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本试卷分为四部分,包括听力、语言知识运用、阅读理解和书面表达。所有答案都写在答卷 上。时量 120 分钟。满分 150 分。 第Ⅰ卷 第一部分:听力 (共两节,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:听力 (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.What does the woman want to do? A. Go home B. Stay there C. Go to another concert

2. What does the woman want? A. Pancakes B. Cookies C. French toast

3. What do we know about the factories? A. They are outside the town. B. They were built recently C. They haven’t been open for weeks 4. What does the woman mean? A. She loves warm weather B. She doesn’t like hats C. She is used to the cold weather 5. What would the woman rather be doing? A. Eating outside in the park B. having a meal at home C. Sitting in a car

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 段对话,回答第 6、7 题。 6. How old is the female speaker? A. 16 B. 17 C. 18 7. Who does the male speaker live with? A. His brother B. His grandfather C. His sister 听第 7 段对话,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. Why is the man so tired? A. He ran a marathon B. He took care of some kids C. He just came back from a business trip 9. How many children does the woman have? A. 2 B. 3 C. 5 10. Where did the woman meet the man’s sister? A. At a hospital B. At an office C. At a picnic 听第 8 段对话,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What does the woman compare a safari to? A. A zoo B. A wildlife film

C. A city tour 12. How did the woman feel about the trip in the beginning? A. A little frightened B. Really excited C. A little confused 13. What does the man want some pictures of? A. A lion B. A tiger C. An elephant 听第 9 段对话,回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. A birthday party B. A soccer match C. A vacation

15. What will the speakers do? A. Learn to sail B. Rent a car C. Invite the man’s brother 16. What do we know about Lance’s ticket? A. It was refunded(退款) B. It will be used another time C. It was given to someone else 17. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Husband and wife B. Brother and sister C. Neighbors 听第 10 段独白,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. Who is the main audience for the announcement? A. Basketball players B. Parents of basketball players C. Basketball coaches 19. How many age groups are there altogether?

A. Eight B. Four C. Two 20. Who is collecting sign-up sheets for girls? A. Coach Glaskey B. Coach Dykes C. Coach Turner 第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,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。 A My family moved from Taiwan to a small town in central Georgia, where my dad got a visa for his family and a job. I had just learned English, and from what little I could gather from my classmates, Santa Claus would come down one’s chimney(烟囱) and put toys in one’s stocking on Christmas Eve! What a great country, I thought. After I looked up “stocking” in my Chinese-English dictionary, I knew what I had to do. On that fateful night, after everyone went to bed, I took my longest, cleanest knee sock and attached it to a nail already on the mantel(壁炉). Obviously, the previous owners of this house were no strangers to this Santa character. I woke up before everyone else on Christmas Day and ran to the fireplace. To make a sob story short, I was hit with the reality of an empty sock and the biggest lie ever told. I burst into tears, quickly took down the sock, and stuffed it in the back of a drawer. Santa was dead. Every December since then, the topic of Christmas memories would unavoidably come up, and I would amuse my friends with my poor-little-me story. I had to make it as funny as possible, or else I would cry. How could I know that Santa was just late? Nine years ago, on Christmas Eve, an older man with a white beard and a red cap knocked on my front door. He said, “I’ve been looking for you for twenty-five years.” He handed me a bulging red stocking, winked, and left. On top of the stocking was a card. It read: “For Becky—I may have missed you in the second grade, but you’ve always lived in my heart. Santa.”

Through tear-blurred eyes, I recognized the handwriting of Jill, a friend I had met just two months before. I later discovered that the older man was her father. Jill had seen the hurt little girl underneath the thirty-something woman and decided to do something about it. So now I believe that Santa is real. I don’t mean the twinkle-eyed character of children’s mythology or the creation of American holiday marketers. Those Santas annoy and sadden me. I believe in the Santa Claus that live inside good and thoughtful people. This Santa does not return to the North Pole after a crazy delivery but lives each day purposefully, really listens to friends, and then plans deliberate acts of kindness.

21. What does the underlined part “what I had to do” in Paragraph 1 refer to? A. Waiting for Santa Claus. B. Putting a stocking on the mantel. C. Asking for gifts from her parents. D. Looking up “stocking” in the dictionary 22. It can be inferred from the passage that the author’s parents ____. A. didn’t love their child at all B. didn’t know the previous owners of the house C. didn’t know much about Christmas tradition D. didn’t afford the author’s Christmas presents 23. The author of the passage is probably ________. A. a teenager B. a primary school student C. a middle-aged woman D. a native American B NANJING, Nov. 4 (Xinhua) -- Xi Jinping and Ma Ying-jeou will shake hands in their historic mee ting scheduled in Singapore on Saturday, head of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council s aid on Wednesday.

The two-part meeting includes one session open to the media and another behind closed doors, sai d Zhang Zhijun, who is also head of the Taiwan Work Office of the Communist Party of China (C PC) Central Committee, when interviewed at the Zijinshan Summit for Entrepreneurs across the T aiwan Strait. According to Zhang, Xi and Ma, as "leaders of the two sides" of the Taiwan Strait, will exchange views during the closed-door meeting. After the meeting, press conferences will be held by both sides. Later, the two leaders are expecte d to attend a dinner, said Zhang. Zhang said the meeting will lift cross-Strait communication to a new high. The landmark meeting is a breakthrough in face-to-face exchange and communication between the leaders across the Taiwan Strait after the relationship became strained following the events of 194 9. Zhang said the meeting will improve mutual trust and allow for an exchange of opinions on handli ng the cross-Strait ties. In addition, the meeting will help strengthen the 1992 Consensus(识), which was reached in talks between the two sides in 1992 and recognizes the one-China principle, and safeguards the peacefu l development of cross-Strait ties, according to Zhang. Zhang added that the scheduled meeting will also benefit regional peace and stability. Also at Wednesday's summit, Chiang Pin-kung, former chairman of the Taiwan-based Straits Exc hange Foundation, hailed the upcoming meeting between the two leaders as a milestone for crossStrait ties. Chiang told the media that he believed the meeting will give a boost to the peaceful development of cross-Strait ties. 24. According to the article, the meeting of the two leaders will _____.

A. be held at the Zijinshan Summit for Entrepreneurs across the Taiwan Strait B. be the first face-to-face communication between people across the Taiwan Strait C. improve mutual trust and benefit regional peace and development D. be all open to the media 25. Which of the following statements about the 1992 Consensus is not true? A. It was reached in 1992. B. It recognizes the one-China principle. C. It safeguards the peaceful development of cross-Strait ties. D. It is an agreement between China and Japan. 26. Which of the following can best substitute the word “hailed” in the last paragraph but one? A. sang high praise for C. was impressed with B. was concerned about D. got well prepared for

26. Which might be the right sequence(顺序) of the following events? a. The two leaders shake hands in front of the media. b. The two leaders hold press conferences. c. The two leaders exchange views during the closed-door meeting. d. The two leaders have dinner together. A. a; b; c; d C. a; d; b; c B. a; c; b; d D. b; a; c; d C

The bed should be reserved as a place for sleep, but people tend to read an iPad a lot in bed before they go to sleep. Charles Czeisler, a professor at Harvard Medical School, and his colleagues got a small group of people for an experiment. For five days in a row, the people read either a paper book or an iPad for four hours before sleep. Their sleep patterns were monitored all night. Before and after each trial period, the people took hourly blood tests to paint a day-long picture of just how much melatonin (褪黑激素) was in their blood at any given time. When subjects read on the iPad as compared to the paper books, they reported feeling less sleepy at night and less active the following morning. People also took longer to fall asleep on the iPad nights, and the blood tests showed that their melatonin secretion (分泌) was delayed by an hour and a half. The researchers conclude in today's journal article that given the rise of e-readers and the increasingly widespread use of e-things among children and adolescents, more research into the long-term consequences of these devices on health and safety is urgently needed. Czeisler and colleagues go on, in the research paper, to note:“Reading an iPad in bed may increase cancer risk.” However, software has been developed that can reduce some of the blue light from the screens of phones and computers according to time of day, and there are also glasses that are made to filter (过滤) short wavelengths. While they seem like a logical solution for the nighttime tech users, it needs more research. 28. In Charles Czeislers experiment, all the subjects were asked to______. A. sit in a row and receive the strict tests B. have their sleep patterns observed all night C. read a paper book and an iPad at the same time D. have their blood tested per hour during the trial 29 The third paragraph tells us the iPad readers were likely to____________. A. feel less sleepy and tired in the day B. fall asleep more easily after reading

C. become less energetic the next morning D. have a lot more melatonin secretion 30. The special software recently developed can______. A. remove the blue light from your devices completely B. help prevent eyes being harmed by short wavelength C. weaken the harm done by doing nighttime e-reading D. be used in all the e-things widely and safely 31. Which of the following can be the best title for the text? A. No e-reading in bed before sleep C. Wrong behaviors before bedtime B. New software for night e-readers D. No games on iPad in bed D A recent survey in the United States showed that the average family spent more money on its pets than on its children. Although rather shocking, it should not surprise anyone who has seen the doggy parlors(客厅) where loved pets rest. Are Americans unique in treating their little friends in this way No, the English, too, pay more attention to their pets. This can clearly be seen when we look at pet foods, which often contain more vitamins than human food. They certainly cost much. Last year the British public spent two hundred million pounds on pet food alone, to say nothing of veterinary bills or animal furniture. It is difficult not to feel angry about this when considering what the same amount could do for victims of starvation and poverty, so it is not unusual for me to get hot under collar when I read an old man left all his money to his dog instead of his children. There are a variety of reasons why I find pets-raising alarming. They cause physical problems. An example of this is New York where they have great difficulty getting rid of the mess that dogs leave on the streets. Many people find this funny, but in a number of large cities it is a major problem. Animals can cause disease, too. It is the threat of rabies — a disease with no known cure. Another problem is the carelessness of pet owners. Most little children want a dog or a cat, and they continually push their mothers and fathers until they get one. It is only when the "sweet little thing" has been brought home that the parents realize how much time and money must be spent on "Rover" or "Bonzo". Then they just abandon it. As a result, they are allowed to run free. English

farmers lose hundreds of sheep a year, killed by someone's pet and you must have read of children being hurt by some pets of their own. Lastly, I would only suggest that we have got our priorities wrong and that something should be done about it. In my view, it's time we stopped being sentimental about pets. I can see no reason why we should get upset when animals are cut up for medical experiments. This will lead us to discovering cures for serious human diseases, then I say, “keep cutting!” 32. The doggy parlors are mentioned in the 1st paragraph to show ___. A. where Americans keep their pets C. why children love their pets so much B. what costly lives the pets are living D. how much pets depend on their masters

33. In the second paragraph "to get hot under the collar" probably means ___. A. getting quite hot B. feeling overwhelmingly angry C. becoming excited D. receiving a fashionable shirt 34.According to the author, in which field can animals be most useful A. Pet. B. Food. C. Medicine. D. Sports.

35. What is author's attitude towards pets-raising A. Pitiful. B. Neutral. C. Opposed. D. Supportive.

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。 Of the many unpleasant emotions we can experience, fear may top the list. 36 . Fear

can also keep us from pursuing the things in life that really matter -- like following our dreams, and developing important relationships. I have some ideas, though, of how to be free from fear. ●Experience fear. I used to be very afraid of speaking in front of people. I would get sweaty palms and my stomach would be so tied up that I wouldn't be able to eat. However, each time I spoke, I noticed afterwards that it wasn't that bad. Things I fear are never as bad in reality as I make them out in my mind. 37 .

● Create space. The first and most important step to being fearless is to create some space between ourselves and the emotion of fear. This isn't accomplished by ignoring the fear, or trying to talk ourselves out of it. 38 . In fact, a recent research shows that by simply admitting the emotion we actually

begin to reverse the "fight or flight(逃避)" response in the body. ●Control the breath and feel the fear. Once we acknowledge the presence of fear, the second step is to control the breathing so that it becomes slower and gentler. We try to make the breath just a little bit longer, and feel how fear manifests(展现) in the body. 39 .

With practice, we can create enough space between us and the emotion of fear so that we're able to replace a fearful thought with a positive one. 40 . For instance, before I get up to speak

in front of a group of people, I imagine that the audience is positively impressed by what I say and that I manage to complete the speech successfully. A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Space is created only when we can honestly acknowledge that fear exists. We can imagine a positive outcome for whatever we're about to do. Fear, if left uncontrolled, can even destroy our life. So one way to get rid of fear is to simply push ourselves to do things that we fear. When we can see a positive outcome in our mind, fear no longer holds us back. But fear is more than just physically unpleasant. As we pay attention to the physical symptoms of fear, we can see fear objectively.

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,选出可以填入空 白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 It was the first morning of the New Year and the weather was very cold. I have always been an early bird and my morning walks have been the shoes to 42 41 for the last 7 years, so I put on my

for my first walk of the New Year. 43 outside.Litter could be seen everywhere.It seemed that everyone 45 anyone to be awake to clear all the

There was complete had an all-night 44

.It was too cold to

walkways at 5 in the morning.I was back home. I was about to leave association and is was a(n) 49 47 48

46

to walk on the dirty walkways and decided to go

I saw Sam cleaning the garden.He is an employee of our society to take care of the walkways and the garden.I walked up to Sam as it

to see him there cleaning at this time.He saw me and politely

50

me, "Happy New Year!" “How come you are here and doing all this on the very first day of a new year?” I asked. Sam answered 53 51 , “It is just like a day like any other day. I do not want people to walk on

.It is the first day of the year so they should feel good and special. For me, today is like any 53 .”

other day and my job starts with the It was good to see someone so a day 56 55 54

at heart. Like other staff members, Sam could have taken

, but he woke up early and came for all of us. I suddenly realized life does not 57 all night, the

when the clock strikes twelve at midnight and a New Year begins. We 58

surround dirty. Life goes on and others need to

up early and clear the garbage. Isn't the

very next morning a new day of a New Year for all those who clear our garbage? Why can't we also keep our 59 clean so that everyone can have a New Year the very next day? It is true 60 in our lives. C.routine C.long C.waste C.celebration C.trust C.puzzled C.unless C.determined C.surprise C.asked. C.casually C.busy C.same D.procedure D.head D.absence D.pollution D.expect D.tired D.when D.supposed D.honor D.congratulated D.hopefully D.cold D.new

that small things can make a big 41.A.manner 42.A.look 43.A.silence 44.A.decoration 45.A.order 46.A.annoyed 47.A.because 48.A.advised 49.A.pleasure 50.A.suggested 51.A.coldly 52.A.dirty 53.A.beginning B.trend B.send

B.freedom B.tradition B.catch B.scared B.though B.promoted B.success B.wished B.calmly B.narrow B.special

54.A.devoted 55.A.over 56.A. improve 57.A.sleep 58.A.put 59.A.surroundings 60.A.decision'

B.cautious B. off B.change B.clean B.stay B.conditions B.difference 第Ⅱ卷

C.honest C.up C.return C.work C.wake C.background C.promise

D.polite D.out D.happen D.party D.pick D.location D.suggestion

第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 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。 Dear David I’m writing to respond to your letter asking me for some guidance about a job interview. An interview is a talk between an employer and a potential employee so that the interviewer can assess 61._______(apply) and see if he or she is suitable for the position. First of all, preparation is the key to 62._______(get)the ideal job. You can get enough information 63._______ the website of the company. Second, don’t have butterflies in your stomach during the interview. You may as well look the interview in 64._______eye. Moreover, you’d better not

65._______(answer)questions off the top of your head, but prepare good and smart answers. Above all, you should be punctual, 66._______(make)allowance for the traffic jam and get there a bit early. Arriving late is like a disaster! 67._______ the interview is over, you’d better follow it up by writing and thanking them for giving you the interview. Not only is it a polite gesture, but also a 68._______(finally)chance to sell 61._______(you)to the company. It also can give you an edge over other candidates. Follow the advice above, and you are very 70._______(like)to land a good job. I wish you all the best. Good luck! Scott

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)

注意: 此题直接做在答题卡上! Some people succeed, while others do not. This is why some people possess certain qualities that others do not have. The first thing you must remember is that to succeed, it’s almost compulsory that you be optimistic. You must have faith on yourself and in your ability to succeed. Having a motivation is another key to success. When you have a thirsty for success, you may put your performance under the microscope to ensure that your work is effective to your goal. To be successfully, you may find it significant to read about successful people. Their stories will inspire you as you climbing the ladder of success. While you may not be the next Bill Gates, for example, learning from people like him you may become just as, if not more famous, because of your success. The most important point is practice. Which we all know, practice makes perfect. By practicing every day at whichever career you’re in, you’ll see yourself and your business begin to grow. This will also help you feel confident. Success is yours! Cheers!

第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假设你叫李华。你的美国网友 Tony 现在一家当地报社兼职。该报社最近在面向中国高三学 生展开一项题为“What is your ideal (理想的)career?”的调查。 在发给你的以下电子邮件中提出 了相关的几个问题。请你根据邮件的内容给他写封回信。注意: 1. 100-120 个词; 2. 不能出现真实的个人信息。 Dear Lihua How is everything going with you recently? I know you are making preparations for the coming GaoKao as senior, working hard for your dream university. I wonder what your ideal major is in the university. What about your future career and why? What are you going to do to realize your dream?

Yours Tony

答 案 听力:1-5 BAACA 6-10 CCBBC 11-15 AABCB 16-20 AABAB 阅读理解选择 21-23 BCC 24-27 CDAB 28-31 BCCA 32-35 BBCC 七选五 36-40 FDAGB

To be successfully(successful), you may find it significant to read about successful people. Their stories will inspire you as you climbing(climb 或 climbing 前加 are) the ladder of success. While you may not be the next Bill Gates, for example, learning from people like him you may become just as, if not more famous, because of your success. The most important point is practice. Which(As) we all know, practice makes perfect. By practicing every day at whichever (whatever)career you’re in, you’ll see yourself and your business begin to grow. This will also help you feel confident. Success is yours! Cheers!


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