本试卷分选择题和非选择题两部分，共 14 页，满分为 150 分。考试用时 120 分钟。
注意事项：1、答卷前，考生务必用黑色字迹的钢笔或签字笔将自己的姓名和学号填写在答题卡和答卷密封 线内相应的位置上，用 2B 铅笔将自己的学号填涂在答题卡上。 2、选择题每小题选出答案后，用 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑；如需改动，用 橡皮擦干净后，再选涂其他答案；不能答在试卷上。 3、非选择题必须用黑色字迹的钢笔或签字笔在答卷纸上作答，答案必须写在答卷纸各题目指定 区域内的相应位置上，超出指定区域的答案无效；如需改动，先划掉原来的答案，然后再写上新的答案； 不准使用铅笔和涂改液。不按以上要求作答的答案无效。 4、考生必须保持答题卡的整洁和平整。
第一部分 听力（满分 17 分）
Part A: 听文段，填入空格内缺失的内容。文段读两遍。 （共 5 小题；每题 1 分，满分 5 分） Yellowstone National Park is located in the United States. It was the first national park in the world, and it is known for 1 and its many natural features, such as lakes, canyons, rivers, and mountains. Yellowstone Lake is one of the largest lakes in North America and is centered over the continent’s 2 . Native Americans have lived in the Yellowstone region for at least 11000 years, but 3 exploration did not begin until 4 . Hundreds of structures were built and are currently protected for their historical significance. 5 occur in the park each year, and in 1988, nearly one third of the park was burned. Part B: 角色扮演 (共 8 小题；每题 1.5 分，满分 12 分) 【情景介绍】 角色： 你是记者 任务： 1.采访市民对城市公交服务的意见； 2.根据谈话内容回答问题。 【参考词汇】 assume 假定，以为 ； concert 音乐会 1) 听一小段对话，做笔记，之后请回答第 1 和第 2 个问题。对话只读一遍，问 题读两遍。 回答 Q1：___________________________________________________ 回答 Q2：___________________________________________________ 2) 三问三答：请先翻译问句，然后听针对该问句的相应介绍，做笔记，并根据 该介绍回答随后提出的一个小问题。介绍和问题均读两遍。 请翻译：1.您对公交车的安全有什么看法？ Listen to the answer. Then Answer Q3: _____________________________________________ 请翻译：2.乘公交车能到达您想去的所有地方吗？ Listen to the answer. ks5u Then Answer Q4: _____________________________________________ 请翻译：3.您愿意支付多一点票价来改善公交车系统吗？ Listen to the answer. Then Answer Q5: _____________________________________________
第二部分 选择题(共 78 分) I 语言知识及应用 （共两节，满分 38 分）
1. 第一节 语法单选 (共 31 小题; 每题 0.5 分, 满分 15.5 分) Jane is the only one of the students who _______ a little Chinese and is one of my friends who _______ studying in China now. A. know; have B. knows; has C. knows; are D. know; is I knew he was _______ Joe when he spoke of the teacher. A. bringing up B. referring to C. asking for D. taking up When you stand on the top of the mountain and overlook the surrounding scenery, you’ll find it is _______ to climb it up with effort. A. worth B. worthy C. possible D. worthwhile — Tom took away our teacher’s cellphone without _______. — Really? I can’t imagine that. A. being permitted B. permitted C. to be permitted D. permitting Martin says neither his wife nor his children _______ come with him to the exhibition. A. is planning to B. plan to C. plans to D. has plans to They are working hard to _______ sorghum and peanuts _______ from being destroyed by pests and chemicals. A. keep; free B. hunger; disturbingks5u
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C. equip; sunburnt D. skim; super 7. It was by making great efforts _______ she caught up with other students. A. how B. when C. what D. that 8. The child had only _______ slight temperature, but the doctor regarded _______ illness as serious enough for _______ hospital treatment. A. /, /, the B. a, /, / C. a, the, / D. /, the, the 9. I'll spend half of my holiday practicing English and _______ half learning drawing. A. another B. the other C. other’s D. other 10. There was a terrible noise _______ the sudden burst of light. A. following B. followed C. to be followed D. being followed 11. The employees _______ that they renew their contracts within a week. A. have been told B. have come to know C. are reminded D. have been advised 12. The schoolboys and schoolgirls are walking along the street, _______ a small red cap. A. each of them has B. they each have C. each wearing D. every wears 13. When you are home, give a call to let me know you _______ safely． A. are arriving B have arrived C had arrived D will arrive 14. — The women each, working in the company, _______ to become the leading members of the department. — So do the men. A. hope B. hopes C. hoping D. hoped 15. The children talked so loudly at dinner table that I had to struggle _______. A. hearing B. to be heard C. to have heard D. being heard 16. _______ to the party held by his boss was a great surprise to him.
A. The worker to be invited B. The worker that invited C. The worker’s being invited D. The worker was invited 17. To _______, hardship is an excuse; to _______, hardship is a great fortune. A. the failure; the success B. a failure; a success C. failures; successes D. the failure; a success 18. Children _______ to difficult situations are better at handling those _______ tasks. A. exposing; challenging B. exposed; challenged C. exposed; challenging D. exposing; challenged 19. Once _______ in the forest, you ought to remain _______ you are waiting for help. A. losing; where B. losing; there C. lost; there D. lost; where 20. He was _______ to win the 100-meter race, but he got injured accidentally while running. ks5u A. likely B. possible C. probable D. maybe 21. I don’t expect him to help, nor _______ expect that he will come. A. did I B. do I C. I did D. I do 22. China became the 143rd member of the WTO on December 11, 2001, thus _______ its 15-year wish to join the global trade body. A. realized B. to realize C. realizing D. having realized 23. Sometimes your friends’ opinions are _______, so you’d better think twice before you do an important thing. A. impressive B. active C. attractive D. subjective 24. The old tower must be saved, _______ the cost is. A. however B. whatever C. whichever D. wherever 25. She found a lot of _______ were _______. A. passers-by; grown-ups B. passer-bys; growns-up C. passer-bys; grown-ups D. passers-by; growns-up 26. She has succeeded in gaining _______ to the university, which the whole family are pleased with. A. congratulation B. cooperation C. admission D. reaction 27. _______ a reply, he decided to write again. A. Not receiving B. Receiving not C. Having not received D. Not having received 28. Your watch is always slow; it needs ________. A. repairing B. repaired C. to repair D. to be repair 29. It is no good _______ me _______ careless mistakes. A. to expect; to overlook B. expecting; to overlook C. to expect; overlooking D. expecting; overlooking 30. I didn’t hear a single word _______ in that classroom that day and I could feel my heart _______. A. speak, pounding B. speaking, pound C. spoken, pounding D. to speak, pound 31. Soon his warm smile put me _______，and we spent the next two hours talking freely. A. at dusk B. at present C. with ease D. at ease
第二节 完形填空 (共 15 小题；每题 1.5 分, 满分 22.5 分) 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 32 - 46 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 选项 中，选择最佳答案。 How can you make a million dollars in one month? I’m sure I am going to get the 32 of many readers with the question. The 33 news is that you are not going to make a million dollars in one month 34 you win the lottery (彩票) or some other prize. We all want to be millionaires. However, if you try to 35 how they became that rich, you will learn that they worked very hard for the money. That is what most millionaires have had to do, including Bill Gates and Andrew Carnegie, and they often went 36 hardships before they succeeded 37 . There are many reasons why the millionaires have made it 38 for themselves. In this article, I am going to 39 passion which I think is the most 40 quality to have in order to succeed. I am sure that if one were to 41 the people who made millions in their lifetime, this would be found in all of them. Take J.K. Rowling for 42 . Her first Harry Potter book was sent to twelve publishing houses, all of which refused to publish it. A year later, she was finally given the chance by a small 43 , which paid ￡1,500. And the 44 from that company was that she should get herself a job since she had little 45 of making a living by writing children’s books. If you want to make a million dollars, find something that makes you really passionate and work hard at it. It doesn’t matter what it is. Let me know how you 46 . 32. A. attention B. discussion C. consideration D. excitement 33. A. common B. funny C. disappointing D. surprising 34. A. if B. unless C. since D. though 35. A. find out B. think up C. bring up D. care about 36. A. around B. under C. through D. near 37. A. as well B. at last C. on purpose D. by chance 38. A. appear B. complete C. change D. happen 39. A. talk about B. show off C. pick out D. carry out 40. A. interesting B. important C. unforgettable D. beautiful 41. A. serve B. visit C. marry D. study 42. A. agreement B. experience C. example D. experiment 43. A. office B. publisher C. factory D. school 44. A. advice B. praise C. comment D. celebration 45. A. interest B. energy C. time D. chance 46. A. understand B. plan C. go D. behave Ⅱ 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每题 2 分，共 40 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 选项中，选出最佳选项，并在 答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A
It was near dusk, and Kim Cooper and her husband, Steve, were trucking through northern Kentucky transportation auto parts from Louisville to Detroit for a goods company. “Steve, wake up！” she shouted. “There’s a truck on fire！” Inside the burning truck, Ronnie Sanders, 38, was fighting for his life. He’d been running a heavy load of tractors and forklifts from Georgia to Indianapolis when a van in front of him stopped suddenly in traffic on the icy road. As Ronnie bore down, he could see children in the backseat. The truck’s bulk would probably protect him from the worst of the impact, but the force of 23 tons would likely crush everyone inside the van. “I figured instead of killing other people, I’d just put the truck in the ditch.” At the bottom, rocks cut a fuel tank, which caught fire. A tree branch destroyed the windshield and knocked Ronnie unconscious. He came to life a couple of minutes later to find the cabin flames and his legs on fire. Steve dashed to Ronnie, who was hanging headfirst from the passenger door. Ronnie had used his pocket knife to cut himself free from the driver’s side seat belt only to get his boot trapped in another one. Steve climbed into the burning cab to free him. He tried three times to pull Ronnie out before finally freeing him. But Ronnie’s legs were still burning, so Steve laid him on the ground, ripped off his own shirt, and beat the flames with it. He’d managed to drag him about 20 yards when one of the truck’s 150 gallon fuel tanks exploded. Both Steve and Ronnie paid a price for risking their lives for strangers. Ronnie spent two months in the hospital and received skin grafts(移植) on both of his legs. Steve suffered smoke breathing and minor burns, and shrapnel from the fuel tank explosion broke a tooth. In February, the Coopers received a Hero of the Highway award from the Open Road Foundation for rescuing an injured driver. Steve insists Ronnie is the real hero: “If he hadn’t gone into the ditch, he would have hit that van. It was his decision to drive off the road.” “I feel pretty good about it，” says Ronnie. “A lot of people could have been hurt.” 47. According to the passage, Ronnie put the truck in the ditch because of ________. A. his concern for his own safety B. his poor driving skill C. the icy road D. his concern for others’ lives 48. What probably made Ronnie come to life after driving the truck in the ditch? A. The noise from the highway. B. The call from the Coopers. C. The pain from the burning legs. D. The heat of the fire. 49. How did Steve put out the flames in Ronnie’s legs? A. He beat the flames with Ronnie’s shirt. B. He beat the flames with his own shirt. C. He put out the fire with a tank of water. D. He put out the fire with a bag of sand. 50. What does the underlined word “shrapnel” in Paragraph 6 mean? A. A small piece of metal. B. A wave of the explosion. C. A branch of a tree. D. The heat of the explosion. 51. Which of the following can be the best title of this passage? A. Heroes: The Coopers B. Heroes: Roadside Flames C. Accidents on the Icy Road D. Accidents in the Ditch
B The West is full of fast food and large amounts of food which contribute to many women’s being fat. While many are fat, thin women are admired and seen as healthier. This has led to a culture of gym-going, strange dieting methods and, frequently, eating disorders. In the East, women tend to be smaller and many women take pills to keep their slim figures as they get older. However, you’re mistaken if you think thinness is the beauty standard all over the world. The BBC reports that in Mauritania, Africa, the opposite is true. In Mauritania, mothers force their daughters to eat a lot of food so that they get as fat as possible. The fatter they are, the more likely they are to marry well. Fat is also considered healthy, because in a country where HIV/AIDS is a very real problem, thin people are often sick and dying. However, “healthy” fat women are suffering from some problems of their own and many are dying in their 40s of weight-related diseases. The Mauritanian government is trying to warn its people of the dangers of being overweight but it’s not easy to change cultural views. Many women worry that if they lose weight, their husbands will leave them for fatter, more attractive women. It seems that while education about the dangers of being too thin and too fat is very important, what the world really needs is to become less pre-occupied with the size, shape and weight of women’s bodies. The promotion of healthy practices is easy but changing cultural beauty standards takes more time, imagination and effort. 52. According to the article, why are women usually fatter in the West? A. They don’t exercise enough. B. Large food portions and fast food are common. C. They use unhealthy dieting methods. D. They believe that being fat is beautiful. 53. What examples does the writer give of unhealthy weight-loss methods in the East and West? A. Strange dieting methods, exercising, taking pills and eating too much. B. Taking pills, watching what you eat and exercising. C. Strange dieting methods and warning people about the dangers of being overweight. D. Gym-going, strange dieting methods, eating disorders and taking pills. 54. Why are girls forced to eat a lot of food in Mauritania? A. They believe that fat people won’t get HIV/AIDS. B. They believe that they can lead healthier lives. C. They believe if they grow fat, they may possibly marry good husbands. D. They believe that they won’t get sick very often. 55. According to the article, why do some women in Mauritania not want to lose weight even though they know being fat is unhealthy? A. They worry that their husbands will leave them if they’re thin. B. They really like being beautiful. C. They really like eating a lot of food and being fat. D. The government forces them to eat a lot so they won’t get sick. 56. Does the writer think it’s important to educate people about the dangers of eating too much or too little? A. Yes, the writer thinks it should be taught in schools. B. No, the writer thinks that people should learn for themselves. C. Yes, but the writer thinks that other changes are also necessary.
D. No, the writer thinks it’s more important to change cultural beauty standards. C Doctors say anger can be an extremely damaging emotion, unless you learn how to deal with it. They warn that anger can lead to heart disease, stomach problems, headaches, emotional problems and possibly cancer. Anger is a normal emotion that we all feel from time to time. Some people express anger openly in a calm reasonable way. Others burst with anger and scream and yell. But other people keep their anger inside. They can not or will not express it. This is called repressing anger. For years many doctors thought that repressing anger was more dangerous to a person’s health than expressing it. They said that when a person is angry, the brain releases the same hormones(荷尔蒙).They speed the heart rate, raise blood pressure, or sugar into the blood, etc．In general the person feels excited and ready to act. Some doctors say that both repressing and expressing anger can be dangerous. They believe that those who express anger ferociously may be more likely to develop heart disease, and they believe that those who keep their anger inside may face a greater danger of high blood pressure. Doctors say the solution is learning how to deal with anger. They say the first step is to admit that you are angry and to recognize the real cause of the anger, and then decide if the cause is serious enough to get angry about. If it is, they say, “Do not express your anger while angry. Wait until your anger has cooled down and you are able to express yourself calmly and reasonably.” Doctors say that a good way to deal with anger is to find humor in the situation that has made you angry. They said that laughter is much healthier than anger. 57. The underlined word “ferociously” in Paragraph 2 probably means _______. A. mildly B. fiercely C. frequently D. hardly 58. Which statement is right according to the passage? A. If you were angry, you would get cancer. B. Once you are angry, you will get cancer. C. Though you are often angry, you can’t get cancer. D. Anger may cause you a cancer. 59. Expressing anger ferociously _______ repressing it according to some scientists. A. is just the same as B. is more harmful than C. is no better than D. is much better than 60. According to the author, you’d better _______. A. never be angry B. cool it down before you express your anger C. laugh when you get angry D. admit you are wrong when you are angry 61. The main purpose of the text is to _______. A. describe people’s behavior at anger. B. present doctors’ different attitudes towards anger. C. stress the harm of anger. D. instruct people how to deal with anger.
D In times of economic crisis, Americans turn to their families for support. If the Great Depression is any guide, we may see a drop in our sky-high divorce rate. But this won’t necessarily represent an increase in happy marriages. In the long run, the Depression weakened American families, and the current crisis will probably do the same. We tend to think of the Depression as a time when families pulled together to survive huge job losses. By 1932, when nearly one-quarter of the work force was unemployed, it had declined by around 25 percent from 1929. But this does not mean that people were suddenly happier with their marriages. Rather, with incomes plummeting and insecure jobs, unhappy couples often couldn’t afford to divorce. They feared that neither would be able to manage alone. Today, given the job losses of the past year, fewer unhappy couples will risk starting separate households. Furthermore, the housing market meltdown will make it more difficult for them to finance their separations by selling their homes. ks5u After financial disasters family members also tend to do whatever they can to help each other and their communities. A 1940 book, “The Unemployed Man and His Family,” described a family in which the husband first reacted to losing his job “with tireless search for work.” He was always active, looking for odd jobs to do. The problem is that such an impulse is hard to sustain (continue). For some, the hardships of life without steady work eventually defeated their attempts to keep their families together. The rate rose again during the rest of the decade as the recovery took hold. Millions of American families may now be in the initial (earliest) stage of their responses to the current crisis, working together and supporting one another through the early months of unemployment. Today’s economic depression could well generate a similar backlog(积压) of couples whose relationships have been irreparably ruined. So it is only when the economy is healthy again that we will begin to see just how many fractured(破裂的) families have been created. 62. In the initial stage, the current economic crisis is likely to _______. A. tear many troubled families apart B. contribute to enduring and strong family ties C. bring about a drop in the divorce rate D. cause a lot of conflicts in the family 63. In the Great Depression many unhappy couples chose to stick together because _______. A. starting a new family would be hard B. they expected things would turn better C. they wanted to better protect their kids D. living separately would be too costly 64. In addition to job losses, what stands in the way of unhappy couples getting a divorce? A. Mounting (increasing) family debts. B. Falling housing prices. C. Difficulty in getting a loan. D. A sense of insecurity. 65. What will the current economic crisis eventually do to some married couples? A. It will force them to pull their efforts together. B. It will damage their mutual understanding.
C. It will help strengthen their emotional bonds. D. It will irreparably damage their relationship. 66. What can be inferred from the last paragraph? A. The economic recovery will see a higher divorce rate. B. Few couples can stand the test of economic hardships. C. A stable family is the best protection against poverty. D. Money is the foundation of many a happy marriage.
第二部分 非选择题(共 55 分)
Ⅲ 按课文内容填空(共 10 小题；每题 1 分, 满分 10 分) <U3> As Victor Hugo once said, “Laughter is the sun that 1 the human face”, and up to now nobody has been able to do this 2 Charlie Chaplin. He brightened the 3 and British through two world wars and the 4 in between. He made people laugh at a time when they felt depressed, …. Such training was common 5 at this time, 6 the family income was often uncertain. …He could mime and act the fool doing ordinary everyday tasks. <U4> In almost every culture, it is not usually good to stand too close to someone 7 . Standing 8 with open hands will show that I am willing to listen. ….it is great to 9 in body language. We can often 10 each other. Ⅳ 写作(共两节, 满分 45 分) 第一节 单词 (共 30 小题; 每题 1 分, 满分 30 分) 1) 请根据首字母或括号内的提示用单词的正确形式填空。 11. She o_______ injury to win the Olympic gold medal. 12. This is a very e _______ film and almost everyone laughs while seeing it. 13. I have had enough and can’t eat another m _______ of dinner. 14. A c _______ person is happy with what he has, rather than worried about what he has not. 15. Chaplin devoted himself to the films t _______ his life. 16. I called on you yesterday, but u_______ you were out. 17. The a _______ stayed up, while the kids went to bed. 18. _______(确信) of the accuracy(精确性) of the data, they stuck to their opinion. 19. In my opinion, the library has a valuable social _______(功能）. 20. You can buy many ______ (纪念品) in every place of interest. 21. Most of the citizens want peace, and only the m _______ want the war to continue. 22. Not all doctors _______(true) understand the reproductive cycle. 23.After graduation, he _______ (志愿）to teach in a school in the west of China. 24. Any father finds it difficult with a teenage daughter. She was m_______ (情绪多 变的，喜怒无常的）. 25. Employers are interested in how she a_______(处理) problems.
26. She is crazy about animals, o_______ (着迷的）with them -- she has always had dogs, cats, and horses in her life. 27. When she was younger, I used to take her to the opera -- that’s my p_______(酷 爱）. 28. Are you going to live in the students’ d_______ or at home? 29. We have real p________ (骄傲）in our work -- you look at the New York skyline and think “I helped build that.” 30. It’s a f_______ (有极大吸引力的）subject and the pay’s pretty good. 2) 请根据句子的上下文语境，给下划线的单词或词组选择恰当的英文解释，并 将其编号写在答卷上。 31. The President has resigned and a new president has been elected. 32. I saw a documentary with my family called Stormchasers. It was about hurricane hunters…. 33. Despite feeling ill, she managed to keep cheerful. 34. I’ve always found him difficult to talk to. He’s a bit reserved. 35. My wife and I are pretty cut off from our families. We made sacrifices to do this job. A. behaving in a way that shows you’re happy B. to stop work at the end of your working life C. unwilling to express one’s emotions or talk about one’s problems D. to officially leave your job because you want to E. to stop having a friendly relationship with someone F. People feel lonely because they are not able to meet people, or because it is a long way from any other place. G. difficult to get on well with H. a film or television programme that gives facts and information about something 3) 词组翻译。 36. 某人自己的 38. 使你梦想成真 40. 某人对某事熟悉
37. 接到一个意想不到的电话 39. 用老式的方法
第二节 写作(共 1 小题; 满分 15 分) 请按照题目要求， 采用相应的句型或结构将以下句子翻译合并成一篇逻辑连 贯的文章。 去年暑假我去了恐龙主题公园度假。 这个公园是仿造恐龙时代而建造的。 用 （ 定语从句） 在那里我体验了几百万年前就灭绝了的恐龙的生活，感到非常满足。 （-ing 作状语） 在公园里，你能找到各种各样的恐龙，让你惊叹不已，而且所有的展品 （exhibit） 都如此逼真 （vivid） 以至于它们好像都复活了。 ， （用结果状语从句） 总的来说， 任何一个来到这里的人都很有可能不仅能体验乐趣，还能学到一 些关于恐龙的知识。 （用定语从句或者名词性从句）
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内的相应位置上答题，超出指定区域的答案无效。 2、如需改动，先划掉原来的答案，然后再写上新的答案；不准使用铅笔和涂改液，不按以上要 求作答的答案无效。
第一部分 听力 第一节 听取信息 (共 5 小题；每题 1 分, 满分 5 分) 1. _____________________________ 2. ____________________________ 3. _____________________________ 4. ____________________________ 5. _____________________________ 第二节 角色扮演： (共 8 小题；每题 1.5 分，满分 12 分) ? 第一小段对话后请回答第一个和第二问题： Q1：_____________________________________________________________ Q2：_____________________________________________________________ ? 三问三答
翻译 1： _________________________________________________________ 回答 Q3： _________________________________________________________ 翻译 2： _________________________________________________________ 回答 Q4：_________________________________________________________ 翻译 3: _________________________________________________________
回答 Q5： _________________________________________________________ 第二部分 Ⅲ 按课文内容填空(共 10 小题；每题 1 分, 满分 10 分) 1. _____________________________ 2. ____________________________ 3. _____________________________ 4. ____________________________ 5. _____________________________ 6. ____________________________ 7. ____________________________ 8. ____________________________ 9. ____________________________ 10.____________________________ Ⅳ 写作(共两节, 满分 45 分) 第一节 单词与词组 (共 30 小题；每题 1 分，满分 30 分) 1）单词拼写 (共 20 小题；每题 1 分，满分 20 分) 11.__________________ 12._________________
Part A: Part B: 1. its wildlife 2. largest volcano 3. organized 4. the late 1860s/ the late 1860’s 5. Forest fires Answer 1：When she goes shopping. Answer 2：The woman’s son.
Translation 1: What do you think about/of the safety of buses? What is your opinion on the safety of buses? Answer 3：They are newer and nicer. Translation 2: Do buses go to all the places you need to go? Answer 4：The new concert hall. Translation 3: Are you willing to pay more for tickets to improve the bus system? Answer 5：It could be hard for poor people.
语法单选 完形 阅读理解 1-5 16-20 32-36 47-51 CBDAB CBCDA ACBAC DCBAB 6-10 ADCBA 11-15 DCBA B 21-25 BCDBA 26-31 CDABCD 37-41 52-56 BDABD BDCAC 42-46 57-61 CBADC BDCBD
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Last summer I spent my holiday in a dinosaur theme park which is modeled after the days of dinosaurs. There, I experienced the life of dinosaurs which (had) died out millions of years ago,
feeling pretty content. In the park, you will be amazed to find various kinds of dinosaurs and that all the exhibits are so vivid that they seem to (have) come to life．In general, anyone who/ whoever comes here is likely not only to have fun but also to learn something about dinosaurs. ks5u