高 2013 级高考适应性测试（B 卷）
1. 答第Ⅰ卷前，考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。 2. 选出每小题答案后，用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动
做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到 答题卡上。 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A,B,C 三个选项中选出最佳选项，并 标在试题的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。 每 段对话仅读一遍。 1. How long did it take the man to finish his paper? A. Less than 75 minutes. B. Less than 100 minutes. C. Almost 150 minutes. 2. Where does the man usually eat? A. At home. B. In his office. C. At a restaurant. 3. Which country does the man want to know about? A. Australia. B. America. C. Canada. 4. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The woman lost her way. B. The woman lost her keys. C. The woman lost her car. 5. Who will pay the telephone bill? A. The man. B. The woman. C. Mary. 第二节 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A,B,C 三个选项中选出 最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题 5 秒 钟；听完后，各个小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听下面一段对话，回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. Why is the man going to the US? A. To visit his friends. B. To attend a conference.
C. To study in University of California. 7. When will the man probably go to the United States? A. In early May. B. In mid- April. 听下面一段对话，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. Why does the woman mention the Sahara desert? A. She thinks the man likes foreign things. B. She watched a film about it last night. C. She wants to hitch-hike across the Sahara desert. 9. What kind of film does the woman like? A. Horror stories. B. Travel stories. 10. What do we know about the man? A. He gets sick of chips. B. He likes trying new food. C. He doesn’t like eating lunch with the woman. 听下面一段对话，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What is the man doing? A. Watching TV. B. Checking the time. 12. What will the woman do if the man doesn’t go to bed? A. Punish him. B. Take him to bed herself. 13. What is the man? A. A cook. B. A student. 听下面一段对话，回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. Where does the man want to go? A. Salt Lake City, USA. B. New York City, USA. 15. When will the man leave? A. On 21st. B. On 22nd. 16. How long will the man stay at Kennedy Airport? A. 35 minutes. B. 55 minutes. 17. What does the man ask for? A. A specially-prepared dinner. B. A discount price of the flight. C. A seat in the front of the plane. 听下面一段对话，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. How much does it take people over sixty to visit the center? A. $ 4.30. B. $3.70. 19. How can a school group get a special guided tour of the center? A. By giving a phone call before they arrive. B. By answering questions about what people have seen. C. By arranging it at the information desk when they arrive. 20. What is the latest attraction in the center? A. Seeing the undersea world in a tunnel. B. Feeding animals now and then.
C. In late April.
C. Love stories.
C. Preparing for a program. C. Give him ten more minutes. C. An actor.
C. Helsinki, Finland. C. On 23rd. C. 80 minutes.
C. Less than $2.
C. Eating in a family dining room on the beach.
第一节（共15小题；每小题2分，满分30分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C和D）中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。
To enjoy the Year of the Monkey Organized by Youth League Municipal Committee Date：7 February, 2016 —13 February, 2016 Time：10 am — 5 pm(every day) Place：Municipal Square Fee: $ 30 (buy four get one free) Programmes：drama, monkey dance, magic show and ballet performance Highlights: 1) enter the lucky draw to win a digital camera 2) learn to make wine Join us in the Fun Week! All are welcome! Note: ★Tickets are available at the General Office of Youth Centre. ★For those who would like to be a volunteer, please contact Ming Hui one week before the activity. 21. How much do you have to pay in total if five of you go together? A. $ 150. B. $ 120 C. $ 60. D. $ 30. 22. Which of the following statements is true? A. Tickets are sold in Youth League Municipal Committee. B. Free digital cameras are provided for everybody. C. It’s unnecessary to take snacks with you. D. Wine will be served without extra charge. 23. Where can you read this passage? A. In a report C. In a book B. In a poster D. In a Travel agency
B Goodbye to teeth This all started a few months ago, when I had a dull pain in the back of my mouth, around where one of my wisdom teeth was supposed to be coming in. I thought it was a pain that I could live with for a while. However, during the next few weeks, the pain became more intense, spreading to my teeth, gums and jaw. I was told I had seven wisdom teeth. Yes, you read that correctly, seven — three more than a normal person. My first reaction when I heard was to laugh. It's just my luck. My mouth wanted to do more work than it had to. Focusing on the positive, one of the great things about having extra teeth is watching people's reactions when they find out. So far, I haven't grown tired of repeating myself. The extra teeth are also a good excuse for me being tongue-tied. I can now blame it on my overcrowded mouth rather than my slow brain. Of course, with wisdom teeth come the intellect jokes. My parents say my intelligence comes from my extra teeth and not my hard work. My friends agree that once the teeth are pulled, my brain will be that of a 5-year-old. I've also thought about how I might profit from this. If only I still believed in the tooth fairy，I could make a lot of cash. Maybe I could sell my extras to someone in need. Advertisement: Seven teeth for sale, unused, in almost perfect condition. Don't be fooled by my jokes. I am worried about having surgery. I'm also going to be sad to see the Lucky Seven go. I've developed quite an attachment to them over the past two days. Once they're removed, I’ll just be normal again, and who wants that? 24. When the author found that she had three more wisdom teeth than a normal person, she______. A. found it quite funny C. was confused and anxious B. dealt with the pain calmly D. kept it secret from others
25. The intellect jokes from the author’s family and friends were intended to_______. A. persuade the author not to remove her wisdom teeth B. advise the author to work hard to improve her intelligence C. make fun of the author in a light-hearted way D. let the author know why she is often tongue-tied 26. When the author came up with the idea of tooth fairy, she_______. A. believed that her wisdom teeth would grow back B. thought she could rely on it to make a living C. had already made up her mind to make money D. was deeply aware that the idea couldn’t become reality
27. What’s the article mainly about? A. People’s different reactions to the author’s wisdom teeth B. How the author has gotten on with her extra wisdom teeth C. The author’s ideas for making use of her wisdom teeth D. How the author has decided to remove her wisdom teeth C A British tourist missing in Peru was seen by a local shortly after he was reported to have disappeared, a charity has said. Harry Greaves went missing on 7 April after he announced plans to spend a day on a solo mountain walk. The Lucie Blackman Trust said it was using an aircraft without a pilot to search the area around the village of Pisac. Mr Greaves was reportedly seen heading towards the village, although the sighting is unconfirmed. The 29-year-old, who is originally from Bronygarth near Oswestry, Shropshire, was expected to return on 10 April. Mr Greaves, a furniture maker who lives in Wrexham, arrived in Peru on 20 February, and attended a living course before visiting friends. He had emailed his family twice to tell them how much he was enjoying the visit. Ellen Greaves said a yellow tent spotted on a mountainside was almost certainly not owned by her brother. She said the British Embassy was now assisting, but called for a ―more coordinated effort‖ from authorities. ―What we really need is someone to be a central point of contact and coordinate the search and rescue,‖ she said. ―So far it's been Harry's friends — they're doing an amazing job, but they're not experienced in this.‖ Relatives have set up a fundraising page to find Mr Greaves, which has raised more than ? 27,000, exceeding its original ?25,000 target. ―He is an extremely genuine and caring person who acts from his heart and with pure honesty,‖ his family wrote on the page. 28. How soon was Harry Greaves expected to get back before he was missing? A. In one day. B. In two days. C. In three days. D. In four days. 29. What was really needed to rescue Harry according to Ellen Greaves? A. The help offered by the Lucie Blackman Trust. B. The money raised by Harry's relatives. C. The efforts made by Harry's friends. D. Someone experienced in being central of rescue 30. What does the underlined word ―exceeding‖ in the last paragraph mean? A. Going beyond. B. Equaling. C. Coming to. D. Achieving. 31. Which of the following can be the best title for the text? A. Harry Greaves: a Missing tourist 'spotted' in Peru. B. Harry Greaves: a good traveler. C. A very emergent rescue in Peru. D. The great aid from Harry Greaves’ friends and relatives.
D When we see men paying attention to their appearance, it’s easy to assume that they’re just trying to get partners. But our research on beards shows that beards probably evolved at least partly to help men strengthen their standing among other men. Men and women on average look very different from each other – partly thanks to men’s facial hair. And when we see differences between males and females, the explanation often boils down to evolution through sexual selection – the process that favours something that increases mating opportunities. But interestingly, women don’t seem that interested in beards. While some studies have found that women like a bit or even a lot of facial hair on men, other studies have reported that they prefer the clean-shaven look. The lack of consistent evidence means we can’t conclude that beards evolved because women were attracted to them. Researchers have therefore suggested that a second type of sexual selection may hold the answer. To reproduce, it’s often not enough to simply be attractive. You also have to compete with the same sex for mating opportunities. The funny, shy guy at the back of the bar isn’t going to stand a chance when competing with his aggressive brothers otherwise. And there’s evidence that beards evolved to help men do just that. In times with a greater proportion of single men competing for fewer women, beards and moustaches became more fashionable. A man’s ability to grow a thick beard isn’t actually neatly linked to his testosterone (男性荷尔蒙) levels. Despite this, a number of studies have suggested that both men and women regard men with beards as older, stronger and more aggressive than others. And dominant men can get more mating opportunities by frightening rivals to stand aside. 32. What makes men differ from women? A. Men’s expressions. C. Men’s ability. A. differ men from women B. are preferred to be clean-shaven C. help a man win sexual selection D. make the shy guy stand behind the bar 34. What happened when there were more single men but fewer women? A. Beards were more popular. B. Men were not aggressive. C. More men could not get married. D. People liked dominant men. 35. What do we learn about beards from the text? A. They are used to attract females. B. They make men dominant. C. They interest women. D. They are not important now. B. Men’s appearance. D. Men’s facial hair.
33. According to the Researchers beards ______.
根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Millions of people are searching for jobs every day and the number keeps adding up by the minute. The smart people, and there isn’t a lot, turn to the online community for answers and jobs. 36 The Internet has gone through a major revolution over the past few years, and it isn’t the same as it was back in 2005! It lets companies and customers interact. Still don’t get it? I mean it lets companies get their customers’ opinions and give them cash. 37 38 Easy as taking candy from a baby. This is becoming a very popular job because it is really easy to do even if you do not have any education or experience in any work sector or online business. most important tool, your brain! 39 The answer is simple! 40 Microsoft is making a new Companies think that it is smarter to know whether or not the consumer like you, likes their new product before they mass produce it and ship it all over the world. product and they ask the consumers if they like it. If they do, Microsoft will mass produce it and make profits. But if they hadn’t asked and no one liked it, they would have lost a lot of money! A. Why are companies paying me for my opinion? B. The rest keep searching with few chances. C. The first thing is to figure out what you want to do. D. In other words, online surveys. E. You simply give your opinion and you get paid. F. Let’s say for example. G. You can still get a good job without the Internet. You start making money the second you join, you only need to have a PC with Internet connection and the
第一节 完形填空（共20小题；每小题1.5分，满分30分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给四个选项（A、B、C和D）中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选 项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 This is a story about a learning experience. The teacher in it did not assign homework, give me tests or even 41 me on my work. 42 44 for seconds, and remembered that,
― My wallet! Where is it?‖ I found my wallet missing, crying. I searched my then realized that I had left my but the library wasn’t 45 43 then. 46 wallet in the library’s public restroom! I
When I got there the next day, all I found was a remember ever 47
restroom. This was the first time I could
to see a clean bathroom. When walking out, I looked at myself in the mirror 48 fool in front of me. Then I could only hope the person cleaning the
shaking my head at the
had found my wallet. So I politely
an old lady reading her book at the front desk. I asked her if she 51 she found a good place to
found a wallet in the bathroom the day before. She didn’t answer me 52
herself away from her book. The she peered at me from behind the thick glasses parked on her nose, 53 accepted the fact that my wallet was gone, which 55 . A week later, having 56 54 sixty dollars
saying ― No‖ . Finally I
and many other irreplaceable personal my license missing, I received a little sheet of paper 59 58 57
my bank card and reported
package. It was my wallet! Everything was there and there was a
up in one of the wallet pockets. I slowly unfolded the paper and it read: ... the
watching over you last week will always be close. From then on, I promised myself I would help others the way this person helped me. I will 60
this example. 41. A. grade 42. A. pocket 43. A. little 44. A. distinctly 45. A. closed 46. A. dirty 47. A. hating 48. A. nervous 49. A.floor 50. A. interviewed 51. A. because 52. A. push 53. A. certainly 54. A. contained 55. A. cards 56. A. checked 57. A. mysterious 58. A. stuck 59. A. angel 60. A. set B. praise B. bag B. precious B. possibly B. advanced B. spotless B. liking B. forgetful B. library B. saw B. until B. make B. naturally B. consisted B. items B.bought B. heavy B. folded B. lady B. copy C. examine C. room C. private C. suddenly C. accessible C. empty C. wanting C. curious C. restroom C. recognized C. after C. pull C. reluctantly C. held C. notes C. applied C. addressable C. given C. assistant C. learn D. scold D. memory D. expensive D. painfully D. cleaned D. smelly D. refusing D. disappointed D. desk D. approached D. while D. find D. willingly D. had D. photos D. canceled D. acceptable D. put D. deliverer D. follow
高 2013 级高考适应性测试（B 卷）
注意：将答案写在答题卡上，写在本试卷上无效。 第二节（共10小题; 每小题1.5分，满分15分） 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容（1个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 More Chinese Cities Encourage 2.5-day Weekend Weekends don’t start until Saturday, but for many 61 (employee) it starts from Friday — though 62 are physically present in their offices, 63 (mental) they’re already in a weekend state of mind. Some Chinese cities are now turning this into reality, 64 (extend) weekend holidays to two-and-a-half days, which means a half work-day on Fridays. Cities in northern China’s Jinzhong in Shanxi Province and eastern China’s Ji’an in Jiangxi Province officially 65 (introduce) this new system today. 66 for now, the rules are only applicable to people working in public institutions. 67 (ensure) work efficiency, both cities have regulated some 68 (addition) rules. For example, in Jinzhong, the 69 (lose) hours have to be made up by working extra hours during weekdays. The proposal was introduced last August 70 the State Council in order to boost tourism and consumption for a better economy.
第四部分 改错 写作（共两节，满分35分）
第一节 短文改错（共10小题; 每小题1分，满分10分） 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。作文中共有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧）并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2.只允许修改10处，多者（从第11处起）不计分。 What do you do if you get sick or need medical care? You probably go to hospital. But in the US, a new way of visiting the doctor is come — telemedicine. Telemedicine is a method that it uses technology connect doctors and patients. It takes advantage of apps, phone and videoconferencing. Under the help of the Internet, people can get diagnosed and treat at home. Based on the 2016 Women’s Health Behavior Index from Lippe Taylor, an agency that specialize in marketing to women, 35 percent of women are choosing telemedicine over a office visit. In this way, they avoid wait rooms that are fully of sick people. 第二节 写作（满分25分） 假定你是李华。你的英国朋友 Karl 暑期将来你所在的城市学习汉语，他来信向你征求课外运动 的建议。请你根据以下要点写一封回信。 1. 建议运动方式；
2. 说明理由； 3. 表达祝愿。 注意：1. 词数 100 左右； 2. 可以适当增加细节，以使行文连贯； 3. 开头结尾已给出，但不计入总词数。 Dear Karl, I’m delighted to know you will come to China to study Chinese this summer.
高 2013 级高考适应性测试（B 卷）
第Ⅰ卷（共 100 分） 第一部分（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分）
1-5 AACBC 21-23 BCB 36-40 BDEAF 41-45 ADBAC
6-10 BBBAB 24-27ACDB
11-15 ABBCB 16-20 CACCA 28-31 CDAA 32-35 DCAB
第二部分（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分）
第三部分（共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分）
51-55 BCCAB 56-60 DABAD
（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 62. they 67. To ensure 63. mentally 64. extending 65.introduced 68. additional 69. lost 70. by
61. employees 66.But
第二节 短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） What do you do if you get sick or need medical care? You probably go to hospital. But in the US, a new way of visiting the doctor is come—telemedicine. coming Telemedicine is a method that it uses technology ∧connect doctors and patients. It takes to advantage of apps, phone and videoconferencing. Under the help of the Internet, people can get phones With diagnosed and treat at home. Based on the 2016 Index from Lippe Taylor, an agency that treated specialize in marketing to women, 35 percent of women are choosing telemedicine over a office specializes an visit. In this way, they avoid wait rooms that are fully of sick people. waiting full 第三节 书面表达（25 分） Possible version Dear Karl, I’m delighted to know you will come to China to study Chinese this summer. As for taking exercise after school, here I have some suggestions to share with you. Swimming in the river or swimming pools is strongly recommended partly because it is hot in summer here, and partly because the places for swimming are easily accessible. In addition, climbing is extremely good for your health and time can be scheduled flexibly. So climbing mountains is also not a bad choice. No matter which you choose, making sure of your safety is the first thing. If you have any other problems, please contact me without hesitation. I believe you will have a good time during the stay in China. Best wishes!
Yours, 评分原则 1. 本题总分为 25 分，按 5 档次给分。
2. 评分时，先根据文章的内容和语言初步确定其所属档次，然后以该档次的要求来衡量，确定或 调整档次，最后给分。 3. 评分时，应注意的主要内容为：内容要点、应用词汇和语法的准确性、上下文的连贯性及语言 的得体性。 4. 拼写与标点符号是语言准确性的一个方面，评分时，应视其对交际的影响程度予以考试。 5. 如书写较差，以至影响交际，将分数降低一个档次。 一、内容要点： 1- 2 运动方式; 3-4.理由; 要点认定： 1. 考生必须有较完整的句子表达出要点。如只有关键词而无主谓结构，不可视为要 点写出。 2. 围绕要点的发挥，如有语言错误，则扣语言分。 四、为了操作方便，按表达要点的多少和使用语言的情况，划分为五个档次，列表说明如下： 档次 五 四 三 二 一 得分 21—25 16—20 11—15 6—10 0—5 要点数 5 4 3 2 1 语言情况 语言基本无误，行文连贯，表达清楚。 注意： 1. 原则 上应 5.祝愿。
语言有少量错误，行文基本连贯，表达基本清楚。 按照考 生所 语言有一些错误，尚能达意。 语言错误很多，影响表达。 只能写出与所要求内容有关的一些单词。 表达的 要点 数归档 。如 语 言 错 误 多，可 降一
档，如语言表达较好，可打该档最高分或上升一档。 2.在同一档次内，根据语言错误的多少确定五个分值。 1— 2 个错误，取该档次分值的高线。 3—4 个错误，取该档次分值的中线。 5 个错误，取该档次分值的低线。 6 个以上降一档，10 个左右错误取其降档后的低线。 录音材料原文：
Text 1 W: How long did you have to write your paper? M: We were given 150 minutes, but I finished in less than half the time. Text 2 M: Do you cook at home? W: No, neither my husband nor I cook. We usually go out to restaurants. M: Oh, I like cooking. My wife is good at cooking, too. I don’t like the food in restaurants. Text 3 M: Hi, Linda, I want to know something about Canada. I heard that you once lived there. W: Oh, I once lived in Australia and America when I was young, but not in Canada. Text 4 M: Think it over carefully. You must have left it somewhere. W: But the problem is that I have to have it now. I need it to drive home, and when I get home, to open the door. Text 5 M: I have to pay the telephone bill this morning, and finish my paper by this afternoon. W: Don’t worry. I asked Mary to pay the telephone bill for you. You just concentrate on your paper. Text 6 W: Why don’t you sit down? Now, there are several questions I must ask you if you don’t mind. M: Not at all. Go ahead. W: What is the purpose of your visit to the United States? M: I’m going to attend a conference on air pollution. It will be held in the first two weeks of May at the University of California. W: The University of California? M: Yes, here is the official letter of invitation. W: I see. Fine. When do you want to go? M: I’d like to leave in mid-April if my passport is ready by then. W: That shouldn’t be difficult. Why don’t you phone me about April 10th? I should be able to give you an answer, then. M: Thank you. Text 7 W: Did you see the late night film on television yesterday? M: The one on Channel 6? W: No, on Channel 8. It was about a couple who hitch-hiked across the Sahara desert. M: No, I didn’t. Was it any good? W: Well, it was quite good, I suppose, but all those miles of sand did get a bit boring after a while. I think I prefer horror films to travel stories or love stories. M: I went out for a meal with my friends. They took me to a Greek restaurant. W: Sounds unusual! What was the food like? M: Actually, I quite liked it. W: I’m not keen on foreign food myself. I’d rather stick to roast beef or just fish and chips. M: Yes. I notice you always eat chips! Don’t you ever get sick of chips?
W: No, never. In fact, I’d rather eat chips than bread. M: Well, I prefer trying new food to eating the same old things day after day. W: I see. So you won’t be coming to the caféat lunchtime with me, then. You’d rather eat on your own, right? M: Well,… Text 8 W: Hey, Tom. Do you know what time it is? M: Um, actually, I don’t. W: It’s bedtime, Tom! You have to get up early for school tomorrow. M: But it’s just 10:20… W: So you do know what time it is! M: Mum, this show is so fun! Just let me finish watching it. W: No. You have to go to bed. It’s just a man in strange clothes playing the fool on TV. Don’t waste your time on a show like that. M: I think he’s the second Chaplin… W: Whatever, you have two choices. You either turn off the TV and go to bed yourself, or I pick you up and take you there. M: Oh, mum, just give me ten more minutes. He’s so funny… Text 9 W: Freedom Travel. How may I help you? M: Yes, I’d like to make a flight reservation for 23rd of this month. W: Ok. What is your destination? M: Well, I’m flying to Helsinki, Finland. W: OK. Let me check what flights are available. And when will you be returning? M: Oh, well, I’d like to catch a return flight on 29th. Oh, and I’d like the cheapest flight available. W: OK. Let me see. Um, hmm… M: Yeah? W: Well, the price for the flight is almost double the price you would pay if you leave the day before. M: Oh, let’s go with the cheaper flight. By the way, how much is it? W: It’s only $980. M: Alright. Well, let’s go with that. W: OK. That’s flight 1070 from Salt Lake City to New York, Kennedy Airport, changing to flight 90 from Kenney to Helsinki. M: And what are the departure and arrival times for each of those flights? W: It leaves Salt Lake City at 10:00 am, arriving in New York at 4:35 pm, then changing to flight 90 at 5:55 pm, and arriving in Helsinki at 8:30 am the next day. M: Alright. And, uh, I’d like to request a meal without meat. W: Sure, no problem. Text 10 Good morning, everyone. Welcome to the new Sea Life Center at Plymouth. The Sea Life Center is a really exciting place. There are so many things to see here. Everything is enjoyable. It costs $3.70 for grown-ups,$2 for children and less for over sixties and school
groups. It’s open from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm every day except the 25th and 26th of December. Special attractions include hourly feeding times for all the different animals and fish, and shows in the sea theatre. Someone is always there to answer questions about what you’ve seen. If you are in a group of six or more people, we can give you a special guided tour of the center. But you need to talk with someone at the information desk when you arrive. The latest attraction is a big glass tunnel you can walk through. All around you, you will see fish swimming –something even over your head. You certainly have the clearest view of the undersea world. Children love it and it’s really amazing for grown-ups, too. When you get hungry, there is a relaxing family dining room serving food. That’s all. For more information, phone 01743-564219. Have a good time. Thank you. 欢迎访问―高中试卷网‖——http://sj.fjjy.org