第一节 听力理解 (3段共9小题；每小题1分，满分9分)
1. Which of the following is true about the man?
A. He never drinks wine.B. He dislikes hot food.C. He doesn't eat seafood.
2. What dish does the man choose?
A. Fish. B. Pork. C. Beef.
3. Where will the man go after he has finished eating?
A. Back to his work.B. For a rest.C. To his home.
4. What do we know about the speakers?
A. They live in London.B. It is their first time in England. C. They study in Scotland.
5. How can the speakers get to the Tower of London from where they are?
A. Go straight, turn right then walk ahead. B. Walk along the river then turn left.
C. Walk to the river, turn left then go straight.
6. How will the speakers tour around the city?
A. On foot. B. By bicycle. C. By bus.
7. Who is the speaker?
A. A school headmaster. B. A school teacher. C. A student's parent.
8. What is the ceremony for?
A. To award prizes to the best students. B. To encourage the students to study more.
C. To congratulate the students on their graduation.
9. What does the speaker praise most?
A. The students' behaviour.B. The exam results. C. The teachers' performance.
Mid-Autumn Festival Celebrations in the UK
On 10 this year, people all over China will be getting together to eat with their families, look at the moon and celebrate one of the 11 in the Chinese lunar calendar.
However, the celebrations stretch far beyond the borders of China. Here in the UK events are taking place for Chinese people 12 , and to teach the people of Britain more about this popular festival.
The Soho Theatre in London conducted a study which showed that Chinese Londoners don't engage much with the 13 . As a result, 'Moonwalking In China' has been created to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival.
This is no normal theatre production though, as it doesn't take place in the theatre. Theatre professionals and volunteers from the 14 will take audiences around the streets of Soho on a magical lantern-lit walk through the landmarks and backstreets of Chinatown.
They tell the story of three generations of Chinese Londoners who all 15 one night in Chinatown. Rabbits, karaoke and a woman who lives on the moon all feature prominently.
It's the Soho Theatre's first site-specific production and looks to be a unique way of marking the famous Chinese festival.
And the celebrations don't stop there! In 16 the British Museum is actually opening late for a special free Mid-Autumn Festival event. There will be Chinese musical performances, a guess-the-mooncake-flavour game and you can learn how to perform a 17 . You can also try your hand at a variety of other traditional Chinese arts and crafts, as well as learning Mandarin and learning more about 18 of China.
The Chinese population in the UK is 19 , so no doubt there will be events happening not only in the capital, but all around the country.
However you are celebrating, we hope you 20 . Happy mid-Autumn festival from everyone at BBC Learning English!