be dressed in, feel like,put up,come into view,as usual
1.Many people watching football games. 2.Those college students who uniform are working as volunteers to help those in need during their winter holiday. 3.After a whole day's cycling, Wang kun and Wang Wei their tent and began to rest. 4.As we rounded the bend,a big house. 5.Because of the bacteria,we can’t eat the dumplings.
Throughout their history, Americans have been people on the move. The early people had to 1 to get to the New World Once they arrived,they 2 along the East Coast But they weren’t 3 to stay there. Explorers and traders journeyed to the unknown western places. Even today , Americans seem unable to 4 at some place long. Research says that the 5 American moves every five years. Apart from their habit of changing 6 addresses ,Americans are used to traveling. Some people make long trips to work every day. Their jobs may even 7 them to take frequent business trips. Most companies provide an annual vacation for their workers and people often use that 8 to travel every year. Some people just 9 friends or relatives in distant states. Others go on cheap weekend hikes. Most Americans prefer to travel 10 their nation’s borders. For one thing,it's cheaper than traveling abroad,and for another thing there’s no 11 problem. But besides that the wide 12 offers a lot of tourist attractions. 13 lovers can enjoy beaches,mountains,lakes and a 14 of natural wonders. Major cities offer visitors a great number of 15 . The convenienc e of modem freeways,railways and airplanes makes it easy to travel in America. American families often plan their trips with the 16 in mini More and more“family friendly" vacation resorts(胜地) 17 special programs for children. History fans 18 famous historical sites and museums. Environmentalists (环保人士)prefer“green vacations”一trips that allow them to see plants and animals up — close without 19 the balanceof nature. Being on the go 20 Americans what they are: people on the move. In America,malmost everybody is a tourist sometimes. 1.A.travel B.fly C.refuse D.wish 2.A.fought B.developed C.settled D.hunted 3.A.content B.able C.willing D.eager 4.A.look B.stay C.shout D.call 5.A.common B.normal C.ordinary D.average 6.A.school B.farm C.home D.factory 7.A.order B.require C.warn D.suggest 8.A.money B.skill C.job D.time 9.A.call B.write C.visit D.interview 10.A.outside B.beside C.within D.around 11.A.food B.language C.flight D.water 12.A.world B.town C.city D.country 13.A.Nature B.Sport C.Music D.Food 14.A.set B.world C.piece D.series 15.A.problems B.pezzles C.delights D.surprises 16.A.kids B.elders C.adults D.pleasures 17.A.offer B.find C.sell D.help 18.A.turn out B.seek out C.carry out D.speak out 19.A.protecting B.paying C.consodering D.disturbing 20.A.carries B.changs C.makes D.feels
Breakfast has long been, regarded as the most importantmeal of the day , vital for getting the body going 1 preventing overeating later on. Contrary 2popularbelief , the study found the first meal of the day had little impact on snacking or portion sizes later in. the day. The researcher added, "The 3 (believe) thatbreakfast is the ' most important meal of the day, is so widespread 4many people are surprised to learn thatthere is a lack of scientific evidence 5(show)whether or how breakfast may directly cause changes in ourhealth. 6is certainly true that people who 7(regular) eat breakfast tend to be slimmer and healthier but these individuals also typically follow most other recommendations for a healthy lifestyle, so have more 8(balance) diets and take more physical exercise." In another study 9(publish) this month,researchers at Birmingham 10(divide)volunteers in-to three groups. One skipped breakfast,another always ate it and a third continued with current diet. Four months later, no one in any group lost much weight.