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浙江省台州中学2012届高三上学期第一次统练试题英语

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台州中学 2011—2012 学年第一学期第一次统练试题 高三 英语
命题人: 命题人:林丹红 审定人: 审定人:余信

注意: 选择题) 非选择题)两部分。 注意:本试卷分为第 I 卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题)两部分。满分 100 分钟;所有答案一律做在答题卷上。 分,考试时间 120 分钟;所有答案一律做在答题卷上。 卷 I(选择题 ( 满分 76 分) 一 听力(共两节,满分 10 分) 第一节 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 10 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’s the man doing when the call comes in? [A]Talking with a secretary. [B]Making a long distance call. [C]He is about to leave the office. 2.What does the man suggest the woman do? [A]Talk to her friend. [B]Be brave when in danger. [C]Borrow money from her friend. 3.Why is the woman having a hard time? [A]Feed the children. [B]Children eat a lot. [C]Food costs more. 4.What will the man do? [A]Go to a picnic. [B]Visit Mary. [C]Do some gardening. 5.What did the woman expect? [A]Get a pay raise. [B]Be the new manager. [C]To change to another department. 第二节 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 5 秒钟的时间阅读各个小题,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。 听下面一段对话,回答第 6 和第 7 两个小题。 6.What are the speakers doing? [A]Talk about the movers. [B]Choose things to pack. [C]Prepare to move. 7.What are the speakers planning to do next? [A]Make a call. [B]Eat out. [C]Go on packing. 听下面一段对话,回答第 8 至第 10 三个小题。 8.What are they talking about? [A]Concert. [B]Party. [C]Trip.

9.What does the man plan to do? [A]Visit Jenny. [B]Go to Scotland. [C]Meet friends. 10.Who are the speakers? [A]Brother and sister. [B]Husband and wife. [C]Friends. 听下面一段对话,回答第 11 至第 13 三个小题。 11.When did the man have his first car? [A]When he went abroad. [B]When he was a student. [C]When he started working. 12.What do we know about his car? [A]Small. [B]Brown. [C]Ugly. 13.What happened to it later? [A]He sold it. [B]He broke it. [C]He sent it abroad. 听下面一段对话,回答第 14 至第 16 三个小题。 14.Why was the man invited? [A]He is a successful businessman. [B]He is a famous radio announcer. [C]He is good at making a speech. 15.What skill is important for the man to start his restaurant? [A]Cleaning. [B]Waiting at the table. [C]Cooking. 16.Where was the man’s second restaurant? [A]On the western side of the town. [B]On the eastern side of the town. [C]Outside the town. 听下面一段独白,回答第 17 至和第 20 四个小题。 17.Where did they stay most during their trip? [A]Modesto. [B]Fairmount. [C]At his cousin’s. 18.What did they ask the manager to do? [A]Change the TV to the table. [B]Operate the TV. [C]Get a TV. 19.Why did the manager give them a roll of paper? [A]To dry themselves. [B]To replace the toilet paper. [C]To clean the bathroom. 20.How did the woman sound? [A]Sad. [B]Annoyed. [C]Funny. 二 单项填空(20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 21. The most important thing about cotton in history is ______part that it played in _______Industrial Revolution. A. ?;? B. the;? C. the; the D. a; the 22. It was a time_______ the killer whales helped the whalers catch the baleen whales. A. when B. that C. then D. which

23. --What are you going to do this afternoon? -- I am going to the cinema with some friends. The film _______ quite early, so we __________ to the bookstore after that. A. finished; are going B. finished; go C. finishes; are going D. finishes; go 24. _________ from other continents for millions of years, Australia has many plants and animals not found in any other country in the world. A. Being separated B. Having separated C. Having been separated D. To be separated 25. 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 C. must take up; lay aside 26. The result of the football match was 2 to 2,________the satisfaction of both teams. A. with B. for C. at D. to 27. —Do you know when Britain ______war on Germany during the Second World War? —In 1993,I suppose. A. announced B. declared C. fought D. attended 28. Before ______ was standing a terrible man, Miss Linda could do nothing _________immediately. A. she; but cry B. her; but cry C. herself; except crying D. she; but to cry 29. People Who Moved China, hosted by CCTV, honors the people _______the valuable contributions should be remembered by every Chinese. A. whose B. of whom C. that D. of which 30.--Are you getting a new car this year? --You must be joking! I can’t afford to pay my bills, ________ buy a new car. A. let alone B. or rather C. leave alone D. other than 31. They usually have the medicine_______ before putting into the market all over the country. A. testing out B. to be tested out C. being tested out D. tested out 32. --What did he say in_______ of his stupid behavior? --He admitted having made a serious mistake. A. explanation B. favor C. case D. fear 33. When we first met on a train in 2000, we both felt immediately that we _____each other for years. A. know B. had known C. know D. have known 34. --- One’s week’s time has been wasted. --- I can’t believe we did all that work for __________. A. something B. none C. nothing D. anything 35. --- Is that the small town you often refer to?

--- Right, just the one ____ you know I used to work for years. A. that B. which C. where D. what 36. ---How long do you think it is ______he took up the job? --- Half a year at least. A. when B. before C. that D. since 37. --- What made Bill so angry? --- _____. His girl friend promised to come at 8:30, but she hasn’t come yet. A. Having kept waiting B. Being kept waiting C. To be kept waiting D. Being kept waited 38. It has been announced that all the candidates______ remain in their seats until all the papers have been collected. A. can B. will C. shall D. should 39. Ordinary woman though she is, she had won the award because she tries every means to make people _________ of the importance of the environment conservation. A. aware B. careful C. sensible D. awesome 40. ---We got here Tuesday afternoon. ---__________Why didn’t you call us earlier? A. Good luck. B. You did? C. It’s no surprise D. Go ahead. 三 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,然后从各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中, 选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项. I lived in Dallas, Texas nearly all my life with my mom, dad and older sister. We were 41 to respect others, value education, and get all that we could hard and the world is yours.” They are out of life. My parents always say, “ 42 never without a 43 word of advice or a bit of encouragement when life gets tough. My parents always 44 me to go to college. However, when I 45 at 16 years old that I’d rather get married to a man than go to college, they 46 , they stopped telling me they loved me and I could anything I wanted to. 47 persuaded me. I graduated from high school and currently 48 the University of Oklahoma studying medicine. I want to make the 49 a better place to live in. Every time I call home to tell them about a 50 I received in Chemistry Lab or Microeconomics or whichever 51 it is that I’m working hardest for at the moment, they tell me how 52 of me they are. I know there are college kids out there that have no one to call home when they an “A” on a project and I feel incredibly 53 to have my parents. Don’t get me wrong: We’ve had our share of 54 . I was the angry teenager and they were the awful 55 that wouldn’t let me stay out all night or let me get my tongue pierced(扎洞).But somehow, we 56 to work through those issues. They never 57 loving in me or believing in me. I 58 everything I am to my parents. Without their 59 love and encouragement, I wouldn’t believe I can change the world. My parents taught me to for what I believe in. So I’m working toward something really great always 60

and can only hope I continue to make them proud. 41. A. brought B. introduced C. raised D. ordered 42. A. Educate B. Work C. Train D. Practise 43. A. basic B. brilliant C. popular D. meaningful 44. A. reminded B. expected C. supposed D. chose 45. A. arranged B. judged C. wished D. decided 46. A. never B. ever C. seldom D. hardly 47. A. Carefully B. Hopefully C. Thankfully D. Delightfully 48. A. serve B. attend C. visit D. join 49. A. fortune B. house C. universe D. world 50. A. grade B. present C. failure D. value 51.A. job B. item C. course D. task 52.A.fond B. proud C. sure D. nervous 53.A.satisfied B. encouraged C. relaxed D. blessed 54.A.lessons B. problems C. moments D. experiences 55.A. teachers B. directors C. couple D. staff 56.A. managed B. attempted C. allowed D. requested 57.A. admitted B. minded C. kept D. stopped 58.A. pay B. owe C. return D. show 59.A. romantic B. wild C. constant D. faithful 60.A.fight B. look C. wait D. care 四 阅读理解(共 24 小题;每小题 1.5 分,36 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A Last Sunday I made a visit to some new neighbors down the block. No specific purpose in mind, just an opportunity to sit at the kitchen table, have some tea and chat. As I did so, it occurred to me how rare the Sunday visit has become. When I was a kid in the New Jersey of the 1960s, Sunday visits were routine. Most stores were closed and almost nobody worked. My family normally traveled eight city blocks to the home of my grandmother, where adults would sit on the front porch and chat while we children played hide-and-seek. The Sunday visit was something to desire strongly. It was the repetition to church, our reward for and hour of devotion, and opportunity to take advantage of the fact that Dad was not at work, we were not in school, and there were no chores that couldn’t wait until Monday. Sunday was, indeed, which means that there was one day when everyone seemed to have time for everybody else. Sunday as a day of rest is, or was, so deeply rooted in the culture that it’s surprising to consider that, in a short span of time, it has almost entirely lost this association.① In my childhood, it was assumed that everyone would either be home or visit someone else’s home on Sunday. But now the question is, “What do you plan to Do this Sunday?” The answer can range from going to the mall to participating in a road to jetting to Montreal for lunch. If one were to respond, “I’m making a Sunday visit to family,” such and answer would feel strange, an echo from another era.

I suppose I should be grateful to live in Maine, a state of small towns, abundant land tight relationships. Even though folks work as hard here as they do anywhere else, the state’s powerfully rural cast(特质)still harbors at least remnants(剩余部 分) the ethic of yesterday’s America, where people had to depend on one another in of the face of economic vagaries(反复无常的情况)and a challenging environment.② 61. The writer’s general impression of the Sunday in the past was a day when_________. A. everyone would pay a visit to some relative far away B. everyone seemed to be free and could have some leisure C. Dad was not at work while Mom was busy cleaning the house D. nearly every adult would go to church and children were not at school 62. What can we learn from the underlined sentence in paragraph 4? A. People nowadays prefer staying at home on Sunday B. People in the city dislike being disturbed on Sunday C. Such answers are rarely heard in our modern society D. Visiting someone on Sunday might take a lot of time 63. From the last paragraph we may infer that people in Maine____________. A. suffer more from economic depression and the changed environment B. have abandoned their tradition and lived an absolute new life C. have tense relationships with each other D. always help each other when they are in need 64. What is the writer’s attitude towards the Sunday today? A. Unsatisfied B. confused C. Respectful D. Thankful B Soft Police Jumbo Set Model No.:1530 Product Specifications: This soft play set features soft toys that will not hurt your precious babies. It does not include any small parts or accessories(附件)that can be easily swallowed. It boosts your children’s imagination and creativity. The colorful appearance of the items can surely attract kids. Suitable for children aged over 1. Baby Toys Model No.:MSM-12LL1 Product Specifications: This set of soft toys is suitable for children of all ages. It features two sleeping mice, lying on each other, creating a warm and intimate image. One of the pieces is designed in a circular shape, which can serve as a baby’s neck rest. Can be your children’s bedside companion. Safe for children. Comfortable and soft to touch. Hanging Decoration for Babies Product Specifications: The featured item is a hanging decoration for babies. It is usually hung on ceilings or

above baby cots. Comes in separate pieces. Easy assembling. Rotating(旋转的) umbrella with music. Decorations consist of several stuffed toys. For babies of 0-12 months. Baby Pulling Toys Product Specifications: This is a series of baby pulling to toys. They are decorated with stuffed mini dolls like bears, sheep and rabbits. When the babies pull strings, the toy is wound. When the pulling toy is released, the toy contracts back and produces different sounds. Made of polyester(涤沦). Suitable for children of 1,2,3,4, or above. Hello Kitty Doll with Swing Chair Model No.:62558 Product Specifications: 38cm doll with swing chair. This foldable swing chair with the cutest Hello Kitty is perfect for all lovely infants under one. It has adorable printing that can surely appeal to babies. It is also strongly constructed and designed to ensure maximum safety. Made of high quality material. Soft Dinosaur 5pcs Set Model No.:1801 Product Specifications: The soft and smooth texture offers a pleasure touch. Absence of small parts makes it safe for kids. Attractive to kids with the colorful appearance. Suitable for children aged over 1. An excellent and playful household decoration. 65. If you want to buy toys to be put by children’s bed, you may choose______. A. Model No. 1530 B. Model No. MSM-12LL1 C. Hanging Decoration for Babies D. Baby Pulling Toys 66. In what way are Model No. 1530 and Model No. MSM-12LL1 similar to each other? A. Both of them have colorful appearance B. They are for children aged over 1 C. They are the same in shape D. They are both soft and safe 67. If you want to pull babies’ attention with images and sound, you may choose___________. A. baby pulling toys B. a hanging decoration C. Model No. MSM-12LL1 D. Model No. 1530 68. What do we know about Model No. 62558 and Model No. 1801? A. Model No. 62558 is much safer than Model No. 1801. B. Model No. 62558 is more suitable for babies of 0-12 months. C. Model No. 1801 is more attractive in appearance. D. Model No. 1801 is made up of many small parts. C Going to school means learning new skills and facts in different subjects. Teachers teach and students learn, and many scientists are interested in finding ways to improve both teaching and learning processes. Sian Beilock and Susan Leving, two psychologists at the University of Chicago, are trying to learn about learning. In a new study about the way kids learn math in

elementary school, Beilock and Levine found a surprising relationship between what female teachers think and what female students learn: If a female teacher is uncomfortable with her own math skills, then her female students are more likely to believe that boys are better than girls at math. “If these girls keep getting math-anxious female teachers in later grades, it may create a snowball effect on their math achievement,” Levine told Science News. The study suggests that if these girls grow up believing that boys are better at math than girls are, then these girls may not do as well as they would have if they were more confident. Just as students find certain subjects to be difficult, teachers can find certain subjects to be difficult to learn—and teach. The subject of math can be particularly difficult for everyone. The new study involved 65 girls, 52 boys and 17 first-and second-grade teachers in elementary schools in the Midwest. The students took math achievement tests at the beginning and end of the school year, and the researchers compared the scores. The researchers also gave the students tests to tell whether the students believed a math superstar had to be a boy. Then the researchers turned to the teachers: To find out which teachers were anxious about math, the researchers asked the teachers how they felt at times when they came across math, such as when reading a sales receipt. A teacher who got nervous looking at the numbers on a sales receipt, for example, was probably anxious about math. Boys, on average, were unaffected by a teacher’s anxiety. On average, girls with math-anxious teachers scored lower on the end-of-the-year math tests than other girls in the study did. Plus, on the test showing whether someone thought a math superstar had to be a boy, 20 girls showed feeling that boys would be better at math—and all of these girls had been taught by female teachers with math anxiety. According to surveys done before this one, college students who want to become elementary school teachers have the highest levels of anxiety about math. Plus, nine of every 10 elementary teachers are women, Levine said. 69. Sian Beilock and Susan Levine carried out the new research in order to ___________. A. know the effects of teaching on learning B. study students’ ways of learning math C. prove women teachers are unfit to teach math D. find better teaching methods for teachers 70. The underlined part in paragraph 2 most probably means that girls may ___________. A. end up learning math anxiety from their teachers B. study the ways their female teachers behave C. have an influence on their math-anxious female teachers D. gain unexpected achievement in such subjects as math 71. In the study, what were the teachers required to do? A. Prepare two math achievement tests for the students B. Tell their feelings about math problems

C. Answer whether a math superstar had to be a boy D. Compare the students’ scores after the math tests 72.What is the finding of the new study? A. No male students were affected by their teachers’ anxiety B. Almost all the girls got lower scores in the tests than the boys C. About 30% of the girls thought boys are better at math than girls D. Girls with math-anxious teachers all failed in the math tests 73. Which of the following is TRUE according to the text? A. 117 students and teachers took part in the new study B. The researchers felt surprised at the findings of their study C. Beilock and Levine are interested in teaching math D. Men teachers are better at teaching math than women teachers D Though I have traveled in hundreds of trains, few unusual things have ever happened to me. But one day in a train something did happen. I do not mean that I was hurt: no one was hurt. I do my work in a hot country far away from England. Every September I go there to do my business, and every July I come back to England to have a rest. So every September I go to Paris and take a train from the great French city to Mendova, and at Mendova I catch my ship. There is one very fast train from Paris to Mendova, and it suits me well. It goes as far as Endoran, but it stops at Mendova for a few minutes to let travelers get out or in. It is called The Flying Bluebird. It reaches Mendova at seven minutes past nine in the morning, and it is never late. A ship leaves Mendova at half past eleven, and so you will understand that The Flying Bluebird suits me very well. I always travel by it, and I have nearly two and a half hours at Mendova to go from the station to the ship. That is more than enough time. Well, one September night, I took my place in The Flying Bluebird as usual. The train leaves Paris at nine o’clock every night, and I was in my place soon after half past eight. There were three or four people there with me, but very soon a lot of others got into the train. When no more people could sit down, they began to stand up near ( . us and also in the corridor 走廊) In a short time the corridor was full too, and it was impossible for any more travelers to get into the train. I could see a lot of other people outside the corridor windows, but they could not get in, and the train left Paris without them. The man sitting next to me started to ask all kinds of questions: “Where do you work? How long does it take you to get there? Are you married? How many children do you have? How much money do they pay you every year? How much do you have in the bank? How much do you spend every month?” He asked questions for about twenty minutes but I did not give him any clear answers, and at last he stopped and began to read the paper. I usually sleep quite well in the train, but this time I slept only a little. There were too many people, and there were too many things: small bags, large bags, coats, hats,

boxes, newspapers and food. As usual, we got angry about the window. Most people wanted it shut, and two of us wanted it open. But that always happens. It was shut all night, as usual. When I awoke in the early morning I felt hot and dirty, and glad that the journey was reaching its end. At seven minutes past nine The Flying Bluebird stopped. We were at Mendova, and I stood up thankfully. I took my two suitcases, held one in each hand, and tried to move towards the door into the corridor. In order to get out of the train, I had to pass down the corridor to the door at the far end. There was no other way out. I could not even into the corridor. There was a suitcase on the floor by my feet, and three men were standing in my way. I felt a touch of fear. I had to get out, you see; I had to catch my ship, which left at half past eleven. And the train did not stop again until it reached Endoran, two hundred miles away. “I must get out!” I cried. Everyone there understood me, but no one could move. At last I was able to put one foot over the suitcase on the floor, and I nearly reached the door into the corridor. But then, very slowly, the train began to move. It was taking me away! “Stop!” I cried. “I want to get out!” But no one outside the train could hear me, and the people inside did not care much. The train moved a little faster. What could I do? I was not even in the corridor. Fear made me think quickly. In front of my eyes, just, above the door, was a notice that told everyone how to stop the train. I had to pull an iron thing near the notice. I did not waste time. I pulled it. Well, a noise started above our heads. That was to show everyone that there was something wrong. It was not a small sound. Possibly the men in my ship two miles away could hear it. Then the train stopped. No one likes to stop a train if there is no need. But I had to catch my ship. That was the only thought in my mind: to get out and catch my ship. 74. The purpose of the author writing the first paragraph is to __________. A. answer some questions B. express some unusual feelings C. arouse the readers’ curiosity D. give some advice in advance 75. What do we know about the author and the man sitting next to him? A. They talked with each other all night B. They got angry about the window C. The author didn’t understand the man’s words D. The author didn’t like the man’s foolish questions 76. On this journey on The Flying Bluebird, the author felt uncomfortable because ___________. A. he couldn’t find a seat by the window B. he was angry with the man sitting next to him C. there were too many people on the train D. the window was kept shut all night 77. It can be learned from Para. 10 that the author was afraid that ____________. A. he would have to spend another sleepless night on the train

B. he would miss the ship that went where he worked C. more people might crowd into the train D. he would have to buy another ticket 78. The noise in the underlined sentence “a noise started above our heads”(Para.15) was made by __________. A. the angry passengers shouting at the top of their voices B. the ship that was lying two miles away C. the falling of boxes and suitcases to the floor D. the train itself telling people that something was wrong 79. What would be the best title for the text? A. A Bad Experience on the Train B. A Train that Is Never Late C. A Quick and Wise Decision D. A Journey to Mendova E Abby, Steven, Jonathan, Sara 和 Tina 都想去电影院看电影(80—84)。阅读 下面的电影介绍(A、B、C、D、E 和 F),选出最适合他们的电影。选项中有 一项是多余选项。 80. Abby: is 8 years old and shows great enthusiasm for cartoon films. 81. Steven: is going through a tough time in his life and ends a film to inspire him. 82. Jonathan: is a college graduate and prefers science-fiction films. 83. Sara: is interested in topics about romance and dreams about finding a boyfriend in an unexpected way. 84. Tina: hopes to enjoy an adventurous and thrilling film this weekend.

卷 II(非选择题 ( 满分 24 分) 五 单词拼写(共 8 题,每小题 0.5 分,满分 4 分) 1. Those people, who had w______________ the 7.23 Train Crash in Wenzhou, said they would never forget the horrible scenes. 2. Canadian teen pop star Justin Bieber, who has a t________ for music, is said to be the richest teenager in Hollywood. 3. It’s reported that the famous HK star couple, Nicholas Tse and Cecilia Cheung, have got d___________ to end their unhappy marriage. 4. A___________ the plan means we have to give up what we have done and start things all over again. 5. When you cut down a tree, you can see its a____________ ring. 6. Where there is an escalator, there is a sign saying, “The elder and children should be a______________ by adults when taking the escalator(自动扶梯).” 7. When her husband died in the accident, she received many letters and calls of s_______. 8. “One World, one Dream” fully r____________ the universal values of the Olympic Spirit----Unity, Strength, Harmony and Participation. 短文改错( 见答题卷) 六、短文改错(满分 5 分,每小题 0.5 分)(见答题卷) 七、书面表达(满分 15 分) 书面表达( 请以“中秋节的等待”为题,用英语写一篇短文,描述下图的内容,并就此发 表你的评论。

要求:1.文章必须包括描述和评论两部分; 2.词数为 120 左右。 Waiting on the Mid-autumn Festival

台州中学 2011—2012 学年第一学期第一次统练试题 英语答案 高三 英语答案
一 听力(共两节,满分 10 分)
1—5 CACAB 6—10 CBBCC 11—15 CAAAC 16—20 ABBAB

二 单项填空(20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分)
21—25 CACCA 26—30 DBBBA 41—45 CBDBD 46—50 ACBDA 31—35 DABCC 36—40 DBCAB 51—55 C B D B C 56—60 A D B C A 74—79 C D C B D A

三 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 四 阅读理解(共 24 小题;每小题 1.5 分,36 分)
61—64 B C D A 65—68 B D B B 69—73 B A B C B 80—84 C F E B D 1. witnessed 7. sympathy 2. talent 3. divorced 8. reflects

五 单词拼写(共 8 题,每小题 0.5 分,满分 4 分)
4. Abandoning 5. annual 6. accompanied

见答题卷) 六、短文改错(满分 5 分,每小题 0.5 分)(见答题卷) 短文改错( 第一句: 第一句:while—when ; asking – ask — 第四句: 第四句:his---my; wrong 前加 a 第二句: 第二句:去掉第二个 to

第五句: — 第五句:or—and

第六句: 第六句:Unexpected—unexpectedly ; ways—way — — 第七句: 第七句:that – whether/ if ; is --- was 七、书面表达(满分 15 分) 书面表达( Waiting on the Mid-autumn Festival It is twenty past nine at night. The old couple have had the reunion dinner prepa red for a long time. They are sitting at the table waiting for their son, daughter-in-law and their lovely grandchildren. The dishes are gradually cooling down, but they haven ’t come yet. The grandmother stares at the door eagerly and the grandfather is making telephone calls but can not get through. Are they too busy to come to their parents’ home to eat a dinner on the Mid-autumn Festival? It ought to be a happy day for families to get together. But like the old couple in the picture, today many old people are ignored by their children. They also need love and care. There is nothing more important than their family’s happiness for them. So every adult should try their best to spend some time with their parents and comfort their lonely heart.


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