universities will give students the opportunity ______62_____(watch) traditional opera free of charge in 2017, according to a guideline jointly _____63____(issue) by the publicity department of the Communist Party of China and the ministries of culture, education and finance. By 2018, students in all schools and colleges nationwide can watch _______64____opera free of charge every year.
The campaign for traditional opera to reach students ______65_____(be) common in all schools in 2020, according to the guideline. The guideline also urges schools to strengthen the creation of opera interest groups. _____66__ called on the joint effort of the government, education, society and individuals to support the campaign. The guideline also encourages ____67__(invest) from enterprises, social organizations and individuals. There are hundreds of forms of local opera in China, _____68______ Peking Opera the most famous. Peking Opera and Kunqu Opera _____69____(list) by UNESCO as an intangible _____70____(culture) heritage.
61．and 解析：考查連詞。多個名詞一起作主語時，應該在最后兩個名詞之間用and連接。文中Primary schools, secondary schools, colleges, universities這四個名詞作并列的主語。
62．to watch 解析：考查非謂語動詞。opportunity后常接不定式作定語，表示“做……的機會”。
63．issued 解析：考查非謂語動詞。分析句子結構可知，空處為非謂語動詞作定語；issue與a guideline是被動關系，所以用issue的過去分詞形式作定語。
65．will be 解析：考查時態。根據本句中的時間狀語“in 2020”可知，
66．It 解析：考查代詞。此處應用It指代the guideline。
68．with 解析：考查with復合結構。根據語境并分析句子結構可知，此處為with復合結構，其中the most famous作賓語補足語。
69．are listed 解析：考查動詞時態和語態。根據語境可知，京劇和昆劇被聯合國教科文組織列為非物質文化遺產，所以空處用被動語態，又因為此處描述的是客觀事實，故用一般現在時。
[七] Glenn Davison is retired. That leaves more time for what he 61 （enjoy）since he was 8—flying kites.
“I used to buy plastic kites and fly them across the street with my dad. I 62 （attract）when I struggled to fly a kite. I finally got it to fly in strong wind, 63 it was fast and fun. Then I bought a larger kite that could be flown in light wind. From there I met the local club and started building 64 （kite）.”
Davison keeps up with new kiting development through workshops he hosts throughout Massachusetts. 65 （he）workshops have taken him around the country and world, a class with 200 children in Taiwan 66 （include）.
“People seem to smile when they see a kite flying, and I 67 （exact）enjoy the act of sharing the enjoyment with others,” he said. “They often find it 68 （surprise）to fly a kite in the sky.”
Erin Gannon, an art instructor at Excel Academy in East Boston, invited Davison to teach the key points of kite building.
“I was interested in kite making 69 my students because it was an opportunity for them to combine art, engineering, and getting outside,” said Gannon. “I had 20 kids 70 interest was to spend the spring making and flying kites.” 參考答案：
61. has enjoyed 考查時態。這里用提示動詞的現在完成時與since引導的時間
62. was attracted 考查時態和語態。語境表示“我被吸引”，因此用提示動詞的一般過去時的被動語態敘述過去的動作和被動含義。
63.and 考查連詞。根據句意的連貫判斷，本空填并列連詞and表示語義的順接。 64. kites 考查復數名詞。根據句意，這里填提示名詞的復數形式表示復數含義。 65. His 考查代詞。本空提示代詞在句中作定語修飾名詞workshops，因此本空填提示代詞的形容詞性物主代詞His。注意大小寫。
66. included 考查非謂語動詞。本空填提示動詞的過去分詞included表示“被包括在內”，此時它被放在名詞或代詞之后。
67. exactly 考查副詞詞類轉換。這里填提示形容詞的副詞作狀語表示“確切地”。 68. surprising 考查非謂語動詞。這里填提示動詞的現在分詞轉化的形容詞作賓補表示“令人驚訝的”。
69. with 考查介詞搭配。這里用with表示“和……一起”。
70. whose 考查連詞。本空填whose引導定語從句修飾20 kids并在從句中作定語表示“他們的”。他們的興趣是在春天制作和放飛風箏。
Consensus about screens硅谷精英禁子女玩手機
The people (61) are (62) (close) to a thing are often the most wary (警惕的)of it. (63) (Technology) know how phones really work, and many have decided they don't want their own children anywhere near them. (64) wariness that has been slowly brewing is turning into a regionwide consensus in Silicon Valley: The benefits of screens ___(65) a learning tool (66) (overblow), and the risks for addiction and stunting development seem high. Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, said earlier this year that he would not let his nephew join social networks. Bill Gates (67) (ban) cellphones until his children were teenagers. \(68) is closer to crack cocaine,\of Wired, said of screens. \thought we could control it. (69) it's beyond our power (70) (control). This is going straight to the pleasure centers of the developing brain.\參考答案：
The people (61)who / that are (62) closest ( close ) to a thing are often the most wary of it. (63) Technologists ( Technology) know how phones really work, and many have decided they don't want their own children anywhere near them. (64) A wariness that has been slowly brewing is turning into a regionwide consensus in Silicon Valley: The benefits of screens (65) as a learning tool (66)are overblown (overblow), and the risks for
addiction and stunting development seem high. Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, said earlier this year that he would not let his nephew join social networks. Bill Gates (67)banned (ban) cellphones until his children were teenagers. \the scale between candy and crack cocaine, (68) it is closer to crack cocaine,\screens. \it. (69) But it's beyond our power (70) to control (control). This is going straight to the pleasure centers of the developing brain.\
Chinese oracle bone inscriptions(甲骨文) over 3,000 years old are now being widely used as emojis by young WeChat users, thanks to a person who made them 61 (close) to people’s life than before.
“The ancient characters are not as cool and distant 2. they are supposed to be,” said the 63 (create) Chen Nan. “In fact, they are cute and humorous, and they could totally serve our needs for online expression.” 64 46-year-old professor of fine art at Tsinghua University has been working to make oracle bone inscriptions into emojis. For example, the character for “zui,” 65 means “drunk” in English, was created 66 (look) like a stumbling figure.
Chen has also combined the ancient Chinese characters with cartoon figures. A cartoon video clip 67 (feature) oracle bone inscriptions designed by him was viewed 31 million times and shared 140,000 times.
Chen worked on the road of innovation 19 years ago. In 2016,the ancient typeface 68. (include) into the font library under his efforts to let the ancient words walk into people’s life. Now the library has as many as 3,500 characters, 69 Chen’s research on the project still continues, as he plans to extend the library to 7,000 characters. In the future, he will apply the ancient characters 70. education and development of games and apps.
the character for “zui”。
67.featuring考查非謂語動詞。句意:一個由他設計的甲骨文動畫視頻瀏覽量達3100萬次。feature作為動詞意思是“以……為特征或特色,描寫……的特征”,這里考查動詞-ing形式作后置定語。 68.was included考查時態和語態。句意:2016年甲骨文被納入字體庫,古老的文字走進了人們的生活。根據時間狀語“in 2016”可知用過去時態,且“the ancient typeface”與“include”之間是被動關系,所以用過去時的被動語態。 69.but/yet考查連詞。句意:現在,甲骨文字體庫里已有3500個漢字,不過陳楠的研究工程仍在繼續。這里前后句為轉折關系。
Chrysanthemum(菊花) comes from China and was recorded in some Chinese books as early as the 5th century BC. The flower 61. (introduce) to Japan during the Tang Dynasty. It usually begins to bloom(開花) in the 9th lunar month, lending a festive atmosphere to Double Ninth Day. That’s why the month is also referred to 62. “the month of chrysanthemum”.
The flower has been favored by 63. (poet) through the ages, because it is one of the only flowers that bloom in late autumn. Du Fu,a great Tang Dynasty poet, wrote more than ten poems singing the praises of the flower.
Chinese people 64. (be) fond of enjoying chrysanthemum on Double Ninth Day long before. Chrysanthemum displays were usually held immediately after 65. day in some regions of China in the Qing Dynasty. People in Beijing began to stick chrysanthemums on doors and windows 66. (get) rid of the bad luck and bring in the good luck,67. was an alteration(改變) of the custom of 68. (wear) chrysanthemum on people’s heads. At these displays family members accompany their elders to have a relaxing day in a natural atmosphere while wishing for good health and 96.(happy) for them. The displays are often 70. (live) with a sea of visitors. 參考答案：
61.was introduced考查時態與被動語態。句中主語“The flower”和動詞“introduce”是被動關系,指這種花被介紹,在句中作謂語用被動語態,再根據時間狀語“the Tang Dynasty”可知應該用一般過去時的被動語態。
64.were考查主謂一致。根據時間狀語“long before”可知,此處用過去時,與主語Chinese people保持一致用復數形式。 65.the考查冠詞。此處是特指“Double Ninth Day”,用定冠詞the,表示重陽節之后。