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1. 难度:简单

What caused the noise?

A.The door. B.The thunder. C.The wind.


2. 难度:简单

What will the speakers probably do next?

A.Make some coffee.

B.Buy something to eat.

C.Find their seats on the train.


3. 难度:简单

What time is it now?

A.12:00. B.8:00. C.10:00.


4. 难度:简单

What is the woman mainly talking about?

A.Cindy’s hobby.

B.Cindy’s personality.

C.Cindy’s appearance.


5. 难度:简单

How does the woman probably feel now?

A.Dizzy. B.Tired. C.Well.


6. 难度:中等


1.Where does the conversation take place?

A.In a stadium. B.At a gift shop. C.At a university.

2.What does the woman offer to buy for the man?

A.Tickets. B.A souvenir. C.Food and drink.


7. 难度:中等


1.What does the boy’s teacher want him to improve?

A.His writing. B.His listening. C.His speaking.

2.What does the girl probably give to the boy?

A.A textbook. B.A novel. C.A newspaper.


8. 难度:中等


1.How many kinds of items does the man have in his basket?

A.Two. B.Three. C.Four.

2.What is the relationship between the speakers?

A.Brother and sister.

B.Husband and wife.

C.Grandmother and grandson.

3.What does the woman like to do when she has a headache?

A.Eat some bacon.

B.Drink some alcohol.

C.Have a bar of chocolate.


9. 难度:中等


1.What does the woman say about dogs in general?

A.They are messy.

B.They are annoying.

C.They are hard to take care of.

2.Why doesn’t the woman agree to have Lion?

A.It is unhealthy.

B.It is too large.

C.It is very noisy.

3.Where will the speakers probably get the dog?

A.From a pet store.

B.From a rescue shelter.

C.From a friend’s house.

4.What does the woman ask the boy to show her first in the end?

A.That he can clean up after the dog.

B.That he can take the dog for walks.

C.That he can be responsible for the chores around house


10. 难度:中等


1.What did the speaker enjoy as a young child?

A.Running. B.Climbing. C.Swimming.

2.What was the speaker doing when he injured himself?

A.The long jump. B.A handstand. C.A forward roll.

3.For how many weeks did the speaker have to give up exercising?

A.Four. B.Eight. C.Twelve.

4.What was the change for the speaker after the incident?

A.He developed a new hobby.

B.He began to read love stories.

C.He enjoyed physical challenges even more.


11. 难度:简单

Lock and Key: The Gadwall Incident      Author: Ridley Pearson

Narrator: Nicola Barber                          Length: 1 Hour 54 Minutes

The New York Times bestselling author of the Peter and the Starcatcher and Kingdom keepers series, Pearson, brings us the Lock and Key series. Listeners will come to know the dangers that surround the Moriartys before James and Moria are sent off to Baskerville Academy, where they first meet Sherlock Holmes. It's a tale full of false starts and daring getaways, one that will leave listeners desperate to know what's next in the children’s classic.

Anne of Green Gables             Author: Lucy Maud Montgomery

Narrator: Various Readers               Length: 10 Hours 32 Minutes

The highest standards in editing and production have been applied to the Wordsworth Children's Classics, Anne of Green Gables which tells the story of a redheaded orphan girl. Despite her "tragical" past, Anne is always able to see the best in things. Anne’s life changes considerably when she is accidentally adopted by the Cuthberts. They plan to send Anne back to the orphanage but before they decide, she has begun to work her way into their hearts.

The Jungle Book                     Author: Rudyard Kipling             

Narrator: Meredith Hughes             Length: 5 Hours 2 Minutes

This classic children's book tells the story of Mowgli, a young boy raised by wolves: his adventures with his dear friends Bagheera and the bear Baloo; his capture by the Monkey-People; his attempt at rejoining civilization and his ultimate triumph over the lame tiger. Listeners will learn more about the story of how an innocent child wins the heart of some of the jungle s fiercest creatures.

1.What do the three books have in common?

A.Talking children's classics. B.Best-selling horror stories.

C.Stories of the same topic. D.Miserable stories of orphans.

2.Which of the following best describes Anne?

A.Tolerant and lonely. B.Generous and traditional.

C.Optimistic and smart. D.Humorous and determined.

3.What kind of book is The Jungle Book?

A.A fairy tale. B.A news report.

C.A biography. D.An adventure story


12. 难度:中等

    Most of you have heard of the term "big data" by now. When a company records the information of millions of users, it can analyze this "big data" to discover patterns and trends, allowing them to make better business decisions. It sounds like a science experiment, but every single user who gives up their information becomes an unwilling test subject. Companies claim that the data is used to provide "better service".

When shopping on Taobao, for example, you will get product recommendations based on your previous purchases, making it easier to finish a shopping list. However, did you really end up only purchasing items you originally had in mind? Or did you add a few more to the cart as a result of their recommendations?           And the customer? They just become one more point of data in the system.

Of course, you might be fine with spending a little extra from time to time, but that is only a tiny droplet (水滴) in the vast sea of big data. Moreover, companies can actually buy and sell your data. So, that is another way for companies to make quick money. The next time a photo editing application asks for your contacts, location and calendar, you may wonder which company is looking to buy your information.

As technology grows more advanced, there will only be more opportunities for you to be exposed. Every single photo, text or video you post on the internet is there to help someone paint a better picture of you. Perhaps in the near future, someone will have collected enough data to predict the future decisions you will make before you even make them. Actually, given the amount of data that is already at their disposal (任意使用 ), maybe it is already happening.

1.What is the purpose of collecting big data for companies?

A.To cut the cost of running companies B.To assist companies get higher profit

C.To provide better service to customers D.To analyze companies’ economic advantages

2.What of the following is the missing sentence in Paragraph3

A.Big date benefits the customers. B.That’s where the business wins.

C.Taobao dominates the shopping markets. D.Product recommendations make shopping easier.

3.What is the best title for the text?

A.More Data, Less Privacy B.Big Data, Better life

C.More Data, Less Trouble D.Big Data, Future Predictor


13. 难度:困难

    In 2016, a young British father was trampled(踩踏)to death by an elephant on the island of Koh Samui in ThaiJand. The tragedy once again raised questions over whether it is ethical to use elephants as entertainment.

For many visitors, the chance to interact with elephants is at the top of their holiday wish list. There's no shortage of opportunities to do so, from taking photos of baby elephants to riding them through the jungle, to watching them dance.

But what most visitors don't realize is elephants are involved in extremely cruel methods to make them behave. They are often kept in terrible conditions. This includes being chained up when not performing, without interaction with other elephants, a poor diet, etc. They are also subjected to training practices including beatings. Away from their natural habitat and forced to repeat the same routines day in day out, which continues throughout their dramatically-shortened lives.  

Unfortunately, riding elephants is still one of the most popular tourist activities in Asia. The World Animal Protection investigated 3,000 elephants at tourist sites across Southern Asia in 2017. The study found that 77% of them were living in "severely cruel" conditions. It also found that there had been a 30% rise in the number of elephants at tourism venues in Thailand since 2010.

Many parks advertise themselves as sanctuaries (庇护所)but they aren’t. Real sanctuaries will limit contact with the elephants and visitors can only observe them from a distance most of the time.

The government needs to play a much bigger role in putting an end to elephant tourism. As travelers, please avoid any place offering riding or allowing interacting sessions with elephants. When you see abuse happening, do your bit by leaving your review on review sites and social media to warn other tourists. Many parks are now becoming ride-free as a result of pressure from tourists, the industry and the media.

1.What does the underlined word “ethical” most probably mean?

A.Safe B.Welcome C.Moral D.Available

2.What’s the third paragraph mainly about?

A.The cause of elephant tourism. B.The way of interacting with elephants.

C.The opportunities tourist can get. D.The worse condition elephants are in.

3.How does the writer support the main idea in Paragraph 4?

A.By making different comparisons B.By following the order of time and places.

C.By analyzing cause and effect. D.By giving examples and listing numbers.

4.What can we infer from the last paragraph?

A.The media and internet worked greater.

B.Riding elephants is free with tourists’ efforts.

C.Ending elephant tourism is necessary but hard.

D.Governments and tourists solved the problem together.


14. 难度:中等

    High on the Qinghai-Tibet plateau lies China’s “Water tower” Sanjiangyuan.1.The three rivers: the Yellow River, the Yangtze River and Lancang River, provide water for about half the population of China. However, human activities such as overgrazing(过度放牧) are putting this ecosystem at risk.

2.. In 2016, the Chinese government established Sanjiangyuan National Park, which was a pilot(试行) program for China’s national park system.3.Due to the progress made in the region, Qinghai held the first National Park Forum on Aug 19.

Sanjiangyuan National Park is a model of eco-protection.4.For example, Herdsmen have given their grasslands to nature and resettled in urban area. As for wildlife, they are monitored by field conservation stations to keep the environment in good condition.

The idea of a national park system is still new in China, but it must be realized. As President Xi wrote in the congratulatory letter to the forum, “Building an ecological civilization bears great significance in the development and progress of human civilization.” With great effortspeople may one day be able to enjoy themselves in the vast lands of Sanjiangyuan and run freely across the plains alongside nature’s animals.5.

A.Hopefully, though, we have realized the damage.

B.It’s home to the headwater of China’s three big rivers.

C.Unfortunately, the situation has got worse and worse.

D.It attracts visitors with its fantastic nature beauty and various wildlife.

E.The park has increased the area’s green coverage and attracted more wildlife.

F.Hopefully, the success of Sanjiangyuan will mark the start of a greener future.

G.The local government has different ways of slowing environmental degradation.


15. 难度:中等

    Sometimes, the best gifts from Parents don’t come in boxes. When I think of the first ______my father had given to me, it would be a love of ______. He is not usually an observer of life, but he can be thoughtful and______. He is always right in our study reading and gave me a love of _________. He has been totally deaf in one ear since he was two years old, so we ______ listen to music. In my childhood, storybooks were king—not songs.

The second is ______ all. Even when my sister and I were little, the ______ around the dinner table was noisy but adult-level. Your______didn’t matter. If you ______ an opinion, you had to present your case and give evidence. He treats everything the same,______or adult, cleaner or CEO.

The greatest gift to us, however, was that he took ______ in our brains but not our ______. He always told us reading enriched the minds which was more important than looks. I know most successful women had fathers who_______ their intelligence and maybe I will be. My father said my mother was the most _____ person he had ever met. He still says that. They met while camping out in a golden autumn. Trees was______ in sunshine and a girl was reading under one. Impressed by the ______, he approached and told her that she _______him of Jane Austen’s Emma, then mistakenly quoted the book. She ______ him and he was in______ from that moment.

Over the years, my father taught me never to stand still and accept the way things are; I should fight for______ and I will continue to follow his lead.

1.A.chance B.gift C.answer D.advice

2.A.reading B.working C.writing D.exercising

3.A.serious B.cheerful C.influential D.modest

4.A.science B.poems C.pictures D.words

5.A.normally B.eventually C.rarely D.naturally

6.A.controlling B.respecting C.analyzing D.describing

7.A.joke B.interview C.speech D.conversation

8.A.skill B.experience C.age D.reputation

9.A.voiced B.shared C.accepted D.formed

10.A.plant B.animal C.teacher D.child

11.A.pride B.pleasure C.part D.interest

12.A.practice B.scores C.appearances D.awards

13.A.valued B.praised C.balanced D.doubted

14.A.elegant B.humorous C.enthusiastic D.intelligent

15.A.lost B.bathed C.deep D.hidden

16.A.surroundings B.setting C.scene D.scenery

17.A.reminded B.informed C.warned D.told

18.A.comforted B.guided C.criticized D.corrected

19.A.love B.panic C.sorrow D.thought

20.A.wealth B.freedom C.change D.knowledge


16. 难度:中等

假如你是李华,12月要去英国参加“Protection of world cultural heritage”演讲比赛,你的英国朋友Tom来信询问赴英相关事宜,请你给他写一封邮件,内容包括:




注意:1. 词数80词左右;

2. 可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。



17. 难度:中等

阅读下面短文, 根据所给情节进行续写,使之构成一个完整的故事。

When I was 17, I read a magazine article about a museum called the McNay Art Museum, once the home of a watercolorist named Marian McNay. 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.

“Do you have the address?” Sally asked while we were on the way.

“No, but I will recognize it. There was a picture in the magazine” I answered confidently.

“Oh. There it is.” I pulled my car slowly over a house which seemed like a house with heavy smell of life rather than a former residence(故居). 

Surprisingly, nobody was at the gate and admission was free. We opened the door and entered, excited. A group of people sitting around a table stopped chatting and started at us.

A sweet girl in her teens locked her eyes on us and welcomed us with a sweet smile, “Hello, but who are you looking for?”

A man stood up and said almost at the same time “May I help you?”

“No,” I said. “We’re fine.”

Tour guides got on my nervous. What if they talked a long time about a painting you were not that interested in? Sally had gone upstairs. The people in the hall seemed very confused, keeping their eyes on me with curiosity. What was their problem? Some nice sculptures were well placed along the staircases(楼梯) and some paintings from Van Gogh or Picasso were hanging on walls and I appreciated them and highly praised the most beautiful house. Suddenly a picture of a man surrounded by a warm family caught my eyes and I also spotted the sweet girl among them.

“This is the most beautiful house I have visited.” said I, turning sharply, almost scaring the girl standing behind me.

“The most beautiful house ? The most beautiful house!”She murmured.

“Am I at the McNay Art Museum?” asked I .


1. 所续写的短文的词数应为150 左右;

2. 应使用5个以上短文中标有下划线的关键词语;

3. 续写部分分为两段,每段的开头语已为你写好;

4. 续写完成后,请用下划线标出你所使用的关键词语。

Paragraph 1:

She smiled, shaking her head.                                                                



Paragraph 2:

Years later, after a public speech, a woman approached and thanked me, asking whether I once entered a house , thinking it was the McNay Art Museum.                                                               





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