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第一部分 聽力（共兩節,20小題；每小題1. 5分，滿分30分）
例：Hw much is the shirt?
A. ￡19. 15.
B. ￡9. 15.
C. ￡9. 18.
1. When will the lecture be given?
A. On June 10th,B. On June 11th.C. On June 12th.
2. What caused the cmpany sales t increase?
A. The nline marketing campaign.
B, The extra salespeple.
C. The discunt prices.
3. What is Jimmy ding?
A. Reading a strybk. B. Ding his hmewrk. C. Playing cmputer games.
4, What des the wman suggest the man d?
A. Frgive the player.B. Kick the player ut.C. Aplgize t the player.
5. Where des the wman usually get the bk?
A. In the shp.B. In the supermarket.C. On the Internet.
第二節（共15小題海小題L 5分，滿分22. 5分）
聽下面5段對話。每段對話或獨白后有幾個小題,從題中所給的A、B、C三個選項中選出 最佳選項，并標在試卷的相應位置。聽每段對話或獨白前，你將有時間閱讀各個小題，每小題5 秒鐘;聽完后，各小題將給出5秒鐘的作答時間。每段對話或獨白讀兩遍。
6. What are the speakers mainly talking abut?
A. The preparatins fr a camping.
B. The changeable weather.
C. Their favrite fd.
7. What will the man take?
A. Bread.B. Hamburgers.C. Cards.
8. What is wrng with the wman?
A. She has a fever.
B. She has a headache.
C. She has a sleeping prblem.
9. What did the wman d last night?
A. She prepared fr a meeting.
B. She attended a meeting.
C. She went t bed early.
10. What des the man ask the wman t d?
A. Quit the jb.B. Take sme medicine. C. Have a rest.
11. Where des the cnversatin take place?
A. At a theater.B. At a htel.C. At a snack bar.
12. What wuld the man prbably d at 6 p. m. tmrrw?
A. Celebrate their wedding anniversary.
B. Attend a wedding ceremny.
C. Spend his 20th birthday.
13. Hw much shuld the man pay?
A. $ 100.B. $200,C. $300.
14. What is the mst prbable relatinship between the speakers?
A. Clleagues.B. Schlmates.C. Teacher and student.
15. What is the wman's prblem?
A. Her brther is disturbing her.
B. She has n dictinary t use.
C. Her parents can't give her any advice.
16. What des the man suggest the wman d?
A. Tell her brther t stp.
B. G t the library t study.
C. Ask her parents fr help.
17. What is the wman embarrassed at?
A. Remembering little frm Histry.
B. Reviewing by singing her ntes.
C. Writing dwn what she has read.
18. What was the main meal fr peple in Prussia in the 18th century?
A. Rice.B. Ptates.C. Bread.
19. Hw did peple feel abut the ptates in the palace garden?
A. Disappinted.B. Curius.C. Anxius.
20. What can we learn abut the king?
A. He was very smart.
B. He liked making jkes.
C. He was crazy abut ptates.
If yu are the kind f turist wh likes t visit places with utstanding landscapes and multicultural cities, then Asia is the place t g. Take a cruise（乘船游覽）t Asia and yu will nt be disappinted.
The Finest Asian Cruise Explratins
Turists wh want t visit several Asian cuntries understand that cruising there is the best alternative. Yu can decide t take a cruise fr a frtnight, starting frm Sri Lanka t Thailand. There's als a three-week cruise that starts ff in China all the way t Japan. A mst ppular vyage is ne that starts frm Hng Kng t Singapre.
The Best Time t Travel
When turing Asia, it's best t understand that different cruise lines have different travelling timelines. Yu can be caught in the rain during yur tur（Octber t December in Malaysia and December t February in Indnesia）. Mst cruises take place frm December t the end f March.
Bking Cruise-ship Turs
Given that yu’ll prbably be taking lng flights t get t Suth Asia and the Far East, the budget will be large, especially if yu are visiting as a family. In additin, many peple tur this regin? s it wuld be best if yu bk early when the prices are mre appealing.
Apart frm visiting the cities? yu culd als g t Brne, Indnesia t see the rangutans （猩猩）.Yu can als hp acrss several islands frm Bali, appreciate the clrful flats as well as the cherry blssms in Japan and visit the flating fish farms in Vietnam.
21. Hw lng des it take turists t take a cruise frm Sri Lanka t Thailand?
A. One weekB. Tw weeksC. Three weeks D. Fur weeks
22. Where can yu admire charming flats?
A. JapanB. IndnesiaC. ChinaD. Vietnam
23. The passage is mst likely t be taken frm a .
A. travel guideB. turism reprt
C. gegraphy bkD. science magazine
A hundred ptential risks were listed n the left side f his ntebk. On the ther side, there were 100 slutins, sme f which were related t the use f his prsthetics（假肢）.Pan Junfan, 40, knew what he had signed up fr.
Pan's challenge was riginally the Ultra Gbi, a 400-kilmeter nnstp, self-navigating race. Due t the nging COVIEM9 pandemic, it was canceled. Yet Pan cntacted the races rganizers and then undertk a sl challenge n Sept 9.
Beginning frm the “Mars Camp” in Qinghai Prvince, the ultra-extreme curse was expanded t 513 km ver sand dunes, dry valleys, ?tny plateaus and snwy muntains, finishing in Guazhu, Gansu Prvince. The jurney, as Pan described, is “eyes n heaven, feet in hell”. Apart frm facing extreme temperatures and varied terrains, Pan, carrying the bare minimum f equipment he wuld need, als battled sleep deprivatin, hypthermia and hallucinatins during the jurney.
After running fr 208 hurs 35 minutes, Pan managed t crss the finish line in Guazhu n Sept 18. With his first 102 km clcking 26 hurs and 3 minutes, he brke the recrd set by a Spanish amputee athlete in last year's 101 km race that went frm Italy t France. "I hpe that by cmpleting the challenge I can inspire peple and tell them that life has limitless pssibilities and nt t stp trying，” Pan tld China Daily.
Pan has been challenging himself since he lst his right leg in a car accident in 2015. Nw, he is back and planning his next challenge - swimming and sailing acrss the Taiwan Straits. "Life's meaning is t explre the unknwn, he tld China Daily.
24. What can yu knw frm the passage?
A. Pan Junfan met with 100 risks during the challenge.
B. Pan Junfan tk up the challenge n September 9 alne.
C. Pan Junfan cnsidered this jurney t be easy and pleasant .
D. Pan Junfan spent 26 hurs and 3 minutes in cmpleting the race.
25. The purpse f the third paragraph is t tell us abut .
A. the landscape f the curseB. Pan's wrry abut the jurney
B. the distance f the curseD. the severe cnditins f the jurney
26. Which f the fllwing can be used t describe Pan Junfan?
A. Cperative and creativeB. Intelligent and mdest
C. Curageus and ambitiusD. Strng-willed and selfless
27. Which f the fllwing is the best title?
A. Beat yur cmpetitrsB. Shw yur skills
C. Challenge yur limitsD. Value yur life
The way peple purchase clthes has fundamentally changed in respnse t the “fast fashin" ,the result f mass-market retailers （零售商）increasing the prductin f inexpensive fashin lines t meet the demands f quickly changing trends. It is nt uncmmn fr retailers t intrduce new prducts multiple times in a single week t stay n trend. This may seem like a gd thing at first glance, but it is causing mre prblems than it is slving.
Wrkers in factries in underdevelped areas face mistreatment, including pr wrking - cnditins, lw wages and frced vertime. S befre making a deal, ask retailers questins such as where prducts are made and hw many peple wrk there. Watch fr warning signs and use yur judgment if smething desn't feel right.
Anther reasn t rethink abut the trend has smething t d with the impact n ur rivers, lakes and ceans. Fr instance, in sme African and Asian areas, chemical pllutants are released int waterways every time thse clthes are washed. What can be dne is as simple as buying frm brands knwn fr their preference fr using rganic materials， because they are trying nt t add t the pllutin.
Besides, peple dn't keep clthes as lng as they used t, and the rate f prductin t keep up has resulted in tns f waste. It's easy t see at manufacturing （生產）sites the massive wastes. Even hlding giant sales r rewarding custmers fr bringing in secnd-hand clthes is nt enugh.
Only with enugh custmers saying "N" t fast fashin can we wrk tward a better future.
28. Which is a feature f fast fashin?
A. Being ec-friendly.B. Guaranteed quality.
C. Affrdable prices.D. Setting new trends.
29. Hw des the authr develp the third paragraph?
A. By giving definitin.B. By making an assumptin.
C. By ffering data.D. By giving an example.
30. What shuld custmers d befre purchasing clthes?
A. Bring their used clthes fr dnatins. B. Ask manufacturers certain questins,
C. Weigh pssible envirnmental effects. D. Examine the quality f materials used.
31. What is the text mainly abut ?
A. Mass-market retailers are increasing.
B. Fast fashin brings abut trubles.
C. Custmers can change markets.
D. Fashin Industry has an impact n ecnmy.
Hundreds f peple die at sea every year due t ship and airplane accidents. Emergency teams have little time t rescue thse in the water because the prbability f finding a persn alive fall dramatically after six hurs. Beynd tides and challenging weather cnditins, unsteady castal currents ften make search and rescue peratins extremely difficult.
New insight int castal flws gained by an internatinal research team led by Gerge Haller, Prfessr f Nnlinear Dynamics（動力學）at ETH Zurich, prmises t enhance the search and rescue techniques currently in use. Using- tls frm dynamical systems thery and cean data, the team has develped an algrithm （算法）t predict where bjects and peple flating in water will g. "Our wrk has a clear ptential t save lives,” says Mattia Serra, the first authr f a study recently published in Nature Cmmunicatins.
In tday's rescue peratins at sea, cmplicated mdels ￡ cean dynamics and weather frecasting are used t predict the path f flating bjects. Fr fast-changing castal waters, hwever, such predictins are ften inaccurate due t uncertain bundaries and missing data. As a result, a search may be launched in the wrng lcatin, causing a lss f precius time.
Haller's research team btained mathematical results predicting that bjects flating n the cean's surface shuld gather alng a few special curves （曲線）which they call TRansient Attracting Prfiles （TRAPs）. These curves can't be seen with ur eyes but can be tracked frm instant cean surface current data using recent mathematical methds develped by the ETH team. This enables quick and precise planning f search paths that are less sensitive t uncertainties in the time and place f the accident.
In cperatin with a team frm MIT, the ETH team tested their new, TRAP-based search algrithm in tw separate cean experiments near Martha's Vineyard, which is n the nrtheastern cast f the United States. Wrking frm the same real-time data available t the Cast Guard, the team successfully identified TRAPs in the regin in real time. They fund that buys and manikins （浮標和人體模型）thrwn in the water indeed quickly gathered alng these emerging curves. "Of several cmpeting appraches tested in this prject, this was the nly algrithm that cnsistently fund the right lcatin, says Haller.
“Our results are rapidly btained, easy t interpret and cheap t perfrm,” pints ut Serra. Haller stresses ： ”Our hpe is that this methd will becme a standard part f the tl kit f cast guards everywhere.”
32. In a search and rescue peratin, .
A. changing currents present a challenge
B. the use f dynamics leads t the wrng lcatin
C. weather cnditins are a determining factr
D. the survival rate drps t almst zer after six hurs
33, What is the distinct feature f the new algrithm?
A. It relies n cean dynamics.
B. It stps the uncertainties f the accident.
C. It figures ut hw tides change ver time.
D. It tracks the path f the curves.
34. What des the underlined wrd “emerging" in Paragraph 5 prbably mean ?
A. CarvingB. AllcatingC. ShrinkingD. Appearing
35. Paragraph 5 mainly talks abut .
A. the cllectin f dataB. the testing f the algrithm
C. the identificatin f the TRAPsD. the cperatin ￡ tw research teams
D yu lve fd? Whether yu're a fdie r smene wh just likes eating， there is s much t chse frm. We knw that t much f the wrng kind f fd can be bad fr ur health, but fr sme peple having a fd allergy means that eating certain things can actually be harmful. 36 . Yet in fact, fd allergies are affecting mre and mre f us.
An allergy is caused by the immune （免疫的）system fighting substances in the envirnment. 37 It means that peple have t fllw strict dietary restrictins, therwise their lives may be put at risk. Allergy specialist Dr., Adam Fx says “if yu lk back ver, say, 30 r 40 years... there are much mre serius allergic prblems arund nw than there were.”
38 Last year a _teenager died after suffering an allergic reactin frm eating a piece f bread cntaining peanuts. This led t a call fr better fd-labeling laws.
Research has fund that this prblem is particularly affecting children. 39 Dr. Alexandra Sants frm King's Cllege Lndn says "fd allergy nw affects abut 7% f children in the UK and 9% f thse in Australia, fr example. Acrss Eurpe, 2% f adults have fd allergies.
S what might be the cause? Dr. Sants says, the increase in allergies is nt simply the effect f sciety becming mre aware f them and better at diagnsing them. 40 She adds that pssible factrs are pllutin, dietary changes and less expsure t bacteria, which change hw ur immune systems respnd. She pints ut that it's very cmmn fr migrants wh mve t anther cuntry t develp fd allergies in their new lcatin.
A. It seems t be mre envirnmental.
B. Fd allergies can cause life-threatening reactins.
C. A fd allergy can affect yu at any age.
D. We ften hear abut peple having allergies t dairy prducts r t nuts.
E. Mre and mre f them are having allergic reactins t certain fd.
F. A lt f wrk is being dne t try and find a cure, but that's nt easy.
G. Such cases may seem uncmmn.
閱讀下面短文，從短文后各題所給的四個選項（A, B, C, D）中，選出可以填入空白處的最 佳選項，并在答題卡上將該項涂黑。
In 2016, a heavy thunderstrm hit a neighburing state. After that, I went t the area t lk after rescued animals. There I met Catherine, anther 41 .
Catherine perates an animal 42 center. When I came t her website? I 43 a picture f Gerge, a dg. I asked Catherine abut Gerge . She tld me that she rescued Gerge frm a 44 man wh'd thrwn him arund r put him int a tiny bx. Gerge had 45 n Lucy's lap fr several hurs befre she assured（使確信）him he was secure and 46 t find him a lving hme.
I decided t 47 Gerge. I renamed him “Chase” fr his 48 fr chasing everything. Mnths later, Chase's lve fr peple and his 49 nature led us t earn the therapy dg certificatin. And we started a 50 prgram at the lcal 51 . Kids read ut t Chase t 52 their skills. Smetimes, even a kid wh is 53 with reading will be cmfrtable with ding s t a dg.
One little girl jumped up and dwn when she saw Chase entering the library. Her jyful enthusiasm made me 54 . When Chase greeted her with a 55 , she clapped and said , “Lk, Mmmy. he's bwing !”Chase gave her his undivided 56 while she read him a stry. When her time was up, she signed up t read again.
I'm grateful fr everything abut Chase that made this girl jump s 57 I hadn't 58 him t bw； he'd bwed naturally. I'd knwn the library visits wuld be abut helping kids learn t read. But I hadn't realized what a（n） 59 builder thse visits wuld be fr kids wh were shy r didn't fit in. Additnally, Chase was ambitius enugh t 60 himself as a wnderful ambassadr fr dgs-teaching kids t be friendly t animals.
Chinese archaelgists annunced the 61 （discver） f ver 500 cultural relics, during an nging excavatin （發掘）at the Sanxingdui Ruins site in Guanghan, Sichuan Prvince. The relics were uncvered in six sacrificial pits（坑）62 （date） back ver 3,200 years.
A gld mask has been unearthed at the N. 5 sacrificial pit. With 63 area f abut three square meters, it is the smallest pit, but it's 64 the mst gld pieces were unearthed ,accrding t archaelgists. In the N. 6 pit, a 1. 5-meter-lng and 40-centimeterwide wden bx cvered in cinnabar has brught a new mystery. A plan 65 (pen) it is still being drafted. Other imprtant items include decrative gld items in the shape f birds, ivry and bne carvings, silk and Cng(琮，中國古樂器).
41. A. reprter
42, A, rescue
43. A. tk
44. A. single-minded
45. A. barked
46. A. attempted
47. A. adpt
48. A. talent
B, expectatin .
49. A. cautius
50. A. writing
51. A. schl
52. A. try
53. A. struggling
54. A. weep
55e A. bw
56. A. benefit
57. A. sadly
58. A. trained
59. A. experience
60. A. adapt
The recent finds 66 (far) cnfirm the thery that the pits were used fr sacrificial purpses as many f the items fund had been brken and burned 67 they were buried. Mre studies are needed t rule ut any ther speculatin as t the pits usage.
The site was 68 (riginal) discvered in the 1920s by a farmer. A huge surprise came in 1986 when tw sacrificial pits, filled with mre than 1,000 relics, 69 (find) by lcal wrkers excavating clay fr bricks.
In 1988. the Sanxingdui Ruins site was put under State-level prtectin and since then 70 (it) significance in the develpment f human civilizatin has been mre widely recgnized by the public.
In the last winter vacatin, I paid a visit t Hefei with my mum. Hefei, lcating in the center f Anhui, was the capital city f the Prvince. We went there by air. Liu Jun, a friend f me, picked us up at the airprt and drve us the htel. Befre we checked int the htel, we had a gd rest there. We tw went t Xiayajin Park, the btanical garden and ther turist attractin in the fllwing days. On the last day, I fund a lst wallet accidental n the way back. Having waited fr tw and the half hurs, we finally fund the wner and returned it t him. We turned dwn the mney what .was ffered by the wner. Nthing made us mre happier than helping thers . Bth f us believed we had a great and meaningful hliday. 第二節 書面表達(滿分25分)
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