（考试时间：120 分钟 试卷满分：150 分）
3．回答选择题时，选出每小题答案后，用 2B 铅笔把答题卡对应题目的答案标号涂黑； 回答非选择题时，将答案写在答题卡上，写在本试卷上无效。
第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分）
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. When will the man return the car?
A. At 5:30. B. At 5:00. C. At 4:30.
2. What are the speakers talking about?
A. A fancy restaurant. B. A birthday celebration. C. A family reunion.
3. What does the woman advise the man to do with the computer?
A. Have it repaired. B. Get a second-hand one. C. Buy a new one.
4. Why does the man come to the police station?
A. To make an appointment. B. To express his thanks. C. To get his car back.
5. What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers?
A. Husband and wife. B. Patient and dentist. C. Student and teacher.
第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分）
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。
听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题。
6. What course will the man take?
A. Computer programming. B. Data progressing. C. Hardware managing.
7. Which schedule is suitable for the man?
A. On Monday evenings. B. On Tuesday evenings. C. On Thursday evenings.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 9 题。
8. What do Swedish people complain about when they visit England in winter?
A. The bad weather. B. The cold houses. C. The long night.
9. Which season does the man probably like best?
A. Winter. B. Spring. C. Summer.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。
10. How did the woman get to know about the job?
A. By listening to the morning news. B. By reading a newspaper ad.
C. By calling an employment service.
11. Why was the woman interested in the job?
A. To improve her French and Italian. B. To use her precious experiences.
C. To work close to her family.
12. What was the woman supposed to do next?
A. Send a written application as soon as possible. B. Prepare for an interview in a couple of days.
C. Read the advertisement again for more details.
听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。
13. What kind of backpack does the man lose?
A. A leather one. B. A sports one. C. A solar one.
14. Where is the pattern of the backpack?
A. On the front. B. On the back. C. On the top.
15. Which gift is for his wife?
A. Perfume. B. Sneakers. C. Gloves.
16. What does the man think of the woman?
A. Cooperative. B. Responsible. C. Humorous.
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。
17. Where is the Mocoa?
A. In the southwest of Colombia. B. In the southwest of America.
C. In the northwest of Colombia.
18. How many people were killed?
A. Over 1,000. B. Over 100. C. Over 200.
19. Why is it difficult to get to the trapped people?
A. Because many people were sleeping.
B. Because the road conditions were poor. C. Because the rain was much too heavy.
20. What is the passage mainly about?
A. A disaster in Mocoa.
B. The bad weather in America. C. A helpful government.
第二部分 阅读理解(共两节，满分 40 分)
第一节（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 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，并在答题
It is safe to say that on this week’s roundup of G.L Events This Weekend, we celebrate a legend and a major percentage of the events are organized for the annual Ferlabration Festival.Your weekend roundup starts here!!!
Electronic Soundscapes returns this year with double the music! If you enjoyed the 2015 concert at Printing Press, don’t miss the performances taking place during next week’s Ferlabration at FreedomPark programme. Enjoy the best of European and Nigerian electronic music on Friday, October 14 and Saturday, October 15.
Time: 7:00PM Fee: N500
16/16 is excited to host an intimate listening session of songs from South African artist Lindiwe Maxolo’s upcoming album on Friday, October 14th. Lindiwe Maxolo is an emerging powerful singer in the South African Jazz music industry. She has worked with South African legends such as Sibongile Khumalo, Concord Nkabide.
Tickets can be bought at the door or in advance. Tickets are limited so get them early. Time: 7:00PM
Jeun Soke (Supper Club)
Meaning ‘to eat up’ in Yoruba, Jeun Soke is Lagos’ premier supper club. We host a dinner with drinks pairings. Jeun Soke features a Taste of Asia menu. 7 courses of shared plates along with 3 cocktails. NGN 20,000 gets you food and drinks. The sans-drinks (without drinks) menu costs NGN 15,000. You are welcome to bring your own bottle of wine but that will cost a corkage fee of NGN 3,000.
Fee: N20,000 or N15,000
For reservations: 09098800995 or 08188325714.
Echoes (Closing Ceremony)
Echoes is an exhibition that includes, but is not limited to, over a hundred masks of Fela and the queen mother in diverse colors and moods and a study and display of his fashion sense and wardrobe, all of which were inspired by his struggle for freedom, human dignity, courage, to
mention a few. The closing ceremony promises to be a grand affair with an Artist’s talk and
dance performance. Cocktail will follow as the guests get to enjoy the rest of the exhibition
Time: 1:00PM – 7:00PM Fee: Open to All
21. In which event will people surely enjoy jazz music?
A. Electronic Soundscapes. B. Just Listen. C. Jeun Soke. D. Echoes.
22. How much should one with his own wine pay for a sans-drinks meal?
A. NGN 3,000. B. NGN 15,000. C. NGN 18,000. D. NGN 20,000.
23. What do we know about Echoes?
A. It offers a dinner with drinks pairings.
B. Tickets to Echoes are expensive and limited.
C. It provides the best of Nigerian electronic music. D. Masks in various colors and moods are on display.
They are probably the longest-standing and biggest rivals (对手) in international sport— Chinese badminton player Lin Dan, with his deadly smashes (扣球) and drop shots, and his Malaysian rival Lee Chong Wei, who is known for his spirit and determination.
Over the years, the two have competed with each other many times, and both have experienced victory and defeat. But Lin beat Lee the first two times they faced each other in the Olympic Games—in Beijing in 2008 and then in London in 2012.
And that was inadmissible for Lee. In fact, according to BadmintonBlaze.com, Lee once said that if he had the choice between winning an Olympic gold and beating Lin, he would absolutely choose victory over his old rival.
And he eventually did, at the 2016 Rio Games. When he beat Lin that day, Lee dropped to the floor, covered his face with his hands and looked around the stadium like a gold-medal moment although Lee eventually lost out in the final to another Chinese player, Chen Long.
All the years of trying to outdo each other have not only driven Lin and Lee to surpass (超
越) themselves as players, but also developed a special friendship between the two.
They care for and encourage each other. They invited each other to their own weddings. And right before this year’s Malaysia Open, Lee, who wasn’t able to compete there on account of his nose cancer, wrote on social networking site Facebook, “My friend Lin Dan, you have my best wishes for this Malaysian Open. If I were to hope for a non-Malaysian to win the men’s singles title, I hope that it’s you my friend, my greatest rival.”
Lin and Lee are now pushing 36 and 37 respectively—ages by which most athletes would
have retired—but they are planning to compete at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, in the hope that they can play each other once again.
It’s as Badminton Association of Malaysia vice president David Wee once said of the two,
“they bring out the best in each other”.
24. Which phrase can best describe their relationship?
A. Familiar strangers. B. Friends and enemies.
C. Colleagues and rivals. D. Teammates and competitors.
25. What does the underlined word “inadmissible” in Paragraph 3 mean?
A. Unacceptable. B. Inescapable. C. Unexpected. D. Impossible.
26. What did Lee’s reaction at the 2016 Rio Games indicate?
A. He mistakenly believed he had won the gold medal. B. He was confident to defeat Lin Dan next time.
C. He didn’t care about the Olympic gold medals.
D. He took his victory over Lin most seriously.
27. What can we learn from the passage?
A. Lin ranks second to Lee in the world badminton.
B. Lin is sure to compete against Lee at the 2020 Olympics.
C. Lee has no intention to quit playing badminton in spite of his nose cancer. D. Lee wished Lin to win the men’s singles title in this year’s Malaysia Open.
While the human world is suffering from the novel coronavirus outbreak, our planet is actually showing certain signs of “recovery” from the damage caused by human activity. According to the BBC, new satellite images released by the European Space Agency showed that levels of air pollutants and greenhouse gases have “fallen sharply” in major cities in Europe and the United States ever since the lockdown started.
This is what happened after recent discoveries in Antarctica. An international team of 89 scientists found that the ice in Greenland and Antarctica is melting six times faster in the 2010s than it was in the 1990s. And in February, Argentina’s Marambio research station in Antarctica recorded a record high temperature of 20.75 ℃ on the continent.
So what exactly will happen if the temperature keeps rising and the ice keeps melting? A
third study might give you an idea. A team of scientists drilled a hole into the seafloor in west Antarctica and extracted (提取) material from underground, in which they found traces of roots, spores and pollen—typical products of a rainforest—that dated back 90 million years ago. In other words, Antarctica was very likely a rainforest back when the dinosaurs walked on Earth. But given the fact that the South Pole has four months of darkness during winter—even millions of years ago—scientists believe that the rainforest could only exist if the greenhouse gas concentrations were extremely high back then to keep the continent warm when there was little or no sunlight.
“We didn’t know that this Cretaceous (白垩纪的) greenhouse climate was that extreme,” Johann Klages of the Alfred Wegener Institute in Germany and a co-author of the research told the Guardian. “It shows us what carbon dioxide is able to do.”
Ice or no ice, Antarctica will be—and has always been—fine with extreme changes. The human world, however, may not be.
Now, during the coronavirus lockdown, we’ve seen the changes resulting from less human activity. Hopefully, we’ll hold on to those changes—not for Antarctica or the planet, but for ourselves.
28. What does Paragraph 1 mainly tell us?
A. Our planet is returning to its original state due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. B. The lockdown of major cities contributed to the decrease of greenhouse gases.
C. The novel coronavirus has a positive effect on the human beings. D. The novel coronavirus outbreak resulted from human activity.
29. What do we learn from the third study?
A. Typical products of a rainforest were dug out in Antarctica.
B. Traces of dinosaurs living in rainforests were spotted in Antarctica.
C. There was a good possibility of high greenhouse gas concentrations in Antarctica. D. There used to be enough sunlight for the rainforest in the Cretaceous Antarctica.
30. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage?
A. Human activity doesn’t threaten life in Antarctica.
B. The ice in Antarctica is melting faster in the 2010s than now.
C. We should reduce carbon dioxide emissions for our own sake.
D. The lockdown can be carried on to slow down global warming.
31. What is the main purpose of the passage?
A. To encourage us to defeat the novel coronavirus. B. To explain the effects of greenhouse gases.
C. To draw our attention to ecosystem in Antarctica.
D. To call on us to reduce human impact on the environment.
Researchers from the MIT Media Lab, Boston Children’s Hospital, and Northeastern University used a robotic teddy bear, “Huggable”, across the Boston Children’s Hospital. More than 50 hospitalized children were divided into three groups that involved Huggable, a tablet-based virtual Huggable, or a traditional toy teddy bear. In general, the robotic Huggable improved various patient outcomes over the other two choices.
When first designed, Huggable was operated remotely by a specialist outside a child’ s room for the moment. Through software, a specialist could control the robot’ s facial expressions and body actions. The specialists could also talk through a speaker—with their voice automatically changed to sound more childlike—and monitor the participants via camera.
During the treatments involving Huggable for kids aged 3 to 10 years, a specialist would sing nursery rhymes to younger children through the robotic bear and move the arms during the song. Older kids would play the I Spy game, where they had to guess an object in the room described by the specialist through Huggable. Through self-reports and questionnaires, the researchers recorded how much the patients and families liked Huggable. A greater percentage of children and their parents reported that the children enjoyed playing with Huggable more than with the virtual figure or traditional teddy bear.
The study proved the possibility of including Huggable in the treatments for children. Results also showed that children playing with Huggable experienced more positive emotions overall. They also got out of bed and moved around more, and emotionally connected with the robot, asking it personal questions and inviting it to come back later to meet their families. “Such improved emotional and physical outcomes are all positive factors that could contribute to hospitalized children’ s better and faster recovery,” the researchers write in their study.
The study also provided a basis for developing a fully autonomous Huggable robot, which is the researchers’ final goal. In the future, that automated robot could be used to improve children’ s further treatment and care, and monitor their well-being.
32. What can we learn about Huggable?
A. It was first designed for disabled kids. B. It can make facial expressions.
C. It talks like a caring parent. D. It works automatically.
33. How did the children find Huggable?
A. Favorable. B. Conventional. C. Disappointing. D. Unhelpful.
34. How did Huggable help the hospitalized children with their treatment?
A. It improved their mental experience. B. It protected them from possible virus.
C. It gave tips on taking good care of young patients.
D. It provided up-to-date information about their diseases.
35. What is the text mainly about?
A. The fast development of robots in medical area. B. A new technology in medicine to treat children.
C. Robots’ advantages over other methods of treatment.
D. A robotic teddy bear used in caring for hospitalized children.
第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该
When you try too hard but you don’t succeed; when despite all your efforts you don’t get the results you need, give up and move on. 36 Confused? What is wrong with giving up?
Oh yes, we all have been trained and conditioned to work hard to achieve our dreams, and that is a good thing. The problem arises when all these inspirational quotes start confusing us. These messages tell people not to give up, 37 They tell one to “ try and try again” until they succeed, but that amount of effort should only be put toward what you really want in life and one should never quit at what they think to be their life’s purpose. 38 If you suck at piano and you know it’s because you don’t even like the instrument, give it up. If no matter how hard you study you can hardly score an above average grade, don’t worry, your
talent lies somewhere else. Not everybody is an A-student.
39 Find out what you are good at, what makes you happy and then work on it. If you do, no one would have to tell you or inspire you not to give up because when you love something, you keep trying until you get it right and the enthusiasm flows from within. Don’t worry about what people will say or think, after all, it’s your life. 40
A. Let go of your life goal and live in the moment.
B. You have to live it and you have to be your own boss.
C. Try to recognize your talent, your ability and your skills. D. and it proves that only efforts can make a big difference.
E. Make timely adjustment and run in the opposite directions.
F. The rest is all just there to confuse and depress you, so don’t let it.
G. but they don’t tell you that it should only apply to your true dreams.
第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分）
第一节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分；满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中，选出可以填入空白
From the moment the iron bird landed in the roaring noise of Logan Airport with its wings proudly spread, my wings withered quietly in this unfamiliar country.
“I think... I don’t know... I just want to say ...” My voice 41 into the noise of the grand dining hall of Deerfield Academy, 42 listening. Like most of the Asian students, I found myself able to 43 my head, only in math class. All this made me puzzled and
“Helen, what is your name in Chinese?” Rosie asked me one morning as I 45 my backpack onto the seat next to her.
“Gao Yuxin”, I 46 clearly in standard Chinese, slightly surprised by the 47 .
“Just interested. Can you write it there?” She 48 at the board.
I printed my name in Chinese characters “高雨莘” in the center of the board.
“ Yuxin (雨莘) is my 49 name. Yu (雨) means ‘to give rain’ and ‘xin’ means ‘many’.
‘To give rain to the many’ 50 my parents’ hope that I can nourish the many people around me.”
Mild laughter, even one or two whistles 51 from the silence. “Wow.” “Cool!”
“But I am new.” I murmured, “I think I need your 52 more than you need mine...” “So, what are the four little 53 in the character ‘rain’?” Rosie asked.
“They are rain drops.”
“ 54 I put eight dots in it?”
“Hmm...Big rain, then.” I answered 55 .
For the first time since my 56 at the school, I laughed with such abandon and my old 57 . Helen Keller, after whom I 58 myself in English—a privilege 59 for most Asian students coming West—magically managed to 60 with the world and
“ nourished the many” despite her loss of vision and hearing.
41. A. picked up B. died away C. sent out D. carried away
42. A. anybody B. somebody C. nobody D. everybody
43. A. raise B. hold C. turn D. shake
44. A. sensitive B. innocent C. conservative D. upset
45. A. seized B. cast C. dropped D. found
46. A. pronounced B. wrote C. announced D. yelled
47. A. expression B. request C. command D. question
48. A. glared B. aimed C. kept D. pointed
49. A. full B. first C. family D. original
50. A. stands by B. stands out C. stands for D. stands back
51. A. rose B. ranged C. escaped D. made
52. A. comfort B. help C. sympathy D. contribution
53. A. characters B. signs C. signals D. dots
54. A. How about B. How come C. What if D. What about
55. A. carefully B. jokingly C. frankly D. angrily
56. A. arrival B. departure C. application D. approach
57. A. patience B. caution C. ease D. interest
58. A. taught B. prepared C. devoted D. named
59. A. reserved B. swapped C. served D. compensated
60. A. communicate B. consult C. discuss D. live
第二节（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分）
Weddings are generally considered personal events, but some couples in India are more than happy to have strangers all over the world attend 61 (they) traditional weddings, for a fee.
62 (pay) hundreds of dollars to attend the wedding of two strangers in a 63 (total) foreign country may seem strange to some people, but according to a company specializing in wedding tourism, it is “the 64 (culture) immersion (渗透)” for tourists to experience many elements of Indian culture. Clients get to put on traditional Indian clothing, taste local food, take part in beautiful wedding customs, which will usually create 65 unique atmosphere for the clients. As for the couples getting married, they get to share the happiest day of their lives not just with family and friends, 66 with the world.
Tourists 67 (interest) in attending a traditional Indian wedding through JMW have to pay a fee of $150 for the one-day attendance, or $250 for two days, 68 covers the entrance to the wedding plus food and drinks, as well as a person to welcome them and explain all the traditional customs.
So far, feedback from both tourists and Indian couples 69 (appear) to be very positive. “The 70 (contribute) I made was the best and easiest way to thank the couple for their hospitality and this extraordinary experience,” one Hungarian tourist said. Couples, on the other
hand, are excited to know people from other countries.
第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分）
第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）
假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中 共有 10 处错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。
删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下画一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1．每处错误及其修改均仅限一词；
2．只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。
The forest of my hometown is beautiful no matter how the season is. I was driving slowly in this morning when I saw a deer live in the woods appear in the middle of the road. I came to the full stop, and we stared at each other. His eyes seemed wisely. He had been in this world for some month and I didn’t want end his life. Finally, I motioned with my hand for him to go on. Having seen anything to fear, he jumped across the road. I drive on smiling at the magic of this moment but thanked God that I had been going slowly not to hit this beautiful creature.
第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分）
3. 注意事项。 注意：
1. 词数 100 左右；
3. 参考词汇：孔子 Confucius 儒家思想 Confucianism