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    There are millions of recipes(菜谱) hidden in the boxes and hearts of grandmother and parents. These family recipes are a special part of our family history. Some of them have been passed down from generation(一代人) to generation.

“I realized I couldn't go home every weekend for my mom's delicious dishes,” says Shreya, who is about to enter university. Shreya has recently started following her mother around the kitchen, taking notes on how to make her “masala chai” and tasty kachoris.

"Those special tastes can immediately unlock a whole flood of emotions, memories and feelings of family, love, and comfort," says she.

She adds, "I am looking to the day when my kids will come to know of their grandmothers through the dishes they cooked."

But many of us find it difficult to keep the food connection with our busy life. Even if we have time, not many of us take the effort to collect and record the recipes from our grandmothers and parents. We often get a recipe on the phone and take it down quickly on a piece of paper. We just stick it onto the fridge for a week or two and forget about it as soon as the paper disappears from there.

Actually, there are simple ways to keep family recipes, Scrapbooks(剪贴薄)are easily found in the market. You can even add photos to record every detail of your memories about the recipe. With the help of some popular apps like Story Scans, recording family recipes has never been easier. What is needed is to scan(扫描) the recipes and record the story behind each of them. It can become the most meaningful work you have ever done with and for your family.

Keeping family recipes is saving and honoring our tradition so that future generations can continue to make family ties stronger. Every time you remember your loved ones, recreate one of the dishes from your collection and let the memories from the good old days comfort you. So why not gift your kids a family recipe book when they are starting a new life?

27Why does Shreya follow her mother around the kitchen?

ATo clean up the kitchen.                              BTo note down recipes.

CTo prepare family dinners.                          DTo talk about family rules.

28What can we learn from the passage?

AWays to record recipes can be easy.

BMost people like writing recipe books.

CRecipes have become popular with kids.

DPeople often buy recipe books in the market.

29Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?

AFamily Recipes: Secrets of Cooking

BFamily Recipes Are at a Crossroads

CFamily Recipes: Connections to Interests

DFamily Recipes Are More than Just Recipes

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27B

28A

29D

【分析】

本文介绍了很多家常菜被代代传承。这些家常菜是我们家族历史中很特别的一部分。我们可以用剪贴簿或者故事扫描等一些应用软件,记录下家庭菜谱。保留家庭菜谱就是保存和尊重我们的传统,这样子孙后代就可以继续加强家庭纽带。

27细节理解题。根据Shreya has recently started following her mother around the kitchen, taking notes on how to make her “masala chai” and tasty kachoris.可知,莎莉娅跟着妈妈在厨房转是为了记下菜谱,故选B

28推理判断题。根据Actually, there are simple ways to keep family recipes, Scrapbooks(剪贴薄)are easily found in the market. You can even add photos to record every detail of your memories about the recipe. With the help of some popular apps like Story Scans, recording family recipes has never been easier.可知,记录菜谱的方法很简单。故选A

29标题归纳题。根据Keeping family recipes is saving and honoring our tradition so that future generations can continue to make family ties stronger.可知,保留家庭菜谱就是保存和尊重我们的传统,这样子孙后代就可以继续加强家庭纽带。因此本文主要介绍了家庭菜谱不仅仅是菜谱,还有更深的意义。故选D

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In Western countries, many children do chores to get pocket money.    81    usually start to do this at the age of 10.

School students have to do homework and study    82    tests on weekdays. So they often do chores on    83   . Some young kids only do    84    chores. So they don’t get much money. But that’s all right. Many of them only want to    85    candies. And candies are cheap!They help wash the dishes after dinner, and    86    the family cat or dog.

When kids get    87   they want to buy more and more things. They want things that are more expensive than candies. Then they have to work harderThey often    88    the family car, cut the grass, walk the dog or cook dinner.

 Doing chores is a good    89    for kids to learn new things. For example, they can learn how to use a lawn mower(割草机) or    90    to cook. Of course, their parents help them at first.

81AThey               BWe                         CHe                         DYou

82Aat                   Bfor                         Cinto                       Dfrom

83Aschooldays      Bbirthdays                Cweekdays               Dweekends

84Aeasy                Bhard                       Cscary                      Dheavy

85Afind                Bbring                      Cbuy                        Dmake

86Asell                 Bfeed                       Cbuy                        Dcatch

87Aolder              Bbusier                     Cyounger                 Dhappier

88Achange            Buse                         Ctake                       Dwash

89Asubject            Bway                       Cproblem                 Dlesson

90Awhat               Bwhy                       Chow                       Dwhen

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短文理解,阅读下列短文,从每题所给的ABC三个选项中,选出最佳选项回答问题或完成句子。

The Lantern Festival falls on the 15thof the first month of the lunar calendar(阴历). This day is always the first full moon in the new year. Ancient people also called it Shangyuan Festival. Celebrations and traditions on this day began from the Han Dynasty(朝代)and became popular in the Tang Dynasty.

Watching the red lanterns is one of the main traditions. Lanterns of different shapes and sizes are usually put on trees, or along river banks on show. It is said that sky lanterns were first used by Zhuge Kongming to ask for help when he was in trouble. Today, when the  lanterns slowly rise into the air, people make wishes.

Another tradition is guessing lantern riddles. The riddles are usually short, wise, and sometimes humorous. The answer to a riddle can be a Chinese character(汉字),a famous persons name, or a place name.

The most important thing is to eat sweet dumplings with different tastes. In northern China, they are called yuanxiao while in southern part theyre named tangyuan. Because making sweet dumplings is like a game or an activity, they are usually done happily by a group of friends or family members.

In old times, the Lantern Festival was also romantic(浪漫的). Watching lanterns gave young people a chance to meet each other. A line from Xin Qiji, a poet during the Song Dynasty, shows this:

Hundreds and thousands of times I searched for her in the crowd. Suddenly I turned, and there she stood, in the dim(昏暗的)light.

397The traditional festival talked about in this passage is called ________ in Chinese.

A.春节                   B.元宵节                 C.端午节

398When did celebrations and traditions of the Lantern Festival start from?

AThe Han Dynasty.       BThe Tang Dynasty.      CThe Song Dynasty.

399What were sky lanterns first used for by Zhuge Kongming in ancient times?

AMaking wishes.         BCelebrating birthdays. CAsking for help.

400Which of the following is NOT true about sweet dumplings?

AThey have different tastes.

BThey are named yuanxiao all over the country.

CPeople enjoy the process of making them.

401The line from Xin Qiji in the passage shows the Lantern Festival was________ in old times.

Aboring                 Bhumorous               Cromantic

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China covers large areas and has a great population. Different living habits have always been an interesting topic in the country. Recently, another difference between southern Chinese and northern Chinese became a hot one: the way people shop at markets.

People from southern China say that they always buy what they need for just one or two meals. It is normal for them to buy half of a Chinese cabbage, two potatoes and 0.25 kilograms of beef at a time.

However, one may be laughed at if he does this in the north. Instead, buying vegetables and meat enough for a week is usual. Also, you can buy a small amount (数量) of fruit, such as a single apple or pear, each time in the south. Shop owners even help you peel and cut them. But shop owners in the north hardly offer such service. And many fruits are sold in baskets and boxes.

The difference could be due to the different weather.

Food can be kept for a long time in the north, as it is usually cold and dry there. Many northern Chinese have the habit of storing food, especially for the long winter. But the hot and wet weather in the south makes southern Chinese buy just enough food for one meal or one day, or else the food may go bad.

66In southern China, people usually buy _____ at a time.

Aa small amount of food

Ba large amount of food

Cenough food for a week

Da lot of meat and vegetables

67If you buy fruits in the south, the shop owners may _______.

Apeel and cut them for you

Blaugh at you

Conly sell them in boxes and baskets

Donly sell a single apple or pear

68Many northern Chinese have the habit of keeping food because ________.

Athe weather is hot and wet

Bfood goes bad quickly

Cthe weather is cold and dry

Dthey live far away from markets

69The underlined words "due to" mean "_________" in Chinese.

A.所以

B.但是

C.然而

D.因为

70Which is the best title for the passage?

ADifferent Weather in China

BDifferent Living Habits in China

CSouthern Chinese and Northern Chinese

DSouthern China and Northern China

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    China is a great country with the largest population in the world. In order to solve the population problem, our government carried out onechild policy (政 策)before. When it is carried out for some time, many people not only see its advantages but also disadvantages.

From 2016, twochild policy is put into effect. In my opinion, twochild policy is good. First of all, twochild policy is the gift for some only child. For some families, maybe the parents are only child and they also can have only child. Besides the loneliness of their child, when their child grows up and they grow older, their child marry an only child girl, the burden(负担)on their child and his

wife is too heavy. Their child and his wife have to take care of two couples. Usually, a young couple looking after an old couple is a little difficult. But if their parents have two children, they can share the burden of taking care of their parents. It would be much better. Secondly, twochild policy can guarantee (保证) the number of Chinese population.

All in all, onechild policy has been out of date. And twochild policy is needed and necessary. It can solve the problems of nowadays (现在)and the future.

195Which country has the largest population in the world?

AAmerica          BBritain          CChina            DJapan

196The underlined phrase carried out in Paragraph 1

means    in Chinese.

A.携带             B.取消             C.禁止             D.实行

197Our government carried out onechild policy before in order to       

Asolve the population problem

Btake care of two old couples

Cshare the burden of taking care of their pa rents

Dargue that twochild policy should be put into effect

198According to the passagewhich of the following is NOT true?

AOnechild policy has its advantages and disadvantages

BIts easy for a young couple to look after an old couple

CChina is a great country with the largest population in the world

DFor some familiesmaybe the parents are only child and they also can have

199Whats the main idea of this passage?

ATwochild policy is needed and necessary

BOur government carried out onechild policy

CTwochild policy is the gift for some only child

DTwochild policy can guarantee the number of Chinese population

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