Clerk:May I help you, sir?
George:Yes, I'd like some information about the trains to Boston.
George:Tomorrow. I have to be there before lunch time.
Clerk:There’s a train at 6 a.m. It’ll get you there at 11 a.m.___6___
George:And I have to get up very early too.___7___
Clerk:Yes, there is one at 8:30 a.m, that arrives in Boston at 11:40 a.m.
George:I think the 8:30 train will be my best choice.
A.Are there any non-stops to Boston？
B.But there are many stops along the way.
C.What’s the fare?
D.When do you want to go?
It seems that some people go out of their way to get into trouble. That’s more or less what happened the night that nashville Police Officer Floyd Hyde was on duty.
“I was on the way to a personal-injury accident in West Nashville. As I got onto High-way 40, blue lights and sirens going, I fell in behind a gold Pontiac Firebird that suddenly seemed to take off quickly down the highway. the driver somehow panicked at the sight of me. He was going more than a hundred miles an hour and began passing cars on the shoulder.”
But Hyde couldn’t go after him. Taking care of injured people is always more important than worrying about speeders, so the officer had to stay on his way to the accident. But he did try to keep the Firebird in sight as he drove, hoping another nearby unit would be able to step in and stop the speeding car. As it turned out, keeping the Firebird in sight was not that difficult. Every turn the Pontiac made was the very turn the officer needed to get to the accident scene.
Hyde followed the Pontiac all the way to his destination. At that point he found another unit had already arrived at the accident scene. His help wasn’t needed. Now he was free to try to stop the driver of the Firebird, who by this time had developed something new to panic about.
“Just about that time,” Hyde says, “I saw fire coming out from under that car, with blue smoke and oil going everywhere. He’d blown his engine. Now he had to stop.”
“After I arrested him, I asked him why he was running. He told me he didn’t have a driver’s license.”
That accident cost the driver of the Firebird plenty—a thousand dollars for the new engine—not to mention the charges for driving without a license, attempting to run away, and dangerous driving.
It is（）the teachers to see that these rules are observed.
Directions: Fast food is now very common in China. For this part, you are to write in no less than 100 words on the topic of “Fast Food”. You should base your composition on the clues given in Chinese below.
Directions: You are to write in no less than 100 words on the topic “The Importance of Self-Confidence”. You should base your composition on the Chinese clues given below. Write your composition on the ANSWER SHEET.