Tony is going 【1】(enter) the photo competition. And he wants to beat He Zhong, the boy 【2】 (连词) won the competition last year. He chooses the subject Home and Away. Daming advises him【3】(take) some photos of Beijing and add some【4】(photo) of Cambridge that he took 【5】(recent). At last, Tony decides to use the photo of his cousin flying kites with Chinese kids in the Summer Palace and the one of him reading a Chinese menu for the【6】(one) time in Cambridge. And Daming is sure he’s in with a chance.
We are members of the Wild Animals Club. Many wild animals are now in danger because of【7】(hunt). They need our 【8】(protect). Wild animals are our friends. Some famous artists have wonderful【9】(paint) of them. Wild animals also have their own families. They have feelings of happiness and【10】(sad). We should not kill them for any reason. We hope you can accept our invitation and join us. Thank you for your kindness.
Many children act in TV shows. They work several hours every day, so they cannot go to regular school. How do they get their education?
In Hollywood many TV shows are made. About forty teachers give lessons for the children in the shows. They teach wherever their pupils are working. The teachers' job is very important. They are responsible for making sure that the children work only the permitted hours each week. They are also responsible for making sure that the children learn the required subjects. They make sure, too, that the children get enough rest and play, along with their education.
Child actors are required to attend classes twenty hours each week. California law says they must be taught from September to June. If they do not make much progress in school, they are not permitted to continue working in TV shows. TV children are usually good pupils, and most of their teachers like this special kind of work. Their classes are held in some wonderful places. Sometimes the “classroom” is a Mississippi riverboat. Sometimes it is the inside of a spaceship. Often the pupils become famous stars.
（1）The teachers in Hollywood usually hold classes in ___________.
A.a classroom building
B.some interesting places
C.a Mississippi riverboat
（2）The teachers’ duty is to make sure that the child actors __________.
A.do not overwork
B.learn what they must learn
C.have enough sleep and play
D.all the above
（3）The pupils are not allowed to continue working if they ___________.
A.do not act well
B.go to regular school
C.do not get good marks
D.cannot become famous stars
（4）Which of the following statements is NOT true?
A.California law does not allow children to act in TV shows.
B.Many of the child actors can become famous stars.
C.The lessons are given by about forty teachers.
D.The teachers must teach them from September to June.
Today there are policemen everywhere, but in 1700, London had no policemen at all. A few old men used to protect the city streets at night and they were not paid.
About 300 years ago, London was starting to get bigger and more and more people began to live there. The city was very dirty and many people were poor. There were so many thieves who stole money in the streets that people stayed in their homes as much as possible.
In 1750, Henry Fielding started to pay a group of people to stop thieves. They were like policemen and were called “Bow Street Runners” because they worked near Bow Street.
Fifty years later, there were 120“Bow Street Runners”, but London had become very big and needed more policemen. So in 1829, the first Metropolitan(or London) Police Force was started with 3, 000 officers. Most of the men worked on foot, but a few rode horses. Until 1920 all the police in London were men.
Today, London police are quite well paid and for the few police officers who still ride horses, the pay is even better than for the others.
（1）In 1700, the men who protected the streets were paid __________.
（2）About 300 years ago, many people ____________.
A.wanted to leave London
B.had big houses in London
D.came to live in London
（3）People didn't leave their houses because __________.
A.they had no money
B.they were afraid of losing money
C.the city was not clean
D.they liked homes
（4）The “Bow Street Runners” ____________.
A.stopped people from stealing
C.paid people to steal
D.stopped people from riding horses
The Best Way to See Lakeland
Lake District Spectacular
The Lake District is famous for being"the most beautiful corner of England"and the tour introduces you to just that．Fantastic scenery of mountains，valleys and lakes from the south to the north．The tour includes a lake cruise（乘船游览），a visit to the 4，000year old Castlerigg Stone Circle set high on the hills．You travel over passes，through beautiful valleys，see waterfalls and traditional Lakeland villages．You have plenty of stops for admiring the views and taking photographs．
This is a tour not to be missed．
When & Where Every day from Windermere
Prices Adult﹣£36.00，Child﹣£26.00（up to 16years of age）
A．£84.00 B．£109.00 C．£104.00
Beatrix Potter's Favorite Countryside
The tour is the ideal way to explore the favourite places associated with（与…有关） Beatrix Potter．Our journey is through the beautiful Yewdale Valley，passing Yew Tree Tarn and Skelwith Bridge making our way to Coniston Water for our lake cruise．We visit the Beatrix Potter's Hill Top farm where she wrote many of her famous children's stories in this little old stone house．You have the chance to go in the shop and explore her garden．
When & Where Every day from Windermere
Prices Adult﹣£26.00，Child﹣£21.00（up to 16years of age）
Price Includes Lake Cruise on Coniston，& Hill Top Gardens
Times Leaves Windermere 12.00hrs，returns approx.16.30hrs．
【1】What can you see if you choose Tour A？_____
A. Yewdale Valley B. Coniston Water
C. Castlerigg Stone Circle D. Beatrix Potter's Hill Top farm
【2】How much will Simon，a boy of 12，and his father pay if they want to choose Tour A and Tour B？_____
A. £84.00 B. £109.00 C. £104.00 D. £144.00
【3】When does the coach leave Windermere if you choose Tour B？_____
A. 09.45hrs B. 17.00hrs C. 12.00hrs D. 16.30hrs．