第一部分听力(共两节，满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题；每小题 l．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个小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. What is the man doing? A. Making a suggestion. B. Making an apology. C. Making a request. 2. Where are the two speakers? A. At a library. B. At the school. C. At a bookstore. 3. What's the man's trouble? A. He was not dressed well for the meeting. B. He locked his keys in his office. C. He forgot to bring his keys with him. 4. How old is Mr. Anderson? A. 35. B. 40. C. 50. 5. What does the man mean? A. He wonders why the woman is here. B. He himself is Dr. Johnson. C. The doctor will be here soon. 第二节(共 15 小题；每小题 l．5 分，满分 22．5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独自。 每段对话或独自后有几个小题， 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、7 题。 6. What is the relationship between the two speakers? A. Good friends. B. Brother and sister. C. Operator and caller. 7. What does the woman want to do? A. Find out an address. B. Inquire about a name. C. Find out a telephone number. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. What does the conversation most probably take place? A. At a restaurant. B. At a cafeteria. C. At a lounge. 9. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The business is very good. B. The service is not very satisfactory. C. The man is just on the right of the lounge. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。
10. What does the man show the woman? A. A magazine. B. Hair care products. C. A bottle of red wine. 11. How will the woman's hair look? A. Long. B. Short. C. Shoulder-length. 12. Why doesn't the woman want to change the color of her hair? A. She thinks it's too expensive. B. She's afraid it might damage her hair. C. She doesn't like the suggested color. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13．Why didn’t the woman go to the man’s birthday party? A．She forgot all about it． B．She didn’t like the man． C. She didn't know about it. 14. What can we know from the conversation? A. The man didn't invite the woman at all. B. The woman got lost during a bike trip. C. The woman is going to a meeting later. 15. What does the woman want to do for the man's birthday? A. Have lunch with him. B. Buy him a present. C. Send him an email. 16. What will the man do after the conversation? A. Have a meeting. B. Have a class. C. Give a speech. 听第 l0 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. When did Alice decide to become a nurse? A. Two years old. B. Four years old. C. Eight years old. 18. Which game did Alice use to play? A. Doctors and nurses. B. Teachers and students. C. Playing cards. 19. When did Alice start her studies in a big hospital? A. Last March B. Last September. C. Last November. 20. How does Alice probably feel the next hour? A. Angry. B. Happy. C. Confused. 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 l 分，满分 l5 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.What do you think of his proposal _______ great emphasis be laid on expanding education ,with girls as well as boys ______to go to school. A. what; being encouraged B. that; be encouraged C. which; been encouraged D. that; to be encouraged 22.Is this hotel _____ you said we were to stay in your letter? A. which B. where C. in that D. in which 23. The experience of being teased and bullied may stay with the victims for___ life and cause all kinds of social problems at _____later age. A. a; a B.\; a C. the; \ D.\; the 24. Lin is never ashamed of what she does,_________ she ends up doing something
wrong. A.as though B. even if C. in case D. for fear 25. It’s the present situation in poor areas that ____ much higher spending on education and training. A calls for B answers for C provides for D plans for 26. He was considering buying a new car but his parents________ it clear that they won’t support him unless he can afford it himself. A. have made B .were making C. made D. will make 27. Excuse me, but______ you suggest? A. what is it exactly that B. what is exactly C. is it what exactly D. what is it exactly 28. The hospital in Harbin is already ______ of shocking mistreatment, as a 74-year-old man died of heart failure, after 67 days of treatment which cost the family 5.5 million yuan. A. acquired B. charged C. accused D. punished 29. Our city will be one of the cleanest areas in our country in the 21st century._____ shouldn’t be any doubt about it now. A. There B. Which C. That D. It 30. Work means much to me. It is _________ of my life _________ air, water and sunlight. A. a part as much; as B. so much a part; as C. as a part much; as D. as much a part; as 31. _____, he will ____his father’s business in the coming year. A. Intelligent enough, take over B. Enough intelligent, hand over C. Intelligently enough, take over D. Enough intelligently, hand over 32. _______, her hands shook constantly and violently. A．Knowing her son killed in the accident B．When she knew her son was killed in the accident C．Known her son killed in the accident D．She knew her son killed in the accident 33. It was strange that you ______ for Maggie’s address. I just got a letter from her---the first one since her family moved on August 31, 1999. A. should have asked B. would have asked C. shall ask might ask 34. — You haven’t done it well. — But I tried my best and did it _____ a way ____ I think is the best. A. in; / B. /; in which C. by; in that D. in; which 35.--You're not angry then? --__________ .I've never laughed so much in my life. D.
A. I'm not sure B. I hope so C. I'd rather not D. Far from it 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, 掌握其大意, 然后从 36~55 各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项 中, 选出最佳选项。 When my son unexpectedly volunteered for the Marines （美国海军陆战队） , I was busy writing my novels and giving little thought to the men and women in the army . My son John Schaeffer, recently came home 36 from the Middle East. He slowly appeared from a broken car. John 37 all night from a base near Washington, 38 he had landed the day before. He did not want me to 39 him there. “I need time to myself,” my son said 40 calling from Kuwait on the way home. I gave my wife a head start. Mother 41 son. “I was so worried,” Genie said. She pulled away to look up again and again to 42 he was really there. My wife gave me a great gift: 43 alone with my boy. John was tired and lay 44 on his bed. I lay down next to him and was grasping his hand the whole time. I just wanted to be certain that the nightmares I’d had about John being killed were 45 . I kept holding my son, the way I 46 when he was two and came into our bed after a 47 dream. I asked John if he’d rather sleep than talk, and he said there would be time for 48 later. With the 49 over, under and around me came incredible tiredness. I slept with his voice dying away. It was the first good 50 I’d had in months. I woke and John was asleep next to me. Sitting by his bed watching him breathe, I found myself praying and 51 for all the fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, husbands and wives of those who were not coming home. For the first time in my life, I was weeping for 52 . Before my son went to war I would never have shed tears for them. My son 53 me. He taught me that our men and women in uniform are not the “ 54 ”. They are our sons, daughters, brothers and sisters. Sometimes shedding tears for strangers is a holy 55 . Sometimes it’s all we can do. 36. A. angry B. alive C. frightened D. excited 37. A. drove B. was driving C. had driven D. would have driven 38. A. when B. where C. which D. who 39. A. meet B. congratulate C. permit D. accept 40. A. once B. when C. unless D. since 41. A. abandoned B. patted C. concluded D. embraced 42. A. make sure B. set down C. get across D. make sense 43. A. period B. chance C. time D. moment 44. A. expanded B. stretched C. extending D. spreading 45. A. facts B. truth C. proofs D. lies 46. A. used to B. ought to C. should D. must 47. A. happy B. cheerful C. scary D. dull 48. A. advice B. discussion C. talk D. sleep 49. A. chat B. worries C. meeting D. curiosity
50. A. conversation 51. A. crying 52. A. friends 53. A. persuaded 54. A. another 55. A. function
B. observation B. cursing B. neighbors B. changed B. other B. adventure
C. sleep C. screaming C. strangers C. frightened C. others C. duty
D. difficulty D. regretting D. soldiers D. accused D. one D. shame
第三部分 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并 在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Walter Wetzel had met Ryan Lamantia nearly eight years ago in a hospital waiting room. Both were very sick——Ryan with brain cancer, Walter with leukemia (白血病). Ryan, who was 3 at the time, began making silly faces at Walter and chatted about going home to change into his Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles costume. Several days later, Ryan moved to another hospital. Though they saw each other only a handful of times after that, Walter never forgot Ryan. "He inspired me to fight against my cancer," said Walter, now 17, a football player. Then one day, Walter saw a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles shirt at a mall, which made him decide to search out Ryan. Back home, Walter typed in "Ryan Lake in the Hills brain cancer" on his computer, and a link to a Facebook page for Ryan came up. But, the news was shocking. Ryan had died on Sept. 8, 2005. He was 6. The Facebook page was for the Ryan Lamantia Foundation, a non-profit organization that Ryan's family formed after his death to raise money for brain cancer research. Walter left this message right away: ."Ryan is my hero. My trips to the hospital were always horrible, until the day I met Ryan." Ryan's mom's eyes were filled with tears as she read Waiter's message. "We always knew Ryan was special, but to hear it from somebody else, it really means the world to us," Lamantia said. Walter wasn't the only person who was greatly impressed with Ryan. "He was a little superhero," said Wendy Stellpflug, a nurse at Children' s Memorial Hospital. "Ryan always kept his spirits high, even after he suffered hearing loss and experienced 14 operations." "Ryan didn’ t let his illness stop him. He always had a smile on his face," said Dr. Stewart Goldman, the doctor who treated Ryan. Walter and his family have been in touch with the Lamantias for the past few weeks. And last week, they met for the first time since Ryan's death. The families told stories of being affected by cancer so young and Walter expressed his hope to volunteer with Ryan' s foundation. 56. Walter and Ryan_________. A. first met in 2005 B. suffered severe illnesses C. were in the same hospital for a long time
D. both liked the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles costume 57. Walter finally wanted to get in touch with Ryan because___________. A. he saw the news about Ryan on the Internet B. he wanted to thank Ryan in person C. an object reminded him of Ryan D. he raised money for Ryan 58. After reading Waiter's message online, Ryan' s mom felt_____. A. proud of her son B. grateful for his help C. happy about his recovery D. sad again at her son' s death 59. Which of the following can best describe Ryan? A. Determined and considerate. B. Optimistic and brave. C. Friendly and patient. D. Brave and proud. 60. We know from the text that Walter_________. A. survived the cancer B. experienced 14 operations C. searched for Ryan on the Facebook D. founded the Ryan Lamantia Foundation B “Mobile phone killed my man,” screamed one headline last year. Also came claims that an unpublished study had found that mobile phones could cause memory loss. And a British newspaper devoted its front page to a picture supposedly showing how mobile phones could heat the brain. For anyone who uses a mobile phone, these are worrying times. But speak to the scientists whose work is the focus of these scares and you hear a different story. One of the oddest effects comes from the now famous“memory loss” study. Alan Preece and his colleagues at the University of Bristol placed a device that imitated the microwave radiation of mobile phones to the left ear of volunteers. The volunteers were good at recalling words and pictures they had been shown on a computer screen. Preece says he still can’t comment on the effects of using a mobile phone for years on end. But he rules out the suggestion that mobile phones have an immediate effect on our cognitive（认识的）abilities. “I’m pretty sure there is no effect on short-term memory,” he says. Another expert, Tattersall, remarked that his latest findings have removed fears about memory loss. One result, for instance, suggests that nerve cell synapses（神经元突触） exposed to microwaves become more — rather than less — receptive to undergoing changes linked to memory formation. An even happier outcome would be that microwaves turned out to be good for you. It sounds crazy, but a couple of years ago a team led by William Adey at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in California found that mice exposed to microwaves for two hours a day were less likely to develop brain tumours when given a cancer-causing chemical. “If it doesn’t certainly cause cancer in animals and cells, then it probably isn’t going to cause cancer in humans,” says William. And while there’s still no absolute evidence that mobile phone use does damage your memories or give you cancer, the conclusion is:
don’t be afraid. 61. Mobile phone users are worried because ______. A. they are not sure whether mobile phones can cause memory loss B. it’s said that mobile phones have a lot of side effects C. one headline reported “Mobile phone killed my man” D. a British newspaper showed mobile phones could heat the brain 62. According to the scientists, ______. A. there is no evidence that mobile phones cause illness in people B. the more people use mobile phones, the healthier they’ll be C. mobile phone users are less likely to develop cancer D. mobile phones’ radiation is the same as the general radiation 63. According to this passage, we can know that _____. A. the mobile phone is a most wonderful invention B. there’s no need to worry about the radiation from mobile phones C. something must be done to stop people using mobile phones D. mobile phone companies shouldn’t cheat customers 64. The underlined word “it” in the last paragraph refers to ______. A. mobile phone radiation B. a cancer-causing chemical C. a happy outcome D. a brain tumour 65. What would be the best title for this passage? A. New Mobile Phones. B. Special Mobile Phones. C. New Special Investigation: Mobile Phones. D. New Investigation. C Renault's new Twizy could be the future of motoring ... or at least a big part of it. This is not some crazy future concept -- this is a real vehicle, fully electric, and on sale now. Prices for the Twizy start at ? 6,690, with battery hire from ? 45 a month. But is it a car? Technically no, it' s classified under UK law as something closer to a moped (摩托 自行车). A two-seater (the passenger sits behind the driver), the Twizy runs on electric power only, and is designed to cover all those little trips we do. And as 87 percent of Europe’s drivers do less than 37 miles a day -- 50 per cent less than 12—there’s really no need to be burning gas for that sort of journey. The Twizy is arguably the most unusual vehicle in this country. Other cars have been beautifully designed, others have been small, but no car has turned motoring on its head in quite the same way. The Twizy’s batteries have a range of 62 miles, and it plugs into a standard socket like any other electrical equipment, going from flat to full power in three and a half hours. There are no full doors on the vehicle, so think of it like a covered moped with four wheels, but no noise and no need for a helmet. There's also a lower-powered type
being designed, the Twizy 45, for which you don' t need a license. Seeing the Twizy in the flesh, you' re surprised by how striking it looks. Sit in it and everything feels right --just car enough to be easy, but different enough to be exciting. With the battery underneath you, the vehicle is suckered (吸) to the road, and the electric power means it accelerates with real energy up to about 50 mph. You don't feel you need any more. In the UK, the weather alone may make it a good buy, but the lack of easy access to outdoor sockets is the biggest challenge. Only time will tell if this brave move answers enough problems to find a place in our lives. 66. According to Paragraph 1, Renault' s new Twizy________ A. is a concept car B. is classified as a car C. can be hired by the day D. has been put on the market 67. Which of the following is TRUE about the appearance of the Twizy? A. Attractive. B. Awkward. C. Traditional. D. Colorful. 68. What do we know about the Twizy 45? A. A helmet is needed to drive it. B. It makes more noise than the Twizy. C. You can drive it without taking a test. D. Its batteries are better than the Twizy' s. 69. What will probably prevent the popularity of the Twizy? A. Its low speed. B. Its weak batteries. C. Its limited inner space. D. Its demand for outdoor sockets. 70. In which part of a magazine can we most probably read this text? A. Travel. B. Technology. C. Economy. D. Environment. D In the past years a lot of people migrated from one country to another in Europe. They had to leave their countries with their traditions, their cultures and sometimes also their families. People migrate because they think that they will have a better life, they will find a job and they will make a lot of money for their families to survive. Sometimes it's true, and they find a job, they make a lot of money and then they go back to their families to help them. But sometimes they are not that lucky. The problem that those people create is that a lot of people from Europe are unemployed and they don't have jobs because immigrants have taken so many jobs. But the question is also: Would European people want a job such as cleaning or hard labor? I think that most of them wouldn't. So we should stop criticizing for a moment and think. We would then maybe realize that it's not that bad to have immigrants at home. The only problem is that it's not right that immigrants want to impose( 强加 于 )their religion on other countries by leading and building mosques ( 清真寺). Because if they had done that in other countries they would have caused trouble.
Phenomena like these happened a few years ago in Great Britain: It was forbidden to switch on Christmas lights outside, because Christmas is a Catholic ( 天主教的 ) recurrence and it was offensive for the Islamic people who lived there. That is not right. The country that gives hospitality to immigrants has the task to allow them to enter society, to be free to believe in their religion and their culture, but every country does not have to forget its tradition and culture. This is one of the many facts which happened in the past years, and I think that many others are going to happen because this phenomenon is developing every day more and more. 71. The first paragraph is mainly about__________. A. what a life Europeans lived B. why some Europeans migrated C. how Europeans migrated D. what migration caused 72. What's the main problem between the immigrants and the native people according to the passage? A. Native people and immigrants fight for the same job opportunities. B. Native people always leave the worst jobs to the immigrants. C. Different religions and cultures often result in some conflicts. D. Native people refuse the immigrants to enter their country. 73. What does the author think of the European immigrants? A. It takes them too much trouble to migrate. B. They have made contributions to the host country. C. They are offered hard jobs but paid less. D. They should be accepted in the host country. 74. We may learn from the passage that__________. A. some people reject foreigners' immigrating to their own country B. the author thinks immigrating can help mix different cultures together C. immigrants to Great Britain were all Islamic people D. immigrants can only find hard and dirty jobs in other countries 75. It can be inferred from the last paragraph that__________. A. people with different religions won' t be allowed to migrate to another country B. immigrants are not free to believe in their own culture C. no other European countries but Great Britain have conflicts D. problems caused by different religions and cultures will exist long 第一节：阅读表达(共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 l0 分) 阅读下面短文并回答问题，然后将答案写到题后的横线上(清注意问题后的词 数要求)。 He skips classes and talks back to teachers but he’s still smart and talented—this is the type 24-year-old Jaki Tan played in the movie Mark of Youth(全城高考), and it has won him raging popularity among teenagers. The movie tells the story of four Senior 3 students in the days leading up to the College Entrance Examination. Tan starred as Qin Peng, who is mischievous but outstanding at music and writing. “Tan brings alive this type of student who seems to exist in every class, and he makes
the character so lovely,” said his fan. Just like how his big-screen character works harder on the basketball court than in the classroom, the 2010 Happy Boys fourth-place winner was not a typical good student. But when it came to music, he had passion and fresh ideas. After finishing his Senior 1 year in Shenzhen, Tan went to study in Canada. At 15, he picked up the guitar by accident when a friend invited him to learn the instrument with him. His friend __________ halfway, but Tan persisted. Throughout high school, he wrote folk songs inspired by his life experiences and performed them for students from around the world. In one song, Tan thanked his school for all the things he didn’t like about it, such as required uniforms, rules against skipping classes and how teachers made him write letters to his family about his mistakes. “Growth comes with conflicts,” he once said in an interview with Hunan TV. “For his listeners, Tan’s lyrics and melodies always bring them back to their happy memories of hot summers and carefree youth,” Happy 8 commented. As a student at University of Toronto, Tan often performed his songs in bars or on busy streets. While many people might be too shy to perform in the street, Tan believes that experience helped build up his confidence. “Don’t be afraid of losing face. It’s always better to lose face while you are learning than to lose face for life by not improving yourself,” he told Sohu Entertainment, calling this his personal motto. 76. What’s the main idea of this passage? (no more than 6 words) ___________________________________________________________________ ____ 77. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 3 with proper words. (no more than 3 words) His friend _______________ halfway, but Tan persisted. 78. In Jaki Tan’s opinion, what does he benefit from performing in the street? (no more than 4 words) ___________________________________________________________________ ____ 79. List at least two things that Jaki Tan hated when he was in high school. (no more than 16 words) ___________________________________________________________________ ____ 80. What does the word “them” (Line 1, Paragraph 4 ) probably refer to? (no more than 2 words) ___________________________________________________________________ ____ 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 前不久，你校学生会向高三学生发出倡议；十八岁的生日时，请为你们的父 母做一件 有意义的事。同学们积极响应，纷纷表达自己的做法。请根据以上信息， 以“Something Special For Parents”用英语写一篇短文。内容包括： 1．描述以上有关学生会倡议的信息和同学们的反应；
2．你的做法及理由。 注意：1．词数 120 左右，短文的标题和首句已给出(不计人总词数)； 2．可以适当增加内容； 3．不能使用真实姓名和学校名称。 Something Special For Parents Not long ago Student Union in our school advocated that…
答案 一、听力 1-5 BCCAB
二、单选 21-25. DBBB A 26-30AACAD 31-35 ABADD 三、完形填空（30 分） 36-40BCBAB 41-45DACBD 46-50ACDBC 51-55ACBCC 四、阅读理解 56-60 BCABA 61—65BABAC 66-70 DACDB 71-75 BCDAD 阅读表达 76. Growth comes with conflicts. / Jaki Tan, a music talent. / The growth/experience of
Jaki Tan. （Key words: growth /experience /talent /Jaki Tan） 77. gave up 78. Building up his confidence. 79. Required uniforms; rules against skipping classes; teachers’ making him write letters to his family about his mistakes. (选择其中两项) 80. His listeners
Something Special For Parents Not long ago, Student Union in our school advocated that Senior Three students should do something special for their parents on the 18th birthday. All the students were actively in response to it and most of them have come up with their ideas. Some choose to write a letter, saying it's the best way to express their appreciation as well as love for their dearest parents. Others prefer to cook a big meal to show that they've already grown up. As for me, I tend to do up hair, wash feet and cut finger-nails for my parents. By doing what parents have been doing for me I can really know how much they devote to bringing me up. Also, being eighteen years old means it's time that I should take responsibility to take care of them.