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1. A) A deadly fish has been spotted in the Mediterranean waters.
2. C) It could poses a threat to other marine species.
3. B) About half of its city center will be closed to ears.
4. A) The rising air pollution in Paris
5. B) His houses has burnt down in a fire.
6. D) Sell the pearl he had kept for years.
7. C) His monstrous pearl was extremely valuable.
8. A) It boasts a farily long history.
9. C) It is a family business.
10. D) Loss of competitive edge.
11. A) Conducting a financial analysis for it.
12. D) She is really impressed by the man's house.
13. B) From home design magazine.
14. C) The cost was affordable.
15. B) She wants him to share his renovation experiences with her.
16. D) Removing objects from patients' noses and ears.
17. C) Five to nine-year-olds were the most likely to put things in their ears.
18. D) They are curious about these body parts.
19. B) It gave her a used bicycle.
20. A) Expanding bike-riding lessons.
21. B) It is a charity organization.
22. D) How animals deal with lack of gravity.
23. A) They were not used to the low-gravity environment.
24. C) They already felt at home in the new environment.
25. B) They behaved as if they were on Earth.
 
纯视听一致 40%  10道题
视听一致+同义替换 48%  12道题
纯同义替换 12% 3道题(有一道是全文理解)

Passage 1
主题:孩子往耳朵和鼻子里塞东西,去医院取出
 
16. D) Removing objects from patients' noses and ears.
听力原文:Removing foreign objects from ears and nosescosts England almost 3 million pounds a year, a study suggests. 
考点:视听一致
 
17. C) Five to nine-year-olds were the most likely to put things in their ears.
听力原文:five to nine-year-olds come to the hospital with something in their ears the most.
考点:视听一致
 
18. D) They are curious about these body parts.
听力原文:考点:视听一致+同义替换
According to the study, the occurrence of foreign objects in children is generally attributed to curiosity. Children have an impulse to explore their noses and ears.
 
Passage 2
主题:二手自行车做慈善,送给有需要的人,教他们骑
 
19. B) It gave her a used bicycle.
听力原文:At this time, rebicycle got involved and gave Layla a second-hand bicycle.
考点:视听一致+同义替换
 
20. A) Expanding bike-riding lessons.
听力原文:And there's now expanding bike riding lessonsas demand source. 
考点:视听一致
 
21. B) It is a charity organization.
听力原文:无
考点:全文理解
 
Passage 3
主题:老鼠在低重力环境下的试验
 
22. D) How animals deal with lack of gravity.
听力原文:To that end, they have been studying how other species deal with low gravity, specifically focusing on mice.
考点:视听一致+同义替换
 
23. A) They were not used to the low-gravity environment.
听力原文:As you'll notice in the video, the mice definitely seem uncomfortable at the beginning of the experiment. 
考点:同义替换
 
24. C) They already felt at home in the new environment.
听力原文:Several of the mice are observed running around the cage walls.
考点:同义替换
 
25. B) They behaved as if they were on Earth.
The scientist wanted to see whether the mice would continue doing the same kinds of activities they were observed doing on earth. The study showed that the mice kept much of the routines intact, including cleaning themselves and eating when hungry.
考点:视听一致+同义替换
 
听力原文:
Passage 1
Removing foreign objects from ears and noses costs England almost 3 million pounds a year, a study suggests. Children were responsible for the vast majority of cases. 95% of objects removed from noses and 85% from ears. Every year, an average of 1,218 nose and 2,479 ear removals took place between 2010 and 2016. According to England's hospital episodes statistics, children aged one to four, were the most likely to need help from doctors for a foreign object in their nose, five to nine-year-olds come to the hospital with something in their ears the most. Jewelry items accounted for up to 40% of cases in both the ears and noses of children, paper and plastic toys, where the items removed next most from noses, cotton beds and pencils were also found in ears. According to the study, the occurrence of foreign objects in children is generally attributed to curiosity. Children have an impulse to explore their noses and ears. This results in the accidental entry of foreign objects. Any ear, nose and throat surgeon has many weird stories about wonderful objects found in the noses and ears of children and adults. Batteries can pose a particular danger. In all cases, prevention is better than cure. This is why many toys contain warnings about small parts. Recognizing problems early and seeking medical attention is important. 

Question 16 to 18, are based on the passage you've just heard .
16. What does England spend an annual 3 million pounds on?
17. What do we learn from England's hospital episodes statistics?
18. What is generally believed to account for children putting things in their ears or noses?
 
Passage 2
Today, I would like to talk to you about my charity rebicycle. But before that, let me introduce someone. This is Layla Rahimi. She was so scared when she first moved to New Zealand, that she struggled to leave the house and would spend days working up the courage to walk to the supermarket for basic supplies.
After a few months of being quite down and unhappy, she was invited to join a local bike club. At this time, rebicycle got involved and gave Layla a second-hand bicycle. Within weeks, her depression had begun to ease as she cycled. The bicycle totally changed her life, giving her hope and a true feeling of freedom.
To date, rebicycle has donated more than 200 bikes to those in need. And there's now expanding bike riding lessons as demand source. With a bike, newcomers here can travel farther, but for almost no cost. The three hours a day, they used to spend walking to and from English language lessons has been reduced to just one hour.
Our bike riding lessons are so successful that we are urgently looking for more volunteers, learning to ride a bike is almost always more difficult for an adult, and this can take days and weeks rather than hours. So if any of you have some free time during the weekend, please come join us at re bicycle and make a difference in someone's life.

Questions 19 to 21 are based on the passage. You have just heard 19. What did rebicycle do to help Layla Rahimi?
20. What is Rebicycle doing to help those in need?
21. What do we learn from the passage about rebicycle?
 
Passage 3
Thanks to the international space station, we know quite a bit about the effects of low gravity on the human body, but NASA scientists want to learn more. To that end, they have been studying how other species deal with low gravity, specifically focusing on mice. The results are both interesting and humorous. The scientists first sent some mice and especially designed cage to the international space station. The cage allowed them to study the behavior of the mice remotely from earth via video. As you'll notice in the video, the mice definitely seem uncomfortable at the beginning of the experiment. They move around clumsily, drifting within the small confines of the cage, and do their best to figure out which way is up.
But without success, however, it's not long before the mice begin to catch on. They adapt remarkably well to their new environment and even use the lack of gravity to their advantage as they push themselves around the cage. That's when things really get wild. The 11th day of the experiment shows the mice are not just dealing with the gravity change, but actually seem to be enjoying it. Several of the mice are observed running around the cage walls. The scientist wanted to see whether the mice would continue doing the same kinds of activities they were observed doing on earth. The study showed that the mice kept much of the routines intact, including cleaning themselves and eating when hungry.
 
22 to 25 are based on the paths that you have just heard question. 
22. What do NASA scientists want to learn about?
23. What does the passage say about the mice at the beginning of the experiment?
24. What was observed about the mice on the 11th day of the experiment?
25. What did the scientists find about the mice from the experiment?

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