本试卷分第I卷(选择题) 和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题) 。第I卷1至9页，第Ⅱ卷10页至12 页。满分150分，考试用时120分钟。
听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选 项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读 下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。
1. When will the play begin?
A. At 6： 30.B. At 7： 00.C. At 7： 30.
2. Where will the woman go this Sunday?
A. A restaurant.B. A library.C. A supermarket.
3. How will the woman go downtown?
A. By bus.B. By bike.C. By car.
4. What animal do both the speakers want to see?
A. Pandas.B. Lions.C. Tigers.
5. How does the woman feel?
A. Relaxed.B. Annoyed.C. Excited.
听下面5段对话或独自。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项 中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题5秒钟;听完后，各 小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。
6. Why did the accident happen?
A. Jim was driving too fast.
B. Jim was running red lights.
C. Jim was not focusing on the road.
7. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In the street.B. In the office.C. In the hospital.
8. What catches the woman's attention about the hat?
A. Its design.B. Its price.C. Its material.
9. What will the woman do next?
A. Go to China.B. Visit local markets.C. Do online shopping.
10. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. Buying Chinese products.B. Traveling in China.C. Shopping in America.
11. Why is Michael surfing on the Internal?
A. To communicate with universities.
B. To submit his university applications.
C. To get information about universities.
12. What does Michael like to major in?
A. Engineering.B. Economics.C. Medicine.
13 What is the application deadline for the universities of Michaels choice?
A. March 13.B. March 30.C. April 13.
14. Why does the woman only have a few minutes to have a talk?
A. She is going to have a class.
B. She is to attend a meeting.
C. She will have to prepare a test.
15. Why does the man come to see the woman?
A. To ask the woman for advice on his drawings.
B. To ask for permission to attend her course.
C. To ask how to prepare for the exam.
16 What can we know from the conversation?
A. Drawing books are of little use.
B. The man is fond of training.
C. Mrs. Brown is strict in work.
17. How old was the speaker when she became the windsurfing champion?
A. Fifteen.B. Sixteen.C. Eighteen.
18. Who taught the speaker windsurfing?
A. Her mother.B. Her father.C. Her cousin.
19. What is true about Rachel?
A. She is two years younger than the speaker.
B. She started to do windsurfing at the age of seven.
C. She came in second in a windsurfing competition.
20. What is the talk mainly about?
A. How the speaker became a champion.
B. How the speaker became interested in sports. ’
C. How the speaker started her career. '
Dear Mr. Whitacre,
I fell in love with a "flying Dutchman" ... literally. In the summer of 2011, I moved to the Netherlands not knowing anyone except my husband, not knowing how to speak the language, and leaving behind my friends, family, and everything I knew that represented me. But as they say, “Love is blind. " in the beginning, I spent many months "alone in my head. " My mother - in - law didn't speak English (or Italian) . This, however, didn't stop her from trying to communicate with me. At first, sounds of vague meanings coupled with hand gestures was our way of having a conversation.
It wasn't until I discovered she was a choral(合唱的) director for a women's group in the community that we then began communicating on a whole different level. From my early days in school. I was always part of a school choir for over a decade.
We shared a love of music! Dien( my mother - in - law's name) taught me many beautiful Dutch songs. 1 sang in her choir throughout the years that followed. And then by chance, I came across a TED - Talk featuring you, Mr. Whitacre discussing your music and the virtual(虚拟合唱 团) choir. Within minutes, I researched when the next project would start and to my surprise, it was Virtual Choir 4 "Fly To Paradise.” I couldn't wait to tell my mother - in - law!
The next 2 weeks we spent practicing our parts and perfecting our video submissions. It was pure joy for us. Something we shared a love for, encouraging each other, spending hours together, and making a permanent bond as a mother and daughter - in - law.
Music has always been a part of my life. Its significance is greater than anything most people are aware of. Our participation in your virtual choir is one I will never forget. And it goes without saying, I am grateful for you, your music, and its ability to connect us all.
21. Which of the following best describes the author's mother - in - law?
A. Talkative and humorous.B. Active and caring.
B. Strict and determined. C. Quiet and considerate.
22. What can we learn about the author from the text?
A. She felt regretful about her marriage at the beginning.
B. She tried to avoid speaking to Dien due to language barrier.
C. She decided to join the virtual choir with Dien's suggestions.
D. She developed a closer family bond by joining the virtual choir.
23. What is the author's purpose in writing the text?
A. To give encouragement.B. To offer help.
C. To express thanks.D. To introduce a choir.
Tunnels are passageways that are built under the ground. They can also be made under a sea or a river. Some tunnels are dug through high mountains.
For hundreds of years, tunnels have been built all over the world. People use these tunnels to travel from one place to another. Some tunnels are used as waterlanes. Coal and gemstones are also brought from under the ground through long tunnels.
In the past, people dug tunnels using picks and shovels. Rocks and soil were loaded into one --- wheel barrows and then onto horses and carts. This work was very tiring.
Today, engineers do a lot of planning before they start to build a tunnel. They use computers to check the level of the water and the types of rock under the ground. When they are sure the area is safe, huge machines are used to dig out the soil.
These machines have an enormous cutting wheel at the front. The wheel slowly grinds (磨碎) through the rock and soil to make the tunnel. Soil that is not needed is carried away in large trucks. As the tunnel becomes longer, it is lined with huge pipes so the walls and roof do not callapse.
Long tunnels have powerful lights to help drivers see the road ahead. Water sprinklers (洒水装 置) are fitted to help keep people safe if a fire breaks out in the tunnel.
In large cities, tunnels are built under very busy roads. People can drive through these tunnels. This makes it quicker to travel to different parts of the city.
Some trains have to wind slowly and carefully over steep mountain slopes. But9 in places where there are tunnels, trains can travel quickly through the mountain to reach the other side.
24. Why do people build the tunnels in big cities?
A. To explore the underground world.
B. To exhibit engineering skills.
C. To draw water from the underground.
D. To improve the means of transportation.
25. How are the ways to build tunnels today different from the ancient ones?
A. People dig tunnels with heavy machinery instead of simple tools.
B. People don't need to deal with the soil from digging now.
C. To keep safe, computers will do everything for people.
D. People use huge pipes for all tunnels for safety reasons.
26. What do the last two paragraphs serve as?
A. An introduction. B. Supporting details.
C. A comparison. D. A conclusion.
The COVID - 19 pandemic has changed life as we knew it just a few weeks ago. Millions of people worldwide are now under required or voluntary lockdowns. All public attractions, including museums and aquariums, are closed, and the usually crowded streets of popular tourist destinations are empty. An unexpected silver lining during these challenging times for humans is that many animals are finally getting a chance to leave their normal habitats and move about freely.
The first animals to take advantage of human absence were Annie and Edward, two penguins who live at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium. A video released on March 15,2020, showed the couple eagerly duckwalking around, exploring the aquarium's various exhibits. The video, which instantly became popular, inspired other institutions to share short videos of their four - legged creatures playing as well.
The Cincinnati Zoo in Ohio joined the fun trend on March 16, 2020, with a “Home Safari" live-stream series — the first starring its adorable baby panda, Fiona. "Let us help make your children's hiatus from school fun and educational," zoo officials announced. "Join us for a Home Safari Online Live each weekday at 3 pm, where we will highlight one of our amazing animals and include an activity you can do from home."
Meanwhile, the San Diego Safari Park has kept their webcams (网络摄像头) rolling, allowing fans to enjoy lovable animals without leaving home. Animals in the wild are also lively as humans stay indoors. The absence of cruise ships is bringing large numbers of dolphins to a port in Cagliari, while groups of wild turkeys are happily walking on the streets of Oakland.
Though the animals indeed appear to be having a good time, the heartwarming videos and images shared on social media, are also bringing much - needed cheer to millions of humans worldwide. Stay strong and healthy! We are all in this together!
27, What changes has the COVID -19 pandemic caused to the zoo animals?
A. They are now under required or voluntary lockdowns.
B. They can enjoy a free life without tourists' disturbance.
C. They will be faced with unexpected existing challenges.
D. They get a chance to wander about freely in the wild.
28. What does the underlined word “hiatus" in Paragraph 3 mean?
A. Courses.B. Sightseeing.C. Activities.D. Interruption.
29. Why has the San Diego Safari Park has kept its webcams rolling?
A. To enable people to admire animals at home.
B. To film the animals wandering about in the zoo.
C. To compete for more viewers online.
D. To record people's life in the COVID -19 crisis.
30. Which of the following is the best title for the text?
A. The Pandemic Affects the World
B. Lovely Animals Bring fun to People
C. Animals Play in the Absence of Humans
D. Stay Strong and Healthy in the Pandemic
Take a Break from Technology
In today's world we are constantly surrounded by technology. It's true to say that technology makes our lives easier. 31 Otherwise we put ourselves at risk of developing hundreds of health problems. Over the summer the days are longer, sunnier and free from school. With all this free time, why not put it to good use and do something that doesn't involve technology?
32 There are hundreds of possibilities ： crafts, cooking, learning a musical instrument or a new sport. Maybe you've always wanted to try out that recipe, but haven't had time? Perhaps you fancy learning how to knit, so you can have a new sweater for the autumn? You could use your free time to learn something new. 33
If you just fancy relaxing, why not head to a beach? Take along your favourite book and relax on the sand or go for a walk along the coastline (just make sure you're aware of the tides!) . If you don't live near a beach, you could go to your local park. 34
Whatever you choose to do with your summer, try something new! 35 Also, you might make new friends along the way. Next time you find yourself aimlessly channel -- hopping, have a think at what else you could spend your time doing.
A. To start with, you could learn a new skill.
B. Technology has become an important part of our lives.
C. And perhaps it'll lead to an exciting opportunity in the future.
D. You might surprise yourself and find a hidden talent within you.
E. Why not take along a picnic, or try and identify some of the local wildlife?
F. However, increasingly scientists are saying that we need to give ourselves a break.
G. In our increasingly technology - driven world, have we become addicted lo technology?
第一节 完形填空(共20个小题，每小题1 . 5分，满分30分)
An entire American town gathered together to buy a new car for Peters, a pizza delivery man for 31 years. They wanted to give him an incredible 36
Though it may be not a 37 career, Peters knows he's 38 his suited position. “There were people in my family that were like, maybe you should consider your 39 stability a little more, “ he said. " But it's my purpose in life-trying to make people 40 . You know, when you're delivering to somebody, you may be the only face they 41 all day.”
Whenever folks saw Peters and his 28 - year - old Oldsmobile42 their way, they knew they would be served with a 43 . Langley, one of Peters' longtime 44 customers said, “He's a very 45 individual. We call him ' Mr. Smiley. " Learning that, he turned to the community to 46 Peters. It would guarantee he 47 his appointed routine.
Within three days they 48 $ 19,000, enough to buy Peters a new car to see him through a lot more 49 It felt almost like a 50 when he first learned his loyal customers were 51 a car to him. He'll remember the awesome experience for the rest of his life. He's simply 52 He just hopes that all those who made this happen will be 53
Every time the guy 54 his loyal customers with a smile, so the community's generous show of gratitude came as no surprise, "That's the type of 55 he has on people,“ Langley, who's been having pizzas delivered by Peters for 20 years, said.
36.A. orderB. awardC. serviceD. position
37.A. secureB. toughC. briefD. proper
38.A. defendedB. strengthenedC. foundD. kept
39.A. mentalB. socialC. physicalD. financial
40.A. happyB. strongC. familiarD. energetic
41.A. knowB. seeC. rememberD. need
42.A. noddingB. clearingC. headingD. choosing
43.A. smileB. prizeC. surpriseD. discount
44.A. bigB. newC. potentialD. regular
45.A. talentedB. kindheartedC. sensitiveD. innocent
46.A. comfortB. employC. helpD. invite
47.A. keep upB. break downC. put offD. work out
48.A. earnedB. paidC. borrowedD. raised
49.A. performancesB. deliveriesC. projectsD. challenges
50.A. storyB. coincidenceC. dreamD. joke
51.A. lendingB. rentingC. supplyingD. gifting
52.A. gratefulB. hopefulC. inspiredD. satisfied
53.A. relaxedB. blessedC. excitedD. trusted
54.A. persuadesB. rewardsC. servesD. amuses
55.A. expectationB. dependenceC. mercyD. influence
第 Ⅱ 卷
I used to frequently visit an old age home 56 (manage) by the little sisters of the poor in our city Hyderabad. A. P. , India. There I met a gentleman by the name of Kurien in his late 57 ( eighty). He served the Indian army and retired. He has one son who is well educated and also married.
Mr. Kurien felt down with the life in his house 58 decided to move into this old age home here in Hyderabad. We both began to share a lot of thoughts whenever we met and slowly it was a 59 (day) affair that I used to spend some time with him discussing what he was doing in the army, camp fun etc. , 60 he used to share with lots of joy.
I used to carry with me some snacks which we both used to sit under a tree and eat. I saw him really very happy in my 61 ( present). One day he told me with tears in his eyes “I really found a very good friend in you. I feel like 62 (live) some more years to spend happy time with you.”
As we departed, I told him, “Do not worry. We will have enough time together in the future. " I had an official meeting and could not go to the old age home the next day. The day after when I reached the home, his room 63 (lock). I enquired and found that he was no more. He died 64 very night we both met last.
I really miss him. I have not given him anything worthwhile except 65 I used to listen to his words and share his thoughts.
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It was on September 5th, my birthday, that we left Cambridge and moved away. We went to the seaside, to our holiday house, which was now to be our permanent home.
I remember the day was cold and grey, with a light rain falling slowly but constantly. My father drove in silence. No one spoke and all we could hear was the sound of the tyres on the wet road.
When we got to the small house near the sea, my mother quietly started to unpack the few things we had brought with us. Carol, Julie and I went down to the beach. We said we were going to look for crabs in the rockpools but actually, we just wanted to get away from our father and his cold silence.
We climbed along the rocks by the side of the beach. Julie and Carol became interested in some shells they found in one of the pools. I wandered away, lost in my private thoughts. It was my birthday, but no one had said “Happy Birthday" to me. I had not received any cards or presents.
I walked down to the seashore, where the waves were breaking lazily against the muddy sand. Suddenly, I saw something green sticking out of the water. I looked at it more carefully. The green thing moved closer and closer to the shore, and when it was almost near enough for me to touch, I realized what it was.
It was a bottle. I went over and picked it up, all the time looking at it. It seemed old, and had no label on it. Then I realized there was something inside. Slowly, I pulled out the wet cork from the top of the bottle. Inside was a piece of paper. With great care, I took out the folded paper and opened it.
Written on it were these words ：
“To whomsoever finds this bottle, I promise you a new friend,"
I stared at the paper and then looked around.
As I opened my eyes, I found my father standing right beside me.