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上海八校 2011 届高三联合调研考试
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第I 卷 I.Listening Comprehension Part A Short Conversations Directions: In part A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers.At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. conversations and the The questions will be spoken only once.After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers in your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1.A.At a car shop B.At a garage C.In a parking area D.In a car showroom 2.A.School master and student B Teacher and student C.Classmates D.Father and son 3.A.The meeting started earlier.B.His car was broken. C.He met with traffic jam.D.He lost his way. 4.A.Interesting B.Better C.Exciting D.Disappointing 5.A.Change her address B.Mail some letters C.Deliver some telegrams D.Call the post office 6.A.Sports B.A football match C.TV programme D.Football teams 7.A.She is always unfriendly.B.She is always friendly. C.She misunderstood the man.D.She does not like the man. 8.A.Listen to the concert at home.B.Go to the concert alone. C.Go to the concert with the man.D.Do nothing at home. 9.A.Where his uncle is.B.The way to the new railway station. C.How far the new railway station is.D.How soon the bus will come. 10.A.They should wait longer for Jane.B.Jane probable won’t come. C.He forgot to tell Jane to come.D.Jane is very busy.
Part B Passages Directions: In part B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages.The passages will be read twice but the questions will be spoken only once.When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage.
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11.A.He was arrested.B.He was taken off the plane. C He was sitting in the noisy airport building.D.He made a mistake. 12.A.Angry B.Frightened C.Annoyed D.Polite 13.A.A time bomb B.The alarm clock C.The smoke D.The passport Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14.A.2 B.3 C.4 D.6 15.A.“ The Hours” B.“ The Pianist” C.“ Chicago” D.“ Nowhere in Africa” 16.A.The reconstruction of the World Trade towers. B.The location of the new World Trade towers. C.The expense to rebuild the World Trade towers. D.The time to rebuild the World Trade towers. Part C Longer conversations Directions: In part C, you will hear two longer conversations.The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are asked to fulfill the task by filling in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. Name of the student: Name of the teacher: Purpose to call: Reasons to be absent: Time to be absent: Community Education Telephone message Jack 17 Elena Jacqueline. to 18 down with a 19 20 and Thursday
Complete the form.Write no more than THREE words for each answer. Blanks 21 through 24 are based on the following conversation. What are the two speakers doing? How much money would the woman start if employed? What’s the woman’s response to the starting salary? How many people applied for the job? Having a job 22 23 At least 21 . dollars a year. enough. 24 people.
Complete the form.Write no more than ONE word for each answer. II.Grammar and Vocabulary Section A Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C and D.Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 25.The previous lecture focused on the reading problems in new words, while this lecture will turn to in complex sentence structures. A.that B.one C.those D.ones 26.It is a common sense that for a long time in the sun might seriously damage you skin.
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A.exposed B.being exposed C.exposing D.to expose th 27.The 16 Asian Games, attracting the attention from all over the world, in Guangzhou from November 12 to 27, 2010. A.was held B.has been held C.were held D.would be held 28.After the party, most guests left, with only two of them in the host family, him cleaning up. A.remaining, helped B.remaining, helping C.remained, helped D.remained, helped 29. Under the pressure of inflation, many families, nowadays in China, cry helplessly over is left of their homes. A.what B.which C.there D.that 30.The earth, expected by many experts, in the next few years, possibly be hit by more extreme weather like thunderstorms. A.would B.may C.could D.should 31.It is quite a time Yao Ming got injured, and many fans hope it won’t be long he returns to the court. A before, since B after, when C since, before D that, when 32.The connection between Paul of the New Orleans Hornets and James of the Miami Heat has strengthened during the past seven years, to the point James thinks of Paul as his best friend in the NB A. A.which B.what C.that D.where 33.The inclusion of acupuncture marks the acknowledgement acupuncture was created by China, not other countries like South Korea, Japan, etc. A.what B.that C.which D.where 34.Unfortunately, some doctors are indifferent to patients, which causes many conflicts. A.licensed B.licensing C.license D.having licensed 35.A new production, which has come to the cinema before what would have been Bruce Lee’s 70th birthday on November, to fill the gap. A.aims B.aiming C.aimed D.to aim 36.The little boy, who can play the piano perfectly, is thought to be of a pianist. A somebody B someone C something D some one 37.If water becomes increasingly scarce in decades , water shortage will become a hot issue all over the world. A.coming B.having come C.to come D.to be coming 38. Shall we attend the concert this evening? Great idea, we can do some shopping first. A.when B.where C.since D.if 39.Determined to devote himself to those poor children, he chose to teach in a western province, though he in the city for a better life. A could stay B would have stayed C could have stayed D had stayed 40.So well in 2010 that the world has agreed that it was the year of China. A.id China perform B.China has performed C.as China performed D.China is performing
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Section B Directions: Complete the following passage by choosing the words in the box.Each word can only be used once.Note there is one word more than you need. A the sun B source F limited G renewable C unless D like E without H burning I storable J sunlight
Using the power of the sun is nothing new.People have had solar-powered calculators and buildings with solar panels for decades.But plants are the real experts: they’ve been using 41 as an energy source for billions of years. Cells in the green leaves of plants work 42 tiny factories to convert sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water into sugars and starches—stored energy that the plants can use, this conversion process is called photosynthesis(光合作用) .Unfortunately, 43 you’re a plant, it’s difficult and expensive to convert sun light into 44 energy.That’s why scientists are taking a closer look at exactly how plants do it. In a world with increasing energy needs, researchers are always looking for new ways to power everything from cars to computers 45 putting more stress on the environment.That’s another reason why scientists are so interested in solar power—it doesn’t pollute the air, water, or land.And since the sun lights and warms the entire planet, the ability to harness its energy could provide a clean energy 46 for everyone. The main sources of energy that people use today are called fossil fuels, such as natural gas, oil, and coal. Unfortunately, the supply of fossil fuel is 47 . Once we use all the coal and oil in the Earth, they’re gone for good.The sun, on the other hand, is a 48 energy source.No matter how we tap it for energy, the sun will be around –at least for the next few billion years. There’s another problem with 49 fossil fuels—pollution.The ideal energy sources of the future will be “clean”: they won’t produce carbon dioxide and other gases that pollute the environment as fossil fuels do. III.Reading Comprehension Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passages there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D.Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. An earthquake hit Kashmir on Oct.8, 2005.It took some 75000 lives, 50 130000 and left nearly 3.5 million without food, jobs or homes. 51 overnight, scores of tent villages bloomed 52 the region, tended by international aid organizations, military 53 and aid groups working day and night to shelter the survivors before winter set in. Mercifully, the season was mild.But with the 54 of spring, the refugees will be moved again. Camps that 55 health care, food and shelter for 150000 survivors have begun to close as they were 56 intended to be permanent. For most of the refugees, the thought of going back brings 57 emotions.The past six months have been difficult. Families of as many as 10 people have had to shelter 58 a single tent and share cook stoves and bathing 59 with neighbours.“ They are looking forward to the clean water of their rivers,” officials say.“They are dreaming of free fresh fruit.They want to get back to their herds and start 60 again.” But most will be returning to 61 but heaps of ruins.In many villages, electrical 62 have not been repaired, nor have roads.Aid workers 63 that it will take years to rebuild what the earthquake took away.And for the
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thousands of survivors, the 64 will never be complete. 50.A.injured B.ruined C.destroyed D.damaged 51.A.Altogether B.Almost C.Scarcely D.Surely 52.A.among B.above C.amid D.across 53.A.ranks B.equipment C.personnel D.installations 54.A.falling B.emergence C.arrival D.appearing 55.A.strengthened B.aided C.transferred D.provided 56.A.never B.once C.ever D.yet 57.A.puzzled B.contrasted C.doubled D.mixed 58.A.by B.below C.under D.with 59.A.facilities B.instruments C.implements D.appliances 60.A.producing B.cultivating C.farming D.nourishing 61.A.anything B.something C.everything D.nothing 62.A.lines B.channels C.paths D.currents 63.A.account B.measure C.estimate D.evaluate 64.A.reservation B.retreat C.replacement D.recovery Section B Directions: Read the following passage.Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. For Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) Tui Na and Your Emotional Health In Traditional Chinese Medicine the body, mind and spirit cannot be divided and so the unique whole-body treatment in Tui Na can also be a useful treatment correcting any imbalances in the body's energy before symptoms and disease can develop.It also works to restore emotional harmony as well as physical health.This is why after a Tui Na treatment many people "feel good".Many people in China use Tui Na regularly to keep healthy and to deal with some specific illnesses. Tui Na is performed on the clothed body and the patient is either lying on a couch or sitting on a chair.Therapists using a variety of strokes or movements will control the intensity and direction of pressure in an exact way.The unique rolling movement in Tui Na is one of the most difficult strokes to learn and students have to practice sometimes for many months on a rice bag before they are allowed to practice on the human body. Stress Tui Na is of course very useful for treating stress. It distributes the energy around the whole body.It is believed that Tui Na moves the strong energy in the tense muscles to the weaker areas, thus making a more balanced body.When your Qi (energy in the body) flow is balanced you feel relaxed and comfortable. Tui Na is especially useful for stiff shoulders and tense neck muscles. Emotions In Traditional Chinese Medicine each major organ is linked to an emotion.By balancing the energy in the organ, the relevant emotion will be calmed.When your emotions are out of control, you would usually turn to your doctor or perhaps a psychotherapist.But perhaps some people would not like to be seeing a psychotherapist or feel nervous about discussing their problems with
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others.With Tui Na one does not need to tell the therapist anything one does not want to.The treatment of Tui Na can deal with the problem itself — although if one does need to talk, then the safe space is there to do so.An active dialogue between the therapist and the patient will help to get a better effect. How the major organs rule your emotions Each major organ — the heart, the stomach, the spleen, the liver, the bladder, the kidneys, the lungs, etc.— is linked to a relevant emotion. The heart is linked to joy, excitement and sadness.If the heart is out of balance, the patient may dream a lot at night and often forget something important in the day. The stomach and spleen are connected with too much thinking or worrying — over anxiety.When the stomach is out of balance there is often a lack of energy.The patient often feels very tired and has no interest in doing anything at all. The liver and gall bladder are linked to anger.In Chinese Medicine the eyes are connected with the liver, and many people who suffer from anger often suffer from eye problems.The gall bladder rules decision-making and too much energy here can lead to rashness, while if there is too little it can bring about indecision. Where there is a history of depression, the therapist would look to the liver. The bladder and kidneys are linked to fear of all kinds, from simple anxieties and phobias to vague fears and worries. The lungs are connected with feelings of grief and sadness.When there is a history of grief, the therapist would look to the lungs. Tui Na is used in almost all the hospitals in China and very popular among Chinese people. It is a useful and valuable method of restoring Qi balance, when emotional and physical health is out of balance.Tui Na is one of the remaining secrets of Chinese Medicine. 65.According to the passage, which statement is TRUE about Tui Na? A.Tui Na is a whole-body treatment and can't be divided into different parts. B.Tui Na can be used to balance the diseases before they can develop in the body. C.Tui Na can bring back not only physical health but also emotional health. D.Tui Na only makes people "feel good" but do not actually cure disease. 66.How can the emotion be calmed? A.By linking the organ to an emotion. B.By telling the therapist anything one does not want to. C.By discussing their problems with others. D.By balancing the energy in the relevant organ. 67.When the stomach is out of balance, . A.the patient will have a stomachache B.the patient will have a lot to worry about C.the patient will have nothing to do D.the patient will not feel like doing anything (B) Black Boxes Although they are called "black boxes", aviation recorders are actually painted orange.This distinct color, along with the strips of reflective tape attached to the recorders' exteriors, helps investigators locate
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the black boxes following an accident.These are especially helpful when a plane lands in the water.There are two possible origins of the term " black boxes" ; Some believe it is because early recorders were painted black, while others think it refers to the charring that occurs in post-accident fires. In addition to the paint and reflective tape, black boxes are equipped with an underwater locator beacon (ULB) you look at the picture of a black box, you will almost always see a .If small, cylindrical object attached to one end of the device.This cylinder(圆筒) is actually a beacon. If a plane crashes into the water, this beacon sends out an ultrasonic pulse that cannot be heard by human ears but is readily detectable by sonar and acoustical locating equipment. There is a sensor on the side of the beacon that looks like a bull's eye.When water touches this sensor, it activates the beacon. The beacon sends out pulses at 37.5 kilohertz (kHz) and can transmit sound as deep as 14,000 feet (4,267 m) .Once the beacon begins "pinging", it pings once per second for 30 days.This beacon is powered by a battery. In rare instances, the beacon may get snapped off during a high-impact collision. In the United States, when investigators locate a black box, it is transported to the computer labs at the National Transportation Safety Board ( NTSB) .Special care is taken in transporting these devices in order to avoid any (further) damage to the recording medium.In the lab, investigators download the data from the recorders and attempt to recreate the events of the accident.This process can take weeks or months to complete.In the United States, black-boxes manufacturers supply the NTSB with the readout systems and software needed to do a full analysis of the recorders' stored data. A team of experts is usually brought in to interpret the recordings stored on a black box.This group typically includes a representative from the airline, a representative from the airplane manufacturer, an NTSB transportation-safety specialist and an NTSB air-safety investigator.This group may also include a language specialist from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and, if needed, an interpreter.This board attempts to interpret 30 minutes of words and sounds recorded by the black box. This can be a painstaking process and may take weeks to complete. The black box is an invaluable tool for any aircraft investigation.It is often the lone survivor of airplane accidents, and as such provides important clues to the cause that would be impossible to obtain any other way.As technology evolves, black boxes will continue to play a tremendous role in accident investigations. 68.Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the text? A.Aviation recorders are known as the black boxes. B.Some people believe that the black box got its name because it was painted black. C.Some people believe that the black box got its name because of its colour after the accident. D.It is only the distinct orange colour that helps investigators locate the black boxes after an accident. 69.What can activate the underwater locating beacon (ULB)? A.A bull's eye. B.Sonar. C.A sensor on the side of the beacon. D.Acoustical locating equipment. 70.How many people are needed at least to interpret the recordings stored on a black box? A.Three. B.Four. C.Five. D.Six. 71.Which word can best describe the process of interpreting recordings on a black box?
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C.Exciting. D.Suffering. (C) Another common type of reasoning is the search for causes and results.We want to know whether cigarettes really do cause lung cancer, what causes malnutrition, the decay of cities, or the decay of teeth. are equally interested in effects: what is the effect of sulphur or lead in the atWe mosphere, of oil spills and raw sewage in rivers and the sea, of staying up late on the night before an examination? Causal reasoning may go from cause to effect or from effect to cause.Either way, we reason from what we know to what we want to find out.Sometimes we reason from an effect to a cause and then on to another effect.Thus, if we reason that because the lights have gone out, the refrigerator won't work, we first relate the effect (lights out) to the cause (power off) and then relate that cause to another effect (refrigerator not working) This kind of reasoning is called, for short, . effect to effect. is quite common to reason through an extensive chain of causal relations. It When the lights go out we might reason in the following causal chain: lights out—power off—refrigerator not working—temperature will rise—milk will sour.In other words, we diagnose a succession of effects from the power failure, each becoming the cause of the next. Causes are classified as necessary, sufficient, or contributory. necessary cause is one which A must be present for the effect to occur, as combustion(燃烧) is necessary to drive a gasoline engine.A sufficient cause is one which can produce an effect unaided, though there may be more than one sufficient cause; a dead battery is enough to keep a car from starting, but faulty spark plugs or an empty gas tank will have the same effect.A contributory cause is one which helps to produce an effect but cannot do so by itself, as running through a red light may help cause an accident, though other factors — pedestrians or other cars at the crossroads — must also be present. In establishing or refuting a causal relation it is usually necessary to show the process by which the alleged (声称的) cause produces the effect.Such an explanation is called a causal process. 72.What the author discussed in the previous section is most probably about. A.relationships between causes and results B.classification of reasoning C.some other common types of reasoning D.some special type of reasoning 73.According to the passage, to do the "effect to effect" reasoning is to reason. A.from cause to effect B.from effect to cause C.from effect to effect and on to cause D.from effect to cause and on to another effect 74.A necessary cause is. A.one without which it is impossible for the effect to occur B.one of the causes that can produce the effect C.one that is enough to make the effect occur D.none of them 75.Your refrigerator is not working and you have found that the electric power has been cut off. The power failure is a A.necessary cause B.sufficient cause
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A.Comfortable.
B.Careful.
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C.contributory cause D.none of them Section C Directions: Read the following text and choose the most suitable heading from A—F for each paragraph.There is one extra heading which you do not need. A. B. C. D. E. F. Short-term schedule Attend class A daily schedule Your materials and time Long-term schedule Both long-term and short-term schedules
76 You should prepare for the semester.Buy your books early and take some time to explore their format.Gather other needed stationery such as folders for each class, paper, pens, and a calendar.Time management is creating and following a schedule.This allows you to organize your study time within the framework of school, family, work, and other responsibilities.Scheduling should be both long term and short term. 77. Read your syllabi for each class.Using a calendar, look ahead and organize all your course assignments.Note all test dates and large assignments. in all unusual outside obligations Fill that take up time. For example, your school holiday calendar is preset, and dentist appointments are often made months ahead. 78. When you create your weekly calendar, include fixed commitments such as classes work, appointments, meals, family responsibilities, and sleeping . Schedule your study and homework around these fixed commitments.Learning should be a priority, but one should also allow enough time for sleep, healthy eating habits, and leisure activities.The university expects a student to spend about two hours a week in outside study.As often as possible, a student should schedule study properly.Having regular study time will help the student develop a “study habit.” 79. Write down all the things you have to do that day and then prioritize your list.Decide when you will do each item and put your plan in action, completing the list and crossing off each item as you go.Take advantage of the “waiting time” we experience each day, such as at the doctor’s office or waiting for kids.Carry notes and texts around with you so you might use those minutes. 80. Professors ask that the students should come to their classes and they plan the semester’s work accordingly. They do not repeat lectures or give “make-up” lessons. Develop a positive relationship with your professors.Talk to your professor if an absence is unavoidable.It is your responsibility to take notes or make up for assignments that you miss. should attend You all your classes, participate in class discussions, and ask questions.You should be polite and respectful and pay attention to the discussions and questions of others. Section D Directions: Read the passage and answer the questions or complete the statements
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First Maggie, then 20, asked Stepmom and Dad if she could store a few boxes with them in Washington while she looked for another place to live.Then Maggie said she would like to move in to be with her boxes until her boyfriend Joe bought an apartment.Next Maggie asked whether Joe could move in "temporarily" until the apartment deal was closed.When Lucy and Pablo Sanchez returned home from vacation last Christmas, they found their small living room crammed with his boxes and a second welcome mat next to their own on the front porch(门廊) .Lucy Sanchez says: "I have a headache." Analysts cite a variety of reasons for this return to the nest.The marriage age is rising, a condition that makes home and its benefits particularly attractive to young people, say experts.A high divorce rate and a declining remarriage rate are sending economically pressed and emotionally frustrated survivors back to parental shelters.For some, the expense of an away-from-home college education has become so big that many students now attend local schools.Even after graduation, young people find housing costs soaring. Sallie Knighton, 26, moved back to her parents' suburban Atlanta home to save enough money to buy a car.Her job as a teacher provided only enough money to cover car payments and an additional loan she had taken out.Her mother agrees, "It's ridiculous for the kids to pay all that money for rent.It makes sense for kids to stay at home." Bradley Kulat, 25, makes about $20,000 a year as an equipment technician in a hospital.That is enough to support a modest household, but he chooses to live at his parents' house outside Chicago.He admits to expensive tastes.He recently bought an $8,000 car and owns an $800 stereo system, a $300 ten-speed bike and an elegant wardrobe.Says his mother Evelyn: "It keeps you thinking younger, trying to keep up with them." Sharing the family home requires adjustments for all.There are quarrels over bathrooms, telephones and privacy.Some families manage the delicate balancing act.At 34, Esther Rodriguez dreaded returning to her parents' Denver home after three years of law school forced her $20,000 into debt."I thought it was going to be a restriction on my independence," she recalls.Instead, she was touched when her father installed a desk and phone in the basement so she would have a private study.But for others, the setup proves too difficult.Michelle Del Turco, 24, of Englewood, Colo., a Denver suburb, has been home three times—and left three times."What I considered a social drink, my dad considered an alcohol problem," she explains."He never liked anyone I dated, so I either had to sneak around or meet them at friends' houses." (Write your answer with no more than FIFTEEN words. ) 81.What does “a second welcome mat next to their own on the front porch” (Paragraph 1) mean to Lucy? 82.Today, more and more people choose to return to the nest forandreasons. 83.The underlined expression “to admit to expensive tastes” means 84.Why did Michelle Del Turco have to sneak around or meet his date at friends' houses?
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I.Translation Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words or phrase given in the brackets. 1,仅凭你提供的证据不能证明他是有罪的。 (alone) 2,限制车牌数量发放的政策旨在缓解上海严重的交通拥堵。 (aim )
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3,上海出台了 12 条房产新政 Real Estate Deal ) ( 来遏制房价, 结果许多房产中介纷纷倒闭。 ( issue ) 4,只有当我们完全理解生命的价值时我们才会珍惜幸福的每一刻并且帮助周围的人。 (Only…) 5,谈到当前部分商品价格上涨的原因时,某官员说有四个原因:货币发行过量、自然灾害、 劳动力成本上涨和炒作(speculation)( talk ) 。 II.Guided Writing 上海某社区号召市民对生活垃圾进行分类, 请你向小区居民做一个演讲: 宣传生活垃圾分类 事宜: (包括以下内容,字数 120-150) 红色垃圾桶 绿色垃圾桶 黑色垃圾桶 废电池、废油漆等有害物 废纸、空瓶等可再利用物 厨房垃圾等可沤肥物
(下面是手打的,欢迎纠正错误) 1—5 BCCDD 6—10 CBCBA 11—13 BDB 14—16 ACA 17 Hamilton 18 report an absense 19 high fever 20 Tuesday and Wednesday, 21interview 22 10500 23 Reasonable 24 seven 25—29 CBCBA 30—34 BCDBA 35—40 ACCDCA 41—49 JDCIEBFGH 50—54 ABDCC 55—59 DADCA 60—64 CDACD 65—67 CDD 68—71 DCBB 72—75 CDAB 76—80 DEACB
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Keys: 1.Maggie and her boyfriend will live with her parents for a long time. 2.economic/emotional 3.to buy expensive goods to meet his own interests 4.Her father didn’t like whoever she dated. 翻译: 1. The proof/evidence alone (that ) you provide prove that he is guailty/his guilty. 2. The policy that the numbers of issuing license plates/number plates/registration plates are limited aims to ease/aims at easing Shanghai’s serious traffic jams. 3. 12 Real Estate Deal has been issued in Shanghai to stop/prevent/keep the housing prices form rising causing many housing agencies to close down/leading to many housing agencies closing down. 4. Only when we fully/quite understand the value of life can we cherish/treasure every moment of happiness and help the people around. 5. Talking of the reasons for the rising prices of current commodities/goods,some/a certain official said that there were four (reasons):excessive currency,natural disaster,rising cost of labour force and speculation.
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