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1. What does the man prefer to do on Sundays?
A. Go shopping. B. Go swimming. C. Do some reading.
2. Where is Jimmy now?
A. In the lab. B. At home. C. In a hotel.
3. When will the woman call the man?
A. This morning. B. This afternoon. C. Tomorrow.
4. Why was the woman so late?
A. She didn’t catch the bus.
B. She took someone to hospital.
C. Something went wrong with the bus.
5. Who will decide the place to go?
A. Mike. B. Tom. C. Harry.
6. What’s the relationship between the two speakers?
A. Dad and daughter. B. Brother and sister. C. Teacher and student.
7. What did the girl eat for lunch?
A. A sandwich and chips.
B. A burger, salad and water.
C. A piece of bread and some juice.
8. What’s Simon’s problem?
A. He doesn’t like teaching difficult classes.
B. He has some lazy students in his class.
C. He feels lazy when he teaches his students.
9. What does Simon expect his students to do?
A. Always do their homework.
B. Listen carefully to each other.
C. Listen carefully and work hard.
10. What does Simon decide to do?
A. Speak to the headmistress.
B. Write to the students’ parents.
C. Speak to the students’ parents.
11. Which two countries will have a football game tonight?
A. Brazil and Japan. B. Brazil and England. C. China and England.
12. What is the man busy with recently?
A. His driving test. B. His final exam. C. His basketball training.
13. When will the game start?
A. At 1 a.m. B. At 1 p.m. C. At 11 p.m.
14. What is the woman?
A. A teacher. B. A tourist. C. A translator.
15. How was the man’s trip?
A. Exciting. B. Interesting. C. Tiring.
16. What did the woman come here for?
A. To help others.
B. To see her sister off.
C. To pick someone up.
17. What is the writer’s house made of?
A. Earth. B. Stone. C. Wood.
18. In which season life is more lively on the island?
A. Spring. B. Summer. C. Autumn.
19. How do secondary school students go to school?
A. By bus. B. By bike. C. By boat.
20. What do old people do when they can’t live alone?
A. Move away.
B. Talk with the tourists.
C. Go to the old people’s house.
Last week my youngest son and I visited my father at his new home in Tucson, Arizona. He moved there a few years ago, and I was eager to see his new place and meet his friends.
My earliest memories of my father are of a tall, handsome successful man devoted to his work and family, but uncomfortable with his children. As a child I loved him; as a school girl and young adult I feared him and felt bitter about him. He seemed unhappy with me unless I got straight A’s and unhappy with my boyfriends if their fathers were not as “successful” as he was. Whenever I went out with him on weekends, I used to struggle to think up things to say, feeling on guard.
On the first day of my visit, we went out with one of my father’s friends for lunch at an outdoor cafe. We walked along that afternoon, did some shopping, ate on the street table, and laughed over my son’s funny facial expressions. Gone was my father’s critical air and strict rules. Who was this person I knew as my father, who seemed so friendly and interesting be around? What had held him back before?
The next day my dad pulled out his childhood pictures and told me quite a few stories about his own childhood. Although our times together became easier over the years, I never felt closer to him at that moment. After so many years, I’m at last seeing another side of my father. And in so doing, I’m delighted with my new friend. My dad, in his new home in Arizona, is back to me from where he was.:]
21. Why did the author feel bitter about her father when she was a young adult?
A. He was silent most of the time. B. He expected too much of her.
C. He did not love his children. D. He was too proud of himself.
22. When the author went out with her father on weekends, she would feel ______.
A. tired B. sorry C. nervous D. safe
23. What does the author think of her father after her visit to Tucson?
A. More critical. B. More talkative.
C. Gentle and friendly. D. Strict and hard-working.
If you’d like to go sightseeing, the following World Heritage Sites may be your best choices.
Jiuzhaigou Valley Scenic and Historic Interest Area
The Jiuzhaigou Valley, which lies in the northern part of Sichuan Province, reaches a height of more than 4,800 meters, with a series of different forest ecosystems (生态系统). There you can enjoy watching excellent waterfalls. Some 140 kinds of birds also live in the valley, as well as a number of endangered plants and animals, the giant panda included.
For more information, please visit http: // whc, unesco, org// en/ list/637.
Khaml Ruins National Monument
The city of Khami, which developed after the capital of Great Zimbabwe had been given up in the mid-16th century, is of great archaeological (考古的) interest. The discovery of objects from Europe and China shows that Khami was a major centre for trade over a long period of time.
For more information, please visit http:// whc, unesco, org/ en/ list/365.
Henderson Island, which lies in the eastern South Pacific, is one of the few atolls (环礁) in the world whose ecology has not been touched by human beings. It is especially famous for the ten plants and four land birds that can only be seen on the island.
For more information, please visit http:// whc.unesco.org/ en/list/487.
The Old City of Jerusalem
As a holy city for three different religions in the Middle East, Jerusalem has always been of great religious (宗教的) importance. It was given a World Heritage Status in 1981 and placed on the “List of World Heritage in Danger” the following year.
For more information, please visit http:// whc. unesco.org/ en/list/148.
24. What can we know about the Jiuzhaigou Valley?
A. It has different forest ecosystems.
B. It sits at the foot of a 4,800-meter high mountain.
C. In all about 140 kinds of birds and animals live there.
D. Most of China’s endangered plants can be found there.
25. The discovery of some of the objects in Khami shows that the city _____.
A. had a very short history B. was ruined in the mid-16th century
C. was once Great Zimbabwe’s largest city D. once played a great role as a trade center
26. What can be learned about Henderson Island from the passage?
A. It hasn’t been greatly influenced by human activities.
B. It isn’t suitable for humans to live on.
C. It has been open to visitors for years.
D. It is made up of a few large atolls.
27. If you are interested in religion, you should visit ______.
A. http:// whc. unesco.org/ en/ list/365 B. http:// whc. unesco.org/ en/ list/148
C. http:// whc. unesco.org/ en/ list/487 D. http:// whc. unesco.org/ en/ list/637
Mark Twain was a great writer. He was from the USA. He was born in 1835. He was also a famous speaker. He was famous for his sense of humour. Many people liked to listen to him talk because he liked to tell some interesting stories to make people laugh all the time.
One day Mark Twain was going to a small town because of his writing. Before he was going to leave, one of his friends said to him that there were always a lot of mosquitoes in the town and told him that he’d better not go there. Mark Twain waved his hand and said, “It doesn’t matter. The mosquitoes are no relatives of mine. I don’t think they will come to visit me.”
After he arrived at the town, Mark Twain stayed in a small hotel near the station. He went into his room, but when he was just about to have a rest, quite a few mosquitoes flew about him. The waiters felt very sorry about that. “I’m very sorry, Mr. Mark Twain. There are too many mosquitoes in our town.” One of them said to him.
Mark Twain, however, made a joke, saying to the waiter, “The mosquitoes are very clever. They know my room number. They didn’t come into the wrong room.” What he said made all the people present laugh heartily.
But that night Mark Twain slept well. Do you know why? That was because all the waiters in the hotel were driving the mosquitoes away for him during the whole night.
28. Why did Mark Twain go to the town?
A. To make a speech. B. To see one of his friends.
C. To see one of his relatives. D. To do something for his writing.
29. Why did the waiters feel sorry?
A. Their hotel was too small.
B. The room was not very clean.
C. They did something wrong to Mark Twain.
D. There were quite a few mosquitoes in the room.
30. All the people present laughed heartily because _____.
A. Mark Twain made a joke
B. Mark Twain gave the waiters some nice presents
C. the mosquitoes didn’t come into the wrong room
D. the mosquitoes knew Mark Twain’s room number
31. Which of the following is true according to the text?
A. Mark Twain didn’t have a good rest that night.
B. No mosquitoes troubled Mark Twain in the night.
C. There were not mosquitoes in the hotel any longer.
D. The owner of the hotel looked after Mark Twain well at night.
It seems that people are gradually losing their smartness as smartphones become increasingly important assistants in their lives. As we rely too much on technology instead of our brains, many people have lost three basic abilities.
The first skill many people have lost is remembering phone numbers. Because phone numbers are stored in smartphone contacts, there’s now no need to dial a number or look at it again. This is fine until you need to call someone for help, only to find your phone is not around.
And some people may also have lost their sense of direction because some apps can guide people anywhere they want. People get so dependent on them that when they can’t use their smartphones, they get lost and anxious.
But the worst lost skills may be social ones, meaning that some people are becoming socially inept (无能的). People often bury themselves in their smartphones. As we’re too absent-minded by what’s happening in the virtual (虚拟的) some of us have lost conversational skills and sometimes can’t even tell whether a person is happy or not.
Last August, researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, studied 51 students aged 11 and 12 who had over five hours’ screen time every day. Their task was to tell the emotions of 48 pictures of faces that were happy, sad, angry or scared.
The children made an average of 14.02 mistakes at the beginning. But after a five-day camp without electronic (电子的) products, they made only 9.41 mistakes on average.
Luckily, people still have a chance to get these abilities back. You should try to keep your parents’ numbers in mind for emergencies. You should also pay more attention to street signs and stores, which will help you to draw a mind map and stop you from getting lost. And the easiest solution to social skill loss is to take a break from electronic products.
32. The underlined sentence in the second paragraph implies that ______.
A. you are able to turn to others for help
B. others are able to call you anytime and anywhere
C. others are unable to get in touch with you by smartphone
D. you are unable to contact others without your smartphone
33. The experiment shows that without electronic products, one could ______.
A. recognize more facial expressions correctly
B. lose the sense of direction frequently
C. tell different emotions immediately
D. tell more pictures of faces easily
34. Overusing smartphones, people will probably ______
A. have no sense of numbers B. fail to find their destination
C. lose face-to-face communication skills D. weaken their senses of hearing and sight
35. What’s the writer’s attitude towards electronic products?
A. Objective. B. Critical. C. Supportive. D. Optimistic.
A good book can be satisfying. If reading is a habit you’d like to get into, there are some ways to develop it.
☆Realize that reading is enjoyable if you have a good book. If you have a difficult book and you are forcing yourself through it, it will seem like a task. 36
☆Set time. You should have some time during every day when you’ll read for at least 5 to 10 minutes. 37 For example, make it a habit to read during breakfast and lunch and even dinner if you eat alone.
☆Always carry a book. 38 When I leave the house, I always make sure to have my car keys and one book at hand. The book stays with me in the car, and I take it into the office and pretty much everywhere I go.
☆ 39 Find a place in your home where you can sit in a comfortable chair. Do not lie down unless you’re going to sleep. There should be no television or computer near the chair, and no music or noisy family members or roommates. If you don’t have a place like this, create one.
☆Reduce television or the Internet. If you really want to read more, try cutting back on time on TV or the Internet. 40 Still, every minute you reduce of the Internet or TV, you could use for reading. This could create hours of book reading time.
A. Go to bookstores.
B. Find a quiet place.
C. This may be difficult for some people.
D. Wherever you go, take a book with you.
E. Have some good tea or coffee while you read.
F. It means you will read no matter how busy you are.
G. If this happens, give up the book and find another one that you’ll really love.
Accept life as it is. I learned how to do it from my father. 41 , he did not teach me acceptance when he was strong and healthy, but rather when he was 42 and ill.
My father was 43 a strong man who loved being active, but a terrible illness
44 all that away. Now he can no longer walk, and he must sit quietly in a chair all day. Even talking is 45 . One night, I went to visit him with my sisters. We started
46 about life, and I told them about one of my 47 . I said that we must very often give things up 48 we grow – our youth, our beauty, our friends – but it always
49 that after we give something up, we gain something new in its place. Then suddenly my father 50 up. He said, “But, Peter, I gave up 51 ! What did I gain?” I thought and thought, but I couldn’t think of anything to say. 52 , he answered his own question: “I
53 the love of my family,” I looked at my sisters and saw tears in their eyes, along with hope and thankfulness.
I was also 54 by his words. After that, when I began to feel irritated (愤怒的) at someone, I 55 remember his words and become 56 . If he could replace his great pain with a feeling of love for others, then I should be 57 to give up my small irritations. In this 58 , I learned the power of acceptance from my father.
Sometimes I 59 what other things I could have learned from him if I had listened more carefully when I was a boy. For now, though, I am grateful for this one 60 .
41. A. However B. Therefore C. Meanwhile D. Afterward
42. A. poor B. slow C. weak D. tired
43. A. already B. once C. still D. only
44. A. sent B. threw C. put D. took
45. A. difficult B. stressful C. hopeless D. impossible
46. A. asking B. talking C. worrying D. caring
47. A. experiences B. decisions C. beliefs D. ambitions
48. A. till B. as C. before D. since
49. A. promises B. suggests C. requires D. seems
50. A. spoke B. opened C. summed D. turned
51. A. anything B. something C. everything D. nothing
52. A. Immediately B. Surprisingly C. Naturally D. Certainly
53. A. accepted B. had C. enjoyed D. gained
54. A. attracted B. warned C. touched D. astonished
55. A. would B. should C. could D. might
56. A. quiet B. relaxed C. calm D. happy
57. A. likely B. free C. ready D. able
58. A. way B. place C. case D. form
59. A. wonder B. doubt C. guess D. know
60. A. award B. word C. reason D. gift
第 Ⅱ 卷(非选择题 共50分)
Mr. Brown had an umbrella shop in a small town. People sometimes brought him
61 (break) umbrellas, and then he took them to a big shop in London. They
62 (mend) there.
One day Mr. Brown went to London by train. He 63 (forget) to take an umbrella with him that day. Sitting in front of him was a man with an umbrella 64 (stand) beside the seat. When the train arrived 65 London, Mr. Brown picked up the umbrella as he often did during his journey by train. Just as he was getting off, he was stopped by the man. He said 66 (angry), “That’s 67 (me)!” Mr. Brown’s face turned red and he gave
68 back to the man at once.
When Mr. Brown got to the big shop, the shopkeeper had got his six 69 (umbrella) ready. After a good look at each of them, he said, “You’ve mended them very well.”
In the afternoon he got into the train again. The similar man was in the same seat. He looked at Mr. Brown and his six umbrellas, “You’ve had a 70 (luck) day,” he said.
The first time I went away from home without my parents was when I was ten. I go on a
school trip with my class to the zoo in Beijing. We left home earlier in the morning because we
had long journey. We travelled to Beijing with bus and we spent the whole day at the zoo.
I can remember see an elephant for the first time. I was very exciting! At midday, we ate out
picnic lunch in a park near the zoo. After lunch, they visited the reptile house but saw the
snakes and crocodiles. It was fantastic. At five o’clock, we got on the bus and we drove to
home. I was a little tired, but I was very happily. It was the best trip I can remember!
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Thank you for your listening.
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