语法填空（10×1.5=15）：61. better 62. extremely 63. are made 64. to 65. that/which
66. sweetness 67. ripen 68. Bunches 69. one 70. produced
It was a Sunday afternoon. My parents and I were watching TV excited when suddenly I noticed the pigeon
on the balcony. It was a white pigeon with a ring around one of its foot. It rested there quietly, refuse to fly away.
Realizing it must have been lost its way back home, I managed∧call the Pigeon Association up for help.
In the same time, my parents brought the pigeon inside and gave it some bird food, what helped refresh it.
Before long, the owner got the message but came to take the pigeon back. He thanked us a lot. My parents
and I both felt happy for what we had done.
Do you know a Chinese traditional Festival is drawing near? The Dragon Boat Festival! Also known as Duanwu Festival, it falls on the fifth day of the fifth month according to the lunar calendar. It was created in honor of a patriotic poet Qu Yuan, who devoted himself to the people but was unfairly treated by the unwise king. Hopeless and angry, he drowned himself to prove his love to his motherland．
Nowadays, the festival is observed by dragon boat races and eating Zongzi. By celebrating it, we follow the trace of the ancestors. And we can also get together with our families.
Have you got any idea of this traditional festival? Looking forward to your reply. (118 words)
M: Y es, and I have one more lecture to give the day after tomorrow.
M: H ow are the sales figures looking?
W: T hey’re great! We had a sharp rise after the online marketing campaign began. It’s better than hiring extra salespeople.
M: G ood! Now I’m thinking of offering some discount next season.
W: W hy don’t you go to bed, Jimmy? Are you reading that storybook?
M: O h, I just remembered I hadn’t done my science homework yet. I’m searching online for some information about that.
M: I kicked a player out of our team for his misbehavior last week.
W: I heard he apologized and promised not to do that again. Why not give him a second chance?
M: M aybe you are right.
M: I enjoy looking around the bookshop. It’s really enjoyable.
W: Me too. I always find the book in the shop or the supermarket and then buy it online! It’s often a lot cheaper. (Text 6)
M: H i, Silvia. Are you going camping with us?
W: S ure.
M: G reat. It should be good fun unless the weather gets bad.
W: W hat do I need to take?
M: W ell, when I get home, I’ll text you the list I’ve made. You don’t need to worry about food though. I’ve packed enough hamburgers. That’s the easiest thing to make.
W: F ine. In case we run out of hamburgers, I’ll take some tins and bread.
M: G ood idea. If you want, bring some cards. We could play at night.
M: What’s wrong with you?
W: My head hurts badly.
M: D o you have a fever?
W: N o.
M: H ow long has it been like this?
W: S ince the night before yesterday.
M: D o you have a sleeping problem?
W: No. I always go to bed early and sleep sound, uh, except last night. I worked late into the night preparing for a meeting.
M: I think you’d better have a further exam, and before the result comes out, try to relax.
W: Do you have any medicine to kill the pain? I have to attend a meeting this afternoon.
M: Before the result comes out, I can’t give you any medicine. I insist you have a good rest first.
W: Good morning, Movie Center. How may I help you?
M: Good morning. This is Vinson from Room 808. I’d like to know something about your theater.
W: Very well, Mr. Vinson. We have three theaters, one public theater, and two private theaters for five people and two people respectively.
M: Emm … how do you charge for the private one?
W: The charge for private theater is $50 per hour per person. Drinks and snacks are extra.
M: Very well. I’d like to reserve the one for two people from 6:00 to 9:00 tomorrow evening.
Tomorrow is the 20th anniversary of our marriage. We want a celebration.
W: What exciting news! Congratulations, Mr. Vinson!
M: Thank you very much.
M: Hi, Georgia. How are you?
W: Hi. Not so good. I’m getting really annoyed with my little brother Jim at the moment. I’m trying to review for my exams and he keeps stopping me from working. Sometimes he listens to music late at night with his radio on loudly; sometimes he borrows something from me that I need to use for studying, like my dictionary or computer. I can’t concentrate on my work for more than a few minutes. It’s terrible.
M: You should ask your parents to deal with your brother. Your exams are more important. Your parents understand that.
W: That’s a good idea, Matthew. I’ll ask my dad for help tonight. My brother will listen to him. And I’ll also think about going to the library at the weekend. It’s nice to have a change sometimes when you’re studying. How’s your review going, Matthew?
M: My problem is I just can’t remember anything from History. I read a page and then ten minutes later I’ve forgotten it.
W: That’s not unusual. You should try writing down what you’ve just read. It’s amazing how much more you will remember that way. Sometimes I even sing my notes. It’s a bit embarrassing, but it will help to remember lots of information.
M: Yes. I’ll try those ideas.
M: O K! So my talk tonight is called Psychology in Advertising, but I’m going to start with a little story. In the 18th century, hardly anyone in Prussia ate potatoes or rice, because the main meal for almost everyone was bread.
But there was a problem with bread: in those days, sometimes the wheat didn’t grow very well, people, especially poor people, would have nothing to eat.
So when the king called Frederick heard about the potato, he immediately ordered everyone in the country to start growing potatoes. But to his surprise, they refused. Frederick was a very clever man, and although there were no psychologists in 1774, he certainly had a talent for understanding the psychology of his people. So he soon came up with a very interesting plan. First, he planted potatoes in his palace garden. Next, he sent soldiers to guard it. As soon as people saw the garden and the soldiers, they started asking each other “What could be in that field that is worth so much?” And of course, as soon as they found out that the field was full of potatoes, they all wanted some. You see, once people believed they were not allowed to eat potatoes, they immediately wanted to have them. And that’s a good psychology.