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根据下列材料请回答 31~35 题: A Now satellites are helping to forecast the weather.T

根据下列材料请回答 31~35 题:

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Now satellites are helping to forecast the weather.They are in space,and they can reach any part of the world.The satellites take pictures of the atmosphere(大气),because this is where the weather form.They send these pictures to the weather stations.So meteorologists(气象学家)can see the weather of any part of the world.From the pictures,the scientists can often say how the weather will change.

Today,nearly five hundred weather stations in sixty countries receive satellite pictures.When they receive new pictures,the meteorologists compare them with earlier ones.Perhaps they may find that the clouds have changed during the last few hours.This may mean that the weather on the ground may soon change,too.In their next weather forecast,the meteorologists can say this.

So the weather satellites are a great help to the meteorologists.Before satellites were invented,the scientists could forecast the weather for about 24 0r 48 hours.Now they can make good forecasts for three or five days.Soon,perhaps,they may be able to forecast the weather for a week or more ahead.

第 31 题 Satellites travel______.

A.in space

B.in the atmosphere

C.above the ground

D.above space

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第 31 题

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根据下列文章,请回答 1~20 题。 Read the following text. Choose the best word(s) for each nu

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Read the following text. Choose the best word(s) for each numbered blank and mark A. B.C.or D on ANSWER SHEET1.

In the past,the Park Service focused on making the big scenic parks more_______ 21 and comfortable for tourists. Roads were paved to allow "windshield visitors" to experience the grandeur of nature without leaving their cars, and a _____ 22 number of hotels and grocery stores were permitted to open _____23 the park boundaries.

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A. possible

B.accessible

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根据下列文章,请回答 31~35 题。Text 3As regards social conventions, we must say a word about

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As regards social conventions, we must say a word about the English class system. This is an embarrassing subject for English people, and one they tend to be ashamed of, though during the present century class-consciousness has grown less and less. But it still exists. Broadly speaking, it means there are two classes, the "middle class" and the "working class,' (We shall ignore for a moment the old "upper class", since it is extremely small in numbers; but some of its members have the right to sit in the House of Lords, and some newspapers take a surprising interest in their private life. ) The middle class consists chiefly of businessmen and professional people of all kinds. The working class consists chiefly of manual and unskilled workers.

The most obvious difference between them is in their accent. Middle-class people use slightly varying kinds of "received pronunciation" which is the kind of English spoken by BBC announcers and taught to overseas pupils. Typical working-class people speak in many different local accents which are generally felt to be rather ugly and uneducated. One of the biggest barriers of social equality in England is the two-class education system. To have been to a so-called "public school" immediately marks you out as one of the middle class. The middle classes tend to live a more formal life.Their midday meal is "lunch" and they have a rather formal evening meal called "dinner", whereas the working man's dinner, if his working hours permit, is at midday, and his smaller, late-evening meal is called supper.

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第31题:The \"upper class\" in England today

A.are extremely small in number so that media pays no attention to them

B.still uses old words like "sir" in their, everyday life

C.can sits in the House of Lords

D.refers only to the royal family

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