笔试部分（共七大题，计120分） I. 选择填空(Vocabulary and structure) (共20小题，计20分) 从A, B, C, D四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 31. —Jane, what are you doing _________ your computer? —I'm lookin
g for information _________ airlines? A. about; for A. few B. on; with B. a few C. in; with C. any D. with; about D. little 32. There are _________ carrots in the fridge. You don't have to buy any. 33. —Who is Tina? —The girl who is wearing a _________ dress? A. beautiful red B. red and pretty C. red nice D. red but long 34. He _________ up very late in the morning, but now he _________ up very early. A. used to get; is used to get C. is used to getting; used to get A. When a boy —_________. A. Nor do I B. Me neither C. Neither do I D. So do I 37. —Are you going to buy that car? —No, I'm not. It's _________ for me. A. enough better A. got home B. good enough B. reach home C. too expensive C. got to home D. cheap too D. went to home 38. By the time I _________, I realized that I had left my umbrella in the shop. 39. —Where are the letters? —Those letters _________ already. A. were sent A. repaired B. was found B. fixing C. had been reached D. have been posted C. watched D. make 40. My watch doesn't work. I must have it _________. 41. ─How many members are there on the team? ─Eight this term, but there will be ten _________ next term. A. at all B. at last C. at least D. at once 42． We didn't know _________ about Father Christmas. B. As boy B. used to getting; is used to get D. used to get; is used to getting C. As a boy D. As he is a boy
35. _________, he had studied art in Paris. 36. —I hate space adventures.
A. to ask whom meeting. A. come by A. that; to solve
B. whom to ask
C. if to ask
D. whether ask
43． Could you help to _________ the children for me on Friday evening? I've got to go to a B. look after B. this; solving C. put away C. him; solve D. carry out D. it; to solve
44． He found _________ very difficult _________ the maths problem. 45． ─Where is the scientist _________ gave us the talk yesterday? ─He has gone back to Qinghua University. A. whom ─_________ A. Sorry, I am new here. C. I forgot to post my letter. 47. ─You look tired. What happened? ─I stayed up last night to study for today's English exam. ─_________ A. I hate English. 48. ―How was your weekend? ―_________ A. I'd like to visit my uncle for this weekend. B. It was good. C. Did you have a nice weekend? D. I used to spend my weekend in the countryside. 49. ―Where have you been today? I haven't seen you in the office. ―_________, so I went home to have a rest. A. I feel bored C. It's none of your business ―_________ A. Do you want to have a go？ C. Hot weather, isn't it? B. Not at all. D. Leave me alone. B. Are you sure D. I've caught a bad cold B. Are you happy with your exam result? D. Thanks for your hard work. C. You shouldn't have done that. B. OK, go ahead. D. You can't miss it. B. who C. whose D. who's 46． ─Do you know how to get to the nearest post-office?
50. ―Do you mind if I open the window? It's hot in here.
II. 阅读理解(Reading comprehension) （共20小题，计30分） 阅读下列短文或图表，然后完成文后各题。（51-60小题为选择题，每题只有一个最佳答 案；61-70小题为非选择题，请按题目要求答题。）
A The idea for the book Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone came to Joanne Kathleen Rowling in 1990. It took her seven years to finish writing it. During those seven years she had a number of jobs, including one job as an English teacher in Portugal. Rowling sent the book to four publishers before one of them bought it. She was very happy to sell her book because it was her life's dream to be a published writer. Before she sold her book, Rowling was living in a small apartment with her daughter and was so poor that she could not afford heat in the winter. Harry Potter became very successful with children and adults in England. The book also really took off in the United States. After her second and third books were published, the three Harry Potter books filled the top three places on many newspapers' lists of best-sellers. Then the books were made into popular movies. Without question, Rowling's life had completely changed, in just three years. Harry Potter books have now sold more than 30 million books around the world and have been translated into more than thirty-five languages. In 1997, Rowling was earning ￡70 (about US$110) a week. By the end of 2001, she had earned over ￡150 million ($250 million), making her one of the most successful female writers of all time. 51. This reading is about _________. A. Harry Potter's life B. the writer's life D. why Harry Potter is popular B. It took the writer several years to finish it. C. how the book became a movie A. Four publishers bought it. 53. Rowling's dream was _________. A. to be a magician C. to have her books published A. more than 35 B. about 135 B. to make a movie D. to be an English teacher C. about 90 D. more than 150
52. Which sentence is true about the first Harry Potter book? C. It was first published in Portugal. D. Rowling got the idea from her daughter.
54. How many languages has Harry Potter been translated into? 55. Which sentence is true about Rowling? A. Many other writers have been much more successful than she. B. Not many writers are as successful as she is. C. She is more successful than all other writers. D. She became successful because of a movie.
B Every four years, the world turns its attention to the soccer World Cup. The most successful teams in the tournament have traditionally come from South America and Europe. However, over the years, there have been a number of surprising results. In a famous match in 1950, the USA came up against England, one of the favorites to win the tournament. Many of the American players were amateurs from college teams. Surprisingly, the USA won 1-0. Other World Cup surprises were North Korea's win over Italy in 1966, and Cameroon's win over Argentina in 1990. The 2002 FIFA World Cup stands out as probably the most surprising World Cup of all time. In the opening match, Senegal surprised everyone by beating France, the World Cup winner in 1998. Japan then beat Russia, the USA beat Portugal, and South Korea beat Italy, Spain, Poland, and Portugal. South Korea made it all the way to the final four, before finally losing to Germany. In the final game, which was watched by one billion people around the world, Brazil won 20 over Germany. Brazil set a World Cup record by becoming the first team to win seven games in a row. Also, Brazil's most talented player, Ronaldo, scored eight goals in one tournament―more than any other player since 1970. 56. What is the best title for this passage? A. How the World Cup Is Played C. The History of Soccer match? A. Cameroon. A. Germany. B. North Korea. B. Japan. C. Italy. C. Russia. D. the United States. D. South Korea. 58. Which team probably surprised people the most in the 2002 World Cup? 59. What is NOT true about the Brazilian team in the 2002 World Cup? A. They won seven matches. B. They were watched by all the people around the world. C. They beat Germany by two goals. D. They won more matches than any other team. 60. What record did Ronaldo set in the tournament? B. The Greatest World Cup Players of All Time D. Surprises in the World Cup
57. According to the reading, which team has NOT had a surprising win in a World Cup
A. He was the first player to score eight goals. B. He played more games in a World Cup than any other player. C. He scored the most goals in a World Cup. D. He was the oldest player to score in a World Cup. C On June 24, 1947, a US pilot named Kenneth Arnold looked out the window of his plane and saw nine silver objects flying close together. They were moving very quickly. Kenneth guessed that their speed was more than 1,600 kilometers an hour. He told journalists that the objects did not move like planes, but like saucers move when someone throws them across the surface of water. Later one of the journalists called the objects “flying saucers”. This was the first time the expression “flying saucer” was used, but people have been seeing UFOs (unidentified flying objects) in the sky for centuries. For example, in the thirteenth century some English farmers saw a flat, silver object in the sky. This is surprising because in those days there were no planes, weather balloons, or space stations that could be mistaken for UFOs. Today, many UFOs turn out to be something quite ordinary. One evening in February 2001, eight colored lights appeared in the sky above Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. The lights seemed to float in the air for ten minutes before moving off and disappearing. Many people thought they were UFOs. They turned out to be good luck lanterns that had been released from a temple. Most UFOs can be explained like this. However there are many that can't. (34) Surveys show that at least half of us believe intelligent life exists on other planets. Is it possible, therefore, that someone from “out there” is visiting us? 回答问题或翻译句子。 61. Where was Kenneth Arnold when he saw the nine silver objects? 62. How did the objects move? 63. What were the colored lights in Kuala Lumpur? 64. Translate the underlined sentence into Chinese. D Know Your Lenses
Sales of sunglasses are increasing steadily. More than 113 million pairs are sold every year in the US alone. There are a number of things you should consider before you buy your next pair of sunglasses. Here's a guide to some different lenses and what they do.
回答问题或完成句子。 65． What kind of sunglasses keep colors looking natural? 66. _________ help reduce glare. 67. If you want a pair of sunglasses to wear while climbing mountains, you should choose _________. E Jesse Martin had a dream. He wanted to be the youngest person to sail alone around the world. When he set sail from Melbourne, Australia, in December 1998, many people thought they would never see him again. His boat was just 10.23 meters long and Jesse was only seventeen years old! Jesse spent the next eleven months at sea. Some days he was lonely, but most of the time he was too busy to think about being alone. When he wasn't sailing or fixing the boat, he would read books, play his guitar, catch fish, or cook. Jesse had many amazing experiences. One day the boat hit a whale in the water! Both Jesse and the whale were very surprised, but luckily the whale wasn't hurt. One of the most frightening experiences Jesse had was during a storm off the coast of South Africa. Huge waves pushed the boat onto its side and water poured into the cabin. Terrified, Jesse held onto a rail as the boat was thrown around. Afraid that he would be swept into the ocean, he crawled into the wet cabin and stayed there until the storm stopped.
(70) After 329 days at sea, Jesse sailed back into Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay, where a crowd of 25,000 people waited to welcome him home. When asked why he did it, Jesse said, “I think I wanted to prove to myself that anything was possible.” 回答问题或翻译句子。 68. Where did Jesse Martin start his ocean journey? 69. What did Jesse take with him to make music? 70. Translate the underlined sentence in the passage into Chinese. III. 完形填空(Cloze) (共20小题，计20分) A) 阅读下面的短文，根据其内容从所给的15个单词中选出最恰当的10个填入空中。 nothing, until, sleeping, dying, or, between, mind, shout, telephones, happy, working, dangerous, fight, on, food
Many people have to work on weekends. Some people do not (71)_________. Other people think it is terrible. One man thinks that working on the weekend can be (72)_________. He is Graham Coates. Mr Coates worked in an office in Brighton, England. On Saturday, May 24, 1986, he went to the office to do some work. When he got in the elevator to go home, it stopped (73)_________ floors. Mr Coates could not get out of the elevator. He was trapped! He started to (74)_________, but no one heard him. Then Mr Coates remembered that Monday was a bank holiday in England. No one was going to come to work (75)_________ Tuesday! There was (76)_________ for Mr Coates to do. He had to wait until one of his coworkers came to work and found him. With nothing to eat (77)_________ drink, Mr Coates ended up (78)_________ for most of the time. Early on Tuesday morning, the vice president of the company came into work and found the elevator was not (79)_________. When the elevator was finally opened, Mr Coates came out cold, weak, and tired. He had been in the elevator for sixty-two hours! Now Mr Coates says, “I only use elevators if they have (80)_________ in them.” B) 阅读短文，并用括号内所给动词的适当形式填空。 An interesting thing (81)_________ (happen) to me last night. I (82)_________ (sit) in my room reading, when the phone (83)_________ (ring). Usually I (84)_________ (not run) to the phone quickly. But this time I (85)_________ (know) it was something important. The voice on the phone (86)_________(belong) to an old friend of mine from whom I (87)_________(not hear) for ten years. I said, “Let's meet tomorrow after I (88)_________
(finish) work. I can't wait to see what you (89)_________ (look) like now. I wonder if you (90)_________ (change).” However, suddenly our talk was interrupted. In vain I hoped he would ring back. IV. 句式转换(Sentence pattern transformation) (共10小题，计10分) A) 按要求转换下列句式，每空词数不限。 91. My aunt often does the shopping when she's free. (改为一般疑问句) __________________ your aunt often __________________ the shopping when she's free? 92.“Can I try on this skirt?” I asked the shopkeeper. (改为宾语从句) I asked the shopkeeper __________________ try on the skirt. 93. The old policeman made the young man move his car away from the front gate of the park. (改为被动语态) The young man _________ his car away from the front gate of the park by the old policeman. 94. The battery-operated slippers are used for seeing in the dark. (就画线部分提问) __________________ are the battery-operated slippers __________________? 95. His little sister did her homework and washed the clothes last night. (改为否定句) His little sister _________ did her homework _________ washed the clothes last night. B) 根据上句完成下句，使两句表达的意思基本相同，每空一词。 96. Our teacher stopped us from talking during the exam. Our teacher didn't _________ us _________ talk during the exam. 97. Where would you like to visit with your family this year? Where _________ you _________ _________ visit with your family? 98. They enjoyed themselves in the park last Sunday. They _________ a lot of _________ in the park last Sunday. 99. Work harder or you'll fail the exam. _________ you _________ work harder, you'll fail the exam. 100. Miss Gao went to London by air last week. Miss Gao _________ _________ London last week. V. 翻译(Translation) (共5小题，计10分) 借助所给词语将下列句子译成英语。 101. 你认为中学生应该做些什么来改善我们的环境？（think; improve） _______________________________________________________________________________ __ 102. 有些地方，沙滩上有了望塔，提醒人们水中有鲨鱼。（watchtowers; warn... about）
_______________________________________________________________________________ __ 103. 如果你想在网上看三亚的信息，请点击“三亚”按钮。（click on） _______________________________________________________________________________ __ 104. 那位电影明星以她精湛的演技而著名，而我父亲以写作而出名。（fine acting; while） _______________________________________________________________________________ __ 105. 噪声污染迫使人们更加高声地交谈并使得他们更容易恼火。（noise pollution; force... to） _______________________________________________________________________________ __ VI. 智力测试(IQ) (共5小题，计5分) 完成下列英语智力题。 106. How often do Christmas Day and New Year's Eve fall in the same year? _________ 107. From what number can you take half and leave nothing? _________ 108. If there are 3 apples and you take away 2, how many do you have? _________ 109. Friends are going swimming, shopping and hiking. What is each person going to do? Eric: I'm not going hiking. James: I'm not going swimming. Sue: The boys aren't going shopping. Kate: Sue is going swimming. ①Eric:_________ ②James:_________ ③Sue:_________ ④Kate:_________ 110. Police officers Andews (A), Brown(B) and Clark(C) were chasing Dick(D) and Ernie (E), the terrible twins. They ran into a building. No one could see everyone. Read the information and write A, B,C, D or E on the people in the plan. A could see B and E． D couldn't see A but B could see A． E couldn't see B and C． C could see D． B could see the door． VII. 写作(Writing) （共2小题，计25分， 其 中A题10分，B题15分）
要求：1. 根据所提供的内容，适当拓展想象空间，灵活地将提供的信息体现在文章中；2. 条理清楚，语句通顺，标点正确，书写清晰、规范；3. 不得少于规定的词数，其中A篇词数50 左右，B篇词数80左右。 A) 请根据下面的提示，以“My Favorite Kind of Clothes”为题，写一篇短文。 ● What kind of clothes do you wear? ● Why do you choose to wear these kind of clothes? ● What can clothes tell you about a person? My Favorite Kind of Clothes ________________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ _ B) Some people think that only cats and dogs make good pets. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Give reasons for your opinion. ________________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ _ ________________________________________________________________________________ _
笔试部分 I. 选择填空（Vocabulary and structure） 31—35 DBADC 36—40 DCADA 41—45 CBBDB 46—50 ACBDB II. 阅读理解（Reading comprehension） A) 51—55 BBCAB B) 56-60 DCDBC C) 61. In his plane. 62. They moved like saucers being thrown across the surface of water. 63. They were good luck lanterns. 64. 很多调查表明，我们当中至少有半数的人相信 在其他星球有智能生物的存在。 D) 65. Gray or green sunglasses. 66. Polarized sunglasses 67. mirror sunglasses E) 68. He started from Melbourne, Australia. 69. His guitar. 70. 在海上航行329天后，杰西 返回到了墨尔本的飞利浦海湾，在那里，有2万5千人等着欢迎他归来。 III. 完形填空（Cloze） A) 71. mind 72. dangerous 73. between 74. shout 75. until 76. nothing 77. or 78. sleeping 79. working 80. telephones B) 81. happened 82. was sitting 83. rang 84. don't run 85. knew 86. belonged 87. hadn't heard 88. finish 89. look 90. have changed IV. 句式转换（Sentence pattern transformation） A) 91. Does; do 92. if / Whether I could 93. was made to move 94. What; used for 95. neither; nor B) 96. allow; to 97. do; prefer to 98. had; fun 99. If; don't 100. flew to V. 翻译（Translation） 101. What do you think the middle school students should do to improve our environment? 102. In some places there are watchtowers on the beaches to warn people about sharks in the water. 103. If you want to get(see) information about Sanya on the Internet, please click on the “Sanya” button. 104. The film star is famous for her fine acting, while my father is famous as a writer. 105. Noise pollution forces people to talk louder and makes them become angry more easily. VI. 智力测试（IQ） 106. In every year. 107. The number 8. 108. 2. 109.① going swimming ② going hiking ③ going swimming ④ going shopping
110． VII. 写作（Writing） 参考范文 A) I like to wear causal clothes. I don't like to wear blouses or skirts. Instead, I prefer blue jeans and T-shirts. Most of the time I wear sneakers, but I also have some other comfortable causal shoes to wear on special occasions. I think these clothes show my personality because I am a casual person and I like people to feel relaxed around me. B) In my opinion, not only cats and dogs make good pets, goldfish make very good pets too! First of all, goldfish are beautiful to watch. They have lovely colors and it is really enjoyable to watch them swim. Furthermore, goldfish are quiet and don't need a lot of attention. They don't make any noise. They are not messy and you only have to change their water every two or three days. On the other hand, goldfish don't show any feelings, and you can't play with them. All in all, although having goldfish may not seem like a lot of fun, I believe that they are great pets!