1. -Is Peter cog?
o, he____ his d after a phone call at the last ute.
A. ges B. ged C. was g D. had ged
2. The meetg will be held Septber, but____ ows the date for sure.
A. everybody B. nobody C. ybody D. somebody
3.I just heard____ k where Dora works was robbed by____ gun wearg a mask.
A. the; / B. a; / C. the; a D. a; the
4.If you miss this ce, it may be years ____ you get other one.
A. As B. before C. sce D. after
5.-I drive you home.
-____ , but are you sure it's not too much trouble?
A. That would be great B. Don't bother
C. I'm afraid not D. Take care
6.____ the poorest area of Glasgow, he had a long, hard road to becog a football star.
A. g raised B. Raisg C. Raised D. To raise
7.Without his warte experces, gway____ his ous novel A Farewell to Arms.
A. 't write B. 't writt
C. wou't write D. wou't have writt
8. We must d out ____ Karl is cog, so we book a room for .
A. B. how C. where D. why
9. Bach died 1750, but it was not until the early 19th tury____ his musical gift was fully recoized.
A. while B. though C. that D. after
10. Last year was the warmest year on record, with global tperature 0.68 ℃____ the average.
A. below B. on C. at D. above
11. Like t sailors, birds d their way____ the sun d the stars.
A. used B. havg used C. usg D. use
12. You ____ be Carol. You hav't ged a bit after all these years.
A. must B. C. will D. shall
13. my hometown, there is always a harvest supper for the farmers after all the wheat____ cut.
A. will have B. will be C. was D. has
14.He wrote y childr' s books, nearly half of____ were published the 1990s.
A. whom B. which C. t D. That
15. -Hello ny, I see Ms. Lewis?
-____. I'll tell you're here.
A. With pleasure B. Never d C. You're welcome D. Just a ute
Alice was sixt, I was the one who ted to run away from home. It was 16 to see the ges cog over her. She skipped school, d refused to counicate. I tried g firm, but it 't 17. I saw a dark future for my once sweet daughter.
One school day Alice returned home very late. With a quarrel view. I was surprised to see Alice was 18.
"I hope I did the right tg, Mom,""Alice said. I saw a cat, all bloody but alive. I 19 it to the vet's(宠物医院), d was asked to make payt 20 . As I cou't reach yone at the phone number on the cat's tag(标牌), I had to pay the bill."
the follog days, the owner still cou't be 21. Alice paid the vet to contue treatt. I grew 22: what if the ily had sply left the cat d?
A week t by. A wo called to speak to Alice.
"She is at school," I said.
"You have a 23 daughter," she said, appartly tears.
Her ily had just returned from abroad, d got a (n) 24 from the vet. Their cat was recoverg, tks to Alice's 25. "We 't wait to hug Cuddles ," she sobbed.
Upon her return home, Alice was filled with 26 at the news. So was I. I learned through other wo's eyes that my daughter was still a good person despite her 27 tage years. Her warm heart would surely guide her the right direction.
16. A. pleast B. pful C. unwise D. spirg
17. A. r B. match C. appear D. work
18. A. noyed B. used C. worried D. terested
19. A. carried B. followed C. returned D. guided
20. A. monthly B. honestly C. erously D. mediately
21.A. trusted B. contacted C. persuaded D. satisfied
22. A. active B. rude C. xious D. proud
23. A. pretty B. grateful C. wonderful D. curious
24. A. apology B. vitation C. message D. reply
25. A. suggestion B. donation C. court D. help
26. A. love B. ger C. regret D. joy
27. A. troubled B. long C. borg D. quiet
16. 【答案】 B
[考点] 形容词 感情色彩
3. tried g firm 尝试严格点but 转折指出女儿逃学，拒绝交流，我尝试严格点，但是没用， 所以选work 起作用
18. 【答案】 C
A.携带 B. 跟随 C. 归还 D. 引导；指导 根据搭配选A
20. 【答案】 D
21. 【答案】 B
e the first days a new te zone. Slow to respond to the 28 , your body clock is confused. You're sleepy all day, but it's te for bed, you hardly fall asleep. Obviously you are 29 jet lag（时差反应）.
Travelers have traditionally fought this 30 with sleepg pills or alcohol. There are actually healthier ways that work just as 31.
For exple, the mot you get on the airpe, start 32 your biological block to the destation's te. If it's dayte your destation, try to stay 33 . g around the （客舱） be of help. it's nightte, try to sleep. that case, eat before the flight, 34 pty stomach will prevt you from sleepg. These tips will help you start a new 35of sleep d wakefuess.
28. A.flight ge d ate
29. A.sufferg from B.worg on C.loog to g to
30. ger B.pro C.waste D.fear
31. A.briefly B.slowly C.suly D.effectively
32. g B.sg C.adjustg D.stoppg
33. A.awake B.alone C.hungry
34. A.though B.so C.whole D.or
35. A.understg B.cycle C.research D.trd
At thirt, I was osed（诊所） with d of atttion disorder. It made school difficult for me. everyone else the class was focusg on tasks, I could not.
my first literature class, Mrs.Smith asked us to read a story d t write on it, all wit 45 utes. I raised my d right away d said,"Mrs.Smith, you see, the doctor said I have atttion pros. I might not be able to do it."
She ced down at me through her glasses, "you are no differt from your classmates, young ."
I tried, but I 't ish the rg the bell rg. I had to take it home.
the quietness of my bedroom, the story suly all e clear to me. It was about a d person, Louis Braille. He lived a te the d cou't get much education. But Louis 't give up. stead, h vted a rg syst of raised dots（点）, which oped up a whole new world of owledge to the d.
Wasn't I the "d" my class, g made to learn like the "sighted" stuts? My thoughts spilled out d my p started to ce. I completed the task wit 40 utes. deed, I was no differt from others; Ijust needed a quieter place. If Louis could d his way out of his pros, why should I ever give up?
I 't expect ytg I dled my paper to Mrs.Smith, so it was quite a surprise it e back to me the next day- with "A" on it. At the bottom of the paper were these words:" See what you do you keep tryg?"
36.The author 't ish the rg class because.
A.He was new to the class B.He was tried of literature
C.He had atttion disorder D.He ted to take the task home
37.What do we ow about Louis Braille from the passage?
A.He had good sight B.He made a great vtion.
C.He gave up rg D.He learned a lot from school
38.What was Mrs.Smith 's attitude to the author at the d of the story?
gry patt C.Sympathetic courg
38.What is the idea of the passage?
A.The disabled should be treated with respect.
B.A teacher op up a new world to stuts.
C.One d his way out of difficulties with efforts.
D.Everyone needs a d faced with ges.
t Egypt, a shopkeeper discovered that he could attract customers to his shop sply by g ges to its viront. Modern busesses have follog his lead,with more tactics（策略）.
One tactic volves where to display the goods. Foe exple, stores place fruits d vegetables the first section. They ow that customers who buy the healthy food first will feel happy so that they will buy more junk food（垃圾食品）later their trip. departt stores, section is erally next to the wo's cosmetics(化妆品) section：while the shop assistt is gog back to d the right size shoe, bored customers are likely to der over cosmetics they might t to try later.
Besides, busesses seek to appeal to customers' sses. Stores notice that the smell of baked goods courages shoppg, they make their own bread each morng d t the bread smell to the store throughout the day. Music sells goods, too. Researchers Brit found that Frch music was played, sales of Frch e t up.
it comes to the sg of houses, busesses also use highly rewarg tactics. They d that customers make decision the first few second upon g the door, d turn it to a busess opportunity. A California builder desed the structure of its houses smartly. terg the house, the customer would see the Pacific O through the dows, d t the poll through op stairway g to the lower level. The stt view of water on both levels helped sell these $10 million houses.
40.Why do stores usually display fruits d vegetables the first section?
A. To save customers tes.
B. To show they are high quality foods.
C. To help sell junk food.
D. To sell t at discount prices.
41.Accorg to Paragraph 3, which of the follog courages customers to buy?
A. Opg the store early the morng.
B. Displayg British es next to Frch ones.
C. vitg customers to play music.
D. g the store with the smell of fresh bread.
42.What is the California builder's story tded to prove?
A. The house structure is a key factor customers consider.
B. The more costly the house is, the better it sells.
C. o view is much to the customers' taste.
D. A good first pression creases sales.
43.What is the purpose of the passage?
A. To exp how busesses turn people to their customers.
B. To troduces how busesses have grown from the past.
C. To report researches on customer behavior.
D. To show dishonest busess practices.
der ・2 hours ago
Today, a talked very loud on his phone on a tr bet Malvern d Rg, g y passgers upset. I wonder how he would react if I were to read my newspaperoutloudonthetr, Ihave never had the courage to do it, though.
Pak50 ・・・ ・57 utes ago
Why not give it a try? Perhaps you should take lessons on a
musical strut. The late mus nisBr is said to have
asked a fellow tr passger to turn off his radio. his
request was refused, he took out his Frch horn(号) d started
gie O'a・42 utes ago
I don't see how musical struts help prove ners public. Don't do to others what you wou't like to be done to yourself. Once, a passger next to me talked out loud on his mobile phone. I left my seat quietly, givg some privacy to ish his conversation. He realized this d apologised to me. his phone rg later, he left his seat to swer it. You see, a bit of respect d cooperation do the job better.
Taodas ・29 utes ago
I did read my newspaper out loud on a tr, d it turned out well. The guy took it good part, d we chatted happily all the way to bergh.
Sophie 76 ・utes ago
I have not tried rg my newspaper out loud on a tr, but ,several years ago, I read some chapters from Harry Porter to my bored d noisy childr. Several passgers sed to appreciate what I did.
44. The passger made apology to gie O'a because____.
A. he offered his seat to someone else
B. he spoke very loudly on his phone
C. he refused to talk with gie
D. he ored gie's request
45. Who once read a newspaper out loud on a tr?
A. Pak50 B. gie O'a C. Taodas D. Sophie76
46. What is the discussion ly about?
A. How to react to bad behavior. B. How to kill te on a tr.
C. How to chat with strgers. D. How to make a phone call.
47.Where is the passage most probably t from?
A. A webpage. B. A newspaper. C. A novel. D. A report.
There are y places to go on safari（观赏野生动物） Africa, but rg a horse through the flooded waters of Botsa's Okavgo Delta must rk as one of the world's most excitg wildlife journeys.
Several safari ps operate as the base for this advture, provg unique rides twice a day to explore deep to the delta. The ps have ext horses, professional guides d lots of support workers. They have a reputation for provg a great rg experce.
The morng ride, the guides take you to beautiful, shallow lakes full of water lilies, tds to be more active. It is unlike y other rg experce. With rbows forg the splasg water around you d the sound of huge drops of water boung off your body d face. It is truly excitg. You are very likely to come across large wild als, too. On horseback it is possible to get quite close to elepts, giraffes d y other als. The sse of excitt d tsion levels rise suly though, as does your heart rate, as you move closer to t.
the evg, rides are usually at a more relaxed d unhurried pace. With go light strg across the grassy delta d the als cog out to eat d drk. Sedate though they are, rides at this te of day are still very pressive. As the sun's rays pass through the dust kicked up by the horses, the roce of Africa comes to life.
Back at the p you kick off your boots d joy ext food d e. Loog back on your day, you will d it hard to y that a horseback Safari is as close as you will ever come to swerg the call of the wild.
48. What does the undered word "They" refer to?
A. Flooded waters B. Wildlife journey
C. Safari ps D. Unique rides
49. What does the author d most excitg about a horse safari?
A. Sg d g the real Afr life.
B. joyg good food d e at the p.
C. Huntg large als just as our cestors did.
D. g part of the se d gettg close to als.
50. What does the undered word "sedate" probably ?
A. Wild d rotic B. Slow d peaceful
C. Hurry d thirsty D. Active d excited
51. The author troduced the rg experce the OKavgo Delta ly by________.
A. Follog space order B. Follog te order
C. g classifications D. Givg exples
The values of artistic works, accorg to cultural relativism(相对主义), are sply reflections of local social d economic conditions. Such a view, however, fails to exp the ability of some works of art to excite the hu d across cultures d through turies.
History has witnessed the dless productions of Shakespear plays every major guage of the world. It is never rare to d that Mozart packs Japese concert halls, as Japese pter Hiroshige does Paris galleries, Unique works of this d are differt from today's popular art, ev if they as works of popular art. They have set tselves apart their teless appeal d will probably be joyed for turies to the future.
a 1757 essay, the philosopher David Hume argued that because"the eral prciples of taste are uniform(不变的) hu nature,"the value of some works of art might be esstially pert. He observed that Homer was still ired after two thousd years. Works of this type, he believed, spoke to deep d unvaryg features of hu nature d could contue to exist over turies.
Now researchers are applyg stific methods to the study of the universality of art. For exple, evolutionary psychology is g used by literary scholars to exp the long-lastg tes d plot devices fiction. The structures of musical pieces are now op to expertal alysis as never before. Research gs s to dicate that the creation by a great artist is as pert achievt as the discovery by a great stist.
52.Accorg to the passage, what do we ow about cultural relativism?
A.It troduces differt cultural values.
B.It exps the history of artistic works.
C.It relates artistic values to local conditions.
D.It excites the hu d throughout the world.
Paragraph 2, the artists are tioned order to show that .
A.great works of art go beyond national boundaries
B.history gives art works special appeal to set t apart
C.popular arts are hardly distguishable from great arts
D.great artists are skilled at cog various cultures
54.Accorg to Hume, some works of art exist for turies because .
A.they are results of stific study
B.they establish some eral prciples of art
C.they are created by the world's greatest artists
D.they appeal to ung features of hu nature
55.Which of the follog best serve as the title of the passage?
A.Are Artistic Values Universal? B.Are Popular Arts Pert?
C.Is Hu Nature Uniform? D.Is Cultural Relativism Stific?
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