1. What is the woman trying to tell the man?
A. How to pronounce her name.
B. How to sign her name.
C. How to spell her name.
2. What is the weather like now?
A. Sunny. B, Cloudy. C. Rainy.
3. What does the woman offer to do for the man?
A. Revise his paper. B. Write a section. C. Pick up a topic.
4. What is the man supposed to eat more of?
A. Vegetables. B. Noodles. C. Meat.
5. What does the woman probably think about the man's haircut?
A. It was too expensive.
B. Too much hair was cut off.
C. She likes his new hairstyle.
'听下面5段对话或独白。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。听第6段材料，回答第6、7题。
6. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In an art studio. B. In a garden. C. At a museum.
7. What's in one of Lang Shining's paintings according to the man?
A. Horses. B. Abridge. C. Water lilies.
8. When did Brian turn in the application?
A. One minute before the deadline.
B. Fifteen minutes before the deadline.
C. Forty-five minutes before the deadline.
9. What does Brian have in common with his father?
A. The character. B. The profession. C. The hobby.
10. What do we know about Mr. Moore?
A. He just quit his job.
B. He is a substitute teacher.
C. He asked for sick leave today.
11. Which subject is the man worried about?
A. Physics. B. History. C. Chemistry.
12. What should the man do at the end of the history class?
A. Pass out a test.
B. Have students do some reading.
C. Give the homework.
13. What are the speakers doing?
A. Arguing with each other.
B. Testing each other's knowledge.
C. Preparing for a quiz.
14. What is the first question about?
A. Where Mount Tai is located.
B. What color a polar bear's skin is.
C. Which country has the highest mountain.
15. Which Sport is considered most dangerous?
A. Skydiving. B. Race-car driving.
C. Mountain climbing.
16. Why is the boy upset at the end?
A. The girl is smarter than him.
B. The girl cheated in the game.
C. The girl dropped something.
17. Why is the speaker making the speech?
A. He is retiring.
AND WHERE TO FIND THEM
OLIVIA LOMUCH GILL
B. He will get married. C. He
just received an award.
18. Who organized the party?
19. What might the speaker be?
A.A fireman. B. A doctor.
20. Where does the speaker probably plan to go next?
A. To Australia. B. To China.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (Harry Potter)
by Newt Scamander (Author), J. K. Rowling (Author), Olivia Lomenech Gill (Illustrator)
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Newt Scamander's classic compendium。匚编) of magical creatures, has delighted generations of wizarding readers. With this beautiful, large-scale new edition illustrated in full color, muggles(麻瓜)too will have the chance to discover where the Runespoor lives, what the Puffskein eats, and why shiny objects should always be kept away from the Niftier. Profits from the sale of this book will go to Comic Relief and J.K. Rowling's international charity, Lumos, which will do magic beyond the powers of any wizard.
Publisher: Arthur A. Levine Books; Reprint edition Language: English
Hardcove 亡 160 pages ISBN-10 :1338216791 ISBN-13 :978-1338216790 Reading age: 8 years and up Grade level: 3-6 Item Weight: 2.82 pounds Dimensions: 9.8x 0.9 x 11.5 inches Benjamin Coleman
C. To Spain.
This has to be my favorite of the illustrated editions
The "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" illustrated edition has to be in my opinion the most beautiful of all of the ones released so far. Each of the pages is illustrated beautifully fbr every fantastic creature you can possibly imagine in the Potter universe. My personal favorite was the dragon section which has beautiful illustrations of several different species of dragons. This book is a must buy for both new and older fans of the series and a great collector item fbr any Potter fan. So if you're looking for a great present who loves Harry Potter, get these illustrated editions!
Michelle E Krupski
1. The size of the book is inconsistent with the other HP illustrated series, which is disappointing.
2. The book does not have a dust jacket which is inconsistent with all of my other HP books and disappointing.
3.The illustrations lack depth. The majority of the book is just rough sketches with color. I can easily imagine that myself. What I was anticipating was amazing detail and a beautiful book. What I received looks like a rough draft. Not worth the price I paid.
21. What do we know about Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them?
A. It is intended fbr children aged 3-6.
B. Olivia Lomenech Gill is one of the authors.
C. Earnings from the sale of this book will go to charity.
D. It is about the fight between muggles and the Runespoor.
22. According to Coleman, which section attracts him most?
A. The dragon section. B. The Niffler section.
C. The Runespoor section. D. The section related to Harry Potter.
23. What does Krupski think of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them2
A. The story in the book lacks depth.
B. The book is too big to be put on the shelf.
C. The illustrations don't live up to her expectations.
D. The book arrived damaged with scratches on the covers.
Imagine a warm spring day 66 million years ago. Fish would have been swimming in the rivers in an area that's now North Dakota in the US. Seconds later, the Serenity （宁静）was ended by destruction.
These could jiave been the very last moments of the dinosaur era when a city-sized asteroid （小行星）struck Earth, killing of three quarters of all species on the planet. According to a study published in Nature on Feb 23, the asteroid hit in springtime.
Researchers in 2019 discovered fossilized fishes in North Dakota that died shortly after the asteroid hit Earth. They examined the fossils with a particle accelerator and found out there was seasonal growth on the bones. All fish bone cell densities and volumes can indicate the season. Because the accelerator also could capture the sizes, researchers were able to determine when in the year the asteroid hit, Dennis Voeten, a researcher at Uppsala University in Sweden told USA Today. The timing of the collision, at least fbr the Northern Hemisphere, came at a particularly sensitive stage. "I think spring puts a large group of the late Cretaceous biota （白垩纪生物）in a very vulnerable spot because they were out and about looking for food, tending to offspring and trying to build up resources after the harsh winter," Melanie During, the main author of the study, said at a news briefing.
In the Southern Hemisphere, it was autumn, a season when many creatures prepare for winter. Therefore, life in the Southern Hemisphere was a lot more prepared for this event.
It is unclear whether small animals in the Northern Hemisphere actually did worse than those in the south. There is evidence that Northern Hemisphere turtles were wiped out in the asteroid strike, after which their habitats were later repopulated by turtles from the south, Voeten told The Guardian.
Nothing much larger than a house cat survived the asteroid impact and many species would have been doomed （劫数难逃的）whenever it hit, Daniel Field, an assistant professor at the University of Cambridge in the UK, told The Guardian.
24,On what basis did researchers determine the time of year the asteroid hit?
A. The kinds of fossilized fish cells.
B. The number of fish fossils in the area.
C. The appearance of different fish species.
D. The volume and density of fossilized fish bones.
25. What does the underlined word "offspring" most likely mean in paragraph 4?
A. The young. B.A season. C. The homeless. D.A creature.
26. What can be inferred from the passage?
A. The time of the asteroid strike was the same around the globe.
B. There were still turtles in the Northern Hemisphere after the asteroid strike. C No creatures could survive the asteroid impact whether in the south or north.
D. The extinction of many species has little to do with the asteroid strike.
27. What's the main purpose of the article?
A. To discuss why dinosaurs went extinct.
B. To explain the science behind asteroids.
C. To explore the impact of the asteroid strike.
D. To report on new research on the asteroid strike.
When people hear the news that David Bennett, recipient of the world's first pig heart transplant, died on March 9, they might believe that the transplant was at fault. But in fact his transplant surgery represents a great step forward in medical history toward xenotranspl antati on（异 种器 官移植）success.
His death came just two months after the operation on Jan 7. He was ineligible（不合格 的）for the heart transplant list and xenotransplantation was his only option. The fact that he was able to get two more months of life with the surgery proves its success.
Xenotransplantation has been a hot topic in medical research for decades, as doctors and scientists look for ways to solve the transplant waiting list crisis. In the US alone, over 100,000 patients are on the transplant list waiting for new organs. Many of them will die before getting their chance to receive a heart or lung or kidney. Therefore, medical science has looked to animal organs as a viable（可彳亍的）alternative.
Doctors have experimented with xenotransplantation since the early 20th century, but it has not been widely successful for two main reasons. First, it is incredibly difficult for even human-to-human transplants to be successful due to organ rejection. It is much harder with animal organs. Second, xenotransplantation has been highly restricted due to fear of virus transmissions from primates or pigs. In the late 1990s, some countries placed strict guidelines or outright bans on the use of animal tissue and organs for people.
Aside from Bennett's gene-edited pig heart, late last year doctors at New York University achieved some success in attaching pig kidneys to human blood vessels outside the body in patients on life support. Meanwhile, at the University of Alabama, doctors managed to actually implant（移植）gene-edited pig kidneys into a patient on life support.
Though these recent successes have been short-lived, they show that there may be a way to help more people with gene-edited organs from pigs.
28. What do we know about the surgery?
A. It was one of the best choices for the patient.
B. It stands for the advances made in xenotransplantation .
C. It was the first successful xenotransplantation in history.
D. Without it, the patient would have lived two months longer.
29. Why do scientists experiment with xenotransplantation?
A. To help patients recover from organ failure.
B. To find a practical alternative to human organs.
C. To make animal organs more useful to humans.
D. To ease the shortage of human organs for transplant.
30. What may be the main concern about xenotransplantation?
A. The risk of spreading diseases. B. The problem of public rejection.
C. The effects on other organs and tissues. D. The damage to patients' immune systems.
31 .What's the author's attitude toward the prospect of using pig organs for transplants?
A. Positive. B. Worried. C. Doubtful. D. Uncertain.
As I put down the exercise equipment my brain tries to focus on what my trainer has said.
''Describe that to me," asked Rob. He is looking for an answer that requires me to connect my brain to my body.
Yes, I know. My brain is connected to my body一the thing that has been carrying my head around fbr the last 56 years. Since completing my undergraduate degree, I have been increasingly immobilized by my working life. Sitting still at, a desk, staring at a screen一It's mostly through my fingers that 1 connect to my brain.
"It felt great," I reply. "I could feel it in my back." Rob is quick to encourage and set up more weight. Then cheerfully he'll say, "Okay, next set."
Every accomplishment in my life has been centered in my head一grades, degrees, promotions, published papers and teaching. But on reflection, I wasn't paying much attention to my body,
Weightlifting is different. Rob is a trainer and manager at my local gym, my guide in helping me with a single goal—get strong. Despite my age, size and beginner status, Rob has made me feel safe. He is always close by, watching and posing questions like "Where did you feel that?” or the more general request, "Describe that fbr me.^,
Early on I took these as rote（机械性流程）pleasantries（客套话）.0ver time I realized he
wanted more than just routine answers. Having shown me how to do an exercise, Rob would encourage me to think about the muscle or chain of muscles as they moved. The questions were a test of that connection. Gradually, I started thinking my way back into my body. Not my body as a whole but as individual, electric connections to newly identified places. Intentionally. Specifically. Magically. It's sui^）risingly difficult.
I am five months into a new way of living with this 56-year-old body. It talks to me in a totally different way now. It reminds me of my capabilities, my muscles calling me to move, demanding to be challenged. And I long to continue this dialogue so that I'm ready the next time Rob says: "Describe that to me."
32.What can we learn from the third paragraph?
A. The author is allergic to exercise.
B. The author has been living an active life.
C. The author doesn't understand the trainer.
D. The author's fingers may be flexible.
33 Why did Rob ask the author to describe what she felt?
A. To help her release pressure. '
C. To keep her focused on work.
34. What does the last sentence imply?
A. The author's gratitude to Rob.
C The author's recommendation weightlifting.
35. Which of the following may be a suitable title of the passage?
A. A brand-new lifestyle B. An effective way of exercise
C. Weightlifting my favorite exercise D. Keeping muscles connected
Tea is currently the world's most popular drink, only after water. However, there was a time when tea was known only to the Chinese. 36 And how did it get to conquer the world to the extent that people often describe something they really like as their "cup of tea"?
While we know that tea drink started in China, is true origin remains something of a mystery. Legend has it that about 5,000 years ago, Shennong came across tea when dried leaves blew into a pot of boiling water. Following his discovery, tea was used as medicine, included in meals and later offered as a refreshing drink to officials and noblemen. 37
38 over the years, as tea drinking became an important part of China's rich culture. The great Tang poet Du Fu described his tea-drinking experience in poetic language. Lu Yu, a tea master, wrote The Classic of Tea, which remains the earliest and most famous detailed study on tea in the world.
It is then not surprising that the beauty of tea was eventually revealed to a wider world. 39 Porters carrying back-breaking loads of tea bricks made their way through dangerous snow-covered mountain passes, to trade Sichuan and Yunnan tea for horses: 40 As
early as the Tang Dynasty, Japanese monks came to study in China and took with them tea seeds and tea-making customs when returning to Japan. Around the 16005, tea was shipped to Europe from China by Portuguese and Dutch sea traders.
A. So, how did tea originate in China?
B. But how was tea introduced overseas?
C. Tea became the main theme in ancient poems,
D. The love of tea inspired many people to write about it,
E. Over time, the gift of tea was further delivered to Western Asia and Eastern Africa.
F. Eventually, it became a common drink enjoyed and embraced by all Chinese people.
C. Tang and Song Dynasties needed strong Tibetan horses, the Tea Horse Road was bom.
It is not quite six in the morning. I am half asleep in a van that in the United States would seat maybe six people. Here in Ghana though, its insides have been emptied and replaced with wooden benches that can 41 twelve of us. We are squeezed so tight that
sometimes my ann goes 42 I do this every morning, Monday to Friday, for two hours in order to get to the slum (贫民窟)town school I teach in.
Arriving at the destination always fills me with 43 . The school originally 44
as a daycare type service free to the children of single mothers. As the children got older, the coordinator took it upon herself to set up a space to 45 them. Into this tiny space they 46 anywhere between 80 and 120 children under the age of six. It is 47 so full of children that you have to move them out of the way by pushing them with your 48 to
avoid stepping on them.
Within days, I have already 49 most of them. There are the troublemakers who spend their time hitting one another and causing 50 in hopes that their negative behavior will attract attention to themselves. 51 there are the ones that make your heart bleed. The five- year-old girl who sits in the front row. 52 to learn everything we teach her. She far 53 any Western five-year-old I've ever worked with.
I look at this 54 classroom and these children in their ragged clothes, and think of how different this is from the American 55 I've known. I think of how different they are and how different their lives will ''
41. A. preserve
42. A. numb
43. A. joy
44. A. functioned
45. A. abuse
46. A. supply
47. A. conventionally B. literally
48. A. benches
49. A. contacted
50. A. chaos
51. A. Besides
52. A. able B.
hesitant C. ready
53. A. challenges
54. A. cosy
55. A. classrooms
B. troublemakers C. vans
Ashley Alcaraz remembers when she started to regret 56 (entrust) her infant daughter
Paysen to an unlicensed in-home day care when she returned to work. She found out her daughter
had been sleeping on the floor in a house 57 dogs and cats moved around, and she worried that older babies might step on her.
Because her request that the baby sleep in a crib 58 (ignore), she pulled Paysen out.
Desperate fbr trustworthy car, she59 (enroll) Paysen at Tipton Adapive Daycare are in Tipton, which was more expensive, at $640 per month. It was worth 60 cost, Alcaraz felt, because she could tell the staff cared about her daughter, 61 (greet) the 16-month-old by name each morning.
Affordable childcare is at once one of the most appealing 62 (promise) of contemporary American life, and the most broken. Our modem economy couldn't function 63 system for the nurturing of our youngest citizens. But fbr everyone except the very 64 (wealth), childcare is too expensive. In 28 states and the District of Columbia, one year of infant care, on average, sets parents back as much as a year at a fbur-year public college, and 65 (nation) childcare costs on average between $ 9,000 and S9,600 annually.
2、 防疫生活中的哪些做法是你希望继续保持的，说明理由。 注意：
When I was a baby, my parents gave me anything I wanted. I would play with a toy fbr a while, get bored, and ask my parents for a new one. Then my dad died when I was 2. And I got even
more stuff as my mom, friends, and family gave me more and more stuff to try to make me feel better. My mom continued to treat me to whatever I wanted until 1 was seven and my world crashed.
That was when the real estate （房地产）market crashed. My mom had thought buying houses
was a good idea as a way to invest her money to take care of us. After the crash, I went from the kid
who got a fine iPod and who had the coolest house, to almost having nowhere to stay.
Since then, when I would ask for a new toy or bike, or even to see a movie my mom would say 'Tm sorry honey but we really can't afford that right now." But my mom had grown up in a family where money was never a problem, so this change was as big for her as it was fbr me. My constant requests for toys and video games depend her concern about our financial situation. But
wasn't used to hearing "no." So, for a year or two, I kept asking fbr things whether I really needed
them or not.
Then something happened that would change my way of thinking forever. My mom had been working really hard all year, just to pay for the necessities, like our rent, and water and power bills.
When she asked me what I wanted for my birthday I said that I wanted a new video gaming system.
I didn't know that it was expensive. All I knew was that my friends had them and that I wanted
2.请按如下格式在答题卡的相应位置作答。注意： Paragraph 1:
On my birthday, I started opening presents, believing that I would get what I asked for._
From then on I wouldn't ask for anything that I didn rt need.
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On my birthday, I started opening presents, believing that I would get what I asked for. I couldn't help imagining my classmates' envious look at my new video gaming system. However, as I opened the last gift box, I found nothing other than a pair of jeans. I was rooted to the spot. My mom could tell how disappointed I was and she started crying. I hugged her harder than I had ever hugged anyone before. I realized how hard she was working and that she couldn't afford to give me anything I didn't need.
From then on I wouldn 't ask for anything that I didn't need. I learned the difference between what I wanted and what I needed. I learned to appreciate the toys or games I did have and took good care of them. When I wanted a new iPod, I had to work to buy it. The feeling of having truly earned something was one of the best feelings in the world. I was also grateful to my mother, who had given me all she could give and taught me the importance of working hard despite the difficulties.
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M: So, you* re here to sign up for a gym membership today? Can I have your name?
W: Karyn. That's with a Y, not an E. My last name is Gass, with two S's. (1) Text 2
M: It looks like it should be a nice day, but it's still cold outside.
W: At least it's not raining. The weather forecast says the sun will come out of hiding in the afternoon. (2)
M: I spent too much time picking a topic to write about. Now, I only have two days left to write my paper!
W: Hey, Jake, I'll help you out. You write a section, and I'll polish it right away. (3)
W: I made your favorite dish tonight: seashell noodles. How much meat sauce would you like? '
M: Oh, not too much, please. I love this food, but the doctor told me to eat less meat and more vegetables. (4)
M: There was a special discount at the barber's today. I got my hair cut for half off. Do you like it?
W: Oh, no! It looks like the barber cut half your hair off! (5)
W: Look at this Monet painting! It is my favorite piece. The gently flowing river, the water lilies, the bridge...it looks like such a secret and magical garden.
M: I agree.
W: What's your favorite painting?
M: It*s not here at the Chicago Museum of Art. (6) It's in a museum in China. I studied some of Lang Shining's works in my art history class during college. (7) He was a court painter for over 50 years during the Qing dynasty. Among the top 10 masterpieces of traditional Chinese painting, there's a painting called Baijun Tu or One Hundred Horses. It was painted by him. (7) Can you believe it, though一he was an Italian!
W: Wow, it is amazing.
M: Hello? Mom, is that you?
W: It's me, Brian. How is everything going? Have you found a job yet?
M: Umm...no, not yet. I'm still looking. I've been getting some interviews, though.
W: That's good, dear. Have you heard back from the university?
M: Uh...no, not yet, Mom. It might take them a while to get through all of the applications. (8) Mine was probably the last one they received.
W: Oh, no! You didn't send it in at the last minute again, did you?
M: Actually, I got it in 45 minutes before the deadline! (8)
W: Am I supposed to be impressed? You said you had 15 days to get it done!
M: Well, you know me, Mom! 1 can't be rushed! (9)
W: Just like your father. (9) I should be used to it by now! 1 only hope you'll be happy forever, son.
M: Thanks, Mom.
W: Mr. Adams, are you able to take over Mr. Moore's classroom today? He's out sick, (10) and our regular substitute teacher just got hired in another district. We haven't figured out how to replace him, yet.
M: I'll be happy to do it, Mrs. Garcia. Is he only teaching physics this term?
W: No... Some teachers quit recently, so we had to change some schedules. Mr. Moore still teaches three physics classes, but he also has a first-period chemistry class and a fifth-period World History class.
M: I see. Well, I should be able to handle everything except for the history class. I really don't
know much about that subject. (11)
W: Don't wony! Mr. Moore is very organized. His lesson plan fbr the day is very clear and simple.
All you need to do is have the students read the next chapter in the book. Then, there is a quiz to pass out. You should give them 20 minutes to complete it. At the end of the class, you give the students certain homework questions from the book. (12)
M: That sounds easy enough!
M: I am bored. Do you want to play a game?
W: Sure. What type of game do you want to play? There are only two of us, and I don't have any cards or board games.
M: That doesn't matter. We can just ask each other skill-testing questions.
W: Oh, I see. You mean to see who is smarter?
M: Exactly. I ask you a question, and then you ask me one. Then we keep scoring to see how many we get right,
W: All right. Let's go.
M: I'll go first. Which country has the highest mountain? (14) Is it in China, India, or Pakistan?
W: Well, I don't think it's Pakistan, so that leaves China and India. And T think Mount Everest is the highest, which is in China...so I'll say that. India can't be right.
M: Correct. Now it's your turn.
W: Which sport is widely believed to be the most dangerous? (15) Is it mountain climbing, skydiving, or race-car driving?
M: Oh, I know this one...it's mountain climbing. No, wait! It's definitely race-car driving! W: I'm sorry, that is incorrect. The right answer is skydiving. (15)
M: No way. All right, last question. What color is a polar bear's skin? Black, pink, or white? W: Hold on, I dropped something under the table... I got it! The answer is white.
M: No fair! I saw you look at your phone! You didn't play by the rules! (16)
Text 10 (第17题为总结题) ’'
First, I'd like to thank everyone for coming tonight. It is so nice to have everyone here to celebrate this special day with me. I'd also like to thank my good friend David Arnold for organizing this wonderful party. (18) My 20 years working at the university have been some of the happiest years of my life. (19) I have been so lucky to have worked with so many good people. I am very happy that Anne Sharp will be taking over my position. She is a very experienced teacher, (19) and I am encouraged to see she has such passion fbr this important job. I'd also like to congratulate her for getting married. Anne, I wish you a long and happy life, and I hope you enjoy your honeymoon in Australia. Finally, I'd like to thank Craig Anderson. It was he who had convinced me to work here, otherwise I would have become a fireman. So what will I do with myself now? As you know, I have a love for languages. I already speak Spanish, so my next wish is to learn Chinese. My wife and I will be going to China this summer, so well see. (20) Once again, thank you, everyone. I will truly miss you all.