1. What color is the man’s toothbrush?
A. Blue. B. Green. C. Red.
2. What is the man mostly worried about?
A. The noisy plane.
B. The safety of the airplane.
C. The service of the flight attendant.
3. How does the man feel?
A. Impatient. B. Helpless. C. Exhausted.
4. When does the girl have to go to bed?
A. At 8:00 p.m. B. At 9:00 p.m. C. At 11:00 p.m.
5. Where does the conversation take place?
A. At a fruit shop. B. At a candy shop. C. At the woman’s house.
6. What’s the relationship between the speakers?
A. Boss and employee. B. Co-workers. C. Classmates.
7. Why is Jane unhappy?
A. She forgot to answer some emails.
B. She talked to angry customers all morning.
C. She is usually the first one to take complaints.
听第7段材料，回答第8至10题。8. How much will the man pay in total?
A. $20. B. $25. C. $45. 9. How did the man get his shirt dirty?A. By cooking vegetable soup.B. By eating noodles.C. By washing up.10. When will the man get his shirt back?
A. On Sunday. B. On Monday. C. On Tuesday.
11. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Schoolmates. B. Brother and sister. C. Teacher and student.
12. What just happened to Chad’s shirt?
A. He got a tea stain on it.
B. He got blue paint on it.
C. He rolled in the grass with it.
13. What will Chad do after school?
A. Tell his mother what happened.
B. Ask Betty to explain for him.
C. Buy a new shirt.
14. Where is the treehouse?
A. In Justin’s yard. B. In Stanley’s yard. C. In Miss Johnson’s yard.
15. How will Justin get back to the treehouse?
A. By car. B. By bike. C. On foot.
16. Why is Justin in a hurry?
A. He is afraid of thunder.
B. He thinks it’s going to rain.
C. He wants Mom to see the treehouse.
17. What is the speaker mainly talking about?
A. How to predict an earthquake.
B. How to survive an earthquake.
C. How to rescue people in an earthquake.
18. What do people need to get ready for an earthquake?
A. Shelters. B. Cars. C. Blankets.
19. What does the speaker advise people to do when an earthquake hits?
A. Drop to the ground.B. Stay by the window.C. Run towards the door.
20. What does the speaker warn people of at the end of the talk?
A. Trapped lifts. B. Falling pieces. C. Damaged bridges.
第二部分英语知识运用 (共两节, 满分35分)
21. Difficult as rumors on micro blog or weibo are _____, the authorities will step up supervision so that people will not be easily misled.
A to prevent B to be prevented C prevented D preventing
22. On the first day of term, there were crowds of people in the dormitory, _____ for where they should go.
A all looked B all were looking C all to look D all looking
23.There are three main classes of drugs, _____ has a different effect on the body.
A all of which B and all of them C each of them D of which each
24. How did it _____ that you failed to _____ in time yesterday?
A. come up; turn down B. come on; turn over
C. come about; turn up D. come over; turn off
25. As a keen netizen, she thinks there ________ be better ways for the government to deal with the Internet cafes rather than to shut them down.
A. would B. should C. could D. might
26. ---The housing prices have been rising these months. But you can buy a flat on mortgage.
----________. We have to save up what we can to send our son abroad for further study.
A You can’t be serious B Anything but that C You bet D That’s a good point.
27.The theater turns out to be a(n) ______ and so few people go there; it’s not worth maintaining.
A old dog B stupid donkey C white elephant D black sheep
28. Don’t worry! You can easily find a job ________ skilled workers are badly needed.
A. when B. though C. unless D. where
29.----Oh, dear! You are just teasing me.
No actually. I’m _____ serious.
A greatly B largely C simply D deadly
30.----How do you think I can make up with my wife?
-----Put aside _____ you disapprove and attempt to find ____ you have in common.
A what; what B where; what C what; where D what; whether
31.Mr. White was surprised and annoyed that the boy had _____ a story which was too good to be condemned as a simple lie.
A thought B invited C considered D spun
32.Before signing the employment contract, you have to pay much attention to the numerous conditions _____ the enterprise attached to it.
A what B as C where D that
33.If you don’t admit a mistake and take responsibility for it, you are ___ to make the same one again.
A bound B content C due D keen
34.Confidence helps you to take a leap of faith when it comes to going after_____ it is that you truly desire.
A why B what C where D how
--It’s said that you will resign the present job, why?
----______. The atmosphere of the firm makes me feel at home.
A That depends B It’s not the case C That’s for sure D It’s hard to say
Accomplishment is often deceptive (导致误解的) because we don’t see the pain and perseverance that produced it. So we may credit the 36 with brains or lucky break, and let ourselves off the hook because we 37 in both two. Not that we could all be concert pianists just by exercising enough discipline. 38 , each of us has the makings of success in some effort, but we will achieve this only if we 39 our wills and work at it.
How can we acquire stick-to-itiveness (坚持)? There is no simple, fast 40 . But I have developed a way of thinking that has 41 my own weak will more than once. Here are the basic elements:
“Won’t” power. This is as important as will power. Discipline means choices. Every time you say yes to a goal or objective, you say no to many more. Every prize has its 42 . The prize is the yes; the price is the no. Igor Gorin, the noted Ukrainian-American baritone(男中音), told of his early days studying 43 . He loved to smoke a pipe, but one day his professor said, “Igor, you will have to make up your mind 44 you are going to be a great singer, or a great pipe smoker. You cannot be both.” 45 , the pipe went.
Delayed gratification (喜悦). M. Scott Peck, M.D., author of the best-seller The Road less Traveled, 46 this tool of discipline as “a process of 47 the pain and pleasure of life in such a way as to enhance the 48 by meeting and experiencing the pain first and 49 it over with.”
This might 50 routine daily decisions—something as 51 as skipping a favorite late-night TV show and getting to bed early, to be wide awake for a meeting the next morning. Or it might involve longer-term 52 .
The secret of such commitment is getting past the pain and seeing the delight. “The fact is that many 53 efforts aren’t fun,” says one radio and TV commentator. “True, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. But trying to turn everything we do into 54 makes for terrible frustrations, because life—even the most rewarding one—includes circumstances that aren’t 55 at all. I like my job as a journalist. It’s personally satisfying, but it isn’t always joyful.”?
36. A. producer B. applicant C. achiever D. performer
37. A. fall short B. come over C. leave behind D. work out
38. A. Meanwhile B. Still C. Rather D. Besides
39. A. restrict B. delay C. apply D. prefer
40. A. dimension B. formula C. dilemma D. foundation
41. A. damaged B. allowed C. suffered D. rescued
42. A. root B. result C. price D. goal
43. A. sound B. voice C. noise D. whistle
44. A. that B. if C. whether D. how
45. A. Instead B. Moreover C. However D. Therefore
46. A. forms B. manages C. shapes D. describes
47. A. determining B. scheduling C. mixing D. substituting
48. A. commitment B. tool C. mind D. pleasure
49. A. look B. think C. take D. get
50. A. make B. involve C. attach D. undergo
51. A. reasonable B. delightful C. simple D. strange
52. A. resolutions B. debates C. contrasts D. routines
53. A. visible B. experimental C. worthwhile D. challenging
54. A. work B. play C. hobbies D. efforts
55. A. unique B. smooth C. easy D. fun
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56. If 16 adults, including 3 aged 70, plan to visit the Chocolate Museum, how much should they pay at least？
A.＄69.? B.＄78. C.＄80.?? D.＄87.
57. According to the information of Auckland Museum, we know that _________.
A. it opens from 10 am to 5 pm?every day
B. it has a feast of fresh events except this year
C. the winner will fly a helicopter as a reward?
D. the museum focuses on New Zealand’s culture
Chimps(黑猩猩) will cooperate in certain ways, like gathering in war parties to protect their territory.But beyond the minimum requirements as social beings, they have little instinct(本能) to help one another.Chimps in the wild seek food for themselves.Even chimp mothers regularly decline to share food with their children, who are able from a young age to gather their own food.
In the laboratory, chimps don’t naturally share food either.If a chimp is put in a cage where he can pull in one plate of food for himself or, with no greater effort, a plate that also provides food for a neighbor in the next cage, he will pull at random—he just doesn’t care whether his neighbor gets fed or not.Chimps are truly selfish.
Human children, on the other hand, are naturally cooperative.From the earliest ages, they desire to help others, to share information and to participate in achieving common goals.The psychologist Michael Tomasello has studied this cooperativeness in a series of experiments with very young children.He finds that if babies aged 18 months see an unrelated adult with hands full trying to open a door, almost all will immediately try to help.
There are several reasons to believe that the urges to help, inform and share are not taught，but naturally possessed in young children.One is that these instincts appear at a very young age before most parents have started to train their children to behave socially.Anotheris that the helping behaviors are not improved if the children are rewarded.A third reason is that social intelligence develops in children before their general cognitive(认知的) skills, at least when compared with chimps.In tests conducted by Tomasello, the human children did no better than the chimps on the physical world tests but were considerably better at understanding the social world.
The core of what children’s minds have and chimps’ don’t is what Tomasello calls shared intentionality.Part of this ability is that they can infer what others know or are thinking.But beyond that, even very young children want to be part of a shared purpose.They actively seek to be part of a “we”, a group that intends to work toward a shared goal.
58. What can we learn from the experiment with chimps?
A.Chimps seldom care about others’ interests.
B. Chimps tend to provide food for their children.
C. Chimps like to take in their neighbors’ food.
D. Chimps naturally share food with each other.
59. Michael Tomasello’s tests on young children indicate that they________.
A.have the instinct to help others
B. know how to offer help to adults
C. know the world better than chimps
D. trust adults with their hands full
60. The passage is mainly about________.
A. the helping behaviors of young children
B. ways to train children’s shared intentionality
C. cooperation as a distinctive human nature
D. the development of intelligence in children
Enough “meaninglessdrivel”.That’s the message from a group of members of theUKgovernment who have been examining how social media firms like LinkedIngatherandusesocial media data.
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