例：How much is the shirt？
A.￡19.15. B.￡9.18. C.￡9.15.
1.What does Jo d difficult learng Ger？
A .Pronunciation. B. Vocabulary. C. Grmar.
2.What is the probable relationship bet the speakers？21・世纪*教育网
B. Brother d sister.
C. Teacher d stut.
3.Where does the conversation probably take place？【j*y.co】
A. a k. B. At a ticket office. C. On a tr.
4. What are the speakers tg about？
A.A restaurt. B.A street. C.A dish.
5.What does the wo tk of her terview？
A. It was tough. B. It was terestg. C. It was successful.
6. will Judy go to a party？
A. On Monday. B. On Tuesday. C. On esday.
7.What will Max do next？
A. Fly a kite. B. Read a magaze. C. Do his homework.21教育网
8.What does the suggest dog at first？
A. Gog to a concert.
B. Watg a movie.
C. Playg a computer e.
9.What do the speakers decide to do？
A. Visit Mike. B. Go boatg. C. Take a walk.
10.Which color do cats see better t hus？
A. Red. B. Gr. C. Blue.
11.Why do cats brg dead birds home？
A. To eat t a safe place.
B. To show off their huntg skills.
C. To make their owners happy.
12.How does the sound at the d of the conversation？
A. Grateful. B. Humorous. C. Curious.
13.Who is Macy？
A. Ed's mother. B. Ed's teacher. C. Ed's frd.
14.How does Ed usually go to dergart？
A. By car. B. On foot. C. By bus.
15.What does Ed joy dog at the dergart？
A. Tg stories. B. Sg songs . C. Playg with others.
16.What do the teachers say about Ed？
A. He's clever. B. He's quiet. C. He's brave.
17.At what age did ily start learng ballet？
A. Five. B. Six. C. Ne.
18.Why did ily move to Toronto？
A. To work for a ce school.
B. To perform at a ce theater.
C. To learn contporary ce.
19.Why did ily quit g？
A. She was too old to ce.
B. She failed to get a scholarship.
C. She lost terest it.
20.How does ily feel about stoppg trg？
A. She's pleased. B. She's regretful. C. She's upset
Welcome to Holker Hall & Gars
How to Get to Holker
By Car： Follow brown ss A590 from JB6, M6.Approxale travel tes: dermere-20 utes, dal-25 utes, caster-45 utes, chester-I hour 30 utes.z.x.xk
By Rail: The nearest station is Car-Cartmel with trs to Carnforth, caster Preston for connections to major cities & airports.
Sunday-Friday (closed on Saturday)11:00 -4:00pm,30 Mard Novber.
Hall & Gars Gars
Adults: ￡12.00 ￡8.00
Groups ￡9 ￡5.5
Producers: Market 13th April
Jo us to taste a variety of fresh local food d drks. Meet the producers d get some ext recipe ideas.
Holker Gar Festival 30th May
The evt celebrate its d niversary with a great show of the very best of garg, g it one of the most popular evts garg.
National Gar Day 28th August
Holker once ops is gars aid of the disadvtaged. For just a small donation you take a tour with our gar guide.
ter Market 8th Novber
This is evt for all the ily. der ong a variety of shops sg gifs while joyg a live music show d nice street tertt.
21.How long does it probably take a tourist to drive to Holker from chester?
utes. B.25 utes. C.45 utes. D.90 utes.
22.How much should a ber of a tour group pay to visit to Hall & Cars?
A.￡l2.00.B. B.19.00. C.A8.0 D.45.50
23.Which evt will you go to if you t to see a live music show? 【21教育名师】
A. Producers' Market. B. Holker Gar Festival.
C. National Gar Day. D. ter Market.
Cities usually have a good reason for g where they are, like a nearby port or river. People settle these places because they are easy to get to d naturally suited to counications d trade. New York City, for exple, is near a large harbour at the mouth of the Hudson River. Over 300 years its population grew gradually from 800 people to 8 million. But not all cities develop slowly over a long period of te. Boom towns grow from notg ost overnight. 1896, Dawson, ada, was unmapped wilderness(荒野). But gold was discovered there 1897, d two years later, it was one of the largest cities the West, with a population of 30,000.
Dawson did not have y of the natural convces of cities like London or Paris. People t there for gold. They travelled over snow-covered mounts d sailed hundreds of miles up icy rivers. The path to Dawson was covered with thirty feet of wet snow that could fall without warg. avche(雪崩) once closed the path, g 63 people. For y who made it to Dawson, however, the rewards were worth the difficult trip. Of the first 20,000 people who dug for gold, 4,000 got rich. About 100 of these stayed rich for the rest of their lives.
But no matter how rich they were, Dawson was never comfortable. Necessities like food d wood were very expsive. But soon, the gold that Dawson depded on had all found. The city was crowded with disappoted people with no terest settg down, d they heard there were new gold discoveries Alaska, they left Dawson City as quickly as they had come. Today, people still come d go - to see where the gold rush happed. Tourism is now the chief dustry of Dawson City - its prest population is 762.
24. What attracted the early settlers to New York City?
A. Its busess culture.
B. Its small population.
C. Its geographical position.
D. Its favourable ate.
25. What do we ow about those who first dug for gold Dawson?
A. Two-thirds of t stayed there.
B. One out of five people got rich.
C. ost everyone gave up.
D. Half of t died.
26. What was the reason for y people to leave Dawson?
A. They found the city too crowded.
B. They ted to try their luck elsewhere.
C. They were unable to std the ter.
D. They were short of food.
27. What is the text ly about?
A. The rise d fall of a city.
B. The gold rush ada.
C. Journeys to the wilderness.
D. Tourism Dawson.
While ous for architects are vited to lead the dess of ark bugs a such as the new CCTV tower d the National ter for the Perforg Arts, y ext ese architects are g great efforts to take the ter stage.
Their efforts have prov fruitful. g Shu, a 49-year-old ese architect, won the 2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize - which is oft referred to as the Nobel Prize architecture - on February 28. He is the first ese citiz to this award.
g serves as head of the Architecture Departt at the a y of Art (CAA). His office is located at the Xgs pus(校园) of the university gzhou, Zg Provce. y bugs on the pus are his oral creations.
The style of the pus is quite differt from that of most ese universities. y visitors were azed by the complex architectural space d abunt bug types. The curves(曲线) of the bugs perfectly match the rise d fall of hills, forg a unique view.
g collected more t 7 million doned bricks of differt ages. He asked the workers to use traditional tiques to make the bricks to walls, roofs d corridors. This creation attracted a lot of atttion tks to its mixture of modern d traditional ese ts(元素).
g's works show a deep understg of modern architecture d a good owledge of traditions. Through such a ce, he had created a new type of ese architecture, said Tadao do, the ner of the 1995 Pritzker Prize.jy-com
g believes traditions should not be sealed glass boxes at museums. "That is only evce that traditions once existed," he said.
"y ese people have a misunderstg of traditions. They tk tradition s old tgs from the past. fact, tradition also refers to the tgs that have developg d that are still g created, " he said.
"Today, y ese people are learng Western styles d theories rather t focusg on ese traditions. y people td to talk about traditions without og what they really are, " said g.
The study of traditions should be coed with practice. Otherwise, the recreation of traditions would be artificial d pty, he said.
28. g's ng of the prize s that ese architects are ___________.
A. follog the latest world trd
B. gettg ternational recoition
C. worg harder t ever before
D. relyg on for architects
29. What pressed visitors to the CAA Xgs pus most?
A. Its hilly viront. B. Its large sizjy*com
C. Its unique style. D. Its diverse functions.
30. What made g's architectural des a success?
A. The mixture of differt shapes.
B. The ce of East d West.
C. The use of popular tiques.
D. The harmony of old d new.
31. What should we do about ese traditions accorg to g?
A. Spread t to the world. B. Preserve t at museums.
C. Teach t universities. D. Recreate t practice.
Adults understd what it feels like to be flooded with objects. Why do we oft assume that more is more it comes to kids d their belongs? The good news is that I help my own kids learn earlier t I did how to live more with less.z.x.xk
I found the pre-holidays a good te to courage young childr to donate less-used tgs, d it worked. Because of our efforts, our daughter Georgia did decide to donate a large bag of toys to a little girl whose mother was unable to pay for her holiday due to ess. She chose to sell a few larger objects that were less oft used we promised to put the money to her school fund(基金）(our dergart daughter is serious about becog a doctor)
For weeks, I've tg of bigger, deeper questions: How do we make it a habit for
t? d how do we tr ourselves to help t live with, need, d use less? Yesterday, I
sat with my son, Shepherd, detered to test my own theory on this. I decided to play with
with only one toy for as long as it would keep his terest. I expected that one toy would
keep his atttion for about five utes, t utes, max. I chose a red rubber ball-sple,
universally available. We passed it, he tried to put it his mouth, he tried boung it, rog
it, sittg on it, throg it. It was totally, completely ough for . Before I ew it 21*教*育*名*师
hour had passed d it was te to move on to lunch.
We both e absorbed the splicity of playg together. He had my full atttion
d I had his. My little expert to d joy a sgle object worked for both of us.
32. What do the words "more is more" paragraph 1 probably ?
A. The more, the better. B. ough is ough.
C. More money, more worries. D. Earn more d spd more.
33.What made Georgia agree to sell some of her objects?
A. Savg up for her holiday B. Raisg money for a poor girl
B. g the money to her fund D. Givg the money to a sick mother
34. Why did the author play the ball with Shepherd?
A. To try out idea
B. To show a part's love
C. To tr his atttion
D. To help start a hobby
35.What be a suitable title for the text?
A. Take It or Leave It B. A Lesson from Kids
C. Live More with Less D. The Pleasure of Givg
Before there was the writt word, there was the guage of ce. ce expresses love d hate, joy d sorrow ,life d death, d everytg else bet.
36 We ce from Florida to Alaska, from north to south d sea to sea. We ce at gs, birthdays , office parties d just to fill the te.
"I adore g," says Lester Bridges, the owner of a ce studio Iowa. "I 't e dog ytg else with my life." Bridges runs ce classes for all ages. "Tg ce is wonderful. 37 It's great to watch t. For y of t, it's a way of meetg people d havg a social life."
38 "I tell you about one young couple," says Bridges. "They're learng to do traditional ces. They arrive at the class low spirits d they leave with a smile. 39 "
So, do we ce order to make ourselves feel better, er, healthier? drea Hillier says,"ce, like the pattern of a beatg heart, is life. Ev after all these years, I t to get better d better. 40 I d it hard to stop! g rds me I'm alive."
A. So why do we ce?
B. ce the U.S.is everywhere.
C. If you like g outdoors, come to erica.
D. My older stuts say it makes t feel young.
E. I keep practg ev I'm extrely tired.2・1・c・n・j・y
F. g ss to ge their g completely.
G. They stayed up all night long sg d g.【21・世纪・教育・网】
most of us get a text message on our cell phone from unown person, we usually say ＂sorry,
41 number!＂ d move on. But nis s 42 a text that clearly wasn't tded for , he did sometg 43 .
On March 19, nis got a group text 44 that a couple he 't ow were at the hospital, waitg for the 45 of a baby.
＂Congratulations! But I tk someone was mist,＂ nis 46 . The baby was born d update texts were 47 quickly from the overjoyed grother, Teresa. her 48 , she 't s to realize that she was 49 the baby's photos with a complete strger. ＂Well, I don't 50 you all but I will get there to take pictures with the baby,＂ replied nis before asg which room the new 51 were .
Much to the ily's surprise, nis stuck to his 52 ! He turned up at the hospital 53 gifts for the new mother dsey d her baby boy. dsey's husd was totally 54 by the unexpected visit. ＂I don't tk we would have rdomly vited over but we 55 it d the gifts.＂
Teresa 56 a photo of the ce meetg on a social networg website 57 by the toug words: ＂What a 58 this young was to our ily! He was so 59 d d to do this.＂ The post has sce ed the 60 of social media users all over the world, receivg more t 184,000 shares d 61,500 likes just three days.
41. A. unlucky B. secret C. new D. wrong
42. A. received B. trslated C. copied D. prted
43. A. reasonable B. special C. necessary D. practical
44. A. convg B. rg C. forg D. warng
45. A. wake-up B. recovery C. growth D. arrival
46. A. responded B. terrupted C. predicted D. repeated
47. A. cog B. settg out C. passg down D. movg around
48. A. opion B. xiety C. excitt D. effort
49. A. comparg B. exg C. discussg D. sharg
50. A. accept B. ow C. believe D. bother
51. A. parts B. doctors C. patts D. visitors
52. A. dr B. promise C. da D. prciple
53. A. bearg B. collectg C. opg D. g
54. A. discouraged B. relaxed C. astonished D. defeated
55. A. it B. need C. appreciate D. expect
56. A. found B. selected C. developed D. posted
57. A. confirmed B. splified C. clarified D. accompied
58. A. pity B. blessg C. relief D. pro
59. A. smart B. C. sweet D. fair
60. A. sympathy B. atttion C. control D. trust
I'm not sure 61 is more frighted, me or the ale gorilla(大猩猩）that suly appears out of nowhere. I'm g on a path the forest the tral Afr Republic. Unexpectedly, I'm face-to-face with the gorilla, who s scrg at 62 top of her lungs. That makes her baby scr, d t a 400-pound male appears. He scrs the 21・・jy・com
63 (loud)of all. The noise shakes the trees as the male beats his chest d charges toward me. I quickly lower myself, dug my head to avoid 64 (look) directly to his eyes so he doesn't feel 65 (ge).【21教育】
My ne is Mireya Mayor. I'm a 66 (sce)who studies als such as apes d monkeys. I was searg 67 these three western lod gorillas I'd observg. No one had s t for hours, d my colleagues d I were worrjy*com
the gorillas d I frighted each other, I was just glad to d 68 (they) alive. True to a gorilla's unaggressive nature, the huge al 69 ()me no real harm. He was just sayg: "I'm g of this forest, d here is your rder!" Once his message was delivered, he allowed me 70 (stay)d watch.
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第二节 书面表达 答案
I exgly delighted to hear from you. You asked me your last letter about the physical exercise our school d the follog formation may give you a rough sketch.
To with, a fabulous new stadium has built up, which has become the new ark our school. Moreover, with the stadium set up, a wide rge of sports evts are able to be held, of which pg-pong, football as well as runng competitions joy great popularity. As for me, I'm toxicated with basketball sce it has givg me strgth to confront the ges my life.
All all, I scerely vite you to come to our school d see for yourself.