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篇一:广东省华南师范大学附属中学2015-2016学年高一12月月考英语试题

华附2015-2016学年第一学期 月考试卷

一年级 英语

(本试卷满分150分。考试时间120分钟。 注意:必须在答题卡相应位置上作答方可得分) 第一部分 听写

PART B: Role Play 角色扮演(满分每小题一分,满分8分)

In this part, you are required to act as a role and complete three communicative tasks: listen to the conversation, ask three questions and then answer five questions. 角色:你是视频中的Mary。

任务:(1)向视频中的Mike提问;(2)根据谈话内容回答问题。

1. Please get ready to ask three questions according to the following Chinese tips 提示词:preschool幼儿园;creativity创造性; zither(kucheng)古筝;

stress强调;harmony和谐

问题1:(中文提示: 艺术对中国学生来说重要吗?)

Q: __________________________________________________________________________ 问题2:(中文提示:什么艺术在中国最流行?)

Q: __________________________________________________________________________ 问题3:(中文提示:在中国周末有艺术课的培训班吗?)

Q: __________________________________________________________________________

2. Please get ready to answer five questions in English.

问题1:现在请准备回答第一个问题。

A:__________________________________________________________________________ 问题2:现在请准备回答第二个问题。

A:__________________________________________________________________________ 问题3:现在请准备回答第三个问题。

A:__________________________________________________________________________ 问题4:现在请准备回答第四个问题。

A:__________________________________________________________________________ 问题5:现在请准备回答第五个问题。

A:__________________________________________________________________________ PART C: Retelling 故事复述(满分7分)

In this part, you are required to listen to a monologue, and then retell it based on what you have heard.

故事概要:张世军是一个助人为乐的人,为此他成为了08年的奥运火炬手,有一天他从河里成功救出了几个男孩。

关键词:ordinary平凡的,普通的; select(挑选,选择); Olympic torch bearer(奥运火炬手);

pass by(经过);upper reaches (上游河段); struggle (挣扎)

________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________

第二部分 阅读理解 (共两节,满分30分)

第一节 (共10小题;每小题2分,满分20分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Once upon a time, there was a beautiful bird, which was very curious about Hell. When she was little, her mother always told her that if she didn’t master the flying skills, she would go to Hell. She was so curious about Hell that she always asked others what Hell looked like, but no one was sure, because none of them had ever been there. Some said Hell was a place full of water, and others told her that Hell was full of burning fire. However, the bird knew they were lying. She wanted to find out what Hell was.

When other birds were learning flying skills, she always hid herself and watched them. She thought in this way she could go to Hell and see what Hell looked like. However, she spent so little time learning flying skills that one day she was caught by a little boy. The little boy gave her to his grandpa in the countryside as a gift. The old man liked her very much. He made a delicate cage and put her in it. The bird was very worried because she thought she couldn’t find out what Hell was like staying in this small cage. However, she couldn’t escape. Day after day,

she just stayed in the cage, watching other birds flying. She lost her freedom and she became sadder and sadder. At last, she became ill. The old man finally opened the cage, but she was too weak to fly. Lying on the ground, she thought of the question that she ever asked all the time.

“What does Hell look like?”

“Hell is a small well-decorated cage.” Before she closed her eyes forever, she finally answered that question herself.

1. What does the underlined word “master” in the first paragraph mean?

A. Miss. B. Finish. C. Follow. D. Learn well.

2. Why did the bird hide herself when other birds were learning flying skills?

A. Because she was lazy.

B. Because she didn’t like learning flying skills.

C. Because she thought she could go to Hell by doing this.

D. Because she thought it was of no use to learn flying skills.

3.. According to the passage, the bird at last found out that .

A. Hell was a place full of water

B. Hell was full of burning fire

C. there was no Hell

D. Hell was a small well-decorated cage

B

If the Olympic Games are a history of mankind, wrestling (摔跤) is the prologue (序幕). When the ancient Games of the Olympiad were born, wrestling was already an ancient game. Widely recognized as the world’s oldest competitive sport, wrestling appeared in a series of Egyptian wall paintings as early as 5,000 years ago. When the ancient Olympic Games began in 776 BC, more than two thousand years later, it included wrestling and in the years that followed, wrestling featured as the main event.

The sport would return in a similar role when the Olympic Games returned after a 1,500-year absence in 1896. Organizers, seeking direct links to ancient times, found wrestling was very popular across much of the ancient world, from Greece, Assyria

and Babylon to India, China and Japan. Greco-Roman wrestling, a style which was believed to be passed down from the Greek and Roman wrestlers of old was brought back into use.

In Greco-Roman wrestling, the wrestlers used only their arms and upper bodies to attack. They could hold only those same parts of their opponents (对手). It worked nicely from a historical attitude, but another cheerful and relaxing style was sweeping across Great Britain and the United States by then. Known as “catch as catch can”, it had become popular at fairs and festivals in both countries.

In 1904, the Olympic Games added the second wrestling event and called it “freestyle”. Now, wrestlers could use their legs for pushing, lifting and tripping, and they could hold opponents above or below the waist.

4. The first ancient Games of the Olympiad were held almost ________ years ago.

A. 776 B. 1,500 C. 3,000 D. 5,000

5. Why was Greco-Roman wrestling brought back into use in 1896 when the Olympic Games returned?

A. Organizers wanted to find direct links to ancient times.

B. Wrestling was very popular across much of the ancient world.

C. People believed it was passed down from the Greek and Roman wrestlers of old.

D. All the above.

6. Concerning wrestling, which of the following is WRONG?

A. Wrestling has a longer history than the ancient Olympic Games.

B. In Greco-Roman wrestling, wrestlers can only use their arms and upper bodies to attack.

C. In 1904, another kind of wrestling took the place of Greco-Roman wrestling.

D. In Olympic Games, wrestlers can hold opponents above or below the waist now.

C

One of the greatest runners of the 20th Century, Emil Zátopek reigned long-distance running from 1948 until 1954 when he won a remarkable 38 consecutive (连续的) 10,000-meter races. He set 18 world records over various distances including every

record from 5K to 30K, and won four Olympic gold medals and one silver.

Emil Zátopek was born in Koprivnice, Czechoslovakia on September 19, 1922. At age 16 he began working at the Bata shoe factory in Ziln. In 1940 Bata sponsored (赞助) a 1,500 m race, and he was persuaded to enter even though he had no training. It turned out that Emil finished second and he began to take a serious interest in the sport.

Emil made his Olympic debut (初次上场) at the 1948 London Games. Though with little international racing experience, he won the 10,000 and was second in the 5,000.

Emil married Dana Ingrova, fellow Czech team member shortly after the Olympics. Dana and Emil shared the same birthday, September 19th, and they married on that day in 1948.

In 1952 at the Helsinki Olympics Emil achieved the impossible. Despite a doctor’s warning that he shouldn’t compete because of a serious infection two months before, he won the 5,000 m, the 10,000 m and the marathon, all within only eight days! He set a new Olympic record in all these events, and he had never run a marathon before! On the same day as his 5,000-meter victory, his wife, Dana, won the Olympic javelin (标枪) contest.

In 1998 Emil was awarded the Order of the White Lion, a national honor presented to him by Czech President Vaclav Havel.

7. The underlined word “reigned” in the first paragraph means “_____”.

A. became fond of B. began to take part in C. received hard training forD. had a controlling position in

8. We can learn from the second paragraph that Emil _____.

A. loved long-distance racing before he workedB. trained hard for the race sponsored by his factory

C. showed his great sport talent quite by accident D. expected the good result of his first race in 1940

9. At the 1952 Olympic Games, Emil _____.

A. won four gold medals B. won the javelin contest

C. suffered a serious diseaseD. set three new Olympic records

篇二:广东省华南师范大学附属中学2015-2016学年高一12月月考英语试题

华附2015-2016学年第一学期 月考试卷

高一年级 英语

(本试卷满分150分。考试时间120分钟。 注意:必须在答题卡相应位置上作答方可得分) 第一部分 听写

PART B: Role Play 角色扮演(满分每小题一分,满分8分)

In this part, you are required to act as a role and complete three communicative tasks: listen to the conversation, ask three questions and then answer five questions. 角色:你是视频中的Mary。

任务:(1)向视频中的Mike提问;(2)根据谈话内容回答问题。

1. Please get ready to ask three questions according to the following Chinese tips 提示词:preschool幼儿园;creativity创造性; zither(kucheng)古筝;

stress强调;harmony和谐

问题1:(中文提示: 艺术对中国学生来说重要吗?)

Q: __________________________________________________________________________ 问题2:(中文提示:什么艺术在中国最流行?)

Q: __________________________________________________________________________ 问题3:(中文提示:在中国周末有艺术课的培训班吗?)

Q: __________________________________________________________________________

2. Please get ready to answer five questions in English.

问题1:现在请准备回答第一个问题。

A:__________________________________________________________________________ 问题2:现在请准备回答第二个问题。

A:__________________________________________________________________________ 问题3:现在请准备回答第三个问题。

A:__________________________________________________________________________ 问题4:现在请准备回答第四个问题。

A:__________________________________________________________________________ 问题5:现在请准备回答第五个问题。

A:__________________________________________________________________________ PART C: Retelling 故事复述(满分7分)

In this part, you are required to listen to a monologue, and then retell it based on what you have heard.

故事概要:张世军是一个助人为乐的人,为此他成为了08年的奥运火炬手,有一天他从河里成功救出了几个男孩。

关键词:ordinary平凡的,普通的; select(挑选,选择); Olympic torch bearer(奥运火炬手);

pass by(经过);upper reaches (上游河段); struggle (挣扎)

________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________

第二部分 阅读理解 (共两节,满分30分)

第一节 (共10小题;每小题2分,满分20分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A

Once upon a time, there was a beautiful bird, which was very curious about Hell. When she was little, her mother always told her that if she didn’t master the flying skills, she would go to Hell. She was so curious about Hell that she always asked others what Hell looked like, but no one was sure, because none of them had ever been there. Some said Hell was a place full of water, and others told her that Hell was full of burning fire. However, the bird knew they were lying. She wanted to find out what Hell was.

When other birds were learning flying skills, she always hid herself and watched them. She thought in this way she could go to Hell and see what Hell looked like. However, she spent so little time learning flying skills that one day she was caught by a little boy. The little boy gave her to his grandpa in the countryside as a gift. The old man liked her very much. He made a delicate cage and put her in it. The bird was very worried because she thought she couldn’t find out what Hell was like staying in this small cage. However, she couldn’t escape. Day after day,

she just stayed in the cage, watching other birds flying. She lost her freedom and she became sadder and sadder. At last, she became ill. The old man finally opened the cage, but she was too weak to fly. Lying on the ground, she thought of the question that she ever asked all the time.

“What does Hell look like?”

“Hell is a small well-decorated cage.” Before she closed her eyes forever, she finally answered that question herself.

1. What does the underlined word “master” in the first paragraph mean?

A. Miss. B. Finish. C. Follow. D. Learn well.

2. Why did the bird hide herself when other birds were learning flying skills?

A. Because she was lazy.

B. Because she didn’t like learning flying skills.

C. Because she thought she could go to Hell by doing this.

D. Because she thought it was of no use to learn flying skills.

3.. According to the passage, the bird at last found out that .

A. Hell was a place full of water

B. Hell was full of burning fire

C. there was no Hell

D. Hell was a small well-decorated cage

B

If the Olympic Games are a history of mankind, wrestling (摔跤) is the prologue (序幕). When the ancient Games of the Olympiad were born, wrestling was already an ancient game. Widely recognized as the world’s oldest competitive sport, wrestling appeared in a series of Egyptian wall paintings as early as 5,000 years ago. When the ancient Olympic Games began in 776 BC, more than two thousand years later, it included wrestling and in the years that followed, wrestling featured as the main event.

The sport would return in a similar role when the Olympic Games returned after a 1,500-year absence in 1896. Organizers, seeking direct links to ancient times, found wrestling was very popular across much of the ancient world, from Greece, Assyria

and Babylon to India, China and Japan. Greco-Roman wrestling, a style which was believed to be passed down from the Greek and Roman wrestlers of old was brought back into use.

In Greco-Roman wrestling, the wrestlers used only their arms and upper bodies to attack. They could hold only those same parts of their opponents (对手). It worked nicely from a historical attitude, but another cheerful and relaxing style was sweeping across Great Britain and the United States by then. Known as “catch as catch can”, it had become popular at fairs and festivals in both countries.

In 1904, the Olympic Games added the second wrestling event and called it “freestyle”. Now, wrestlers could use their legs for pushing, lifting and tripping, and they could hold opponents above or below the waist.

4. The first ancient Games of the Olympiad were held almost ________ years ago.

A. 776 B. 1,500 C. 3,000 D. 5,000

5. Why was Greco-Roman wrestling brought back into use in 1896 when the Olympic Games returned?

A. Organizers wanted to find direct links to ancient times.

B. Wrestling was very popular across much of the ancient world.

C. People believed it was passed down from the Greek and Roman wrestlers of old.

D. All the above.

6. Concerning wrestling, which of the following is WRONG?

A. Wrestling has a longer history than the ancient Olympic Games.

B. In Greco-Roman wrestling, wrestlers can only use their arms and upper bodies to attack.

C. In 1904, another kind of wrestling took the place of Greco-Roman wrestling.

D. In Olympic Games, wrestlers can hold opponents above or below the waist now.

C

One of the greatest runners of the 20th Century, Emil Zátopek reigned long-distance running from 1948 until 1954 when he won a remarkable 38 consecutive (连续的) 10,000-meter races. He set 18 world records over various distances including every

record from 5K to 30K, and won four Olympic gold medals and one silver.

Emil Zátopek was born in Koprivnice, Czechoslovakia on September 19, 1922. At age 16 he began working at the Bata shoe factory in Ziln. In 1940 Bata sponsored (赞助) a 1,500 m race, and he was persuaded to enter even though he had no training. It turned out that Emil finished second and he began to take a serious interest in the sport.

Emil made his Olympic debut (初次上场) at the 1948 London Games. Though with little international racing experience, he won the 10,000 and was second in the 5,000.

Emil married Dana Ingrova, fellow Czech team member shortly after the Olympics. Dana and Emil shared the same birthday, September 19th, and they married on that day in 1948.

In 1952 at the Helsinki Olympics Emil achieved the impossible. Despite a doctor’s warning that he shouldn’t compete because of a serious infection two months before, he won the 5,000 m, the 10,000 m and the marathon, all within only eight days! He set a new Olympic record in all these events, and he had never run a marathon before! On the same day as his 5,000-meter victory, his wife, Dana, won the Olympic javelin (标枪) contest.

In 1998 Emil was awarded the Order of the White Lion, a national honor presented to him by Czech President Vaclav Havel.

7. The underlined word “reigned” in the first paragraph means “_____”.

A. became fond of B. began to take part in C. received hard training forD. had a controlling position in

8. We can learn from the second paragraph that Emil _____.

A. loved long-distance racing before he workedB. trained hard for the race sponsored by his factory

C. showed his great sport talent quite by accident D. expected the good result of his first race in 1940

9. At the 1952 Olympic Games, Emil _____.

A. won four gold medals B. won the javelin contest

C. suffered a serious diseaseD. set three new Olympic records

篇三:2016年重点高中招生考试英语模拟(华师一附)

华中师大一附中2016年高中招生考试

英语部分(75分)

一、 完形填空。(本题共20小题;每小题1.5分,共30分)

In the depths of my memory, many things I did with my father still live. These things have and love.

I don’t remember my father ever getting into a swimming pool. But he didAny kind of ride seemed to give him pleasure. he loved to fish; sometimes he took me along.

the water, moving through it, it all around me. I was not a strong , or one who learned . But I loved being in the swimming pool close to my father’s come by on a break. I needed him to see what I could do. My father would stand there in his suit, the person not in swimsuit.

desk, where he let me anything I found in his top desk drawer. Sometimes, if I was left he worked in the lab, an assistant or a student might come in and tell me perhaps I shouldn’t be playing with his and said easily, “Oh, no, it’s .” Sometimes he handed me coins and told me to get an ice cream.

A poet once said, “We look at life once, in childhood; the rest isnot only what we “look at once, in childhood” that determines our memories, but, in that childhood, looks at us.

()1.A. desire B. joy C. angerD. worry

()2.A. avoid B. refuseC. praiseD. love

()3.A. boatB. bus C. train D. bike

()4.A. ButB. Then C. And D. Still

()5.A. on B. off C. by D. in

()6.A. having B. leavingC. making D. getting

()7.A. swimmer B. riderC. walker D. runner

()8.A. hopes B. faiths C. rightsD. fears

()9.A. spendingB. saving C. wastingD. ruining

()10.A. should B. would C. had toD. ought to

()11.A. next B. onlyC. other D. last

()12.A. away fromB. out of C. by D. inside

()13.A. put upB. break downC. play withD. work out

()14.A. the moment B. the first time C. while D. before

()15.A. fishing net B. office things C. wooden chairD. lab equipment ()16. A. stood up B. set out C. showed up D. turned out

()17. A. fine B. strangeC. terrible D. Funny

()18. A. the studentB. the assistant C. myselfD. himself

()19. A. memory B. wealthC. experience D. practice

()20. A. which B. who C. what D. whose

二、阅读理解(共10小题;每小题3分,共30分)

A

Oliver Twist was born in a workhouse, and when he arrived in this hard world, it was very doubtful whether he would live beyond the first three minutes. He lay on a hard little bed and struggled to start breathing.

Oliver fought his first battle without much assistance from the two people present at his birth. One was an old woman, who was nearly always drunk, and the other was a busy local doctor, who was not paid enough to be very interested in Oliver’s survival. ____________________

However, Oliver managed to draw his first breath, and then announced his arrival to the rest of the workhouse by crying loudly. His mother raised her pale young face from the pillow and whispered, “Let me see the child, and die.”

The doctor turned away from the fire, where he had been warming his hands. “You must not talk about dying yet,” he said to her kindly. He gave her the child to hold. Lovingly, she kissed the baby on its forehead with her cold white lips, then stared wildly around the room, fell back—and died. “Poor dear!” said the nurse, hurriedly putting a green glass bottle back in the pocket of her long skirt.

The doctor began to put on his coat. “The baby is weak and will probably have difficulties,” he said. “If so, give it a little milk to keep it quiet.” Then he looked at the dead woman. “The mother was a good-looking girl. Where did she come from?”

“She was brought here last night,” replied the old woman. “She was found lying in the street. She’d walked some distance, judging by her shoes, which were worn to pieces. Where she came from, where she was going to, or what her name was, nobody knows.”

The doctor lifted the girl’s left hand. “The old story,” he said sadly, shaking his head. “No wedding ring, I see. Ah! Good night.”

And so Oliver was left with only the drunken nurse. Without clothes, under his first blanket, he could have been the child of a king or a beggar. But when the woman dressed him later in rough cotton clothes, yellow with age, he looked exactly what he was—an orphan in a workhouse, ready for a life of misery, hunger, and neglect.

Oliver cried loudly. If he could have known that he was a workhouse orphan, perhaps he would have cried even more loudly.

There was no one to look after the baby in the workhouse, so Oliver was sent to a special “baby farm” nearby. There, he and thirty other children rolled around the floor all day, without the inconvenience of too much food or too much clothing. Mrs Mann, the old woman who “looked after” them, was very experienced. She knew what was good for children, and a full stomach was very dangerous to their health. She also knew what was good for herself, so she kept for her own use the money that she was given for the children’s food. The board responsible for the orphans sometimes checked on the health of the children, but they always sent the beadle, a kind of local policeman, to announce their visit the day before. So whenever the board arrived, of course, the children were always neat and clean.

This was the way Oliver was brought up. Consequently, at the age of nine he was a pale, thin child and short for his age. But despite frequent beatings by Mrs Mann, his spirit was strong, which was probably the reason why he managed to reach the age of nine at all.

On Oliver’s ninth birthday, Mr Bumble, the beadle, came to the house to see Mrs Mann. Through the front window Mrs Mann saw him at the gate, and turned quickly to the girl who worked with her.

“Quick! Take Oliver and those others upstairs to be washed!” she said. Then she ran out to unlock the gate which was always kept locked.

()21. According to the passage, a workhouse was where ________.

A. many women died unexpectedly B. workers helped each other

C. the poor and homeless lived D. people were only interested in money ()22. Which of the following is true according to the passage?

A. Oliver was born into the world on a cold day.

B. Many people, especially women, drank heavily at that time.

C. The children in the baby farm were taken good care of.

D. Doctors were usually paid too little for the work they did.

()23. Which sentence is most suitable for the blank in Paragraph 2?

A. Therefore, he felt very lonely in the world.

B. Frightened at the sight of the two, he started to cry.

C. After all, death was a common event in the workhouse.

D. In fact, the world was privileged to have him in it.

()24. It can be inferred that the gate of the baby farm was always kept locked in order to ________.

A. protect the children inside from dangers outside

B. ensure the children were always neat and clean

C. keep the children inside working all the time

D. prevent official visitors walking in unexpectedly

()25. What is the passage mainly about?

A. Oliver’s early life.B. Oliver’s personality.

C. Mother’s death. D. People’s selfishness.

As you move around your home, take a good look at the things you have. It is likely that your living room will have a television set and a video, and your kitchen a washing machine and a microwave oven. Your bedroom drawers will be filled with almost three times as many clothes as you need. You almost certainly own a car and possibly a home computer, holiday abroad at least once a year and eat out at least once a week.

Now, perhaps, more than ever before, people are wondering what life is all about, and what it is for. Seeking material success is beginning to trouble large numbers of people around the world. They feel that the long hours work culture to make more money is eating up their lives, leaving them very little time or energy for family or pastimes. Many are turning to other ways of living last year.

One couple who downshifted is Daniel and Liz. They used to work in central London. He was a newspaper reporter and she used to work for an international bank. They would go to work by train every day from their large house in the suburbs, leaving their two children with a nanny. Most evenings Daniel wouldn’t get home until eight or nine o’clock and nearly twice a month he would have to fly to New York for meetings. They both earned a large amount of money but began to feel that life was passing them by.

Nowadays, they run a farm in the mountains of Wales. “I always wanted to have a farm then,” says Daniel, “and we took almost a year to make the decision to downshift. It’s taken some time

getting used to, but it’s been worth it. We have to think twice now about spending money on car repairs and we no longer have any holidays. However, I think it’s made us stronger as a family, and the children are a lot happier.

Liz, however, is not quite sure. “I used to enjoy my job, even though it was hard work and long hours. I’m not really a country girl, but I suppose I’m gradually getting used to looking after the animals. One thing I do like, though, is being able to see more of my children. My advice for other people wanting to do the same is not to think about it too much or you might not do it at all.” ()26. The passage tells us that .

A. people seldom work long hours to make money

B. people hardly buy more things than necessary

C. people are sure everything they own is in the right place

D. people realize there is more to life than just making money

()27. When Daniel was a reporter he .

A. was well paid B. disliked his job

C. missed his children D. lived in central London

()28. Daniel and Liz both agree that the move to the farm .

A. was easy to organizeB. has improved family life

C. was extremely expensiveD. has been a total success

()29. What does the author mean by saying “the long hours work culture to make more

money is eating up their lives” in the second paragraph?

A. People work long hours to earn their living.

B. To make more money through hard work is the aim of people’s life.

C. People spent too much time and money eating meals.

D. Long hours of hard work occupy too much of people’s life.

()30. The underlined word “dow(来自:WwW.hn1C.Com 唯 才 教育 网:华南师范大学附属初级中学招生考试英语卷2016)nshifting” in the second paragraph refers to _______.

A. repairing your car by yourself

B. spending money carefully

C. moving out to the countryside to live a simpler and better life

D. living in a big house in the suburbs but working somewhere else

三、阅读理解填词。(本题共10小题;每小题1.5分,共15分)

Suppose you find a bright yellow bike on a street corner in the city.You hop on it and ride

away.But wait-isn’t this s fine with the city.

You can find h 33 of free yellow bikes in some U.S.cities.The idea began in Portland, Oregon, in 1994.People saw a need for transportation, and they wanted to helppollution.Bike Project.

The public bike are p37 bright yellow and placed throughout the city.People can hop on a yellow bike and ride to work to school, or to run errands.There have been times when bikes have been stolen, but most people obey the . What would be the point of stealing something that’s already free?

Portland’s idea quickly became popular.Within two years of its start s 40programs were set up in cities in six other states.

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