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第一节 (共5小题；每小题1. 5分，满分7. 5分)
Which part of the man’s body hurts?
A. His back.
B. His neck.
C. His arm.
【详解】W: What’s the matter?
M: I’ve hurt my back, at the top, near my neck. It hurts when I put my arms up.
What was the weather like on Saturday?
【详解】M: Did you have good weather at the beach at the weekend?
W: Yes, it was sunny all weekend. There wasn’t a cloud in the sky.
M: Wasn’t it windy too?
W: Only on Sunday.
What does the man want to do next?
A. Stop for some coffee.
B. Keep on working.
C. Leave for home.
【详解】W: We’ll finish the work soon. Perhaps, we should stop for some coffee here.
M: Actually, I should prefer to go on with our work. Or it will be late when we leave for home.
Why does the girl talk with the man?
A. To send an invitation.
B. To seek for help.
C. To ask for permission.
【详解】W: Dad, it’s Julia’s birthday today.
M: Oh, is she having a party?
W: Yes. And she’s invited me to spend the night at her place. Is that all right, Dad?
M: OK. Just call me when you want me to pick you up.
What are the speakers talking about?
A. An applicant.
B. An experience.
C. A job.
【详解】W: We’ve interviewed all of the applicants. Now we just have to make a decision.
M: Martina Hernandez gave me the best impression. She has the most experience.
W: I couldn’t agree more. She is suitable for the job.
第二节 (共15小题；每小题1. 5分，满分22. 5分)
6. Where will the man go first?
A. To his office.
B. To a library.
C. To a shop.
7. What will the man buy?
A. A book.
B. A jacket.
C. A CD.
W: Aren’t you getting off at the next stop?
M: You’re right. That’s where I usually get off for the office, but it’s early so I thought I’d stay on as far as the High Street and do a couple of things here.
W: Some shopping?
M: Yes, after I’ve given this book back. I’ve just finished the last chapter and it’s a few days late, so I’ll have to pay a fine, but it is worth it.
W: Then which shop are you going to? You said you need a new jacket.
M: I’ve already bought it. I’m going to buy Adele’s new CD.
8. Why does the man dislike the telephone sales job?
A. It’s unsuitable for him.
B. It needs long working hours.
C. Its pay is quite low.
9. What does the man think of working as a director assistant?
W: I really need to find a job now!
M: So do I. Do you see anything good listed?
W: How about this telephone sales job? You call people and try to sell them magazines.
M: That sounds boring. And anyway, I’m not good at selling.
W: Well, I am! I might check that one out. Oh, here’s one for you. An entertainment director assistant on a ship.
M: That sounds fun. I love traveling, and I’ve never been on a ship.
W: It says here you have to work every day while the ship is at sea. That’ll be tiring.
M: That’s OK. I don’t mind working long hours if the pay is good. I think I’ll apply for it.
10. Why does the man make the phone call?
A. To ask for a day off.
B. To make an appointment.
C. To inform the woman of a lecture.
11. What is wrong with the man?
A. He feels light-headed.
B. He has a fever.
C. He has no appetite.
12. When will the man go to see the doctor?
A. At 3: 00 this afternoon.
B. At 2: 00 tomorrow afternoon.
C. At 3:00 tomorrow afternoon.
W: Doctor’s office. May I help you?
M: Yes. My name is John Carver. I’d like to make an appointment to see Dr. Carter.
W: What seems to be the problem?
M: I guess I have a bad cold.
W: Do you feel light-headed or have a fever?
M: No. But my nose is often running, and I don’t feel like eating anything.
W: Well, let me check the schedule. Dr Carter has an opening at 3:00 this afternoon. Can you come in then?
M: At 3:00? No, I’m sorry I can’t. I have an important lecture to attend then. How about tomorrow afternoon?
W: Let’s see. Tomorrow afternoon at 2:00?
M: Yes, that would be fine.
W: All right. See you then.
13. What is the woman going to do?
A. Meet some customers.
B. Attend a make-up party.
C. Meet her college friends.
14. What does the man suggest the woman doing?
A. Buying a blue dress.
B. Changing purple shoes.
C. Wearing a white necklace.
15. Where will the man go first?
A. To his company.
B. To his daughter’s school.
C. To his parents’ home.
16. What is the relationship between the speakers?
A. Manager and secretary.
B. Father and daughter.
C. Husband and wife.
M: Why are you so dressed up?
W: I am on my way out to the celebration party of my company. And I have to meet some important customers there. How do I look? Is my make-up OK?
M: You look great. Your make-up is also perfect.
W: Do you think I should wear a blue dress?
M: No, the one you have on looks great, especially with your purple shoes and your hair like that.
W: Thanks for saying so. Do you have any ideas which necklace I should wear?
M: With that dress, I’d say your white diamond necklace would look perfect.
W: Thanks for helping out. Now that I’m ready, what are you doing tonight?
M: Don’t you remember? I have a get-together party with my college friends.
W: Oh, yes. But who is going to pick up our daughter at school?
M: Don’t worry. I’ll pick her up and then send her to my parents before I go.
17. When did Alisha realize she wanted to be a singer?
A. When her classmate won a talent show.
B. When her brother praised her voice.
C. When she first went on live TV.
18. How did Alisha feel when she heard the competition result?
19. What did the newspapers say after the talent show?
A. They praised Alisha for her singing.
B. They commented on Alisha’s appearance.
C. They scolded Alisha’s performance style.
20. What advice does Alisha give on friendship?
A. Treasure your old friends.
B. Learn from those famous friends.
C. Make friends with people around you.
M: Today’s guest is singer Alisha Ryan, who was the winner of a well-known TV talent show a few years ago. Tell me, Alisha, was becoming a famous singer something you
’d always wanted to do?
W: Not really. I’d always enjoyed singing, of course, but the idea of becoming a star never occurred to me until I saw Katie Wyatt, who’d been in my class back in my secondary school days, in a talent show. And my brother said I got a better voice than her. I suddenly knew it was something I at least had to try to do.
M: And how did you feel when you first went on live TV, and you had that victory?
W: Well, I didn’t actually sing that well. I was annoyed with myself and I thought my family and friends were a bit disappointed, too. At one point I was convinced I’d lost, so afterwards I was just glad when the scores were announced and it became clear I hadn’t.
M: You did in fact become famous overnight.
W: Yes, I realized that the next morning, when the national press had all the news about me.
M: I imagine they said a lot of nice things.
W: Yes, though it was mostly about how I had the right look, how stylish my clothes were and that sort of thing, rather than how I’d actually performed or what they thought of my singing voice.
M: How do you feel about friendships among famous people?
W: I wouldn’t say that exactly. Just remember it’s probably going to end sometime, and when it does you
’ll want to go back to those you were close to before you were famous, so don’t lose touch with them.
M: Thank you, Alisha.
Live at Leeds Festival, United Kingdom
A weekend of Indie music taking over Leeds for one day in May, Metronomy, Sunara Karma and Tom Grennan will headline, but there’s a focus on the city’s newer bands, with the festival aiming to bring new artists into the spotlight. Events take place across the city, with wristbands giving you access to all the places. And to go to this festival, you need to be over 14 years old.
Time: 4 May, 2019
Midnight Sun Film Festival, Finland
Almost a hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle, Sodankyla is where Finnish film-director brothers Aki and Mika Kaurismaki rock up every summer for their Midnight Sun Film Festival, a five-day-and-night celebration of new cinema. A mix of silent films, contemporary Finnish ones, recent festival hits and box-office classics are screened around the clock.
Time: 12-16 June, 2019
Fuji Rock Festival, Japan
The first ever Fuji Rock Festival was held at the bottom of Mount Fuji back in 1997 and has brought in music and rock fans from all over the world. The festival is now held in the Naeba Ski Resort and is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. The artists who perform aren’t all rockers. Your wristband has to be checked at the entrance. We offer facilities for children, but they can’t be left unaccompanied.
Time: 26-28 July, 2019
The White Nights Festival, St. Petersburg, Russia
The White Nights Festival is held at the city’s famous Mariinsky Theatre and shows some of the world’s best opera and ballet. It’s the best time to visit St. Petersburg because it’s held during the magical summer period when there
’s almost 24 hours of sunlight a day.
Time: 23 May-2 June, 2019
21. Which festival lasts the longest time?
A. Live at Leeds Festival.
B. Midnight Sun Film Festival.
C. Fuji Rock Festival.
D. The White Nights Festival.
22. Where will you enjoy a 24-hour movie activity?
A. In Leeds, United Kingdom.
B. In Sodankyla, Finland.
C. In the Naeba Ski Resort, Japan.
D. In St. Petersburg, Russia.
23. What do Live at Leeds Festival and Fuji Rock Festival have in common?
A. They are of the same music style.
B. They focus on new artists.
C. They require entrance wristbands.
D. They have age limits.
细节理解题。根据文章中4个不同节日的时间Live at Leeds Festival, United Kingdom Time: 4 May, 2019；Midnight Sun Film Festival, Finland Time: 12-16 June；2019, Fuji Rock Festival, Japan Time: 26-28 July, 2019；The White Nights Festival, St. Petersburg, Russia Time: 23 May-2 June, 2019可知，俄罗斯圣彼得堡白夜节持续的时间最长。故选D。
细节理解题。根据Midnight Sun Film Festival, Finland 中的A mix of silent films, contemporary Finnish ones, recent festival hits and box-office classics are screened around the clock.可知，全天24小时播放无声电影、芬兰当代电影、近期电影节热门影片和经典票房影片。故选B。
细节理解题。根据Live at Leeds Festival, United Kingdom中的Events take place across the city, with wristbands giving you access to all the places. 整个城市都在举办各种活动，你可以通过腕带进入所有的地方，和Fuji Rock Festival, Japan 中的Your wristband has to be checked at the entrance. 你的腕带必须在入口处检查，可知，英国利兹音乐节和日本富士摇滚节共同之处都是在入口处戴腕带。故选C。
【点睛】文章内容较为简单，文章考查到细节理解题，对此类题型，考生可以首先从问题中找到关键词然后以此为线索，运用略读及查阅的技巧在文中迅速寻找这一细节找到后再把这一部分内容仔细阅读一遍，仔细比较所给选项与文中细节的细微区别。如小题2中题干中24-hour与文中的around the clock表达的同一个意思，这些都考生需要比较它们之间的细微区别。
On my first day of high school, going into math class, I was pointed and laughed at by two of my classmates. I initially thought my fly was open, or that something was stuck in my teeth. But as I took my seat, I heard one student whisper, “Why is a black boy taking Honors?” So, my fly wasn’t open. An honors level class had simply been taken by a student whose skin was brown.
Many people think my clothes should be big enough for me to live in, or expect me to listen to only “black music.” In seventh grade, a group of my classmates fixed their cold stares on my clothes. They called out to me, “Go get your gangsta clothes.” In one of my Spanish classes, the teacher asked me, “Do you like rap music or rock music more?” I replied, “Rock.” The look of shock on my classmates’ faces made me uncomfortable.
Now I still take all Honors courses. I still wear clothes that fit me. My music library covers from rock to pop to techno, and almost everything in between. When it comes to choosing my friends, I am still colorblind. I continue to do my best to work in school in order to reach my goals; and yet, when I look in the mirror, I still see skin of that same brown.
I believe in being myself. I believe that I myself should decide who I am and what actions I take in life. In high school, popularity often depends on your willingness to follow trends. And I’ve been told that it doesn’t get much easier going into adulthood. But the only other option is to sacrifice my personality for the satisfaction and approval of others. This can be appealing, but I’m not going to do that.
24. Why did his classmates laugh at him?
A. His fly was open.
B. Something was stuck in his teeth.
C. He went into the wrong classroom.
D. They had prejudice against him.
25. What are black people usually believed to do?
A. Listen to rap music.
B. Wear small clothes.
C. Take Honors courses.
D. Attend Spanish classes.
26. What does the underlined word “colorblind” probably mean?
A. Making friends of the same skin color.
B. Having no idea what friends to make.
C. Treating people equally and fairly.
D. Feeling hurt and offended inside.
27. What can be a suitable title for the text?
A. Following Popular Trends
B. Being Content with Myself
C. Having Faith in Skin Color
D. Changing My Personality
推理判断题。根据文章第一段But as I took my seat, I heard one student whisper, “Why is a black boy taking Honors?” So, my fly wasn’t open. An honors level class had simply been taken by a student whose skin was brown.可知，作者同学认为黑人男孩不该获得荣誉，从而可以推断出同学嘲笑他是因为对他有偏见。故选D。
推理判断题。根据文章第二段In one of my Spanish classes, the teacher asked me, “Do you like rap music or rock music more?” I replied, “Rock.” The look of shock on my classmates’ faces made me uncomfortable.可知，作者说更喜欢摇滚音乐使得同学们很震惊，从而推断出，人们都认为黑人喜欢听说唱音乐。故选A。
词义猜测题。根据文章第三段内容可知，作者坚持做自己，从而可以推断出When it comes to choosing my friends, I am still colorblind. 的含义为
主旨大意题。根据文章最后一段But the only other option is to sacrifice my personality for the satisfaction and approval of others. This can be appealing, but I’m not going to do that.和全文内容可知，文章作者讲述自己作为一个黑人，经常因为没有表现出一个黑人的特点而让他周围的人迷惑不解。但作者坚持做自己，并没有牺牲自己的个性来换取他人的满足和认可。故选B。
【点睛】推理判断题属于主观性较强的高层次阅读理解题，做这类题目时，同学们要严格依据作者所陈述的细节、事实以及作者的措词、态度和语气，找出能够表露作者思想倾向和感情色彩的词句，然后利用自己已获得的相关知识进行推理判断，从而得出符合逻辑的结论。如小题2中考查人们认为黑人通常会做什么。可以从原文第二段In one of my Spanish classes, the teacher asked me, “Do you like rap music or rock music more?” I replied, “Rock.” The look of shock on my classmates’ faces made me uncomfortable.作者说更喜欢摇滚音乐使得同学们很震惊，从而推断出答案。
Coca-Cola, which reportedly produced more than 3 million tons of plastic packaging in 2017, announced Thursday it wants to “help fix the world’s plastic waste problem one community (社区) at a time.”
The soda giant is doing so by providing $ 5.4 million for recycling programs in cities like Atlanta, Boston, Denver and Houston. In these cities, partners, like The Green Blue Institute and The Recycling Partnership, which receive the money, will work together to improve recycling rates.
“We focus on areas where we have the ability to make the biggest influence on communities through the funding and expert skills of Coca-Cola employees,” Carlos Pagoagoa, Coca-Cola’s group director of community partnerships, said in a statement. “In each city, local partners will work together to identify barriers to recycling on a local level and test a range of solutions,” he added. “We hope the learnings from these ‘model markets’ can offer solutions to other cities facing similar challenges.”
As part of the effort, The Recycling Partnership and the city of Atlanta, where the cola company’s headquarters are based, will send street teams out to open recycling carts and leave citizens cards informing them what they can and can’t recycle, and let them know how their efforts work.
“Two of the most urgent problems with recycling in the U. S. today are lack of access, followed by pollution in recycling,” Keefe Harrison, CEO of The Recycling Partnership, said in a statement. “We know from the success of Atlanta in 2017 that the citizens want to recycle, and that communicating with them in the street works.”
Last year, Coca-Cola announced its task to collect and reuse a bottle or can for each one it sells, and increase the amount of its products out of recycled materials to 50% by 2030. The brand also aims to make all its packaging fully recyclable by 2025.
28. What does Coca-Cola company intend to do in the program?
A. Produce less packaging.
B. Help deal with plastic waste.
C. Pick up waste in communities.
D. Build a plant to recycle plastic waste.
29. What’s Paragraph 2 mainly about?
A. How Coca-Cola conducts its program.
B. What organizations participate in the program.
C. How Coca-Cola chooses cities for the program.
D. What the local people do in Coca-Cola’s program.
30. What do street teams do to help?
A. Sort out various waste in the city.
B. Look into the cause of pollution.
C. Instruct local people what to recycle.
D. Hand cards to the locals in person.
31. What does Keefe Harrison think of the program?
细节理解题。根据文章第一段Coca-Cola, which reportedly produced more than 3 million tons of plastic packaging in 2017, announced Thursday it wants to “help fix the world’s plastic waste problem one community (社区) at a time.”可知，可口可乐公司宣布，计划帮助一个社区解决一次全球塑料垃圾问题。故选B。
段落大意题。根据文章第二段The soda giant is doing so by providing $ 5.4 million for recycling programs in cities like Atlanta, Boston, Denver and Houston. In these cities, partners, like The Green Blue Institute and The Recycling Partnership, which receive the money, will work together to improve recycling rates. 可口可乐公司为亚特兰大、波士顿、丹佛和休斯顿等城市的回收项目提供资金，并与合作伙伴共同努力来提高回收率，从而可知，本段主要讲述可口可乐是如何执行其计划的。故选A。
细节理解题。根据文章第四段As part of the effort, The Recycling Partnership and the city of Atlanta, where the cola company’s headquarters are based, will send street teams out to open recycling carts and leave citizens cards informing them what they can and can
’t recycle, and let them know how their efforts work. 街头团队，给市民留下卡片，告诉他们什么可以回收，什么不能回收，可知，街头团队指导当地居民如何回收利用。故选C。
推理判断题。根据文章第五段“We know from the success of Atlanta in 2017 that the citizens want to recycle, and that communicating with them in the street works.” 市民们想要回收垃圾，在街上与他们交流是有效的，可以推断出，Keefe Harrison认为此项目是有希望的。故选A。
At 9: 30 a. m. on a Wednesday morning, I received a notification (通知) that I’d already picked up my phone 30 times that day! “11 left until you go over your goal of 41 pickups,” my screen read. “Put your phone down until 9: 52 a. m. ! Enjoy your time living in the moment.”
These updates were sent via Moment, an app that tracks my screen time, created by Kevin Holesh in 2014 to fight his own device addiction. He was working as an independent app developer, spending hours each day staring at screens. After work, Holesh found that he was looking mindlessly online instead of talking to his wife or taking his dogs for a walk.
“I wanted a way of seeing how much time I was sinking into my phone,” he said.
“So I came up with something that could monitor my screen time.” Holesh found that he was spending 75 minutes on his phone a day. He added a function to the app that informed him whenever his screen time was more than 40 minutes. “My phone would make a sound like a bee, and I’d go and do something else. It was like a little angel on my shoulder pushing me in the right direction,” he said. Holesh figured that if the system worked for him, it would work for others, and later that year he made Moment a free app. To date, it has been downloaded 8 million times.
Beside, Moment also has a “coach” function, offering guided programs to help users focus and be more productive, for $ 7. 99 a month.
“I am so much happier, I sleep better, I read more, I take better care of myself, and most of all I am present in my day-to-day life,” Jack, a user said. Similar comments on Moment reflect a growing consciousness around “digital wellness”, the name given to lifestyle practices that encourage healthy device use.
32. What does the inspiration of Moment come from?
A. The creator’s own experience.
B. The sound made by honey bees.
C. Complaints from family members.
D. The widespread digital addiction.
33. What does Moment do at the expected screen time?
A. Monitor the screen and keep a record.
B. Make a noise to remind the user.
C. Turn off the phone immediately.
D. Force the user to take a rest.
34. What does the author intend to do in Paragraph 4?
A. Persuade readers to buy the app.
B. Provide readers with some advice.
C. Recommend a coach to the readers.
D. Introduce more information of the app.
35. In which part of a website will you find this text?
A. Fashion and Business.
B. Sports and Entertainment.
C. Health and Lifestyle.
D. Art and Design.
推理判断题。根据文章第三段“I wanted a way of seeing how much time I was sinking into my phone,” he said. “So I came up with something that could monitor my screen time.” Holesh想知道自己花了多少时间沉迷于手机，所以他想出了一个可以监控屏幕时间的东西，从而可以推断出，他开发Moment的灵感来自于创造者自己的体验。故选A。
推理判断题。根据文章第三段He added a function to the app that informed him whenever his screen time was more than 40 minutes. “My phone would make a sound like a bee, and I’d go and do something else. 当屏幕时间超过设定时间时，该功能就会发出像蜜蜂一样的声音通知他，从而可以推断出，Moment会在设定的屏幕时间发出噪音提醒使用者。故选B。
细节理解题。根据文章第三段Beside, Moment also has a “coach” function, offering guided programs to help users focus and be more productive, for $ 7. 99 a month.可知，本段作者主要向读者介绍Moment的其它功能。故选D。
推理判断题。根据文章最后一段Similar comments on Moment reflect a growing consciousness around “digital wellness”, the name given to lifestyle practices that encourage及全文内容可知，文章与鼓励健康使用电子设备的生活方式有关，故可以推断出文章选自于网站中的“健康与生活方式”部分。故选C。
Three in five people in the UK hold a library card. For some, they’re a shelter from the stresses of day-to-day life. ___36___ If you’re considering joining your local library, now is the time to do so. And if you need any more encouragement, here are several reasons why you should.
Most libraries in the UK allow members of the general public to come and go as they like. ___37___ You can also take out a library card and borrow books for free, although you will inevitably face a fine for late returns.
___38___ Imagine just how many books you have at your fingertips with a library card? There are lots of modern ones, as well as originals, and you can continue to expand your learning and vocabulary all the time. It’s a priceless experience, especially for kids, and also a great way to level the educational playing field.
Libraries develop with times. They have changed greatly since decades ago. ___39___ Some libraries have apps so you can see when your books are due back and even reserve books in some cases. There are also libraries which let you access books in digital formats on your mobile device — pretty cool.
Libraries are one of very few spaces left in towns and cities where members of the public can come together and actually be and feel like a community. They have notice boards to offer services like exercise classes or learning centers. ___40___
A. Libraries help people learn.
B. Libraries help educate the kids.
C. They create a great sense of community.
D. You can go in, settle down and read a book without being charged a penny.
E. Most libraries now have computers and allow people to borrow CDs and DVDs.
F. Libraries help us save money as we’re borrowing books rather than buying them.
G. For others, particularly the homeless and people in poverty, a lifeline to the world.
根据前句For some, they’re a shelter from the stresses of day-to-day life.对一些人来说，它们是躲避日常生活压力的庇护所，可知，对其他人，特别是无家可归者和贫困人口来说，这是通向世界的生命线。这里抓住关键词For some，接着后面应该为For others。故选G。
根据前句Most libraries in the UK allow members of the general public to come and go as they like. 在英国，大多数图书馆都允许公众随意出入，和后句You can also take out a library card and borrow books for free, although you will inevitably face a fine for late returns. 你也可以拿出借书证免费借书，不过如果逾期还书，你将不可避免地面临罚款，可知，你可以进去，坐下来读一本书而不收一分钱。这里抓住后句关键词You can also，接着前面应该为You can。故选D。
这里为考查本段主题句。根据本段中and you can continue to expand your learning and vocabulary all the time. 你可以随时继续扩大你的学习和词汇，和It’s a priceless experience, especially for kids, and also a great way to level the educational playing field. 这是一次无价的经历，尤其是对孩子们来说，也是一个很好的方式来公平教育的环境，可知，本段的主题句为：图书馆帮助人们学习。故选A。
根据本段主题句Libraries develop with times. 图书馆是与时俱进的，可知，现在大多数图书馆都有电脑，允许人们借CD和DVD。故选E。
根据前面Libraries are one of very few spaces left in towns and cities where members of the public can come together and actually be and feel like a community. They have notice boards to offer services like exercise classes or learning centers. 可知图书馆是城镇中仅存的为数不多的公共空间之一，在这里，公众可以聚集在一起，真正成为并感觉像一个社区，所以它们创造了一种伟大的社区意识。故选C。
When Freddie arrived to perform in the hospital room, Pam worried it was already too late. Her 88-year-old stepfather, Strobel, had ___41___ been moved to the palliative (姑息治疗) care unit. Pam could ___42___ that something had changed in him. A nurse told her Strobel’s ___43___ was near.
“You’re probably ___44___ your time,” Pam told Freddie. But Freddie ___45___ with her what medical professionals had told him: ___46___ may be the last sense to go.
“Let me go in and ___47___”, Freddie said. “It’s as much for you as it is for him.”
Freddie is a country and folk musician. When he was in his childhood, his mother encouraged her young son’s ___48___ talent. When she was dying of cancer, he put their ___49___ of songs to its greatest use. He would crawl into her hospital bed with his guitar and ___50___ her favorites. His mother seemed to relax, a(n) ___51___ look crossing her face.
“That moment allowed her and me to ___52___ like we used to when I was singing as a kid,” Freddie recalled. It emphasized to him the ___53___ of music. When he ___54___ a non-profit organization called Swan Songs which arranged free musical last wishes, Freddie signed up for the ___55___.
That was the case with Pam’s stepfather who enjoyed ___56___ music, and Swan Songs sent Freddie. That’s why Freddie arrived at the hospital that day, when Strobel seemed ready to say ___57___ Freddie played some songs and after 45 minutes, Pam asked for just one more song. Freddie ___58___ Love Me. He sang the last note and Strobel took his last breath.
“Oh my, we just experienced one of the most ___59___ moments in our lives. It was a gift for us all. At a really sad time, it was ___60___ says Pam.
41. A. still
42. A. tell
43. A. failure
44. A. killing
45. A. shared
46. A. Tasting
47. A. observe
48. A. athletic
49. A. love
50. A. recite
C. make up
D. pick up
51. A. embarrassed
52. A. comfort
53. A. power
54. A. set up
B. broke up
C. heard about
D. talked about
55. A. course
56. A. modem
57. A. hello
58. A. chose
59. A. glorious
60. A. delightful
考查副词词义辨析。A. still仍然；B. just刚刚；C. ever曾经；D. almost几乎。根据前句When Freddie arrived to perform in the hospital room, Pam worried it was already too late.可知，她的88岁的继父， 斯特罗贝尔刚刚搬到姑息治疗护理单元。故选B。
考查动词词义辨析。A. tell识别；B. explain解释；C. witness目睹；D. announce宣布。帕姆识别出他有些变化。故选A。
考查名词词义辨析。A. failure失败；B. relief欣慰；C. time时间；D. recovery恢复。一位护士告诉她，斯特罗贝尔的生命最后时刻即将到来。故选C。
考查动词词义辨析。A. killing消磨；B. sparing抽出；C. spending花费；D. wasting浪费。“你可能在浪费时间，”帕姆对弗雷迪说。故选D。
考查动词词义辨析。A. shared分享；B. traded交易；C. discussed讨论；D. exchanged交换。share with分享。但是弗雷迪和她分享了医疗专家告诉他的话：听觉也许是最后消失的。故选A。
考查动词词义辨析。A. Tasting尝；B. Hearing听觉；C. Smelling闻；D. Touching触摸。但是弗雷迪和她分享了医疗专家告诉他的话：听觉也许是最后消失的。故选B。
考查动词词义辨析。A. observe观察；B. check核对；C. negotiate协商；D. play演奏。根据下文Freddie played some songs and after 45 minutes 提示可知，“让我进去演奏吧，”弗雷迪说。故选D。
考查形容词词义辨析。A. athletic精力充沛的；B. creative有创造力的；C. musical音乐的；D. literary文学的。根据前句Freddie is a country and folk musician.可知，当他还是个孩子的时候，他的母亲鼓励她年幼的儿子的音乐天赋。故选C。
考查名词词义辨析。A. love热爱；B. instruction教诲；C. choice选择；D. assessment评价。当她死于癌症时，他把他们对歌曲的热爱发挥到了极致。故选A。
考查动词（短语）词义辨析。A. recite背诵；B. sing唱歌；C. make up编造；D. pick up拾起。根据He would crawl into her hospital bed with his guitar可知，他会抱着吉他爬进她的病床，唱她最喜欢的歌。故选B。
考查形容词词义辨析。A. embarrassed尴尬的；B. regretful遗憾的；C. confused困惑的；D. peaceful平静的。他的母亲似乎放松了，脸上掠过平静的神色。故选D。
考查动词词义辨析。A. comfort安慰；B. pray祈祷；C. connect联系；D. escape逃跑。弗雷迪回忆说:“那一刻，她和我之间的联系就像我小时候唱歌时那样。”故选C。
考查名词词义辨析。A. power力量；B. rhyme押韵；C. style风格；D. sound声音。它向他强调了音乐的力量。故选A。
考查动词短语词义辨析。A. set up建立；B. broke up破裂；C. heard about听说；D. talked about谈论。当弗雷迪听说一个名为“天鹅之歌”(Swan Songs)的非营利组织，为人们安排免费的音乐遗愿，他报名参加了这个项目。故选C。
考查名词词义辨析。A. course课程；B. program项目；C. competition竞赛；D. treatment治疗。当弗雷迪听说一个名为“天鹅之歌”(Swan Songs)的非营利组织，为人们安排免费的音乐遗愿，他报名参加了这个项目。故选B。
考查形容词词义辨析。A. modem现代的；B. popular流行的；C. classical古典的；D. country乡村的。帕姆的继父就是这样的人，他喜欢乡村音乐。故选D。
考查名词词义辨析。A. hello问候；B. goodbye再见；C. sorry对不起；D. no不。当时斯特罗贝尔似乎准备好要和弗雷迪道别了。故选B。
考查动词词义辨析。A. chose选择；B. analyzed分析；C. wrote写；D. enjoyed喜欢。弗雷迪选择了《爱我》。故选A。
考查形容词词义辨析。A. glorious光荣的；B. difficult困难的；C. ridiculous可笑的；D. magical神奇的。我们刚刚经历了生命中最神奇的时刻之一。故选D。
考查形容词词义辨析。A. delightful令人愉快的；B. hopeful
怀有希望的；C. beautiful漂亮的；D. forgetful健忘的。帕姆说：在一个非常悲伤的时刻，一切都是那么美好。故选C。
【点睛】完形填空主要考查学生对语篇的全面理解，要求学生在做题时能够做到“身临其境，感同身受”准确把握作者写作意图，同时“瞻前顾后，左顾右盼”，充分考虑前后文的逻辑关系，仔细推敲，最后还原整体和细节。例如小题7考查的动词，就是根据下文Freddie played some songs and after 45 minutes 提示可知是“演奏”。
Calligraphy, the art of writing, was the visual art form prized above all others in traditional China. Painting was contemporary with calligraphy, sharing ___61___ same tools—namely, brush and ink. Yet calligraphy was regarded ___62___ a fine art long before painting.
The status of calligraphy reflects the importance of the word in China. ___63___ makes the written words distinctive is its visual form. However, despite its abstract ___64___ (appear), calligraphy is not an abstract form. Chinese characters are dynamic, closely connected with the forces of nature and the kinesthetic (运动) energies of the human body.
How can a simple character convey all this? The use of brush and ink ___65___ (have) much to do with it. A calligrapher can control the ___66___ (thick) of the ink by varying both the amount of water and the solid ink. Once he starts writing, by loading the brush sometimes with ___67___ (much) ink or sometimes with less, he creates characters that resemble a shower of rocks here and a drop of dew (露珠) there.
The Chinese written language ___68___ (begin) to develop more than 3,000 years ago and ___69___ (eventual) evolved into five basic script types. Over the centuries, calligraphers were free to write in any of them, ___70___ ( depend) on the text’s function. The calligraphic tradition remains alive today.
考查固定短语。短语be regard as被视为……。句意：然而，书法在绘画之前很久就被视为一门艺术。故填as。
考查时态。根据句中时间状语3,000 years ago可知，用一般过去时。句意：中国的书面语言从3000多年前开始发展，最终演变成五种基本的文字类型。故填began。
删除:把多余的词用斜线( \ )划掉。
The other day, we moved to the new school yard, where lies in the far north of the city. We were all on high spirits. It is much big than the old one. The classrooms are bright and clean. We have a lot of modern equipment, making convenient for students to learn every subject. Now we can have a lot of after-class activity on the new playground. Our teachers often play the basketball and soccer together with us. As spring approached, the flowers newly planting in the yard have just come out. With such many green trees and fragrant flowers around, we feel it less hardly to study and our school life more enjoyable.
【答案】where → which
on → in
big → bigger
activity → activities
approached → approaches
planting → planted
such → so
hardly → hard
【详解】第一处：考查定语从句。句中先行词为new school yard，在非限定性定语从句中作主语，故用关系代词which。句意：前几天，我们搬到了新的校园，它位于城市的最北部。故将where改为which。
第二处：考查短语固定搭配。短语in high spirits兴高采烈的。句意：我们都兴高采烈故将on改为in。
第四处：考查代词。句中真正宾语为不定式to learn every subject，这里用it作形式宾语。句意：我们有很多现代化的设备，使学生学习每一门课程都很方便。故在making后面加上it。
第五处：考查名词数。名词activity为可数名词，根据前面a lot of修饰可知用复数形式。句意：现在我们可以在新操场上有很多课外活动。故将activity改为activities。
第十处：考查词义辨析。hardly几乎不； hard困难。句意：有这么多绿色的树和芳香的花在周围，我们觉得学习不那么困难，我们的学校生活更愉快。故将hardly改为 hard。
How is life going? Knowing that you’ll travel around China during your vacation, I feel very happy for you and here are the details about how to buy train tickets.
Train tickets can be bought online or from the ticket office of the train station, and your passport is required either way. If you book it online, you can save the trouble of going to the station and waiting in a queue. But you still need get your ticket at the station since the ticket vending machine doesn’t support passports. So, the best way is to go to the train station ahead of time and purchase your ticket right on the spot.
May you have a great time in China!
【详解】这是一篇书信类作文。写作提要为假定你是李华，你校英国交换生John想利用假期到中国各地旅游，发邮件向你询问如何购买火车票。请你回复邮件，内容包括：1. 所需证件(护照)；2. 购票方式(售票窗口、网上)；3. 车站取票。我们所要做的就是用正确的英语把给出的要点表达出来。本作文中给出的要点比较简略，故需要自由发挥的地方较多。需要注意不要偏离文章中心。写作时注意准确运用时态，上下文意思连贯，符合逻辑关系，一定要契合整个文章,不能出现文章脱节问题。尽量使用自己熟悉的单词句式，同时也要注意使用高级词汇和高级句型使文章显得更有档次。
【点睛】本文内容齐全，结构严谨，层次分明，布局合理，语言精练，同时运用高级句子。非谓语动词作状语的使用：Knowing that you’ll travel around China during your vacation, I feel very happy for you and here are the details about how to buy train tickets.；不定式作表语的使用：So, the best way is to go to the train station ahead of time and purchase your ticket right on the spot.