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第一部分  听力(共两节,满分30分)
1. What do we learn about Jack?
A. He spoke to the boss.   B. He gave orders like a boss.   C. He worked there as a boss.
2. Why won’t the woman order dessert?
A. She doesn’t want to gain weight.
B. She thinks the dessert is too expensive.
C. She is afraid of dropping the dessert on her jeans.
3. Who is the woman talking with?
A. A mailman.      B. Her husband.    C. A house painter.
4. What is the woman doing? 
A. Expressing dissatisfaction.   B. Offering suggestions.   C. Asking for help.
5. Where is the railway station?
A. It lies to the west of the zoo.  B. It lies to the east of the zoo. C. It lies to the east of the city.
6. Where does this conversation take place?
A. In a store.  B. In an office.  C. In a hotel.
7. How much should the man pay for each pillow?
A. $8.   B. $4.    C. $3.50.
8. What docs the woman think the weather will be like in the afternoon?
A. Foggy.   B. Clear.    C. Windy.
9. How will the man get the weather information?
A. He’ll listen to the radio.  B. He’ll ask the weatherman.  C. He’ll make a telephone call.
10. What is the woman going to do?
A. Invite the man to dinner.  B. Go to a Chinese opera.  C. Go to school.
11. When will they meet?
A. This Sunday.    B. Next Sunday.    C. Next Saturday.
12. Where are they meeting?
A. At the man’s home.   B. At the woman’s house.  C. At the school gate.
13. What are the man and the woman talking about?
A. Eating in a restaurant.   B. Go to a Chinese opera.   C. Go to school.
14. How many McDonald’s were there in the world by 1982?
A. 7063.      B. 7603.      C. 1283.
15. Why would workers buy lunches in McDonald’s?
A. The employees there are helpful and polite.
B. The tables and floors are clean.
C. The food tastes better than their lunches from home.
16. Who first owned McDonald’s?
A. Richard McDonald.   B. Two brothers.     C. Ray Kroc.
17. How long is the speaker staying in Finland?
A. For two weeks.    B. The whole winter.    C. For three weeks.
18. Why is the speaker in Finland?
A. To visit a friend.    B. To experience the weather.   C. To attend a conference
19. What was the speaker's biggest problem while preparing for the trip?
A. Getting used to the weather. B. Getting the right kind of clothes. C. Getting used to social occasions.
20. Why could Julia help?
A. She’s been to Northern Europe. 
B. She’s from Finland  
C. She placed an order for some warm clothes.

I now work 40 hours a week at a weather company and I love it. Compared to when I became a mom, I don’t feel bad about being away from my three kids. When I had my first child, I was a busy manager of a local news station. My husband had a part-time job and cared for her the rest of the time. I was determined to find a way to be home more. Once I became pregnant with my second kid, I quit my job to focus fully on writing.
At first I felt like I was living the dream. I was a work-from-home mom who never had to be away from my children. But working from home can end up being more stressful than working full-time or being a stay-at-home mom, because you’re frequently worn out between work, keeping house, and telling sweet faces you don’t have time to play. Ever tried writing an article with a baby screaming? It was awful.
I was so stressed that I eventually started taking my kids to a day care center a couple of days a week. The whole reason I worked so hard to be able to write for a living was to be at home with my kids and here I was taking them to a day care center. I thought I was a failure then.
Over the past five years of being a freelancer (自由作家),I’ve realized a couple of For me, working from home isn’t “living the dream.” As I wrote six months ago, “I thought I felt bad leaving my daughter for ten hours a day but now she is old enough to ask me to read her a story. Try telling your kid no, 20 times a day. If s cruel. You end up feeling worse for having to ignore them than you would if you were gone at a job all day.” I also realize not having anywhere to be and not socializing with people weren't good for my mental well-being.
Not only that, but I can now show my kids that Mom is important and has a job at a flashy office building, something they didn’t realize when I sat around in yoga pants typing on my computer all day long.
21. The underlined part “the dream” in Paragraph 2 refers to “        ”
A. working from home     B. earning a lot of money
C. not suffering from stress    D. not taking care of her kids
22. How did the author feel about taking her kids to a day care center?
23. While working as a freelancer , the author        .
A. made a great many friends    B. was not good at telling stories
C. left her daughter for a long time   D. felt terrible for ignoring her kids
24. We can infer that now the author’s kids         .
A. are much prouder of their mom      B. realize why their mom is important
C. are feeling sad for leaving their mom  D. understand why their mom works so hard
Your DNS cache (域名存储器) stores the locations (IP addresses) of web servers that contain web pages which you have recently viewed. If the location of the web server changes before the entry in your DNS cache updates, you can no longer access the site.
If you encounter a large number of HTML 404 error codes, you may need to clear your DNS cache. After you clear your DNS cache, your computer will query (询问) nameservers (域名服务器) for the new DNS information. The following methods allow you to remove old and inaccurate DNS information that may result in 404 errors.
Windows 7
To clear your DNS cache if you use Windows 7, perform the following steps:
Click Start.
Enter cmd in the Start menu search text box.
Right-click Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator.
Run the following command:
If the command succeeds, the system returns the following message: Windows IP configuration successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.
Windows® 8
To clear your DNS cache if you use Windows 8, perform the following steps:
On your keyboard, press Win+X to open the WinX Menu.
Right-click Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator.
Run the following command:
If the command succeeds, the system returns the following message: Windows IP configuration successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.
Windows XP, 2000, or Vista®
To clear your DNS cache if you use Windows XP,2000, or Vista®, perform the following steps:
Click Start.
On the Start menu, click Run.
If you do not see the Run command in Vista, enter run in the Search bar.
Run the following command: 
If the command succeeds, the system returns the following message: Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.
MacOS® 10.10.4 and above
To dear your DNS cache if you use MacOS X version 10.10.4 or above, perform the following steps:
Click Applications.
Click Utilities.
Click Terminal.
Run the following command: 
sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponde
If the command succeeds, the system docs not return any output (输出信息). Warning:
To run this command, you must know the computer's administrator account password.
25. If the command succeeds, all the following systems return a massage except        .
A. Windows® 8     B. Windows 7
C. Windows XP, 2000, or Vista®   D. MacOS® 10.10.4 and above
26. What’s the main purpose of writing the passage?
A. To introduce something about several systems on computer.
B. To explain how to solve some problem in several systems on computer.
C. To explain how to access some sites in several computer systems.
D. To explain how to install DNS cache in several computer systems.
27. Which of the following is true about DNS cache, according to the text?
A. DNS cache stores the IP addresses of web servers.
B. DNS cache needs to be cleared, if you meet a large number of error codes.
C. DNS information may result in 404 errors.
D. Unless the entry in your DNS cache updates, the location of the web server won’t change.
Young mums shaping in the Copley Mall in downtown Boston-month found themselves being questioned about their use of soap by students from Harvard Business School usually known as HBS. The students not doing minor jobs to earn beer money. They were preparing to help a firm in Brazil launch an antibacterial cleanser The 900 students arriving in Boston this summer for their two-year course were told that they would be sheets. They used to sit in a classroom and discuss case studies written by professors. Now they may also work in a developing country and launch a star-up film.
The new practical addition to HBS’s curriculum is known as “FIELD” that stands for Field Immersion Experiences for Leadership Development. Fieldwork---ie, going out and talking to people---is a big change for HBS.
Not all the staff and students were overjoyed to be experimented on. But the man responsible, Nitin Nohria, head of HBS, says that “If it works, the FIELD method could become an equal partner to the case method.”
What happens in the second year of the new course is still being worked out. But the first year has three elements.
First, team-building exercises. Students take turns to lead a group engaged in a project. They learn to collaborate (合作) and to give and take feedback.
Second, students will be sent to work for a week with one of more than 140 firms in 11 countries. Tins sort of structured learning-by-doing is a world away from HBS’S traditional encouragement of students to “go on an adventure” outside of classes.
In the third part of the course, students will be given eight weeks, and seed money of $3,000 each, to launch a small company. The most successful, as voted by their fellow students, will get more funding. The experiment does not come cheap, adding 5-10% to the course s cost, which HBS will bear while it figures out what works.
28. Why were the students questioning those young mums, according to the first paragraph?
A. To prepare to help a firm to launch a product.  B. To earn some money.
C. To promote an antibacterial cleanser.    D. To make a study about soap,
29. According to the plan for the first year course, the students         .
A. will be led by a group and learn to give and take feedback!
B. will have to set up a small company and earn at least $3,000 within eight weeks.
C. will get more funding if his/her company is considered to be most successful by the fellow students.
D. will be sent to work with one of more than 140 firms throughout the country.
30. We can learn from the text that           .
A. the FIELD method is better than the case method.
B. what happens in the second year of the new course will come out soon.
C. the main aim of the new course is to develop students’ learning ability.
D. all the staff and students’ don’t support the new course.
31. What’s the best title for the text?
A. A New Course.       B. Ways of Learning.
C. Learning Business in Practice.     D. Launching a New Business.
Many Chinese people have awakened their interest in classical Chinese poetry recently thanks to a popular TV show that aims to “appreciate classical Chinese poetry, explore cultural genes and enjoy the beauty of life” by combining traditional literary form with light-hearted TV quizzes.
The ten-episode “Chinese Poetry Competition?#20445;瑂ince its broadcast^ has been praised for injecting vitality (活力) into TV programs with fantastic performances of contestants,impressive comments from judges as well as its innovative interactive mode. In the show, poems can be adapted into songs or depicted (描绘) through artistic pictures. Any contestant who can memorize the latest number of poems may not necessarily be the final winner, while fast reaction and usage of poems matter a lot more in the competition.
Wu Yishu, a 16-year-old student from the High School Attached to Fudan University in Shanghai, is the champion of this season. Her rich knowledge of classical poetry impressed everyone and she rose to become famous online. In an earlier episode, Wu wowed the audience when performing in a section. She amazingly recited lines from the Classic of Poetry(《诗经》),the earliest collection of poems in China.
“Learning poems isn't about winning or losing. The power of poetry lies in shaping one’s view of life and developing one’s inner world.” said Li Bo, an expert guest at the Chinese Poetry Competition's second season.
When it comes to teaching people about poetry, Li Dingguang, the show’s academic advisor, suggested that teachers should explain more about the beauty of the poetry from both the aesthetic (审美的) and emotional sides, and guide students to lose themselves in the poems,rhythmic and rhyming (押韵的) lines.
“Although the proportion (比例) of ancient Chinese poems in the textbooks of primary and secondary schools has increased, many students still learn them for exams.” Li Dingguang said, “Therefore, it’s important to help students truly appreciate the artistry and fun of poetry.”
32. The TV show has been produced to            .
A. appreciate classical Chinese poetry and cherish our traditional culture.
B. shape people's view of life and develop their inner world
C. help students learn poems for exams
D. explore cultural genes and enjoy classical Chinese poetry and life
33. What do we know about the TV show?
A. Only by memorizing as many poems as possible can a contestant win the quiz.
B. Poems can be adapted into any form of art in the show.
C. The TV show has aroused people's interest in classical Chinese poetry.
D. Fantastic performances of contestants matter most.
34. Which of the following may Li Dingguang agree with?
A. The beauty of the poetry should be explained more from the aesthetic and emotional sides.
B. Students should memorize the poems’ rhythmic and rhyming lines.
C. The main duty of teachers is to help students truly appreciate the artistry and fun of poetry.
D. There will be more and more ancient Chinese poems in the textbooks of primary and secondary schools.
35. The underlined word “wowed” in the third paragraph probably means        .
A. excited  B. impressed  C. puzzled  D. inspired
Stressful situations are sometimes unavoidable. Each of us perceives (理解) challenges in our own way and reaction to them also varies. How stressful our life is depends not only on us. 36 And this is something we cannot change.
What if we do not try to change others, but rather try and change our attitude to stress and tension that we often experience at work?
Stretching and doing a short workout
Stretching releases muscle tension that accumulates in your back, shoulders, and neck during the day. Even when your day is extremely busy, do your best and set aside at least 5-10 minutes to do some exercise. There are plenty of exercises you can practise that do not require any special equipment: .yoga, or simple squats (蹲起) - you can pick any kind of workout to your liking. 37 Working out is beneficial for both your body and mind.
Drink a cup of herbal tea
38 Some of them, such as chamomile (甘菊) and peppermint (薄荷) , are a powerful tool helping to fight stress and anxiety. NASA scientists have recently carried out research into the effect of herbs and found out that peppermint scent decreases tiredness by 20% and reduces frustration by 25%, Make a smarter choice and, while at work,drink herbal tea instead of coffee.
Take a stroll (漫步)
Once you find yourself in a different surroundings you will feel much better. 39 Order your favorite drink and distract yourself by watching people go by. If your office is located in an environmentally clean place, for example, near a city park. You can then refresh yourself and relax a bit before you dive back into your working routine.
Call someone who you know can understand and support you when you feel stressed. A study shows that communication with close people, such as your friends or parents, produces oxytocin in your body—the hormone that is needed to successfully fight tension and stress.
A. Drinking herbal tea can effectively relieve tension.
B. Have a chat
C. Physical activity will boost your energy level dad help you calm down.
D. Herbs work miracles.
E. Other people influence it as well.
E. If your office is situated in a busy city center, then you can spend your lunch break m a sidewalk cafe.
G. Find help
第三部分  语言知?#23545;?#29992;(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?#27169;?#20174;短文后各给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最 佳选项。
Degree Isn’t Everything
It is widely believed that highly educated students are more likely to a good job. However, at an on-campus job 41 in Jiangsu province found it difficult to get a good 42 from big companies. It seemed that most companies preferred undergraduates. 43, some of the postgraduates ascribed (归因于) their failure in job bunting to the 44 three education.
In my opinion, this phenomenon has 45 to do with our educational system. In China, most students work hard only to get a high score on exams, while totally 46 the importance of practical skills. Young college students choose to continue their studies for a higher degree, 47 they believe the diploma can make them more 48 in job hunting. However, it is a misunderstanding that all companies will think 49 of applicant wits a master’s degree. In fact, what most transnational corporations want is a/an 50 with rich work experience. Nowadays, employers pay more attention to 51 skills and innovation (创新) ability,which will 52 their employees to make greater contributions and bring more 53 to the company. In this situation, those who have a higher degree but lack practical skills will not be 54.
Furthermore, postgraduates usually 55 a higher salary, while undergraduates tend to be satisfied with a 56 starting salary. The best way to 57 a company is to save costs and improve work efficiency. If you were the employer, would you be willing to pay more money 58 an employee with less experience? I guess the answer is negative.
In a word, it is important for both undergraduates and postgraduates to 59 their knowledge structure and improve practical skills to survive in the 60 social competition.
41. A. meeting   B. fair   C. scene   D. sight
42. A. work   B. opportunity  C. offer   D. chance
43. A. Still   B. Therefore   C. However   D. Otherwise
44. A. extra   B. spare    C. special   D. specific
45. A. few   B. many    C. little   D. much
46. A. emphasizing  B. ignoring   C. valuing  D. evaluating
47. A. because   B. why    C. while   D. so
48. A. advanced  B. senior   C. competent   D. risky
49. A. particularly   B. favorably   C. properly   D. especially
50. A. worker   B. clerk     C. employee  D. staff
51. A. true   B. real    C. virtual   D. practical
52. A. enable    B. allow   C. make   D. have
53. A. salary    B. benefits  C. fund   D. finance
54. A. received   B. praised  C. valued   D. assessed
55. A. ask for    B. apply for   C. look for   D. go for
56. A. lower   B. higher    C. more   D. less
57. A. rule    B. organize   C. direct    D. run
58. A. at    B. to     C. on   D. for
59. A. adopt   B. adjust   C. adore   D. adapt
60. A. crazy   B. extreme  C. fierce   D. violent
第三部分  语言知?#23545;?#29992;(共两节,满分45分)
Chinese President Will Go to Finland, Then to US Leader’s Mar-a-Lago Resort
By ZHANG YVNBI \ China Daily | Updated: 2017-03-SJ 03:48
Beijing confirmed 61 Thursday that President Xi Jinping will meet with US president next week in Florida, 62 (mark) their first meeting 63 Donald Trump took office in January.
Xi Will pay 64 state visit to Finland from Tuesday through Thursday and then meet with Trump at the Mar-a-Lago resort 65 is owned by Trump in Florida on Thursday and Friday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said at a daily news briefing.
So far,Xi and Trump 66 (speak) to each other twice by phone. Their first meeting was announced on the trade relations between the world’s two 67 (economy). China and the US are each other’s 68 (large) trading partners.
On China-US trade issues, Lu said Beijing is ready to “expand cooperation in economic and bade areas,properly tackle (处理) economic and trade frictions through dialogue and 69  (communicate) and ensure to 70 (stable) develop China-US economic and trade ties”.
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)
Dear Amy,
I’m excited that you will come to visit China during the winter vacations. I’m writing to know that whether you can buy something for me.
Now, I’m wondering whether you can buy a kindle, e-book reader, for me, for the screen of my old kindle was broken because of the tore cover. It is produced by Amazon. I preferred a white one. Besides, the screen measure 19 cm at 13.5 cm will be better. By the way, my budget is about 1000 yuan. Please help me to buy it if it is convenience for you. I will high appreciate your kindness.
I’m looking forward to your coming soon.
Li Hua
第二节  书面表达(满分25分)
1. 简单介绍室内禁烟令;
2. 列举违反规定的现象;
3. 谈谈你?#28304;?#31181;现象的看法。
注意:1. ?#36866;?00左右;
  2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;
  3. 开头已给出,不计入总?#36866;?BR>提示词:禁烟令smoking ban
According to the strictest smoking ban since March 1st this year,                                                                                                            
听力:1-20 BACBA    ACBCA    BCBAC   BACBA 
阅读理解:21-24 ABDA   25-27 DBA  28-31 ACDC   32-35 DCAB  36-40 ECDFB
完形填空:41-45 BCBAD   46-50 BACBC  51-55 DABCA   56-60 ADDBC
语篇填空:61. on     62. marking    63. since    64. a      65. which/that 
  66. have spoken   67. economies    68. largest     69. communication   70. stably
Dear Amy,
I’m excited that you will come to visit China during the winter vacations. I’m writing to know that whether you           
can buy something for me. 
Now, I’m wondering whether you can buy a kindle, ∧e-book reader, for me, for the screen of my old kindle was
broken because of the tore cover. It is produced by Amazon. I preferred a white one. Besides, the screen measure 19
                  torn                              prefer                           measuring
cm at 13.5 cm will be better. By the way, my budget is about 1000 yuan. Please help me to buy it if it is convenience
   by                                                                       one     convenient
 for you. I will high appreciate your kindness.
I’m looking forward to your coming soon.
Li Hua
One possible version:
According to the strictest smoking ban since March 1st this year, people in Shanghai are forbidden to smoke in every indoor public place including working offices, any means of transportation, etc.
However, there have been many people violating the ban so far. For example, one day on my way to school in a bus, I saw a middle-aged man smoking, neglecting the warning of the driver completely.
As far as I’m concerned, it is necessary to ban smoking in public places, for smoking can ruin the health of both the smoker and the people around him. Therefore, I want to appeal to the smokers to learn and obey the new rules so that we could have a better public environment.

听力原?#27169;?BR>1. W: Do you get along well with Jack at the office?
  M: He ordered everyone around as if he were the boss there.
2. M: I think I’ll order the chocolate ice cream because I didn’t eat lunch earlier today.
  W: No dessert for me. I can hardly get into my jeans as it is.
3. M: Shall I start to paint on the outside of your house now?
  W: Not yet. I’ve not made up my mind about the color. I’ll have to wait until tomorrow when my husband comes back.
4. M: I’d love to go to the Super Bowl next week, but I don’t think there are any more tickets.
  W: Why don’t you talk to Laura? She is a big football fan. She might be able to give you some advice on how to get a ticket. And I know she is planning to go herself, so maybe you could go with her.
5. W: Excuse me, can you tell me how to get to the zoo?
  M: You can take a No. 111 Bus.
  W: Where shall I get off the bus?
  M: At the railway station. The zoo is to the east of it. It’s not very far, you can’t miss it.
  W: Thank you.
6. W: Can I help you, sir?
  M: Yes, I want to get some pillows. Where can I find them?
  W: Come this way, please. There are many beautiful ones here.
  M: How much are these pillows, please?
  W: $4.00 each or $7.00 for a pair.
  M: I’ll take a pair of this kind.
7. M: I’m wondering if it’s going to be fine this afternoon.
  W: So what?
  M: The sports meet! It’s fixed at 2:00, but the fog! You can only see a short distance.
  W: But don’t you see the wind’s beginning to lift it up? I bet it will be fine this afternoon.
  M: Don’t be so sure.
  W: You’ve heard the forecast this morning, haven’t you?
  M: No. That’s why I’m worried.
  W: Why not try the 24-hour telephone weather forecast service?
  M: Gee! How come I didn’t think of that? I’ll do it right away.
8. W: Tom, when can we expect you and your daughter for dinner? Next Saturday?
  M: Next Saturday? I’m sorry. I’ve promised to go to a Chinese opera with my daughter. She’s been longing for that day.
  W: How about Sunday then?
  M: Yes, Sunday sounds fine. What time?
  W: Does 6:30 suit you?
  M: It suits me fine, but we don’t know where you live.
  W: No problem. I’ll meet you at the school entrance. I just live two blocks away.
  M: All right. What do you want us to bring?
  W: Well, I don’t know. That’ll be for you to decide.
  M: Good. I’ve got a new dish that I want to try out.
  W: Fine. I’ll see you then.
  M: Thanks. Goodbye.
9. M: Is it true that fast-food restaurants are very popular in the USA?
  W: Yes, especially in those big cities.
  M: Why?
  W: Because the food is good, the service is fast and the prices are low.
  M: Oh, that’s good. Then which restaurant is most well-known?
  W: McDonald’s. By 1982, there were 7063 McDonald’s in the world, and about 1283 of them were in other countries, such as Japan, West Germany, England and Australia.
  M: I see. How about the service and the food?
  W: Well, the employees there are helpful and polite, and the tables and floors are clean enough, most important, customers can get the same food, at any McDonald’s in any state or country. The food, of course, is quite good. French fries, the hamburgers, the sandwiches—all are specially prepared. Workers would buy their lunches there because they tasted better than their lunches from home.
  M: Who is the owner of McDonald’s?
  W: It was first owned by two brothers, Richard and Maurice McDonald. Then, in 1960, Ray Kroc, a 56 years old salesman, bought the name and most of their restaurants for $2.7 million, and now he is the owner.
10.   Yes, you’re right. I am from South Africa. I am not at all used to this cold weather,
but I am glad to say that I have all the clothes for this freezing weather.
When I first got to know that I would be attending this international conference
here in Finland, I had no idea what kind of clothes I should take along. I didn’t know what to do when I thought of this two week stay here, with a rather formal dinner, a few parties, social gatherings and a dance during the conference.
Fortunately, my friend Julia has been to Northern Europe. Yes, she was a great help. She helped to solve my biggest problem. She placed an order for some warm suits and dresses, business-type clothes, of course, of dark colours. She also bought me some skirts and blouses so that I could wear the same clothes in several different ways. A couple of lively coloured dresses will give me a nice change from time to time. She also helped to choose a very warm raincoat and a pair of boots.
Oh, how lucky I am to have such a helpful friend. She saved me a lot of trouble.




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