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英 语 试 卷
1．Why does the man refuse a refill?
A．He has a stomachache． B．He is full． C．He doesn't like the taste．
2．What time is it now?
A．7:20 p.m． B．7:40 p.m． C．8:00 p.m．
3．How will the speakers go to Chengdu?
A．By train． B．By car． C．By airplane．
4．Where does the conversation probably take place?
A．In a book store． B．In a library． C．In a ticket office．
5．What's the relationship between the speakers?
A．Teacher and student． B．Mum and son． C．Grandma and grandson．
6．What beautiful scene in Akita has the woman mentioned?
A．Mountains with rare animals．
B．Hundreds of beautiful waterfalls
C．Tree leaves changing colors in autumn．
7．When is the last time the woman visited her parents?
A．A week ago． B．Half a month ago． C．A month ago．
8．What is Thursday in memory of ?
A．The god of Wind． B．The god of Fire． C．The god of Thunder
9．Who is Mr.Thursday to Mr.Wednesday ?
A．His brother． B．His father． C．His son．
10．What are the two basics the man needs to consider about the ad cost?
A．The size and the frequency．
B．The content and the size．
C．The popularity and the content．
11．What kind of ads are usually more expensive?
A．Weekday ads． B．Weekend ads． C．Holiday ads．
12．What does the man decide to do in the end?
A．Pay for an ad right now．
B．Look for other ways for his ad．
C．Discuss with his wife first．
13．Why doesn't the man ask the teaching assistant for help?
A．The assistant is not present right now．
B．He doesn't like the assistant．
C．The assistant asked him to do it alone．
14．What is the woman going to do next?
A．Have dinner． B．Study for an exam． C．Practice swimming．
15．What might the magazine The Torch focus on?
A．New technology． B．Literature． C．Math problems．
16．What can we know about the woman?
A．She's the best student in her class．
B．She's new in town．
C．She's unwilling to help the man．
17． What's the percentage of travelers only considering jet lag “an unpleasant thing”?
A．Only one third． B．Almost a half． C．Over three quarters．
18．What problem caused by jet lag is NOT mentioned?
A．Headache． B．Exhaustion． C．Sleep disorder．
19．How many time zones which you cross might make jet lag a real problem?
A．Only one． B．Two． C．Over three．
20．Which flying trip might cause more problems according to the talk?
A．From Shanghai to Beijing．
B．From Los Angeles to New York．
C．From New York to Los Angeles．
The booking notes of the play “The Age of Innocence”:
There are four easy ways to book seats for performance:
The Box Office is open from Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m.—8 p.m．
Ring 01324976 to reserve your tickets or to pay by credit card(Visa, MasterCard and Amex accepted)
Simply complete the booking form and return it to Global Theatre Box Office．
Complete the on-line booking form at www.Satan-fiedtheatre.com
Saver: $ 2 off any seat booked any time in advance for performances from Monday to Thursday．Savers are available for children up to 16 years old, over 60s and full-time students．
Supersaver: half-price seats are available for people with disabilities and one companion．It is advisable to book in advance．There is a maximum of eight wheelchair spaces available and one wheelchair space will be held until an hour before the show．
Standby: best available seats are on sale for $ 6 from one hour before the performance for people eligible (suitable) for Saver and Supersaver discounts and thirty minutes before for all other customers．
Group Bookings: there is a ten percent discount for parties of twelve or more．
School: school parties of ten or more can book $6 standby tickets in advance and will get every tenth ticket free．
Please note: we are unable to exchange tickets or refund money unless a performance is canceled due to unforeseen circumstances．
21．If you want to book a ticket, you CANNOT ________．
A．use the Internet
B．go to the Box Office on Sundays
C．complete a booking form and post it to the Box Office
D．ring the booking number and pay for the tickets by credit card
22．According to the notes, who can get $ 2 off?
A．An 18-year-old teenager ． B．A 55-year-old woman．
C．The people who book the tickets on Fridays． D．A 20-year-old full-time college student
23．From the passage we can know all the following information except that ________．
A．it is advisable to book tickets in advance
B．the audience can't refund money if the performance is on show
C．a school party of 15 students should pay $90 for the standby tickets
D．a group of 13 persons can get a 10 percent discount
I was selfish as a teenager．I usually spent my time thinking about myself and taking care of my own needs．I let my older brother do most of the work around the house until he left for college．I let my mom and dad worry about our bills and problems while I read books, played, and lost myself in my own imagination．This didn't change even when I went to college either．I studied hard but only to make my own life better． Even when I started to explore my faith, it was only to increase my own happiness．
I married after graduation and decided to start a family．Of course, I had no idea what hard knocks reality had in store for my selfish soul．Soon I found myself unemployed, deeply in debt, and with a new baby on the way．l found out that life has little sympathy for spoiled people．In fact, all of the struggles I was going through were beating the selfishness slowly out of me．
Still,I didn't give up on happiness．I knew that there must be a way to find it．I finally realized, however, that it had to include more than just my own needs, wants, and desires．The answer began to make itself clear one night shortly after my baby boy was born．I got a bottle and held him in my arms．As I was feeding him I looked down and saw his big, innocent, trusting eyes．I smiled and talked to him．Then he smiled and I could feel my heart growing, expanding with love．I felt such peace and joy．At that moment I had a hint of the truth: it is by growing our hearts with love that we find our happiness．
Carolyn Arends wrote："The more people you let into your heart, the bigger your heart gets．The more love you get, the more love you have to give．It just keeps growing." So, keep loving, keep living and keep caring.Keep growing your heart today, tomorrow, and always．
24．What do we know about the author from the first paragraph?
A．He often helped his brother with housework．
B．He studied hard for his family．
C．He was concerned about his family．
D．He put his own needs above others'．
25．What did the author realize after he suffered in life?
A．Spoiled people can't survive the hardship of life
B．Spoiled people are never happy in life．
C．Life is cruel to spoiled people．
D．Selfishness is helpful．
26．What can be inferred from the passage?
A．The author loved kids．
B．When caring for his baby, the author got inspired．
C．The author realized the importance of happiness．
D．The author often fed his baby．
27．Which can be the best title of the passage?
A．Loving Others, a Way to Happiness
B．The Elder One Grows, the More He Gets
C．Help Others, Help Oneself
D．Keep Growing to Live a Happy Life
On April 12th, two African American men walked into a Starbucks in Philadelphia, and sat down to wait for their friend．Because they had not bought anything, an employee asked them to leave．When the two men refused, the employee called the police, and in minutes, they were arrested．It was not until later that day that they were let go．
The video of this incident posted on Twitter went viral．People across the US were outraged．Unfortunately, these practices are not uncommon today．This incident is just one example of implicit bias(内隐偏见), something that is a part of human nature．
Most of the time, implicit bias refers to people showing negative associations towards people of a different race．Starting from a young age, these feelings develop unconsciously and naturally, because our brain draws associations based on our background, cultural environment and personal experiences．
Implicit bias affects our everyday speech and actions and these unconscious decisions can be harmful to our society．There have been many examples of blacks unfairly killed by white officers, such as in the cases of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling, which happened only two years ago．Implicit bias affects the justice system, our medical system where studies show minorities are less likely to be taken seriously, and job placements where white males are likely to be judged as more capable compared to women and other minorities．
Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson and the police have publicly apologized to the two men, and Starbucks will be holding an anti-bias training meeting on May 29th. All Starbucks stores will be closed on that day．However, critics and experts have said that such training is done "for show" rather than to promote change．
To address this issue, many experts agree that what the world needs is a long-term program that targets the root cause．It also starts with promoting diversity in children from an early age when they have friends and playmates from different races and cultures．
28．What does the underlined word "outraged" in Paragraph 2 probably mean?
A．Very angry． B．Quite curious． C．Very delighted． D．Quite puzzled．
29．What is the fourth paragraph mainly about?
A．The nature of implicit bias． B．The examples of implicit bias．
C．The basic concepts of implicit bias． D．The negative effects of implicit bias．
30．What might experts think of the anti-bias training meeting?
A．It will be a shame for Starbucks B．lt will be a meaningless practice．
C．It will raise the police's reputation． D．lt will raise public awareness of anti-bias．
31．What might many experts agree with?
A．Starbucks should be closed．
B．Implicit bias should be ignored．
C．Children should be taught to avoid implicit bias．
D．Implicit bias should be dealt with by the policemen．
At the Fairmont San Francisco in California, the wealthy visitors arriving through the front door aren't the only guests staying at the five-star hotel．On the hotel's rooftop, the buzz(嗡嗡声)of bees can be heard．Bees have become more common guests at hotels, especially in San Francisco．Ten hotels have hives(蜂房)on rooftops．Urban beekeeping allows hotels to market sustainability(可持续性), harvest honey and raise awareness for the particular challenges bees face．
“When companies have honeybees, it helps in a few different ways．．．by bringing awareness to the fact that our noisy friends need flowers that are clean and free of pesticides(杀虫剂)in order to feed, and that our bees need habitats," says Becky Masterman of the University of Minnesota Bee Squad．
The U．S．agricultural industry has come to rely on commercial bees for much of its pollination(授粉)needs．At pollination time, commercial beekeepers provide truckloads of bees．European honeybees and Apis mellifera are brought in．They are not native to North America．Continuing losses of these commercial hives could eventually be felt at the grocery store．The costs of fruits and vegetables that the bees pollinate could potentially go up over time because the pollination costs are higher．
For the hotels, the bees offer more than honey．More guests are looking for places to stay that help the environment, says Melissa Farrar．She is the director of marketing communications for the Fairmont．The Fairmont offers tours of hive spaces to interested guests．Some guests go on to start their own hives．The Fairmont has also hosted school groups from preschoolers to high school photography classes．"Maybe we can help people appreciate that nature's important, and that we take care of the environment．And if you want to eat fruits and veggies, you need bees in the background," says Ms．Farrar．
32．What is the text mainly about?
A．Wildlife research in San Francisco．
B．Environmentally aware tourism in America．
C．The introduction of beekeeping to hotels．
D． The conflict between commercial bees and native bees．
33．What is a result of using commercial bees for pollination?
A．More profits for greengrocers．
B．More expensive fruits and vegetables．
C．A decrease in the number of native bees．
D．An increase in greengrocery diversity in stores．
34．Why would more guests choose to stay at hotels with hives?
A．They regard it as a trendy thing to do．
B．They'd like to try the freshest honey．
C．They consider it an eco-friendly idea．
D．They come to learn to start their own hives．
35．What is Ms．Farrar’s attitude to urban beekeeping?
A．Doubtful B．Supportive C．Disapproving D．Uncaring
The best way to set yourself up for success is to make sure that your goals are SMART: specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely．
Make your goals specific．
You need to give yourself a concrete goal so you know exactly what you're working toward． 36 Who will be involved in helping you reach your goal? What exact goal do you want to accomplish? Be very specific．When will you start and when will you reach your goal?
Make your goals measurable．
Now that you have some of the specifics of your goal nailed down, it's time to look at how you will measure your progress．After all, if you don't have any way to measure your goal, how will you know when you've reached it? 37 Some examples of measurable goals might be pounds lost, a positive change in blood work numbers, or fitness minutes accumulated．
Make your goals attainable．
It's good to think big． 38 A goal that's attainable for you is one that you believe you can reach and have all the support, equipment, knowledge and resources needed to put your goals into action．
Make your goals relevant．
You need to make sure that you're choosing a goal that fits you and your lifestyle． 39 Pick something that is meaningful and relevant to you and you ll set yourself up for success．
Make your goals timely．
40 Otherwise, it will be difficult to know how to pace yourself to reach it．Every goal should have a date, which will help you stay on track．In addition, set up a few mini-deadlines to keep you on track to reaching your big-picture goal．
A. Put a deadline on your goal．
B. Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today．
C. You know your goal is specific if it answers these questions．
D. Therefore, you should know in advance how you will make this happen．
E. However, it's also important that you don't set a goal that is too big to reach．
F. Don't choose a goal just because someone else thinks it's something you "should" do．
G. Your goal is measurable if you can find a way to quantify your success using real numbers．
I was walking down a dimly(昏暗)lit street late one evening when I heard 41 coming from behind bushes． 42 I slowed down to listen and panicked when I realized that what I was hearing were the sounds of a struggle．Only yards from where I stood, a woman was being attacked．
Should I get 43 ?
I was frightened for my own safety, and I hated 44 for having suddenly decided to take
a(n) 45 route home that night．"What if I'm hurt too? Shouldn't I just run to the nearest phone and call the police?” Although it felt like a century, my thought process had only 46 seconds．
But already the cries were growing 47 ．
I knew I had to act fast．"How could I walk away from this?” I asked myself．
“No”, I finally resolved(决心),I could not turn my 48 on the fate of this unknown woman,
49 it means 50 my own life．
I am not a brave man, nor am I 51 ．I don't know where I found the moral courage and physical strength, but 52 I had finally decided to help the girl, I became suddenly changed．
I ran behind the bushes and 53 the attacker off the woman．Struggling, we fell to the ground,
54 we fought for a few minutes until the man jumped up and escaped．
55 heavily, I got to my feet and 56 the girl, who was sobbing behind a tree．In the darkness, I could certainly 57 her trembling shock． Not wanting to frighten her any further, I at first spoke to her from a 58 ．
“It's OK,” I said soothingly．“The man ran away．You're safe now．"
There was a long pause and then I heard the words, uttered(说)in 59 ．
“Dad, is that you?"
And then, from behind the tree, 60 my youngest daughter, Katherine．
God has a way of allowing us to be in the right place at the right time．
41． A．laughter B．whispers C．screams D．whistles
42． A．Alarmed B．Shocked C．Surprised D．Impressed
43． A．helped B．attached C．attacked D．involved
44． A．it B．myself C．this D．that
45． A．ordinary B．normal C．new D．old
46． A．cost B．taken C．spent D．paid
47． A．softer B．stronger C．weaker D．louder
48． A．back B．body C．face D．shoulder
49． A．as if B．in case C．if only D．even if
50． A．risking B．ruining C．damaging D．hurting
51． A．energetic B．intelligent C．athletic D．accessible
52． A．while B．once C． until D．since
53． A．pulled B．punished C．placed D．put
54． A．there B．then C．later D．where
55． A．Walking B．Breathing C．Sobbing D．Sighing
56． A．found B．hugged C．approached D．obtain
57． A．tell B．consider C．observe D．sense
58． A．tree B．place C．bush D．distance
59． A．vain B．amazement C．relief D．need
60． A．stepped B．strike C．struggled D．hid
Silk was not the only product to be transported along the Silk Road, 61 other goods such as tea, medicinal herbs also being exported from China． Many merchants found instant wealth through the trade in luxury items．
Rather than traveling the entire length of the Silk Road, each merchant traded goods along one section of the route, 62 (buy)them in one town and then selling in another．The travelers and merchants also 63 (carry)many ideas, philosophies and religions with them along the Silk Road． Of all these, Buddhism, 64 came from India, had the 65 (great)influence on Chinese culture．It 66 (eventual) became China's primary faith, more widespread than the original Chinese religions of Confucianism and Taoism．
Silk Road trades traveled together in long caravans(旅行队)of camels．This mode of travel provided 67 (protect)from robbers who might attempt 68 (rob)the valuable goods being transported．The Silk Road was not only one single road, but 69 whole collection of routes by which goods 70 (transport) between the East and the West．
I am very glad to hear of you．Knowing that you are interested in the Ancient Poetry Recitation Contest being organized by our school, I am very pleasing to tell you more details about it．
The contest was hold in our school gym from Oct.7th to Oct.10th, aiming to arouse our enthusiasm for the Chinese traditional culture．So fascinating and interesting the contest that a lot of students entered for it．The contest included reading and reciting and I participated in all．I have had a deeper understanding about the ancient poems but I am motivated to improving my writing ability．
I do hope you will enjoy what I told you．Unless you want further informations, please let me know．
出口标示：the EXIT signs
1---5 BACAB 6---10 CACCA 11---15 BCACB 16---20 BBACB
A篇 21--23 BDC B篇 24--27 DCBA C篇 28---31 ADBC D篇 32---35 CBCB
七选五 36--40 CGEFA
41---45 CADBC 46---50 BCADA 51---55 CBADB 56---60 CDDBA
61. with 62. buying 63.carried 64. which 65. greatest
66. eventually 67. protection 68. to rob 69. a 70. were transported
I am very glad to hear of you. Knowing that you are interested in the Ancient Poetry Recitation Contest
being organized by our school, I am very pleasing to tell you more details about it.
The contest was hold in our school gym from Oct. 7th to Oct.10th, aiming to arouse our enthusiasm
for the Chinese traditional culture. So fascinating and interesting ˄the contest that a lot of students
entered for it . The contest included reading and reciting and I participated in all. I have had a deeper
understanding about the ancient poems but I am motivated to improving my writing ability.
I do hope you will enjoy what I told you. Unless you want further informations, please let me know.
I am LiHua. I went to your cinema to see a film the other day. The film was good but I didn’t enjoy it because there were some problems in the cinema.
First, the film was delayed as there were so many advertisements at the beginning . It was rather annoying . Second , the sound of the movie was so unclear that I hardly bore it . Third, the EXIT signs couldn’t be seen clearly , which presented potential safety hazards. And if something terrible should happen, it would be difficult for people to get out quickly.
I’m disappointed with my experience in your cinema. I’m writing the letter in the hope that you can consider these problems and make some improvements.
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