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LONDON—The Britain-China relationship will be "greater" this year after a "golden" year of 2015, Prime Minister David Cameron said at a reception in his office attended by about 100 representatives from Britain and China to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year.
―If you want one year of harvest, grow grain. If you want ten years of harvest, grow trees. If you want a thousand years of harvest, grow relationships between people and people, Cameron used a Chinese saying to explain the reason why they engaged in the building of this great relationship between Britain and China.
Speaking highly of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Britain last year, Cameron said it not only helped build up a golden age of bilateral(双边的）relationship, but also led to deals worth around 40 billion pounds ($57.7 billion).It's reported that Britain accounts for around 30 percent of China s total investment (投资）in Europe. According to the British government, Britain is also China‖s second latest exporter in Europe.
"It is great when you think about how deep and strong the relationship is,‖ said Cameron, adding that the two countries are working closely with each other in areas of trade, investment, finance, education and so on.
―I think education is an area we can take to an even higher level. Many Chinese students are studying in Britain. I would like to see more British students take the opportunities to go and study in China. I think there is a huge opportunity in the years ahead.‖ Cameron said.
21. What was the main reason for Cameron to hold the reception?
A. To treat some successful people from Britain and China.
B. To describe the relations between Britain and China.
C. To welcome Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Britain.
D. To celebrate the Spring Festival with British and Chinese representatives.
22. What can be learned from the passage?
A. Britain accounts for about 30% of China’s total investment.
B. Britain is China’s second largest exporter.
C. The total of trade in Britain was around 40 billion pounds last year.
D. The two countries are cooperating closely in many areas.
23. Which area did Cameron especially expect to promote in the near future?
A. Trade. B Investment C. Education. D. Finance.
I wasn’t sure what this work involved, but it must have been exciting because the Lab itself was exciting. Anywhere we didn’t go often was exciting.
We would get there in a heavy wooden rowboat, built in the five-house village half a mile away --- our mother would row, she was quite good at it --- or by following a twisty, winding footpath, over fallen trees and around rocks. It was too far for us to walk and our legs were too short, so mostly we went in the rowboat.
The Lab was made of wood; it seemed huge, though in the two photographs of it that survive it looks like a small house. Inside it there were things we weren’t allowed to touch – bottles
containing a dangerous liquid in which young white insects floated, their six tiny front legs held together like praying fingers, and plugs that smelled like poison and plates with dried insects. All of this was so forbidden which made us confused.
At the Lab we could hide in the ice house, a dark and secret place that was always bigger on the inside than it was on the outside, where there was a silence, and a lot of sawdust(木屑) to keep the blocks of ice cool.
What did we do in there? There was nothing to actually do. We’d pretended we had disappeared suddenly – that nobody knew where we were. This in itself was strangely energetic. Then we’d come out, away from the silence, back into the pine-needle fragrance and the sound of waves beating against the shore, and our mother’s voice calling us, because it was time to get back into the rowboat and row home.
24, In Line 1, ―this wok‖ clearly refers to _______.
A.Writing B. food science C. photography D. insect research
25, The details of the passage suggest that the author is _______.
A.an adult remembering a recent incident
B.an elderly person thinking of her middle age
C.an adult looking back on a place from childhood
D.a child describing a frightening place
26, The description of the Lab and ice house are similar in that both _______.
A.emphasize cheerful and light-hearted surroundings
B.contain pictures of hidings and secrecy
C. stress the author’s misunderstanding of the size
D.make comparisons with the author’s home.
27. Repeatedly using the pronouns ―we‖ and ―us‖, the author most likely speaks of herself and _____.
A. a brother or sister B. her motherC. her father D. the reader
WeChat, the Chinese social media smartphone app, saw an increase in user numbers of 41 per cent year on year to 500m at the end of 2014, in a sign that parent company Tencent is extending its reach for the mobile internet. Revenue grew 24 per cent to Rmb20.98bn, slightly higher than forecasts, driven mainly by online gaming revenues.
It is unclear how much WeChat contributed to Tencent’s revenues but the app’s growth is a strong indicator of the company’s long-term health as it tries to adjust its business to be more suitable for mobile devices.
―We extended our leadership in games and online media, and made breakthroughs in emerging platforms such as online security . . . and mobile payments,‖ Ma Huateng, Tencent chairman, said in a statement.
WeChat is the second highest ranked app in China, behind QQ, Tencent’s other chatting app, which claimed to have 815m registered monthly users at the end of 2014. However, that figure is more than the total number of internet users in China, which the government puts at 649m.
Tencent has been reluctant to monetise WeChat by flooding it with advertising, which could impair efforts to increase the user base. But this is expected to change. Some analysts anticipated that advertising would be introduced on a large scale later this year. Early attempts to test ads on the service have not always gone smoothly. After a BMW ad was introduced on some users’ feeds
in January, many users who were not targeted by the luxury brand’s marketing complained of ―discrimination‖ by Tencent’s data mining algorithm. They claimed it unfairly profiled them as not wealthy or successful enough to view the sought-after BMW ad.
28、What is the main driving force of the Tencent’s income growth?
A、QQ B.WeChat C. Online gaming D. Advertisments
29、what can we learn from the passage?
A. WeChat contributed most to Tencent’s profits.
B. WeChat is ranked behind app QQ in China.
C. Tencent wants to earn more through QQ
D. More advertising would not be introduced later this year.
30、What’s some users’ reaction after a BMWad was introduced?
A.Unfair B. Untouched C. Unclear D. Uninterested
31、What’s the best title of this passage?
A. WeChat , the Most Popular APP in China Now
B. Mobile Internet, the Most Potential Market for Tencent
C. Advertisements, the Most Improtant Part of Tencent’s Income
D. Tencent, the Most Influential Company in China
Between about 1910 and 1930, new artistic movements in European art were making themselves felt in the United States. American artists become acquainted with the new art on their trips to Paris and at the exhibitions in the famous New York gallery ―291‖ of the photographer Alfred Stieglitz. But most important in the spread of the modern movements in the United States was the sensational Armory Show of 192-13 in New York, in which the works of a number of progressive American painters were shown.
Several of the American modernists who were influenced by the Armory Show found the urban landscapes, especially New York, an appealing subject. Compared with the works of the realist painters, the works of American modernists were much removed from the actual appearance of the city; they were more interested in the ―feel ‖ of the ―Ash Can School‖ and the later realists were still tied to nineteenth-century or earlier styles, while the early modernists shared in the international breakthroughs of the art of the twentieth century.
The greatest of these breakthroughs was Cubism, developed most fully in France between 1907 and 1914, which brought about a major revolution in Western painting. It overturned the rational tradition that had been built upon since the Renaissance. In Cubism, natural forms were broken down analytically into geometric shapes. No longer was a clear differentiation made between the figure and the background of a painting: objects represented and the surface on which they were painted became one. The Cubism abandoned the conventional single vantage point of the viewer, and objects depicted from multiple viewpoints were shown at the same time.
32.what does the passage mainly talk about?
A. The development of Cubism B. Modern art movements in US
C. Contempary artists in US D. The influence of photography
33.American artists learned about new artistc movements through the following means EXCEPT__________
A. lessons from successful artists B. the Mrmory Show of 1913
C. trips to Europe D. the exhibitions at the gallery ―291‖
34.Why does the author mention Alfred Stieglitz?
A. To show photography was the major influence in modern art.
B. To compare him ti the other artists of his time.
C. To point out many artists learned from him.
D. To give an example of somenone who influenced modern art.
35.According to the author, which of the following was a favorite subject for American modernists?
A. Portraits of famous people. B. Country scenes.
C. Pictures of buildings' interiors. D. City landscapes.
根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Companionship of Books
A man may usually be known by the books he reads as well as by the company he keeps; for there is a companionship of books as well as of men; and one should always live in the best company, whether it be of books or of men.
_36_____ It is the same today that it always was, and it will never change. It is the most patient and cheerful of companions. It does not turn its back upon us in times of adversity or distress. It always receives us with the same kindness; amusing and instructing us in youth, and comforting and consoling us in age.
Men often discover their affinity to each other by the mutual love they have for a book just as two persons sometimes discover a friend by the admiration which both entertain for a third. 37_____But there is more wisdom in this:‖ Love me, love my book.‖ The book is a truer and higher bond of union. Men can think, feel, and sympathize with each other through their favorite author. They live in him together, and he in them.
A good book is often the best urn of a life enshrining the best that life could think out; for the world of a man’s life is, for the most part, but the world of his thoughts._38_____ They become our constant companions and comforters.
39_______And they bring us into the presence of the greatest minds that have ever lived. We hear what they said and did; we see the as if they were really alive; we sympathize with them, enjoy with them, grieve with them; their experience becomes ours, and we feel as if we were in a measure actors with them in the scenes which they describe.
The great and good do not die, even in this world. Embalmed in books, their spirits walk abroad. _40______ It is an intellect to which on still listens.
A.Books introduce us into the best society.
B.A good book may be the best of friends.
C.The book is a truer and higher bond of union.
D.There is an old saying,― love me ,love my dog‖.
E.Thus the best books are treasuries of good words the golden thoughts.
F.The book is a living voice.
G.Good books are like wise friends.
Getting to work before it is light and leaving after it is dark during winter months can lead to serious mental health problems, a charity (慈善机构）has warned. Working without daily 41 can result in feelings of depressions which may finally 42 into seasonal affective disorder (SAD), Mental Health Research UK(MHRUK) said.
The warning found that three in ten adults 43 before sunrise during the winter months and return home from work after 44 . The charity’s survey of 2,000 British adults also found that half were 45 that their workplace had little natural light. And almost one in ten said they had no 46 to natural light at all while at work.
Dr Laura Davidson, mental health lawyer and agent of MHRUK, said, ―It is 47 that one million working hours are lost each year 48 SAD.‖ Employers need to have a better understanding of 49 important natural light is good mental health. They have the 50 to ensure that work and study environments have 51 windows to flood buildings with as 52 natural light as possible. Darker areas must be well 53 daylight bulbs(灯泡）to reduce the bad 54 of less light.
The charity hopes to raise 55 for SAD and depression during its annual campaign. On the third Monday of the month, workers are called upon to dress 56 in order to fight against ―blue Monday‖. Researchers say 57 the third Monday of January is the most 58 day of the year. The charity is 59 people to dress in colorful clothing to show the dilemma of those who 60 from the condition and to raise money for research into treatments.
41.A. meals B. sunlight C. efforts D. motivation
42.A. search B. brings C. look D. develop
43.A. exercise B. practice C. rise D. raise
44.A. dawn B. permission C. sunset D. performance
45.A. amused B. surprised C. inspired D. concerned
46.A. wish B. access C. approach D. entrance
47.A.evaluated B. hoped C. accepted D. suggested
48.A. as a result of B. regardless of C. instead of D. for lack of
49.A. when B. where C. why D. how
50.A. opportunity B. responsibility C. ability D. power
51.A. abnormal B. wooden C. plastic D. abundant
52.A. much B. far C. long D. many
53.A. based on B. faced with C. equipped with D. focused on
54.A. consequence B. reflection C. reason D. influence
55.A. level B. awareness C. agreement D. collection
56.A. brightly B. formally C. vividly D. naturally
57.A. what B. that C. who D. which
58.A. exciting B. shocking C. depressing D. demanding
59.A. waiting for B. searching for C. calling on D. counting on
60.A. escape B. recover C. depart D. suffer