1. Where is the woman going?
A. To the airport. B. To the railway station. C. To the bus station.
2. Why can’t the woman get to the cinema on time?
A. Her car broke down.
B. She was stopped by a policeman.
C. She was stuck in traffic.
3. At what time will the speakers go to see the film?
A. 5:30. B. 4:30. C. 8:30.
4. What are the speakers talking about?
A. A girl. B. A dish. C. A gift.
5. What did the woman do last Sunday?
A. She did some shopping.
B. She went out for a boat ride.
C. She attended a birthday party.
6. What are the speakers talking about?
A. A project. B. Their new boss. C. A meeting.
7. What does the president think of his employees?
A. They are active. B. They are careful. C. They are lazy.
8. Why did the woman take a taxi to the cookout?
A. She wanted to be the first one there.
B. She didn’t want to be late.
C. She planned to go to the mall first.
9. How long did the woman wait for the cooking to start?
A. Three hours. B. Two hours. C. Five hours.
10. What does the woman like most?
A. New Year pictures. B. Paper-cuts. C. Watercolor paintings.
11. What kind of animal is mentioned?
A. Dogs. B. Cats. C. Birds.
12. Who did the woman see making paper-cuts yesterday?
A. An old woman. B. A young woman. C. A man.
13. How long will the woman stay in Berlin?
A. For ten days. B. For seven days. C. For two weeks.
14. When is the Cannes Film Festival held?
A. In May. B. In February. C. In September.
15. What does the woman say about the Berlin Festival?
A. There aren’t many special events.
B. The whole city gets excited.
C. She will interview some movie stars there.
16. How does the woman feel about the Venice Film Festival?
A. It’s for normal people. B. It’s for friendly people. C. It’s more for rich people.
17. Where did John advertise for his mother’s present?
A. On TV. B. In the newspaper. C. On the radio.
18. What is so special about the bird?
A. It can sing any pop song
B. It can speak five languages.
C. It can dance to a drum beat.
19. In what language did the bird speak to John?
A. French. B. English. C. Japanese.
20. What did John’s mother do to the bird?
A. She gave it to her neighbor. B. She set it free. C. She ate it.
Michigan’s College Summer School
Michigan’s College Summer School is a yearly training program for high school students at all levels who want to improve their English. Courses are given by the teachers of Michigan’s College and other colleges in New York. Trips to museums and culture centers are also organized. This year’s summer school will be from July 25 to August 15.
More information is as follows:
● Students in New York should send their applications before July 18, 2017.
● Students of other cities should send their applications before July 16, 2017.
● Foreign students should send their applications before July 10, 2017.
● English Language
Spoken English: 22 hours
Reading and Writing: 10 hours
● American History: 16 hours
● American Culture: 16 hours
● A letter of self-introduction
● A letter of recommendation (推荐)
● The letters should be written in English with all the necessary information.
● Daily lessons: $200
● Sports and activities: $100
● Travels: $200
● Hotel service: $400
﹡You may choose to live with your friends or relatives in the same city.
Please write to:
1026 Michigan’ s Street
New York, NY 10016, USA
21. What information can you get from the text?
A. The program will last two months.
B. You can write to Thompson only in English.
C. You can get in touch with the school by e-mail or by telephone.
D. As a Chinese student, you can send your application on July 14, 2017.
22. If you are going to live with your relatives in New York, you will have to pay the school ________.
A. $200 B. $400 C. $900 D. $500
23. You can most probably read the text in ________.
A. a science report B. a textbook
C. a newspaper D. a telephone book
The Stolen Smells
Many years ago there lived a poor student. He had very little money and lived in a small room near a restaurant. His room was at the back of the kitchen. The restaurant owner was a very selfish man. Nobody liked him. But he was a good cook and many people came to his restaurant.
One day when the owner was walking quietly in his kitchen, he heard the poor student talking to his friend. \
The restaurant owner was angry. The student was stealing the smells from his kitchen. He decided to take him to court (法庭).
Everybody laughed when the selfish man finished his story. But the judge said seriously, \
The judge asked the student if he had money. The student took five coins and held them out to the judge.
24. What did the restaurant owner charged the student with?
A. He accused him of stealing his dishes.
B. He accused him of living in his restaurant.
C. He accused him of eating his rice.
D. He accused him of stealing the smells from his kitchen.
25. Which of the following statements is true?
A. People at the court believed the owner's story.
B. People at the court laughed at the owner's story.
C. People at the court blamed the student for his wrongdoing.
D. People at the court gave the student some money.
26. Which of the following is mentioned as a way for the student to pay the owner?
A. He let the owner hear his money falling into his left hand.
B. He gave the owner five dollars.
C. The judge did not ask the student to pay anything.
D. The owner did not ask for the payment.
27. What conclusion can we draw from this passage?
A. The restaurant owner is unselfish. B. The judge is wise.
C. The student is brave. D. The people at the court are clever.
It?was?my?son?Peter?last?night?at?home?before going?to?college.?I?knew?that?this?was?good news. After all, Peter?would?go?to?a?great?school,?something?he?had?worked?hard?at?for?years. But looking at the suitcases on?his?bed,?I?went?out?of?the?room?to?a?hidden?corner?where?I couldn’t stop crying. “Pull yourself together!” I told myself. “There were parents sending their kids off to battle zones, how could I feel so upset?”
One?of?the?greatest?gifts?of?my?life?has?been?having?my?boys:Peter?and?John.?Through them, I explore the mysterious and complex bond (复杂的联系) between fathers and sons. “Do you think it’s cold in the dorms in the winter?” Peter asked in a voice that seemed smaller than it had been before. “No!” I lied, having no idea what his new room for the next four years would be like.
Peter’s clothes were pit into the bags and his bed was tidy and spare. I thought of all the recent times I had been angry at how late he had been sleeping. I would never have to worry about that again, I realized.
On the plane, I stared at Peter. The light from his window was cutting across his face, making him look handsome and grownup. I remembered what I whispered to him when his eyes
?opened for the first time, “Hello. I’m your Daddy. And I will always be there for you.”
While?we?stood?in?front of?Peter’s dorm,?the?welcoming?students?did crazy dances. Peter asked, “Dad, what if it’s too hard for me here?”??I?said?seriously,?“You?came?from?a?very?tough academic school. You took the tests and got the scores.?This?won’t?be?any?different.?This?school chose you because they knew you could succeed here.” “ None of the other kids look scared at all,” he said. For the first time I could remember that he was still a baby. I want to hug him, but I didn’t. Instead, I looked him in the eyes. “Never compare your insides to someone else’s outsides.”
A. He?felt?extremely?happy.? ? B.?He?was?a?little?embarrassed.
That may seem a strange thing to say. But touching things can help you to see them better.
Your eyes can tell you that a glass ball is round. But by holding it in your hands, you can feel how smooth and cool the ball is. You can feel how heavy the glass is. When you feel all these about the ball, you really see it. With your skin, you can feel better. For example, your fingers can tell the difference between two coins in your pocket. You can feel a little drop of water on the back of your hand, too. You can even feel sounds against your skin. Have you ever wanted to know why some people like very loud music? They must like to feel the sounds of music.
All children soon learn what \
There are ways of learning to see well by feeling. One way is to close your eyes and try to feel everything that is touching your skin. Feel the shoes on your feet, the clothes on your body, the air on your skin. At first, it is not easy to feel these things. You are too used to them!
Most museums are just for looking. But today some museums have some things to touch. Their signs say, \
If you want to see better, reach out and touch. Then you will really see!
32．By touching things ______.
A. you can learn more about them B.you will learn how to reach out your hand
C. you will have a strange feeling D.you can tell what colors they really are
33．Which of the following parts can tell you the difference between two coins in your pocket?
A. Our back.
34．What can't your skin feel?
35．Which of the following can be the best title of the story?
A. Touching by Feeling B. To See Better----- Feel
C. To See or to Feel D. Ways of Feeling
Remembering names is an important social skill. 36
Recite and repeat in conversation.
37 Immediately say it to yourself several times without moving your lips. You could also repeat the name in a way that does not sound forced or artificial.
Ask the other person to recite and repeat.
You can let other people help you remember their names. After you’ve been introduced to someone, ask that person to spell the name and pronounce it correctly for you. 38
Admit you don’t know.
Admitting that you can’t remember someone’s name can actually make people relaxed. Most of them will feel sympathy if you say. “I’m working to remember names better. Yours is right on the tip of my tongue. What is it again?”
Link (联系) each person you meet with one thing you find interesting or unusual. For example, you could make a mental note: “Vicki Cheng — tall, black hair.” To reinforce (加强) your connections, write them on a small card as soon as possible.
Limit the number of new names you learn at one time.
When meeting a group of people, concentrate on remembering just two or three names. Free yourself from remembering every one. Few of the people in mass introductions expect you to remember their names. 40 Last names can come later.
Consider going early to conferences, parties and classes. Sometimes just a few people show up on time. That’s fewer names for you to remember. And as more people arrive, you can hear them being introduced to others — an automatic review for you.
A. Make notes on a card
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