1. How does the woman feel?
A. Sleepy. B. Nervous. C. Confident.
2. What does the man suggest the woman do?
A. Clean her shoes. B. Wait for the sales. C. Buy some shoes now.
3. What does the man normally have for breakfast?
A. Toast. B. Cheese. C. Eggs.
4. What are the speakers talking about?
A. A computer game. B. A vacation plan. C. An imaginary situation.
5. When does the man’s train leave?
A. At 3: 15. B. At 3: 10. C. At 3: 30.
6. Where are the speakers?
A. On a volcano. B. On a snow mountain. C. On a hill.
7. When did the bad earthquake happen?
A. 10 years ago. B. 100 years ago. C. 50 years ago.
8. What does Sarah want to know?
A. Information about the class yesterday.
B. Something about the bus trip.
C. Schedule for the school bus.
9. Where will the speakers leave for in the afternoon?
A. Central Park. B. Sea World. C. Sunny Beach.
10. What is the relationship between the two speakers?
A. Boss and secretary. B. Classmates. C. Husband and wife.
11. In what language is the opera usually sung?
A. Italian or French. B. German or French. C. Chinese or English.
12. How many languages can the man speak?
A. Four. B. Three. C. Five.
13. What will the two speakers do next?
A. Learn a new language. B. Talk about the performers. C. Watch an opera.
14. What does the woman want from the man?
A. His money. B. His computer password. C. His credit card number.
15. What does the woman promise to send the man?
A. A computer. B. A check. C. A credit card.
16. What does the man think of the woman?
A. She is not telling him the truth.
B. She is a careful person.
C. She is rude.
17. How does the man probably feel?
A. Excited. B. Angry. C. Interested.
18 When did Texas open their first drive-in?
A. In 1921. B. In 1915. C. In 1933.
19. What is the advantage of a drive-in theater according to the talk?
A. A more comfortable experience.
B. A better view of a movie.
C. A lower ticket price.
20. Why did drive-ins become less popular?
A. Many people lost interest in it
B. .Less people live in the suburbs.
C. Car prices were too high.
第二部分 阅读 （共两节，满分40分）
Natural. High quality. Unique.
21. If you are on a diet, Almased could be a good choice because__________.
A. its nutrients are easier to absorb
B. secret ingredients are included
C. it can help burn fat
D. it cures common diseases
22. Why does Almased stand out among other similar products?
A. Superior natural materials generate uniqueness.
B. Selected ingredients can stay fresh as ever.
C. Soy, yogurt and honey are specially treated.
D. It manages to mix different ingredients together.
23. What can we learn from the last paragraph?
A. Almased can replace our regular routine diet.
B. It’s hard to make Almased appeal to everyone.
C. Almased has just the same taste as plain yogurt.
D. There seem various ways of serving Almased.
Although the northern right whale (Eubalena glacialis) has remained the most endangered of the world’s whale species, we removed it from our Top 10 Endangered Species List a few years back. Because of effective conservation regulations, the number of right whales that travel the Atlantic coasts of Canada and the US had rebounded（回升）from an all-time low of 350 to at least 450 by the middle of the 21st century’s second decade.
However, the tide of good news for the species now seems to have been reversed, due, apparently, to global climate change. Warming ocean waters, particularly in the Gulf of Marine where the whales often feed, have caused the tiny creatures right whales feed on, to decrease and become more difficult for the whales to find. As a result, right whale reproduction has fallen to an alarmingly low level, deaths due to all causes have increased, with 16 of the huge cetaceans（鲸鱼）found dead in 2017 alone．Researchers are finding evidence of increased levels of stress on the animals. So alarming is the situation that we’ve decided to put the northern right whale right back at the top of our list.
The right whale got its name because 19th century whalers considered it “right” whale to kill, as it was not only full of valuable whale oil, but it also floated after it was dead, which made it easy to handle and process. As a result, it was driven to near extinction. Though now protected by law, right whales continue to suffer losses due to commercial fishing and now, increasingly, as a result of global climate change，due to the lack of the tiny crustaceans（甲壳类）on which they feed.
24. Why was the northern right whale taken off the Top 10 Endangered Species List for a time?
A. Only a few people focused on it.
B. Many of them settled along Atlantic coasts.
C. It wasn’t considered as endangered.
D. Its population was on the rise again.
25. What does the underlined word “reversed” in paragraph 2 probably mean?
A. Protected. B. Opposite. C. Similar. D. Accepted.
26. Why does the author mention 16 dead cetaceans in paragraph 2?
A. To suggest taking measures to protect cetaceans.
B. To show oceans got seriously polluted in 2017.
C. To stress cetaceans need to be taken seriously.
D. To warn that cetaceans are on the way to dying out.
27. What can we infer from the last paragraph?
A. The decrease of right whales is related to humans.
B. Commercial fishing has been forbidden for years.
C. The tiny crustaceans do harm to the right whales.
D. Climate change results from the number of whales.
A new series called Chinese Barbecue tells the story of this Popular street food cooked over hot coals on just about every street corner across the country. Barbecued meat is an important part of people’s nightlife. Shown on June 20, the series has had over 25 million clicks on the video site bilibili.com. Some viewers compare Chinese Barbecue to Midnight Diner, a Japanese TV series telling stories from late night informal Japanese bars. “We share the same topic — night food” Chinese Barbecue’s director Chen Yingjie said. And he said that Midnight Diner focused more on food itself. In contrast, the night food scene of Chinese people means joy and a more lively spirit. People eating these barbecue snacks develop a feeling of connection.
The barbecue, regarded as the most ordinary and common night street snacks, is different from home-made food by mothers. The barbecue is where you go to become connected to people in society. And unlike official business lunches, the barbecue lets people relax with old friends and new friends, leaving a lasting impression of friendship.
The world, as a whole, holds deep rooted good feelings toward the barbecue, either for the taste or the warmth produced by fire. “What we should do is to present the Chinese barbecue just the way it is because with its special ingredients(食材), ways of cooking, and more importantly, the special environment and people, the world will recognise it and might fall in love with it just as we do”, said Chen.
28. What do we know about Chinese Barbecue?
A. It shows the colorful nightlife in large cities of China.
B. It is thought highly of by most of the foreign tourists.
C. It has been becoming very popular on the Internet.
D. It mainly talks about the most famous Chinese food.
29. In which way was Chinese Barbecue different from Midnight Diner?
A. It showed the eating habits. B. It focused more on the diners.
C. It showed more kinds of food. D. It was less popular than Midnight Diner.
30. What is Paragraph 2 mainly about?
A. The importance of the barbecue to family.
B. The influence of the barbecue on people’s lifestyle.
C. The influence of the barbecue on people’s manners.
D. The role of the barbecue in people’s relationship.
31. Why did Chen Yingjie choose the barbecue as the topic of the series?
A. To introduce the history of the barbecue.
B. To help the world understand China.
C. To show the feature of Chinese food.
D. To research a special way of cooking.
Selflove is the key to a happy life. After we have learned how to love ourselves, we will be able to love others. ___36___ You have to learn some steps to develop selflove.
Accept yourself the way you are. Every person has his or her own advantages and disadvantages. Our advantages make us proud but our disadvantages make us unhappy. This isn’t the right attitude towards life. ___37___ In fact, no one on this earth is perfect. The key is to achieve a better balance (平衡) and try to be as happy as possible.
Stop worrying. ___38___ It won’t help you get the solution (解决办法). In fact, it will make you very unhappy. So, don’t let your worries influence you. This will help you face the difficulties of life more positively.
Enjoy life. Take part in activities that you love and develop a hobby. ___39___Take some time to enjoy them at least once a week. This way you are doing something that you are good at, which will make you feel good about yourself，and make you start loving life and everyone and everything in it.
___40___If your body is weak and suffering from some health problems, you aren’t going to like anything about it. So you must take good care of your health. It includes eating fresh healthy food, taking enough rest and doing exercise.
第三部分 语言运用 （共三节，满分37分）
Paige Calendine of Zanesville, Ohio, may look a little different from her teammates, but she’s just as talented — if not more so. Paige was born without legs, but she has ___41___ a lot.
Her parents, Sean and Heidi, chose early on not to place ___42___ on her. When she was 18 months old, they enrolled (报名) her in gymnastics classes to help her ___43___ upper body strength!
“Because she was born without legs, she doesn’t know it’s a ___44___,” Sean explained. “We ___45___ right away that we would not treat her like a disabled child or make things ___46___ for her. We wanted her to learn how to ___47___ the real world.”
In the years since, Paige has ___48___ herself to be a gifted athlete! Today, she’s part of the XceL Team at Zanesville Gymnastics. Not only has her ___49___ inspired her coaches and teammates, but it’s also earned her ___50___! In a gymnastics competition last October, the 8-year-old took first place! ___51___, she is looking forward to trying other sports in the future, including swimming and archery (箭术)! She has never ___52___ her abilities and hopes to encourage others to adopt the same ___53___ “Face your disadvantage bravely, and you can ___54___ anything that happens in your life,” she said.
What an inspiration! Paige has ___55___ that we don’ t have to let anything get in the way of doing what we love.
41. A. suffered B. thought C. achieved D. seen
42. A. attention B. goals C. association D. limits
43. A. evaluate B. build C. control D. discover
44. A. disability B. shame C. burden D. phenomenon
45. A. announced B. decided C. signaled D. advocated
46. A. accurate B. useful C. clear D. easy
47. A. depend on B. care about C. adjust to D. cheer for
48. A. proven B. considered C. believed D. encouraged
49. A. honor B. talent C. desire D. potential
50. A. sympathy B. skills C. medals D. responsibility
51. A.Differently B. Randomly C. Unreasonably D. Unexpectedly
52. A. analyzed B. doubted C. described D. shared
53. A. attitude B. hobby C. luck D. concept
54. A. convey B. understand C. overcome D. select
55. A. concluded B. shown C. replied D. directed
- 单句语法填空 （共10小题，每小题1分，满分10分）
56. Millions of people are threatened with (starve) as a result of drought and poor harvests in this country.
57. I’m lucky to have the opportunity to participate in the national dancing competition behalf of out school.
58. She (assign) to work at a county hospital after graduation.
59. (absorb) in urgent problems, he hardly had time to contact you.
60. When he was 16, Molai began to notice something (disturb) happening around his home.
61. He (seek) to show not just the outer mage of his subjects, but their inner warmth and humanity as well.
62. As one of the most (influence) Impressionist painters, Claude Monet was impressed by the visual effects of the steam engine in particular.
63. To prevent harmful habits like these from (dominate) a teenager’s life is essential.
64. There is little doubt Earth is getting warmer and warmer.
- My nephew Sam (collect) comic books since he was five. Now he has more than two hundred of them.
- 语篇填空 （共10小题，每小题1.5分，满分15分）
Mackenzie Ostrowski, a junior at Steamboat Springs High School, said being a young author has changed her life, but it wasn’t always easy.
After 66. (publish) her first book Captive Assassins when she was just 13, she went on to publish her second book Parallel Crimes, considering it 67.
(be) the second part of a science-fiction trilogy (三部曲). The third book Nameless Chaos 68. (release) in July last year.
Each book in the series 69. (follow) the same characters, and each takes a big turn. Ostrowski prefers writing on a whim(心血来潮) to planning out the plot 70. advance. According to Ostrowdki, ideas just come to her. The 71.
(complete) of her first two books took under a year, but Nameless Chaos proved to be more difficult for her.
“I spent almost a year writing it, and it was a 72. (particular) hard year,” she said. “But I knew it would be worth it in 73. end,” she said, “The biggest takeaway was that not everything is going to go according to plan all of the time. No matter how 74. (power), dedicated or successful people are, 75.
Is always room for failure– and that’s OK.”
第四部分 写作 （共二节，满分40分）
第一节 书面表达 （满分15分）
I’m sorry to hear that you are struggling with obesity.
第二节 读后续写 （满分25分）
Carol was hit by a car five years ago. She lost her ability to walk. That accident destroyed Carol and her husband Jeremy’s would forever.
“Darling, shall we go? I think it’s time to go to see the boy,” she heard Jeremy call out. They left to see Charlie, a little orphan (孤儿) they were going to adopt…
“He’s there,” a caretaker pointed at little Charlie playing with his friends. Carol had visited him quite often in the six months she and Jeremy spent doing paperwork for the adoption. And each time she saw Charlie, she felt a sense of joy fill her heart. It comforted her and told her he was the one.
That day, Carol was the happiest mother on earth. She hugged little Charlie a dozen times, but it was not enough. They took him home and showed him his room. It had toys, posters of superheroes, a Superman-printed blanket, and everything a five-year-old would love.
Jeremy and Carol made the best bedroom for their son. Carol could not get enough of loving Charlie. They sang, danced, watched movies, and painted, and always had plenty of reasons to laugh out loud. Years passed, and while everything was blissful ( 幸福 ), Charlie, who was then ten, started worrying about his mother.
“Will Mom never walk again?” he wondered. “I want her to run and walk like others. But will it ever happen?” I’ve seen people use artificial legs, but how do I get them?”
Seven years later…
One day, Charlie and Carol watched a beautiful view of the sunset(日落). He pushed her wheelchair forward, talking about what he would do when he went to college. Charlie wanted to become a prosthetist(修复学专家). He was determined to serve specially-abled people like his mother and wanted to make a change.
“Change starts at home!” he believed. Charlie was determined to help his mom stand on her feet again so she could walk independently.
A few years later, he graduated with a degree in prosthetics and worked in a hospital.
Charlie took his mother to the hospital and showed her the prosthetic legs he’d designed.
第一部分 听力 （满分30分）
1—5 BBCCA 6—10 ACBCB 11—15 ABCCB 16—20 ABAAB
第二部分 阅读 （共两节，满分40分）
21—23 CAD 24—27 DBCA 28—31 CBDB 36—40 GDABC
第三部分 语言运用 （共三节，满分37分）
41—45 CDBAB 46—50 DCABC 51—55 DBACB
- 单句语法填空 （共10小题，每小题1分，满分10分）
56. starvation 57. on 58. was assigned 59. Absorbed 60. disturbing
61. sought 62. influential 63. dominating 64. that 65. Has been collecting
- 语篇填空 （共10小题，每小题1.5分，满分15分）
66. publishing 67. to be 68. was released 69. follows 70. in
71. completion 72. particularly 73. the 74. powerful 75. there
第四部分 写作 （共两节，满分40分）
I’m sorry to hear that you are struggling with obesity. As a common problem among people these days, obesity does raise some health concerns. However, aided by a healthy diet and regular exercise, you are sure to find yourself in a better condition with improved health.
First of all, I would advise against eating little or no food to lose weight. Although it might work in the short term, its risks far outweigh the benefits. Instead, try a healthy diet by eating regular meals, more vegetables and fruit and less junk food, Besides, using a smaller plate and eating slowly can prevent overeating. In the meantime, exercising can help you lose weight while improving your mood and reduce other health risks. You don’t have to do any high-intensity activities, as simple exercises like walking or jogging can also do the trick, as long as you stick to it.
Remember, the key to succeeding in losing weight is perseverance. Looking forward to hearing good news from you.
A few years later, he graduated with a degree in prosthetics and worked in a hospital. Every day, at the end of his shift, he would devote time to designing special prosthetic legs for his mon. He planned to give his mother a surprise on her 40th birthday. After an impatient wait, Carol’s birthday arrived, and Charlie put his plan into action. “Darling, where ae you taking me?” Carol was puzzled when he helped her get ready and gently put her in the wheelchair. “Mom, you’ll know in a while.” Carol was confused and happy at the same time.
Charlie took his mother to the hospital and showed her the prosthetic legs he’d designed. “Happy birthday, Mon!” he said. Carol burst into tears and hugged her son. For the next few weeks, Charlie trained Carol to use the prosthetic legs. “Mom, you can do it. Just forget you used a wheelchair … Stretch your hands sideways and take your first step. You can do this … walk toward me …come this way.” Carol took her first step with her prosthetics and was excited to see her feet move on the ground.
听 力 原 文
W: How will I ever sleep tonight? Tomorrow’s exam is so important. I’m so worried about it, but I can’t afford to be tired.
M: Don’t panic. Just calm down. You have worked hard, so you shouldn’t have any problems.
W: These shoes are looking very untidy. Even when I clean them, they look bad. I think I’ll buy some new ones this afternoon.
M: If I were you, I would wait until Saturday. The sales start then, so you might get them cheaper.
M: Where are the eggs?
W: We’ve run out. You could have toast for breakfast. We also have cheese.
M: Oh no! You know how much I like my usual breakfast.
M: Jane, suppose you lost all your money while taking a vacation overseas–what would you do?
W: Well, I guess I’d sell my watch or computer or do some odd jobs until I could afford a return plane ticket.
W: It’s 3: 10. My train doesn’t leave for 20 minutes. Do you want another coffee?
M: No time. My train is going in five minutes. I’ll have to go.
W: OK. See you later.
M: This thing isn’t going to erupt, is it?
W: No, don’t worry.
M: When you said we were going climbing, I thought you meant a hill or a snow mountain.
W: Relax. It hasn’t erupted for 100 years, although there was a bad earthquake five decades ago.
M: That kind of thing happens near volcanoes.
W: We’ll be fine. I’ve been doing this climb for the past 10 years and nothing has happened.
M: The ground is getting warmer.
W: Yes, when we get to the top, we’ll be able to look inside and see the smoke rising.
M: Hello! This is Tom.
W: Hello, Tom. This is Sarah. Are you going on the bus trip to Central Park tomorrow?
M: Yes. What’s up?
W: Well, I wasn’t at school yesterday and I need some information.
M: What do you want to know?
W: When does the bus leave?
M: At 8: 00. But we have to be at school by 7: 45.
W: OK. When will we get to Central Park?
M: Well, it’s about an hour’s drive, so we’ll be there at around 9: 00. We’ll have lunch at 11: 30.
W: And when will we have to come back?
M: We will leave Central Park at 2 p. m. for Sunny Beach on the way back. We’ll get back to school at around 6 p. m.
W: Sounds like an interesting day. See you tomorrow morning.
W: Would you like to go to the Grand Theater with me? Here are two tickets for an opera there.
M: That’s great. Have you ever been to the Grand Theater before?
W: No, but I heard it’s a famous and beautiful theater.
M: Is it true that the opera is sung in a foreign language?
W: Yes, usually in Italian or French.
M: Not good for me. As you know, I can only speak English and a little German besides my mother tongue. I can hardly speak Italian or French.
W: It doesn’t matter. The actors also tell the story with their moves.
M: Sounds good, but I’m still afraid I can’t understand.
W: Take it easy. Music is a universal language.
M: Yes, the music is supposed to be beautiful.
W: Hello, is that Frank?
W: Frank, you’ve won $10, 000! To get your prize, you need to give me your credit card number and your address. We will then send you the money right away.
M: Why would I need to give you my credit card number? That doesn’t make sense.
W: We need the number so we can put you in our computer system. Then we’re able to send you the check.
M: I’m not sure about this. I’d rather just give you my address.
W: I’m sorry, sir, but we also have to have your credit card number in order to send you the money.
M: Okay, then I’m going to hang up. Have a nice day.
W: Sir, wait! This is a real contest. We’d like to send you the prize money.
M: I’ve heard about this kind of contest before. This is not true.
W: Sir, I’m not trying to be rude. I’m just telling you the truth.
M: I’m hanging up now. Goodbye.
W: Because of COVID 19, many new methods are being formed for social communication. However, there is one older method that is becoming popular again. It is called the drive-in movie theater, or more commonly, a drive-in. Drive-ins began around 1915, the first being in New Mexico. The idea soon spread around the country. Six years later, Texas opened their first drive-in and New Jersey opened their first in1933. Drive-ins are a way to watch movies without being packed into a movie theater. Drive-ins play a movie on a large screen, usually in a parking lot or an open space. Being able to sit in your own car and watch a movie can be a more pleasant experience for most people. Unfortunately, most drive-ins failed in the past 20 years. Because more people moved into the cities, the suburban drive-in didn’t have a reliable customer base. Cities don’t have open spaces big enough to operate these theaters, either. Another reason is that the high oil prices also make people drive less. Before COVID 19, drive-ins consisted of only 1. 5%of all movie screens in the USA, which is a huge drop from when they made up over 25% during their peak. Currently, drive-ins are making their return. Now with better technology, the movie picture will be much better than when drive-ins were at their most popular time. People feel safer about sitting in their own cars while watching, rather than sitting in a theater.