例： How much is the shirt?
A．￡19.15. B．￡9.18. C．￡9.15.
(B)1. Where are the speakers?
A. On a bus. B. On a plane. C. In a car.
(C)2. What will the man do?
A. Leave his office. B. Give a lecture. C. Attend a meeting.
(B)3. How many people will go to the tennis game?
A. 2. B. 3. C. 4.
(A)4. What does the woman ask the boy to do after school?
A. Put away his schoolbag.
B. Move the kitchen table.
C. Hang up his coat.
(C)5. Why does the man want the woman to leave the software with him?
A. He wants to test the quality of the software.
B. He is not satisfied with the software.
C. He has no right to decide to buy the software.
(B)6. How long did Michael stay in China?
A. For five days. B. For one week. C. For two weeks.
(C)7. Where did Michael go last year?
A. To India. B. To Norway. C. To Russia.
(B)8. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. A baby picture of the man.
B. A little newborn girl.
C. Alice's beautiful life.
(C)9. Who is Alice?
A. She is the woman's daughter.
B. She is the man's sister.
C. She is the man's niece.
(B)10. How did the man find working here before?
A. Boring. B. Enjoyable. C. Challenging.
(A)11. What did the man use to do during long lunch breaks?
A. Exercise in the gym.
B. Go out alone.
C. Learn new skills.
(A)12. Why does the man still work here?
A. He has a good salary.
B. He can travel a lot.
C. He can work on his own.
(B)13. Where did the first Hard Rock Café open?
A. In San Francisco. B. In London. C. In Istanbul.
(C)14. What happened in 1982?
A. The café was founded.
B. The headquarters moved to Florida.
C. The chain began to expand worldwide.
(C)15. How many cafés does the chain have around the world?
A. 59. B. 171. C. 191.
(A)16. When will the speakers probably visit the café？
A. Sometime next week.
B. This weekend.
(B)17. What will the weather be like in the next three days?
A. Sunny and cool. B. Cold and windy. C. Cold and rainy.
(A)18. How will the temperature change in many regions in northwest China?
A. They will decrease.
B. They will rise.
C. They will remain the same.
(B)19. What will hit Xinjiang?
A. Gentle wind. B. Moderate snow. C. Heavy rain.
(C)20. What may people in Shanxi suffer from on Friday?
A. Sandstorm. B. Flood. C. Air pollution.
While beach vacations may be a great way to take your mind off work, people tend to forget about lakes, which can be as equally beautiful a travel destination as beach holidays. If you are looking for some peace on your vacation, we have some recommendations for you in the Caucasus.
1) Lake Van
Lake Van is the must－visit of all lakes on this list. The largest lake in Turkey, Lake Van is located on the eastern shore of Turkey and is also the most accessible lake there. It's situated at 5，380ft above sea level, and unique to lakes around the world, the water is high in salt content.
2) Lake Cildir
Lake Cildir is located in Ardahan Province, East Turkey, near the borders of Georgia and Armenia. It is the second largest freshwater lake in Eastern Turkey, and many tourists are not aware of this beautiful attraction. Lake Cildir is surrounded by mountains of the Caucasus. The lake freezes during late November. If the winter is not harsh, you can try some lake activities like ice skating and ice fishing.
3) Lake Paravani
Lake Paravani is located in the south of Georgia. This time, the elevation(海拔)gets a little higher, as this lake is located at 6，801ft above sea level. At this level, altitude sickness can occur and it is a good idea to bring medication for altitude sickness. Being a volcanic lake makes for a more interesting experience. The lake is best known for fishing.
4) Lake Seven
Lake Seven is situated in the central part of Armenia, in Gegharkunik Province. It is the largest lake in Armenia, located at 6，200ft above sea level. Along the lake shore, there are various kinds of accommodation such as resorts and hotels, with plenty of activities to take part in, such as windsurfing, swimming and sunbathing. Meanwhile, do not forget to visit one of the famous cultural monuments, the Sevanavank Monastery(修道院), and it offers a great view of the lake as well.
(D)21. If you go to Lake Cildir in early December, you________．
A. can't find comfortable accommodation because of the cold weather
B. can try lots of outdoor activities such as windsurfing and swimming
C. should take some medicine for altitude sickness
D. can try some lake activities like ice skating and ice fishing
(B)22. What is the most distinctive feature of Lake Paravani?
A. It is the second largest freshwater lake in Eastern Turkey.
B. It is a volcanic lake at a very high altitude.
C. It is the largest lake in Turkey.
D. It is surrounded by mountains of the Caucasus.
(C)23. Which of the following statements is NOT true about Lake Seven?
A. It is the largest lake in Armenia.
B. It is situated in the central part of Armenia.
C. It is located at 6，801ft above sea level.
D. The famous Sevanavank Monastery is near the lake.
One evening in 1972, my father was driving across Westminster when in the rear view mirror, he noticed a flash and pulled over, only to see a terrible explosion. A car behind him had just been involved in a terrible accident and was on fire. Without hesitation, Dad ran all the way to the scene. People were already standing around, staring, just as the flames began to reach around to the engine of the car. A little girl was screaming in the back seat, saying she couldn't get her seat belt undone. “It's hopeless，” somebody said, as everyone moved back, and some turned away.
Dad suddenly pulled the child across the seat through the flames and out of the car. Then he carried her onto the street. He turned and walked out of the fire just as the rear window of the car exploded.
Dad walked back to his car in a daze(茫然地) and drove on. By the time he returned home, everyone was already in bed, so without turning on the lights, he went to his room and lay down next to my mom. Dad said he was hurt, but Mom didn't know what he meant, and he was too tired to explain.
My mother stared in disbelief at my father's swollen, red face and arms the next morning. He had been temporarily blinded and it took several days before he could fully see. He told her the story of how the girl was saved. Since my parents are private people, they didn't feel the need to talk about what had happened to anyone outside of the family.
But that didn't keep the press away. Reports followed, identifying my father as the “Mystery Rescuer”. Dad was to receive a Headliner Award from the Orange County Chamber of Commerce.
Dad walked up to the stage to receive his award and said, “I'm not the hero.” Dad maintains to this day that the heroes there that night were those who fought when they were asked to fight, who stood behind their country, and who risked all that they had in a terrifying battle. “They weren't brave just once, but on a continuing basis, over and over again，” he said.
(C)24. What happened when the author's father was driving across Westminster?
A. The engine of his car caught fire.
B. He crashed into a car, which resulted in a terrible explosion.
C. He took a risk to save a girl trapped in a burning car.
D. He tried to help someone, but in vain.
(D)25. When the author's father arrived home，________．
A. they found his face and arms were swollen
B. the whole family was waiting for him
C. he told his wife the whole story
D. he was both tired and in pain
(A)26. Which of the following words can best describe the author's father?
A. Courageous and selfless.
B. Ambitious and sensitive.
C. Generous and respectable.
D. Humorous and honest.
(A)27. What kind of person can be called a hero, according to the author's father?
A. Someone who is brave enough to fight for his country continuously.
B. Someone who takes risks to help others in need.
C. Someone who volunteers to fight for his country.
D. Someone who loves others and passes on love.
Are you more of a Botticelli or a Van Gogh?
A new feature in the Google Arts & Culture app reveals how a picture of your face may resemble a historical painting.
The app went viral this weekend after users discovered the entertaining feature that analyzes selfies(自拍) and matches them to historical artwork. It pulls from Google's digital collection of artworks from museums around the world.
The feature rolled out to the app on iOS and Android last month. But users—even some big names such as Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, musician Pete Wentz, and actors Felicia Day and Kumail Nanjiani—shared their results on news feeds.
The app became the top downloaded iPhone app over the weekend, and landed in the top 10 on Android, according to analytics firm App Annie.
To find your fine art doppelganger(与某人外貌相同的人), open the Google Arts & Culture app and scroll until you see the “Is your portrait in a museum？” feature. Tap “get started”， and you'll be guided through the process.
It's currently only available in the U．S.
Google said the experimental feature uses computer vision technology to scan facial features and extract data to match with paintings. The company said it won't use data from photos for any other purpose but to match it with images in its catalog. It only stores selfies for the time it takes to find matches, Google said.
The selfie feature is similar to other apps that use matching technology to find lookalikes. Microsoft's What Dog app can identify and classify dogs based on photos uploaded to the app.
The Google Arts & Culture app is part of the Google Cultural Institute, which provides information about artists, scientists and historical figures from 1，000 institutions worldwide.
(B)28. Why did the Google Arts & Culture app get so popular?
A. Because some famous people used it.
B. Because it can match selfies to some paintings.
C. Because it's more practical than entertaining.
D. Because it was the top download.
【解析】由第三段The app went viral this weekend after users discovered the entertaining feature that analyzes selfies(自拍) and matches them to historical artwork.可知。
(C)29. How can you find your fine art doppelganger?
A. By visiting Google's digital collection of artworks.
B. By analyzing your selfies.
C. By opening the app and following its guide.
D. By scrolling the screen of your smartphone.
(D)30. What can you infer from the 8th paragraph?
A. The feature of the app has nothing to do with data.
B. Google stores selfies as commercial resources.
C. Selfies will be stored for a long time.
D. The users' selfies will not be abused.
(B)31. Which of the following can be the best title for the text?
A. The Google Cultural Institute
B. Google app matches your face to a famous painting
C. What Dog app vs Google Arts & Culture app
D. How to find valuable historical paintings
Every winter, I get nervous as I hear about people going to work and school with the flu, spreading it to unsuspecting friends and colleagues under the banner that they are needed and can tough it out.
It's an awful flu season this year, and there have been terribly sad cases of people, including otherwise healthy children, dying from it. Maybe this will be the year when people who are sick will stay home until they are not contagious. Maybe this is the year we'll realize our culture of working at all costs is not only bad for us but puts others at risk.
Our daughter Julia, who is 13, is one of those people at risk. Julia has an autoimmune disease I couldn't even pronounce when she was diagnosed 10 years ago. The disease is a cruel and complex combination of autoimmune attacks on various organs.
It took years for an amazing team at SickKids Hospital in Toronto to get a handle on how to manage Julia's symptoms. Now, she is doing really well. But each winter we watch in frustration as we see people make the sick march to work.
You know who you are. You wake up feeling awful. You are clammy and have a sore throat and horrible cough. You take two Tylenol,__have a cup of tea and head to work. You don't like the other options. You would miss out on something that seems important at the time, or you may disappoint your boss or your co－workers.
You are pushing through the day even though if you stopped to think about it for a moment, you would admit that you should be home in bed. You may even have the flu. I know your kind. I was your kind. I was committed to work, my employer, my colleagues and my clients, over my own health. I was sure that I would be fine.
After dealing with Julia's health problems, I am all too aware how reckless this is. Now I stay home when I'm sick. But I don't always see my friends doing the same.
(B)32. The passage was written to ________．
A. inform the public of the terrible weather
B. remind people not to go to work with the flu
C. persuade the sick to go to hospital
D. inspire people to work harder
(A)33. What probably makes people keep on working even with the flu?
A. Devotion to their work. B. Fierce competition.
C. Desire to earn more money. D. Envy from their colleagues.
(D)34. What has helped to change the writer's attitude toward working with disease?
A. The regulations of the company.
B. The working culture.
C. Sad cases of people dying from the flu.
D. His or her daughter's disease.
(B)35. The underlined word can be the name for ________．
A. a kind of food B. a kind of medicine
C. a kind of drink D. a kind of tool
One way to make the most of your time when you are a student is by learning how to read textbooks faster. 36.__F__ Instead of reading chapters word for word, use the questions at the end of each chapter or section to give you some clues to the important material. Additionally, as you read, use your finger as a guide and minimize subvocalization(默读) to increase your reading rate.
37．__D__Use these questions as a guide to help you focus on the important and relevant material. As you are skimming the chapter, ask yourself if the material you are reading is answering these questions. If it is not, then skip it.
Read the chapter introduction and the final summary. Look for key words like “effects”， “results”，“causes”，and “pros and cons”，for example. 38.__B__Knowing the main idea beforehand will help you identify sections of the chapter that need careful reading. Highlight and refer back to the main idea or thesis so you can stay on topic.
Break up the chapter with your classmates. Ask some of your classmates if they are willing to do this. 39.__A__Each classmate should be responsible for their section. Make sure that you all can come to an agreement about each person's responsibilities. For example, draw up a plan where each student in the group reads and writes a detailed outline for their respective section. 40.__G__
A. If they are, assign sections of the chapter among one to three other classmates.
B. These key words will give you some clues to the chapter's thesis or main idea.
C. Write down the main points on a sheet of paper.
D. Examine the questions at the end of each section or chapter.
E. Put away other sources of distraction like your phone, computer and the Internet.
F. You may be able to read your textbooks faster by being a selective and active reader.
G. Then, have everyone complete their outline by a certain date like the end of the week.
【解析】36. 本文主要讲了如何快速阅读文章的技巧。文章开头提出话题，分析选项可知，F项中出现了read your textbooks faster这样的字眼，且句意符合语境。故选F项。
37. 阅读本段可知，这段主要讲的是带着问题去阅读，所填空处的下一句中出现了Use these questions，与D项中的the questions相呼应，且句意符合语境，故选D项。
38. 所填空处的上一句中举例说明了几种中心词，故可知所填空处也应该是有关key words的，只有选项B中承接上文出现了These key words，故选B项。
A merchant sent his son to learn the secret of happiness from the wisest of men. The young man __41__ through the desert for forty days until he reached a beautiful castle __42__ the sage(圣人) lived.
When the young man entered the castle, the wise man was talking to his guests, and the young man had to wait for two hours __43__ it was time for him to meet the sage. The sage listened attentively to the reason for the young man's __44__， but told him that he did not have the time to __45__ the secret of happiness. He __46__ that the young man should take a walk around his palace and come back in two hours' time, __47__， giving the young man a teaspoon, into which he __48__ two drops of oil, telling him not to let the oil __49__．
The young man kept his eyes __50__ on the spoon when he was walking around the palace. At the end of two hours he __51__ to the wise man. The sage was not __52__ with the young man, however, because he had not seen or learned __53__ about the wise man's palace; his only __54__ had been not to spill the drops of oil that the wise man had given to him. Then he said to the young man, “Go back and see the __55__ of my world. You can't trust a man if you don't know his house.”
Now at __56__， the young man took the spoon and __57__ again around the palace, this time paying attention to everything. Returning to the sage, he reported __58__ all that he had seen, but the young man had spilled the oil that wise man had given him. “Well, that is the only advice I have to give you，” said the sage. “The secret of happiness __59__ in looking at all the wonders of the world and never __60__ the two drops of oil in the spoon.”
(C)41. A. wondered B. imagined C. wandered D. departed
(C)42. A. which B. that C. where D. when
(B)43. A. as B. until C. unless D. though
(A)44. A. visit B. compromise C. belief D. theory
(D)45. A. report B. express C. predict D. explain
【解析】但他告诉年轻人他没时间跟他解释幸福的秘密。A. report “报道”；B. express“表达”；C. predict“预测”都不合句意。
(A)46. A. suggested B. confirmed C. agreed D. repeated
【解析】圣人建议年轻人在他的城堡里逛两个小时后回来。suggest做“建议”解时，其后宾语从句中用虚拟语气(should)＋do。B. confirmed证实；C. agreed同意；D. repeated重复。
(B)47. A. nevertheless B. meanwhile C. therefore D. moreover
(C)48. A. sprayed B. prepared C. poured D. sent
【解析】解析见上题。A. sprayed“喷”；B. prepared“预备”；D. sent“送，派遣”都不合句意。
(B)49. A. fall B. spill C. melt D. fade
(D)50. A. buried B. occupied C. caught D. fixed
【解析】年轻人眼睛紧盯着勺子。A. buried“埋”；B. occupied“占据”；C. caught“抓住”。fix one's eyes/attention/mind on “把双眼/ 注意力 / 思想集中在”是固定搭配。
(C)51. A. turned B. arrived C. returned D. headed
【解析】根据上下文“He __46__ that the young man should take a walk around his palace and come back in two hours' time，”圣人让年轻人两小时后返回来，所以这里选择returned符合句意。
(D)52. A. curious B. puzzled C. worried D. satisfied
【解析】根据后文“because he had not seen or learned __53__ about the wise man's palace；”知道因为年轻人根本没有关注他的城堡，关于城堡的任何情况他都不了解，所以圣人对此很不满意。A. curious“好奇的”；B. puzzled“困惑的”；C. worried“担忧的” 都不合句意。
(A)53. A. anything B. nothing C. more D. something
(C)54. A. doubt B. instruction C. concern D. response
【解析】根据上文“The young man kept his eyes __50__ on the spoon when he was walking around the palace.”年轻人唯一担心的是不能把油给泼了。
(B)55. A. jewelry B. wonders C. antiques D. decorations
【解析】根据下文“The secret of happiness __59__ in looking at all the wonders of the world.”可知此处填wonders。
(A)56. A. ease B. relief C. random D. sea
【解析】年轻人此时可以安心自在地拿着勺子逛城堡了。 at ease“安逸安心地，自在地”；只有in relief的搭配；at random“任意地，随便地”；at sea“在海上；迷茫地”。
(B)57. A. rushed B. walked C. marched D. approached
【解析】根据上文“The young man kept his eyes __50__ on the spoon when he was walking around the palace.”我们可以推知walked合适。
(A)58. A. in detail B. in reality C. in total D. in public
【解析】返回见到圣人，年轻人详细地跟他讲述了自己所见所闻。A. in detail“详细地”；B. in reality“事实上”；C. in total“总计”； D. in public“当众，公开”。
(D)59. A. relies B. remains C. lays D. lies
(B)60. A. separating B. forgetting C. leaking D. rejecting
Peking Opera is a traditional art in China.Peking Opera or Beijing Opera is a kind of Chinese opera 61.__which/that__ arose in the mid－19th century and was extremely popular in the Qing Dynasty court. It is widely regarded as one of the cultural 62.__treasures__ (treasure) of China.
Peking Opera has a 200－year－long history. Its main melodies 63.__originated__(originate) from Xipi and Erhuang in Anhui and Hubei respectively and, over time, techniques from many other local operas were incorporated.
64．__It__ is believed that Peking Opera gradually came into being after 1790 when the famous four Anhui opera troupes (戏班子) came to Beijing. Peking Opera underwent fast development during the reign of Emperor Qianlong and Empress Dowager Cixi, eventually 65.__becoming__(become) more accessible to the common people.
From the 1920's to the 1940's of last century was the second flourishing period of Peking Opera.
After the opening－up policy, Peking Opera had new development. 66.__Especially__(especial) as a traditional treasure of China, Peking Opera got great support from the government. Today, the Peking Chang'an Opera House 67.__holds__ (hold) international competitions every year that attract many people from 68.__various__ (variety) countries. Peking Opera is also the 69.__reserved__ (reserve) program for the communication between Chinese and many foreign cultures.
In Peking Opera, there are four roles: the male and female roles, the painted－face role, and the comedic role. These roles have the natural features of age and sex, as well as social status, and are artificially exaggerated(夸张，夸大) 70.__by__ make－up, costume and gestures.
Two people were arrested yesterday at airport for bringing animals into Europe
from South America illegalillegally.One customs officer recalled that he noticed a strange
woman walk in front of a group for a long time.Having seen feathers falling under her
coat, and the customs officer asked the woman to come over to his desk. He was
surprised to find ten birds inside hisher coat. There was a short and fat gentleman
followedfollowing her. It seemsseemed that he had a moving stomach，thoughso customs officers called
him over.On taking downoff his jacket，they found a tortoise. In fact, that man had
traveled on the plane aslike this, keeping the tortoise in a blanket.
The Hunan Provincial Museum(湖南省博物馆), which has been reopened to the public recently, is now looking for some high school students to be volunteers on weekends. The main tasks for the position will be simple introduction and translation for foreign guests. If you are interested, please send an application email at your earliest convenience to Mr.Zhang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dear Mr. Zhang，
Dear Mr. Zhang，
In reference to your advertisement in English Daily, I'm terribly interested, so I am writing to apply for the position as a volunteer of the Hunan Provincial Museum.
Being an active young person, I am armed with the needed qualifications. To begin with, I have a good command of English due to my great enthusiasm and diligent efforts, which functions as the basis of communication with foreigners. Besides, I engage myself in all learning opportunities concerned with history and culture, equipping me with profound academic knowledge. On top of this, I'm helpful and patient, always looking for new friends. Taking the above into consideration, it seems that I'm the right one you are looking for!
I would fully appreciate it if I could be granted an interview. Looking forward to your reply.
W: Fasten your seat belt, please, sir.
M: Thank you. But I didn't realize we were going to land soon.
M: Now, let's stop talking and get going. I need to be in my office in fifteen minutes, or I'll be late for a meeting.
W: Okay, bye.
W: Hi, Luke. Peter and I are going to watch the tennis game this evening. Do you want to come?
M: Great! I know Thomas really enjoys watching tennis. Can he join us?
W: Well, I'm afraid I don't have an extra ticket for him.
M: Mum, have you seen my schoolbag?
W: It's hanging up here with the coats. I moved it because it was on the kitchen table. Tom, remember to leave it in the living room when you come home from school. Then it won't be in my way.
M: Well, I'm glad I had a chance to see the computer software, but I'm really not in the position to make the decision right now.
W: Would you like me to leave the software with you?
M: Yeah. Why don't you do that? And then you can give me a call sometime next week.
W: Hi, Michael! I heard you just came back from a holiday.
M: Yes. I stayed for a week in China, and five days in India.
W: You do travel a lot, don't you? Last year, you went to Norway, right?
M: Well, I've been to quite some countries, but not yet to Norway. Last summer, I toured Russia for two weeks.
W: Hi. What are you looking at?
M: We are looking at the pictures of my newborn niece.
W: Can I have a look? She is lovely. Look at her little face. She is so tiny. What is her name?
M: Her name is Alice.
W: Alice is a pretty name. Look at her eyes.
M: They look light brown right now. She has her father's eyes.
W: She has big eyes. She is a beautiful little girl. Your brother and sister－in－law must be very proud.
M: Yes. They are quite happy.
M: Good morning! I'm Roy Carroll.
W: Hello, Roy. Have a seat. Well, you seem to have the longest service record—seventeen years!
M: That's right.
W: Well, you are obviously happy here!
M: I am, yes, although it used to be more fun.
W: Why's that?
M: Well, it was more sociable. I used to go out more with my colleagues. When I first started here, we had very long lunch breaks, sometimes two hours. Now it's only thirty minutes. And we all used the gym together during the break. That doesn't happen much now.
W: Did you use to work more as a team?
M: Yes, we did. We're more on our own now. I also used to travel a lot more too. They've cut down on that.
W: Has anything changed for the better?
M: Yes, there are more opportunities to learn new skills. The money's much more now. That's why I'm still here!
M: Have you ever been to the Hard Rock Café？
W: No, what is it?
M: It's a rock and roll themed restaurant, but some locations are also hotels. It's a chain, so cities all over the world have them. There's one in San Francisco. I was thinking about checking it out. Would you like to join me?
W: Sure, that sounds fun.
M: The original café was founded in London in 1971, but since 2007, the headquarters has been in Florida. It didn't start to expand worldwide until 1982, and the one in San Francisco opened in 1984.
W: Interesting. Actually, I think I passed by one when I was traveling in Istanbul, Turkey. Wow, I guess they really are all over the world!
M: Yes, it's a very international chain. I am reading about it, and apparently, there are 191 locations all over the world, in 59 different countries.
W: Wow! That's amazing.
M: Maybe we can go this weekend.
W: I'm working this weekend, but I'll get my schedule for the following week tomorrow. I should probably have a few days free next week.
M: Okay, sounds good. I'll call and see if I can make a reservation. Just give me a call when you know your schedule.
Good evening! Tonight the main news is about the cold weather we are having. A cold front sweeping across most parts of western China will cause temperatures to drop and strong winds during the next three days, the National Observatory forecast on Thursday.
Many regions in northwest and southwest China provinces as well as Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in the north and Tibet Autonomous Region in the southwest will see their temperatures fall by up to 10 degrees Celsius during the period, the National Meteorological Center said.
It said moderate snow will hit Xinjiang and some provinces in northwest and north China, with some of these regions expecting heavy snow during the next three days.
The center also forecast poor air quality in several regions, as smog is expected in the provinces of Hebei, Shanxi, Shandong and Jiangsu, as well as Tianjin Municipality on Thursday and Friday.
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答案 B C B A C B C B C B A A B C C
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答案 A B A B C D B C C D A A B C D
题序 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45
答案 B B A D B F D B A G C C B A D
题序 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
答案 A B C B D C D A C B A B A D B
61. which/that 62. treasures 63. originated 64. It 65. becoming 66. Especially 67. holds
68. various 69. reserved 70. by