1.what does jo d difficult learng Ger?
A.Pronunciation B.Vocabulay C.Grmar
2.What is the probable relationship bet the speakers?
A.Colleagues B.Brother d sister C.Teather d stut
3.Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. a k B. At a ticket coffee C. On the tr
4. What are the speakers tg about?
A.A restaurt B.A street C.A dish
5. How does this wo tk of her terview?
A.It was tough B. It was terestg C It was Successful
6. will Judy go to the party？
A.On Monday B.On Tuesday C.On esday
7.What will Max do next?
A. Fly a kite B. Read a magaze C. Do his homework
8. What does the suggest dog at first？
A. Go to a concert B. Watg a movie C. Playg a computer es
9. What do the speakers decide to do?
A.Visit Mike B.Go boatg C.Talk a walk
10. Which color do cats see better t hus?
A.Red B.Gr C.Blue
11.Why do cats brg dead birds home?
A. To eat thern a safe place.
B. To show off their huntg skills.
C. To make their owners happy.
12.How does the sound at the d of the conversation?
A. Grateful. B. Humorous C. Curious
13.Who is Macy?
A. Ed's mother. B. Ed's teacher. C. Ed's frd
14.How does Ed usually go to dergart?
A. By car B. On foot C. By bus
15.What does Ed joy dog at the dergart、
A. Tg stories B. Sg songs C. Playg with others
16.What do the teachers say about Ed?
A. He's clever B. He's quiet C. He's brave
17.At what age did ily start learng ballet?
A. Five B. Six C. Ne
18.Why did ily move to Toronto?
A. To work for a ce school.
B. To perform at a ce teacher.
C. To learn contporary ce.
19.Why did ily quit g.?
A. She was too old to ce.
B. She failed to get a scholarship.
C. She lost terest it.
20.How does ily feel about stoppg trg?
A. She's pleased. B. She's regretful. C. She's upset
Stuts should read the list with their parts/carers, d select two activities they would like to do. Forms will be available school d one for t to dicate their choices d return to school. Before choices are alised, parts/carers will be asked to s to confirm their child's choices.
ber of staff
Outdoor Advcature (OUT)
Take yourself out of your comfort zone for a week,discover new personal qualities,d learn newskills.Your wil be able to take a number of activities from og to wild pg on Dartmoot.Learn rock g d work as a t,d joy the great outdoor virongt.
On Monday we traverl to London. After stayg overng London,we travel on Day 2 to northern Frce to visit the World War I battlefields.On Day 3 we cross to Belgium.Thursday sees us make the short journey to Paris where we will visit Disneyd Paris park,stayg until take to see the parade d the fireworks.Our al day,Friday,sees us visit tral Paris d tour the sights.
Four days of product des tred around textilesg lovely objects usg recycled d made materials. Bags,cushions d decoraiions...Learn skills d leave with mondern d unusual textiles.
Visit Warn Bros Studio,shop to buy pic,stay overnight approved Youth Hostel Streatlry-on -Tes,guided tour of Oxford to see the locations,pic lunch outside Oxford's Christchurch,boatg on the Piver Cherwell through the University Parks,before g back to Exeter.
21.Which activity will you choose if you t to go pg?
A.OUT B.WBP C.CRF D.POT
22.What will the stuts do on Tuesday with Mrs. Wilson?
A.Travel to London
B.See a parade d fireworks
C.Tour tral Paris
D.Visit the WWI battleficlds
23.How long does Potty about Potty last?
y of us love July because it's the month nature's berries d stone fruits are abunce.These colourful d sweet jewels form British Columbia's fields are little powerthouses of nutritional protection.
Of the coon berries, strawberries are highest vit C, although, because of their seeds, raspberries cont a little more prot (蛋白質), iron d zc (not that fruits have much prot). Blueberries are particularly high tioxts (抗氧化物質). The yellow d orge stone fruits such as peaches are high the carotoids we turn to vit A d which are tioxts. As for cherries (櫻桃), they are so delicious who cares? However, they are rich vit C.
coed with berries of slices of other fruits, froz as make ext base for thick, coog fruit shakes d low fat "ice cr". For this purpose, select ripe as for freezg as they are much sweeter. Rove the s d place t plastic bags or conters d freeze. If you like, a squeeze of fresh on juice on the as will prevt t turng brown. Froz as will last several weeks, depg on their ripess d the tperature of the freezer.
If you have a juicer, you sply feed froz as d some berries or sliced fruit.Out comes a "soft-serve" cry dessert, to be eat right away. This makes a fun activity for a childr's party; they love g the fruit d froz as to the top of the e d watg the ice cr come out below.
24. What does the author s to like about cherries?
A. They cont prot. B. They are high vit A.
C. They have a pleast taste. D. They are rich tioxts.
25. Why is fresh on juice used freezg as?
A. To make t smell better. B. To keep their colour.
C. To speed up their ripg. D. To prove their nutrition.
26. What is "a juicer" the last paragraph?
A. A dessert. B. A drk.
C. A conter. D. A e.
27.From which is the text probably t?
A. A biology textbook. B. A health magaze.
C. A research paper. D. A travel brochure.
Ts d younger childr are rg a lot less or fun, accorg to a Coon Sse Media report published Monday.
While the e over the past decade is steep for t readers, some data the report shows that rg rs a big part of y chidr's lives, d dicates how parts might help courage more rg.
Accorg to the report's key gs, "the proportion (比例) who say they 'hardly ever' read for fun has gone from 8 pert of 13-year-olds d 9 pert of 17-year-olds 1984 to 22 pert 27 pert respectively today."
the report data shows that pleasure rg levels for younger childr,ages2-8,r largely the se.But the ount of te spt rg cach session has ed,from eloser to hour or more to closer to a half hour per session.
it comes to tology d ng,the report does little to counsel(建議)parst loog for data about the effect of e-readers d tablets on rg.It does pot out that y parts still it electronic rg,ly due to concerns about creased scr te.
The most hopeful data shared the report shows clear evce of parts servg as exples d portt guides for their kids it comes to rg.Data shows that kids d ts who do read frequtly,compared to frequt readers,have more books the home,more books purchased for t,parts who read more oft,d parts who set aside te for t to read.
As the d of school aooroaches,d school vacation rg lists loom(逼近)ahead,parts might take this ce to step d make their own suer rg list d p a ily trip to the library or bookstore.
28.What is the Coon Sse Media report probably about?
A.Childr's rg habits
B.Quality of childr's books
C. Childr's after-class activities
29.Where you d the data that best supports "childr are rg a lot less for fun"?
B. paragraph 3
C. paragraph 4
D. paragraph 5
30.Why do y parts it electronic rg?
A.E-books are of poor quality
B.It could be waste of te
C.It may harm childr's health
D.E-readers are expsive
31.How should parts courage their childr to read more?
A.Act as role models for t
B.Ask t to write book reports
C.Set up rg groups for t
D.Talk with their rg class teachers
We've all there: a lift, e at the k or on airpe,surrounded by people who are,like us,deeply focused on their smartphones or,worse,strug with the uncomfortable sce.
What's the pro? It's possible that we all have compromised conversational tce. It's more likely that none of us start a conversation because it's awkward d g, or we tk it's noyg d unnecessary. But the next te you d yourself ong strgers, consider that small talk is worth the trouble. Experts say it's valuable social practice that results big efits.
Dismissg small talk as unportt is easy, but we 't forget that deep relationships wou't ev exist if it wer't for casual conversation. Small talk is the grease (潤滑劑) for social counication, says Bernardo Carducci, director of the Shyness Research stitute at a University Southeast. "ost every great love story d each big busess deal s with small talk," he exps. "The key to successful small talk is learng how to connect with others, not just counicate with t."
a 2014 study, Elizabeth Dunn, associate professor of psychology at UBC, vited people on their way to a coffee shop. One group was asked to seek out teraction(互動) with its waiter; the other, to speak only necessary. The results showed that those who chatted with their server reported stly higher positive gs d a better coffee shop experce."It's not that tg to the waiter is better t tg to your husd," says Dunn."But teractions with peripheral(邊緣的) bers of our social network matter for our g also."
Dunn believes that people who reach out to strgers feel a stly greater sse of belong, a bond with others. Carducci believes developg such a sse of belong starts with small talk."Small talk is the basis of good ners," he says.
32.What poon is described the first paragraph?
A. Addiction to smartphones.
B. appropriate behaviours public places.
C. Absce of counication bet strgers.
D. patce with slow service.
33.What is portt for successful small talk accorg to Carducci?
A. Shog good ners. B. Relatg to other people.
C. Focusg on a topic. D. g busess deals.
34.What does the coffee-shop study suggest about small talk?
A. It proves ily relationships. B. It raises people's conce.
C. It matters as much as a formal talk. D. It makes people feel good.
35.What is the best title for the text?
A. Conversation Counts
B.Ways of g Small Talk
efits of Small Talk
If you are already g the te to exercise,it is good decd!With such busy lives,it be hard to try d d the te to work out. 36 Worg out the morg provides additional efits beyond g physically fit.
Your productivity is proved.Exerecisg makes you more awake d ready to dle whatever is ahead of you for the day. 37
Your metabolism(新陳代謝) gets a head start. 38 If you work out the morngs,t you will be gettg the calorie(卡路里)burng efits for the whole dayot your sleep.
39 Studies found that people who woke up early for exercise slept better thas those who exercised evg.Exerise ergizes you,so it is more diffcilt to realx d have a peaceful sleep you are very excited.
40 If you work out bright d early the morng.you will be more likely to stick to healthy food choices throughout the day.Who would t to ru their good workout by eatg junk food?You will t to contue to foucs on positive choices.
There are a lot of efits to worg out,especially the morngs.Set your alarm clock hour early hour early d push yourself to work out!You will feel ergized all day long.
A. You will stick to your diet.
B. Your quality of sleep proves.
C. You prefer healthy food to fast food.
D. There is no reason you should exercise the morng.
E. You keep your head clear for 4-10 hours after exercise.
F. After you exercise , you contue to burn calories throughout the day.
G. If you are png to do exercise regularly , or you're dog it now , t list up!
Two weeks earlier. My son . ,had got touch , he'd moved to d with his mum he was three d it had 13 years sce I'd 41 s . So e my 42 he ailed me sayg he ted to come to visit me.
I was 43 ! I arrived early at Byron Bay where we were supposed to 44 . The bay was 45 sunse, d there was a group of kayakers around off the shore. Gettg a little 46 .I realized one kayak（皮劃艇）was 47 . "Sometg's not 48 !" I took off my T-shirt d 49 to the water. I saw there were two structors on board d a lyg across the middle. He was 50 viotly. g arms with one of the structors . I helped 51 the young out of the water. He was unconscious d as I looked at his face, sometg 52 to me. Those brown eyes were very 53 . "What's his ne ?" I asked the structor. "," he replied, d mediately I 54 . That strger was my son!
The structors called for buce. 55 , after a brief a stay hospital. was well ough to be allowed to 56 d later the ily met up for ner. We chatted about everytg d t 57 to me. "I'm just t to say tk you," he said, "You 58 my life !"
I still 't believe what a 59 it was. I'm just so glad I was there 60 to help my son.
41.A.also B. oft C. ev D. last
42.A.delight B. relief C. ger D. worry
43.A.scared B. shocked C. thrilled D. ased
44.A.talk B. stay C. meet D. settle
45.A.bathed B. C. deep D. settle
46.A.faster B. closer C. heavier D. wiser
47.A.trouble B. advce C. question D. battle
48.A.real B. right C. fair D. fit
49.A.stated B. sk C. dived D. fell
50.A.argug B. fightg C. shoutg D. sg
51.A.lead B. persuade C. carry D. keep
52.A.happed B. occurred C. applied D. appealed
53.A.sharp B. pleast C. attractive D. iliar
54.A.agreed B. hesitated C. doubted D. ew
55.A.Fortunately B. Frkly C. Sadly D. Suly
56.A.return B. relax C. speak D. leave
57.A.joked B. turned C. listed D. poted
58.A.created B. honored C. saved D. guided
59.A.coce B. ge C. pity D. p
60.A.ob board B. te C. for sure D. on purpose
Diets have ged d so too has its top crop. Sce 2011,the country 61 （grow）morn corn t rice. Corn production has jumped nearly 125 pert over 62 past 25 years, while rice has creased only 7 pert.
A taste for meat is 63 (actual) d the ge. portt part of its corn is used to feed s, pigs, d cattle. other reason for corn's rise. The governt courages farmers to grow corn stead of rice 64 (prove) water quality. Corn uses less water 65 rice d creates less fertilizer(化肥) runoff. This switch has decreased 66 (pollute) the country's major lakes d reservoirs d made drg water safer for people.
Accorg to the World k, a accounts for about 30 pert of total 67 (globe)fertilizer consumption. The ese istry of Agriculture ds that bet 2005- the governt 68 (start) a soil-testg progr 69 gives specifie fertilizer rccodations to farmers - d 2011, fertilizer use dropped by 7.7 million tons.That prevted the ission(排放) of 51.8 million tons of carbon dioxa's approach to protectg its viront while 70 (feed) its eitizs "offers useful lessons for agriculture d food policymakers worldwide." says the k's Juer Voegele.
I was little,Friday's night was our ily ily e night.After supper,we would play card es of all sort the sittg room.As the kid,I loved to watch cartoons,but no matter how y tes I asked to watg t,my parts would not to let me.They would say to us that playg card es would help my br.Still I ung to play the es for t sometes.I 't realize how right my parts are until I tered high school.The es my parts taught me where I was a child turned out to be very useful later my life.