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 If you look around the streets of London, you'll see the many methods people use to move around. Whether ifs a way to work, a trip to the shops, or a sightseeing trip, there are people on buses, the underground, cars, motorbikes, bicycles and even roller skates. The roads are already    50    : and now there's a new addition: electric, or "e-scooters".

This traditional children's vehicle has become more welcomed over the years. And now, with a small electric motor, it's become a cheap and easy way of    51    . Scooting around town can be fun and doesn't need much effort, so they're becoming increasingly welcomed in cities around the world. But following some serious accidents caused by an electric scooter in the UK, questions are being asked about their safety and    52    traffic laws should be changed.

Some scooter riders have been seen on pavements; others on the road jumping red traffic lights, adding to traffic jams on the road. In the UK, the law says that riding one on the public highway or pavement is not    53    . Riders now face a £300 punishment and six points on their driving license for doing so. But, still e-scooters can be seen    54    . And now users are calling on rules to be changed.

The UK government is looking at how safely they can be used on the road and is examining the law again. But the official said, "It is an    55    product. We know there is need among people. However, safety must always be the first to consider when talking about their use on public highways in this country."

There are dangers in riding a two-wheeled scooter. Some of them can drive at high speed, over 30mph. They sometimes only have one brake (刹车) and no lights. It seems more work needs to be done to give e-scooters a safe and right space to travel in.

50Acleaned           Bcleared                   Ccrowded                 Dcovered

51Atransport         Bcalculation              Cfashion                   Dbusiness

52Awhen              Bwhether                  Cwhat                      Dwho

53Atouched           Bdesigned                 Cprogrammed           Dallowed

54Asomewhere      Bnowhere                 Ceverywhere             Danywhere

55Aexpensive        Bold                         Cactive                     Dordinary

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50C

51A

52B

53D

54C

55D

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本文讲述了新型的交通工具电动摩托车很受大众欢迎,既便宜又方便,但是存在很多危险,并发行了一些相应的法规来为大家提供一个安全的骑行环境。

50句意:道路已经很拥挤了。现在又多了一种新的交通工具:电动车或电动摩托车。

cleaned清洁的;cleared清澈的;crowded拥挤的;covered覆盖了的。根据上文there are people on buses, the underground, cars, motorbikes, bicycles and even roller skates.可知,路上有这么多交通工具,已经很拥挤了,故选C

51句意:现在,有了小电动摩托车,它就变成了一种既便宜又方便的交通方式。

transport交通;calculation计算;fashion时尚;business商业。因为电动车是一种交通工具,故选A

52句意:但在英国发生了几起电动踏板车引发的严重事故后,人们就开始质疑他们的安全性,以及交通规则是否应该改变。

when什么时候;whether是否;what什么;who谁。根据questions are being asked about their safety…traffic laws should be changed可知,交通事故后,他们开始质疑这种交通工具的安全性以及相关的交通规则,所以是交通规则是否要改变,故选B

53句意:在英国,法律规定在公共公路或人行道上骑踏板车是不允许的。

touched感动的;designed有计划的;programmed程序化的;allowed允许的。根据Some scooter riders have been seen on pavements; others on the road jumping red traffic lights, adding to traffic jams on the road.一些骑踏板车的人出现在人行道上,其他人在路上闯红灯,增加了路上的交通堵塞。可知,新出的交通规则里不允许踏板车出现在公共公路或人行道上,故选D

54句意:但是,仍然可以到处看到电动滑板车。

somewhere某个地方;nowhere无处;everywhere到处;anywhere任何地方。根据上文Riders now face a £300 punishment and six points on their driving license for doing so.以及下文now users are calling on rules to be changed.可知,新规规定不允许在公共公路或人行道上骑踏板车,否则要面临处罚,人们对此不满意,所以呼吁改变规则,以此推断,仍然可以到处看到踏板车,故选C

55句意:这是一种很普通的产品。

expensive昂贵的;old旧的;active活跃的;ordinary普通的。因为全文都在讲这是一种新型的既方便又便宜的交通工具,故排除AB;根据最后一段对这种工具的描述a two-wheeled scooteronly have one brake (刹车) and no lights可知,它是一款普通的产品,故选D

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   About five or six years ago I went to London for the first time. It was in the summer holidays and I went with my    11   . It was quite expensive by plane or train, so we    12    to travel by coach(长途汽车). We left at five in the morning and the    13    took about sixteen hours. We stayed in London for three days, in a youth hotel not far from the city centre. My friends and I    14    a big room on the top floor. The beds were not very comfortable and the bathroom was very small,    15    it had a wonderful view overlooking the River Thames.

While we were in London we went to a lot of places. On the first day, we went to see all the main sights(名胜),    16    Big Ben, Piccadilly Circus, and Buckingham Palace. On the second day, we went shopping on Oxford Street. On the    17    day, my friends and I went to Camden Market. You can buy all kinds of jewelry and clothes there. I bought a silver    18    for my sister. It was really sunny in the afternoon, so we went to watch a football game. Unluckily, I think the ring fell out of    19    pocket during the game, and I had to buy another one.

I really enjoyed visiting London, although the youth hotel was not    20   . Next time, I will stay at a wonderful hotel, but I guess I will never feel as excited as I did that first time.

11Asisters             Bparents                   Cfriends                   Dgrandparents

12Ahated              Bdecided                  Crefused                   Dcontinued

13Ashow              Bstudy                      Cjourney                  Dcompetition

14Adrew               Bcleaned                   Cbought                   Dshared

15Aand                 Bbut                         Cso                          Dif

16Asuch as            Bup to                      Cinstead of               Drather than

17Afirst                Bsecond                    Cfourth                    Dlast

18Abag                 Bhat                         Cring                       Dphone

19Amy                 Bhis                         Cher                        Dits

20Anear                Bnew                       Cperfect                   Dcheap

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    Egypt is one of the oldest civilizations (文明) in the world. It has great culture and history. Lets take a look at some wonderful places in the country.

Arabian Desert

Do you think it might be fun to ride a camel in the desert? If so, you should go to the Arabian Desert. It is also known as the Eastern Desert. It takes up nearly one-quarter of Egypt's land. Riding a camel is fun. Camels kneel down to let you sit on them.

Luxor

If you want to see ancient palaces and buildings, Luxor is a great place to go. People there call it the "open-air museum of ancient Egypt". Many people visit Luxor every year. Some famous places there include the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens.

The Great Sphinx

The Great Sphinx is a statue of a lion with a man's head. It's very large. The Sphinx is about 240 feet long (about 73 m) and 65 feet high (about 20m). Its eyes are two meters high! For hundreds of years, the Sphinx has guarded(守卫) the Great Pyramid of Khufu.

21What can we know about the Arabian Desert?

AIt is the third largest desert in the world.

BIt takes up nearly one-quarter of Egypt's land.

CIt is located in Western Africa.

DIt is famous for its large number of camels.

22What does the underlined word it" refer to in this passage?

ADessert          BEgypt.           CValley.          DLuxor.

23Which of the following places is NOT in Egypt?

ALuxor.                               BThe Valley of the Kings.

CThe Valley of the Queens.            DKilimanjaro.

24________ guards the Great Pyramid of Khufu.

AThe Eastern Desert                   BThe Great Sphinx

CThe Nile River                       DThe Arabian Desert

25This passage is mainly about _______.

Athe history of Africa                Bfamous pyramids in Egypt

Cfamous places in Egypt               Dthe largest country in Africa

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    The opening of the Beijing—Zhangjiakou high-speed railway took place in December, 2019. The railway is a milestone in China’s railway development because it has used the latest technologies in railway building.

The railway is 174 kilometers long, with 10 stations. The stations are managed by one control center, which is described by China Railway Beijing Group also known as CR Bejing as an “intelligent (智能的) brain”. The center collects and shares the stations’ real-time information. “With the information, the workers in the center can control the stations’ lighting and temperature, monitor (监测) trains’ operation and deal with emergencies(紧急情况).” said Zhu Dianping, from CR Beiing.

Zhu said some trains on the BejingZhangjiakou line are “smart” as they provide 5G signals and wireless charging (无线充电) for passengers, as well as intelligent lighting. These trains can start and stop, open and close doors, and deal with emergencies themselves.

All the ten stations provide e-ticket services. Travelers who have bought tickets online can use their ID cards instead of waiting in line for paper tickets.

At Qinghe Railway Station in Beijing, China’s first visual remote ticket vending machine (远程可视售票机) has been installed (安装) to help passengers who are not able to afford tickets online. Passengers keep in touch with the conductor through the machine and buy tickets according to video instructions.

In addition, the Badaling Great Wall Station, the deepest underground railway station in China, is another great example of the country’s achievements in railway building.

16What does the word “milestone” mean in Chinese?

A英石(重量单位)     B垫脚石                   C里程碑                  D里程表

17The control center is described as ________.

ACR Beijing   BRailway Beijing Group  

Ca railway station      Dan “intelligent brain”

18Which is right according to the passage?

AEach station has a control center.

BAll the trains can start and stop themselves.

CAll the stations have visual remote ticket vending machines.

DThe Badaling Great Wall Station is the deepest underground railway station in China.

19E-ticket services are provided so that travelers ________.

Acan buy cheaper tickets                               Bneedn’t wait in line for paper tickets

Ccan only buy tickets online                          Dcan buy paper tickets

20What is special about the Bejing—Zhangialou high-speed railway according to the passage?

AFast and cheap.       BLong and deep.      

CSmart and intelligent.                                 DExpensive and steady.

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(2017年黑龙江哈尔滨

Travel to Italy

Cities

Milan(米兰)

Venice (威尼斯)

Florence(佛罗伦萨)

Rome(罗马)

Population in=2010

1,307,900

270,500

369thousand

2.74million

Area

Larger than Florence's

7.6square kilometers

=104square kilometers

Over 1507square kilometers (City area)

Typical feature特征

The second largest city in Italy

A water city

The birthplace of Rensissance(文艺复兴发源地)

The capital city

Climate

Wet

Warm winter and Hot summer

Pleasant climate

Warm and wet in winter while hot and dry in summer

根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案.

23There are      famous Italian cities mentioned in the form.

Atwo                                   Bthree                                 Cfour

24Milan has a      climate according to the form.

Awet                                   Bhot                                    Cdry

25According to the form,      is the smallest in area.

ARome                                BVenice                               CMilan

26Florence is well known as     

Athe largest city in Italy

Bthe water city

Cthe birthplace of Rensissance

27Which of the following is TRUE according to the form above?     

AIn 2010,the population of Florence was larger than that of Milan.

BThe population of Rome was 2,74,000in 2010.

CThe capital city has an area of less than 1507square kilometers.

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