考试时间 120 分钟 试题分数 150 命题人 于翠艳
注意事项： 1. 听力不计入总分； 2. 21—60 题的答案请涂在答题卡上； 3. 61-70,改错和作文请在答题纸上作答！
第一节 1． Whose wallet pro
bably is it? A. the woman’s B. The man’s C. Gina’s 2. What is the date today? A. May 1st B. May 2nd C. May 3rd 3. Who made the woman’s personal web page? A. She herself B. Her friend. C. The man 4. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. A town B. An accident C. A murder 5. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Relatives. B. Colleagues. C. Neighbors. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 6. What is the man doing? A. Watching TV B. Listening to the radio. C. Reading the newspaper 7. Why are the rich and famous targets for being talked about according to the man? A. The public are interested in them. B. The public want to laugh at them. C. The public want to make them famous. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8-10 题。 8. Why does the man look sad? A. He had to stop his study. B. He failed his test again. C. He couldn’t understand the foreigners. 9. How did the woman improve her French? A. By reading French newspapers B. By watching French films. C. By speaking to herself. 10. What does the woman suggest the man do? A. Be confident. B. Talk with foreigners C. Ask the teacher for advice. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. A basketball game. B. A volleyball game. C. A football game. 12. Where did the man go to last night? A. A club. B. A stadium . C. A meeting.
13. What did the audience think of the game? A. Exciting B. Dangerous C. Unbelievable 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. What does the woman think of the pink dress? A. very cheap B. very dull C. of good quality 15. What color of the sweater does the man recommend? A. White . B. Purple C. Black 16. What kind of jacket does the woman want ? A. a leather one B. a light one C. an expensive one 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What was Professor Rudd’s trouble? A. lack of confidence B. lack of intelligence . C. absent-mindedness 18. What did the professor decided to do one hot summer day? A. Visit his children who live near the beach. B. Have a holiday with his children on the beach. C. Take his children to visit his friend in a s easide town. 19. What happened to the professor when he arrived at the station ? A. he couldn’t contact his friend. B. He couldn’t find his train tickets. C. he couldn’t remember the destination. 20. Why did the professor come back home for the 2nd time? A. he forgot his friend’s address. B. he lost the paper his wife had given him. C. he forgot to take the train tickets with him. 第二部分：阅读理解（ 共 2 节，满分 40 分） 第一节（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分）
Before I had my son, I spent two years working with children with disabilities. I learned that shouting and threa ts of punishment would result in a disast er. Coming up against their behavior could only make the job harder and their behavior more extreme.（极端的） I found something that worked, though. There was a very naughty boy in the nursery and a teacher who was generally very confident with the children was asked to take charge of him. One day the boy joined a discussion in the room next to mine. His appearance created an atmosphere of tension ( 紧张 ). He spent the entire session running around, hitting and kicking, and destroying things. I was in the craft room working with some other children when my co-worker told me that this boy’s teacher was in tears, and could not get control of the situation. As we were talking, the boy ran in. I told my co-worker that I would take care of him. I closed the door. He was full of energy, throwing things around and making a huge mess. But I could see that he was doing all these to annoy me. He needed communication, and this was the only way he knew how to ask for it. So I sat back down and kept quiet. Then he slowed down . I talked to him about it. We continued like this for a few minutes before I slipped into the conversation: “So what happened today?” It was purely a question, no blame or anger in my tone. I believe that if I had criticized （批 评） him, the gate that was slowly opening would have shut firmly closed. He told me that the teacher didn’t let him do what he knew well for the good of safety but asked him to do what he disliked. He also admitted that he had enjoyed making her run around and saw it as a game. I explained that his teacher had not seen it as a game and was very upset. This again was stated simply as a fact.
I suggested that next time he had a session, he talk about what he hoped to do at the start, which might be easier for everyone. He agreed and was quiet for a moment. Then he looked at me with tears in his eyes before quietly asking if he could go to find his teacher to apologize. 21. The boy made trouble for his teacher because he ______. A. was criticized for destroying things B. was told not to shout loudly at other children C. was made to do things against his will D. was blamed for creating an air of tension 22. Why didn’t the author do anything about the boy’s bad behavior at first? A. She didn’t want to make it worse. B. She didn’t mind the huge mess at all. C. She was tired of shouting and threats. D. She hadn’t thought of a good way 23. The author managed to get the boy to talk to her by ______. A. playing games with him B. giving him a good suggestion C. describing his teacher’s feelings D. avoiding saying critical words 24. Why did the boy have tears in his eyes in the end? A. He was sorry about his reputation.（ 声誉 ） B. He was regretful about his behavior. C. He was fearful of the author’s warning. D. He was sad for the author’s misunderstanding. B Cell phones：Is there a cancer link? Could your cell phone give you cancer? Whether it could or not，some people are worrying about the possibility that phones，power lines and Wi-Fi could be responsible for a range of illnesses，from rashes （疹子）to brain tumors ． Some say there is evidence to support the growing anxieties．David Carpenter，a professor of environmental health sciences at the university at Albany， in New York， thinks there’s a greater than 95 percent chance that power lines can cause childhood leukemia (a kind of blood disease)．Also there’s a greater than 90 percent chance that cell phones can cause brain tumors．“It’s clear now that there’s a real risk，”said Carpenter． But others believe these worries caused by some experts’ warnings are not justified (验证)． Dr Martha Linet，head of radiation epidemiology(流行病学)at the US National Cancer Institute，has looked at the same research as Carpenter but has reached a different conclusion．“I don’t support warning labels (标签) for cell phones， ”said Linet． “We don’t have the evidence （证据） that there’s much danger．” Studies so far suggest a weak connection between EMFs (电磁场)and illness—so weak that it might not exist at all．A multinational investigation of cell phones and brain cancer，in 13 countries outside the US，has been under way for several years．It’s funded in part by the European Union， in part by a cell phone industry group． The final report should come out later this year， but data （数 据）so far don’t suggest a strong link between cell phone use and cancer risk． 25．From the passage we can learn that some people are worried because________. A．they have evidence that the use of cell phones can lead to cancer B．they feel surprised and alarmed about cell phone use C．some experts have given warnings D．cell phones are responsible for brain tumors 26．By saying “I don’t support warning labels for cell phones” , Dr Martha Linet has the idea that_______.
A．the connection between cell-phones and cancer has not been proved . B．cancer—warning labels should be on cell phones C．there is a link between cell phones and cancer D．cell phones have nothing to do with cancer at all. 27．Which of the following best describes the attitude of the author towards the debate? A．Optimistic． B．Objective（客观的） ． C．Opposite． D． Hopeless C It was the small hours of the morning when we reached London Airport. I had cabled London from Amsterdam, and there was a hired car to meet, but there was one more unfortunate happening before I reached my flat. In all my travels I have never, but for that once, been required by the British customs (海关) to open a single bag or to do more than state that I carried no goods liable to duty ( 应该交税的). It was, of course, my fault; the extreme tiredness and nervous tension of the journey had destroyed my diplomacy （处世之道） . I was, for whichever reason, so tired that I could hardly stand, and to the question, “have you read this?” I replied with extreme foolishness, “yes, hundreds of times.” “And you have nothing to declare?” “Nothing.” “How long have you been out of this country?” “About three months.” “And during that time you have bought nothing?” “Nothing but what is on the list I have given you.” He seemed for a moment at a loss, but then he attacked. The attack, when it came, was completely un expected. “Where d id you get the watch?” I could have kicked myself. Two days before, when playing water games with a friend in the bath , I had forgotten to take off my ROLEX OYSTER and it had, not naturally stopped. I had got into the market and bought for 12 shillings and six pence, an ugly time piece that made a strange noise. It had stopped twice , without any reason, during the journey. I explained, but I had already lost face. I produced my own watch from a pocket, and added that I should be grateful if he would confiscate (没收) the replacement. “It is not a question of confiscation,” he said, “there is a fine for failing to declare dutiable goods. And now may I please examine that Rolex?” It took another quarter of an hour to persuade him that the Rolex was not contraband (走私货). Just when I let out a sigh of relief, he began to search my luggage! 28. When did the writer arrive at London Airport? A. In the early morning. B. Late at night. C. At noon. D. Late in the morning. 29. What can we conclude from the questions asked by the customs officer? A. He was just doing his duty by asking the passenger some usual questions. B. He must have noticed the writer's ugly watch. C. He wanted to embarrass the writer. D. He must have noticed the writer's tiredness. 30. What did the writer think of the watch he bought in the market? A. He was fond of the watch because it was a Rolex.
B. He found the watch useful though it was very cheap. C. He didn't like the watch at all. D. He was interested in the watch. 31. What is the tone of the writer’s story-telling ? A. Humorous. B. Indifferent. C. Serious. D. sad D One of the most common complaints of people living in the city is annoying neighbors. Here are some ways to handle noisy neighbors. Accept Some Degree of Apartment Noise Before getting worked up over the noisy neighbors in the apartment, make sure to have realistic expectations. Everyone living in an apartment building is bound to hear noise from other uni ts' televisions, music, and children occasionally. Understand Noisy Neighbors from their point of view It's probably the case that the neighbor who is driving everyone crazy doesn't realize how far his noise is carrying.Remember that noise level is difficult to control with children. Babies unavoidably cry in the middle of the night. Meet the Neighbors and Be Friendly Making a friendly gesture will surprisingly reduce apartment noise. Neighbors who know each other will probably be much more careful not to bother each other. Address Noise Calmly and Face-to-Face If a loud noise needs to be addressed, go to the offending apartment personally and knock politely on the door. Being polite will usually bring a polite response Report Noisy Neighbors to the Landlord If a noise issue becomes a constant problem or doesn't improve after a personal request, it's time to bring it up to management. Make sure to be objective and fair in your report, and be able to record the frequency of the problem and provide details about it. Things to Avoid when Dealing with a Loud Neighbor There are some "don't"s when it comes to dealing life with a loud apartment neighbor. Don't ? · Seekrevenge(报复) or try to "outdo" a noisy neighbor ? · Complain to them face to face repeatedly about the same issue ? · Suffer in silence Doing these things may work for some time, but they're never good long-term solutions. Instead, they will probably only exacerbate the situation. 32. The author agrees that __________________________. . A. we could seek revenge on noisy neighbors B. families with children can control the noise level easily C. friendly gesture has a good effect on reducing apartment noise D. people are aware that their noise has a great effect on their neighbors 33. The underlined word "exacerbate" in the last Paragraph is closest in meaning to _______ . A. worsen B. accept C. improve D. reduce 34. What should we do if a noise issue becomes a constant problem? A. Warn the noisy neighbor of the problem.
B. Complain to the noisy neighbors repeatedly. C. Report the situation to the landlord objectively. D. Talk to the noisy neighbors face to face politely. 35. What would be the best title for this passage? A. Who are your apartment neighbors? B. How to be a popular apartment neighbor? C. How to deal with noisy apartment neighbors? D. How to make friends with apartment neighbors? 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 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。有两项为多余选项。 Culture shock refers to the anxiety and feelings (of surprise, uncertainty, con fusion, etc.) people feel when they have to operate within a different and unknown cultural or social environment, such as a foreign country. Generally speaking, we could say that there are four stages of culture shock. The first stage is called “the honeymoon”. In this stage, you are excited about living in a different place. 36 The next stage is “the hostility(敌意)stage”. In this stage, you begin to notice not everything is as good as you originally thought it was. __ 37__ Moreover, people don’t treat you like a guest anymore. Then you come to the third stage called “recovery”. In this stage, you start to feel more positive. 38 The whole situation starts to become more favorable and you begin to learn to adapt yourself to it. The last stage of culture shock is called “adjustment”. In this stage, you have reached a point where you actually feel good. ____39____The things that originall y(起初) made you feel uncomfortable or strange are now things that you understand. Now you have adjusted to the new culture and you feel comfortable. Not all individuals visiting another country will experience all these four stages. ____40___It also occurs within cultures as individuals move from place to place or from one setting to another (e.g., from high school to college). A. You feel that friends should help each other to deal with culture shock. B. And you come to understand everything you don’t understand. C. In addition, culture shock is not limited to the overseas visitor. D. You become tired of many things about the new culture. E. You have learned enough to understand the new culture. F. You begin to understand you need to travel a lot. G. And everything seems to be wonderful and everybody seems to be so nice to you. 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；每小题1.5分，满分30分） Wallet Back This is a story about a learning experience that had a big effect on the way that I live my life. The ___41___in the story did not give me tests or even grade me on my work. I was taught by one of the most effective ___42___ of teaching, one that only people with lots of love can do. “My wallet! Where is it ？ ” were my first words___43___ I found my wallet was missing. I __
44___ my memory for a few good seconds, then realized that I had left my precious wallet in the library’s public ___45___! Because the library was now __46__, I had to wait until the next morning to look for it. When I got there the next day, all I found was a clean restroom. This was the first time I could remember ever ___47___ to see a clean restroom. As I walked out, I looked at myself in the mirror and shook my head at the ___48____ fool in front of me. I politely ___49____ the librarian at the front desk and asked her if a wallet had been found in the restroom yesterday. “No.” I walked off with a sense of ___50____. I __51___ what I would do if I had found a wallet containing sixty dollars, a phone card and ma ny other irreplaceable ___52____things. Finally, I __53__ accepted the fact that my wallet was gone. A week later, I received a ___54____ . It was my wallet. And most __55____, nothing was mis sing ！ But there was a little yellow sheet of paper folded up in one of the wallet pockets that had not been there before. I slowly unfolded the paper, which ___56____something like this: When we continue to help around, we will live in a larger and more rewarding world. This person didn’t even leave a return address. So I couldn’t ___57___whoever it was. From th at day on, I __58__ myself that I will follow this ___59___ and help others and make them as __60_ _ as I was when I opened that parcel！ 41. A. leader B. writer C. teacher D. scholar 42. A. aids B. systems C. materials D. methods 43. A. once B. when C. before D. since 44. A. searched B. improved C. developed D. recorded 45. A. canteen B. lounge C. restroom D. showroom 46. A. closed B. deserted C. crowded D. occupied 47. A. hoping B. hating C. refusing D. preferring 48. A. grateful B. curious C. forgetful D. nervous 49. A. approached B. interviewed C. informed D. reminded 50. A. safety B. forgiveness C. satisfaction D. disappointment 51. A. described B. wondered C. discovered D. expressed 52. A. personal B. strange C. surprising D. reasonable 53. A. gladly B. naturally C. willingly D. painfully 54. A. letter B. note C. package D. suitcase 55. A. sincerely B. amazingly C. honestly D. obviously 56. A. read B. printed C. explained D. wrote 57. A. owe B. thank C. admire D. encourage 58. A. supported B. suggested C. improved D. promised 59. A. plan B. course C. rule D. example 60. A. shocked B. amazed C. delighted D. amused
注意：请将 61-70 题，改错，作文的答案，写在答题纸上。 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分45分） 第二节（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容（不多于 3 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 Mr．Brown was tired of living in the big city 61 he worked．He wanted to move to the
country and live in a house from which he could get to his office in the city early every day．He 62 (1ook) for a house when he saw an advertisement in a newspaper one day．The advertisement said that a suitable house in a quiet area was up for sale 63 a reasonable price， and the house was within a stone’s throw of a railway station from which there were frequent 64 (train)to the big city． “That’s exactly 65 I need， ”Mr． Brown said to himself． So he called the house agency and arranged to go by train the next day 66 (have)a look at the house． The house agency met him at the station and they started walking． It 67 (take) them at least 15 minutes to get to the house． When they finally arrived， Mr． Brown said 68 (angry)， “I should be very 69 (interest) to meet the man who threw the stone you mentioned in 70 newspaper．” 第三部分：写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节：短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌写的以下短信。信中共 有 10 处错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。请按照下列格式 修改： 增加：在缺词处加一个漏词符号（∧） ，并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下画一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1．每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2．只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。 Dear Brown, last summer I take a part-time job in the International Camp for children. One more worker will be needed in this year and I think you are fit for it. How about join us? The camp is at the foot of a small hill closed to a river. It is such beautiful a place. We can hear birds singing happy all around. Everybody sleeps in tents, that is very exciting. We usually work only 5 hours a day, so we will have plenty of spare time visit the area and have a fun. I am sure it will be an unforgettable experience. If you have interests in it, reply to me soon. Yours Mary 第二节：书面表达（满分 25 分） 现在越来越多的人选择在网上找工作。请你就此现象以“Hunting for a Job on the Internet”为题，写一篇词数为 100 左右的英语短文，发表自己的看法。要求包括下列内容, 可以有所添加以使行文连贯。 1.人们宁愿在网上找工作而不愿选择传统的方法; 2.在网上找工作的原因：1.方便 (convenient adj.) 2.简单 3.失败也不会难堪 3.你对网上找工作的看法。
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Dear Brown, last summer I take a part-time job in the International Camp for children. One more worker will be needed in this year and I think you are fit for it. How about join us? The camp is at the foot of a small hill closed to a river. It is such beautiful a place. We can hear birds singing happy all around. Everybody sleeps in tents, that is very exciting. We usually work only 5 hours a day, so we will have plenty of spare time visit the area and have a fun. I am sure it will be an unforgettable experience. If you have interests in it, reply to me soon. Yours Mary
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Hunting For A Job On The Internet
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6. 作文 Hunting for a Job on the Internet
Nowadays more and more people would rather look for a jo b on the Internet than in the newspapers or in a job market. There are many reasons for their preference。 One of the reasons is that a job hunter can find a job conveniently without bothering to get help or advice from relatives or friends. Besides， by surfing online for a job opportunity, a job hunter can get a job simply after reading the ads and sending resumes by emails. What is important is that the success rate is very high，and even if one fails to find a job， it can spare him the embarrassment of being refused. As for me， I believe that with the increasing popularity of the Internet， this new way will be more and more popular among jobless people and laidoff workers for its convenience，simplicity and high success rate.
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