百校大联考 全国名校联盟 2016 届高三联考试卷（一）
考 生 注 意 ：
1.本试卷分第一卷（选择题）和第二卷（非选择题）两部分。满分 1 50 分，考试时间 1 20 分钟。 2.答题前，考生务必用直径 0. 5 毫 米 黑 色 墨 水 签 字 笔 将 密 封 线 内 项 目 填 写 清 楚 。 3.考生作答时，请将答案答在
答题卡上。第一卷每小题选出答案后，用 2 B 铅 笔 把 答 题 卡 上 对应题目的答案 标号涂黑；第二卷请用直径 0. 5 毫 米 黑 色 墨 水 签 字 笔 在 答 题 卡 上 各 题 的 答 题 区 域 内 作 答 无 效 。
第 一 卷 （ 共100 分 ）
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 1 0 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.How does the woman know about the weather tomorrow?
A. She checked the weather forecast on the Internet. B. She watched the weather forecast on television. C. She listened to the weather report on the radio.
2.Who does the woman want to call? A. Daniel. B. Drake.
C. James. C. At about 3：20
3.When can the man meet Professor White this afternoon? A. At about 2:10. B. At about 2:40.
4.Where did the man go last weekend? A. The nature reserve. B. The forest park.
C. The beach.
5.How will the speakers go home? A. By subway. B. By taxi.
C. By bus.
第 二 节 （ 共 15 小 题 ;每 小 题 1. 5 分 ， 满 分2 2 . 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。 第 6 段 材 料 ， 回 答 第6 、7 题 。
6.What is the man’s occupation? A. A doctor. B. A policeman. C. A firefighter.
7.Which of the following subjects is mentioned in the dialogue? A. Physics. B. Geography. C. Architecture.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 、9 题。
8.When will the plane take off? A. Before noon. 9.What will Mrs. Jones have? A. Coffee. B. Cakes. C. Breakfast.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 1 0 至 1 2 题。
A. Its brand and material.
B. In the afternoon.
C. In the evening.
10.What does the man consider first when choosing a suitcase?
B. Its size and style. C. Its price and color.
11.Why does the woman recommend the wallet? A.Because it’s on sale these days. B.Because it’s made of real leather. D.Because it’s popular and can be folded. 12.How much will the man pay for what he has bought in total? A. 580 yuan. B. 620 yuan. C. 700 yuan.
听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。
13.What does NPR refer to? A. A TV station. B. A newspaper. C. A radio station. 14.Where does the man mostly get the news from? A.The radio or the newspaper. B.The radio or the Internet. C.The Internet or the newspaper. 15.Which news is the man most interested in? A.Sports and economic news. B.Scientific and educational news. C.Entertainment and social news. 16.Where is Carey now? A. In Britain. B. In Japan, C. In America.
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。
17.When was the Hope Diamond discovered in India? A.In the 16th century. B.In the 17th century. C.In the 18thcentury. 18.Who bought the Hope Diamond in 1911? A.A rich American woman. B.A man called Henry Phillip Hope. C.A wealthy businessman from France. 19.How is the Hope Diamond being shown in the museum? A.Without its usual setting. B.On a long diamond chain. C.Among 16 small diamonds. 20.Why does the museum show the Hope Diamond? A.To try to sell it to someone. B.To let some experts to assess its value. C.To mark its fiftieth anniversary in the museum.
第二部分阅读理解（共两节，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 An overdue(逾期未还的）copy of “Gone -with the Wind ” has been returned to a high school library in Washington State, 65 years past its due date, and the grateful school said on Tuesday it was waiving(免除）late fees that at 2 cents a day added up to about $ 475. The long-overdue book was checked out of the library of a high school in the city of Spokane in 1949, and seemingly disappeared until it was found in Maine by a resident who offered to send it back to the school. “We， re delighted to have the book back, but we wonder where it has been, ” Lori Wyborney, principal of John R. Rogers High School, said of the 1946 reprint of “Gone With the Wind， ” which she estimates to be worth about $ 350. Wyborney got wind of the long-overdue library book in October, after Maine resident Wayne Hachey found it in his father’s cellar, with the library paperwork still in the cover. “Not sure how the book ended up on the East Coast， “Hachey wrote in a letter addressed to the school. “I，d be willing to ship the book back if this is the same school. ” Wyborney wrote back, promising to waive late fees. When the book arrived, school officials tried to look into how it had traveled across the country. A slip (小纸片）inside the cover said it was'checked out on Jan. 4, 1949, to Betty Mandershied, whose name is listed in the school’s 1949 yearbook. The school has two newer copies of the Civil War epic in its library, and several students have expressed interest in reading the novel since the older edition was returned, Wyborney said. 21.Why was the high school in Spokane grateful ? A. Because the overdue book was returned to its library. B.Because someone donated some books to its library. C.Because someone bought some old books for its library. D.Because one of its students helped find the overdue book. 22.How did Hachey know what place the book belongs to? A.From the notes the reader wrote in the book. B.From what the seller of the book said to him. C.From a graduation photo put in the book. D.From the library paperwork in the cover of the book. 23.As for the book, what was Hachey confused about? A.What the price of the book was. B.When the book was published. C.How it ended up on the East Coast. D.Why the book wasn’t returned on time. 24.Who once borrowed the book from the school library? A. Lori Wyborney. B. Betty Mandershied. C. Wayne Hachey. D. Wayne Hachey’s father. B Taj Mahal, Agra, India As many as 28 different varieties of semi-precious and precious stones were used to decorate the outside of the Taj Mahal. Construction of the Taj Mahal took around 20 years. The building，which was made from white marble from
the quarries(采石场〉of Rajasthan，appears pink in the morning, white in the day and golden in the moonlight. Completion time： 1653. Regular bus and train services connect New Delhi with Agra. Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, Akashi Strait, Japan It took 2 million workers 10 years to construct the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge. It connects the city of Kobe, on Japan ’ s mainland, with Iwaya on Awaji Island. Before it opened, the only way to get between the two cities was by ferry. However, severe storms often struck the waterway and when two ferries capsized ( 倾覆）in 1955, killing 168 people, public anger convinced the government of the need for a bridge. It's the longest suspension bridge in the world, with a length of 1,991 meters. Completion time ： April 5, 1998. The bridge is a short drive from Kobe Airport, Panama Canal, Panama More than 4. 5 million cubic yards of concrete were used in the construction of this canal’s locks and dams. The Panama Canal is a 77-kilometer (47-mile) long waterway that connects the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The earth and rubble excavated to make way for it was enough to bury Manhattan to a depth of four meters. A series of locks allows ships to pass through the water. And each of the moveable lock doors weighs 750 tons. Completion time： January 7, 1914. The Panama Canal is best explored by organized boat tour. Panama City ’s Tocumen International Airport is the nearest airport. Grand Canyon Skywalk, Arizona The Skywalk’s foundation is strong enough to support 71 million pounds , Located 1,219 meters above the Colorado River, the Grand Canyon's Sky Walk consists of one million pounds of steel and 83,000 pounds of glass. It was the creation of Las Vegas businessman David Jin, who approached the Hualapai Tribe with the idea of a glass walkway over the Grand Canyon in 1996. The Sky walk was assembled on site, with the drilling alone taking over a year to complete. Completion time： March 28, 2007. The nearest airports are Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport or the Las Vegas Airport. It takes around two hours to drive to the Sky walk from Las Vegas, but organized
tours from the city are also available. 25.Which of the following is in Asia and took about 20 years to build? A. The Taj Mahal. B. The Panama Canal. C. The Akashi Kaikyo Bridge. D. The Grand Canyon Skywalk. 26.How can tourists get to the Grand Canyon Skywalk? A.They can drive there from Agra. B.They can take a train from Panama City. C.They can drive there from Las Vegas. D.They can take a bus from Kobe Airport. 27.We learn from the passage that . A.the Taj Mahal looks golden in the morning and white in the day. B.the Grand Canyon Skywalk is mainly made of stone and steel. C.the Panama Canal is a 77-mile-long waterway connecting two oceans. D.the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in the world. C We all know that exercise is good for your health. But some kinds of exercise may be better than others. Running, for example, may help to protect against heart disease and other health problems. Running may also help you live longer. Researchers say it is not important how far you run. It also does not matter how fast or even how often you run. As advertisements for the running shoe Nike say, “just do it.， ’ Recently, researchers studied more than 55,000 adults. About one-fourth of the adults reported
they ran regularly. The study found these runners were considerably less likely than non-runners to die of any form of disease, including heart disease. In fact, the runners lived, on average, three years longer than the non-runners. This study lasted 15 years. During that time, more than 3， 400 of the individuals died. About 1,200 of the deaths were linked to heart disease，a heart attack or stroke(中 风）. One of the researchers is a man named D. C. Lee. He is an assistant professor of kinesiology, or the science of movement, at Iowa State University. Compared to non-runners, he says, runners showed a much lower risk of dying from some diseases. “Compared to nonrunners, runners showed 30 percent lower risk of death by any causes, including heart attack, stroke or cancer. Also, runners compared to non-runners showed 45 percent lower risk of death by cardiovascular(心血管的） disease， including heart attack and stroke. ” D. C. Lee and the other researchers found that speed, distance and how often one runs made little difference in reducing the risk of death. The runners in the study averaged between 10 and 16 kilometers per hour. Mr. Lee says slower runners, and those who only ran once or twice a week, were helped nearly as much as those who ran faster and further. “And also we looked at the running over time and we found that persistent runners—over I think six years— they showed the biggest benefits, as well. ” To stay healthy, doctors suggest that adults up to age 65 do 150 minutes of moderate exercise every week. They say these individuals need 75 minutes of vigorous exercise, like running, every week for good health. 28.What can be the best title for the passage? A. The secrets to living healthily C. The causes of some diseases B. Let’s run faster and further D. For a longer life, go running
29.Which of the following is true about the research? A.The runners lived, on average, four years longer than the non-runners. B.Runners showed 30 percent lower risk of death by any causes than non-runners. C.Among over 55,000 adults，about one-third of the adults ran regularly. D.During the 15 years of study, more than 3,400 of the individuals died of heart disease. 30.What does the fourth paragraph mainly tell us? A.How can people improve their speed of running ? B.How can people increase their distance of running? C.What ways of running can benefit people’s health? D.What surroundings should people run in for their health? 31.What is most likely to be talked about in the paragraph that follows? A. Measures to cure heart disease. B. Some tips for safe running. C. Ways to build up one’s body. D. How to participate in a match. D The recent capsizing(倾 覆 ）of Eastern Star，with 454 people on board, will not affect cruise(乘 船 游 览 ）ship tourism in China in the long term，but may have an immediate fallout (附 带 影 _)，an analyst says. On June 1，the ship sank in the Yangtze River in Central China’s Hubei province, in the face of a fierce storm, killing all but 12 people aboard. According to Zhang Lingyun, the deputy dean of tourism college at Beijing Union University, the ship capsized owing “mainly to rare weather conditions”. “But the public needs time to put the tragedy behind, so there might be a short-term fallout from it. ”
Ctrip, a major Chinese online travel agency, has received some requests from customers seeking to cancel their bookings on cruise ships after the incident. More than 50 tourists canceled their planned cruises, says Huang He, general manager of Xiyanghong Travel Agency in Suzhou in eastern China’s Jiangsu province. His company expects more people to withdraw (撤 销 ）from such trips in the coming days. The Nanjing branch of Shanghai Xiehe Travel Agency, which organized the river excursion (游 览 ） of the capsized Eastern Star, canceled its next cruise, which was to start on June 15. The private company said another trip, set for June 17，might also be canceled. The cruise business in China is developing very fast as more Chinese take to this mode of luxury travel. Last year, more than 220 cruise ships set sail from Shanghai alone, with approximately 1. 2 million passengers, according to the annual report on China ’s cruise industry, prepared by Shanghai Center for International Cruise Economic Research, an industry body. Most river cruise routes are between Hubei province ’s Yichang to Chongqing on the Yangtze River, says Chen Caiyin，public affairs manager of Ctrip's Beijing office. “We still have guests signing up for the cruise trip at the moment,” Chen says, adding that Ctrip has a procedure to refund money if their customers wish to cancel their cruise trip. Many travel agencies still offer tourism products on the Yangtze River. A five-day cruise on the river costs around 2，000 yuan ($ 322) at present—the usual price has not been changed after the tragedy, Chen says. 32.What can be the main idea of the news report? A.Cruise ship tourism in China is increasing rapidly. B.Long-term cruise business unlikely upset by Eastern Star tragedy. C.Tourism products offered by travel agencies on the Yangtze River. D.Eastern Star sank in the Yangtze River in Central China’s Hubei province. 33.The ship overturned mainly due to . A. unusual weather conditions B. its hitting something in the river C. its traveling at too fast a speed D. the overload of too many passengersWhich of the 34.Which of the following phrases can replace the underlined word “refund ” in Para. 5? A. Put out. B. Take on. C. Turn over. . D. Give back. 35.The passage tells us that
A.Ctrip is a major Chinese shipping company B.there were 466 people on board when the ship capsized C.Most river cruise routes are between Wuhan to Chongqing D.A travel agency in Nanjing organized the cruise of the Eastern Star 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人空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 We all get 24 hours in a day. 36 Its because they know how to optimize(最优化） their day for better performance. There are five things the most productive people are willing to follow and they think they are important. 1. 37 Just take a look at how Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg almost wear the same shirts everyday. They will not waste their willpower(意志力)and time in deciding what clothing to wear. They know it won’t matter in the long term. Focus on the things that will actually help you in the long term as soon as possible. 2.They see the hardest tasks as top priority. They know their willpower is at it’s highest as soon as they wake up and they use that to their advantage by dealing with the toughest tasks first. Productive people also know that putting off the
hardest things for last will become a habit and carry over to other areas of their life. Don ’t do the easy things first. 38 3.They see learning how to learn as an important skill to master. The most productive people know that continual learning is important for their own personal success. Highly productive people take learning a step further and implement( 执行） memorization techniques to help them retain more information. 4.They see even the worst days as days to make the right choices. Productive people find ways to get their work done regardless of whether they feel like doing it or their circumstances. 39 Highly productive people stay focused on the longterm result and not on short-term relief. 5.They see the value in getting help from other people. 40 Bill Gates said he never did anything alone. You can’t do everything yourself. Put as much focus as you can on the high priority tasks that generate the most results. A.They recognize the limits of their knowledge. B.Yet some people seem to accomplish so much more. C.They see the long-term effect of every little thing they do through the day. D.Save the easy tasks for last when your willpower has gone down and you are tired. E.The process of getting where you want to be or finishing work will not always be smooth sailing. F.Highly productive people don’t waste time doing things they could get someone else to do. G.They see the benefits of thinking deeply and seriously everyday and routine breaks. 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。 When Benjamin LaBrot was in second grade in Southern California, he told his class that when he grew up, he wanted to be both a doctor and a marine( 海洋的）biologist. His teacher told him he had to 41 one，but he was determined to 42 his love of the ocean with his desire to help people. He started achieving his 43 in junior high school, when he worked on sport and commercial fishing boats and the Marine Science Floating Laboratory vessel (船）as a research diver. This led him to become certified as an emergency medical technician and a scuba dive buddy (伙伴）for divers with paraplegia, quadriplegia (四肢瘫痪）or blindness. 44 his schooling 9 he and his peers went on with personal medical missions in the developing countries. After college he moved to Ireland and joined in the global medicine program at the Royal College of Surgeons(爱尔兰皇家外科医学院）. It was on one particular mission to Tanzania in 2006 that he 45 found his calling(天 职）. With a backpack full of 46 , he set up a clinic under a tree in a lonely and poor village in the Serengeti, A line of 50 patients 47 , all of them with 48 illnesses from tuberculosis to malaria to common colds. . It was not long, however, 49 the supplies in his backpack were used up and the line had only grown longer. 50 and driven to tears by the 51 that he would have to leave patients untreated, he 52 then and there that he would never leave a patient untreated, no matter what the 53 In 2008, the group Floating Doctors was established with the 54 to bring medical relief to 55 coastal communities around the world With the realization that approximately 80 percent of the world ’s population live within 5 miles of the coast and that 56 to the poorest communities is often best attained by waterways, the group decided to buy a 76-foot sailboat, called “The Southern Wind. ” LaBrot now had “a much bigger backpack” and would never 57 supplies again. With his sister Sky LaBrot — then a Hollywood restaurant and club opener — and a handful of
volunteers, they 58 “The Southern Wind” with 25, 000 pounds of medical supplies and set sail for their first medical mission in 2010 ： Part of the coast of Haiti was affected by the cholera epidemic (传染病）that 59 the tragic earthquake. In roughly three months they set up 35 mobile 60 and treated 2,500 patients. 41.A, order B. fetch C.choose 42.A. press B.refuse C. interrupt 43. A, goals B. rights C. signs 44. A. Throughout B. Upon C. Against 45. A. abstractly B. bravely C. nervously 46. A. food B. instruments C. medicine 47. A. remarked B. formed C. complained 48. A. various B, primary C. active 49. A. if B. since C, unless 50. A. Thrilled B. Curious C. Heartbroken 51. A. law B. reform C. strength 52. A. decided B. regretted C. wondered 53. A. occupation B. circumstance C. tradition 54. A. mission B. instruction C. accumulation 55. A. wealthy B. lively C. valid 56. A. risk B. pride C. control 57. A. hold on to B. run out of C. make up for 58. A. loaded B. counted C. advocated 59. A. broke down B. appealed to C. made for 60. A. stores B.restaurants C. clinics
D. deliver D. combine D. theories D. Below D. truly D. documents I), left D. deadly D. before D. Confused D. fact D. forgot D, secret D. explanation D. remote D. access D. put up with D. compared D. resulted from D. garages
第二卷（共 50 分）
第二节（共 10 小题;每小题 1.5 分 ， 满 分15 分） 阅读下列材料：在空白处填人适当的内容（1 个单同）或用括号内单词的正确形式。 As I was making my way to the coffee shop，I noticed an old man 61 was poorly dressed sitting on a bench nearby. I knew from first sight that he was in need of some kind of help. He had a little lunch stretched out in front of him and was wholeheartedly enjoying it. Then I joined the line and waited 62 (serve) . There was a young man in front of me. He handed the waitress a twenty-dollar bill and requested a glass of orange juice as well 63 a favour . The 64 (puzzle) waitress looked at the young man, not 65 (complete) understanding the request. The young man asked her to give the juice and the change to 66 old man eating his lunch outside on the bench. The waitress said she 67 (give ) them to the old man as he had told her to. Afterwards, there was a wonderful exchange between the waitress and the old man in need of some attention. I only wish I had a photo 68 (take) to record the smiles on both of their faces. As I was thinking about this event later on, I wondered 69 the young man didn’t just perform this act of kindness 70 (he) . I suspect that it is because in his heart he hoped that this act of kindness might inspire others to do something for this old man, too. 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） 假定英语课上老师要求同学们交换修改作文， 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（A )，并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 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 处起)不计分。 Last Saturday, I went to the museum with some of my classmate. We got up early and started at 8 o’clock. We went there by bike because the museum was only five kilometers away from our school. It was sunny and warm that day.About 20 minutes late, we arrived at the
museum. There were lots of people at the gate,most of whom were students. After wait for ten minutes, the museum opened. Then we learned a lot. I took the entered the museum, in that we saw so much old and interesting things. And there was aguide explaining us those things . We all listened carefully but we number of photos there, and it was really an unforgettably day. The visit to the museum was lasted for about two and a half hours and we benefited a lot from it. 第二节书面表达（满分 25 分） 假如你是高三学生李华，你的美国网友 John 想知道你是否有熟悉的学生参加今年的高考。 他想了解该生今年 的高考的情况和其想法。请根据下列要点给 John 回复一封电子邮件，介绍 你的朋友吴磊的情况。要点如下： 1.在高考中发挥出色，取得了很高的分数，他的付出终于得到了回报;2.已经被北京一所重 点大学录取，9 月 3 日或 4 日到学校报到注册。9 月 5 日开始军训，持续大约半个月；3.吴磊对 他的大学生涯的看法:①考上大学 是人生一个新的起点，他将珍惜这段时光，继续努力，获取更 多知识，掌握更多的技能；②积极参加学校组织 的活动和一些有益的社会实践活动；5.你对未 来大学生涯的看法
注意：1.词数 100 左右，开头和结尾已给出，不计入总同数； 2.可适当增加细节，以使行文连贯； 3.参考词汇：报到注册 register。
Dear John， I have received your email. In it you want to know about a student who attended this year ’s college entrance examination. Well, I would like to tell you something about Wu Lei， who is familiar to me and who is also my good friend. All the best to you!
Yours, Li Hua
全国名校联盟 2016 届高三联考试卷（一）?英语 参考答案、提示及评分细则
(Text 1) M： I hope it'll be fine tomorrovv. rm going boating with Bill. W： Oh, I think it will be fine. M： Did you watch the weather forecast on TV or listened to it on the radio?
W ： Neither. I checked it on the Internet. (Text. 2) W： Hi, James! It's me, Diane. Oh, Im so glad I caught you. I was just talking to Drake, and ... M： I，m sorry. But I think you dialed the wrong number. My name is Daniel, (Text 3) Ms Can I see you at ten past two this afternoon, Professor White? I would like to discuss something with you. W： I will be giving a lecture to the students then so I can meet you around half an hour later ， at about twenty to three. (Text 4) W :Did you pay a visit to the forest park last weekend? M： No. We were supposed to go to the beach but eventually we went to the nature reserve instead. (Text 5) W ： The last bus left five minutes ago. Call a taxi? M： A taxi? Don’t know how far away our home is? But I don’t want to wait，either. Let,s take the subway instead. W：AI1 right. (Text 6) W ： What do you do and where do you work? M: a firefighter. I work in North Carolina of the US. W ： What time does your workday begin and end? M： I start at 8:00 in the morning and work until 8:00 the next morning. Then I have a clay off. If I get a call early or late. Then I work overtime. W ： What kind of clothes do you wear to work? M ： I wear a blue work uniform. I also have a dress uniform that is for special occasions. W ： How about your training? M： I do a lot of training together with other firefighters, W ： What subjects are important to your job? M： Just about everything, including chemistry， math， physical education， social skills, geography and computer skills. (Text 7) W： It's really kind of you to come to see me off，Mr. Wang. M； With pleasure，Mrs. Jones. I'm sorry you can’t stay in China a little while longer. W： I，m sorry, too. I'm very grateful for your kindness during my stay here. M： It was nothing at all. What’s your flight number? W： It’s Flight No. 104, China Eastern Airlines. My plane is scheduled to take off at 2 ： 30 pm. M： Then you still have a couple of hours left. How about having some refreshmentvs in this coffee bar? W ： That would be nice. M： What would you like to have, Mrs. Jones? W： Coffee, please. M： And how about some cakes? W ： No 9 thanks. I had a very late breakfast. (Text 8) W ： Anything I can do for you, sir?
M： Yes. I am looking for a suitcase. First of all, I am concerned about its size and style. W ： What style do you like? Do you want a large size or a medium size? M： This style，medium size, please. Are they all made of real leather? W： No. Some of them are made of artificial leather, and some are made of real leather. How about this one? It’s made of real leather, M： Oh, no. It's too small. W ： And how about this one? M： Er ? ? ? Let me see if it can hold all the stuff in the two bags. A single suitcase is easier to handle than two bags. W： Yes, please try. M： Oh! It's so great. I’ll take it. How much is it? W ： 580 yuan. M： And I d like to buy a wallet. W ： What size? What about this one? It is very popular. M： Have you got a smaller one? W： Actually, it can be folded in this way. It，s small now . M： That’s great. What’s the price of it? W： 120 yuan each. M： OK. I'll take both the suitcase and the wallet. (Text 9) W： Hi, Carey, do you follow the news every day? M： Sometimes. W ： How do you follow the news? M： Well, here in Japan, mostly on the radio or the Internet. W： Oh, really? OK, what radio station? M： NPR，which is short for National Public Radio. W ： OK. And what Internet website do you listen to? M： Well，usually it is just AP news，BBC news or whatever. W ： What kind of news do you like best? M： I like all kinds of news but my favourite news is about sports and economics. W： OK. How much of the news do you think is true? M： I don，t know. That's a tough question because there are so many journalists. The stories made into papers tend to be accurate 9,but unfortunately some people leak information that is untrue to influence public opinions. So you have to consider why that news story is made public. W ： Yeah. How do most people in the States get news? M： I think most people in the States get news from TV and from the main broadcasting stations, the evening news and so on. W ： OK. Thanks Carey. (Text 10 ) The Hope Diamond is one of the largest and most famous jewels in the world. For fifty years, it has been in the collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington，D. C. To mark this anniversary，the museum is showing the forty-five-carat blue diamond for the first time without its usual setting. Visitors can now see the Hope Diamond in all its natural beauty. The Hope Diamond has a long and rich history. It was formed over a billion years ago far beneath the
Earth's surface. Its rare blue color comes from small amounts of the element boron. The stone was discovered in a mine in India during the 17th century. It was more than one hundred carats in weight. In 1668, the stone was sold to the ruler of France, King Louis the Fourteenth* A few years later, the king’s jeweler recut the stone to a weight of about sixty-seven carats. The stone was later iost during the French Revolution. A recut version of this blue diamond later reappeared in England. Different families and jewelry experts have owned the stone over the years. The diamond received its name from one of its 19th century owners, Henry Phillip Hope. A wealthy American woman named Evalyn Walsh McLean bought the Hope Diamond in 1911. During her ownership the stone was placed in a setting surrounded by 16 small white diamonds on a long diamond chain. 参考答案 1 -5 ACBAA 6 -10 CBBAB 11 -15 CCCBA 16 -20 BBAAC 21.A 事实判断题。根据第一段：Am overdue copy of “Gome with the Wind" has been returned to a high school library? ? ? , and the grateful school said on Tuesday it was waiving(免除）late fees that at 2 cents a day added up to about $ 475 可知答案。 22.D 推理判断题。根据第三段： ? ? ? after Maine resident Wayne Hachey found it in his father's cellar， with the library paperwork still in the cover 和 I’d be willing to ship the book back if this is the same school 可推 出答案。 23.C 事实判断题。根据第三段： “Not sure how the book ended up on the East Coast,” Hachey wrote in a letter addressed to the school 可知答案。 24.B 细节理解题。根据第四段：A slip (小纸片）inside the cover said it was checked out on Jan. 4，1949, to Betty Mandershied, whose name is listed in the school’s 1949 yearbook 可知答案。 24.A 事实判断题。根据第一个广告第二段第一句可知答案。 25.C 事实判断题。根据第四个广告：It takes around two hours to drive to the Skywalk from Las Vegas 可知 答案。 26.D 事实判断题。根据第二个广告：It’s the longest suspension bridge in the world 可知答案。 28.D 标题猜测题。根据全文如开头：Running，for example, may help to protect against heart disease and other health problems 以及后文叙述跑步研究的方式和过程以及结论等可知答案。 29.B 细节理解题。根据第三段：Compared to non-runners, runners showed 30 percent lower risk of death by any causes 可得答案。 30.C 段落大意题。根据第四段针对跑步者跑步的速度、距离：时间和持续性对健康的作用和益处可知答案。 31.B 篇章结构题。根据 B 项前文没有提到，而且与文章主旨紧密相连，可知答案。其佘三项与文章主旨关系 不大。 32.B 主旨大意题。根据全文如开头：The recent capsizing of Eastern Star，with 454 people on board, will not affect cruise ship (游轮）tourism in China in the long term 可知答案。 33.A 事实判断题。根据第二段：the ship capsized owing “mainly to rare weather conditions”可得答 案。 34.D 词意猜测题。根据发生的沉船事故，可知“如果顾客期望取消他们的游轮之旅，可以退款给他们”，所以 此 处应该是“退还”的意思。 35.D 事实判断题。根据第三段：The Nanjing branch of Shanghai Xiehe Travel Agency, which organized the river excursion(游览）of the capsized Eastern Star 可得答案。 36 -40 BCDEF 41.C 他的老师告诉他他不得不选择其一。 42.D 但是他决心把对海洋的爱和渴望帮助人们结合起来。
43.A 在上初中的时候，他就开始实现他的目标。 44.A 自始至终在他接受教育期间，他和他的同龄人在发展中国家继续他们个人的医疗使命。 45.D 是一次在 2006 年到坦桑尼亚执行特殊的使命时，让他真正发现了他的天职。 46.C 双肩背包里装满了药品，他在塞伦盖蒂平原的一个荒凉和贫穷的村庄的树下建起了一个诊所。 47.B 50 个病人排成了一队。 48.A 他们都患有从肺结核到疟疾再到普通的感冒等各种各样的病。 49.D 然而,不久背包里的药品供给就被用光了，而且排的队变得更长了。 50.C 他将不得不留下一些没有治疗的病人的这个事实让他心碎,并被逼留下了眼泪。 51.D 解析见上文。 52.A 当场,他决定不论发生什么倩况，他将不留下一位未经治疗的病入。 53.B 解析见上文。 54.A 在 2008 年，带着把医疗救助带到世界上遥远的沿海社区的使命，Floating Doctors 这个团队建立了。 55.D 解析见上文。 56.D 经常是通过水路最容易进入最贫穷的社区。 57.B 现在 LaBrot 有“一个大得多的背包了”,而且再也不会用完医药用品的供给了。 58.A 他们给 The Southern Wind 这条帆船装上了 25,000 磅医药用品的供给。 59.D 海地沿岸部分地区受到地震灾难引起的霍乱传染病的影响。 60.C 在大约三个月内，他们建立了 35 个移动诊所。 61.who/that 62. to be served 63. as 64. puzzled 65. completely 66, the 67. would give 68. taken 69. why 70. himself 短文改错 Last Saturday, I went to the museum with some of my classmate. We got up early and started at 8 classmates o'clock. We went there by bike because the museum was only five kilometers away from our school. It was sunny and warm that day. About 20 minutes late，we arrived at the museum. There were lots of people at the gate, most of later whom were students. After wait for ten minutes, the museum opened. Then we entered the museum in waiting that we saw so much old and interesting things. And there was a guide explaining 八 us those things . which many and really an unforgettably day. The and unforgettable we benefited a lot from it. 书面表达 One possible version ： Dear John， I have received your email. In it you want to know about a student who attended this year ’s college entrance examination. Well，I would like to tell you something about Wu Lei, who is familiar to me and who is also my good friend. Wu Lei did quite well in the examination and he got a very high score in it. His efforts paid off in the end. He has been admitted to a key university in Beijing. According to the admission notice ， he will a visit to the museum lasted for about two and a half hours and to We all listened carefully but we learned a lot. I took the number of photos there, and it was
get to the university to register on September 3 or 4. Then he will participate in military training, which will last about half a month. Wu Lei thinks entering college is a new start of his life and he will treasure this period of time and keep on working hard to acquire more knowledge and master more skills^ Also, he will take part in both the activities organized by the university and some beneficial social practical activities. In my opinion，the college career is a period when students should not only concentrate on their studies but also learn how to get on well and cooperate with others. During the time they should also build up their correct outlook on the world and life. All the best to you! Yours’ hi H ua