命题人：黄志勇 第一部分：听力 (共两节。满分 30 分) 审题人：邹桂根 第Ⅰ 卷 第一节 (共 5 小题：每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项， 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一 小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1．What is the time now? A． 20: 00． A． The long wait． B． A mistake in her bill． C． The broken computer system． 3．How does Jim probably feel now? A． Surprised． 4．Where are the speakers? A． In a zoo． B． In a bookstore． C． In a library． 5．What do we know about the woman? A． She has decided to go to business school． B． Sh e was asked to give up science． C． She will not be a successful manager． 第二节（共 15 小题：每小题 1．5 分，满分 22．5 分） 请听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个 选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个 小题。每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题。 6．What are the speakers talking about? A．The weather． A． Visit Mount Tai． B．Outdoor activities． B．Go fishing． C． Plans for this weekend C． Visit the History Museum． 7．What are the speakers going to do tomorrow? 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 9 题。 8．What kind of music does the man like best? A．Rock music, 9．Who can play the violin? A． Kate． B．David． C． Hazel 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10．What's the relationship between the speakers? A． Friends． B．Journalist and visitor．C． Official and farmer 11．Where does the man live now? B．Jazz． C． Classical music． B． Curious． C． Disappointed． B． 20:10． C．20: 20 2．What is the woman complaining about?
A．In a polluted city． B．On a lonely island． C．By a beautiful mountain． 12．Why does the woman come to the mountain? A．To look for a place to move in． B．To see whether the mountain is polluted． C．To have a look at the man's small house． 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13．What did the woman do? A．A teacher． B．A reporter． C． An editor． 14．Why did the woman change her job? A．She didn't get a high salary． B．She wanted to work in her husband's company． C．Her workplace was too far from her new house． 15．What does the man want to put in the newspaper? A．A house-seeking advertisement． B．A house-selling advertisement． C．A house-renting advertisement． 16．Where is the man moving? A．England． B．America． C． Finland
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17．What do people like to watch in big cities? A． Ice-skating shows．B．Bicycle races． 18．In which country is it suitable for swimming? A． Austria． A． It often snows． A．Skiing． B．Australia． B．It is very cold, B．Surfing, C． Thailand． C． It seldom rains C． Hiking 19．How is the weather in Thailand? 20．What do the Swiss love to do? 第二部分：英语知识运用(共两节。满分 45 分) 第一节：单项填空(共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21. . --I want some information on _______ package tour to Thailand . --OK , it costs 400 dollars ,including _____ accommodation. A. / ; the B. a ; an C. the ;an D . the ; / 22 These citizenship ceremonies on Australian Day are intended to encourage ____, respect and promote friendship among people of different cultural and social backgrounds. A. reservation A. left B. endurance B. has left C. tolerance C. leaves D. expedition D. was leaving 23. Peter has gone to Beijing, but I’m wondering why he ________ in such a hurry. C． Soccer games．
Now my hometown is not at all _______ a traveler who visited it ten years ago can B. where C. which D. what
25. I will be surprised if you can get Calvin, who is a close-fisted man, ________ these donation draw tickets from you. A. buy B. to buy C. buying D. buys 26. How much you are paid _____ how important you are to the company, and you’d better wait for the right occasion to ask for an increase. A. attaches beautiful seashell. A. approximately B. regularly C. apparently D. occasionally 28 Some young people these days, especially the homebodies, just _____go out of their homes to experience the real world. A. mustn’t 29. last September. A. took on 30. B. put on C. carried on D. depended on ----Why does Jane always ask you for help? ---- There is no one else ________, is there? A. who to turn to C. for whom to turn A. had been chatting it. A. those who of a retired professor. A. having survived B. surviving C. to survive D. survived 34. — Where were you last night? We had a wonderful party. — Oh, ________ If you had called me, I wouldn’t have gone to the cinema. A. What a shame! 35 A. if B. Who cares? C. bad luck! D. What a coincident! —People often don't appreciate what they have, do they? —No, _________ they lose it. B. after C. until D. when 第二节：完形填空 (共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中，选出可以填入空白处最 佳选项 “Kevin, we are getting a divorce,” said my mother. My heart plunged. I was 9 years old and I thought that my life was going to 36 . My brother and I were going to move with my mother to
27 The little girl is walking along the beach, happy and joyful, _____bending down to pick up a
Tuhao, dating back perhaps as far as the Southern Dynasty, _________ its new meaning
B. she can turn to D. for her to turn B. had chatted C. were chatting D. have been chatting
31. The two friends ______ on line for three hours, and they will go on. 32. . Everyone doesn’t agree to the plan. Some support it while I’m one of ______ opposed to B. who C. those D. that
33. The white building, ______ threats to pull it down, is now a private house in the possession
southern California. My dad was to splitting apart.
in New Jersey because of work. My family was 38 , make dinner and do extra chores 40 that this
Now that my mom is a single parent, I do my own around the house. become 41 39
it was hard at first, I now recognize the positive
responsibility had on me. My mother gave me these chores and duties so that I would learn to and trustworthy. 42 43 45 in all aspects of my life, and have seen the benefits. When I told me that he was selecting me as soccer team captain because 44 themselves. We lost the play award for keeping my team together. 47 48 50 , I don’t feel the me. close to my 52 . I wasn’t I strive to display these was only 11 years old, my championship, but I won the I am always 46
of my determination and ability to get my teammates to
to be an individual and not participate in anything that I feel is wrong. I
am, for example, extremely proud of my decision not to drink alcohol. need to drink to have fun, and I stand by my decision even when others try to My mom and dad both found new thing that 51 49
and happily remarried. I am
father, even though he lives 4,800 km away. I thought my parents’ divorce was going to be the worst happened to me. Ironically (讽刺的是), it turned out to be the 53 was my family. 54 willing to let it ruin my life without putting up a fight, and At age 9, I struggled with the confusion and that 55 can turn your worst time into your best time. 36. A. fall apart 37. A. drop 38. A. housework 39. A. Although 40. A. attitude 41. A. self-centered 42. A. skills 43. A. father 44. A. enjoy 45. A. fierce 46. A. determined 47. A. Fortunately 48. A. cheat 49. A. families 50. A. still 51. A. never 52. A. best 53. A. so 54. A. significance 55. A. families B. give away B. remain B. farming B. Because B. experience B. self-absorbed B. difficulties B. headmaster B. teach B. fair B. reminded B. Surprisingly B. pressure B. jobs B. not B. ever B. worst B. such B. memory B. barriers C. pick up C. call C. cooking C. If C. effect C. self-disciplined C. emotions C. coach C. prove C. close C. relieved C. Personally C. please C. kids C. rarely C. even C. busiest C. as C. pain C. parents D. take off D. break D. laundry D. Since D. situation D. self-concerned D. qualities D. brother D. push D. decisive D. amazed D. Consequently D. delight D. partners D. less D. almost D. first D. neither D. emergency D. routines
of divorce. Today, at age 16, I understand
can bring opportunity and success, and that hard work, determination and self-control
（共 20 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） A Fix it on your own
阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项.
Did you know that a bowl of rice could save your iPod if you drop it in a swimming pool by accident? Or that the camera on your phone could tell you what’s wrong with your TV remote control? The experts at Geek Squad (geelsquad.co.uk) have made a gadget (小机件) rescue guide. So, let’s take a look at some of their useful advice. ? How to get more juice out of your phone batter If your battery goes dead but you need to get a number or send one last text, try warming it up. That may give you a tiny bit of power. Take the battery from the phone and rub it between your hands. Or warm it under your arm for a few minutes. Then try to start the phone but use it quickly. ? What to do if your gadget gets wet First, try drying it out with a vacuum cleaner (真空吸尘器). If a vacuum cleaner isn’t at hand, fill a pot or bowl with uncooked rice and put your wet gadget inside. The dry, uncooked rice will absorb all the water and, after a few hours, you should be able to use the gadget. Don’t forget to remove the battery and SIM card before you dry it. ? What to do if your TV remote control stops working If replacing the batteries doesn’t work, get the camera function up on your phone and point the remote at the lens (镜头). When you press a button on the remote, if it is working, the glass bobble (小球) at the front of the remote will light up when you look at it on the screen of your phone. This is because the screen on a phone or digital camera picks up infrared rays (红外线), even though your eyes don’t. If the glass bobble doesn’t light up, the remote is broken. If it does, the receiving device (装置) is broken. 56. If your cell phone falls into a sink, you can _________. A. warm it up under your arm C. put it into the uncooked rice _____. A. improve the TV remote control C. picture the TV remote control A. Life B. Entertainment B. receive infrared ray D. reflect infrared ray C. Finance D. Culture B. remove the battery after you dry it D. press it with both of your hands
57. Why can a phone be used to prove the TV remote control works well? Because it can
58. In which section of a newspaper can we possibly read this text? 59. The purpose of this passage is to give people __________. A. personal opinions C. necessary warnings B The day when the jobs were handed out was one of the most exciting moments for all the children in the class. It took place during the first week of the term. Every kid was given a job for which they would be responsible for the rest of that school year. Some jobs were more interesting than others, and the children were eager to be given one of the
B. professional guides D. practical tips
best ones. When giving them out, the teacher took into account which pupils had been most responsible during the previous year. During the previous year Rita had carried out the teacher’s instructions perfectly. All the children knew Rita would be given the best job. But there was a big surprise. Each child received a normal job. But Rita’s job was very different. She was given a little box containing some sand and one ant. Though the teacher insisted that this ant was very special, Rita felt disappointed. Most of her classmates felt sorry for her. Even her father became very angry with the teacher and he encouraged Rita to pay no attention to this insignificant pet. However, Rita preferred to show the teacher her error by doing something special with that job of little interest. Rita started investigating all about her little ant and gave the ant the best food, and it grew quite a bit bigger. One day, a man, who looked very important, came into their classroom and declared, “Your class has been chosen to accompany me, this summer, on a journey to the tropical rain forest, where we will investigate all kinds of insects. Among all the schools of this region, your class has best cared for the little ant.” That day the school was filled with joy and celebration. Everyone thanked Rita for having been so patient and responsible. And many children learnt that to be given the most important task you have to know how to be responsible even in what are the smallest tasks. 60. What did the teacher base his decision on when giving out jobs to the children? A. Their characters and interests. B. Their class performance during the previous year. C. Their working performance during the previous year. D. Their ability of managing their accounts during the previous year. 61. What does the underlined sentence mean? A. Each child got an important job. B. Each child got an interesting job. zyy100 C. The perfect student got the job of everyone’s preference． D. The most responsible student got the job of least interest. 62.What is Rita’s attitude to her father’s suggestion? A. Negative. A. hunter B. Uncertain. B. director C. Totally positive. C. biologist D. Acceptable 63. We can infer that the man who made the declaration is a _________. D. principal 64. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Never complain about life. B. Small tasks can lead to fortunes. C. Men are best known by their friends. D. Responsibility and intelligence bring good luck. C Birthdays often involve surprises. But this year's surprise on the birthday of the great British playwright William Shakespeare is surely one of the most dramatic. On April 22, one day before his 441st birthday anniversary, experts discovered that one of the
most recognizable portraits of William Shakespeare is a fake. This means that we no longer have a good idea of what Shakespeare looked like. “It's very possible that many pictures of Shakespeare might be unreliable because many of them are copies of this one,” said an expert from Britain's National Portrait Gallery. The discovery comes after four months of testing using X-rays, ultraviolet light, microphotography and paint samples. The experts from the gallery say the image —commonly known as the “Flower portrait”— was actually painted in the 1800s, about two centuries after Shakespeare's death. The art experts who work at the gallery say they also used modern chemistry technology to check the paint on the picture. These checks found traces of paint dating from about 1814. Shakespeare died in 1616, and the date that appears on the portrait is 1609. “We now think the portrait dates back to around 1818 to 1840. This was when there was a renewed interest in Shakespeare's plays,” Tarnya Cooper, the gallery's curator (馆长), told the Associated President. The fake picture has often been used as a cover for collections of his plays. It is called the Flower portrait because one of its owners, Desmond Flower, gave it to the Royal Shakespeare Company. “There have always been questions about the painting,” said David Howells, curator for the Royal Shakespeare Company. “Now we know the truth, we can put the image in its proper place in the history of Shakespearean portraiture.” Two other images of Shakespeare, are also being studied as part of the investigation and the results will come out later this month.________. 65. What makes the birthday of Shakespeare dramatic this year? A. It was found that he painted a portrait in 1814 instead of in 1609. B. The Flower portrait has been found to be a fake. C. Three portraits of Shakespeare are being tested to identify a real one. D. It was found that there was a renewed interest in Shakespeare's plays around 1818 to 1840. 66. Which statement is True according to the passage? A. Portraits of Shakespeare are all unreliable. B. “Flower portrait” was a portrait of Shakespeare given to Desmond Flower. C. 1814 might be when the portrait was drawn. D. The Flower portrait is not often used as a cover for Shakespeare's play. 67. How many methods were used to test the portrait? A. Not mentioned. B. Two C. Three D. At least four. 68. The best title for this passage is ________. A. Birthdays often involve surprises B. The surprise on the 441st birthday of Shakespeare C. One portrait of Shakespeare is a fake D. How can we know Shakespeare's appearance? 69. Which is the best sentence to fill in the blank in the last paragraph? A. Soon we'll know which portrait is reliable. B. Maybe we cannot find a real portrait of Shakespeare.
C. If the two portraits are found to be false, they will test more. D. For now what Shakespeare really looked like will remain a mystery. D “OK,”I said to my daughter as she bent over her afternoon bowl of rice. “What’s going on with you and your friend J.?” J. is the leader of a group of third-graders at her camp-- a position Lucy herself occupied the previous summer. Now she’s the one on the outs. and every day at snack time, she tells me all about it, while I offer the unhelpful advice all summer long. “She’s fond of giving orders, ”Lucy complained. “She’s turning everyone against me. She’s mean. And she’s fat.” “Excuse me,” I said, struggling for calm. “What did you just said?” “She’s fat.” Lucy mumbled(含糊地说).“We’re going upstairs,” I said, my voice cold. “We’re going to discuss this.” And up we went. I’d spent the nine years since her birth getting ready for this day, the day we’d have the conversation about this horrible word. I knew exactly what to say to the girl on the receiving end of the teasing, but in all of my imaginings, it never once occurred to me that my daughter would be the one who used the F word-Fat. My daughter sat on her bed, and I sat beside her. “How would you feel if someone made fun of you for something that wasn’t your fault?” I began. “She could stop eating so much,” Lucy mumbled, mouthing the simple advice a thousand doctors have given overweight women for years. “It’s not always that easy,” I said . “Everyone’s different in terms of how they treat food.” Lucy looked at me, waiting for me to go on. I opened my mouth, then closed it. Should I tell her that, in teasing a woman’s weight, she’s joined the long tradition of critics? Should I tell her I didn’t cry when someone posted my picture and commented , “I’m sorry, but aren’t authors who write books marketed to young women supposed to be pretty?” Does she need to know, now, that life isn’t fair ? I feel her eyes on me, waiting for an answer I don’t have. Words are my tools. Stories are my job. It’s possible she’ll remember what I say forever, and I have no idea what to say. So I tell her the only thing I can come up with that is absolutely true. I say to my daughter, “I love you, and there is nothing you could ever do to make me not love you. But I’m disappointed in you right now. There are plenty of reasons for not liking someone. What she looks like isn’t one of them. ” Lucy nods, tears on her cheeks. “I won’t say that again,” she tells me, and I pull her close, pressing my nose against her hair. As we sit there together, I pray for her to be smart and strong. I pray for her to find friends, work she loves, a partner who loves her. And still, always, I pray that she will never struggle as I’ve struggled, that weight will never be her cross to bear. She may not be able to use the word in our home, but I can use in my head. I pray that she will never get fat. 70.The underlined sentence in Paragraph 1 indicates that Lucy ______. A. often makes fun of her friend J. C. gets along well with her friend J. B. has turned against her friend J. D. has begun to compete with her friend J.
71.Why does the author want to discuss with Lucy? A. Because she wants to offer some other helpful advice. B. Because she has prepared the conversation for nine years. C. Because she is really shocked at Lucy’s rudeness.
D. Because she decides to tell Lucy a similar story of her own. 72.What does the author want to tell her daughter? A. It is not easy to take the doctors’ advice to eat less. B. People shouldn’t complain because life is unfair. C. She herself was once laughed at for her appearance. D. People shouldn’t be blamed for their appearance. 73.It can be inferred from the passage that_________. A. the author earns a living by writing stories. B. the author is a fat but good-looking woman. C. the author will stop loving her daughter for what she said. D. the author’s daughter agreed with her from the very beginning. 74.We can learn from the last paragraph that_________. A. Lucy was deeply moved by her mother’s prayer. B. a mother’s prayer will shape her daughter’s attitude towards life C. the author allows her daughter to use the F word in her head D. the author hopes her daughter will never have weight trouble 75.The author’s attitude towards her daughter can be best described as _________. A. loving but strict C. satisfied and friendly B. indifferent but patient D. unsatisfied and angry 第 II 卷（非选择题 满分 35 分） 第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 阅读表达 （共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 阅读下面短文并回答问题，然后将答案写到相应的位置上（请注意问题后的词数要求） 。
If you can’t find your keys , ask a woman. It’s reported that females are better than males at multitasking, particularly if those tasks include searching for lost items, for example , the car keys. Researchers carried out two experiments, in which men and women have to juggle（同时做） several tasks. Examples of this include working in a busy office or cooking several dishes at once for a meal. In the first battle of the sexes , the volunteers played a computer game that required rapid changes of attention. Both sexes slowed down , but the women slowed less. This suggests that they found multitasking easier.
In the second experiment , volunteers were given 8 minutes to complete a set of sums , search for restaurants on a map and work out the route they would take to search for a set of keys lost in a field. The two sexes did well on all the tasks, but the key hunt — in which the searches planned by the women were judged to be clearly superior. When it is the only thing to be done, both sexes are equally good at it. It showed that men’s ability to plan a search for lost keys breaks down, when put under the pressure of multitasking. The results suggest that women are better at multitasking than men.  Women’s advantage at doing tasks has its roots in evolution. In the Stone Age , men could probably go out and hunt for food , while the women stayed at home and multi-tasked. They were always looking out for their children , as well as doing other things , like gathering fruits and doing mending and making stone tools. Men probably have somewhat more of a one-track mind. 76. What does the text mainly talk about ? (no more than 6 words ) 77. How many experiments did researchers do ? (no more than 2 words ) 78. In the first battle of the sexes , what did the volunteers do ? (no more than 12 words ) 79. When searching for lost keys is their only task , how do both sexes perform ? (no more than 5 words ) 80. What work did men mainly do in the Stone Age ? (no more than 8 words )
第二节 书面表达（共 25 分） Directions: Write an English composition according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 请仔细观察图片，描述图片内容，并以生活中发生的一件事情说明图片所说明的内涵。 注意：词数不少于 120。
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一、听力（共 30 分，每小题 1.5 分） 题号 答案 题号 答案 二、单选题（15 分，第小题 1 分） 题号 答案 题号 答案 三、完形填空（共 30 分，每小题 1.5 分） 题号 答案 题号 答案 四、阅读理解（共 40 分，每小题 2 分） 题号 答案 题号 答案 五、阅读表达(共 10 分，每空 2 分) 76． 77． 78． 79． 80． 六、书面表达 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 31 32 33 34 35 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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一 ：听力 1—5 CACBA 6—10 CBBCA 11—15 CBACB 16—20 AABCC 二 ： 单项填空 21—25 DCADB 26—30 BDBAB 31—35DC AAC 三：完形填空 36—40 ABDAC 41—45 CDCDB 46----50 ACBDA 51---55 BADCB 四 ：阅读理解。 56—59 CBAD 60—64 CDACB 65—69 BCDBC 70—75 BCDADA 五 写作 第一节 阅读表达 76. Females/ women are better at multitasking . 77. Two 78. They played a computer game that required rapid changes of attention. 79. They perform equally well. 80. They went out to hunt for food. 第二节 书面表达（共 25 分 p One possible version: In the picture, two goats are tied to each other with a rope. They both see some grass in opposite directions, and try to pull to get their own food. They are unsuccessful, because the rope is too short to allow them to eat the food at the same time. However, if they decide to cooperate and eat the grass on the left first, and then the grass on the right, they will both be able to get their food. Several days ago, two of my friends had a fierce quarrel. Both of them hold their own view without considering the other’s. One of them wanted to go to the bookshop first, while the other wanted to finish their project first. Later, I gave them a suggestion that they should go to the book shop first, where they could not only buy the book, but also find some useful information, which might help the other better their project. Therefore, cooperation is better than conflict. Remember that sometimes our goal is not that only we get something and the other gets nothing, but that all people get what they want. All in all, only good cooperation will benefit everyone.
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