1. What does the man mean ?
A. He will see Lan next door. B. He will go jogging.
C. He’ll continue his work.
2. What time is it now?
A. 9: 00. B. 9: 15. C. 9: 30.
3. What does the man do?
A. A businessman. B. A student. C. A farmer.
4. Where are the two speakers now?
A. In the taxi. B. At the airport. C. By the highway.
5. What does the man think of classical music?
A. He does not like it at all.
B. He prefers it to other music.
C. He enjoys it at bedtime.
6. What are the speakers doing?
A. Baking a cake. B. Making a pizza. C. Eating some popcorn.
7. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Father and daughter. B. Husband and wife. C. Brother and sister.
8. How will the weather be on Sunday?
A. Pleasant. B. Rainy. C. Windy.
9. How will the speakers go for the picnic?
A. By car. B. By bus. C. By cycle.
10. When does the man plan to go to Miami at first?
A. On 20th, February. B. On 21st, February. C. On 22nd, March.
11. Why does the man want to go to Miami?
A. To visit a friend. B. To go on business.
C. To keep away from the cold weather.
12. How does the man feel in the end?
A. Unhappy. B. Worried. C. Happy.
13. What extra dish is to be prepared?
A. Fish. B. Steak. C. Shrimps.
14. Who is Alexander?
A. The woman’s cook.
B. The woman’s employee.
C. The woman’s boss.
15. What happened in the woman’s department last year?
A. It faced a risk of being shut down.
B. It introduced a new system.
C. A sales manager was fired.
16. What is the man’s attitude towards Alexander?
A. He is indifferent.
B. He is full of praises.
C. He is looking forward to seeing him.
17. What is the speaker mainly talking about?
A. School activities. B. Travelling plans. C. Outdoor courses.
18. What place will the students visit?
A. A lake. B. A forest. C. A beach.
19.What will the students learn to do?
A. Make a birdhouse. B. Feed birds. C. Design a birdbath.[:]
20. How many hours will the students spend in “Nature” ?
A.12 B.15 C.36
With temperatures rising and spring in full swing, we’ve selected 5 places to go canola(油菜) flower sight-seeing in China. Get ready to enjoy yourself in the golden fields!
Wuyuan county, Jiangxi province
Best time for visiting: mid-March to early April
Wuyuan county in East China’s Jiangxi province may be the first place to spring to mind when talking about the best canola flower scenery in China. The picturesque terraced(阶梯状的) fields, spanning 6,700 hectares, mix harmoniously with the white houses that dot the valley.[:.]
Leshan, Sichuan province
Best time for visiting: March
Board the ancient steam train and take a journey along the mountainous road in Qianwei county, Leshan city in Southwest China’s Sichuan province. Such types of train have gradually disappeared over the years, adding a touch of nostalgia to the sight.
Xinghua, Jiangsu province
Best Time for visiting: April
In Xinghua, Taizhou city in East China’s Jiangsu province,visitors can view “islands” of canola flowers on sightseeing boats.
Boats take visitors on a tour around little “islands” of canola flowers in Xinghua, Taizhou city in Jiangsu province.
Menyuan county, Qinghai province
Best time for visiting: July
A bullet train passes through canola fields in Menyuan county, Northwest China’s Qinghai province, July 27, 2016. Menyuan is the biggest base for growing canola flowers and is a major oil producer in Northwest China.
Huangshan, Anhui province
Best time for visiting: March
A peaceful morning view of the Shitan township in Huangshan city, East China’s Anhui province, surrounded by golden fields.
21.Where should you go canola flower sight-seeing in Summer Holiday?
A.Wuyuan county, Jiangxi province
B. Leshan, Sichuan province
C. Menyuan county, Qinghai province
D. Huangshan, Anhui province
22.Which number should you call if you want to view “islands” of canola flowers on sightseeing boats?
A. 221-2742 B. 243-2332 C. 581-3666 D. 253-3383
23. What is canola flower sight-seeing in Leshan special for ?
A.You will be sure to enjoy a peaceful morning view.
B.You will happen to catch sight of a bullet train .
C.You will be attracted by the largest scale of canola flowers.
D.You will have a chance to board the ancient steam train.
Hannah’s daddy was a teacher who barely made enough money to raise his six kids. Hannah wore hand-me-downs from her older sisters. For Christmas she usually got used dolls and books. As a child, she longed for the beautiful clothes, cars, and homes that she often saw on TV and in magazines.
Several years after she graduated from college, she became part-owner of a successful interior decorating business in Manhattan. Her life became what she had dreamed about as a little girl. Become a successful business woman, and she had a handsome, wealthy boyfriend. She owned her own company near Central Park. She took skiing vacations in the winter and mountain resorts in the summer. At the age of 30, Hannah was on top of the world.
Then she underwent a routine health checkup, and her perfect world broke down. Her doctor told her that she had pancreatic(胰腺) cancer. Surgery was necessary to determine how much the cancer had spread. Hannah was operated on a week later. The surgeon suspected that cancer had spread to vital organs. Ten days later, the lab confirmed his suspicions.
Hannah’s doctor said he could treat her with chemotherapy and painkillers, but it was just a matter of time before the cancer killed her. She asked how much time. He guessed that she had less than a year to live. How can this be, Hannah wondered. Doesn’t this always happen to someone else?
A couple of weeks later, she visited another cancer specialist. He examined her and read her medical and lab reports. He said he agreed with her surgeon. “If you have any once-in-a-lifetime plans, do them now,” he advised.
Instead, Hannah spent her last months in her company, tended to by hospice workers. Her family and friends visited her regularly. The moment before she died, she opened her eyes and tried to say something to her boyfriend. She squeezed his hand weakly.
“She was in constant pain,” her boyfriend said. “At the end, she could barely whisper. She weighed 80 pounds when she died. I can’t believe that God allows things like this to happen to people.”
24.What was Hannah’s childhood like?
A. She led a poor life but dreamed of a rich one.
B. She used to have many new dolls and books.
C. She lived a happy life as she often saw on TV.
D. She was always dreaming of a beautiful life.
25.What does the underlined sentence in the 2nd paragraph imply?
A. Hannah’s company lay in the tallest building in the world.
B. Hannah reached the peak of her life she had dreamed about.
C. Hannah became the most successful woman in the world.
D. Hannah once climbed the highest mountain when on vocation.
26. According to Hannah’s doctor,
A. he could cure her with chemotherapy and painkillers.
B. surgery was necessary to stop the cancer spreading.
C. Hannah should have been operated a week earlier.
D. the cancer is sure to kill her in less than a year.
27. How did Hannah feel when she was diagnosed with cancer?
A. shocked B. upset C. unfortunate D. annoyed