Donating blood is a simple thing to do，but it can make a big difference in the lives of others．The donation process from the time you arrive until the time you leave takes about an hour．The donation itself is only about 8-10 minutes on average．The steps in the process are:
1．Our staff and volunteers will sign you in and go over basic eligibility(资格)and donation information．
2．You will read information about donating blood，and will be asked to show a donor card，driver’s license，or other form(s)of ID．
Step 2：Health History&Mini-Physical1．You will answer some questions during a private and confidential interview about your health history and places you have traveled．2．We will check your temperature，pulse，blood pressure and hemoglobin(血红蛋白)level present in a sample of blood．
Step 3：The Donation
1．We will clean an area on your arm and insert a brand new clean needle for the blood draw．This feels like a quick pain and is over in seconds．
2．The actual donation takes about 8-10 minutes，during which you will be seated comfortably．Certain donation types，such as platelets(血小板)or red cells can take up to 2 hours．
3．When approximately a pint of blood has been collected，the donation is complete and a staff person will place a bandage on your arm．
1．After donating，you should have a snack and something to drink in the refreshments area．You can leave the site after 10-15 minutes and continue with your normal daily activities．
2．Enjoy the feeling of accomplishment knowing that you have helped save lives．
1．Which of the following can be a proper title for the passage?
2．During the Registration，a blood donor will be asked to_____．
3．What is the right order of the events in Step 3?
a．clean an area on the donor’s arm
b．1et the donor sit comfortably
c．place a bandage on the donor’s arm
d．draw the blood
e．insert a needle
4．What should one do after donating blood?
Nowadays，it's hard to find a good job and stay at it．If you’re not careful，you could ruin your career．Here are some mistakes that could cause your career to go up in flames．1．Lying．Lying can kill your career before it even starts．Resist the urge to lie on your résumé(简历)or during the interview．Don’t add degrees you didn’t eam or jobs that you never had． 36 Once you get caught，most employers will show you the door．2．Lack of sleep．The stress of not getting enough sleep makes you irritable(易怒的)．37 Who wants to work with such a person? Get enough sleep and make yourself more popular and productive．3．Laziness． 38 You should always be looking for opportunities to go above and beyond your required responsibilities．During the process you may even uncover a talent you didn’t realize you had．4．Being a loner．It’s important to be a team player．This is not your world．39 While cooperating(合作)with others，you will see your efforts appreciated and your abilities improved．5．Not improving your skills．No matter how good you are at your job，your skills will need a tune-up from time to time. 40 The free or low-cost online courses and certificate programs leave you with no excuse．Keeping your skills continually updated helps you stay longer at your job．
A．It also causes you to make serious mistakes．
B．You have to work with other people to get things done．
C．Let go of the attitude that you can do everything for others．
D．Know that your information can be easily researched today．
E．It’s important not to stay too long even if you have a good job．
F．Take the time to develop yourself before your job is taken away．
G．Good luck won’t come to you if you refuse to do more than your business．
Lately，everywhere you look，people are running around with fitness trackers on their wrists．Along with a smartphone and an accompanying app，these trackers can report how many calories you’ve burned and the distance you’ve traveled．Still curious about yourself? You can also learn the number of stairs you’ve climbed and steps you’ve taken，metrics(度量)it had never occurred to me to wonder about．
Not one to resist peer pressure,however,I paid $100 for a Fitbit Flex．I chose that brand on the basis of research：asking my friend Sari which tracker she used．
The Fitbit website offered instructions on setting up my new tracker．I entered my height and gender(性别)and certain information I considered none of its business：birth date and weight．Then I established goals．The American Heart Association recommends we all walk 1 0，000 steps a day—about five miles，and so does Fitbit．I decided 6,000 steps was a good place for me to start．
I changed my tune when，on day one，I hit 6,000 steps and tiny LED lights flashed on my wristband．Confident enough now,I went back to my phone and upped my goal to 8,000 steps．
OK．So I got a little obsessed(着迷)．On day five at a department store，I decided to check my progress．My target number was just 275 steps away!I walked around the dress department watching my smartphone register each step I took．I hate to tell you how much pleasure this gave me．
Now I always wear my tracker,not because I've grown to love fitness but because I like being trendy and self-absorbed．Last night I was leaving a restaurant when Fitbit emailed to congratulate me on walking more than 10，000 steps．Who wouldn’t love a tool that turns your every footstep into an accomplishment?
5．Why do people wear fitness trackers while running?
6．The underlined part“none of its business”in Paragraph 3 probably means“____”．
7．The author started from 6,000 steps because_____．
8．What does the author think of the experience of using the tracker?
Ifrane is a small town in Morocco，famous for its European style and its similarity to the tourist resorts(胜地)of Switzerland．Developed by the French in the 1930s，Ifrane is fondly referred to as“Africa’s Little Switzerland”．
The history of Ifrane dates back to around 500 B．C．when it was the capital of an ancient Jewish Kingdom．It was called“Oufrane”then，meaning“caves”．It is believed that Jews fleeing from King Nebuchadnezzar found refuge(避难)there，and in later centuries，Arabs and Romans found their way there too.
Later，Ifrane served as an administrative town for the French govemment．The French were attracted to Ifrane for its cool climate during the summer．They turned the town into an ideal settlement for European families—it was designed to make its foreign inhabitants(居民)feel at home．Therefore，the architectural style and even the trees and flowering plants were imported from Europe．
When Morocco gained independence，the locals moved into Ifrane，filling it with a bit of their own culture．They enlarged the town，built a public market，and added other facilities．The famous Al Akhawayn University was founded in Ifrane in the mid-1990s．Many of the old wooden houses have been torn down and replaced with apartments．Still，there are plenty of red roofs dotting the town’s scenery．
Ifrane is easily accessible by road，making it a popular tourist destination among locals and international tourists．The town is proud of powdery snow in the winters and cool summers，making it an inviting resort all year round．Free of crime and one of the cleanest cities in Morocco，it serves as the winter playground for the wealthy from the nearby cities．For the people of Morocco，the experience of a European winter is never too far away !
9．Who were the first to settle in Ifrane?
10．Which aspect of Ifrane is not mentioned in the passage?
11．The last paragraph mainly tells us that_________．
Have you heard of the“Doomsday(世界末日)clock”?
While the name sounds particular enough to draw our attention，there is no way to actually predict doomsday．The clock is a visual way of representing the dangers our world faces and the urgency to act—with midnight symbolizing doomsday．
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists，the organization that maintains(维护)the clock，decided to keep the clock at 3 minutes to midni—the same as last year．Despite the Iran nuclear deal that weakened the threat(威胁)of nuclear war，the organization continues to worry about the lack of progress on other global issues of concern.
The clock was created nearly 70 years ago by a group of scientists who had worked on the Manhattan project—that created the world’s first atomic bomb．The bombs were dropped on two Japanese cities．Though it brought an end to one of the worst wars in human history，the bombs also exposed the world to the dangers of nuclear technology．
One of the nuclear physicists on the Manhattan project was married to an artist named Martyl Kangsdorf．It was Martyl’s idea to create a clock and set the hand to seven minutes to midnight when it first created．
Since then，the clock has been a powerful way to show humanity how close the world is to catastrophe due to human action．To maintain this clock，every year twenty members of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists gather together and assess the biggest threats to humanity．When scientists looked back at the events of 2015．two significant threats continued to exist—climate change and investment in nuclear weapons by various nations around the world．
According to the scientists，we may be able to avoid disaster if humanity reduces spending on nuclear weapons，sharply reduces greenhouse gases，deals with commercial nuclear waste，and makes agreements to prevent the misuse of new technologies．
12．The Doomsday clock was created for_____．
13．What does the underlined word“it”in Paragraph 4 refer to?
14．What are considered the most urgent threats that today’s world faces?
15．What can be inferred from this passage?
I’m a Senior3 student．I oftenquarrel with my mother about if I can watch TV after schoo1．My mother insists that Senior 3students are heavy burdened with school work and watch TV will definitelyaffect my study．She alsothought it is bad for my eyes if I watch TV too often．But I really don’t agree heropinion．I think it’srelaxed to watch TV after a day of hard work．And it also keeps me informed of which is happening both at home andabroad．I do believein it is helpful to my study．So I just can’t persuade my mother．Would you please give me some advices?
A school in Sarajevo not only accepted a deaf student，but also (teach)the entireclass sign language to allow them to better communicate with him．
Theheartwarming story began in September last year a woman asked theprimary school in her neighborhood (accept)her six-year-old son，Zejd，who has a (hear) disability．The teacher，Sanela,agreed almost immediately, on the first day ofschool，she noticedZejd (sit)all by himself,unable to communicate with any of hisclassmates．
Sanela， (determine)to find a way out，tried developing a few signs of her own．But a parent of another child cameup with even better idea—getting the whole class to learn signlanguage along with Zejd．So they got a sign language teacher on board，and three months later，Zejd was able to communicate (happy)withall his classmates about regular things like homework and game)．
My teacher organized a secret Christmas gift exchange．We were to open our gifts in front of our classmates and the name of the gift giver,who would stand up and be applauded．
Every kid tore a fancy package containing a new toy．Then it was my ．The teacher handed me something wrapped(包裹)in used paper．It was so wrinkled that the colors had ．With everyone watching，I removed the paper and a cheap book with tom and dirty pages．
Inside was a handwritten showing the girl who gave me the book．When I announced her name，my classmates started ．Her gift was another indication of how this girl was from the rest of us．She’d arrive late to ，her hair wet and messy．She didn’t have friends，and the popular students made fun of her because she wore clothes and shoes．Only later in life did I understand that she came from a terribly poor family．
As the class laughed，this 8-year-old girl her head to hide her tears．But I was that the other kids would think that this girl and I were ．Only years later did I realize that what I did next was unforgivable—I the book in the garbage!
Months later，the girl schoo1．I never saw her again.I have forgotten the of many of my old classmates，but not hers．For so many years I have been trying to in touch with her,but I haven’t had any news about her yet．I owe her a sincere and I expect I will have such a chance some day．