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1. Which floor are the two speakers on?
A. The 1st . B. The 4th . C. The 5th .
2. What will the speakers discuss first?
A. A computer. B. A report. C. A meeting.
3. When will the two speakers meet?
A. At 9:30. B. At 10:00. C. At 11:30.
4. What does the woman expect the man to do on Saturday?
A. Celebrate Mom’s birthday.
B. Take Brian out for the day.
C. Help Brian move his house.
5. What are the speakers talking about?
A. A novel. B. A film. C. A writer.
听下面5段对话或对白, 每段对话或对白后有几个小题, 从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项, 并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前, 你将有时间阅读各个小题, 每小题5秒钟;听完后, 各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
6. Where are the speakers?
A. In a hospital. B. In the office. C. In a restaurant.
7. What will the man order?
A. Steak and apple pies. B. Cabbage and a salad. C. Steak and cabbage.
8. What will the woman do this evening?
A. Attend a party. B. Visit her grandma. C. Do some shopping.
9. What does the man advise the woman to do?
A. Change a shirt. B. Buy a handbag. C. Wear a necklace.
10. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Passenger and manager. B. Passenger and driver. C. Driver and policewoman.
11. Why was the man angry?
A. The driver was impolite to him.
B. The driver made him speak aloud.
C. The driver refused to drive him.
12. What can we learn from the conversation?
A. The driver will be fired.
B. The matter will be looked into.
C. The man lives in North Point.
13. What happened to David last night?
A. He worked very late.
B. He couldn’t sleep well.
D. He quarreled with his neighbors.
14. What did Rob and Steve do last night?
A. They had a fight. B. They held a party. C. They talked on the phone.
15. What do we know about Mrs Anderson?
A. She has hearing problems. B. She leads a quiet life. C. She is rude to people.
16. What may the man do next?
A. Stay in the same apartment. B. Talk to the neighbors. C. Move to a new apartment.
17. What do children in Denmark leave out for house elves(精灵) and Santa Claus on Christmas Eve?
A. A single almond(扁桃树). B. Some rice pudding. C. Glasses of milk.
18. In which country do people decorate mango trees to celebrate Christmas?
A.In Finland. B. In India. C. In Italy.
19. What do people in Spain do on New Year’s Eve to ensure good luck for the next year?
A. Eat 12 grapes. B. Get together. C. Go to church.
20. What is the passage mainly about?
A. Ways to celebrate festivals.
B. Seasons and foods.
C. Living conditions and standards.
Shanghai Disneyland Park
Tickets for Shanghai Disneyland Park will be on sale from March 28, 2016. Visitors can book tickets on the official website of the park or by calling 400-180-0000 or 86-21-31580000.
Shanghai Disneyland Park, located in Chuansha New Town of Pudong New Area, is officially confirmed to open on June 16th, 2016. As the sixth in the world and the second in China (after Hong Kong Disneyland), Shang
-hai Disneyland creates many records among the existing Disney parks.
It has the tallest theme Castle – magical Storybook Castle, the first garden-designed zone, and the first pirate-themed garden. It also combines movie figures with Chinese culture, like the Chinese Zodiac Murals in the Gardens of Imagination. Visitors can also enjoy classical musicals and stage plays, like Tarzan: Call of the Jungle, Frozen: A Sing-along Celebration, and the Lion King. Mickey's Storybook Express cruises through the six parks during the day. With inspiring music, the movie figures put on interesting performances on the street and give guests an unforgettable great time.
One-day TicketCNY 499 from June 16 to 30, 2016;
CNY 370 on ordinary days;
CNY 499 on weekends, public holidays, July and August.
Two-day TicketA 5% discount on the basis of the original price.
Children below 3.3 feet (1 meter) can enter for free when accompanied by an adult.
Children between 3.3 and 4.6 feet ( 1 - 1.4 meters) and seniors above 65 years old can enjoy a 25% discount.
21. When will Shanghai Disneyland Park open officially?
A. On June 16th, 2016.
B. On March 28th, 2016.
C. On June 30th, 2016.
D. On March 29th, 2016.
22. What can we know about Shanghai Disneyland Park?
A. You can book your tickets on all websites.
B. It has the 2nd tallest theme Castle in China.
C. You can enjoy classical films like Tarzan.
D. It creates something different from the others.
23. If the Browns with their son (4 feet) want to visit the park on Oct.1 and 2 , how much should they pay?
A. About CNY2500 B. About CNY2600
C. About CNY 2700 D. About CNY3000
A new taxi service in Stockholm is offering its passengers a chance to relieve stress on the go. They’ve got psychotherapists occupying the back seats of the taxis, offering free consultations. The test was started by a company called Taxi Stockholm, which claims it’s the first project of its kind in the world.
The idea was formed when the owners of Taxi Stockholm realized that people are more likely to talk about their problems on boring, quiet drives. They even have data to back up the theory; according to spokeswoman Natalia Santos, around 70 percent of people said their taxi journeys were a good time for reflection and that they often found their minds wandering.
“And when you think about it, the drivers can even become like therapists,” she added.
Mia Fahlén, one of the psychologists on board, said that she would have to be flexible, because she wouldn’t know exactly how long a trip could be. But she believes that a lot could be accomplished from even a short 10-minute journey. “A lot of people are lonely,” she explained. “There are so many single people in Stockholm. And a lot of the people I meet from abroad tell me they’re frustrated with Sweden. They say it’s really hard to meet people and that even when they try, the Swedes can be very quiet.”
Of course, you’d not have to be lucky to catch these taxis, but if you’re really excited about the idea, you could book a trip in advance. It will work out cheaper than seeing a regular therapist; an hour-long session with Fahlén costs up to 1,200 kronor ($165).
When asked if this is all a publicity stunt in the wake of their new competitors, taxi-app service Uber, Santos denied it. She said that the staff at Taxi Stockholm are actually quite optimistic about being able to help people through their service.
24. What can we know about from Paragraph One?
A. Most of the swedes are suffering from stress.
B. Drivers at Taxi Stockholm offer good services.
C. Psychotherapists charge a little during the drives.
D. Taxi Stockholm is the first to carry out the project.
25. What does the underlined phrase “back up” Paragraph 2 probably mean?
A. support B. oppose C.improve D. Test
26. According to Mia Fahlén, it may be hard to .
A. make passengers feel happy
B. deal with quiet passengers
C. perform well in a short journey
D. adjust properly to different routes
27. It can be inferred from the passage that Stockholmers .
A. are too shy to show their emotions
B. enjoy living a single and peaceful life
C. may be concerned about the new service
D. are considered hard to approach by foreigners
Last summer I sat at a long picnic table near a breathtaking mountain. While the parents were eating dinner, the kids ran up a trail in search of a secret fort. Twenty minutes later one excited little boy, James, interrupted the adult conversation.
“Mom, Mom, you can’t believe what we found!”
Lovingly, his mother smiled and whispered, “I can’t wait to hear, James, but grown-ups are talking, and there will be a pause in the conversation. Please wait for the pause.”
On my other side, another boy came running up to his mother with equal enthusiasm.
“Mom, Mom, we had so much fun—”
“I am talking! Don’t interrupt,” she said.
“Be quiet! Can’t you see that I am talking??”
“But Mom we found the—”
“Shut up, Steve!” she yelled.
My heart sank. I knew what was coming. James, on my right, patiently waited for the pause, enthusiasm still alive and well. Steve, on my left, walked away from the table, looking shamed, carrying with him stories of secret forts never to be shared.
What markedly different messages to the child! “Wait for the pause” versus “Shut up” gets incorporated (包含)so differently into a child’s developing sense of self.
Harsh(刺耳的) words have bad effects. That’s why I want you to promise to delete the phrases “Shame on you” or “You should be ashamed” from your vocabulary. I have seen countless patients whose parents’ thoughtless words echoed in their heads and chipped(消除) away at their self-worth, even decades later.
So we have to discipline ourselves to make our instructions constructive. One great tool is to look for positive behavior to reinforce. Don’t ignore the things that your kids are doing right. Thank your children. Tell them that you noticed how they waited patiently or cleared their plate without being asked. Chances are that they will do it again. Let them feel noticed, appreciated, and valued. There’s no better way to shape behavior.
28. Why does the writer tell us the story at the beginning?
A. To praise James’ mother. B. To introduce the topic.
C. To stress Steve’s bad manners. D. To describe the beauty of nature.
29. The writer suggests parents not use harsh phrases such as “Shame on you” because_____.
A. they can show parents’ weakness
B. kids may be likely to copy them
C. their meanings are hard to understand
D. harsh words have bad effects on kids
30. Which of the following is not proper for parents when offering advice?
A. I like the way you deal with it.
B. Awesome, you just make it.
D. Must I keep repeating?
31. Which of the following is the best title for the passage?
A. Love kids through proper language
B. Let kids realize their mistakes alone
C. Never ignore kids’ mental growth
D. Learn to share secrets with kids
About a quarter of the world drives on the left, and the countries that do are mostly old British colonies(殖民地) like Australia, and Ireland. But Thailand, Indonesia and Japan also do so.
This strange quirk(奇事) puzzles the rest of the world; however, there is a perfectly good reason. Up to the late 1700's, everybody travelled on the left side of the road because it's the sensible option for feudal(封建的), violent societies of mostly right-handed people. Soldiers with their swords under their right arm naturally passed on each other's right, and if you passed a stranger on the road you walked on the left to ensure that your protective sword arm was between yourself and him.
Revolutionary France, however, overturned this practice as part of its sweeping social rethink. A change was carried out all over continental Europe by Napoleon.The reason it changed under Napoleon was because he was left handed his armies had to march on the right so he could keep his sword arm between him and any opponent. From then on, any part colonised by the French was right hand.
After the American Revolutionary War(1775-1783), the US became independent and decided to make traffic drive on the right in order to cast off all remaining links with its British colonial past. Once America became the center of the car industry, if you wanted a good reliable vehicle, you bought American right-hand-drive cars. From then on many countries changed out of necessity.
Today, the EU would like Britain to fall into line with the rest of Europe, but this is no longer possible. It would cost billions of pounds to change everything round. The last European country to convert to driving on the right was Sweden in 1967. While everyone was getting used to the new system, they paid more attention and took more care, resulting in a reduction of the number of road accidents.
32. Why did people travel on the left before the late 18th century?
A. They were required to do so.
B. They were mostly left-handed.
C. It was easier to cross the street.
D. They could feel safer from attacks.
33. What’s was Napoleon’s attitude to walking on the left?
A. Support. B.Disapproval. C. Doubt. D. Sympathy.
34. For American, driving on the right was a way to show .
A. the connection with France was broken
B. the US was no longer ruled by the UK
C. the American Revolution War had ended
D. America was the center of the car industry
35. What is the main cause of the UK failing to adopt the new system?
A. Its high costs to change. B. Its increasing traffic accidents.
C. Its influence on colonies. D. Its fast-developing car industry.
Adolescent thinking tends to be focused on the present. But adolescents and teens are rapidly learning new skills related to complex reasoning, flexibility, and problem solving.
Remind yourself that it is normal for adolescents to have a sense of being invincible(无敌的), or have an "it will never happen to me" mind. 36 As a result, it may cause dangerous behaviors.
The following are some ways you can help your adolescent develop reasoning skills:
● 37 You should make careful observations and ask direct questions. For example, if your child seems troubled by something, say "You look like you've had a hard day," or "You look sad—do you want to talk?"
●Respond positively to your child's efforts and interests. Teens usually appreciate an adult's true concern and interest. When your child wants to do something that you think is dangerous, talk about the dangers of what he or she wants to do. Don't dismiss it. 38 Think about whether it would get in the way of your child's chores(杂事) or other duties.
●Help your child solve problems by discussing different choices. 39
●Develop higher thinking skills by talking to your adolescent about current issues and modern dilemmas. Be involved in schoolwork by talking to his or her teachers or volunteering at school. If asked, help solve difficult homework.
● 40 Talk about how rules will be performed. And be sure to follow through with the agreed-upon consequences when appropriate. Teenagers need and often want limits.
A. Set the rules in your home together. 3
B. Encourage your adolescent to share with you. 4
C. Try to persuade your adolescent to develop healthy habits.
D. Use learning exercises, such as role-play, for finding solutions to problems.2
E. If needed, work together to find something that would be safer and your child can also do.
F. Setting a good example and talking openly about these issues have great influence on them.1
G. This way of thinking may limit their ability to consider situations, risks, and future consequences.5
第一节 完形填空(共20小题;每题1.5分, 满分30分)
阅读下面短文, 从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A, B, C和D)中, 选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项, 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
Stephanie Stephens teaches reading classes for sixth graders at James L. Capps Middle School. “One of the 41 things as a reading teacher is instilling(逐渐灌输) a love of reading in students that do not like reading,” she said.
Stephens came up with the idea to 42 her school classroom with Harry Potter-themed details after her enthusiasm for the series 43 many adults to read the books. “If I can get 44 to be excited about reading using Harry Potter, so can I get my students excited about 45 !” she recalled.
Stephens spent a week planning and 46 decorations related to the series’ first book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. “I thought of all the 47 things Harry saw and experienced and put myself in his 48 and picked the things that I could pull off in a 49 ,” she said.
Once she had all the items, it 50 the teacher “four days” to pull it all together. “I chose to go with the Harry Potter theme 51 if I am excited, students tend to follow suit. My 52 is to help students find at least one book that they can 53 exciting and be as enthusiastic about as I am regarding Harry Potter.”
When the 54 day of school arrived on August 20th, some students were 55 because they were unfamiliar with Harry Potter. But, Stephens 56 , “Most were excited and were immediately drawn into the fun activities that are 57 for the year!”
“My hope is to bring magic back into people’s hearts. The Harry Potter generation is growing up, and sometimes, 58 to our younger selves can inspire us to 59 a book or share a piece of our past with others 60 us.”
41. A.easiest B. simple st C. busiest D.toughest
42.A.decorate B. tidy C. change D.transform
43.A.instructed B. prompted C. urged D.allowed
44.A.friends B. strangers C.adults D. teenagers
45.A.reading B.writing C.dramas D. poems
46.A.offering B.imagining C.designing D.ordering
47.A.smart B. reasonable C. magical D.nervous
48.A. hearts B.shoes C. pockets D. socks
49.A.classroom B. house C.market D.school
50.A.spent B.paid C.cost D.took
51.A.though B.because C. until D. when
52.A.interest B.pressure C.goal D. choice
53.A.find B. offer C. make D. show
54.A.very B.last C.first D.second
55.A. disappointed B. frightened C.annoyed D.confused
56.A.added B. included C.declared D.persuaded
57.A. tried B.planned C.examined D.adopted
58.A. relating B.returning C.responding D.hurrying
59.A. take down B. deal with C.pick up D.look into
60.A.behind B. aside form C.next to D.around