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第一节 听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选 出最佳选项。听完每段对话后，你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。 每段对话仅读一遍。
1. Why is Ann so upset?
A. She failed one of her exams.
B. She is worrying about other lessons.
C. She has no time to do her math homework.
2. What type of food does the woman eat?
A. Junk food. B. Healthy food. C. Delivered food.
3. What will the man probably do to stay warm?
A. Use a blanket. B. Turn on the heater.
C. Drink some hot chocolate.
4. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. The man’s career. B. The man’s travel plan.
C. The man’s plan after graduating.
5. What are the speakers’ opinions about the painting?
A. It’s simple. B. It’s colorful. C. It’s complex.
第二节 听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
6. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In an office downtown. B. In an apartment downtown.
C. In an apartment in the East End.
7. What does the man want to do now?
A. Get to work. B. Go to a restaurant.
C. Visit the woman’s company.
8. How do the speakers know each other?
A. They are family members. B. They go to the same school.
C. They teach at the same school.
9. How has the man tried to reach his brother?
A. He sent him a text. B. He went to his house.
C. He left him a voicemail.
10. Which subject is difficult for the woman?
A. Math. B. History. C. Chemistry.
11. When can the woman have tutoring?
A. On Tuesdays. B. On Thursdays. C. On Fridays.
12.Who is in charge of the Gifted Program?
A. Mr. Jennings. B. Mr. Hobart. C. Mrs. Lee.
13. What might the woman's job be?
A. She’s a diver. B. She’s a lifeguard.
C. She’s a swimming instructor.
14. Who called the ambulance?
A. The woman. B. One of the students. C. The man’s colleague.
15. When did the ambulance arrive?
A. Immediately. B. Ten minutes later.
C. Twenty minutes later.
16. How did the girl react when she awoke?
A. She didn’t know what happened.
B. She went back in the pool. C. She cried.
17. Who is making the announcement?
A. The student government. B. The school newspaper.
C. The football team.
18. How many new teams are added this year?
A. Four. B. Three. C. Two.
19. What do the music club members do?
A. They organize trips. B. They attend concerts.
C. They have dancing nights.
20. Why should a student join a campus group?
A. To have friends. B. To make good grades.
C. To keep up with world news.
By teaching your children healthy eating habits, and copying these behaviors in yourself, you can help your children keep a healthy weight and normal growth. Also, the eating habits your children pick up when they are young will help them keep a healthy lifestyle when they grow up.
Your child’s health care provider can evaluate(评估）your child’s weight and growth and let you know if your child needs to lose or gain weight or if any dietary changes need to be made.
Some of the most important parts of healthy eating are portion control and cutting down on how much fat and sugar your child eats or drinks. Simple ways to reduce fat intake in your child's diet and improve a healthy weight include serving：
•Low-fat or nonfat dairy products
•Poultry without skin
•Lean cuts of meats
•Whole grain breads and cereals
•Healthy snacks such as fruit and vegetables
Also，reduce the amount of sugar sweetened drinks and salt in your child’s diet.
If you are unsure about how to select and prepare a variety of foods for your family, ask a registered dietitian(营养师）for nutrition.
It is important that you do not place your overweight children on a restrictive (限制性的）diet. Children should never be placed on a restrictive diet to lose weight unless a doctor takes charge of one for medical reasons.
21. What are the most important parts of healthy eating your child controls?
A. Fat and sugar.
B. Water and meat.
C. Fruit and vegetables.
D. Whole grain breads and cereals.
22. What does the third paragraph tell us?
A. How to lose weight.
B. What healthy eating is.
C. How to reduce fat and sugar.
D. How to keep a health weight
23. What should your children do if they want to lose weight?
A. Limiting diets. B. Taking exercise.
C. Listening to parents. D. Listening to doctors’ suggestions.
“BANG” the door caused a reverberation. “Never set foot in this house again!” shouted father. With tears welling up in my eyes, I rushed out of the house and ran along the street.
A young father who held a child in his arms walked past me. I felt as if I saw my childhood from another space: happy and harmonious.
But now I don’t know whether it is because I have grown up or because Dad is getting old. It feels like there is an invisible door between us that can never be opened.
I wandered in the streets, without a destination in mind. My heart was frozen on this hot summer night. As I walked on there were fewer and fewer people on the streets, until I had only the streets to keep me company (陪伴) . When I finally reached the high-rise apartment block in which I lived, I saw that the light was still on.
I thought to myself, “ Is father waiting for me, or is he still angry with me?”
Dad was always like this. Maybe he didn’t know how to express himself. After shouting at me, he never showed any mercy or regret. After an argument, he will creep(蹑手蹑脚）up in my sleep room and then tuck（盖住）me underneath the covers.
This was how he always be. He has been a leader for so long that telling everyone else what to do has become his second nature.
The light was still on. With the key in hand, I was as nervous as I had ever been. At last, I decided to open the door. As soon as I opened the door tears ran down my cheeks. I suddenly realized that the iron door that I had imagined between us did not exist at all. Love — it is second to none.
24. The underlined word “reverberation ’’ in Paragraph 1 refers to______.
A. an earthquake B. a heavy blow
C. a shake D. a sound forced back
25. When seeing a young father with a child in his arms, the writer might have the following feelings EXCEPT that________.
A. she/he felt disappointed with his/her father
B. she/he wished that the relation between him/her and his/her father could also be so harmonious
C. she/he felt that happiness had been far away from him/her
D. she/he admired them very much
26. Why do you think the father often shouts at his child?
A. Perhaps the father is getting older and older.
B. Perhaps the child has already grown up.
C. Perhaps they never agree with each other.
D. Perhaps the father has got used to doing that.
27. What conclusion can you draw after reading the passage?
A. The father treats his child in an unfair way.
B. The father is actually kind to his child.
C. The father is neither kind nor cruel to his child.
D. The father is always finding fault with his child.
Four years ago, we asked ourselves: what if we could create a shopping experience with no waiting in lines and no checkout? Or could we create a physical store where customers could simply take what they want and go? Our answer to those questions is Amazon Go, where you could experience the idea of “just walk out shopping”.
Amazon Go is a new kind of store with no checkout required. We created the world’s most advanced shopping technology, so you never have to wait in line. With our “just walk out shopping” experience，simply use the Amazon Go app to enter the stores take the products you want, and go! No lines, no checkout.
Our checkout-free shopping experience is made possible by the same types of technologies used in self-driving cars：computer vision，sensor fusion，and deep learning. Our “just walk out technology” automatically detects when products are taken from or returned to the shelves and keeps track of them in your virtual cart. When you’ve done shopping，you can just leave the store. Shortly after，we’ll charge your Amazon account and send you a receipt.
We offer delicious ready-to-eat breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack options made fresh every day by our on-site chefs and favorite local kitchens and bakeries. Our selection of foodstuff ranges from bread and milk to cheeses and locally made chocolates. You’ll find well-known brands we love, plus special finds we're excited to introduce to customers. For a quick home-cooked dinner, pick up one of our chef-designed Amazon Meal Kits, and you can make a meal for two in about 30 minutes.
Our 1,800-square-foot shopping space is conveniently compact (紧凑的), so busy customers can get in and out fast. It is located at 2131，7th Ave，Seattle，WA，on the corner of 7th Avenue and Blanchard Street. All you need is an Amazon account, a supported smartphone, and the free Amazon Go app.
Amazon Go is currently only open to Amazon employees in our testing program, and will be open to the public soon.
28. From the passage，we can learn that Amazon Go__________.
A. is a checkout-free store
B. sells all kinds of goods
C. is open to the public
D. uses unknown technologies
29. What is mainly discussed in Paragraph 3?
A. When Amazon Go charges.
B. How Amazon Go works.
C. Where Amazon Go lies.
D. What Amazon Go sells.
30. Customers pay for the products from Amazon Go by_________.
A. paying cash at the counter
B. walking out of the store
C. using their Amazon accounts
D. scanning smartphones when leaving
31. The main purpose of the passage is to______.
A. encourage people to shop online
B. advise people to work for Amazon
C. inform people of a new concept store
D. tell people of the shopping experience
Suppose we built a robot to explore the planet Mars. We provide the robot with seeing detectors to keep it away from danger. It is powered entirely by the sun. Should we program the robot to be equally active at all times? No. The robot would be using up energy at a time when it was not receiving any. So we would probably program it to stop its activity at night and to wake up at dawn the next morning.
According to the evolutionary ( 进化的) theory of sleep, evolution equipped us with a regular pattern of sleeping and waking for the same reason. The theory does not deny that sleep provides some important restorative (恢复的) functions. It merely says that evolution has programmed us to perform those functions at a time when activity would be inefficient and possibly dangerous. However, sleep protects us only from the sort of trouble we might walk into; it does not protect us from trouble that comes looking for us. So we sleep well when we are in a familiar, safe place, but we sleep lightly, if at all, when we fear that bears will nose into the tent.
The evolutionary theory explains the differences in sleep among creatures. Why do cats, for instance, sleep so much, while horses sleep so little? Surely cats do not need five times as much repair and restoration as horses do. But cats can afford to have long periods of inactivity because they spend little time eating and are unlikely to be attacked while they sleep. Horses must spend almost all their waking hours eating, because what they eat is very low in energy value. Moreover, they cannot afford to sleep too long or too deeply, because their survival depends on their ability to run away from attackers.
32. The author uses the example of the robot in space exploration to tell us ______.
A. the differences between robots and men
B. the reason why men need to sleep
C. about the need for robots to save power
D. about the danger of men working at night
33. Evolution has programmed man to sleep at night chiefly to help him ______.
A. keep up a regular pattern of life
B. prevent trouble that comes looking for him
C. avoid danger and inefficient labour
D. restore his bodily functions
34. Cats sleep much more than horses do partly because cats _______.
A. need more time for restoration
B. are unlikely to be attackers
C. are more active than horses when they are awake
D. spend less time eating to get enough energy
35. Which of the following is the main idea of the passage?
A. Evolution has equipped all creatures with a regular pattern of sleeping and waking.
B. The study of sleep is an important part the evolutionary theory.
C. Sleeping patterns must be taken into consideration in the designing of robots.
D. The sleeping pattern of a living creature is determined by the food it eats.
Imagine being asked to spend twelve or so years of your life in a society that consisted only of members of your own sex，how would you react? 36 But the fact is that segregated(隔离)schools shoot up very rapidly around the world，and so many parents choose to force such abnormal conditions on their children-conditions which they themselves wouldn’t put up with for one minute!
37 Those advocates of segregated schools argue that children from segregated schools have greater achievements academically, socially in athletic and have greater self-confidence．
Further，there are many more practical advantages in segregated schools：adolescent problems can be dealt with better and more easily. 38 It is a wonderful proof of their worth．
On the other side．those advocates of co-education point out that any discussion of this topic is bound to question the aims of education．One of the chief aims of education is equip future citizens with all they require to take their places in adult society which is made up of men and women．When segregated，boys and girls are made to feel that they are a race apart．Competition between the sexes is developed．39 Children from segregated schools sometimes lack healthy attitude to life that co-education encourages．
To sum up，every coin has double sides．40 It is about time somebody exploded（驳倒） that theory about segregated schools being the better place for your children．
A．You would react as if you were a puzzled parent．
B．Lastly in many countries, the most famous schools are segregated．
C．Anyone entering adult society after years of segregation can only be in for a shock．
D．Unless there was something wrong with you, you wouldn’t be too happy about it．
E．When segregated, boys and girls can focus on their study．
F．However, I believe it’s far more beneficial for boys and girls to learn and play together．
G．Many sociologists and educationalists present their views on this issue from both sides．
Stephen Hawking dies at 76 May 14th, the day coinciding with the birthday of another legend of science, Albert Einstein.
His __41__ are in a state of deep shock and have twinged（感到阵痛）that the death of the greatest scientist is __42__ for they believed the man to be immortal（不死的）. There's one thing that's certain and it's death, __43__ how and when it comes is something that can't be in one's hands. Or can it be? Looking at how Hawking survived over half a century of being __44__ the death sentence, the scales are tipping（倾斜） toward a yes.And he indeed just didn't __45__ it; he succeeded. “However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and __46__ in”，he said, During the course of his rare disease, his __47_ to the field of physics stands out miraculously.
Now, what made the man a genius of mind? Was it his willpower or his __48__ misfortune that strengthened his mind? He was __49__ with a crippling disease at the age of 21，which progressively disables the individual. In __50__ of his genius, however, fortune __51__ him since then. His scientific work got __52__ and better. The man, whose body was so fragile and seemed to __53__ his genius, never gave up.
Some experts say perhaps Hawking was __54__ diagnosed and this is the reason of his surviving over half a century. Also，doctors say the disease spread __55__ than it does in most of the patients, giving him more time. Hawking himself said，“I have been lucky that my condition has __56__ more slowly. But it shows that one need not lose __57__．”
Hawking seemed unaffected by the drawbacks life __58__ at him. He calls all his accomplishments that followed his disease a(an) __59__．He indeed is a unique example of two mind powers __60__—an astonishing willpower and a strong sense of determination. These two helped him fight against all odds.
( )41. A. ancestors B. doctors C. opponents D. followers
( )42. A. unavoidable B. unreasonable C. unbelievable D. unpredictable
( )43. A. or B. but C. so D. for
( )44. A. handed over B. turned over C. taken over D. run over
( )45. A. share B. control C. change D. survive
( )46. A. succeed B. wonder C. point D. laugh
( )47. A. explanation B. distribution C. contribution D. attention
( )48. A. mental B. emotional C. financial D. physical
( )49. A. infected B. occupied C. diagnosed D. concerned
( )50. A. respect B. event C. face D. name
( )51. A. tricked B. favored C. rejected D. abandoned
( )52. A. thicker B. tougher C. simpler D. lighter
( )53. A. corrupt B. fail C. spot D. strike
( )54. A. precisely B. entirely C. luckily D. wrongly
( )55. A. easier B. harder C. slower D. quicker
( )56. A. evolved B. progressed C. recovered D. improved
( )57. A. fate B. hope C. health D. fortune
( )58. A. screamed B. barked C. threw D. shot
( )59. A. bonus B. account C. reward D. gain
( )60. A. multiplied B. combined C. developed D. separated
At the last weekend of November, I drove to Fragrant Hills Park to see red leaves with my wife. Although the park announced it closed 61.______ (it) yearly Red Leaf Festival early on November 13, it was still very crowded. It 62. ______ (report) that it received more than one million visitors during the Red Leaf Festival.
We were told four ways to the top of the mountain, each of 63. ______ took 60 minutes to complete. We chose one way to get to the top. 64. ______ (see) from the top, it looked very beautiful. 65. ______ colorful the mountain is! Some trees were all red and some were covered 66.______ yellow. The yellow leaves were especially golden and 67. ______ (enjoy). Then we visited Liulita, Xishangqingxue, Duojingting and so on. I think they were all 68. ______ (well) worth visiting than many other attractions.
On the way, we met an old couple who came from America. They said that they had travelled in China for several 69.______(month) and China was very great and beautiful. When I heard what they said? 1 was feeling 70._________ (pride) as a Chinese.
71. I have the educational background and ______（相关的）experience required by the job.
72. He studied the German market to find the ______（潜在性）there for profitable investment.
73 The a______ child has the right to see his birth certificate.
74. Progress has been made towards a political c______ between the two nations.
75. He looked much thinner than when I had seen him a ___ _（两星期）before.
76. There are just as many volunteers, who collect and d______ donations of food and clothing.
77. This money is i______(准备) for the development of the tourist industry.
78. To avoid next year’s university expense for your son, you must d______ the money in bank now.
79. The house isn’t big enough for me, and f______， it’s too far from the town.
80. The little girl sat on the chair, ______（摆动）her legs from side to side.
Have you ever been to Vietnam? One of the most beautiful place in Vietnam is Halong Bay in the northeast of this country. It is made up of three thousands islands spreading out in the clear green waters of the sea. The small islands all has wonderful beaches and also there have mysterious caves to explore. The bay got their name from a story about a dragon what created the bay and islands with its tail. The best way to experience Halong Bay is to take boat tour. After explore the islands, you can relax and enjoying a good meal in some restaurant in Halong City. How do you like the idea of visiting Halong in this summer when your school is over?
假定你是李华，美籍交换生Lisa在邮件中说对你校流行的“读经典好书”(Read Classic Books)活动很感兴趣。请你回封邮件详细地介绍此活动。内容包括：
1-5 ABACA 6-10CBCCA 11-15BCBBC 16-20AACBA
21-23 ABD 24-27 DADB 28-31 ABCC 32-35 BCDA 36-40：DGBCF
41-45：DCBAD 46-50:ACDCA 51-55:BABDC 56-60:BBCAB
61.its 62.was reported 63.which 64.Seen 65.How
66.with 67.enjoyable 68.better 69.month 70.proud
71.relevant 72.potential 73.adopted 74.compromise 75. fortnight
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Have you ever been to Vietnam? One of the most beautiful place in Vietnam is Halong Bay
in the northeast of this country. It is made up of three thousands islands spreading out in the
clear green waters of the sea. The small islands all has wonderful beaches and there also have
mysterious caves to explore. The bay got their name from a story about a dragon what
created the bay and islands with its tail. The best way to experience Halong Bay is to
take∧ boat tour. After explore the islands, you can relax and enjoying a good meal in
a exploring enjoy
some restaurant in Halong City. How do you like the idea of visiting Halong in this summer
when your school is over?
I am glad to receive your e-mail, in which you told me that what interests you is the popular activity “Reading Classic Books” in our school. Now let me inform it to you.
As we know reading classic books is both important and beneficial to the character development and personal growth of the young people. As for me, nothing can bring more joy and happiness than reading those masterpieces created by great figures like Confucius and Cao Xueqin, Personally, We students should be fully aware of the important role the classic books play in broadening one's vision. Once a week on Friday afternoon, the students in our school are eager to take part in the activity.
Looking forward to your joining us soon!
W: Ann looks rather upset these days. Do you know what happened to her?
M: Yeah, she failed math, (1) and she must be worried about the results of her other exams, too.
M: You’ve been doing well with your diet, Diane. I’m proud of you. You never eat junk food anymore.
W: I decided to follow your advice. I used to order delivery like most people in the office, but you inspired me to eat healthier meals. (2)
M: It’s very cold in here. I’m going to turn the heater on to warm this place up a little.
W: Why do you think I’m drinking hot chocolate? Here, take this blanket. The heater isn’t working right now. (3)
W: Are you still thinking of going into journalism right away, or are you going to do some traveling instead?
M: Pm getting started on my degree in the fall. I want to continue my education right after we finish high school. (4)
W: You see this painting? It looks like a five-year-old painted it.
M: Ifs not very complex, I agree. (5) It could use a little more color, too.
M: Wow! Nice place! I’ve never been to this part of town before.
W: Thanks. This area’s called the East End. (6) It isn’t very central, but I chose it because I could afford more space here.
M: Yeah, you have a whole extra room! (6)
W: I know! I use it for work.
M: I thought you worked in an office downtown.
W: My company lets me work one day a week from home.
M: Lucky! You’ve got a great boss and a great apartment. (6) I’m so happy for you! Let’s celebrate! Let me take you to dinner. (7)
W: Jason just emailed me. He’s going to be a little late for the teachers’ meeting this afternoon. That shouldn’t be a problem, though. At least you and I will be there on time，right? (8) George? Hey, George, what’s wrong?
M: Sorry. I’m just really concerned about my brother. He was supposed to come over to my house for dinner last night, but he never showed up.
W: How often do you see each other?
M: Once a week. We always have dinner on Wednesdays. He hasn't missed one in over a year.
W: Did you try calling him?
M: Yes, and I left him a voicemail. (9) He doesn’t have a cell phone, so I can’t send him a text.
W: I’m sure he’s fine. Sometimes things come up at the last minute. Your brother sounds like a very responsible person, so I don5t think you have anything to worry about.
M: OK, you're probably right. Thanks.
M: I’ve noticed that you have been having trouble in one of your classes. Is there anything I can do to help?
W: Well, Mr. Hobart, I’m struggling to keep up with my math homework. I’m also studying history and chemistry for my other midterms, and math just doesn’t come easy for me. (10)
M: That’s normal. I wasn’t the greatest math student when I was young. You do have some choices, though.
W: Like what?
M: One of them is to take an afterschool class with Mr. Jennings. He’s in charge of the math department.
W: I’ve heard of that. The problem is that I have volleyball practice on Tuesdays and Fridays. It’s really important to me.
M: I see. The other choice is to find a tutor. We have a number of students from our Gifted Program who tutor various subjects for extra credit. (11) Ifs during the lunch hour.
W: That would be great. When can I do that? (11)
M: Every Monday and Thursday. Go see Mrs. Lee, and she’ll sign you up. (11) (12)
M: I saw you on the news! You’re a hero! Come on, tell me all the details.
W: Well, I was watching the pool from my chair, like I always do. (13) There was a group of kids taking diving lessons in the deep end. (14)
M: Go on...
W: I guess one of the students hit their head on the diving board, because I saw that someone was sinking to the bottom of the pool.
M: So, what did you do next?
W: I jumped in the pool after their instructor jumped in and brought the kid back to the surface. It was a young girl, and she had swallowed a lot of water.
M: Wow. Did you give her mouth-to-mouth?
W: Of course. Then I told one of the kids to call for an ambulance. (14)
M: Quick thinking!
W: The girl coughed the water up almost immediately, and just like that, it was over. We cleaned the wound and bandaged it up, and the emergency services arrived twenty minutes later. (15)
M: How was she? (16)
W: She had no memory of the past ten minutes. (16) She wanted to go back in the pool. She didn’t even know why her parents were crying.
M: She must have been in shock.
Hi, students! This is Ashley Jacobs, your student government president. (17) I have some important information for everyone about activities on campus this year. I promise that there will be something fun for everyone to do. Do you like sports? I know everyone is a fan of our football team. And now there are two new teams at school this year. We have added a baseball team and a swim team. (18) Or do you enjoy creative activities? Student government created an art club and a music club for people with artistic abilities. Both of these groups have events all year long. The art club hosts painting nights and trips to the local museum，and the music club goes to see shows at the concert hall. (19) And don’t forget about the school newspaper for all the writers out there! We pass out the paper every week for free on campus. Read it to keep up with all of the school news and activities that I announced. I strongly recommend that you join a student organization. It is an easy way to make good friends and have fun. Please consider joining one of these groups today. (20)
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