听下面5段对话，，每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的A、B 、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项，并标出在试卷的相应位置。听完每段话后，你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
1.What is woman looking for?
B. Her desk.
2.What is the man doing?
C.Fixing the computer.
3.How did the woman go around San Francisco?
4.Where is the museum?
A.On New Street.
B.At the first crossing.
C.Opposite the library.
5.Why c ouldn’t Sandy get the books?
A.Because he was too busy to go to the bookstore.
B.Because the bookstore closed before he arrived.
C.Because the books were sold out before he arrived.
听下面3段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的A 、B 、C三个选项中选出最佳选项，并标出在试卷的相应位置。听完每段话和独白前，你有时间阅读各个小题，每小题5秒钟，听完后，各小题给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
6.Who is going to Peru this weekend?
7.What will Mike do this weekend?
A.Stay with Jack.
B.Have an exam.
C.Study for the test.
8.When will Lucy see the movie?
C. On Sunday.
9.Where does the conversation take place?
A.At the doctor’s.
B.In the classroom.
C. On the playground.
10.Which of the following is true about the man?
A.He sometimes plays football.
B.He stays up late to study on weekdays.
C.He hardly eats fruit or vegetables.
11.What advice does the woman give?
A.The man should play table tennis sometimes.
B.The man should get enough sleep.
C.The man should work hard for the exams.
12.How will the weather be tomorrow in southern England?
A.Cloudy and dry.
B.Warm and wet.
C.Sunny and dry.
13.What will the weather be like across Wales early in the morning?
14.When will it rain in the north of England?
A.In the morning.
B.In the afternoon.
C.In the evening.
15.What will the temperatures be tomorrow in Scotland and Northern Ireland?
A.Around 52 degrees.
B.Around 55 degrees.
C.Around 64 degrees.
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阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项(A 、B 、C和D)中选出最佳选项。
If you want to sat out of debt(债务),you
need to set a budget. First,know what you are
spending your money on. Write down what
you buy and how much you spend.you can use
an app or a computer program.Then look at
your information .First,write down how much
your food,housing, transportation,and other
monthly bills like electricity cost.These are
you needs.Then write your goals.These are any
debt you have to pay and money you want to
save.Then write the other things you
enjoy,These are extras,such as going to
restaurant,movies,or the gym.These are the
things you like but don’t need.How much do
you spend on these extras each month?
Now look at your income.Your income is
the amount of money you make each
month.How much of it do you spend on
needs,goals,and extras?One good rule is 50 percent of your paycheck is for you needs,Pay for things in this order:need first,goals second,and extras third.The first step in setting a budget is to know where your money goes.Then you can make payments,plan for your goals,and make good choices.
16.The underlined word “budget”in Paragraph 1 means________.
A.a method for how to borrow money
B.a plan for how to spend money
C.a suggestion on how to lend money
D.a test on how to use money
17.Which of the following does housing belong in according to the text?
18.How much in spent on restaurants according to the table?
19.How much of your income is spent on goals according to the Chart?
17.B【解析】细节理解题。由第一段第五句“First，write down how much your food , housing, transportation , and other monthly bills like electricity cost. These are your needs.”可知，housing 属于需要。故选B。
20.What can you do when you go on Essential Europe Tour?
A.Experience long walks along the seaside.
B.Visit museums with an experienced guide.
C.Travel by train everywhere in Europe.
D.Book trips to visit local markets.
21.Which of the following will provides you with a chance to go mountain biking?
22.Who will probably choose Backpacking Trip?
A.A newly married couple who want to go shopping.
B.A family with children who’d like to enjoy food.
C.A man who wants to spend less money on a journey.
D.A businessman who plans to stay at a luxury hotel.
【主旨大意】这是一篇应用文。本文为维克多度假公司向旅行者推荐的几项度假计划。20.B【解析】细节理解题。由“Tours”最后一句可知，在Essential Europe Tour中可以在有经验的导游带领下参观博物馆。故选B。
21.D【解析】细节理解题。由最后一个表格“Active Vacations”第二句可知，在Active Vacations 可以去远足。故选D。
22.C【解析】细节理解题。由“Backpacking Trip”最后一句“We can help you find the best way to save money.”可知，这个度假计划可以帮度假者省钱。故选C。
Class Afloat is a Canadian school on a tall ship! The ship is 210 feet long and 30 feet wide, and it can take up to sixty students. The classrooms are well-equipped and comfortable, and there’s even a library! It isn’t necessary to know anything about sailing——students can learn on the ship.
Not all the students are Canadian, there’s usually a mix of nationalities. This year, there are also students from Mexico, the US, Germany, and Turkey. There’s a mix of ages too. There are high school students sixteen to eighteen years old, and first-year college students.
The teachers design special study programs for each student. Because the school is a ship, you can do some exciting classes, for example, Marine Biology (studying the animals and plants in the sea) and History of geography courses about the places you visit, Students also learn all about sailing.
Students don’t just study. They must also clean, cook, and sail the ship. In their free time, students can rest, read, or watch a movie. In the evening, they relax with friends and have club meetings.
Every sixteen to twenty days, the ship stops in a port of three to six days. In port there’s lots for the students to do——homestays, camping trips, museum tours, culture events, hiking ,etc. They also go boating and do other water sports. Parents can meet up with the students in one port every term.
Students also take part in two volunteer programs in Senegal and the Dominican Republic. They help local families in different ways, for example, with basic health matters or starting a business, students learn how, with just a little money and time, the can make change that improve other people’s lives.
23.In paragraph 2 we can get the information about ____________
B. the students
C. the classes
24.Which of the following statements is true?
A.Students must know how to sail before they join the ship.
B.All the students take the same classes together.
C.Students go home to see their parents in holiday.
D.Besides studying, students also have to do jobs on the ship.
25.Why are students require to take part in the volunteer projects.
A.They can learn how to help others.
B.They can how to make money.
C.They can learn how to start a business.
D.They can learn how to do medical practices.
26.The passage is mainly about ________
A.learning to sail a tall trip
B.sailing around the world
C.a school on a sailing ship
Do you know when restaurants were invented? The first restaurants were invented thousands years ago . However, they were very different from restaurants today.
The first restaurants were in ancient Greece and ancient Rome. These restaurants served food in large stone bowls. People didn’t order food from a menu. Everyone used to share the food from big bowls. People believe that these places were very popular because most homes in Greece and ancient Rome didn’t have kitchens. Also, people didn’t have to store food at home if they ate their meals at these restaurants.
Later, restaurants began to open in China. In the early in 1100s, more than 1 million people live in the city of Hangzhou, China. It was a very busy city, and people had money. All of these people had to eat. Smart cooks started cooking and selling food along the Imperial Way, a very big street in the city. Unlike in ancient Greece and ancient Rome, people in China could choose food from a menu. T hey didn’t have to eat the same food as everyone else.
For the next several centuries, there were restaurants all over the world. People could buy food on the street or at inns——small hotels. Then in the middle of the 1700s, restaurants started opening in Paris. These restaurants were more similar to restaurants we know today. There was a bigger variety of food, and eating in these restaurants was a more enjoyable experience. In the 19th century, trains made travel much faster and simpler. In the end, this kind of restaurant began to appear all over Europe and in other parts of the world.
Now, restaurants are everywhere. You can buy a variety of different kinds of food. You can have food sent to your door. But remember it wasn’t always like that.
27.It is believed that these first restaurants were popular because_____.
A. people could eat different food
B. the food there was very cheap
C. people were very busy to cook
D. most homes didn’t have kitchen
28.How were the restaurants in Hangzhou different from the first restaurants?
A. They offered menus to customers.
B. They usually served the same food.
C. They sold the food in large stone bowls.
D.They prepared food for all people in the city.
29. The underlined part “these restaurants” In Paragraph 4 means_____.
A. restaurants in ancient Greece and ancient Rome
B. restaurants in Hangzhou In the early in 1100s
C. restaurants in Paris in the middle of the 1700s
D. restaurants all over Europe In the 19th century
30.The author wrote this article to_____.
A. help us to choose restaurants
B. tell us the history of restaurants
C. encourage us to eat at restaurants
D. show us the changes of eating habits
27.D【解析】细节理解题。由第二段第五句“People believe that these places were very popular because most homes in ancient Greece and Rome did not have kitchens.”可知，那时候饭馆很受欢迎因为当时大部分家庭没有厨房。故选D。
28.A【解析】细节理解题。由第三段倒数第二句“Unlike in ancient Greece and Rome, people in China could choose food from a menu. ”可知，杭州的餐馆和希腊和罗马的参观不同在于，杭州的餐馆里顾客可以根据菜单选餐。故选A。
What are your family traditions?The following information comes from several readers: JARED:31 We take turns picking a movie to watch together.It’s fun because I watch something my parents like,and they watch something I like.My mother likes old black and white movies,so I see a lot of them!We also make pizza and eat it in front of the TV.
WINNIE:32 My favorite meal is spaghetti and meatballs.My mom usually cooks,but my dad and sister help.On my sister’s birthday,we eat pizza.On my mom’s birthday,we have chicken,and on my dad’s birthday we h ave steak.Of course,we always have a birthday cake,too. DANNI:33 My family is really busy.We have a large family,and it’s not easy for everyone to get together at the same time.On that day,we go to a nice restaurant and we talk and talk and talk. SUZIE:34 After dinner,we go to the living room and play a board game,such as Scrabble or Monopoly.We have about seven different ones we play,but we only play one game a night.I plan to keep this tradition after I start my own family.
ROB: 35 I get up early and make something special,such as a mushroom omelet with fruit salad.Then I put it on a tray with a newspaper and a flower,and bring it to my mother for breakfast
This story tells of two sporting heroes who made an impossible dream come true.Bob Champion was a young jockey(骑师) with a bright 36 .Then,one day,he fell of his horse.He went to the doctor 37 his injuries（伤）and was surprised when he 38 that he had cancer.The medical treatment lasted many months and made him very 39 .At times,he nearly died.
At the same time,there was a successful 40 called Aldaniti.Unluckily,during one race,the horse got a serious injury.The horse’s owners 41 to put the horse down though the doctor advised the horse’s trainer to do so.They 42 Aldaniti for a whole year and the horse’s injuries got better.
By this time,Bob Champion was out of 43 .Slowly,he got back his strength.Eight months later,he 44 to his job as a jockey.A month after that,he rode the winning horse in a race.Soon afterwards, Aldaniti 45 returned to training.
Early the next year, 46 Bob Champion and Aldantiti were almost back to full fitness.Now,there was a new plan.Bob decided to 47 Aldaniti in the Grand National,one of the UK’s most famous horse races.People watching the race knew all ab out the 48 fights against ill health and injury.Every one of them wanted the fairy tale to have a 49 ending.And it was perfect.Aldaniti and Bob Champion were real sporting 50 .
36.A.future B.idea C.smile D.voice
37.A.instead of B.except for C.because of D.away from
38.A.suggested B.discovered C.expected D.remembered
39.A.sad B.scared C.poor D.weak
40.A.doctor B.horse C.owner D.trainer
41.A.refused B.prepared C.regretted D.forgot
42.A.waited for B.looked after C.called in D.paid for
43.A.work B.school C.sight D.hospital
44.A.stuck B.belonged C.returned D.moved
45.A.also B.still C.even D.again
46.A.either B.both C.all D.each
47.A.stop B.walk C.ride D.feed
48.A.one’s B.pair’s C.group’s D.family’s
49.A.sad B.funny C.happy D.similar
50.A.heroes B.players C.results D.events
Have you ever seen a hitchhiker（搭便车的旅行者）standing by the side of a road? Now drivers in Canada might see___51___unusual hitchhiker: a hitchhiking robot.
One of its inventors, David Harris Smith,has hitched across Canada three times.Smith and a friend,Frauke Zeller, have built Hitchbot because they wanted ___52___(see) if people would stop and give the robot a lift and talk to it.the robot can chat about things it has learned,and about ___53___(it)trip. You might think it’s a joke ,___54___Smith and Zeller’s experiment has a serious point: can robots and people get along?
Hitchbot ___55___(begin) its journey in Nova Scotia in July.It has already completed a third of its 6,000-mile trip to Victoria.More than 57,000 people are following its journey ___56___(close) on Facebook and Twitter,and travelers have posted lots of ___57___(photo) on the websites.Hitchbot has also done some shopping, eaten motor oil, and had fun with travelers.Nobody knows___58___it will finish its journey.It might be ___59___(long) than expected ,but Zeller and Smith want Hitch bot to get ___60___ many rides as it can.It hasn’t been
in a self-driving car yet ,but anything is possible!
52.to see【解析】考查固定搭配。want to do 是固定用法。
54.but【解析】考查连词。you might think it’s a joke和Smith and Zeller’s experiment has a serious point 在意思上是转折的，所以要用but。
61.Boys usually wear s_______ on their feet inside their shoes.
62.Now,l_______very carefully to what the teacher says.
63.—Coffee or tea?
—Coffee,please.I p_______coffee to tea.
64.She always wanted to sail across the Pacific O________.
65.She has h______her diary where nobody can find it.
66.I said congratulations,walked over to him and s______his hand.
67.Your classroom is on the second floor and o______is on the third floor.
68.Most of the children in my time liked to play together under that big tree, e________during the summer holidays when they had more free time.
69.Yang Liwei was the first Chinese astronaut in s________.
70.A m________is a person who plays an instrument or writes songs.
Glad to hear from you again. As you mentioned in your email, there are indeed some table manners in China. For example, we are not surprised to start eating first if there are older people at the table. And it’s impossible to point at anyone with chopsticks. As for places of interest, I suggest you go to the Hangzhou National Museum, where you could watch tea art performances and drink tea.
I’m looking forward to seeing you !(78词)
W: Have you seen my phone somewhere? I can’t find it.
M: Oh, It is on your desk beside the dictionary.
W: Tom, do you want to come shopping with me?
M: No, I’m looking at videos on the Internet.
W: Well, you can’t stay at home all day in front of the computer.
W: I went to San Francisco with my family last weekend.
M: Oh, I visited it a few months ago. Did your dad drive there?
W: No, we took the train. After we arrived, we went around the city by taxi.
W: Excuse me. Is there a museum around here?
M: Yes. Go along New Street. Turn left at the second crossing and the museum is on your right, across from the library.
W: How about the books, Sandy?
M: I’m sorry I wasn’t able to get them for you.
W: How come?
M: When I got to the bookstore, the workers there had gone off work.
M: Hi, Lucy. Do you have any plans for this weekend?
W: Yes, Mike. I’m going to spend this weekend in Peru.
M: Peru? That sounds nice. Are you going to visit a friend there?
W: No, I’m going to stay with my cousin Jack. We’re going to walk in the mountains and if there is time, we’re going to visit some old buildings.
M: That sounds great. No like my weekend.
W: Why? What about you, what are you going to do?
M: Me? I’m going to study. I have a geography test on Monday.
W: Oh, poor you! But aren’t you going to have any fun at all?
M: Well, maybe. On Saturday evening I’m going to see the new James Bond movie with some friends.
W: Oh, yes. Jack and I are going to see it on Sunday, too.
M: Good morning, Doctor.
W: Good morning, Tony. How are you feeling today?
M: I feel terrible, Doctor. I’m always tired. I have a headache every morning.
W: OK. Let me examine you. Well, everything seems fine. Are you getting enough sleep?
M: Well, I have exams in two weeks, so I’m working hard. I stay up late to study and get up early to go to school. On weekends, I sleep late, but sometimes I stay up all night. There are a lot of parties these days.
W: Well, it’s important to get eight hours of sleep every night. Tell me, what sports do you play? M: I play table tennis sometimes. And I watch a lot of football on TV!
W: That’s not playing sports, Tony! You must do some kind of sp ort regularly. And you also eat a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables.
M: I do, Doctor. I like fruit and vegetables.
W: OK, That’s good. And you need your sleep.
M: OK, Doctor. Thanks. Goodbye.
Good evening! I’m Nick Newman with the late-night weather. Well, it seems spring’s almost here. Across the British Isles, tomorrow will be warmer, but not everywhere. I’ll start with the south. In southern England, tomorrow will be sunniest day of the week; it will be dry, with clear skies and sunshine all day. The temperatures will be around sixty-four degrees in the area.
Across Wales and the midlands, the early morning will be foggy, but the fog should soon clear. After that we can expect a sunny da y with some cloud. The morning won’t be very warm-only forty-seven degrees, I’m afraid. But during the afternoon the temperatures will rise to fifty- seven degrees.
In the north of England, it will be windy in the morning. But it will start raining in the afternoon. Temperatures will be around fifty-five degrees.
Now for Scotland and Northern Ireland. There will be a lot of cloud around and quite a lot of rain. The highlands will have the wettest weather. The rain will be heavy all day. Temperatures will be around fifty-two degrees.