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听力 (共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节 听下面 5 段对话,每段对话仅读一遍。 B.Go back home as soon as possible. 1.What does the man want to do? A.Take a picture of the woman. C.Ask someone to help take a picture. 2.What kind of information does the man suggest the woman find? A.Information on bus routes C.Information on latest books. 3.Why does the woman want to move? A.Because she has found a better apartment. B.Because she wants to move to live with the man. C.Because she cannot stand living in the apartment. 4.How much does the small notebook cost today? A.300 dollars. B.350 dollars. C.500 dollars. B.Go skating with the woman. 5.What does the man want to do? A.Invite the woman to lunch. C.Take a walk in the park alone. 第二节 听第 6 段材料, 回答第 6、7 题 6.How did the man get to the Great Wall? A.He went there by subway. C.He went there by bus. 7.What does the man offer to do? A.Accompany the woman to the Great Wall B.Find another route for the woman. C.Find a group tour for the woman. 听第 7 段材料, 回答第 8 至 10 题 8.Why does the woman call? A.To ask for a day off work. C.To explain how she caught flu. 9.What did the woman do yesterday? A.She rested at home. A.She is often late for work. C.She doesn?t like helping others. 听第 8 段材料, 回答第 11 至 13 题 11.What does the man think of Anna? A.Pretty but silly. A.Upset. B.Pretty and smart. B.Excited. C.Smart but not good looking. C.Comfortable. 12.How does the woman feel to be around Anna? 13.What does the man think the woman should do? A.Find Anna?s advantages. B.Find her own advantages. C.Make some more friends. 听第 9 段材料, 回答第 14 至 17 题 14.What did the man do just now? A.He read a story. B.He looked after a baby. C.He searched for information. 15.Why does the man want to know how to feed babies? A.Because his mother is pregnant. B.Because he?s going to be new father. C.Because his mother has given birth to a baby. 16.Generally, how old should a baby start to eat other foods besides breast milk? A.Three months old. 第页 B.Seven months old. C.Nine months old. 1 B.She went to a doctor. C.She went to a drug store. 10.What do we know about Tina? B.She?s the woman?s best friend. B.To explain why she?ll be late. B.He joined a group tour. B.Information on bookstores..

17.What will the man do next? A.Tell the woman how to feed babies. B.Finish reading the article with the woman. C.Find more articles on baby feeding for the woman. 听第 10 段材料, 回答第 18 至 20 题 18.What is Vitamin A good for? A.It is good for our bones. C.It is good for our nervous system. 19.Where can we get Vitamin B1 according to the speaker? A.From whole grains. B.From fish liver oil and eggs. C.From the yellow part of eggs. 20.What helps our body produce red blood cells? A.Vitamin B1. B.Vitamin B12. C.Vitamin A. 第二部分 英语知识运用 (共 45 分) 第一节 单项选择 (15 分) 21.As a student in _____Foreign Language College, I have to learn______second foreign language. A.the;a A.belief A.benefit A.energetic A.awarded A.gain A.dressed up B.the ;the B.custom B.income B.confident B.admired B.gather B.turned up C.the ;/ C.strength C.discount C.generous C.reminded C.balance C.brought up D.a ;the D.principle D.bargain D.reliable D.consulted D.digest D.broke up 22.In China, it is a traditional ________to show respect to ancestors during the Qingming Festival. 23.I bought this shirt at a(n)_________of 20%, so I saved ten dollars. 24.My deskmate exercises regularly every day, so he is always________and studies efficiently. 25.I_________a lawyer about the agreement this morning, and he gave me some advice. 26.If you can___________the time of study and rest, you are sure to enjoy every day better. 27.At the business meeting last week, Miss Carlson _______several matters of great importance. 28.--- I have just watched the match. --- Judging from your expression, you_______have brought us good news. A.should B.need C.would B.have been discussing D.had discussed B.lived B.even though B.once B.where B.have C.live C.that C.now that C.when C.is D.to live D.whether D.so that D.that D.are D.must 29.Many people__________the topic on the Internet for some times, but there is still no clear agreement. A.will have discussed C.were discussing A.living A.as though A.unless A.why A.has B.It is good for our skin and eyes.

30.It is high time that we took strong measures to prevent water pollution __________a healthy life. 31.When I looked at the old albums, I felt________I had gone back to my childhood. 32.Many parents spend nearly all of their money _______their children can have a good education. 33.The Spring Festival is a festival_________people visit others, expressing wishes to each other. 34.Neither I nor my brother________used to playing out with other local children at weekends. 35.—If Mr Li__________here, everything would be all right. --But he is away in Beijing now. A.were 第二节 完形填空(20) B.is C.has been D.had been



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第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) When Carrie Conley?s husband left in the early 1960s, she started raising six children on her own. She took a job at a hospital, delivering meals to patients as what was called “a tray girl” . Jerry Johnson, the youngest child in the family, was 5 years old when his dad left. Speaking with his mother recently, Johnson heard his mother repeat the question she asked at that time. “Lord, what am I going to do with all these kids by myself?” The answers came in the form of lima beans, black-eyed peas and low prices on chicken necks. “Something to boil for every day of the week,” Conley said. “I cannot remember one Christmas that I didn?t feel like the luckiest kid in the world,” Johnson said, “even though now I realize we has hardly anything in terms of money.” “How did you hold all that together?” he asked his mother. Conley said she would save up her sick days at work, going in no matter how she felt. Then in December, the company would pay her for the unused sick days. More help came in castoffs(废弃物),when wealthy families would clean out their toy chests at Christmastime and take a load of toys to the Salvation Army. Conley would pick through them, finding the best ones for her children. The result of those sacrifices led to a big, happy Christmas for Conley and her kids. “But I never did tell you it was a Santa Claus,” Conley said, “I couldn?t give any man credit for what I had done.” Johnson thanked his mom for her sacrifices, and for the good example she set for him and his siblings. “I think it?s helping us all be better parents,” Johnson said.

56. How did Johnson feel about Christmas when he was a kid? A. Awful B. Disappointed C. Pleased 57. How did Conley struggle to send the children Christmas gifts? A. By begging rich families to help 第页


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B. By picking up gifts of low prices C. By visiting the Salvation Army D. By helping clean out toy chests 58. The underlined part in Paragraph 6 shows that Conley_______? A. didn?t believe in God then B. was proud of what she did C. was complaining about her bad luck D. wasn?t willing to ask others for help 59. From the passage we can know that _____. A. Conley had great influence on her kids B. Conley was an optimistic but stubborn woman C. Johnson landed a job in Conley?s company finally D. Johnson sensed his mother?s despair when he was young B Florida deputy Gene Smith thought the calls about a kangaroo wandering on the street were part of a prank. But WTSP reports that the story was true: A five-foot-tall, 200-pound kangaroo was hopping around Pasco County on Sunday. Then the call came that it was now on US 301. Gene Smith, who noted that the calls were the strangest he?d received during 17 years on the force, said, “Sure enough, there was a kangaroo in the middle of the road. It was a pretty big and extremely strong animal. It wasn?t until I grabbed those legs that I realized just how strong they were. It doesn?t look like that on TV. In fact, the kangaroo was so strong that police couldn?t catch it. Along with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Pasco County Sheriff?s Office Agricultural Unit, they tried a number of approaches to wrangle in the animal without seriously injuring it. But not even tranquilizers(镇定剂) could slow down the creature. Eventually, local resident Kevin Wehling, who WTSP said “had heard rumors about the kangaroo and wanted to see it for himself,” captured the animal. Kangaroos typically do not attack humans unless they are angered. However, an Australian politician was recently knocked down and scratched facing a kangaroo while out for a morning jog. They can become more aggressive when they find themselves in a strange environment with a team of police officers hunting them down. Police still have no idea who owns the kangaroo and have now placed it in the care of a vet. Technically, you can own a kangaroo in the Sunshine State if you have the right permits. In theory, wildlife officials should be able to narrow the field and pinpoint where the stray kangaroo came from. 60. What does the underlined word “prank” in Paragraph 1 mean? A. Task B. Plan C. Trick D. Show 61. According to what Gene Smith said in Paragraph2, we infer that____. A. he was skilled at grabbing kangaroo B. he had seen many kangaroos in the wild before C. he had always worried that kangaroos would attack people D. he didn?t expect capturing the kangaroo would be that hard 62. What can we infer from Paragraph4? A. Kangaroos are the gentlest animals in the world B. Kangaroos can be dangerous in certain circumstances C. Kangaroos usually beg for food when they are hungry D. Kangaroos can adapt to a strange environment quickly 63. Wildlife officials should be able to pinpoint where the stray kangaroo came from because _____. A. the kangaroo can lead them to its owner B. they can refer to the kangaroo?s footsteps C. cameras have recorded the kangaroo?s track D. they can refer to records of people keeping kangaroos C A Scottish woman has given birth to twins for the third time. Karen Rodger, 41, welcomed her first pair of girls rowan and Isla after having twice given birth to twin boys. “I still haven?t really taken it on board because I was convinced I was having two boys,” Rodger told Sky News. Karen said her husband Colin was equally stunned when the couple learned they were going to have their fifth and sixth child. “He thought I was joking and immediately wrote back to say 'this is not funny'. I had to explain that it really was true,” Karen said. The average couple has about a 3 percent chance of having twins when not accounting for fertility(多产)drugs. And with each following 第页 4

pregnancy, the changes of producing twins a second, or even third time, become less. Karen, a dance lecturer, first learned of the incredibly rare occurrence during a visit to her doctor and immediately texted her husband to share the news. “I just could not believe it. It never crossed my mind that it would be twins again. I just thought that wouldn?t happen to people like me, but I?m absolutely delighted,” she said.

64. According to Paragraph2, when the husband heard the news, he was____. A. upset B. worried C. relieved D. shocked 65. What can we infer form Paragraph3? A. The average couple would turn to fertility drugs. B. The average couple gives birth to twins for a reason. C. The average couple?s chance of having the new twins is rare. D. The average couple gives birth to twins because they are different. 66. From Karen ?s reaction to the news given by her doctor, we infer that____. A. she didn?t know she was pregnant again B. she was happy to have twins again C. she didn?t think she was different from others D. she didn?t know how to tell her husband the news 67. After reading the passage, we know that Karen ____. A. gave birth to the twin girls in her forties B. now has three boys and three girls in total C. was talked into having more kids by her husband D. hoped she could have more girls soon D Do you want to go out of town for a bit of rest and relaxation? Before you start packing, visit these best travel sites for vacationers. In my opinion, they help people deal with common problems that pop up during a trip. Oyster.com Based on the advertised photos, the hotel you are considering appears to be clean and modern. Take a second look through the eyes of Oyster.com. Their representatives inspect resort areas and post the real images uncovering marketing lies. You see ACTUAL pictures of the rooms, attractions and beautiful beaches. Skyscanner.net Are you planning to travel on a budget? Discover the best deals for flights, hotels and car rentals at Skyscanner.net. They offer reasonable and comprehensive travel comparison. The best part is that their services are free. You don?t have to sign up, provide personal information or go through a social network. Virtualtourist.com Chat with someone other than a travel agent about a location. At Virtualtourist.com, fellow travelers and locals talk about their experiences in specific areas. This site is set up like a forum(论坛), so you can ask questions and get answers in the comfort of your own home. Find out where to eat, play and get pleasure in a place without getting food poison or robbed by criminals. Travel.state.gov Unfortunately, Americans get into trouble abroad sometimes. Prepare for possible emergencies by visiting Travel.state.gov. There, the Bureau of Consular Affairs offers advice on how to handle the bad things that happen to good people in other countries. You learn what to do in the case of child abduction(绑架), a lost passport and illness. In addition, these officials post travel warnings regarding dangerous regions and why foreigners should avoid them. Are you ready to do your homework? Prepare for your departure by checking out these best travel sites for vacationers. Learn what you need to know now before walking out of the door. 68. What is the characteristic of Oyster.com? A. It offers you a lot of travel information. B. It tells tourists where the cheap hotels are. C. The photos on the site are really reliable. D. The representatives of Oyster.com are enthusiastic. 第页 5

69. What is the biggest benefit of your visiting Skyscanner.net? A. You can accept their services for free. B. You can book the most modern hotels. C. You can make many friends through the social network. D. You can find the cheapest tour description and direction. 70. We can learn from this passage that _____. A. Virtualtourist.com gives you a chance to chat with a travel agent B. you?ll get answers to your travel questions at Virtualtourist.com C. the Bureau of Consular Affairs is in charge of Travel.state.gov D. if you lose your passport you?ll get help from Virtualtourist.com 第四部分(共五小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) Punishment is a term used to refer to any change that occurs after a behavior that reduces the likelihood that the behavior will occur again in the future. Punishment is focused on reducing or getting rid of unwanted behaviors. Punishment can be effective in some cases. example. After being sent to jail for a crime, people often continue committing crimes once they are away from prison. Why is it that punishment seems to work in some instances, but not in others?Researchers have found a number of factors that contribute to how effective punishment is. First, punishment is more likely to lead to a reduction in behavior if it immediately follows the behavior. explain why sending people to jail does not always lead to a reduction in criminal behaviors. Another factor is that punishment achieves greater results when it is consistently applied. 74 73 For example, people often continue to drive over the speed limit even after receiving a speeding ticket. Why? Because the behavior is inconsistently punished. One of them is that any behavior changes that result from punishment are often temporary(暂时的). Perhaps the greatest one is the fact that punishment makes people not perform certain actions, but it does not actually offer any information about more appropriate or desired behaviors. Another thing to consider about punishment is that it can have unintended and undesirable consequences. For example, approximately 75 percent of parents in the United States report hitting their children. A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Punishment also has some notable disadvantages. Parents and teachers consider punishment an effective tool. Prison sentences often occur long after the crime has been committed. There are two types of punishment, positive punishment and negative punishment. In fact, it can be difficult to administer a punishment every single time a behavior occurs. However, you can probably think of situations where punishment does not reduce a behavior. Researchers have found that this type of physical punishment can lead to antisocial behaviors among children. 75 For this reason, psychologists suggest that any short-term gains from using punishment should be weighed because it may produce potential long-term consequences. 72 It may help 71 Prison is one



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