第一部分 听力 （每题1.5分，共30分）
1. What does the man want to do?
A. Fly a kite. B. Go to the park. C. Play on the Internet.
2. What will the girl buy this evening?
A. Sunglasses. B. A scarf. C. Gloves.
3. What does the man suggest the woman do?
A. Take a taxi. B. Walk to the hotel. C. Ask someone else for help.
4. Who is the woman probably?
A. A hotel clerk. B. A police officer. C. The man’s wife.
5. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. A birthday party. B. New Year’s gifts. C. The man’s parents.
6. How does the man probably feel?
A. Excited. B. Nervous. C. Regretful.
7. What will the man do next?
A. Talk to Samantha. B. Dance with the woman. C. Attend a graduation ceremony.
8. What will the man do with his girlfriend on Valentine’s Day?
A. Go to a movie. B. Go to a concert. C. Eat at a nice restaurant.
9. According to the woman, what would be a special gift?
A. A song. B. A poem. C. A piece of jewelry.
10. How does the man want his hair cut?
A. All off the back. B. All off the sides. C. A little off the top and sides.
11. What did the man complain about?
A. The woman got shampoo in his eyes.
B. The woman cut his ear accidentally.
C. The towel was too dirty.
12. Why can’t the man complain directly to the manager?
A. He is on vacation. B. He is out to lunch. C. He is dealing with another
13. Who is the woman?
A. The boy’s aunt. B. The boy’s mother. C. The boy’s grandmother.
14. What did the woman enjoy doing when she was young?
A. Playing with a cat. B. Doing art projects. C. Taking photographs.
15. What does the boy like?
A. He is shy. B. He likes to paint. C. He doesn’t have many friends.
16. What does the woman imply about her husband?
A. The boy looks just like him.
B. He held the boy before she did.
C. He would be pleased with the boy.
17. Where will visitors go on the first day of the tour?
A. Arches National Park. B.Temple Square. C. Goblin Valley.
18. What do we know about Little Wild Horse Canyon?
A. It’s very narrow. B. It’s in northern Utah. C. It was formed from an
19. What is included in the tour?
A. Entrance fees. B. Three meals a day. C. Transportation in Utah.
20. When can you make a reservation for the tour?
A. Two weeks in advance. B. One week in advance. C. Four days in advance.
第二部分 阅读理解 （共两节，满分40分）
阅读下列短文 ，从每题所给的四个选项 （A 、B、C 和 D）中 ，选出最佳选项 ，并在题卡上将该项涂黑。
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21. What is not allowed to be taken onto the plane by a passenger?
A. A bag that is 120cm long B. Medical equipment
C. A 100ml bottle of cream D. A gas bottle
22. When must a passenger speak with the manager about taking over 100ml of
liquid medicine onto their flight?
A. After they get on the plane B. Six hours before their flight
C. At least one day before their flight D. When they arrive at the airport
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A. ￥250 B.￥300 C.￥550 D.￥850
From a young age, I would climb up and down for fun. My first introduction to
gymnastics was through my older sister Arielle, who used to be a gymnast. She
taught me how to do my first cartwheel(侧手翻).By the end of the week, I was
teaching myself one-armed cartwheels and my sister said to my mom, “You need to
put this kid in gymnastics.”
At about age 9, I realized that I wanted to pursue the Olympic path. I was used
to the public eye, but the Olympic stage was different. The Games teach you to
act in a certain way and to be disciplined(守纪律的). They teach you to be a mature
young lady, and you grow up fast.
When I started this journey, I never knew what it actually took to get to the
Olympics. I thought it was: Training. I had to give up a normal kind of life for
gymnastics, but I didn’t mind. I moved from Virginia Beach to Iowa to get a
different coach. I sacrificed my privacy. Gymnastics was what I was going to
eat, breathe and sleep. It takes a lot to be an Olympic athlete. You may have a
talent, but the people who work harder than you will surpass(超过)you.
Throughout my career, a lot of people have doubted me. When someone tells you
that you can’t do it, especially when there are many people, you start to
believe it. It took me years to figure out how great I was at gymnastics. Fear
held me back when I hurt my leg in 2011, but I told myself that I had a talent
and that I was going to use it. I went to the world championships and got a team
I won three gold medals at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games and helped Team USA
win gold at the 2011 and 2015 world championships. My mom used to say, “Inspire
a generation.” It’s one thing when you say it, but I never thought that I would
be a pioneer and that people would draw inspiration from my story.
24. Why did the author’s sister suggest putting her in gymnastics?
A. She was talented in gymnastics. B. She needed to decide her future career.
C. She was too noisy to stay at home. D. She had fallen in love with gymnastics.
25. We can learn from Paragraph 3 that the author ________.
A. left school at an early age B. devoted great efforts to training
C. thought talent was necessary D. dreamed of being famous one day
26. What did the author learn from others’ doubt?
A. Failures were unavoidable. B. She had to improve her skills.
C. She should be confident in herself. D. What others thought was not important.
27. What does the author mainly talk about in this passage?
A. Her childhood experience. B. Her road to success.
C. Her passion for the Olympics. D. Her performance in gymnastics.
The younger generation, according to a new survey, can hardly remember the last
time of climbing trees or flying kites, as they are kept indoors and short of
The survey of 1,000 people found that the current generation of 15- to
34-year-olds have fewer memories of 12 key countryside activities such as
swimming in rivers or going fishing.
The research found that three quarters of the older generation remembered
playing games or climbing trees, compared with two thirds of younger adults.
The 55+generation also had more memories of collecting stones, visiting a farm
or pond dipping. Altogether, two thirds of older people had more memories of
playing outdoors compared to just over half of the younger generation.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) carried out the study at
the start of the school term to stress the growing worry that children are not
getting outdoors enough.
The study has found that 82 percent of people think thatschools should provide
more outdoor education and most believe nature is still important to children
Dr. Mike Clarke, head of the RSPB, said children who are usually kept indoors
are easier to get "nature deficit disorder". He said public money should be used
to take children on day trips to nature and to build wildlife gardens,
especially in poor areas.
"To many people, it would seem clear and unquestionable that an important part
of childhood is exploring the world around you. Unfortunately, this is far from
the fact and the children are having less time and fewer chances to get close to
nature," he said.
"The RSPB has more than a 40-year history in getting children outdoors and is
still continuing to play our role. We now need the government and the schools to
realize that they should play the most important role in making it possible for
all the children to experience, enjoy and benefit from the outdoor environment."
28. Compared with the current generation, the older generation had ________.
A. more homework and exercises when they were children
B. more memories of wonderful life in the countryside
C. fewer memories of taking part in outdoor activities
D. fewer chances of going on a visit to the big cities
29. The RSPB carried out the study in order to tell people to ________.
A. spend more time with their kids
B. care more about the kids' growth
C. let their kids get more outdoor activities
D. order the schools to provide outdoor education
30. According to the passage, "nature deficit disorder" often happens to
A. children who often stay indoors B. children who often go outdoors
C. all the younger generation D. all the older generation
31. We can learn from Dr. Clarke's words in the last paragraph that ________.
A. all the children can’t get close to nature and aren’t healthy any longer
B. outdoor activities are the most important for the current generation
C. the RSPB is more important than the government and schools in getting kids
D. the RSPB plays an important role in getting kids outdoors all the time
We chat with our colleagues all the time: when we have lunch, gossip in the
tearoom, or leave work together.
Sharing your personal life brings you closer to your co-workers and builds trust
within your team. But revealing(揭露)too much about yourself to colleagues or
managers can cause difficulties and even endanger your work.
It’s vital(致命的)to break the right balance between getting along with colleagues
and keeping your privacy safe. “As a matter of fact, it takes skills to
communicate in the office. You can neither chat too much, nor be too silent and
shut yourself off from others,” said Yang Yudan, vice HR director at P&G.
According to her, there are several safe topics to talk about with colleagues
during the break, such as weather or movies. Women like to talk about makeup and
clothing, while men are fond of sports and online games.
But discussing your private life, such as relationship, habits or health
conditions, is potentially risky. Cui Xia, 21, who has been working for an IT
company for only 2 months, learned this hard way when she found out that
everyone knew she had broken up with her boyfriend. “I spoke about it with two
colleagues in the tearoom and told my friend via phone, and then the news
spread.” And her boss finally heard about it and asked her not to let it affect
her work performance.
Sometimes revealing private matters in a thoughtless manner can result in
disastrous consequences(灾难性后果). Liang Kun, 26, had to resign from his job at a
trading company last week after discussing his income with colleagues during a
lunch break. “I didn’t realize it was such a serious issue until a senior member
of staff went to find the boss, asking why I got a higher salary than her,” said
Liang. “Then our HR told me it’s forbidden to talk about payments in the
office.” HR expert Yang Yudan also reminds us that paychecks are your own
business. It’s unwise to share this information with others, no matter how close
To sum up, Yang Yudan advises office workers to be more aware of their images
when talking to colleagues. “When you share your personal life, it will be
recorded on your invisible resume(无形的简历)and may slow down your career
32. Which of the following topics is not suitable when chatting in the office?
A. Makeup B. Football matches
C. Annual earnings D. TV shows such as Running Man
33. We may know from the passage that ________.
A. women often talk more about their personal affairs than men.
B. to avoid getting into trouble, you’d better keep silent at work.
C. it’s wise to talk about how much you earn each month with your colleagues.
D. revealing too much about your privacy may have a negative effect on your
34. What is the author’s purpose in writing the text?
A. To draw people’s attention to their behaviors in public.
B. To advise office workers to be aware of the image they project.
C. To make you believe that communication in the office is complicated.
D. To warn you to be careful of invisible trouble while talking about your
privacy to colleagues.
35. The best title for this passage is ________.
A. At work, No chatting! B. Desire for privacy.
C. At work, Keep it to yourself! D. Learn to respect others’ privacy.
The beauty of confidence is that it is possible to learn it, no matter who you
are! Follow these simple steps to be confident.
Consider your strengths and success. 36 When did you help others? What are you
good at? When have you taken pride in yourselves? What are you working hard for?
If you have difficulty thinking of your strengths and success, ask your family
member or a close friend.
Have goals. Sitting around and doing nothing will make you feel worse. Start
with a small goal. 37 You’ll get more confidence achieving a small goal. Once
you’ve achieved many smaller goals, you can set bigger goals.
38 Failure is the mother of success. When you fail, view it as a learning
experience. Often we have to fail on our own to gain experience. By failing, you
have at least taken a chance.
Pick a role model. Pick a role model that is always confident and always learn
from them. Study their action, their manners of speaking and how they
communicate with others. 39 However, it’s a great place to start.
Smile. Confident people smile often, and without much reason. 40 It tells the
people around you that you’re comfortable in yourself and enjoying your time.
A. Of course you don’t want to spend your entire life copying someone else.
B. If possible, write them down so that you can look back at them later.
C. Start projecting a more powerful you today.
D. Smiling is a friendly and open gesture.
E. Otherwise, you’ll get discouraged.
F. After reaching a goal, reward yourself.
G. Learn from failure.
A little boy almost thought of himself as the most unfortunate child in the
world because a disease made his leg lame. He 41 played with his classmates.When
the teacher asked him to answer questions, he always 42 his head without a word.
One 43 , the boy's father asked for some saplings (树苗)from the neighbor. He
44 to plant a sapling each person in front of the house. The father said,
“Whose sapling grows best, I will buy him or her a favorite 45 .” Seeing his
brothers and sisters watering the trees, however, the boy had an idea. He hoped
that the tree he planted would 46 soon. So, after watering it once or twice, he
never 47 it.
A few days later, when the little boy went to see his tree again, he was 48 to
find that it didn't fade but grew some fresh leaves. 49 the trees of his
brothers and sisters, his tree was even greener. His father kept his 50 , bought
the little boy his favorite gift and said that from the tree he planted, he
would become an outstanding 51 when he grew up.
Since then, the little boy slowly became 52 . One night, he lay on the bed but
could not sleep. Then he got up and came to the 53 . To his surprise, his 54 was
splashing something onto his tree. 55 , he understood—his father had been 56
fertilizing his small tree! He returned to his room, 57 running down. 58
passed.The little boy didn't become a botanist, but he was elected President of
the United States. His name was Franklin Roosevelt.
Love is the 59 nourishment(营养)of life. 60 it is just a drop of clear water, it
can still help the tree of life thrive(茁壮成长).
41．A. bravely B. freely C. always D. seldom
42．A. raised B. lowered C. nodded D. knocked
43．A.week B. moment C. winter D. spring
44．A. children B. friends C. neighbors D. boys
45．A. sapling B. tree C. gift D. toy
46．A. break B. grow C. die D. survive
47．A. led to B. belonged to C. attended to D.objected to
48．A. upset B.surprised C. worried D. pleased
49．A. Compared with B.Similar to C. Connected to D. Popular with
50．A. request B. promise C. schedule D. secret
51．A. artist B. botanist C. president D. researcher
52．A. optimistic B.desperate C. smart D. practical
53．A. field B. farm C. park D. courtyard
54．A. brother B. sister C. father D. neighbor
55．A. In time B. For a moment C. All of a sudden D. From then on
56．A. quietly B. secretly C. cautiously D. busily
57．A. water B. rain C. sweat D. tears
58．A. Hours B. Months C. Decades D. Centuries
59．A.only B. best C. least D. last
60．A. If only B.Even if C. Now that D. What if
I can well remember that I was once asked to deliver a speech titled“A Real Test
in My Life”before the whole class at the age of 9 ! You can imagine how61
(terrible) shy I was the moment I thought of that--- with so many eyes 62 (fix)
I had no 63 (choose) but to prepare for it, though. First of all, I was to draft
64 was just a piece of cake for me, a good writer. But the hardest part 65
(lie) in my oral presentation from my memory, for to read from the paper was not
allowed. The real moment began when I stood on the platform with my legs66
(tremble) and my mind blank. But my
67 (listen) were waiting patiently without any signs of rushing me. Gradually I
found myself back, giving out my speech with difficulty. After what seemed to be
a hundred years, I found my audience applauding---I made 68 .
From then on, my fear of talking before a big audience 69 (appear). Actually
with my confidence building up, I now turn out to be a great speaker. Looking
back, I know the greatest difficulty on our way to success is our fear. Overcome
it, 70 we will be able to achieve our goals.
It was Sunday so I didn't have to go to school as usually. My parents went to
the countryside to see my grandparents, left me alone. After finishing my
homework, I begin to play football at home. All of sudden, I kicked the ball so
hard that it flew right onto a vase and broke them. It was one of my mother's
favorite. I decided to tell my parent it was the fault of the cat for fear that
they would punish me. Therefore, when they got to home, I hesitated for a moment
and told them that truly happened. Instead of punishing me, they just hoped that
I would never make so a foolish mistake again.
一、听力 1-5. CACBA 6-10. BACBC 11-15. AACBB 16-20. CBACA
二、阅读理解 21-23. DCB 24-27. ABCB 28-31. BCAD 32-35. CDDC
三、完形填空 41-45. DBDAC 46-50. CCBAB 51-55. BADCC 56-60. BDCBB
四、语法填空 61. terribly 62. fixed 63. choice 64. which
65. lay 66. trembling 67. listeners 68. it
69. disappeared 70. and
It was Sunday so I didn't have to go to school as usually. My parents went to
countryside to see my grandparents, left me alone. After finishing my homework,
to play football at home. All of sudden, I kicked the ball so hard that it flew
a vase and broke them. It was one of my mother's favorite. I decided to tell my
was the fault of the cat for fear that they would punish me. Therefore, when
they got to
home, I hesitated for a moment and told them that truly happened. Instead of
me, they just hoped that I would never make so a foolish mistake again.
六、作文One possible version:
I’m writing to express my thanks to you and your parents for your great kindness
and hospitality when I was in America.
The celebration of the Christmas Festival with you gave me a glimpse to know
about your culture and customs. With your well-prepared decoration of the house
I was bathed in the joyful festival atmosphere. On the Christmas Eve we had a
traditional turkey dinner. What amazed me most was that your parents also
prepared a gift for me! Thank you very much!
With the arrival of the Spring Festival I would like to invite you to celebrate
it with my family and experience different culture and customs in my hometown.
Looking forward to your reply and coming.
W: I can’t believe how nice it is outside. We sure have been lucky with the
weather. Let’s take a walk to the park.
M: And do what? Fly a kite? I’d rather just stay home and play on the Internet.
M: Now, Sophie…you will love skiing, but you must have the right clothes. Do you
W: Yes, Uncle Steve, and a scarf. You gave them to me at Christmas, remember?
M: Oh, yes! I had forgotten. You will need sunglasses for the snow as well.
W: All right.I am going shopping this evening, so I will buy a pair then. (2)
W: Excuse me. Do you know where the Admiral Hotel is?
M: I can’t say that I do. Why don’t you walk over and ask that taxi driver?(3)He
Text 4 (推断题)
W: Calm down, sir. Where were you last Tuesday evening? And who were you with?
M: I was staying in a hotel in Brighton. I was with my wife, Joan.
W: What was the name of the hotel?
M: The George and Dragon.
M: I can’t wait until my birthday this weekend. (5)
W: Me too. Are you having a giant cake this year?
M: Yes, and hopefully, I get a lot of gifts. My parents have planned out the
whole party already. And I know my friends are preparing to give me a big
Text 6 (第6题为推断题)
W: Hey, I think Samantha just came in. (7)
W: Yes. She is here! You should go talk to her. (7)
M: Ah…no, I wouldn’t know what to say.
W: Oh, come on. Everyone knows you like her. Go ask her to dance.
M: Um…maybe later.
W: You have been saying that for years! We just graduated! This is your last
M: You are right. Fine, I’ll do it. (7)
W: What have you been up to lately?
M: Just spending a lot of time with my girlfriend.
W: Oh, nice. Do you two have any plans for Valentine’s Day? Go see a film?
M: No, I’m taking her out to dinner at a nice restaurant. (8)]
W: She’ll love that.
M: I hope so.I want to do something else special for her, too. (9)
W: Like what?
M: I don’t know. Do you have any romantic ideas?
: Hmm…you could always write her a poem. (9)
M: Great idea! It’s much better than a piece of jewelry that might break or get
M: So, what are you doing with your boyfriend this Valentine’s Day?
W: We’re going to theTaylor Swiftconcert. We both love her so much.
M: Sounds fun.
M: Hi. I’d like to get my hair cut.
W: Well, can we interest you in today’s special? We’ll shampoo, cut, and style
your hair for one unbelievable low price of $12.
M: Okay, but I just want to get my hair cut a little bit. A little off the top
and sides, that’s all. (10)
W: No problem. Okay, here we go. So, what do you do for a living?
M: I’m a lawyer, and I’m in town for a job interview, and…
M: What do you mean oops? Hey, can I see a mirror?
W: Nothing to worry about, sir. Relax.
M: Ouch. That really hurt! What are you doing anyway? Oh, look at all my hair on
the floor. How much are you really cutting off?
W: Relax. Time for the shampoo.
M: Hey, you got shampoo in my eyes! (11) Where’s the towel? Oh, gosh, you cut my
hair too short. I want to talk to the manager…now!
W: I’m sorry, but he’s on vacation. (12)
M: What were you like when you were my age?
W: That was a long time ago. I was a lot like you, actually. I loved art, and I
took dance lessons. (14)
M: I like art, too. (15)
W: I know you do. I have hung a lot of your paintings up in the living room.
(15)I was also very shy, and I didn’t make friends very easily. Do you want to
see some photos of me when I was little?
W: Here I am on Easter Sunday. Look at my silly hat! And here I am with the
family dog, Buttons. He was so sweet. Oh, look, this is me with your mother when
she was little. (13)She looks just like you!
M: I think she looks like you.
W: She does look like me. I’m her mother, after all. (13)
M: When did you meet me?
W: When you were born! I was at the hospital when your mother had you, and I was
the third person to hold you. Your grandfather was the fourth. He would be very
proud of you if he were still with us today. (16)You’re a wonderful little boy.
H①盐湖城（Salt Lake City）是美国犹他州的首府和最大城市，因紧靠大盐湖而得名。
③拱门国家公园（Arches National Park）位于犹他州东边，园内保存了包括世界知名的精致拱门在内的超过2000座天然岩石拱门。
④布莱斯峡谷国家公园（Bryce Canyon National Park
ello, listeners. Are you interested in the scenic regions of Utah, which is part
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On the first day of your tour, you’ll visit the historic capital Salt Lake City
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take you on a four-day adventure of a lifetime to central and southern Utah,
where you will hike and backpack through Arches National Park, Goblin Valley,
andBryce Canyon National Park. You’ll also explore the magical world of Little
Wild Horse Canyon. This very narrow canyon, with its steep walls on either side
of you, will leave you in amazement knowing that it was formed from rushing
water and wind over millions of years. (18)
The price of your tour package includes local transportation in Utah, (19)
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