1. What does the woman ask the man to do?
A. Go to a film with her. B. Go to a company. C. Buy a map.
2. Where does the conversation most probably take place?
A. In a shop. B. In an office. C. In a flat.
3. What does the woman want to buy?
A. A car. B. Some equipment. C. A bar.
4. What will the woman most probably write with?
A. A pencil. B. A ball-pen. C. A pen.
5. What do you know about the reporter?
A. He is old. B. He is generous. C. He is successful.
6. How does Martin feel?
A. Tired. B. Excited. C. Happy.
7. Why is Martin so busy?
A. Because his boss doesn’t help him.
B. Because he has to do everything by himself.
C. Because he likes to run an office.
8. Why did the woman feel sorry?
A. Because she was absent from a meeting.
B. Because she was late for her work.
C. Because she has no relative experience.
9. When should the woman hand in the form?
A. In the morning. B. The next day. C. Before work is over.
10. What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers?
B. Teacher and student.
C. Parent and child.
11. Why was Tony absent from school?
A. Because he was ill at home.
B. Because he didn’t like his teacher.
C. Because he was addicted to computer games.
12. What’s the woman’s opinion on this matter?
A. Teenagers should be prevented from going to the Internet cafe.
B. Students should do something more instructive.
C. Parents should care more about their children.
13. What do we know about the woman’s last picnic?
A. She stayed home for fear it would rain.
B. She had a good time with her friends.
C. She got caught in the sudden rain.
14. Who will drive the car on the way to the picnic?
A. Clifford. B. George. C. Lydia.
15. Why aren’t the speakers so sure about George’s arriving on time?
A. Because he often gets up late.
B. Because his car always breaks down.
C. Because he may be delayed during the rush hour.
16. What does the woman want to do after the picnic?
A. Take a walk around.
B. Stay home reading.
C. Learn to drive a car.
17. What is Harry?
A. A dog. B. A bird. C. A boy.
18. Why did Harry catch an apple a day?
A. Because Harry loved apples very much.
B. Because the apples often fell on the ground.
C. Because Harry liked to play with it.
19. What did Harry do on the snowy day?
A. He ate up all the apples.
B. He dug holes to put the apples in them.
C. He brought the apples under the snow to the ground.
20. Why did the birds fly to the garden?
A. To look for Harry. B. To eat the apples. C. To make new homes.
A trip to Paris is not complete without a visit to the Eiffel Tower. To get the most out of your visit, read our tips below：
Visit at Night
Riding up the Eiffel Tower at night and looking out over the streets of Paris, you’ll see why Paris is known as the “City of Light”. At street level，the spotlights on the top of the Tower zoom across the Paris skyline, and the reflections of the Tower in the Seine are sights not to be missed.
Purchase Your Ticket in Advance Online
Bypass the long ticket lines at the Eiffel Tower by purchasing your ticket online from the Eiffel Tower website. You’ll pick a time to visit, and then select whether to print out the ticket or display it on your phone or iPad a convenient option if you buy your ticket in Paris without easy access to a printer.
Don’t Bring Valuable Objects with You
Before entering the Eiffel Tower, your bags will be examined by a security officer. If an item you are carrying sets off the metal detector, the officer will take you away from the line for further inspection. We’ve stood in line for hours behind people who missed their chance to go up the Eiffel Tower.
Have Drinks and Snacks at the Eiffel Tower
If you’re like us，after an exciting trip to the Eiffel Tower，you’ll be ready to rest your legs and have a relaxing snack and a drink in a Parisian cafe. Across the Seine in the Trocadero area, there are many elegant cafes. The atmosphere is great，but the prices are in the stratosphere. Actually, the perfect place for common visitors to eat and drink is on the Eiffel Tower itself.
21. Why does the author suggest visiting the Tower at night?
A. Because you can stand on the top of the Tower.
B. Because you can avoid the crowds and enjoy it peacefully.
C. Because you can have a special sight of the city of Pairs.
D. Because you can see the Seine as clear as possible.
22. What does the underlined word “Bypass” in Paragraph 3 mean?
A. Stand. B. Avoid. C. Control. D. Remember.
23. Why did some people fail to go up the Eiffel Tower?
A. Because they didn’t seize the chance. B. Because they lost valuable objects.
C. Because they set off the metal detector. D. Because they had a quarrel with the officer.
24. What can be inferred from the last paragraph?
A. The author recommends tourists have snacks at the Eiffel Tower.
B. The Eiffel Tower provides expensive foods and drinks.
C. The author prefers to eat across the Seine.
D. You spend more if you have snacks at the Tower.
As confusion disappeared, we found freedom, time, and energy to do more of what we love. We started hiking more and added weekend and weeklong camping trips. In doing so，we realized more and more benefits of being outdoors.
The physical health benefits from being outside may be pretty obvious at first, but there are more than I realized. Studies have shown that besides the vitamin D intake, being outside can even reduce recovery and healing time. Activity outdoors can also have a higher fitness benefit than exercise done indoors.
A walk in the woods or even just a quick trip to a park can help reduce anxiety, improve short-term memory and reduce mental tiredness. Any time I need a boost in my mood, spending even five minutes in the sunshine will help. Imagine the benefits we receive from spending an entire day or even more outdoors.
As I’ve made it my preference to be outdoors, I find myself inspired and excited about life. Many people claim that their best ideas come to them in the shower. I have had the same happen when in nature. My creativity, confidence, and focus all increase after a hike or a weekend spent camping.
In between my my generation and the generation of my children, there has been an extreme decrease in the amount of time kids are spending more time indoors than ever before and shares shocking statistics of how little time kids get out VS hours of screen time each day. This has given rise to many negative consequences such as poorer physical and mental health.
However, as mentioned previously, all the benefits we as adults can receive from time spent outdoors, it is even better for our kids. It is clear that time in nature is good for both adults and children.
25. According to the passage, we can know that .
A. it is necessary to take in more vitamin D B. being outside helps us get well sooner
C. indoor exercise is kind of harmful to health D. keeping fit is very important for children
26. How does the author give advice to readers?
A. By making comparisons. B. By presenting his personal experience.
C. By giving warnings. D. By following the order of importance.
27. When does the author have his best ideas?
A. When he is having a shower. B. When he is with the kids.
C. When he is in nature. D. When he comes back from work.
28. What can we infer from the passage?
A. The author is an expert in physical health. B. The author is strict with his children.
C. Many children still prefer to stay indoors. D. Most parents ignore the value of being outdoors.