一、听力部分（略） 二、 语言知识与应用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节：完形填空（共15小题，每小题2分，满分30分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从11～25各题所给的A、B、C和D项中，选 出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 The Secret of Happiness An old man walked slowl
y into a restaurant with his cane（拐杖）. His 11 overcoat and worn-out shoes made him stand out from the usual Saturday morning breakfast crowd. A young waitress named Mary watched him move toward a 12 by the window. Mary ran over to him, and said, “Here, Sir. Let me give you a hand with that 13 .” Without 14 a word, he smiled and nodded a thank-you. She pulled the chair away from the table and helped him get seated 15 . In a soft, clear 16 he said, “Thank you, Miss. And bless you for your 17 .” “You’re welcome, Sir,” she responded. “I’ll be 18 in a moment, and if you need anything in the meantime, just wave at me!” After he had finished a 19 meal, Mary helped him up from his chair, 20 him his cane, and walked with him to the front door. Holding the door open for him, she said, “Come back and see us, Sir!” The old man 21 around and smiled. When Mary went to clean his table, she was 22 to find a business card, a one-hundred-dollar bill and a 23 which read, “Dear Mary, I respect (尊敬) you very much, and you respect yourself too. It shows the way you treat others. You have found the secret of 24 ! Your kind gestures will shine through those who meet you.” Actually the man she had served was the 25 of the restaurant. That was the first time that she or any of his employees had seen him. 11. A. clean B. old C. strange D. funny 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. A. room A. chair A. saying A. sadly A. language A. attention A. ready B. waiter B. dish B. speaking B. quietly B. sound B. kindness B. busy C. table C desk C. reading C. gradually C. attitude C. invitation C. back D. girl D. menu D. telling D. safely D. voice D.cooperation D. fine
19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.
A. cheap A. showed A. turned A. excited A. note A. kindness A. customer
B. expensive B. handed B. walked B. worried B. tip B.unselfishness B. owner
C. terrible C. lent C. looked C.disappointed C. message C. happiness C. partner
D. delicious D. took D. moved D. surprised D. title D.helpfulness D. host
第二节 语法填空(共 15 小题；每小题 l 分，满分 l5 分) 根据照句子结构的语法性，在下面空格处填入—个适当的词语或使用括号中 词语的适当形式填空，并将答案填写在答题卡标号为 26-40 的相应位置。 26. She couldn’t understand his teacher___________(entire). 27. Last month, thousands of houses __________ (destroy) in the storm. 28. John Goodall has devoted all her life _______________ the protection of wildlife. 29. The number of people taking part in the lecture last week _______(be) 320. 30. They were ___________(shock)to see the terrible scene. 31. We are talking about the village and the farmers _________they visited. 32. He is __________ determined person and no one can change him. 33. The prize will go to the writer ________ story shows the most imagination. 34. The little boy found ________ hard to get along with his new classmates when he came to this new school. 35. I’d like to live in a house ______ there is plenty of sunshine. 36. Please throw away the ___________(use)papers. 37. We have been classmates ever_________ we entered high school. 38. It was the third time that he______________ (attend) this kind of lecture. 39.The mother left the room, with her baby _______ (cry) alone. 40. She was especially fond ______ a little girl named Betsy. 三、 阅读理解（本题共 50 分,每小题 2 分） 第一节：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 A、B、C 和 D 项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。
An eight-year-old girl heard her parents talking about her little brother. All she knew was that he was very sick and they had no money. Only a very expensive operation could save him now and there was no one to lend them the money. When she heard her daddy say to her tearful mother, “Only a miracle can save him now,” the little girl went to her bedroom and pulled her money from its hiding place and counted it carefully. She hurried to a drugstore (药店) with the money in her hand.
“And what do you want?” asked the salesman. “It’s for my little brother,” the girl answered. “He’s really, really sick and I want to buy a miracle.” “Pardon?” said the salesman. “My brother Andrew has something bad growing inside his head and my daddy says only a miracle can save him. So how much does a miracle cost?” “We don’t sell a miracle here, child. I’m sorry,” the salesman said with a smile. “Listen, if it isn’t enough, I can try and get some more. Just tell me how much it costs.” said the girl. A well-dressed man heard it and asked, “What kind of a miracle does your brother need?” “I don’t know,” she answered with her eyes full of tears. “He’s really sick and mum says he needs an operation. But my daddy can’t pay for it, so I have brought all my money.” “How much do you have?” asked the man. “$ 1.11, but I can try and get some more,” she answered. “Well, what luck,” smiled the man. “$ 1.11, the price of a miracle for little brother.” He took up the girl’s hand and said, “Take me to where you live. I want to see your brother and meet your parents. Let’s see if I have the kind of miracle you need.” That well-dressed man was Dr Carlton Armstrong, a famous doctor. The operation was successful and it wasn’t long before Andrew was home again. How much did the miracle cost? 41. What was the trouble in the little girl’s family? A. Miracle was hard to get in the drugstore. B. They were poor and no one can lend them money. C. Nothing could save her brother. D. Her brother was badly ill and her family couldn’t afford the operation. 42. In the eye of the little girl, a miracle might be _______. A. something interesting B. something beautiful. C. some useful medicine D. some good food 43. The little girl said again and again “I can try and get some more.” That shows _______. A. she had still kept some money B. she hoped not to be refused C. There was no need to worry about money D. she thought money was easy to get 44. What made the miracle happen? A. The girl’s love for her brother. B. The girl’s money. C. The medicine from the drugstore. D. Nobody can tell. 45. From the passage we can infer that _______. A. The salesman didn’t sell miracle to the girl B. A miracle is sure to happen if you keep on C. The little girl is lovely but not so clever D. Andrew was in fact not so sick as they had thought
B When talking about colds, maybe some people say it is very common. During the cold winter days, many people will complain the cold winter makes them catch a cold, and what they feel upset are not only the headache, cough but also the runny nose. It is so embarrassing when they forget to take a handkerchief or tissue along with them. Want to stay away from colds? Put on a happy face. Compared to unhappy people, those who are cheerful and relaxed are less likely to suffer from colds, according to a new study. It’s possible that being happy helps the body fight illnesses, say the researchers from New York University. “It seems that positive(积极的) feelings may reduce (减少)the danger of illness,” said the study’s chief researcher Sheldon Cohen. In an earlier study, Cohen found that people who were cheerful and lively caught coughs and colds less often. People who showed feelings were also less likely to tell their doctors that they felt ill. In this study, Cohen has interviewed 193 adults every day for two weeks. During the interviews, the people told researchers that they were given colds by doctors and had to stay alone in a room for six days. The results showed that everyone in the study was equally(相等地) likely to get ill. But for people who said they felt happy during the research period, their illness are less serious and lasted for a shorter time. Cohen believes that when people experience positive feelings, their body may produce a chemical that helps fight illness and disease. So if you are worried about your health, look on the brighter side more often. 46. The underline part in Paragraph 5 is probably means ___________. A. sad B. bad-tempered C. thoughtful D. outgoing 47. What did the study find? A. People who felt happy never got ill. B. People’s feelings didn’t influence their health. C. People with good feelings became ill more easily. D. People with positive feelings had less serious illnesses. 48. According to Cohen, which of the following may help fight illness? A. Eating. B. Laughing C . Crying D. Sleeping. 49. This passage is a/an_______. A. advertisement B. story C. newspaper report D. scientist’s diary 50. What is the best title for this passage? ________ A. Smiles can fight colds B. Cause of colds found C. The danger of colds D. How people get sick C “I love you Bob.” “I love you too, Nancy.” It was 2 a.m., and I was hearing my parents’ voices through the thin wall separating my bedroom from theirs. Their loving words were sweet, touching —and surprising. My parents married on September 14, 1940, after a brief dating. She was nearly 30 and knew it was time to
start a family. The handsome well-educated man who came by the office where she worked looked like a good bet. He was attracted by her figure, her blue eyes. The romance didn’t last long. Seeds of difference grew almost immediately. She liked to travel; he hated the thought. He loved golf; she did not. He was a Republican, she a loyal Democrat. They fought at the bridge table, at the dinner table, over money, over the shortcomings of their parents. There was a hope that they would change once they retired (退休), and the angry winds did calm somewhat, but what remained changed itself into bright, hard bitterness. “I always thought we’d …” my mother would begin, before making a detailed list of my father’s faults. The complaints were recited so often, I can repeat them by heart today. As he listened, my father would say something angrily in a low voice. It wasn’t the happiest marriage, but as their 60th anniversary (纪念日) came nearer, my sister and I decided to throw a party. Sixty years was a long time, after all. Why not try to make the best of things? We’d provide the cakes, the balloons, the toasts, and they’d follow one rule: no fighting. The agreement was honored. We had a wonderful day. When we thought back, we found it was an important celebration, because soon after, things began to change for my parents. 51. Bob married Nancy because of ______. A. her nice appearance B. her good education C. her romantic nature D. her position as an office girl 52. When the writer told the story, the mother was probably ______ years old. A. 60 B. 70 C. 80 D. 90 53. What do we know about the writer’s parents? A. Their marriage is a total failure. B. They had different hobbies. C. They had serious money problem. D. They stopped quarrelling after they had children. 54. The purpose for the writer to hold the party is ______. A. to recall the 60 years’ marriage life of her parents B. to stop the long fighting between her parents C. just to celebrate her parents’ 60th anniversary D. to have a good time for family’s reunion 55. Suppose this passage is taken from the Reader’s Digest, which column do you think it is taken from? A. Everyday Heroes B. My Planet C. Turning Point D. Unforgettable
How to improve my life? Many people think that they have to accept whatever life throws at them. They'll say, "This is my fate, my destiny. I cannot change it." Of course not! You don't have to suffer needlessly. Your destiny depends on you, not on any other outer factors. I know someone who says she just accepts what life gives her because she has done everything she can to improve it. Guess what her lifestyle is? She wakes up in the morning, goes to work, comes back home, relaxes, chats with people, watches TV, then goes to sleep. Next day, the same things cycle follows. Huh! Is this what she calls "doing her best"? She believes she has tried her best and just accepts it in her heart that this is the life that God has intended for her to live; that her luck can only change if God wills it. Of course God wants us to be happy and live
our life to the fullest, but we have to do our share of exerting (运用) the effort to live the life of our dreams. Remember that you reap what you sow. You just don't sit around and wait for a million dollars to fall from the sky. You have to get off the couch, get your eyes off the TV screen, get your hands off the phone. Don't expect your luck to change unless you do something about it. If something goes wrong, don't just regard it as a temporary(临时 的) setback; but use it as feedback. Learn your lesson, make the most of the situation, and do something to solve the problem. It's not enough to think positively（积极地）; you also have to act positively. If someone's life is in the trouble, do you just hope and pray that things will turn out fine? Of course not! You get to do anything you can to save the person. So it is with your own life. It is not enough to hope for the best, but you have to do your best. In other words, don't just stand (or sit ) there, do something to improve your life. 56. According to the woman mentioned in Para.3, her life _______. A. doesn't need improving B. couldn't be improved C. will be better some day D. Will be worse in the future 57. What does the author think of the woman's life? A. positive B. satisfying C. colorful D. passive 58. Which of the following statements is the author's opinion? A. Your temporary problem is not discouraging. B. Your luck can be changed by your hard work. C. You can only achieve success when God wills it. D. You should treat yourself in the way you treat friends. 59. In Para.5, the author emphasized the importance of _______. A. positive action B. positive thinking C. hope for the best D. intention to succeed 60. The text is mainly written to advise you to _______. A. understand yourself B. improve your life C. believe in yourself D. change your normal way 第二节 信息匹配（共 5 小题，每小题 2 分） 阅读以下材料，获取必要的信息，然后匹配有关信息，并在答题卡上将 对应的答案标号涂黑。 请阅读以下一些酒店的介绍： A. Alex Centre Hotel is 300 meters away from the centre square. It has many modern and large rooms. It also has a business centre, meeting rooms, a car park and several restaurants. B. Youth Hotel provides more than a hundred rooms. The rooms are not big but clean. No noise can be heard from the streets. There is an outdoor barbecue(烧烤) that
everyone loves. C. Holiday Village is built in a beautiful valley. You can have your own house with a small garden. The restaurant in it has delicious food and all kinds of wine, ready for you in the evening, but it may cost much. D. Fishermen’s Home is built by the sea. You don’t need to spend much staying here. Walking along the beach, you can see many fish. You can go fishing on the boat, too. Of course, you can enjoy seafood with your friends in the restaurant. E. Holiday Inn is great for its value. It is lying at the foot of the mountain. It provides basic conditions, but the rooms are clean and big enough for a dance. It has a nice swimming pool. F. Karin’s Hotel is on an island. It is famous for its wonderful natural views(风 景), nice rooms and its service. Staying here can make your trip a pleasant one. 请阅读以下个人信息，并将他们的需求和以上的酒店匹配。 61. Mr. & Mrs. Smith live in a noisy street. They are going to the beach for a weekend. They dream of eating seafood by the sea and spending a quiet night. They also hope the hotel rooms are not so expensive. 62. Jack is a businessman. He is looking for a modern hotel with good service in the centre of the city. 63. The Lees are having a three-day holiday. They aren’t rich and they enjoy a simple life. The family all like swimming. 64. Jim and Susan plan a trip after their wedding(婚礼). They want to choose a hotel with natural environment, comfortable rooms and good service. 65. A group of college students are having their holiday. They want a quiet place where they can have their BBQ. They don’t care about the room size. Ⅳ 写作（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节 句子考查（共 8 小题，66-69 每小题 2 分，70-73 每小题 3 分，满分 20 分） 66.He has already_______ ______ _______ _______(下定决心)study English hard. 67. At present, a great number of people _____ _____walk to the office ______ ______drive .(宁愿…..而不愿) 68. My mother bought a lot of vegetables so that she could make some soup. (改写) My mother bought a lot of vegetables ______ ______ ______ ______ some soup. 69. He _____ ________ (将出发) for London in two hours. 70.My teacher said to us,“Light travels much faster than sound.”(改为间接引语) ______________________________________________________________ 71.My English teacher plays an important role in my study.(就划线部分强调) _______________________________________________________________. 72.I dislike the students. They often sleep in class . (合并为定语从句) ______________________________________________________________. 73. 坐我旁边的那个人是个艺术家。 （用定语从句翻译）
_______________________________________________________________. 第二节：书面表达（满分 25 分） [写作内容] 请以 Friendship 为题，写一篇介绍友谊的短文。要求内容包括以下几个要点： 1．人和人，人和动物都能产生友谊； 2．朋友能提供精神上和物质上的帮助； 3．朋友有好坏之分，友谊也有真假之别。 要求：字数：100 个词左右 参考词汇 精神的 spiritual ; 物质的 physical; 真朋友 true friend; 假朋友 false friend
完形填空（每小题 2 分，共 30 分） 11-15 BCAAD 16-20 DBCDB
语法填空（每小题 1 分，共 15 分） 26.entirely 27. were destroyed 28.to 29.was 31.that 32.a 33.whose 34.it 35.where 37.since 38. had attended 39.crying 40.of 三、 阅读理解（每小题 2 分，共 50 分） 41-45 DCBAB 46-50 D D B C A 51-55 ADBBC
匹配 61-65. DAEFB 完成句子： （66-69 每小题 2 分，70-73 每小题 3 分，共 20 分） 66.made up his mind 67.prefer to ,rather than 68. in order to make 69.is leaving \will leave 70. My teacher told us (that)light travels much faster than sound. 71.It is My English teacher that\who plays an important role in my study. 72. I dislike the students who\that often sleep in class. 73. The person who was sitting beside me was an artist. 或 The person who is sitting beside me is an artist. 基础写作： （25 分） Friendship Friendship is a very important part in people’s life. There are many different kinds of friendship. Not only humans can provide friendship for each other, but also animals sometimes show their friendship to their masters. If somebody owns a valuable friendship, he or she will receive at least two types of goodness in spiritual and physical sides. For example, when you feel down, maybe your friend—music can make you out of the despair. When you are lack of money occasionally, your friends like parents or brothers or sisters can lend you a hand. But it is true that friendship can be divided into the true one and the false one just as there are good friends and bad friends.