注意事项： 1. 本试卷由选择题和非选择题两大部分组成。选择题包括第一部分和第 二部分；非选择题为第三部分。总分 150 分，时间 120 分钟。 2. 考生领到试卷后，须按规定在机读卡上 两写：填写姓名、准考证号；一涂：在答题卡上涂对应的试卷类型。 3. 选择题答案必须用 2B 铅笔填涂在答题卡上指定区域内，其他试题在指 定区域内作答。
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，找出所给单词的正确读音，并在答题卡上将该选项涂 黑。 1. officer 2. unite 3. enough 4. trunk 5. selected A. pilot A. equipment A.mouth A. language A. settled B.otherwise B. opposite B.shout B. strange B. divided C.official C. diverse C.ought C. thunder C. shaped D. solid D. spirit D.tough D. twentieth D. watered
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入每一空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡 上将该选项涂黑。选项中有两个为多余选项。 David：Where would you live if you could choose? Jane： It?s very difficult to say. Jane： 7 8 6 David：What would you do if you lived in Paris? David：You?d soon get tired of it. David：How about Los Angeles？ Jane： Jane： 9 10 David：It is said the sun shines every day in Los Angeles. I?d like to live there. David：I would also like to live in a city with a lot of good friends. A．I?d like to live there, too B．And what about the United States? C．Los Angeles wouldn?t be a bad idea. D．Would you like to live alone? E．If I were very rich, I?d certainly choose Paris. F．As a matter of fact, I?d live in any city where I had friends.
Jane： I wouldn?t live in New York. It is too noisy.
G．Oh, I?d have a house by the Seine, and I could enjoy the scenery. 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，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该选 项涂黑。 11. —Did you get the news that Fabregas was appointed football club? —Really, but many people think he is too young to shoulder responsibility. A. 不填；不填 B. 不填；the C. the；不填 D. the; the 12. — Oh, it?s already a quarter past six. What shall we do at the meeting this evening? — We?ll go on with the matter________ this afternoon. A. be discussed C. discussed 13. Jack A. must — guy in general. B. should C. shall D. can 14. —May I try the jacket on? , but I think it will be too small for you. B. By all means D. Believe it or not of the chair. C. standing out D. giving out B. putting out A. As you like C. As a result A. sticking out dismissed. A. to make suggestions. A. careful B. practical C. effective China sends a manned D. favorable 18. — How long do you think it will be spaceship to the moon? — Perhaps two or three years. A. when — Oh, yes. I A. will enjoy B. until C. that D. before 19. — Have you thought about your day off next week? the sunshine in Hawaii next Friday afternoon while B. are enjoying you are all working! C. will be enjoying D. am going to enjoy 20. ______ you don?t like him is none of my business. A. What forget. A. that B. when C. what D. which B. Who C. That D. Whether 21. I had an experience some years ago, taught me something I?ll never B. to be made C. having made D. made 17. When we plan our vacation, our mother often puts forward B. being discussing D. which discussed be really difficult to deal with occasionally even if he?s a nice captain of the
15. Take care! There is a nail
16. With the decision________，the members present at the meeting were
22. Why not stay at home A. since that
the road is so slippery after the heavy snow? B. now that C. then that D. after that to visit the museum _____ C. is; are D. are ; is
23. Every student as well as teachers who asked to be at the school gate on time. A. is; is B. are; are
24. Despite what I?d been told about the local people?s attitude to strangers, at no time_____ any rudeness. A. did I meet B. have I met C. I had met D. I met 25. —Jackson was late for Mr. Black?s class this morning. —_______? As far as I know, he never came late to class. A. So what 第四节 B. Why not C. How come D. What for 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，选出适合填入对应空白处的最佳选 项，并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 The man who sat with me in the old wooden stairs thirty-five years ago was not a tall man. But to me, a five-year-old child, he was a giant. We would sit side by side, watching the sun go down behind the station across the busy street behind which I was never 26 One day we sat 28 turn the corner to kill time. Suddenly Grandpa asked “ of Coke?" I couldn't believe my 31 . Was he talking to me? On my family's modest income, Coke was not a 32 33 ," Okay," wondering how I would get , after he gave me a dime, he said to 34 and keep an ear out for part of our diet. Without resisting the temptation I replied across the street. I thought Grandpa was going to go with me. 29 ?" 30___a bottle "Yes," was my reply." How would you like to run over to the gas station there and get to cross 27 accompanied by an adult. the traffic, counting cars and trying to guess the color of the next one to
me, " Okay, help me down the stairs and to the curb. I'm going to stay your Coke, walk back and then 37 35
the babies, who are still asleep. I'll tell you when it's safe to cross. You go over to the Coke machine, get me to tell you when it's safe to cross back." 36 my hand tightly. Together we looked up the street and 38 40 my hand and I ran. I ran as fast as it to the other side. Reaching the 42 proudly. I waved I was very nervous when Grandpa possible. The street seemed other side, I 43 . " Stop right there," he yelled On hearing this, I 26．A. forbidden 27．A. if 28．A. observing 29．A. Happy 30．A. yourself 45 44 one car was speeding by me, after which Grandpa said" Come 39
, and back up again. He told me it was safe to cross. He . I wondered if I would
41 to find Grandpa still standing exactly where I had left him,
Coke in hand, I proudly marched back out into the early evening dusk, seeing Grandpa was waiting
on, now," At last I crossed the street safely. He smiled on me, saying “You?ll do that alone from now on”. felt so proud before. C．promoted C．unless C．watching C．Hungry C．me D．expected D．whether D．finding D．Thirsty D．you B．allowed B．when B．noticing B．Funny B．ourselves
31．A. eyes 32．A. shyly 33．A. Though 34．A. home 35．A. ask for 36．A. held 37．A. up 38. A. took hold of C. lost hold of 39．A. narrow 40．A. take 41．A. had 42．A. smiling 43．A. angrily 44．A. after 45．A. never
B．ears B．proudly B．However B．there B．search for B．shook B．back B. let go of D. controlled over B．smooth B．see B． turned B．yelling B．impatiently B．once B．still
C．brain C．sadly C．Because C．in C．wait for C．took C．down
D．words D．hopefully D．Therefore D．here D．look for D．put D．upwards
C．long C．grant C．began C．crying C．carefully C．before C．ever
D．wide D．make D．came D．calling D．patiently D．though D．also
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） 阅读下列四篇短文，从每小题后所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡 上将该选项涂黑。 A Sarah Outland?s weeklong “staycation” gave her a chance to explore her new surroundings after moving to Chicago. A day after moving to the Windy City last year, Outland started a new job and never got a chance to explore her new surroundings. After nine months as a resident, she finally took a week off work to visit famous landmarks, museums and shopping centers that were right under her nose. If you glance through a newspaper or listen to a news broadcast recently, you may hear or spot a strange word, “staycation”. Staycation is a new word the American press is employing to describe a vacation very close to your home, or simply staying at home during your vacation. It is a combination of words “stay”and “vacation”. According to many news reports, these staycations are achieving great popularity among American families this year. When asked about the reason for their expected staycation, respondents stated “gas prices are too high” (61 percent), “travel in general is too expensive (44 percent). The high price of gas for cars and airplanes has made it very expensive for Americans to travel compared to past years. When you combine this with the weak American dollar, it all adds up to people deciding to stay close to home during their traditional summer vacations. For aggressive young Americans who are trying to balance family and work, a staycation can be a great concept. They want to enjoy their homes and the attractions in their area without the stress of packing or making reservation. They won?t be paying high fuel prices either directly, at the pump, or indirectly, in airfare, other than the gas required to drive around town. Absolutely, it?s friendlier on the environment when locals take trips to attractions in their own area, and not everyone is game for a vacation that involves staying on a hotel compound. Few people live close enough to a real destination to make this worth their while.
46. How long after moving to Chicago did Sarah Outland take a staycation? A. A day B. A week C. A month D. Nine months 47. The author develops the second paragraph of the passage by______. A. making a comparison C. offing an analysis A. high traveling expenses C. relatively low income A. is tolerant of C. is willing to try B “Everyone is entitled (有权) to his own opinion” is a remark commonly heard in our society. We value free speech and the rights of the individuals. The private preferences we keep, as long as they do not bother with the rights and freedoms of others, are ours to do with as we wish. Children learn this central principal early on and soon become expert at using it effectively to suit their own purposes. The phrase “well, it?s just my opinion” can act as a get-out clause which avoids further questioning or the need to give an explanation. A student may well prefer to put up a brick wall and so avoid the difficult task of providing a justification (正当的理由) for their view. They know the holy position freedom of speech hold for all of us and they know the taboo (禁忌) around challenging the opinions of others when they do not produce unfavorable effects on anyone else. This can make things hard for the teacher. We want to promote tolerance and respect in our classroom and give young people a sense; this is how one ought to behave. Yet, we are also seeking to develop reasoning and critical thinking. To some extent, there is an idea that people?s views carry equal weight because all individuals ought to be treated equally. Treating people equally is different from treating what they say with equal weight, though. We need to make it clear to students that the right to one?s opinions does not ignore the need to support them with argument when called to do so. Justification is the signal difference between opinion and argument. Opinions are stated; arguments are advanced. Opinions are given; arguments are proposed. When we ask a student to explain themselves, we are asking them to give us something that will lend evidence to what they have said. We are asking them convince us, to persuade us, to show us the reasonableness of what it is they are saying. 50. According to Paragraph 2, if you offer a get-out clause, you may A. fall into a difficult situation C. raise your social position 51. The teacher may find it hard to B. escape being questioned D. have to further explain your opinion . . B. giving a definition D. providing an example B. stress of packing D. lack of real destinations. B. is opposed to D. is expert in
48. Staycations are popular with American people mainly due to _____.
49. The underlined part “is game for (in Para.4) means “________”.
A. put up a brick wall to avoid giving acceptable reasons B. challenge the opinions of others to have a deep effect on them C. encourage tolerance and respect while developing reasoning and critical thinking D. tell the differences between opinion and argument
52. The underlined word “them” in Paragraph 3 refers to A. students B. teachers C. needs
53. Which of the following would be the best title for this passage? A. Everyone is entitled to their opinions B. Never bother with the rights of others C. “It?s just my opinion” isn?t good enough D. Treat what people say equally C Owning a smartphone may not be as smart as you think. It may let you surf the Internet, listen to music and snap photos wherever you are…but it also turns you into a workaholic, it seems. A study suggests that, by giving you access to emails at all times, the all-singing, all-dancing mobilephone adds as much as two hours to your working day. Researchers found that Britons work an additional 460 hours a year on average as they are able to respond to emails on their mobiles. The study by technology retailer Pixmania reveals the average UK working day is between 9 and 10 hours, but a further two hours is spent responding to or sending work emails, or making work calls. More than 90 percent of office workers have email-enabled phones, with a third accessing them more than 20 times a day. Almost one in ten admits spending up to three hours outside their normal working day checking work emails. Some workers confess they are on call almost 24 hours a day, with nine out of ten saying they make work emails and calls outside their normal working hours. The average time for first checking emails is between 6 am and 7 am, with more than a third checking their first emails in this period, and a quarter checking them between 11 pm and midnight. Ghadi Hobeika, marketing director of Pixmania, said, “The ability to access literally millions of apps, keep in contact via social networks and take photos and video as well as text and call has made smartphones invaluable for many people. However, there are drawbacks. Many companies expect their employees to be on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and smartphones mean that people literally cannot get away from work. The more constantly in contact we become , the more is expected of us in a work capacity(容量).” 54. What can we conclude from the text? A. All that glitters is not gold B. It never rains but pours C. Every coins has two sides D. It?s no good crying over spilt milk 55. The underlined word “accessing” in the third paragraph can be replaced by “________”. A calling B. reaching C. getting D. using 56. Which of the following is true according to the text? A. The average UK working time is between nine and twelve hours B. Nine- tenths spent over three hours checking work emails C. One-fourth check their first mail between 11 pm and midnight. D. The average time for first checking emails is between 6 am and 8 am. 57. What?s the main idea of the text? A. workaholics like smartphones.
B. Smartphones bring about extra work. C. smartphones make our life easier. D. Employers don?t like smartphones. D It is a tall tale that terrifies most young children. Swallow a piece of chewing gum and it will remain in your body for seven years before it is digested. An even worse tale is that swallowed gum can wrap itself around your heart. But what would happen if you should accidentally eat a stick of gum? Chewing gum is made out of gum base, sweeteners, coloring and flavoring. The gum base is pretty indigestible—it is a mixture of different ingredients (成分) that our body can?t absorb. Most of the time, your stomach really cannot break down the gum the way it would break down other foods. However, your digestive system has another way to deal with things you swallow. After all, we eat lots of things that we are unable to fully digest. They keep moving along until they make it all the way through the gut(肠道) and come out at the other end one or two days later. The saliva (唾液) in our mouth will make an attempt at digesting chewing gum as soon as we put it in our mouth. It might get through the shell but many of gum?s base ingredients are indigestible. It?s then down to our stomach muscles—which contract and stretch, much like the way an earthworm moves—to slowly force the things that we swallow through our systems. Swallowing a huge piece of gum or swallowing many small pieces of gum in a short time can cause a blockage（堵塞） within the digestive system, most often in children, who have a thinner digestive tract than adults—but this is extremely rare. 58. Children might feel terrified after swallowing chewing gum mainly because . A. they believe the tall tale about chewing gum B. chewing gum will stay in their body for years C. their heart will be wrapped by chewing gum D. chewing gum is indigestible for children 59. What happens to the food that can?t be fully broken down? A. It remains in our digestive system forever. B. It will be eventually moved out of our body. C. It will fight against the power of the gut. D. It will stick to the gut for one or two days. 60. What would be the best title for the text? A. How does our digestive system work? B. Can chewing gum be swallowed by kids? C. Does swallowing chewing gum matter? D. Why swallowing chewing gum frightens kids? 第二节 （共 5 小题，每题 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。
A. Reasons for Having Large Families in Some Countries. B. Calculation of Population Growth. C. Efforts Made to Lower the Mortality Rate(死亡率) D. High Fertility Rates (出生率) in Developing Countries. E. Low Fertility Rates in Developed Countries. F. Birth Control Programs. 61. Population growth is determined by the relationship between births and deaths. The growth rate is calculated by the birth rate minus the death rate. If the birth rate is 4%, for example, and the death rate is 3%, the population growing at rate of 1% per year. 62. Historically, families had many children, but average life expectancies are low and many children died young. Improvements in nutrition and public health programs in the past 30 years have led to a drop in the mortality rate and hence to more rapid population growth. 63. Public health programs and improved nutrition over the past 30 years have brought about declines in mortality rates in the developing nations. But fertility rates have not declined as quickly, and the result has been high rates of population growth. Reduced population growth depends to some extent on decreased birth rates. 64. Family planning and modern forms of birth control are important mechanisms for decreasing fertility, but by themselves such programs have had rather limited success in most countries where they have been tried. If family planning strategies are to be successful, they must make sense to the people who are supposed to benefit from them. 65. To a great extent, in developing countries people want large families because they believe they need them. In some societies, children are important sources of farm labor, and they may thus make significant contributions to household income. In societies without any social security programs for the aged, children may also provide a vital source of income for their old parents. 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） 根据下列各句句意和空白之后的汉语提示词，在答题卡指定区域的横线上写出对应单词的正确 形式，每空只写一词。 66. The thief tried to run away , but the dog ______ (咬) him in the leg.
67. This Minister is in charge of the foreign country.
（事务）of that small
68. The man is carrying a heavy bag, ________ (重达..) about thirty kilos. 69. Although ______ (定期) exercise is very important, it?s never a good idea to exercise too close to bedtime. 70. I went out and found they were ________（私语）under the tree over there . 71. The boy held his mother ?s hand _______ (紧紧) when crossing the street. 72. The Somali robbers? frequent attacks on the sea _____ (催促 ) the United Nations to call on all nations to take immediate action. 73. There is no more money needed for _______ (进一步的)research into this matter. 74. The nurse took the boy?s temperature to see if he had a ________(发烧). 75. Mr. Green told his students to __________ (复习)their lesson before class 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。 Dear friends, It is really a good chance to have met all of you there. We have spent several precious weekends learn in the English Club. Although we have been member for a short period of time, we have made a great progress. That is because we are all very actively and the activities are not only enjoyable but helpful. But the foreign teachers here work very hard and tried their best to make the activities lively and interesting. I am very pleased to say that all of us has greatly improved their spoken English so far. I am looking forward seeing all of you again in the near future! Thank you.
第三节 书面表达（满分 30 分） 你校学生会将为来访的美国朋友举办一个晚会，要在学校广播中宣布此事，并欢迎大家参加。为 使美国朋友听懂，请你用英语写一篇广播通知。 要点如下: 宗旨: 欢迎来访的美国朋友 组织者:学生会 时间:3 月 15 日(星期六)晚 7:30 地点: 五楼报告厅 活动内容:音乐,跳舞.唱歌,游戏,交换小礼品(包装好,签名并在包装外面写几个祝愿词) 注意：1. 词数： 不少于 100 词 ； 2. 可根据内容要点适当增加细节，以使行文连贯；
3. 文章的开头已给出 May I have your attention, please? _______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________
第一部分：英语知识运用 第一节 语音知识 1-5 DCDAB 第二节 情景对话 6-10 EGBCF 第三节 语法和词汇知识 11—15BBDBA 16—20DBDCC 21—25DBDAC 第四节 完形填空 26-30BCCDA 31-35BABBC 36-40ACBDD 41-45BADCA 第二部分 阅读理解 A 46-49 DBAC B 50-53 BCDC C 54-57 CDCB D 58-60 ABC E 61-65 BCDFA 第三部分：写作 第一节 单词拼写 66. bit 67. affairs 68. weighing 69. regular 70. whispering 71. firmly/tightly 72. urged 73. further 74. fever 75. review 第二节 短文改错（共 10 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） It is really a good chance to have met all of you there. (here)We have spent several precious weekends learn(learning) in the English Club. Although we have been member(members)for a short period of time, we have made a (删去)great progress. That is because we are all very actively (active)and the activities are not only enjoyable but helpful. But(And)the foreign teachers here work very hard and tried (try)their best to make the activities lively and interesting. I am very pleased to say that all of us has (have)greatly improved their (our)spoken English so far. I am looking forward ^(加 to)seeing all of you again in the near future! Thank you. 第三节 书面表达（满分 30 分) May I have your attention, please? I have an announcement to make. The Student Union is going to hold a party on Saturday evening, May15, to welcome our friends from the United States. The party will be held at the auditorium on the fifth floor. It will be 7:30. There
will be music, dancing, singing, games and exchanges of gifts. Will everybody please bring along a small gift for this purpose? Remember to wrap it up, sign your name and write a few words of good wishes. Don?t forget: 7:30, Saturday evening, auditorium on the fifth floor. There is sure to be a lot of fun. Everyone is welcome. That?s all. Thank you.