1.What does the woman advise the man to do?
A.Learn to use a new camera. B.Take the camera back to the shop. C.Clean the camera when taking pictures.
2.Where will the woman probably live next year?
A.In a rented room. B.In the dormitory. C.At home.
3.What does the man not like about the blue shirt?
A.Its style. B.Its colour. C.Its size.
4.Who paid 2,330 dollars for a car?
A.The woman. B.The man. C.Linda.
5.What time is it by the man's watch?
A.1:40. B.1:30. C.1:00.
6.How much is a ticket?
A.2 pounds. B.3 pounds. C.5 pounds.
7.Why does the woman tell the man to get off the bus?
A.They are at the last stop. B.They are at Woodford Green. C.The bus breaks down.
8.What did an Italian waiter teach the man to do?
A.Say some words in Italian. B.Read Italian newspaper. C.Write in Italian.
9.Where did the man spend the last day?
A.In a museum. B.In a garden. C.In his hotel.
10.How does the man feel now?
A.Angry. B.Worried. C.Surprised.
11.What do we know about the man's brother?
A.He is the only one making money in the family.
B.He is taken as a poor worker by his boss.
C.He is afraid that he will go to his ruin.
12.What will the woman do for the man?
A.Ask her father to find a job for his brother.
B.Ask her father to call the president of the factory.
C.Pay a visit to the president of the factory.
13.Who helped the woman learn to ride a horse when she was young?
A.Her father. B.Her elder brother. C.Her father's friends.
14.What does the woman say about riding a horse?
A.It's competitive at most times. B.It's different from racing a horse. C.It's safer than racing a horse.
15.What does the woman think of putting money on a horse in a race?
A.It's a big waste. B.It's a way to earn money. C.It's a kind of competition.
16.What will the speakers probably do next?
A.Watch a race. B.Try to ride a horse. C.Go down onto the track.
17.How long did the speaker study French in high school?
A.For about one year. B.For about two years. C.For about three years.
18.What was a big challenge for the speaker when he first arrived in France?
A.How to really understand what the France were saying.
B.How to make himself understood by the french.
C.How to catch up with his French class.
19.Where did the speaker meet two young French guys?
A.On the plane. B.On the bus. C.On the train.
20.What can we learn about the speaker from the talk?
A.He was a top student in high school.
B.He won't travel with the British friend again.
C.He has made big progress in his French.
Growing up in one of the poorest,most crime-ridden communities,being raised by a single mother who didn't finish 3rd grade,and attending "the most dysfunctional(家庭不健全的)public school district",I was not expected much by others and had to expect something of myself.
On my 13th birthday,I bought a poster of Harvard to hang in my room.Being at Harvard became what I dreamed about: I saw myself attending class in Sanders Theater,studying in Widener Library and eating in Annenberg Hall. Even when my electricity was cut off and I woke up at 5:30 am to pitch blackness,I knew that my poster of Harvard was still hanging only two feet away from me.I'd begin my day by asking myself these two questions,"What do I want in my life?" and "Are the things I am doing today going to get me closer to that life?".
Reminding myself of my goal each day made it easy to say no to the same choices I saw my peers making. Asking myself those questions gave me the courage so I could ask for feedback on my application essays; it gave me the energy to study just one more hour when my friends were asleep; and it gave me the determination to submit just one more scholarship application after I had already been turned down many times.
Every day I could feel myself getting closer to my goal as my writing got better,my SAT score increased,and my scholarship checks started coming in.On March 31st,2011,an email arrived from Harvard.The first word was "Congratulations!".A month later,Harvard flew me up to visit the campus where I got to see inside Sanders Theater, tour Widener Library and eat dinner in Annenberg Hall.
Who you are today is the result of the decisions you made yesterday,and who you will be tomorrow will be the result of the choices you make today.Who do you want to be tomorrow?
21.Why did the author hang a poster of Harvard in his room?
A.To warn himself not to waste time. B.To learn more about the university.
C.To decorate his room. D.To remind himself to fight for his dream.
22.Paragraph 3 mainly talks about .
A.the choices the author made B.how the author strived for the goal
C.what the author wanted to get D.the difficulties in applying for scholarships
23.What was the author's final result?
A.He was admitted to Harvard. B.He visited Harvard.
C.He got a job in Harvard. D.He made a speech in Harvard.
24.From this passage,we can learn that .
A.all that glitters is not gold B.it's never too late to mend
C.time and tide wait for no man D.nothing is too difficult if you put your heart into it
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l.Shanghai Zhouri Electronics Co.,Ltd was established in 1993; it is a company specializing in producing and selling connectors,terminal blocks and flat wire.The company has its own base from trade to production.After over twenty years efforts,the company starts taking shape and the production specifications have reached more than 12,000 kinds.
In 2008,the company successfully passed ISO9001:2008 quality management system certification.Some products are UL,CE,CQC certified.It is a governing member and vice president of Shanghai Electronic Chamber of Commerce.Its own brands include: KaisiMa,KangSima (KSM) and FeiErDing.
2.Product information: 8000 products of the company are spot supply,also undertake special goods customized plug-in terminal.
3.Distribution and agency: The products are widely applied to communication,power,security,industrial control, automotive,instruments and meters,home appliances and other areas.
4.The company follows the philosophy of good faith and quality,and returning the customers for the maximum preferential price as concept.
Packaging & Shipping
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2.Delivery method: by sea,by air,or express such as DHL/TNT/UPS etc...
3.Delivery time: normally 7-15 days for most countries,could be negotiable when order is urgent.
25.This passage is .
A.an introduction of domestic devices B.a product instruction for foreigners
C.an advertisement for oversea customers D.a guideline for shopping online
26.From the passage,we can include that .
A.people can order the product in any quantity B.this product can withstand AC 2000 volts
C.the brand name of this product is KaisiMa D.this product is made of PBT material
27.Which is the obvious advantage of Zhouri Company?
A.It is an influential company and has rich product specifications.
B.It has fast delivery and good after-sale service.
C.It has advanced technology and low price of products.
D.Its products have good design and quality.
Your next car might drive itself. "The technology is essentially here," former US president Barack Obama told reporters.
After years of trials on city streets,driverless cars are now nearing the live phase.Most experts think driverless cars will be on the road by 2020 or before.Yet we have barely begun to think about how they will revolutionize our lives,revamp(改造)our cities and destroy tens of millions of jobs.
Above all,driverless cars will bring us enormous benefits: it is expected that accidents will be reduced by around 90 per cent; pollution and carbon emissions will drop; people will save fortunes by ditching their cars; driverless cars will hardly ever need to park in city centers and cities can therefore convert parking spaces into parks.
On the other hand,driverless cars will bring catastrophe.Over the next 20 years,the mostly low-skilled men who now drive trucks,taxis and buses will see their jobs decimated.Instead of taxi drivers setting Uber cars on fire,we could see taxi and Uber drivers get together to set driverless cars on fire.Or think of insurers,many of whom now get about half their revenues from automobile insurance.Warren Buffett,who owns the auto insurers Geico,says, “Anything that sharply reduces traffic accidents would be wonderful.But we would not be holding a party.We could almost become an insurer without insurance.” Governments and cities,too,will lose revenues from parking,speeding fines and petrol taxes.
Carmakers are especially scared.Driverless cars might be made by technology companies such as Apple,Baidu and Google.Imagine the impact on Germany,where the automotive sector is the largest industry.There may be a clash ahead mostly between car companies and technology companies.Carmakers want people to keep buying and driving their own cars.By contrast,technology companies will lobby(游说)governments to favour driverless cars.
Dramatic change is coming,but governments have barely begun thinking about it.Obama is a rare politician even to have mentioned driverless cars.Only 6 per cent of the biggest US cities have factored them into their long-term planning.Most mayors and transport ministers are preoccupied with next week.
28.The best title for this passage can be .
A.Driverless Cars,a Controversial Invention B.Driverless Cars will Greatly Affect the Future
C.Welcome Driverless Cars to Cities D.Driverless Cars will Arouse Conflicts
29.The words of Warren Buffett mean that .
A.driverless cars don't bring good to insurers B.driverless cars will promote the insurance industry
C.driverless cars needn't pay for insurance D.the insurance company shouldn't hold a party
30.From the passage,we can infer that .
A.driverless cars will bring more jobs B.governments will not support driverless cars
C.authorities haven't gotten prepared for the driverless cars D.driverless cars won't replace traditional cars soon
31.Why are carmakers especially scared?
A.Because technology companies will produce driverless cars. B.Because carmakers own advanced technology.
C.Because driverless cars will make drivers out of work. D.Because driverless car industry has less profit.
Didi Chuxing,a ride-sharing company,was praised by Fortune magazine in 2016.According to the magazine,it is changing the world with its environmentally friendly solution to getting around in major cities.Didi estimated that its carpooling services helped reduce total car trips in the country by l million a day,which saved 500 million liters of gas and cut 13.5 million tons of carbon emissions per day.
Didi is just one example of the "sharing economy".The sharing economy is one in which people exchange goods and services,usually using an online marketplace.Other similar companies include Airbnb and Couch-surfing, which allow people to rent out their homes,and similar ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft.
All of these services are possible because many people are realizing that they have underused assets.Millions of people have started renting out their underused personal assets online to earn extra money.They rent their apartments while they are away for the weekend,lend people their cars for money and even sell their spare time.
The sharing economy has not only saved money and resources,but also created new job and income opportunities for people.For example,some people don't necessarily spend money to have clear title to a vehicle,but they want to be able to use one.By some agencies,like Didi,they can get the use of a car only paying small rent and a fixed commission fee.
Technology has helped to reduce costs,making sharing assets cheaper and easier than ever and therefore possible on a much larger scale.Before the Internet,renting a raincoat from someone else was possible,but it was usually more trouble than it was worth.Now websites like Airbnb,RelayRides and Snapgoods match up owners and renters.Online reviews and ratings usually posted by both people who participate in a transaction build up trust. Online payment systems deal with the money.
The sharing economy is the latest example of the Internet's value to customers.This model is now big enough for regulators and companies to have woken up to it.That is a sign of its great potential.
32.The example of Didi Company is mainly to show .
A.riding-sharing companies are the most popular
B.Didi company has gained large profits
C.sharing economy is an environmentally friendly solution
D.sharing economy has had a great influence on society
33.What is the meaning of the phrase “have clear title to” in the 4th paragraph?
A.Drive. B.Register. C.Advertise. D.Possess.
34.What play/plays a key factor in promoting sharing economy?
A.Technology development. B.Society needs. C.Private assets. D.Economic demand.
35.What is the author's attitude towards sharing economy?
A.Doubtful. B.Oppositive. C.Supportive. D.Unconcerned.
The Secrets to Happiness
We always want to earn more money.No matter how much we earn,it won't make us happier. 36 .So what will bring us happiness? The answer is 4 things.These 4 things have been proven by research-surveys of many people about what they have and how happy they are.Here they are:
1.Good relationships. 37 Having supportive friendships,a strong marriage and loving relationships with our families will make us much more likely to be happy.So spend time with your loved ones,telling them what they mean to you,listening to them and developing your relationship with them.
2.Positive thinking.Positive thinking is the best way to achieve your goals,but it turns out that it can lead to happiness too.Optimism and self-esteem are some of the best indicators of people who lead happy lives. 38 Make
positive thinking a habit and replace all negative thoughts with positive ones.
3.Flow.This is a popular concept on the Internet these days-the state we enter when we are completely focused on the work or tasks.We are so immersed in our tasks that we lose track of time.Having work and leisure that gets you in this state of flow will almost undoubtedly lead to happiness. 39 Find work and hobbies that you're passionate about.
4.Generosity.Being generous means taking action toward others and being sensitive to others' needs and wants.
40 Yet generosity doesn’t just benefit the recipient of our offerings.It naturally reduces stress and combats depression,while enhancing our sense of happiness.It can even lengthen our lifespan.
A.Happiness depends on people's different attitudes to life.
B.It involves us helping others in ways mat extend beyond ourselves.
C.We have a human need to be close and intimate will other human beings.
D.There is no greater happiness than that of succeeding in one’s education.
E.Instead it can take us decades of pursuing wealth.
F.People find greatest enjoyment when they’re absorbed in a mindful challenge.
G.Happy people feel empowered,in control of their lives,and have a positive outlook on life.
After years of struggle,Jake Olson has achieved the impossible dream: despite being completely 41 ,he joined his favourite college football team—USC Trojan,playing as a long snapper and participating in the game based on feel 42 sight.
At only eight months old,he was 43 with a rare cancer of the eye,so his left eye had to be removed,followed by 44 to prevent the cancer from spreading.Sadly,it kept coming back.At age 12,Jake would have to 45 his right eye as well.
Realizing he was going to live a life without 46 ,he didn’t feel completely hopeless.As a die-hard Trojan fan, one of Jake's last 47 was to witness a practice session before the 48 .
Jake's passion for the sport did not 49 due to blindness—when Jake got to high school,he thought of ways he could be 50 with his own school's team.At first he didn’t think he could be of any real 51 to the team,but then he heard of long snapping and started to practice.He was 52 hard for more than a year.
Jake's love for and dedication to football 53 .
“When I showed what I could do,they 54 this kid could actually be a valuable asset to the team.” 55 ,he was admitted to his school team and became the starter with his teammates 56 and helping him.
Suddenly,it didn’t seem too 57 to do the same in college.And Trojan coach Steve Sarkisian 58 that Jake indeed could make the cut.And in September,his lifelong 59 was coming true.
“Going through challenges in life,it really does make you 60 ,” he added. “Life's unfair.But it's up to you how far you want to take yourself...”
41.A.blind B.healthy C.sad D.temporary
42.A.owing to B.as well as C.rather than D.regardless of
43.A.imposed B.concerned C.confronted D.diagnosed
44.A.examination B.observation C.treatment D.restraint
45.A.insult B.preserve C.lose D.treasure
46.A.dignity B.honor C.dream D.sight
47.A.attempts B.opportunities C.temptations D.wishes
48.A.surgery B.conduction C.assessment D.correction
49.A.strengthen B.weaken C.avoid D.inspire
50.A.satisfied B.occupied C.addicted D.involved
51.A.interest B.quality C.value D.sake
52.A.undertaken B.trained C.desired D.exhausted
53.A.took up B.ran out C.paid off D.answered for
54.A.appealed B.realized C.sympathized D.pretended
55.A.However B.Gradually C.Shortly D.Eventually
56.A.replacing B.guiding C.persuading D.protecting
57.A.successful B.absolute C.impossible D.accidental
58.A.agreed B.opposed C.criticized D.reminded
59.A.appreciation B.fantasy C.envy D.dream
60.A.luckier B.brighter C.stronger D.crazier
Tom:What's up,Jenny? You are looking unhappy these days.
Jenny:I get a C in this exam.This result is far 61 my intended target.Why do so many failures happen to me?
Tom:Don't be upset,Jenny.As the Chinese saying 62 (go), "Failure is the mother of success." I know it is not easy to accept failure.However, "failure" is 63 great value to us.
Jenny:Great value? You must be joking!
Tom: I'm serious!I remember 64 I was a student many years ago,I organized a camp with my classmates,
65 turned out to be a disaster.Our activities were too close together,and we didn't have enough time for meal and no time to prepare and clean up.We ended up eating so much within a 66 (give) time and many hardly had time even to visit the bathroom!I am sure they were 67 (complete) disappointed with us.However,our teacher gave me the freedom to lead,and the freedom to fail.
Jenny: You do become a good leader now.
Tom: Yeah.Many years down the road,I have become good at 68 (organize) a similar camp.The history of science is filled with such stories.Most successes 69 (gain) through failures and persistence.
Jenny: Well,what shall I do at present?
Tom: You should have confidence in your work.And make good 70 (prepare) for your next examination.All devotion will pay off and you will succeed next time.
Jenny: Thank you.I have learned much today.
Lately the haze weather is becoming increasing serious in many cities.Lots of factories and cars gave off terrible gas,which results from the air pollution and the haze.We all know that the haze is bad for our healthy.Even worse,it can even make people die.
Nowadays people have come to realize the great harm causing by the haze and the importance of protecting the environment.The government is taking measure to reduce the air pollution.Many factories have been required to reduce less pollutant emission.The government advises people take public transportation to work.Other measures included planting more trees,using environment-friendly devices,etc.has been taken.
假设你是李华，上周在网站上购买了一款三星 (Samsung) 手机，使用后发现该款手机音量比国产手机小的多，操作起来不符合自己的习惯，特别是最近媒体上报道了该品牌手机发生多次爆炸，这些影响了你的心情。你现在给该网站写封电子邮件，要求该网站按照承诺退货。
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Nowadays people have come to realize the great harm ⑤causing by the haze and the importance of protecting the environment. The government is taking ⑥measure to reduce the air pollution. Many factories have been required to reduce ⑦less pollutant emission. The government advises people ⑧take public transportation to work. Other measures ⑨included planting more trees, using environment-friendly devices ,etc.has been taken.
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I am writing to tell you that I bought a Samsung smartphone from your website last week. However, after using it I have found several problems. This smartphone has a lower volume compared with China-made types. Also I can’t get accustomed to it when operating it, which has caused me much trouble. Especially the news that Samsung smartphones have gotten involved in many explosions has frequently been reported by media recently. All have a bad effect on my mood.
Due to these reasons, I send it back to you in the hope that you will refund my money according to your promise. I will be appreciative if you do so.
Looking forward to your early reply.