例：How much is the shirt?
A. ￡19.15 B. ￡9.18 C. ￡9.15
1. What sport does the man like at present?
A. Basketball B. Football C. Table tennis
2. What is the woman going to do?
A. Watch TV B. Go shopping C. Stay at home
3. What gift should the woman first buy in the man’s opinion?
A. Olympic Fuwa B. A picture C. A CD
4. What did the man see last night?
A. A strange and noisy bird
B. A red-colored bird
C. A bird that flew very quietly
5. Why does the woman ask for help?
A. She is unable to read her map
B. She has lost her city map
C. She can’t find the museum in map
6. What is the biggest environmental problem?
A. Rubbish that people throw
B. The air pollution that cars cause
C. The attitude of human to the environment
7. What is the woman’s opinion of protecting the environment?
A. Letting the environment develop itself
B. Saving water or not throwing rubbish
C. Preventing people from driving cars
8. Where is the woman’s new house?
A. In the countryside B. In the city center C. By the beach
9. How does the man feel in the end?
A. Satisfied B. Unhappy C. Humorous
10. What makes the woman worried?
A. Being a newcomer at the school
B. Being afraid of getting up late
C. The coming exam
11. What must the students do before morning reading?
A. Eat some fruits
B. Hand in their homework
C. Go to the headmaster’s office
12. What can students do when they are hungry?
A. Ask the parents to buy some food
B. Eat something during a break
C. Go home to fetch some food
13. Which country are the speakers in?
A. China B. America C. The UK
14. Where are the speakers going first?
A. Chinatown B. In the afternoon C. National History Museum
15. When will the speakers go to Broadway?
A. In the morning B. In the afternoon C. In the evening
16. Where does the woman want to have dinner?
A. In Harlem B. In Chinatown C. At the woman’s home
17. When was San Francisco founded?
A. In 1776 B. In 1774 C. In 1778
18. What is the population of Bay Area?
A. About 744,500 B. About 7.3 billion C. About 7.3 million
19. Why isn’t the water off the coast of San Francisco suitable for swimming?
A. It is too hot B. It is too cold C. It is too deep
20. How is the transportation of San Francisco?
A. Good B. Bad C. Just so-so
Steep Rock Skills $100 per person. This course will focus on techniques about
climbing steep routes. Edging, off hands, high-stepping are some techniques you
will work on. This course is best for women that have experience of top roping
or climbing occasionally in a gym but have not had much experience outdoors.
Half-Day Rappelling (绳索下降）Skills $ 100 per person. There’s a law that says,
“What goes up must come down. ” Though it may be safer to walk off many climbs,
there are climbs that require you ladies to come back down to the ground Learn
various rappel techniques and use various types of rappel devices through this
course. On Saturday the practice is in the morning.
Hard Women Rock leader Skills $ 100 per person. Designed for any women with a
desire to lead, efficient rope management will be covered. Bring your own
equipment if you have any. Any leading will be done on top-rope. A fun and safe
way to take a look at the “sharp” end of thing
Half-Day Rock Rescue $ 50 per person. A course for experienced women climbers
wishing to build fundamental rock rescue skills in order to deal with a possible
emergency situation on the cliff. Participants should bring their own personal
equipment if they have. On Saturday and Sunday the practice is in the morning.
21. Which course is the least expensive?
A. Hard Women Rock Leader Skills. B. Steep Rock Skills.
C Half-Day Rock Rescue. D. Half-Day Rappelling skills.
22. If Mary wants to be a rock-climbing leader, which of the following should
A. Steep Rock Skills. B. Half-Day Rappelling Skills.
C. Half-Day Rock Rescue. D. Hard Women Rock Leader Skills.
23. It can be inferred from the text that .
A. the courses are specially for women
B. the courses are limited to 100 persons
C. it may take half a day to attend the courses
D. men are allowed to participate in the practice
24. The author's purpose in writing the text is to introduce __________________.
A. how to be women rock climbers
B. various courses on rock climbing
C. what to do at weekends
D. how to keep fit
In 2014 my best friend’s mother died of cancer. It was a tragedy, but as usual,
Alice, my mother, used her power of healing and got his family back on their
feet. If you asked my friends about my mother, they would say, “That woman has a
heart of gold. ” I agree one-hundred percent.
I think the reason why she is such a wonderful person is that the Holy Spirit
lives within her. She is very holy and has persuaded me to go to church with her
About six years ago my mom decided to pursue her lifelong goal of becoming a
teacher. She knew it would be hard work raising three kids, doing housework and
studying at the same time. However, she believed it would pay off. What my
mother didn’t realize was that not all things pay off in this unfair world.
After four hard years of school, she graduated on a warm spring day. It was
unbelievable. My aunt drove up from Virginia to celebrate this fantastic day. It
was the first time I had ever cried from being happy.
It’s strange how fast a life can change. Two months later, the unpredictable
happened. My mother was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (多发性硬化症).I could not
believe this could happen after all the good she had done for people. I was very
confused and cried every day. My faith in God just disappeared and so did my
mom’s dream of becoming a teacher.
Then, I decided I must move on with my life and accept the fact that she might
never get better. Since my decision, I have become more mature, responsible and
active in school and work. I have found a wonderful girlfriend with whom 1 plan
to spend the rest of my life. Through the years I have always been able to
change negative situations into positive ones. I'm happy with my life now.
25. Which of the following can best describe Alice?
A. Honest. B. Helpful.
C .Greedy. D. Unconcerned.
26.What else did Alice have to do when studying?
A. Drive a car and go to church.
B. Teach students and raise kids.
C. Do housework and teach at school.
D. look after children and keep house.
27.According to the text, the author's mother .
A. recovered from illness
B. no longer had faith in God
C. didn’t realize her dream as a teacher
D. changed negative situations into positive ones unwillingly
28. What may be the best title for the text?
A. Mother Gave Me Life Experience
B. Fighting against Kinds of Diseases
C. Belief in God Brought Me Good Luck
D. How to Become a Responsible and Active Man
A new study has found that social media could be affecting the sleep of young
The study is a project of researchers at the University of Pittsburgh's School
of Medicine. They found that young people who often use social media are more
likely to suffer from sleep disorders than those who use social media less. The
researchers say doctors should ask young adults about their use of social media
when treating sleep issues.
“This is one of the first pieces of evidence that social media use really can
influence your sleep.” said Jessica C Levenson. She was the lead author of a
report on the study.
The researchers set out to examine the connection between social media use and
sleep among young adults.. Levenson noted that these young adults are possibly
the first “generation to grow up with social media. ”
The researchers wanted to find out how often young people used social media
sites like Face book, Twitter, Credit and Tumbler. For the study, they gave
questionnaires to nearly 1,800 adults, aged 19 to 32. On average, members of the
study group used social media sites one hour a day. They also "visited various
social media 30 times per week. ”
Thirty percent of the study's participants reported having serious problems with
sleeping. Those people who used social media a lot were three times more likely
to have a sleep disorder. And those who spent the most time on social media were
two times as likely to suffer from sleep disturbances.
Levenson said the number of times a person visits social media is a better
predictor of sleep problems than overall time spent on social media. If this is
true, she adds, then practices that stop such behaviors may be the most
29.What's the main idea of the text?
A. The researchers focus on social media.
B. The researchers manage to handle sleep problems*
C. Social media affects sleep.
D. Doctors treat young patients.
30.When treating sleep problems, doctors are advised to________________ .
A. offer some advice about giving up social media
B. ask the patients about young adults’ use of social media
C .give young adults some medicine
D .ask about the patients' living conditions
31. How did the researchers mainly carry out the study?
A. By doing online research. B. By doing questionnaires.
C. By collecting published data. D. By giving an example.
32.What can be inferred from the text?
A. Men are more likely to suffer from a sleep disorder than women.
B. People often using social media are less likely to have a sleep disorder.
C. Using computers less helps avoid sleep problems completely.
D. Sleep problems can be determined by the times of a person visiting social
A quarter of today’s UK children are living in families which cause more than
one risk to their educational development, a study says.
Institute of Education researchers analyzed 10 risk factors affecting more than
18,000 families. Risks included financial stress, teenage parenthood,
depression, low skills and alcohol abuse. Previous research suggests families
with multiple risk factors are the most damaging. According to the research,
just over four in ten people experienced no risk factors in their early
childhood, while a third faced only one. It would mean 192.000 UK children born
10 years ago have been growing up in families with multiple risks to their
The paper's authors found that those who had grown up with two or more risk
factors had poorer behavioral development scores at ages three and five. They
also did worse in standard vocabulary tests at these ages. The report, published
by the Centre for Longitudinal Studies ,said. “Children living in families with
both multiple risks and low income faced the worst across most developmental
“These children achieved the lowest change in vocabulary test scores between
ages three and five.” Professor Dex added .“The most reassuring thing is that if
you come into contact with just one of these risk factors, there is a fairly
modest effect on children. She suggested that health visitors could be aware of
families where there were two or more of these indicators. and offer help. ”
The government has pledgedto turn around the lives of England's 120.000 most
troubled families by 2015. To qualify for help, the families need to meet five
out of seven criteria including truanting (旷课的）children, parents with addiction
and anti -social behavior.
33. According to the research, what families are the most damaging to children's
A. Families with no risk factors.
B. Families with two or more children.
C Families with two or more risk factors.
D Families with the only financial stress.
34.What can we learn about the children growing up with multiple risk factors?
A. They didn't care about developmental outcomes.
B. They had poorer behavioral development in high school.
C. They tended to behave better in dealing with different risks.
D. They tended to perform worse in vocabulary tests in their early childhood.
35.The underlined word “pledged” in the last paragraph can be replaced
A. refused B. promised
C. hesitated D. failed
When we were children, we were taught the simplest lessons to be able to build
good relationships with others. ____36 However, the question is: What makes a
Be willing to share
Once you are in a good relationship, you are not just thinking about yourself.
You learn to share what you have.37 You should also share your thoughts, your
ideas, your dreams and even your frustrations.
Learn to care
People in a good relationship are kind to each other. They make efforts to show
how they value each others' space. They both take the time to know what matters
to the other and also give lime to try out each others' interests38 .
Learn to play fair
. _____39Each one is allowed to move freely as an individual However, each
action is done« with consideration of the other one's feelings. No one is above
A healthy union is bound by cooperation. The people involved work as a team to
achieve one goal. Each one helps and supports the other to succeed in their
individual endeavors. They appreciate each other and they grow together and as
individuals as well.
A. Learn to cooperate
B .learn to work hard towards your goal
C A good relationship is a two-way traffic.
D. This does not just include material things.
E. Everyone knows that the relationship they have won't slay strong
F. Having good relationships will make you never have to live your life alone.
G. Most of all, they care enough to listen to each other and do nice things for
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Grandpa Hodge was the most popular elder in the village believe it or not, he
was so 41 in speaking and doing things that everyone42 him as “Grandpa Wisdom”.
One day, a man hurried to Grandpa Wisdom and said, "Grandpa, I have a piece of
43to share with you.” "Wait a moment," Grandpa Hodge stroked（抚摸）his beard and 44
him, "Have you45 the news you will tell me with three sieves（筛子）?”
“Three sieves? Which three sieves?" the man asked with46 . "The first sieve is
truth. Is the news you will tell me47 ? ”Grandpa Hodge asked, narrowing his
eyes. “I don't know because I heard it from the48 .""Now let's check it with the
second sieve," Grandpa Hodge49 ,"If the news you will tell me is not true, it
should be friendly.” The man50 answered, "No, just the51way round."
Grandpa Hodge once again interrupted him, "So let's use the 52sieve. Can you
tell me if the news that is53 you is very important" "It is not so important,"
the man answered with54 .
Grandpa Hodge__55 the shoulder of the man and said meaningfully,“ 56the news
you will tell me is not true, 57 or important, please don't tell me. Then it
won't58you and me.” The man learned a59 and never spread the60news ever since.
41.A. wiseB. foolishC. quickD. strict
42. A. punishedB. calledC. usedD. tested
43.A. paperB. cakeC. newsD. work
44. A. praisedB. thankedC. impressedD. stopped
45.A. checkedB. wroteC. arrangedD. planned
46.A. disappointmentB. puzzlementC. argumentD. agreement
47.A. rightB. wrongC. trueD. joyful
48.A. classB. bookC. newspaperD. street
49.A . went onB. went awayC. went upD. went off
50.A. confidentlyB. awkwardlyC. happilyD. strangely
51.A sameB. onlyC. otherD. last
52. A. oldB. newC. secondD. third
53.A. excitingB. defeatingC disturbingD. annoying
54.A. angerB. embarrassmentC. tearsD. encouragement
55.A. shotB. beatC. touchedD. kicked
56.A. In order thatB. In caseC. Even ifD. Now that
57.A kindB. wonderfulC. friendlyD. precious
58.A. forgiveB. troubleC. missD. doubt
59.A. lessonB. storyC. diaryD. excuse
60.A. followingB. valuableC. greatD. uncertain
Nearly all wild lions live in Sub-Saharan Africa, but a small number of Asian
lions exist in India’s Gir Forest. Although the two species live far from each
other, Asian lions and African lions are61same species.
Asian lions once prowled（潜行）around from the Middle East62 India. Now, only 200
to 260 of these63 (amaze) animals survive in the wild. The Gir Forest's dry
woods64 (be) once a royal hunting ground. Today they are a reserve65the
endangered Asian lions66 (protect).
Lions are the only cats that live in groups,_67(call) prides（狮群）.All of a
pride's female lions are related and female babies 68 (usual) stay with the
group as they grow. Young males eventually leave and may have their own prides
by69 (take) over a group headed by another male.
Male lions usually defend the pride's territory（地盘）. They mark the area and
chase off animals that come to their territory. Female lions are the pride's
primary__70 (hunt). They often work together to hunt large mammals.
Last week, I went to camp with a friend. On the first day, I had a well time
with her. We played some game and shared our funny life experience. The second
night where my friend talked about her mom, it occurred to me the day was my
mother’s birthday. I almost forgot it. I wanted to send her mother the best
wishes, but it is about 10 pm, and I thought it was too late. My friend said to
me, “Though it is late, but it is necessary of you to give wishes.” So I called
my mom and sent her my wishes. She was so happily, and I made a right decide.
How are you going? I miss you very much. I’m writing to you to talk about the
uncivilized words used on Internet.
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Last week, I went to camp with a friend. On the first day, I had a welltime with
her. We played some gameand
shared our funny life experience. The second night wheremy friend talked about
her mom, it occurred to me∧the day
was my mother’s birthday. I almost forgot it. I wanted to send hermother the
best wishes, but it isabout 10 pm, and I
thought it was too late. My friend said to me, “Though it is late, butit is
necessary ofyou to give wishes.” So I called
my mom and sent her my wishes. She was so happily,and I made a right decide.
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