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1. What has happened to the air conditioner?
A. It doesn’t work B. The man will fix it C. It has been sold
2. What does the woman tell the man to do?
A. Take No. 344 bus. B. Get off at the sixth stop. C. Go to the left side of the street.
3. Who is the party going to be intended for?
A. Sally. B. Jerry. C. Henry.
4. What are the two speakers talking about?
A. The tourism plan. B. The vocation plan. C. The study plan.
5. What is the boy going to do first?
A. Review his lesson B. Watch TV. C. Have supper.
6. Where is the man going?
A. He is going to the Palace Museum.
B. He is going to the Palace Hotel.
C. He is going to the railway station.
7. How long will the bus take?
A. Half an hour. B. 13 minutes. C. 40 minutes.
8. What made Alice late for school?
A. The delay of the train. B. Her aunt’s visit. C. A call
9. What do we know about the man?
A. He gets angry easily. B. He didn’t pass the exam. C. He is strict with his students.
10. Who are the speakers?
A. Students. B. Teachers. C. Clerks.
11. What are they mainly talking about?
A. Noise in the office. B. A new meeting room. C. The story of a workmate.
12. What does Stan suggest they do?
A. Talk to Jack openly. B. Move to another office. C. Ask for a meeting room.
13. Where does the dialogue likely take place?
A. In a hotel. B. In a restaurant. C. In a hospital.
14. What’s the cook’s favorite dish of this restaurant?
A. Fish. B. Egg soup. C. Beans.
15. What dish does the man refuse though recommended by the woman?
A. Seafood. B. Wine. C. Chicken wings.
16. What do you think the man will order?
A. Fish. B. The green bean. C. Vegetables.
17. Where does Mr. Smithson live?
A. In a country house.
B. In a luxury apartment.
C. In an apartment block.
18. What was the photographer’s project about?
A. Neighbors at home.
B. People going to art galleries.
C. Neighbors going across the street.
19. Why are the residents probably angry?
A. The photos are too private.
B. Their faces can’t be seen clearly.
C. They want to earn some money from the photos.
20. What will probably happen to Mr. Smithson?
A. He’ll be thrown into prison.
B. He won’t get in trouble.
C. He’ll have to pay a fine.
Cities display the development of mankind on both positive and negative sides. Read on to explore these four exciting cities.
Sidon is one of the most important --–and perhaps the oldest ---Phoenician cities. It was the base from which the Phoenician's great Mediterranean commercial empire grew. Both Jesus and St. Paul are said to have visited Sidon, as did Alexander the Great, who captured the city in 333 BC.
Luoyang, the cradle(摇篮) of Chinese culture and history, which so many dynasties and emperors inhabited, stands out as the oldest continually inhabited city in Asia. The Longmen Grottoes, which were included on the World Heritage List in 2000, and numerous historic Buddhist temples are real attractions for tourists from all over the world.
Jerusalem is one of the most visited cities of Israel and it is also the most important spiritual centre in the world for Jews, Christians and Muslims. During its extremely long history, the city has been besieged(围困)23 times, attacked 52 times, captured and recaptured 44 times and destroyed at least twice. In 1981, the Old City became a World Heritage Site.
The holy city of India, Varanasi, is located on the banks of the river Ganges and it is considered to be one of the oldest cities in the world. The Hindus believe that the city was established by the God Shiva and the history of the city goes back to the 12th century BC. Nowadays it is the centre of arts and crafts.
21. What do the four cities have in common?
A. They all have existed for a long time.
B. They’re all supported by tourism.
C. They all went through numerous attacks.
D. They’re all on the World Heritage List.
22. What is Jerusalem known as?
A. A war centre. B. The cradle of civilization.
C. A religious place. D. A destroyed city.
23. Which city may attract more art enthusiasts?
A. Sidon. B. Luoyang. C. Jerusalem. D. Varanasi.
In summer 2007, I joined the British Red Cross at 15. After several days of training, I was attending my first event as a fully qualified Red Cross volunteer. Our team was providing medical cover for a large martial arts (武术) grading event.
Although I’d passed my first aid course with flying colors, I was nervous before the event began. There’s quite a difference between the classroom and the real thing! Two experienced adult volunteers would be working with me for the day.
Rosie was taking part in the under-16s event. This was supposed to be non-contact, and she was wearing full protective clothing just in case. All these precautions(预防措施) didn’t help however, when her competitor misjudged a move and delivered a violent blow to her head.
“Guys, we need some help over here!” Over we went, all three of us carrying various bits of kit. Rosie was lying on the ground. As we approached we could see she was conscious. Brian, my colleague took the lead.
“Hey there, stay nice and still for me. Chris here is just going to hold your head. Don’t worry; it’s just a precaution.”
I helped, painfully aware that hundreds of sets of eyes were following our every move. However I soon forgot all about this as I focused on the task at hand.
Rosie was complaining of pain in her neck. These are all classic signs of a possible spinal(脊柱的) injury. Quickly, Brian found there were no other injuries and an ambulance was called. I was still holding her head and doing my best to comfort her.
The doctors arrived and we put Rosie carefully into the ambulance for a trip to hospital. Then we went back to the first aid post quickly.
Ten years on I’ve met many more people like Rosie ---in need of help. I’ve moved on from being a trainee to a trainer, from an inexperienced first aider to being part of an emergency ambulance team.
When a call comes in, that slight feeling of nervousness is still there. However, so is the feeling of making a difference, being there during a painful moment in someone’s life.
24. What does the underlined part “with flying colors” probably mean?
A Slowly. B Carefully. C. Poorly. D. Successfully.
25. How was Rosie injured?
A. She was hit by mistake. B. She made a wrong move.
C. She didn’t take precautions. D. She was not herself and fell.
26. How did the author help Rosie?
A. She took her to hospital. B. She checked her injuries.
C. She did something for her pain. D. She held her head and calmed her.
27. What do we know about the author now?
A. She often receives first aid training.
B. She’s working as a professional doctor.
C. She feels a sense of achievement about her work.
D. She’s no longer nervous when performing fist aid.
The Egyptian city Thonis-Heracleion was founded in the eighth century BC. For centuries, its location at the mouth of the Nile River made it a gateway to Egypt which foreign traders needed to pass through. This brought it both wealth and influence. Its name shows the city’s foreign ties: Thonis was its Egyptian name, but the Greeks, who had close contact with the Egyptians, named it Heracleion after the hero Hercules.
The neighboring city Canopus shared Thonis-Heracleion's wealth and prestige (声望). Both cities appear in the writings of ancient historians and poets. But then they disappeared from all records. For centuries, no one even knew where these once-great cities were located.
In 1933 a British pilot flew over a bay in Egypt and spotted ruins. He reported his find, but nothing came of it. Not until 2000 did anyone research into the bay thoroughly. That year French archaeologist Franck Goddio used a tool that measured variations in the earth' s magnetic field (磁场)to make a detailed map of the ocean floor. The map helped him and his team choose the most promising areas to dig.
At the bottom of the ocean, Goddio’s team found the remains of Thonis-Heracleion and Canopus. They carefully dug the cities out from mountains of sand that had settled over them. They made some surprising discoveries, such as a five-meter-tall statue. A stele (石碑)records the city’s name and information about laws, such as tax regulations. And 69 ships lay buried in the same bay ---the largest group of ancient ships ever found.
For all their glory, these cities were built on a foundation of soft clay. As their population grew, the weight of people and homes pressed the clay. In AD 800 the ground below the city collapsed, causing people to run away. The ground collapsed again some time later, and over the course of 1,000 years, the land sank under the waves. Under the water, sand settled gently over the ruins, saving them from being destroyed.
28. What can we learn about the city Thonis-Heracleion?
A. It was less famous than Canopus.
B. It was once an important center of trade.
C. It was once under the control of the Greeks.
D. It was recorded in more detail than Canopus.
29. Goddio found the sites of Thonis-Heracleion and Canopus_______.
A. completely by chance
B. according to the historical records
C. with the support of the British pilot
D. thanks to the map of the ocean floor he made
30. What do we know about the treasures found by Goddio’s team?
A. They are still in good condition.
B. They are of little historical value.
C. They were hidden in the mountains.
D. They belonged to Thonis-Heracleion.
31. What would be the best title for the text?
A. The greatest discovery of an archaeological team.
B. The civilization of two cities in old Egyptian.
C. The cities sleeping in the ocean.
D. Don’t ignore others’ find casually.
Whatever happened to the familiar scene from the past of children playing “tag(捉人游戏)” in the streets while their parents chatted with the neighbors over the garden fence? This picture is fading fast today, as children are now leaving the streets in favor of a screen.
Several organizations are attempting to change this situation. One of these organizations is Play England, which aims to improve opportunities for children to play outside. A leading figure in the campaign is 50-year-old Adrian Voce, who has childhood memories of days spent in the “Big Woods” near his house with his older brothers. “We were given a packed lunch and told not to talk to strangers. I can still remember wandering in and out of each others’ houses.” he says.
However, it is not only the children that Mr. Voce and his organization have to convince. In many cases the parents themselves block his efforts. A survey in 2014 found that 85 percent of adults agreed that it was important for children to be able to play safely in the road or street where they live. However, many of them were not prepared to park their cars an extra 50 meters away from their homes.
Mr. Voce’s attempts to encourage children to play outside include the organization of campaigns like National Playday. Hundreds of communities all over the country take part in this effort, yet it can take a lot of people to give children a taste of what it is like to play in the streets. On one street in Aldershot last year there were five policemen, three community support officers, a traffic management crew, a closed-circuit television van, and a team of "play workers.”
Society today has changed to such an extent that children do not feel safe on the streets and their parents no longer feel comfortable about letting them play there. It is not only the appeal of computers and video games that has driven children inside, but also the presence of traffic, crime, and violent young people. However, thanks to the efforts of people like Adrian Voce, it may not be too late to turn back the clock.
32. What kind of feeling does Adrian Voce show when he looks back on his childhood?
A. Regret B. Shame C. Delight D. Surprise
33. Why does the author say the parents themselves block Mr. Voce’s efforts?
A. They don’t want their children to be outside.
B. They are worried about the safety of the streets.
C. They are not optimistic about Mr. Voce’s campaign.
D. They won’t make the street safer for their children to play in.
34. What can we learn about National Playday?
A. It has rapidly spread to other countries.
B. A lot of people are needed to make it work.
C. It has not lived up to the organizers’ expectations.
D. It aims to call on parents to play with their children.
35. What is the author’s attitude towards children playing in the streets?
A. Worried. B. Hopeful. C. Ambiguity. D. Shocked.
Tips for choosing a summer camp for your teen
Sending your teenager off to a summer camp? Here are things to keep in mind when picking the right camp.
How can you find a camp that specializes in and appeals to teen campers? Well, search for camps through Care.com, the American Camp Association and the Better Business Bureau. Learn about different camps’ history, programs, staff and so on.
Include your teen in the process
37 Communicate with your teenagers and ensure that they are happy with the final decision. Plus, most teen programs have the teen campers sign a camp contract, so make sure the camp is something your child is interested in.
Attend a camp fair
Camp fairs often provide a great forum(论坛)with kinds of related information. 38
Search for a camp fair near you through the American Camp Association.
Think carefully about your teen’s interests
Should you send your teens to a traditional camp or a more specialized summer program? Are they in need of an academic improvement summer program? Would a community service-centered camp make them better understand the world? 39
Visit the campgrounds and facilities
Meeting the camp staff is necessary, as they are the professionals who can help your family to have a positive summer camp experience. 40 Are teens mixed in with kids younger or older than themselves?
Give yourself enough time to help your teens find the right camp and make sure they are on their way to an exciting summer experience.
A Explore your choices
B. Look for teen camps
C. Choosing a camp should be a team decision.
D. Would your kids do a good job at travel camps?
E. These are important questions you should ask yourself.
F. Is the camp set up with activities that are interesting for teenagers?
G. Therefore, you can check out a variety of summer programs in one location all at once.
Making finger puppets（木偶）is a simple and cheap craft project for children and adults alike. These 41 can be crafted from colorful paper or felt ( a thick soft material made of wool, hair or fur), or other 42 materials around the house.
Some people are 43 enough to make custom finger puppets based on their own imagination，while others get 44 from books or websites. If you don’t know what to 45 , there are models for both felt and paper hand puppets around the web. Remember that you are not 46 to humans and animals; flowers, household objects, and heavenly bodies can also be
47 in a finger puppet story.
First, 48 what materials the hand puppets will be made from and gather them up. You will also 49 scissors, needle and thread or glue, and things to decorate the base with. Regular glue is unreliable when 50 felt finger puppets. Such glue can be 51 by hot glue, a very strong kind of glue.
The second step is to make a base for your puppet. 52 two pieces of paper or felt and glue or sew them together, leaving enough room to fit a(n) 53 inside. If you are creating a felt finger puppet, turn the newly crafted base inside out to 54 the seam( the line where things have been sewed together).
55 the base is finished, it is time to 56 your finger puppet. You can sew, draw, or glue on the 57 of a finger puppet--- you can give it whatever expression you want. To 58
the design, some people even buy pre-made accessories(饰品) like googly eyes, felt mouths, or animal parts. If using glue, give the finger puppet time to 59 before playing with it.
Finally, fit the puppet on your finger and determine if any final additions should be made before putting away the 60 crafting materials.
41. A. clothes B. toys C. presents D. cards
42. A. healthy B. strange C. simple D. special
43.A. creative B. fast C. patient D. careful
44. A results B. ideas C. tasks D. chances
45. A keep B. search C. bring D. make
46. A. directed B led C limited D. connected
47.A.characters B. names C. pictures D. secrets
48. A. imagine B. learn C. conclude D. decide
49. A. need B. show C. expect D. allow
50. A. dealing with B. working with C. checking with D. playing with
5l. A, changed B. replaced C. covered. D. influenced
52. A. Fetch B. Turn C. Buy D. Take
53. A. hand B. arm C. finger D. head
54. A control B. desert C. reproduce D. hide
55. A Though B. Until C. Once D. Unless
56.A. decorate B. paint C. abandon D. mend
57.A. eyes B. ears C. nose D. face
58.A .develop B. recognize C. improve D. finish
59. A. grow B. dry C. practice D. exercise
60.A. leftover B. unfinished C. cheap D. satisfying
Are you planning 61 (go) to university? What will your responsibilities be in the first few weeks? Perhaps you will be choosing classes, and taking part in other 62 (activity). However, if you go to university in Chile there is something extra you must do.
An essential part of 63 (start) university in Chile is the mechoneo. Mechoneo is an ancient university tradition here. Students beginning their first year at university 64 (welcome) by the older students, and they have to do games for a whole day, 65 may include some unpleasant things like kissing a dead fish! They are taken from their classroom and blindfolded. The older students take off their clothes and cover them in raw eggs and other disgusting things. They are then taken to a swimming pool 66 (fill) with things like old fruit, vegetables and fish from the markets. The older students also take away the younger students’ things( their money, phone, etc.) and tell them they must go out onto the street and ask people 67 money. This money is then used to have 68 big welcome party in the midnight time.
So don’t be 69 (surprise) if you see new university students all around town wearing
70 (extreme) dirty clothes and covered in paint.
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Every year I spent my holidays in the countryside in my grandparents cottage. I really like spending time there. What I love mostly about rural areas is the peace or silence. This year I'm going to ride my bike, and swim in the amazed lake and the swimming pool. I'll also meet best friend Sara. But I will have some duties too, because of my grandparents often need the hand with housework and gardening. I’m really looking forward to go there. I will finally be able to relax myself after the school year, which seem a long time. I'm sure I'll have a good time.
To satisfy your thirst for some knowledge about the Silk Road, ______________________
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To satisfy your thirst for some knowledge about the Silk Road, a related lecture will be organized/given in our school next week.. It is really a good opportunity that all of you shouldn’t miss.
As scheduled, the lecture will start at 5: 00 next Tuesday afternoon in our lecture hall. A professor, Mr. Lee/Li, specially invited by our school will give a vivid description of the Silk Road within two hours. I’m sure you'll have a better understanding of the ancient Chinese culture and economy after the attendance at the lecture, which will certainly increase your knowledge and broaden your horizons. After the lecture, you are welcome to come up with any relevant questions actively. Of course, Mr. Lee/Li will be glad to interact with you until you are satisfied.
Remember not to miss it. I dare say you will gain a lot from the lecture.
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