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1．What may happen to the girl?
A．She may be fired． B．She may be promoted． C．She may be praised．
2．Where does the conversation take place?
A．In a cinema． B．In a clothes shop． C．In a post office．
3．What will the man probably do tonight?
A．Go swimming． B．Go to the concert． C．Go shopping．
4．How many miners were killed in the accident?
A．13． B．30． C．3．
5．What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers?
A．Teacher and student． B．Salesgirl and customer． C．Doctor and patient．
6．What can we learn about the speakers?
A．They’re friends． B．They’re strangers． C．They’re relatives．
7．What makes the man feel tired?
A．Working in the sun． B．Carrying the woman’s books． C．Going over his English．
8．How will the speakers decorate their house again?
A．By painting the wall in blue．
B．By repainting the living room．
C．By drawing a picture on the curtain．
9．What will the two speakers do first?
A．Buy some paint． B．Make a plan． C．Visit a country-style house．
10．What does Jenny look like?
A．She has black hair． B．She is a short girl． C．She has blue eyes．
11．What is the population of Australia?
A．About 20，000，000．B．About 200，000，000． C．About 120，000，000．
12．Which city is the largest in Australia?
A．Melbourne． B．Sydney． C．Canberra．
13．What is the man famous for?
A．Doing business． B．Collecting coins． C．Teaching maths．
14．How does the man get the coins for his collection?
A．He trades for rare and old ones．
B．His uncle often gives him some．
C．He asks for some from his friends．
15．Who is the woman?
A．A teacher． B．A saleslady． C．A journalist．
16．What is the conversation mainly about?
A．The career． B．The hobby． C．The business．
17．What does the speaker prefer to do in the spare time?
A．Stay at home． B．Go outdoors． C．Watch TV．
18．What is most important for a healthy body?
A．Enough physical exercises． B．Strong sunlight． C．Fresh air．
19．Why does the speaker prefer outdoor activities?
A．He can save a lot of time and money．
B．He can make a lot of good friends．
C．He has spent too much time indoors．
20．Which is the advantage of having some amusement indoors?
A．Expensive to plan． B．Simple to conduct． C．Interesting to organize．
Welcome to Sun Bright Hotel，New York
This hotel is perfect for student travelers on a low budget or travelers looking for an inexpensive，limited service hotel，and wanting to stay in New York City．
•The sleeping rooms are small and equipped with a 13-inch TV with cable．Guests must walk up one flight of stairs to reach the rooms and the lobby(大厅)on the second floor．No bathroom in the rooms，and they are located in each floor and shared．
•There is no restaurant in the hotel，but there are many Asian restaurants within a two-minute walk from the hotel．The hotel’s location in Chinatown provides its guests with world-class eateries within blocks．It is also only blocks from great Italian restaurants in Little Italy，approximately a five-minute walk from the hotel．Located in Manhattan’s Chinatown district，the hotel is a walking distance to many famous supermarkets on Canal Street，Little Italy，Tribeca，SoHo and the Financial District．
Room and Accommodation
•Connection for laptop
•Direct dial phone
•Automatic wake-up call
Location and Contact Information
•Address：140 Hester Street New York NY 1 00 1 3 United States
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21．We can learn that the hotel is________．
A．fashionable B．plain C．high D．grand
22．What service is provided in the hotel?
A．Delicious breakfast． B．Free Wi-Fi．
C．Automatic wake-up service． D．Fitness equipment．
23．We can infer that it is very convenient for guests in the hotel to________．
A．see a film B．attend a concert
C．visit a zoo D．go shopping
In 1989，Chito Shedden，a fisherman from Siquirres，Costa Rica，was walking along a fiver bank when he spotted a dying crocodile，which had been shot through the head．Chito acted quickly，asking several brave friends to load the heavy reptile(爬行动物)into his boat．He named the huge reptile，“Pocho”and began to care for him in his own backyard．
In time，Pocho improved enough to return to normal health．It was time for him to return to his own river in the wild．Chito and his friends loaded the crocodile back into his boat and released him in a nearby fiver．The next morning，however，something incredible happened…
When Chito awoke the next morning and walked outside，he found Pocho sleeping at the door．The crocodile had swum down the fiver and followed him home．It seemed to Chito that Pocho had made his choice．He wanted to live with the man who had saved his life．
As time marched on，Pocho became a member of the family．Sometimes，Chito tried calling his name．The crocodile responded，and the fisherman knew he could be trained…Chito worked with Pocho for 10 years before he started to become more playful．It was a slow and challenging process．
Now，the two are inseparable．Every day，Chito wades out into the chest-deep water in his 100 square meters lake and calls out for his friend，who appears from beneath the muddy depths to roll about and play with his keeper．The unique ritual(老规矩)has drawn the attention of tourists from around the world
Every Sunday afternoon for the past few decades，Chito and Pocho have performed a weekly act in his own backyard before hundreds of tourists．Many tourists travel to Siquirres only to see the show．The trust relationship between man and reptile is highlighted by the water wrestling，belly rubs，and hand feeding that the two friends engage in during the show．
24．What were things like for Pocho when it was found?
A．Its head was shot through．
B．It was ready to escape．
C．It was trapped in a fishing net．
D．It was giving birth along the bank．
25．What happened after Chito put Pocho back to nature?
A．Chito missed Pocho so much that he fell i11．
B．Chito searched for ways to cure Pocho．
C．Pocho couldn’t get used to its life in nature．
D．Pocho followed Chito back to his home．
26．Which of the following words can be used to describe the relationship between Chito and Pocho?
A．Harmonious． B．Normal． C．Indifferent． D．Terrible．
27．What can we infer from the last paragraph?
A．Chito and Pocho perform the show for the tourists for free．
B．The crocodile show has become a popular tourist attraction．
C．Many tourists are inspired by Chito to keep crocodiles as pets．
D．Crocodiles are actually not a fearful animal for human beings．
Self-driving cars are so popular that the University of Michigan has even established a town called Mcity to allow car manufacturers to safely test their autonomous cars．
While Mcity can be used to simulate(模拟)many real-life road conditions，it cannot help test gestures drivers use to communicate their intention to other drivers，pedestrians or cyclists．To find a solution，US car manufacturer Ford，with researchers from Virginia Tech，initially considered using text as a way to communicate the car's intention，but decided it would probably not work universally．The option of using symbols was also discarded，because research shows that a majority of people do not have a good understanding of what they mean．
Finally，the researchers settled on light signals．A white light warned that there were no humans in the car. A slow blinking one indicated that the car was coming to a stop，while a rapidly flashing light cautioned passersby that the car was about to accelerate．
Then came the big challenge—testing the signals on real roads．“We needed to try out this new lighting to communicate the intention of the vehicle，but if you’ve got a driver behind the seat，you still have natural communication between humans，”said Andy Shaudt，who led the Virginia Tech research team．“So we needed to make it look like a driverless ear．”
The team designed a car seat costume(戏装)that the driver would wear to cover his／her face and upper body．Of course，the drivers could see very clearly．The researchers then equipped the car with cameras to capture human reactions to a light bar on the windshield(挡风玻璃)，which flashed one of the three signals when appropriate．Six drivers，all keeping their hands low on the wheel so as not to be detected，took turns to test driving the car through the busy streets.
The overall reaction to the flashing lights was very encouraging．Who knew costumes could be useful for more than Halloween?
28．What did the team first consider using as a way to communicate the car's intention?
A．Light． B．Language． C．Symbols． D．Sound.
29．The underlined word“they”in the second paragraph refers to_______．
A．svmbo1s B．drivers C．researchers D．flashes
30．What does a rapidly flashing light mean?
A．The car was coming to a stop． B．There was no driver in the car．
C．The car was about to speed up． D．The car was about to slow down.
31．The car seat costume was intended to_______．
A．amuse the driver B．attract the pedestrians
C．warn the cyclists D．confuse the people
Columbus Day has been on American calendars since 1937，when President Franklin D．Roosevelt declared October 12 a federal holiday to honor the Italian explorer who“discovered”the Americas in 1492．However，the holiday has always been controversial．Many people believe that Christopher Columbus should not be given credit for“discovering”the continent，since native Americans had already been living there for generations．
Besides，the explorer，s mission was not a scientific“voyage of discovery”，but one intended to conquer the new land．Critics maintain that the Spanish army Columbus brought on his second voyage，caused the deaths of hundreds of thousands of indigenous(土著的)people．Those that survived the massacre became slaves，working in mines．Many，therefore，believe that the explorer's arrival should not be celebrated．
In 1977，a delegation of Native nations at the International Conference on Discrimination Against Indigenous Populations in the Americas，proposed renaming the holiday to“Indigenous People’s Day”．The proposal passed with a majority．
However，convincing the rest of the country to do the same was not that easy．It took 15 years before the city of Berkeley in California adopted the name in 1992 and then 22 more years before Minneapolis，MN and Seattle，WA did the same in 2014．The following year，eight more cities including Albuquerque，NM and Portland，OR，began celebrating the second Monday of October as“Indigenous People’s Day”. The movement really started to gain momentum in 2016 when 19 cities，including Boulder，CO and Phoenix，AZ，as well as the states of Minnesota and Vermont，a11 decided to rename the day to honor Native Americans．In 2017，21 more cities，including Austin，TX and Los Angeles，CA have made the shih．
With the increasingly larger number of cities moving away from Columbus Day each year，it will be interesting to see if“Indigenous People’s Day”gets federal recognition．Meanwhile，it will continue to be the focal point of debates throughout the Americas．
32．Which of the following is the best title of the passage?
A．Indigenous People’s Day Has Got Federal Recognition after Years’Work
B．Columbus Day Honoring the Italian Explorer Has Always Been Controversial
C．Christopher Columbus Should Not Be Given Credit for Discovering Americas
D．More Cities Have Replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous People’s Day
33．Many people don’t agree that________．
A．Indigenous discovered the continent
B．Columbus was a remarkable explorer
C．Native Americans were abused
D．Columbus Day is a public holiday
34．What can we infer from the second paragraph?
A．Columbus was well received by indigenous people．
B．The indigenous people hated the Columbus’arrival．
C．The Spanish army rebelled against Columbus’rule．
D．Few soldiers survived the attack by native Americans．
35．Which of the following cities is the earliest to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous People’s Day?
A．Portland． B．Phoenix． C．Seattle． D．Los Angeles．
Hobbies let you explore interests outside your work．They make you be creative and try all kinds of new things． 36 How can you choose the hobby that suits you from these options? Here are some tips．
Look at what interests you．And examine what takes up your spare time，when you have it．Do you enjoy reading books? Maybe you want to try your hand at writing them．37
38 Do you value wisdom or courage? Do you admire artistic expression? Let those traits(特点)guide you when choosing a hobby．For instance，you could take up painting because you admire people who can express themselves with art．
Examine your skills and personality．Certain hobbies require certain skill sets．If you don’t have a great deal of patience，then maybe hand sewing isn’t something you’d enjoy．However，if you love building things，maybe you should consider a hobby like working on older cars or building furniture． 39
Pay attention to what excites your passion．The way you talk about issues can also reveal your passions and those passions can be developed into a hobby．Think about the topics you go on endlessly about． 40 Now，think about what it is about that subject that you enjoy so much and determine how it can be transformed into a hobby．For instance，maybe you are passionate about local politics，and getting involved in the community voluntary work could become your hobby．
After having a child，I found my regular exercise interrupted．I was not only busy；I also lacked the motivation．Solo gym sessions or some quick 41 following the DVD while the baby sleeps didn’t 42 me at a11．So I decided to sign up for a hiking 43 in Peru，hoping that it would get me 44 again．
Looking over my travel arrangements before I left．I 45 phrases such as“3-hour hike 46 primitive forests”and“sliding with a rope down waterfalls”，and I started to feel a little 47 ．
However，as we made our way through the forests and were 48 with amazing views of 49 waterfalls，this team of strangers 50 me to go on．Being physically active with a group motivated me to reach the 51 or the valley below—rather than simply lying down on the forest floor and giving up， 52 I might have done if I were alone．
53 confirm my experience：Group exercise can really start a new attitude toward fitness．“People get a better 54 in a group than they do on their own，”said Allison Kimmel，a group 55 instructor．That’s because other people 56 both support and competition．“Humans are 57 animals and the shared experience of facing a challenge 58 is compelling(不可抗拒的)，”sd said David Ezell，the CEO of fitness provider Darien Wellness．
With the 59 of a group，I'm slowly getting back into a 60 lifestyle．
41．A．summary B．addition C．exercise D．1ecture
42．A．contribute to B．appeal to C．cater to D．object to
43．A．trip B．voyage C．award D．speech
44．A．acting B．flying C．studying D．moving
45．A．examined B．scanned C．copied D．deleted
46．A．across B．over C．through D．beyond
47．A．convinced B．disappointed C．delighted D．worried
48．A．rewarded B．crowded C．covered D．equipped
49．A．awful B．awesome C．accessible D．still
50．A．begged B．forced C．permitted D．inspired
51．A．summit B．foot C．destination D．waterfall
52．A．that B．which C．where D．when
53．A．Victims B．Tourists C．Strangers D．Experts
54．A．position B．workout C．income D．diet
55．A．business B．career C．flight D．fitness
56．A．offer B．consume C．receive D．ignore
57．A．natural B．traditional C．practical D．social
58．A．alone B．alike C．together D．close
59．A．popularity B．development C．increase D．support
60．A．wealthier B．healthier C．higher D．richer
Most pilots try to avoid 61 (fly)into big storms．But for Scott Price，flying 62 (direct)into them is just another day on the job．He is a hurricane hunter．
Last month，Price flew through Hurricane Harvey， 63 most powerful storm to hit the US mainland in more than 10 years．Harvey 64 (cause)massive flooding in Texas，especially in Houston．
Hurricanes are powerful storms that form 65 the ocean．They bring heavy rains and strong winds that can reach more than 150 66 (mile)per hour．Hurricanes that reach land can flood cities and destroy homes．
When a hurricane forms，Price and his crew board their plane and fly through the storm 67 it reaches land．The ride is often bumpy and violent．During a flight，crew members release devices called dropsondes，which are long tubes 68 (attach)to parachutes．As the dropsondes fall through a storm，instruments inside them collect data，such as wind speed and direction．That information 69 (send)to the National Hurricane Center in Florida．Experts there use that data to track the size of the hurricane and where it's headed．
Though his job is sometimes 70 (danger)，Price says it’s worth it．
The other day，when I walked by a food shop，I noticed a old woman buying some food．She doesn’t pay in cash．Instead of，she paid with WeChat．WeChat payment is becoming more and more popular．Why people like to use WeChat payment? The main reason is that it is simple and convenience．What we need to do are to take out the cellphone，scan the QR code and pay for the goods we buy．We don’t have to carry wallets with me any longer．WeChat payment，that has changed the way we shop，was creating by Chinese．We should be proud of become a Chinese．It shows to the world that Chinese people are creative．
W: I’m very sorry that I have come late, but my car broke down on my way to work.
M: This is the last time you have said sorry to me. Do you know how many times you have been late for work this week?
M: Oh, it is really nice! Where is the fitting room, please?
W: Over there, sir.
W: Are you going to the concert with us tonight?
M: I’d like to, but I promised Jenny to go shopping at that time.
M: The paper said 30 workers lost their lives in the mine accidents.
W: The government should take steps to stop such things from happening again.
W: Is there anything serious with me?
M: Take it easy. Nothing serious. Have a rest for a couple of days and you will be well.
W: It seems you’ve burned yourself out.
M: Pardon. I’m afraid I didn’t quite catch you.
W: You look tired. You must have overworked yourself.
M: Yes, a little bit. I’ve been hitting the books all these days.
W: Why have you been studying so hard?
M: I need to review my English.
W: So that’s what keeps you so busy recently!
M: Yes, I’ve been tied up with my studies. Now, what worries me a lot is my English.
W: But why? Your English is very good.
M: Thank you. You are very kind.
W: No, I’m telling the truth. As an American, I understand you quite well.
M: It’s very kind of you to say so.
W: Honey, how long have we been living here?
M: About 10 years. What’s wrong?
W: I am thinking about decorating our house again.
M: That would cost a lot of money. But we do need to do some changes to the house.
W: Right. What about repainting the living room in yellow?
M: Good idea. I like the countryside style.
W: Great minds think the same. And we can also ask someone to draw a picture on the wall.
M: It sounds great. And the curtain should be changed too.
W: OK. Maybe we should make a plan first.
W: Who is the tall girl standing under the tree?
M: The girl with fair hair and blue eyes? She is Jenny, a newcomer in my class. Jenny is from Australia.
W: Australia? A faraway country from Beijing?
M: Yes, Australia is in the south hemisphere.
W: Is it a big country?
M: Yes. It is very big. It almost covers a whole continent. But its population is very small. Only about 20,000,000.
W: I hear Australia has a different season from China.
M: Right. Now we are in winter. It is very cold here in Beijing, but in Australia it is summer, it is very hot.
W: The 27th Olympic Games was held in Sydney, Australia. Is Sydney the capital of Australia?
M: No, Sydney is the largest and oldest city in Australia, but it is not the capital of Australia. Another famous city in Australia is Melbourne.
W: Which city is the capital of Australia?
W: Professor Jones, you're well known as a professor of mathematics at the City College. We're writing about what professional people do in their spare time for our newspaper. May I ask you a few questions about your favorite hobby?
M: Sure, I love discussing my hobby with people. I'm a coin collector.
W: How long have you been collecting coins?
M: Since I was 12 years old. My uncle gave me a book with spaces to put coins into.
W: How did your interest grow?
M: I filled that book and continued to look at the coins that passed through my hands, searching for rare and old ones.
W: Where do you find the coins for your collection?
M: Sometimes in my pocket change, but usually I buy them from other collectors or trade for others.
W: What does your collection consist of now?
M: I have over 5,000 valuable coins which have doubled in value.
W: You seem very businesslike in your hobby.
M: Well, do you think so? But my hobby is mainly based on interest.
W: Thank you for the answers, Professor Jones. I think people will like to read about your hobby.
M:With the development of science and technology, people have more spare time. But how do we spend the free time? I prefer to go outdoors and spend my free time in some different places and with some different people.
The first reason for outdoor activities is that I have spent too much time indoors. Most of the time I sit in the classroom, listen to the teachers and do my exercises. The outdoor activities are too limited. Fresh air, sunlight and most important, enough physical exercises are needed for a healthy body. So when I am free, I should go out. The second reason is that I want to have more experience in my life. When you go out, far away from your daily life, you will meet a lot of people who are quite different from you. It will give you a lot of exciting experience.
However, outdoor activities will take a lot of money and energy. So if you have not prepared enough, having some amusement indoors is also a good choice, which may be much cheaper and easy to carry out. Reading some books and enjoying music are also very good.
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21. B 细节理解题。根据This hotel is perfect for student travelers on a low budget or travelers looking for an inexpensive, limited service hotel可知这个宾馆很简陋。
22. C 细节理解题。根据Room and Accommodation里的内容可知宾馆提供自动叫早服务。
23. D 推理判断题。根据the hotel is a walking distance to many famous supermarkets可知这个宾馆离购物中心很近，故购物应当非常方便。
24. A 推理判断题。第一段说Chito遇到这只鳄鱼的时候，这只鳄鱼奄奄一息，它的脑袋被射穿了，因此选A。
25. D 细节理解题。第三段说，Pocho这条鳄鱼从河里跟着Chito游回来，在Chito家门口睡了一夜，由此可知选D。
26. A 推理判断题。从倒数第二段可以看出Chito和这条鳄鱼配合默契，关系融洽。
27. B 推理判断题。根据最后一段Every Sunday afternoon … see the show可以判断Chito和这条鳄鱼的水中表演成了受欢迎的旅游项目。
28.B 细节理解题。根据第二段To find a solution, US car manufacturer Ford, with researchers from Virginia Tech, initially considered using text as a way to communicate the car’s intention可知这个研究小组最初考虑用文本（文字语言）来表达汽车的行车意图。
29.A 词义猜测题。根据前一句的The option of using symbols was also discarded可以判断they在此指的是“符号”。
30.C 细节理解题。根据第二段a rapidly flashing light cautioned passersby that the car was about to accelerate可知灯光快速闪烁表明汽车马上要加速行驶了。
31.D 推理判断题。根据第四段中的The team designed a car seat costume that the driver would wear to cover his/her face and upper body/Six drivers, all keeping their hands low on the wheel so as not to be detected等信息可知这套汽车坐椅服装是用来迷惑人们的，使人们以为这是一辆无人驾驶的汽车。
32. D 主旨大意题。本文主要讲越来越多的美国城市不再庆祝“哥伦布日”，而是庆祝“土著人日”，故D项最佳。A项不符合事实。B项和C项是文章的细节，不具有概括性。
33.A 细节理解题。根据第一段Many people believe that Christopher Columbus should not be given credit for “discovering” the continent, since Native Americans had already been living there for generations可知很多人认为哥伦布不应该因为“发现”新大陆而受到称赞。因为美洲土著人在哥伦布来到之前已经在美洲大陆生活了很多年。
34. B 推理判断题。根据第二段that the Spanish army Columbus brought on his second voyage, caused the deaths of hundreds of thousands of indigenous（土著的） people. Those that survived the massacre became slaves，working in mines可知哥伦布带来的西班牙军队屠杀了成千上万的土著人，幸存下来的土著人被迫当奴隶或在矿山干活。可见土著人是憎恨哥伦布的到来的。
35. C 细节理解题。根据第四段可知在这四个城市中，Seattle（西雅图）是最早用“土著人日”取代“哥伦布日”的城市。
36. E 后面一句How can you choose the hobby that suits you from these options?有提示。故可判断本句是讲“爱好选择”的。故选E项。
37. D 本段主要讲把喜欢的东西变成爱好。D项符合要求。
38. B 本处需要一个主题句。本段反复提到了value，admire等词汇，故可判断本段讲的是“考虑一下你最珍惜的东西是什么”。故选B。
39. A 本处需要一个结论句。本段主要讲“要考虑自己的技能和个性，发挥自己的特长”。A项符合结论句的要求。
40. F 本段主要讲“什么能激发你的激情？你谈论最多的话题通常能透露你的激情所在”，F项（问问朋友和家人你谈得最多的是什么？）符合句意。
42. B 动词短语appeal to在此意为“对……有吸引力”，符合句意。contribute to“导致，引起”；cater to“迎合，满足”；object to“反对”。
43. A 作者决定报名参加在秘鲁举行的一次远足旅行活动。
44. D 作者希望这次远足旅行活动能使自己“动起来”，get sb./sth. moving是固定短语。
45. B scan在此是“扫描，看到”之意。在出发前，作者浏览了一下行程安排表，看到了诸如“原始森林远足3小时”、“沿瀑布滑绳而下”之类的语句。
46. C “穿过原始森林”应用介词through。
47. D 看到这些具有挑战性的词语，作者感到有点担心。
48. A be rewarded with在此意为“得到……的奖赏”。符合句意。
49. B 形容词awesome在此意为“令人敬畏的，极好的”，符合句意。awful“可怕的”；accessible“可达到的”；still“静止的”。
50. D 这群由陌生人组成的团队激励着“我”前行。
51. A 后面一句or the valley below有提示，故可判断此空应指的是“山顶”。
52. B which在此引导一个非限定性定语从句，先行词为前面一句所表达的内容。
53. D 后面作者引用了两位专家的说法来证明自己的观点，故选D。expert意为“专家”，符合句意。
54. B 团队锻炼活动比单独锻炼活动效果会更好。workout在此用作名词，意为“锻炼”。
55. D 只有fitness与“锻炼”相关。fitness意为“健美”，符合句意。
56. A 这是因为团队里其他的人既提供了鼓励同时也形成了竞争的态势。
57. D 人是社交动物。social在此意为“社交的，群居的”，符合句意。
58. C 副词together在此是“一起，共同地”，符合句意。
59. D 考查原词复现。前文That’s because other people 56 both support and competition有提示。
60. B 有了团队的支持，“我”又慢慢地恢复了健康的生活方式。
61. flying考查非谓语动词。avoid 后面要求接动名词作宾语。
62. directly 考查副词。应用副词修饰动词。
63. the 考查冠词。形容词最高级前面应加定冠词the。
64. caused 考查时态。根据前面的时间状语Last month可知此处应用一般过去时态。
65. over考查介词。介词over 在此表示“在……的上方”。
69. is sent 考查动词时态和语态。send和information 存在动宾关系，故用被动语态形式。此处讲的是一般性的情况。故填is sent。
The other day, when I walked by a food shop, I noticed a old woman buying some food. She
doesn’t pay in cash. Instead of, she paid with WeChat. WeChat payment is becoming more and
more popular. Why ∧people like to use WeChat payment? The main reason is that it is simple and
convenience. What we need to do are to take out the cellphone, scan the QR code and pay for the
goods we buy. We don’t have to carry wallets with me any longer. WeChat payment, that has
changed the way we shop, was creating by Chinese. We should be proud of become a Chinese. It
shows to the world that Chinese people are creative.
One possible version:
How time flies! It is time for me to graduate from college. Instead of finding a stable job in a big company, I would like to start my own business. I am planning to set up a company, selling books in foreign languages. Sales will be conducted online and offline. I will set up a bookshop near our university. At the same time books will also be sold online.
As you know, there is no bookshop selling books in the original language nearby. As a result, it is very difficult for teachers and students to buy books in foreign languages. I think this is a good business opportunity. Besides, majoring in English literature, I have advantages over others to do so.
As an employment adviser, what do you think of my plan? I’m looking forward to your advice.
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