记者 | 罗以文
编辑 | 楼婍沁
Tory Burch推出Lucky Rabbit胶囊系列
为迎接中国新年，Tory Burch特别推出Lucky Rabbit胶囊系列，以简约时髦的摩登风格，展现轻松而乐观的生活理念。系列包括各式精美成衣、手袋、鞋履以及其他配饰，代表幸运的红色系，赋予各式单品热情与活力。生肖兔幻化为像素化图案，以印花、刺绣，及贴布的装饰形式，点缀于系列单品之上，令新年穿搭尽显灵动精巧。
为庆祝兔年的开始，LONGCHAMP推出了一系列以标志性的Le Pliage包袋基础上进行改造的特别系列。包袋图案共有两种款式，一种采用山楂粉色包身，印有兔子最喜欢的食物胡萝卜，另一种则是带有嘴里含着Le Priage的兔子形象。此外，系列还提供了带有Longchamp Horse徽章上悬挂的兔子皮革钥匙圈，也可用作手袋挂饰。
dunhill推出Archive Deco胶囊系列礼赞中国新年。该系列以品牌档案馆Art Deco时期配色和图案为灵感，囊括多款独特配饰和高级成衣，展现了对昔日装饰艺术的现代诠释。 标志性小皮具精致有型，Saffiano十字压纹牛皮满载高频数码印花，瞩目红色祈福新年好运及喜悦，与低调深色碰撞出视觉和触觉的双重反差。
农历兔年将至，北欧生活方式品牌ARKET携手英国设计工作室Yuk Fun，以卯兔为主角，创作推出2023中国兔年胶囊系列。Yuk Fun将中国传统文化中的“有余”和生肖“兔年”设计巧妙融合，用粉色和蓝色为ARKET兔年胶囊系列勾画了两只萌兔，生动地编织出满载收获的幸福时刻，传递了年年有余的美好愿景。萌兔跃然于T恤、长袖、卫衣、托特包上，为全家造型注入鲜活基调。一系列独特的趣味印花图案俏丽灵动，传递出纯真的乐趣。
农历新年将至，Tommy Hilfiger为迎接兔年的来临，特别以深受大众喜爱的经典卡通角色Miffy米菲兔作为灵感，推出胶囊系列。新系列共包含 50 件男装、女装、儿童运动装和配饰单品，以米菲的简约美学设计重塑了Tommy的学院派风格旗标。当中棒球服、休闲裤、橄榄球衫、毛衣开衫和棒球帽等现代经典款式也都饰以米菲形象和主色调进行崭新诠释，同时融合Tommy Hilfiger经典的红和蓝配色。
DIESEL以品牌独有特色诠释洋洋喜气，结合红、金色调，带来2023农历新年胶囊系列。DIESEL此次在蓝色基底上运用水洗工艺融入红色调，透过低彩度的配色以及实穿性营造出不流于俗媚的质感，推出连帽衫、束口裤、钮扣背心、T-shirt、牛仔长裤等单品。亮面红金皮革的1DR 包款更从中脱颖而出，可甜可酷的设计相当吸睛。 此外，每件牛仔产品上都附有特别版的 Jacron 标签，印有“S.E. Year of the Rabbit For Successful Living”的字样，预祝人们新的一年事事顺心。
The North Face新春兔年限定系列
The North Face以传统节庆文化为灵感，推出全新兔年新春系列，包括1996 Nuptse羽绒外套、经典1986 ICON冲锋衣、印花连帽T恤、保暖营地休闲鞋等兔年限定单品。品牌经典的迷彩以兔子图案呈现，专属印花洋溢新春气息。此外，The North Face首次带来专为农历新年设计的鞋款系列，将兔年元素融入深受欢迎的保暖营地休闲鞋款。
兔年将至，Golden Goose呈献中国新年限定系列，致敬中国新年。本系列单品包括卫衣、卫裤、配饰和限定款运动鞋，以兔元素为设计特色，同时还巧妙运用了寓意幸运和吉祥的红色调。经典白色男款及女款卫衣和卫裤均采用抓绒反面设计，营造立体及“Lived-in（岁月留痕）”观感，而撞色的红色包缝线迹更添活力气息。在卫衣的胸前和卫裤的后侧口袋上，兔子元素以独特的Golden Goose星星图案重新诠释。
为庆祝即将到来的农历兔年新春Dr. Martens推出了兔年新春限定系列，带来两款红火喜庆的新设计鞋款。Dr. Martens带回1461 YOTR低帮三孔鞋、1460 YOTR 8孔长靴两双经典鞋款，用象征新年鸿运的红色与金色赋予鞋款新年新面貌，标志性的鞋侧贴边缝线、鞋跟环，以及拉链和孔眼等细节都统一换上红色和金色，搭配上鞋跟位置的门扶手环、鞋带及拉链处的古钱币中式传统装饰细节，让整套系列都散发着中式新春气息。
Allbirds以追寻超自然力为题，从天然材料中汲取灵感，共贺癸卯新春。Allbirds以“月兔”为灵感，打造Smallbirds兔年新春羊毛毛茸鞋，甄选月兔白与玉兔棕两种色彩选择，形似兔子般可爱柔软。成人款Wool Runner兔年新春羊毛休闲鞋系列，以充满新春节日氛围的玉兔棕色为配色灵感，加以红色承载新春惊喜。此外，近日Allbirds深圳首家门店开幕，门店整体设计契合Allbirds追求与自然对话的初心，并献上兔年新春限定款产品及Tree Flyer绿科技轻量跑鞋Sliver Fem银蕨特别限量版。
Vans推出Vault by Vans兔年系列
Vans首次将新年系列的设定引入Vault by Vans 高端支线，特别发布Vault by Vans兔年系列。鞋身基底由亚麻色毛毡面料构成，红色车缝线勾勒鞋身各部位轮廓，随鞋款一同释出的各类裁片完善整体设计，以模拟兔毛的毛绒贴片、象征美好祝愿的中国结和Vans代表性的棋盘格印花等拼贴配件赋予自由创作的空间。
FILA旗下潮流子品牌FILA FUSION首度以福顺之名喜迎新春，正式推出新年限定系列产品——包含外套、毛衣、卫衣等潮流服饰单品，及新年专属配色FILA FUSION TENACITY怪兽鞋。服装更新了运动休闲装廓形，并立足于经典生肖兔子形象，以红白黑配色呈现。鞋款方面，TENACITY怪兽鞋换上生肖年新装，以古灵精怪的兔子与胡萝卜鞋扣装饰点缀暖白色绒感鞋面，演绎新春氛围造型。
在癸卯兔年即将到来之际，NIKE特别推出年跃新高系列和Nike Dunk Low “Year of the Rabbit”等产品，创新诠释本土传统文化元素，共贺中国农历新年。年跃新高系列产品涵盖男子、女子和儿童类目，集合篮球、街舞等运动以及生活方式等品类，丰富的款型选择。全新设计的Swoosh标识和新年印花图案灵感撷取自白兔跳跃的身影，以传统书法和国画的创作形式，传达年跃新高之意。
adidas Originals携手Melting Sadness打造兔年主题合作系列
adidas Originals与Melting Sadness再度合作，打造兔年主题单品。双方围绕Melting Sadness经典兔子形象KARORO进行更多的趣味表达，无论是以中国传统纹样图腾勾勒鞋身，通过白色绒毛材质和俏皮的兔耳鞋舌设计来展现兔年可爱形象，还是以代表中国传统新年元素的虎头鞋、鞭炮等作为创作灵感，双方带来一系列造型别致、做工精巧的兔年主题合作鞋款。adidas Originals还带来不规则圆领拼接卫衣、刺绣印章拼接教练夹克、灯芯绒拼接连帽卫衣、拼接长卫裤等多款风格独特、款式新颖的百搭单品，展现充满活力与生机的新年氛围。
New Balance以灵性多面的卯兔为灵感，推出全新兔年限定鞋服系列，传递“致敬本真”的品牌态度。New Balance兔年限定服装以怀旧复古的暖黄，米白为主色调，以温暖的材质打造易穿搭的中性款廓形外套，且一并推出呈现砖红等新年氛围配色的卫衣卫裤套装。
为迎接兔年的到来，Onitsuka Tiger推出以兔为灵感设计的农历新年特别版鞋款MEXICO 66，融入生肖动物兔主题元素，用再生皮革打造奶油色鞋面，虎爪纹由仿毛皮与剖层绒面革制成，搭配OrthoLite鞋垫增强缓冲性与舒适感，鞋垫处印有2023字样，并专门配有特别版红色烫金鞋盒。
Converse正式推出全新新年顽兔系列。该系列以“玩闹”为出发点，既融合了传统文化元素，如经典中国红、篆书文字以及暗纹图案设计；又结合了当下潮流新玩法，如可拆卸贴片配饰，个性风格随意转换。本次新年顽兔系列带来CHUCK 70、CHUCK 70 PLUS、RUN STAR MOTION CX、CHUCK 70 AT-CX和CHUCK 70MARQUIS等鞋款，设计上主打兔子元素和代表新年的红色主调，为经典鞋款注入浓浓年味，此外也不乏诸多服饰单品。
Vacations for People Who Love Winter Activities
When the temperatures drop, don’t run away from the cold, embrace it with one of these perfect winter wonderland vacations.
See an ice-skating show at Madeleine Hotel
Telluride, Colorado is famous for skiing — they have everything from Alpine to Nordic to back country. But right outside this gorgeous Madeleine Hotel is a massive ice-skating rink with rentals （hockey skates and figure skates） as well as lessons, shows and even special DJ nights.
Sip winter sweetness at the Ice Wine Festival
This chilly January festival at Niagara on the Lake can reach temps of 40 degrees below zero but, as long as you can feel your fingers and toes, you can sip ice wine — made from frozen local grapes — from the ice bar in the town square. When you’re ready to warm up, sign up for a vineyard tour and go from winery to winery sipping and tasting small food pairings.
Bowl on ice at the American Club
In the courtyard of the Tudor-style American Club in Kohler, Wisconsin, you can try your hand at bowling on outdoor lanes made of ice. There’s also Bavarian Curling, and patio heaters to keep you comfortable while you challenge your friends. The courts stay open through March and require 48-hour notice for reservations.
Hit the hills at Lake Placid Lodge
The Adirondacks in New York are a winter wonderland, once the home of the winter Olympics, and has everything from bobsledding to tobogganing, dog sledding, ski jumping and ice-skating. At the end of the day, check out one of Lake Placid Lodge’s famous snow bonfires, best admired with hot cocoa.
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21. If you are interested in skating, where will you probably go?
A. Telluride and Adirondacks. B. Telluride and the Lake.
C. Adirondacks and Kohler. D. Kohler and the Lake.
22. What can you do at the Ice Wine Festival?
A. Touch your fingers and toes. B. Skate at the ice bar.
C. Taste some wine and food. D. Bowl on outdoor ice lanes.
23. From which is the text probably taken?
A. A life magazine. B. A website.
C. A geography textbook. D. An advertisement column.
When other nine-year-old kids were playing games, she was working at a petrol station. When other teens were studying or going out, she struggled to find a place to sleep on the street. But she overcame these terrible setbacks (挫折) to win a highly competitive scholarship and gain entry to Harvard University. And her amazing story has inspired a movie, “Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story”, shown in late April.
Liz Murray, a 22-year-old American girl, has been writing a real-life story of willpower and determination. Liz grew up in the shadow of two drug-addicted parents. There was never enough food or warm clothes in the house. Liz was the only member of the family who had a job. Her mother had AIDS and died when Liz was just 15 years old. The effect of that loss became a turning point in her life. Connecting the environment in which she had grown up with how her mother had died, she decided to do something about it.
Liz went back to school. She threw herself into her studies, never telling her teachers that she was homeless. At night, she lived on the streets. “What drove me to live on had something to do with understanding, by understanding that there was a whole other way of being. I had only experienced a small part of the society,” she wrote in her book Breaking Night.
She admitted that she used envy to drive herself on. She used the benefits that come easily to others, such as a safe living environment, to encourage herself that “next to nothing could hold me down”. She finished high school in just two years and won a full scholarship to study at Harvard University. But Liz decided to leave her top university a couple of months earlier this year in order to take care of her father, who has also developed AIDS. “I love my parents so much. They are drug addicts. But I never forget that they love me all the time.”
Liz wants moviegoers to come away with the idea that changing your life is “as simple as making a decision”.
24. The main idea of the passage is ________.
A. how Liz managed to enter Harvard University
B. how Liz struggled to change her life
C. why Liz loved her parents so much
D. the hard time Liz had in her childhood
25. In which order did the following things happen to Liz?
a. Her mother died of AIDS.
b. She worked at a petrol station.
c. She got admitted into Harvard.
d. The movie about her life was put on.
e. She had trouble finding a place to sleep.
A. b, e, a, d, c B. a, b, c, e, d C. e, d, b, a, c D. b, a, e, c, d
26. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Both Liz’s father and mother are AIDS-infected patients.
B. Liz lived a hard time in her childhood.
C. Liz’s story is an inspiration to many people.
D. Liz hated her father because he got addicted to drugs.
27. What actually made her go towards her goal?
A. Envy and encouragement. B. Willpower and determination.
C. Decisions and understanding. D. Love and respect for her parents.
Throughout history, music spread among people of different cultures. In today’s technological advanced society, however, people spread music online, sometimes without an artist’s permission. This can lead to many problems, and music companies are now cracking down on this practice. Sharing music online without permission is theft.
Sharing music online prevents recording companies from making money from their efforts. They say that sharing music online has resulted in a huge drop in profits and sales over the past 10 years. People who find music for free online are not paying for CDs or every MP3 downloaded. To truly understand the influence of music piracy on creators, one must understand how many people are involved in the recording process. For the sale of each album, profits must be shared between musicians, sound engineers, music producers, managers, advertisers, and the company selling the product. Many people believe sharing music only affects the recording artist, but the reality is that sharing hurts business for all companies involved.
There are many people who don’t see the harm in sharing music online and even think they have the right to do it. One online blogger states that he originally paid for an entire CD and that he should be able to do with the material whatever he wants. While he may have legally paid for the music, he does not have the right to provide permission, which means people like the blogger are thieves.
Although we don’t spread today’s music the same way we did before, there’s no doubt that people around the world love to share music. However, internet piracy would prevent musicians from continuing producing albums for fear of theft. Therefore, if people want to continue listening to their favorite artists, they need to buy their music so that artists will make enough profit to continue their music careers.
28. The underlined phrase “cracking down on” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to ______.
A. bringing up carefully B. speaking highly of
C. dealing seriously with D. destroying completely
29. We can learn from the text that ________.
A. sharing music files online affects a lot of people
B. artists are taking action to protect their right
C. online music sharing increases sales of music CD
D. a person who bought a CD has the right to share it online with others
30. How is the text organized?
B. Introduction—Supporting statements—Conclusion
C. Main idea—Comparison—Supporting statements
31. What is the author’s attitude toward music piracy?
A. indifferent B. favorable C. disapproval D. skeptical
A team of engineers at Harvard University has been inspired by Nature to create the first robotic fly. The mechanical fly has become a platform for a series of new high-tech integrated（综合的） systems. Designed to do what a fly does naturally, the tiny machine is the size of a fat housefly. Its mini wings allow it to stay in the air and perform controlled flight tasks.
“It’s extremely important for us to think about this as a whole system and not just the sum of a bunch of individual components（零部件）,” said Robert Wood, the Harvard engineering professor who has been working on the robotic fly project for over a decade. A few years ago, his team got the go-ahead to start piecing together the components. “The added difficulty with a project like this is that actually none of those components are off the shelf and so we have to develop them all on our own,” he said.
They engineered a series of systems to start and drive the robotic fly. “The seemingly simple system which just moves the wings has a number of interdependencies（相互依赖性） on the individual components, each of which individually has to perform well, but then has to be matched well to everything it’s connected to,” said Wood. The flight device was built into a set of power, computation, sensing and control systems. Wood says the success of the project proves that the flying robot with these tiny components can be built and manufactured.
While this first robotic flyer is linked to a small, off-board power source, the goal is eventually to equip it with a built-in power source, so that it might someday perform data-gathering work at rescue sites, in farmers’ fields or on the battlefield. “Basically, it should be able to take off, land and fly around,” he said.
Wood says the design offers a new way to study flight mechanics and control at insect-scale. Yet, the power, sensing and computation technologies on board could have much broader applications. “You can start thinking about using them to answer open scientific questions, you know, to study biology in ways that would be difficult with the animals, but using these robots instead,” he said. “So there are a lot of technologies and open interesting scientific questions that are really what drives us on a day to day basis.”
32. Which of the following statements was the difficulty engineers met while making the robotic fly?
A. They did not have sufficient fund.
B. There was no model in their mind.
C. No ready-made components were available.
D. It was hard for them to put together the components.
33. What can be inferred from paragraphs 3 and 4?
A. The robotic fly has been put into wide application.
B. The robotic fly consists of a flight device and a control system.
C. Information from many sources can be collected by the robotic fly.
D. The robotic fly can just fly in limited areas at present.
34. Which of the following can be learned from the passage?
A. Wood’s design can replace animals in some experiments.
B. Animals are not allowed in biological experiments.
C. The robotic flyer is designed to learn about insects.
D. There used to be few ways to study how insects fly.
35. Which of the following might be the best title of the passage?
A. The Development of Robotic Fly
B. Robotic Fly Imitates Real Life Insect
C. Harvard’s Efforts in Making Robotic Fly
D. Robotic Fly Promotes Engineering Science
How to keep yourself safe from new virus?
After a new-type coronavirus was detected in viral pneumonia cases in Central China’s Wuhan city a month ago, more cases have been reported in recent days. _____36_____:
1. Wear masks outdoors
●Wearing a mask is one of the most effective ways to protect you from getting infected.
●Make sure to wear it properly by tightening up the nose clip and pulling the bottom of it over your chin.
●_____37_____, a mask is also needed to prevent you from spreading germs to others.
2. Cover your coughs and sneeze with tissue
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, or you can cough or sneeze into your sleeve, but avoid covering with your hands directly.
Wash your hands with soap and running water thoroughly for at least 15 seconds.
● Before eating and after using the toilet
● After returning home
● After touching trash or garbage
● After contacting with animals or handling animal wastes
4. Strengthen your immune system and exercise regularly
● Exercise regularly is one of the most important ways to help you stay away from catching any infections.
● Make sure that shared spaces have good air flow and avoid going to crowded places such as hospitals, railway stations and airports. _____39_____.
● Seek prompt medical attention if you have symptoms of fever and respiratory infection.
● Avoid close contact with people who have flu or cold-like symptoms.
●_____40_____. Avoid contact with wild animals or farmed livestock without any protection.
A. If your hands are not visibly dirty
B. Eat thoroughly cooked meat and eggs
C. Wash your hands frequently and properly
D. Protect yourself and others from getting sick
E. Wear a mask if transport or movement is necessary
F. If you’re not feeling well or have symptoms of fever
G. To prevent catching the infection, here’s what you can do
第一节：完形填空 (共20小题，每小题.1.5分, 满分30分)
Soon after my arrival in Luanda, I realized that I was going to have some free time available. I decided to 41 it doing something useful and involving with the 42
I started my research for volunteering opportunities here and a blog post 43 my
eye. It was Ashima’s 44 on how she started her 45 journey in Luanda. Ashima has been volunteering at the Foundation for Art and Culture for more than a year. I decided to 46 with them and soon after I got a very warm and welcoming 47
inviting me to the foundation. The next day as I 48 into the foundation little did I know it would become such a(n) 49 part of my life in Luanda.
I was a bit hesitant 50 as I had never worked with children before and my Portuguese then was much 51 than now. But as I slowly started doing some activities with children, there were not any 52 . All that you 53 was a heart full of love and everyone 54 the language of love.
I found plenty of 55 to do with kids, keeping them busy and having fun. Together we played, sang, learned new things, 56 new games and reinvented the old.
The children coming to the Foundation are wonderful, and full of 57 and energy. It is a beautiful place with wonderful projects. Without doubt it is the best 58 I could have found in Luanda, and I am very 59 to go there as often as I can. The staff 60
天猫there really make you feel welcome and at home.
41. A. spend
42. A. foreign
43. A. hurt
44. A. post
45. A. business
46. A. get along
B. catch up
C. fit in
D. get in touch
47. A. sense
48. A. walked
49. A. efficient
50. A. initially
51. A. slower
52. A. conversations
53. A. desired
54. A. spoke
55. A. jobs
56. A. taught
57. A. love
58. A. chance
59. A. busy
60. A. competing
What’s your definition of 61________(great)? I think the definition is to inspire the people next to you. You grow up as a kid 62________(think)that all things are possible, if you put in the work to do it. You grow up having that fundamental belief. My father was really influential at a really critical time. I scored not a free-throw, not a 63.________ (luck) shot, not a breakaway layup, 2-0 points and I remember crying about it and being upset about it. My father gave me a hug and said listen 64________ you score zero, score 60, I love you no matter what.
That is the most important thing that you can say to a child that 65_______(total) gives me all the confidence in the world. I just went to work; I just stayed with it and kept practicing. When I came back the next summer, I was a little bit 66________(good). Open shots and not miss. We ever shoot it with speed because those kids are so much more athletic.
So how can we teach our children what it means 67________(work) hard well? You do it through training right so when I get up in the morning. My 15- year -old daughter goes 68________ me and it becomes a daddy-daughter training. Through that process she understands 69________ value of hard work, so it’s through those behaviors 70________ I find the motivation to know what is losing feel like to you.
“Why did you start playing basketball? Because I loved it; because nothing in this world moves without love.”
2、只允许修改10处, 多者(从第11处起) 不计分。
I took our foreign teacher Mr. Brown, he came to China for the first time, to Sha Potou in last weekend. Having told about the history of NingXia, he was amazing at this wonder. He was struck by the beautiful of the mixture of sand and water. So I took photo of him, which would be a good memory for him. At the top, Mr. Brown was very interested in the activities of protecting the environment that he was eager to join in and sign her name. Both Sha Potou and a NingXia people deep impressed him. He decided to visit more places of interest when free.
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