例：What is the gog to read?
A．A newspaper. B．A magaze. C．A book.
1． will the start?
A．At 5:00. B．At 6:00. C．At 7:00.
2．Which club will the jo?
A．The club. B．The travel club. C．The sports club.
3．What was the weather like the mounts yesterday?
A．Sunny. B．dy. C．Snowy.
4．What does the t to cut out of paper?
A．A fish. B．A bird. C．A monkey.
5．Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A． a library. B．At a bookstore. C． a museum.
6．Why does the wo make the call?
A．To make vitation.
B．To ask for formation.
C．To discuss a holiday p .
7．How much does the wo need to pay for the ibus?
A．$50. B．$150. C．$350.
8.What are the two sperkers ly tg about?
A.Electronic waste. B.Soil pollution. C.Recyg efits.
9.What does the wo decide to do with her cell phone the d?
A.Throw it away. B.Keep it at home. C.Sell it to be recycled.
10.What is the possible relationship bet the two sperkers?
A.Frds. B.Wife d husd. C.Busess partners.
11.Where does the wo work now?
a school. a restaurt. a travel cy.
12.What are the two sperkers gog to do?Ziyuku.com
A.To take a trip. B.To have a coffee. C.To attd a meetg.
13.What has proved accorg to the speaker?
A.The tr station. B.The bus service. C.The parg lot.
14.How does the speaker get to her office today?
A.By bus d on foot. B.By tr d by bus. C.By tr d on foot.
15.Who is the speaker?
A.A reporter. B.A po. C.A photographer.
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A 16 d some magazes
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第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，共 15 分）
从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，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。
例：It's so nice to hear from her , ________, we last met more t thirty years ago.
A. What's more B. That's to say C. other words D. Believe it or not
21. Suel, the tallest boy our class, ______ easily reach the books on the top shelf.
A. must B. should C. D. need
22. -Peter, please sd us postcards ______ we'll ow where you have visited.
A. but B. or C. for D. so
23. Every year, ______ makes the most beautiful kite will a prize the Kite Festival.
A. whatever B. whoever C. whomever D. whichever
24. -______ that compy to see how they tk of our product yesterday?
-Yes. They are happy with it.
A. Did you call B. Have you called C. Will you call D. Were you g
25. ______ birds use their feathers for flight, some of their feathers are for other purposes.
A. Once B. If C. Although D. Because
26. e moved lessly down the tred street, not og ______she was g.
A. why B. where C. how D.
27. y aires now allow passgers to prt their boarg passes one ______ their valuable te.
A. save B. savg
C. to save D. saved
28. If you don't understd sometg, you may research, study, d talk to other people _______ you figure it out.
A. because B. though C. until D. sce
29. the 1950s the USA, most ilies had just one phone at home, d wireless phones _______ yet.
A. hav't vted B. hav't vted
C. 't vted D. 't vted
30. The national park has a large collection of wildlife, _________ from butterflies to elepts.
A. rg B. rge C. to rge D. rged
31. The little pros ______ we meet our daily lives may be spirations for great vtions.
A. that B. as C. where D.
has retired, but he still rber the happy te _______ with his stuts.
A. to spd B. spd C. spg D. spt
33.People______better access to health care t they used to,d they're livg longer as a result.
A.will have B. have C.had D.had had
34. If the new safety syst _______ to use, the t would never have happed.
A. had put B. were put C. should be put D. would be put
35. y people who live along the coast make a livg _______ fisg dustry.
A. at B. C. on D. by
第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，共 30 分）
阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
nah Taylor is a schoolgirl from itoba, ada. One day, she was five years old, she was g with her mother downtown nipeg. They saw a 36 out of a garbage . She asked her mother why he did that d her mother said that the was homeless d hungry. nah was very 37 .She cou't understd why some people had to live their lives without shelter or ough food. nah started to tk about how she could 38 ,but,of course, there is not a lot one five-year-old do to solve(解决)the pro of homelessness.
Later , nah attded school, she saw other homeless person. It was a wo, 39 old shoppg trolley（购物车）which was piled with 40 . It sed that everytg the wo owned was t. This made nah very sad, d ev more 41 to do sometg. She had tg to her mother about the lives of homeless people 42 they first saw the homeless . Her mother told her that if she did sometg to ge the pro that made her sad, she wou' t 43 as bad.
nah to speak out about the homelessness itoba d t other provces. She hoped to 44 her message of hope d awaress. She started the Ladybug Foudation , orization g at gettg rid of homelessness. She to 45 "Big Bosses" lunches, where she would try to persuade local busess leaders to 46 to the cause. She also orized a fundraisg(募捐)drive "Ladybug Jars" to collect everyone`s spare ge durg "Make ge" month. More rtly, the foundation other 47 called National Red Scarf Day-a day people donate $20 d wear red scarves support of ada`s 48 d homeless.
There is ercy shelter nipeg called "nah`s Place", sometg that nah is very 49 of. nah`s Place is divided to several areas, provg shelter for people it is so cold that 50 outdoors death. the more t five years sce nah her activities, she has received a lot of 51 .For exple, she received the 2007 BRICK Award recoizg the 52 of young people to ge the world. But 53 all this, nah still has the 54 life of a nipeg schoolgirl, except that she pays regular visits to homeless people.
nah is one of y exples of young people who are g a 55 the world. You ,too!
36. A. jumpg B. eatg C. cryg D. wavg
37. A. noyed B. nervous C. ased D. upset
38. A. behave B. age C. help D. work
39. A. pusg B. carryg C. buyg D. hog
40. A. goods B. bottles C. foods D. bags
41. A. excited B. detered C. ergetic D. grateful
42. A. sce B. unless C. although D. as
43. A. sound B. get C. feel D. look
44. A. exge B. leave C. keep D. spread
45. A. sell B. deliver C. host D. pack
thusiastic d d.
B.Courageous d .
C.Cooperative d erous.
bitious d professional.
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B. It provides serious advertists.
C. It publishes popular sce fictions.
D. It coes fun with complex concepts.
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A. One courses.
B. Articles on new topics.
C. Lectures on a ced life.
D. Reports on stific discoveries.
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Measles(麻疹), which once killed 450 childr each year d disabled ev more, was nearly wiped out the United States 14 years ago by the universal use of the R ve(疫苗). But the disease is g a comeback, caused by a grog ti-ve movt d misformation that is sprg quickly. Already this year, 115 measles cases have reported the USA, compared with 189 for all of last year.
The numbers might sound small, but they are the g edge of a gerous trd. vation rates are very high, as they still are the nation as a whole, everyone is protected. This is called "herd munity", which protects the people who get hurt easily, clug those who 't be vated for medical reasons, babies too young to get vated d people on whom the ve doesn't work.
But herd munity works only nearly the whole herd jos . some refuse vation d seek a free ride, munity breaks down d everyone is ev bigger ger.
That's exactly what is happg small neighborhoods around the country from Orge County, California, where 22 measles cases were reported this month, to Brooklyn, N.Y., where a 17-year-old caused outbreak last year.
The resistce to ve has contued for decades, d it is driv by a real but very small risk. Those who refuse to take that risk selfishly make others suffer.
g tgs worse are state laws that make it too easy to opt out(决定不参加) of what are supposed to be required ves for all childr terg dergart. Sevt states allow parts to get exption（豁免), sometes just by sg a paper sayg they personally object to a ve.
Now, several states are movg to tight laws by g new regulations for optg out. But no one does ough to it exptions.
Parts ought to be able to opt out only for ited medical or religious reasons. But personal opions? Not good ough. Everyone joys the life-savg efits ves provide, but they'll exist only as long as everyone shares the risks.
63．The first two paragraphs suggest that ____________.
A．a small number of measles cases start a gerous trd
B．the outbreak of measles attracts the public atttion
C．ti-ve movt has its medical reasons
D．formation about measles spreads quickly
64．Herd munity works well ____________.
A．exptions are allowed
B．several ves are used together
C．the whole neighborhood is volved
D．new regulations are added to the state laws
65．What is the reason for the comeback of measles?
A．The overuse of ve.
B．The lack of medical care.
C．The features of measles itself.
D．The ve opt-outs of some people.
66．What is the purpose of the passage?
A．To troduce the idea of exption.
B．To discuss methods to cure measles.
C．To stress the portce of vation.
D．To appeal for equal rights medical treatt.
Hollywood's theory that es with evil(邪恶) ds will drive armies of killer robots is just silly. The real pro relates to the possibility that artificial tce(AI) may become extrely good at achievg sometg other t what we really t. 1960 a own matat Norbert er, who founded the field of cybernetics（控制论）, put it this way: "If we use, to achieve our purposes, a ical cy with whose operation we not effectively terfere(干预), we had better be quite sure that the purpose put to the e is the purpose which we really desire."
A e with a specific purpose has other quality, one that we usually associate with livg tgs: a wish to preserve its own existce. For the e, this quality is not -born, nor is it sometg troduced by hus; it is a logical consequce of the sple fact that the e not achieve its oral purpose if it is dead. So if we sd out a robot with the sgle struction of fetg coffee, it will have a strong desire to secure success by disg its own off switch or ev g yone who might terfere with its task. If we are not careful, t, we could face a d of global chess match st very detered, super tt es whose objectives conflict with our own, with the real world as the chessboard.
The possibility of terg to d losg such a match should contrate the ds of computer stists. Some researchers argue that we seal the es side a d of firewall, usg t to swer difficult questions but never allog t to affect the real world. Unfortunately, that p ss unlikely to work: we have yet to vt a firewall that is secure st orary hus, let alone super tt es.
Solvg the safety pro well ough to move forward AI ss to be possible but not easy. There are probably decades which to p for the arrival of super tt es. But the pro should not be dismissed out of d, as it has by some AI researchers. Some argue that hus d es coexist as long as they work ts-yet that is not possible unless es share the goals of hus. Others say we just "switch t off" as if super tt es are too stupid to tk of that possibility. Still others tk that super tt AI will never happ. On Septber 11, 1933, ous physicist Ernest Rutherford stated, with conce, "yone who expects a source of power the trsformation of these atoms is tg moonse." However, on Septber 12, 1933, physicist Leo Szilard vted the neutronduced(中子诱导) nuclear reaction.
67. Paragraph 1 ly tells us that artificial tce may .
A. run out of hu control
B. satisfy hu's real desires
C. cod armies of killer robots
D. work faster t a matat
68. es with specific purposes are associated with livg tgs partly because they might be able to .
A. prevt tselves from g destroyed
B achieve their oral goals deptly
C. do ytg successfully with giv orders
D. beat hus ternational chess matches
69. Accorg to some researchers, we use firewalls to .
A. help super tt es work better
B. be secure st evil hu gs
C. keep es from g harmed
D. avoid robots' affectg the world
70. What does the author tk of the safety pro of super tt es?
A. It will disappear with the developt of AI.
B. It will get worse with hu terferce.
C. It will be solved but with difficulty.
D. It will stay for a decade.
第二节 （共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，共 10 分）
Every al sleeps, but the reason for this has red foggy. lab rats are not allowed to sleep, they die wit a month. 71
One idea is that sleep helps us strgt new ories. 72 We ow that, while awake, fresh ories are recorded by rforg (加强) connections bet br cells, but the ory processes that take place while we sleep have unclear.
Support is grog for a theory that sleep evolved so that connections bet neurons(神经元) the br be ed overnight, g room for fresh ories to form the next day. 73
Now we have the most direct evce yet that he is right. 74 The synapses the mice t at the d of a period of sleep were 18 per t smaller t those t before sleep, shog that the connections bet neurons while sleepg.
If Tononi's theory is right, it would exp why, we miss a night`s, we d it harder the next day to contrate d learn new formation - our brs may have smaller room for new experces.
Their research also suggests how we may build lastg ories over te ev though the synapses become tner. The t discovered that some synapses s to be protected d stayed the se size. 75 "You keep what matters," Tononi says.
A. We should also try to sleep well the night before.
B. It's as if the br is preservg its most portt ories.
C. Silarly, people go for a few days without sleepg, they get sick.
D. The processes take place to stop our brs becog loaded with ories.
E. That's why stuts do better tests if they get a ce to sleep after learng.
F. "Sleep is the price we pay for learng," says Giulio Tononi, who developed the idea.
G. Tononi's t measured the size of these connections, or synapses, the brs of 12 mice.
第二节 （20 分）
1.C 2. B 3. C 4. B 5.A
6. B 7.B 8.A 9.C 10.A
11. C 12. B 13. A 14. C 15. A
16. dictionary 17.Italy 18. Monday/Mon. 19. Acket/ACKET 20.15374
21.C 22. D 23. B 24.A 25. C
26.B 27.C 28.C 29.D 30.A
31.A 32.D 33.B 34.A 35.B
36. B 37. D 38. C 39. A 40. D
41. B 42. A 43. C 44. D 45. C
46. A 47. A 48. B 49. C 50. B
51. A 52. D 53. B 54. C 55. D
56. B 57. C 58. B 59. D 60. B
61. D 62. B 63. A 64. C 65. D
66. C 67. A 68. A 69. D 70. C
71. C 72. E 73. F 74. G 75. B
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1. 讨论分工 2. 收集素材 3. 编辑制作 4. 放映视频
二、One possible version:
Graduation ally e. My classmates d I decided to do sometg. After a heated discussion, we agreed on g a video to record our experces at school.
Material collectg took us a whole week, durg which we terviewed our teachers d took pictures of every aspect of school life. The editg part after that was tough. We debated over what to put to the video. Some compromises were unavoidable, but the video turned out perfect. Several days later, the video was played on the graduation cerony, it was well received. The stuts d teachers shared a great te. That surely gave us a great sse of achievt.