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英 语 注意事项: 1. 答卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。 2. 回答选择题时,选出每小题答案后,用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改 动,用橡皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。回答非选择题时,将答案写在答题卡上,写在本试卷 上无效。 3. 考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。 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 分钟。 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) 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案 转涂到答题卡上。 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 读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What drink will the woman be served? A. A Pepsi. B. A Coke. C. A Steak. 2. How does the man probably feel toward the woman? A. Sorry. B. Disappointed. C. Grateful. 3. Why does the man have to pack carefully? A. So nothing breaks. B. So they don’t forget anything. C. So the woman can clean easily. 4. What did the speakers see last night? A. A little but noisy bird. B. A dark-colored bird. C. A bird that flew very quietly. 5. Why does the woman need directions? A. She can’t read her map. B. She doesn’t have a map anymore. C. The museum is not in the map. 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,并标在试卷的相应位置。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’s special about the people riding bikes? A. They are all men. B. They wear the same clothes. C. They have no clothes on.7. Why does the woman want to go somewhere else? A. She’s too cold. B. She hates what she saw. C. She wants to get something to eat. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What does the woman want to do? A. Rent a house. B. Get a loan. C. Get her credit report. 9. How many years of tax returns does the woman need? A. 5. B. 3. C. 1. 10. What does the woman probably mean in the end? A. She has a lot of information in her emails. B. She can’t give the man more information. C. The man is asking for too much information. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Where did the woman go last week? A. To a concert. B. To a friend’s house. C. To a clothing store with Laura. 12. Why did the woman fall the second time? A. She tripped on some steps. B. She looked up at the sky while walking. C. Her foot got caught by her skirt. 13. How is the woman now? A. Her nose doesn’t hurt. B. Her nose is broken. C. She has a headache. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. Where are the speakers probably? A. In the middle of a city. B. In a boat. C. On a hill. 15. What are the speakers looking at? A. The ocean. B. The city lights. C. The stars. 16. Why was the man probably surprised? A. A lot of birds flew around him. B. He wasn’t expecting to see his father. C. A wild animal was coming toward him. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Where does Mr. Smithson live? A. In a country house. B. In a luxury hotel room. C. In an apartment block. 18. What was the photographer’s project about? A. Neighbors at home. B. People going to art galleries. C. Neighbors putting on performances. 19. Why are the residents probably angry? A. The photos are too private. B. Their faces can’t be seen clearly. C. They want to earn some money from the photos. 20. What will probably happen to Mr. Smithson? A. He’ll be thrown in jail. B. He won’t get in trouble. C. He will have to pay a fine. 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 卡上将该项涂黑。 A What are the biggest educational technology trends we’ll see heading into the next decade? From artificial intelligence to video based learning to wellness tech, the emerging edtech trends have a lot in store for teachers and students alike. Here are some top EdTech Trends for 2020. AI AI will increasingly be used to personalize learning. For instance, Querium is using AI to deliver customizable STEM tutoring lessons to high school students. The software works by analyzing answers and length of time it took to complete the tutoring sessions, thereby giving teachers insights into areas of weakness for students. Kidaptive’s Adaptive Learning Platform in California uses AI algorithms to help schools collect data and boost student engagement. New challenges are introduced to students based on their strengths and weaknesses. Video based learning Video-based learning is becoming increasingly popular with younger generations. Teachers can use not only Youtube but Teachertube and BrainPop to use or create instructional videos on various subjects, either to supplement or present new material. Video-based learning can be especially useful for background information or material that normally would take a lot of time to learn by reading a textbook. Collaborative (协作式) technology Collaborative edtech tools are supporting online learning through chatbots; platforms and apps that promote peer-to-peer engagement. Students can use chat tools they already know like Facebook, WhatsApp, or Skype, or they can use chatbots like Google Allo for a more personalized online learning experience, as a source of social learning, to save teachers time, and for online assessments. Mixed reality Seattle-based Doghead Simulations has created a social virtual reality ( 虚 拟 现 实 ) software called rumii that works with Oculus Go VR headsets to transport students to East China or Northern Africa to learn about the Pyramids or the Great Wall. A Penn State University study found that “students who used immersive virtual reality to accomplish a task did so more than twice as fast as students who used traditional computer programs.” Edtech is developing rapidly. Fortunately for teachers and students, this means better education delivered more efficiently. 21. Which technology will enable students to learn background information most efficiently? A. AI. B. Video based learning. C. Collaborative technology. D. Mixed reality. 22. AI and Collaborative technology are similar in that _______. A. they promote cooperation among students B. they help students gain virtual experiences C. they will be especially challenging to students D. they can be used to personalize students’ learning 23. The main purpose of the passage is to _______. A. inform B. warn C. suggest D. advertise B Winter coming, homeless Soapy decided to go to the jail on the Island, where he would not be frozen or starved to death. He must set about accomplishing this right now. There were many ways, the pleasantest of which was to eat luxuriously at an expensive restaurant; and then, after declaring he was unable to pay, he would be handed over to a policeman. Up Broadway he turned, and stopped confidently at a glittering cafe. He was shaven, and his coat was decent. If he could reach a table unsuspected, success would be his. A roasted duck with a bottle of Chablis, and a cigar would leave him filled and happy for the journey to his winter jail. But as Soapy set foot inside the restaurant door the head waiter’s eye fell upon his ragged trousers and worn shoes. Strong hands turned him about and conveyed him in silence to the sidewalk. He turned off Broadway. At a corner of Sixth Avenue, electric lights and smartly displayed wares behind plate-glass made a shop window attractive. Soapy took a stone and dashed it through the glass. People came running around the corner, a policeman in the lead. Soapy stood still, with his hands in his pockets, and smiled. “Where’s the man that done that?” inquired the officer excitedly. “Don’t you figure out that I might have had something to do with it?” said Soapy proudly. The policeman refused to accept Soapy as the guy. Men who smash windows take to their heels. The policeman saw a man half way down the block running to catch a car. With drawn club he joined in the pursuit. Soapy, with disgust in his heart, walked along, twice unsuccessful. On the opposite side of the street was a cheap restaurant. Soapy managed to get a seat. He consumed beefsteak, flapjacks, doughnuts and pie, and after eating his fill, he called out, “Now, call a cop. Don’t keep a gentleman waiting.” “No cop for you,” said the waiter madly. Then two waiters gave Soapy a good beating. Arrest seemed but a rosy dream. The Island seemed very far away. What should Soapy do now? 24. Why did Soapy at last decide to go to the jail on the Island? A. Because he could make at least a little money there. B. Because he could eat luxuriously at expensive restaurants. C. Because he would be taken good care of by the police there. D. Because he thought he had no other way to survive the winter. 25. The head waiter at the cafe turned Soapy away because _______. A. Soapy had ordered too much B. Soapy had not been nicely shaven C. Soapy’s dressing style gave him away D. Soapy was wearing a very ragged coat 26. Why didn’t Soapy run away after breaking the window? A. Because he expected to be arrested. B. Because it was another man that broke the window. C. Because he was confident he wouldn’t be found out. D. Because he was always ready to fight with any policeman. 27. What can we learn about Soapy at the cheap restaurant? A. He was nearly beaten to death. B. He unexpected had a roay dream. C. He refused to pay although he could have. D. He again failed to get arrested by the police. C Research has found that singing in a choir may improve mental and emotional well-being and social connections. In fact, it may also help people recover from several mental illnesses like depression and anxiety, according to a 2017 study. The University of East Anglia studied groups for six months who sang in weekly workshops and found that the mixture of singing and socializing improved people’s sense of belonging and well-being. “For some it represented a wider program of support,” said researcher professor Tom Shakespeare. “For others it stood out as the key to their recovery or maintenance of health.” Group singing can have a positive influence on one’s physical health as well. Researchers in Sweden found that singing improved heart health; they noted that the heart rates of singers slowly became synchronized (同步), eventually beating as one. Singing may also help you live longer. A 2013 study conducted at the University of California of San Francisco (UCSF) hoped to determine if singing can actually lead to a longer life. The researchers created 12 new choirs in senior centers across the bay area. Singing volunteers were all tested for things like balance and leg strength before the program began, and will be tested again at the end. The researchers found that singing seems to be good for balance. Exercising the vocal chords (声带) can be good for the lungs. Up to 30 percent of older adults complain of having shortness of breath, and singing in a choir can help work the respiratory (呼吸) system and help improve breathing. Famed English musician Brian Eno has weighed in on the topic already. Having started an acappella (无伴奏合唱) group with friends and finding immeasurable benefit, Eno wrote in an essay for NPR, “A recent long-term study conducted in Scandinavia sought to discover which activities related to a healthy and happy later life. Three stood out: camping, dancing and singing.” He added, “I believe that singing is the key to long life, a good figure, a stable temperament, increased intelligence, new friends, super self-confidence, heightened sexual attractiveness and a better sense of humor.” 28. The 2013 study conducted at UCSF actually found that _______. A. singing benefited the lungs B. singing helped improve balance C. singing helped people live longer D. singing made one’s legs stronger 29. Which of following would Brian Eno probably agree with? A. Singing has no disadvantages. B. Dancing is as good as camping. C. One can live longer by taking up singing. D. Singing can make you stay young and unchanged. 30. The underlined word “it” in Paragraph 2 refers to _______. A. a wider program of support B. the University of East Anglia C. the mixture of singing and socializing D. people’s sense of belonging and well-being 31. It can be safely concluded from the passage that _______. A. singing in a choir is better than singing alone B. musicians live longer than others on average C. singing can cure people of their mental illnesses D. singing in a choir benefits old people mentally and physically D We live in a heavily edited world. People in pictures are no longer people. They are perfect human beings whom we can only try, and fail, to live up to. And food in pictures is no longer food. It’s artwork, something to make you desire a lifestyle while reminding you that you’re not part of it. But people are getting sick and tired of such perfection, leading to something Pamela Grossman, a director at Getty Images, calls “perfection fatigue (疲劳)”. This new attitude is now driving people to value something different: honesty. The pizza company Domino’s, for example, is taking on the trend by encouraging its customers to post un-edited pictures of their pizzas on social media, as part of the no filter (滤镜) movement that has become so popular on Instagram. This may mean oily boxes, dull-colored cheese and less-than-delicious-looking meat, but these images show what we’re actually paying for. “It’s exactly what it looks like when you really get a pizza,” Dennis Maloney, chief digital officer of Domino’s, told the website FastCoDesign. “It feels much more honest when the images are imperfect.”Things are also changing with perfect human images. For example, US clothing retailer Gap launched a “Dress Normal” campaign in 2014, promoting simple clothes instead of smart outfits like those of runway models. Underwear companies are also starting to use regular-looking models on their posters instead of “Miss Size-Zeros”. “We spend so much time trying to hide our flaws because our culture has set it up that we have to be ashamed if we’re not perfect,” US filmmaker Cynthia Wade said. “I think people are tired of it. They’re suddenly much more willing to embrace the ugly or ironic (讽刺的).” But while it’s probably true that we won’t see an end to “perfect” pictures any time soon, at least some people are starting to see that it can actually be appealing to be imperfect, or to use the name of one of American singer Grace VanderWaal’s albums, Perfectly Imperfect. 32. What is the problem mentioned in the first paragraph? A. Art works should be well edited. B. We appreciate pictures too much. C. We can never eat food in a picture. D. Pictures are too far from the reality. 33. What would Dennis Maloney be in favor of? A. Perfection. B. Honesty. C. Disorder. D. Ugliness. 34. The underlined word “flaws” in Paragraph 6 can be replaced by _______. A. shortcomings B. advantages C. personalities D. possessions 35. What is the best title for this passage? A. No one or nothing can be perfect B. There is no need to edit the world C. Beauty behind editing is being discovered D. Dull-colored pictures are gaining popularity 第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) How to get ready for your big interview Sweaty hands, stomach pains and confused looks are common in high school seniors who are going to study abroad when they have their first college interview. But, truth be told, most interviews go very well, and students walk away pleased with the way they have expressed who they are and what they’re looking for in a college. 36 How do you prepare for the college interview? Here are some tips. Make a good first impression. You can’t go wrong if you dress for a business meeting. Do your homework. Research the college, not just on its website but also on college blogs and sites with student reviews. 37 Talk more about how you have achieved your goals and less about the awards you have received. Be prepared to share why you feel the college is a good match for you. Practice answering questions with a family member. Write up questions you think you’ll be asked, such as: 38 What are your favorite subjects and why? Why are you interested in attending this college? More challenging questions could be: What three adjectives would your friends use to describe you? If you had a day to do whatever you wanted, what would you do? Prepare questions to ask each interviewer based on your research. 39 Suggested questions: Is it possible to be an exchange student two or more times, perhaps once in the summer and once during the academic year? How does the advising system work? And don’t forget to leave a good impression when you exit. 40 Follow the tips above and your interview will most likely go smoothly. 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 处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 One day Mom and I were looking at a magazine. We read a very sad story about a New Jersey police 41 named Solo that had been sent into a building to catch an armed 42 . Solo was shot and killed. I knew how sad the officer must have felt because my own dog had recently 43 . I felt like my world had ended. I thought every police dog should be 44 just like the police. Why can’t I do a fund-raiser to help save the dogs in 45 area? I found out a bulletproof vest (防弹背心) for a police dog 46 $475. Mom thought it was a lot of money for an eleven-year-old girl, but she 47 me to try anyway. We called our local Oceanside Police Department and found out that their dogs 48 bulletproof vests. 49 I was trying to protect just one dog, I called my program Vest A Dog. I decided that 50 stores would be good places to go with donation boxes and flyers (宣传 单). I used little boxes, 51 with a picture of Tiko, the dog I chose to 52 , and me. I wrote on each box “Help protect a police dog by donating a dollar.” One afternoon, I got a call from a local newspaper reporter who had seen my 53 . He decided to do a(n) 54 . I asked K9 Officer Jim Wall, who is Tiko’s partner, if they would have their picture taken with me for the article and they did. After the article 55 , I waited for a few days before 56 to see if there were any donations. When I collected the first box, I couldn’t believe my eyes. The box was 57 overflowing with dollar bills! After about three weeks, I collected over three thousand dollars! Not only was there enough money to buy Tiko’s vest, 58 there was enough to buy vests for the other five 59 dogs on the Oceanside Police Department. Don’t think that just because you are a 60 you can’t make a difference. 41. A. dog B. cat C. officer D. official A. Now, here comes the problem. B. What are your greatest strengths? C. Be comfortable showing off a little. D. Is it likely that you will get the opportunity? E. Speak loud enough for everybody to hear you. F. Thank the interviewer and other staff members in the admissions office. G. Don’t ask questions that you can easily find the answers to on your own. 42. A. animal B. friend C. suspect D. owner 43. A. finished B. escaped C. killed D. died 44. A. protected B. guarded C. trained D. furnished 45. A. their B. our C. her D. its 46. A. spends B. costs C. wastes D. charges 47. A. made B. appealed C. encouraged D. appreciated 48. A. had B. wanted C. needed D. dreamed 49. A. For B. Although C. If D. Since 50. A. pet B. gift C. souvenir D. candy 51. A. surrounded B. decorated C. painted D. filled 52. A. buy B. vest C. donate D. beautify 53. A. fliers B. stories C. efforts D. worries 54. A. job B. essay C. article D. research 55. A. came up B. turned out C. pulled up D. came out 56. A. asking B. checking C. examining D. managing 57. A. excitingly B. eventually C. practically D. suddenly 58. A. and B. so C. for D. but 59. A. experienced B. brave C. unprotected D. heroic 60. A. student B. senior C. citizen D. kid 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。 On Oct. 29, the internet 61 (official) turned 50 years old. To mark the day, Berners-Lee wrote online, “The internet & the web it enabled have changed 62 (billion) of lives for the better. But their power for good is under threat.” Speaking at the University of California, Los Angeles, Berners-Lee pointed out three problems 63 (affect) today’s web: criminal behavior, ad-based clickbait websites (钓鱼网站), 64 offensive online communication. These problems led Berners-Lee to create the Web Foundation and a contract for the web. Both aim 65 (protect) internet users. In the contract, he mentioned the need for companies to make sure that everyone has web access, and called for a 66 (reduce) in offensive materials, and more personal data privacy. The latter is a hot topic right now. Big companies, like Facebook, have misused 67 (user) personal information by sharing it with advertisers.Despite all of these negatives, we shouldn’t forget about all the benefits the internet brings. In this digital age, the internet connects the world through social media, cashless payments and has become an instant source of information. It can also make a positive difference through campaigns 68 push for positive change, education or aid. The internet is also a source of fun. 69 funny kitten videos on Weibo to your very own Douyin videos, the internet allows you to share what you create. Berners-Lee said, “The web 70 (become) a public square, a library, a doctor’s office, a shop, a school, and it has given marginalized groups a voice.” 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。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号( ),并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用(\)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。 I prefer the university in the north. One reason is because the tuition is only 5,000 RMB a year, comparing with 8,000 RMB for the university in the south. This makes a big difference for a family like me, because of my father is a peasant. My studying in the northern university can save him a lot of money. Other reason is the preference policy offered by the northern university. Any student who chooses to study there may gain an extra 20 points, which great raises the possibility of admitted. Of course, it doesn’t mean that it will be quite easy to pass the entrance exam because this university has limited a number to only 10. Besides, I have been done quite well, so I believe I can pass the entrance exam. 笫二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假如你是高三学生李华,在高考志愿选择上你和父母产生了分歧。请你写一封电子邮件向笔 友 Mike 求助。要点如下: 1. 专业选择和就读地区上的分歧和原因; 2. 目前与父母争执的情况; 3. 求助的内容; 注意: 1. 词数:100 左右(信的开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数); 2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 Dear Mike, ∧I am writing to ask you for some advice on my application for university. _______________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ I’m looking forward to your early reply. Yours, Li Hua英语参考答案 听力部分 1—5 ACACB 6—10 CBBAC 11—15 BBACB 16—20 BCAAB 阅读理解 A 篇 本文是一篇说明文。教育技术日异月新,翻天覆地,本文特别介绍了 2020 年可能最为流 行的教育科技。 21. B 细节理解题 根据 Video based learning 部分最后一句“Video-based learning can be especially useful for background information…”可以确定 B 项正确。 22. D 细节理解题 AI 部分第一句“AI will increasingly be used to personalize learning.”提到了 个性化学习,再根据 Collaborative technology 部分最后一句中的“use chatbots like Google Allo for a more personalized online learning experience”,可以确定 D 项正确。 23. A 写作意图题 本文特别介绍了 2020 年可能最为流行的教育科技,旨在告诉读者教育科技 的发展趋势,并提供相关信息,因此 A 项正确。 B 篇 本文是一篇记叙文。冬天来了,无家可归的 Soapy 决定去岛上的监狱,在那里他不会被 冻死或饿死,可以熬过寒冷的冬天,但是没有想到,他几经努力,却没能如愿以偿。 24. D 细节理解题 根据第一段第一句中的“where he would not be frozen or starved to death”可 以确定 D 项正确。 25. C 细节理解题 根据第三段第一句中的“the head waiter’s eye fell upon his ragged trousers and worn shoes”可以确定 C 项正确。 26. A 推理判断题 根据上下文可知,Soapy 砸碎玻璃是希望警察能够抓捕他。 27. D 细节理解题 根据最后一段第一、二句“Arrest seemed but a rosy dream. The Island seemed very far away.”可知 D 项正确。 C 篇 本文是一篇研究报道。研究人员发现唱歌(特别是合唱)有利于老年人的身心健康,可 以延年益寿。 28. B 细节理解题 根据第四段最后一句“The researchers found that singing seems to be good for balance.”可知 B 项正确。 29. C 细节理解题 根据最后一段第一句“I believe that singing is the key to long life…”可知 C 项正确。 30. C 推理判断题 根据第二段内容可知,与他人融合与交往对人们健康很有好处,有归属感, 能够获得更大范围的支持等等。由此判断 it 指代该段第一句中的“the mixture of singing and socializing”。 31. D 主旨大意题 根据第一段第一句中的“singing in a choir may improve mental and emotional well-being and social connections”和第三段第一句中的“have a positive influence on one’s physical health as well”可知 D 项正确。D 篇 本文是一篇议论文。人们常常使用各种软件拍摄照片,照片里的人和物显得十分完美, 与现实相差甚远。人们渐渐厌倦了这种做法,开始欣赏“不完美”中的完美。 32. D 段落大意题 根据第一段关键词“heavily edited...no longer people...not part of it”,再结合 后文内容,可以判断 D 项正确。 33. B 观 点 态 度 题 根 据 第 四 段 最 后 一 句 “ It feels much more honest when the images are imperfect.”可知,Dennis Maloney 的态度是“宁可诚实,不必完美”。所以 B 项正确。 34. A 词义猜测题 根据该句后面部分“we have to be ashamed if we’re not perfect”可知,人们 害怕不完美,不惜花时间把自己的不足隐藏起来。所以 A 项正确。shortcoming 缺点,短 处。 35. C 主旨大意题 本文讨论人们放弃过度修饰来追求完美的想法,渐渐以“返璞归真”为完 美。所以 C 项正确。 阅读理解七选五 本文是一篇说明文,为出国留学的同学提供有关面试的建议。 36. A 与第一段形成转折,进入正题,下一句提出如何准备大学面试的问题。 37. C 该空后面一句建议多谈谈自己如何实现目标,所以推断本空的意思是面试时可以张扬一 点。show off 炫耀。 38. B 与后面句子并列,列出在面试中可能被问到的问题。 39. G 根据该空前一句中的“based on your research”可知,不要问不根据调研自己就能回答的 问题。 40. F 根据该空前面的“when you exit”可知,面试结束,退场的时候要感谢面试办公室里所 有的员工。 完形填空 本文是一篇记叙文。在妈妈的鼓励之下,年仅 11 岁的女孩为地方警犬募集了几千美元购 买防弹背心。 41. A 从下文可以看出 Solo 是警犬的名字。 42. C Solo 进入建筑物,去抓捕全副武装的嫌疑犯。 43. D 作者的宠物狗最近去世了。C 项应该为 be killed 才对。 44. A 作者认为所有的警犬都应该像警察一样受到保护。 45. B 从第 47 空后的“We called our local Oceanside Police Department”可知。 46. B 一件警犬防弹背心要花费 475 美元一件。注意 spend 必须以人做主语 47. C 虽然要募集的钱很多,但是妈妈鼓励女儿去尝试。 48. C 她们获悉当地的警犬需要防弹背心。 49. D 既然作者只为一只警犬募集资金,所以她把自己的项目取名为“Vest A Dog”。 50. A 推理判断题,宠物店里爱狗的人多,是募集资金的好地方。 51. B 作者用自己和警犬 Tiko 的照片装饰募捐的小盒子。52. B 这里 vest 做动词,意思是“给...穿上防弹背心,保护”。 53. A 记者从什么地方看到了作者的宣传单。 54. C 根据下一句和第 55 空前面的“article”可知。 55. D 当文章出版后。come up 出现,长出来;turn out 结果是;pull up(车)停下;come out 出版。 56. B 作者去核实究竟有没有人捐赠。 57. C 实际上盒子已经装得满满的。 58. D 注意句型:not only...but (also)。 59. C 其它没有受到保护的警犬也有钱购买防弹背心了。 60. D 总结全文:哪怕只是一个小孩,也可以起到自己应有的作用。 语法填空 61. officially 62. billions 63. affecting 64. and 65. to protect 66. reduction 67. users’ 68. that/which 69. From 70. has become 短文改错 I prefer the university in the north. One reason is because that the tuition is only 5,000 RMB a year, comparing compared with 8,000 RMB for the university in the south. This makes a big difference for a family like me mine, because of my father is a peasant. My studying in the northern university can save him a lot of money. Other Another reason is the preference policy offered by the northern university. Any student who chooses to study there may gain an extra 20 points, which great greatly raises the possibility of ∧ being admitted. Of course, it doesn’t mean that it will be quite easy to pass the entrance exam because this university has limited a the number to only 10. Besides However , I have been done doing quite well, so I believe I can pass the entrance exam. 书面表达 Dear Mike, I am writing to ask you for some advice on my application for university. My parents want me to major in economy, which promises a bright future. They hope I can go to a local university so that they can continue taking care of me. However, I don’t want to be restricted to economy which I don’t like, and I want to go to another city where I can find something new to explore. I have my own thoughts and my parents stick to their own, so we have argued many times, ending up with no result. I know how difficult it is for my parents to bring me up. So I must respect them, but I have to follow my dream. Can you help me to persuade them to respect my decision? I’m looking forward to your early reply. Yours, Li Hua 听力录音稿 Text 1 W: Waiter! I’d like to order now. Can I get a steak, a side of potatoes, a salad, and a Coke? (1) M: We are out of Coke right now. But we can get you a Pepsi instead. Text 2 W: Are you comfortable? M: Yes, thank you. You’ve helped me so much. I don’t think I can ever repay you! Is there anything at all that you’d like from me? (2) W: No. I know you’d do the same for me. Text 3 W: Are you done packing yet? Hurry up! You know we still have to clean after we pack. M: I know, I know. But we still have to pack everything carefully so that nothing gets damaged. (3) Text 4 W: Do you hear that sound? M: Yes, it sounds like an owl. W: Was that what I saw flying above us when we were outside last night? That very big white bird that flew without making any noise? M: Yes. I saw it, too. (4) Text 5 W: Excuse me, sir. Can you tell me how to get to Fort Mason? I’m just visiting and I lost my city map. (5) M: Oh…you can get a new map at the museum down the street. It’s a big, white building that looks very new. If you go past the museum and keep walking by the water, you’ll get to Fort Mason in about ten minutes. Text 6 M: Did you see that? W: What? M: Look over there at that man on the bicycle. W: Oh — why did you tell me to look? He doesn’t have any clothes on! M: There’s another — and another one! There’s about twenty of them riding together.W: Why are they riding bikes without clothes? (6) I thought being naked in public was against the law! M: Not here… In San Francisco, it’s legal. W: Let’s go walk somewhere else. It offends me. (7) M: I think it’s pretty funny. But the last thing I’d do without clothes on is ride a bike. W: The last thing I’d do in this cold city is take off my clothes! Text 7 M: Good afternoon, ma’am. How can we help you at Loan Finder? W: Hello. I’d like to take out a loan to buy a house. (8) M: All right. First, we’ll need to see your bank statement and credit report. We’ll also need a list of all the property you own — houses, land, cars, even shared vacation homes. W: OK, well, I don’t own any of those. M: Fine. We also need a copy of your tax returns for the last five years. (9) W: Really? I don’t know if I even kept copies that long. M: You can ask the government to send you copies. Some more documents we need are your driver’s license or other form of ID, marriage certificate, and passport. If you’ve taken out any other loans in the past three years, we need to have that information, too… W: Wow, that’s a lot of information! Do you need to read all of my personal emails, too? (10) Text 8 W: You’ll never believe what happened to me last week. (11) M: When you were visiting Laura? (11) W: Yes. (11) When we were walking up to her apartment on Monday, I tripped on the stairs. I couldn’t catch myself, and I landed right on my nose! M: Ouch! Did you break it? W: No, but it hurt a little. I felt so embarrassed, because it happened in front of her friends. If I had only been with Laura, I wouldn’t have minded. But that’s not all that happened during my trip. M: Let me guess — you fell down the stairs, too? W: Close. We were walking by the river early Wednesday morning. I looked up at some birds in the sky and fell down! (12) Once again, I fell right on my nose! M: Wow! What bad luck! W: You won’t believe it, but it happened a third time! M: You’re kidding! W: I’m not. This time, we were walking quickly to catch the train on Friday. I was wearing a long skirt and must have tripped on it. I fell flat on my face again. Despite all the falls, my nose feels fine right now. (13) M: You’re lucky — but pretty clumsy! Text 9 W: Look at the wonderful view from here! It feels like we’re at the top of the world! (14) M: Yes, it is a very nice view. You can see the whole city from this spot. (14) W: It looks so beautiful! I didn’t know London could be this pretty. Look at all the lights! (15) M: Yeah, I know. (15) I used to come here when I was a little child. W: This place must be very special to you, then. M: Yes, it is. I used to come here with my family at night to watch the shooting stars. W: Did you see a lot of shooting stars? M: Sometimes there were, sometimes there weren’t. But I liked coming here even if we didn’t see any. W: Did you ever see any wild animals? I heard there are wolves around here. (14) I think it might be scary to see a wolf at night. Did you ever see one? M: I’ve never seen a wolf, because there aren’t any wolves in England anymore. Sometimes deer cross the road in the evening. I’ve seen many different kinds of birds flying before sunset. Once, I thought I saw a bear. I was a little afraid, especially when it stood up on its back legs. It started coming toward me in the dark. W: Did you run? M: No. It started talking to me, actually. I was surprised, but then I saw it was just my dad. (16) He’d been looking for something he dropped on the ground. Text 10 Mr. Smithson has been taking pictures of his neighbors, and now they’re angry. He’s a photographer who lives on the second floor of an apartment building in New York City. (17) For his project called “The Neighbors”, he secretly took pictures of the residents of a luxury apartment building across the street. (18) Those photographs are now being sold for thousands of dollars at an art gallery. But it turns out the neighbors aren’t very happy with having their pictures secretly taken and sold. Even though Mr. Smithson didn’t show their faces, many of them feel embarrassed that the images show private moments that include taking naps and children resting with teddy bears. (19) In a statement about the project, the 60-year-old Smithson says his work is similar to bird-watching. He says his project is not about privacy. In the photographer’s opinion, the people in the apartment building create a stage when they open their curtains. He says he carefully takes pictures from the shadows of his home into theirs. He feels he’s like a bird-watcher, quietly waiting for hours to catch the best view. According to experts contacted by our news reporters, there is likely no legal case against Mr. Smithson because the faces in his pictures can’t be seen. (20) 查看更多

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