Which one is NOT mentioned according to the conversation?

A.Staying with parents.

B.Doing some housework.

C.Shopping with roommates.



A. B. C.


A. B. C.


A. B. C.


A. B. C.


A. B. C.


??? 目前,新冠病毒肺炎(COVD-19)正在全球肆虐。假设你是李华,你的美国笔友Peter向你询问你的寒假过得如何。请写一封回信,向他介绍你的这次特别的春节和寒假线上学习情况,并向Peter提至少两条关于预防新冠病毒肺炎的建议。


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??? Do you feel nervous before and during exams? Are you afraid of taking the test? (1)学会应对圧力很重要且必要. Here are five steps to follow.

Arrive on time. Arriving late will make you feel nervous. (2)Arriving too early will give you time to sit there and worry about things.

Plan your time. You should know how many questions to answer in the exam. Then plan your time to answer all the questions.

Don't waste time. (3)当你遇到不会做的题目时,你应该怎么做呢?Don't waste too much time on them and remember you have to answer all the questions in the exam.

Use all your time. (4)If you finish the exam before time is up, you'd better make full use of the time to check your answers instead of just sitting there. It can help you make as few mistakes as possible.

Move on. (5)Once an exam is over, forget about it. The best thing you can do is to go home and study for the next one.







Last night the wind was strong and rain was fine,

Sound sleep did not dispel the aftertaste of wine.

I ask the maid who's rolling up the screen,

"The same crab apple tree," she says, "is seen."

"Don't you know, Don't you know,

The red should languish and the green must grow?'

This is one of Li Qingzhao's first ci, which was written when she was a young girl. It showed her observations (观察) of changes in nature and her love for life.

Li described an early morning scene in her ci. She woke up in the morning and asked her maid (侍女) how the flowers looked after one night of wind and rain. The maid did not care too much about the flowers. She simply said the flowers looked the same. But Li corrected her, saying that red flowers would fall and green leaves would become thicker.

Li used dialogue to write this ci. The dialogue brought out different characteristics (性格) in both of the speakers. The maid was slow and careless, while the poet was quick and sensitive (敏感的). The dialogue makes the ci more lively.

Li Qingzhao (1084-1155), was a leader of the Wanyue School (婉約派) of ci during the Song Dynasty. She had many ideas about ci. She believed that it was very different from shi. Shi tended to provide people with ideals (理想) and education, while ci was used to describe people's feelings.

1.How was the weather "last night" according to Li Qingzhao's ci?


2.What did the ci show?


3.Did the maid see the difference in flowers after the rain?


4.What was Li Qingzhao like?


5.How was ci different from shi in Li's opinion?



??? "How are you?" is a nice question. It's a friendly way that people in the U.S.A. greet each other.1.. It's a question that often doesn't need an answer. The person who asks "How are you?" hopes to hear the answer "Fine" even though the speaker isn't fine at all. The reason is that "How are you?" isn't really a question, and "Fine" isn't really an answer. They are simply the ways of saying "Hello" or "Hi".

2.. For example, when someone asks "Do you agree?", the other person might think, "No, I disagree. I think you're wrong..." But it isn't very polite to speak out one's real thoughts so directly, so the person might say "I'm not sure", which is a nicer way to say that you don't agree.

People won't tell the truth when they want to finish talking with other people. For example, many talks over the phone finish when one person says "I have to go now." Often, the person who wants to hang up gives an excuse like "Someone's at the door. "or" Something is burning on the stove."3.. They want to hang up simply because they don't want to talk any more, but it isn't polite to tell the truth. The excuse is more polite and it doesn't hurt the other person's feelings.

Whether they are greeting each other, talking about an idea, or finishing a talk, people don't always say exactly what they are thinking. 4.. and it's part of the game of a language.

A.What they say might not be true

B.Sometimes people don't say exactly what they mean

C.But it is also a very unusual question

D.It doesn't sound good to lie to others

E.It's an important way to get along well with each other


??? Most of us spend all day at school work. After a long and busy day, all we want to do is return to a comfortable home. Smart technology can turn any home into a nicer place to live.

Smart homes have been around for some time. Scottish company Pico Electronics invented type of technology called X10 in 1975.As the earliest smart home technology, it allows household devices (设备), such as lights and alarms, to communicate with each other by using radio waves.

Of course, 5G network connectivity has made smart homes much more sophisticated (复杂) than X10. Perhaps the most widespread smart home technology is the voice-activated (声控的) assistant. Google Home and Amazon's Alexa allow users to communicate with almost any device in their home simply by speaking a few words. This is especially convenient for children and people with physical disabilities, as they can finish tasks that would normally be too difficult, according to How-To Geek.

Common household appliances (电器) can become "smart" as well. For example, a smart trash bin can keep track of the things you've thrown away and place an online order for new items, while smart fridges can create dinner recipes (食谱) based on the vegetables that are being kept inside, according to HowStuffWorks.

But it's not just about convenience. Smart homes are also good for the environment. By regularly checking your energy use and automatically turning off lights and other devices that you're not using, smart homes can lower much electricity you use overall. Using less energy means that we use fewer natural resources, which is good for the environment.

1.The earliest smart home technology is ________.

A.X10 B.5G network connectivity C.the voice-activated assistant

2.Which is NOT true about the voice-activated assistant?

A.It can turn your home into a nicer place to live.

B.It's normally difficult for children and people with physical disabilities to use it.

C.It may be the most widely used smart home technology.

3.What can a smart fridge do?

A.Tell you how to cook. B.Place an online order. C.Create a dinner with the vegetables.

4.What does the underlined word "automatically" mean?

A.自动的 B.定时的 C.神奇的

5.Which of the following is the best title for this passage?

A.5G network changes the world

B.Smart technology makes life convenient

C.Smart homes — a nicer way of living


??? As "a state of ceremonies", Chinese people always have some special habits to show their respect to others or just keep their own nation culture, which can still be seen nowadays. Some of them are good things indeed while some of them may make foreigners feel confused (困惑). Here are some tips for you with respect to four Chinese habits:

Burping (打嗝) after meal. In China, burping is seen as a sign of satisfaction with the meal and is considered a compliment to the chef, so don't be surprised if it happens at the dinner table. However, nowadays the habits may be changed in young people.

Finger tapping (轻敲) while drinking tea. Light finger tapping is a customary way to thank the tea master or tea server for tea. After one's cup is filled, the bent index (食指) and middle fingers are knocked on the table to express gratitude to the person who served the tea. This custom is common in southern Chinese cultures, like the Cantonese.

Don't be offended (生气、被冒犯) if you offer a gift and it is refused. It is customary in China to refuse the first offer. Sometimes, the etiquette (礼仪) is to refuse the gift three times, though it may not always take this many tries. In general, the expectation is that a gift is politely refused at first, even if it is desired, and will eventually be accepted after a few offers.

No tips (小费). Although tipping might be common in restaurants in some foreign countries, it is generally unnecessary in China and can even be considered impolite. Tips are typically only given when doing tour-related activities or at hotels.

1.The passage is written for ________.

A.foreigners B.Chinese C.young people

2.We can infer (推断) from Paragraph 2 that ________.

A.You must burp after a meal to show your satisfaction.

B.Burping is a habit at the Western dinner table.

C.Younger Chinese may think it's impolite to burp after meal

3.When a Cantonese is drinking tea, he uses ________ finger(s) to knock on the table to thank the tea server.

A.1 B.2 C.3

4.What does he mean if a Chinese refuses a gift at first?

A.He tries to be polite. B.The gift is not desired. C.It's not allowed to accept gifts at once.

5.Generally speaking, tipping________.

A.is a must in China

B.can't be a rude behavior in China

C.is usually related to tourism in China


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$25 a couple; $15 single person




1.People can learn about the changes of Changsha in the past 100 years at________ .

A.City Art Museum B.Country Club C.Grandview Mall

2.How much will Mr. and Mrs. Smith pay if they want to go to the dance party?

A.15 dollars B.25 dollars. C.30 dollars.

3.________ is going to watch the horse races probably.

A.Mr. Lee with his 10-year-old son

B.Mike who is always busy with his work on weekends

C.Jane, a college student from the UK


??? Today is Tuesday morning. Look at Kate's schedule.



10-a.m.- -visit mother??? changed to Wednesday


morning - buy tickets for music concert

send parcel (包裹) to the USA


Shopping ??? leave until Thursday

visit mother (all day)


important - pay electricity bill


2:00 p:m meet Alfred -in the perk

Cancelled! Alfred will call next week.



1.On Friday, Kate will ________.

A.meet Alfred B.not go to the park C.call Alfred

2.From Kate's schedule, we learn that ________.

A.She stayed with her mother on Monday

B.She is going to the USA on Tuesday

C.She isn't going shopping until Thursday


??? What did you do to celebrate the new year? For many, there's no better way than watching _______ with heart-warming holiday vibes (气氛). Adoring, a comedy-drama released on Dec 31, is such a film.

The movie tells a story through the eyes of the _______ center owner Vivan, who _______ medical care for all pets in her community. She witnesses (见证) six heart- warming stories among the pets and their owners. In one moving scene, an old dog is _______ but wants to see its beloved owner for the last time.

The film's producer, Xu Zheng, said that Adoring is a movie that "explores different relationships", brings the warmth of love" and _______ attracts young people. Indeed, pets are becoming popular among young Chinese people. According to a report on the 2019 Singles' Day shopping festival, _______ food is the most popular, even surpassing (超过) milk for babies. The total sales reached 18,000 tons of cat food and 14,000 tons of dog food.

Besides food and daily necessities, young pet owners also buy _______ products, like automatic feeders and high-tech pet monitors to take care of the pets while they are not at home. Other pet _______ include training, grooming, medical treatment and funerals for pets passing away.

The increase is partly because of people's attitudes towards pets, as more and more youth treat pets _______: companions or family members. It is natural to spend money on their family members," Liu Bo, a professor at China Agricultural University told Xinhua News Agency. This pattern of behavior ________ people's need for a better spiritual life."

1.A.movies B.TV C.concerts

2.A.teaching B.babysitting C.pet

3.A.provides B.offers C.gives

4.A.dead B.dying C.death

5.A.accidentally B.especially C.never

6.A.baby B.plant C.animal

7.A.normal B.traditional C.smart

8.A.presents B.jobs C.services

9.A.as B.with C.in

10.A.drives B.meets C.requires


The Palace Museum is the best museum ________ I’ve ever visited.

A.where B.which C.that


—Be careful! A car could have hit you!

— Thank you! I ________ I ________ so close to the road.

A.didn't know; was standing B.didn't know; am standing C.don't know; should stand


The teacher raised his voice so that he could make himself ________.

A.heard B.to hear C.hear


In our city, one third of the area________covered with green trees, but only forty percent of them ________ well looked after.

A.is; have B.is; are C.has; are


—Have you finished your project yet?

—Not yet, but I ________ it in half an hour.

A.will finish B.have finished C.could have finished


A human brain can do some things, such as creating new ideas, ________ than a computer.

A.worse B.better C.later


—Oh, I lost my chance again.

—Don't lose heart. One more effort ________, you will succeed.

A.so that B.and C.therefore


The teacher gave winter school uniforms to all the students except ________who had already taken them.

A.ones B.some C.the ones


Is Russia ________ European country?

Yes, it is. It's in ________ north of Asia.

A.an; the B.a; / C.a; the


??? Do you know this Chinese phrase? “A hero is known in the time of misfortune”. Zhong Nanshan is a hero like this. As a doctor, Zhong saved many people’s 1. (life) in fighting SARS(非典).

In 2003, SARS 2.(break) out in Guangdong. Later, it spread across China and other parts of the world. Patients coughed a lot and got fevers. Many people even died and everyone was afraid 3. it. But Zhong was brave enough 4.(fight) the disease. At that time, many doctors and nurses got SARS when they treated patients. Zhong wasn’t afraid. He let the most 5.(serious) sick patients stay in his hospital. Zhong spent days and nights 6.(find) the cause of the disease. Some experts said chlamydia(衣原体) was the main cause. 7., Zhong didn’t agree. He stuck to the truth and finally found a way to treat SARS. With his way, many patients began to get better. Zhong won 8.(people) trust.

To many people, Zhong is not just a doctor, but also 9. spokesperson for emergency public health cases. He 10.(provide) the public with health knowledge and makes suggestions about China’s public health system.


??? “To raise snails(蜗牛) well, you need to spray() water to the container(容器) every morning and evening, change soil every two weeks, and feed them with vegetables and sweet fruits,” said Sun Youxiang after raising snails for one year. He is a fourth grade primary school student in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. From three white jade snails at the very beginning to more than sixty snails of four generations now, he has done a great job for his science class.

Watching the reproduction( ) of animals is an uncommon experience for kids. Their creativity, patience and respect for life will be developed as they learn to take care of animals on their own. Sun’s teacher said the job served as a good example of life education. Practice is a necessary step in learning and it will benefit the kids for a life time.

Life education allows kids to know how to live with nature and creatures in a friendly way. Starting from this year, science will become an important subject as Chinese and math in primary schools in order to improve students’ knowledge about the things around us. Because of curiosity(好奇心), more kids will be willing to watch and think through practising. It will add to our knowledge of the world in the long run.

1.Which of the following is NOT mentioned about Sun Youxiang?

A.He is good at raising snails.

B.He makes a lot of friends by raising snails.

C.Raising snails is an interesting experience for him.

D.He becomes creative and patient through taking care of snails.

2.What does the underlined word “benefit” in Paragraph 2 mean?

A.Be aware of. B.Be harmful for. C.Be good for. D.Be popular with.

3.According to Paragraph 3, what can we learn from life education?

A.Nature and creatures are friendly to kids.

B.Life education can make kids more friendly.

C.Life education tells kids how to make friends.

D.Life education tells kids how to get on well with nature and creatures.

4.What is the main idea of the passage?

A.How to raise snails B.Patience, the key to success

C.The importance of life education D.How to think through practising


??? My grandfather had a small farm. He also worked in a factory.

One autumn, he promised to help his neighbor harvest(收获) his corn. But after harvesting his own corn, Grandpa's little machine broke down. At the same time, the factory where Grandpa worked began to require overtime(加班). He had to leave the farm early in the morning and didn't get home until after sunset. It now seemed impossible to help out his neighbor.

One night, Grandpa decided that he wouldn't let his neighbor's harvest rot(腐烂) in the field. Without a machine, he would harvest it by hand.

“When do you think you'll have time to do it” asked my grandma. “Besides, it'd be too dark.” “There's still one more full moon in October. If the weather is clear, I think I can do it,” he said.

And so a few days later, after lots of busy work at the factory, my grandpa made his way to the field. The weather was cold but clear, and the moon was glowing(发光). He worked through the night to keep his word.

Sometimes, when I want to put off responsibilities(责任), I'd see my grandfather cutting corn in the light of the harvest moon.

1.The writer's grandpa found it hard to help with his neighbor's harvest because ________.

he was too tired to work??

he had so much work in the factory

his machine for picking corn didn't work?

the weather was not clear enough

A.①② B.②③ C.③④ D.①④

2.The writer's grandpa helped his neighbor harvest the field ________.

A.after sunset B.early in the morning

C.with a full moon D.on a dark night

3.From the story, we know that Grandpa is ________.

A.honest and helpful B.lazy and silly

C.busy and crazy D.Independent and clever

4.What can we learn from the story?

A.A friend is easier lost than found. B.Actions speak louder than words.

C.Helping others is helping yourself. D.A man should keep his word.


??? Monaco is in the south of Europe, beside the Mediterranean Sea( ). Monaco is the second smallest country in the world. It is only 5.8 kilometers long and less than 1 kilometer wide. That’s about the same size as Central Park in New York. You can walk across the whole country in less than one hour.

It may be small, but Monaco is a rich country. The most famous part of Monaco is Monte Carlo. Monte Carlo is famous for its casinos. Many tourists come to visit the casinos——and they spend a lot of money there!

Mote Carlo is also home to a famous car race. Each May, the Formula One Grand Prix takes place around the streets of Monte Carlo. People come from all over the world to watch the race. The Mote Carla Grade Prix is exciting to watch because the roads are narrow(狭窄的),with many curves(弯道).

Monaco may be a tiny country, but it is an exciting place to visit.

1.How much time can it take if you want to walk across the whole country?

A.50 minutes B.Two hours C.One day D.Three weeks

2.What is the Formula One Grand Prix?

A.A car race. B.A casino. C.Part of Monaco. D.A street in Monte Carlo.

3.Why does the Mote Carla Grade Prix become so popular?

A.There are many people from all over the world.

B.You need to spend a lot of money.

C.The roads are narrow with many curves.

D.It’s famous for its casinos and they spend lots of money.

4.Which word is NOT fit for Monaco?

A.Small. B.Exciting. C.Rich. D.Crowded.


??? We sometimes call the lion “the king of the forest” , because it is stronger and more dangerous than other animals. It can _____________? faster than many animals and hunt the best. It is the highest animal in the_________? food chain.

In the sea, the shark is one of the animals at the top of the food chain. It can swim faster than? _______________ other sea animals, and it can use its big teeth to eat them.

What is at the top of the world’s food chain? People are! We are not the biggest or fastest, but we are the_____________. We could not run faster than cheetahs ( ), so we _________? cars and now we can move the fastest. We could not fight better than lions, so we invented guns. Now we can hunt the best.

People’s inventions are clever, but they can be ___________, too. For example, people built _____________, and now they make the air and rivers dirty.? This can make terrible changes._______ rivers kill? fish. Then bears cannot eat the fish. If we kill one part of the food chain, other parts will also die. Remember that we are a part of the food chain, ___________we are in danger, too! If we protect animals, we are protecting ________________! We could and we should do something for the world!

1.A.walk B.swim C.run

2.A.sea B.land C.mountain

3.A.most B.another C.any

4.A.strongest B.cleverest C.most important

5.A.used B.drove C.invented

6.A.interesting B.dangerous C.helpful

7.A.factories B.hotels C.schools

8.A.Dry B.Deep C.Dirty

9.A.or B.so C.but

10.A.ourselves B.oneself C.yourselves


—Your sweater looks great. Is it made________wool?

—Yes, and it is made________Australia.

A.of; in B.with; from C.from; of


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