第一部分 听力 (共两节，满分30 分 )
1. What does the man think the woman should do?
A. Talk to her husband. B. Get an eye operation. C. Buy a new pair of glasses.
2. What is the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Family members. B. Classmates. C. Co-workers.
3. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In the kitchen. B. In the bedroom. C. Outside the house.
4. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Moving to New York. B. Holiday plans. C. The weather.
5. What does the man think of the movie?
A. Exciting. B. Boring. C. Just so-so.
6. Who will pay for the lunch?
A. The man. B. The woman. C. The man’s boss.
7. How will the speakers go for the lunch?
A. By taxi. B. By car. C. On foot.
8. How long will the trip take?
A. Four days. B. Five days. C. Nine days.
9. What is the woman especially interested in about Thailand?
A. The national park. B. The climate. C. The food.
10. How does the woman feel about going back to school?
A. Nervous. B. Happy. C. Excited.
11. What did the school do over the summer?
A. They bought new computers.
B. They improved the playground.
C. They built a swimming pool.
12. What course will the woman probably choose?
A. Drawing. B. Dancing. C. Acting.
13. What will the woman do when summer starts?
A. Go on a trip. B. Work. C. Buy a car.
14. How long will the speakers stay at college?
A. One year. B. Two years. C. Three years.
15. What can the woman enjoy in July?
A. A comedy show. B. A sports match. C. A concert.
16. Where did the woman get her tickets from?
A. A radio show. B. The ticket office. C. A friend.
17. How did the speaker feel at the first interview?
A. Too confident. B. Very nervous. C. A little impolite.
18. When did the speaker get his first job?
A. In middle school. B. In high school. C. In college.
19. What made the speaker want to be an engineer?
A. Helping at McDonald’s. B. Serving at a coffee shop.
C. Working at a building company.
20. What is the speaker’s secret to success?
A. He studied hard. B. He met lots of people. C. He had work experience.
Asia is such a vast and diverse continent for anyone dreaming of an escape. Here are some best destinations to visit over the next 12 months.
Xi'an, China is supreme and then there's the biggie(重要的事物)— the Army of Terracotta
Warriors, celebrating 30 years as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2017.
Xi'an is vast, but a relaxed way of living and recent openi ngs have boosted an already superb
accommodation market. A crop of new bars and cafes are thrown in here. There's never been a better time to visit.
South of Tokyo, Japan
Two cities in south of Tokyo are well worth visiting.
Yokohama is just a 20-minute train journey from the capital and packs considerable appeal with its bayside location, architecture, beer and tasty cuisine.
Less than an hour from Tokyo, fantastic seaside town ra is known for its surfing scene, but also offers an attractive selection of relaxed cafes an d restaurants.
Sri Lanka's Hill Country
Sri Lanka may be“so hot right now”, but Lonely Planet recommends a different experience.
Try getting ahead of (and away from) the pack by taking a scenic train to Sri Lanka's Hill Country for a wonderfully temperate escape from the nation's humid coasts.
This island owns a mountainous interior that is every bi t as scenic as the coast, blessed by
pleasantly cool temperatures that rarely above 21℃.
Raja Ampat, Indonesia
“Raja”means“king”and this grand title is apparent. Packed with white-sand beaches, lush jungle and unusual mushroom-shaped small islands. Raja Ampat is a biological hotspot.
Home to some of the richest, most diverse coral reefs on the planet—over 200 diving spots are still in a state of nature—and this, paired with a growing ecotourism(生态旅游) offering, means Raja Ampat will no doubt remain king of the islands.
21. What can visitors do in Xi'an?
A. Shop in a fantastic seaside town.
B. Appreciate diverse heritage.
C. Enjoy mushroom-shaped small islands.
D. Experience planting crops by themselves.
22. Where is a surfer most likely to go?
A. Yokohama. B. Raja Ampat. C. ra. D. Sri Lanka's Hill Country.
23. Where is this text probably taken from?
A. A fiction book. B. A private letter. C. A science report. D. A travel guidebook.
I always dreamed of studying abroad, to learn at a world-class university while further exploring the grounds on which these nations achieved new milestones of development with each passing day.
To study abroad after my graduation, I could not stop seeking my dream. To take the first step, I did some brainstorming and explored opportunities on the Internet and finally decided to go for China. There were a number of reasons behind it—its advanced education system and thousands of centuries of rich culture inspired me to study there. The primary one was my curiosity how a nation has left many nations behind in a short time at its fast pace of development.
So just like that, I applied, along with some of my friends, for a master's degree program at Communication University of China. I was the only one who got selected in the said program and in addition, the Chinese Scholarship Council sponsored all of my expenses. This good news was welcomed by my family.
This is my seventh month in Beijing. In my experience so far, one thing that appeared to be missing was the internship(实习) which I tried to find because I want to work here after completion
of my studies. After some struggles I was lucgh to get the opportunity to work as an intern with the Center for China and Globalization(CCG). It's very exciting to work on their team as a researcher. Now I can proudly say that my decision to choose China as a study destination was the best decision I have ever made.
24. The writer writes the first paragraph mainly to ?
A. Encourage people to pursue dreams.
B. Summarize the main idea of the text.
C. Explain the reason for writing the passage.
D. Add some bacnd information.
25. What is the most important reason for the author coming to China?