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第Ⅰ卷
第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分 60 分) 第一节(共 15 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 45 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,并在 答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Here are some of the movies that inspire you to

travel. The Lord of the Rings The story is about Frodo, his friends and their adventurous journey through Middle Earth. Filmed in about 150 locations all over New Zealand, this traveling movie shows its beauty. From the rolling hills of Matamata to the volcanic region of Mt Ruapehu, this is the best movie to see New Zealand. Also, this travel movie might have the only distinction of being inspired by travel too. The director of the movie Peter Jackson first read the novel on a train going from Wellington to Auckland when he was just seventeen. Indiana Jones. The Complete Adventure Collection Indiana Jones and travel are inseparable. Everyone remembers the red line on the world map that shows up on screen when he flies. The Egypt scenes in Raiders of the Lost Ark were filmed in Tunisia. Temple of doom was filmed mostly in Sri Lanka and Macau. The Last Crusade was filmed in Italy, Spain and Jordan including an excellent view of Petra. Unlike the other, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was filmed almost entirely in the United States. However, their shots of Iguazu Falls are amazing. Romancing the Stone and jewel of the Nile This movie series focuses on a romance writer Joan and her adventures with a soldier of fortune named Jack. In Romancing the stone Joan goes to Colombia to save her sister who was kidnapped (绑架) . In the sequel Joan goes to the fictional kingdom of Kadir set somewhere in the Middle East. Romancing the stone’s scenes were shot mostly in Mexico. For Jewel of the Nile, the scenes were mostly shot in France and Morocco. The Talented Mr Ripley Tom Ripley is a working class young man. Through a case of mistaken identity, he is asked to go to Italy to convince a wealthy businessman’s son to come home. This travel movie starts in New York and heads to the fictional resort of Mongibello. The last section of the movie is filmed mostly in Rome and Naples. The locations are beautiful. They also did a good job of showing Italy as it looked in the 1960s. 21. If someone is interested in seeing views in Sri Lanka, he / she would most probably watch the film ________.
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A. Raiders of the lost Ark B. The last Crusade C. Temple of Doom D. Kingdom of the Crystal Skull 22. From paragaph 2 we can know that the story of The Lord of the Rings _________. A. is the best movie made in Newland B. was shot from Wellington to Auckland C. caught the director’s attention while he was travelling D. encouraged a 17-year-old boy to travel in New Zealand 23. The movie The Talented Mr Ripley tells us a story of a man who _________. A. contributes to helping a man out of trouble B. owns a large amount of fortune C. goes sightseeing in Rome and Naples D. becomes wealthy by always working hard B Children spend more time messaging each other on phones and websites than talking in person, a survey has revealed. Text messages and social networking sites have become the common mode of youngsters aged 8 to 14. A survey of modern childhood found that many youngsters are conscious that they are spending too much time on their computers and enjoy themselves the most when playing outside. But the lure of electronic products proves too strong for a quarter, while a fifth say their parents don’t like them playing outside because they are worried about strangers and injuries. The “iGeneration report” suggested that youngsters are increasingly health-conscious and skeptical(持怀疑态度的)of commercialization, including gender-based labelling on toys and pop videos released by singers. More than half of those questioned care about eating healthily and one in 10 lectures their own parents about the food they are eating or buying. 42 percent of those questioned own a smartphone, with 36 percent admitting to spending more time communicating with friends via instant messaging, such as texts or networking websites, than talking in person. Only one child in 100 said that being happy, having a loving family and being clever were taken as the most crucial(决定性的)elements in their lives. Cary Cooper, the professor of organizational psychology and health at Lancaster University, said social media were contributing to youngsters becoming more independent. They had a sense of individuality due to exposure to a range of media. The survey follows major statebacked research which found that youngsters are turning their back on drink, drugs and smoking. It found a dramatic drop in the number of secondary school students trying and regularly using drugs, alcohol and tobacco. Some analysts said that thanks to the rise of social media, millions of teenagers are spending their time at home in their rooms rather than out on the streets. 24. Why can’t 25 percent of the children get away from electronic products? A. They are not allowed to hang out long.
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B. They are protected from strangers and injuries. C. They can’t resist the temptation of the products D. They enjoy themselves most when playing outside. 25. The survey of modern childhood found that many youngsters A. message each other more rather than chat in person B. are fans of the pop videos released by singers C. are doubtful about possessing the latest smartphones D. pay no attention to their lifestyle nowadays 26. The attitude of Cary Cooper towards social media is ________. A. objective B. negative C. unclear D. supportive 27. The last paragraph is written to show _________. A. the exposure to a range of media B. the drop of taking drugs in youngsters C. the benefits of social media D. youngsters are becoming more conscious C A 51-year-old lawyer has moved back in with his mother — after giving up his Los Angeles home to a family of strangers for a year. Tony Tolbert looked for a family in need after his father set a glowing example when he was growing up by always welcoming people to stay in their spare room. “You don’t have to be Bill Gates or Warren Buffet or Oprah,” Tolbert told CBS. “We can do it wherever we are, with whatever we have, and for me, I have a home that I can make available.” His mother, Marie Tolbert, added, “He is go giving, and he’s always been that way.” Tolbert went to Alexandria House, a shelter for homeless women and children, and came across Felicia Dukes, who lived in a single bedroom with three of her children. Her family had been separated as the shelter was just for children and her eldest son was unable to join them. Tolbert told the staff he wanted to bring the family back together, and offered his home. The family has now moved into the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home — with Duke’s oldest son. It is worth nearly $400,000, according to online estimates. “My heart just fills up with appreciation,” Dukes said, as she wiped away her tears. The heartwarming story comes after the report that 10-year-old Gracie McNulty, from England, served Christmas dinners to 50 homeless people, achieving her father’s last Christmas wish. Her father Craig, 38, was a regular charity volunteer who had served breakfast to the homeless on Boxing Day. But as a roofer, he suffered serious head injuries when he fell while working. And he died soon after the accident in August. “It’s been the best Christmas ever,” Cracie said. “I was just at school feeling sad and so I decided I wanted to do something to make him proud and this felt like the perfect thing.” 28. Tony Tolbert offered help to others because he was inspired by _________. A. his father B. his teacher C. his mother D. his son 29. How did Tony Tolbert help Felicia Dukes and her family?
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A. He brought up her oldest child. B. He helped them move into Alexandria House. C. He built a shelter for them. D. He offered his house to them 30. The underlined word “this” in the last paragraph refers to _________. A. treating 50 homeless people at Christmas B. serving breakfast to people on Boxing Day C. deciding to do something in church D. being proud of what his father did 31. What’s the author’s purpose of writing this passage? A. To introduce two inspiring stories. B. To explain some puzzling events. C. To call on people to help others in need. D. To show there are still poor people. D Burmese pythons(缅甸蟒蛇)are some of the biggest snakes in the world and also one of the biggest problems in Florida’s wetlands. So state officials have asked hunters to lend a hand. The pythons are originally from Asia. Brought to the US as pets or zoo animals, some were released or broke free into the wild and found Florida’s warm weather to be perfect for a new settlement. It is estimated that tens of thousands now live in the everglades and the state’s marshy wetlands. These supersize snakes are invasive species. “The problem is with animals,” says Carli Segelson, spokesperson for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. “The pythons eat native birds, reptiles, and small mammals, many of which are threatened species. ”Since the python moved in, several native species, such as bobcats and rabbits, have largely disappeared from Florida’s wetlands. So the Florida government has invited hunters to assist in solving this severe environmental problem. People will be allowed to hunt pythons around their breeding grounds for one month, starting on January 12. Officials are even offering cash prizes to whoever kills the most pythons and to whoever kills the longest Burmese pythons. They are hoping the contest will significantly reduce the population of this dangerous invader. “Our goal is to help get rid of the pythons from the wild, educate the public about the snakes’ impact on the Florida ecosystem, and inform them of what impacts non -native pets can have if allowed into the wild,” Segelson said. Experts say it’s unlikely the snakes will ever be removed from the wild in Florida. But they hope to bring the python problem under control and prevent the snakes from doing more harm. 32. We can infer from the text that Florida must be a place where it is _________. A. wet and cold B. rainy and windy C. warm and dry D. wet and warm 33. By saying “The problem is with animals” in paragraph 3, Carli Segelson means that ________.
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A. the population of animals is smaller B. people have trouble protecting animals C. the pythons are harmful for other animals D. most animals are dangerous to the pythons 34. The underlined words “this dangerous invader” most probably refer to _________. A. all Burmese pythons in the world B. the longest Burmese python C. the Burmese pythons in Florida D. the killer of Burmese pythons 35. The government’s goal of hunting Burmese pythons is __________. A. to keep the balance of nature B. to drive off all the snakes C. to prevent snakes from booming in number D. to provide necessities for others

第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 15 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。 The act of giving gifts is a gesture of friendship, love, celebration and thanks. With a little planning, your gifts will be remembered for years. 36 Put a reminder in your diary one or two weeks before the occasion so that you can start doing your shopping. If your receivers live very far away and you need to mail the gift, then advanced planning is even more important. It Will make sure that your gift gets to them on time. Don’t give based on what others give you. We often hear people say “She’s spending $100 on me, so I should spend $100 on her”. 37 Your gifts should be based on what is on your heart for your receivers. Don’t worry about whether your receivers are going to give you something back or how much they are spending on your gifts. Respect your budget. 38 Gifts given with sincerity are appreciated even more than expensive items. By planning how much you need to spend on your gifts for others and assigning a dollar amount to each desired gift on your list, you’ll be better prepared to shop within your budget. Be aware of wrappings. 39 A tastefully wrapped gift with materials that can be reused or recycled shows your caring for the environment. Present your gift with respect. 40 And when you do, present your gift by holding with both your hands as though you were holding it on a silver platter. A. Beautiful gifts don’t necessarily need to rely on ribbons or boxes. B. The cost of your gift will not be the main factor in its success. C. The best way to present a gift is always presenting it in person. D. This is adopted from Asian culture to show respect and care.
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E. You shouldn’t buy gifts which are out of your budget. F. Keep a schedule of the special dates. G. This thinking completely ruins the value of giving gifts to each other. 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 55 分) 第一节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Looking at the checkout lines at the grocery, I quickly turned my cart to line number three. There were only two women there, and neither had kids or coupons(赠券)! The store was my first __41 that morning, and I had a half dozen others on my 42 before meeting my husband for lunch. Two minutes turned into ten, and I watched as the other lines moved 43 . I moved my __44 on the cart and dug for my wallet, trying to 45 the cashier that it was time to get a move-on. Finally, after fifteen minutes, I took a breath and 46 . Then I heard the cashier tell the women in front of me: “And just like that, he told me what she looked like and 47 one hundred dollars here to 48 her groceries. He said not to worry about the 49 , just give it to charity.” The story she was 50 had taken place in the produce department. An older man had witnessed a(n) 51 mama in need. 52 for foods with kids around, she was sticking to her list and 53 the items on her calculator as she went. The gentleman said he had a little __54 on him that day, so he left one hundred dollars to 55 her groceries and, just maybe, add a little wiggle room(回旋的余地)to her 56 . After heating about the man who had 57 served a fellow traveler in life, I realized that my hurry, 58 and general worries were 59 . What’s five extra minutes in a line to hear a story of a man sharing his 60 ? Suddenly, I know I could wait. 41. A. checkout B. journey C. stop D. delivery 42. A. list B. blessing C. admission D. notebook 43. A. clearly B. quickly C. similarly D. patiently 44. A. dealers B. prospects C. kids D. items 45. A. debate B. order C. guarantee D. remind 46. A. noticed B. appreciated C. sighed D. laughed 47. A. matched B. cost C. promoted D. left 48. A. pay for B. look for C. make for D. apply for 49. A. contribution B. change C. decision D. privilege 50. A. booking B. reading C. sharing D. adjusting 51. A. good-looking B. worn-out C. easy-going D. well-dressed 52. A. Shopping B. Preparing C. Begging D. Wandering 53. A. developing B. adding C. presenting D. supposing
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54. A. time 55. A. suit 56. A. budget 57. A. quietly 58. A. happiness 59. A. respected 60. A. mistake

B. extra B. carry B. property B. obviously B. attention B. benefited B. content

C. quantity C. run C. response C. occasionally C. eagerness C. misplaced C. love

D. principle D. cover D. basket D. rarely D. anxiety D. treated D. notice

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注意事项:用 0.5 毫米的黑色笔迹的签字笔将答案写在答题卡上。写在本试卷上无效。 第三部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 55 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(不多于 3 个单词)或括号内单词的正确 形式。 I work in a big factory in a town 61 is quite far from my home. One day, after a whole __62 (day)work, I went back home by bus. That day was 63 long, hard one for me as the stress from work weighed heavily on my mind. A girl, who I didn’t know, sat next to me. She asked me some questions 64 (causal) and we had a short conversation. I thought to myself that she was just a 65 (strange) to me and didn’t take much interest. After a while, she suddenly handed me some chocolates and said that it was her birthday. I immediately responded with a smile and my heart felt free of the stress that I 66 (carry). In a single moment I felt the heaviness of the day 67 (transform) into lightness of a feather. Her simple act gave me joy even 68 I don’t particularly enjoy sweets as much. The only thing that I 69 do was that I wished her a long life. I can’t remember her face now but 70 (recall) the incident makes me happy. 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) 假如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 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修 改。 增加:在缺词处加—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:在错的词下面划一横线,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。 Before I left my hometown to come to study in England, I was partly terrified, and mostly I was excited, I was travelling all on my own to a place that I don’t know any person at all. I couldn’t even say the language well, but I wasn’t going to let that stop me. Within a few month
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after arriving in London, I fall in love with the city. I met some of the most amazing people from all over the world. I wasn’t quite preparing for the culture shock of a different place at the beginning of. But after one and half years, I am accustomed to living there. I have realized our views and ideas have changed completely in this country. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 假定你是李华。你的加拿大笔友 Peter 给你发了邮件,说他叔叔 Smith 将于 12 月 12 日上午。11:30 乘航班 CA988 到你所在的城市开会,同时带来了你想要的巧克力,请你 按时接机。请你速回邮件说明: 1.乐意按时接机; 2.接机方式:在飞机场出口处举一牌子“Smith is weleome” ; 3.接到人后会立即回信。 注意:1.词数 100 左右; 2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯; 3.开头语和介绍语已为你写好。

Dear Peter, How are you doing?___________________________________________ _ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ I am eagerly looking forward to his visit to our city. Yours Li Hua
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