考生注意： 1．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。 2．请将各题答案填在试卷后面的答题卷上。 3．本试卷主要考试内容：高中综合 第一部分：英语知识运用（共四节，满分 55 分） 第一节语音知识（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分） 从每小题的 A.B.C.D 四个选项中， 找出其划线部分与所
给单词的划线部分读音相同的选项。 1．concern A. clone B. absolute C .prospect D. approval 2．threat A. break B. cleaner C. breathless D. create 3．channel A. attach B. architect C .machine D. moustache 4． pollution A. potential B．routine C. whistle D. adjustment 5． through A. bound B. wound C. ought D. could 第二节情景对话（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分） 根据对话情景和内容，从对话后所给的选项中选出能填人每一空白处的最佳选项。选项 中有两个为多余选项。 Mike: Good afternoon. 6 Susan: That's right. Mike: May I have a look at it, please? Susan: 7 Let me show you around. Mike :How long have you lived here? Susan: I've lived here ever since my son was born, and now he's 30. Mike: ( )h, that's quite a long time.__8 Susan: I've just retired. 1 want to buy a small house in the country. It's quiet and the air is fresh there. Mike: How much do you want for it? Susan:$150,000. Mike: 9 Can you bring it down? Susan: I'm sorry but I think it's worth the price. Mike: I like the house but I can't decide now. 10 Susan: A woman always has the last word. A．()K. I'll take it． B．That's a lot of money. C．Why, yes, of course. D. My wife must see it first. E. Please tell me your address.
F.I believe this house is for sale. G. Then why do you want to sell it? 第三节语法和词汇知识（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从每小题的 A. B.C.D 四个选项中，选出可以填人空白处的最佳选项。 11.1 would walk the seven miles across the town every Sunday night to get ____good meal a week at____ Hare Krishna temple. A．the; the B．the；不填 C．a；不填 D．a；the 12. you live each day as if it was your last, someday you'll most certainly be right. A. If B. Since C. Until D. While 13.I returned Coke bottles five cents to buy food. A．on B．by C．with D．for 14. If prisoners try to escape, they will face the threat of by soldiers. A. shooting B. being shot C. to be shot D .having shot lo. Some people in the worst flooding that hit Thailand in the past 00 years, and 261 people have died since late July. A. affected B. will affect C. have been affected D. had been affected 16. I'm convinced that the only thing that kept me going was____ 1 loved what I did. A. what B .that C. how D. whether 17. Dutch drivers caught driving a car while over the legal alcohol limit forced to fit their cars with " alcolocks " which can lock the engine. A. are B .have been C. will be D. would be 18. The Secretary of Defense was born on June 28, 1938 in Monterey,____ his Italian immigrant parents operated a restaurant. A. how B. where C. when D. that 19.1 want to first begin by thanking the President for his trust and confidence in me. A. placing B. giving C. recognizing D. spotting 20. Kindergarten may serve the purpose of helping them ____being apart from their parents without anxiety. A. prevent from B. contribute to C. accuse of D. adjust to 21. If he in better shape, he would be a great addition to our basketball team. A. were B. would be C. was D. would have been 22. The total debts of the governments are less than 50 percent of GDP,____ below the general debt levels of the United States. A. further B. very C. far D. many 23.—____ That's a good idea. It will be cheaper. A. Are you going there too? B. If we catch a taxi at the airport ,it will be expensive. C. I'll see you in Denver at two forty-five. D. Do you want to share a taxi? 24. In no way____ held responsible for customers' lost property. A. the shop can be B. can be the shop C .can the shop be 25. She spent five years in Paris.
D. be the shop can
A. What about her English ability? C. How dare you talk to me like that?
B. No wonder she doesn't speak French. D. How come her French is so bad?
第四节完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文， 从短文后各题的 A. B. C.D 四个选项中， 选出适合填人对应空白处的最佳选 项。 Last weekend I sat on the bus talking with excitement and so ready to spend time in New York City with one of my best friends from college. As I took the window seat and put my headphones in,1 26 even noticed the elderly man that took a seat beside me. Two hours passed and I remained__27 in my own world, bored and anxious to get off the bus. However, after re-settling on the bus 28 the quick rest stop break, the elderly man asked me a question ,a 29 question about the bus's Wi-Fi, which turned into a 2-anda-half-hour 30 probing（探测）my deepest fears, my dreams, my life. I shared more with this 31 0n the bus than I have with any friend or family member in months. 32 it had something to do with me just being afraid to let anyone I know come close to me anymore.__33 , 1 was amazed that a complete stranger would be not only so sincerely interested in getting to know me, but also just as 34 to push me to my greatest abilities. Instead of politely nodding his head when I 35 1aw school, he told me that my true 36 seemed to be English. He made me 37 the plans I had laid out for my life 38 just that simple statement. He helped me realize that my neatly 39 plan for the next five years of my life isn't all that neat, but40 complex and filled with41 .Most of all, this stranger helped me embrace（拥抱）the 42 ,not stay away from it because of my 43 0f the unknown. A few days ago, he 44 me saying: “I think you're headed to great things no matter what you decide to do. ”In a few hours a stranger showed me kindness and 45 that made me realize that yes, life is painful, frightening, and puzzling at times but it is going to be okay. 26.A.hardly B. quickly C. occasionally D. aimlessly 27.A.seated B. closed C. absorbed D .hidden 28.A.before B. after C. on D. during 29.A.simple B .funny C. doubtful D .regular 30.A.ride B. condition C .argument D. conversation 31.A.expert B. driver C. partner D. stranger 32.A.Maybe B. Strangely C. Yet D .Surprisingly 33.A.However B. Therefore C .Anyhow D. Otherwise 34.A.satisfied B. willing C .discouraged D. regretful 35.A.mentioned B. passed C .hated D. selected 36.A.subject B. goal C .occupation D .interest 37.A.challenge B .question C .consider D .value 38.A.about B. on C .to D. with 39.A.organized B. suggested C .completed D. specialized 40.A.partly B. deeply C. actually D. nearly 41.A.purpose B. uncertainty C .intention D. excitement 42.A.future B. change C. position D. congratulation 43.A.hope B. eagerness C .anxiety D. fear 44.A.understood B. emailed C. stopped D. interviewed
第二部分：阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节 （共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 阅渎下列四篇短文，从每小题后所给的 A.B.C.D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 A
46. Why did Mr Baker leave the message? A. To win a new project. B. To make an appointment for a meeting. C. To ask for some assistance with the project. D. To receive response to a proposal. 47. When will the staff meet to produce new ideas for the work? A. Monday, January 25. B. Tuesday, January 26. C. Saturday, January 30. D. Monday, February 8. 48. What will Ms Moore do after she reads the message? A. Submit the work she has done to Mr Baker. B. Give a presentation to the clients. C. Present her opinions on the timetable she received. D. Get in touch with French Spring's marketing people. B Pesticides are chemicals that are intended to protect food plants against insects and blight (枯 萎 病 ) from disease. ()ne of the first, and most effective, modern pesticides is called Dichloro-Diphenyl-Trichloroethane, better known as DDT. It was developed during World War Two
and originally used against mosquitoes that carried malaria ( ), as well as other diseases spread by insects. After the war, DDT began to be widely used as an agricultural insecticide. It was extremely effective and its popularity grew. After a while, however, some problems appeared. Many species of insect developed resistance to DDT, and the chemical was also discovered to be very dangerous to fish. It ran off from the land and poisoned many rivers. Rachel Carson, in her 1962 book Silent Spring , gave a sharp warning about the dangers of using DDT. The book questioned the abundant use of chemicals before their effects on vegetation c 植被 ) , wildlife, and human health are fully understood. Many people were influenced by Carson's book. Her views were eventually accepted, and DDT was banned in the United States in 1973. Most other countries followed, and it has rarely been used since. Now, some critics of the ban point out that malaria kills two million people a year in Africa. Continuing to ban DDT, they say, endangers large numbers of people who are not fortunate enough to live in malaria-free countries. A recent article in a medical journal argues that efforts to control malaria should include greater use of DDT because it is the cheapest and most effective method. 49. DDT was probably first used in the . A.1920s B.1940s C.1960s D.1980s 50. What was N()T a problem caused by DDT? A. It killed a lot of fish. B. Insects developed resistance to it. C. It poisoned rivers. D. It caused insects to increase. 51. What was an effect of Rachel Carson's book? A. DDT was forbidden in many countries. B. People fully understood the effects of DDT. C. A new type of DDT was developed. D. A solution to DDT was developed. 52. The passage challenges Carson's view by saying that _ . A. a ban on DTT did not solve the problem of water pollution B. it has been confirmed that DDT is beneficial to health C. Banning DDT will expose large numbers of people to malaria D. scientists have found that insects do not develop resistance to DDT C It is the combination of music and motion. And its history may be as long as the history of the human race. Dance is a means of self-expression, a method of communication, a part of religious ceremonies, or just a way to have fun. It may be the oldest of the arts, and is certainly one of the most popular. People dance in every culture and society in the world. Egypt was one of the first major civilizations to pour into its society with the magic of dance. It was a vital element in religious festivals. The same was true of ancient Greece. The famous philosopher Aristotle also regarded dancing as a type of poetry. He described certain dancers as having the ability to express action and emotion. Dance became a form of high art in Europe with the development of ballet during the 16th century. Beginning in Italy, ballet moved on to France. Choreography (舞蹈艺术) took on great diversity as new themes were explored and presented. By the 1800s, ballet had moved into the age of Romanticism, and ballet themes drew upon human emotions, fantasies and spiritual elements. This was also the time when social dancing came to the forefront of European life. Dances
such as the waltz, which had only been performed by nobles and royalty before, became popular among ordinary people. The waltz stood for a freedom of expression and movement that was influenced by political and social change in Europe at that time. 53. Aristotle once considered dancing as _____ A. a method of communication B. a way to have fun C. a type of poetry D. a part of religious ceremonies 54. Ballet started in A. France B. Italy C. Russia D. Greece 55. The functions of dance mentioned in the passage do not include . A. expressing B. communicating C. having fun D. making profit 56. Based on the passage, which description of waltz is NOT true? A. It represents freedom of expression. B. It's a social dance popular with the ordinary people. C. It influenced political and social changes in Europe. D. It used to be a privilege of the noble and royal families. D There are a number of popular myths about learning to speak English as a foreign language. Many learners take them for granted in spite of clear evidence that suggests they may not be true. One of the widely held beliefs is that native speakers make the best conversation partners. This is not true. Illogical as it may seem, researchers are telling us that native speakers are not necessarily the best partners for language learners to talk with. The best partners in many ways may be other learners like themselves. The main reason is interaction with native speakers is far from ideal, especially for lower level learners. There is little negotiation (商谈) of what is said, as native speakers tend to control speaking time, while learners often accept confusion silently in an effort to be polite and not show their ignorance. On the other hand, when talking to other non-native speakers, they dare to question and negotiate meaning. There is also equal opportunity for participants to exchange more information and language freely. Another concentration is the desire to speak like a native. Many English learners believe they should learn "standard English" in order to acquire accent-free speech. Not only is this a wrong assumption, it is also an unrealistic goal for most learners to aim for it. The fact is native speakers don't speak the same variety of English, and there is no such thing as a standard version of English. And even if there is, it is almost impossible for learners, once they pass a certain age, to get rid of the accent of their mother tongue. All things considered, there is really no good reason to "sound like a native". Most students also think that if they go to an English-speaking country, they will pick up the language without much effort. What they don't know is that plenty of learners acquire a foreign language without leaving their home country. And similarly, the opposite is often true: Some learners never progress beyond a certain level of proficiency despite years of exposure. Natural immersion alone does not guarantee success. Simply put, the keys to success in learning a language are still the good old-fashioned time and effort. 57. What is a good title for the passage? A. Practice Makes Perfect B. How to learn Standard English
C. Challenging Native Speaker Myths D. The Advantages of Studying Abroad 58. For lower level learners, the author suggests____. A．studying abroad B. controlling speaking time C. talking to non-native speakers D. practicing with a native speaker 59. In the last paragraph, the term "natural immersion" refers to____ A. learning to negotiate meaning B. interaction with non-native speakers C. finding opportunities to speak English D. living in the target language environment 60. According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true? A. Most learners desire to speak like a native. B. Interactions with native speakers are far from ideal. C. It's not necessary to leave motherland for a foreign language. D. Living or studying abroad is bound to help learners acquire the language. 第二节 （共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 根据短文内容，从下框的 A～F 选项中选出能概括每一段主题的最佳选项。选项中有一项 为多余项。
Traveling the world and exploring new places can change your life. The five ways of being a traveler can make you lead a happier and healthier life. 61. Meeting new people is one of the great upsides of traveling. Whether it's chatting up your hostel roommate, making small talk with your seat-mate on a train or having a lively discussion at a local bar, you will be forced to improve your social skills (especially if you're traveling by yourself). If new situations tend to make you anxious, traveling is a sure way to take steps toward reducing that anxiety. 62. Taking time off is an obvious way to recharge and reduce stress levels. But while staying home and resting is a worthy use of your time off, traveling removes you from your everyday life and lets you truly escape. Traveling lets you put aside your daily responsibilities and focus on yourself for a moment. When you return home, you'll feel refreshed and have the motivation you felt used up before you left.
63. Having a travel "to-do" list and slowly crossing things off that list keep you motivated and positive. That list can include things like visiting certain locations or accomplishing a feat such as climbing a mountain or becoming conversational in the language of your next destination. 64. Once you catch the adventure travel bug, you'll never be the same. Let's say while traveling you get attracted to taking a hike with beautiful views. You go, it's not too laborious and the experience takes your breath away. Now you want more-harder hikes with even better pay-off. While home, you exercise and prepare for more challenging hikes. You're healthier and fitter than ever and you get to look forward to accomplishing new goals. 60. Travel can involve a lot of waiting. You'll wait in lines. You'll wait for flights. You'll wait at restaurants. Learning how to cope with those waits, how to make conversation with those you're waiting with and how to stay calm in frustratingly slow situations will teach you how to remain patient and calm m all situations. 第三部分：写作（共三节，满分 55 分） 第一节单词拼写（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 根据下列各句句意和空白之后的汉语提示词，在横线上写出对应单词的正确形式、完整 形式，每空只写一词。 66. Britain would be linked with America by road as a result of the ambitious____ (工程). 67.It didn't____ （花费）Cindy very long to figure out where the pet dog was left. 68. The company has set up six （分店）throughout the city. 69. Lee Kuan Yew transformed Singapore from a small port city into a____ （富裕的） economic center. 70.A young beauty will have a chance to get everything she has ever____ (梦想）for. 71. This week Microsoft Corp. will____ （宣布）the launch of Windows 10 in 190 countries. 72. We offered Susan our congratulations on her____（第十八个）birthday. 73. Many people have showed much interest in this____（展览） ． 74. My father used to tell us about his ____（冒险）during World War n. 75. The US has regulations that govern possession of firearms and guns by those that are____ （精神 上）ill． 第二节短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 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作文。文中共 有 10 处语言错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 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：在错的词下划一横线( )，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1．每处错误及修改均仅限一词； 2．只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。 Fishing is one of my favorite hobby. At the end of September, the first monthly exam was being held. Unfortunately, I performed poor in mathematics and chemistry, both of them used to be my strong subjects. As a result, my total test score was ranked 400th in our grade. I felt upset
in the following days. Seeing this, my mother suggested I spent some time on her hobby-fishing for relaxation on a weekend. Packed up my fishing equipment,1 was driven to a attractive fishing pond by my father. There I fished for a whole day and calm myself down. The joy from fishing successfully pushed me out low spirits. 第三节 书面表达（满分 30 分） 假设你是中学生李华。你的一位美国笔友 John 来信询问最近一部热播的电视剧《平凡的 世界》(The Ordinary World)的相关信息。请你根据写作要点和写作要求给他回一封信。 写作要点： 1．改编自同名小说，作者是路遥； 2．介绍故事主要大意（七十年代青年追求梦想，创造美好生活……） ； 3．你的观后感（感动；激励；向他们学习） 。 写作要求： 1．词数不少于 100（不含已给出部分） ； 2．可以适当增加细节，以使行文连贯； 3．不能使用真实姓名和学校名称。 Dear John， I am glad you are interested in the Chinese TV series The Ordinary World.___________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ Yours． Li Hua