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第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)
例:How much is the shirt?
A. £19.15. B. £9.18. C. £9.15.
1. What does the man usually do after waking up in the morning?
A. Brush his teeth. B. Check the weather forecast. C. Go out.
2. How does the woman feel about the man’s remark?
A. Disappointed. B. Surprised C. Delighted.
3. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In a room. B. In an open area. C. In a theatre.
4. What’s the probable relationship between the speakers?
A. Colleagues. B. Teacher and students C. Customer and clerk.
5. What is the man doing?
A. Seeing a doctor. B. Applying for a job. C. Visiting an old friend.
6. What is the woman doing?
A. Buying a cell phone.
B. Selling her old cell phone.
C. Having her cell phone repaired.
7. When will the woman come again?
A. This afternoon. B. Tomorrow morning. C. Tomorrow afternoon.
8. Where is the woman going?
A. Toronto. B. Quebec. C. Montreal.
9. Why does the woman choose the late train?
A. It’s much faster. B. It’s much cheaper. C. It’s more comfortable.
10. What does the man think of his camping trip in the Boundary Waters?
A. Excellent. B. Difficult. C. Dangerous.
11. What do the two speakers talking about?
A. Watch movies. B. Go camping. C. Take photos.
12. What are the speakers talking about?
A. Weekend plans. B. Free time hobbies. C. University classes.
13. Why does the man take an evening course?
A. He has to work during the day.
B. He has signed up for a day course.
C. He finds the day course experience.
14. What course does the woman suggest the man take?
A. A basic course. B. Computer programming. C. Computer repairing.
15. How long does the course last?
A. About two months. B. About three months. C. About four months.
16. What does the man ask at the end of the conversation?
A. What to bring for registration.
B. Where to attend the class.
C. How to pay the fee.
17. Why did Boris arrange the marathon?
A. To show his determination.
B. To show a coldest marathon.
C. To show the beauty of Siberia.
18. What temperature did Boris experience in his first marathon?
A. -26°C. B. -38°C. C. -50°C.
19. When is the Antarctica Marathon held?
A. In December. B. In January. C. In February.
20. What’s the speaker talking about?
A. A cold-weather athletic challenger.
B. The coldest places on earth.
C. Unforgettable marathons.
第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)
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If you are looking for career-training programs to promote yourself, Lethbridge College might be right for you. We work hard to help our students succeed. Here are four of our most-chosen programs that can help with your pursuit(追求)of career and academic goals.
Career Opportunities
Starts in

Administrative Office Professional
When you graduate, you’ll be ready to succeed in a variety of office environments in positions such as:
·receptionist ·office assistant
·administrative assistant ·executive secretary
September, January

Business Administration
A variety of opportunities will await you once you graduate. You can choose your career in fields such as:
·accounting or banking ·e-commerce
·human resources ·management

Diploma with Designated(指定的)Major
September, January and May

Early Childhood Education
When you graduate from either ECE program, your in-demand skills will open up opportunities in:
·child care centres ·kindergarten classes
·preschool programs ·schools
Certificate (Year 1) / Diploma (Year 2)
September and January (on campus and online), May (online only)

English as a Second Language (ESL)
When you complete your English as a Second Language studies, you’ll be able to enroll in one of our many college programs, such as:
·Practical Nursing
·Engineering Technology
·Business Administration
·University Transfer Programs
Certificate of Completion
September, January and May

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21. What program will you choose if you want to work as an accountant?
A. Administrative Office Professional. B. Business Administration.
C. Early Childhood Education. D. English as a School Language.
22. What can a trainee get after finishing ESL program?
A. Certificate of Graduation. B. Diploma with Designated Major.
C. Diploma in Language Education. D. Certificate of Completion.
23. What’s the purpose of the text?
A. To compare some training programs. B. To attract more new students.
C. To provide some job information. D. To inform students of training time.
We were sitting in her classroom, giggling each other and talking about the latest information of the day. Mrs. Virginia De View, whose physical appearance made her an easy target for snickers(窃笑)and cruel jokes among students, cleared her throat and asked us to be silent.
“Now,” Mrs. Virginia De View said, smiling, “we are going to discover our professions.” The class seemed to be greatly surprised. We were only 13 and 14 years old.
“Yes, you will all be searching for your future professions,” she said, “You will have to do a research paper on your upcoming career. Each of you will have to interview someone in your field, plus give an oral report.”
Finally, I picked print journalism, and interviewed a true-blue newspaper reporter in the flesh. After a few days, I gave my oral report totally from memory in class. I got an A on the entire project.
Years later, I forgot all about Virginia DeView and the careers we selected. I was in college looking around for a new career, but with no success. Then I remembered Virginia DeView and my desire at 13 to be a journalist. And I called my parents. They didn’t stop me. They just reminded me how competitive the field was. This was true. But journalism did something to me; it was in my blood. For the past 12 years, I’ve had the most incredible and satisfying reporting career.
I get asked all the time: “How did you pick journalism?”
“Well, you see, there was this teacher…” I always start out. Virginia DeView will probably never know without her help. I would not have become a journalist and a writer. I wonder now how many other students benefited from that career project.
I believe that when people reflect back over their school days, there will be their very own Virginia DeView. Perhaps you can thank her before it’s too late.
24. What did the students think of Mrs. Virginia’s project in her class?
A. Harmful. B. Crazy. C. Beneficial. D. Flexible.
25. What is Virginia DeView’s project?
A. Career planning. B. Oral ability.
C. Paper research. D. Interviewing skills.
26. What can be inferred about the author?
A. He keeps in touch with Mrs. Virginia.
B. He practiced as a journalist in college.
C. His parents were against his decision.
D. He enjoys working as a journalist.
27. What’s the writer’s intention of writing this passage?
A. To express gratitude to Mrs. Virginia.
B. To give an oral report on selecting a career.
C. To show challenges he met as a reporter.
D. To look for his previous classmates.
Life on Earth evolve(进化)through the passing on of genes. How does culture evolve?
The evolution biologist, Richard Dawkins, coined the term “meme” in his book The Selfish Gene. According to Dawkins, while genes are the pieces of biological information from our parents which determines our appearance and how we grow, memes are units of cultural information—ideas and beliefs—that “pass from brain to brain”. Like genes, memes must compete for survival—if a meme cannot gain our attention, it disappears.
Basically, any shared idea related to culture is a meme. Myths, for example, are memes. Every society has its own stories that have survived, with some variations, for hundreds or thousands of years. The mythological dragon in Chinese culture is an idea that has been successfully passed between people for generation, and is therefore also a meme.
Historically, memes have spread very gradually by word of mouth. Within Internet culture, though, a successful idea can be shared between millions of people within a few hours. Internet memes (which may, for example, take the form of an image, a video or a website) may not last long, but they are particularly catching. They are shared, “liked”, copied and thus rapidly grown.
Then why do some ideas succeed in gaining our attention while others fail to attract us? It’s difficult to say, but humour is generally a factor(因素). People are most likely to forward something to their friends if they think it is funny, the easier it is to digest, the further the meme travels. Other memes may gain ground because they are something out of the ordinary. Aside from pure entertainment, Internet memes have a commercial aspect. Given their mass appeal, it is no surprise that advertisements turn up alongside them.
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