This test is designed for students ______ native language is not English.
Many of us rely on our smart phones for our everyday cameras.Our phones, however, collect lots of data ___21___ us, and camera software can automatically make a ___22___ of our location when we take a photo. This is more often a potential safety ___23___ than a benefit.
Let’s start with the ___24___ . When you allow your camera to mark your location,photo management apps, ___25___ Apple’s Photos and Google Photos,can automatically ___26___ pictures into albums based on location. That’s ___27___ when you go on vacation and want to remember ___28___ you were when you took a picture.
But when you’re not traveling, ___29___ your location marked on photos is not great. Let’s say you just connected with ___30___ on a dating app and shared a photo of your dog. ___31___ you had the location feature turned on when you took the photo,that person could ___32___ the data to see where you live.
Just to be ___33___ , make sure the photo location feature is off by default（默認情況下）.You ___34___ choose to turn the location feature on ___35___ to document your vacation,but remember to turn it off when your trip is over.
When my daughter first began competing in school chess tournaments, I often chatted with other parents. Sometimes,I’d ask if they played chess themselves. Usually, the reply was no. When I volunteered that I was learning to play, their tone was cheerfully joking:“Good luck with that!”If this game is so good for kids, why are adults ignoring it? Seeing someone playing smart phone games, I wanted to say:“Why are you having your kids do chess while you do that?”
Sure, we parents had work to do, work that helped pay for the lessons our kids were enjoying. But I also wondered if we were sending a subtle message:that learning was for the young.During one tournament,I saw a group of parents. They were playing chess! Just then, a group of kids passed me. “Why are adults learning chess?”one asked, in a vaguely teasing tone.
I was tired of sitting on the sidelines. I wanted in. And that is how I got a membership card and started throwing myself in. Early on, I was nervous, even though I really had nothing to lose, except my pride.“A master can sometimes play badly，”as one grandmaster（國際象棋大師）put it，“a fan, never!” And fan I was. It was three hours of concentration and thinking, with my phone turned off. It felt like a gym for the brain.
Being a beginner can be hard at any age,but it gets harder as you get older. The phrase“adult beginner”has an air of gentle pity. It implies the learning of something that you should have perhaps already learned.
Clerk: Hello, this is the front desk.___56___?
Brown: Hello, I need to catch a plane tomorrow at 9 a.m. ___57___?
Clerk:Of course. ___58___?
Brown: Room 423.
Clerk: OK,we will call you then.___59___?
Brown: Yes. I need a taxi for 7 a.m. Could you do me a favor?
Clerk: No problem. ___60___?
Brown : Yes , thanks for your help.
Clerk: lt’s my pleasure.
A.How can I help you
B.Where do you live
C.Can you arrange a wake-up call at 6 a. m.
D.Is that all
E.What else can I help you with
F.Have you finished
G.Who is that
H.What is your room number
Directions:For this part,you are supposed to write an e-mail in about 100-120 words based on the following situation. Remember to write it clearly.
你（Li Yuan）下周一因為要去參加演講比賽，不能上外教（Prof. Smith）的寫作課。請給他寫一封e-mail，內容包括：