5. What probably will the woman buy?
神州智达 2015 年高考模拟试题
A. An iPhone5s.
B. An iPhone6. C. An iPhone6 plus.
/>第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 22. 5 分）
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。听完每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小 题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. What is the weather probably like these days? A. Sunny. A. Go hiking. B. Windy. B. Have fun indoors. C. Go cycling. C. Terrible. 7. What fun will they probably have today? 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What does the guest apologize for when he arrives at the front desk? A .He forgot to pay. B. He is late checking out. C. The kids used the pool when it was closed. 9. How does the guest feel about staying in the hotel? A. Angry. B. Disappointed. C. Satisfied. 10. What was the guest charged for besides the room rate? A. Telephone use. B. Some drinks. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Why does the girl quarrel with Lily? A. They don‘t agree on something. B. Lily always talks behind her back. C. Lily always tells lies. 12. What does the man do after learning about the girls‘ fight? A. He quarrels with the girl. B. He gives the girl advice. C. He doesn‘t care who is right. 13. What will the girl do next? A. Say hello to Lily. B. Say sorry to Lily. C. Pass the phone to the man. C. A fridge.
本试卷分第 I 卷(选择题)和第 II 卷(非选择题)两部分。考生作答时，将答案答在答题 卡上，在本试卷上答题无效。考试结束后，将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。 注意事项： 1. 答题前，考生务必先将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上，认真核对条形码上 的姓名、准考证号，并将条形码粘贴在答题卡的指定位置上。 2. 选择题答案使用 2B 铅笔填涂, 如需改动，用橡皮擦干净后，再选涂其他答案的标号； 非选择题答案使用 0. 5 毫米的黑色中性（签字）笔或碳素笔书写，字体工整、笔迹清楚。 3. 请按照题号在各题的答题区域(黑色线框)内作答，超出答题区域书写的答案无效。 4. 保持卡面清洁，不折叠，不破损。
第一部分： 听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
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；第小题 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 佳答案，并标在试卷的相应位置。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. Where does the conversation take place? A. At a station. B. In a restaurant. C. At an airport. 2. How is the man going home? A. By bus. B. By car. C. On foot. 3. What did the woman do last weekend? A. Went to work. B. Went for a walk. C. Went boating. C. In the hall.
4. Where is the umbrella? A. On the bus. B. In the bag.
听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. What are they talking about? A. Family‘s income. B. Junk food and climate. C. Factors that affect people‘s size. 15. Which group is likely to be overweight? A. Low-income group. B. People in hot climate. C. People addicted to cigar. 16. What is true about Jack? A. He is on a diet. B. He is heavier than before. C. He has got enough exercise. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What does the tour guide say is illegal in Los Cabos? A. Being drunk in public. B. Standing on buses. C. Eating on buses. 18. What can tourists do in San Jose, Los Cabos? A. Swim in the water. B. Walk along the water. C. Dance in the water. 19. What place is recommended for tourists to exchange money? A. At a credit card center. B. At the hotel. C. At a bank. 20. What advice does the tour guide give about the luggage? A. To take the luggage off the bus. B. To give the luggage to Javier. C. To leave the luggage on the bus.
A It took Harriette Thompson more than seven hours to run a marathon last Sunday in San Diego. But that was awfully good, considering she's 91 and recovering from cancer. In fact, she beat the previous record for women 90 and up by two hours and 45 minutes. She also became the second-oldest woman to complete a marathon in U.S. history, according to the running site Competitor.com. The previous mark was 9 hours, 53 minutes and 8 seconds by Gladys Burrill, then 92, at the 2010 Honolulu Marathon. Thompson finished Sunday's race in 7 hours, 7 minutes and 42 seconds. It was her 15th marathon in 16 years. She started running the San Diego race at age 76, missing only last year's because of oral cancer. Thompson has been battling skin cancer recently. She told reporters she had undergone nine radiation treatments in 11 days, the last one coming just a month before the race. She wore bandages and tights to cover wounds left by the treatment. Thompson runs every year to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society（白血病&淋 巴瘤学会）. Her brother died from lymphoma in February. "Everybody in my family has died of cancer. It's sort of in our genes." She told reporters that if she's alive and able to compete, she'll run the San Diego marathon again next year. "If I'm still here next year, I think I'll probably be able to train better and be in better shape," Thompson told the Observer. "If I'm able, I'll try again." 21. What is the new record for women 90 and up? A. 7h07'42''. B. 9h53'08''. C. 2h45'. D. 4h22'. 22. What can we learn about Thompson from the passage? A. There was sporting talent in her family genes. B. She is the oldest woman to have run the marathon. C. She has run the San Diego marathon 16 times. D. She didn‘t run the San Diego marathon last year. 23. For what does Harriette Thompson run every year? A. To remember her brother. B. To fight against her skin cancer.
第二部分： 阅读理解（共 20 小题;每小题 2 分，满分 40 分）
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。
C. To raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. D. To become the oldest woman to complete a marathon. 24. Which could be the best title for the passage? A. 91-Year-Old Woman Breaks Marathon Record B. 91-Year-Old Woman Survives Cancer Family
C. 91-Year-Old Woman Runs for Cancer D. Love Marathon, Love Life B In the UK, it's common to fly the nest at a fairly young age. When Luke Sibson went to university he thought he would be starting a new journey in life and getting his own place. But lack of jobs and the high cost of living made Luke change his plans. He was forced back to his mum's house at the age of 27. "There's something very difficult about being an adult living in an environment where you're still a child," he says. "It limits me socially; sometimes I feel it limits me professionally." And he's not alone: a quarter of young adults in the UK now live with their parents. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said more than 3.3 million adults between the ages of 20 and 34 are currently living at home with their parents. Indeed, many young people have no choice but to stay at ―the hotel of Mum and Dad‖. Krissy had to return home after a year away and now lives in rather cramped conditions, sharing the family's three-bedroom house with her two brothers and one sister. She says they end up getting on each other's nerves when it's time to use the bathroom in the morning. Anna Katz lives with her parents in London. ―I am 29 and live at home. I am doing a PhD and moved back when the funding（资金） ran out. I get on well with my parents. They leave me to it and treat me like an adult. "Anna says that she will move out eventually but in the meantime finds living at home a positive experience. So for some it's a win-win situation – spending time with your families, and saving money. 25. How does Luke feel about living in his parents‘ home? A. Happy. B. Tired. C. Content. D. Disappointed. 26. What is making young people in the UK go back to their parents' homes? A. Laziness. B. Loneliness. C. Pressure from parents. D. Lack of jobs and high rents. 27. What does the underlined word ―cramped‖ in Paragraph 4 mean? A. Warm and sweet. B. Small and crowded. C. Random but friendly. D. Noisy but comfortable.
28. What can we infer from Anna‘s example? A. It‘s good to live with parents. B. It‘s expensive to live in London. C. Living with parents will get you a PhD. D. Young people are not encouraged to be independent. C Scientists have decoded（破译） for the first time the meanings of chimpanzee（黑猩猩） gestures and created a "dictionary". Researchers at the University of St Andrews observed the behaviors of more than 80 wild chimps in Uganda. They found that the animals use 66 gestures, from arm raises to ground slaps to foot stomps, to communicate 19 meanings. When one chimp taps another, for example, it means ―stop that.‖ A big loud scratch means ―travel with me," while raising an arm means ―I want that‖ or ―give me that.‖ The findings were published this week in the journal Current Biology. ―There is abundant evidence that chimpanzees and other apes gesture with purpose." Dr. Richard Byrne, a primatologist and psychology professor at the university, said in a written statement. Byrne and a colleague spent 18 months observing more than 80 chimps in Uganda's Budongo Forest. The researchers recorded the chimps' interactions and analyzed 4,500 instances of chimps gesturing to each other, noting the motions the chimps used and how other chimps responded. The researchers identified 15 meanings associated with 36 gestures. While the researchers consider the new finding a step toward understanding the evolution of human language, other scientists expressed their doubt. "The vagueness（含糊） of the gesture meanings suggest either that the chimps have little to communicate, or we are still missing a lot of the information contained in their gestures and actions," Dr. Susanne Shultz, a University of Manchester evolutionary biologist, told the BBC. "Moreover, the meanings seem to not go beyond what other less advanced animals convey with non-verbal communication. So, it seems the gulf（分歧） remains." 29. What have the researchers at the University of St. Andrews achieved? A. They have created a basic chimpanzee gesture ?dictionary‘. B. They have found chimps use gestures to communicate. C. They analyzed 4,500 instances of chimps gesturing to each other. D. They have understood the evolution of human language better. 30. What body language does a chimp use when asking for something? A. Present its foot. B. Tap another chimp.
C. Raise its arm. D. Scratch loudly. 31. What‘s Shultz‘s attitude towards the new finding? A. Doubtful. B. Cautious. C. Positive. D. Approving. D 3-Day Wine-Tasting Tour Through Victoria and the Gulf Islands Departure point Vancouver Metro Area Departure time 9am Duration 3 days/ 2 nights Return details Returns back to Vancouver Metro Area Day One: Vancouver - Salt Spring Island Depart Vancouver at 9am and travel through south of the city, arriving at the ferry terminal at Tsawwassen in time to catch the first morning ship. Arrive on Salt Spring Island in time for lunch and wine tastings at two wineries(葡萄酒酿造 厂). Overnight on Salt Spring Island. Day Two: Salt Spring Island - Saanich Peninsula - Victoria After breakfast (included), enjoy a late morning departure on a short ferry ride to Vancouver Island, where you‘ll visit wineries and taste some wine on the Saanich Peninsula. Arrive in Victoria in the late afternoon, taking a city tour. Overnight in Victoria. Day Three: Victoria - Butchart Gardens - Vancouver In the early morning, you‘re free to explore on your own or accompany your guide on a walking tour of Victoria's Inner Harbour, where all the main attractions are located – the Empress Hotel, Legislature Building, Wax Museum, Royal BC Museum, Bug Zoo, Maritime Museum, Pioneer Square and Fan Tan Ally, plus the Inner Harbour walkway itself. Entrance to one attraction is included in your tour price. Victoria is British Columbia's capital and home to Butchart Gardens. You‘ll departure for Butchart Gardens in the late morning. Afternoon tea at the gardens is included; spend the afternoon exploring the gardens before your return trip to Vancouver via the ferry. Inclusions ? Private driver/guide
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Deluxe（豪华） accommodation Daily Breakfast Wine tasting at specified wineries Afternoon tea at Butchart Gardens Victoria Inner Harbour walking tour Transportation by coach (dependent on group size) and ferries Hotel pickup and drop-off
How do I book this tour or activity? Easy! Click the link below to check pricing & availability on your preferred travel date. 32. From where does the tour start? A. Victoria B. Vancouver C. Salt Spring Island D. Butchart Gardens 33. When will the tourists have the fun of wine tasting? A. On Day One. B. On Day Two. C. On Day One and Day Two. D. On Day Two and Day Three. 34. In Victoria your tour price includes_____. A. admission to Wax Museum and Bug Zoo B. admission to Butchart Gardens and tips to the guide C. admission to all the attractions in the Inner Harbour D. admission to one attraction and the Inner Harbour walking tour 35. You can find the price information of the tour_____. A. on the website B. in a newspaper C. by telephone D. at the ticket office 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 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。 Several Easy Ways to Wake Up Happy Every Day If you often wake up feeling stressed and miserable, you may want to know a few tricks to wake up happy every day. Here are several tried and true ways to wake up happy every day.
1. 36 One of the best ways to free your worries is to make a list of all your worries. If you have some important tasks to accomplish tomorrow, make a list too. You will fall asleep knowing that you won‘t forget anything and wake up feeling more refreshed. 2. Read a good book Switch off your laptop and TV, turn your phone on silent and read a good book. will let your creativity flow. 3. Get enough sleep Lack of sleep can leave you feeling stressed and it can contribute to your misery. When you get enough sleep, your body copes with stress a whole lot better and you feel much better during the day. 38 4. Make plans Break the habit of thinking about your work before bed. Instead, plan something you can look forward to. 39_Plan to go to the cinema, meet your friend for coffee, have a shopping trip or anything that will make you smile and happy. 5. Eat a healthy breakfast This may sound strange, but eating a healthy breakfast can help you feel happier in the morning. Never skip breakfast. 40 Eating a breakfast you enjoy will give you energy to start a new day and prevent you from reaching for unhealthy snacks. Happiness plays an important role in our daily lives. Since inner happiness heals everything, you should learn to be happy with who you are. This way, true happiness will definitely follow! A. Fall asleep happy B. Let go of your worries C. Try to prepare something you like. D. Reading at bedtime is a great way to relax. E. So make sure you get 7-8 hours of sleep every night. F. Morning reading is a perfect source of stress relief. G. Remember you need a small reward after hard work. 第三部分： 英语知识运用 (共两节，满分 45 分) 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，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、 C 和 D）中，选出可以填入的 空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 Sunday's heavy, wet snowfall knocked out power to many Michigan families. Many people 41 power for several days during the Christmas holidays. So did my family. 42 the Bavarian Inn
and Lodge 43 us a discounted rate .We were very 44 such cold days. From the time we 45
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disabled, and I was 47 about a long walk from the parking lot to our room, but the front desk easily managed to accommodate my 49 37 Plus, it room, and there were
51 of parking spaces near all of the entry doors. There are several entrances 53 at all with parking. Our room blankets. 56 to do. the pools and the
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My son is ten, and he had a wonderful time in playing indoor golf. He also 57 water slides. There was a lot to do to keep his mind 59 . The staff also tried to make our stay homey, including but we had a warm Christmas here. 41. A. lost 42. A. Honestly 43. A. provided 44. A. grateful 45. A. applied 46. A. coldly 47. A. curious 48. A. clerk 49. A. order 50. A. high 51. A. plenty 52. A. entry 53. A. time 54. A. hard 55. A. secret 56. A. kids 57. A. enjoyed 58. A. away 59. A. inn 60. A. making up B. had B. Luckily B. affected B. excited B. moved B. fairly B. concerned B. waiter B. request B. top B. quantities B. room B. trouble B. soft B. busy B. students B. relaxed B. from B. Sunday B. cooking up C. left C. Finally C. supplied C. disappointed C. checked C. popularly C. cautious C. operator C. review C. first C. varieties C. hotel C. luck C. powerful C. friendly C. girls C. had C. on C. Christmas C. dressing up D. stored
the fact that we were not in our home for 60 a ham dinner with potatoes,
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第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分） 假如你是李华。你的美国网友 Frank 给你发 email 抱怨他父母要送他去寄宿学校上学。请 第 II 卷 注意：将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。 2. 寄宿学校能锻炼人的交际能力； 第三部分：英语知识运用 (共两节，满分 45 分) 第二节（共 10 小题; 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 （不多于 3 个单词） 或括号内单词的正确形式。 Nobody likes to be called a liar, but is it okay to lie sometimes? People can lie 61 many different reasons. Often when someone refers to a 'white lie', they believe keep someone from getting hurt or that nine 65 protect someone. They may even be trying to impress someone 64 62 is a lie told to 63 (suffer ) embarrassment. They may say they are lying to gain attention. I bet you 2. 开头已给出，不计入总词数。 Dear Frank, I was sorry to hear that you are unhappy about being sent to a boarding school.___________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ I hope everything will be fine with you! Yours truly, Li Hua 3. 寄宿学校的氛围能够使人更好地为将来做好准备。 参考词汇：boarding school 寄宿学校 注意：1.词数：100左右。 你根据以下要点，用英语写一篇100词左右的回信安慰他。 1. 寄宿学校生活可以培养人的独立性；
(time) out of ten, the liar is really trying to protect him or herself! 67 what do you tell her?
The liar is either not wanting to tell the truth about 66 someone looks. For example, your friend gets a new haircut. You really think she looks like a disaster, You say she looks "cute". Why did you lie? To protect 68 feel awful and watch her cry. But believe me, there is a her you 70 ( think) this style really looks good. 69 (you). You don't want to make her (good) way! Tell her the TRUTH!
You don't have to tell her she looks like the dog's breakfast or that she looks really awful. Tell 第四部分：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） 假如英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌的以下作文。文中共有 10 处错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（∧），并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（＼）划掉。 修改：在错词下面划一横线，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 处不计分。 While other kids of his age are playing video games, 10-year-old Jonas Corona is helping homeless. When he was 4 year old, his family took him to feed homeless people. Two years later, he was inspiring to do more to help kids with food or shelter. Corona was so young to volunteer at shelters, so he found his own nonprofit, Love in the Mirror, to help homeless children."I chose the name because it reminds me with the song Look in the Mirror. Whenever I listen to the song, I will think of those that don‘t have toys and clothes. Every kid should look in the mirror and love them," Corona wrote in a letter. His efforts had influenced some of the 1.16 million homeless schoolchildren since 2011.
神州智达 2015 年高考模拟试题 英语（八）
第一部分 听力 1—5 CABCA 第二部分 阅读理解 第一节 A 91 岁老奶奶哈利雅特·汤普森（Harriette Thompson）虽然两次患癌，但是她顽强地 同病魔做斗争，并且坚持参加马拉松比赛，这一次是她参加的 15 个马拉松比赛，她 7 小时 7 分钟 42 秒跑完全程 26 英里，创了 90 岁及以上年龄组的马拉松新记录。 21. A. 细节理解题。根据文章第二段第一句和第三段第一句可得出答案是 A 项。 22. D. 推理判断题。根据文章第三段最后一句 missing only last year's 可得出答案是 D 项。 23. C. 细节理解题。根据文章第二段最后一句可得出答案是 C 项。 24. A. 文章标题。这篇新闻报道主要介绍了 91 岁的老奶奶创了新的马拉松记录。 B 英国人在传统上一直注重独立自由，一般情况下，孩子们学校毕业后就得离开父母，谋 职独立生活。可近年来，不少大学生毕业后又搬回家里，像小鸟儿一样，会飞了，却还要飞 回父母的老巢，继续住在自己住过的房间，而不是自己花钱去租房子住。但是作为成年人同 父母同住，有利有弊。 25. D. 推理判断题。 根据第一段 Luke 的话语， 可以判断他作为成年人在父母家中的种种不 方便和自己的无能为力，可知答案是 D 项。 26. D. 推理判断题。根据第一段 lack of jobs and the high cost of living made Luke change his plans 和其它的搬回家与父母同住的例子分析可知答案是 D 项。 27. B. 词义推测题。根据 Krissy 对家中生活情形的抱怨，推断答案是 B 项。 28. A. 推理判断题。 根据最后一段中的 a positive experience 和 a win-win situation, 推断答 案是 A 项。 C
腿部的动作做成词典。 29. A. 主旨大意。根据第一段第一句 Scientists have decoded for the first time the meanings of chimpanzee gestures and created a "dictionary" 和第二段最后一句 The researchers identified 15 meanings associated with 36 gestures.可知答案是 A 项。 30. C. 细节理解题。根据第一段 while raising an arm means ―I want that‖ or ―give me that.‖可判 断答案为 C 项。 31. A. 推理判断题。 根据倒数第二段 other scientists expressed their doubt.和最后一段内容可 推断答案是 A。 D 本文是关于温哥华＋维多利亚三日游的一篇广告。 32. B. 细节理解题。根据文意标题下 Departure point Vancouver Metro Area 和第一天行程标 题可知答案是 B 项。 33. C. 细节理解题。 根据第一天 Arrive on Salt Spring Island in time for lunch and wine tastings at two wineries.第二天??where you‘ll visit wineries and taste some wine??得知答案是 C 项。 34. D. 细节理解题。 根据 Inclusions 所列第六点 Victoria Inner Harbour walking tour 结合第三天 旅游中的 Entrance to one attraction is included in your tour price.得知答案是 D 项。 35. A. 推理判断题。根据最后一段 Click the link below 可知正确答案为 A 项。 第二节 36—40 BDEGC 第三部分 英语知识运用 第一节 完形填空 极端天气导致了密歇根州大面积停电。 作者记述了自己幸运地受到了当地一家旅馆的贴心 照顾，在旅馆渡过了一个温暖的圣诞。作为一个残疾人能够在雪灾中和家人一起过一个温暖的 圣诞，她内心充满了感恩之情。 41. A. 根据第一句 snowfall knocked out power 可知许多人家里没电了 。 42. B. 根据下文“当地旅馆还给打了折”。所以应该是“幸运地”。 43. D. 根据下文得知作者是残疾人，旅馆给打了折。offer a discount 给折扣 44. A. 在雪灾中，能有个暖和的地方住，作者很“感激”。 45. C. 从入住到离开 check in 入住
46. D. 根据下文旅馆对作者的贴心照顾，可以判断这家旅馆服务很“专业”。 47. B. 因为残疾，所以作者很“担心”从停车场到房间的距离。 48. A. 根据语境应该是 “前台服务员”。 49. B. 作者残疾，前台服务员很贴心的根据她的“请求”给她把房间安排在入口附近。 50. C. 对残疾人来说，“一楼”入口处附近的房间最方便了。 51. A. 应该是有“足够的”停车的地方。 52. C. 介绍“旅馆”有几个入口。 53. B. 因为停车场大，所以没“困难”停车。 54. B. 舒适的房间，“柔软的”毯子。 55. C. 根据上文得知“友好的服务人员”。 56. A. 根据下文得知是适合“孩子”玩的活动。 57. A. 根据上文 had a wonderful time 和 also，此处应该是“喜欢”。 58. D. 旅馆提供的这些活动让孩子忘却了不在家过圣诞的事实。keep one's mind off 转移注 意力 59. C. 根据文章开头和结尾得知"不能在家过圣诞‖。 60. B. 旅馆工作人员为我们“做了”圣诞晚餐。make up 编造，化妆；cook up 快速做（饭 等）;编造;胡诌; dress up 盛装 第二节 61. for 62. it 63. suffering 64. or 5. times 66. how 67. but 68. yourself 69. better 70. don't think 第四部分 写作 第一节 短文改错 While other kids of his age are playing video games, 10-year-old Jonas Corona is helping∧ the homeless. When he was 4 year old, his family took him to feed homeless people. Two years later, years he was inspiring to do more to help kids without food or shelter. Corona was so young to inspired founded children. "I chose the name because it reminds me with the song Look in the Mirror. of Whenever I listen to the song, I will think of those that don‘t have toys and clothes because of who
every kid should look in the mirror and love them," Corona wrote in a letter. His efforts had themselves influenced some of the 1.16 million homeless schoolchildren since 2011. have
第二节 书面表达 One possible version: Dear Frank, I was sorry to hear that you are unhappy about being sent to a boarding school. That really makes me worry about you, and I am writing to offer you my views. First, don't be afraid to live away from home. You will learn to take care of yourself and become independent. Second, you will also learn how to get along with others and probably you will make many lifelong friends. Last but not least, living in school can ensure you are in an educational world where learning is central to all activities, no matter what activities you participate in. In boarding school character development counts as much as academics. So in that way you will be well prepared for future life. I hope everything will be fine with you! Yours truly, Li Hua 听力原文： Text 1 M: It‘s nice of you to see me off at the Airport. Thank you very much. W: We‘ll miss you. We hope you'll visit Hangzhou again. Text 2 M: My dad is coming to pick me up. Why not wait for a lift? W: No, thanks. I‘d better take the bus home. Text 3 M: Did you have a good weekend? The weather was lovely. W: Yes, we did. I went for a walk in the park near our home, and my husband and the children went boating on the lake. Text 4 W: Where is your umbrella? I hope you haven‘t left it on the bus. M: No, I‘ve put it in my backpack.
volunteer at shelters, so he found his own nonprofit, Love in the Mirror, to help homeless
W: Are you sure? I can‘t see it in the bag. M: Oh, here it is—hanging in the hall. I forgot to take it this morning. Text 5 W: Good news! The iPhone6 and iPhone6 plus are going on sale near the end of next month. M: It is said that the iPhone6 is bigger, thinner and more powerful. There are 64GB and 128GB models. W: But mine is broken and I need one immediately. I am considering the iPhone5s right now. Text 6 W: Hey, Tom! Lovely day, isn‘t it? M: Yes. The sky is blue and the air is extremely fresh. I hope it stays like this. W: Me too. These days we seldom see the clear sky because of the heavy smog. M: Since it‘s so fine out today, how about having some fun outdoors? W: Great. Go cycling or hiking? M: I prefer to go hiking. Would you join me? M: I can‘t wait. Text 7 M: Yes, sorry. I know we're a few minutes late. W: That's no problem. It's always really busy at check out time anyway. M: Oh, really. The last hotel we stayed in charged us for a late check out. W: The hotel isn't booked this week, so it's not a problem. How was everything? M: The room was great. The beds were really comfortable, and we weren't expecting our own fridge. W: I'm glad you liked it. M: The kids were disappointed that the pool wasn't open this morning, though. W: I apologize for that. We can't get a cleaner in any earlier than 10 am. M: Well we had a nice swim last night anyhow. W: Will you be putting this on your credit card? M: No. I'll pay cash. W: OK. So the total comes to $123.67, including tax. M: I thought it was $115. That's what they said yesterday when we checked in. W: Yes, but there is an extra room charge on your bill. M: Oh, I forgot. My wife ordered some drinks. Sorry. W: No problem. So...from $140, here's your change. Now, I'll just need to ask you for your room keys. Text 8 W: Oh, Peter, I feel very bad. I got in a fight with my best friend Lily.
M: Everyone fights with his or her friends every once in a while. W: Well, a girl always tells lies on people and gets them in trouble. She tells everybody that Susan was fat and not a good friend. Lily thinks we should tell Susan. But I think there is no point telling Susan. Susan will get upset. M: Well, I am not sure. Maybe she should know. It‘s not nice if someone is saying things about you that aren‘t true. W: Then you agree to Lily. M: Don't be afraid to say you are sorry. W: No way. She should say sorry to me first. Perhaps she doesn‘t care. M: It is really silly of you to quarrel about such things. It‘s OK to have different opinions sometimes. You can still be friends. If possible, try to find a time when you can apologize to her in-person, without an audience. If that won't work, offer a phone call or a note. W: Ok, pass me the phone! Text 9 W: Why are so many people overweight? M: I don't know. But there are some factors that affect people's size. W: What are they? M: One study said that low-income groups have a higher percentage of over-weight people than higher income families. W: Are there any other factors? M: Yes, the study also said that the hotter the climate, the lower the percentage of overweight people. W: That makes sense. When it's hot, you don't feel like eating a lot. M: And the diet has a lot fat and oil. We eat a lot of meat. And also we eat more sugar and junk food. But there is another reason why so many people are fat. W: What's that? M: Nobody exercises anymore---not even kids. Everyone seems addicted to the net! W: Wow! No wonder people are so fat. You don't get enough exercise. Say, Jack, aren't you getting a little bigger in the waist? M: Yeah, I guess so. W: You really need to watch what you eat and get some exercise. M: Hey, I started a diet and lost 10 pounds. W: So what happened? M: Well, I quit and gained it back plus 5 pounds. W: You should have kept trying. Text 10
Hello everyone. My name is Luca. On behalf of Suntan Tours I'd like to welcome you all to Los Cabos. The bus ride to your hotel will take about fifteen minutes. Firstly, I ask that you remain seated until we reach our destination and that you not eat or drink while on the bus. Secondly, please realize that it is against the law to get drunk in public. Enjoy your vacation, but do drink responsibly and do not drink and drive. I promise you are going to enjoy your stay here in San Jose, Los Cabos. This is a beautiful, quiet city where you can relax, sit by the beach, enjoy great meals and feel very safe. You can walk into town and enjoy the fountains or take a moonlit walk along the water. Please do not swim here. This is not a safe place to swim. Cabos San Lucas is the place to go if you want to enjoy swimming in the ocean. You can take a short bus ride from your hotel. There you will also enjoy entertainment and dancing. If you need to exchange money, please use a bank. We don't recommend exchanging your money at the hotel. Or, if you prefer, you can always use your credit cards. We're going to be pulling up to the hotel in just a few minutes. Please sit back and enjoy the view of the ocean on the left hand side of the bus as we enter the city. I ask that you remain in your seats until we have come to a complete stop. Javier will be meeting us at the bus to help you with your bags. Please double check to make sure your bag has been taken off the bus. On behalf of Suntan Tours, have a wonderful vacation in San Jose.