Unit 1 Art
第一部分 听力 (满分30分，限时20分钟)
1．What does the man want to do?
A．To talk to the operator.
B．To phone someone.
2．What is probably the woman?
A．A teacher. B. A student. C．An announcer.
3．What season is it now?
A．Spring. B．Summer. C．Autumn.
4．At what time will the film begin?
A．7：20. B．7：15. C．7：00.
5．Where are the speakers heading?
A．To Oxford Street.
B．To Buckingham Palace.
6．Where did the man get the news?
A．From Students Union.
B．From their teacher's office.
C．From the principal's office.
7．How does Cindy feel about the news?
A．Surprised. B．Upset. C．Frightened.
8．Who is visiting the woman for the weekend?
A．Her brother. B．Her student. C．Her teacher.
9．How does the woman know Ann?
Unit 5 The power of nature
第一部分 听力 (满分30分，限时20分钟)
1．Why do the two speakers want to go to a bar?
A. Because they don't want to be caught in the rain.
B．Because they want to have a drink.
C．Because they want to meet another friend.
2．How long will the man have to wait before the plane takes off at the airport?
A．105 minutes. B．80 minutes. C．75 minutes.
3．What is the woman going to buy?
A．Pants suit. B．A blouse. C．A coat.
4．What can we learn from this conversation?
A．Michael is playing in the garden.
B．Sally is playing in the garden.
C．Sally is not present here.
5．What kind of coffee does the man prefer?
A．White coffee without sugar.
B．Coffee with sugar.
C．Coffee without milgar.
6．For which day did the man book a room finally?
A．April 22nd. B．April 21st. C．April 23rd.
7．How much will the man pay for the room?
A．100 dollars. B．99 dollars. C．108 dollars.
8．Why doesn't the man book the seats downstairs?
A．It's too expensive.
B．It's too crowded.
C．It's too far.
9．When does the man plan to see the performance?
B．On October 21st.
C．On October 25th.
10．How much does each upstairs ticket cost?
A．D＄10. B．D＄3.75. C．D＄2.50.
11．What is the possible relationship between the two speakers?
A．Teacher and student.
C．Saleswoman and customer.
12．Where does Tom Brown work now?
A．The Spanish department.
B．The Jones at the French Company.
C．The National Bank.
13．Which language do you think Kathy Smith teaches now?
A．German. B．Spanish. C．French.
14．Where does the conversation take place?
A．In a bank.
B．At an airport ticket office.
C．At a police station.
15．Where was the woman's money probably stolen?
A．Near the bank.
B．On the moving stair from the underground.
C．Around the police station.
16．What's the woman doing in the city?
A．Doing a business.
B．Paying a visit.
17．What was children's education like in the past?
A．Children liked to sit in the classroom for hours.
B．Children had to go on repeating things until they could learn them by heart.
C．Children could think and learn by themselves.
18．What do we learn from the passage?
A．Children today like staying in school.
B．Some children today hate to get out of the classroom when the teachers ask them to.
C．Something should be done to encourage children to learn by themselves.
19．Why can't some of the children find jobs?
A．They are too young to do so.
B．Their parents won't allow them to do so.
C．The teachers won't help them do so.
20．What do many teachers consider?
A．Wondering if they can make children learn.
B．Wondering if children can learn by themselves.
C．Wondering what they should do to help children learn.
答案：1～5 ACBCA 6～10 ABABC
11～15 BCBCB 16～20 BBCAB
W：It looks like rain. What shall we do?
M：We can go into a bar.
W：What time does the plane take off?
M：Not until a quarter to four, but I want to get to the airport at two thirty.
M：Would you like to go to the beach this afternoon?
W：I'd like to, but I must go shopping first, because I need to buy a blouse that goes with my pants suit for the job interview tomorrow.
W：Where is Sally now, Michael?
M：She must be playing somewhere beyond the garden.
W：I expect you could do with a cup of tea, couldn't you?
M：I'd rather have a cup of coffee if you don't mind.
M：Milt sugar, please.
W：Hello. Sunnyside Inn. May I help you?
M：Yes, I'd like to book a room for two on the 22nd of April.
W：Okay. Let me check. Well, would you like a smoking or non-smoking room?
M：Well, how much is the non-smoking room on the 22nd?
W：90 dollars, plus the 10% room tax.
M：Okay, that'll be fine.
W：All right. We look forward to seeing you on April 22nd. Oh, by the way, could I have your name, please?
M：I'd like to book seats for Hamlet, please.
M：Have you got any seats downstairs?
W：Yes, we have.
M：How much are they?
M：Are there any seats for 2.50?
W：Yes, they are upstairs.
M：Give me four, please.
W：For which night?
M：What about Saturday, October 21st?
W：I can give you four seats in Row 8.
M：How long will the performance last?
W：Two and a half hours.
M：Than. How much will that be?
M：Why, Kathy Smith. I haven't seen you for ages. How have you been?
W：Tommy, Tom Brown, it has been a long time, hasn't it? It must be at least a year.
M：No, we talked at Johnson's birthday party last September. Don't you remember?
W：That's right. Well, how are you? Still working for Jones at the French company?
M：No. I changed jobs about three months ago. I'm a member of the National Bank now. How about you?
W：I'm still teaching at the university. But I changed from the German department to the Spanish department.
M：Don't tell me you speak Spanish, too.
W：Sure. I grew up in Spain, you know. German was what I studied in college, but my Spanish is much better.
W：Officer, officer, I have something important to report. I have just had my money stolen!
M：Before you begin, why not take a seat and calm down a little? Don't be too excited. It won't help us catch the thief.
W：Yes, you are completely right. Where should I start?
M：At the beginning. When did it take place?
W：About ten minutes ago.
M：And where exactly was this?
W：It was probably on the moving stair coming up from the underground at Xi'an. I think somebody had been following me from the time I left the bank.
W：Well, you see, I went to a bank to exchange some traveler's cheques for money, so I can buy my airline ticket back home.
M：Yes, yes. How much did you exchange?
W：About 4,500 dollars worth.
M：And how much was stolen?
W：All of it.
Children's education is changing very rapidly today.In the past，teachers made children sit still for hours.They made them memorize all sorts of things.In other words, the children had to go on repeating things until they knew them by heart. Today, many teachers wonder if it is possible to make children learn at all.They say you must let children learn and discover things by themselves.
But for some children, school is a kind of prison.They are there only because their parents make them go.They get out of the classroom as soon as the teacher lets them leave.Many of them want to find jobs but the law will not allow them to work until they reach a certain age.And so，they have to stay in school.Often they do not learn anything at all and hate every moment.
第二部分 阅读理解 (满分40分，限时35分钟)
The holidays are about family and many other things depending on what your family believes. They are also about turkey, ham, pumpkin pies, apple pies and so much more. So, how do you keep from eating too much and gaining too much weight during the holidays?
Make a plan for what you'll eat.
While there is absolutely no reason to try to lose weight during the holidays, it is possible to attempt not to gain any excess weight during the holidays. The key is to map your eating schedule out. Don't overeat, but still enjoy the holidays. If you will be eating at two different places within a few hours, eat small amounts at both.