1. When will the speakers meet?
A. Tonight. B. On Sunday. C. Next Monday.
2. Why does the man spend less time playing the guitar these days?
A. He doesn’t like it anymore.
B. He’s busy with his studies.
C. He has a new hobby.
3. What time is it now?
A.9:00. B.8:30. C.8:00
4. What are the speakers mainly talking about?
A. How to find a cheap hotel.
B. Where to spend their vacation.
C. When to go to Disney World
5. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Mother and son. B. Boss and employee. C. Teacher and student.
6. Why is Susie raising money?
A. To fix a parking lot.
B. To help the Children’s Home.
C. To build a new kitchen for the club.
7. How will Susie collect more money according to Tommy?
A. By washing cars. B. By selling cookies. C. By having a yard sale.
8. Where might the speakers be?
A. In a repair shop. B. In an elevator. C. In a meeting room
9. How will the man probably go to work tomorrow?
A. By car. B. By bus. C. By taxi.
10. What did the man think of the woman’s idea at first?
A. He doubted it. B. He agreed with it. C. He strongly opposed it
11. Why does the woman want to plant things?
A. To work outside more.
B. To be like the neighbors.
C. To make the house more beautiful
12. What flowers does the woman want?
A. Pink ones. B. Purple ones. C. Yellow ones.
13. How many nights is the man going to stay at the hotel?
A. One night. B. Two nights. C. Four nights.
14. What time is it now?
A. 6:30 p.m. B. 10:00 p.m. C. 10:45 p.m.
15. What is on the 14th floor?
A.A gym. B.A restaurant. C.A swimming pool.
16. What does the woman tell the man about breakfast in the end?
A. How good it is. B. How much to pay for it. C. Where and how long it is.
17. Which flights have been canceled?
A. Ones to Western Europe.
B. Ones to Northern Europe.
C. Ones to Eastern Europe.
18. When might the canceled flights start again?
A. After the big rainstorm stops.
B. After the winds clear the skies.
C. After the volcano stops putting out smoke.
19. What will the affected passengers do tonight?
A. Call their airlines. B. Find a hotel nearby. C. Stay at the airport.
20. What does the speaker ask some passengers to pay attention to?
A. Their phone calls. B. Their text messages. C. The radio announcements.
First aid means the aid or the help that can be given to an injured person first, that is, before any other help arrives. Nowadays there is usually a telephone not far away and the first we should do, if a serious accident happens, is to call for an ambulance. Sometimes quick action by us may save someone’s life.
Shock. People often suffer from shock after receiving an injury, sometimes even when the injury is a small one. The face turns grey, and the skin becomes damp and cold. They breathe quickly. They should be kept warm. Cover them with a blanket and give them a warm drink.
Broken bones. Do not move the patient. Send for an ambulance at once.
Bleeding. A little bleeding doesn't harm. It washes dirt from the wound. But if the bleeding continues, try to stop it by placing a clean cloth firmly over the wound until the bleeding stops or help arrives.
Poison. A person who has taken poison should be taken to a hospital at once. With some poisons, sleeping pills, for example, it is a good thing to make the patient throw up by pressing your fingers down his throat.
Remember: When an accident happens, send someone to telephone for an ambulance at once. Keep the injured person warm and quiet. Give him plenty of air. Do not let other people crowd around him.
1. How many common accidents are mentioned in this passage?
A. Two.B. Three.C. Four.D. Five.
2. If someone goes into shock after receiving an injury, you’ll find that _______________.
A. the patient breathes quickly.B. the face turns grey.
C. the skin becomes damp and cold.D. All of the above.
3. Which of the following statements is WRONG according to the passage?
A. Don’t move the injured person if he has broken his legs.
B. When a person has taken poison, we must make him throw up at once.
C. If an injured person goes into shock, we must try to keep them warm.
D. First aid means to give an injured person necessary help at once before the doctor comes
4. The passage mainly tells us _______________
A. something we must remember.
B. some examples of common accidents.
C. some facts about some common accidents.
D. some advice on how to deal with common accidents.
Kids and science seem to be made for each other!
The basic science is a combination of thought and experiment called the scientific method. It’s where you start with an idea, create a way to prove or disprove your idea, and show what you learned based on facts. Learning to follow this process helps you think logically (逻辑地) and carefully. These important thinking skills can be used in many areas of study. To give a child practice with these thinking skills is like giving vitamins (维生素) to a developing mind.
One of the greatest things we can teach our children is to love learning. Learning science is a great way to do so. Children are easy to be interested in science. Because much of science is hands-on, it attracts most children. Nothing makes a child sit up and take notice like the “WOW!” of a great science showing.
Science opens doors to many subjects at school. Building love for science can be helpful in other areas of study. For example, one cannot love science for very long without becoming good at its language-math! So science encourages children to study math. An interest in science is an interest in how things were once understood compared to how they are understood now. Thus studying science lends itself easily to studying history. And after you do an experiment, you need to write a lab report. Therefore, writing becomes an important part of science.
Science is the basic thing for much of our life. The science of farming shows how our food is produced; biomedical science keeps us healthy; even our beds these days are designed according to scientific facts. We almost eat, sleep and breathe with the help of science! When we prepare the next generation (一代) of voters, creators and policy makers, it is important to make sure they are not only comfortable but also good at science.
5. What is the text mainly about?
A. How kids can make use of science.B. Why science is important.
C. Why kids should learn science.D. What kids should learn at school.
6. According to Paragraph 2, what does learning the scientific method mean to kids?
A. Learning to do experiments.
B Learning many areas of study.
C. Helping them develop thinking skills.
D. Refusing any ideas that are not logical.
7. If a child works hard at science at school, he/she _______________.
A. usually has no time for other subjects.
B. is likely to learn many other subjects well.
C. is usually bad at such subjects like history.
D. usually loses interest in other activities.
8. Which of the following statements would the author agree with?
A. Science is too difficult for children.
B. Children usually consider science boring.
C. Science could make children love learning.
D. Children who can't think carefully shouldn’t learn science.
Parties and social gatherings no longer excite us the same way they once did. This is not due to a lack of desire to socialize, but the smartphone.
At parties, people focus more on their smartphones than on their drinks. According to a recent study from International Data Corporation，over half of all Americans have a smartphone and reach it the moment they wake up, keeping it in hand all day. In addition, too many people are using smartphones while driving and as a result, they get into car crashes. 34 percent of teens admit to text while driving，and they confirm that texting messages are the major interruption while driving. People’s attachment (依恋) to their smartphones is unbelievably becoming more important than the lives of themselves and others.
Just as drivers dismiss the importance of focusing while on the road, many people also fail to recognize the significance of human interaction. When with their friends, some people pointlessly (无谓地) check or send messages in the presence of their friends., which means that their friends are less important. In addition, relying on our smartphones to make friends does not give us the same advantages as making new friends in the real world. Face-to-face conversations will give us the chance to improve our communication skills in the long run.
As many people risk their lives and the lives of people around them just to send a text or mindlessly check their messages, smartphones are in many ways more dangerous to people. The technology shows the achievement weaken the value of communication. Not only is the smartphone affecting our desire to interact face to face, but it is also lowering people’s ability to communicate.
9. The purpose of this text is to _______________.
A. express a concern about the overuse of the smartphone.
B. appeal to us to pay attention to communication skills.
C. call for an end to the use of the smartphone while driving.
D. advise us to be cautious about the addiction to the smartphone.
10. The second paragraph is developed by _______________.
A. analyzing the effects.B. listing figures.
C. giving examples.D. comparing facts.
11. The author advocates making new friends _______________.
A. under a free circumstance.B. in different ways.
C. in a face-to-face way.D. by using smartphones.
12. Too much dependence on the smartphone leads to the fact that _______________.
A. people are more and more narrow-minded.
B. parties and gatherings limit people’s social circle.
C. face-to-face communication becomes less important.
D people’s communication skills are weakened.
How to keep yourself safe from new virus?
After a new-type coronavirus was detected in viral pneumonia cases in Central China's Wuhan city three months ago, more cases have been reported in recent days. ___13___:
1. Wear masks outdoors
●Wearing a mask is one of the most effective ways to protect you from getting infected.
●Make sure to wear it properly by tightening up the nose clip and pulling the bottom of it over your chin.
●___14___, a mask is also needed to prevent you from spreading germs to others.
2. Cover your coughs and sneeze with tissue
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, or you can cough or sneeze into your sleeve, but avoid covering with your hands directly.
Wash your hands with soap and running water thoroughly for at least 15 seconds.
● Before eating and after using the toilet
● After returning home
● After touching trash or garbage
● After contacting with animals or handling animal wastes
4. Strengthen your immune system and exercise regularly
● Exercise regularly is one of the most important ways to help you stay away from catching any infections.
● Make sure that shared spaces have good air flow and avoid going to crowded places such as hospitals, railway stations and airports. ___16___
● Seek prompt medical attention if you have symptoms of fever and respiratory infection.
● Avoid close contact with people who have flu or cold-like symptoms.
●___17___. Avoid contact with wild animals or farmed livestock without any protection.
A. If your hands are not visibly dirty
B Eat thoroughly cooked meat and eggs
C. Wash your hands frequently and properly
D. Protect yourself and others from getting sick
E. Wear a mask if transport or movement is necessary
F. If you’re not feeling well or have symptoms of fever
G. To prevent catching the infection, here’s what you can do
Paintings and sculptures can be a(n) ___18___ for the eyes of visitors to art museums, but today they are also considered to be an unconventional ___19___ for people with mental illness.
Last month, a group of Canadian doctors started to write a brand-new kind of prescription (处方) which gives patients free ___20___ to the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
Nathalie Bondil, a museum’s general director, ___21___ that being in contact with culture and arts can help with ___22___. Each prescription will allow not only the ___23___ to go into the art museums but also their families or friends to ___24___ them. In the museum, visitors can ___25___ the artworks, and take part in a wide range of activities There’s increasing evidence that the works of art, ___26___ the works of art describing nature, can have ___27___ effects on people with fear，depression and ___28___.
In 2017, the U.K.’s All Party Parliamentary Group on Arts. Health and Well-being also released a report stating that “it’s time to ___29___ the powerful contributions the arts can make to our health”. Is it possible for art to help overall health?
We may not know the answer yet. Only time can ___30___. But one thing is ___31___ ,that is, more and more people today are ___32___ of the idea that “art is good medicine”.
18. A. supportB. feastC. gameD. honor
19. A. customB. caseC. cureD. situation
20. A. accessB. introductionC. solutionD. аpproach
21. A. complainsB. believesC. imaginesD. recalls
22. A. incomeB. educationC. wealthD. health
23. A. customersB. doctorsC. patientsD. players
24. A. accompanyB. findC. controlD. observe
25. A. adoptB. adjustC. acquireD. appreciate
26. A. exceptB. besidesC. especiallyD. additionally
27. A. unclearB. controversialC. negativeD. positive
28. A. delightB. anxietyC. expectationD. desire
29. A. recognizeB. forgetC. repeatD. miss
30. A. speakB. sayC. tellD. record
31. A. uniqueB. certainC. disturbingD. regular
32. A. convincedB. warnedC. remindedD. rid
33. Anyone who is caring and helpful, and has a _______________ (灵活的) schedule is welcomed to join us. (根据汉语意思填空)
34. I sent my _______________ (祝贺) to my deskmate after hearing he was admitted to Peking University. (根据汉语意思填空)
35. Keeping a b_______________ diet and taking exercises regularly is considered as a healthy lifestyle. (根据首字母填空)
36. Nowadays, there is a sharp increase in children’s _______________ (创造性), for they are greatly encouraged to develop their talents. (根据汉语意思填空)
37. He has made great _______________ (贡献) to the space development program (根据汉语意思填空)
38. We shouldn’t look down on others, p_______________ the disabled. (根据首字母填空)
39. This book gives a detailed description about the _______________ (消失) of this species. (根据汉语意思填空)
40. My grandfather grew up in the countryside，so he is_______________ (熟悉的) with all the crops. (根据汉语意思填空)
41. If you are interested, please send an application email at your earliest c_______________.(根据首字母填空)
42. As a matter of fact, music education is b_______________ to all the students. (根据首字母填空)
43. The woman was observed_______________ (follow) him closely. (所给词的适当形式填空)
44. With the Spring Festival _______________ (approach), the students are beginning to talk about their plans. (所给词的适当形式填空)
45. There is nothing_______________ (important) than keeping healthy. (所给词的适当形式填空)
46. The school library _______________ (decorate) these days, so you can’t borrow any books from it. (所给词的适当形式填空)
47. Mr. Chen is now in a situation _______________ he will have to leave the company as soon as possible. (按要求补全句子)
48. 假定你是武汉某高中学生李华，你在2019武汉秋令营结识的朋友Andre Portnov。了解到武汉爆发的新冠状病毒肺炎疫情，组织了德国伯乐中学中文合唱团倾情演唱中文歌《让世界充满爱》，为武汉加油。你看了这个小视频非常感动，请给他写一封英文感谢信。要点如下：
Ali and his younger sister, Zahra, lived with their parents in a poor neighborhood. Their mother was very sick and their father was struggling to find a job, and they had only a little money with which to buy food. As they had not paid the rent for several months, the landlord was breathing down their necks (盯着他们).
One day, Ali took Zahra's shoes to a shoe repairman to be fixed, but he lost them on the way home. It wasn’t until he got home that he realized he had lost the shoes. He was afraid that his parents would be angry and disappointed, so he begged his sister to keep it secret. Zahra agreed and the two decided to share Ali’s running shoes. Zahra’s school hours were in the morning, so she would wear them first. After school, she would rush back and give them to Ali. He could then run to his school, which began in the afternoon. Although he ran as fast as he could, Ali often arrived late and was warned by the school.
Ali heard about a long distance race that was held for the boys in the city. When he learned that the third prize was a new pair of shoes, he decided to take part. He ran home excitedly and promised his sister that he would win her the new shoes.
The day of race arrived. Ali had a strong start，but halfway through the race he began to get tired and his legs began to ache. Getting more and more exhausted he thought only of Zahra and his promise to her. Dreaming of the new shoes he would win for his sister gave him strength, and he stayed right behind the two fastest runners, determined to finish third. Suddenly, as the finish line drew near, another runner collided (碰撞) with Ali from behind and he crashed to the ground.
Ali looked up and saw the other boys rushing ahead.
Filled with pleasure, Ali walked home quickly.