Stop, don't breathe. Hold it! OK, first pay 1.2 yuan ($0.17) if you want fresh air to reach your lungs. No, we not kidding. The most precious but free thing in the world air is now being bottled and sold on some e-commerce platforms in the country. The air comes from both home and abroad, priced from 5 yuan to more than 200 yuan.
"Want to breathe the most pure and fresh air? Then take a bottle of air from Weihai. No pollutants, absolutely pure. Either from seashore, or from mountain," an advertisement of an online store claims. A bottle of fresh air from Weihai, East China's Shandong province, is priced 5 yuan at an online outlet called "Weihai Hongyu Diaoju." The imported air is more expensive. For example, the bottled air branded Vitality Air from Canada costs 108 yuan a bottle of 7.2 liters, and the air from New Zealand 219 yuan a bottle of 7, 7 liters.
How to use the bottled air? Open the bottle and take a deep breath. The Vitality Air of Canada provides buyersmasks, and the bottle of New Zealand air has an injector(喷嘴).A bottle of New Zealand air could be used around 180 times. What about the shelf life? Seders of Weihai air claim it has a long shelf life, the Vitality Air has one year and the New Zealand air is valid if the bottle is not opened.
Are there buyers? The owner of "Weihai Hongyu Diaoju" said that no one has yet bought the air, and it was only to fulfill people's curiosity. A seller of the Vitality Air said that it was useless, but a novel product. But the seller still made five deals in a month. The Vitality Air said cm its official WeChat account, a Twitter-like service, the company sold 10,600 bottles in eight months since May 2015. So far, there are no standards on the bottled air in China, and what kind of product does the bottled air belong to? The seller of New Zealand air said that he did not know either. An official said China has no special laws on banning such product from entering the country. A Beijing lawyer on product quality and safety, said the imported air is related to safety problems because of the pressure container. The imported pressure container should get registered and approved by authorities.
【语篇导读】本文是 篇说明文，雾霾的频繁出现催生了 个新的商品交易——“卖空气”。“买卖空气”不是个冷笑话，而是沉重现实之下的尴尬选择。
32. How is the new product bottled air priced
33. The underlined expressions "shelf life" can best be replaced by_.
34. The main reason for buyers to buy the bottled air is that_.
35. What would be the best title for the text?
Sometimes it takes many years for diseases 61 bd_blank (find). Now there is 62 bd_blank wav to look for them before someone is feeling sick. Some illnesses can be found and treated very early by having a body scan.
Body scans allow doctors to look into a person's body. By doing so, doctors can sometimes see 63 bd_blank healthy a person is. The person that 64 bd_blank (have) a family history of illness may want to have a body scan.Young and healthy people will probably not need 65 bd_blank .Some people have body scans, 66 bd_blank makes them feel more secure. Many doctors do not think everyone should have body scans. Body scans are expensive.They are often not necessary. Sometimes body scans can be wrong. When this happens it can cause a lot of 67 bd_blank(necessary) worries.
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Looking for a summer camp that challenges your kids? Do you wonder ifthey can have fun and learn during the hot summer sun? Of course, they can!Find the perfect Atlanta area day camp or overnight summer camp in Atlanta Moms' 2016 Summer Camp Guide.
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21 . What do Shaolin Institute Oriental Culture Camp and BYE Summer Camp have in common?
22. If Mr. Darcy wants his son, aged 5 to join Tumbletots Summer Gamp and his daughter, aged 14 to join BYESummer Camp for 5 weeks, how much should he pay at least?
23. If parents want their kids to learn about Chinese culture, they should call_.
Like any great city in the world, it is impossible to cover the greatest sites of Beijing in one day. If possible,do this on a weekend and mix with other tourists. It's a small price to pay for the experience of being among Chinese, many of whom are not tourists.
Any visit to Beijing is incomplete without a hike on the Great Wall. However, the Wall is thousands of mileslong and the Beijing section constitutes only a small part, despite the most touristy part. The general choice is Badaling, but I recommend Juyong Pass, which is less crowded but no less impressive. Depending on your health and preference, you can climb very steep steps or have a walk on the relatively flat areas. There are numerous locations for great photo opportunities. On a clear day, your eyes can reach the most remote beacon(烽火)tower.
A side trip to the Ming Tombs will take you into the underground palaces where 13 of the Ming Dynasty emperors were laid to rest. Only two of them are open to the public anyway at present. A sampling of Dingling, which is the tomb of the 10th emperor and his two empresses, should be enough.
The Olympic Green is an area Lying north of the Fourth Ring Road. The Forest Park to its north is twice the size of our Central Park in New York. But if you are on a tight schedule, the Bird's Nest and the Water Cube offer he best concentration of must-see sights.
Inside Beijing, the Lama Temple, though not a typical site of worship for most Chinese, lias a uniqueattraction. It is a symbol of Tibetan Buddhism(佛教).Buddhism is a major religion in China, with millions of temples dotting the nation's landscape.
The Temple of Heaven is where emperors used to hold ceremonies to pray to heaven, from which they thought their power came. Local Chinese find their enjoyment from group singing, dancing, tai chi and all kindsof recreation on a weekend morning.
【语篇导读】本文是 篇说明文，说明了北京 些主要景点的特点，包括长城（八达岭和居庸关）、明十三陵（定陵）、北京奥运公园、喇嘛寺、天坛和回音壁等，旨在让游客对这些著名景点有比较深入的了解。
24. The underlined word "constitute" in Paragraph 2 can be replaced by_.
25. Many local people enjoyed themselves in the form of singing and dancing in_.
26. It can be learned from the passage that_.
27. This passage is possibly a_·
It is now close to four years since 1 last took a holiday. This is because I have come to the conclusion, over the course of my adult life, that I am not very good at it. You might think this sounds strange. What could possibly be difficult about the natural act of putting your working life on hold for a couple of weeks and going somewhere to do nothing?
The problems started during my twenties: a stoles tent and wallet at the Glastonbury Festival in 1995; a lightning strike and sudden 1,000-foot drop in altitude over the Channel in 1997; an ill-fated journey ended with the Calais police mistaking me for a drug smuggler(走私者).
But even if I manage to go away without being robbed or food poisoned, I now find that I can't really committt o the experience. A trip to the south of France was ended after just two days, mainly because I had an urge to check my e-mails.Similarly, my honeymoon was cut short by 48 hours not because my wife and l weren't enjoying ourselves, but because we were missing our cats.
So what is my problem? On the surface, I'm probably a bit of homebody. And I just find the pressure of beingon holiday too severe: it always feels like having a gun held to my head and being forced to have fun. Somehow,packing a list of possessions and meeting a scheduled flight has none of the excitement of suddenly deciding to take a day off and driving somewhere for the fun of it.
Thankfully, I am not alone. This summer, most of my friends have decided not to have a break. And a recent survey highlighted the downside of holidays, with the results showing that nearly two thirds of people found that the calming effects of a holiday wore off within 24 hours, as stress levels returned to normal.
What interests me is what the concept of a "holiday" says about our lives. For me, the point of living is to have a life you enjoy for 52 weeks a year. The more I like my life and the better I structure it, the less I want to go away. Maybe I'm an unusual person for not likingholidays, but I just feel the time when I'm working is too valuable to waste on going away.
28. Why is it four years long since the author took his last holiday?
29. From the events listed in the second paragraph, we can infer that the author_.
30. Which of the following statements is TRUE?
31.What is the author's attitude towards "taking a holiday"?
Justin couldn't believe it an assignment duethe day before Thanksgiving! "Yourgratitude list is due 41 bd_blank ,"said Mr. Scranton, "Write down onehundred things you are 42 bd_blank for. The number you turn in 43 bd_blankyour grade. Ninety equals an A, eighty is a B, seventy is a C, and so on. Ithink all of you have A+ lives.""That is 44 bd_blank !”Justin looked at his average houseon his average street.
45 bd_blank。Justin started his list on Sunday: family, friends, house, bike...when he 46 bd_blank everything he could think of,he still had only thirty-seven. 47 bd_blank ,he shut his notebook and climbed into his bed.
On Monday, all the students were worried for not finding enough 48bd_blank .Mr. Scranton told the class,"Don't get discouraged. Look for49 bd_blank things in your life.Over the years, People have worked hard to contribute to our society. All of us50 bd_blank from that" Yes! Ideas came crowding inhis mind.
Walking home, Justin saw his dad working in the garden, which 51bd_blankhim with the earth, trees, vegetables..."oh school? I'msupposed to be thankful for school?" Justin asked. His mother wasimpressed by him, "It's pretty amazing when you think about it." Inthis way, the list was now at ninety-three, Justin was 52bd_blank to have an A. One more dayto 53 bd_blank one hundred before thedeadline.
On Tuesday, Justin made little progress and his mother reminded him:"What about you? Are you grateful for you?" "For me?" heasked 54 bd_blank，"Does that 55 bd_blank surely does." Mumadded, "By the way, you are 56 bd_blank dinner tonight, for I'm not quite myselftoday."
Justin's jaw dropped and had an idea, writing "Pizza 57bd_blank ，，on the paper. One hundred. He hadan A+ 58 bd_blank after all.
Indeed, we are too busy to 59 bd_blank them. If you stop and sense them with yourheart, you will find many things in our life 60bd_blank our appreciation.
注意: 每处错误及其修改均仅限 词;只允许修改10处，多者(从第11处起)不计分。
The person who touched me most is a unknown lady.
I study in a town school and live in a village 20 km away. One afternoon, I received a call from my family saying my mom was serious ill. I hurried to the bus station, only to find the last bus left. Feeling anxious, I decided to walk home. In the way a car stopped and the driver asked me that if I needed help. Worried about being
cheated, I said nothing. But she was such honest that I finally accepted her offer. When we arrived at my village, it was dark. Seen her car out of sight, I was in tear.
Whenever I think about him, I always feel grateful.
In the digitalage, copying someone else's words is easy, but getting caught copying is eveneasier.
When MelaniaTrump recently spoke at the Republican convention, she used some of the samewords the Michelle Obama had used at the Democratic convention.
Within hours,news spread around the world with the claim that Melania Trump had copiedMichelle Obama'speech.
36 bd_blank . They learn from their earlyyears in school that copying another writer's words is wrong.
Why is copying a serious problem?
Unkefer, manager of Academic WritingServices, says that when students first come to the university, they donotrealize how serious the problem is. 37bd_blank
Academics are especially aware of the natureof plagiarism(票」窃)，Unkefer says, because their work isessentiallythe creation of ideas and putting them into words.
American and Western European universitieshave strict rules about writing original work. 38 bd_blank
Stanford's rulesays plagiarism is "the use, without giving reasonable and appropriatecredit to acknowledging the author or source of another person's original work
39 bd_blank.That is, they cannot handin the same work for more than one course without the permission otheirinstructors.
40 bd_blank Or at least, students mayfail a course or be given a letter of strong criticism that stays on thei schoolrecord.