例：How much is the shirt?
A. £19.15. B. £9.18. C. £9.15.
1. What happened to the man last week?
A. He hurt his knee.
B. He hurt his hand.
C. He missed the badminton match.
2. Where is Lary now?
A. In his office. B. At home. C. In a classroom.
3. What does the man prefer doing?
A. Dancing. B. Walking. C. Singing.
4. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. What movie to sec. B. Where to see a movie. C. Where to park a car.
5. What are the speakers probably?
A. Drivers. B. Teachers. C. Doctors.
6. What is the man going to do?
A. See Mary off. B. Look for his bag. C. Take a trip.
7. Where are the speakers?
A. At the airport. B. At the bus stop. C. At the train station.
8. What did Samuel invite the woman to do?
A. Go to a party. B. Go shopping. C. Have dinner.
9. What does the woman still want to buy for Samuel?
A. A hat. B. Some flowers. C. Some sweets.
10. What does the woman think of the test tomorrow?
A. It will be easy. B. It will be difficult. C. It will be just so-so.
11. When does the film begin?
A. At 4:00. B. At 4:15. C. At 4:50.
12. Where docs the man want to go after the film?
A. To the school. B. To the ice cream shop. C. To the bookstore.
13. Who is Jason?
A. The guide of the trip.
B. The woman’s husband.
C. The woman’s friend in Bali.
14. What is Bali famous for according to the man?
A. Surfing and diving.
B. Buildings and bridges.
C. Bungee jumping and shopping.
15. When will the man call the woman?
A. In one day. B. In two days. C. In three days.
16. What does the man need to make a reservation (预定)？
A. The woman’s ID card.
B. The woman’s bank card.
C. The woman’s driving license.
17. What is the big hall mainly used as?
A. A reading room. B. A classroom. C. A gym.
18. Where is the speaker’s office?
A. Opposite the library.
B. Beside the from desk.
C. Behind the water machine.
19. How often do children use the computer room?
A. At least once a day.
B. At least twice a day.
C. At most once a week.
20. What is the speaker doing?
A. Talking to the performers.
B. Introducing the school students.
C. Showing the people around the school.
If you’ve decided to invest (投资) overseas, you may be wondering which countries are the best, and which countries will give you the biggest returns. In some locations, investment is easier than others. Here are the top 4 best countries to invest in housing:
A charming hillside area, Abruzzo makes for a great investment. This beautiful place has lots of local housing resources, and you can buy a home that needs just $ 45,000. With proper repair, selling for at least four times that much, you can easily make money.
Central America’s Argentina’s tourism is popular, so it has a lot to offer locals and tourists alike. This coastal country is affordable, too, especially in the busy city of Buenos Aires. As the city is rapidly expanding, now it’s time to get this hot investing opportunity.
In the south of the border, you can find unbelievable investment. Playa del Carmen will give you the most for your money. Plus its tourism is popular and it’s a nice place to visit and easily accessible from the United States.
Historic and lively, Panama is a safe place for shopping. You’ll enjoy great tax (税金) benefits in Panama. Panama does not charge income tax for the first 10 years of your investment.
No matter where you choose to buy, these four countries will provide you with a great location and return on investment.
21. What do Argentina and Mexico have in common according to the text?
A. Their tourism is popular.
They are rapidly expanding.
C. They lie on the United States.
D. Their natural resources are extremely rich.
22. Which of the following has an advantage in tax policy in investment?
A. Italy. B. Mexico. C. Argentina. D. Panama.
23. What’s the purpose of the text?
A. To introduce some tourist attractions.
B. To show different building styles in the world.
C. To introduce some countries for investment in housing.
D. To show four famous countries for tourists to buy clothes.
Sweetie is a big dog who spends every Friday of the month in the Children’s Area of our local library. Earlier today, I was so lucky to be nearby when she was partnering with a boy who was reading mystery of Magic Tree House. Every time Sweetie listened to the boy reading the most challenging words, she would softly lick (舔) his hand which was holding the book. With his mom in the background, Sweetie and the young boy shared a 10-minute happy partnership, and he was rewarded by Sweetie’s great attention to his every word.
Next Sweetie had an appointment with the twins who took turns reading poetry. With each girl giggling over the funny words, Sweetie was also smiling with her tongue dropping a bit as they each read. After the 10-minute interaction was done, each girl gave Sweetie a gentle hug and were rewarded by Sweetie’s foreleg bow.
In speaking with Sweetie’s owner and transportation “captain”, I learned that Sweetie had been specially trained to work as a service dog. She has retired (退休) after a career of wonderful service, and now she is “in her sunset years’* in her service at the library.
Sweetie has a special resting carpet behind the scenes in the Children’s Area, so that she can refresh herself with fresh water and some food when she is tired and hungry. This is Sweetie’s third summer that she has been the “regular” partner. On Fridays from 2 pm〜4 pm, Sweetie is ready to listen and act as n devoted partner.
24. What do we know about Sweetie?
A. She is stupid. B. She dislikes children.
C. She likes playing tricks on people. D. She is a good listener.
25. How did the boy feel when Sweetie listened to him reading?
A. Frightened. B. Happy. C. Confused. D. Upset.
26. What does the underlined word “giggling” in Paragraph 2 probably mean?
A. Crying loudly. B. Keeping silently.
C. Speaking in a rude way. D. Laughing in a silly way.
27. Which of the following can best describe Sweetie?
A. Friendly. B. Lazy. C. Honest. D. Violent.
On Monday, April 17, 2017, a unique partnership between Saint Agatha and Phalanx Family Services began. Saint Agatha is a primary school and day care program. Phalanx Family Services is a full-service, nonprofit (非盈利的) organization offering various programming for in-need families living in Chicago.
Thirteen in-school youths, between the ages of 16〜18, started training as young reporters in an eight-week camp organized by the two organizations. The program is designed to teach them how to become city reporters. After completing the program successfully, they will receive a job reporting for one of nine online news about the project.
The very thought of 13 youths’ improving reading and writing levels and hunting for career opportunities in journalism (新闻业) is exciting! Imagine. Chicago youths report positive and inspiring stories about the happenings around Chicago’s black and brown communities, which are much better than frightening stories coming from local and national medium.
I admire Saint Agatha and Phalanx Family Services for training youths in a needed skill set. As I see it, technology has harmed youths’ reading and writing abilities. My father often says, “Youth is wasted on the young. “It sounds like the wisdom of the old. But Saint Agatha offers training and the opportunity for youths to take an active part in reporting the happenings and events they experience day to day in order to prove students don’t waste youth.
28. What is the main purpose of the eight-week camp?
A. To improve students’ interest in study.
B. To help students become more independent.
C. To teach youths how to become city reporters.
D. To let youths know about their local culture and customs.
29. What does Saint Agatha mainly show to us?
A. What our father said is right.
B. Youth is not wasted by students.
C. Technology harms youths’ reading and writing abilities.
D. Technology provides the youth with more opportunities
30. The underlined word “It” in the last paragraph refers to “ ”.
C. Youth is wasted on the young
D. Reporting the happenings and events
31. What can be inferred from the text?
A. The author is in favor of the eight-week camp.
B. Phalanx Family Services is aiming to make money.
C. The history of the city is mainly recorded by youths.
D. The thirteen in-school youths unwillingly completed the program.
As any person suffering from lack of sleep knows, dark circles under the eyes usually stand out after a bad night’s sleep.
But why do people get these dark eye bags? The answer is both genetic (that is, relating to your DNA) and environmental (a result of your everyday living, such as rubbing your eyes or getting too little sleep), said Dr. Carol Clinton, a skin-care researcher in Dublin, Ohio.
But “the biggest reason is genes.” Clinton told Live Science. Eye bags are generally more noticeable in people who, because of genes, have thin or pale skin. When people are tired or very nervous, blood circulation in the eye area becomes slow, allowing blood to pool there. Clinton said. Capillaries (毛细血管) stand out, leading to dark eye circles, she said.
Besides, eye bags result from eyes’ fat moving forward. An age-connected increase in fat beneath the eyeballs leads to eye bags. “Anyway, when your eyes’ fat is moving forward, you may think about having an operation in that area,” Clinton said, “A person can get 9 hours of sleep a night, but still have eye bags because of a genetic development.”
In other cases, environmental problems cause eye bags. For example, allergies (过敏) — especially seasonal allergies—can cause capillaries to stand out. Getting too much sun can also damage and thin the skin, making dark circles under the eyes easy to see. Besides, eating salty foods can cause the body to hold more water, which makes eye bags worse, according to the Mayo Clinic.
32. In Clinton’s opinion, what is the main cause of the formation of dark eye bags?
A. Genes. B. Habits.
C. Age. D. The environment.
33. What can rid you of your eye bags according to the text?
A. Getting much sun.
B. Drinking plenty of water.
C. Having an operation on the fat in the eye area.
D. Slowing your blood circulation in the eye area.
34. What can we learn from the text?
A. It’s possible to change genes.
B. Rubbing your eyes might cause dark eye bags.
C. People with thick skin don’t get dark eye bags.
D. You can’t get dark eye bags if you get enough sleep.
35. What’s the best title for the text?
A. What Can You Do to Protect Your Eyes?
B. The Importance of Sleep to People’s Health
C. Several Measures to Remove Your Eye Bags
D. Why Do People Gel “Bags” Under Their Eyes?
One of the primary things international leaders need today is the ability to manage cultural differences. 36 . So in order to get the best out of any multicultural team, leaders should keep the following tips in mind.
Try and communicate with your team face to face as much as you can. Nothing replaces face-to-face communication, as it allows you to read body language, judge levels of understanding, and build relationships.
Be clear about your own cultural profile (简况). Only when you are clear about your cultural profile and how it influences your work, your communication style, feelings and actions, can you direct your team. 38 .
39 . Make sure you are responsible for your actions and honest in your dealings with others. Do you do what you promise? Breaking your promise will destroy trust and credibility every time.
Stale the rules of the game
40 . The rules of the game have to be discussed and people need to be comfortable with their own roles. The team leader must act as a safe base, so members know who to turn to.
A. Communicate face to face
B. Try not to make mistakes
C. Trust builds over time and with every action
D. There is no need to communicate with your team
E. Rules and roles have to be set and understood by everyone
F. Today’s leaders have to work in both international and cross-cultural environments
G. This approach to your own cultural identity can help improve your team’s performance
I am doing 92 acts of kindness this month in memory of my grandma. Just a few days before Christmas, she passed away. It is deeply 41 for me to see the kindness and love having a good 42 in the world in her name. It feels like she can still do good 43 in the world even though she is gone.
I have 44 so many of this community’s stories on the websites. I am 45 by so many creative, actively kind and world-changing people, who are sharing their 46 . I am writing to request their help in 47 my goal of doing 92 48 acts---one for every year of my grandma’s life.
I wrote something on my website: “I am asking for those of you who are willing to 49 . Would you please do an act of kindness in my grandmother’s 50 ? It doesn’t have to be big. Just a 51 act of love will be 52 appreciated. And I beg you to 53 me about your act so I can track and record it, and find out the 54 of kind acts to be done.”
So far, we’ve had nearly 30 acts of kindness since I 55 a few days ago. You can go to my 56 , where 1 am making live updates each time I or someone else does an act of kindness. Please help me 57 the world with goodness and kindness.
You have no idea how 58 and amazing it feels to read about these acts of kindness 59 on behalf (代表) of my grandma each day. Let’s keep 60 the world for better together and making a difference!
41. A. modest B. fortunate C. meaningful D. considerate
42. A. effect B. fame C. survey D. example
43. A. tasks B. deeds C exercise D. research
44. A. ignored B. experienced C. hated D. read
45. A. inspired B. entertained C. puzzled D. confused
46. A. warnings B. suggestions C. stories D. comments
47. A. expanding B. reaching C. observing D. limiting
48. A. bad B. honest C. foolish D. kind
49. A. argue B. help C. unite D. advertise
50. A. name B. favour C will D. way
51. A. big B. weak C. humorous D. small
52. A. slightly B. regularly C. greatly D. hardly
53. A. tell B. appreciate C. invite D. blame
54. A. cash B. rest C. explanation D. form
55. A. graduated B. left C. started D. stayed
56. A. house B. office C. website D. homeland
57. A. come across B. stare at C. end up D. light up
58. A. wonderful B. hopeless C. terrible D. rude
59. A. surviving B. happening C. disappearing D. decreasing
60. A. designing B. respecting C. representing D. changing
Amber, A Very Special Young Lady
Amber is one such singer, who loves music and devotes herself to being a part of the artistic culture. This season will mark the 61 (three) year with JCC (青年商会).
Amber is being raised by her grandmother. She faced many challenges in her early life. She did not talk until she was four years old. Her grandmother had her tested for various developmental issues. School was a struggle. She always felt different 62 everyone else. But a light began to shine in primary school when her music teacher took special note that Amber had 63 gift for music.
When it 64 (be) lime for Amber to enter middle school, her grandmother was concerned that she would fall behind even farther. She made the 65 (decide) to let her go to the Greenwood School where her special needs could 66 (meet). But Amber did not give up music. Since becoming a member of JCC, Amber has learned how to read music. She is able to focus on her school work better and she has confidence in 67 (she).
In addition to 68 (learn) songs in different languages. Amber is now able to face many difficulties. For the first time she has been invited 69 (join) the Junior National Honor Society. It’s quite an achievement for a young girl 70 has overcome so much!
Yesterday, when I was on my way to home, I saw Steven, a student in my school, ridden along the street. Suddenly, a car is running towards him. The driver was so nervous and frightening that he knocked Steven down. Steven was hurt serious. But the driver drives away quickly, leaving Steven helpless on the spots. Fortunately, I saw what had happened but I did remember a number of the car. I reported it to the police. Now the driver has caught and will be punished for his wrong deed.
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Dear Sir / Madam,
1 〜5 ACCBB 6〜10 CACBA 11〜15 BCBAB 16 〜20 ACBAC
21 〜23 ADC 24〜27 DBDA 28〜31 CBCA 32〜35 ACBD 36〜40 FAGCE
41 〜45 CABDA 46〜50 CBDBA 51 〜55 DCABC 56〜60 CDABD
61. third 62. from 63. a 64. was 65. decision
66. be met 67. herself 68. learning 69. to join 70. who / that
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