本试卷分第 I 卷（选择题）和第 II 卷（非选择题） 总分 150 分，考试时间 120 分钟 第 I 卷（选择题 第一部分 听力(共两节，满分 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 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 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 段对话仅读一遍。 1. Which hotel might Pearl stay at according to the man? A. Plaza. B. Cambridge. C. Grand Regency. 2. Where will the two speakers go next? A. To an office. B. To their home. C. To a restaurant. 3. What is the man concerned about? A. The price. B. The memory space. C. The function. 4. How does the woman pay the bill? A. In cash. B. By cheque. C. By credit card. 5. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The man’s house is not far from the library. B. The man always borrows books these days. C. The man goes to the library twice a month. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 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 至 7 题。 6. What are the speakers talking about in general? A. A band. B. A cell phone. C. Music. 7. Why does the woman listen to Barndoor Boys’ songs? A. They can calm her down. B. They can cheer her up. C. They can make her relax. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. Who is the woman? A. A dancer. B. An actress. C. A player. 9. How often does the woman practise recently? A. Twice a week. B. Four days a week. C. Four times a month. 10. What does the woman ask the man to do? A. See her performance. B. Take exercise together with her. C. Help her lose weight. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Interviewer and interviewee. B. Doctor and patient. C. Fellow workers. 12. What is the man’s health problem?
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A. He suffers high blood pressure. B. He has been putting on weight. C. It’s difficult for him to go to sleep at night. 13. According to the man, what is the cause of his problem? A. Lack of exercise. B. Too many pizzas and burgers. C. No ice cream before going to bed. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. Who could the man most probably be? A. A passer-by. B. A taxi driver. C. A policeman. 15. How long will it take the woman to get to the National Museum of Art? A. Less than 12 minutes. B. No more than 18 minutes. C. More than 20 minutes. 16. How will the woman probably go to the Mexican restaurant? A. By taxi. B. By subway. C. By bus. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Where is the speaker probably? A. At a TV station. B. On a beach. C. At a shopping mall. 18. How many people does the speaker mention? A. 3. B. 4. C. 5. 19. What does the speaker say about the guy with short pants? A. He needs fashion lessons. B. He wears a fashionable shirt. C. He will go to a barbecue party. 20. Who is in fashion? A. The girl with hole y jeans. B. The girl with a white blouse. C. The guy with a Hawaiian shirt. 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) A Service Trips for High School Students Are you a high school student who loves to be outdoors and is eager to experience new challenges, learn new skills and meet new people? WTA offers first-time participants country trips and returning students have the option to go on trips in the back country ( 边远地区). Front Country Trips Our front country trips provide opportunities for people to experience projects near the ocean, in the scenic Cascade Mountains and in northeast Washington. Our trips also provide you with experienced leaders, a great project, some camping tents, sleeping bags and all your meals for the week. Advanced Back Country Trips On these trips you will be backpacking to the work site and will have a chance to advance your trail and leadership skills under the supervision of a WTA leader. Trip Details In 2015, trip fees for WTA members will be $195 for the first trip and $145 for each additional trip. Non-members will pay an additional $40 for their first trip and can be qualified to be members in the second trip. Due to the popularity of our trips, please submit your payment and application within two weeks. If a trip is full and you would like to be added to the waiting
list, please call us at 206/625-1367 or email email@example.com. Scholarships We believe no student should have to stay at home this summer because he or she can’t afford to go outside. Thanks to donations from members and supporters, WTA is proud to announce that we are able to offer a limited number of scholarships. Application Deadline: March 1 , 2015. 21．If you are going on Front Country Trips, you can’t go on trips __________. A. near the ocean B. in the back country C. in the Cascade Mountains D. in northeast Washington 22．How much will you have to pay for your first trip if you’re not a WTA member? A. $145. B. $185. C. $195. D. $235. 23．After choosing a trip, you __________. A. will naturally become a WTA member. B. can cancel your trip and get all your money back. C. will be added to the waiting list. D. must submit your payment and application within two weeks. 24．You may be lucky enough to obtain a scholarship if you __________. A. apply before March 1, 2015. B. donate a little money to WTA. C. support WTA by advertising. D. volunteer in your high school. B It’s hard to find Alice Munro in the media. Even after she won the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature, the Canadian writer just appeared for a quick interview and then dropped out of sight. On Dec 29, she still didn't seek the spotlight （聚光灯） when she was named one of the five Women of the Year by the Financial Times. In Munro's eyes, ordinary lives always hide larger dramas. So she records what we casually think of as the everyday actions of normal people. She often focuses on life in her hometown, a small village in Ontario which she is most familiar with. She writes about the ordinary things in the village－fox forming, trees filled in the Ontario wilderness, poor country alcohol and long last illnesses. Above all, she talks about girls and women who have seemingly ordinary lives but struggle against daily misfortune. She has a special talent for uncovering the extraordinary in the ordinary. These are ordinary people, ordinary stories, but she has the magic. Her precise language, depth of detail and the logic of her storytelling have made her stories inviting. Runaway, one of Munro’s representative works, is a good example of her writing style. One of the stories centers on the life of an ordinary woman Carla, who lives in a small Canadian town with her husband Clark. The story slowly forms a picture of Carla, trapped in a bad marriage, her unhappiness building into desperation until she decided to flee. The story of Carla is a story of the power and betrayals of love. It is about lost children and lots of chances that we can all find in life, There is pain beneath the surface, like a needle in the heart. Since she published her first collection of short stories in 1968, Munro has won many awards, with the Nobel Prize being her biggest honor. On Oct 10, 2013, the Nobel Prize committee named Munro the “master of the contemporary short story”. 25．We learn from Paragraph 1 that Alice Munro_____ A．didn't get on well with the media B．remained modest though very successful
C．didn’t value the title of Women of the Year D. was surprised at winning the Nobel Prize 26．What makes Alice Munro’s stories fascinating according to the text? A．Her writing techniques B．The complicated plots C．The humorous language D．Her rich imagination 27．In her representative work Runaway, Carla_____ A．leads a happy life with Clark B．is a faithful wife to her husband C．loses all hopes for a better life D．tries to run away from her husband 28．What is the text mainly about? A．Alice Munro and her hometown B．The awards Alice Munro won C．Alice Munro and her writing style D．Alice Munro’s literary life C A drunken burglar in the Orrell Par k area of Liverpool, ended up leaping out of a window after a 10-year-old girl asked him to prove he was a superhero. The drunken thief who pretended he was Superman to stop a child raising the alarm has been caught after he leapt from the apartment building in his pants to make the girl convinced. Thief Ethan Adamson, 25, told police that he had broken into a fifth-floor flat after a drinking party, believing it was empty. But he was horrified when the owner’s 10 -year-old daughter woke up while he was there. From his hospital bed, the thief told reporters, “To keep her quiet, I told her I was really Superman and I’d soon be flying off back to my secret headquarters.” “She called my bluff (向?摊牌) and told me, ‘If you’re Superman, show me you can fly or I’ll scream’. “I had no choice so I stripped to my pants to look more like a superhero and went to the window. I saw another roof below and I thought I could make it but it turned out to be a lot further down than thought. I know it doesn’t make sense but it did to me when I was drunk.” Police later found him on the roof in just his yellow pants, covered in cuts and bruises( 淤 青) after a neighbor heard his cries of pain. He now faces seven ye ars behind bars for burglary. Police spokesman Frank Armado said, “He was in quite a serious state and couldn’t move until we got up there using ladders. He was treated for his injuries and we got him some fresh clothes, before taking him to hospital where he is being kept under guard until he is well enough to be arrested.” 29．What does the underlined part in the passage mean? A. I could land safely on the roof. B. I could make the girl trust me. C. I could prove I was a superhero. D. I could make a successful escape. 30．What’s the right order of the event? a. Ethan Adamson told reporters of the burglary. b. The 10-year-old girl called Ethan Adamson’s bluff. c. Ethan Adamson attended a drinking party. d. Ethan Adamson leapt out of a window. A. cabd B. dbca C. cbda D.dcab 31．What is the author’s purpose of writing the passage? A. To report on a joking burglary.
B. To call our attention to the burglary. C. To explain how the burglar was caught. D. To look back on an adventure story. D Mosquitoes have an extraordinary ability to target humans far away and fly straight to their unprotected skin. Regrettably, mosquitoes can do more than cause an itchy( 发痒的）wound. Some mosquitoes spread several serious diseases ，including Dengue，yellow fever and malaria. Over one million people worldwide die from these diseases each year. New research now shows how mosquitoes choose who to bite. Mosquitoes need blood to survive. They are attracted to human skin and breath. They smell the carbon dioxide gas, which all mammals breathe out. This gas is the main way for mosquitoes to know that a warm-blooded creature is nearby. But mosquitoes also use their eyes and sense of touch. Michael Dickinson is a professor at the California Institute of Technology. His research shows how these small insects, with even smaller brains，use three senses to find a blood meal. Michael Dickinson’s team used plumes—a material that rises into the air of carbon dioxide gas into a wind tunnel. They then used cameras to record the mosquitoes. The insects followed the plume. Then, the scientists placed dark objects on the lighter colored floor and walls of the tunnel. Mr. D ickinson said, at first, the mosquitoes showed no interest in the objects at all. “What was quite striking and quite surprising is that the mosquitoes fly back and forth for hours. These are hungry females and they completely ignore the objects on the floor and wall of the t unnel. But the moment they get a hit of CO2, they change their behavior quite obviously and now would become attracted to these little visual blobs ( 斑点）.” This suggested to the researchers t hat a mosquito’s sense of smell is more important in the search for food. Once mosquitoes catch a smell of a human or animal ，they also follow visual signals. 32．What do mosquitoes mainly use to find their targets? A. Sense of smell B. Sense of touch C. Sense of sight D. Smart brains 33．The first response of the mosquitoes to the objects in the experiment is _______. A. to fly to the dark ones B. to catch and stick to them C. to take no notice of them D. to attach themselves to them 34．How can we avoid being attacked by mosquitoes according to the text? A. Don’t let them see us. B. Use dark objects to stop them. C. Make them fly back and forth for hours. D. Attract them to objects full of carbon dioxide gas. 35．What can be the best title for the text? A. How Do Mosquitoes Survive? B. Why Do Mosquitoes Need Blood? C. How Do Mosquitoes Choose to Bite You? D. Why Do Mosquitoes Attack the Human Being? 第二节 (共 5 小题; 每小题 2 分, 满分 10 分) 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。
Some people go through life positively. 36 Luckily, you can learn to become positive. If you become more positive, things will become brighter day by day. It’s not because things are any better, but because how you look at them will change. Here are a few things positive people do differently. They find something to look forward to every day. Whether it’s catching up on a favorite TV show, trying out a new dessert recipe, or having a phone conversation with a friend in another town, these things don’t have to be big. 37． . 38． Joy isn’t so hard to find. You can even find joy in the tiniest things — a funny text from a friend or a beautiful sunny day — because it adds up. Soon, you won’t have to stop and smell the roses because you’ll be smelling them all the time. So l earn to enjoy the small things in your life. They stay busy. Being busy doesn’t mean living under much stress. 39． It means having something to look forward to e very day. Start a hobby. Fill your weekends with your hobby. Remember, living your life to the fullest is up to you. 40． When in doubt, choose kindness. Positive people look on the bright side, sure, but they also tend to pay it forward by passing on their positive energy to others. Giving is generous, but it also makes the giver feel even be tter. Now that’s a win -win. Be kind to others and others will treat you in the same way. And your days will be much better. A. It means filling your life with good activities. B. They celebrate small things. C. They are kind. D. They do something for fun. E. Kindness is most important. F. Having activities to expect will make you happy every day. G. But not all of us were born to be positive. 第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分）
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， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Cathy and I met a few days after I first arrived in China. I was walking around the English academy which had __41__ me, introducing myself to my new colleagues, most of whom were Chinese. I entered Cathy’s __42_, saw her, and immediately felt some __43__ and happy emotions. She __44__ so kind, yet professional. I couldn’t stop smiling like a (n) __45__. After introducing ourselves and exchanging __46__ questions, I asked whether she knew anyone who could __47__ me in Chinese. She said she could, and __48__ to meet after work. We sometimes exchanged non-romantic texts in the evening. After a couple __49__ , I invited her to my apartment. I was very nervous. Later, I asked if she would consider __50__ me. She didn’t immediately __51__, but said she would tell me the next day. I found it very difficult to __52__, but wait I did. This was a __53__ difference. In American culture, starting to date someone is not a bit important __54__ , but I think in Chinese culture it is. Well, she said “yes”, and so we spent lots of time together, and __55__ love. I asked her to __56__ me about 6 or 7 months later. We had a Chinese style __57__ in Cathy’s hometown. My parents came, and it was great. It went really __58__. Everyone was very __59__. It was a very fun and interesting __60_ for me,
very different from 41. A. hired 42. A. life 43. A. interesting 44. A. talked 45. A. father 46. A. basic 47. A. match 48. A. hated 49. A. hours 50. A. dating 51. A. leave 52. A. Sleep 53. A. temporary 54. A. risk 55. A. cared about 56. A. marry 57. A. breakup 58. A. steady 59. A. curious 60. A. companion
a Western style wedding. B. fired C. educated B. classroom C. bedroom B.awkward C. disappointed B. spoke C. smelled B. actor C. fool B. serious C. practical B. persuade C. communicate B. refused C. agreed B. weeks C. years B. helping C. cheering B. argue C. laugh D. B. eat C. wait B. national C. cultural B. decision C. trouble B. fell in C. talked about B. follow C. test B. party C. get-together B. well C. annoying B. polite C. sad D. B. lesson C. exp erience 第 II 卷（共 60 分）
D. taught D. heart D. confused D. looked D. genius D. strange D. tutor D. happened D. decades D. praising answer D. complain D. political D. fault D. broke in D. promise D. wedding D. fast happy D. story
第一节 单句语法填空 (共 10 小题,每个 1 分). 61. Due to the hard training they ______ (do) before, their performance were very impressive. 62. The study found that 81 percent of the participants finished their f astest work when music ____ (play). 63. Sometimes young people can have good and_____ (reason) ideas. 64. The state of Hawaii has already begun the ____ (recover) of the island by removing the animals living on grass and planting trees. 65. An expert, together with some assistants, ______ (sent) to help in this work. 66. Televisions is quickly taking the place of _____ (print) materials as the major source of news for most people. 67. Serious head and neck injuries happen most often in athletes _____play contact sports like football. 68. It is always a good idea _____roommates should be clear about their daily habits to avoid misunderstanding. 69. The floor is covered with ____seemed to be worms. 70. I was _____ (complete) at a loss at that time. 第二节 第二节 语篇语法填空（共 10 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） There once live a boy named Woo Sing, __71___ father brought home a mirror. Woo Sing had never seen one before. So when he saw it for__72___first time, he did n’t understand what it was, but thought he saw__73__boy in the mirror, which made him happy, for he thought the boy had come to play with him. He spoke to the stranger in a friendly way, but received no reply. He laughed and waved at the boy, who did ___74___ (exact) the same thing. Then he thought, “I’ll go closer. It may be because he doesn’t hear me.” But when he began to walk, the boy imitated him. Woo sing stopped __75___ (think) about these strange actions, saying to
himself, “this boy is fooling me. He does what I do.” The more he thought about it, the __76____ (angry) he become and son he noticed the boy became angry too. So Woo Sing __77__ (strike) the boy in the g lass, but only hurt his own hand and went __78___ (cry) to his father, who said, “The boy you saw was __79___ (you) image. This should teach you an important lesson, my son. You should never show your anger to others. Now remember that in real life when you strike__80__ cause you’ll hurt yourself most of all.” 第四部分: 写作(共两节, 满分 35 分) 第一节：短文改错 (共 10 分,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 该文中共有十处错误,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 一个漏字符号(∧), 并在此符号下面写出该加的词。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 改十处, 多者(从第 11 处起) 不计分。 Good morning, everyone. It’s great honor for me to speak here. My name is Li Xiang, born in a harmonious family. My father and mother are all high school teachers. Influenced by them ， I read widely during my early age, but I’ve developed a great interest in arts and sports. I’m easy-going, getting along well with my classmates. It is this personality which helps me win over the friendship of all my classmates, and also help me overcome many difficulties both in academic and personal life. Being admitted in your university has always been a beautiful dream for me. I dream constantly that I, along with mine classmates, will study happy with the help of the respectable professors. I dream that I will swim freely in the sea，enjoy the waves of knowledge. I hope all my dream will come true in the near future. Thank you. 第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分） 假设你是育才中学学生会主席李华。 你校将举办一次英语演讲比赛（ speech contest），希望附近 某大学的外籍 教师 Smith 女士来做评委。请参照一下比赛通知给她写一封信。 英语演讲比赛 主题： 人与自然 地点： 501 教室 参赛选手：10 名学生 联系人：李华（电话 44876655） 注意：词数 100 左右. Dear Ms. Smith, ________________________________________________________________________
With best wishes. Yours Li Hua 2015-2016 年景中高一升级英语参考答案 听力（20×1=20）：1—5ACBCA 6—10CBABA 11—15ACCBA 16—20BCBAB 阅读（20×2=40）： A 篇 BDDA B 篇 BADC C 篇 ACA D 篇 ACDC 七选五 GFBAC 完形填空 （20×1.5=30）：ABADC ADCBA DCCBB ADBDC 单句语法填空(10×1=10) 61. had done 62.was played 63. reasonable 64. recovery 65. was sent 66.printed 67. who/that 68. that 69. what 70. completely 语 篇 语 法 填 空 （ 10×1.5=15 ） ： 71 whose 72the 73 another 74 exactly 75 ． to think 76．angrier 77struck 78crying 79 your 80 without 改错（10×1=10）： great 前加 a all-both but-and which-that help-helps in-to mine-my happy-happily enjoy-enjoying dream-dreams 书面表达(满分 25 分)： One possible version Dear Ms. Smith, I’ m Li Hua, Chairman of the Student Union of Yu Cai Middle School, which is close to your university. I’m writing to invite you be a judge at our English speech contest to be held in Room 501 in our school on June 15. it will start at 2:00 p.m. and last for about three hours. The students will deliver their speeches on the given topic “Man and Nature”. We hope that you will accept our invitation if it is convenient for you. Please call me at 44876655 if you have any questions. I am looking forward to your early reply. With best wishes. Yours Li Hua 附听力原文 (Text l) W: What hotel is Pearl staying at? Cambridge or Grand Regency? M: She might be staying at the Plaza, but I don’t know for sure. (Text 2) M: I’m sorry I’m late, dear. I had a long meeting at the office. W: That’s OK. Now we can try that new Chinese restaurant downtown. (Text 3) W: What’s important when you’re buying a new phone? M: What’s important? For me, memory space. A lot of phones are bad with memory, but cheap ones are even worse. I keep a lot of music on my phone. That takes up a lot of space. (Text 4) M: Here is your bill. Please have a check. W: I guess no problem. I don’t have much cash on me. Do you take cheques? M: Sorry, we only accept credit cards and cash. Do you have your credit card? W: Yeah. Here you are. (Text 5)
W: How often do you go to the library? M: I go there twice a week, because it takes me only 10 minutes to go there by bike. W: Do you always borrow books? M: Well, I sometimes borrow books, but I always borrow DVDs these days. (Text 6) M: You’ve got a lot of songs in your cell phone. What kind of music do you usually listen to? W: It’s hard to say. Different music for different moods. M: For example? W: Well, when I feel sad or I’m a little blue, I like listening to Barndoor Boys. A lot of people don’t like country music, but I like it. It cheers me up. (Text 7) W: Hey, are you free this weekend? I’ll be on stage for the first time ! M: Excuse me? On stage? Are you acting? W: No, dancing! It’s my modern dance stage performance ! M: I didn’t know you’re a dancer! You must be so busy. How often do you practise? W: Twice a week usually, but this month, we’ve been practising four days a week. M: Wow , I’ll bet that helps you lose weight ! W: Actually, not really. After practising I’m always so hungry. I just eat and eat. M: But still, you get more exercise than most people, for sure. W: Why don’t you come to see me perform Saturday night? M: Let me check my schedule. What time? (Text 8) W: Oh, of course, thank you. Let’s find one more person ?maybe that man over there. Excuse me, can I ask you a few questions about your health? M: What ? What? What? Do you think I have a health problem? W: Umm, do you have a problem? M: I can’t sleep at night. I just lost 30 pounds. I’ve been on a diet for almost a year now. I have to go running for two hours a day. But I miss what I used to eat. W: What did you use to eat? M : Pizzas , burgers. . . I used to eat ice cream before going to bed. I know that’s the reason I can’t sleep well. No ice cream, no sleep. What am I going to do? W: Umm ...I think you should talk to your doctor. Thank you and good luck. (Text 9) W: Ah g reat. Thanks for pulling over. M: Where to? W: Well, I’m going to the National Museum of Art. M: Sure, Hop in. W: Uh . Excuse me, how long does it take to get there? M: Well, that all depends on the traffic, but it shouldn’t take more than twenty minutes for the average driver. And I’m not average. We should be able to get there in less than twelve minutes. W: OK. Uh, do you have any idea how much the fare will be? M: Oh, it shouldn’t be more than 18 dollars, not inclu ding a tip, of course. W: Oh, before I forget, can you recommend any good restaurants downtown? M: Well, the Mexican restaurant, La Fajita, is fantastic.
W: Sounds great! How do I get there from the museum? M: Well, you can catch the subway right outside the museum. There are buses that run that way, but you would have to transfer a couple of times. And there are taxis too, but they don’t run by the museum that often. W: OK. Thanks. (Text 10) W: OK, let’s take a look around the shopping mall. I’ll tell you who’s in fashion and who’s not in fashion. Now, there’s an example of after -school style. Check out that guy in the orange shirt and the yellow jeans. Are those in fashion? Sure , that’s the new look this season! OK.The guy with the short pants needs fashion lessons. His Hawaiian shirt is so out of style. It looks like he’s going to the ocean for a barbecue party. This is a shopping mall, not a beach. Now, do you see the girl outside, next to the tree over there? She’s wearing a short skirt and a pink sweater. Her blouse is white, and that goes with anything. She’s very fashionable and she knows it. This time next year, all the girls will copy her style. Now , here’s an example of how not to dress. That girl, with the jeans? Are jeans out? Out? Never! But those jeans have holes in them. No one wears holey jeans anymore. And the sleeves on her T-shirt are too loose. T-shirts that fit tight to the body are the newest style, not the loose kind.