本试卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第 II 卷（非选择题）两部分，共 150 分，考试时间 120 分 钟。 注意事项： 1．答第 I 卷前，考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。 2．选出每小题答案后，用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动，用橡破 擦干净后，再选涂其他答案标号。不能答在本试卷上，否则无效。 3．听力部分在距离考试结束 20 分钟开始进行。听力结束
，考试结束。 第 I 卷 选择题（满分 105 分） 第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 20 分）在笔试结束后进行。 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转 涂到答题卡上。 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答 案，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。 例：How much is the shirt? A. $ 19.15. B. $ 9.18. C. $ 9.15.
1. How does the man probably feel now? A. Ashamed. B. Angry. C. Bored.
2. How long will the man stay in Beijing and Xi’an in total? A. For five days. B. For seven days. C. For nine days.
3. What will the woman do next? A. Fill in a form. question. 4. Why doesn’t the woman ask Jim for help? A. He is not around there now. B. He doesn’t like helping others. B. Go to catch her bus. C. Answer the man’s
C. He knows nothing about computers. 5. What are the speakers talking about? A. Their experiences at a Halloween party. B. Their plans for a special Halloween party. C. Their costumes for a Halloween party. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 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。听完每段对话或独白前，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 和 7 题。 6. What caused Mark’s accident? A. Being drunk while driving. B. Sending a short message while driving. C. Talking on the phone while driving. 7. What do we know about the two speakers? A. They don’t know much about safe driving. B. They like listening to music while driving. C. They are careful when they are driving. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 和 9 题。 8. When will the man set off for the airport? A. At 8:30 am. B. At 9:00 am. C. At 9:30 am.
9. Which city will the man visit last? A. Xi’an. B. Taiyuan. C. Los Angeles.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Where did the man buy the T-shirt? A. In a downtown store. B. From an online store. C. At a fashion show. 11. What did the man like most about the T-shirt? A. The design of the T-shirt.
B. The color of the T-shirt. C. The convenience of the T-shirt. 12. What is the man’s plan for tonight? A. To eat with the woman. B. To eat with a friend. C. To treat his friend at home. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. Where did the woman and Mary first meet each other? A. In kindergarten. school. 14. When did the woman and Mary meet again after they were apart the first time? A. In Grade Three. B. In Grade Four. C. In Grade Five. B. In primary school. C. In middle
15. Why didn’t the woman and Mary keep in touch? A. Mary lost the woman’s address. B. They were too busy. C. Keeping in touch was hard then. 16. What did the woman do last week? A. She searched for Mary’s name on Facebook. B. She visited Mary and took a photo with her. C. She invited Mary over to her house. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Which of the following are banned at high schools? A. Ads of regular Coca-Cola. B. Ads for Dasani water. C. Ads for Diet Coke. 18. What do we know about the “Let’s Move” movement? A. It was started by President Obama. B. It was started to fight childhood obesity. C. It is not supported by many American schools. 19. What do many parents think about the rules?
A. The government shouldn’t control what kids eat. B. Most school foods should have a limit on the calorie. C. Sugary drinks shouldn’t have appeared at school. 20. Who is the speaker most probably? A. An advertiser. B. A student. C. A website owner.
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. Jogging every morning is_________ good habit. Stick to it, and you’ll make _______great progress. A. a;/ B. a; a C. the; a D. /; /
22. ----Excuse me, I want to have my car repaired, but I can’t find a garage. ---I know where______ is. Come on, I’ll show You. A. it. B. the one. C. that. D. one.
23. _________a ticket for the match, he can now only watch it on TV at home. A. Having not obtained C. No having obtained B. Not obtaining B. Not obtained
24. ----Thank you for inviting us. Tell your wife that she gave us a perfect party. ---I __________. See you later. A. must B. should.
25. If the world_______ on Dec. 21 , 2012, we_______ able to enjoy the wonderful life now. A. had ended; wouldn’t have been C. had ended; wouldn’t be B. ended; wouldn’t be D. ended; wouldn’t have been
26. Not until he got seriously ill_______ the importance of health. A. did he realize he had realized 27. Henry goes to a free class every Sunday afternoon which ______ at 4 p.m. A. starts have started B. will start C. is to start D. B. he realized C. had he realized D.
28. With five minutes________ before the last train left, we arrived at the station. A. go B. to go C. going D. gone
29. Mo Yan, a most widely-read writer, takes a complete new________ to describing China’s rural and folk culture. A. way B. approach C. passage D. entry
30. I’m writing the letter, expecting your newspaper to______ the public to pay more attention to environment protection. A. appeal to react to 31. We paid 30% of the price for the house, and promised to pay____ by the end of the year. A. the other. rest 32. Was it in the factory______ his father used to work in______ the accident happened? A. which; that C. that; where B. where; that D. where; which B. the others C. those D. the B. refer to C. adapt to D.
33. By the side of the Bird’s Nest_______, completed in 2008. A. there standing the Water Cube C. the Water Cube stands B. does the Water Cube stand D. stands the Water Cube
34. ______some teenagers don’t realize is____ difficult life can be after they get addicted to drugs. A. That; how what a 35.---I will hand in this report tomorrow, so I have to finish it tonight. ---_________. You really need a good rest. A. Good for you Poor you 第二节、完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面的短文，掌握其大意，然后从 36---55 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、D）中选出 最佳答案。 B. Stop that C. Don’t mention it D. B. That; what a C. What; how D. What;
A good heart to lean on When I was growing up, I was 36 to be seen with my father. He was severely
crippled(瘸) and very short, and when we walked together, his hand to my arm for balance, people would stare. I would inwardly(内心)feel uncomfortable at the unwanted he never 38 on. 37 ,
I was difficult to coordinate(协调) our 39 ---his halting(蹒跚),mine impatient--and because of that, we didn’t 40 much as we went along. But as we started out, he always said, “you set the pace. I will try to Our 41 you.”
42 walk was to or from the subway, which was 43 he got to work. He went
to work sick, and despite nasty weather. He almost never missed a day, and would 44 it to the office even if others could not. He never talked about himself as an 45 of pity, nor did he show any envy of the more 46 or able. What he looked for 47 others was a “good heart”. by which to judge people, even
Now that I am older, I believe that is a proper 48
though I don’t know precisely what a “ good heart” is. But I know the times I don’t have one myself. He has been 49 many years now, but I think of him often. I wonder if he 50 my
reluctance(unwillingness) to be seen with him during our 51 .If he did, I am sorry I never told him how sorry I was, how I 52 it. I think of him 53 I complain about
trifles(轻视), when I am envious of another’s good fortune, when I don’t have a “good heart”. At such ties I put my hand on his arm to 54 my balance ,and say, “You 55 the pace, I will try to adjust to you.” 36. A. embarrassing D. surprised 37. A. attention D. care 38. A. let D. showed 39. A. bodies B. eyes C. minds B. liked C. found B. situation C. friendship B. embarrassed C. willing
D. steps 40. A. see D. pay 41. A. adjust D. follow 42. A. usual D. common 43. A. when D. how 44. A. get D. take 45. A. aim D. purpose 46. A. successful D. rich 47. A. in D. on 48. A. method D. standard 49. A. missing D. died 50. A. agreed D. recognized 51. A. stays D. walks 52. A. thought D. recall 53. A. when D. though 54. A. regain B. keep C. fill B. that C. since B. annoy C. regretted B. talks C. visits B. smelled C. sensed B. gone C. loss B. level C. value B. with C. at B. fortunate C. hardworking B. object C. person B. make C. walk B. where C. why B. often C. ordinary B. keep C. catch B. say C. walk
D. find 55. A. take D. set 第三部分、阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 第一节、阅读下面的短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、D）中，选出最佳选项。 A In recent months, a catchy song, A Little Apple, has become such a hit that it has even inspired square-dancing troupes(团)to mimic(模仿)its music video. When Old Boys: The Way of the Dragon, an adventure comedy featuring the song, was released on July 10, the unusual publicity strategy was applauded. Ticket sales of B. run C. put
Old Boys: The Way of the Dragon surpassed 150 million yuan in the first week of hitting
the big screen. Interactive online campaigns involving fans have become a popular way to promote a movie. The first two episodes(集) of Tiny Times, the directing debut(处女作) of author, Guo Jingming, made 800 million yuan at the box office last year, in spite of criticism for its portrayal(描绘) of lavish(奢华的) lifestyles. Before the third episode was shown, fans donated a small sum of money online as “investors” in the movie. Some of the people who donated received film souvenirs, or the chance to visit the film set. Han Han, Guo’s major competitor, has just released his directorial debut, road-trip comedy, The Continent. Han has over 38 million followers on Sina Weibo,China’s major micro-blogging platform. He has broadcast the filming process of the movie to his followers since he began shooting. The film’s trailer(预告片)was released online in May, only three days after shooting and it has been viewed 4.7 million times. “I don’t care too much about the surprising numbers online, and what matters more is whether the movie is good or not,” Han once said. However, when he invited popular singer, Pu Shu, to write the closing song for the movie, he must have had another idea in mind.
Pu, who has been away from the public eye for some 11 years, also brings a new element for the movie claiming to be devoted to young people. The song became very popular as soon as it was released online. No one knows what other trump cards will be thrown on the table during the tense online campaign this summer. 56. How does the author develop the text? A. By giving examples. B. By cause and effect. C. By following the order of time. D. By making comparison. 57. How does Guo promote his film Tiny Times? A. He takes advantage of his fans to support the movie. B. He has a luxurious lifestyle to attract the attention of people. C. He gives presents to his fans to encourage them to watch it. D. He organizes online activities to increase its popularity. 58. Why did Han invite Pu Shu to write the closing song for the movie? A. Pu Shu had the same experience as the hero in the film. B. Pu Shu could help increase the popularity of his film. C. Han is a big fan of Pu Shu. D. It was a good chance for Pu Shu’s comeback. 59. Where may this article be found? A. In a fashion magazine. B. In the advertisement section of a newspaper. C. From an entertainment report in a newspaper. D. From a finance journal. B Cell Phones Are the New Cigarettes When you get in your car, you reach for it. When you’re at work, you take a break to have a moment alone with it. When you get into a lift, you play with it. Cigarettes? Cup of coffee? No, it’s the third most addictive thing in modern life,
the cell phone. And experts say it is becoming more difficult for many people to curb their desire to hug it more tightly than most of their personal relationships. With its shiny surface, its smooth and satisfying touch, its air of complexity, the cell phone connects us to the world even as it disconnects us from people three feet away. In just the past couple of years, the cell phone has challenged individuals, employers, phone makers and counselors(顾问)in ways its inventors in the late 1940s never imagined. The costs are becoming more and more evident，and I don’t mean just the monthly bill. Dr. Chris Knippers，a counselor at the Betty ford Center in Southern California, reports that the overuse of cell phones has become a social problem not much different from other harmful addictions: a barrier to one-on-one personal contact, and an escape from reality. Sounds extreme, but we’ve all witnessed the evidence: The person at a restaurant who talks on the phone through an entire meal, ignoring his kids around the table; the woman who talks on the phone in the car, ignoring her husband; the teen who texts messages all the way home from school, avoiding contact with kids all around him. It is just rude, or is it a kind of unhealthiness? And pardon me, but how is this improving the quality of life? Jim Williams, an industrial sociologist based in Massachusetts, notes that cell-phone addiction is part of a set of symptoms in a widening gulf of personal separation. He points to a study by Duke University researchers that found one-quarter of Americans say they have no one to discuss their most important personal business with. Despite the growing use of phones, e-mail and instant messaging, in other words, Williams says studies show that we don’t have as many friends as our parents.” Just as more information has led to less wisdom，more acquaintances via the Internet and cell phones have produced fewer friends,” he says. If the cell phone has truly had these effects, it’s because it has become very widespread. Consider that in 1987, there were only 1 million cell phones in use. Today, something like 300 million Americans carry them. They far outnumber wired phones in the United States.
60. Which of the following best explains the title of the passage? A. Cell phone users smoke less than they used to. B. More people use cell phones than smoke cigarettes. C. Cell phones have become as addictive as cigarettes. D. Using sell phone is just as cool as smoking cigarettes. 61. The underlined word “curb” in Paragraph 2 means_________. A. control B. ignore C. develop D. rescue
62. The example of a woman talking on the phone in the car supports the idea that________. A. women use cell phones more often than men B. talking on the phone while driving is dangerous C. cell phones make one-on-one personal contact easy D. cell phones do not necessarily bring people together C The healthy adolescent boy or girl likes to do the real things in life, to do the things that matter. He would rather be a plumber’s mate and do a real job that requires doing than learn about hydrostatics( 流 体 静 力 学 )sitting at a desk, without understanding what practical use they are going to be. A girl would rather look after the baby than learn about child care. Logically we should learn about things before doing them and that is probably why the experts enforce this in our educational system. But it is not the natural way---nor, in my view, the best way. The adolescent wants to do things first for only then does the appreciate the problems involved and want to learn more about them. They do these things better in primitive life, for there at puberty(青春期) the boy joins his father in making canoes, patching huts, going out fishing or hunting. He is serving his apprenticeship in the actual accomplishments of life. It is not surprising that anthropologists( 人类学家 ) find that the adolescents of primitive communities do not suffer from the same neurotic(神经质的) “difficulties” as those of civilized life. This is not, as some assume, because they are permitted more sexual freedom, but because they are given more natural outlets for their native interests
and powers and are allowed to grow up freely into a full life of responsibility in the community. In the 19th century this was recognized in the apprenticeship system, which
allowed the boy to go out with the master carpenter, or ploughman, to engage in the actual work of carpentry or roof-mending, and so to learn his trade. In some agricultural colleges at the present time young men have to do a year’s work on a farm before their theoretical training at college. The great advantage of this system is that it lets the apprentice see the practical problems before he sets to work learning how to solve them, and he can therefore take a more intelligent interest in his theoretical work. Since more knowledge of more things is now required in order to cope with the adult world, the period of growing-up to independence takes much longer than it did in a more primitive community, and the responsibility for such education, which formerly was in the hands of the parents, is now necessarily undertaken by experts at school. But that should not make us lose sight of the basic principle, namely the need and the desire of the adolescent to engage responsibly in the real pursuits of life and then to learn how—to learn through responsibility, not to learn before responsibility. 63.According to the author, what is the natural way of education? A. Doing things while learning. B. Doing things as an apprentice. C. Doing things before learning. D. Learning practical knowledge first. 64. The main advantage of the natural way of education, whether in primitive or modern times, is that learners ________. A. can learn the trade through solving problems at work B. can work with their masters throughout their learning C. are given more freedom in doing things and learning D. are given opportunities to develop their interest first 65. According to the context, “this” in the third paragraph refers to ________.
A. the way of learning in primitive communities B. the difficulties modern adolescents experience C. the amount of freedom in learning in primitive life D. the kind of skills boys learned from their father 66. Which of the following sums up the author’s main point? A. The apprenticeship system was effective in learning. B. Students should be given more freedom in learning. C. Students develop their interest through learning. D. Learning to solve problems is learning through responsibility. D University Room Regulations Approved and Prohibited Items The following items are approved for use in residential( 住宿的 )rooms: electric blankets, hair dryers, personal computers, radios, televisions and DVD players. Items that are not allowed in student rooms include: candles, ceiling fans, fire works, waterbeds, sun lamps and wireless routers. Please note that any prohibited items will be taken away be the Office off Residence Life. Access to Residential Rooms Students are provided with a combination (组合密码) for their room door locks upon check-in. Do not share your room door lock combination with anyone. The Office of Residence Life may change the door lock combination at any time at the expense of the resident if it is found that the student has shared the combination with others. The fee is $25 to change a room combination. Cooking Policy Students living in buildings that have kitchens are only permitted to cook in the kitchen. Students must clean up after cooking. This is not the responsibility of housekeeping staff. Kitchens that are not kept clean may be closed for use. With the exception of using a small microwave oven (微波炉) to heat food, students are not permitted to cook in their rooms. Pet Policy
No pets except fish are permitted in student rooms. Students who are found with pets, whether visiting or owned by the student, are subject to an initial fine of $100 and a continuing fine of $50 a day per pet. Students receive written notice when the fine goes into effect. If, one week from the date of written notice, the pet is not removed, the student is referred to the Student Court. Quiet Hours Residential buildings must maintain an atmosphere that supports the academic mission of the University. Minimum quiet hours in all campus residences are 11:00 pm to 8:00 am Sunday through Thursday. Quiet hours on Friday and Saturday nights are 1:00 am to 8:00 am. Students who violate quiet hours are subject to a fine of $25. 67. Which of the following items are allowed in student rooms? A. waterbeds. Wireless routers and radios. C. candles. D. TVs and electric blankets. 68. What do we know about the cooking policy? A. A microwave oven can be used. B. Cooking in student rooms is permitted. C. A housekeeper is to clean up the kitchen. D. Students are to close kitchen doors after cooking. 69. If a student has kept a cat in his room for a week since the warning, he will face _____. A. visits B. a fine of $100 C. Court D. a written notice the Student parent Hair dryers and Ceiling fans and B.
70. When can students enjoy a party in residences? A. Sunday. B. 7:30 am, Thursday. C. Monday. D. 00:30 am, Saturday. 第二节、根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为 多余选项。 How to pick a good book It is not news that we spend more time texting(发短信)and surfing online than ever. But a recent study shows that more teenagers are reading good old-fashioned and ink-on-paper books. Reading is a good way to widen your knowledge and learn about yourself. You probably know how to find the best application programs for your phone. 1. 71 Start with your interests. 72 This could be 11:30 pm, 7:00 am,
Reading on your own isn’t like reading for school.
ancient martial arts, readings in computers, or fashion design books. If you can name the subject, you can find books about it. 2. Find your “type” 73 Books of fiction, like novels or short-story collections, can
transport you to another world or help you to imagine something beyond your own experience. Not all fiction is the same. Try some different types of fiction and see which one you prefer. Non-fiction books give you the “who”, “what”, “when” and “why” of something. They tell stories suing facts, but that doesn’t mean they are dull. 3. Read the “blurb(简介)” The reviews and quotes on the back and inside covers of many books are known as “blurbs”. These comments not only give you an idea of what the book is about,
but also help you to pick out future books. If you find a book you really like, take a minute to read the blurb and see which authors praised the book. 4. 75 74
Your local library can provide you with a lot of great books. Explain your interests and mention any writers you like, and the librarian can point you towards books that you will like. Finally, you’ll probably enjoy what you’re reading if you find a quiet place and make time for the book. A. Ask an expert B. Read in a quiet place C. Do you prefer fiction or non-fiction? D. You can pick something that suits your interests. E. But do you know how to pick a book that you will really like? F. It is necessary to work out what the book is mainly about before reading. G. Often, they will have similar styles, and you might find you like books by those. 第 II 卷 非选择题（满分 45 分） 第四部分、写作（共三节，满分 45 分） 第一节、单词拼写（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 76. The country c____________ of nearly 200 islands. 77. Make sure you have f________________ your safety belt. 78. Having read the book, she a ____________________a good knowledge of English. 79. Enough sleep undoubtedly has a p_____________________ effect on our health. 80. We have a___________ for a car to collect them from the airport. 81. We may talk of beautiful things but beauty itself is___________(抽象) 82. It has been______________(倒) with rain all week. 83. The APEC summit held in Beijing left deep____________(印象)to the participants. 84. A careful driver always___________________(集中)on the roads while driving. 85. She has earned a good_______________(名声)for devoting herself to her work. 第二节、单句改错（每小题 1 分，共 10 分） 请找出下列各句 1 处错误并改正，多找或不按格式要求改写不给分。
增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧)，并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线( \ )划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 86. It was until midnight that it stopped raining. 87. If you close your eyes, you can’t see anything, because your eyelids prevent the light enter your eyes. 88. I was great delighted to learn that you did very well in the mid-term examination. 89. Thinking he happened to have no work to do, and he came back home. 90. He was punished because what he had done. 91. At the interview there are many people who wait to interviewed for jobs. 92. Is it likely to be any food at the party on Saturday? 93. The little girl hurried home with the remained money. 94. You must do everything you can help them. 95. It is convenient for me to prepare for the exam than before. 第三节、书面表达(满分 25 分) 针对某些学校学生抄作业较为普遍这种现象某英语报社举办以“ Say no to copying homework”为主题的征文活动，假如你是某高二学生，你打算投稿，请根据以下要点写一篇 短文，文章要求包括以下要点： 1．学生抄作业的原因： 1）上课不认真听讲，作业不会做； 2）光顾着玩，没有时间写作业； 2．写作业的重要性； 1）帮助检查我们的学习 2）帮助我们复习知识 3．号召学生独立完成作业。 参考词汇： 认真地：attentively 注意： 1．词数 100 左右（开头已写好，不计入总词数） 2．可以适当增加细节，以使行文连贯。 复习：review
Say No to Copying Homework Nowadays, copying others’ homework is quite common in some
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