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第二部分:阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节选择题(共 15 小题,每小题 2 分,共 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,,选出最佳答案,并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 A A loyal cat has been bringing his owner small gifts e

very day in a show of affection. After all, the cat?s owner has been dead for over a year. Toldo—a cute, 3-year-old black and white cat lives in Montagnana, northern Italy. Toldo has been visiting his owner—Iozzelli Renzo, who died on September 22, 2013, aged 71—every day for the past year and leaving small presents at the grave. The gifts usually consist of leaves, sticks, plastic cups or paper towels. “Even today I went to the cemetery with Toldo. On the way back, someone I know told me the cat has already been there early this morning,” Renzo?s wife, Ada, told the Corriere Fiorentino. Neighbors have also seen Toldo wandering around the cemetery through the day. It started the day of the funeral, when the cat followed the coffin from the house to the cemetery. The next morning, Ada went to the grave again. “We went to the cemetery with my daughter and found a flower on the grave. I immediately thought that it was the cat, but my daughter was convinced that I was just in a very emotional state at that moment.” She told the news source. That night, however, Renzo?s son returned to the cemetery and found Toldo standing guard at the grave. Ada says that her late husband shared a particularly strong bond with Toldo—he?d adopted the cat from a cat colony when he was just 3 months old. Unfortunately, not everyone believes in the moving relationship between Toldo and his owner. Ada said that people often try to drive the cat away. “There are insensitive people who send him away with stones or other things, convinced that the presence of an animal in the cemetery is not good.” She told the news source. Still, Toldo continues to visit the grave every day. 21. Why does the cat take some gifts for his owner? A. The cat likes small gifts very much. B. The cat wants to be praised by people C. The cat wants to show his love for the owner. D. The cat?s owner has been dead for over a year. 22. Which of the following statement is NOT true according to the passage? A. The cat has been to the cemetery since the day of the funeral. B. The cat is welcome to the cemetery by all people around. C. Toldo was loved by his owner very much. D. Toldo was adopted at a very young age. 23. Some people try to drive the cat away because _____. A. the gifts which Toldo brings in will make the cemetery dirty. B. they believe that the cat is not a good animal. C. they think a cat should not appear in the cemetery. D. they think there is no need to guard at the grave. B Apple?s ipad has been a huge hit among children, with its easy to use interface(界面) and innovative apps. In fact, researchers say the astonishing rise of the ipad has meant it has now overtaken household names such as McDonalds and Disney to become the number one brand among American 6-12 year olds. The annual study, conducted by leading youth and family research firm Smarty Pants, ranks

more than 250 brands each year. “iPad?s number one status among kids represents the summit of the ?tablet takeover?—a movement from shared screens and TV network dominance to planned content on personal devices.” Said Wynne Tyree, president of Smarty Pants. “Kids increasingly turn to iPad for games, TV shows, videos, books, homework help and communicating with friends and family. In the firm?s 2014 study, Apple?s iPad went ahead of kid brands such as McDonald?s and Disney. Kids see the iPad as the all-in-one digital tool, giving them a unique sense of independence, the researchers say. Tyree notes that iPad?s march to the top has been dramatic. “In just five years, the iPad has risen from ranking 109th to being kid?s favorite brand. Early on, it captured the hearts of teens and middle and upper class families, but iPad is now an indispensable(不可或缺的) part of childhood for the masses.” On the study iPad was tops with a weighted score of 898 out of 1,000. Disney came at 858, Google?s YouTube 852, McDonald?s 839, iPhone 830 and Apple 829. Digital entertainment overall is seeing an increase among kids and families, with brands such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Instant Video, Android, and Samsung posting noteworthy increases in the study, a measure of kids? awareness, popularity, and love for a brand. Along with iPad, these devices and services provide entertainment that is “always on”. Offering seemingly endless options, tablets and digital content providers are meeting contemporary kids? needs—with fun and connectivity never more than a tap away. 24. What is the “tablet takeover” movement according to the passage? A. In the movement everyone owns an iPad. B. It refers to the shift from watching TV together to using an iPad separately. C. In the movement people become more independent in entertainment. D. In the movement people receive more information from an iPad than from TV. 25. What makes an iPad appealing to the kids? A. An iPad helps the kids build up stronger relationships with their parents. B. An iPad can develop the kids? reading skills. C. With an iPad, the kids can become a better learner. D. They can watch TV shows using an iPad. 26. What is the correct ranking according to scores from the study of Smarty Pants? A. Disney—YouTube—Apple—iPhone—iPad—McDonald?s B. iPad—Disney—YouTube-- McDonald?s—iPhone—Apple C. iPhone—Disney—iPad-- McDonald?s—YouTube-- Apple D. iPad—Apple—iPhone-- McDonald?s—Disney—YouTube 27. What can we infer from the passage? A. Apple?s iPad can develop the kids? creativity. B. Tablet and digital providers can never meet the kids? needs. C. An iPad can provide the kids with most entertainment. D. An iPad?s fun and connection to the Internet attracts the kids most. C Success can mean different things for different people. For some, success may be a large salary and a nice car. For others, it may mean a well-fed and happy family. For college students, it means making good marks or passing grades in order to earn a degree. And there lies a slight difficulty with some college students. The way in which they achieve success may not always be that they earned it. Earning requires hard work, and most importantly, honesty. Some students cheat to simply gain success. On Aug. 30, news of the largest cheating scandal at Harvard University broke out. It is said on Thursday that the undergraduate class had a minimum of 250 students and possible cheating was discovered in roughly half the take-home exams. The investigation is still underway but consequences for those found guilty could range from a

warning to a forced withdraw from the university for a year. And some of the undergraduates in the course were seniors, so the latter consequence could also mean giving back their degree and maybe even losing the jobs acquired after graduation. Although such consequences may have a harsh negative and possibly life-changing impact on some students? lives, I believe it is entirely necessary to ensure that academic integrity(诚信) is a respected and necessary requirement for academic success. Harvard University is commonly thought of as the top of higher education. It is a name anyone would like to put on their resume. Although some one will admit to knowing the occasional student who found a way to cheat on an exam, the highest standards won?t give way to cheating. In a word where academic integrity is sometimes lost in the pursuit of making the dean?s list, take pride when you make the effort to do your best and honest work. Success achieved in any way is great, but success achieved honestly is the only success you can truly call your own. 28. Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A. Searching for the Lost Integrity B. Cheating is Common in University C. Changing the Old Exam System D. Taking Measures on Examinations 29. Some students are different from others because____. A. they long for a well-fed and happy life B. they have difficulty in earning a degree C. they lack honesty when taking exams D. they only think about their own success 30. Which of the following does the underlined word “those” in the third paragraph refer to? A. Students achieving high marks. B. Persons undertaking the investigation. C. Students cheating in the exams. D. Persons receiving degrees. 31. If the case found to be true,_______. A. some undergraduates will lose their degree. B. some students will have to find jobs. C. some undergraduates will change their lives. D. some students will be hired from their posts. 32. Which of the following does the author agree with? A. Harvard University can provide higher education. B. Cheating has nothing to do with Harvard University. C. Success by hard work will make you feel proud. D. Success achieved in any way is great and admirable. 第三部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节完形填空(共 20 小题;每题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) Liz sighed, “You have no good reason to make me __41__Sara?s party next Friday, Mom,” she __42__. “You don?t even know her, and I think you?re very __43__. “No, I don?t know her.” said Mom. “I don?t know her __44__, either, and that?s __45__ why I can?t let you go to the party. I?m not trying to __46__ your fun. I?m just trying to __47__ you from a possible bad influence.” She smiled at Liz, “Why don?t you invite Sara over for dinner __48__? Then I can get to know her better.” Liz agreed to her mother?s __49__, and a few days later, Sara came for dinner. As Mom cleared the table after the dinner, she __50__hearing the giggles and chatter of the two girls in the next room. “Sara seems like a __51__girl,” said Mom after Sara had been taken home, “but I still need to meet her parents—or at least know more about them—before I can __52__you to spend the night there.” As Mom spoke, the __53__came up the house, and Liz?s dog, GG—short for Good Girl—ran to the door. She barked and growled__54__. “GG, be quiet!” __55__Liz. She turned to her mother. “Mom, what is wrong with GG? She should know the mailman.” She asked. “Because she has just had her __56__, she wants to be sure they?re safe,__57__she doesn?t quite __58__anyone she doesn?t know really well.” Mom paused, then added, “I guess a lot of __59__are like that—and fathers, too. So please be __60__with GG—and with me—as we mother our children. Okay?”

Liz looked at her mother in surprise, then slowly nodded. 41. A. attend B. hold C. miss 42. A. promised B. insisted C. threatened 43. A. unfair B. generous C. considerate 44. A. parents B. teachers C. classmates 45. A. fully B. deeply C. simply 46. A. create B. ignore C. ruin 47. A. warn B. free C. prevent 48. A. sometime B. somewhere C. somewhat 49. A. evaluation B. suggestion C. conclusion 50. A. considered B. enjoyed C. hated 51. A. careless B. romantic C. innocent 52. A. persuaded B. expected C. allow 53. A. postman B. policeman C. dustman 54. A. gratefully B. happily C. cautiously 55. A. realized B. scolded C. wondered 56. A. masters B. relatives C. babies 57. A. so B. and C. or 58. A. bother B. permit C. follow 59. A. dogs B. mothers C. adults 60. A. angry B. bored C. patient

D. enjoy D. suggested D. aggressive D. friends D. wholly D. tolerate D. protect D. somehow D. explanation D. escaped D. nice D. advise D. spaceman D. angrily D. recognized D. neighbors D. but D. trust D. partners D. strict


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