说明：本试卷分第Ⅰ卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ卷（非选择题）两部分，共 150 分。考试时间 120
第 I 卷(共 100 分)
第Ⅰ卷（满分 100 分）
第一部分听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
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，并标在试卷的相应位置。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
1. What did the woman leave in the taxi?
A. A sweater. B. A T-shirt. C. A hat.
2. How much did the woman pay for the dress?
A. 10 dollars. B. 30 dollars. C. 40 dollars.
3. What does the man often put on a Christmas tree?
A. A doll. B. A star. C. An angel.
4. What does Gina tell Sam to do?
A. Scratch his arm even more.
B. Buy some special medicine.
C. Sleep with the windows shut.
5. What does the man imply about the woman in the end?
A. She always buys new clothes.
B. She should do the laundry herself.
C. She needs a new washing machine.
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
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 does the woman want the man to do?
A. Put off his spring break.
B. See some western art.
C. Drive her to the exhibit.
7. What is the relationship between the speakers?
A. Mother and son.
B. Brother and sister.
C. Taxi driver and passenger.听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。
8. Why did Teresa raise her hand the first time?
A. She had a question. B. She needed to relax her arm.
C. She wanted to use the bathroom.
9. What did Mr. Johnson ask the class to do?
A. Turn to page 55. B. See a famous painting.
C. Ask questions later on.
10. When will the film be shown?
A. After Teresa gets back. B. At the end of class.
C. In more than two minutes.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。
11. What did the man start doing two years ago?
A. Teaching. B. Raising money. C. Saving wild animals.
12. Why is the man tired?
A. He stayed up sending emails.
B. He took care of a bear all night.
C. He has a lot of homework to grade.
13. What does the man say about the bears at last?
A. They are dirty. B. They are cool. C. They are lovely.
听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。
14. Why isn’t Cindy studying for the test?
A. She is too tired. B. She has a headache.
C. She can’t find her book.
15. What does Bob offer to do for Cindy?
A. Call her a taxi.
B. Drive her to the doctor’s.
C. Give her some hot water.
16. Where does the conversation take place?
A. At home. B. At a doctor’s. C. In a classroom.
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。
17. Where is Wendy from?
A. The UK. B. Italy. C. The USA.
18. What are Christmas crackers?
A. Toys with loud sound.
B. A kind of Christmas food.
C. Paper tubes with a gift inside.
19. What do all three British Christmas desserts have in common?
A. They all look and taste about the same.
B. They are all made out of nuts and dried fruit.
C. They are all similar to the American fruitcake.
20. What is the speaker mainly talking about?
A. Interesting plays.
B. A special Christmas dinner.
C. Christmas traditions in the UK.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，并在答题卡上
Elon Musk is famous for making bold claims and big bets. Here’s a look at some of his recent goals
and how they’re shaking out.
Self-drivingTesla cars Goal A million full self-driving Teslas will be on roads by 2020.
What he said “I feel very confident predicting autonomous robo-taxis for
Tesla next year, ” Musk said at Tesla’s autonomy day for
investors last month.
Status It’s hard to believe Tesla will pull off the timeline. No
self-driving Teslas are on the road today due in part to the fact
that the software isn’t ready.
Hyperloop and Loop Goal Tunnels can solve urban congestion.
What he said “ You can alleviate any arbitrary level of urban congestion
with a 3D tunnel network,” he said in April 2017.
Status Hyperloop would be an underground vacuum tube in which
electric pods move people at speeds over 600 mph. The
Boring Company Musk’s tunneling venture, is currently
developing Loop projects in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago
and between Washington, DC, and Baltimore, Maryland.
Trips to the moon Goal Space tourism around the moon will occur by 2018.
What he said “Next year is going to be a big year for carrying people to the
space station and hopefully beyond,” he said in February
Status SpaceX, Musk’s rocket and space exploration company, failed
to deliver on its promise. In February 2018, Musk said SpaceX
would use its Big Falcon Rocket for tourism instead. That
move is now scheduled to come as soon as 2023.
Goal Humans will have brain-computer interfaces as soon as 2025
What he said “I think we are about eight to 10 years away from this being
usable by people with no disability,” he said in April 2017.
Status Musk has taken steps to meet this deadline, but it’s too early to
say yet if he will succeed. Neuralink, a company Musk created
in 2017, is making a brain-computer interface to physically
plug into a person’s head. Neuralink’s plans have largely been
kept quiet but it continues to hire staff.21. Which of Elon Musk’s predictions has so far failed to come true?
A. Trips to the moon. B. Hyperloop and Loop.
C. Self-driving Tesla cars. D. Brain computer interfaces.
22. The Boring Company is established to _______.
A. create vacuum tubes B. solve traffic problems
C. build tunnels over the world D. speed up the SpaceX program
23. What can we learn from the passage?
A. Autonomous robo-taxis are actually impractical.
B. Musk is concerned about the future of the world.
C. Musk’s Neuralink is suspected of doing something illegal.
D. Musk makes predictions merely to attract the world’s attention.
I was 17 years old. My brother Kyle and I were thinking about writing a book because it seemed like
a good way to reach others and share what we had learned. However, we were doubtful. Could we
really do it? What if no one liked it? What if we failed? What if…
We had to think differently As teens, we had little to lose by trying and a lot to lose by letting
this opportunity slip by so we decided to give it a shot. Locked up in our small 10x10 foot bedroom,
which reached 103 degrees on hot summer days, we just started writing. We wrote a list of goals,
people we wanted to meet, things we wanted to own, as well as inspirational quotations—anything
to keep us focused and motivated.
A few weeks later, a family friend offered us two tickets to a local business conference where
Jack Canfield was the keynote speaker. The event was a valuable experience and at the end of it, we
waited in line for over thirty minutes to personally speak with Jack. We shared our book idea with
him and he didn’t laugh! Instead, he offered us the support, encouragement, and insight we needed
to realize our goal.
We finally completed our first book, Cool Stuff They Should Teach in School. The full process
took three and a half years of hard work and sacrifices, but in the end, it was worth every minute. It
was such a strange but rewarding feeling to walk into a bookstore and see our book on the shelves.
Since its publication, we have enjoyed seeing its impact on other young people and receiving
e-mails from readers almost every day. Sure enough, requests to speak at various venues soon came
All of us have opportunities around each day, but most people don’t recognize them because they’re
often disguised as hard work. It comes down to our ability to see problems as opportunities and our
willingness to take a leap of faith without the guarantee of success. As Michael Nolan once said,
“It’s not who we are that holds us back; it’s who we think we’re not.”
24. The author and his brother decided to write a book _______.
A. to get some experience B. to encourage their peers
C. to call for readers’support D. to share something with others
25. How did they manage to finish their first book?
A. By focusing on small goals. B. By turning to publishers for help.
C. By staying focused and motivated. D. By seeking constant help from Canfield.26. Why do most people often fail to achieve success?
A. Becausethey are actually afraid of hard work.
B. Because they regard opportunities as problems
C. Because they don’t have the same opportunities.
D. Because they don’t have the willingness to succeed.
27. The main purpose of the author’s writing the passage is to _______.
A. criticize B. inform C. praise D. inspire
Last year saw one of the poorest salmon returns on record in North America. Yet, we are
eating more fish than ever before. Aquaculture (水产养殖) production has tripled in the last two
decades to meet this need, and another historic move was made by the FDA earlier this year, when a
company received the first ever nod to sell a genetically modified salmon, a bioengineered version of
the Atlantic salmon.
US based AquaBounty, the firm which received the go-ahead, said it would begin stocking fish
in supermarkets “as soon as possible.” The first commercial harvest is expected at the end of 2020.
At the moment, Argentina, Brazil and China have also granted environmental approvals for
genetically modified fish farming trials.
This genetically modified salmon is actually a fish injected with the DNA of two other edible
fish. The long road to the current version of the GM fish began in the 1980s when a physiologist
named Garth Fletcher read about the work being done to genetically modify mice and wondered
whether it could apply to salmon. He understood that the fish’s growth hormones are most active in
some seasons and considered changing this so that the hormones are always active. Cut to 2019,
Fletcher’s GM fish is able to reach adult size in 16 to 18 months, compared with 30 months for
natural Atlantic salmon, while consuming 25% less feed.
In the United States, Atlantic salmon is endangered, so catching it is heavily restricted. It is
currently imported from Chile, Norway and Canada. If the production and sales of AquaBounty go
as planned, this will all change. And simultaneously, the company claims that farming the fish in
their land-based hatcheries will lower the transportation cost as well as emissions associated with
importing the fish as is currently done.
This has not all been without stiff opposition, and protestors who have sent nearly 2 million
comments to the FDA have had issues on three main fronts. Health risks, being the main one, as it
has been with several other genetically modified foods in the past. The environmental group Earth
Action says no one can predict what will happen when people start eating the fish over time.
28. What can we learn about AquaBounty?
A. It is a firm located in Argentina.
B. It performs research into GM fish.
C. It deals with the production and sales of fish.
D. It is the only firm allowed to produce GM fish.
29. One of the advantages of the GM salmon is that _______.
A. it has proved to have no health risks
B. it costs 25% less than imported salmon
C. it can meet people’s ever increasing need D. it grows faster than natural Atlantic salmon
30. Protestors again GM salmon worry that _______.
A. fish markets will be seriously disturbed
B. GM food has potential health problems
C. GM salmon may not be up to the standard
D. the environmental group Earth Action will not be satisfied
31. The underlined word “this” in the last paragraph probably refers to ______.
A. the nod to sell a GM salmon
B. the lower cost of GM salmon
C. the prediction about what will happen
D. the import of salmon from Chile, Norway and Canada
Italy and China has agreed to jointly advance the construction of the Belt and Road Initiative
(BRI) ( 一 带 一 路 ), which aims to build a trade and infrastructure network to connect Asia with
Europe and Africa along ancient trade routes. Italy will use this opportunity to cooperate with China
to develop its northern ports and the InvestItalia program, and promote cooperation in all fields.
Despite some skepticism, the BRI has developed into one of the world’s largest cooperation
platforms and become a hot public good. More than 120 countries and 29 international organizations
have signed agreements with China up to date, bringing all sorts of development opportunities to
parties of the BRI, including the construction of Kenya’s first high-speed expressway, the first
cross-sea bridge in the Maldives, and the formation of the car industry in Belarus.
The inclusion of Italy into the BRI makes Italy the first G7 country to formally join the
Initiative, and sets a new milestone in the process of building the Belt and Road.
What makes the BRI unique is that it is an initiative for win-win cooperation rather than
zero-sum competition. As everyone knows, the BRI has its origin in the ancient Silk Road trade
route that linked China with many places in the world, including the Italian cities of Rome and
Venice. Italy is a natural fit for the ambitious project because of its historical connections with
China, and also because of the need to be open rather than closed, to cooperate rather than confront.
In this fast-changing world, seeking win-win progress is the best path forward for all countries.
In China, it is said that without a big breakthrough in thinking, there will be no big leap in
practice; and without a big leap in practice, there will be no great development. A number of
Chinese ideas and initiatives have been formed with the goal of building a community of common
destiny in mind. Under the BRI, we can expect China to deepen policy coordination, facilities
connectivity, free trade, financial integration, and people-to-people bonds.
The revival of China as a great power is a blessing to the world, contributing to the building of
a better world.
32. How does the author develop the second paragraph?
A. By giving examples. B. By making comparisons.
C. By reasoning and analyzing. D. By describing important events.
33. What can we learn from the last but one paragraph?
A. China has become a superpower. B. China puts others’interests before its own.
C. China has been seeking development for all.
D. China is well-known for its traditional ideas.
34. What does the underlined part “zero-sum competition” in Paragraph 4 probably mean?
A. Only one participant will win. B. None of the participants will win.
C. All participants will gain something. D. Some participants will win at the cost of others.
35. What is best title of the passage?
A. The revival of China as a great power B. Construction along ancient trade routes
C. A milestone in building BRI has been set
D. Italy and China reached an agreement on BRI
第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分）
People tend to download Google Earth with the belief that the images are updated live from satellites
in space. The reality is that the images captured by the satellites are made available by certain
government agencies and some commercial image providers. 36 Although some of the satellite
images may be older than a year, they contain a lot of information that can be of great value. 37
38 You can locate specific addresses and monuments in your
city. Also you can measure the length between different points as well as
the area or radius of certain structures. You can also create maps with the
geospatial data that is available on the program, as well as capture and
print high-resolution satellite images for free. The integrated movie maker
makes it possible for you to record videos of activities. 39 Google
Earth features several tools that are easy to use regardless of your technical proficiency level. You
can fly over multiple locations on the hemisphere to explore different landscapes, oceans, mountain
ranges, canyons, and other geographical elements. You can save tours and destinations which may
be viewed at a later time or shared with friends.
40 Google Earth makes it possible for you to track changes within your neighborhood.
With the historical imagery feature, you can find the level of infrastructural improvements or
environmental degradation. You can easily monitor coastal erosion, melting ice caps and the rapid
urbanization. You can dive to the bottom of seas and oceans to explore the underwater habitat, view
shipwrecks, and marine glacial deposits.
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 和 D）中，选出可以填入空白处的
A. It is relatively easy to use.
B. The advantages outweigh the disadvantages.
C. It provides detailed view of different locations.
D. You can download Google Earth at no cost at all.
E. Google Earth is not intended for military purposes.
F. Here are a few reasons why you should have Google Earth on your computer.
G. They are then acquired by Google Earth and uploaded to the image database for public use. 最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
When I was attending junior high, I was not afraid to walk home alone. 41 one evening I got
a feeling of being watched. Then from between parked cars, a shadowy 42 suddenly emerged
in front of me. It was a man about fifty in a black 43 and a blue baseball cap. I tried to 44
around him, but he blocked my way. He sneered (讥笑) at me and made gestures with his 45 ,
which made me feel sick and terrified! I ran all the way home.
The next afternoon, my friends and I were in the 46 building snowmen enthusiastically.
When it started getting dark, I suddenly remembered I had to 47 potatoes at the grocery store
for Mom. After making the 48 , I walked past the schoolyard again, where the girls were still
building snowmen. Suddenly, I saw him again, wearing the same cap and raincoat. He appeared to
be playing with the buttons on his coat, as if 49 to open them. My first 50
was to run home quickly, but then I remembered my vulnerable friends. It 51 on me that I
didn’t have to be afraid of him. I was tall and strong. I decided to take 52 into my own hands.
He was 53 when he realized I was running toward him. But I didn’t 54 him as
fast as I could because I didn’t know what to do 55 I caught him. I just wanted to 56 him
away. Suddenly fearless, I started yelling loudly, “You dirty bum! You filthy scumbag!”
The potatoes we were supposed to have for dinner 57 toward the lowlife. One hit him in
the back. When the girls 58 what was going on, they quickly joined me. The snowmen were
immediately 59 into snowballs. One of the potatoes or snowballs must have hit the school
window, and with his helpers the custodian (保管) came out, caught the man and sent him to the
As I grew older, I realized more and more that my 60 doesn’t define me. Today, the words
“I’m only a female” would never enter my mind.
41. A. But B. So C. Then D. Thus
42. A. thief B. figure C. robber D. boy
43. A. raincoat B. overcoat C. sweater D. suit
44. A. look B. jump C. circle D. wave
45. A. fingernails B. ears C. mouth D. hair
46. A. store B. field C. mountain D. schoolyard
47. A. take up B. pick up C. bring out D. put out
48. A. call B. purchase C. task D. plan
49. A. willing B. reluctant C. ready D. unconscious
50. A. instinct B. impression C. judgment D. selection
51. A. struck B. hit C. relied D. dawned
52. A. problems B. incidents C. matters D. difficulties
53. A. glad B. doubtful C. brave D. shocked
54. A. run B. chase C. attack D. attract
55. A. even if B. as if C. if only D. as though
56. A. beat B. force C. scare D. fear
57. A. threw B. shot C. rolled D. flew
58. A. noticed B. recognized C. thought D. expected
59. A. transported B. transformed C. translated D. transplanted
60. A. identity B. gender C. profession D. nationality 第 II 卷（满分 50 分）
注意事项： 用 0.5 毫米黑色笔迹的签字笔将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。
第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分）
第二节（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分）
阅读下面短文，在空白处填入 1 个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。
The US is paying the price for launching a trade war. China has announced that it will slap
additional tariffs (附加关税) on U.S. imports worth about 75 billion U.S. dollars, 61 (cover) 5,078
U.S. products, 62 will start on Sept. 1 and Dec. 15, respectively. The new tariffs will cover
vehicles, auto 63 (part) and farm produce such as soybean and corn. U.S. farmers and
manufacturers will soon feel the impact.
Through more than a year of trade war between the two countries, China never gave in. When
the U.S. side tried to intensify trade bullying and increase pressure on China, it only 64
(strengthen) China's determination, making China stand more firmly against the U.S., and defend its
rights and interests.
China has always believed that cooperation is the only means of solving trade issues, but such
cooperation comes with preconditions. China strongly opposes U.S. trade hegemony (霸权)
65 will never compromise on its fundamental principles. The 66 (far) some people in
the United States go on their dangerous road, the stronger the pushback they will meet.
There is no winner in a trade war. Companies from both sides 67 (pay) prices. Farmers in
some parts of the United States have suffered serious impacts 68 the trade war with China.
Some people in the United States had imagined their trade war would be “easy to win.” They
have proved wrong. The only way 69 (end) the trade war is to find a solution through
consultations on the basis of 70 (equal) and mutual respect.
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）
有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处，每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删改或修改。
2. 只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。
Good news for you. The Beijing Olympic Organizing Committee is going to recruit some volunteers
global. The following is some requirements you should meet. To be a Olympic volunteer, you must have a good command of Chinese or English. Since you have been learning Chinese in America, you
have an advantage over other in language. Besides, you have enthusiastic, optimistic and active
personalities, which satisfied the demands for volunteers well. You will definitely devote yourself to
serve the Olympic Games. If you are luckily granted to an interview for volunteers, I can meet you at
the airport and put you in my house. Also, I will provide you for more help if you need. Wish you
书面表达（满分 25 分）
1. 词数：100 左右（信的开头和结尾已给出，不计入总词数）；
参考词汇：垃圾分类 rubbish classification
I’m Li Hua, president of the English club. Today I’d like to talk about rubbish classification.
Thank you for listening.
1—5 ABCCA 6—10 CBBCA 11—15 CBABB 16—20 AACBC
本文是一篇应用文，介绍 Elon Musk 对未来科技发展的几项预测。
21. A 细节理解题 根据 Trips to the moon 的“Status（现状）”部分中的“SpaceX, Musk’s rocket
and space exploration company, failed to deliver on its promise.”可知 A 项正确。
22. B 细节理解题 根据 Hyperloop and Loop 部分中的“Tunnels can solve urban congestion.”和
“ is currently developing Loop projects in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago and between
Washington, DC…”可知 B 项正确。urban congestion 城市交通阻塞。
23. B 推理判断题 根据第一段“Elon Musk is famous for making bold claims and big bets.”和下
文可以判断 B 项正确。
本文是一篇记叙文。作者同兄弟 Kyle 决定写书，他们寻找灵感，得到 Jack Canfield 的鼓
24. D 细节理解题 根据第一段第二句“My brother Kyle and I were thinking about writing a book
because it seemed like a good way to reach others and share what we had learned.”可知 D 项
25. C 推理判断题 根据第二段内容和第二段最后一句“anything to keep us focused and
motivated”，结合第三段 Jack Canfield 对作者兄弟俩的鼓励，可以判断 C 项正确。
26. A 推理判断题 根据最后一段第一句“... but most people don’t recognize them because they’re
often disguised as hard work.”可知，机会的表象是艰苦的工作，让很多人望而生畏，由
此判断 A 项正确。
27. D 主旨大意题 从最后一段内容可知，作者希望用自己写书的经历，激励人们不怕困难，
抓住成功的机会。由此判断 D 项正确。
做出了一项历史性的举措，同意美国水产公司 AquaBounty 出售转基因鲑鱼，此项决定引起了
28. C 细节理解题 根据第二段第一句“US-based AquaBounty, the firm which received the
go-ahead, said it would begin stocking fish in supermarkets…”和第四段第三句“If the
production and sales of AquaBounty go as planned, this will all change.”可知 C 项正确。
29. D 细节理解题 根据第三段最后一句“... Fletcher’s GM fish is able to reach adult size in 16 to
18 months, compared with 30 months for natural Atlantic salmon…”可知 D 项正确。
30. B 细节理解题 根据最后一段第二句“Health risks, being the main one, as it has been with
several other genetically modified foods in the past.”可知 B 项正确。31. A 推理判断题 第一段最后一句提出文章讨论的话题“a company received the first ever nod to
sell a genetically modified salmon”，最后一段第一句的意思是“这并非没有强烈的反对意
见…”，结合上下文可以判断 A 项正确。
32. A 写作意图题 第二段列举“一带一路”取得的成就，所以 A 项正确。
33. C 段落大意题 该段第二句是主题句，意思是“中国形成了一系列以构建命运共同体为目
标的思想和举措”。由此判断 C 项正确。
34. D 词义猜测题 与前面的双赢形成对照，可以判断划线部分的意思是“零和竞争”，即双方
博弈，一方得利必然意味着另一方吃亏。由此判断 D 项正确。
35. D 主旨大意题 根据新闻特点，题目一般出现在第一段。根据第一段第一句“Italy and China
has agreed to jointly advance the construction…”，再结合下文可以判断 D 项最佳。
36. G 文章开头部分介绍谷歌地球图像的来源。根据关键词“image”可以确定 G 项正确。
37. F 本空是过渡句，引出下文介绍的使用谷歌地球的好处，所以 F 项正确。
38. D 本段介绍第一个优点，该空位于句首，是主题句。根据本段倒数第二句中的“free”一
词，可以确定 D 项正确。
39. A 本段介绍第二个优点，该空位于句首，是主题句。根据第二句中的“regardless of your
technical proficiency level”可以判断 A 项正确。
40. C 本段介绍第三个优点，该空位于句首，是主题句。根据段意可以判断 C 项正确。
41. A 第一句说作者很有胆量，而接下来讲她遇到老流氓，吓得跑回了家，前后形成转折关系。
42. B 从上下文看。那个流氓没有偷没有抢，所以排除 A 和 C，年龄大约 50 岁，排除 D。所
以 B 项正确。
43. A 根据第 49 空前面的“wearing the same cap and raincoat”可知 A 项正确。
44. C 作者企图绕过去。
45. C 从上下文可知流氓在做鬼脸，因此 C 项正确。
46. D 根据第 48 空后面“I walked past the schoolyard again”可知 D 项正确。
47. B 作者突然想到要给妈妈买土豆。take up 占有（时间，空间），从事；pick up 采摘，学到，
好转，购买；bring out 拿出来，使显示；put out 灭火。
48. B 买了土豆之后，作者又从校园经过。49. C 看上去流氓准备敞开衣服。
50. A 作者的第一本能反应是立刻跑回家。
51. D 她突然想到自己不用害怕流氓。注意表示“突然想到”常用的句型有：It strikes/hits sb.
that…; It dawns on/upon sb. that…; sb. hits on /upon an idea…等等。
52. C 作者决定亲自处理问题。matters 常指“麻烦事”。
53. D 意识到有人追赶自己，流氓感到震惊。
54. B 但是作者没有全力追赶。
55. A 因为即使抓住了流氓，作者也不知道该怎么办。even if = even though 即使；as if = as
though 好像；if only 如果…该多好啊。
56. C 作者只是希望能把流氓吓走。注意：scare 的意思是“吓，使…害怕”；fear 的意思是“害
57. D 土豆飞向那个人渣。注意 A 项要用被动语态才对。
58. A 其他女孩注意到了发生的事情，也加入了战斗。
59. B 雪人变成了雪球。
60. B 作者愈加意识到不能让性别局限自己。
61. covering 62. which 63. parts 64. strengthened 65. and
66. further 67. have paid 68. from 69. to end 70. equality
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I’m Li Hua, president of the English club. Today I’d like to talk about rubbish classification. As we know, rubbish is an unavoidable part of our life. Large amounts of rubbish, such as
leftover food, waste paper, used plastic bottles and batteries are produced every day. However,
dealing with rubbish has always been a big headache and rubbish is becoming a major
environmental problem. It is time that rubbish classification should be practiced.
Here are the reasons. First, by classifying rubbish we can recycle useful materials, thus saving
resources and reducing environmental pollution. Moreover, rubbish classification is a scientific and
effective way to manage rubbish.
So, why not do your share and make a difference? Different dustbins have been placed in public
places, so I appeal to everyone to throw your rubbish into the right dustbins!
Thank you for listening.
M: Nice hat, Kendra. But what happened to your sweater? I thought you had one on this morning.
W: Yes, but I got hot and left it in a taxi. At least it’s a perfect T-shirt day.
M: Which dress did you finally decide to buy at the clothing store?
W: Well, I was going to buy the black one, but it was 40 dollars. I thought it was a little expensive.
So I bought another one instead and it saved me 10 dollars.
W: What’s that at the top of your tree? It looks like a Barbie doll.
M: That’s an angel. Every Christmas tree should have an angel at the top.
W: Oh. We always just put a star at the top of ours.
W: Stop scratching your arm, Sam.
M: I can’t help it, Gina. It’s so hot outside, and the bugs just love me this year!
W: Well, I hope you close the windows tonight. Here, put on this medicine.
M: Back already? I thought you had three baskets of clothes to wash.
W: I did. And I still do. All the machines were full.
M: That’s too bad. I guess you’ll have to go shopping again. Those clothing shops must love you.
M: Didn’t you want to go to the western art museum? I thought you were interested in cowboys.
W: I only wanted to go there because it’s free. Oh, and it’s really close to home. But now I’m
interested in the modern art exhibit.
M: That’s a three-hour drive from here! And it’ll be so crowded there.
W: But mom gave me fifty dollars to spend on my spring break. And I really want to go. M: I’m not sure I can drive you there, Linda. My spring break is a week later than yours.
W: I know. But we could go on the weekend. Come on! It’s a nice drive, Sam.
M: OK. I guess that’s what big brothers are for.
M: Yes, Teresa? Did you have a question?
W: Oh, sorry, Mr. Johnson. I was just stretching.
M: You raised your hand…
W: Yes, I just had a little pain in my arm from all the careful notes I’ve taken. I know you said to
save all questions for the end of class. Sorry for the confusion.
M: No wonder you had to stretch! OK, class. I was just telling you about the emperor kneeling in the
snow. We’ve seen this before in a famous painting. If you’ll just turn to page 54 in your
textbooks… Yes, Teresa? Do you have another pain in your arm?
W: No, Mr. Johnson. I was wondering if I could use the restroom.
M: No need to ask, Teresa. Just go ahead next time. Please come back quickly. I don’t want to start
the short film until you’re back with us.
W: Thank you, Mr. Johnson. I’ll be back in less than two minutes.
W: You look exhausted, Carl. Shouldn’t you be more rested since classes are out?
M: I wish! I do feel better without all that homework to grade and students to send emails to, but I
just have a lot of work to do right now.
W: What’s going on?
M: Well, it all started when we found this baby bear in our garage. We took it in and raised it.
W: Wait…you have a pet bear? I’ll bet it’s lovely!
M: No. That was two years ago. We let it go to live in the forest with the other bears. The problem
is, every spring, people bring us baby bears from their garages to raise. All summer, we feed
them, clean up after them, and play with them. I was up all night with a hungry “baby”.
W: What a lot of work! I guess it’s part of living next to the forest.
M: Well, we love animals, you know. And this year, we’re hoping to raise some money for
equipment and food. You wouldn’t believe how many apples a young bear can eat!
W: What else do you buy?
M: Cages, small toys to keep them entertained, and lots and lots of towels. Bears are very messy!
M: Is it midnight in here? Turn on a light, Cindy! Or at least open the curtains.
W: Bob, I know it’s dark, but this is comfortable to me. Anytime the light hits my eyes, I feel worse.
M: How can you get any work done?
W: I’m not working. I have a really bad headache.
M: But you have that exam tomorrow. If you don’t study, you’ll be in hot water with your professor.
W: But I can’t even open my eyes. I won’t be able to take the test. M: You should see a doctor.
W: I’m actually too sick to go to a doctor’s office.
M: Let me take you! I can put a bag over your head so no light gets in.
W: OK. Get a big pillow to stick over my head, and we’ll get into your fancy car.
M: Oh, good. I’m going to call ahead and get you an appointment.
My name is Wendy, and my presentation is on British Christmas traditions. I know what you’re
all thinking: We’re American! We know about Christmas. Well, yes, we share Christmas trees, gifts,
and Santa Claus, but the UK has other traditions. For example, you’ll find Christmas crackers at
every British Christmas dinner table, but they aren’t food. They’re paper tubes with a gift inside.
That loud pop sound is an important part of Christmas to us. The Christmas dinner also has
completely different desserts in England. We have Christmas pudding, Christmas cake, and sweet
pie. All three are made out of dried fruit and nuts, but they look and taste a little different from each
other. I think your fruitcake is similar to our Christmas pudding, but I haven’t seen Christmas cake
or sweet pie anywhere. I’ve also never seen a Christmas pantomime here. Pantomimes are silent
drama scenes that are acted out by special actors. They became a Christmas tradition in 1800 when
“Grimaldi”, a popular story, was performed around Christmas. Nowadays, we perform them at home
or see them in theaters, but they don’t really have anything to do with Christmas stories. They’re
mostly fairy tales like The Three Bears and Jack and the Beanstalk.