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2011 学年第一学期高三期中考试英语试卷
本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题)两部分,共 120 分。考试时间 120 分钟。 选择题部分(共 80 分) 第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节, 满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题,每小题 0.5 分,满

分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂 黑。 1. most efficient way to understand thousands of new words is to gain ________ good knowledge of basic word formation. A.A;a B.The;不填 C.A;不填 D.The;the 2. --- This is the first time I ______ my first picture with my own hands. --- It's time that you ______ a picture for me. A. took; took B. have taken; took C. took; will take D. will take; have taken 3. --- What about reading English newspapers while learning English? --- Personally, ___________. It helps a lot. A. it’s up to you B. it makes sense C. it’s hard to say D. that depends 4. We have phoned her several times, but unfortunately she is still out of _________. A. order B. control C. sight D. reach 5. More than 100 students have entered for the competition and________ gains the most points will be the winner. A. anyone B. the one C. that D. whoever 6. My sister was against my suggestion while my brother was ________ it. A. in honor of B. in memory of C. in search of D. in favor of 7. As time went by, they found their efforts to help students________. A. showed off B. took off C. put off D. paid off 8. --- Would you like me --- No, it's all right. I'm used with the radio A. to turn down; to work; on C. turning down; to working; off 9. On hearing the news, the girl rushed out without hesitation, ______ the luggage ______ on the floor, and ______ in the dark. A. left; lied; disappeared B. leaving; lying; disappeared C. leaving; lie; disappeared D. left; lay; disappear 10. ---I did really well in the examination, Li Ke. ---I did ______. I got full mark. A. no less B. not less C. not worse D. no worse 11. ______, a small advertisement held my attention, which read “Easy job. Good wages. No experience necessary.” A. Looking through the newspaper B. While I was looking through the newspaper C. To look through the newspaper D. I was looking through the newspaper 12. The first decade in the 21st century ______ the rapid rise of China as a world
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economic power. A. witness B. has witnessed C. will witness D. have witnessed 13. With more than 17000 islands, ______ only 6000 are inhabited, Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago(岛国). A. on which B. for which C. of which D. along which 14. I ________ this business if my friend Ray ________ willing to act as my helper. A. could not start; had not been B. could never have started; was not C. could never have started; had not been D. could have started; were 15. ---Why did you drop the chance of earning big money? ---______. You know, I don’t want to get rich by taking risks. A. All is well that ends well B. One man’s meat is another’s poison C. Better safe than sorry D. No sweet without sweat 16. David likes country life and has decided to ______ farming. A. go in for B. go back on C. go through with D. go along with 17. Some of the old beliefs passed down from one generation to another ________ the present thinking. A. agree with B. deal with C. put up with D. come up with 18. It is ten years _____ I lived in Nanjing, so I know ____ about what it is like today. A. since; nothing B. that; everything C. before; something D. since; anything 19. _____________, Gao Xiaosong was sentenced to 6-month imprisonment–the most severe punishment about drunk driving on June 1. A. A public figure as is he B. Public figure as he is C. Public figure he is as D. A public figure as he is 20. The manager urged older staff ____early retirement and new staff _______ more time for work. A. take up; to set aside B. took up; set aside C. would take up; to lay aside D. must take up; lay aside 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 21—40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 Russ was a lovable kid with a variety of communication challenges---a speech impediment (语言障碍), dyslexia (诵读困难), and auditory (听觉的) problems. __21__ today he is walking confidently, standing tall to make an acceptance __22__ for having been chosen one of the “Outstanding Young Citizens” in Ocean County, New Jersey __23__ his remarkable volunteer service in the town of Toms River. As I listened, I closed my eyes. I found myself __24__ those memorable moments.
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My mind was full of warm images of Russ as a loving, caring youth, a gentle soul, 25 his challenges. And now, as he stood at the platform, I knew his heart __26__ be racing. As Russ continued to speak, I thought about the fateful day when he was diagnosed with all those impairments(损伤) and how __27__ his tutors would be if they could see him today. Here he was at twenty-nine, being honored for ten years of service as a volunteer __28__. Russ was __29__ for organizing clothing for the homeless, teaching preschool children about fire safety, and for playing Santa Claus for very sick children by driving up in a fire truck. Russ thanked his parents for providing him with dignity and for teaching him about morals. Then, pausing for a few seconds, he __30__ us by surprise by touching lovingly on the __31__ of his nephew, Austin. Austin was just three years old when he died from an incurable disease. At that moment, I had to close my eyes again __32__ a different set of tears ran down my cheeks. A silence __33__ the room as Russ owed his volunteer award to Austin. He __34__ his address by lifting the audience up with these words, “Austin taught me how to love.” I have never thought of this day. __35__, no one had ever thought that Russ would make __36__ as the star of the football team, and he had never been voted “most likely to succeed,” but he __37__ to be a true “star” in his community. Russ became a man of strong character __38__ his unselfish service to others. With so many impairments, Russ now sees and acts __39__ with his heart. His words and deeds inspire everyone who knows him. It is Russ, our son, who has shown us what __40__ is. 21. A. And B. While C. As D.But 22. A. point B. speech C. call D. appeal 23. A. in spite of B. regardless of C. because of D. in face of 24. A. recalling B. recording C. seizing D. expecting 25. A. putting up withB. concerning about C. escaping from D. facing up to 26. A. could B. must C. would D. might 27. A. nervous B. excited C. proud D. surprised 28. A. policeman B. tailor C. fireman D.tutor 29. A. grateful B. responsible C. anxious D. fit 30. A. took B. got C. shocked D. moved 31. A. birth B. achievement C. loss D. disease 32. A. since B. after C. when D. before 33. A. dropped down B. fell over C. took off D. got up 34. A. concluded B. wrote C. delivered D. started 35. A. Generally B. Surprisingly C. Actually D. However 36. A. it B. him C. one D. that 37. A. happened B. rose C. appeared D. reduced 38. A. at B. on C. by D. in 39. A. cautiously B. generously C. closely D. clearly 40. A. sharing B. love C. sacrifice D. confidence 第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题,每题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节 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,并在答

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A This is a great truth, one of the greatest truths. It is a great truth because once we truly see this truth, we transcend(超越) it. Once we truly know that life is difficult---once we truly understand and accept it---then life is no longer difficult. Because once it is accepted, the fact that life is difficult no longer matters. Most do not fully see this truth. Instead they complain about their problems and difficulties as if life should be easy. It seems to them that difficulties represent a special kind of suffering especially forced upon them or else upon their families, their class, or even their nation. What makes life difficult is that the process of facing and solving problems is a painful one. Problems, depending on their nature, cause us sadness, or loneliness or regret or anger or fear. These are uncomfortable feelings, often as painful as any kind of physical pain. And since life causes an endless series of problems, life is always difficult and is full of pain as well as joy. Yet, it is in this whole process of solving problems that life has its meaning. Problems are the serious test that tells us success from failure. When we desire to encourage the growth of human spirit, we encourage the human ability to solve problems, just as in school we set problems for our children to solve. It is through the pain of meeting and working out problems that we learn. As Benjamin Franklin said, those things that hurt, instruct. It is for this reason that wise people learn not to fear but to welcome the pain of problems. 41. From the passage, it can be inferred that ______. A. everybody has problems B. we become stronger by meeting and solving the problems of life C. life is difficult because our problems bring us pain D. people like to complain about their problems 42. The writer probably used just one short sentence in the first paragraph to ______. A. save space B. persuade readers C. make readers laugh D. get readers’ attention 43. The main idea of Paragraph 3 is that ______. A. most people feel life is easy B. the writer feels life is easy C. the writer likes to complain about his problems D. most people complain about how hard their lives are 44. According to the passage, we give school children difficult problems to solve in order to______. A. encourage them to learn B. teach them to fear the pain of solving the problem C. help them learn to deal with pain D. teach them how to respect from problems 45. The saying from Benjamin Franklin “Those things that hurt, instruct” suggests that ______. A. we do not learn from experience B. we do not learn when we are in pain

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C. pain teaches us important lessons D. pain cannot be avoided As an experienced photojournalist in Nashville, Tennessee, I was hired by USA Today newspaper to photograph a spinal bifida ( 脊 柱 畸 形 ) corrective surgical procedure. It was to be performed on a twenty-one week old fetus(胎儿)in uterus (子宫)at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. At that time, in 1999, twenty-one weeks in uterus was the earliest that the surgical team would consider for surgery. The worst possible outcome would be that the surgery would cause premature delivery, and no child born earlier than twenty-three weeks had survived. The tension could be felt in the operating room as the surgery began. A typical C-section incision (切口) was made to access the uterus, which was then lifted out and laid at the junction of the mother’s thighs(大腿). The entire procedure would take place within the uterus, and no part of the child was to breach the surgical opening. During the procedure, the position of the fetus was adjusted by gently manipulating( 熟练操作) the outside of the uterus. The entire surgical procedure on the child was completed in one hour and thirteen minutes. When it was over, the surgical team breathed a sigh of relief, as did I. As a doctor asked me what speed of film I was using, out of the corner of my eye I saw the uterus shake, but no one’s hands were near it. It was shaking from within. Suddenly, an entire arm thrust out of the opening, then pulled back until just a little hand was showing. The doctor reached over and lifted the hand, which reacted and squeezed the doctor’s finger. As if testing for strength, the doctor shook the tiny fist. Samuel held firm. I took the picture! Wow! It happened so fast that the nurse standing next to me asked, “What happened?” “The child reached out,” I said. “Oh. They do that all the time,” she responded. The surgical opening to the uterus was closed and the uterus was then put back into the mother and the C-section opening was closed. It was ten days before I knew if the picture was even in focus. To ensure no digital manipulation of images before they see them, USA Today requires that film be submitted(提交) unprocessed. When the photo editor finally phoned me he said, “It’s the most incredible picture I’ve ever seen.” 46. In 1999, people believed that it was ________. A. possible for a fetus 21 weeks born to survive B. likely for a fetus born 21 weeks to become deformed (畸形的) C. right time for a fetus born 21 weeks to receive an operation D. risky for a fetus 21 weeks in uterus to receive an operation 47. From the second paragraph, we can see that the surgery was ________. A. challenging but successful B. demanding and unsuccessful C. simple and short D. long-lasting and difficult 48. The underlined “It” in paragraph 3 refers to ________. A. the shaking of the uterus B. the arm of the fetus C. the taking of the picture D. the head of the fetus 49. From the editor said in the last paragraph, we know the photo editor was very ________. A. disappointed B. satisfied C. annoyed D. depressed
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BEIJING—Apple Inc is one step closer to beginning sales of iPad2 tablet computers with cellular (手机) network compatibility (兼容) for the first time in the Chinese mainland, where the consumer-electronics giant is in the midst of an aggressive expansion. According to China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center, a device by Apple with third-generation high-speed wireless data capabilities was issued the network access license needed for the company to begin official sales in China. The device, listed under model number “A1396”, is compatible(相容的) with the 3G standard WCDMA, and would work with the cellular network operated by Apple’s local iPhone partner, China Unicom (Hong Kong) Ltd. China Unicom declined (谢绝) to comment. Apple already offers the 3G iPad2 in Hong Kong through its partners, but currently only offers Wi-Fi versions of the device in the Chinese mainland. Still, consumers in China, which according to research firm IDC surpassed (超过) the US as the world’s largest PC market in the second quarter, have been purchasing 3G tablets through unofficial channels. Separately, Apple spokeswoman Carolyn Wu said Sept 6 that the company’s first Hong Kong store, set to open this quarter, will be located in the city’s central shopping and business district in the International Finance Center’s upscale (高 档的) IFC mall, a commercial center and sightseeing spot along the city’s waterfront. Wu also said that Apple is planning a new store in Shanghai later this quarter, which will be its biggest store in China. She declined to give more details or to comment on the 3G iPad2. Apple currently has four full-service Apple stores in the mainland, which receive the most traffic of any Apple stores in the world. The company otherwise relies on resellers to get its products into the market. The new stores reflect Apple’s confidence in rising demand for its products such as smart phones and tablet computers. Sales in the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan helped boost (增长) the company’s third-quarter results, newly appointed Chief Executive Tim Cook said in July. China revenue (收益) surged (激增) six-fold to about $3.8 billion during the three months ended June 25. “This has been a substantial (重大) opportunity for Apple and I firmly believe that we’re just scratching the surface right now,” Cook said at the time, referring to strong sales in China. “I see an incredible opportunity for Apple there.” From China Daily 2011-09-08 50. According to the news, which of the following statements is true? A. WCDMA is not the only 3G standard in the world. B. Apple Inc sells its products in the market of the Chinese mainland all by its own stores. C. The consumers in China can only get iPad2 of Wi-Fi versions. D. Chinese mainland is the second largest PC market in this year’s second quarter. 51. Which one of the following phrases can replace the underlined word in paragraph 1? A. in the interests of B. in the front of C. in the process of D. in the
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case of 52. How many full-service Apple stores in China? A. 4. B. 6. C. 8. D. Unknown. 53. What’s the probable meaning of “six-fold” in the last but one paragraph? 6 A. one-sixth B. six times C. 60 percent D. 2 times 54. By saying “we’re just scratching the surface right now”, Cook means ________. A. they don’t know much about China’s market B. they will sell more products and gain more profit in China C. they need to obtain more permission from China’s government D. they ignored the rural market in China D Psychology(心理学) has a new application in the field of medicine. Many doctors, together with their patients, are looking for alternative methods of treatment of physical problems. In large hospitals, modern therapy(疗法) seems to focus on the physical disease. Patients may feel they are treated like broken machines. Some doctors have recognized this as a problem. They are now using psychological therapy, in which the patient is working with the doctors against the disease with the help of medicine. The patient does not wait for the medicine and treatment to cure him or her, but instead the patient joins in the fight. The doctor knows that a disease affects a patient's body physically. The body of the patient changes because of the disease. He is not only physically affected, but also has an emotional response to the disease. Because his mind is affected, his attitude and behavior change. The medical treatment might cure the patient's physical problems, but the patient's mind must fight the emotional ones. For example, the studies of one doctor, Carl Simonton, M. D., have shown that a typical cancer patient has predictable attitudes. She typically feels depressed, upset, and angry. Her constant depression makes her acts unfriendly toward her family, friends, doctors, and nurses. Such attitudes and behaviors prevent recovery. Therefore, a doctor's treatment must help the patient change that. Simonton's method emphasizes treatment of the “whole” patient. The attitude of a cancer patient receiving radiation therapy, an X-ray treatment, can become more positive. The physician who is following Simonton's psychological treatment plan suggests that the patient imagine that he or she can see the tumor (肿瘤) in the body. In the mental picture, the patient "sees" a powerful beam of radiation like a million bullets of energy. The patient imagines the beam hitting the tumor cells and causing them to shrink. For another cancer patient, Dr. Simonton asks him to imagine the medicine going from the stomach into the bloodstream and to the cancer cells. The patient imagines that the medicine is like an army fighting the diseased cells and sees the cancer cells gradually dying and his blood carry away the dead cells. Both the medical therapy and the patient's positive attitude fight the disease. Doctors are not certain why this mental therapy works. However, this use of psychology does help some patients because their attitudes about themselves change. They become more confident because they use the power within their own minds to help stop the disease.
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Another application of using the mind to help cure disease is the use of suggestion therapy. At first, the doctor helps the patient to concentrate deeply. The patient thinks only about one thing. He becomes so unaware of other things around him that he is asleep, or rather in a trance(催眠状态). Then the physician makes “a suggestion” to the patient about the medical problem. The patient's mind responds to the suggestion even after the patient is no longer in the trance. In this way, the patient uses his mind to help his body respond to treatment. Doctors have learned that this use of psychology is helpful for both adults and children. For example, physicians have used suggestion to help adults deal with the strong pain of some disease. Furthermore, sometimes the adult patient worries about her illness so much that the anxiety keeps her from getting well. The right suggestions may help the patient to stop being anxious. Such treatment may help the patient with a chronic(慢性的)diseases. Asthma (哮喘) is an example of a chronic disorder. Asthma is a disease that causes the patient to have difficulty in breathing. The patient starts to cough and sometimes has to fight to get the air that he or she needs. Psychology can help relieve the symptoms of this disorder. After suggestion therapy, the asthma patient breathes more easily. Physicians have learned that the psychological method is very useful in treating children. Children respond quickly to the treatment because they are fascinated by it. For example, Dr. Basil R. Collison has worked with 121 asthmatic children in Sydney, Australia, and had good results. Twenty-five of the children had Excellent results. They were able to breathe more easily, and they did not need medication. Another forty-three were also helped. The symptoms of the asthma occurred less frequently, and when they did, they were not as strong. Most of the children also felt better about themselves. Doctors have also used suggestion to change habits like nail-biting, thumb-sucking, and sleep-related problems. Many professional medical groups have accepted the medical use of psychology and that psychology has important applications in medicine. 55. What does the passage mainly discuss? A. How suggestion therapy benefits adults and children. B. How modern therapy focuses on the disease. C. Responses from the medical world. D. How to use the mind against disease. 56. How does psychological therapy work? A. The patient waits for the medicine and treatment to cure him. B. The doctor uses medical treatment to cure the patient's problems. C. The doctor, the medicine, and the patient work together to fight disease. D. The patient uses his mind to cure himself. 57. What can we learn from the studies of Carl Simonton, M. D.? A. The medical treatment can cure the patient's mental disease. B. The treatment of a patient by treating the body and the mind is necessary. C. The mental treatment is more important than medical treatment. D. Few patients have emotional response to the disease. 58. The use of psychological therapy is helpful to some patients in

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that . A. the medical effect is better with psychological therapy than without it B. the patients can see a powerful beam of radiation hitting their tumor cells C. the patients' attitudes towards themselves have changed D. the patients are easy to accept the methods the doctors use to treat them 59. It can be learned from the passage that suggestion therapy cannot be used to . A. help adults deal with the strong pain of some diseases B. help the patients with chronic diseases C. help change some bad habits D. help cure patients of insomnia(失眠症) 60. According to the passage, which of the following remains unknown so far? A. The value of mental therapy. B. The effectiveness of suggestion therapy. C. The working principle of suggestion therapy. D. The importance of psychology in medical treatment. 第二节:下面五个人有些问题需要处理。阅读下面六个选项(A、B、C、D、E 和 F) ,选出符 合各自需求的最佳选项。选项中有一项是多余选项。 A. Pacha London www.pachalondon.com The world’s most historic club is set in a building of the 1920s beautifully decorated in its original oak paneling and features an impressive glass ceiling. You can enjoy beauty, style and elegance when clubbing at London’s most historic night club Pacha and appreciate works of some famous musicians. B. Amika London www.amikalondon.com Amika plays host to the new super elite(精英) who are seeking the latest fashion trends. A unique playground designed for fun. It is the final destination for major players and glitterati( 上 层 人 士 ) alike. It features table reservations & bookings, events and corporate bookings. C. SeOne Club London www.seonelondon.com SeOne is one of London’s largest music clubs. Situated in the north of London, SeOne consists of five rooms. It can be broken down into smaller spaces and can be used for parties as small as 100 people. SeOne Club has attracted all kinds of promoters and event organizers, from corporate giants to dance promoters. D. Koko Club www.koko.uk.com Situated at 1A Camden High Street, Central London, Koko Club represents a versatile(通用的), 21st-century club. It’s very adaptable so it can be used for anything---from small comedy to international music awards. A must visit! E. Bar Rumba www.barrumba.co.uk Located in London’s west end, Bar Rumba is one of London’s leading late night clubs. Playing funk, jazz, Afro-beat, Latin, Cuban, salsa, drum & bass, break beat. It has an amazing sound system for dance music. Every night it

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delivers a different beat---from hip hop to Latin dance, from grime to jazz. F. Club Colosseum www.clubcolosseum.com Situated in 1 Nine Elms Lane. Vauxall, London, Club Colosseum won the world’s best club award in 1999. Now it features a new VIP room, a spectacular riverside bar with a view all over London & the River Thames. 下面是几位人员的情况简介,请匹配他们感兴趣的休闲场所。 61. Michael is a great painter and has just moved to London from America. On his arrival, Michael was struck by the beautiful Thames. He dreams of going to a famous night club where he can easily appreciate the unique view of the river. 62. Nancy comes from Japan and wants to go to a world-famous night club with a long history to help her know more about the British culture. Besides, Nancy likes to listen to great musical masterpieces. 63. Laura is crazy about dancing and enjoys different dances with fascinating dance music. Now she is in search of a night club that can offer her quality dance diversity. 64. Lily would like to celebrate her eighteenth birthday at a proper night club next week. She intends to invite over a hundred friends and relatives to her birthday party, most of whom are working in northern London and are true music lovers. 65. Harry is the general manager of a large company in London and he would like to go to a night club which is fashionable. What’s more, it should be suitable for someone of his status.

2011 学年第一学期高三期中考试 英语答卷 试场号 座位号 第 II 卷 写作 (共二节,满分 40 分) 第一节:短文改错 (共 10 小题; 每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 假如英语课上老师要求同学们交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中有 10 处 错误,要求你在错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。

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增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 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 11 处起)不计分。 Here are two types of cars that may some day take place of today’s big cars. If all the people drive such cars in the future, there will be less pollutions in the air. There will also have more space for parking cars in the cities, but the streets will not be so crowded. Three such cars can fit the space now need by one car of the usually size. The little cars will spend much too less to own and drive. Driving will be safe, too, because these little cars can go only 65 kilometers per hour. But it will not be of any use for long trips.

第二节: 书面表达 (满分 30 分) 假设你是李越。不久你将前往澳大利亚参加主题为 WATER FOR LIFE 的交流活动。请你 以参访代表的身份,根据以下图片提示,用英语写一篇发言稿。 注意:1. 根据图片的内容适当展开,以使行文连贯; 2. 开头与结尾已写好,不计入总词数; 3. 文中不能出现考生的具体信息; 4. 词数:100 左右。 参考词汇:短缺 shortage ; 资源 resource

Ladies and gentlemen,

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Good morning. I’m Li Yue from China. It’s my great honor to be here to say something about the global water shortage and ways of dealing with it.

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1---20 ABBDD DDDBD BBCCC AAABA 21---40 DBCAD BCCBA CDBAC ABCDB 41---45 BDDAC 46---49 DACB 50---54 ACDBB 55---60 DCBCDC 61---65 FAECB 1. take place of---take the place of 2. pollutions---pollution 3. have---be 4. but---and 5. need---needed 6. usually---usual 7. spend---cost 8. much too---much 9. safe---safer 10. it---they One possible student version Ladies and gentlemen, Good morning. I’m Li Yue from China. It’s my great honor to be here to say something about the global water shortage and ways of dealing with it. As we know, the global water shortage is becoming increasingly severe mainly due to global warming, environmental pollution and the ever-increasing population. Therefore, it’s high time we did something about it. Firstly, an effective way, I think, is to reserve water in a scientific way for future use. Secondly, new methods need to be developed to use the existing water resources, for example, turning sea water into fresh water. Thirdly, we must stop water pollution by law. Last but not least, it’s everyone’s responsibility to make good use of water, such as recycling and saving water in our daily life. In conclusion, people around the world should be aware of the real situation of water shortage, protect the present water resources and explore potential ones scientifically. That’s all. Thank you.

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