第 I 卷 ( 选择题 )
1. Where are the speakers going?
A. To New York B. To Canada C. To Mexico
2. Why can’t Tim take Jenny’s shift?
A. He has a soccer game.
B. He is on vacation.
C. He has to go to a funeral.
3. What does the woman mean?
A. There is a bomb in the refrigerator.
B. They will probably run out of food.
C. More than enough food has been prepared.
4. What subject does the woman think less difficult?
A. Literature B. History C. Mathematics
5. What did the woman study in college?
A. Business B. Art C. Spanish
6. What happened to Miguel last weekend?
A. He lost his textbook.
B. He took care of his grandma.
C. His house was burned to the ground.
7. Why will Miguel be late to Ms.Perry’s office?
A. He has to buy his lunch.
B. He had to do his homework.
C. He has to make food for his grandma.
8. What does the man do for his job?
A. He cleans houses.
B. He does paperwork.
C. He sells houses.
9. When does the conversation take place?
A. On Thursday
B. On the weekend.
C. On Friday
10. Why does the woman recommend the man her friend?
A. She is moving.
B. She enjoyed working with him.
C. Her friend is moving to Springfield.
11. How old is Sam?
A. He’s in college. B. He’s in high school. C. He’s still a young kid.
12. What does Sam plan to do this summer?
A. Work at the pool
B. Learn to skateboard
C. Go to the lake with his mother
13. What does Sam need help with?
A. Filling out job applications
B. Shopping in a supermarket
C. Paying for summer school
14. Why does the woman always sleep in?
A. She doesn’t work
B. She sets her own schedule.
C. She needs more sleep than most people.
15. When does the man get to work?
A. Around 7 B. Around 9 C. Around 10
16. What does the man suggest to the woman?
A. She should get up earlier.
B. They should switch schedules.
C. She should learn to go to bed on time.
17.What will the speakers do today?
A. Go for a hike B. Go to the movies C. Go to work
18. How do Uber drivers know where to go?
A. They call a phone number.
B. They request to know on the app.
C. A map shows them where people need cars.
19. Who mostly drives for Uber?
A. Former taxi drivers
B. University students
C. People who have other jobs
20. What does Travis Kalanick predict?
A. Uber will totally replace taxis.
B. Cars will be able to drive themselves.
C. Prices for transportation will go up everywhere.
Formal Afternoon Teas
A pot of tea, a plate of finger sandwiches and a selection of pastries and scones: In America, this wonderful way to wile away the afternoon is commonly, though mistakenly, known as “high tea.” In Britain, where it originated, “high tea” is simply an old-fashioned name for the evening meal; it’s also called “meal tea.” The light, elegant, scone-centric meal served at fancy hotels is called “low tea” or “afternoon tea.” whatever you call it, here are four places to get afternoon tea on Long island. Prices are per person:
230 Merrick Rd., Rockville Centre
Owner Emma Tso is a talented pastry chef, and her afternoon tea($22) includes sandwiches, miniature pastries, warm scones, cream and jam and a pot of tea. Open 7 days a week. Reservations required.
Robinson’s Tea Room
97-E Main St., Stony Brook
Robinson’s service afternoon tea Tuesday to Sunday. $26 buys unlimited tea, about 10 finger sandwiches, fresh scones, cream and jam and desserts. Reservations required.
The Secret Garden Tea Cafe& Gift Shoppe
225 Main St.,Port Jefferson
The Street Garden’s menu has more modest options, but the full afternoon tea, $26.95, includes scones, fresh fruit, tea sandwiches, mini desserts and a pot of tea. Open Tuesday to Sunday.
The Hidden Oak Cafe
Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Montauk Highway, Great River
The cafe is open Tuesday to Sunday. Afternoon tea($25.95) includes tea sandwiches, desserts and pastries, scones with cream and jam and a pot of tea. Reservations required 24 hours in advance.
21. What do we know about British afternoon tea?
A. It’s known as “meat tea”.
B. It’s centered on desserts.
C. It’s served at fancy hotels.
D. It’s originated from America.
22. Which number should you call to reserve for a Monday afternoon tea?
A. 516-208-8521 B. 631-751-1232
C. 631-476-8327 D. 631-277-3895
23. Where can you get afternoon tea with fresh fruit?
A. At Chat Noir B. At Robinson’s Tea Room
C. At the Hidden Oak Cafe D. At the Secret Garden Tea Cafe& Gift Shoppe
David Christof, a Marathon runner, visited my school yesterday. He made a speech about the safe drinking water problem in the world. “I want to do more and help people everywhere have safe drinking water, ”he said as he spoke to a gym full of students.
Chrisof shared with us his story of determination to help solve the world water crisis by participating in the 2007 Blue Planet Run marathon. Starting in New York City, a team of 21 male and female athletes ran around the clock through 16 countries. It covered 15,200 miles and three continents, 24 hours a day for 65 days to deliver the message that measures must be taken to help countries searching for safe drinking water.
As he spoke to us, Christof displayed a picture of a woman getting water from a well filled with dirty water. “Would you like to drink this water?” he asked.”I wouldn’t either, yet this woman is washing her dishes in it and later she will use it to cook. The water crisis does not mean people are dying of thirst. It means that they are drinking water that is not good for them.”
Christof pointed out that students in my school may not worry whether or not the water they are drinking is safe. But it is another story in other countries, where people actually have to decide whether their water is safe to drink. He expressed the hope that his speech would help us realize how a single person can make a difference by taking the steps to bring about change.
24. What is Christof’s speech mainly about?
A. A story about looking for clean water.
B. The world safe drinking water problem.
C. The importance of drinking enough water.
D. Different methods for making use of water.
25. What can we know about the 2007 Blue Planet Run marathon?
A. It was hosted in New York. B. It was finished in 24 hours.
C. It was held day and night. D. It was attended by 42 athletes.
26. What does Christof imply about the woman in the picture?
A. She should save water. B. She needs good water.
C. She is polluting water. D. She prefers well water.
27. What does the author do most probably?
A. A student B. A technician C. A famous scientist D. a professional runner