例：How much is the shirt?
A.￡19.15. B.￡9.18. C.￡9.15.
A.9:10.B. 9:50.C. 10:00.
A.It’s nice.B. It’s warm.C. It’s cold.
A.Give a lecture. B. Leave his office. C.Attend a meeting.
A.Toohard. B.Worthtaking. C.Very easy.
A.Speak louder.B.Apologize to her.C. Turn off the radio.
A.Five days.B. Oneweek.C.Two weeks.
A.Russia.B. Norway.C. India.
A.Chicken.B. Fish.C. Eggs.
A. Order dishes.B. Cook dinner.C. Go shopping.
A.In a hospital.B. In the office.C.At home.
11.When is the report due?
A. Thursday. B. Friday. C. Next Monday.
12.What does George suggest Stephanie do with the report?
A. Improve it. B. Hand it in later. C. Leave it with him.
13.What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Husband and wife. B. Homeowner and cleaner. C. Salesperson and customer.
14.What kind of apartment do the speakers prefer?
A. One near a market. B. One without furniture. C. One with two bedrooms.
15.How much rent should one pay for the one-bedroom apartment?
A. $350. B. $400. C. $415.
16.Where is the apartment the speakers would like to see?
A. On Lake Street. B. On Market Street. C. On South Street.
17.What percentage of the world’s tea exports go to Britain?
A. Almost 15%. B. About 30%. C. Over 40%.
18.Why do tea tasters taste tea with milk?
A. Tea with milk is healthy.
B. Tea tastes much better with milk.
C. Most British people drink tea that way.
19.Who suggests a price for each tea?
A. Tea tasters. B. Tea exporters. C. Tea companies.
20.What is the speaker talking about?
A. The life of tea tasters. B. Afternoon tea in Britain.
C. The LondonTeaTrade Centre.
Residence Inn Milford
Our suites offer hot breakfast buffet and a nightly social hour (Monday-Wednesday), on-site exercise room and outdoor swimming pool.
Price: $119 per night Pet Policy: Pets allowed. Check in time: 3:00 p.m.
Marriott Detroit Southfield
Newly renovated (翻新), the Marriott Detroit Southfield Hotel is one of Detroit's most desirable hotel destinations. With excellent public areas and carefully redesigned guest rooms, the Marriott Southfield Hotel caters to the needs of business, leisure and group guests traveling to the Detroit area. This suburban Detroit hotel has a prime location that allows for easy access to the Detroit Zoo, Henry Ford Museum, Comerica Park, Ford Field and many of the other local activities in the area. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Price: $75 per night Check in time: 4:00 p.m.
Comfort Suites Kodak
100% smoke-free and pet-free hotel conveniently located at the main gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains off Interstate 40 at exit 407, close to all the fun and excitement in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Knoxville, including Dollywood, Dixie Stampede, Smokies Park, Sevierville Events Center, Tanger Outlet Mall, University of Tennessee and more. Guests enjoy waking up in our well-appointed guest suites featuring contemporary furnishings and LCD flat screen televisions, starting their day with our free breakfast, and relaxing in our indoor pool and exercise room.
Price: $55 per night Check in time: 3:00 p.m.
21. What can we know about Marriott Detroit Southfield?
A. It is designed specially for businessmen.
B. It has well-developed traffic to other cities.
C. It is quite close to local attractions.
D. It is the cheapest of the three hotels.
22. What can we learn from the three advertisements?
A. You may bring pets into Residence Inn Milford.
B. Residence Inn Milford is located in New York
C. Marriott Detroit Southfield is built inside a park.
D. Smoking is allowed in Comfort Suites Kodak.
23. If you want to take exercise and go climbing after settling down, you may choose ______.
A. New Haven hotel
B. Marriott Detroit Southfield
C. Residence Inn Milford
D. Comfort Suites Kodak
When I was 16, I read a magazine article about a museum called the McKay, once the home of a watercolorist named Marian McKay. She had requested the community to turn it into a museum upon her death. On a sunny Saturday, Sally and I drove over to the museum. She asked, "Do you have the address? ""No, but I'll recognize it, there was a picture in the magazine. "
"Oh, stop. There it is!”
The museum was free. We entered, excited. A group of people sitting in the hall stopped talking and stared at us.
"May I help you?" a man asked. "No, "I said. "We're fine.” Tour guides got on my nerves. What if they talked a long time about a painting you weren't that interested in? Sally had gone upstairs. The people in the hall seemed very nosy(爱窥探的), keeping their eyes on me with curiosity. What was their problem? I saw some nice sculptures in one room. Suddenly I sensed a man standing behind me. "Where do you think you are? " he asked. I turned sharply. "The Mckay Art Museum!" He smiled, shaking his head. "Sorry, the Mckay is on New Braunfels Street." "What’s this place?” I asked, still confused. "Well, it's our home." My heart jolted(震颤). I raced to the staircase and called out, "Sally! Come down immediately! "
"There's some really good stuff up there." She stepped down, looking confused. I pushed her toward the front door, waving at the family, saying, "Sorry, please forgive us, you have a really nice place." Outside, when I told Sally what happened, she covered her mouth, laughing. She couldn't believe how long they let us look around without saying anything.
The real McKay was splendid, but we felt nervous the whole time we were there. Van Gogh, Picasso. This time, we stayed together, in case anything else unusual happened.
Thirty years later, a woman approached me in a public place. "Excuse me, did you ever enter a residence, long ago, thinking it was the McKay Museum?"
"Yes. But how do you know? We never told anyone."
"That was my home. I was a teenager sitting in the hall. Before you came over, I never realized what a beautiful place I lived in. I never felt lucky before. You thought it was a museum. My feelings about my home changed after that. I've always wanted to thank you."
24. How did the author feel about being stared at by the people in the hall?
A. Concerned. B. Frightened. C. Puzzled. D. Delighted.
25. Why did the author refuse the help from the man in the house?
A. She disliked people who were nosy.
B. She felt nervous when talking to strangers.
C. She knew more about art than the man.
D. She mistook him for a tour guide.
26. Why did the author describe the real McKay museum in just a few words?
A. The real museum lacked enough artwork to interest her.
B. She was too upset to spend much time at the real museum.
C. The McKay was disappointing compared with the house.
D. The event happening in the house was more significant.
27. What could we learn from the last paragraph?
A. People should have good taste to enjoy life.
B. People should spend more time with their family.
C. People tend to be blind to the beauty around them.
D. People tend to educate teenagers at a museum.
Five days a week, Victor Ibarra and his friend Sandy Norse ride bicycles through North Brooklyn, collecting food waste from restaurants, coffee shops, and other small businesses and packing it into plastic tubs on a trailer(拖车)pulled by his bike. And every Sunday afternoon, neighborhood residents chopped their food waste firstly, waiting for Victor Ibarra and Sandy Norse’s arrival to collect the staff.These household waste contains more whole apples, whole tomatoes, and whole bunches of cabbages than commercial waste does, while cat litter, bones, and disposable cups, bowls and plates are not accepted.
In 2016, they even founded BK ROT, a nonprofit collecting andcomposting operation to continue their careers. At BK ROT, food waste is mixed with wood chips and sawdust(锯末), then moved, over a period of weeks, through a series of wooden bins the size of washing machines. By the time it reaches the final bin, it's black and bug-covered and unrecognizable as former food. The resulting mass, the compost, is sold in local stores or directly to individuals. "Somebody came from Staten Island yesterday and took a lot,” Norse said, “but most of it goes to nearby urban farms and community gardens.”
Some farmers and many citizens follow their examples, beginning to turn to running their farms and gardens without using any chemicals. To their delight, they feel that this makes the soil in their fields richer in minerals and so more fertile. BK Rot is becoming popular with a goal --- to grow good food and avoid damaging the environment or people’s health.
28. How is the compost made from?
29. What can we learn about the compost?
30. Which of the following is the best title for the text?
The desire to be noticed by peers（同龄人）is a natural tendency. Your style—the way you dress up, the way you carry yourself, the trends you follow—plays a key role in helping you stand out from the others. 31 The following tips can help you.
1. Be yourself.
Why be a second-rate version of anybody else when you can be the first-rate version of yourself. Nothing will help you stand out of the crowd more than your own features because there can be only one you. Everyone has their own belief, their own way of thinking, their own experiences that shape their styles. However, self-doubt and fear of disapproval drive many to abandon their own ways and follow what everyone else is doing. 32
2. Keep an open mind.
Open-mindedness helps you see things from a different perspective, understand others, find opportunities, and learn from others. 33 There are several styles that you should explore and determine which suits your own personality. Nobody knows what fashion you are enthusiastic about. But you should be clearly aware of your own true feelings about it.
3. Keep up with the recent trends
Fashion is always changing. 34 As society changes, so does fashion. Changing trends reflect the changes in people's taste. Similarly, your senses of fashion changes as you gain more experiences in life. Keeping track of the latest fashion will help you redefine your style.
4. Wear your confidence
Your attitude towards dressing can make a significant difference on how you look. You can wear a very beautiful dress, but if you can't carry it with confidence, it will not look good on you. 35 . Don't wear an uncomfortable dress just because everyone or your friend is wearing it. Remember, it's okay to have your own style as long as you are confident with it.
A. Also, it tells a lot about your personality.
B. What worked yesterday may not work today.
C. Copying others will make you just another face in a crowd.
D. Having an open mind can be very helpful in defining your style.
E. On the other hand, even an average dress looks great on people who wear it confidently
F. It is not absolutely necessary to follow every new trend, and you can enjoy the ones you like.
G. Simply following the fashion trends or wearing expensive clothes will not help you get a distinct style.
Hungry for Home
If my life were a ___36___, I would fast-forward through senior high. My senior years were____37____. Like every junior high kid, I was ___38___with who I was and how I would ___39___in life.
I tried and failed in a number of things I wanted to excel in sports but had not yet___40___how to I remember being ___41___by most of my peers and being cut from the basketball team and ___42___to play football. To be loved and accepted seemed to me at the time something I could never, ____43____, achieve.
During that time I went through the cafeteria line and ate alone, feeling unloved and __44___. One day I___45___that I had no one to eat with. Mom said to me, "If you want, you can come home for___46___." As soon as he bell___47___at noon and I left the school and ran home that day my mom sat across the___48___for about 15 minutes and looked at me and listened to me and three ___49___later I still remember those times with ___50___.She just paid attention to me.
I now know that I didn't need my ___51___filled as much as I needed my emotional fuel tank refilled. I just needed a___52___place of warm acceptance for a few minutes a day. Now you know a little more about how I ___53___home.
Home is a place where you don't have to ___54___alone and eat. Home is a place where people don't ___55___you and avoid you.
36. A. book B. movie C. quiz D. choice
37. A. amazing B. unforgettable C. painful D. tasteless
38. A. struggling B. travelling C. discussing D. improving
39. A. make my mark B. draw my attention C. make a contribution D. draw a conclusion
40. A. broken up B. turned down C. got over D. figured out
41. A. admired B. impressed C. rejected D. mixed
42. A. desiring B. failing C. meaning D. hesitating
43. A. in all my life B. in this respect C. on a regular basis D. on the average
44. A. unemployed B. unnoticed C. unaffected D. uncovered
45. A. commented B. admitted C. complained D. answered
46. A. lunch B. fun C. sale D. luck
47. A. rang B. knocked C. kicked D. repeated
48. A. room B. phone C. table D. street
49. A. days B. decades C. weeks D. minutes
50. A. care B. caution C. excitement D. fondness
51. A. soul B. stomach C. heart D. eye
52. A. lonely B. heavy C. steady D. friendly
53. A. own B. see C. paint D. attract
54. A. dash B. laugh C. sit D. talk
55. A. ignore B. hate C. judge D. attend
Nowadays, the computer technology develops very fast that the Internet has become more and more popular. Some students regarded it as a great helper. Because there has a lot of information online, so they can surf the Internet for any information they need in a short time without working hard in the library. This is also very convenient to talk with others by using the Internet. Moreover, other students think that there is some information online that is not good for students. In addition, spend too much time playing games will not only have a bad effect on their studies but also do harms to health. Therefore, we should make properly use of the Internet. It’s of great importance separate good plants from wild weeds.
Nowadays, an increasing number of young Chinese spend money because they are “lazy”. According to a report issued in December by China’s e-commerce platform Taobao on China’s “lazy economy”, Chinese people spent 16 billion yuan on products and services online in 2018. The post-1995 generation was the “laziest” as its consumption increased by 82 percent, compared with that in 2017.
The so-called lazy economy refers to a new type of consumption of products and services which are designed to save time and labor. According to the report, many people of the post-1995 generation buy high-tech electronic devices such as floor mopping robots and automatic window cleaners, which save the trouble of doing household chores. Meanwhile, take-out food delivery services are also popular among people bom after 1995.
Young people are willing to spend money on such products because they want to enjoy hard-earned leisure time after a busy and stressful day at work or school, reported Global Times. Because they need to focus on their studies or jobs, these so-called lazy people tend to use their leisure time more efficiently. For example, Wei Duo, a 21-year-old college student, is a frequent user of take-out food delivery services. t4I once had a birthday cake delivered to my friend who lives far from my home. It cost me 50 yuan but it saved me almost half a day that would have been needed to deliver it myself. My friend was also happy because she got to cat the cake instantly，’’ Wei told the Global Times.
While the “lazy economy” might be convenient for young people, it might also create problems. The ‘lazy economy’ on campus is expressed in things like people buying food or other things without leaving the dormitory. As a result, they stay in their dormitories all day long, playing on computers and smartphones. According to Jinan Daily, this situation could lead to young people becoming less sociable and even developing problems of communicating with others. Young people should be alert （努觉的）to it.
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7. spend---spending 8.harms---harm 9.properly ---proper 10.importance后加to
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A report indicates that more young Chinese, especially the post-1995 generation tend to spend money due to their laziness. (要点1) That’s what we call “lazy economy”, featuring the purchase of time and labor-saving products and services.（要点2） In this way, those occupied with study and work can make the best of the limited leisure time.（要点3）Convenience as the “lazy economy” may bring, the young should be aware that it can also result in their lack of social contact.（要点4）