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满分[100] 分 ,时间[100]分钟 一,听力理解 (共 20 小题,每题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 第一节

2015 年 10 月

听下面 5 段对话,每段对话后有 1 个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选


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。 1. How does the man feel about the class? A. He can understand the class. B. He wishes the teacher would talk more. C. He doesn’t always understand the teacher. 2. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. In a bookstore. 3. What does the factory make? A. Orange lines. 4. Why does the man want to take a bus? A. The bus is cheap. 5. What is the woman going to do? A. Do some washing. 第二节 B. Go to the supermarket. C. Buy some sugar. B. It is difficult to find a taxi. C. The taxi isn’t cheap. B. Copying machines. C. MP3s. B. In the woman’s study. C. In a library.

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 至 8 题。 6. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Teacher and student. 7. What did the boy do an hour ago? A. Wrote his diary. 8. What can we know about the boy? A. He has lost his pen at school. pen. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. When will the speakers meet Susan? A. At 3:20. B. At 5:30. C. At 7:30. B. He has found his pen. C. His mother has found his B. Did his homework. C. Did some cleaning. B. Father and daughter. C. Mother and son.

10. What birthday gift will they give Tom? A. A tape. B. A jacket. C. A book.

11. What’s Tom’s hobby? A. Sports. B. Music. C. Reading.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. Where does the conversation take place? A. At an airport. B. In a railway station. C. In a restaurant. 13. What’s the color of the man’s bag? A. Blue. B. Black. C. Pink. 14. What’s the man’s baggage number? A. 703-9962 B. 703-9926. C. 703-1926.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15 . What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Boss and secretary. 16. Why does the woman feel bad? A. She has a stomach. B. She has a fever. C. She has a headache. B. Father and daughter. C. Headmaster and teacher.

17. How does the man solve the problem? A. He makes copies of the report himself. B. He lets the woman go home to have a rest. C. He asks somebody else for help. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What is the speaker? A. An English teacher. B. The headmaster. C. A student.

19. How long did Miss Elizabeth stay in the school? A. One year. B. Two years. C. Three years. 20. What do you think of Miss Elizabeth’s teaching? A. Difficult but understanding. B. Lively and interesting. 二 单项选择(共 10 小题, 每小题 1 分,共 10 分) 21. Their friendship didn’t last long before breaking up because they always _______ what they do for each A. added up A. widely _______. A. quiet to have B. still any interest in it. C. silent D. calm 24. Although I had the advantage of the new product ______ again and again, fewer people seemed A. explained B. to explain C. explain D. explaining 25. There was a time ________ Sam had to beg from door to door to make himself alive. other. B. added to B. entirely C. added up to C. possibly D. added D. exactly C. Exciting and active.

22. Honestly speaking, I would agree with Cathy, though not _______. 23.I tried hard to get some information about the new technology out of his mouth, but he remained

A. when B. that C. while D. how 26. -Do you know our town at all? --No, this is the first time I ______ here. A. was coming B. are coming C. came D. have come 27—Tom, did you visit the Dinosaur Park when in Changzhou? —No, I ________ it, but I spent too much time playing in a zoo. A. must have visited C. could have visited B. can’t have visited D. shouldn’t have visited

28 The reporter believes that it is the test system, rather than the teachers, that ________ responsible for the heavy burden of middle school students nowadays. A. are B. were C. was D. is 29 With a lot of problems______, the president is very busy every day and hasn’t had a good rest. A. solving B. to solve C. solved D. having solved 30 At the discussion, Jack _____ an idea that they should bring down the price of the bicycles. A. came about B. came up C. came out D. came up with 三 完形填空(共 20 小题, 每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。 He was born a dwarf (侏儒). At the age of four, while seeing Duke Ellington play on television, he pointed to the screen and said, “I want to play that.” His father later bought him a piano. he couldn’t even climb onto the piano seat 33 32 help. 34 at the age of thirteen. 35 37 the and 31

Glass bones, a genetic disorder that kept him from growing fatter and caused weak bones, never him practicing playing the piano. He gave his first 38 concert started, he 36 like an open book on the stage for three minutes. Then he 39 . 40 and only when they had seen 42 his music. Only then

said, “Have you seen enough?” As the audience all playing and his fans clapped their hands together in

, he made his way to the seat. He began

Later, someone asked him why he had stood on the stage for three minutes before playing. He answered that many people had come just because of his enough, when they had met their would they see the 43 41 of his soul. 44 interest in his size. The tiny man gave them something 46 . 47 love and respect. “I , would they be able to

This man was Michel Petrucciani, one of the best jazz pianists ever. Every year, he held more than 80 concerts. People gradually 45 , something better and something they only receive with their don’t believe in genius (天才),” he always said. “I believe in I knew what I wanted to do and I 50 49 for that.” 48

When he played in London, New York, Milan, Tokyo or Paris, he

work. Ever since I was a child,

Michel died in New York in January, 1999. His body remained 100 centimetres tall when he at 37 years old, but in many people’s hearts, he had already become a giant. B. And B. for B. allowed C. But C. to C. admitted D. So D. by D. suggested 31. A. Or 32. A. without 33. A. stopped

34. A. honor 35. A. After 36. A. played 37. A. smiled 38. A. understood 39. A. surprise 40. A. size 41. A. balance 42. A. believe 43. A. height 44. A. found 45. A. sooner 46. A. brains 47. A. missed 48. A. kind 49. A. looked

B. champion B. Unless B. reacted B. complained B. agreed B. happiness B. voice B. requirement B. enjoy B. distance B. raised B. quicker B. eyes B. won B. hard B. worked

C. performance C. Until C. stood C. screamed C. sweated C. admiration C. gift C. satisfaction C. praise C. destination C. developed C. bigger C. hands C. refused C. hopeful C. applied

D. comment D. Before D. lay D. interrupted D. laughed D. sadness D. wisdom D. curiosity D. analyze D. disappearance D. lost D. luckier D. ears D. appreciated D. easy D. wished D. looked back

50. A. passed away B. gave up C. wore out 四、阅读理解(共 20 小题, 每小题 2 分,共 40 分) A

What makes a gift special? Is it the price you see on the gift receipt? Or is it the look on the recipient's face when they receive it that determines the true value? What gift is worth the most? This Christmas I was debating what to give my father. My dad is a hard person to buy for because he never wants anything. I pulled out my phone to read a text message from my mom saying that we were leaving for Christmas shopping for him when I came across a message on my phone that I had locked. The message was from my father. My eyes fell on a photo of a flower taken in Wyoming, and underneath a poem by William Blake. The flower, a lone dandelion standing against the bright blue sky, inspired me. My dad had been reciting those words to me since I was a kid. That may even be the reason why I love writing. I decided that those words would be my gift to my father. I called back. I told my mom to go without me and that I already created my gift. I sent the photo of the cream-colored flower to my computer and typed the poem on top of it. As I was arranging the details, another poem came to mind. The poem was written by Edgar Allan Poe; my dad recited it as much as he did the other. I typed that out as well and searched online for a background to the words of it. The poem was focused around dreaming, and after searching,I found the perfect picture. The image was painted with blues and greens and purples, twisting together to create the theme and wonder of a dream. As I watched both poems passing through the printer, the white paper coloring with words that shaped my childhood. I felt that this was a gift that my father would truly appreciate. Christmas soon arrived. The minute I saw the look on my dad's face as he unwrapped those swirling black letters carefully placed in a cheap frame, I knew I had given the perfect gift. 51. The idea for a special gift began to form when the author was_______. A. doing shopping B. having a debate C. reading a message D. leaving for Wyoming

52. The reason why the author loves writing may be that ________. A. his teacher encouraged him B. his mother told him stories C. his dad recited words to him D. he had a gift of it 53. The underlined word "it" in Paragraph 3 refers to a poem by_______. A. the father B. the author C. William Blake D. Edgar Allan Poe 54. The author made the gift by_______. A. searching for the poems online B. drawing the background by hand C. painting the letters in three colors D. matching the words with pictures 55. What is the main purpose of the passage? A. To show how to design images for gifts. B. To suggest making gifts from one's heart. C. To explain how computers help create gifts. D. To describe the gifts the author has received B Islands of Adventure at Universal Orlando in Florida People say that it is the home of the “Harry Potter Theme Park”. The Wizarding World is the most popular part of the park. Other popular rides include the Adventures of Spider-Man, Popeye & Bluto’s Bilge-Rat Barges and the Jurassic Park River Adventure. It is open from Monday to Saturday. $15.95 for children, 3 to 13 years old; $29.95 for ages 14 and over. PI-O Indoor Theme Park in Longueuil The PI-O Indoor Theme Park features(以……为特色) 16 rides, a small sea train, a kid-sized bowling alley(保龄球场), a mirror maze(迷宫), theme rooms which include the Christmas room on-the-sea, and a private reception room. “I wanted to create a safe environment for kids aged 1 to 10,” explains owner Jocelyne Pinard. She noted how many competing amusement parks have sections that can be unsafe for young kids — such as the “ball rooms” full of loose plastic balls. So this is how it is different from other amusement parks. Open seven days a week. The admission fees are $16.99 for individuals(个人) and $64 for families. Legoland Windsor Theme Park in London Legoland Windsor is the best choice for young families. The park is designed for children from 3 to 12. There are over 50 rides as well as live shows, workshops, and other attractions aimed at younger children, and especially those who are already fond of building-block(积木) toys. The park is open every single day. Adults: $35; Ages 3-15 and 60+: $26. Buy online and save $3 per person. Wonder La Theme Park in India Wonder La is a world-class amusement park. It’s modern, clean and green, and has all kinds of attractions. There are over 50 rides, 12 of which are water based and 9 especially for small children. If you love getting wet, don’t miss the Rain Disco — an indoor dance floor with a rain system that provides showers of warm water to the music. Monday to Friday 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturday, Sunday, Holiday and Festival seasons 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Single adult / child — $13.50; Family ticket (for any four people) — $50.00; Children 3 and under — Free.

56. If Jim is free this Sunday, he can choose to visit the following parks EXCEPT________. A. Islands of Adventure B. PI-O C. Legoland Windsor D. Wonder La 57. How is PI-O Indoor Theme Park mainly different from other parks? A. It is much safer. B. It features more rides. C. It is much cheaper. D. It offers more activities. 58. If a couple want to visit Legoland Windsor Theme Park with their 5-year-old son, how much do they need to pay when booking online? A. $70. B. $87. C. $93. D. $96. 59. Which of the following about Wonder La Theme Park is NOT true? A. It is located in India. B. It is free for children of 3 and under. C. There are nine rides especially for small children. D. The Rain Disco lets children enjoy cool showers while dancing. 60. Where is the passage most probably taken? A. A science magazine. B. A text book. C. A travel guide. D. A local newspaper. C Whether we’re 2 years old or 62, our reasons for lying are mostly the same: to get out of trouble, for personal gain and to make ourselves look better in the eyes of others. But a growing body of research is raising questions about how a child’s lie is different from an adult’s lie, and how the way we deceive changes as we grow. “Parents and teachers who catch their children lying should not be alarmed. Their children are not going to turn out to be abnormal liars,” says Dr. Lee, a professor at the University of Toronto and director of the Institute of Child Study. He has spent the last 15 years studying how lying changes as kids get older, why some people lie more than others as well as which factors can reduce lying. The fact that children tell lies is a sign that they have reached a new developmental stage. Dr. Lee conducted a series of studies in which they bring children into a lab with hidden cameras. Children and young adults aged 2 to 17 are likely to lie while being told not to look at a toy, which is put behind the child’s back. Whether or not the child takes a secret look is caught on tape. For young kids, the desire to cheat is big and 90% take a secret look in these experiments. When the test-giver returns to the room, the child is asked if he or she looked secretly. At age 2, about a quarter of children will lie and say they didn’t. By 3, half of kids will lie, and by 4, that figure is 90%, studies show. Researchers have found that it’s kids with better understanding abilities who lie more. That’s because to lie you also have to keep the truth in mind, which includes many brain processes, such as combining several sources of information and faking that information. The ability to lie — and lie successfully — is thought to be related to development of brain regions that allow so called “executive functioning”, or higher order thinking and reasoning abilities. Kids who perform better on tests that involve executive functioning also lie more. 61. What’s the purpose of children telling lies? A. To help their friends out. B. To get rid of trouble. C. To get attention from others. D. To create a popular image. 62. The underlined word “deceive” in Paragraph 1 can be replaced by “ ”.

A. tell lies B. handle troubles C. raise questions D. do research 63. From the second paragraph we can know that . A. which factors can reduce lying B. why some lie more than others C. it is normal for kids to tell lies D. how lying changes as kids grow 64. It can be inferred from the passage that . A. children’s lies are the same as adults’ B. the better kids are, the more they lie C. the older kids are, the more they lie D. kids always keep the truth in their mind 65. What is NOT included in the passage? A. The reasons why kids tell lies. B. Which kind of kids tells more lies. C. Experiments about lying of young kids. D. What to do with lying children. D Now many young people are traveling around the world on their own, not because they have no one to travel with, but because they prefer to go alone. Kristina Wegscheider from California first traveled alone when she was at college and believes that it is something everyone should do at least once in their life. “It opens up your mind to new things and pushes you out of your comfort zone.” Wegscheider has visited 46 countries covering all seven continents. In foreign countries, with no one to help you read a map, look after you if you get ill, or lend you money if your wallet is stolen, it is challenging. This is what drives young people to travel alone. It is seen as character building and a chance to prove that they can make it on their own. Chris Richardson decided to leave his sales job in Australia to go traveling last year. He set up a website, The Aussie Nomad, to document his adventures. He said he wished he had traveled alone earlier. “The people you meet, the places you visit, or the things you do, everything is up to you and it forces you to grow as a person, ” said the 30yearold man. Richardson describes traveling alone like “a shot in the arm”, which “makes you a more confident person that was ready to deal with anything”. He said: “The feeling of having conquered something on my own is a major part of what drives me each day when I'm dealing with a difficult task. I walk around with my head up because I know deep down inside that nothing is impossible if you try.” The great 19th century explorer John Muir once said: “Only by going alone in silence can one truly get into the heart of the wilderness.” 66. Which of the following will Kristina Wegscheider agree with? A.Traveling alone is a necessary experience for everyone. B.It is more meaningful to travel in foreign countries. C.It is comfortable to travel around without a friend. D.Traveling abroad helps people to find new things. 67. Traveling alone is challenging because ________. A.it will finally build your character B.you have to make things on your own C.you depend on yourself whatever happens D.it is hard for you to prove yourself to others 68. What do we know about Chris Richardson? A.He started traveling at an early age. B.He was once shot in the arm.

C.His website inspires others a lot. D.He used to work as a salesman. 69. In which section of the magazine can readers probably read the passage? A. Technology B. Sports C. Lifestyle D. Characters 70. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE? A. Wegscheider visited more places than Richardson did. B. Richardson quitted his job to start his business in website. C. Richardson felt confident since he had traveled across all seven continents. D. John Muir held a positive attitude towards solo travelling. 五:语法填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填入一个或两

Few people can tell exactly what the purpose of his life is, neither can I. I 71 (have) so many dreams since childhood, to be a teacher, a firefighter, a policeman or a great scientist. 72 time going by, however, the only purpose 73 remains is to live a more significant (有重大意 义的) life. The ultimate (首要的) goal of being significant is 74 (achieve) something important, to make a difference in this world, or to become well 75 (know). Of course, 76 an average person, I might not be able to live to this significance. But, as far as I am _77___, an ordinary life can also be significant. Working hard at what I can do, or doing the things I enjoy most, I will lead 78 happy life. Enjoying rain and sunshine, I will be blessed with a heart of gratitude. Loving other people and making 79 happy, I will be happy as well. Once life turns colorful, it assures abundance. In a word, the purpose of my life is to become a much 80 (good) person, whether I become somebody or nobody in the future. 六:单词拼写(本题有 10 小题;每空 1 分,共 10 分) 根据下列句子中首字母提示,写出各个单词的完整形式。(每空限填一词) 81. Go s____________ down the road, turn left and you’ll see the supermarket. 82. He looks old, but a___________, he is in his thirties. 83. I would be g____________ if you could give me some advice. 84. After g_______ from Oxford University, I was offered a position. 85. If everything goes according to s__________, we should have the work finished by the end of the month. 86. Do you know when President Barack Obama came into p_________? 87. Have you quite r____ from your bad temper this morning? 88. He looked at the letter and r________ Jenny's handwriting immediately. 89. He lived in America for five years and has a good c__________ of English. 90..John is very r________--if he promises to do something he’ll do it.

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五:语法填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)

71.__________ 75_______




76.__________ 77.________ 78_________ 79_________ 80_______
六:单词拼写(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,共 10 分。请写出完整的单词)


81._________ 85_______ 86._________ 90________








答案 听力 1-5 CABBA 6-10CABCC 11-15 AABBA 16-20CBCAB 单选 21-25ABCAA 26-30 DCDBD 完形 31-35 CAACD 36-40 CADCA 41-45 DBADC 阅读 51-55CCDDB 56-60 AABDC 61-65 BACCD 语法填空 71. have had 72. With 73. that 76. as 77. what 78. a 单词 81.straight 82.actually 83.grateful 84.graduating 87.recovered 88.recognized 89.command 90.reliable 46- 50 DBBBA 66-70ACDCD 74. to achieve 75. known 79. them 80. better 85.schedule 86.power

答案 听力 1-5 CABBA 6-10CABCC 11-15 AABBA 16-20CBCAB 单选 21-25ABCAA 26-30 DCDBD 完形 31-35 CAACD 36-40 CADCA 41-45 DBADC 阅读 51-55CCDDB 56-60 AABDC 61-65 BACCD 语法填空 71. have had 72. With 73. that 76. as 77. what 78. a 单词 81.straight 82.actually 83.grateful 84.graduating 87.recovered 88.recognized 89.command 90.reliable 46- 50 DBBBA 66-70ACDCD 74. to achieve 75. known 79. them 80. better 85.schedule 86.power

答案 听力 1-5 CABBA 6-10CABCC 11-15 AABBA 16-20CBCAB 单选 21-25ABCAA 26-30 DCDBD 完形 31-35 CAACD 36-40 CADCA 41-45 DBADC 阅读 51-55CCDDB 56-60 AABDC 61-65 BACCD 语法填空 71. have had 72. With 73. that 76. as 77. concerned 78. a 单词 81.straight 82.actually 83.grateful 84.graduating 87.recovered 88.recognized 89.command 90.reliable 46- 50 DBBBA 66-70ACDCD 74. to achieve 75. known 79. them 80. better 85.schedule 86.power

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