命题人：熊 琪 审题人：龚志强
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分）
1. What time does the museum close on Sunday?
A. At 3:00 pm.
B. At 4:00 pm.
C. At 5:00 pm..
2. What does the man mean?
A. He is willing to help out.
B. He has his hands full.
C. He almost loses the suitcase.
3. What is the man persuading the woman to do ?
A. Have less meat. B. Buy him a burger. C. Eat out with him.
4．How will the woman probably go to the gallery?
A．By bus． B . By subway. C．By car．
5．In what aspect(方面) is the man weak in Chinese?
A．Reading . B．Writing . C．Speaking.
6. What does the man think of the horror movies?
A. Exciting. B. Frightening. C. Boring.
7. What new hobby will the woman start?
A. skiing. B. Reading. C. Playing music.
8. What is the man allowed to make for Thanksgiving?
A. The sauces. B. The salad. C. The desserts.
9. What does the woman say about Thanksgiving in her family?
A. No one takes it very seriously.
B. Her parents try to do everything.
C. Everyone shares the preparation work.
10. Where are the speakers?
A. In Sydney. B. In Toronto. C. In Los Angeles.
11. What does Simon plan to do after graduation?
A. Study further. B. Run a hotel. C. Work in a company.
12. What does Lucy major in?
A. Law. B. Business. C. Management.
13. Why are the speakers excited in the beginning?
A. They park near the shopping mall.
B. They are lucky to take the umbrella.
C. They find the shopping mall easily.
14. What would the man like to have for lunch?
B. Chicken sandwiches.
C. The lamb burger
15. What will the speakers do right after lunch?
A. Learn Spanish
B. Do some shopping.
C. Go to the museum.
16. How will the speakers go to the museum probably?
A. By car. B. By bike. C. On foot.
17. How long have Earth Boxes been in market?
A. About 15 years B. about 20 years. C. about 30 years
18. What can Earth Boxes be used to do in poor countries?
A. Solve hunger problems.
B. Improve soil conditions.
C. Teaching students science.
19. What is the advantages of Earth Boxes?
A. Saving much spaces.
B. Purifying much water.
C. Making crops grow fast.
20. Why are Earth Boxes used in middle school?
A. To learn math well.
B. To grow vegetables.
C. to do experiments and gather information
第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分40 分）
第一节 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题纸上将该项涂黑. （共 15小题；每小题 2分，满分30分）
Bayfield Shopping Coupons(赠券)
1. Six Hours Free Parking
If you spend $100 or more in our stores you will receive six hours of free parking. When you have spent $100 or more, just take this coupon and your receipts to the customer service desk on level 4. They will stamp your parking ticket to allow 6 hours of free parking.
Offer here until November 14.
2.Win a $1000 CD Collection
Win your choice of $1000 worth of CDs from JB Music Store. Just buy any two CDs and your name will go into the competition. Select your own prize from our wide variety of rock, pop, jazz, and classical music. Competition ends November 14. Prize drawn on November 21.
Check store for more information.
3. Buy One, Get One Free
Buy one shirt or tie at Daniel’s .Menswear, and get another shirt or tie of the same value free. Choose from any of our dress shirts and we will give you another one at no cost.
Hurry! Offer ends November 14. Offer limited to one per customer.
4. 10% off
Present this coupon at The Book Store to get a 10% discount on any books you buy. We have lots of books to choose from. Including children’s books, novels, travel guides, and science works. You’re sure to find something that you will enjoy. Shop now for Christmas. We have plenty of toys as gifts for you and avoid the rush!
Offer here until November 14.
5. Half-price Movie Tickets
Buy any full-price movie ticket on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, and you can buy a second ticket for a friend for only half-price. The latest movies are here, showing in one of our five theaters at Bayfield Shopping Centre.
Offer here through December 1. Limit one per customer.
6. Free Soft Drink
Buy any meal for at least $6 at Mike’s Cafe, and receive a free soft drink. We serve the best fast food in the Shopping Centre. Come in and try our delicious meals and our excellent service. You won’t be disappointed!
Free soft drink offer ends November 14.
21. What are these ads for?
A. Food you can order for delivery. B. Places to go on vacation.
C. Special offers at a shopping center. D. Things on sale in a big store.
22. Which of the following is TRUE according to the ads?
A. Spending $50 means 3 hours of free parking.
B. One person can buy 4 tickets for the price of three.
C. After buying two CDs, you can get another two CDs for free.
D. At Mike’s Cafe, people can get a free drink after spending $6.
23. Which of the following is NOT mentioned at this mall?
A. Clothes store. B. Music store. C. Restaurant. D. Toy store.
A family is a collection of people who share the same genes but cannot agree on a place to pull over for lunch. Ed and I, plus his parents and sister Doris and eight-year-old niece Alisha, are on a road trip to Yosemite. Ed wants Subway, I want. In-N-Out Burger, Doris wants Sonic. In the end, we compromise on McDonald’s, where Alisha will get an action figure.
It’s a three-hour drive to Yosemite, but we’re taking a little longer, as we’re working in a tour of Highway 80’s public restrooms. As the saying goes, “Not one bladder（膀胱）empties but another fills.” Many of these restrooms belong to gas stations. I prefer them to the high-tech ones on planes.
We get back on the road. Ed is driving now. When all the tabloids（小报）have been read, the travel has grown tedious and anyone under age 12 asks “Are we there yet?” at ever-shortening internals. Just outside Manteca, California, we stop for coffee. At a Starbucks checkout, Ed buys a CD of Joni Mitchell’s favorite musical picks. The hope is that it will have a calming effect.
As we pull back onto the highway, it starts to pour. Then something amazing happens. As we climb the mountain, the rain turns to snow. The pines are spotted with white. We’re struck dumb（说不出话）by the scene outside. For a solid 15 minutes, everyone forgets about their bladder, their blood sugar and the temperature. Alisha has never seen snow, so we pull over to make snowmen and catch snowflakes on our tongues. Then Ed realizes we need tire chains, and we have to turn back and drive 30miles to Oakhurst. “Good,” says Doris. “There was a very nice restroom there.”
24. Where does the family have lunch?
A. At Sonic. B. At Subway. C. At McDonald’s. D. At In-N-Out Burger.
25. Why does the family spend so much time going to Yosemite?
A. They stop a few times for gas. B. They go to the toilet frequently.
C. They are affected by the bad weather. D. They need to rest and refresh themselves.
26. What does the underlined word “tedious” in Paragraph 3 probably mean?
A. Boring B. Difficult. C. Educational. D. Comfortable.
27. How does the family feel when it snows?
A. Sorry. B. Excited. C. Worried. D. Relaxed.
I fondly remember road trips as a child, sitting in the sunny backseat of my mom's car, daydreaming about other worlds and fantastic adventures. As I’ve grown older, my daydreams have become increasingly occupied less with fantasy but more with the reality of my past and future. Nearly everyone daydreams about their future and reflects nostalgically (念旧地) or negatively on moments of the past. These moments can provide inspiration, but if you spend too much time daydreaming in this fashion, you may be reducing your success in the present.
If you've ever planned a vacation, you're familiar with the impatient days tapping at your desk, dreaming of the lazy, relaxing days to come. Unfortunately, sometimes you end up comparing the real vacation to your imagined one, and it doesn't live up to the standard. Reflecting nostalgically on the past can also prevent present enjoyment. It is equally fun to reflect on past achievements or fun events, but it's possible to be so consumed with happy memories that you miss opportunities to create more.
We've all made mistakes that we’re ashamed of；reflecting on them is an important step in correcting those mistakes and becoming a better person. But dwelling（细想）too long on your past can also be negative. If you dwell too long on a past mistake, you can begin to equate（使等同）yourself with your past and feel farther away from the person you want to be. Train your brain to think quickly about the past and future, and take only the information and inspiration that you need in order to be the best person you can without resting on your glory moments or your mistakes.
If your identity is not dependent on the past or future, every experience is new and every day is a blank page for you to write. A fun mental exercise is to always tell yourself that you’re experiencing things for the first time. So take advantage of each moment you’re given.
28. What does the author think of daydreaming?
A. It's the favorite for many kids. B. It can lead to fantastic adventures.
C. It's the major source of inspiration. D. It has both strengths and weaknesses.
29. What can we learn from Paragraph 2?
A. Past achievements strongly influence us.
B. It's important to be patient with our present life.
C. Daydreaming may make the present disappointing.
D. Reflecting nostalgically on the past brings us no pleasure.
30. What should we avoid doing according to Paragraph 3?
A. Reflecting on the past. B. Resting on our past experiences.
C. Thinking about our past mistakes. D. Feeling ashamed of our past mistakes.
31. What's the author's purpose in writing the text?
A. To tell about her childhood. B. To tell how to let go the past.
C. To suggest we focus on the present. D. To encourage us to learn from mistakes.
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 store, 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（虚拟购物车）. When you’ve done shopping, you can just leave the store. Shortly after, we’ll charge your Amazon account and send you a receipt(收据).
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.
32. How can customers take away the products in Amazon Go?
A. Ordering in advance. B. Paying by their credit card.
C. Using the Amazon Go app. D. Opening their own account.
33. In which field are the technologies similar to the one used in Amazon Go?
A. Smartphones. B. Automatic door. C. Electric bikes. D. Self-driving cars.
34. What is mainly discussed in Paragraph 4?
A. When Amazon Go opens. B. Where Amazon Go lies.
C. What Amazon Go sells. D. How Amazon Go works.
35. What is the author’s purpose in writing the text?
A. To encourage people to shop online. B. To tell people of a new concept store.
C. To advise people to work for Amazon. D. To share a happy shopping experience.
Are you suffering from FOMO—that is, Fear Of Missing Out? Research shows that a growing number of young people are with worrying reasons for their sleep and schoolwork.
36 You aren’t able to do your best unless you sleep well. Most experts agree that the optimum（最适宜）number of hours is eight, and this has been accepted as common sense for as long as I can remember. However, I was young once and know most of you get much less sleep than that.
I read an interesting article in a teachers’ magazine recently. 37 Worryingly, the results showed that teenagers are facing a new problem. They may go to bed and get up at appropriate times, but a growing number are waking up in the middle of the night, not to use the bathroom or have a snack, but because of FOMO.
According to the article, the number of students waking up during the night to check social media is growing. Afraid of missing a comment or opportunity to take part in a chat, teenagers are waking at all times of the night, going online and getting involved. 38
Experts are worried about this growing trend and the report reveals some worrying statistics: 23% of 12 to 15-year-olds wake up nearly every night to use social media. 39 One in third of the students are constantly tired and unable to function to their full capacity.
So I’d like to ask you to be responsible when it comes to social media. Switch off your devices at night. The world won’t end and your social media will be waiting to greet you in the morning! 40 .
A. But things are getting out of hand.
B. I give you my word that you won’t have missed anything important.
C. Another 15% wake up at night once a week for the same reason.
D. They did a study of 848 students in Wales.
E. FOMO is the fear that everyone else is having more fun and more excitement than you.
F. All happens when they should be sound asleep.
G. Everybody knows how important it is for students to get a good night’s sleep every night.
I believe in miracles because I’ve seen so many of them. One day, a patient was referred to me who was one hundred and two years old. “There’s a __41__ in my upper jaw,” she said. ““I told my own dentist it’s nothing, but he __42__I come to see you.”
Her eighty-year-old son accompanied her. He would __43__to add something, but she stopped him. She wanted to tell everything herself. I found that a large cancer that spread over much of the __44__ of her mouth. A careful examination later __45__ that it was a particularly bad sort of cancer.
During her next appointment, I explained to her the __46__ of the problem. She clasped my hand in hers and said, “I know you’re worried about me, but I’m just __47__ .
I thought otherwise. After considerable__ 48__ on my part, and kindness on her part because she wanted to__ 49__ me, she agreed to have me refer her to a cancer surgeon. She saw him, but as I expected, __50__ treatment.
About six months later she returned to my office, still energetic and __51__ .
“How are you?” I asked.
“I’m just fine, honey, she responded __52__ high spirits. “When can 1 get started on fixing my dentures(假牙)?”
Surprised to see her at all, I answered__ 53__ '“Let me take a look in your mouth and we’ll see about it.”
I couldn’t believe my eyes. The cancer that had __54__ nearly the entire roof of her mouth was gone—only one small area of redness __55__
I had heard of such things happening, but had __56__ seen them with my own eyes. That was my first miracle. Since then I've seen many others, because they keep getting __57__ to see. In fact, miracles are daily events for me now. And people are a miracle,__ 58__ through them we have a chance to know ourselves and to __59__ the miracles of one another.
Since my first miracle, I’ve come to understand that the time and place for a miracle is __60__ we choose to find it.
41. A. cut B. pain C. wound D, cancer
42. A. declared B. suspected C. promised D. Insisted
43. A. refuse B. continue C. attempt D. manage
44. A. roof B. come C. bottom D. surface
45. A. confirmed B. convinced C. considered D. conclude
46. A. possibility B. importance C. seriousness D. resolution
47. A. old B. sick C. fine D. glad
48. A. permission B. support C. approval D. effort
49. A. persuade B. please C. encourage D. astonish
50. A. declined B. provided C. received D. required
51. A. healthy B. elegant C. optimistic D. humorous
52. A. to B. in C. with D. by
53. A. worriedly B. confusedly C. patiently D. confidently
54. A. covered B. reached C. spread D. grown
55. A. cured B. faded C. expanded D. remained
56. A. ever B. also C. never D. already
57. A. easier B. rarer C. happier D. closer
58. A. or B. so C.yet D. for
59. A. read B. make C. keep D. see
60. A. whatever B. wherever C. whoever D. whichever
61. — What took you so long?
— I got lost. I have no of direction.
A. sense B. ability C. knowledge D. feeling
62. As is well known, many deadly accidents carelessness and irresponsibility.
A. lead to B. result from C. contribute to D. result in
63. — The water was left running all night long.
— Yes. It seemed that John . He was the last one to leave the lab.
A. was to be blamed B. was to blame
C. had been blamed D. should be blamed
64. I could have told the whole story to you if you hadn’t so often.
A. broken out B. broken in C. broken away D. broken into
65. As is known to all, it is teachers and parents who will have a big ______ on the development of children.
A. change B. affection C. influence D. impression
66. The storm left, ______ a lot of damage to this area．
A．caused B．to have caused C．to cause D．having caused
67. The murderer was brought in，with his hands _______ be hind his back．
A．being B．having tied C．to be tied D．tied
68. Reading this instructive book, .
A. tears came to his eyes B. his eyes were filled with tears
C. he burst into tears D. his eyes were full of tears
69. There was a terrible noise the sudden burst of light.
A. following B. to be followed C. followed D. being followed
70. As we joined the big crowd, I got from my friend.
A. separated B. spared C. lost D. missed
Some new car models are fashionable. Others can go a long way with only a little gas. But all are taking advantage of technology that is making driving safer and 71 (easy).
The new Ford Escape has technology that helps the car avoid crashes. A new control system changes the car’s speed 72 (keep) a safe distance from other cars on the road. It works __73__ using sensors that measure the Escape’s distance from other vehicles. 74 (drive) can connect to the Ford Escape’s electronic system with their smartphone. The phone can start and track their car from anywhere.
75 emergency vehicles are near, the Heedful Audio Alert System, or HAAS, will warn drivers. The device has a sensor 76 detects（发现）the sound of an emergency vehicle siren（汽笛）. The device then 77 (send) a warning to the driver’s phone.
A company 78 (call) Sober Steering has developed a device to stop drunken drivers. The device can detect alcohol in the skin. If the driver’s alcohol level is too high, 79 will shut down the vehicle.
Just as technology is changing life at home and at work, it 80 (change) life on the road as well.
Last Sunday, some of my classmates and I went to the West Lake for fun. I noticed an old dustman collecting rubbish throw about by visitors. He was apparently having great difficulty collect some small items, especially cigarette butts. An idea was occurred to me. Why not help him collect rubbish? Much to their joy, all my classmates agreed and were willing help. So we work hard together with the dustman and collected lots of rubbish. Then we parted but waved farewell to the thankful dustman. Tiredly as I was, I felt really happy. I truly believe we’ll have an harmonious society if everybody takes action. How a fine deed!
听力 1—5 ABCBC 6—10 AABCC 11—15 CAABB 16—20 CBAAC
阅读 21-25CDDCB 26-30ABDCB 31-35CCDCB 36-40GDFCB
完型 41-45BDCAA 46-50CCDBA 51-55CBBAD 56-60CA DDB
单选 61-65ABBBC 66-70DDCAA
语法填空 71 easier 72 to keep 73 by 74 Drivers 75 When /If / Once
76 that/which 77 sends 78 called 79 it 80 is changing
Last Sunday, some of my classmates and I went to the West Lake for fun. I noticed an old
dustman collecting rubbish throw about by visitors. He was apparently having great difficulty
collect some small items, especially cigarette butts. An idea (\was) occurred to me. Why not help
him collect rubbish? Much to their joy, all my classmates agreed and were willing^ help. So we
work hard together with the dustman and collected lots of rubbish. Then we parted but waved
farewell to the thankful dustman. Tiredly as I was, I felt really happy. I truly believe we’ll have an
harmonious society if everybody takes action. How a fine deed!
I’m more than pleased to know that you are eager to learn Chinese. Confucius Institute may be a good choice, which is intended for the Chinese learners who are not native.
Confucius Institute provides various interesting subjects. You will learn Chinese history and traditional culture as well as Chinese writing. Also, you have more chances to talk with classmates in Chinese. Besides, teachers will introduce some Chinese traditional festivals, such as the Spring Festival, Dragon Boat Day and Mid-Autumn Day. Some relevant activities will be held during different festivals, such as making dumplings or eating zongzi, where you can not only enjoy delicious meals but also have a good knowledge of Chinese life.
I hope you will find my recommendation helpful and attractive.