命题人：许静 熊耀星 审校人：傅国珍 第I卷
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节（共 5 小題；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出 最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 l0 秒钟的时间来回答有关 小题和阅读
下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What time will the two speakers leave? A. At 7:30. A. Telephone him. A. At a theatre. A. Teacher and student. A. She drives too slowly. B. At 8:00. B. Stay at home. B. At a restaurant. B. Boss and secretary. B. She has not turned up. C. At 8:40. C. See a doctor. C. At a gas station. C. Classmates. C. She was rude to him. 2. What does the man think Alex should do? 3. Where does this conversation most probably take place? 4. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? 5. Why is the man angry with Anne? 第二节（共 15 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三 个选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时问阅 读各个小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独 白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. What does the woman want to do? A. Ask the man to give her money back. B. Exchange the skirt for a bigger one. C. Buy another skirt for her daughter. 7. What does the man mean? A. The woman can get a skirt in size 12. B. The woman should try on another skirt. C. The woman can get a skirt in size 14 tomorrow. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。
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8. Where is the man making the telephone call? A. At his home. B. In the hospital. C. In Dr. Carter's office. 9. Why does the man want to see Dr. Carter? A. He was hit by a ladder. B. He hurt his foot. C. He broke his 1eg. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10-12 题。 10. Which plane lands in Auckland? A. Northwest 212. A. At 10:30 pm. A. 585 dollars. B. Japan Airlines 123. B. At 12:30 pm. B. 1,170 dollars. C. Chicago 213. C. At 6:30 pm. C. 936 dollars. 11. When does the plane arrive in New Zealand? 12. How much does the man need to pay? 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13-16 题。 13. What does the man want to do? A. Borrow a book. A. It is as good as others say. B. Its plot is splendid. C. It is disappointing. 15. What can we learn about the man? A. He is a fan of the writer. B. He thinks the writer is bad at characterization. C. He has not read any of the writer' s other books. 16. What do the reviews say about the book? A. Mixed. B. Average. C. Terrible. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17-20 题。 17. What makes fatty meals more popular with children? A. Promotions. A. Apple sticks. B. Toys. B. Sweets. C. Discounts. C. Fast food. 18. Which of the follow meals is recommended for overweight children? 19. What is the most important thing in getting children to exercise? A. Teach them to have a strong will. B. Force them to exercise every day. C. Make exercise fun for them. 20. How many suggestions does the woman offer? A. 2. B. 3.
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B. Buy a book.
C. Lend a book.
14. What does the woman think of the book?
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第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节 （共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项。 A NEW YORK---Booksellers and technology companies are diving into the world of digital books. Sony Corp is selling the Reader Digital Book for $299, while giant online shopping company Amazon.com offers the Kindle for $399. The digital books are light, easy on the eyes and let readers carry around as many as 200 titles in hardware that weighs less than a pound. But to some people, there’s something missing. “It’s , I guess, the feel of holding a book that someone really put a lot of effort into writing,” said Katy Farina, 21. Farina, a college student who was browsing (浏览) at a bookstore, said, “It feels real, while the reader separates you a little bit from the story.” Harry Howe, a professor, said he might use an e-book reader in search of materials while away from home, but not for reading a novel. “It’s just not a physical experience that I’m yet comfortable with. On the other hand, I didn’t grow up reading things on websites.” Farina said she would like a reader for travelling because she would not have to transport so many books. “To put 10 books on your Sony reader or on your Kindle is a lot better than carrying 10 books,” she said. Neither Sony nor Amazon would say how many machines they have sold, but enough people are interested in trying them out. An Amazon official at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week said the Kindle sold out on its first day in 6 hours. And for people hesitating between paper and e-books, Sony does offer a compromising — an optional paper cover. “I think it’s a clever move.” Said Howe. 21. Which section is the passage most likely to appear in? A. Advertisements. B. Technology. C. Education. D .Entertainment. 22. According to the passage, Farina_______. A. dislikes e-books C. never uses e-books B. likes e-books very much D. prefers e-books when traveling
23. What’s the main idea of the passage? A. E-books are better than paper books. B. E-books are becoming more and more popular. C. E-books read well, but some people prefer paper books. D. E-books will take the place of paper books one day.
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B If you are interested in animals, you probably heard about the tragedy at Seaworld Orlando. On February 24, Tillicum, a six-ton orca(虎鲸)，was performing with his trainer, Dawn Brancheau, who stood on a platform by his pool. They had done the same show together many times before, without incident. This time, though, events took a terrible turn. Without warning, Tillicum leaped from the water, took hold of Branchcheau by her hair, and dragged her deep below the water’s surface. Before other trainers could react, Brancheau drowned. Although known as killer whales, orcas are the largest member of the dolphin family. They are easy to train, and performances like Tillicum’s have been done safely thousands of times. Yet Dawn Brancheau’s death was a shocking reminder of what can happen when human being act together with wild animals. People began captivity(囚禁)” to ask, “Should orcas be kept in
Worldwide, only 42 orcas are being kept by humans. Scientists know very little about these huge sea animals, which are difficult to study in the wild. However, they do know that orcas are easily harmed by pollution. As our oceans become ever more damaged by human activity, observing orcas up close helps us understand them and do a better job of protecting them in nature. “I think that some dangerous animals, such as killer whales, should be kept in captivity because it raises awareness about them and educates people about wild animals,” says Lauren, 12, a 6-grader from Colorado. “Keeping some in captivity will help protect their species.”
Enclosed habitats can be painful to wild animals, and make them act in unpredictable even harmful ways. “It is wrong to keep these animals in captivity”, says Prathm, 12. The 7th-grader from New Jersey, adds, “They should live in their own habitats, not be used as entertainment slaves.” Richard Ellis, a marine conservationist in New York, agrees. “It is part of human nature to keep wild animals in small spaces and train them to do tricks,” he says. “I’ m against it because I think it humiliates the animals.” 24.Why does the author tell the tragedy of Dawn Brancheau? A. To introduce the topic. B. To express his sympathy. C. To describe the human-animal relationship. D. To warn people of the danger of keeping animals.
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25.What can we infer from the text? A. It is hard to train orcas. B. Orcas are rare sea animals. C. Orcas’ habitat is being destroyed. D. Many orcas are hunted each year. 26. The underlined word ”humiliates” in the last paragraph most probably means “ _____”. A. makes somebody less intelligent B. makes somebody feel ashamed C. makes somebody physically weak D. makes somebody feel threatened 27. The text is mainly about_______. A. how to help animals live a better life B. how to develop friendship with animals C. whether killer whales should be protected D. whether animals should be kept in captivity C “I can’t live without my mobile phone!” is what I often hear people say as they talk about how mobiles have become an essential part of their lives. The all so common sight of heads bent, eyes staring at mobile screens and fingers busy tapping away repeats itself across major cities around the world. Whenever there is a moment to spare while on the train, taxi or waiting in a queue, people busy themselves with their mobile phones. Some people believe our unhealthy obsession(着迷) with mobile phones is destroying how we appreciate the little things in life or miss the moments that matter. The truth is that technology overall should be seen as just a tool to improve our lives. Mobile phones have certainly had a great influence on our lives, but I truly believe it is for the better. It’s changed the way we communicate, whether for work or play. We are now less constrained(限制)by time and geographical location. With my mobile phone, I can dial into conference calls while stuck in a traffic jam, or reply to urgent e-mails while on the go. I can send a text message or share photos and videos with friends who aren’t living in the same country. My phone calendar keeps my life organized, and even Facebook, Twitter, and instant messaging are now accessible from mobile phones! The mobile revolution isn’t just changing the lives of urbanities (都市人) like myself. I
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know of a young Bangladeshi woman named Shompa Akhter who is crazy about fashion and design. She dreamt about starting her own business and she did just that, opening a shop in Kushtia featuring her own creations. Dealing with supplies in different towns was a problem for Shompa --- purchase orders had to either be hand delivered or mailed out to supplies. Shompa also found it tough publicizing her business to potential customers outside her town. But once she learnt to operate the mobile phone, she was addicted. The 25-year-old businesswoman now stays in touch easily with her suppliers. Mobile e-mail is a blessing in her life. Who would have thought that mobility could bring about such enormous change? It shouldn’t really be a surprise though. 28. In the first two paragraphs, the author wants to show ____. A. mobile phones make people communicate less B. mobile phones make people’s life more enjoyable C. people’s health is greatly affected by mobile phones D. people become addicted to mobile phones in daily life 29. What’s the author’s attitude towards mobile phones? A. Doubtful B. Supportive C. Critical 30. Paragraph 5 is mainly about__________. A. New functions of mobile phones B. New changes in Information Age C. The advantages of mobile phones D. The author’s personal experiences 31.How is the text mainly developed? A. By inferring. C. By giving examples. B. By analysing causes. D. By comparing different ideas. D A Japanese company has ordered its employees to get the same hairstyles--- to help save energy. Tokyo-based Maeda Corporation has announced the move as part of a national campaingn to cut energy use. Since Fukushima nuclear plant was destroyed in the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in March, 2011, the county’s government has asked its people to slash their energy consumption. Men are expected to sport a short back-and-sides, slightly longer on the top, while women
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. D. Uninterested
have been asked to wear short hair with a fringer (刘海) that can be swept to one side. Chizuru Inoue, a spokesman for Maeda Crop, said: “Our company is very devoted to protecting the environment and we encourage our staff to adopt many environment-friendly actions.” “We are not sure of the data yet, but we believe if people have short hair they do not need to use their hairdryers for so long and they will use less water. If all our staff do this, then it may save a lot of power.” There is another advantage for employees of the construction firm, Ms. Inoue added, as it is easier to make short hair neat again after staff had been wearing hard hats. She said a lot of staff had been calling for information on where they can get their hair cut in the correct style. Following the Fukushima nuclear disaster in March, Japan has been struggling to produce enough electricity for the tsunami ended production at the Fukushima plant. The disaster resulted in a review of the country’s energy policy that now means less than a quarter of its remaining nuclear plants are in use. The government has talked about a move away from nuclear energy towards more sustainable ( 可持续性的 ) technologies. Many government institutions have taken measures to save power, including a reduced use of air-conditioning in offices and schools. 32. What does the underlined word ”slash” in Paragraph 2 probably mean? A. Stop hair. A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 34. What can we infer from the last paragraph? A. Japan can provide enough electricity for its people. B. The present situation of Japan’s energy is worrying. C. Sustainable technologies are replacing nuclear energy. D. One fourth of Japan’s nuclear plants are out of order. 35. What’s the main idea of the text? A. Japan takes steps to protect the environment. B. Japan is moving towards sustainable technologies. C. A Japanese company takes measures to save energy. D. Japan starts a campaign to save energy across the country. B. Maintain C. Change D. Reduce 33. According to Chizuru Inoue, there are ____ advantages for the employees to have short
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第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为 多余选项。 Seeing with Sound According to a British news report，some blind people may finally get a chance to “see”． 36 Dr. Peter Meijer， a scientist at Philips Research Laboratories in the Netherlands，
has developed a new system called the vOICe．The three middle letters in vOICe stand for “Oh，I see．” Meijer’s groundbreaking technology may change the lives of visually impaired people all over the world． A wearable setup of vOICe system consists of a head-mounted camera， stereo headphones and a notebook PC ． The system translates visual images from a camera into complex sounds． 37 The program is based on the theory that people can hear certain sounds and learn to translate them into meaningful mental images．Everything has its own unique sound． 38 The height of an object or person could be determined by pitch(音调)．And a built-in color identifier speaks out color names when it is turned on．What the vOICe users have to learn is which sound goes with which object．Meijer says that he is counting on the brain’s ability to adapt． 39 Within two weeks， most people who experiment with the vOICe system are able to
identify objects such as walls and doors．They are also able to identify certain situations， including whether the lights in a room are on or off． 40 Meijer thinks that translating will
eventually become automatic for many users of the vOICe，bringing a form of vision to them for the very first time． A．Brighter areas sound louder than darker areas． B．It then sends these sounds to a person through headphones． C．However, they are not learning to see with their eyes；they are learning to see with their ears． D．The vOICe system is aiming to treat blindness by translating images from a camera into audio signals．
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E．Meijer supposes that the brain is interested in the information “content”，but not the information “carrier”． F．To evaluate the new system’s effectiveness, a number of visually impaired people were chosen to test the v0ICe． G．Over time, some users have even learned to “watch” television or “recognize” the outlines of buildings as they walk．
英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分）
第一节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给出的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可以填入空 白处的最佳选项。 If it is possible to see red(get angry) about not seeing red, that is what I was doing. We had 41 the timing of our autumn trip to see the changing 42 in the Great Lakes States, and I
was really 43
. No matter how I strained my eyes(尽力注视), I couldn’t spot red anywhere.
Not 44 a bit of golden yellow broke through the dull greenery. This vacation was a complete 46 45 . I sat alone in the backseat of our rented car and got 47 seat my brother and my . as we drove north through the dull, dark green. In the
father chatted merrily, obviously 48 . Then a motto came to mind: “Happiness is a decision.” It must have been something my mother said. She was always passing on words of 49 . When I was a child, She gave me a black book with 50 pages. On the flyleaf(扉页) she had written, “Look for a beautiful thing
and you’ll find it.” I was supposed to 51 a record of the most beautiful thing I saw each day. I remembered spending hours discussing what I’d things that it was 53 to pick just one. Now, on the road, I played Mother’s game again. I took in the all-green 54 lined both sides of the highway. The long hill pines and spruce were seen leaves danced in the gentle wind. I felt like a little girl again--- 56 Later in the bright 58 59 57 . Thick forests 55 . Maple 52 . A baby’s smile? A stone shining with fool’s gold? Pictures in the clouds, or tulips tipping their heads? I found so many beautiful
by beautiful things.
, after we crossed the Upper Peninsula and drove into Canada, I found the . And that we can
plants I had been looking for. But by then I’d already seen a million shades of
, the infinite variety and beauty that only our heavenly Father can 60
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always find---if we look closely enough. 41. A. kept 42. A. situation 43. A. upset 44. A. yet 45. A. success 46. A. sleepy 47. A. front 48. A. unconcerned 49. A. order 50. A. nice 51. A. set 52. A. brought in 53. A. impossible 54. A. forests 55. A. nowhere 56. A. wondered 57. A. trip 58. A. leaf 59. A. red 60. A. observe B. missed B. weather B. excited B. even B. time B. mad B. back B. disappointed B. advice B. common B. break B. put down B. valuable B. leaves B. anywhere B. surrounded B. autumn B. hill B. trees B. produce C. misjudged C. plants C. happy C. still C. waste C. patient C. right C. worried C. apology C. missing C. keep C. got through C. necessary C. hills C. everywhere C. waken C. course C. highway C. green C. discover D. seized D. leaves D. sorry D. ever D. pleasure. D. angry D. left D. surprised D. help D. empty D. put D. referred to D. strange D. scenery D. somewhere D. treated D. game D. fall D. plants D. provide
第Ⅱ 卷 第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第二节 （共 10 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容（不多于 3 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 I was always told that 61 were a sure path to 62 in our classroom, 65 three Ps, patience, positive thinking and perseverance, 63 was 64 (origin) to be held
(succeed). But this advice does not always work as planned. My (change) to the library at the last minute. This, however , didn’t (strong) subject. I patiently walked to the 67 ．But my mood quickly
high school maths exam is one example. The exam, bother me because maths had always been my 66
library, took my seat and did some deep breathing to help relax
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changed when I saw the first question. I had no idea how to do it. I tried to stay positive and persevered the rest! 第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 英语课上，老师要求同桌同学相互修改作文。假设以下小短文为你同桌所写，请你 对其进行修改。短文中共有 10 处错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、 删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（∧） ，并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1．每处错误及其修改均仅限一词。 2．只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。 3．必须按答题要求做题。否则不给分。 I often quarrel with my mother over whether I can watch TV after school. She holds view that senior three students have to make fully use of every minute to work hard at their lessons. It seems to me that once I am allowed to do that, I’ll unable to control myself and forget all about my study. She also thinks it is bad for my eye. But I really can’t accept her ideas. In my opinion, watch TV can set my mind at rest after a day’s hard working. Besides, it is important for us to know what had happened at home and at abroad. Thus, we shouldn’t be forbade to watch TV. 68 I finally found the solution. With the problem 69 (solve), I felt proud (complete) of my achievement. Fortunately, I then noticed that I had just 10 minutes left 70
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第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分） 假设你是李华，寒假期间你准备和家人去香港迪斯尼乐园游玩。你想了解有关订票方 面的具体情况。例如：可否网上订票？团体订票是否可以打折？可否因故取消订票? 你 在互联网上查到了一份门票价格表（见下表，但还是有些具体信息不明确。请给迪斯尼 乐园写一封信，询问有关情况。 □Regular Adults Children (aged 3 to 11) Seniors (65 or over) HK＄170 HK＄200 HK＄200 HK＄295 HK＄210 □Peak HK＄350 HK＄250 □Special HK＄350 HK＄250
Children under 3 ? 参考词汇：取消 cancel 要求：词数 100 左右； 可根据内容要点适当增加细节，以使行文连贯。 注意：信的开头和结尾已给出。 Dear Sir or Madam, ______________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Yours, Li hua
参考答案： 听力：1--20 ACAAB BCABB ACACA ABACB 阅读理解：21—35 BDC 语法填空 ACBD ABCD DABC CBAFG
完形填空：41—60 CDABC DAABD CBADC BADCB
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61. the 62.success 63. which 64. originally 65. was changed myself 68. until 69. solved 70. to complete
66. strongest 67.
Keys: 1. holds the view 2. fully-full 3. me-her 4. be unable to 5. eye-eyes 6. watch-watching 7. working - work 8. had-has 9. at home and abroad forbade-forbidden 书面表达
Dear Sir or Madam, My family are planning a visit to Hong Kong Disneyland this winter vacation. I’ve got some information about the ticket prices on the Internet and now I’m wring for some detailed information. I wonder whether children under 3 need to pay for a ticket and what is the difference between a peak day and a special day ticket.. Is it possible for us to get a discount if we buy tickets as a group? Can we book tickets through the Internet? Besides, I’d like to know if we are allowed to cancel our ticket bookings if we cannot make the trip for personal reasons. I’m looking forward to your reply. Yours, Li hua
听力原文 Text 1 W: The show starts at 9:10, so why don't we leave at 8:00? M: Will there be enough time to get there? It'll be rush hour so the traffic could be bad. Let's leave thirty minutes earlier. Text 2 W: Alex told us not to worry about him. His arm doesn't hurt as much as it did yesterday. M: He'd better have it examined anyway. I will call him about it this' evening. Text 3 W: Did you get gas for the car? M: Oh, l forgot. We'd better get some on our way back. When the play finishes we can get some dinner before we leave. Text 4 M: So why didn't you hand it in on time? 1' m not going to mark it now. W: I'm really sorry, Sir, but I just didn't have the chance to finish it over the weekend. Text 5 M: This is the third time we're had to wait for Anne. It's so rude of her to make us all wait during rush hour. W: Don't be angry with her. She does have to drive 15 miles in order to get here. Text 6
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M: Can I help you, Madam? W: Yes, please. Yesterday my daughter bought this skirt from this shop. I'd like to exchange it. M: What’ s the problem? W: I'm afraid it doesn't fit. It's a size 12 and it's too small. M: Then perhaps you ought to try a size 14. But I'm afraid all the skirts in that size are sold out. You can come back tomorrow if it is convenient. Text 7 W: Dr. Carter's Office. M: Yes. I'd like to make an appointment to see Dr. Carter, please. W: OK Could I have your name, please? M: Yes. My name is Ronald Schuller. W: Ronaid Schuller. OK. How about tomorrow, Wednesday, at 4:00 P.M.? M: Oh, can you make it earlier? W: I'm afraid I can't. M: Well, in that cane, tomorrow would be fine. W: What's the purpose of your visit? M: Well, to tell you the truth, I fell from a ladder two days ago while I was painting my house. My foot was caught in the paint tin when I fell and was badly hurt. W: Have you removed the paint tin? Sir, sir, are you still there? M: Well, the paint tin is still on my foot. W: Oh, please come by right away. I don't think your case can wait. Text 8 M: Do you have any direct flights to New Zealand? " W: Sorry, we don't. But l think you can fly on Northwest 212 to Tokyo and then get a connecting flight on Japan Airlines 123 to Auckland. And it is the most economical flight; just 585 dollars. M: When does Flight 212 take off? W: At 11:30 am. By the way, it also makes a refueling stop in Chicago. M: How long will it stop in Chicago? W: Less than an hour. M: So the time for the whole journey is about---. W: About eleven hours. M: OK. That works for my schedule. Thanks a lot. By the way, do you offer any discount? W: Yes, we give a 20% discount. M: OK, two tickets, please. Text 9 M: Whose book is this? W: It' s mine. Why do you ask? M: Could 1 borrow it? I've been wanting to read it. W: Sure. But I should warn you that it's not as good as they say. M: What's the matter with it? W: Well, for one thing the plot is highly unbelievable and for another, the characters seem more like paper dolls than people. M: That's strange. Usually that author does a good job of characterization.1've read three of his books-and thought they were all well done.
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W: I’ve also been a fan of his for a long time too, but he really did a bad job on this one! M: What did the reviews say? . W: They were mixed --- some were good, some were bad. My review, bad! Text 10 M: Let's welcome Professor Sinclair and invite her to give us her suggestions on weight loss strategies for overweight children. W: Good afternoon. Childhood obesity has been receiving increasing attention in recent years. It's no big secret that children like sweets, snacks and fast food. Fast food restaurants make fatty meals even more popular by including toys. However, there are healthy foods that children can enjoy just as much as other choices. Apple sticks dipped in butter are a delicious choice for midday snacks. Following the suggestions in the food pyramid is an easy way to make sure that a child has all of the nutrition he or she needs. My second suggestion is exercise: Exercise may seem like a dull activity, but it really can be enjoyable. Going for a bike fide. taking a walk around the neighborhood or running around the playground are all fun ways for children to get out and get moving. Fitness for kids is very different to fitness for-adults. While-adults often have a strong will to force themselves to exercise, kids usually would much rather sit in front of the television and watch their favorite cartoons. It's important to make things fun to get a child's attention and peak his or her interest. Finally, it is extremely important for overweight children to stick to a healthy lifestyle. The lifestyles of overweight children can prevent them from improving their health. Eating healthy foods and making fitness for kids a fun experience can help get children on the right track to a healthier lifestyle.
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