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1. What did the woman see?
A. An airplane. B. A black dog C. A red house.
2. How many days did the man stay in Sweden?
A. Four. B. Five. C. Seven.
3. What does the woman say about her house?
A. It’s next to a bar.
B. It’s in the city center.
C. It’s not very comfortable inside.
4. What does the woman suggest the man do?
A. Buy a new car. B. Sell her old car. C. Get a second-hand car.
5. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In a hotel. B. On a plane. C. At a coffee shop.
6. What is the man looking forward to the most?
A. Playing games. B. Tasting the food. C. Seeing Donald Duck.
7. What does the man ask the woman to do?
A. Take a photo of him.
B. Help him find a suit.
C. Drive him to Disneyland.
8. How will the man go back to New York?
A. By car. B. By train. C. By air.
9. What will the man do the day after tomorrow?
A. Visit the factory. B. Do some shopping. C. Make an agreement.
10. What does the man order?
A. Juice and eggs. B. Milk and toast. C. Coffee and a sandwich.
11. What’s wrong with the man’s drink?
A. It is cold. B. It tastes strange. C. It has too much sugar in it.
12. What will the man probably do next?
A. Go to Starbucks. B. Use the Internet. C. Fix the microwave.
13. Why does the man think the carpet is attractive?
A. It has lovely pictures. B. It’s a good size. C. It has nice colors.
14. What does the woman think about the kitchen?
A. It’s easy to clean. B. It’s quite small. C. It is not very bright.
15. What do the speakers look at last?
A. The living room. B. The bedroom. C. The bathroom.
16. What will the woman do next?
A. Discuss with her friend.
B. Give the rent to the man.
C. See another apartment downtown.
17. When do the reading club members gather together?
A. On Wednesdays. B. On Thursdays. C. On Saturdays.
18. How long does the bicycle ride last for?
A. At least one hour. B. At least two hours. C. At least three hours.
19. Where should students go for more information?
A. To the note board.
B. To the students’ union.
C. To the school website.
20. How many clubs are mentioned in the talk?
A. Two. B. Three. C. Four.
The trouble started at 9:30 p.m. last New Year’s Eve, in Newmark. When the fire engines (消防车) arrived at the fire, a very old woman was sitting in a third floor window. The firefighters placed a ladder (梯子) against the wooden house, and 26-year-old Marcus Reddick climbed 35 feet to the third floor.
The woman, 60 years old and very fat, was sitting with both feet out of the window. When Marcus reached the top of the ladder, the woman, afraid and nervous, put her two legs around him. Suddenly Marcus fell backwards off the ladder, with the large woman sitting on him. Marcus landed first — hitting a wall beside the front stairs — and broke the woman’s fall. She fell no more, but he fell another ten feet down the stairs. When the fire officer reached him, Marcus was unconscious.
Within an hour, a doctor told the men that Marcus was nearly brain dead, and would only get worse. Doctors talked of turning off the life-saving machine and asked if the family would like to give away his heart. The answer was “yes”.
On January 6, firefighters lifted Marcus’ coffin (棺材) — covered with an American flag — onto a yellow fire engine. Hundreds of firefighters from all over the state joined the procession (行列) through Newmark streets. Children watched silently from school windows. The day Marcus died, his heart was given away to a young girl. His family said that it was the second life Marcus had saved.
21. After reaching the top of the ladder, Marcus _____.
A. was very afraid and nervous B. couldn’t see anything clearly
C. found it difficult to get down D. was knocked off and got hurt
22. The underlined word “unconscious” in Paragraph 2 means “_____”.
A. homeless B. senseless C. breathless D. helpless
23. We can infer from the end of the text that Marcus’ family might feel _____.
A. sad but proud B. shy but excited
C. angry and doubtful D. worried and surprised
The British are known for their sense of humor. However, it is often difficult for foreigners to understand their jokes. The main point to remember is that the British often use understatement.
Understatement means saying less than you think or feel. For example, if someone gets very wet in a shower of rain, he might say, “Its a little damp (潮湿的) outside.” Or, if someone is very impolite and shouts at another person, someone else might say, “She isn’t exactly friendly.” Understatement is often used in unpleasant situation or to make another person look silly. Understatement plays an important part in British humor.
Another key to understanding British humor is that the British like to make fun of themselves as well as others. They often laugh about the silly and unpleasant things that happen to our everyday life when someone accidentally falls over in the street. They also like to make jokes about people from different classes of society. They like to make jokes about their accents, the way they dress and the way they behave. What’s more, the British love to watch comedies (喜剧) about people who do not know how to behave in society. The comedies series Mr. Bean is a good example of this kind of humor.
Mr. Bean is the character created by British actor Rowan Atkinson in 1990. Mr. Bean doesn’t talk often, and instead he uses his body movement and facial expressions to make people laugh. Perhaps what makes Mr. Bean so funny is that he does things that adults in the real world cannot do. Mr. Bean is popular in many countries around the world because you do not have to speak English to understand the humor. Because of this, many people have become familiar with the British sense of humor.
24. Why is it difficult for foreigners to understand British jokes?
A． The British often enlarge the fact.
B． British jokes are connected with many different cultures.
C． British jokes are not as funny as jokes in other countries.
D． The British try to make out that something is less important than it is.
25. Mr. Bean makes laugh by ______.
A． using his body movement and facial expressions
B． making jokes about others’ accent
C． copying how others behave
D． telling funny stories
26. What can be the best title for the text?
A． British Humor in Comedy
B． Humor in Different Cultures
C． Understanding British Humor
D． Developing Your Sense of Humor
Almost all of us have thought about, or been asked to think about, our future careers. Our answers may differ greatly. Even now your selections may have changed from when you were in primary school.
However, it seems that career options are not only based on personal taste. In a survey carried out by Teens, doctors, lawyers and bankers were some of the most popular careers that people said they hoped to follow and medicine was the top choice among UK teenagers aged between 13 and 17.
Medicine and law are two of the oldest and best known professions. Their fame may come from the fact that doctors and lawyers are some of the most admired members of society, and they make good money. Joining these highly attractive professions is often seen as a sign of upward social mobility (社会流动性).
It is equally unsurprising that banking is now one of the most common career choices. Youngsters worldwide think of banking and see the money rolling in. It is increasingly becoming one of the most important factors of a successful career. British young men list the UK business tycoon Alan Sugar, Microsoft founder Bill Gates and Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg as their top role models “for their money”, just as Chinese teenagers see being a banker as a good and fun pathway to “fortune”.
However, not every child has the makings of a doctor, lawyer or banker. There are those who see fulfillment (满足感)and happiness in other areas, and many teenagers dare to ink more individuality (个性)into their career options. A variety of unconventional (非传统的) jobs--- coffee shop owner, gourmet(美食家), waiter at a fast food restaurant--- are among teenagers’ career choices. They can be equally interesting and rewarding jobs.
With every choice comes responsibility and challenge, and all career paths require specific education and training. You have to learn to balance optimism and confidence with being realistic about your particular talents and skills.
27. According to the text, all of the followings are the benefits of being a doctor except _______.
A. high pay B. upward social mobility
C. the oldest profession D. respect from others
28. What is greatly considered in teenagers’ career choices?
A. Relationship. B. Fame.
C. Finance. D. Communication.
29. What can we learn from the last paragraph?
A. Responsibility is the most important thing when you choose a good job.
B. You should be realistic according to your particular talents and skills.
C. With specific education and training, you can get a job easily.
D. You must choose your favorite career according to your particular talents and skills.
30. Which of the following may serve as the best title of the passage?
A. A career in teenagers’ mind.
B. Teenagers dream of being doctors.
C. The choice of career needs challenge.
D. Choosing a good job is very important.
Really organized people are not born organized people. 31 , which then help them stay organized. Here are four habits they use to keep their lives in order.
Write things down. A pen and a notebook are needed to record things. 32 .You will only further make your life complex (复杂的) by trying to contain important dates and messages in your head.
Make schedules and deadlines. By leading a cluttered (杂乱的) lifestyle, you will not have the time or space to make your deadlines or achieve your goals. Organized people don’t waste time.
They recognize that keeping things organized goes hand in hand with staying productive(富有成效 的). They make and keep schedules for the day and week. They make deadlines and set goals. 33 .
Don’t put off doing what you should be doing. 34 . If you want your life to be less stressful, then take action as soon as you can. Put in effort to get things done as soon as possible.
35 . People who live organized lives only keep what they need and what they really want .Have you ever felt like you don’t have the space to keep all the things you own? Instead of buying a larger house, get rid of some.
A. Give everything a home
B. They have to develop some habits
C. Keep only what you need
D. And most importantly, they stick to them.
E. You can also use a computer or a smart phone
F. Organized people find time every week to organize their things
G. The longer you wait to do something, the more difficult it will be to get it done
It was the summer of my second year in college and I worked as a door-to-door salesman(入户推销员) for a company. My mother had just __36__ a long battle against cancer, and I __37__ to earn enough money to have a photo of her turned into a painted one to give my __38__.
What I earned depended entirely on what I __39__ and there were no guarantees(保障). Things went __40__ at first, but then I fell into great __41__. Hardly anyone was at home and those who were just weren’t buying anything __42__ me at all. What’s worse, some people were very __43__ and often closed their doors in my face impolitely.
It seemed that I had to __44__ my job, but something my father used to tell me over and over __45__ me:”Where there is a will, there is a way.” I had always repeated the __46__ and suddenly I got it.
I realized that every __47__ chance in life would stay behind closed doors. They would never open __48__ I knocked on them. I came to know that if I couldn’t keep the confidence and be __49__ to knock on more doors, I would never __50__ it. What’s more, I could probably learn more from these unpleasant __51__.
After a few months, I __52__ enough to buy the painted picture, and gave it to my dad. Now it __53__ next to another one of my dad in their house.
I’m so __54__ that my dad taught me to persist(坚持) and so grateful that I learned that an important part of character is to just keep __55__. It is surely helpful in my life.
36 .A. won B. seen C. lost D. missed
37. A. chose B. hated C. refused D. wanted
38. A. friend B. father C. brother D. grandmother
39. A. sold B. bought C. lent D. kept
40. A. slowly B. badly C. ahead D. well
41. A. hope B. power C. difficulty D. danger
42. A. on B. from C. for D. with
43. A. rude B. kind C. shy D. poor
44. A. prepare for B. pick up C. give up D. worry about
45. A. protected B. stopped C. saved D. questioned
46. A. answer B. plan C. advice D. words
47. A. meaningful B. peaceful C. painful D. cheerful
48. A. while B. unless C. though D. after
49. A. clever B. open C. kind D. brave
50. A. remember B. solve C. make D. take
51. A. experiences B. plans C. stories D. exercises
52. A. spent B. collected C. wasted D. earned
53. A. covers B. hangs C. drops D. comes
54. A. excited B. sorry C. glad D. puzzled
55. A. knocking B. flying C. standing D. changing
The Three Gorges Dam
The Three Gorges Dam is the world’s _56__________ (large) hydroelectric dam. _57______ became fully functional on 4 July, 2012. It has 32 main power generators, __58___________can produce 700 MW each, along with two smaller generators that can produce about 50 MW each. However, its _59______________ (construct) and effects have been controversial.(有争议的)
When _60___________ (work) at full capacity, the Three Gorges Dam can reduce coal consumption by 31 million tons per year, significantly reducing China’s carbon emissions and saving hundreds of thousands of lives affected by disease _61___________(cause) by smoke from coal plants. It allows ships of much greater tonnages(吨位) to navigate(航行于; 使通过) the river, which has greatly increased shipping along _62______ river and improved the transportation of goods into the interior of China.
Despite its benefits, the Three Gorges dam has had negative benefits both environmentally _63________ socially. Many landslides(山崩) _64_______________ (take) place since construction began. _65_____ addition, the dam has had serious effects on the plant and animal life surrounding it, contributing to the endangerment of many species.
I am a hardworking girl and want to be the number one in my class. But in the exams, I always make mistakes that I should have avoided. I really worry about it. What can I do to improve my performance in exams?
Dear Wang Li,
It’s good that you know what prevents you achieving satisfying scores in exams.
Many years ago, when I was fresh out of school and working in Denver, I was driving to my parents’ home in Missouri for Christmas. I stopped at a gas station(加油站) about 50 miles from Oklahoma City, where I was planning to stop and visit a friend. While I was standing in line at the cash register (收款台)，I said hello to an older couple who were also paying for gas.
I took off, but had gone only a few miles when black smoke poured from the back of my car. I stopped and wondered what I should do. A car pulled up behind me. It was the couple I had spoken to at the gas station. They said they would take me to my friend’s. We chatted on the way to the city, and when I got out of the car, the husband gave me his business card.
I wrote him and his wife a thank-you note for helping me. Soon afterward, I received a Christmas present from them. Their note that came with it said that helping me had made their holidays meaningful.
Years later, I drove to a meeting in a nearby town in the morning. In late afternoon, I returned to my car and found that I’d left the lights on all day, and the battery（电池）was dead. Then I noticed that the Friendly Ford dealership—a shop selling cars—was right next door. I walked over and found two salesmen in the showroom.
I entered the shop, and one of the salesmen came to me. ____________________________________
After a while, they quickly drove a pickup truck to my car and started it. _______________________
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阅读理解 21-23 DBA 24-26DAC 27-30 CCBA
七选五 31-35 BEDGC
完形填空 36-40 CDBAD 41-45 CBACB 46-50 DABDC 51-55 ADBCA
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Dear Wang Li,
It’s good that you know what prevents you achieving satisfying scores in exams. However, don’t put too much pressure on yourself.
Learning from the errors you’ve made is an effective way to avoid making the same mistakes next time. If you have problems you cannot solve, turn to your teacher or classmates for advice.
When you attend the exam, plan how to distribute your time according to the number of questions. Spare a few minutes to review your work in order that you can spot the silly mistakes.
I believe a good learning habit can eventually help you gain success.
W: Did you see that, Jimmy? A red airplane just flew right over our house!
M: Oh, no! I missed it! I was looking at our neighbor’s big black dog outside the window.
W: David, could you tell me something about your trip to Europe.
M: Sure. We spent four days in Scotland, five days in Sweden, and finally one week in Spain.
W: That’s really wonderful.
M: How do you like your new house?
W: It’s comfortable inside and it is far from the city center. But the sound of the bar next to my house is really annoying.
M: I can’t decide whether to buy a new car or try to find a second-hand one.
W: If you buy a new one, you’ll probably save money in the long run.
M: Thank you so much for the hot coffee. Would you give me a blanket?
W: OK, here you are. I hope you can enjoy the rest of the flight, sir.
M: Disneyland, Disneyland… I can’t remember ever being so excited about anything.
W: Honestly, every time we’re in a car going somewhere, you say that you can’t remember ever being so excited about going there.
M: But this time I really mean it. The games, the food, Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck! I’m going to see Donald Duck! How exciting!
W: Is that what you’re looking forward to the most?
M: Totally! You’re going to have to take my photo with him, OK?
W: But it’s just a guy in a suit…
W: Let’s work out the schedule for your stay here, Mr. Smith.
M: All right. I will stay here for three days, and will fly back to New York the day after tomorrow.
W: So we’ll get down to business today. We are going to visit the factory this morning, and you could have a look at our product. We’ll discuss our agreement tomorrow.
M: Yes, certainly. Hopefully we’ll come to a deal.
W: That’ll be great. The day after tomorrow I’ll take you on a tour of the city in the morning so you could do some shopping.
M: That’s fine. And I’ll leave in the afternoon.
M: I’d like a large cup of coffee and an egg-and-cheese sandwich, please.
W: Sure. Would you like us to toast your sandwich, or is it fine the way it is?
M: Toasted, please. And could you tell me what your Wi-Fi password is?
W: It’s CoffeeBeans123, but we have been having trouble with our Internet, so that might not work.
M: Oh, OK… Wait a minute… This coffee is cold. And my sandwich isn’t toasted.
W: I’m sorry, sir. This is my first day on the job. I don’t know how to work the oven.
M: Well, why don’t you just put it in the microwave, then? And could you tell me where the sugar and milk is?
W: I’m sorry, sir. The sugar is in the corner, but we ran out of milk earlier this morning.
M: You know what? Never mind. I’ll just go to Starbucks.
M: Hi. Do come in. There are two apartments. The one for rent is upstairs.
W: Thank you. I like the carpet.
M: The colors are nice, aren’t they? This apartment is kept clean and tidy. Here is your living room. You can see there are some lovely pictures on the wall.
W: Good. Where would we eat?
M: You can use your kitchen. Come and see.
W: The kitchen is quite bright but it’s very small.
M: Yes, but it’s easy to clean and it has almost everything except for a dishwasher. Let me show you the two bedrooms. This is the smaller one.
W: It’s a good size, though. Is all the furniture included?
M: Only what is fixed. You will have to provide tables, chairs, and beds.
W: That’s a lot.
M: Come into the other room. You can see the bathroom, too.
W: Yes, it’s very nice, but I will have to ask my friend first and we will come together.
Hello, everyone. I’d like to tell you something about the students club in our school. Let’s begin with the reading club. It was first started in 2008, and has 90 members now. Every Thursday afternoon, they gather together to exchange their ideas on books and make notes. And you may join them to share your views. If you are a music lover, come to the music club. This club has a total of 85 members who usually meet on Saturday. Sometimes they go to concerts together and sometimes they give performances by themselves. For those who enjoy outdoor sports, bicycle club can be a good choice. Trips are usually organized on Wednesday and last for at least two hours. You can not only see beautiful nature, but also make yourself stronger. Of course, there are also many other clubs in our school. For more information, please go to the school website.
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