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  Guilin – A Beautiful City in China

  In China, there’s a saying that "The landscape of Guilin tops that of any other place under heaven." In light of this, I will recommend Guilin as the first destination of my foreign friend’s trip to China.

  Overlooking the Li Jiang River, Guilin is located in the northeast of Guangxi. The name was derived from the cassia trees of the location. The trees line the streets of the town with yellow flowers blossoming every September, filling the air with sweet scent. Guilin is a place of breath-taking scenery. From ancient times, Guilin has been noted for its elegant landscape. It features beautiful mountains, clear rivers, grotesque rocks and mystic crags, which is a feast for the eyes. Sitting on a bamboo raft drifting down the river, visitors can see the varied shapes of the pinnacles reflected in the water. They will feel as if they were in a scroll of Chinese landscape painting.I believe that my foreign friend will marvel at the unparalleled beauty of Guilin.


1.A. It was dangerous to live in.
2. B. A storm.
3. B. They were trapped in an underground 
4. C. They sent supplies to keep the miners warm.
5. D. Close some of its post offices.
6. C. Stopping mail 
delivery on Saturdays.
7. A. Many post office staff will lose their jobs.
8. D. He will lose part of his pay.
9. B. He is a 
trustworthy guy.
10. D. She is better at handling such matters.
11. C. He is always trying to 
stir up trouble.
12. D. Reserved.
13. A. They stay quiet.
14. C. She was never invited to a colleague's home.
15. B. Houses provide more 
16 D. They will 
automatically be given hiring priority.
17 C. Visit the school careers service.
18 B. Supervising study spaces to ensure a quiet atmosphere.
19. C. It may be sold at a higher price.
20. A. It is healthier than green tea.
21. D. It does not have a 
stable market.
22. B. They prefer 
unique objects of high quality.
23. B. They could only try to create at night.
24. A. Make wise choices.
25. A. To 
boost the local economy.


Section A -1

A 16th century castle in Scotland is close to collapsing after lumps of soils were washed away by floods, threatening its foundations. 

On Sunday, the castle’s owner John Gordon, 76, was forced to move out his propertyafter the River Dee swept away about 60 feet of land, leaving the castle dangerous close to the river. According to the Scottish Daily Record. 

Abergeldie castle located in Aberdeenshire, Scotland was built by Sir Alexander Gordon of Midmar who later became the Earl of Huntly. 

The castle which is located on 11,700 acres was leased to members of the royal family between 1848 and 1970, including King Edward VII and George V. 

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has issued more than 35 flood warnings covering several regions, as Scotland continues to clean up the after Storm Frank hit the country last Wednesday. 

“This means that rivers will rise more slowly, but then stay high for much longer.” the environmental agency said. 

Q1. Why did John Gordon move out of Abergeldie castle?

     Q2. What happened in Scotland last Wednesday?

Section A - 2

  Rescue efforts were underway Thursday morning for 17 miners who were stuck in an elevator below ground at a Cargill rock salt mine near Lansing, New York, according to Marcia Lynch.

  Public information officer with Tompkins County’s emergency response department, emergency workers have made contact with the miners via a radio. And they all appear to be uninjured, said Jessica Verfuss, the emergency department’s assistant director.

  Crews have managed to provide heat packs and blankets to the miners so that they can keep warm during the rescue operation, Verfuss said. Details about what led to the workers’ being trapped in the elevator went immediately available. The mine, along New York’s Cayuga Lake, processes salt used for road treatment. It produces about 2 million tons of salt that is shipped to more than 1,500 places in the northeastern United States, the rock salt mine is one of three operated by Cargill with the other two in Louisiana and Ohio.

  Q3. What does the news report say about the salt miners?

  Q4.What did the rescue team do?

Section A - 3

  The U.S. Postal Service announced today that it is considering closing about 3,700 post offices over the next year because of falling revenues.

  Facing an $8.3 billion budget deficit this year, closing post officers is one of several proposals the Postal Service has put forth recently to cut costs. Last week, for example, Postmaster General Pat Donahoe announced plans to stop mail delivery on Saturdays, a move he says could save $3 billion annually.

  “We are losing revenue as we speak,” Donahoe said. “We do not want taxpayer money. We want to be self-sufficient. So like any other business you have to make choices.”

  Dean Granholm the vice president for delivery and post office operations said the first waves of closings would begin this fall. He estimated that about 3,000 postmasters, 500 station managers and between 500 and 1,000 postal clerks could lose their jobs.

  Q5.What is the U.S. Postal Service planning to do?

  Q6.What measure has been planned to save costs?

  Q7.What will happen when the proposed measure come into effect?

Conversation 1

  A: Mrs. Hampton, we've got trouble in the press room this morning.

  B: Oh dear. What about?

  A: One of the press operators arrived an hour and a half late.

  B: But that's a straightforward affair. He will simply lose part of his pay. That's why we have a clock-in system.

  A: But the point is the man was clocked-in at 8 o'clock. We have John standing by the time clock, and he swears he saw nothing irregular.

  B: Is John reliable?

  A: Yes, he is. That's why we chose him for the job.

  B: Have you spoken to the man who was late?

  A: Not yet. I thought I'd have a word with you first. He's a difficult man, and I think there's been some trouble on the shop floor. I've got a feeling that trade union representative is behind this. The manager told me that Jack Green's been very active around the shop the last few days.

  B: Well, what do you want me to do?

  A: I was wondering if you'd see Smith, the man who was late, because you are so much better at handling things like this.

  B: Oh, alright. I'll see him. I must say I agree with you about there being bad feelings in the works. I've had the idea for some time that Jack Green's been busy stirring things up in connection with the latest wage claim. He's always trying to make trouble. Well, I'll get the manager to send Smith up here.

  Q8. What will happen to the press operator who was late for the work according to the woman?

  Q9. What does the man say about John who stands by the time clock?

  Q10. Why does the man suggest the woman see the worker who was late?

  Q11. What does the woman say about Jack Green?

Conversation 2

  A: Our topic today is about somethings that foreigners nearly always say when they visit Britain. It's 'Why are the British so cold?' And they're talking about the British personality – the famous British 'reserve'. It means that we aren't very friendly, we aren't very open.

  B: So do you think it's true?

  A: It's a difficult one. So many people who visit Britain say it's difficult to make friends with British people. They say we're cold, reserved, unfriendly...

  B: I think it's true. Look at Americans or Australians. They speak the same language, but they're much more open. And you see it when you travel, people - I mean strangers - speak to you on the street or on the train. British people seldom speak on the train. Or the bus. Not in London, anyway.

  A: 'Not in London'. That's it. Capital cities are full of tourists and are never very friendly. People are different in other parts of the country.

  B: Not completely. I met a woman once, an Italian. She's been working in Manchester for two years,

  and no one - not one of her colleagues - had ever invited her to their home. They were friendly to her at work, but nothing else. She couldn't believe it. She said that would never happen in Italy.

  A: You know what they say – 'an Englishman's home is his castle'. It’s really difficult to get inside.

  B: Yeah. It's about being private. You go home to your house and your garden and you close the door. It's your place.

  A: That's why the British don't like flats. They prefer to live in houses.

  B: That’s true.

  Q12. What do foreigners generally think of British people according to the woman?

  Q13. What may British people typically do one the train according to the man?

  Q14. What does the man say about the Italian woman working in Manchester?

  Q15. Why do British people prefer houses to flats?

Passage One

  In college, time is scarce, and consequently, very precious. At the same time, expenses in college pile up surprisingly quickly. A part time job is a good way to balance costs while ensuring there is enough time left over for both academic subjects and after-class activities.

  If you are a college student looking for a part time job, the best place to start your job search is right on campus. There are tons of on-campus job opportunities, and as a student, you’ll automatically be given hiring priority. Plus, on-campus jobs eliminate commuting time, and could be a great way to connect with academic and professional resources at your university. Check with your school’s career service or employment office for help to find a campus job. Of course, there are opportunities for part-time work off-campus, too. If you spend a little time digging for the right part time jobs, you’ll save yourself time when you find a job that leaves you with enough time to get your school work done, too. If you are a college student looking for work but worry you won’t have enough time to devote to academic subjects, consider working as a study hall or a library monitor. Responsibilities generally include supervising study spaces to ensure that a quiet atmosphere is maintained. It’s a pretty easy job, but one with lots of downtime-which means you will have plenty of time to catch up on reading, do homework or study for an exam.

  Q16: What does the speaker say about college students applying for on-campus jobs?

  Q17: What can students do to find a campus job according to the speaker?

  Q18: What does the speaker say is a library monitor’s responsibility?

Passage Two

  Agricultural workers in green tea fields near Mt. Kenya are gathering the tea leaves. It is beautiful to see. The rows of tea bushes are straight. All appears to be well. But the farmers who planted the bushes are worried. Nelson Kibara is one of them. He has been growing tea in the Kerugoya area for 40 years.

  He says the prices this year have been so low that he has made almost no profit. He says he must grow different kinds of tea if he is to survive.

  Mr. Kibara and hundreds of other farmers have been removing some of their tea bushes and planting a new kind of tea developed by the Tea Research Foundation of Kenya. Its leaves are purple and brown. When the tea is boiled, the drink has a purple color. Medical researchers have studied the health benefits of the new tea. They say it is healthier than green tea and could be sold for a price that is three to four times higher than the price of green tea.

  But Mr. Kibara says he has not received a higher price for his purple tea crop.

  He says the market for the tea is unstable and he is often forced to sell his purple tea for the same price as green tea leaves. He says there are not enough buyers willing to pay more for the purple tea.

  Q19. Why have tea farmers in Kenya decided to grow purple tea?

  Q20. What do researchers say about purple tea?

  Q21. What does Mr. Kibara find about purple tea?

Passage Three 

Today's consumers want beautiful handcrafted objects to wear and to have for their home environment. They prefer something unique and they demand quality. Craftsmen today are meeting this demand. People and homes are showing great change as more and more unique handcrafted items become available. Handcrafts are big business. No long does a good craftsman have to work in a job he dislikes all day and then try to create at night. He has earned his professional status. He is now a respected member of society. Parts of the fun of being a craftsman is meeting other craftsmen. They love to share their ideas and materials and help others find markets for their work. Craftsmen have helped educate consumers to make wise choices. They help them become aware of design and technique. They help them relate their choice to its intended use. They often involve consumers in trying the craft themselves. When a group of craftsmen expends to include more members, a small craft organization is formed. Such an organization does a lot in training workshops in special media, craft marketing techniques, craft fairs and sales, festivals, TV appearances and demonstrations. State art councils help sponsor local arts and crafts festivals which draw crowds of tourist consumers. This boosts the local economy considerably because tourists not only buy crafts, but they also use the restaurants and hotels and other services of the area. 

Q22. What does the speaker say about today's consumers? 

Q23. What does the speaker say about a good craftsman in the past? 

Q24. What do craftsmen help consumers do?  

Q25. Why do state art councilshelp sponsor local arts and crafts festivals?













36. 正确选项 F

37. 正确选项 K

38. 正确选项 C

39. 正确选项 L

40. 正确选项 B

41. 正确选项 H

42. 正确选项 M

43. 正确选项 J

44. 正确选项 L

45. 正确选项 G

Passage One

46. 正确选项B。It weakens in one’s later years.

47. 正确选项D。Some of them begin to decline when people are still young.

48. 正确选项C。They function quite well even in old age.

49. 正确选项D。can put what they have learnt into more effective use.

50. 正确选项A。find ways to slow down our mental decline.

Passage Two

51. 正确选项 C。Scholars and policymakers have different opinions about it.

52. 正确选项A。Pre-K achievements usually do not last long.

53. 正确选项B。When it is made part of kids’education.

54. 正确选项D。She is a firm supporter of pre-K

55. 正确选项C。Early intervention



Wuzhen, an ancient water town of Zhejiang province, is located near the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal. Itis a charming place. Many ancient bridges, Chinesestyle hotels and restaurants dwell there. In the pastone thousand years, the water system and the wayof life there haven't changed much, so it is amuseum of ancient civilizations. All rooms in Wuzhen are made of stone and wood. Overhundreds of years, the locals have built houses and markets along the riverbank. Numerousspacious and pretty courtyardshide in those houses, serving as surprises and waiting to befound by the tourists.


Wuzhen is an ancient water town in Zhejiang province, which is located in the Grand Canal ofBeijing and Hangzhou. This is a charming place, having many ancient bridges, Chinese stylehotels and restaurants. Over the past one thousand years, the water system and lifestyle ofWuzhen has not experienced many changes, which is a museum showing ancient civilizations. All the houses in Wuzhen are built of stone and wood. For hundreds of years, the local peoplebuilt homes and fairs along the river. Countless beautiful and spacious courtyards lie among thehouses, thus the tourists would have a pleasant surprise when coming to here.


Wuzhen is an ancient water-town in Zhejiang Province, which is located by the bank of Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal. This is a charming place, with many ancient bridges, Chinese-stylehotels and restaurants. In the past one thousand years, the water system and way of life ofWuzhen have not experienced many changes, and it is a museum which reflects the ancientcivilization. All houses in Wuzhen are built with stones and woods. For hundreds of years, thelocal people along the river have built their houses and fairs. Countless beautiful spaciouscourtyards are hiding among the houses, and the tourists will have a surprise everywhere.


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