第一部分听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 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。 1. When did the flood happen? A. Aro
und 2:00 am. B. About 12:00. 2. What does the man think of WeChat? A. Convenient. B. Exciting. 3. What does the man ask for? A. A team. B. A player. C. An agent. C. Advanced. C. About 2:00 pm.
4. What does the man mean? A. Grandpa is on the tour. B. Grandpa needs more sleep.C. Grandpa is dead. 5. What do the two speakers need? A. Some repairs. B. A new house. C. Lucky stars.
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问题，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、7 题。 6. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a palace. B. In a restaurant. 7. What can we know about the man? A. He is a middle-school boy. 1.6 metres. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. What does the woman want the space to work as? A. Stores. B. Offices. C. Hotels. B. He is over 18 years old. C. He is with the height of C. In a hall.
9. What will the woman try to do? A. Change the city’s urban planners’ minds. C. Make attractive commercials. B. Replace the space usage.
听第 8 段材料，回答 10 至 12 题。 10. Which sport is mentioned that is related to Monica Guo? A. Jumping. B. Football. C. Rock climbing.
11. Where did Monica learning surfing? A. In Australia. B. In Hong Kong. C. In Guilin.
12. Why does she stay and live in Hainan now? A. She works there. B. She enjoys surfing there. C. She is trained there.
听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What has the man done? A. Finished his paper. B. Copied others’ papers. C. Started the paper.
14. What did the woman think would happen if one got caught cheating? A. Be kicked out of the school. B. Rewrite the homework. C. Fail the class.
15. What example of cheating did the man mention? A. Paying for writing the papers. papers as new ones. 16. What is the woman’s opinion about cheating? A. Why not do it? B. Would rather die than do it. C. Would like to have a try. B. Copying the classmates’ papers. C. Using the old
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What’s Doctor Who? A. An American science television series. B. A British science television series. C. A British science fiction television series. 18. What can we know about the Doctor Who stamps? A. They are for its 50th anniversary. B. There are 12 stamps in total. C. They show the people who have written the series. 19. Who is Matt Smith? A. He played Doctor Who from 2012. B. He is the youngest actor to play the Doctor. C. He wrote stories to celebrate Doctor Who’s 50 th anniversary.
20. Which is true about Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary Special? A. It’s not a 3-D show C. The script remains a secret. B. It will be broadcast after November.
第二部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，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 卡上将该项涂黑。 A With eight bloodshot eyes fixed on a flying object, the pains of a two-year project were about to bear fruit. It was Wang Hongyi’s first test flight of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) (无人机) designed and assembled (组装) with his teammates from the Aero-Sport Club (航模队)at Shanghai Jiaotong University. Wang is a senior mechanical engineering and automation major. He has been a plane model fan since childhood. As a freshman, he spent two nights building a model aircraft and took it to the sports field just for fun. Wu Junqi, the coach of Shanghai Jiaotong University’s Aero-Sport Club, spotted Wang and told him his model was outdated. “I was a little angry, so he took me to the lab,” says Wang. He was immediately drawn to the modern equipment and decided to join the club. As a technology fan, Wang spends most of his spare time in the lab. “He loves what he’s doing, so he can stand the loneliness of doing research that others seldom have the persistence to carry out,” says coach Wu. When Wang and his teammates were building UAV, they lived together in the lab. “We tried to spend as much time together as possible because there were thousands of problems that needed to be solved,” Wang says. They didn’t even have time to celebrate when the first test flight of the UAV went well. “We needed to list the problems that occurred during the flight and analyze them to find solutions,” he says. “Our UAV isn’t finished yet, but there are many design projects and people with similar interests waiting for me,” Wang says. “The UAV is just the beginning, not the end of my aircraft journey.” 21. Which of the following words can best describe Wang Hongyi? A. Diligent and creative. B. Proud and quarrelsome. C. Outstanding and rude. D. Kind and talented. 22. What does the writer want to do by writing the passage? A. Encourage students to learn from Wang Hongyi. B. Tell readers about UAV development in China. C. Inform readers about Wang Hongyi and his UAV. D. Call on readers to do what interests them. 23. What message does Wang Hongyi’s story convey to us? A. Nothing is difficult if you put your heart into it. B. Two heads are better than one. C. Interest is the best teacher.
D. Actions speak louder than words. B More than half of rich Americans have not shown their full wealth to their children，a new survey showed last Tuesday. The survey，published by the Bank of America, studied the rich with $3 million or more in assets.It found that “surprisingly few of those surveyed have well－developed plans to preserve and pass on their assets to their children”． The majority of the 457 people surveyed are selfmade，first－generation rich.Fifty－two percent of parents have chosen not to tell their children just how wealthy they are，and 15 percent have given away nothing about the family wealth.One in three parents said they had never thought to do it. They are worried that their children would become lazy，spend money freely，make bad decisions and even become a target for gold diggers. Only 34 percent strongly agreed that their children would be able to handle any inheritance(遗 产)they plan to leave them. “There is an expectation about the wealthy parents that they have a responsibility to pass down their fortune to the next generation，”said Sallie Krawcheck，president of the Global Wealth and Investment Management of the Bank of America.“Our research， however， uncovered changing views of what one generation owes the next.” The trend is led by the world's richest man Bill Gates， who promised in 2008 that he would leave his $58 billion fortune to the charity started by him and his wife，the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation(基金会)，and not to his children. “We want to give it back to society in the way that it will have the most positive impact，”he said. Of his plans for his children，Gates said：“I will give the kids some money but not a meaningful percentage...they will need to work but they will feel reasonably taken care of.” 24．We can learn from the passage that ________. A．rich parents may not know how to manage their inheritance B．rich parents don't equal rich kids，at least in the US C．American children don't get to inherit their parents' wealth D．poor children don't expect themselves to be as rich as their parents 25．According to the survey，most rich Americans ________. A．think they owe their children nothing B．think it best to give their money back to society C．doubt their children's ability to handle wealth D. are confident of their children's ability to handle wealth 26．From the last paragraph，we can see that Bill Gates wants to show ________. A．the trend of leaving no inheritance to children B．the positive impact of charity on society C．the way of giving back to society D．the importance of independence for children C Vacation is a time for refreshment. In work, we are often called to think. Sometimes, it’s good to give our brains a rest. Without a break, we may not be able to perform up to our potential. This can be a problem, not only for the employee, but for the employer as well.
“The main benefit of vacation is for the worker to come back energized,” says Weaver. “If they haven’t had a break, then they’re not coming back with new energy. They haven’t had a chance to step back and get perspective（远景）, and come back with renewed enthusiasm.” Long working hours without a break, insecurity （不安） about one’s job, and other work-related worries can lead to burnout and stress. Humans can usually adapt to pressure, but not for a limitless amount of time. “It is a problem of relating good workers and having them loyal to the firm while they’re there,” says David Maume, PhD, professor of sociology at the University of Cincinnati. He says burnout can also affect employees’ productivity, creativity, and effectiveness. In addition, high levels of stress are likely to be precursors (前兆) to depression, which can hit both the employer and employee’s pocketbook. Even people who manager to remain productive at work can have problems. If they’re always at work, then they’re not with their family and friends. If they’re working while on vacation, for the time that they’re on the job, they’re not really present. An unbalanced emphasis on work can strain family and social life. When you come up for air, you may see that you’re alone, or that your relationships have gone on without you. 27. What’s the main benefit of a vacation? A. The manager can be more creative. B. The worker can step back and get more excited C. The worker can come back with new energy. D. The worker can adapt to pressure much better. 28. The underlined word “there” in the fourth paragraph probably refers to ________. A. the vacation C. the university A. absent-minded B. energetic B. the home D. the company C. skillful D. active
29. When a worker is always at work, he is likely to get more and more__________ . 30. Which of the following is the best title of the text? A. How to spend the vacation effectively. B. Why the workers need a vacation. C. How to deal with the daily pressure. D. Why the workers need new energy.
Alex Pang's amusing new book The Distraction Addiction addresses those of us who feel panic without a cellphone or computer. And that, he claims, is pretty much all of us. When we're not online, where we spend four months annually, we're engaged in the stressful work of trying to get online. The Distraction Addiction is not framed as a self-help book. It's a thoughtful examination of the danger of our computing overdose and a historical overview of how technological advances change consciousness. A "professional futurist", Pang urges an approach which he calls "contemplative (沉 思的) computing." He asks that you pay full attention to "how your mind and body interact with computers and how your attention and creativity are influenced by technology." Pang's first job is to free you from common misconception that doing two things at once allows you to get more done. What is commonly called multitasking is, in fact, switch-tasking, and its harmful
effects on productivity are well documented. Pang doesn't advocate returning to a preinternet world. Instead, he asks you to "take a more ecological (生态的) view of your relationships with technologies and look for ways devices or media may be making specific tasks easier or faster but at the same time making your work and life harder." The Distraction Addiction is particularly fascinating on how technologies have changed certain field of labor—often for the worse. For architects, computer-aided design has become essential but in some ways has cheapened the design process. As one architect puts it, "Architecture is first and foremost about thinking... and drawing is a more productive way of thinking" than computer-aided design. Somewhat less amusing are Pang's solutions for kicking the Internet habit. He recommends the usual behavior-modification approaches, familiar to anyone who has completed a quit-smoking program. Keep logs to study your online profile and decide what you can knock out, download a program like Freedom that locks you out of your browser, or take a "digital Sabbath (安息日)" ; "Unless you're a reporter or emergency-department doctor, you'll discover that your world doesn't fall apart when you go offline." 31. Alex Pang's new book is aimed for readers who ________. A. find their work online too stressful B.go online mainly for entertainment C. are fearful about using the cellphone or computer D. can hardly tear themselves away from the Internet 32.What does Alex Pang try to do in his new book? A.Offer advice on how to use the Internet effectively. B. Warn people of the possible dangers of Internet use. C. Predict the trend of future technological development. D. Examine the influence of technology on the human mind. 33.What is the common view on multitasking? A. It enables people to work more efficiently. B. It is in a way quite similar to switch-tasking. C. It makes people's work and life even harder. D. It distracts people's attention from useful work. 34.What does the author think of computer-aided design? A. It considerably cuts down the cost of building design. B. It somewhat restrains architects' productive thinking. C. It is indispensable in architects' work process. D. It can free architects from laborious drawing. 35. What is Ales Pang's recommendation for Internet users? A.They use the Internet as little as possible. B. They keep a record of their computer use time. C. They exercise self-control over their time online. D. They entertain themselves online on off-days only. 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。 The revision period is, arguably, the most difficult part of any exam process. The exam itself – usually between one and three hours. 36 However, the knowledge that it is the
culmination of the entire process should provide some comfort. A well-structured revision plan can help you revise well. Below are my top tips for creating a well-structured and comprehensive revision plan, which will provide the best chance of success in the summer. 1. 37 It ought to go without saying that planning your revision timetable must be done before anything else, to ensure there is enough time for comprehensive coverage of all subjects. With most exams starting at the end of June, the revision plan should be in place by the end of March at least. 2. Continual assessment 38 In order to chart ( 跟 踪 记 录 ) your development effectively, we recommend that our students attempt practice papers in each subject, marked according to the relevant mark scheme and curriculum. 3. Order your subjects strategically 39 Ordering your subjects in an effective manner can help to do this. For example, scheduling English revision to appear early in your revision plan may provide useful when revising essay-based subjects such as History, Religious Studies and Politics later on. 4. Each subject is different Depending on your learning style, you may find one easier than the other. More unusual exam types, such as performance exams, require their own unique attention. 40 A. Besides, your time allocation (分配) may be dependent on your own aptitude in that subject. B. Make a detailed timetable C. Pressure and nerves can undoubtedly make it an uncomfortable experience. D. Revision is a process of improvement. E. Plan early F. Starting with a subject that appears early on in the exam schedule is a wise decision. G. The best revision plans have an element of strategy to their creation. 第三部分： 英语知识运用 (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。 A team is a group of people who have been chosen to work together to do a particular job. Team members have a(n) 41 goal and work on similar strategies. To ensure a team work effectively,team communication is 42 .Team communication simply means how the small group of people communicate with each other and how this 43 the effectiveness of the team as a whole,by 44 the personal characteristics of the members.Also team communication can make the team more productive and 45 make the team operations flawless，_46 ,and healthy. So what can be done to make team communication 47 among the group? Well,team members should always be 48 and given equal importance. It doesn’t 49 whether you are a team leader or a team member. Each one should have a say (决定权) in team decisions. Also make each member of your team 50 about the strategies and 51 0f the particular project the group is working on. Any confusion in the mind of any member may delay the
0f the goal. To overcome this 53 and make sure that everybody has understood the 54 ,always welcome questions. Communicate with the members of your team 55 and keep on telling them about the latest changes and the most recent____ 56 about the situation. This could be done through e-mails,chat,video or telephonic conferences and so on. Meet your team members on a regular basis,and make the 57 interactive by giving every team member a 58 to speak.ln addition,don/t forget to show your 59 0f team members' good performance,which can 60 them to produce better work. 41. A. ordinary B.common C.usual D.average 42. A. obtained B.required C.ordered D.responded 43.A. brings out B.breaks out C.brings in D.breaks in 44.A. changing B.developing C.forming D.improving 45.A. yet B.however C.thus D.still 46. A. slow B.smooth C.secure D.stable 47.A. enjoyable B.reliable C.sensitive D.effective 48.A. served B.reflected C.satisfied D.respected 49. A. mean B.ask C.matter D.doubt 50. A. clear B.curious C.cautious D.crazy 51. A. goal B.plan C.design D.process 57,. A. settlement B.development C.statement D.achievement 53. A. conflict B.disability C.problem D.dilemma 54.A. thoroughly B.roughly C.actually D.apparently 55.A. specially B.seriously C.regularly D.warmly 56. A. business B.affairs C.commands D.information 57.A. meetings B.gatherings C.parties D.celebrations 58. A. reason B.chance C.possibility D.excuse 59. A. happiness B.surprise C.appreciation D.comprehension 60.A. urge B.encourage C.help D. force
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第二节（共 10 小题：每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容（1 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 The weather was terrible that night. The summer thunderstorm had knocked out the power. Luckily, there was enough candle light flickering(闪烁）on the kitchen table. With the candle light, I could see the card I was writing to my husband's 61 (cousin) in Finland. Dear Heli and Rislo, You are on my mind tonight because we are using the candles you gave us when you visited us two years ago. There was a horrible summer thunderstorm this evening and the power went 62 , and your candles were just 63 we needed. They have lit our dinnertime, the bedrooms and now I 64 （sit）by one in the kitchen ... What I didn't say to Heli and Risto is that we never burned the candles before because they, well, smell like a campfire. And so they stood in iron candlesticks until we needed them. I'm so 65 (thank) that we had candles on hand that dark night. And I'm equally as thankful that I had a beautiful card on hand, too, or I would 66 （let） the opportunity to keep in touch with faraway family escape. It would have turned into another one of those moments 67 the thought of sending a card crossed my mind but never actually happened.
The candle burned slowly. After I finished my card to Finland, I enjoyed 68 （look） through the rest of my ‘‘Someone Cares" greeting cards. The air was fresh and cool, and I had cards and enough light to write. I 69 (find) a birthday card for my nephew's 10th birthday, a thinking-of-you card for my aunt, and a fun greeting card for an old friend and I began writing. Candles and cards were two things that made a thunderstorm 70 the perfect storm.
第四部分：写作（共两节，满分 35 分）
第一节 短文改错（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 假如英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌的以下作文。文中共有 10 处错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏词符号∧，并在此符号下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线＼划掉。 修改：在错词下面划一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1、每处错误及其修改均仅限一词； 2、只允许修改 10 处，多者从第 11 处不计分 Dear editor, I’m sorry to occupy your precious time, and I really want to tell you something about the problem of some people keeping too many pets nowadays. I take the problem more and more serious for the following reasons. First of all, as is known to people, pets make so much noise that trouble residents a lot. What’s more, it is widely accepted that animal waste pollutes the environment, which people feel quite uncomfortable. Many owners like taking their pets to public place ,in which they may frighten children or even bit people. The most important is that pets can spread some diseases and this has given to us much attention. Take all these factors into consideration, I sincerely hope that I can get help from them and expect the media do something for this. Yours truly, Wang Lin 第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分）（三选一） 一．For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic : How to Keep Psychologically Healthy? You should write at least 120 words following the outline given below in Chinese. 1． 心理健康问题往往是导致疾病的原因 2． 分析人们产生心理健康问题的原因(可从失业、压力过重、缺乏支持、缺乏人际交往能 力等方面分析) 3． 你认为人们应如何保持心理健康 二．For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic : Information Security. You should write at least 120 words following the outline given below in Chinese. 1. 信息安全问题日益重要 2. 信息安全事故可能导致的危害 3. 如何做到信息安全 三．Directions:For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic: My View on Online Education.You should write at least 120 words following the outline given below in Chinese. 1. 目前网络教育形成热潮 2. 你认为这股热潮形成的原因
3. 你对网络教育的评价 第一部分 听力 49.1-5 AABCA 6-10 BBAAC 11-15 BBBCA 16-20 BCABC
第二部分 阅读理解 第一节 A 【短文大意】上海交大航模队的王弘毅和其他几名成员，合作设计组装了一架无人机， 并首次“试航”成功。 21. A 推理判断。王弘毅的无人机首次“试航”成功，证明他是具有创新精神的；根据第四段 he can stand the loneliness of doing research 和第五段中的 We tried to spend as much time together as possible 可以推测出王弘毅是勤奋的。故答案为 A。B 项中的 quarrelsome 好 争吵的，文章没有体现；C 项中的 rude 粗鲁的，文章没有体现；D 项中的 kind 善良的， 文章没有体现。 22. C 写作意图。作者写这篇文章(新闻报道) 主要是向读者介绍王弘毅和他的无人机的故事。 23. A 概括总结。根据第四段 he can stand the loneliness of doing research 和第五段中的 We tried to spend as much time together as possible because there were thousands of problems that needed to be tackled 可以推测出王弘毅的故事告诉我们：世上无难事只怕有心人。B 项 三个臭皮匠顶过一个诸葛亮；C 项兴趣是最好的老师；D 项行动胜于语言。A、 B、C 三项都与文章内容不符。 B 【语篇解读】 调查表明，大部分美国富人不愿向孩子炫富，甚至不打算将丰厚的资产传给后 代。 24.解析 推理判断题。第二段的后半部分提到在被调查的美国富人中，几乎没有人计划为他 们的孩子保留资产或者将资产传给孩子，由此可推断在美国，父母富有并不意味着孩子富有。 答案 B 25.解析 推理判断题。根据第四段内容可推知，大部分美国富人怀疑他们的孩子处理财富的 能力。答案 C 26.解析 推理判断题。根据本段中比尔·盖茨所说的话可推知，他更强调孩子的个人奋斗， 认为培养孩子的自立很重要 答案 D C 【短文大意】假期是一个更新恢复的时刻。在工作中，我们经常思考。有时候，我们需 要给我们的脑子一个休息的空间。这样的休假对雇主和员工都是有好处的。 27. C 事实细节。 根据第二段第一句话 “The main benefit of vacation is for the worker to come back energized…” 可知， 度假对工人来说的最大好处就是可以使工人们在度假回来后焕 然一新，精力充沛。 28. D 推理判断。 根据第四段首句 having them loyal to the firm while they’re there 一句，特 别是 firm 一词，可知答案为 D。 29. A 推理判断。根据倒数第二段 If they’re working while on vacation, for the time that they’re on the job, they’re not really present.可以推知，如果他们在假期（本来应该与家人团聚的 时候）工作，他们并没有真正“在场” ，也就是：心不在焉。因此选 A 项。 30. B 文章标题。 整篇文章在讲度假对雇主和员工的好处，即他们需要休假来调整自己。 D
31-35DDABC 第二节 36—40 CEDGA 【短文大意】复习计划可以说是应战任何考试最难的环节，你应该做好复习方案，备考 才会顺利有效。 36. C 根据关键词的原则， C 项中的 uncomfortable 和 36 空下一句中的 some comfort 构成对比。 37. E 此空选小标题。根据本节段意：毫无疑问复习计划必须排在任何其他事项之前，以保证 你有足够的时间去全面复习所有的科目。故此空选 C。 38. D 本节标题：复习过程中不断评估。38 空后的句子意思是：为了有效地量化进展，我们推 荐学生尝试为每门课程准备练习本，根据相关的考试要点和课程要求标记已经复习到的 地方。故 38 空选 D：复习是一个不断提升的过程。 39. G 根据关键词的原则，G 项中的 strategy 和标题呼应。 40. A 根据关键词的原则，A 项中的 dependent on 和前一句的 Depending on 构成排比。 第三部分 英语知识运用 第一节 完形填空
第二节 【短文大意】 一个夏日的晚上，暴风雨造成了停电，幸运的是，作者想起了丈夫两个在芬兰的表弟 送给他们的蜡烛。烛光下，她开始给丈夫的两个表弟写明信片。写完，她又开始给其他的 亲人写，烛光和贺卡使得这个暴风雨的夜晚格外温馨和完美！ 题号 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 第四部分 写作 第一节 短文改错 Dear editor, I’m sorry to occupy your precious time, and I really want to tell you something about the problem but of some people keeping too many pets nowadays. I take the problem more and more serious for seriously 答案 cousins out what am sitting thankful have let when looking found into go out 停（电） what 引导宾语从句。 teach sb. to do 动词不定式做宾语补足语。 形容词做表语。 would have let…与过去事实相反的虚拟语气。 when 引导定语从句，修饰 moments enjoy doing 喜欢做某事，动名词做宾语，固定结构。 一般过去时。 make…into…把??变成??。 简析 根据下文 Dear Heli and Rislo,可知是两个人。
the following reasons. First of all, as is known to people, pets make so much noise that trouble troubles residents a lot. What’s more, it is widely accepted that animal waste pollutes the environment, which people feel quite uncomfortable. Many owners like taking their pets to public place ,in where places which they may frighten children or even bit people. The most important is that pets can spread bite some diseases and this has given to us much attention. Take all these factors into consideration, I 删除 Taking sincerely hope that I can get help from them and expect the media ^^^do something for this. you to Yours truly, Wang Lin 第二节 一． How to Keep Psychologically Healthy? One in four people will experience some kind of mental problem in the course of a year. When you fail to manage these problems, they are likely to cause various mental illnesses. The cause of mental health problems often vary a lot from one case to another. In today’s society, a good number of people are suffering from heavy pressure. Others lack communication skills. In addition, a lot of people are ignorant of psychological knowledge about how to keep mentally fit. There are a lot of ways to curb mental health problems and keep psychologically healthy. Firstly, find the real cause of your mental health problem and see whether you can do something about it. Secondly, learn to relax yourself and take exercises to release the pressure. Lastly, you may find it helpful to talk to your partner or friend about your problem, or seek support and advice form a psychological consultant 点评：据报道北京高校 100 多万名在校大学生中，已经有 14 名自杀身亡。而去年全年，北 京自杀死亡的学生为 19 人。社会对于大学生心理健康问题越来越关注，如何保持心理健康成 为社会关注话题。本预测题与校园生活联系紧密，是四级考试关注度较高的话题，值得重视。