注意：本试卷分为卷 I（选择题）和卷 II（非选择题）两部分，满分 150 分，考试时间 120 分 钟；所有答案一律做在答题卷上。
第一部分 听力（共两节，共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音
内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案 转涂到答题卡上。 第一节 （共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 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 读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 01. What’s the man’s wife? A. A housewife B. A writer C. A leader 02. When did the man express his love to his mother? A. On Father’s Day B. On Mother’s Day C. On Teacher’s Day 03. Why does the man dislike the cleaning lady? A. She has no culture B. She doesn’t work hard C. She is interfering 04. Where may the conversation take place? A. At Brian’s home B. At the birthday party C. In Grian’s office 05. What’s the man’s problem? A. Sleep B. Mood C. Work 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 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 7 题。 06. What does the woman mean? A. It’s time for Frank to go to bed rather than staying up. B. It’s time for Frank to prepare for the coming exams. C. Frank should spend more time reviewing his lessons. 07. Which subject is poorer for Frank? A. Science B. Math C. History 第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 9 题。 08. Where so the woman? A. In the background B. In front of a waterfall 09. What’s the possible relationship between the speakers? A. Good friends B. Cooperators 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. In a singing hall B. At the KTV C. In the picture C. Strangers
C. In a equipment room.
11. How does the woman describe the man? A. Too modern B. Favorite C. Too modest 12. What does the woman want to do in the end? A. To invite the man to sing together B. To choose the song that she’s familiar with C. To pass the catalogue(目录，一览表) and sing alone 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What would the man’s ideal home be like? A. Its view is so nice with three bedrooms B. It has wide and bright rooms with balconies(阳台; 包厢; （电影院等的） 楼厅，楼座) C. It is located near a park and spacious(宽敞的; 广阔的; （知识） 广博的;) 14. How many bedrooms would be there in his ideal home? A. Three B. Four C. Five 15. Where wouldn’t the bathrooms be built? A. The living room B. The basement C. The main bedroom 16. When would the man watch the news on TV? A. In the morning B. In the evening C. At midnight 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Where did the man find a box of good apples? A. On the dusty land B. On the side of the road C. In the middle of the road 18. Why did the man throw the apples away into the dust? A. He thought he could get much more and nicer food B. He thought the apples were very good in quality but dusty C. He thought he was very lucky to get the richman’s admiration 19. Why did the man fail to get to the rich man’s house? A. The box was in the way B. The apples were on the roadside C. A river was too big for him to cross 20. What can we infer from the passage? A. Don’t throw good things away; it’s very useful in another time B. We can wait for better food if we don’t want to eat the bad food C. You are glad to take food out of the dust and eat it if hungry 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，并在答题纸上 将该选项标号涂黑。 A This year some twenty-three hundred teenagers (young people aged from 13-19) from all over the world will spend about ten months in U.S homes. They will attend U.S. schools, meet U.S. teenagers, and form impressions of the real America. At the same time, about thirteen hundred American teenagers will go to other countries to learn new languages and gain a new understanding of the rest of the world. Here is a two-way student exchange in action. Fred nineteen spent last year in Germany with George’s family. In turn, George’s son Mike spent a year in Fred’s home in America.
Fred, a lovely young man, knew little German when he arrived, but after two months’ study, the language began to come to him. The school was completely differently different from what he had expected—much harder. Students rose respectfully when the teacher entered the room. They took fourteen subjects instead of the six that are usual in the United States. There were almost no outside activities. Family life, too, was different. The father’s word was law, and all activities were around the family rather than the individual. Fred found the food too simple at first. Also, he missed having a car. “Back home, you pick up some friends in a car and go out and have a good time. In Germany, you walk, but you soon learn to like it.” At the same time, in America, Mike, a friendly German boy, was also forming his idea. “I suppose I should criticize American schools,” he says. “It is far too easy by our level. But I have to say that I like it very much. In Germany we do nothing but study. Here we take part in many outside activities. I think that maybe your schools are better in training for citizens. There ought to be some middle ground between the two.” 21. This year________ teenagers will take part in the exchange program between America and other countries. A. twenty three hundred B. thirteen hundred C. over three thousand D. less than two thousand 22. The whole exchange program is mainly to_________. A. help teenagers in other countries know the real America B. let students learn something about other countries C. send students in America to travel in Germany D. have teenagers learn new languages 23. What is particular in America schools is that________. A. there is some middle ground between the two teaching buildings. B. there are a lot of outside activities C. students usually take fourteen subjects in all D. students go outside to enjoy themselves in a car. B On occasion, a memory came to my mind. My mother had a nice table with a single vase standing on it. The table, as I remember, was always in my family and I had to clean it as a child as my weekly housework. It was such a beautiful table that my mother was proud to have it in her living room. Our family moved around a lot because my father, a Spanish and Hawaiian guitar teacher, needed to find new students as the old learned and left. We were never without food, fancy clothes or a house to live in. but, as I grew older, I knew why. My father would usually make enough money to buy us food and clothing, and deal with the doctor bills by paying out of his own pocket for a family of six. He was self-employed and had no medical coverage(医疗保险). Through so many moves, my mother was the organizer of everything that needed to be done. Dad was away at around one o’clock each evening, so the major kid rearing(抚养), cooking and cleaning were all her work. I can also remember her sewing almost every night. My mom didn’t take vacations. She didn’t go out to buy fancy clothes for herself, and what
she did buy was for her four children. As children, we cared about almost nothing. We didn’t care about when the next money would come in. and, all through the years there sat a table with a vase on top. I sat back now and then and stared at that table. It was a reminder of what love was shown by my mother, what she suffered over the years, and what she gave to us, so we could have what we needed. And, her only valuable possession was the table with the vase on top. 24. What did the author sometimes recall? A. Having to clean the table weekly. B. Putting a vase on the table weekly. C. His mother’s vase lying on the table. D. His mother’s table with a vase on it. 25. What can we learn about the author’s family? A. He supported his family by teaching the guitar. B. He hated his father always being out and too busy. C. His family had no fixed home when he was young. D. His family didn’t have enough food when he was young. 26. Which word can best describe the author’s mother? A. Economical B. Mean C. Unusual D. Generous 27. Which of the following questions is NOT discussed in the passage? A. Who supported the author’s family? B. What does the author do at present? C. What housework did the author’s mother do? D. Why did the author’s family move so often? C Parents should ban electronic media during mealtimes and after bedtime as part of a comprehensive“family media use plan”, according to new recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics. “Excessive media use is associated with obesity, poor school performance, aggression and lack of sleep”, said Marjorie Hogan, co-author of the new policy. Families should have a no-device rule during meals and after bedtime, the guidelines say. Parents should also set family rules covering the use of the Internet, cellphones, including, perhaps, which sites can be visited, and who can be called. The policy also restated the existing recommendations: Kids should limit the amount of screen time for entertainment to less than two hours per day; children younger than 2 shouldn’t have any TV or Internet exposure. Also, televisions and Internet-accessible devices should be kept out of kids’ bedrooms. Doctors say parents need to obey the family rules, too, to model healthy behavior. That, some say, may be the toughest part. “If you go to any restaurant, Family 3.0 is Mom and Dad on their devices and the kids on theirs”, says Donald, a pediatrician(小儿科医师) and an AAP spokesman. “Who is talking to each other?” Children aged from 8 to 18 spent an average of 7 hours and 38 minutes a day consuming media for fun, including TV, music, video games and other content in 2009, according to a 2010 report from the Kaiser Family Foundation. The report was based on a survey of 2002 third through twelfth graders, 702 of whom completed a seven-day media use diary. That was up about an hour and 17 minutes a day from five years earlier. About two-thirds of 8 to 18-year-olds said they had no rules on the amount of time they spent watching TV, playing video games or using the computer, the
Kaiser report found. Use of mobile devices by young kids has soared. A new report from Common Sense Media, a child-advocacy group based in San Francisco, found that 17% of children 8 and younger use mobile devices daily, up from 8% in 2011. 28. Which statement is TRUE according to the first paragraph? A. Parents are advised to ban electronic media after mealtimes. B. A “Family media use plan” is being carried out throughout America. C. Electronic media are evil in the eyes of parents and educators. D. The overuse of electronic media has caused many severe problems. 29. Why should parents themselves obey the family rules? A. It’s beneficial to their health. B. It’s beneficial to their work. C. It’s essential to parenting their kids. D. It’s essential to develop good relationship with their kids. 30. What can be inferred according to the report from the Kaiser Family Foundation? A. The majority of the surveyed kids can use electronic devices as they like in their homes. B. The report was based on the statistics in 2002. C. 702 of the surveyed kids completed a seven-day media use diary. D. Kids are spending less and less time using media for fun. 31. What can be the best title of the passage? A. Consuming media for fun is a nature of kids B. No use, no worry C. Measures should be taken to stop children’ s overuse of electronic media D. Electronic devices threaten the relationship of many families D I was driving home the other day on a sunny afternoon. I had a smile on my face as I sang along to the songs on the radio. It was a beautiful day that I felt full of happiness. My good mood ended, however, when the radio station took a news break between songs. Then suddenly I found myself listening to yet another story of a rich famous man who had broken the law. I shook my head as I came to a red traffic light. As I pulled to a stop I noticed four leather-jacketed bikers. They were standing in the middle of the road with two on either side of the light. They looked rough and dangerous, but as I got closer I noticed each one was holding their helmet in their hands. I rolled down my window as one approached my car. “We are the Brother’s of the Wheel”, he said. “We are collecting money for a Christmas Toy Drive for needy children.” As I pulled a dollar out of my wallet I looked past his beard and tattoos(纹身) and into his eyes. They shined with a goodness and kindness that came right from his soul. I dropped the money in his helmet and waved to the other bikers as I drove off. My good mood had returned. My faith in mankind had been bolstered. And I had to remember again never to judge people by their appearance. Our society often judges books by their covers but God reads what is written in our hearts and souls. Perhaps one day we will all learn to see the world through the same eyes. Perhaps one day we will realize that looks matter little and actions matter much. 32. The writer’s good mood ended when _______.
A. he heard news between songs B. he had to stop at a red traffic light C. he heard a rich man broke the law D. he saw four leather-jacketed kids in need 33. What are four bikers doing at the traffic light? A. Having a bicycle race in the street B. Selling helmets to the passers-by. C. Raising money to help kids in need D. Preparing for Christmas holidays. 34. What does “bolstered” in the second paragraph probably mean? A. Destroyed. B. Decreased. C. Exploded. D. Improved. 35. The writer to tell us that we should________. A. have faith in young people B. judge others by their actions C. change our attitude to society D. manage to help others in need 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。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Africa is a very diverse land with many different tribes. One tradition that many of these groups share is painting or marking their bodies and faces in color. They do this for many reasons. Some marks are used to identify people as part of a group. 36 Let’s look at some different examples of body painting. __37 Among the Masai of East Africa, when men are old enough to marry and make decisions for their people, they participate in a special ceremony in which they paint their heads and faces red. This ceremony takes place every seven to fourteen years, so there is not an exact age for participating in it. The Samburu, also from East Africa, like to paint their faces and hair red because they think it looks attractive. 38 To show that he has killed a lion, a man will paint his body with a natural white material, making special marks to represent this accomplishment. The Masai men also use this white to show that they are no longer boys and are considered adults. One quite unusual example of face painting is done by the Wodaabe people of West Africa. Once a year, they have a beauty contest for men. 39 Then they add white and black circles and lines. Black paint is used near the eyes and on the lips to draw attention to the whiteness of their eyes and teeth, which the Wodaabe consider most beautiful. 40 . As you travel, enjoy the beautiful and bright colors of Africa. A. Red is the common color in body painting because it often represents health and long life. B. Other marks are used for ceremonies such as weddings and during times of war. C. The ceremony expresses hope for rain. D. The Masai men also have a unique way of showing that they are brave. E. The women then decide which man they like best. F. The men pretend to fight each other. G. The men paint their faces yellow and red. 第三部分 语言知识运用(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）
阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A. B. C 和 D）中，选出可以填入的空白 处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 Nowadays many people enjoy 41 activities—walking, cycling or mountaineering. People often 42 the act of climbing high and difficult mountains to be astonishing. Why are men and women 43 to suffer cold and hardship, and to 44 on high mountains? This astonishment may be caused by the difference between mountaineering and other forms of activities to which men 45 their leisure time. There are no man-made rules, as there are for 46 sports as golf and football. There are, of course, principles of different kinds. It would be dangerous if you 47 them. But it is this freedom from man-made rules 48 makes mountaineering attractive to many people. Those who climb mountains are free to choose their own 49 . If we 50 mountaineering with other more familiar sports, we might think that one big difference is that mountaineering is not a kind of 51 work at all. 52 , it is only our misunderstanding. There are no “matches” 53 “teams” of climbers, but when climbers are on a rock face linked by a rope which their lives may 54 , there is obviously teamwork. A mountain climber knows that he may have to fight with natural 55 that are stronger and more powerful than man. A mountain climber 56 to improve his skill year after year. A skier has probably passed his best by the age of thirty, and most tennis champions 57 in their early twenties. But it is not 58 for men of fifty or sixty to climb the highest mountains in the Alps. They may take more 59 to do that than younger men, but they probably climb more skillfully and with less effort, and they certainly experience equal 60 . 41. A. physical B. easy C. difficult D. mental 42. A. find B. respect C. treat D. consider 43. A. scared B. willing C. afraid D. suitable 44. A. have a break B. make sense C. take a risk D. lose weight 45. A. give B. hope C. discover D. receive 46. A. so B. various C. different D. such 47. A. applied B. worried C. ignored D. noticed 48. A. which B. that C. how D. why 49. A. methods B. tradition C. styles D. activities 50. A. contact B. relate C. replace D. compare 51. A. pair B. complex C. team D. simple 52. A. Otherwise B. Therefore C. Furthermore D. However 53. A. between B. within C. from D. beyond 54. A. keep on B. go on C. depend on D. focus on 55. A. storms B. forces C. energies D. strengths 56. A. tries B. wants C. continues D. decides 57. A. will be B. are C. appear D. is 58. A. unusual B. normal C. common D. frequent 59. A. gifts B. means C. brains D. time 60. A. astonishment B. ambition C. concern D. enjoyment 阅读下列材料，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。 I will never forget watching my son play soccer in this middle school. My son was not a star
player. In fact, he didn’t have the opportunity to play for long in each game, 61 the rules at that time made sure everyone was involved. In one game, with the score tied and time 62 (run) out, he was playing a defensive position. The other team’s star player got _63 ball but my son was in his way. Somehow, when they met, the result was that the star player 64 (fall) on the ground and my son got the ball. He ran with 65 and had a clear path to the goal. His coach jumped up and down 66 (yell) “go” and most of the parents yelled for victory. When my son kicked the ball several yards towards the goal, he 67_ (sudden) stopped and went back to the star player, helping him get up. When we all got enthusiastic 68_ the game and forgot about the basic values of fairness and fun, my son helped a player of the other team. I _69_(touch) deeply. After the game, I hugged my son proudly. I was so glad that my son knew there was something more important _70__winning. 61_____________ 65______________ 62____________ 66_____________ 63_______________ 67____________ 64_____________ 68_______________
第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） While taking a walk with my pet dog this morning, I found the middle-aged man nearby was shouting on his phone. Obvious, he had a bad day. Before he left, I noticed his keys were on the ground. So I immediately picked up and ran away to find the man. Several minutes later, I found him, whom was still shouting on his phone beside his car. I walked to him and asked if he could hold on a little seconds. At first, he was angry about my interrupt. Then I showed to his keys and explained the whole thing. On heard my words, he immediately hang up his phone and apologized for his rudeness.
Keys: 1-5 BBCBA 6-10 ACBCB 11-15 CACBA 16-20 ABACA 阅读 21—25. CCBAC 26—30. BBDBA 31－35. CDCAB 36—40 BADGE 完形 41—45 ADBCA 46—50 DCBAD 51—55 CDACB 56—60 CBADD 第二节 语法填空 61. because 62. running 63. the 64. fell 65. it 66. yelling 67. suddenly 68. about 69. was touched 70. than 第一节短文改错 While taking a walk with my pet dog this morning, I found the middle-aged man nearby was
a shouting on his phone. Obvious, he had a bad day. Before he left, I noticed his keys were on the Obviously After ground. So I immediately picked∧ up and ran away to find the man. Several minutes later, I them found him, whom was still shouting on his phone beside his car. I walked to him and asked if he who could hold on a little seconds. At first, he was angry about my interrupt. Then I showed to his keys few interruption and explained the whole thing. On heard my words, he immediately hang up his phone and hearing hung apologized for his rudeness.
听力材料 Text1 W: Your wife cooks, cleans and takes care of your children. Is it right? M: Oh, no. Most of the time I do these things. She is a writer. Text 2 W: This is the best card I’ve ever received on this Day. M: Thank you for your love and care over the years. I appreciate it, mum. Text 3 W: Most cleaning ladies are illiterate(目不识丁的，文盲的). M: I actually dislike the lady. She would tell you what to do and where to put things. Text 4 W: Happy birthday! This is for you, Brian. M: I’m so happy. Please come in and enjoy the party. I’m sure you’ll have a good time. Text 5 W: Do you find it difficult to get to sleep, or do you wake up early? M: Both, doctor. I never get to sleep until 2 o’clock and I always wake at 5. Text 6 W: It’s time for bed, Frank. M: But I’m not sleepy, mom. Can I stay up and watch more TV? W: It’s already past 11. You have school tomorrow. You’ll be sleepy all day tomorrow if you don’t sleep well tonight. M: I know. But I promise I won’t be sleepy tomorrow. I work really hard. W: Don’t you have exams coming up soon? I’m sure you could spend more time preparing for those. M: Oh, I nearly forgot the exams
M: Yeah, I guess so. Maybe I could go to sleep now and get up early to review the lessons tomorrow. Text 7 W: Excuse me, could you please take a picture for us? M: Sure. Where would you like to stand? W: Over here with the waterfall in the background, please. M: OK. W: Then just press the black button all the way down. M: Are you ready? Here we go. Cheese! W: It could be the battery(电池). Let me check it. M: Is it the battery? W: Yes, the battery is dead. M: Do you have an extra battery? W: No, I’ve only got one. OK, thank you all the same. M: If you don’t mind, you can use my camera and leave your address with me so I can send you the photos later. W: That’s so kind of you. Thank you very much! M: You’re welcome. Now smile... Text 8 W: You’ve got a beautiful singing voice. M: It’s this high-tech equipment that makes my voice pleasant. Actually I’m tone-deaf（音盲）. W: Come on. You hit the high notes perfectly. M: Well, the echo （回声）and the stereo system helped a lot. And I know that song very well , so I didn’t need to pay attention to the subtitles（小标题，字母）, which helped as well. W: You’re too modest. Pass me the catalogue. I’d like to see which song to choose... Wow, this place had a large selection of songs. I don’t know which to choose. M: Pick the one that you always sing in the shower. W: Funny. Oh, I like this song. It’s by one of my favorite singers. M: Read me the index（索引） number. W: 1021. It’s a duet. Come on. Pick up the mic and sing along. Text 9 W: Have you thought about your ideal home? M: I have actually. I’ve always wanted to build my dream home myself. W: What would it be like? M:Well, it will be spacious（宽敞的; 广阔的; （知识） 广博的） and located next to park, because a nice view is important to me. W: How many rooms would it have? M: I’d want to have three bedrooms on the second floor, with balconies on each and one main bedroom on the main floor with a separate toilet. I’d also want a large living room and kitchen connected to each other. So there would be one large open space for people to spend time with each other. W: How many bathrooms would your dream home have? M: I’d have one guest bathroom in the basement,one attached to the main bedroom and one upstairs, so totally three. W: How many TVs would your dream room have? M: I think TV is a waste of time, so I would only have one small TV in the kitchen to watch the news in the morning.