1.How did the woman come here?
B. By bus.
C. By taxi.
2.Where is Dick now?
B. In the hospital.
3.What will the man probably do next?
A.Eat out for lunch.
B. Go back to his work.
C. Pick up Jenny.
4.What's the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A.Guide and tourist.
B.Professor and student.
C.Salesman and customer.
5.Why does the woman call the man?
A. To offer a job.
B. To sell an apartment.
C. To arrange an interview.
6.Where are the speakers?
A.In the store.
B.In the hotel.
C.In the police station.
7.What does the woman need to do first?
A.Take a photo.
B. Fill in a form.
C. Show her ID card.
8.What does Hawaiian food remind the man of?
A.The good memories of childhood.
B.The special occasions in Hawaii.
C.The charming scenery of Hawaii.
9.What can we know about Hawaiian food?
A.It is cooked for over eight hours.
B.It is cooked underground.
C.It contains much sugar.
10.What does the woman want to do?
A.Ask a question.
B.Borrow a book.
C.Loot at some paper dolls.
11.What does the man think of the story?
B. Very exciting.
C. Too boring.
12.When did the man start to read that author's books?
A.About four months ago.
B.About two years ago.
C.About four years ago.
13.When was the meeting scheduled to be held?
B. On Tuesday.
C. On Thursday.
14.How long will the meeting last?
A.About 2 hours.
B. About 3 hours.
C. About 4 hours.
15.What does Susan need to book?
B. A table.
C. A meeting room.
16.What does the woman ask Susan to prepare for lunch?
A.Drinks and sandwiches.
B.Coffee and hamburgers.
C.Drinks and hot dogs.
17.Why is Rita absent from Liz's birthday party?
A.She has to study for the test.
B.She has to take a class.
C.She is sick.
18.What is Liz's sister doing?
A.Doing Liz's hair.
B.Blowing up balloons.
C.Making a chocolate cake.
19.Where is Liz having the birthday party?
A.In the living room.
B. In the park.
C. In the garden.
20.Who are away on holiday?
A.Liz's uncle and aunt.
B.Some of Liz's friends.
Wanted Someone for a Kiss
We're looking for producers to join us in the second of London 100 FM. You'll work on the station's music programs. Music production experience in radio is necessary, along with rich knowledge of modern dance music. Please apply in writing to Producer Vacancies, Kiss 100.
We're looking for a very special person preferably over 40, to fill our Father Christmas suit.
Working days: Every Saturday form November 24 to December 15 and every day from December 17 to December 24 except Sunday, 10:30~16:00
Excellent pay. Please contact the Enterprise Shopping Center, Station Parade, Eastbourne.
When you join them in our Revenue Administration Unit, you will be providing assistance within all parts of the Revenue Division, dealing with post and other general duties. If you are educated to GCSE grade C level we would like to talk to you. This position is equally suitable for a school leaver or for somebody who has office experience.
If you are aged 24~45 and have experience in teaching and training，you could be the person we are looking for. You should be good at the computer and have some experience in program writing. You will be allowed to make our decision, and to design courses as well as present them. Pay upward of ￡15,000 for the right person. Please apply by sending your CV（简历）to Mrs. R. Oglivie, Palmlace Limited.
21.Who should you get in touch with if you hope to work in a radio station?
A.Wealden District Council.
B.Mrs. R. Oglivie, Palmlace Limited.
C.Producer Vacancies, Kiss 100.
D.The Enterprise Shopping Center.
22.We learn from the Ads that the Enterprise Shopping Center needs a person who
A.is aged between 24 and 40.
B.can work for about a month.
C.may do some training work.
D.should deal with general duties.
23.Which position is open to recent school graduates?
C.Producer, London Kiss.
24.What kind of person would probably apply to Palmlace Limited?
A.One with GCSE grade C level.
B.One with some office experience.
C.One trained in producing music programs.
D.One having good computer knowledge.
As we all know, trees are important to our life. They provide us with food, wood and most importantly, oxygen. Now there is one more thing we can add to this list - blocking out harmful bacteria in water.
The discovery was made by some scientists and high school students who were seeking for a natural water filter(过滤器)—one that can help people in developing countries that don't have access to modern water systems.
The researchers, led by Rohit Karnik, a professor, decided to turn to trees for help because they were able to allow liquid to flow through while blocking out air bubbles(气泡).
They began by cutting 1.5-inch-wide sections of the tree bark from the branch of a white pine tree. The researchers then tested the wood's filtering ability by pouring water containing red dye particles(颗粒)of different sizes through. To their surprise, they found it was effective in trapping all the particles. Encouraged, the team did another experiment with water containing bacteria. Sure enough, the bark held back 99% of the bacteria, allowing only 1% to flow through.
Mr Karnik said the bark was able to filter water containing much smaller particles. This means that it can be used to get rid of most of the bacteria. However, what troubles them is that the tree bark cannot hold back viruses, which tend to be much smaller.
Though the experiment is successful, we must remember one thing---- the bark only works when damp. This means that before this natural filter can be put to practical use, the researchers will have to figure out how to keep the bark damp, or find a way to keep the bark's great filtering ability even when it's dry.
But the study is not done. The researchers plan on testing other types of trees, including those flowering trees. They think those may be more effective in trapping smaller particles and even viruses.
25. How will the discovery affect the world?
A. Clean water will be more accessible in developing countries.
B. There will be no water pollution around the world.
C. More pine trees will be planted around the world.
D. No harmful bacteria will be found in water.
26. What troubles the researchers when they use the tree bark as a water filter?
A .Not all bacteria can be held back.
B. The tree bark should be wet.
C. It's hard to remove air bubbles.
D. Viruses cannot be prevented.
27. In which column of a newspaper can we read this text?
One of the many great lines in the movie Apollo 13 came from Ed Harris, who played NASA Director of Operations, Gene Kranz. The famous line was, “Gentleman, failure is not an option.” He said the words because he had a clear purpose that the three astronauts trapped in space must be sent home safely. The driving force behind their seeking of a solution was motivated by a true purpose.
Here is the simple principle. If you have a big enough “why” in life, you will always figure out the “how”. A person without a purpo se in life is like a boat without a rudder, floating aimlessly without a direction and going nowhere. In all walks of life, when referring to someone's success, we often hear the words “focus and determination”. But Merriam Webster defines the word “purpose” as the reason why something is done, a feeling of being determined to achieve an outcome. There are many talented and intelligent people in the world that are unsuccessful because they lack direction. I believe that our life depends on our purpose. Whether you're single or in a team, having a purpose allows you to start, evaluate, and improve your talents or abilities helps you find your path in life and achieve your success finally.
A friend of mine once told me that the most motivating speech he had ever heard was just three short words. It came from his wife when she said, “Honey I'm pregnant.” He said those few words instantly motivated him because he now had a big “why” in his life, a purpose to work hard to support his family. In fact, when your “why” gets bigger, you get better because you stop holding back and you'll go all out. It's why you often hear about some great people perform superhuman actions when failure is not an option!
28. What does the underlined word “rudder” in paragraph 2 refer to?
A.Something that gets the boat started.
B.Something that directs the boat to a certain place.
C.Something that makes the boat float.
D.The reason for which the boat is built.
What is the most important thing for success according to Merriam We bster?
30. The author gives his friend's example to show________.
A.how people can get success more easily.
B.that a purpose can make people try their best.
C.that family love is very important in our daily life.
D.why words can motivate people easily.
31. What does the author mainly tell us in this passage?
A.To be successful person.
B.To get rid of failure.
C.To have a big “why”in life.
D.To make a right choice.
The roughness of a shark’s skin has a surprisingly useful quality --- it can keep away some bacteria. Surfaces that are like sharkskin can even keep away “superbugs”. These disease-causing bacteria cause a global health threat because they resist conventional bacteria-fighting chemicals.
A company has been developing the sharkskin texture(织物). With its tiny ridges(脊) just 3 micrometers tall, the texture feels smooth to the touch. The company, Sharklet Technologies in Aurora, Colo., wants to place the texture on medical equipment and other surfaces that could host bacteria.
The inventor of the sharkskin texture is Anthony Brennan. Brennan wasn’t initially trying to fight superbugs. The U. S. Navy wanted to learn how to keep algae (海藻) off the bodies of its ships. Brennan tried to create a surface that, if an organism came to it, it would find it too unstable to attach to.
He tested panels with various coatings, dipping them into the water and hoping they’d come out clean. Just then, Brennan spotted a huge submarine(潜艇) returning to port. Covered with algae, it looked like a big whale. Like large boats, whales and other marine animals have “crusty” skin due to the build-up of algae. But sharks’ skin stays remarkably clear.
The question was why. “I wonder what their skin is made of” he thought. Viewed under a microscope, the shark’s skin had a pattern of dips and ridges. He included the shark skin pattern on his test panels and that cut the build-up of green algae by 85 percent. Brennan later discovered, somewhat by accident, that this same texture also prevents the attachment of bacteria, including those that cause human diseases.
New tests have now measured how well the texture keeps away bacteria. Sharkskin-inspired surfaces collect and hold 94 percent fewer bacteria than do smooth surfaces. The surfaces even perform better than copper, a widely used bacteria-fighter.
32. We can learn that Brennan’s Sharkskin texture feels ________.
33. According to the text, Brennan intended to invent something ________.
A. t hat is as smooth as whales’ skin
B. that prevents organisms attaching to it
C. that has the same texture as whales
D. that has a stable surface for algae to attach to
34. We can infer that Brennan’s finding is a good example of ________.
A. how clever scientists are in fighting bacteria
B. how bacteria are easy to kill on smooth surfaces
C. how bacteria live on sharkskin-inspired surfaces
D. how researchers can learn useful tips from nature
35. If the text continues, it may discuss ________.
A. how the sharkskin texture works
B. why sharks have smooth skin
C. what sharks’ skin is made of
D. whether the sharkskin texture is useful
What is life's greatest gift? 36 Choice is the ability to select one course of action from a set of alternatives to achieve a goal. What is so great about choice?
It transforms us from dumb animals into artists. Each of us becomes another Michelangelo. Choice is nothing other than the tool we use to sculpt(雕刻)our life. The tool doesn't come free, however, for the price of choice is responsibility. 37 The reward is happiness.
Life is not still. It is a flow. 38 We constantly need to monitor where we are on our journey. We need to ask questions: Am I moving closer to my goals? If not, what corrective measures can I take? What action will I take now to readjust(再
调整)myself to my goals? Choice is power. Choice is at the heart of life. It is the creative power of life.
39 And your life becomes more convenient or comfortable because of them. For example, you decide which stores to shop at and which gas station to go to. But the decisions that we make to sculpt our life are far more important than deciding where to shop. The more we appreciate the difference between minor and major decisions, the greater the probability that we will experience happiness and fulfillment.
All chess-lovers realise that it isn’t necessary to win to enjoy the game. The pleasure is in the playing. Life is like a chess game. 40
A.You have to make choices every day.
B.It is free will or choice.
C.But when we accept and carry it out, we get a great return.
D.Choose to shoulder responsibilities not because you have to,but because you want
E.Life is full of hard choices, and the bigger they are, the harder they get.
F.Make the best moves you can under the circumstances.
G.Every choice we make leads us closer to or farther from our goals.
The first hint(提示) of what would become my life's gift to this world came one night. I wrote a 41.________ to my mom and dad. I was a young teenager and it was the first time that I had 42.________ written something that wasn't a school assignment. That night I just felt 43.________ to let mom and dad know how much I loved them. Being too shy to 44.________ these things face to face, though, I wrote them down in a note for my 45.________ to find after I went to bed.
Later that night I 46.________ a gentle knocking at my door. 47.________. I walked over to it and opened it up. There were mom and dad with a look of such love on their 48.________. With trembling arms they hugged me awake and 49.________ me for my note. Seeing the happiness I had given them made my own heart 50.________ for joy. I was amazed that my simple 51.________ could have touched them so. It was the first time that I could ever 52.________ seeing my dad cry.
That beautiful 53.________ has stayed alive in my soul ever since. I wrote my first story and 54.________ it to the local county paper and later I 55.________ to share my stories online with thousands of people all over this world.
Don’t be 56.________ about sharing your many gifts with this world. It doesn't matter 57.________ they are. They can be smiles and hugs. And they can be acts of 58.________. They can even be a 59.________ note written with love. All that
60.________ is that you share them and that you use them to make this world a little peaceful.
41.A. poster B. record C. note D. diary
42.A. ever B. still C. also D. even
43.A. excited B. surprised C. interested D. puzzled
44.A. keep B. say C. promise D. regret
45.A. friends B. classmates C. parents D. relatives
46.A. received B. observed C. felt D. heard
47.A. Sadly B. Sleepily C. Luckily D. Suddenly
48.A. faces B. hands C. heads D. backs
49.A. blamed B. helped C. encouraged D. thanked
50.A. move B. rise C. jump D. start
51.A. words B. gestures C. apologies D. problems
52.A. remember B. avoid C. enjoy D. forget
53.A. dream B. theory C. result D. memory
54.A. changed B. threw C. sent D. passed
55.A. expected B. refused C. began D. agreed
56.A. kind B. shy C. angry D. happy
57.A. which B. what C. where D. when
58.A. evidence B. finance C. kindness D. revolution
59.A. simple B. funny C. humorous D. strange
60.A. matters B. deserves C. happens D. remains
Nowadays reference books have become a problem of great concern to 61.________ the teachers and the students. There are many kinds of reference books available in the book market. The smart use of these books is certainly 62.________（benefit）, but the misuse and overuse of them may cause a lot of problems.
First of all, reference books might make the students less attentive in class.
63.________(arm)with reference books, many students may think that they know
64.________ the teacher is going to talk about. So they may not listen to the teacher in class at all. Secondly, some students rely on reference books too much, which is unfavorable to the 65.________(improve) of their ability to work 66.________ the solutions by themselves. Thirdly, there are some reference books with many mistakes, which might mislead(误导）students.
Considering these factors, we should be careful in selecting and 67.________(use) reference books. Firstly, we should check the contents of the books carefully but not only pay attention to the brands of publishing houses. 68.________(additional), we can turn 69.________ our teachers and classmates for recommendation. Besides, reference books are just 70.________ assistant thing, so we should not rely on them too much. Only in this way can we make full use of reference books.
Though I have learned English in years, I never make efforts. I paid for my lazy last month. I was wandering along the West Lake while a boy volunteer came up with a foreign girl. He told me that the girl was asking for help but she had no idea of English. See me in a senior high school uniform, he thinks I could handle the problem. I tried to have talk with her but I even couldn't say a complete sentence! Finally, through a series of complex hand gestures and broken English. I managed to figure out what she wanted to do it. Only then did I realized the importances of studying English!
A Heroic Teen Missed a Competition but Saved an Injured Woman
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In order to give people in need a hand, Liu Wei gave up the competition.
As his fellow schoolmates and teachers, we should learn from him.
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Last Saturday, Liu Wei, a Senior Two student of our school, helped an injured woman. On that day, Liu Wei was on his way to the hall where the English speaking
competition took place when a woman fell off her bicycle carelessly. The woman struggled to get to her feet but failed, because her right leg was bleeding badly. Without any hesitation, Liu Wei came to her assistance. He applied pressure to the bleeding area and then tied his handkerchief firmly to the wound. Finally, he took the woman to the hospital nearby. It was after it that he realized it was too late for the competition, he missed it.
In order to give people in need a hand, Liu Wei gave up the competition. As his fellow schoolmates and teachers, we should learn from him.