满分 150 分，考试时间 120 分钟 I 听力(共两节，满分 l5 分) 第一节听力理解(2 段，共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 l0 分) 听第一段对话，回答第 1-2 题 1. Why didn’t Lucy go to the party last night? A. She was
ill. B. Some relatives visited her. C. She was busy working. 2. Who is going to study abroad? A. Lucy B. Lucy’s nephew C. Lucy’s sister 听第二段对话，回答第 3-5 题 3. Where will the woman work during the holiday? A. At a job centre B. At a gas station C. At a college 4. How much will the man earn if he works at a college for 8 hours? A. $40. B.$64. C. $120. 5. What does the man want to do? A. Work as an assistant. B. Work as a librarian. C. Work as a volunteer. 第二节听取信息(共 5 小题；每小题 l 分，满分 5 分) 听下面一段独自。请根据题目要求，从所听到的内容中获取必要的信息，填入 答题卡标号为 6～10 的空格中。听录音前，你将有 10 秒钟的阅题时间，录音读两 遍。你将有 60 秒钟的作答时间。 Chopsticks （筷子） History ? A history of at least _____6________. ? Introduced to our neighbor______7_____ such as Korea, Japan and Vietnam 1,000 years ago. Functions (功能) ? Picking up, moving , _____8_______ and digging ? Unique tableware They are usually made of bamboo Silver chopsticks are regarded as _____9_____ ____10______ chopsticks are a symbol of royalty （皇室） and luxury.（奢华） Ⅱ 语言知识及应用 (共两节，满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空 (共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 11—25 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中， 选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 When I was in Germany, one day at Christmas-time I went to a post office to send a letter. To my ___11___，I found people queuing (排队) some paces away from the person at the savings deposit window. Why so? Each did his business __12___ but the line never moved a step __13___. I was very curious, so I walked to the window to find out the cause. There was a notice on which was written “Thank you for your __14___for other's privacy（私隐）”— a polite__15___to keep people away from nosing into (打听，探问) other's ___16___ (money matters are regarded as privacy in Western countries). I was deeply impressed by the Materials and types ? ? ?
__17__ and stayed a while to watch: they were waiting so __18__ at a distance that they seemed quite used to the practice. The __19__ thing happened at a public telephone box. Those waiting for their turns always kept their distance — enough to be out of __20__ . It's another typical example!? From then on I __21__ to watch their ways of doing things, manners, treatment shown to others. And I found the Germans always mindful of other's privacy. They ___22____ putting others in an embarrassing (窘迫) situation. For instance, they never __23__ about age, incomes or the place to buy such a coat, nor would they comment on the others or jewelry others wore. Their laws__24___ reading diaries or opening letters without permission. That shows __25__matters are not allowed to be disturbed． 11. A. sorrow B. anger C. delight D. surprise 12. A．in secret B. with care C. in turn D. in joke 13. A. slower B. nearer C. farther D. longer 14. A. care B. respect C. help D. search 15. A. voice B. advice C. warning D. sentence 16. A. pockets B. savings C. needs D. affairs 17. A. word B. sight C. people D. matters 18. A. honestly B. anxiously C. nervously D. calmly 19. A. interesting B. strange C. same D. different 20. A. sight B. hearing C. touch D. question 21. A. went on B. took care C. paid attention D. took charge 22. A. disliked B. liked C. loved D. started 23. A. asked B. heard C. worried D. learned 24. A. appreciate B. stop C. hate D. forbid 25. A. public B. personal C. small D. important 第二节：语法填空（共 15 题，每小题 1 分，满 15 分） 根据句子结构的语法性， 在空格处填入一个适当的词或使用括号中词语的适当 形式填空，并将答案填写在答卷上标号为 26-40 的相应位置上。 26. Children show great __________ (curious) in everything. 27. It is known to us that doing eye exercise is _________ to your eyes.(benefit) 28. She needs to make an __________ to her teacher for being late. (apologize) 29. My brother is looking forward to ___________ (go) to the Great Wall during the summer holidays. 30. They don’t permit me _________(park) in front of the shop. 31. --- Someone is knocking at the door. Please go and see who it is. --- It __________ be Xiao Li. He has gone abroad. 32. In fact he did not understand the three questions ___________ were asked in French. 33. The rain lasted for a week, __________ caused much trouble to the people. 34. He thought the party was _________ success. 35. This song reminds me __________ my hometown. 36. _________ is a fact that the summer is becoming longer and longer. 37. I am ______ I am. 38. I sent you an email, _________ (hope) to get further information.
39. I won't have them _________ (waste) their time in this way. 40. He ___________ (lie) on the ground, looking into the sky. III、阅读(共两节，满分50分) 第一节：阅读理解（共20小题；每小题2分，满分40分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 A “ Fire! Fire!” What terrible words to hear when one wakes up in a strange house in the middle of the night! It was a large, old, wooden house and my room was on the top floor. I jumped out of bed, opened the door and stepped outside the house. There was full of thick smoke. I began to run, but as I was still only half-awake, instead of going towards the stairs I went in the opposite direction. The smoke grew thicker and I could see fire all around. The floor became hot under my bare feet. I found an open door and ran into a room to get to the window. But before I could reach it, one of my feet caught in something soft and I fell down. The thing I had fallen over felt like a bundle of clothes, and I picked it up to protect my face from the smoke and heat. Just then the floor gave way under me and I crashed to the floor below with pieces of burning wood all around me. I saw a doorway in fire, then I put the bundle over my face and ran. My feet burned me terrible, but I got through. As I reached the cold air outside, my bundle of clothes gave a thin cry, I nearly dropped it in my surprise. Then I was in a crowd gathered in the street. A woman in a night-dress and a borrowed man’s coat screamed as she saw me and came running madly. She was the Mayor’s wife, and I had saved her baby. 41. When the fire arose in the middle of the night, the author was _______. A. at home B. sleeping C. sitting in bed D. both A and B 42.The author saved the baby _____. A. because he was very brave. B. because he liked the baby very much. C. but he just happened to save it. D. because it was the Mayor’s baby. 43. He ran in the wrong direction because he _______. A. was a stranger there B. could see nothing C. was not completely awake D. Both A and C 44.He put the bundle over his face and ran in order to ______. A. save the baby B. call for help C. protect his face D. run quickly 45. Form which group of words, we can learn the fire took place out of people’s surprise? A. old and wooden house, a bundle B. crashed to, fell down C. terrible, half-awake D. bare feet, a borrowed man’s coat B Mark twain tells a boy’s story in The Adventure of Huckleberry Finn. Huck is a poor child, without a mother or home. His father drinks too much alcohol and always beats him. Huck’s situation has freed him from the restriction of society. He explores in the woods and goes fishing. He stays out all night and does not go to school. He smokes.
Huck runs away from home. He meets Jim, a black man who has escaped from slavery( 奴隶制 ). They travel together on a raft( 木筏 ) made of wood down the Mississippi River. Mark twain started writing “Huckleberry Finn” as a children’s story. But it soon became serious. The story tells about the social evil of slavery, seen through the eyes of an innocent child. Huck’s ideas about people were formed by the white society in which he lived. So, at first, he does not question slavery. Huck knows that important people believe slavery is natural, the law of God. So, he thinks it is his duty to tell Jim’s owners where to find him. Later, Huck comes to understand that Jim is a good man. He finds he cannot carry out his plan to inform Jim’s owners of his whereabouts(下落). Instead, he decides to help Jim escape. He decides to do this, even if God punished him. 46. What is the passage mainly about? A. The outline (概要) of The Adventure of Huckleberry Finn. B. The childhood of Huckleberry. C. The reason why Mark Twain wrote the story. D. The effect of slavery. 47. The underlined word “restriction” probably means _________. A. something that you are expected to do. B. something that you are not allowed to do. C. something that you are able to do. D. something that you look forward to. 48. The underlined expression “he does not question slavery” means that ________. A. he is sure about everything of slavery. B. he has no question to ask the owner of the slaves. C. he thinks that slavery is reasonable. D. D. he believes that slavery is wrong. 49. What can he inferred from the text? A. Huck is a white boy. B. Huck’s childhood is a reflection(反映) of that of Mark Twain’s. C. It ’s Huck’s situation that makes him decide to travel with Jim. D. Huck will be punished by God for what he does. 50. Why does Huck change his mind at last? A. He has made friends with Jim. B. He finds out the weakness of slavery. C. God tells him to do so. D. He finds that Jim is a good man C Having friends may well keep you healthier and help you deal with stress better. Some studies show that people with close friends have a greater ability to fight disease than people who are alone. Make friendship a priority. Find the time to be with friends even if it means letting the lawn go unmoved or the dishes unwashed for a while. When you can't get together, use the phone to keep in touch. Open up to close friends. Maintaining a deep friendship requires a level of “heartfelt” intimacy( 亲 密 ). Don’t be afraid to express you inner fears and
disappointments. Listen to your friends when they have problems, but offer advice only when it's wanted. Help raise friends’ self-esteem when they are shaken by a job loss, or other such events. Have different friends for different activities, such as going to the movies, singing in a choir, and joining in a bowing league. Don’t wait for a friend to ask a favor. When a friend has the flu, offer to go to the store or drive his or her children to their after-school activities. Never take a friendship for granted. Like a good marriage, friendship needs care and patience. Become a joiner. Find a group that matches your interests. Talk to strangers. Conversations started in museums, laundry rooms, or bookstores can lead to firm friendship. Enroll in an adult-education course. A classroom is an ideal place to meet others with similar interests. 51. People with close friends have a _____ ability to fight disease than people who are alone. A. less B. greater C. proper D. little 52. According to the passage, you’d better offer advice to your friends _____. A. at any moment B. only when they are happy C. only when they want it D. o when you are glad 53 What we should do to have friends according to the author? A. Make friendship priority B. Open up to close friends C. Never take a friendship for granted D. All the above 54. Which of the statement is TRUE according to the passage? A. You should have different friends for the same activities. B. You should wait for a friend to ask a favor C. You should avoid talking with strangers in museums, laundry rooms, or bookstore. D. You should never take a friendship for granted. 55. The underlined word “enroll” in the last paragraph means “______” A. give B. join C. get D. catch D I don’t think there is anything wrong with your blood. The key to your problem is that long nap（打盹、小睡）after dinner. If you didn’t sleep for hours during the early part of the evening, you would be more ready to sleep at bedtime. If you didn’t nap after dinner, you would not want to stay up late, and you would not feel the need to take a sleeping pill(安眠药片). The pill is still working in your system when you get up in the morning. This helps account for the fact that you feel tired all day. You should get out of the habit of sleeping during the evening. Right after your evening meal, take part in some sort of physical activity—a sport such as bowling, perhaps. Or get together with friends for an evening of cards and conversation. Then go to bed at your usual time or a little earlier and you should be able to get a good night’s rest without taking a pill. If you can get into the habit of spending your evenings this way, I am sure you will
feel less tired during the day. At first it may be hard for you to go to sleep without taking a pill. If so, get up and watch television or do some jobs around your house until you feel sleepy. If you fall asleep and then wake up a few hours later, get up but do not take a sleeping pill. Read a while or listen to the radio, and make yourself a few hours’ sleep that night, you will feel better in the morning than you usually feel after taking a pill. The next night you will be ready to sleep at an earlier hour. The most important thing is to avoid taking that nap right after dinner and avoid taking pills. 56. According to the writer, it is difficult for you to sleep because _________. A. you get the habit of staying up late. B. you haven’t taken sleeping pills. C. you sleep for hours after dinner. D. you fail to do some exercises. 57. Which of the following is NOT true if you want to get out of the habit of sleeping during the night? A. Go to bed earlier than usual. B. Talk with friends after dinner. C. Stay with friends after dinner. D. Do some physical labor. 58. You feel tired all day probably because __________. A. you stay up too late. B. you get up too early in the morning. C. you take sleeping pills. D. you wake up too frequently at night. 59. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. Taking sleeping pills. B. B. You should stay up if you want to sleep effectively. C. Food is necessary at night if you want to go to sleep. D. It is very important to get out of the habit of taking a nap after dinner. 60. We may infer that the author is possibly a ________. A. doctor. B. scientist. C. reporter. D. professor. 第二节 信息匹配（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 下面是一篇应用文及其应用场合的信息。请阅读下列应用文和相关信息，并 按照要求匹配信息。以下是复活节的活动介绍: A. Second Church in Dorchester sponsors Easter Egg Hunt Join the fun at the Second Chruch in Dorchester’s Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday, March 15, 2008 at 12 noon. Children aged 12 and younger are invited to the Church Lawn at the corner of Washington St. and Talbot Ave. in Codman Square to search for the hidden candy-filled egg. Bring your own basket. This free event is fun for the whole family. For more information call 617-825-2797, visit the website at http://www.secondchurchchnaz.org, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. B. Choate Park Easter Egg Hunt The Easter Bunny will visit Choate Park this year and will hide thousands of Easter eggs throughout the historic town park for kids to find! The special day is Saturday, March 15, at 11 a.m. at Choare Park in Medway. The Easter Egg Hunt costs $5 per child over the age of 2, and is open to children up to ten years old. Pre-registration suggested at email@example.com or by calling 508-533-3275 so there will be enough eggs for everyone.
C. Billerica Breakfast with Easter Bunny http://www.town.billerica.ma/us/cities/billericama/docs/UploadPages? recreation.htm#Breakfast Sunday, March 16,2008 8:30-12 noon Shawsheen Valley Technical School Cafeteria 100 Cook Street, Billerica $5.00 per person for a GREAT Meal and LOADS of fun! (Includes breakfast, photo with Easter Bunny, egg hunt, hat parade, face painting & crafts!) D. Burlington—FLASHLIGHT AT NIGHT EASTER EGG HUNT http://www.burlington.org/reaction//Special Events.htm Thursday, March 20, 2008 The Easter bunny will be making a special trip to Burlington to hide some eggs for Easter. This year the Easter bunny will be hiding eggs in two separate locations. Bring your flashlight and a parent and help us find the eggs that are scattered about the Town Common and Simonds Park. The Easter Bunny will be on hand for pictures, so bring your camera. The Easter egg hunt is open for residents only who have signed up and have a ticket. This is for children ages 2-5 with a parents and tickets are $6 each. E. Wilmington http://www.towm.wilmington.ma.us/old/rec.htm EASTER EGG HUNT (Town Common) The Annual Easter Egg Hunt for children aged 6 and younger will be held on Saturday, March 22 on the Town Common. In case of poor weather or ground F. Methuen Easter Egg Hunt http://www.ci.methuen.ma.us/ Saturday, March 22, 12:00 Noon at Veterans Park on Milk Street Children must be accompanied by an adult. Bring a Basket! Special Appearance by the Easter Bunny!!! Ages: Preschool to 3rd Grade. Information: 978-983-8590 请根据下面家长和小孩的信息，为其挑选合适的活动。 61. Mr. Brown. My son is 5 years old. He loves Easter Egg Hunt. But this time I won’t be free until Saturday afternoon, March 22. 62. Mrs. Houston My husband and I will be free on March 15, so we would like to take our kid, Jason, 12, to join in some free events. 63. Mr. Robinson Judy, my daughter, is 3 years old. She loves the Easter Bunny so much that she will be happy to take a picture with it. 64. Mrs. Ryan I am available before noon on March 15 so I am taking my boy, Justin, aged 8, to try for the egg hunts. 65. Mr. William Besides egg hunts, my boy would also like to watch other performance, such as parade and painting. IV 写作(共两节，总分 40 分) 第一节 句子考查（共８小题，66-69 小题２分，70-73 每小题３分，满分２０分）
根据下列各个句子的要求完成句子。 66 ． __________ ___________ ___________ ____________ ( 显然 ) he enjoys his family life very much. 67. She _______ _______ _______ ________ (肯定出去了) early, for she didn’t show up at breakfast. 68．We won’t start__________ ___________ _____________ ____________（直到 Jeanne 回来）. 69. It seemed that he wanted to cooperate with me. He _________ _________ _________ _________ cooperate with me. 70. He is so fat a man that he can’t get through the door. (用 such…that 改写) 71Elizabeth first met Mr. Cronies in New Zealand.（就划线部分强调） ___________________________________________________________________ 72. 没有什么比旅游更愉快的事情了。 Travelling is the most pleasant thing. (用比较级改写) _______________________________________________________________ 73. 自 1980 年以来，我国发生了巨大变化。 （take place） ________________________________________________________________
假如你想去英国度假，请写信给 Brooks, 信中内容包括以下要点： 1. 自我简介：16 岁，东莞中学生，名叫李平； 2. 你想暑假游伦敦，尤其是著名的大学； 3. 在伦敦停留 15 天； 4. 希望住在同龄人的家庭，并需要单人房间； 5. 希望了解价格并且询问可以游览的地方是那些。 【写作要求】 字数：90 词左右 【评分标准】 句子结构准确，信息内容完整，篇章结构连贯。 单人房间：single room 信的开头已经写好。
一、听力理解 1-5 BCBAC
6. 3,000 years 7. countries 8. mixing 9. art 10. Gold 二、完型填空 11-15 DCBBC 16-20 DBDCB 21-25 BBADB 三、语法填空 26.curiosity 27. beneficial 28. apology 29. going 30 to park 31. can’t 32. that\which 33. which 34. a 35. of 36. It 37. what 38.hoping 39. wasting 40. lay 四、阅读理解 41-45 BCDCD 46-50 ABCAD 51-55BCDDB 56-60 CDCDA 五、信息匹配 61-65 EADBC 六、句子考查 66.It is obvious that 67. must have gone out 68. until Jeanne comes back 69. seemed to want to 70. He is such a fat man that he can’t get through the door. 71. It was in New Zealand that Elizabeth first met Mr. Cronies. 72. Nothing is more pleasant than traveling. 73. Great changes have taken place in our country since 1980. 七、基础写作 Mr. David Brooks, I am a 16-year-old student in a middle school in Beijing and I’m writing to ask for some detailed information after reading your advertisement. I would like to go on a tour to London during the summer vacation and I’m especially interested in the world-famous universities such as Oxford and Cambridge. I intend to stay in London for 15 days and I wonder whether you can find a family in which there are children of my age. And I also need a single room where I can stay alone. Would you please tell me about the cost of the trip? I would appreciate it very much if you could tell me what places I can visit during the trip. I’m looking forward to your earliest reply. Yours, Li Ping