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第一节:单项填空 1.Life is like ling race where we compete with others to go beyond ourselves. A.a; / B.a; the C.the; the D.the; / 2.You’d better take down all the key points the memory is still fresh in your mind. A.unless B.while C.before D.until 3.--- I guess you left the office hurriedly. You the working uniform. --- Oh, I forgot to change it. A.wear B.wore C.are wearing D.were wearing 4.Mr teacher always reminds me that under no circumstances abandon my learning goals once I set them. A.I would B.I should C.would I D.should I 5.Trading leather handbags is the business the Greens have been devoted over the past decade. A.what B.where C.in which D.to which 6 . Combining advanced technology with scientific management can an increase in production. A.make for B.make into C.make out D.make up 7.Before space travel, an astronaut must know it might feel like to stay in an imaginary environment. A.when B.what C.how D.that 8.Terry threw out his arm just in time to stop you falling down the stairs. Otherwise, I you black and blue all over now. A.see B.will see C.would see D.would have seen 9.The team is hoping to last year’s success but, of course, it depends on what kind of weather they’ll get. A.confirm B.equal C.continue D.guarantee 10.Food, in our society, is consumed for various reasons other than to satisfy hunger. A.casually B.especially C.partly D.simply 11.The student, when questioned whey he in the exam, just looked at the teacher and said nothing. A.cheats B.was cheating C.had cheated D.has cheated 12.As the discussion went on, we found what we were talking about got off the point, wandering away from the topic. A.present B.familiar C.original D.formal 13.Smilling, more often than not, is a good way to avoid any possible in our daily life. A.explanation B.debate C.fault D.conflict 14.The new bridge under construction, twice as long as the old one, is due to be completed next month. A.measures B.measuring C.measured D.to measure 15.--- What a day! Nothing seems to be going my way. --. Susan. You are killing yourself for all the work. A.Take it easy B.Go right ahead C.You deserve it D.Have great fun

第二节 完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) As a teaching student, I was sent on my first practicum(实习)at a local high school.

During my practicum, I found that the awful aspects of high school haven't changed since I was there. it can still be a place where 16 are made on different kids. Jess was a Year 10 student who always 17 her classmates, though she failed to be treated equally 18 . Kids constantly made fun of her. As a teacher, I felt it natural to 19 students like Jess, but I soon realized that there was only so much I could 20 do. Tyson, a band some Year 12 student, turned out to be 21 . He was always surrounded by others, 22 , be was a confident and popular young man. When the school 23 show came around, Jes s asked to perform a solo act. I was hesitant to 24 her to t ake the stage, fearing she might make herself the target of 25 . however, I knew that I would be 26 to say no on these grounds, 27 her name made it onto the list of performers. On the day of the show, the whole school 28 in the concert hall. The acts began and I was pleasantly surprised when each performance was greeted with 29 . Then, on the stage stood Jess, smiling broadly. The music started and, to my terror, she missed the first 30 of the song. She because nervous, sang in the wrong key and forgot her lyrics (歌词). The kids whispered and laughed. Jess looked 31 and was about to give up when something amazing happened. The sound of somebody 32 along to the beat began to rise above the crowd. I 33 and spotted Tyson. He was clapping his hands proudly. His friends were 34 and joined in. gradually the claps spread throughout the hall. As the song ended, the whole audience boiled. Jess’s smile that day is one I’ll never forget. Tyson made a difference to my life by rebuilding my faith in the 35 of youth. 16.A.conclusions B.decisions C.commitments D.judgments 17.A.comforted B.entertained C.respected D.inspired 18.A.in return B.for fear C.on purpose D.by chance 19.A.educate B.protect C.calm D.remind 20.A.frequently B.entirely C.logically D.actually 21.A.unique B.strange C.opposite D.typical 22.A.Obviously B.Similarly C.Hopefully D.Fortunately 23.A.fashion B.talent C.quiz D.talk 24.A.train B.encourage C.allow D.persuade 25.A.discussions B.laughs C.conversations D.thoughts 26.A.unfair B.uncertain C.conversations D.thought 27.A.yet B.also C.for D.so 28.A.remained B.gathered C.communicated D.performed 29.A.impressions B.comments C.activities D.cheers 30.A.accent B.dialogue C.line D.style 31.A.astonished B.embarrassed C.doubtful D.confused 32.A.applauding B.singing C.shouting D.dancing 33.A.looked up B.looked forward C.looked about D.looked out 34.A.guided B.supported C.accepted D.affected 35.A.goodness B.bravery C.motivation D.wisdom 第三部分:阅读理解 A LOS ANGELES,Feb 12-Whitney Houston, whose soaring voice lifted her to the top of the pop music world but whose personal decline was fueled by years of drug use, died on Saturday afternoon in a Beverly Hills hotel room. She was 48. The pop superstar died on the eve of the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles at the same hotel where

her mentor, record mogul Clive Davis, was holding an annual pre-event party featuring scores of music industry celebrities(名人). A dramatic scene unfolded at the Beverly Hilton hotel as guests arriving for the party expressed shock at her death, while reporters swarmed the hotel, fans gathered outside to light candles in her memory and helicopters hovered overhead. Beverly Hills police said they were called to the Beverly Hilton at around 3:43 p.m. PST, and fire department personnel who were already at the location responded immediately. Houston was in her fourth-floor room but was unresponsive to CPR, and she was pronounced dead at 3:55 p.m. "She has been positively identified by friends and family (who) were with her at the hotel, and next of kin have already been notified," Lieutenant Mark Rosen told reporters. Police said there were no obvious signs of criminal intent. Los Angeles County coroners removed Houston's body from the hotel after midnight through a backdoor to avoid the crush of media set up to cover her shocking death. Typically, coroners conduct an autopsy within a day or two, at which point they might release some preliminary information about the death. If drugs or alcohol are involved, however, an official cause of death would not be released until after toxicology(毒理学) tests, which could take six to eight weeks. Tributes poured in from around the world for a singer whose remarkable vocal power and range produced some of the most memorable music of her generation, including her signature hit, "I Will Always Love You." "I don't have to mask my emotion in front of a room full of so many dear friends," Davis told a somber crowd at his gala dinner and party just hours after Houston's death. "I am personally devastated by the loss of someone who has meant so much to me for so many years." Neil Portnow, president of the Recording Academy, which runs the Grammys, told the audience at Davis's party that Jennifer Hudson would sing a tribute to Houston at Sunday night's Grammy Awards."We will do something appropriate tomorrow, and nothing could be more appropriate than having Jennifer Hudson sing on stage for Whitney," Portnow said. "In our community, we celebrate things ... let's celebrate Whitney Houston." 36.We can learn from the first paragraph that . A.Whitney Houston died suddenly because of drug use. B.Whitney Houston’s profession was affected by drug use C.Whitney Houston had little potential in the pop music world D.Whitney Houston’s fame grew as she won the Grammy Awards 37.The underlined word “Tributes”(Paragraph 8) refers to the activities to show . A.honor B.sympathy C.amazement D. disappointment 38.What Neil Portnow said at Davis’s party implies that . A.Jennifer Hudson is likely to replace Houston in singing one day B.Houston was a singer of great influence in the pop world C.the Grammys are of little significance without Houston D.singing Houston’s songs is a good way to keep her memory alive B

39.For more information about the Beijing Dance Teacher position, you can . A.make a phone call B.send an email C.visit the website D.consult expert dancers 40.Considering the monthly salary, which position is the most attractive one? A.A part-time dance teacher in Beijing. B.A part-time English tutor is Shanghai. C.An English teacher at EF English First. D.A NET teacher of PELCC in Hong Kong. 41. If Linda, a retired English teacher aged 61 from New Zealand who has a master’s degree, hopes to find a job, she can send her resume to . A.EF English First B.PELCC C.English Tutor Service Agency D.Beijing International Dance Studio C Blogging may have psychological(心理的)benefits for teens suffering from social anxiety, improving their self-esteem(自尊) and helping them relate better to their friends, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association. "Research has shown that writing a

personal diary and other forms of expressive writing are a great way to release emotional distress and just feel better," said the study's lead author, Meyran Boniel-Nissim, PhD, of the University of Haifa, Israel. "Teens are online anyway, so blogging enables free expression and easy communication with others." Blogging has a stronger positive effect on troubled students' well-being than merely expressing their social anxieties and concerns in a private diary, according to the article published online in the APA journal Psychological Services?. Opening the blog up to comments from the online community intensified those effects. The researchers randomly surveyed high school students in Israel, who had agreed to fill out a questionnaire about their feelings on the quality of their social relationships. A total of 161 students -124 girls and 37 boys, with an average age of 15 -- were selected because their scores on the survey showed they all had some level of social anxiety or distress. All the teens reported difficulty making friends or relating to the friends they had. The researchers assessed the teens' self-esteem, everyday social activities and behaviors before, immediately after and two months after the 10-week experiment. Four groups of students were assigned to blog. Two of those groups were told to focus their posts on their social problems, with one group opening the posts to comments; the other two groups could write about whatever they wanted and, again, one group opened the blog up to comments. The number and content of comments were not evaluated for this experiment. The students could respond to comments but that was not required. Two more groups acted as controls -- either writing a private diary about their social problems or doing nothing. Participants in the writing and blogging groups were told to post messages at least twice a week for 10 weeks. Four experts, who held master's or doctoral degrees in counseling and psychology, assessed the bloggers' social and emotional condition via their blog posts. Students were assessed as having a poor social and emotional state if they wrote extensively about personal problems or bad relationships or showed evidence of low self-esteem, for example. Self-esteem, social anxiety, emotional distress and the number of positive social behaviors improved significantly for the bloggers when compared to the teens who did nothing and those who wrote private diaries. Bloggers who were instructed to write specifically about their difficulties and whose blogs were open to comments improved the most. All of these results were consistent at the two month follow-up. The authors conceded that the skewed(有偏向的) sex ratio was a limitation to the study. However, the researchers analyzed the results separately by gender and found that boys and girls reacted similarly to the interventions and there were no major differences. They said future research should attempt to control the subjects for sex. 42.What’s the function of “controls” (Paragraph 4) in the experiment? A.To write down some social problems in a private diary. B.To post messages to the blog and respond to comments. C.To help evaluate the number and content of blog comments. D.To offer a comparison for checking the experimental result. 43.From the experiment we can know that . A.writing private diaries makes no difference to the relief of one’s emotional stress B.teenagers opening their blogs up to comments have more psychological benefits C.the positive effects of expressing one’s emotions by blogging don’t last very long D.those describing bad relationships on blogs tend to develop more mental problems 44.What can be inferred from the last paragraph? A.The authors insisted that all the research findings were accurate.

B.Sex rate had been taken into account before the survey was conducted. C.The authors were intended to improve the experiment in the future. D.Similar reactions of boys and girls indicated the failure of the experiment. 45.What is the main idea of the passage? A.Blogging can help reduce social stress and anxiety. B.The research into blogging attracts public attention. C.Blogging provides a simple way for communication. D.Blog comments have a positive effect on teenagers. D It’s just a small, white envelope stuck among the branches of our Christmas tree. No name, no identification, no inscription. It has peeked through the branches of our tree for the past 10 years or so. It all began because my husband Mike hated Christmas -- oh, not the true meaning of Christmas, but the commercial aspects of it -- the overspending, the frantic running around at the last minute to get a tie for Uncle Harry and the dusting powder for Grandma -- the gifts given in desperation because you couldn't think of anything else. Knowing he felt this way, I decided one year to bypass the usual shirts, sweaters, ties, and so forth. I reached for something special just for Mike. The inspiration came in an unusual way. Our son Kevin, who was 12 that year, was wrestling(摔跤) at the junior level at the school he attended. Shortly before Christmas, there was a non-league match against a team sponsored by an inner-city church. These youngsters, dressed in sneakers so ragged that shoestrings seemed to be the only thing holding them together, presented a sharp contrast to our boys in their spiffy blue and gold uniforms and sparkling new wrestling shoes. As the match began, I was alarmed to see that the other team was wrestling without headgear, a kind of light helmet(头盔) designed to protect a wrestler's ears. It was a luxury the ragtag team obviously could not afford. Well, we ended up walloping them. We took every weight class. And as each of their boys got up from the mat, he swaggered around in his tatters with false bravado, a kind of street pride that couldn't acknowledge defeat. Mike, seated beside me, shook his head sadly, "I wish just one of them could have won," he said. "They have a lot of potential, but losing like this could take the hear t right out of them." Mike loved kids -- all kids -- and he knew them, having coached little league football, baseball, and lacrosse. That's when the idea for his present came. That afternoon, I went to a local sporting goods store and bought an assortment of wrestling headgear and shoes and sent them anonymously to the inner-city church. On Christmas Eve, I placed the envelope on the tree, the note inside telling Mike what I had done and that this was his gift from me. His smile was the brightest thing about Christmas that year and in succeeding years. For each Christmas, I followed the tradition -- one year sending a group of mentally handicapped youngsters to a hockey game, another year a check to a pair of elderly brothers whose home had burned to the ground the week before Christmas, and on and on. The envelope became the highlight of our Christmas. It was always the last thing opened on Christmas morning, and our children, ignoring their new toys, would stand with wide-eyed anticipation as their dad lifted the envelope from the tree to reveal its contents. As the children grew, the toys gave way to more practical presents, but the envelope never lost its allure. The story doesn't end there. You see, we lost Mike last year due to cancer. When Christmas rolled around, I was still so wrapped in grief that I barely got the tree up. But Christmas Eve found me placing an envelope on the tree, and in the morning it was joined by three more. Each of our children, unbeknownst to the others, had placed an envelope on the tree for their dad.
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The tradition has grown and someday will expand even further with our grandchildren standing around the tree with wide-eyed anticipation watching as their fathers take down the envelope. Mike's spirit, like the Christmas spirit, will always be with us. 46.Why did Mike get so bored with Christmas at first? A.People would pour into stores to blindly purchase gifts over Christmas. B.He wasn’t satisfied with the Christmas presents he had ever received. C.People couldn’t come up with any fantastic ideas for Christmas gifts. D.The true meaning of Christmas remained unchanged in people’s minds. 47.The writer mentions what the two te ams wore in Paragraph 4 in order to . A.show her pride in her children’s present living conditions B.explain the reason why her son’s team won the match C.reflect the financial difficulty of the inner-city church D.express the shock those lower-class teenagers brought her 48. What did Mike mean by saying “losing like this could take the heart right out of them” (Paragraph 6)? A.They didn’t care whether they could win the match or not. B.They didn’t acknowledge the defeat because of the unfairness. C.Being defeated in this way could make them lose confidence. D.Being defeated in this way could inspire them to train harder. 49.Mike’s bright smile at the note suggests . A.what his wife had done as against the Christmas spirit. B.he thought the very Christmas gift had real significance C.what was written on the note was easy to understand D.he was amused by the Christmas tradition of his family. 50.What happened at the first Christmas after Mike’s death? A.The writer asked her children to follow their family tradition. B.All the children stood around the Christmas tree with expectation. C.The writer removed the Christmas tree to avoid thinking of Mike. D.The children each put an envelope on the Christmas tree for their dad. 第四部分: 第一节 任务型读写(共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) A “Green” Christmas spirit is upon us this year and it seems like everyone is wondering which kind of Christmas tree serves eco-friendly the best this year. One of the concepts that I have seen this year is whether to purchase a real Christmas tree or an artificial tree. Which one is more “Green”? People are leaning in the wrong direction when they assume that the artificial Christmas tree poses less of a threat to the Earth. The truth of the matter is, if you have to have a tree this year(because the greenest option is no tree) the real tree is far more eco-friendly than the fake one. Why? Most of the artificial trees are made of PVC. Beyond the fact that the creation of PVC emits nasty gases into the atmosphere, this plastic is definitely not recyclable, which means that you should throw away artificial trees and bury them in land-and that is something that eco-conscious people want to steer away from. If you want to take your sustainable Christmas tree, find a local organic Christmas tree farm. They don’t use the harmful pesticides and chemicals. You will want to start thinking and planning ahead in order to locate the best place to purchase your “Green” Christmas tree. Don’t forget to figure out what you will do with your tree after the holiday is over as well. Here are some Earth-friendly ways to dispose of your real tree this year: 1)If you purchased the tree at an organic tree farm and you are sure that it wasn’t treated with

harmful chemicals, think about dumping it into s small lake or pond. It can offer a wonderful new play land for fish. 2)Most cities gather trees on a certain day after Christmas. Be sure to call your local township and ask them if and when they do this prior to the holidays. 3)You could replant it, however you will need to make sure that you choose the right tree and have enough roots to make this option work. Planning ahead is the key to hosting a Green Christmas this year. Map out where you will purchase your tree and where and how you will dispose of it prior to Christmas in order to achieve the most sustainable plans. You don’t have to go treeless to enjoy a Green Holiday Season…just make sure that you look into all of your options and choose the most sustainable option that is available in your area. Happy Holidays!

第二节:请你根据以下提示,结合生活中的一个事例,用英语写一篇短文。 Never be afraid of making mistakes. Factually, making progress is making mistakes. Mistake s reveal where success lies. 注意:(1)无须写标题,不得照抄英语提示语; (2)除诗歌外,文体不限; (3)文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称;


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Mistakes are unavoidable in life. But attitudes towards them may make a difference. I still remember how my spoken English improved. At the beginning, I always kept silent in oral class to avoid making mistakes. Before long my teacher knew about my situation. He encouraged me to speak out what I wanted to regardless of mistakes. Whenever I made mistakes and felt discouraged, my teacher and classmates would help me figure out how I could have avoided them. Practice makes perfect. With time going by, I built up my confidence, and now I can talk fluently in English. Just as the saying goes, every bean has its black. Don’t be afraid of making mistakes. Learn from them, and success is just awaiting us.

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