Tom：I heard that you，re going to move. How about the new house?
Mike：Oh, it’s perfect!____1_____. The surrounding is homey. And I love that huge yard, the dome window with the attic, and the fireplace in the bedroom.
Tom: Wow，it sounds gorgeous!____2_____.
Mike：Not that expensive, as a matter of fact. It’s really under price!
Tom: How could that be?
Mike：Our realtor said,____3_____ and he has to move and live with his parents!
Tom: What a piece of luck! It has brought a lot of lovely color to your face! What’s the location? It’s hard to find such a house in the city.
Tom； Isn’t it very inconvenient for you to go to work?
Mike：A little bit. But now we are expecting our baby and we decided not to raise the kid in the city.
Tom：How sweet! You are already considerate parents for the baby!
A.It must be very expensive to get such a nice house
B.the guy who’s selling the house has lost his job
C.It’s everything we have been looking for
D.Our house is outside of the city
In 1866, sailors on a German ship called Paula threw a bottle with a message into waters hundreds of miles off the western coast of Australia. One hundred and thirty-one years later, the bottle was found on an Australian island.
It’s believed to be the oldest-known message in a bottle, in terms of the amount of time that has passed between when it was written and when it was founD.Before this discovery, Guinness（吉尼斯）World Records said that the oldest was 108 years old, found in Germany in 2015. Australian and German researchers worked together to check whether the note is real or not.
Tonya Illman was walking on the beach in January when she spotted the old bottle. “I picked it up thinking it might look nice on display in my home，” Illman says，according to an account on her husband’ s website. The bottle was partially filled with wet sanD.Shortly after, Illman’s son’s girlfriend poured out the contents and found a tightly rolled note covered in a piece of string.
Too damp to open initially，according to the account，the group waited for it to dry and were amazed to see that it was carefully handwritten in German. “The first thing that caught my eye was the year 1866” said Illman’s husband Kym. “It seemed totally unlikely to us that the note and bottle could have lasted that long.
The pair reached out to the Western Australia Museum, which set out to study the document. “Extraordinary finds need extraordinary evidence to support them, so we contacted colleagues in German for help to find more information，” Ross Anderson，who is in charge of works of art in the museum，said in a statement.
But this message is no SOS or love letter.
Lucy doesn’t like outdoor activities. Her only________is listening to classical music.
Translation (15 points)
Directions: Translate the following passage into Chinese and put your translation on the ANSWER SHEET.
Spending hours a day sitting at a desk is known to have consequences for your health but, scientists now say just five-minute walking stints could counteract some of the risks. In a new study, researchers found that taking brief, repeated breaks from work to stand up and move around has sustained benefits for your mood and energy levels. The effects of these microbouts of activity were found to last all day, and could even help to alleviate food cravings while you ’ re at work. “ Office workers have been identified as one of the most vulnerable occupational groups for accumulating prolonged and uninterrupted sitting time，” the authors explained in the study, published to the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. And，this sedentary lifestyle increases the risks of diabetes, depression, and obesity, among other health concerns.
Writing (15 points)
Directions: You are to write in no less than 120 words on the topic of “ Will Robots Take over All Jobs From Human ? ” You should base your composition on the outline given in Chinese below. Write your essay on the ANSWER SHEET.