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1. What will es do tomorrow?
A. Watch a TV progr.
B. Give talk.
2. What we say about the wo?
A. She's erouxr. B. She's curious C. She's helpfu-j-y
3. does the tr leave?
A.At 6:00 B.At 8:30 C.At 10:30
4.How does the wornon go work?
A.ByCar. B.On foot. C.By bike.
5.What is the probable relationship bet the speakers?【j*y.co】
A.Classmates. B.Teacher d stut. C.Doctor d patt.
听下面5段对话。每段对话后有几个小题, 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。
6.What does the wo regret?
A.Givg up her research. B.Droppg out of college. g her major.
7.What is the wo terested studyg now?
A.Ecology B.Education istry.
8.What is the ?
A.A hotel ager. B.A tour guide. C.A taxi driver.
9.What is the dog for the wo?
A.Loog for some local foods.
B.Shog her around the seaside.
C.Offerg fonnation about a hotel.
10.Where does the conversation probably take place?
office. B.At home C.At a restaurt.
11.What will the speakers do tomorrow evg?
A.Go to a concert. B.Visit a frd. C.Work extra hours.
12.Who is Alice gog to call?
ike B.Jo C.Cathere
13.Why does the wo meet the ?
A.To look at apartt.
B.To deliver some furniture.
C.To have a meal together.
14.What does the wo like about the carpet?
A.Its color. B.Its des. C.Its quality.
15.What does the say about the kit?
A.It's a good size.
B.It's newly pted.
C.It's adequately equipped.
16.What will the wo probably do ncxt?
A.Go downtown B.Talk with her frd. ake payt.
17.Who is the speake probably tg to?
ovie s. cws reporters. C.College stuts.
18. did the speakertake glish classes?
A.Before he left his hometown.
B.After he e to erica.
C. he was 15 years old.
19.How does the speaker feel about his teacher?
A.He's proud. B.He's sympathetic. C.He's grateful.
20.What does the speaker ly talk about?
A.How education shaped this fife.
B.How his guage skills proved.
C.How he aged his busess well.
答案1-5 BCCBA 6-10 BABCC 11-15 ABAAC 16-20 BCBCA
Cherry Blossom Bike Tour Wasgton.D.C
Duration: 3 hours
This small group bike tour is a tastic way to see the worous cherry trees with beautiful flowers of Wasgton, D.C. Your guide will provide a history lesson about the trees d the ous monuts where they blossom. Reserve your spot before availability - d the cherry blossoms - disappear!
Wasgton Capital Monuts Bicycle Tour
Duration: 3 hours (4 miles)
Jo a guided bike tour d view some of the most popular monuts Wasgton.D.C. Explore the monuts d orials on the National Mall as your guide shares unique
facts d history at each stop. Guided tour cludes bike, et, cookies d bottled water.
Capital City Bike Tour Wasgton, D.C.
Duration: 3 hour
Morng or Afternoon this bike tour is the perfect tour for D.C. newcomers d locals loog to experce Wasgton, a healthy way with um effortowledge guides will tert you with the most terestg stories about Prests.Congress,ories,d parks.Comfortable bikes d a smooth tour route（路线） make cyg bet the sites fun d relaxg.21·世纪*教育网
Wasgton Capital Sites at Night Bicycle Tour
Duration: 3 hour (7 miles)
Jo a small group hike tour for evg of exploration the heart of Wasgton,
D.C. Get up close to the monuts d orials as you bike the sites of Capitol Hill d the National Mall. Frequt stops are made for photo tg as your guide offers unique facts d history. Tour cludes bike, et, d bottled water. All rides are equipped with reflective vests d safety lights.
21. Which tour do you need to book advce? 【A】
A. Cherry Blossom Tour Wasgton.D.C.
B. Wasgton Capital Munuts Bicycle Tour.
C. Capital City Bikc Tour Wasgton.D.C.
D. Wasgton Capital Sites at Night Bicycle Tour.
22. What will you do on the Capital City Bikc Tour? 【D】
A. Meet ous people.
B. Go to a national park.
C. Visit own museums.
D. joy terestg stories.
23. Which of the follog does the bicycle tour at night provide? 【D】
A. City maps.
D. Safety lights.21.
Good Morng Brit's Susna Reid is used to grg guests on the sofa every morng,but she is coog up a storm her latest role-shog ilies how to prepare delicious d nutritious meals on a tight budget.【21·世纪·教育·网】
Save Money:Good Food,she visits a differt home each week d with the help of chef Matt Tebbutt offers top tips on how to reduce food taste,while preparg recipes for under ￡5 per ily a dayd the Good Morng Brit prester says she's able to put a lot of what she's learnt to practice her own home,preparg meals for sons,S,14,n,13,d Jack,11.
"We love Mex churros,so I buy t on my phone from my local Mex takeaway restaurt,"she exps. "I pay￡5 for a portion(一份),but Matt makes t for26p a portion, because they are flour, water, sugar d oil. Everybody buy takeaway food,but sometes we're not aware how cheaply we make this food ourselves."
The eight-part series(系列节目),Save Money:Good Food,follows the footsteps of ITV's Save Money:Good Health,which gave viewers advice on how to get value from the vast rge of health products on the market.【21教育名师】
With food our biggest weekly household expse,Susna d Matt spd te with a differt ily each tonight's Easter special they come to the aid of a ily need of some delicious spiration on a budget.The t trsforms the ily's long d of celebration with less expsive but still tasty recipes.
24.What do we ow about Susna Reid? (B)
A.She joys barrassg her guests. B.She has started a new progrme.
C.She dislikes worg early the morng. D.She has had a tight budget for her ily.21教育网
25.How does Matt Tebbutt help Susna? (C)
A.He buys coog materials for her. B.He prepare food for her kids.
C.He assists her coog matters. D.He vites guest ilies for her.
26.What does the author td to do paragraph 4? (C)jy*com
A.Suarize the previous paragraphs. B.Provide some advice for the readers.
C.Add some background formation. troduce a new topic for discussion.
27.What be a suitable title for the text? (D)【21教育】
A.Keepg Fit by Eatg Smart g Our Daily Diet
g Yourself a Perfect Chef D.Coog Well for Less
guages have cog d gog for thousds of years,but rt tes there has less cog d a lot more gog. the world was still populated by hunter-gatherers,small,tightly it(联系) groups developed their own patterns of speech dept of each other.Some guage experts believe that 10,000 years ago, the world had just five to t million people,they spoke perhaps 12,000 guages bet t.
Soon afterwards,y of those people started settg down to become farmers,d their guages too e more settled d fewer number rt turies,trade,dustrialisation,the developt of the nation-state d the spread of universal compulsory education,especially globalisation d better counications the past few decades,all have caused y guages to disappear,d dot guages such as glish,Spisd ese are creasgly tg over.
At prest, the world has about 6,800 guages. The distribution of these guages is hugely unev. The eral rule is that mild zones have relatively few guages, oft spo by y people, while hot, wet zones have lots, oft spo by small numbers. Europe has only around 200 guages; the ericas about 1,000; Africa 2,400; d Asia d the Pacific perhaps 3,200, of which papua New Guea alone accounts for well over 800. The number （中位数）of speakers is a mere 6,000,which s that half the world's guages are spo by fewer people t that.
Alredy well over 400 0f the total of 6,800 guages are close to extction (消亡), with only a few elderly speakers left. Pick, at rdom, Busuu eroon (eight rg speakers), Chiapeco Mexico (150), Lip Apache the Unitde States (two or three) or Wadjigu Auatralia (one, with a questionark): none of these ss to have much ce of survival.
28.What we fer about guages hunter-gatherer tes? B
A.They developed very fast. B.They were large number.
C.They had silar patterns. D.They were closely connected.
29.Which of the follog best exps "dor" undered paragraph 2? C
30.How y guages are spo by less t 6,000 people at prest. B
A.About 6,800. B.About 3,400.
C.About 2,400. D.About 1,200.
31.What is the idea of the text? C
ew guages will be created.
B.People's lifestyles are reflected guages.
C.Hu developt results fewer guages.
D.Geography deteres guage evolution.
We may tk we're a culture that gets rid of our worn tology at the first sight of sometg shony d new,but a new study shows that we keep usg our old devices (装置) well after they go out ot style,That's bad news for viront - d our wallets - as these outdated devices consume much more ergy t the newer ones that do the se tgs，21*教*育*名*师
To figure out how much power these devices are usg,Callie Babbitt d her colleagues at the Rochester stitute of Tology New York tracked the virontal costs for each product throughout its life - form its edals are ed to we stop usg the device.This method provided a readout for how home ergy use evolved sce the early 1990s.Devices were grouped by eration.Desltop computers basic mobile phones,d box-set TVs ed 1992. Digital eras arrived on the se 1997. d MP3 players, smart phones, d LCD TVs tered homes 2002, before tablets d e-readers showed up 2007.
As we accumulated more devices,however,we 't throw out our old ones."TheLivg-room television is replaced d gets pted the kid's room ,d suly one day,you have a TV every room of the house,said one researcher. The average number of electronic devices rose from four per household 1992 to 13 2007.We're not just keepg these old devices-we contue to use t. Accorg to the alysis of 's t,old desktop monitors d box TV's with cathode ray tubes are the worst devices with their ergy consumption d contribution to grhouse gas issions(排放) more t doug durg the 1992 to 2007 dopetitor C.textbook structor
45.A.urged ded C.held t
46 A. fastest B. easiest C. best D.rarest
47 A. terciew eet C. ge D. beat
48 A. ce B. qualification C. honor D. job
49 A. real B. perfect C. clear D. possible
50A. attd B. pass C. skip D. observe
51 A. add B. expose C. apply D. compare
52 A. evtually B. naturally C. directly D. normally
53 A. e B. prestation C. course D. expert
54 A. criterion B. classroom C. departt D. situation
55 A. taught B. wrote C. questioned D. promised
56 A. fact B. step C. ner D. skill
57 A. grades B. decisions C. pressions D. cots 2·1·c·n·j·y
58 A. alyze B. descibe C. rebuild D. control
59 A. nounce B. sal C. block D. evaluate
60 A. role B. desire C. concern D. behavior
Accorg to a review of evce a medical journal runners live three years 61 (long) t non-runners You don't have to run fast long 62 (see)the efit You may drk ,smoke be overg d still reduce your risk of 63 （die）earlyby runng.
While runng regularly 'make you live forever, the review says it 64 (be)more effective at gtg life 65 g ,cyg or sg. Two of the authors of the review also made a study published 2014 66 showed a mere five to 10 utes a day of runng reduced the risk of heart disease d early deaths from all 67 (cause)
The best exercise is one that you joy d will do. But otherwise ......
It's probably runng. To avoid ee p,you run on soft surfacces to 68 (strgth)your leg muscles(肌肉),avoid hills d get good runng shoes.Runng is cheap,easy d it's always 69 (ergy). If you are te poor,you need run for only half the te to get the se efits other sports,so perhaps we should all give 70 a try.
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Durg my last ter holiday, I t to countryside with my father to visit my grdparts.I d a big ge there. The first te I t there, they were livg a small house with dogs, ducks, d other als. Last ter I t here , they had a big separate house to raise dozs of . They also had a small pond which they raised fish. My grdpa said last suer they earned quite a lot by sell the fish. I felt happily that their life had proved. At the d of our trip. I told my father that I pned to return for every two years, but he agreed.