D ． tired
4 ． This underlined phrase “passed away” means __________ in the last paragraph.
A ． slept B ． left C ． lost D ． died
5 ． The article mainly tells us __________.
A ． not to fear but enjoy the joy of doing something
B ． how to offer a full performance in front of the audience
C ． how to help a person both in music and on all sides of life
D ． Larry is the writer’s best old friend in his life
I was going to buy some fruits and medicine for my headache. After I parked my car, I went into the market. It wasn’t as 1 as I had expected. Only a few people were shopping in it.
In the market, I saw a little girl 2 in a shopping cart （车） . She looked to be 9 months old with blond curly hair and blue eyes.
She was such a lovely girl that I couldn’t 3 my eyes away. Then I did what I always do with children: I gave her my best smile. I may have looked a bit 4 , but it came from my heart.
I’ve learned that everyone 5 a smile sometimes, even strangers at the market in a rush to get home.
She took her time deciding just 6 to deal with my smile. But finally, she smiled.
I laughed and waved （挥手） goodbye. And she blew me a kiss.
That put a smile on my face and then I got a smile in 7 from every shopper I passed.
I was still smiling when I got home and 8 I’d forgotten to get medicine. Luckily. I didn’t need it. My headache was gone.
Want to change the world? Try smiling. In that simple 9 of everyone’s smiles, this tiring world would become a better place.
10 you’re lucky, you’ll be blown a kiss and it maybe make your headache go away.
1 ． A ． scared B ． crowded C ． quiet D ． empty
2 ． A ． sitting B ． reading C ． sleeping D ． selling
3 ． A ． throw B ． send C ． move D ． give
4 ． A ． thirsty B ． angry C ． hungry D ． crazy
5 ． A ． needs B ． hates C ． makes D ． gives
6 ． A ． why B ． how C ． where D ． when
7 ． A ． fact B ． total C ． return D ． public
8 ． A ． decided B ． realized C ． developed D ． received
9 ． A ． excitement B ． condition C ． exchange D ． opinion
1 0 ． A ． So B ． As C ． But D ． If
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