1. When does the film start?
A. At 8:15
B. At 8:30
C. At 10:15
2. What is the woman?s sister ?
A. A teacher .
B. A doctor
C. A nurse
3. Why was the teacher angry?
A. A student used his mobile phone in class.
B. A student didn?t do his homework
C. A student was sleeping in class.
4. What?s the weather like now?
A. It?s cloudy.
B. It?s sunny.
C. It?s raining.
5. What does the girl mean?
A. She doesn?t want to go boating.
B. She wants to go shopping with the boy.
C. She has a lot of things to buy.
6. What will the girl do tomorrow morning?
A. Meet her sister.
B. Have two lessons.
C. Look after her sister.
7. What does Mary look like?
A. A girl with long brown hair.
B. A tall girl with brown hair.
C. A girl of medium build with glasses.
8. Which is NOT mentioned about Mary?
A. Her clothes.
B. Her arriving time.
C. Her age.
9. What is John doing on the computer ?
A. Watching the movie. .
B. Looking for cards.
C. Playing games.
10. How does the woman usually show her friendship and love?
A. By writing letters.
B. By making calls.
C. By sending messages.
11. What is the relationship between the two speakers?
A. Mother and son.
B. Teacher and student.
C. Husband and wife.
12. Where are they talking?
A. At Peter?s hom.
B. At the woman?s home.
C. At Jack?s ho me.
13. Which is NOT true about Jack?
A. He is a pilot.
B. He has been to many countries.
C. He doesn?s like to wear sunglasses.
14. Who is Charlie?
A. He is Jack?s son.
B. He is a dog.
C. He is Jack?s wife?s friend..
15. What does the man probably do?
A. A driver.
B. A policeman.
C. A thief.
16. Which is NOT mentioned by the woman?
A. Her driver license.
B. ID card.
C. some money.
17. Where did the woman find her handbag missing ?
A. In the coffee shop.
B. On the way home.
C. In the shopping mall..
18. What?s the next program about?
A. Outdoor activities.
C. Famous persons.
19. What is the weather like this evening?
20. Which hasn?t the speaker planned t o do?
A. Have a picnic.
B. Go swimming.
C. Go hiking.
21. Don?t take it seriously, Alice. I wasn?t making ______ fun of you —it?s nothing but ______
A. 不填; the
B. the; the
C. the; a
D. 不填; a
22. You had better ______some time every day for sports so that you can keep yourself energetic.
A. set aside
B. take up
C. put away
D. give out
23. The book was written ______ careful observations and detailed studies.
A. on behalf of
B. regardless of
C. on the basis of
D. in relation of
24. Due to the widespread ________ of this medical technology，more diseases can be discovered
and treated at an early stage.
A．presentation B．application C．qualification D．appreciation 25. —I wonder what makes you a successful manager.
—I ________ as a waiter for five years，which contributes a lot to my today?s work.
A．serve B．have served C．had served D．served
26. —We were surprised to hear that the reason_______ she gave for her absence was______ her
mother was ill.
—Yes，we saw her mother was at the supermarket that morning.
A．why；that B．which；that C．that；because D．why；because
27. ______to the sun for too long, I think, can hurt your skin.
A. Being exposed
B. To expose
28. --How did you find the film yesterday evening?
--Just so so. It _______ pace.
A. lacked in
C. was lacking
D. was lacked in
29. It __ be the vocabulary that caused you the problem in the exercise because you know a lot of words.
30. ---Have you got any particular plans for the coming holiday?
---Yes._____, I?m going to visit some homes for the old in the city.
A. If ever
B. If busy
C. If anything
D. If possible
31. I have learned a lot about Asian customs, ______ in the small village for three years in the early
B. to live
C. having lived
D. to have lived
32. To her joy, Della first earned the trust of her students and then _____ of her colleagues.
33. ---Have you paid ? What?s my share of the bill?
---____. It wasn?t very much.
A. Don?t worry about it.
B. It?s my share.
C. None of your business.
D. It?s up to you.
34. _________ that Tom got inside the room to see what was going on.
A. So strangely did he feel
B. So strangely he felt
C. So strange did he feel
D. So strange he felt
35. —Joe, don?t forget to bring your laptop with you tomorrow, OK?
—Oh, thank you. I wouldn?t bring it if you _____ me.
A. hadn?t reminded
B. haven?t reminded
C. wouldn?t remind
D. shouldn?t have reminded
What is it that you love to do but never feel that you get it quite right? Perhaps you don't even try any more because you think what you do is not 36 enough.
Discouragement seems to follow us a good part of the time, 37 whatever it is that we work so hard doing, it seems that there is 38 someone else who can do it much better.
I have always enjoyed music and it is 39 to me that every musician has a 40 of their own. My father 41 several instruments and when he played with others, it was not difficult to 42 his sound in a group. Whether it was guitar or another instrument, he had his own 43 sound.
I 44 read of a music teacher who commented to a discouraged student, " 45 else can make the sound that you make." The sound that you make may not be the same as someone else's but who is to say which is 46 . It is said that, " 47 is in the eye of the beholder, perhaps it could be said that a delightful sound is in the ear of the 48 ".
Every person has a different tone of voice that 49 only to them, 50 we all know people with an unforgettable laugh or a way of 51 that is unique to them. It might not be the sound of your music or your voice at all. It 52 be the way you whistle or the sound of your footsteps.
Each person has a（an）53 on the world in some way. Someone else can do what you do,
but they cannot do it 54 the same way that you do it. The next time you feel 55 , remember "Nobody else can make the sound that you make. "
36. A. challenging B. worthy C. simple D. good
37. A. because B. although C. when D. if
38. A. seldom B. frequently C. never D. sometimes
39. A. satisfying B. interesting C. inspiring D. convincing
40. A. talent B. song C. life D. sound
41. A. played B. designed C. created D. possessed
42. A. turn down B. pick out C. call up D. give off
43. A. loudly B. powerful C. soundable D. special
44. A. once B. yet C. even D. still
45. A. Anybody B. Somebody C. Nobody D. Everybody
46. A. bigger B. deeper C. better D. lower
47. A. beauty B. interest C. patience D. honesty
48. A. speaker B. listener C. receiver D. observer
49. A. subscribes B. submits C. adapts D. belongs
50. A. but B. yet C. and D. for
51. A. speaking B. walking C. jumping D. behaving
52. A. must B. might C. would D. shall
53. A. alternative B. prospect C. duty D. impact
54. A. exactly B. obviously C. cautiously D. seriously
55. A. annoyed B. puzzled C. bothered D. discouraged
You might think I'd have little in common with a camel, but we do share one useful skill: both of us can go for a very long time without water. Usually I start my day with a cup of tea, and then I might have a glass of water with my lunch and one with dinner, that's about a liter of liquid in 24 hours. It feels like plenty, but apparently it's not nearly enough.
After years of suffering headaches and poor digestion I spoke to a neurologist about my regular headaches and a nutritionist about my poor digestion, and both told me I should be drinking up to three liters of liquid a day for my body to function at its best. I decided to conduct an experiment. What would happen if I drank the recommended amount every day for a month?
The photograph of me taken the day I started this trial demonstrates(展示）perfectly and rather frighteningly what a lack of hydration does to a face. I am 42, but have to admit I look more like 52 in this picture, which is shocking. There are dark shadows under and around my eyes, which make me look exhausted, a profusion of wrinkles and strange reddish blotches, and my skin lacks any luster（光泽）. It looks dead. Even my lips look shriveled（枯萎的）. This is all classic evidence of poor hydration, apparently.
Every system and function in our body depends on water. It flushes toxins from the vital organs, carries nutrients to cells, provides a moist environment for ear, nose and throat tissues, and eliminates waste.
Not drinking enough means all these functions becomes damaged. So I decided to see how I
would look and feel if I drank three liters of water every day for 28 days. The results were astonishing.
56.Which statement is Not True according to Paragraph 1?
A.The author drinks about a liter of liquid every day.
B.The author has something in common with a camel.
C.The author thinks she drinks enough water every day.
D.The author actually has plenty of water in her daily life.
57.Why did the author decide to drink the recommended amount of water?
A.Because she was very fond of doing experiments.
B.Because she was informed of the importance of drinking enough water.
C.Because her doctors forced her to do it.
D.Because she wanted to be cured of her stomachache.
58.The author?s lack of hydration caused the following physical responses Except_______.
B. enough luster of her skin
C. dark shadows around her eyes
D. wrinkles and blotches on her face
59.According to the passage, the author most probably tends to tell us_________.
A.the more water one drinks, the healthier he is
B. drinking water makes ladies look younger
C. drinking enough water is key to one?s health
D. it?s necessary to follow specialists
60.What will be probably written in the next paragraph?
A. The author gave up the experiment.
B. The author had his health greatly improved.
C. The author suffered a lot from the experiment.
D. The author felt very disappointed at the result.
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61. What do we know about 1234 PENS?
A. It has a history of over 30 years.
B. It has built up a large pen market.
C. It has its name printed on each pen.
D. It charges a low price for extra service.
62. What is mainly discussed in Paragraph 3?
A. The different types of the products.
B. The high quality of the products.
C. The trade shows of1234 PENS.
D. The quick service of 1234 PENS.
63. What is special about the pens produced in 1234 PENS?
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C. Their material is less harmful to the earth.
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64. The main purpose of the passage is to _____.
A. persuade people to order the products
B. explain the process of making logo pens
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Nuclear power?s danger to health, safety, and even life itself can be summed up in one word: radiation.
Nuclear radiation has a certain mystery about it, partly because it cannot be detected by human senses. It can?t be seen or heard, or touched or tasted, even though it may be all around us. There are other things like that. For example, radio waves are all around us but we can?t detect them, sense them, without a radio receiver. Similarly, we can?t sense radioactivity without a radiation detector. But unlike common radio waves, nuclear radiation is not harmless to human beings and other living things.
At very high levels, radiation can kill an animal or human being immediately by killing masses of cells in vital organs. But even the lowest levels can do serious damage. There is no levels of radiation that is completely safe. If the radiation does not hit anything important, the damage may not be serious. This is the case when only a few cells are hit, and if they are killed immediately. Your body will replace the dead cells with healthy ones. But if the few cells are only damaged, and if they reproduce themselves, you may be in trouble. They can grow into cancer. Sometimes this does not show up for many years.
This is another reason for some of the mystery about nuclear radiation. Serious damage can be done without the victim being aware at the time that damage has occurred. A person can be irradiated （辐射）and feel fine, then die for cancer five, ten, or twenty years later as a result. Or a child can be born weak as a result of radiation absorbed by its grandparents.
Radiation can hurt us. We must know the truth.
65. Which of the following statements is true?
A. Nuclear radiation is just like common radio waves.
B. Nuclear radiation can cause cancer to human beings.
C. Nuclear radiation can be detected by human senses.
D. Nuclear radiation can be safe to human beings if its level is low.
66. How can nuclear radiation kill an animal?
A. By damaging its heart.
B. By killing a few cells.
C. By hitting any place in its body.
D. By killing many cells in important organs.
67. If a human being is hit by nuclear radiation, he may _______.
A. die of cancer after many years
B. die immediately
C. have a child who may be born weak
D. all of the above
Why play games? Because they are fun, and a lot more besides, following the rules, planning your next move, acting as a team member…. These are all “game” ideas that you will come across throughout your life.
Think about some of the games you played as a young child, such as rope-jumping and hide-and-seek. Such games are entertaining and fun. But perhaps more importantly, they translate life into exciting dramas that teach children some of the basic rules they will be expected to follow the rest of their lives, such as taking turns and cooperating.
Many children?s games have a p ractical side. Children around the world play games that prepare them for work they will do as grown-ups. For instance, some Saudi Arabian children play a game called bones，which sharpens the hand-eye coordination（协调）needed in hunting.
Many sports encourage national or local pride. The most famous games of all, the Olympic Games, bring athletes from around the world together to take part in friendly competition. People who watch the event wave flags, knowing that a gold medal is a win for an entire country, not just the athlete who earned it. For countries experiencing natural disasters or war, an Olympic win can mean so much.
Sports are also an event that unites people. Soccer is the most popular sport in the world. People on all continents play it—some for fun and some for a living. Nicolette Iribarne, a Californian soccer player, has discovered a way to spread hope through soccer. He created a foundation to provide poor children with not only soccer balls but also a promising future.
Next time you play your favorite game or sport, think about why you enjoy it, what skills are needed, and whether these skills will help you in other aspects of your life.
68. Through playing hide-and-seek, children are expected to learn to _____.
A. be a team leader
B. act as a grown-up
C. obey the basic rules
D. predict possible danger
69. The underlined part in Paragraph 2 most probably means that games can_____.
A. describe life in an exciting way
B. turn real-life experiences into a play
C. change people?s views of sporting events
D. make learning life skills more interesting
70. According to the passage, why is winning Olympic medals so encouraging?
A. It proves t he exceptional skills of the winners.
B. It inspires people?s deep love for the country.
C. It helps the country out of natural disasters.
D. It earns the winners fame and fortune.
71. Iribarne?s goal of forming the foundation is to _______.
A. bring fun to poor kids
B. provide soccer balls for children
C. give poor kids a chance for a better life
D. appeal to soccer players to help poor kids
Some students get so nervous before a test; they do poorly even if they know the material. Sian Beilock has studied these highly anxious test-takers.
Sian Beilock: “They start worrying about the consequences. They might even start worrying about whether this exam is going to prevent them from getting into the college they want. And when we worry，it actually uses up attention and memory resources. I talk about it as your cognitive horsepower that you could otherwise be using to focus on the exam.”
Professor Beilock and another researcher，Gerardo Ramirez，have developed a possible solution. Just before an exam，highly anxious test-takers spend ten minutes writing about their worries about the test.
Sian Beilock: “What we think happens is when students put it down on paper，they think about the worst that could happen and they reappraise th e situation. They might realize it?s not as bad as they might think it was before and，in essence(本质上)，it prevents these thoughts from popping up when they?re actually taking a test.”
The researchers tested the idea on a group of twenty anxious college students. They gave them two short math tests. After the first one, they asked the students to either sit quietly or write about their feelings about the upcoming second test.
The researchers added to the pressure. They told the students that those who did well on the second test would get money. They also told them that their performance would affect other students as part of a team effort.
Professor Beilock says those who sat quietly scored an average of twelve percent worse on the second test. But the students who had written about their fears improved their performance by an average of five percent.
Next, the researchers used younger students in a biology class. They told them before final exams either to write about their feelings or to think about things unrelated to the test.
Prefessor Beilock says highly anxious students who did the writing got an average grade of B+，compared to a B－for those who did not.
Sian Beilock: “What we showed is that for students who are highly test-anxious，who?d done our writing intervention(排解)，all of a sudden there was no relationship between test anxiety and performance. Those students most likely to worry were performing just as well as their classmates who don?t normally get nervous in these testing situations.”
But what if students do not have a chance to write about their fears immediately before an exam or presentation? Professor Beilock says students can try it themselves at home or in the library and still improve their performance.
72. Which of the following is TRUE?
A．The result in the math test agrees with that in the biology test.
B．In the first math test, students who sat quietly performed better.
C．In the second math test, students who wrote about their feelings did worse.
D．Some college students are highly anxious test-takers while others are not in the tests.
73. What may happen if students have the problem of test anxiety?
A．Test anxiety is sure to cause students to fail the test.
B．Test anxiety can improve students? performance to some degree.
C．Students? atten tion and memory resources run out when worried.
D．Students may not be admitted into their favorite college if worried
74.The result of the research suggests that ________．
A. proper amount of burden may turn out to be a good thing
B. facing the fears bravely may help one to achieve more
C. avoiding facing the problem may contribute to relaxation
D. taking no action before difficulty may result in success
75. What is the main idea of the passage?
A．It is important for students to overcome test anxiety.
B．Anxious students overcome test anxiety by writing down fears.
C．It is a common practice for students being worried before a test.
D．Being worried before tests does harm to students? performance.
Job stress hits students
As the job-hunting season kicks off, many graduates are suffering from anxiety. Job interview results are becoming the most common conversation topic in dormitories. Worried about not getting satisfactory offers, some students have sleep problems, or lose their appetite. Some might even display symptoms of depression.
According to a survey across several universities in Wuhan conducted by Wuhan Yangtze Business University, over 72 percent of student participants were worried about finding a job. Students in the first one or two years were also uneasy about their job prospects, which contributed to spreading anxiety further.
Lang Lei, 22, a business major from Renmin University in Beijing, admitted having mood swings when job hunting. The student hoped to get positions with large state-owned enterprises in his hometown of Yantai, Shandong. But when it turned out that things wouldn?t be so easy, Lang became concerned. After some struggling moments, he has now changed to more realistic goals.
Others feel tortured（受折磨）while waiting for interview results. Mo Tong, a senior software engineering major at South China Normal University, would fall into a nervous state every time after he attended a job interview.
“For a day or two I couldn?t help but keep thinking about how I performed in front of the interviewers, how well I dealt with their questions, and whether they would consider giving me a chance in the end,” Mo was unable to focus on other things as his anxiety grew.
M edia reports about rising unemployment rates and a difficult job market have touched students? nerves.
……I? m alarmed by articles saying how bachelor?s degree holders are losing ground,” said Wang Hongjuan, a sophomore English major from Putian University in Fujian province. “It suggests to me that good jobs are only available to graduate or doctoral students.”
As Wang has no plans to further her education, she has to commit herself to all sorts of extracurricular activities to improve her prospects. This throws her into a packed schedule.
Wen Fang, a well-known education psychology expert and consultant in Beijing, advises students not to be misled by depressing surveys and reports about the job market. “Unemployment rates are not linked to an individual?s chances of getting a job,” he said. “An individual?s chances are actually mainly determined by his or her capability.”
According to Wen, a moderate degree of anxiety is normal--- it can even be helpful. But if it constantly affects a student?s normal life,one should pay more attention. “Focus on adapting yourself to the needs of society, and never ever overestimate your goals,” We added.
The College Entrance Examination is coming soon, many students in senior 3 think that time is limited, and they care little about their rest time. Some of them give up their noon break or even stay up too late.
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79. depressed 80. majors 81. Finally / eventually
82. growing / increasing 83. advantage(s) / edge
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As a Senior Three student, time seems much limited. As a result, more and more students try to study from early morning, even during the time after lunch. In my opinion, to take a nap afer lunch is definitely necessary. Otherwise we will feel tired both physically and mentally.
Dring the time after lunch, we do something to get rid of tiredness. What we need is to have a real rest, instead of getting more tired. So doing nothing tiring in that period is really good for us.
My time after lunch is always relaxing. Sometimes I will turn on TV to keep up with the latest news for ten minutes and then have a rest. Sometimes I will have a short chat with my parents or just take a nap at home or in the classroom. When it is time for classes in the afternoon, I will feel refreshed again.