第Ⅰ卷 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 10 秒钟的 时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1．What time is it
in New York? A．It's 5 p．m. B．It's 7 p．m. C．It's 10 p．m.
2．When did the man buy his ticket? A．Last weekend. B．Just before the concert. C．The day before the concert. 3．What does the man want to do? A．Borrow a book. B．Buy a book on the Internet. C．Return a book to the library. 4．Where does this conversation probably take place? A．In a café . B．At a hotel. C．At the man's house. 5．What does the man think the woman should do? A．Cancel her trip to Spain. B．Speak out how she feels. C．Go to another country. 第二节(共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 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。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6．What is the relationship between the speakers? A．They are roommates. B．They are brother and sister. C．They are in a romantic relationship. 7．Why didn't the man invite the woman at first? A．He assumed she would be busy. B．He was embarrassed about her presence. C．He wanted her to go out with her friends. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8．What does the man think about the woman? A．She should study harder. B．She takes unimportant classes. C．She puts too much pressure on herself. 9．What does the man want to get? A．A beer. B．Some fish. C．Some coffee.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10．Where does this conversation most likely take place? A．At a bus stop. B．In a parking garage. C．At an auto mechanic's. 11．What does the man say about the woman's car? A．It needs a new engine. B．The wheels need to be replaced. C．Something is wrong with the brakes. 12．What does the man suggest the woman do? A．Take the bus.
B．Drive her car carefully. C．Bring her car back in the morning. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13．Why won't the man go with his parents? A．He is too busy with his work. B．He doesn't like the weather in Finland. C．He has planned to spend the holiday with the woman. 14．Who will NOT be at the dinner? A．The woman's mother. B．The woman's niece. C．The woman's sister－in－law. 15．Why does the man want to bring something to the dinner? A．To make sure there is enough for everyone. B．To have his favorite foods and drinks. C．To show that he is grateful for being invited. 16．What will the man bring to the dinner? A．Wine. B．Dessert. C．Green beans.
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17．How might the French Quarter get its name? A．It was originally ruled by France. B．Many French people live there today. C．There are many historical French buildings. 18．Where is the Mardi Gras celebration? A．On Royal Street. B．On Bourbon Street. C．On Katrina Street. 19．Why wasn't the French Quarter affected by Hurricane Katrina? A．It was built on higher ground. B．The hurricane did not come close to it.
C．It has strong buildings from the 20th century. 20．What is the main purpose of this introduction? A．To describe the history of Louisiana. B．To describe a neighborhood in New Orleans. C．To describe the impact of Hurricane Katrina. 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 DELAYED BAGGAGE REPORT UNITED PRINTED AT ALBANY N．Y.AIRPORT ON JULY 10，2014 11：15 A．M. Dear Valued Customers， We regret that your baggage was not available to claim after your recent flight.Everything possible will be done to locate your property and return it to you promptly. For information regarding your delayed baggage, contact the United Airlines Baggage Resolution Center at its 24 hours seven days a week. Number： 1－800－335－BAGS (2247) (US－Toll Free) 281－821－3536 (Local Houston Number) Or visit site, http：//www.united, corn/for/bagtracing As soon as you file your Delayed Baggage Report, United Airlines will begin to trace for your baggage system. Our Baggage Resolution staff will make every effort to call you once a day to keep you updated on our progress.Please refer to the File Reference Number on this receipt when corresponding or calling so that we can quickly access your records. Keep this receipt with your claim check and E－Ticket receipt until your baggage is returned to you. In most circumstances, United Airlines will deliver your baggage when it is located. Delivery times vary depending on location.
If your baggage has not been returned to you with the initial five－day tracing period, please download a claim form at http ： //www.united,
corn/web/en—US/content/travel/baggage/delayed.Return it to us with the required documentation included. DELAYED BAGGAGE REPORT FILE REFERENCE：ALBUA25876 Name Number Delivery Address Bag Tag Description JOHN JACKSON 802－247－9999 Contact Email minminvt @ yahoo.com VERMONT USA 05745 0037387657 Non－Zippered，hard side horizontal suitcase
66 MOONBROOK DR BRANDON 0037387643 Soft－Side Upright suitcase
21. Where does the report most probably come from? A．Suitcase Tracing Website. B．Delivery Center of United Airlines. C．Baggage Resolution Center. D．Information Center of the Airport. 22. To make the customer informed of the process, the staff at the Baggage Resolution will________． A．file the customers Delayed Baggage Report B．contact the customer on the telephone once a day C．update the process information online every day D. access the customer's records quickly 23. What can we learn about John Jackson from the report? A. He must have filed his Delayed Baggage Report already. B．He couldn't deal with his Delayed Baggage on line until July 17, 2014. C．He should call 802－247－9999 for the information about his Delayed Baggage.
D．He may not know anything about his Delayed Baggage during the first five days. 24. The main purpose of the passage is ________． A. to tell passengers the news that their baggage was delayed B．to provide information about the location of the delayed baggage C．to inform the passengers of the time when the delayed baggage can be delivered D．to instruct how to get back the delayed baggage B Monty Hempel is a professor of environmental sciences at Redlands University in California.He studies ecological literacy—or ecoliteracy, for short.Ecoliteracy is the ability to think about and understand the natural processes that make life possible. Monty Hempel says ecoliteracy gives people knowledge about environmental problems.But he says it does not always work to get them to change their behavior. Mr.Hempel wrote part of the Worldwatch Institute's latest State of the World report.He says in his article, “Some people think that ecoliteracy is just a green form of science literacy.And what I have tried to ask is whether that's enough.In other words, what an ecologically－literate person needs to know might include things like the cycles and the flows, the energy systems, all of those kind of things that we would call the science of ecology.” “That doesn't seem to lead to action to protect our environment—to protect our life－support system to the level that we need to.Just because we know a lot about the environment doesn't mean that we actually act to save it.After all, actions speak louder than knowledge.” He adds that people may not be very worried about environmental problems if they seem far away.“Some people call it psychological distance.A lot of climate issues are worse in the Arctic and most of us don't spend time in the Arctic.And so, there's a certain distance.But there's also a distance that's happening in the world as it urbanizes—people spending more time in front of screens and less time out in nature.We become, if you will, disconnected from the natural systems that used to be the key to success for a human being.” To help children discover the wonders of nature, he adds that children should
learn about nature in school.But he also points out we have a high mountain for people to climb from knowledge to action. 25. From what Monty Hempel says in Paragraph 3, we learn that________． A. knowledge on environment protection is not enough B．knowledge that children learn at school is useless C．ecoliteracy can help people understand how nature works D．people with enough knowledge will protect the environment well 26. What is especially important for environment protection in Mr.Hempel's opinion? A．Knowledge. B．Action. C．Green living. D．Psychological distance. 27. Mr.Hempel thinks people show no concern about some environmental problems because ________． A．they lack knowledge on environment protection B．they have no awareness of environment protection C．some environmental problems are not worse at all D．some environmental problems happened far away 28. What can be inferred from the last paragraph? A. Experts think it is the best way to learn nature in school. B．Climbing a high mountain is a good way to exercise well. C．Climbing people's attitude to environment protection is hard. D．Knowledge can help children take action to protect the environment. C The human body is designed to move.But modern lifestyles and office jobs rarely give us the chance to move around.As we know，we're while we're eating; we sit in the car and we sit while we watch TV.And many of us sit for many hours at work. New research shows that sitting less than three hours a day might extend your life by two years.Peter Katzmarzyk, a scientist at the University of Louisiana in the southern United States, says that sitting is ubiquitous in our lives, meaning it is
something we do all the time, everywhere. However, Mr.Katzmarzyk says that does not mean you can sit for the rest of your waking hours.He also says you may exercise often, “We can't throw away physical activity.It's extremely important.We have 60 years of research showing us that.” Mr.Katzmarzyk and his colleagues are part of a new generation of researchers studying how sitting all day affects length of life.“Studies that have assessed the relationship between sitting and mortality(死亡率)or television viewing and mortality are very rare.There's only been a few of them, actually five or six now, in the last four or five years.” They found that cutting television time to less than two hours a day could add one－point four years to life. Luckily, change is already coming to some offices, especially in the design of desks.A “standing desk” lets people stand while they work.Another new design is called the “treadmill desk.” A treadmill is an exercise machine that lets you walk in one place.Even some U． S.schools are beginning to experiment with desks that are part bicycle to keep children moving.That's one of the strategies that many companies are using now. Mr.Katzmarzyk also says studying this problem has inspired his team to make a few changes in their own lives. 29．The underlined word “ubiquitous” is closest in meaning to________． A．dangerous C．comfortable B．awkward D．common
30. Which view agrees with the opinion of Mr.Katzmarzyk? A. Sitting too long may help increase one's life. B．Exercise is important and don't sit too long. C．Watching TV is bad, but can broaden one's horizons. D．Stopping watching TV is a necessary but hard task. 31. What does Mr.Katzmarzyk think of his study in Paragraph 4? A．It's a relatively new area of study. B．It's a hot subject studied by experts.
C．It's a study that begins too late. D．It's not ignored by many experts. 32. Why are the desks of all kinds designed for those who sit more? A．To give them more comfort. B．To improve their work efficiency. C．To offer them the chance to exercise. D．To seek pleasure while working. D I remember my mother as a strong woman. She came to America when she was 12－old enough to remember her language, she achieved scores and grades high
enough to be admitted to Duke University.With a degree in computer science, she finally became the manager of a company in New York.My mother could give fluent speeches, say “wolves” correctly. It was my mother who always stressed the importance of language. From the time I was born，I was read to.I would fall asleep to the sounds of my parents' voices,
whether it was my dad's softly accented, or my mother's clear English.The flow of language was unbroken, and whether in Chinese or English, the stream of communication flowed through our house. One October morning in sixth grade, after my mother had left to catch the train to the city，I left the house for the bus stop. I was surprised when I saw our car, the door hanging open. As I drew closer，I saw my mother lying on the ground. In the hospital, it was hard to believe that the lady who lay before me was my mom.My mother could not remember my name.As the leaves changed colors, it became clear that the stroke had created a wall between my mother's mind and mouth: her mind was not any less clear, but the words she spoke were not what she meant. The battle my mother faced taught me the importance of language. Without it, identity does not exist; relationships cannot be formed; stories cannot be told; directions cannot be given, and knowing anything about anyone is impossible.Without language, communication cannot take place.Without language, one cannot express the beauty of a sunset or the kindness of a stranger.The world would pass us by in silence.
33. From the second paragraph, we can know________． A. the author was taught to read since she was born B．the author's father spoke English poorly C．the author couldn't fall asleep without being read to D．the author's parents taught her language by talking a lot 34. According to the last two paragraphs, the author's mom was unable to________． A．think clearly B．express herself well C．speak D．open her mouth 35. This passage is mainly about ________． A．a strong mother B．the importance of language C．a family disaster D．the significance of teaching language 第二节(共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，共 10 分) 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有 两项为多余选项。 Stay on the brighter side of life One very important component of optimism is gratitude or feeling grateful.In fact, there is a strong connection between a grateful attitude and a heightened sense of well－being. Appreciate all the positives in your life by starting a gratitude journal in order to remember what you're grateful for.__36__ Feeling down? Instead of feeling sorry for yourself waiting for the universe to throw you a bone, try acting like you're happy—even if you aren't. A sincere smile and a forced smile will cause the same chemical reactions in your brain, so you can actually fool your mind into feeling better by making it react chemically as if things were going well.__37__Reassure yourself that everything is good—even if you don't feel it.
“__38__If you're stuck in traffic, then everything else must be going horribly, too，” says Anne Parker, a wellness counselor. By blowing negative events out of proportion, you're setting yourself up for feeling down all day. Instead, acknowledge that you're stuck in traffic, but also bring to mind something good, like the beautiful
scenery outside the window. That way, you'll get in the habit of forbidding negative circumstances from blanketing your whole day. Swearing to lose 20 pounds or to run a marathon seems like goals leading to happiness, but they take time to achieve.__39__You may even end up admitting that you have been defeated.However, if you focus on the small milestones that occur along the way, you will feel positive about your progress, which will give you the strength to keep going. __40__Try making someone else's day better.A report by United Healthcare and Volunteer Match found that volunteers are 72% more likely to characterize themselves as optimistic compared with non － volunteers. Plus, 89% of volunteers say that volunteering has improved their sense of well－being, and 92% say that it enriches their sense of purpose in life. A. Try to help someone in need. B．Want to give your attitude a lift? C．People tend to think in an either－or way. D．Act in an optimistic way—smile, laugh, tell a joke. E．You'll fail to appreciate more important things in your life. F．By focusing on not having accomplished them yet, you will start to feel down on yourself. G．By remembering the pleasant things in your life, you can actually turn a negative attitude around. 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。 The former Smiths singer Morrissey has been in hospital on several occasions
during the last 18 months.He has announced that he is being__41__ for cancer in the hospital now，__42__he hasn't revealed what type of cancer he has. Despite his diagnosis, the 55－year－old songwriter, whose first name is Stephen， __43__he isn't afraid of death.He accepts that it is__44__ that comes to us all.Though knowing that he has a severe__45__， he has a__46__attitude.“If I die, then I die.And if I don't, then I don't.Right now I feel__47__．” “I am aware that in some of my recent photos I look somewhat__48__， but that's what illness can do, I'm not going to__49__about that because I'll sit when I'm dead.” He also says. Morrissey's 2012 tour performance__50__in South America and continued through Asia and North America.Morrissey's recent health issues__51__him to cancel his US tour.After knowing that he cancelled a number of__52__， fans have been worried about the state of Morrissey's health for a few years. Morrissey also__53__he's at an age where he should have stopped making music, and he thinks he may__54__ from songwriting and performing once he has completed his first novel about himself.At that time he can do what he enjoyed most while working. Shortly after the__55__ of his 10th studio album in July，he said, “Many composers of classical music died at age 34.And I'm still__56__， and nobody knows what to do with me.Because my novel is coming along well, my task is__57__， that is, it can be published next year before I die.” Life is all about __58__．Facing the illness, it's your choice that__59__ how you live life. Morrissey sets a good __60__for us to follow. 41．A.treated C．obtained 42．A.so 43．A.suspects 44. A．nothing C．everything B．but B．hopes B．discovered D．noticed C．still C．insists B．anything D．something D．however D．advises
45. A．operation C．interest 46. A．powerful C．positive 47．A.crazy 48．A.unfair 49. A．complain C．worry 50．A.performed C．paused 51．A.forced 52．A.shows 53．A.required 54．A.remove 55．A.display 56．A.alive 57．A.difficult 58. A．experiences C．choices 59．A.affects 60．A.tip B．makes B．figure B．allowed B．tours B．claimed B．survive B．change B．wealthy B．simple B．cool B．unkind
B．performance D．illness B．mad D．terrible C．handsome C．unknown B．set D．learn B．started D．interrupted C．dragged C．parties C．ordered C．retire C．revision C．busy C．necessary B．lessons D．decisions C．shares C．goal 第Ⅱ卷 D．raises D．example D．pushed D．meetings D．warned D．escape D．release D．weak D．helpful D．good D．unhealthy
第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节，满分 45 分) 第二节(共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分) 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容(1 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形 式。 A boy trembled in the cold winter，__61__ (wrap) his arms around himself on a bus stop bench.He __62__ (wear) warm clothes and the temperature was －10℃.A heartbreaking scene! But the good deeds of the ordinary people who witnessed
__63__11－year－old Johannes were both joyous __64__ inspiring. A woman, sitting next to the boy, discovered he was __65__ a school trip and was told to meet his teacher at the bus stop.She __66__ (self) covered her own coat around his shoulders.Later, __67__ woman at first gave him her scarf, and then wrapped him in her large jacket. Throughout the day, more and more people offered Johannes their gloves and even the coats off their backs.__68__ (actual)，it was a hidden camera experiment by Norwegian charity SOS Children's Village as part of their winter campaign to collect __69__ (donate) to help Syrian children get through the winter.Synne Ronning, the information head of the organization, also noted that the child was a volunteer who was never in any __70__ (dangerous) during the filming. 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桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。 文中共有 10 处错误， 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：在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧)，并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改：在错的词下画一横线，并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 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。 Nothing is impossible! If you have a dream, your dream will must come true as long as you always work hard.To tell you truth, my dream is common.I want to be a doctor.There was a time that I was in hospital.I saw with my own eyes that a doctor fights all night to save a baby's life.I was touched by the kindly behavior of the doctor.I think doctors are the greatest.We can make patients recover from a disease.However, I am determined to be a doctor to help whomever suffers from illnesses.I hope that I am able to help people keep healthy.At the same time, I will devote myself to treat patients.In a word, if I become a doctor in the future, I will try my best to help each patient.From now on, I will spare no effort to study every subjects so that I can go to a key university.
第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假定你是红星中学李华， 你校正在开展提高社会公德活动。 请你根据下列要点， 用英文写一篇演讲稿。 1．不守公德现象； 2．改进的方法； 3．呼吁。 注意：1.词数 100 左右； 2．可以适当增加细节，以使行文连贯； 3．开头语已为你写好。 Dear friends.Nowadays we can still see some behaviors against public morals.________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Thank you！
听力原文 Text 1 W：Oh，no！I meant to call my mom，but it's too late to call today. M：Yeah.Your mom lives in London，not here in New York.They're five hours ahead of us.So，it's already midnight there. Text 2 M：I went to see a Lady Gaga concert this weekend.She was amazing! W：Wow，those tickets were super expensive，right? M： Nope.The show didn't sell out， so they sold tickets at the door for half price just before the concert began.Sometimes it's good to wait. Text 3 M：I've been waiting for three weeks for someone to return Harry Potter to the library.I'm getting so impatient! W：Why don't you just buy your own copy online? Text 4 M：It's freezing out there! W：Well，you've come to the right place.What can I get you today? M：Please give me the hottest drink you serve. W：OK.One hot chocolate，coming right up. Text 5 W：I'm so stressed.I don't know how to tell my boyfriend that I think we
should break up when I go to Spain next year. M：Well，I think honesty is the best policy. Text 6 M：Hey，Susie.Can I borrow your car tonight? W：No！The last time you borrowed it，you returned it with the gas tank empty. M：Did I？I'm sorry，baby.I promise to fill the tank this time. W：What do you need it for? M：I want to take my mom out to dinner. W：And I'm not invited? M：You can come if you want.I thought you'd probably have plans with your friends. W： I do.But I'd rather go with you.Don't you think it's time for me to meet your mother? M： OK， sure.Just don't expect her to love you right away.She never thinks any girl is good enough for me. Text 7 M：What's up! Are you still studying? W：Yeah，I'll be at it all night. M：When's the big test? W：Not for three days.But I have too many things to remember before then.
M：You're taking this Spanish class so seriously.Don't you think you should lighten up a bit? W：I can't.Not only do I need to get good grades，but I also have to actually learn this stuff.Next year， I'm applying to a nursing program， and they give special financial help to students who speak two languages. M：Come on.You'll do fine.You always do fine. W：Only when I study hard. M：OK.But can't you take a little break？Hey，you should come to get some fish with me.You know，fish is actually very good for your brain. Text 8 M：How can I help you，ma'am? W：I was hoping you could look at my car today.For the past few weeks， it has been making very strange noises. M：What kinds of noises? W：It sounds as if something is being damaged in the wheels.It only happens when I'm slowing down. M： Whoa...It sounds like you need new brakes.You'll have to leave the car with us until tomorrow. W： Gosh！ I was thinking you'd be able to get it back to me this afternoon. M：Unfortunately，we need to order the parts，and we can't get started until they arrive.If I order them now，they'll be here this afternoon，or tomorrow morning at the latest.
W： I see.Well， why don't I just bring my car back in the morning？There's a show I really want to see downtown tonight. M：I don't think that's a good idea.You're risking your life by driving this car.If I were you，I'd check the bus schedule. Text 9 W：Hey，Paul.You're still having Thanksgiving dinner at my house on Thursday，right? M： Yeah.Thanks again for the invitation.I was worried I'd have to spend it alone after my parents announced they'd be in Finland. W：I think it's strange that you're not going with them.Is it because of the cold weather in Northern Europe? M：Not exactly.I have a lot of work to do next week. W：Well，I'm glad you won't be alone on a holiday.It'll be great to have you celebrate with us.The more the merrier! M：Exactly.How many people will be there? W： Let's see...my parents， my grandpa， my sister， my brother－in－law， my niece，and my two cousins...plus us.So，ten people altogether. M：Should I bring anything? W：Nope.We've got it covered. M： Come on.I hate to show up empty－handed.You are being so generous to have me.I know！I'll bring pie.I'll make a great pumpkin pie. W ： Sounds delicious ， but my sister has already volunteered for
dessert.Look，don't worry about it.There will be tons of food：turkey， stuffing，green beans，sweet potatoes... M：Wow，I'm getting hungry just thinking about it.How about this —I'll bring a nice bottle of wine.You can never have too much of that. W：Well，isn't that the truth？Sounds good to me. Text 10 New Orleans， Louisiana is known throughout the world for its food， music，and festivals.Every year，many visitors come to this lively city， and almost all of them spend time in the French Quarter，New Orleans' oldest neighborhood.Despite its name ， you won't find many French buildings in the French Quarter.Two large fires in the 18th century destroyed most of the buildings that were built under French rule. New Orleans' best－known street is Bourbon Street.It is appreciated for its lively bars and restaurants，but it's most famous for its annual Mardi Gras celebration.During Mardi Gras，several million people show up on Bourbon Street and party for a week straight. Since 2005，New Orleans has been in the spotlight because of Hurricane Katrina，a Category 5 hurricane that destroyed much of the city.However， the French Quarter was not affected by the hurricane.It is a very old neighborhood，and it was built on higher and drier land.Because of this，it did not flood like the parts of the city that were built in the 20th century.
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11.C 12.A 13.A 14.C 15.C 16.A 17.A 18.B 19.A 20.B 【语篇导读】 本文是一篇说明文，主要介绍了顾客如何从航空公司 拿回自己的延误包裹的相关事宜。 21．C [推理判断题。通过对文章的整体理解可知，本文主要讲的是 如 何 处 理 机 场 延 误 包 裹 的 问 题 ， 根 据 文 章 第 二 段 中 的 “For information...at its 24 hours”可推知，本文可能是 Baggage Resolution Center 发布的信息。故选 C 项。] 22． B [细节辨认题。 根据文章倒数第四段的 Our Baggage Resolution staff will make every effort to call you once a day to keep you updated on our progress 可知工作人员将每天和你联系一次，以便通知到顾客。 故选 B。] 23 ． A [ 推理判断题。根据文章最后的一个单据可以推知， John
Jackson 已经提交了包裹延误的申请单据， 因此才被在文中作为范例。 故选 A 项。] 24．D [主旨大意题。A“告诉乘客行李被延误的信息”；B“提供
关于被延误的行李信息 ”； C“及时通知顾客被延误的行李何时到 达”；D“指导如何拿回被延误的行李”。通读全文，通过对文章的 整体理解可知， 本文主要介绍了顾客如何通过航空公司的包裹延误处 理中心拿回自己延误的包裹。故选 D 项。] 【语篇导读】 本文是一篇议论文。文章讲述了虽然人们都有保护环 境的知识，但只有知识是不够的，更多的需要的是行动。
25．A [推理判断题。根据第三段中 Monty Hempel 说的话，尤其是 文中的 And what I have tried to ask is whether that's enough，暗示仅仅 有环保的知识是不够的，故最佳答案为 A。] 26． B [细节理解题。 根据第四段中的最后一句 After all, actions speak louder than knowledge 知 Mr.Hempel 的观点是行动更重要，故最佳答 案为 B。] 27 ． D [ 细 节 理 解 题 。 根 据 第 四 段 中 的 Some people call it
psychological distance(人们叫它心理距离)以及 And so, there's a certain distance(这里是有一定距离的)，知人们对一些环境问题不关心，是因 为有些环境问题发生在遥远的地方，故最佳答案为 D。] 28．C [推理判断题。根据最后一段中的最后一句 But he also points out we have a high mountain for people to climb from knowledge to action(但他也指出对许多人来说从知识到行动有一座高山要爬)， 可知 要改变人们对环境保护的态度是很难的。] 【语篇导读】 本文是一篇科普文。文章讲述了少坐可以延长我们的 生命。 29． D [词义猜测题。 根据画线单词后的内容 it is something we do all the time, everywhere 知我们随时随地都坐着，因此 ubiquitous 的意思 是“常见的”，故最佳答案为 D。] 30．B [细节理解题。根据第三段中的 We can't throw away physical activity.It's extremely important.(我们不能扔掉体育活动。 它非常重要。 ) 知选项 B(锻炼很重要，不能长时间坐着)意思是一致的，故最佳答案
为 B。] 31． A [推理判断题。 根据第四段中的 There's only been a few of them, actually five or six now, in the last four or five years 知他的研究是相对 较新的，故最佳答案为 A。] 32．C [推理判断题。根据倒数第二段中的内容，办公桌的设计已经 发生变化了，其目的是要久坐的人多运动，故最佳答案为 C。] 【语篇导读】 这是一篇故事文章阅读。 作者的妈妈从中国来到美国， 很快适应当地的语言，也非常重视对作者的语言教育，但是因为一次 中风，作者的妈妈不能表达自己的想法，作者更加意识到语言的重要 性。 33．D [细节辨认题。根据文章第二段的句子：It was my mother who always stressed the importance of language.From the time I was born, I was read to.I would fall asleep to the sounds of my parents' voices, whether it was my dad's softly accented, or my mother's clear English.可 知作者的父母通过经常交谈教作者语言，故选 D。] 34．B [推理判断题。根据文章第四段的句子：her mind was not any less clear, but the words she spoke were not what she meant.可知作者的 妈妈不能清楚的表达自己的想法。故选 B。] 35． B [主旨大意题。 根据全篇文章可知作者的妈妈从中国来到美国， 很快适应当地的语言，也非常重视对作者的语言教育，但是因为一次 中风，作者的妈妈不能表达自己的想法，作者更加意识到语言的重要 性。 从最后一段的句子： The battle my mother faced taught me the
importance of language.可知答案是 B。 ] 【语篇导读】 这是一篇生活知识类文章。该文章告诉我们应该站在 生活积极的一面，乐于助人成就人生。 36 ． G [ 考查考生对上下文顺承关系的理解能力。根据空前的
Appreciate all the positives in your life by starting a gratitude journal in order to remember what you' re grateful for 中的 appreciate，gratitude， grateful 和 G 中的 remembering the pleasant things in your life 判断选择 G 项。] 37． D [考查考生对上下文顺承关系的理解能力。 根据前句的 feeling better 和下文的 everything is good 以及 D 中的 in an optimistic way 判 断。故 D 正确。] 38．C [考查考生对上下文顺承关系的理解能力。根据空后该段的主 要内容“人们总是在困境中不能用积极的态度对待”， 特别是该段的 最后一句话 That way, you'll get in the habit of forbidding negative circumstances from blanketing your whole day 以及 C 中的 think in an either－or way 判断。故 C 正确。] 39． F [考查考生对上下文顺承关系的理解能力。 根据前句的 they take time to achieve 和下文的 You may even end up admitting that you have been defeated.以及 F 中的 By focusing on not having accomplished them yet 判断。故 F 正确。] 40．B [考查考生对上下文顺承关系的理解能力。根据 B 中的 give your attitude a lift，和下文的 Try making someone else's day better 及最
后一段的内容判断。故选 B。] 【语篇导读】 本文是一篇记叙文。文章讲述了前 Morrissey 乐队的 主唱 Smiths 患病，但他勇敢地面对的故事。他的故事告诉我们：生 活中有很多选择。你的选择影响着你怎样度过你的人生。 41． A [考查动词。 treated 治疗； 处理； 对待； discovered 发现； obtained 得到；noticed 注意。根据空格后的 cancer in the hospital now，可知是 在医院里接受治疗，选 A。] 42．B [考查连词。so 因此；but 但是；still 仍然；however 然而； 却。他只宣布自己在治疗癌症，但没透露是什么癌症，故用 but 表示 转折，选 B。] 43．C [考查动词。suspects 怀疑；hopes 希望；insists 坚决要求； 坚持认为；advises 建议。尽管得了癌症，但他坚持认为自己不怕死， 选 C。] 44．D [考查代词。nothing 没事；anything 任何事；everything 每件 事；something 某事。他把癌症看作是该来而来的事，选 D。] 45．D [考查名词。operation 手术；运行；performance 表演；表现； interest 兴趣；illness 病。空格前是 severe，知后面是 illness，选 D。] 46．C [考查形容词。powerful 强大的；mad 疯狂的；positive 积极 的；terrible 可怕的。根据空格后的“如果我死了，我就死；如果我不 死，那我就不死”，知他对自己的病采取了一种积极的态度，选 C。] 47． D [考查形容词。 crazy 疯狂的； cool 凉爽的； handsome 英俊的； good 好的。因为他有一种积极的态度，因此他现在感觉好多了。]
48．D [考查形容词。unfair 不公平的；unkind 不好的；unknown 不 知道；不出名的；unhealthy 不健康的。我意识到在最近的照片上我 看上去不健康，选 D。] 49．C [考查动词。complain 抱怨；set 确定；worry 担心；learn 学 会；学习。他采用了积极的态度，因此也不担心自己死去。] 50．B [考查动词。 performed 表现；started 开始；paused 停止；
interrupted 打断。根据空格后的 continued，可知空格处是巡回演出于 2012 年开始的，选 B。] 51． A [考查动词。 forced 强迫； allowed 允许； dragged 拖； 拉； pushed 推。因为他的健康迫使他取消了他美国巡回演出，选 A。] 52．A [考查名词。shows 演出；表演；tours 巡回演出；parties 舞会； 聚会；meetings 会议。他取消了有系列的演出，选 A。] 53． B [考查动词。 required 要求； claimed 声明； ordered 命令； warned 警告。Morrissey 声称他也到了应该放弃创作音乐的年龄了，选 B。] 54．C [考查动词。 remove 移动；搬迁；survive 幸存；存活；retire 退休；escape 逃跑。他想他可以从写歌和表演中退休了，选 C。] 55．D [考查名词。display 展览；陈列；change 变化；revision 修改； 修正；release 发行；释放。此空是他发行了第 10 张专辑，选 D。] 56．A [考查形容词。alive 活的；活着；wealthy 富有的；busy 忙碌 的；weak 虚弱的。根据空格前的 died，可知此处对应的是 alive，选 A。] 57．B [考查形容词。difficult 困难的；simple 简单的；necessary 必
需的；helpful 有帮助的。根据空格后的 that is, it can be published next year before I die，可知我的任务很简单，就等着下个月这本书出版就 行了，选 B。] 58．C [考查名词。experiences 经历；体验；lessons 课；choices 选 择；decisions 决定。根据空格后的 choice 知此空填 choice，选 C。] 59． A [考查动词。 affects 影响； makes 成为； 做； shares 分享； raises 提高；增加。正是你的选择影响你怎样生活，选 A。] 60．D [考查名词。tip 建议；figure 人物；goal 目标；example 例子； 事例。Morrissey 为我们树立了跟着学的好榜样。set a good example to sb 为??树立好榜样，选 D。] 【语篇导读】 这是一篇记叙文阅读。文章主要讲述了一个 11 岁男 孩在汽车站得到好心人的帮助，通过这件事挪威 SOS 儿童村发起救 助贫穷的孩子温暖过冬的活动。 61．wrapping [考查非谓语动词用法。根据句子的主语 a boy 是 wrap
的动作执行者，应填现在分词，故填 wrapping。] 62．wasn't wearing [考查时态。 根据前文的 tremble 应是没有穿暖
和的衣服，指当时正在进行的动作，应用过去进行时。故判断应填 wasn't wearing。] 63．the [考查冠词。根据前文这个 11 岁的孩子应是第二次出现，应
特指，故填 the。] 64．and [考查连词。根据空前后是并列关系。故填 and。] 65． on [考查介词。 根据下文的 school trip 应是进行， on a school trip
进行学校郊游。故填 on。] 66．selflessly [考查副词。根据空后的 cover 判断填副词形式。故填 selflessly。] 67． another [考查限定词。 根据语境， 应是又一个妇女。 故填 another。 ] 68．Actually [考查副词。根据空后的标点符号，应是填副词，可知 填 Actually。] 69．donations [考查名词用法。根据空前的动词 collect，应填名词形 式。故填 donations。 ]
70．danger [考查名词。根据空前的 in 和 any 应填名词形式，故判 断填 danger。] 短文改错 Nothing is impossible! If you have a dream, your dream will come true as long as you always work hard.To tell you truth, my
that dream is common.I want to be a doctor.There was a time when I was in fights hospital.I saw with my own eyes that a doctor fought all night to save a kindly baby's Life.I was touched by the kind behavior of the doctor.I think We doctors are the greatest. They can make patients recover from a However whomever disease.Therefore， I am determined to be a doctor to help whoever suffers from illnesses.I hope that I am able to help people keep healthy.At
treat the same time, I will devote myself to treating patients.In a word, if I become a doctor in the future, I will try my best to help each patient.From now on, I will spare no effort to study every a key university. 【参考范文】 Dear__friends.Nowadays__we__can__still__see__some__behavior s__against__public__morals. As is often the case, people tend to talk loud in public places, annoying others around.Spitting and littering rubbish can be seen everywhere.What's more, it's common that the young or middle－ aged sit on the bus while the elderly stand. Measures must be taken to change this situation.First of all, as students, we should manage our own behaviors and help people around us form good habits.Meanwhile, it is necessary for the government and authorized organizations to encourage people to behave properly. Don't underestimate the role you can play.Do remember, we can make a difference! Take action right now! Thank__you！ so that I can go to