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英 语 试 题
第 Ⅰ 卷
1．What time may Peter come?
A. At 3:15 B. At 3:45 C. At 2:45
2．What will the woman do with the note?
A. Type it into the computer. B. Copy it herself.
C. Persuade Tom to copy it for her.
3．What will the woman do this afternoon?
A. See a movie. B. Repair her glasses.
C. Buy a new pair of glasses.
4．What will the two speakers do first?
A. Go to the concert. B. Go home for dinner.
C. Eat in a restaurant.
5．What does the woman suggest?
A. Cooking at home. B. Eating out at McDonald’s.
C. Buying food together with the man.
6．Why has the woman decided to move to the city?
A. There is too much traffic on the way to work.
B. She can afford to rent an apartment.
C. She likes living in the city.
7．What does the woman like her rented apartment best?
A. The rent is not high.
B. It has a parking area.
C. She can keep her pet cat.
8．Where is the woman going?
A. A bookstore. B. The MacDonald’s C. The shopping center.
9．How will the woman get there?
A. By bus. B. On foot. C. By taxi.
10. Where does this conversation most probably take place?
A. On a bus. B. On the street. C. At a store.
11. What sports was the man good at in high school?
A. Volleyball. B. Baseball. C. Basketball.
12. What can we learn about the woman?
A. She likes sports.
B. She is quiet.
C. She is addicted to computer games.
13. What does the man hope to get for his birthday?
A. A computer. B. A baseball. C. A camera.
14. How does the woman pay for her school?
A. Her parents pay for her. B. She has a part-time job.
C. She won a scholarship.
15. Where does the man work?
A. At a restaurant. B. At the campus. C. At a hotel.
16. What does the man think of his job?
A. Unhappy. B. Satisfying. C. Tiring.
17. What is the passage mainly about?
A. Sleep problems. B. Eating habits. C. Healthy diets.
18. What will happen if you keep turning around on a sleepless night?
A. Relax yourself.
B. Find a comfortable sleeping position.
C. Your heart rate will increase.
19. What may cause sleepless nights?
A. Take regular exercise.
B. Drink some coffee before bed.
C. Sleep late on weekends.
20. What is advised to help you sleep better?
A. Eat some dairy products.
B. Take some sleeping pills.
C. Find a comfortable sleeping position.
Ballet Hawaii Spring Showcase
Join Ballet Hawaii for a celebration of dance and a culmination of achievements made during the 2017/18 school year. Students will be showing their talent with a variety of performances from classical ballet to modern, and hip hop. Tickets are $24 Saturday and $19 Sunday.
Head down to Kapipolani Park for Waikiki Artfest! Handcrafters & Artisans Alliance hosts about 60 fine artists who create and display their own unique works. Artworks include jewelry, fabric art, woodwork, ceramic arts, soaps and lotions, photography and fine art to include watercolors and acrylic artworks.
Creative Critters Summer Camp
A fun and fantastic way to introduce youngsters to the exciting world of theater! Campers explore music, dance, rhythm and storytelling while building self-confidence, speaking skills and a sense of self through song, dance and creative play. Tuition is $195/week or $350 for both sessions.
Flight School Adventure
Flight School Adventure is a five-day adventure in the history and technology of aviation(航空) for 6-8th graders. Students enjoy immersive(虚拟现实的), hands-on activities with an emphasis on Pacific aviation and fun. Cost: $330 per student. The adventure is for boys only.
21. How much will you pay at least if you want see students talent show?
A. $ 24. B. $19. C. $195. D. $330.
22. What can you achieve at Creative Critters Summer Camp?
A. Learn to fly a plane. B. Learn to make artwork.
C. Improve speaking skills. D. Make $195 a week.
23. What is special about Flight School Adventure?
A. Only boys can join in it. B. It costs the most.
C. It is the most exciting. D. It is a talent-showing stage.
Faulk and her son, Josiah Duncan, were eating dinner at a local Waffle House when they noticed a man with his bike holding a bag outside the restaurant.
Noticing that the man wasn’t clean, Josiah started doing what children do: asking his mom a lot of questions.
“He’s homeless,”Faulk told her son. But Josiah didn’t know what that meant.
“Well, that means he doesn’t have a home,” Faulk said.
Faulk said he was most troubled by the fact that the man looked hungry.
Josiah told his mother that she should buy the man a meal, which she agreed to do.
He came in and sat down, and nobody really waited on him. Josiah jumped up and asked him if he needed a menu because he couldn’t order without one.
While the man started out by choosing a low-cost burger, they told him to order whatever he wanted. “Can I have bacon?” was his question. Faulk told him to get as much bacon he wanted.
But before he took his first bite, Josiah insisted he say a blessing(祝福) with him. With 11 other patrons watching, Josiah sang the blessing as loudly as he could, bringing everyone at the waffle house to tears,
“The man cried. I cried. Everybody cried,” Faulk said. “You never know who the angel on Earth is, and when the opportunity comes you should never walk away from it,” Faulk said in her email to CNN. “Watching my son touch the 11 people in that Waffle House tonight will be forever one of the greatest achievements as a parent I’ll ever get to see.”
24. How did Josiah feel when he noticed the homeless man?
A. He was curious about him. B. He felt great pity for him.
C. He felt troubled by him. D. He was angry with him.
25. What worried Josiah most about the man?
A. He was dirty. B. He didn’t have a home.
C. He was hungry. D. He wasn’t served.
26. What does the underlined word mean?
A. Customers. B. Waiters. C. Homeless men. D. Owners.
27. What can we infer from the last paragraph?
A. Josiah became an angel.
B. Josiah’s mother is proud of him.
C. Josiah teaches his mother a lesson.
D. Josiah touched everyone to tears.
Nearly 92 percent of people in China can access accurate knowledge about traditional Chinese medicine ( TCM ) in daily life, according to a study released on Thursday. But only 12.8 percent of them have at least a basic level of knowledge about TCM, said the study by the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
It said seniors(老年人), who usually show great interest in TCM therapies, actually know the least. The study analyzed questionnaires(问卷调查) from more than 87,000 people aged 15 to 69 across the country. “The questionnaire is made up of 140 easy questions. For example, it gave a picture of some well-known acupuncture(针灸) points that are good for health and fitness. It let people choose which one was the famous Yongquan acupoint,” said Tan Wei, associate professor of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.
“Those results were not accidental. The majority of older people didnt get enough education,” Tan told China Daily. “In addition, they simply can’t tell true medical knowledge or skills when looking through Chinese medicine information on the Internet or smart phones.
“The younger generation’s ability to understand is much stronger than the elderly and they can absorb medical knowledge a lot easier,” she added.
The research also suggested that the level of TCM knowledge rose with education and income. “The study shows our citizens know more and more about traditional Chinese medicine, compared with a similar study in 2014,” said Zha Dezhong, spokesman of the administration.
“Mass media play an important role in spreading knowledge about Chinese medicine. Nearly 86 percent of people accessed TCM knowledge through media including newspapers and books but especially TV, which takes up the biggest proportion(比例)” he said.
The research also showed a gap in TCM knowledge between urban and rural areas. “Although the gap between urban and rural areas is getting smaller, we will still focus more on the underdeveloped areas and old people,” Zha said. “We will fully use the research to promote the spread of knowledge in China.”
28. Which of the following can be the best title of the passage?
A. Most lack basic TCM knowledge
B. TCM interested population is on the rise.
C. Senior citizens are best interested in TCM.
D. TCM knowledge gap is becoming smaller.
29. Why do older people have the least knowledge of TCM?
A. They are too old to learn.
B. They can’t answer the questions.
C. They are not well educated.
D. They can’t access the Internet.
30. What matters the most in the spreading of TCM knowledge?
A. Newspapers. B. Books. C. TV. D. The Internet.
31. What will the TCM administration do next?
A. Do more questionnaires.
B. Do more research into TCM.
C. Help the old get good education.
D. Further narrow the gap of TCM knowledge.
As humans encroach (侵入) more and more on wildlife habitats, animals are finding that the best way to survive isn’t to pack up and move—
it’s to adapt to the night life. A variety of previously daytime animals such as foxes, deer, and boars have become active at night to avoid human activity out of fear. But this nighttime switch comes with its own risks.
Researchers looked at how 62 species of animals on six continents changed their behavior in response to human activities such as hunting, farming, and development. The studies employed various technologies to follow the animals, from GPS trackers to motion-activated cameras.
Once night falls, the animals surveyed became far more active than they were before humans arrived, hunting and looking for food in the dark. For example, animals that used to split their activity evenly between day and night typically increased their nighttime activity to 68%.
The team also found the animals responded similarly to these human encroachments, regardless of whether human activity directly affected them. So, a deer might become more active at night simply because it sees humans hiking nearby, not because it’s being hunted.
The researchers believe these nighttime behaviors not only allow humans and animals to coexist more peacefully, they may be able to give us hints as to how to plan conservation efforts accordingly, such as limiting human activity during times when a specific species is more active. But moving to the nightlife could also have downsides for these animals. A nighttime lifestyle can decrease an animal’s ability to hunt and find food successfully and can even affect its ability to find a mate. Switching to a nighttime lifestyle can affect natural patterns of life even if these animals are doing so to reduce their interaction with humans. So, just because animals are becoming more active at night doesn’t mean they’ve escaped the influence of humans.
32. Why are animals becoming more active at night?
A. It is easier to find food at night.
B. It is easier to escape being hunted.
C. They can be less affected by human.
D. They have got used to nightlife.
33. How did the researchers find the animals’ behavioral changes?
A. They followed and watched the animals.
B. They used modern technologies.
C. They compared different animals.
D. They found more animals at night.
34. What can we infer from the fourth paragraph?
A. Any human encroachment can affect animals.
B. Animals can be affected only when being hunted.
C. Deer can get used to nightlife easily.
D. Animals should stay away from humans.
35. What is the passage mainly about?
A. The benefits and risks of animals’ nightlife style.
B. Animals have their own ways to get used to life changes.
C. Animals should be well protected before it is too late.
D. Animals move to nightlife due to human encroachments.
Life can be stressful; sometimes youll have to deal with ongoing stress positively. Stress can have a variety of causes such as family problems, job problems, financial difficulties, poor health, or even the death of someone close to you. It is important to recognize the causes and take steps to deal with the root of the problem. 36 . You can ask for help from a friend and, if necessary, a professional.
Learn to relax. Relaxing your body, by whatever natural means, is a great way to reduce stress. 37 It can take a long time. In most cases, try not to fix on the stress itself while youre relaxing. Think of something placid and tranquil, or think of nothing in particular. Let your body tell your mind that everything is okay.
Get enough sleep. Give your body the sleep it wants, and your stress levels will reduce. 38 Young children and older adults need more, about 9-10 hours of sleep per night. If youre not getting enough sleep, your body will use stress to keep you active and alert in the absence of stored energy.
39 Often when youre stressed, you can look at your schedule and see that you are lacking time for doing your favorite activities. Whether it is drawing, writing, reading, playing sports, or cooking, set aside time on a daily basis to do those things you enjoy.
Avoid negative thinking. 40 . Write down even the simplest things that you have and enjoy: a roof over your head, a bed to sleep on, quality food, warmth, security, good health, friends or family. Admit that not everyone has these things.
A. You are not alone.
B. Do things you love.
C. Develop as many hobbies as you can.
D. Most importantly, don’t battle stress alone.
E. Don’t expect your stress to immediately disappear.
F. Most adults need at least 7-8 hours of sleep per night.
G. Think of the positive and count your blessings in your life.
A couple of days ago I was standing in line at the bank. A young 41 girl was behind me with a jar 1/3 filled with 42 . It probably totaled $5. I commented to her that she was supposed to wait 43 it was completely filled before cashing it in. She said that she didn’t have any money in her 44 and that she had to cash it in now. I 45 being a poor college student myself 30 years ago at Brigham Young University.
So, when I got to the teller, I told her to 46 $50 from my account and put it into her account with her coins when the girl came up for her transaction(办理). The teller asked me, “Why? Do you know her?”. I 47 that I did not but that it seemed to me she needed the money 48 I did and I was just “Paying it 49 ”.
The teller told me that was one of the nicest things she had 50 seen. I left feeling 51 . And, I secretly asked my God to 52 both the young lady and myself because I have 53 too.
Tonight, at the 54 of my work week, my last customer was the 55 to my silent prayer（祈祷）. Their dinner check was only $49 but they 56 me $50—the same 57 that I had given to the young lady 58 this week! They tipped me not the 59 18% - 20% but a full 100%! Someone“paid it forward”back to me! I felt blessed!
Remember, “Paying it forward” will eventually 60 to you! Everyone have an awesome week ahead!
41. A. sales B. college C. smart D. beautiful
42. A. coins B. checks C. notes D. money
43. A. if B. when C. after D. until
44. A. jar B. bank C. account D. card
45. A. remembered B. forgot C. valued D. missed
46. A. save B. draw C. exchange D. break
47. A. whispered B. shouted C. thought D. replied
48. A. rather than B. less than C. more than D. other than
49. A. backward B. forward C. back D. earlier
50. A. ever B. even C. never D. seldom
51. A. stressed B. regretted C. good D. stupid
52. A. pay B. pity C. love D. bless
53. A. daughters B. bills C. challenges D. debts
54. A. beginning B. sight C. invitation D. end
55. A. answer B. award C. solution D. applicant
56. A. tipped B. robbed C. rewarded D. gave
57. A. number B. money C. amount D. gift
58. A. later B. earlier C. after D. towards
59. A. fixed B. legal C. little D. usual
60. A. dated back B. come up C. come back D. pay back
第 Ⅱ 卷
A violent earthquake struck Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on Monday 24 February, 2003, 61 killed as many as 240 people and injured 600, 62 (leave) tens of thousands of more homeless.
Luckily, the earthquake happened in the daytime after people had already left home 63 work or school. Many people 64 ( save )because they were outside. Fortunately, all the school children were taking part in 65 ceremony in the street and many adults were working in the fields when it struck.
“My family had just finished breakfast when the house started shaking and we heard a loud noise. I 66 (immediate) pushed my grandchildren out of the door to safety before the house fell down.” said a local woman. Sadly, her neighbors were 67 (little) lucky: both parents died while their three children were seriously injured.
Fortunately, rescue workers 68 (arrive) very quickly. By Tuesday most of the injured had received medical care or had gone to hospital, and by Wednesday thousands of tens, camp beds and warm quilts had arrived and all the 69 (survivor) had somewhere to sleep. The next step was 70 ( bring ) drinking water supply and electricity back to normal as soon as possible.
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Tom and Eric,which often played together,fought hardly with each other for a certain reason.
Tom came crying to tell her father that he was beaten by Eric, and neither did Eric. Being angry,
both fathers led their son to demand ∧ apology. They met each other half way. The two fathers
argued with each other angry with Tom and Eric separately standing behind and watching. Both
fathers wouldn’t apologize to each other but began to fight. However, the two boys already
made up of and stood side by side, watching their fathers fighting. Soon, they get tired of the
fighting and began to play games on the ground, leave the two fathers fighting on.
How have you been recently? I’m happy to know you are interested in our student clubs and I am writing to tell you something about them.
There are a variety of student clubs in our school, such as basketball club, computer club and so on. These clubs are set up to meet the various interests of the students. The club that I am in is the Chinese Poetry Club, where we learn, write and share poems. Not only have I learnt so much about poems that can’t be learnt from books, but I have made some new friends there. It is really amazing!
How about the student clubs in your school? I’m looking forward to your reply.
W: Is Peter here?
M: No, he should arrive here at 3:15. But he might be half an hour late because of the traffic jam.
W: Tom, your handwriting is much better than mine. Would you please copy this note for me? I need two copies.
M: That’s a lot of work. You can just use the computer.
W: Good idea. I never thought of that.
M: I telephoned to see if you’d like to go to the movie this afternoon.
W: I’d really like to, but I just broke my glasses and I’ve got to get another pair before the shop closes.
W: I want to go to the concert tonight, but it starts at 7 and I have to work until 5. There won’t be enough time to go home for dinner.
M: I’ve got an idea. I’ll pick you up after work and we’ll eat downtown. That will give us plenty of time to go to the concert.
W: Sounds good.
W: Mike, there’s not much left in the refrigerator.
M: Well, I might be able to pick up a few things after work, but I have to be back rather late today.
W: In that case, we’ll eat out at McDonald’s.
M: OK. See you there at 8:00.
W: I’ve decided to move from the suburbs into the city. The drive to work during the rush hour is really killing me.
M: I know what you mean. But living in town can be pretty expensive.
W: That’s true, but I found a nice apartment only about a mile away. The rent is reasonable, and it’s the perfect size. Parking isn’t a problem. The best part is that they allow pets.
M: Oh, right! I almost forgot about your cat. Well, it sounds perfect. Let me know if you need any help.
W: Excuse me. Could you tell me the way to the Alelo Bookstore?
M: Certainly. Go down this street until you reach the corner, and then turn right. Keep walking until you see the shopping center. Another right turn and you will see the MacDonald’s. The Alelo Bookstore is right at the opposite of it. You can’t miss it.
W: How long will it take?
M: About 30 minutes.
W: Seems not within walking distance. Can I take a bus?
M: Well, no bus takes you straight there. You have to change buses. Taxis will be more convenient.
W: Well, I will walk. Thank you so much.
M: You are welcome.
W: Hello, Dan, nice to see you here!
M: Nice to see you.
W: By the way, what do you like to do in your spare time?
M: I like to play sports.
W: Which sports do you play the most----volleyball, basketball, football or baseball?
M: The last one. When I was in high school, I played it very well.
W: You are more active than I am. I like reading, listening to music and surfing the Internet on my computer.
M: I don’t know much about computers. All I have is a typewriter.
W: Really? But you can’t get on the Internet with that.
M: That’s right. I use the library’s computers when I read my e-mail.
W: I know what you need for your birthday!
W: Allen, what do you study at university?
M: Hotel management.
W: Well, what do you hope to do after you graduate?
M: Ur--- I haven’t decided for sure. But I think I would like to work for a hotel or travel agency in this area. How about you?
W: Well, when I first started college, I wanted to study French, but I realized that I might have a hard time finding a job using the language, so I changed to computer science. With the right skills, I think it shouldn’t be as difficult to land a job in the computer industry.
M: So did you have a part-time job to support yourself through school?
W: Well, fortunately for me, I received a full scholarship that pays for all my tuition and books.
M: Wow, that’s great.
W: Yea, how about you? Are you working your way through school?
M: Yea, I work as a waiter three times a week at a restaurant near my campus.
W: What do you think of your job?
M: It’s OK. The other workers are friendly and pay is not bad.
Do you have trouble sleeping at night? Then maybe this is for you. When you worry about getting to sleep and keep turning around, trying to find a comfortable position, you are probably making matters worse. When you do that, your heart actually beats faster, making it more difficult to relax.
You may also have some bad habits that lead to the problem. Do you often rest in the day? Do you get very little exercise? Do you exercise a lot late in the day? Do you sleep late on weekends? Any or all of these might be leading to your sleeplessness, influencing your body’s natural clock. What should you do then, on these sleepless nights? Never take sleeping pills. They can actually make it worse later. The best thing is to drink milk or eat cheese. These are rich in a kind of acid and help produce a chemical in the brain that controls sleep. That will help you relax, and you will be on your way to getting a good night’s sleep. Until tomorrow’s broadcast, this has been another in the series Tips for Good Health.