21.—Morgan,I'm off now,okay?Remember to lock the front door and shut all the windows.
A.Check it out B.Be quick
C.Let me go with you D.Have a lovely time
22.Steve runs a training company, in“mindful time management”.
A.to specialize B.specializes C.specializing D.specialized
23. Jane and Ellie are friends from school gate years,Kim and I go way back to secondary school.
A.While B.Unless C.As though D.If
24.It's the last day of school,and there's a lightness ,a feeling of expectation.
A.in the air B.by the way C.through the air D.in the way
25.The company went through a bad time last year,but things have been improving.
A.later B.lately C.in the end D.at the end
26.Mum numerous excuses about why I can't visit her in Wales.
A.always has been arming with B.has been armed with always
C.has always been armed with D.is being always armed with
解析：此题考查了时态与语态及副词排序问题。北京博飞华侨港澳台学校提醒：根据语义可知，时态应采用现在完成时，而语态则考查了固定搭配be armed with:“装备有：拥有或携带某种武器、工具或其她物品，以应对特定情况”。此外如always此类副词一般位于系动词之前，实义动词之后，故答案为C。
27.Kate's dream has been her way through school and apply for the Music College, and maybe one day stand on a stage.
A.working B.worked C.works D.to work
28.Just to help things along,perhaps you all say a few words about yourselves,and
why you decided to do the course?
A.could B.must C.would D.may
29.There are many things,many pollutants in indoor air cigarette smoke.
A.more about B.other than C.even with D.except for
30.—I live just outside York.
—So do my parents.It's I was brought up.
A.how B.which C.when D.where
31.I keep wanting to take pictures with my phone as it seems almost criminal to be presented with such beautiful dishes and not photograph them to show at home.
A.no-one B.anyone C.everyone D.someone
32.I can contain my excitement hearing all about his great plans to start a new business.
A.probably B.hardly C.exactly D.immediately
33.—So what are you and your son up to this summer?
—Nothing.Can you imagine my 18-year-old wanting to come away me?
A.over B.with C.by D.for
34.—Sounds like an awful lot to do for one day.
—It'll be fine.It's not we're going to be thrown to the lions.
A.except for B.because of C.as if D.like before
35.Every time Brad uses a French word,he says it properly Frenchly with the throaty "r" thing, and obviously I don't have a clue what is.
A.anything B.something C.nothing D.one thing
The Great Pumpkin Hunt
It was just pumpkins we were looking for that Saturday.We were searching for pumpkins that we could 36 into jack-o＇-lanterns for Halloween.We wanted lots of them to 37 our front porch(门廊).
My brother Tim and I went to the 38 where we usually get pumpkins 39 .They said they only had some 40 ones that were too small to carve.
Now what would we do?We went home, 41 if Mom or Dad would have any ideas. Dad said he would 42 us for a ride to see if a roadside vegetable 43 had some pumpkins.”I can＇t 44 they won’t，” he said.“It is October，after all.”
So we 45 into the car and drove out of town.The vegetable stand Dad 46 wasn't there!And we didn't see any 47 ,either.
I guess the 48 Mom saw us,she knew that we had been 49 .But she said we should all just 50 with her.This time she drove.She seemed to know 51 where she was going.
As she 52 the car into the parking lot of City Hall,we saw a farmers' 53 .Wow!There were thousands of pumpkins of all sizes.
We 54 some of our own money on the biggest one we'd ever had.We got some ordinary-sized ones,too.Even Dad and Mom 55 to carve them.And our porch is now a fantastic sight!
解析：北京博飞华侨港澳台学校提醒：因为本文没有长难句，只要通晓语义，自然可将其做好！答案如下：36-40 DABAC 41-45 DCAAD 46-50 DABDC 51-55 BCCBA
As a scientist researching marine plastic pollution,I thought I had seen a lot.Then,early in 2017,I heard from Alex Weber,a high school student in California.
She was looking for guidance on an unusual environmental problem.While snorkeling(浮潜）in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary near the town of Carmel-by-the-Sea, Alex and her friends had repeatedly come across large numbers of golf balls on the ocean floor.As environmentally conscious teens,they started removing golf balls from the water,one by one.By the time Alex emailed me,they had collected over 10,000 golf balls.
Golf balls sink,so they don't become eyesores for future golfers and beachgoers.As a result,this issue had gone largely unnoticed.Alex wanted to create a lasting solution to this problem.I told her what she should do was to carefully plan and record all future golf ball collections.
Alex,her friends and her father tried their best.By mid-2018 the results were amazing:
They had collected nearly 40,000 golf balls near coastal golf courses.And following Alex's encouragement,employees started to collect golf balls from beaches next to their courses,amassing (累积）more than 10,000 additional balls.
In total,we collected 50,681 golf balls from the shoreline and shallow waters. By multiplying the average number of balls lost per round played(1-3)and the average number of rounds played yearly at one golf course,we estimated that players at these popular courses may lose over 100,000 balls per year to the surrounding environment.
Thanks to Alex Weber,we now know that golf balls erode (腐蚀）at sea over time,producing dangerous microplastics. Recovering the balls soon after they are hit into the ocean is one way to reduce their impacts.Alex is also working with people in charge to develop cleanup measures that can prevent golf ball pollution in these waters from ever reaching these levels again.Although her study was local,it sends a positive message:If a high school student can accomplish this much through hard work and dedication,anyone can.
56.Why did Alex write an email to the author?
A.To know the author's hobby. B.To seek help from the author.
C.To ask the author where to dive. D.To give the golf balls to the author.
解析：本题属于实施细节题，根据文中：She was looking for guidance on an unusual environmental problem可知答案为B。
57.What do the underlined words"Alex's encouragement"in paragraph 4 refer to?
A.Planning for more golf contests. B.Building more golf courses.
C.Collecting more golf balls. D.Saving more money.
解析：本题属于猜测词义题，根据By mid-2018 the results were amazing:
They had collected nearly 40,000 golf balls near coastal golf courses.And following Alex's encouragement,employees started to collect golf balls from beaches next to their courses,amassing (累积）more than 10,000 additional balls.可知Alex's的鼓励则因为她在这项事情上所取得的成就，故答案为C。
58.How many golf balls flew to the sea and surrounding places yearly according to the estimate?
A.About 10,000. B.About 40,000.
C.About 50,681. D.About100,000.
解析：北京博飞华侨港澳台学校提醒：本题属于直接理解题，根据文中we estimated that players at these popular courses may lose over 100,000 balls per year to the surrounding environment一句可知此题答案为D.
59.What is the last paragraph mainly about?
A.The problems brought by golf balls in the sea.
B.The meaningfulness of Alex's achievement.
C.The cleanup methods people should try.
D.The support given by some managers.
Although April Fools' Day,also called All Fools' Day,has been celebrated for several centuries by different cultures,its exact origins remain a mystery.
Some historians suggest that April Fools' Day dates back to 1582,when France switched from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar,as called for by the Council of Trent in1563.People who were slow to get the news or failed to recognize that the start of the new year had moved to January 1 and continued to celebrate it during the last week of March.And April 1 became the butt of jokes and hoaxes(恶作剧).
Historians have also linked April Fools' Day to festivals such as Hilaria,which was celebrated in ancient Rome at the end of March and involved people dressing up in disguise.There's also speculation that April Fools' Day was tied to the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere,when Mother Nature fooled people with changing,unpredictable weather.
April Fools＇Day spread throughout Britain during the 18th century.In Scotland，the tradition became a two-day event，starting with＂hunting the gowk (a word for cuckoo bird，a symbol for fool)，”in which people were sent on fake errands(跑腿).
In modern times，people have gone to great lengths to create elaborate(煞费苦心的)
April Fools' Day hoaxes.Newspapers, radio and TV stations and Web sites have participated in the April 1 tradition of reporting outrageous fictional claims that have fooled their audiences.
In 1957,the BBC reported that Swiss farmers were experiencing a record spaghetti crop and showed video clips of people harvesting noodles from trees; numerous viewers were fooled.In 1985,Sports Illustrated tricked many of its readers when it ran a made-up article about a rookie pitcher named Sidd Finch who could throw a fastball over 168 miles per hour.In 1996,Taco Bell,the fast-food restaurant chain,duped people when it announced it had agreed to purchase Philadelphia's Liberty Bell and intended to rename it the Taco Liberty Bell. In 1998,after Burger King advertised a"Left-Handed Whopper,"scores of clueless customers requested the fake sandwich.
北京博飞华侨港澳台学校提醒：1957年，英国广播公司(BBC)报道说，瑞士农民正在享受意大利面的丰收，并且还播放了人们从树上收割面条的视频片段;而且许多观众都被骗了。1985年，《体育画报》(Sports Illustrated)欺骗了许多读者，它刊登了一篇杜撰的文章，说一位名叫西德·芬奇(Sidd Finch)的新秀投手能投出时速超过168英里的快球。1996年，快餐连锁店塔可钟欺骗了人们，它宣布要购买费城的自由钟，并打算将其重新命名为塔可自由钟。1998年，在汉堡王宣传了一款“左撇子皇堡”之后，许多不知情的顾客要求购买这种假三明治。
60.What is in common among countries celebrating April Fools' Day?
A.They adopted the same calendar.
B.They have some stories related to it.
C.They were governed by the Council of Trent.
D.They are happy about the coming warm season.
61.In which country did April Fools' Day involve some sports in the 18th century?
A.France. B.Germany. C.Italy. D.Britain.
解析：北京博飞华侨港澳台学校提醒：本题属于直接理解题，根据April Fools＇Day spread throughout Britain during the 18th century.In Scotland，the tradition became a two-day event，starting with＂hunting the gowk (a word for cuckoo bird，a symbol for fool)，”in which people were sent on fake errands(跑腿)可知答案为D。
62.What statement can we make about April Fools' Day celebration in modern times?
A.People care little about its origins.
B.Celebration events are reported truthfully.
C.Great efforts are made to make it fun.
D.Various forms of media plan it out together.
63.What do readers get from reading the last paragraph?
A.More examples. B.Further explanations.
C.Names of joke makers. D.Information of historical events.
64.Which of the following best summarizes the main idea of the text?
A.Why people make jokes on April Fools' Day in ancient times.
B.How people celebrate April Fools' Day in the Great Britain.
C.Misunderstandings about the traditions of April Fools' Day.
D.Different stories about the origins of April Fools' Day.
Through the centuries，there have been many different approaches to education in the classroom.Some have emphasized discipline and rote learning;others have stressed a more open approach.One of the more innovative(创新的) and influential educational philosophies of the 20th century was developed and promoted by a teacher whose name still lives on as a prominent(杰出的)type of school:Maria Montessori.
Born in Italy in 1870,Maria Montessori was exceptional from the beginning.The only female attendee of an all-boys school,she excelled at her studies and eventually earned a degree that made her one of Italy's first female doctors.She became interested in education, and in 1907,opened a child-care center in Rome called Casa del Bambini(Children's House)that allowed her to put her educational theories into practice.
Foremost among her theories was the idea that children essentially teach themselves; the teacher's primary responsibility is to create the appropriate environment for learning and provide the spark that allows children to develop naturally.Given the ability to be mobile and learn from their surroundings rather than being forced to sit still and be lectured to,most children,even rough inner-city kids,flourished under her system.
What came to be called the Montessori Method was a great success in Italy and soon spread to the rest of the world.Montessori later developed materials geared (适合）to the process of"discovery learning"that she had set in motion.Although in the United States the Method was criticized and fell into disfavor during the war years,it re-emerged in the 1960s and has remained an important part of America's educational landscape since.
Montessori devoted her life to developing her method, and she became a successful lecturer and teacher trainer.She also became interested in peace education and brought it into her work.She had been named for the Nobel Peace Prize for the third time when she passed away in 1952,at the age of 81.
1870年出生在意大利的玛丽亚·蒙台梭利从一开始就与众不同。作为一所男校唯一的女学生，她在学业上表现出色，最终获得了学位，成为意大利最早的女医生之一。随后她开始对教育感兴趣，并于1907年在罗马开设了一家名为Casa del Bambini(儿童之家)的儿童保育中心，使她能够将自己的教育理论付诸实践。
65.Which of the following best explains"rote learning"in paragraph 1?
A.Learning by repeating. B.Learning by analyzing.
C.Learning through comparison. D.Learning through creation.
66.What important decision did Maria Montessori make when she was already a doctor?
A.She started an all-boys school. B.She turned to children's education.
C.She became a charity worker. D.She studied educational theories.
解析：本题属于实施细节题，北京博飞华侨港澳台学校提醒：根据.She became interested in education, and in 1907,opened a child-care center in Rome called Casa del Bambini(Children's House)that allowed her to put her educational theories into practice可知，答案为B。
67.What is Montessori's major belief in education?
A.School education is not necessary。
B.Children's houses provide good education.
C.More schools should be built for the poor.
D.Children can learn naturally with some support.
解析：本题考查实施细节题，北京博飞华侨港澳台学校提醒：根据Foremost among her theories was the idea that children essentially teach themselves; the teacher's primary responsibility is to create the appropriate environment for learning and provide the spark that allows children to develop naturally可知蒙台梭利的教育理念。故答案为D。
68.Which type of writing is this text?
A.Biography. B.Novel. C.Science fiction. D.Literary criticism.
Dolphins have been known to show many human-like behavioral characteristics. These include forming complex relationships to accomplish common goals, teaching one another survival skills, and even "babysitting"each other's kids.Now,some researchers have discovered another thing the intelligent mammals share with humans—a love for television!
For their research,Kelly A.Winship and Holli C.Eskelinen got 11 bottlenose and five rough-toothed dolphins.The mammals were treated to two TV shows-episodes of Planet Earth starring other dolphins as well as ones with just scenery,and clips from the popular kids' series,Spongebob Squarepants. The researchers say the dolphins did not seem to care what was being played.They were equally attracted by both-the realistic imagery of Planer Earth and the animation (动画）in Spongebob Squarepants.
Interestingly however was that the male dolphins spent more time staring at the screens than the females.They also responded more strongly to the programming by either showing aggression (indicated by head jerks or a jaw clap),or interest (shown by raising their chin or pressing their foreheads against the TV),or even blowing bubbles (indicating interest or aggression). Winship and Eskelinen, who published their findings in the journal Zoo Biology ，believe the display of aggression was most likely a result of the frustration(挫折) resulting from the inability to physically interact with,or control,the TV.
Though there is a lot more to learn about the mammals' television preferences, the scientists believe suitable programming could be used as part of training programs for dolphins unfit to be released (放生）in the wild.The researchers also think monitoring their response to different kinds of shows could provide scientists some insight into the mammals' thinking process.
Dolphins are not the only animals that seem to share our passion for television.As most pet owners are aware,dogs love it as well.In fact,dogs enjoy the entertainment so much that there is now a special cable channel, DogTV, dedicated to creating special programming to keep doggies happy while their humans are at work!
在他们的研究中，Kelly A.Winship和Holli C.Eskelinen找到了11只宽吻海豚和5只粗齿海豚。这些哺乳动物观看了两部电视节目—由其他海豚主演的《地球行星》和只有风景的《海绵宝宝》，以及受欢迎的儿童连续剧《海绵宝宝》的片段。研究人员表示，海豚似乎并不关心播放的是什么。但他们会被《Planer Earth》的现实形象和《海绵宝宝》的动画所吸引。
69.What does the author want to show by giving the example of "babysitting"?
A.Dolphins are protective. B.Dolphins are intelligent.
C.Dolphins and humans are similar. D.Dolphins feed their young collectively
解析：本题属于例证法，北京博飞华侨港澳台学校提醒：例子无非在说明自己的观点：Dolphins have been known to show many human-like behavioral characteristics. 故答案为C。
70.Why did Winship and Eskelinen get so many dolphins?
A.To produce a TV series. B.To keep them as pets.
C.For an experiment. D.As a tourist attraction.
71.What did scientists find when dolphins watch TV?
A.Dolphins respond to TV programs actively.
B.Dolphins are more interested in themselves.
C.Special TV programs can be made for dolphins.
D.Some TV shows can ease dolphins' frustration.
解析：本题考查事实细节，北京博飞华侨港澳台学校提醒：根据They also responded more strongly to the programming by either showing aggression (indicated by head jerks or a jaw clap),or interest (shown by raising their chin or pressing their foreheads against the TV),or even blowing bubbles (indicating interest or aggression)可知答案为A。
72.What is one purpose of studying animals'TV preferences?
A.To adjust animals' thinking process. B.To help release animals into the wild.
C.To create animal programs for kids. D.To release pets' anxiety for their owners.
解析：本题考查事实细节，北京博飞华侨港澳台学校提醒：根据the scientists believe suitable programming could be used as part of training programs for dolphins unfit to be released (放生）in the wild可知答案为B。
Join WriCampia writing lab for twelve days at our creative, fun, and productive sleepaway camp in the Poconos in August!
At WriCampia,writers will spend their momings in intimate writing workshops led by published authors and produced playwrights, their afternoons participating in their choice of over 20 artistic and active electives,and their evenings at campfires,scavenger hunts,and
readings.Photos from WriCampia can be viewed on our Facebook page.
Electives include: Filmmaking, roleplaying games, songwriting, novel writing, swimming, boating, photography, and more.
Evening Activities include:Scavenger Hunts, Escape the Room, Campfires, Dance Party,and more!
73.What is WriCampia in this advertisement?
A.A science lab. B.A drama.
C.An evening party D.A writing camp.
解析：本题属于事实细节题，北京博飞华侨港澳台学校提醒：根据At WriCampia,writers will spend their momings in intimate writing workshops led by published authors and produced playwrights等信息可知答案为D。
74.Who are the major target customers of WriCampia?
A.Writers. B.Playwrights. C.Artists. D.Students.
解析：本题属于事实细节题，北京博飞华侨港澳台学校提醒：根据We welcome rising 4th graders through rising 12th graders. Bunks and workshops will be organized by grade可知，答案为D。
75.What activity will be provided from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM?
A.Role playing games. B.Group gathering.
C.Dance party. D.Campfires.
解析：本题属于事实细节题，根据1:25 PM to 2:50 PM Electives period 1
2:50 PM to 4:15 PM Electives period 2及Electives include: Filmmaking, roleplaying games, songwriting, novel writing, swimming, boating, photography, and more与Evening Activities include:Scavenger Hunts, Escape the Room, Campfires, Dance Party,and more可知，答案为A。
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people read the books or watch television while others (b)the
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I am a person who has always loved reading.For me,it is easily to 76.
get lost in a book.When I was six,I could be find reading Harry Potter, 77.
a quite difficult book for a six-year-old but I enjoy it all the same.Now,as 78.
a student,it is hardest to find the time to read books for pleasure;however, 79.
I expect the summers where I can read to my heart's content. 80.
My advice for you as English learners would be to read the books 81.
that you often read in your native language in English.For I,I have read 82.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone of French.This is an effective 83.
way of be able to read in another language because I know the story so 84.
well in English,it is not hard to follow story in the target language even 85.
if I do not understand every word.Sure at the beginning long sentences 86.
are a problem too.Sometimes we have to hold the breath to read through. 87
Well,don't be put off.If there are too many of them in a page,put the 88.
book aside no matter how much you like it.In order to read but really 89.
enjoy,go for those require only a little more effort,if you have a choice. 90.
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