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例：How much is the shirt?
A. £19.15. B. £9.18. C. £9.15.
1. What does the man mean?
A. He doesn’t want cookies. B. He can’t offer any help. C. The cookies are good.
2. What’s the matter with the man?
A. His tooth makes him nervous.
B. He is having a bad toothache.
C. He ran away from the dentist’s chair.
3. What is the relationship between the two speakers?
A. Friends. B. Roommates. C. Strangers.
4. How does the man feel?
A. Comfortable. B. Hot. C. Cold.
5. What are the speakers talking about?
A. A concert. B. A rain. C. A job.
6. What does the man want the woman to do?
A. Check her schedule. B. Make a plan. C. Attend a meeting.
7. What will the woman do in a few minutes?
A. Call back. B. Go out. C. Visit the man.
8. What is the woman?
A. A driver. B. A police officer. C. A passer-by.
9. Why did the woman stop the man?
A. He turned right on red.
B. He was driving too fast.
C. He had no driver’s license.
10. What does the man want to do?
A. Ask for direction. B. Return home. C. Book a flight.
11. When will the man return from Tokyo?
A. On September 17. B. On September 10. C. On June 17.
12. How long does Flight 133 take?
A. 26 hours. B. 15 hours. C. 11 hours.
13. What will the man do tomorrow?
A. Head for the beach. B. Visit his friend. C. Buy a new car.
14. Why did the woman refuse to lend the car at first?
A. Her car is running out of gas now.
B. The man was too careless last time.
C. She needs to get it repaired.
15. What will the man need to do before returning the car?
A. Have dinner with his mom.
B. See some colleagues.
C. Fill up the car with gas.
16. When will the man probably come back home tomorrow evening?
A. By 7:30. B. By 8:00. C. By 8:30.
17. What does the man usually do on Wednesday?
A. Watch movies. B. Go running. C. Go to bed early.
18. Why does the man life weights?
A. To gain strength. B. To burn body fat. C. To increase flexibility.
19. What does the man do to burn off stress?
A. Walk the dog. B. Go for a hiking. C. To increase flexibility.
20. When does the man usually go for a walk his dog?
A. On Fridays. B. On Saturdays. C. On Sundays.
Day Trip from London
Meet your guide at Victoria Coach Station to begin your tour and board your first-class, comfortable coach. Your first stop is the Warwick Castle. Travel back through 1,000 years of history as you cross the footbridge to a bygone world of battles and ceremonies. Take a walk through the castle’s lovingly tended gardens, where some ancient leisure activities are on show in the summer months.
Next, head to Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of the famous playwright William Shakespeare. Visit Shakespeare’s Tudor era（都铎王朝时代）home, with its typical living room, bedrooms, and kitchen. After, enjoy some free time for lunch (own expense) at one of the many fine restaurants.
Then make your way to Oxford, home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world. On arrival, enjoy a walking tour of the city center. Your guide will introduce the elegant, timeworn buildings and courtyard that have inspired generations of scholarships. See the Bodleian Library and Christ Church College, where Harry Potter scenes were filmed and where Albert Einstein studied.
Next, enjoy a brief stop for refreshments before traveling through the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, an area steeped in gentle English beauty, history and heritage.
Your day trip then concludes back at Victoria Coach Station in the evening.
Departure Point: Central London
Departure Time: September to March 31: 8:45 am; April to August: 8:30 am
Return: Concludes at Victoria Coach Station
Price ranges from $122.9 to $138.9 depending on your departure dates.
Inclusions: Professional guide, Transport by air-conditioned coach, Walking Tour of Oxford, Entrance fees to Shakespeare’s Birthplace and Warwick Castle, Wi-Fi on the coach.
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Complete operator information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, is included on your voucher（收据）. Our product managers select only the most experienced and reliable operators in each destination, ensuring your peace of mind.
21. Where will you pay an extra charge?
A. On the coach. B. In Warwick Castle.
C. In Stratford-upon-Avon. D. In Oxford.
22. What is special for a summer trip?
A. A visit to Albert Einstein’s home.
B. The performance of ancient activities.
C. Participation in ancient entertainment.
D. A Harry Potter film in Christ Church College.
23. What is the purpose of the last part of the text?
A. To advertise their destinations.
B. To tell about their management.
C. To convince the possible customers.
D. To introduce their contact information.
I’m speeding through a questionnaire until I hit this question:”What strongly influenced you as a young child?” Is it too strange to say that it was the place mats（餐垫）at my childhood breakfast table?
The place mats included colorful drawings of many European cities, which dad was happy to talk about. But the one of Paris always drew extra attention. “That’s the most wonderful city in the world,” he would tell me. “The language they speak there is just like music. But in each of these cities, they all speak a different but beautiful language.” I would say almost every morning, “I want to go to these cities. Can I?” And he always gave me the same answer: “Absolutely. You can and you will.”
Dad was a great lover of Broadway musicals. He often drew me to the table with songs from them. I loved them and couldn’t wait to be a grown-up so I could go to the theater. “Will I be able to see all these shows someday?” I would ask. And dad would answer: “Of course. You can and you will.” Talking about Broadway shows often brought us to another of my dad’s great love: New York. He would list the wonderful things to do in New York. When I asked my usual question, he changed the subject for his answer. “Of course we can and we will.” And we did.
It’s been decades since I could enjoy a meal with my dad. But the impressions of our breakfast together can be seen all over my résumé（简历
）. I spent two years of graduate school in Europe. I lived in New York for 20 years. And to this day there’s never a month in which I don’t go to the theater.
So back to the questionnaire: “What strongly influenced you as a young child?” “Breakfast with my dad,” I write. “Why?” “Because he told me that I could and I would. And so I did.”
24. The author thinks his answer “the place mats” may sound ______ to others.
A. unusual B. disappointing C. casual D. unacceptable
25. What often attracted the author to the table as a young child?
A. The scenery on the mats. B. The songs from musicals.
C. The languages his dad spoke. D. The stories about New York.
26. What does the author’s résumé show?
A. He is successful in his career. B. He misses his dad very much.
C. His life is beyond expectation. D. His dad has greatly influenced him.
27. Which of the following can be the best title for the text?
A. Like Father, Like Son B. A Question that Changed My Life
C. Breakfasts that Encouraged My Dreams D. An Unforgettable Childhood Experience
The keys to reaching or staying at a healthy weight are regular exercise and good eating habits. Some people think exercise and good eating require lots off effort or planning. But that’s not true. In fact, the best way to work them into our lives is by making small changes that gradually become part of our routine.
We’ve all succeeded in making changes that are now deeply rooted in our lifestyles—learning to brush our teeth, for example. Here’s the information you need to make these other healthy habits just as easy.
Teens should get 60 minutes or more of physical activity a day. Note the word “activity”: As long as you’re getting your body moving, it doesn’t have to mean doing complex exercises or hitting the gym every day. All that matters is that each week you get the right balance of activities, including aerobics（有氧运动）, strength building, and flexibility exercise. Make exercise a habit by scheduling some every day.
On days when you have soccer practice or an aerobics class, you may have no trouble exercising for an hour or more. But most of us are busy, and 60 minutes a day of activity seems like a lot of time. The good news is that it’s OK to divide it into shorter “exercise breaks” throughout the day.
Just as you might have a healthy snack to stop yourself getting hungry, exercise snacks can keep energy levels high. So get up 15 minutes early and so dome yoga or other stretching（伸展）activity. Fast walk or jog for 15 minutes at lunch. Do the same thing after school—or walk or bike home. Add to that taking the stairs, gym class, and walking between classes during the day, and you’ve probably reached your 60 minutes.
28. What does the author want to prove by mentioning brushing teeth?
A. Lifestyles are hard to change. B. Forming healthy habits is easy.
C. Teeth are important for our health. D. Small changes make a big difference.
29. What are teens advised to do to develop exercise habits?
A. Do complex exercises. B. Go to the gym every day.
C. Balance the weekly activities. D. Schedule all activities every day.
30. How can teens achieve the exercise goal with a busy schedule?
A. Have some soccer practice.
B. Exercise 60 minutes each time.
C. Shorten your daily exercise time.
D. Break the exercise time into parts.
31. What does the underlined phrase “exercise snacks” in the last paragraph refer to?
A. Healthy food. B. Short exercise breaks.
C. Gym classes. D. The one-hour exercise.
While most consumers wish to reduce plastic waste, it’s not an easy goal to achieve. That’s because the cheap and long-lived material is found in almost every daily necessity. Now, an Indonesian-based company has come up with a delicious solution.
David Christian, the co-founder of Evoware, says after investigating various materials, the company settled on seaweed. Unlike corn, commonly used for containers, seaweed does not require water, fertilizers, or large amounts of space. According to Evoware, as much as 40 tons of seaweed can be grown in an area the size of a baseball field. Since Indonesian farmers harvest more seaweed than they can sell, it’s easy to find the material.
The seaweed packaging is safe to consume and can entirely dissolve（溶解）in hot water. While the eatable wrappers（包装纸）may not have any taste, Dubbed Ello Jello, the single-use cups invented by Evoware, are available in four tastes—orange, lychee, peppermint, and green tea. The best part? You can order the powder and make them at home! Though currently they cannot stand hot liquids, Evoware is working on making heat-resistant（耐热的）cups as well.
While the seaweed products seem like a perfect replacement, it’s a hard-sell in Indonesia. According to Christian, “The awareness and sense of urgency to minimize the use of single-use plastic is still very low. This makes our bioplastic seem unnecessary.” Also a factor is the cost, which is higher than using plastic. However, Evoware believes they can reduce the price once the company moves to mass production. Hopefully, Evoware will succeed in convincing people worldwide that switching to their products will go a long way in protecting our beautiful planet.
32. How does seaweed differ from corn?
A. It sells better. B. It’s less expensive.
C. It takes less labor to process. D. It needs less resources to grow.
33. What nature do seaweed wrappers have?
A. They melt in cold water. B. They are easy to break down.
C. They can be made at home. D. They come in several tastes.
34. What does the underlined word “they” in Paragraph 3 refer to?
A. Evoware’s current cups B. Plastic containers
C. Heat-resistant cups. D. Eatable packaging.
35. What can we infer from Christian’s words in the last paragraph?
A. The price of plastics will go down.
B. Indonesians care little about the planet.
C. It takes much effort to promote the new product.
D. The seaweed products need much improvement.
How to find a hobby
Hobbies let you explore interests outside of your line of work. They let you creative and try all kinds of new things. To pick a new hobby, read the following tips.
Examine your skills and personality（性格）. Certain hobbies require certain skill sets. If you don’t have much of patience, then maybe hand sewing isn’t something you’d enjoy. However, if you love building things, maybe you should consider a hobby like building furniture. 36
Look at what interests you. 37 Do you enjoy reading books? Maybe you want to try your hand at writing them. Do you like a cold juice at the end of the day? Maybe your hobby could be trying to make it at home. Turn what you already love into a hobby.
38 The first one try might not be the right fit. Don’t be afraid to move on and try something else. You have a right to decide when you’re not interested in something.
Say “yes”. That is, don’t be afraid to say “yes” to activities you normally bow out of. Maybe going to the art museum doesn’t sound very exciting to you, but when your friend invites you to go, give it a try anyway. 39
Improve your self-knowledge. One thing that may be preventing you trying new things is your thinking. Maybe you think you’re not brave enough for certain activities. 40 For instance, maybe you’ve always wanted to learn the guitar but didn’t think you had the talent. Sign up for a class anyway.
A. These are very natural things.
B. Anyway, play to your strengths.
C. Check out the wide variety of choices.
D. Be willing to try more than one hobby.
E. Examine what takes up your spare time.
F. Don’t be afraid to step outside those boundaries.
G. You might find a hobby you never expected to enjoy.
My 7-year-old daughter Leeny was standing in the hen house, a huge smile wrinkling her eyes—she was having fun cleaning the hen house. But I’d meant the chore（家务）to be a(n) 41 for losing a library book.
When Leeny said we could 42 pay for the book, I felt the need to make her feel responsible. Leeny agreed to help me clean the hen house 43 my paying the library fine. I thought this idea was very 44 because cleaning the hen house was something I had been 45 for months. It was summertime, and the 46 was like a mixture of vinegar and garbage. But my girl thought cleaning hen house was the most fun she’d had. She 47 ran in and out, shoveling（铲）the waste of fetching the clean straw and feed.
I stood, somewhat 48 , watching her. Is it still a punishment if the chore turns out some kind of 49 ? Did I teach her the 50 ? No, I’d failed. She did not feel 51 or responsible for the 52 library book. 53 , she looked as if she might lose another book 54 in order to clean the hen house again.
It took me a while to 55 what had happened and why my punishment had totally failed but I didn’t 56 . The 57 is that I was there, too, doing everything together with her. We talked and we laughed. I didn’t know what she had learned about 58 , but I found that I didn’t 59 the book anymore. We 60 over that disgusting job and spent quality time together: mother, daughter, and chicken poop.
41. A. apology B. punishment C. reward D. evidence
42. A. personally B. possibly C. simply D. directly
43. A. regardless of B. in case of C. except for D. in trade for
44. A. absurd B. precise C. clever D. rough
45. A. avoiding B. suggesting C. expecting D. considering
46. A. heat B. sunlight C. taste D. smell
47. A. cheerfully B. blindly C. tiredly D. cautiously
48. A. desperate B. proud C. confused D. relaxed
49. A. burden B. fun C. trouble D. success
50. A. trick B. difference C. damage D. lesson
51. A. regretful B. annoyed C. frightened D. disappointed
52. A. forgotten B. rare C. precious D. lost
53. A. Consequently B. Actually C. Certainly D. Eventually
54. A. in advance B. by mistake C. on purpose D. as usual
55. A. remember B. explain C. describe D. realize
56. A. quit B. worry C. hesitate D. admit
57. A. fact B. result C. message D. problem
58. A. failure B. responsibility C. labour D. education
59. A. care about B. search for C. argue about D. work for
60. A. bargained B. struggled C. bonded D. progressed
True friendships never fail to light up our lives. Their power could get 61 (strong) with age, and even outweigh（超过）family relationships. A research team recently discovered the large role friendships play in our lives. According to the researchers, friendships can “make a world of difference”, and even influence how we respond 62 illness.
The research contained two studies. The first one looked at survey data 63 was collected from 270,000 participants of all ages from nearly 100 countries. They 64 (ask) information about their relationships, health and happiness. The results showed that both family relationships and friendships are 65 (close) linked to better health and happiness. However, as people grow older, friendships become more important than family relationships when it comes to 66 (predict) health and happiness.
In the second study, the researchers analyzed data from 67 survey of 8,000 adults. The study’s aim was 68 (explore) if relationships are related to health problems. It 69 (turn) out that friendships have a big effect on how old adults feel. If you have supportive friends, you are more likely to be happier and free from health 70 (concern).
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My family and I went to the Summer Palace last week. Before we packed our camera, some food, clothes, umbrellas and other articles, we set up at 7 am on Saturday morning. We chose to take bus for it is not far from our home, but it is not easy to park at weekends. Touring the Kunming Lake on a beautiful decorated dragon boat, which carried you around the lake for more than one hour, was the most exciting thing. When we were at the Tower of Buddhist Incense, the lovely lake come into our view. We took many pictures while stand on top of the tower.
The Summer Palace attracts thousands of tourist every year, It is a place everyone will fall in love with it.
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and other articles, we set up at 7 am on Saturday morning. We chose to take ˄ bus for it is not far from our home,
but it is not easy to park at weekends. Touring the Kunming Lake on a beautiful decorated dragon boat, which
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Buddhist. Incense, the lovely lake come into our view. We took many pictures while stand on top of the tower.
The Summer Palace attracts thousands of tourist every year. It is a place everyone will fall in love with it.
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I have just arrived home and can’t wait to write you a letter. I am hoping to show my sincere appreciation for your kind help during my stay in America.
It is with your help that I have a better knowledge of the life and study of the students here. What impressed me most is your beautiful campus and the friendly students. What’s more, you have helped me improve my spoken English a lot. I don’t think I was as confident as I am now when talking with others in English. It’s all because of your generous help.
I really hope you can come to China so that I can do something for you in return. You are warmly welcome.
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