1.When should the woman hand in her history essay?
A. Tonight.B. Tomorrow.C. On Friday.
2.Who works as a security guard at Scooter?
A. The woman.B. The man.C, The woman’s brother.
3.Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A. On the playground.B. In a zoo.C. At home.
4.What does the woman think of the real burger?
A. It's tasty.B. It's huge.C. It’s expensive.
5.What did the speakers probably do yesterday?
A. They bought instruments.
B. They attended a concert.
C. They wrote new songs.
6.What does the man feel a little dissatisfied with about the sports shoes?
A. The size.B. The color.C. The material.
7.What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Schoolmates.B. Mother and son.C. Seller and buyer.
8. Who is the man?
A. A ball player.B. A new coach.C. A reporter.
9. How does the woman feel about watching the game?
A. Disappointed.B. Regretful.C. Delighted
10. Why were the speakers unable to swim in the sea?
A. It was too windy.B The sea was dirty.C. They were sick.
IL What was new for the man?
A. Taking showers.B. Sleeping in the tent.C. Swimming in the lake.
12.What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A.Their advice on camping.
B.Their camping experience.
C.Their brothers' recreations.
13.Why did the woman go on a flying experience day?
A.To make her friend happy.
B.To become a pilot someday.
C.To see her house from the sky.
14.What did the woman's instructor do in the air?
A. She told jokes.B. She said nothing.C. She shouted loudly.
15.How long does the flight actually last?
A.For about half an hour.
B.For more than an hour.
C.For at least three hours.
16.Which experience day would the woman like to try first?
A. Horse riding.B. Deep-sea fishing.C. Sports car driving.
17.What does the speaker say about Alice Fisher?
A.She is an acting teacher in a club.
B.She likes farming life very much.
C.She is a policewoman in Green Valley.
18. What has Alice Fisher spent about ten years doing?
A. Appearing in serious dramas.
B.Working in comedy productions.
C.Working as a professional theater actor.
19.What is the focus in the second section of the classes?
A. Voice control.B. Performance skills.C. Body movement.
20.When is the play The Passenger available to audiences?
A. On July 7th,B. On July 13th.C. On July 20th.
第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分40分） 第一节（共15小题;每小题2分，满分30分）
For the storytelling Risk Live, people have told embarrassing stories. These are just some of "true tales bravely told" that Kevin Allison, a member of MTV comedy show The State, encourages people to share. Risk Live is coming to Ybor City. 8 ： 00 - 11 ： 00 pm. Friday at the Attic. 1510 E Eighth Ave. Tampa. （828） 773-9481. $ 20.
The Blind Side
All summer long, Tampa Theatre is showing classic Hollywood movies and Sunday features not only screen of 2009's The Blind Side, but also actor Quinton Aaron, who played
Big Mike in the film, based on the true story of NFL player Michael Oher's life and adapted from a book by Michael Lewis. Proceeds (收入)benefit the Quinton Aaron Foundation to prevent bullying(欺凌).3：00 pm, Sunday. 711 Franklin St. , Tampa. $10, $ 7 members. (813) 274-8982.
Beers on the Pier
Explore the city of St. Petersburg's heritage at this fundraiser for the St. Petersburg Museum of History. You can taste more than 70 beers from 24 American breweries(啤酒厂) throughout the museum galleries of the St. Petersburg Museum of History. Plus, if that's not enough, there's live music. 6： 00 pm to 10： 00 pm, Saturday. $ 35. Proceeds benefit the museum. 335 Second Ave, NE, St. Petersburg. (727) 894-1052.
Tampa Bay Rays
The Rays* Pride Night has always stood out for the Rays* support of a local community, such as raising money for the Pulse Victims Fund. Get a lower-level ticket and a Pride hat for $ 30. Fans can purchase an upper-level seat for $7. 11. A lower-level ticket for $ 7. Also this week, all fans get a free Fred McGriff for Saturday's 4： 10 pm game； Sunday's 1:00 pm game is Family Fun Day. Cars with four or more people get free parking and there are special events for kids during the game. Children who are aged 14 and younger can get free boards for drawing and enjoy drawing. (702) 823-2165.
21.Who acted in the film 2009's The Blind Side?
A. Kevin Allison.B. Michael Lewis.
C. Michael Oher,D. Quinton Aaron.
22.Which number should you dial if you want to explore beer culture?
A. (828) 773-9481 .B. (813)274-8982.
C. (727) 894-1052.D. (702)823-2165.
23.What can an 8-year^old child do at Tampa Bay Rays?
A. Draw with a freeboard.B. Play games on weekdays.
C. Get a Pride hat forjust $ 7.D. Enjoyembarrassing stories.
My presentation was horrible. I knew it before I heard "we'll be in touch” from the client (客户). Then the rest of my day was spent in relative silence1 was left alone. Eventually, I left my air-conditioned office and outside there was a heat wave.
I boarded a bus but couldn't tolerate it as its air-conditioner wasn't working, so I got off at the next stop and walked home. I declined to take off my jacket because “when it rains let it pour" was my philosophy.
A block from my building, I heard the water splashing(泼洒)and kids screaming. As I turned the corner, there were kids playing in the water. When they saw me in my suit they stopped the water and when they saw my mean look* they even got quiet.
Then I noticed the youngest kid« no older than five, holding a water gun down by his side, eying me hard. I eyed him back. Suddenly, he shot his gun at me. As I took my first step toward him, another boy threw his water gun towards me. I caught it and pulled the trigger(扳机)toward the five-year-old. He fought back but his shooter was no match for my power» so instead, he turned his water gun on a few other kids who were shocked into stillness at what just happened. Then, I also turned my water gun on these kids and before long we were in all-out water warfare.
Needless to say, I was wet and laughed like I'd never done it before. I couldn't remember my last water fight and if I did, it couldn't have been as enjoyable as this one. It took a five-year-old to bring out the kid in me and help me realize that you may not be able to control disappointment but you can still welcome those things that make you happy.
24.Why did the author feel unhappy on the way home?
A.He most likely lost a dealB, He saw some annoying people.
C. He had to bear the cold weather.D. He was caught in the heavy rain.
25.How did the older kids feel the moment they saw the author coming?
A.Ashamed.B. Relieved.C. Excited.D. Frightened.
26.Where can we find the details on the author's water fight?
A. In paragraph 2. B. In paragraph 3.
C. In paragraph 4. D. In paragraph 5.
27.What does the author mainly intend to tell us to do?
A. Surround ourselves withhappy kids. B. Remember to letin joy inhard times.
C. Let go of old memories and move on.D. Avoid feeling disappointed orupset.
If you've ever taken a road trip through Georgia or Alabama, you've noticed the fields of kudzu （野葛）from which towering leafy figures turn up. These “kudzu monsters” are fascinating to look at, but their funny appearance hides an ecological reality.
Kudzu's initial introduction into the US in 1876 was intended to provide farmers in Pennsylvania with a cover plant to fight against soil erosion（流失）. A few years later, the vine（藤）was marketed widely in the Southeast as a decoration for shading homes. By the mid-1940s? an estimated 3 million acres of kudzu had been planted with the help of government support
As the South's economy and industry shifted in the mid-20th century, however? rural farmers began moving away for jobs in more urban areas, leaving their kudzu plants behind to multiply unchecked. Spreading at a rate of about 2,500 acres per year, it wasn't long before the plant earned the name “the vine that ate the South".
The most obvious methods to control kudzu include regular weeding and herbicidal use, but because those efforts have gained little long-term success over time, efforts to control kudzu have increasingly turned to more biological treatments, such as insects that eat the vine and even animals eating its leaves. With a small herd of goats or sheep, an acre of kudzu can be polished off in a single day.
Goats and sheep shouldn't have all the fun, though! Believe it or not, there are plenty of human-friendly kudzu recipes that are surprisingly palatable. Although the vines cannot be eaten, pretty much everything else is mouth-watering. The leaves can be cooked, eaten raw in a salad. The flowers can be used in jams, jellies, candy and even wine. The roots, which are filled with plenty of protein, fiber and iron, can be ground up and used for cooking.
28. What is the original function of kudzu in the US?
A. Providing shade for the farmers’ houses.
B. Scaring the wild animals near the house.
C. Protecting soil from being washed away.
D. Decorating the farmers' houses and farms.
29. Why did kudzu plants grow crazily in the mid-20th century?
A. Fewer farmers remained to deal with them.
B. The suitable climate promoted their growth.
C. The government demanded their abundance.
D. Farmers grew them to gain financial benefits.
30.What can we learn about kudzu from paragraph 4?
A. It's pretty easy to take control of it forever.
B. Traditional ways to control it work temporarily.
C. Goats and sheep are not fond of eating its leaves.
D. Biological treatments of ridding it are in question.
31.What does the word "palatable" underlined in the last paragraph probably mean?
A. Controversial.B. Rare.C. Expensive.D. Delicious.
Nowadays people rarely read for enjoyment, even though reading books used to be one of most people's recreations. It was an escape from the surrounding world, away from technology. However, these days has seen a sharp decline in how much time people spend reading books, news articles, short stories, and many other macro-reading（全文阅读） materials.
Social media that have come out. such as Twitter and Facebook, have shortened the amount of time we need to read and process information. Twitter's character limit quickly summarizes information for readers so they do not have to bother opening and reading a longer article. Five minutes on Twitter can catch people up on their news for the rest of the day. Twitter and other social media sites can be regarded as micro-reading, which is a technology that takes bits of articles and summarizes them in a few brief sentences.
But Twitter isn't always able to thoroughly summarize a topic. A headline or summary can be misleading if the reader does not know the context. This can lead to misinterpretations of what an article is actually about.
The other day I was criticized for one of my columns（专栏）. The criticism was strange, because it was barely connected to the article. When I countered their argument f saying that this opinion wasn't related to the article, they said they didn't read the story, only the headline.
As a columnist, I spend a good amount of time writing these columns and I hope people can read them with great attention. There are points that I am unable to sum up in a single line. If readers don't bother to read the article and only read the headline, they are not going to get the point of the piece of writing. This is why, as a society, we can't fully rely on social media for all of our information.
32.What can we know about most people in the past regarding reading?
A. They spent less time.B. They read for pleasure.
C.They read digital books.D. They read very quickly.
33.The author's personal experience is mentioned mainly to show that.
A.headlines and summaries are misleading for writers
B.micro-reading sometimes fails to summarize a topic
C. articles in a column seem to be easy to be criticized
D.people have trouble in selecting reading materials
34.What does the author expect of his/her readers as a columnist?
A.They can read the articles carefully.
B.They will express personal opinions.
C.They can rely on news on social media.
D.They will make a summary of the points.
35.Which of the following can be the best title for the text?
A. Why Do We Read Less?B. Is Social Media Good?
C. How Is Information Got?D. Is Micro-reading Enough?
Many schools offer vacations between terms and around holidays. 36 If you could use
some advice on getting back into study, these skills will soon beat back your post-holiday blues and help you start your first school day back right.
Readjust your sleep schedule. Over the course of your vacation* you might have enjoyed sleeping in or staying up late. 37 To reset your sleep schedule, you should return to your routine several days to a week ahead of time.
38 Making these preparations the night before your first school day can save you time and relieve your stress. Grogginess（犯迷糊）in the morning can cause you to take more time than you need to do these simple tasks* so ready your stuff（东西）before to make your first morning back as easy as possible.
Review your homework. Taking some time to look over homework can prevent you from forgetting to complete it. Take this time also to reflect on the way you did homework in the past. If you can think of any improvements, you might want to improve your homework routine. 39
Eat a healthy breakfast. A healthy breakfast can put you on the fast track to feeling better about your school day. Foods like whole grain toast, eggs, yogurt and cottage cheese can lift your spirits. 40 Regular healthy breakfasts might also improve your memory, daily energy levels and your sense of calmness.
A.Get your belongings well stored.
B.Learn to cook delicious meals for your family.
C.Pre-pack your school bag and choose your clothes.
D.Such foods can even keep you going throughout the day.
E.This might make it difficult to get back into your school routine.
F.And returning to school might be the perfect time to make a change.
G.But returning to school after a long break can leave you filled with fear and anxiety. 第三部分 语言知识运用（共两节,满分45分）
Rob Kenney’s dad abandoned him when he was just 14 years old. At a time when he was on the 41 to young adulthood* he had no father to 42 him on the way. In an interview, Kenney not only explains his 43 experience as a young boy, but how seeking out God when his own 44 was in difficulty enabled him to 45 his dad just before his dad died in his 80s.
Now, with a wife of 29 years and two 46 adult children, Kristine, a famous teacher, and Kyle, a great software engineer, Kenney wants to pay it forward.
"My goal in life was to 47 good adults—not good children," he explains.
The fact that his kids have both grown up and 48 the house left him thinking how he might offer help to other kids. Quarantine （隔离）was actually the perfect time for him to
49 decide to share some basic essentials（要点）with other 50 who might be growing up in difficult circumstances. Maybe they've lost a parent or have parents who are 51 .
52 , the devoted dad set up a heart-warming YouTube channel called “Dad, How Do I?" In
this channel, he shares basic 53 , from tying a perfect tie knot（结）to repairing a sink.
"I 54 it to be about everyday tasks. Also, I would like to pass some of the 55 I've got along the way to 56 people,” the dad says.
His positive 57 tips have really touched his 58 , the number of whom is growing day by day. With 1. 9 million subscribers, Kenney is getting to share his "dadvice" with more
people than he 59 . The amateur DIY dad was surprised by the 60 and uploaded a
"thank you" video.
41. A. keyB. dietC. visitD. path
42. A. interviewB. beatC. guideD. praise
43. A. amusingB. heartbreakingC. pleasantD. relaxing
44. A. marriageB. birthC. teachingD. holiday
45. A. rescueB. applaudC. forgiveD. educate
46. A. wealthyB. modestC. generousD. excellent
47. A. abandonB. raiseC. seekD. punish
48. A. leftB. soldC. ruinedD. buried
49. A. unwillinglyB. finallyC. hardlyD. strangely
50. A. fathersB. wivesC. kidsD. adults
51. A. popularB. poorC. strictD. absent
52. A. ThereforeB, OtherwiseC. HoweverD. Instead
53. A. goodsB. commentsC. skillsD. presents
54. A. begB. wantC. forbidD. force
55, A. wisdomB. honestyC. moneyD. imagination
56. A. persuadeB. respectC. trustD. encourage
57. A. interestingB. complexC. practicalD. silly
58. A. audienceB. familyC. teamD. class
59. A. invitedB. expectedC. demandedD. trained
60. A. adviceB. knowledgeC. assistanceD. response
China launched a Beidou-3 navigation satellite late Monday to complete 61 (it) project designed to provide military 62 (independent) and great commercial value. A previous attempt
63 (cancel) a week ago due to technical issues discovered during a series of pre-launch 64 (check). Launch occurred at 9： 43 pm Eastern at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center, southwest China.
The China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) confirmed the Long March 3B launch vehicle had 65 (successful) placed the Beidou-3 satellite into geosynchronous transfer orbit(地球同步转移轨道) shortly after. The satellite was later reported catalogued in a 218 x 35. 784-kilometer orbit.
The new satellite will complete the Beidou navigation and positioning system, 66 (consist) of 27 satellites in medium Earth orbit, five in geostationary orbit and three more in inclined(倾斜的)geosynchronous orbits.
The first Beidou satellite was launched in 2000 for testing and domestic services. Monday's was the 30th Beidou-3 satellite 67 (send) into orbit. 68 total of 55 Beidou satellites have been launched over two decades.
The Beidou-3 system, 69 is designed to provide positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) services globally, joins the US GPS, Russia's GLONASS and the European Galileo systems 70 providing global PNT coverage.
My grandmother is 84-year-old. She is in well health and still able to go out to work out by myself. Although she has experience a lot of sufferings* she always tries to look at the bright side of everything. She thinks her optimism comes from helping with others. She is a member of a prayer group or she often offers help to those in need, especially a homeless. She believes those small acts of kindness makes her full of love and power, which allow her stay optimistic. She sincerely hopes what 1 can grow kind and helpful.
假定你是李华，你们班的外教Mr. Smith任教结束且将于下周六回国，你们班将为他举办 一场欢送会.请你给他写封邮件邀请他参加，內容包括：