Etiquette Camp for Kids

School/Teacher: Aziza Models & Talent Dorothy D. Floyd

Website: www.99jianzhu.com/azizamodels

Phone : 770-500-4618

Email: azizamodels@ mac.com

Price: $120

In France, learn how to get confidence; be polite; table manners; be gentle or elegant; introductions; greetings; and more!

Dates: July 19,2012 - July 23,2012

Time: 10:00 a. m. - 3 : 00 p. m.

Ages : 9-16

Welcome to L'Atelier 9 Language, School

At the school L'Atelier 9,we will offer high-quality French and English language courses in the centre of Paris. We want to help you learn languages throughout the world. And you will have a great time here. We have some advantages:

◆Less than 9 students in each class

◆Active and creative teaching ways

◆High-quality teaching by excellent teachers

◆Free services: Internet,TV, coffee/tea at all times

◆Warm and friendly atmosphere(气氛)

◆Right in the centre of Paris

Dates: From Aug. 31 to Sept. 25,2012

Prices: 700 dollars for four weeks,600 dollars for three weeks and 500 dollars for two weeks!

1.If Tom and Jack are going to study at L'Atelier 9 Language School for three weeks,they'll pay for their study        .

A. 600 dollars    B. 1, 000 dollars

C. 1,200 dollars    D. 1,400 dollars

2.Which of the following is NOT the advantage for L'Atelier 9 Language School?

A. The number of students in each class is no more than 9.

B. Teachers mainly teach students rules they should know when having meals.

C. Students don't need to pay for the coffee or tea at school.

D. Teachers and students can get on with each other at school.

3.Which of the following is TRUE?

A. Kids can learn some manners and achieve confidence in Etiquette Camp.

B. Mr Smith can join Etiquette Camp with his 12- year-old son.

C. L'Atelier 9 Language School is in the centre of a big city in England.

D. Teachers in L'Atelier 9 Language School like to teach in inactive ways.

 

先通读下面的短文,掌握其大意,然后从每小题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。(本大题共10小题,每小题1分,共10分)

 

Tina was a seventeen-year-old girl who always wore a bright smile. She suffered from a disease and had to use a walker most of the time. People didn’t speak to her very often. Maybe it was because she looked______  and people didn’t know how to come near to her. Tina usually broke the ice with people she met with a big “ ____ .”

  In one class, I gave the students an assignment (作业) to recite(背诵) a poem. I only made the assignment worth a very small part of their total grade since I knew most of my students would not do it anyway. In the class, one by one each student _____  to correctly recite the poem. Finally, angry and half joking, I said that the next student who ______ recite the poem had to do three push-up (俯卧撑). To my surprise Tina was next. She used her walker to move to the front of the class.  ____  she recited, she made a mistake. Before I could say a word, she  _____ her walker and started doing push-ups. I wanted to say, “Tina, I was just joking!” But she _____  , continued the poem and she finished the rest perfectly.

  When she finished, a student asked, “Tina, why did you do that? It’s not an important assignment!” “Because I want to be like you guys! To be  ____ .” Tina said.

   Silence fell on the whole room when another student cried out, “Tina, we’re not normal! We are teenagers! We get in  ____  all the time.” “I know,” Tina said as a big _____  spread across her face. The rest of the students laughed, too.

  Tina got only a few points that day, but she got the love and respect of her classmates. To her, that was worth a lot more than a grade.

1.A. different    B. strong    C. short    D. young

2.A. Sorry    B. Bye    C. Hi    D. Thanks

3.A. started    B. planned    C. continued    D. failed

4.A. shouldn’t    B. couldn’t    C. needn’t    D. wouldn’t

5.A. Because    B. When    C. After    D. Though

6.A. raised    B. changed    C. threw    D. checked

7.A. woke up    B. gave up    C. stood up    D. made up

8.A. happy    B. social    C. normal    D. fair (公平的)

9.A. attention    B. thought    C. touch    D. trouble

10.A. cry    B. smile    C. sadness    D. joy

 

—Look, here comes your dream girl. Invite her to dance. 

—__________What if she refuses me?

A. I don’t know.    B. Why me?    C. With pleasure.    D. So what?

 

--I can’t find my name on the list. Can I talk to your manager?

   --Sorry, but         my duty. I’ll contact her secretary.

A. it’s go up to    B. it goes away    C. it beyonds    D. it goes beyond

 

–Do you know         the population of India is?

   --No. I only know it’s much         of the United States of America.

A. what; more than that    B. what; bigger than that

C. how much; bigger than    D. how much; more than that

 

–The player looks      better because the coach has got her        every day.

   --Yes, practice makes perfect.

A. a little bit; practice    B. a bit; practicing

C. a bit of; practice    D. a little; to pratice

 

-What will the weather be like tomorrow?

-It____be rainy,cloudy or sunny.Who knows?

A. must    B. might    C. shall    D. should

 

For the coming vacation, why          going abroad and seeing the outside world?

A. not consider    B. don’t consider    C. don’t think    D. not think

 

I’ m new here. Could you please tell me              ?

A. what is the building used for    B. when does the first class begin

C. where I could find the dining hall    D. how many classes our school has

 

Suzy has a good brain. In fact, nobody in the class has         IQ.

A. a high    B. a higher    C. the higher    D. the highest

 

Tuantuan and Yuanyuan are         little cute pandas        all of us like  them.

A. such; as    B. so; that    C. such; that    D. so; for

 

We need to get to the root(本质) of the problem         we can solve it.

A. while    B. after    C. before    D. as

 

No one doubted        the Germans          win the 2018World Cup again.

A. if; can    B. whether; could    C. that; could    D. that; can

 

His favoutite piano            most space of the study.

A. takes up    B. takes off    C. makes up    D. makes up of

 

–We are not allowed to bring any snacks or drinks at the school meeting.

  --           .

A. Neither are we    B. Neither do we    C. So are we    D. So do we

 

I can’t tell you        way to the the Green’s because we don’t have       Green here in the village.

A. the; a    B. a; \    C. a; the    D. the; \

 

86,请结合下面两幅图片所示内容, 以“How to behave(表现)at school?”为题写ー篇短文。

要求:

1.简要描述两幅图片, 并针对这些校园欺凌现象谈谈自己在学校应该如何做(至少2点);

2.文中不得出现考生真实的姓名和学校名称;

3.80个词左右, 已给出的部分不计人总词数。

参考词汇:beat, kick, laugh at, respect(尊重), harmonious(和谐的)

How to Behave at School?

There is something unpleasant happening at school. In Picture One,    __________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________________

 

根据所给单词或词语, 完成句子。要求符合语法, 语句通顺, 大小写 正确。(单词不得重复使用, 标点已给出)

1.you,   do,   singing,   like

    ________________________________________________________________________?

2.what,   favorite,      your,   is,   song

    ________________________________________________________________________?

3.singing songs,   you,   make,   will,   relaxed

    _________________________________________________________________________.

4.my,   sing,   can,   friend,   very,   fast songs,   well

    ________________________________________________________________________.

5.voice,   beautiful,   how,   his,   is

    ____________________________________________________________________!

 

根据短文内容及所给提示, 补全文中单词或用所给单词的正确形式填空。

A good friend is like a mirror. Everyone 1.(need) friends. We can share secrets 2. our friends and turn to them for  h3. when we are in trouble. But do you know how to make friends? First, learn to smile. A smile always makes the others like you. Smile at someone and you are sure to get a smile back from 4.(he). Second, try to remember names. It makes your new friends f5. happy when you call them by their names  b6. you don’t forget them. Third, learn to discuss instead of arguing when you have 7.(difference) ideas. If you don’t agree with other people, you should still be friendly. Teenagers need to have one or a group of good friends because friends can discuss things which are too difficult to say to their family 8.(member). All in all, a good friend will help to bring out the 9.(good) in you. Once you have 10.(find) such a good friend, do treasure him.

 

IX.任务型阅读(共5小题, 每小题2分,计10分)(2014北京房山一模)

You may think that inventions are far away from your everyday life. But in fact, almost everyone can invent. It’s just that they do not realize that their idea could be the start of an invention. Once inventors see their ideas have some practical value, they don’t let them run away.

For example, the inventors of the dishwasher, American Josephine Cochrane, loved to give dinner parties. But she found it took too long to wash her dishes by hand. She decided that a machine could do the job faster. So, in 1886, she began to make one for herself.

Here are the steps to create inventions. The first and most important step is to find the problem. Start by looking at what is wrong with things you see now and ask people around if they remember ever saying, “I wish someone would invent something for...” Then you might notice situations(情况) or things in need of improvement. The next step is to think about possible solutions. An invention is a new way of solving a problem. So think of many and unusual ways. You can often come up with a solution to a problem by looking at it from a different side.

The hardest part of inventing is coming up with a problem and finding a solution. Once you have an idea, you can always get help building your invention. This problem-solving technique can also work in your everyday lives. So, why not try it in your studies, in your relationship with others, or even in the way you look at the world?

1题为完成句子;2题用英语表达文中画线单词one所指代的内容;3题找出并写下 第三段的主题句;4题为简略回答问题;5题为将文中画线句子译成汉语。

1.Josephine Cochrane found it took too long to wash her dishes ________________.

2.____________________________________________________________________

3.___________________________________________________________________

4.What is the hardest part of inventing?

   _________________________________________________________________________

5._____________________________________________________________________

 

Many kids help parents to do chores such as washing the dishes, cleaning the floors and taking out the trash in the house. In return, some kids get money or other rewards from their parents, such as 20 minutes to play computer games.

But some people do not think that kids should get rewards(奖赏) for doing chores. One of them is Susie Walton, a parenting educator. She believes that if kids get rewards, they will think that work isn’t worth doing unless you get something in return. For example, kids won’t sweep the floor if they see it is dirty. But they will clean the floor if their parents reward them for it. “Every house is a team effort,” Susie said. “A home is a living space for everyone in the family. It’s important for kids to see that we all have responsibilities to keep our home clean.

Other people have different opinions. They believe that money or other rewards can motivate kids to do more chores. It also teaches them real world lessons about how we need to work to earn money. Now, there are also apps(应用软件) that encourage kids to do chores. The apps give kids points and digital gifts that can be used either online or in the real world. With the ChoreMonster app, kids earn digital points after doing chores. Kids can exchange their points for real rewards, such as time to play video games or a trip to the mall. “Our goal is to encourage kids to earn rewards," says Chris Bergman, founder of ChoreMonster. “Kids need positive(积极的) power to make them do chores.

What do you think? Should kids be rewarded for doing chores? Or should kids help out around their homes without getting anything in return?

Write a 200-word response. Send it to tfkasks4you@timeforkids.com. Your response may be published in Time For Kids. Please include your grade and contact information of your parent or teacher if you want your response to be published. The deadline for responding is February 18.

1.How does the author start the passage?

A. By giving some facts.    B. By listing some opinions.

C. By comparing different views.    D. By showing his own experiences.

2.Which of the following is Susie Walton's opinion?

A. Don’t ask kids to do housework.    B. Don’t reward kids for doing anything.

C. Don’t give kids rewards for doing chores.    D. Don't allow kids to play computer games.

3.What's Paragraph 3 mainly about?

A. How to earn money by doing chores.

B. The apps that encourage kids to do chores.

C. How to exchange their points for real rewards.

D. The advantage of rewarding kids for doing chores.

4.What's the meaning of the underlined word “motivate” in the passage?

A. remind    B. encourage    C. prevent    D. warn

5.What is the purpose of writing the text?

A. To call on readers to do more chores.

B. To tell readers of two different opinions.

C. To invite readers to express their opinions.

D. To show the author’s views about doing chores.

 

Bike Rentals (租赁)

Welcome to Arcadian Shop. We offer different kinds of bikes that can be rented.

Places

Place 1: Zoo Station

We are directly at the Zoo train station, facing the parking area. You’ll find us just past the main entrances(人口) opposite the Zoo entrance.

Place 2: Alexanderplatz

We’re right under the TV tower. If you're facing the entrance of the Tower, walk to your right around the corner.

Open Hours

9 : 30—18 : 00

Rental

Prices

1/2 Day

$7

One Day

$12

2relDay

$10

Deliveries

If you live near our shop and you don't have time to rent bikes from our shop in person,we can send one to your home. The delivery fee(传送费用) is $8 for each bike. We also offer some deliveries outside of our normal delivery area. But you need to pay more for the deliveries.

Please call 650-968-3575 for bike rentals.

 

 

1.What is Arcadian Shop?

A. A shop where people can buy bikes.    B. A shop where people can rent bikes.

C. A shop where people can mend bikes.    D. A shop where people can paint bikes.

2.Where is Alexanderplatz?

A. At the train station.    B. Under the TV tower.

C. In the parking area.    D. Near the Zoo entrance.

3.When can we rent a bike?

A. At 6:30.    B. At 8:00.    C. At 14:00.    D. At 21:00.

4.How much is it if you keep the bike for two days?

A. $7.    B. $10.    C. $12.    D. $22.

5.Which statement is TRUE?

A. If you want to rent bikes, you can call 650-968-3575.

B. If you live near our shop, we offer some deliveries for free.

C. If you rent more than one hike, you can save money for the second one.

D. If you live outside of the shop's delivery area, you should pay $8 for delivery.

 

When Abraham Lincoln was young, he worked in a store. One day a woman came into the store and bought some things. They added up to two dollars and six and a quarter cents.

The bill was paid, and the woman was satisfied. But the young storekeeper, not feeling quite sure about his calculations(计算), added up the things again. To his surprise, he found that it should have been but two dollars.

“I’ve made her pay six and a quarter cents more,” said young Abe, upset.

It was an unimportant thing, and many salespersons would forget it, but Abe was too careful for that.

The money must be paid back, he decided.

At night, he closed the store and walked to the home of his customer. He explained the matter, paid over the six and a quarter cents, and returned satisfied.

Here is another story of young Lincoln's strict honesty. A woman entered the store and asked for half a pound of tea. The young man weighed it out. This was the last sale of the day.

The next morning, when beginning his duties, Abe discovered a four-ounce weight on the scales(磅砰). It flashed upon him at once that he had used this in the sale last night, and so, of course, given his customer short weight. Many people would not have been much worried by this discovery. But Abe weighed out four ounces of the tea, shut up the store, and carried it to the customer. I think that the name, so often given in late times to President Lincoln, of “Honest Old Abe", was well deserved(应得的).

1.What did Abraham Lincoln use to he when he was young according to the passage?

A. A teacher.    B. A farmer.    C. A storekeeper.    D. A president.

2.When young Abe found he made a wrong calculation, he ________.

A. tried to forget it    B. paid over the money

C. felt it was unimportant    D. gave hack the short weight

3.When did he find his mistake in the second story?

A. At the end of that day.    B. In the middle of that day.

C. At the end of the next day.    D. At the beginning of the next day.

4.What can we know from the second story?

A. Abe wasn't worried by this discovery.

B. Abe didn’t notice he put a four-ounce weight on the scales.

C. Abe gave the customer enough weight at last.

D. Abe gave his customer short weight on purpose.

5.We can know that Abe was ________ from the passage.

A. easy to get worried    B. confident but careless

C. honest and responsible    D. funny but well behaved

 

(2016四川达州中考) (浙江诸暨中学2014高一上期中) (2016北京朝阳初三期末)

My friend and I entered a little coffee house and ordered two cups of coffee. While we were waiting, two young men came in and began to order, “    __________ cups of coffee, please. Two of them for us and three there on the wall.” The waiter served them with respect (尊敬). They paid for their order, took the two and left. As soon as they left, the waiter __________ put three pieces of paper on the wall. We saw this with great __________.

Some more people came. Two girls asked for one coffee each, paid and went away. Then came three lawyers who paid for seven coffees ---three for __________ and four suspended(待用). I really __________ what the suspended coffees were. Suddenly a man came into the coffee house. The way this man was dressed didn’t __________ the style(风格)of this coffee shop. He kindly ordered a coffee on the wall. The waiter served coffee to this man, showing him the same __________ as the other customers. The man had his coffee and left __________ paying. The waiter took off a piece of paper from the wall and threw it in the dustbin.

At that moment, I knew the meaning of the suspended coffees. It’s simple---people pay the coffee in advance(预先) for someone who can’t __________ it. The tradition with the suspended coffees __________ in Italy, but it has spread all over the world. A suspended coffee is not only a cup of coffee, but also the warmth and love to someone in need.

1.A. Two    B. Three    C. Five    D. Seven

2.A. quickly    B. rudely    C. wisely    D. properly

3.A. fear    B. sadness    C. anger    D. interest

4.A. myself    B. himself    C. ourselves    D. themselves

5.A. checked    B. wondered    C. waited    D. asked

6.A. change    B. match    C. show    D. wear

7.A. respect    B. courage    C. custom    D. result

8.A. in    B. for    C. with    D. without

9.A. sell    B. want    C. buy    D. afford

10.A. started    B. built    C. caused    D. accepted

 

Do you know ________ now in the yard?

A. where Jim is reading    B. when Jim is reading    C. how Jim is doing    D. what Jim is doing

 

Think carefully before deciding who ________.

A. invites    B. is invited    C. will be invited    D. will invite

 

How tidy the room is! Tom ________ the room.

A. is cleaning    B. was cleaning    C. will clean    D. has cleaned

 

These problems are too hard to ________. Will you give me some advice?

A. look out    B. work out    C. hand out    D. find out

 

If it ________ today, we’ll have to leave on Wednesday instead.

A. snows    B. snowed    C. will snow    D. is snowing

 

I decided ________ at least once a week.

A. exercise    B. exercised    C. to exercise    D. exercising

 

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