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名[来源:学*科网] (时间:120 分钟 总分:150 分) 第一部分 听力部分(包括 20 小题,每小题 1 分,共 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 级 遍。 号 1. What are the two speakers mainly talking about? A. A fire. A. Book air tickets. A. He has been too busy. A. Alden. A. $500. B. A factory. B. Confirm their flight. C. A smoker. C. Check the weather reports. 2. What will the two speakers do? 3. Why hasn’t the woman seen the man recently? B. He has changed his job. C. He has been out of town. C. Kevin. C. $2,000. 4. Who might be promoted to the president of the company? B. Bruce. B. $1,000. 5. What is the rent of the small apartment a month now? 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。 每段对话或独白后有几个小题, 从每题所给的 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。 6. What is wrong with the bedroom air conditioner? A. noisy. A. The sofa. The washing machine. 请听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 9 题。 8. Why A. B. C. doesn’t the man want to The weather is too bad there. He’d rather take one flight. It’s too expensive. go to Cebu? It is old. C. It doesn’t cool.[来源:学科网Z-XK] B. The refrigerator. C. B. It is 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从每题所给的 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

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7. Which of the following was fixed last year?

9. Where will the man probably choose to go in the end? A. Manila. B. Jakarta. C. Bali. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Why does the woman make the telephone call? A.She wants to know more about the club. B. She hopes to find a job in Washington. C. She plans to go to evening classes.[来源:学.科网ZXK]

11. What do the members do on Tuesday evening? A. They have sports. C. They have a drink together. 12. Why does the man ask the woman for her name and address? A. He wants to send her a form. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 10. What does the man’s terrible day begin with? A. Having breakfast with Nina. B. C. Taking a bus downtown. Picking up his dry cleaning. B. He intends to visit her. C. He would like to know more about her. B. They have Italian classes.

11. Why did the man go to the clinic? A. He had a hearing problem. B. C. His ear was cut at the barber’s. He got into a fight with Jack.

12. What happened to the man that day? A. He was fired by his boss. B. C. He was too early for work. He missed an important meeting.

请听第 9 段材料,回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. When is the deadline for the contest? A. April 22nd. A. His age. A. The front yard of a house. 16. How old is Amelia Rehrman? A. 11 years old. 17. When will the first trip start? A. In June. A. By train. A. Their cameras. B. In April. B. By coach. B. Their student cards. C. In March. C. By plane. C. Their mobile phones. 18. How will the group travel to Birmingham? 19. What does the speaker advise the group not to take during the first trip? 20. What will the speaker do next? A. Make the final journey times. B. Answer the group’s questions. C. Introduce the second trip. 第二部分、阅读 一、阅读理解:共 15 个小题,每小题 2 分,共计 30 分

B. April 21st. B. His occupation. B. A lot of people. B. 12 years old.

C. March 22nd. C. His nationality. C. A little girl. C. 13 years old.

14. What prevents the man’s father from taking part in the contest? 15. What is in the picture taken by Amelia Rehrman?

听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。

A Since the beginning of the year, smog has covered parts of North China. In January, Beijing saw only five days without smog. The rising PM 2.5 readings terrified many people, and some health experts said that whenever the smog gets serious, hospitals receive more patients suffering acute respiratory(呼 吸系统)and heart diseases. Later, news of polluted underground water in some provinces scared people who wondered whether the water they drink is safe. So the need to emphasize environmental protection while developing the economy is heard everywhere. Smog especially is a common concern. Like a popular online post said, air may be the only thing that is equal for everyone, despite your income or vacation. People with higher incomes are able to drink only bottled spring water and eat only organic food by paying higher prices, but they breathe the same air as everyone else. At a meeting on Monday, many Representatives have expressed their concerns about the air quality, too. One talked about his experience in Beijing. “After taking a taxi from the capital airport to my hotel, which took about an hour, I washed my nose and found the inside of my nose was black. We should ask ourselves this question: Why do we want to develop? It's for living a better life. Dirty air is definitely not a better life," he said. China needs to develop its economy and invest(投资) in high-tech. Every Chinese wants a strong country. But without blue sky, clean water and safe food, the achievements in the economy will become meaningless. Space technologies are not to be developed for building a base on Mars so that one day all human beings can migrate to the red planet because they have destroyed Earth. [来源:学科网Z-XK] What the public wants is a strong and beautiful China. President Hu Jintao spoke at the 18th Party Congress last November saying that great efforts must be made to promote ecological progress and build a beautiful China. The words have shown the central government's resolution to address the environment issue. 21.Why smog has become a common concern? A.Because nobody can avoid it. B.Because people have to pay higher prices. C.Because we have to develop industry. D.Because a popular online-post discussed it. 22.To make China stronger we have to develop economy, but A.we have to sacrifice air as the price C.the dirty air is not what we want .

B.ecological progress can be ignored D.the smog is the only byproduct .

23.The underlined word “they” in paragraph 6 refers to A.space technologies C.human beings B.other plants D.industrial development .[来源:学.科网ZXK]

24.From the last two paragraphs we can infer that

A.high-tech can completely solve the problem of pollution

B.we must protect the environment while developing economy C.we can move to the Mars after the earth has been destroyed D.space technologies should be developed in a large scale B “Shark on the bait (诱饵)!” shouted Andre Harman, pointing to a spot a few yards behind the outboard motors. His voice gave no indication of panic, but the crew suddenly became tense and fixed their eyes on the water. Slowly, smoothly, Andre drew in the bait. The shark followed. No one asked what kind of shark it was. Everything about it, from its color to its shape, tells that it was a great white shark. Andre lifted the bait aboard. Placing himself between the two motors, he dropped his right hand into the water just as the great head reached the first motor. “My goodness!Andre!” I said. His hand seized the big nose, moving it away from the tube of the motor, guiding the shark’s head up as it rose out of the water. Andre’s hand held the nose, touching it gently. No one spoke. No one breathed. The moment seemed endless. In fact, it lasted less than five seconds before Andre pulled his hand back. Still nobody spoke. Then Andrew smiled and said: “The first time was an accident. I was just trying to move the shark away from the motor. Sharks are attracted to motors by their electrical signals and have a habit of biting them to see if they are eatable.” Andre has worked with great white sharks for years. “My hand landed on its nose, and it sort of paused, so I kept it there, and when I did let go, the shark bit and bit as if it was searching for whatever it was that had attracted it.” Nearly every encounter (遭遇) we had had with the great whites had been totally illogical. The more we learned, the more we realized how little was really known about them in the past years. Back then, it was generally accepted that great whites ate people by choice. Now we know that almost every attack on a human is an accident in which the shark mistakes a human for its normal food. Back then, we thought that once a great white smelt blood, it would lead to death. Now we know that nearly three-quarters of bite victims survive, perhaps because the shark recognizes that it has made a mistake and doesn’t return for a second bite. 25. The author said, “My goodness! Andre!” when _____. A. Andre was about to fall into the water B.Andre was followed by the shark C. Andre was about to touch the shark D. Andre was bitten by the shark 26. What does the author think of the encounters with great whites? A. Exciting. B. Frightening. C. Educational. D. Reasonable.

27. Most bite victims survive in shark attacks because ______. A. sharks stop attacking them B. sharks discover they are no threats C.they manage to swim to safety D. they are taught how to fight off sharks


C 'Self-reward' may explain luxury purchases in China. Chinese consumers' greedy appetite for luxury goods and services appears unstoppable, with just 2 percent of the Chinese population responsible for one-third of the world's luxury items. As China's economic miracle continues and spreads across secondand third-class cities, the market opportunities for all sorts of luxury goods and services are unlimted. Luxury consumption in China now extends way beyond well-known car, clothing and jewelry brands. For example, the luxury jet market in China is the fastest-growing in the world, even passing that of the United States, with a market share of 25 percent. This trend appears to be continuing, with 20 to 30 percent growth expected in China, compared with only 2 to 3 percent in the US. But more important, China's luxury jet market growth represents a major development in the private consumption of luxury items. China's high-quality red wine market also provides clear evidence of the growth in private consumption of luxury goods. In 2013, China became the largest market for red wine in the world, even overtaking the French, with 1.86 billion bottles drunk in China last year. Over the past five years, China's red wine consumption has grown 136 percent. But far more attention is still paid to the visible signs of Chinese consumers' luxury shopping. Public consumption of such expensive, global luxury brands such as Prada and Armani is easily explained by the desire to "gain face" and publicly display social climbing through material possessions. Consequently, celebrity endorsement(名人代言) features heavily in the marketing of such luxury items. Private consumption of luxury items is, however, less well understood. According to my ongoing consumer research in this area, it is "self-reward" that lies behind consumer motivation in this area.[来源:学+科网ZXK] Chinese consumers who have experienced rapid financial and economic gains appear particularly tendency to the need to reward themselves for their success. But this has little to do with "gaining face" and impressing others and much more to do with the need for personal contentment. 28.What can we infer from the passage? .

A. Chinese luxury jet market is growing faster than the USA. B.Chinese luxury consumption is only well-known car. C.Chinese luxury jet market is less growing in the world. D.China's economic is always miracle. 29. What examples can stand for the development in the private luxury consumption? A. China's luxury jet and labour market growth. B. China's economic miracle and red wine market growth. C. China's luxury jet and nice red wine market growth. D. China's labour and nice red wine market growth. 30.There is celebrity endorsement is because .[来源:学.科网ZXK]

A. people want to gain their more material possessions. B. people buy luxury goods for getting more money. C. people want to protect their material possessions. D. people compete in buying luxury goods for their “face”.

31.What tendency do Chinese consumers have? A. To gain face than to do anything else. B.To reward themselves than to gain face. C.To get more money than to gain face. D.To get more money than to reward themselves. . D


On a clear night, the sky is a wonderful thing. Is there life out there somewhere? Is there another place like Earth where life might exist? If so, where is it? And how far away is it? Recently, the Kepler spacecraft found “22b”, a planet about six hundred light years away. It is the first planet in a “habitable zone” outside the solar system. That means the planet orbits(环绕) a star like our sun, but it is not too close to it, nor too far away. Because of this position, Kepler-22b might have water, one of the main things needed for life. The newly-discovered planet is about two and a half times larger than the Earth. It is closer to its star than we are to the Sun, but 22b’s sun is smaller than ours, and doesn’t produce as much heat. Scientific instruments show the new planet could be made of gases, rocks or some kinds of liquids. The Kepler spacecraft was named in honor of Johannes Kepler, the seventeenth century German astronomer. It was designed to examine a small part of the Milky Way galaxy(星系)and search for places like the Earth. It was made to inspect over 150,000 stars and measure how bright they are. It looks to see if a star’s brightness gets less over a short time. If a planet passes between Kepler and the star, it blocks out part of the light. That is what suggested to scientists that there is at least one planet orbiting the star. The instruments on Kepler show the new planet as a small, black dot moving across its sun. An important part of the Kepler experiment is on the Earth. After the spacecraft gathers information, scientists use the telescopes on the ground. Scientists have found over 2,300 new planets since Kepler was launched. Most are much larger, but it is the new planet’s distance from its star that is important. For life to possibly exist there, the planet’s temperature must not be too hot or too cold. 32. What can we learn about Kepler-22b? A. It is the first planet in outer space where life may survive B. It takes humans about 600 years to get there. C. It is made of gases, rocks and plenty of liquids. D. Water must have existed on it. 33. The Kepler spacecraft was sent into space to A. show honor to Johannes Kepler B. look for Earth-like planets in the Milky Way galaxy C. observe the changes of a star’s brightness D. measure the brightest star among 150.000 stars 34. In Paragraph 4 the author mainly tells us

A.how the Kepler system shows a new planet B. if the Kepler system sees a new planet C. how the Kepler system works D. why an important part of the Kepler system remains on the Earth 35. What can we infer from the passage? A. Life may exist on the new planet in another form. B. It is colder on the new planet because its sun is smaller. C. The new planet’s distance from its star decides on the possibility of life existence. D. Life can’t exist on planets which are much larger than the Earth.

二、七选五(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 36 Scientists and experts have proved the uniqueness of finger-prints and discovered that no

exactly similar pattern is passed on from parents to children, though nobody knows why this is the case.[来源:学科网] The ridge (隆起) structure on a person's fingers does not change with growth and is not affected by surface injuries. Burns, cuts and other damage to the outer part of the skin will be replaced in time by a new one, which bears a reproduction of the original pattern. 37 Some criminals make use of this

fact to remove their own finger-prints but this is a dangerous and rare step to take. Finger-prints can be made very easily with printer’s ink. They can be recorded easily. 38 Because of the simplicity and economy of this system, finger-prints have often been used as a 39 .

method of solving criminal case. A suspected man may deny a charge but this may be in vain.

When a suspect leaves finger-prints behind at the scene of a crime, they are difficult to detect with the naked eye. 40 Some of the marks found are incomplete but identification is possible if a print

of a quarter of an inch square can be obtained. A. Every human being has a unique arrangement of the skin on his fingers and this arrangement is unchangeable. B.With special methods, identification can be achieved successfully within a short time. C. His finger-prints can prove who he is even if his appearance has been changed by age or accident. D. A fingerprint is an impression of the friction ridges of all parts of the finger. E. A latent print is the chance reproduction of the friction ridges deposited on the surface of an item. F. It is only when the inner skin is injured that the arrangement will be destroyed.[来源:Z-xk.Com] G . Special techniques are used to “develop” them. 第三部分、词汇 一、完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分)

Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others. -- Jonathan Swift
I walked into a wild third-grade classroom. Music was playing 41 children were under tables

applying make-up, kids were throwing a football indoors,and students were 42 they could find 43 . I was a mid-year 44 . The previous 45


said he could no longer manage these

children and 46 without notice during the holiday break. As soon as I walked in the room, I realized why he 47 . I sat down 48 reading their 49 softly. After each name, I 50 in my chair and began

, asking God to help me understand that child. I my name and a reading assignment

then nailed a 51 to the wall next to the chalkboard and began 52

on the board. I then asked each child to come to me, and tell me their names and what they wanted to learn. It was a 53 task, because only two children there wanted to learn something! Rules were 54 , boundaries established, parents contacted. But the mirror saved the day -- no, the year! Unbeknownst(不 知的) to the children, the mirror allowed me to see their every They soon became 56 55 while I was writing on the board.

as to how I knew who was misbehaving while I was writing on the board. When one

student finally asked me, I told him I had a special teacher’s eye in the back of my head that my hair 57 . At first they did not believe me. 58 they did begin to exhibit better behavior, especially 59 . I never told them differently. Why 60 a

while I wrote on the board, thinking I had magical good thing? 41.A. softly 42.A. laughing 43.A. joke 44.A. replacement 45.A. headmaster 46.A. resigned 47.A. went 48.A. angrily 49.A. figures 50.A. prepared 51.A. board 52.A. writing 53.A. distant 54.A. dated 55.A. move 56.A. puzzled 57.A. hung 58.A. So 59.A. view 60.A. mess up 二、 语法填空 分 共 15 分 B. clearly B. dancing B. music B. representative B. teacher B. remained B. left B. restlessly B. faces B. prayed B. picture B. copying B. different B. worked B. make B. pleased B. hooked B. But B. vision B. bring up

C. peacefully C. standing C. partner C. reference C. director C. retired C. came C. quietly C. names C. protected C. cross C. noting C.difficult C. set C. matter C. known C. covered C. However C. eyes C. mix up

D. loudly D. speaking D. space[来源:学+科网ZXK] D. reward D. leader D. returned D. disappeared D. indifferently D. minds D. preferred D. mirror D. drawing D. direct D. written D. mind D. worried D. displayed D. And D. scene D. burn up[来源:Z-xk.Com]

阅读下面材料, 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。 每小题 1.5

When you start talking about good and bad manners you immediately start meeting difficulties. Many people just cannot agree to 61 they mean. We asked a lady, who replied that she thought you could tell

a well-mannered person 62

the way they occupied the space around them—for example, when such a person

walks down a street he or she is constantly aware of others. Such people never bump into other people. However, 63 second person thought that this was 64 a question of civilized behavior than good 65 an American 66

manners. Instead, this other person told us a story, which he said was quite well known,

who had been invited to an Arab meal in one of the countries of the Middle East. The American (tell)very much about the kind of food he might expect. 67

he had known about Arab food, he might

have behaved better. Immediately before him was a very flat piece of bread that looked, to him, very much like a napkin(餐巾). His Arab host, 68 (pick)it up, he put it into his collar, so that it fell across his shirt. (immediate)copied the action of his guest.

69 had been watching, said nothing, but 70

And that, said this second person, was a fine example of good manners. 三、单词英汉搭配。请分别从每组下面选项中选出恰当的单词对应汉语意思(共 20 个小题,每小题 0.5 分,共计 10 分)请将答案涂在答题卡上 Group 1 71. calculate ( ) 72. candidate ( ) 73. circumstance ( ) 74. sacrifice ( ) 75. inspect ( ) A. 检查,检阅,视察 B. 情况,环境,形式,境况,境遇 C. 候选人,申请人 D. 怀疑,嫌疑犯 E. 计算,核算 F. 牺牲,供奉,祭祀 G. 课程,学科 Group 2 76. flexible ( ) 77. consistent ( ) 78. accurate ( ) 79. fragile ( ) 80. desperate ( ) A. 令人绝望的, 不顾一切的, 铤而走险的 B. 灵活的, 可变通的 C. 连续的, 一致的, 始终如一的. D. 通情达理的,合理的,正当的 E. 致命的,重大的 F. 准确的,精确的 G. 易碎的,脆弱的 Group 3 81. resemble ( ) 82. submit ( ) 83. deserve ( ) 84. neglect ( ) 85. negotiate ( ) A. 消极的,悲观的 B. 呈送,提交,主张,建议,听从,服从 C. 维持,维修,保养,坚持 D. 应得, 值得 E. 忽略,忽视,疏忽 F. 协商,谈判,商定 G. 相似,类似,看起来像 Group 4 86. restriction ( ) 87. virtue ( ) 88. recover ( ) 89. recommend ( ) 90. enterprise ( ) A. 公司,企事业单位 B. 推荐,介绍,建议 C. 恢复,痊愈,重新找到,使康复 D.限制,约束 E. 美德,优点 F. 拒绝,谢绝,下降 G. 职业,工作,占有,拥有 第三部分:写作(共三节,满分 35 分) 一、(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。文中共有 10 处语言错误,每句中 最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(/)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及修改均仅限一词;2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。

Recent years have seen the grow of newspapers. Reading newspapers have become an important part of our life. Many people read it to begin their day. They learn from what is going on in the world. Some people are busy so that they can read newspapers only once the week. Women usually read newspapers just for that they are interested in such as fashion and entertainment news. Sometimes, people do not have time to read all of the news, but they just take a quickly look at the front page. There are newspapers to every reader. Chose carefully, readers will find a proper one.


书面表达(满分 25 分)

假如你是双鸭山一中学生李华,上周日和父母驾车去爬青山(the Qing Mountain)。请根据下面几幅图片的内 容,用英文写一篇短文,记述这次旅程,并谈谈自己的感受。

[来源:学+科网ZXK] 注意:1. 词数 100-120 词; 2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3. 开头已给出,不计入总词数。 Last Sunday,



听力 阅读理解 七选五 完形填空 单词搭配 语法填空

1-5 ABAAB 21-24. ACCB 36-40.AFBCG

6-10 BCBCC 25-27.CCA 28-31.ACDB

11-15 BCBAC 32-35. ABCC

16-20 BCAAC

41-45 DBCAB 46-50 ABCCB 51-55 DACCA 56-60 ACBBA 71-75 ECBFA 61.what 66.hadn’t been told 76-80 BCFGA 62.by 67.If 81-85GBDEF 86-90DECBA 63.a 64.more 68.Picking 69.who 65.about 70.immediately[来源:学+科网ZXK]


改错 1. grow-growth 2. have-has。动名词 Reading newspapers 是主语。 3. it 改为 them。指代 newspapers. 4. from 改为 about 或去掉 from. learn (about) 了解到。 5. the- a. once a week 一周一次 6. that- what ,what 引导 for 后的宾语从句,在从句中做 be interested in 的宾语 7. but 改为 so/and。从上文句意可知。 8. 把 quickly 改成 quick。take a quick look at 浏览一下。 9. 将 to 改为 for。for every reader 对每个读者来说。 10. Chose- Choosing .readers 做 choose 的逻辑主语.

参考范文 Last Sunday, my parents and I went to climb the Qing Mountain. On Saturday afternoon, my mother and I went to the supermarket and bought various food and drinks to prepare for the trip. Early the next morning, we set off happily. Fascinated by the fantastic scenery along the path, we walked energetically. However, half way up the mountain, I was too exhausted to go a step further. My parents encouraged and helped me a lot. Finally, we got to the top, where we joyfully appreciated the natural beauty of the Qing mountain. Although I was worn out, I experienced the pleasure that I had never had before.

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