第一部分 听力（共两节，满分30分） 略 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，并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 A
How Do Dinosaurs Play with Th
eir Friends ? by Jane Yolen, illustrated by Mark Teague What if a dinosaur's friends come to play? Does he mope (闷闷不乐) or get angry if he can't get his own way? Does he hide all his dumper trucks, refusing to share? Does he throw his friends' coloring books up in the air? Time and time again, children are told to be nice. Read More Frog and Toad Are Friends by Arnold Lobel, illustrated by Arnold Lobel It's April, and Frog is looking forward to a whole year of happy times with his best friend, Toad. If only Toad would agree to wake up from his long winter nap! In the first of five short stories, clever Frog finds a way to rouse his sleepy friend. Read More Yo! Yes? by Chris Raschka, illustrated by Chris Raschka Chris Raschka's Caldecott Honor classic is a simple yet dramatic story about friendship. Read More
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21. What is the common theme of the five books advertised above? A. Friendship. B. Adventure. C. Lovely animals. Cartoon figures. 22. If parents want their kids to be nice with others, they should choose the book by_________. A. Mo Willems B. Eric Rohmann C. Arnold Lobel Jane Yolen 23. Which of the following books is written by the best-selling picture book creator? A. Yo ! Yes ? B. My Friend Rabbit C. My Friend Is Sad D . Frog and Toad Are Friends 24. The book advertisements above can be found ____________. A. on the Internet B. in a newspaper C. on a poster magazine
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B Paul Salopek is an old-fashioned explorer, setting out on foot to circle the world. He is also a modern-day explorer. On top of a few clothes, a small first-aid kit and notebooks, he is carrying a recorder, a viedo camera, a small computer and a satellite phone — a telephone that connects to a satellite and can be used in many places where cellphones don’t work. The journey is long: 21,000 miles! It will take seven years to complete it. Salopek was born in California and spent his childhood in Mexico. He says he has always liked to travel and doesn’t like to rush. At the age of fourteen, he climbed Mount Whitney in California and crossed the state’s Sierra Nevada Mountains alone. When he was fifteen years, he walked the length of Death Valley. He once rode a mule 2000 miles through mountains in Mexico. A longtime reporter, Salopek has reported from Africa, Asia and Mexico. Now 51 years old, he plans to keep writing. As he travels around the world, he is writing stories about the people he meets and the way they live. He looks for how people find local solutions to big problems such as lack of
food and water, He also records the sounds he hears and takes photos of the sky and the Earth’s surface. The long walk started in the Rife Valley in Ethiopia in East Africa. Many consider East Africa to be home to the first humans, who lived 160,000 years ago. Salopek is retracing(追溯) the paths our ancestors took as they left Africa and settled in parts of the Middle East, Europe, Asia and the Americas. As Salopek is walking, he is learning more about himself and all of humankind. 25. The underlined phrase ―on top of ‖ in the first paragraph refers to _______; A. in addition to B. in the light of C. in reference to D. in the service of 26. The author develops the third paragraph mainly by ________. A. providing examples B. making comparisons C. making a careful analysis D. following the order of time 27. According to the passage, Paul Salopek ___________. A. is a doctor who likes carrying the small first-aid kit B. is a writer who likes traveling, exploring and studying C. is a journalist who likes traveling, exploring, writing and studying D. is a photographer who is good at using satellite communication equipment 28. What’s the best title for the passage? A. Paul Salopek: reflecting people’s real lives B. Paul Salopek: following man’s first footsteps C. Paul Salopek: going for a seven-year study D. Paul Salopek: looking back upon the childhood C They say there are three ways to experience the Grand Canyon; on foot, on mules(骡子) or by air. We chose the first. Waking up early, my husband and I and our three children couldn’t wait to get started. We decided to walk along a lovely path named Bright Angel Trail. As we set out, I was shocked at how narrow the path was. With the sun rising higher, Arizona’s famous heat seemed to roast us. Our legs were aching. We decided to go back, with the girl on my back and the boys far behind. By the time we finally got back, our legs were like jelly. The next day, after we’d had a long rest and a good breakfast, we were ready for another view of the Canyon – by air. When the plane took off and circled around the Canyon, the smiles on our faces disappeared as the pilot tossed (翻转) the plane around. It appeared as if it hit the ground. I shouted, ―STOP, TAKE US BACK!‖ When we finally arrived back on land, once again our legs were like jelly. We hardly spoke as we drove back. As I said, there are three ways to view the Grand Canyon. We never tried the mules, but personally I’d suggest a fourth: buy yourself a good magazine like National Geographic. That way, you can see the Canyon, without fear or tiredness. 29. The underlined expression ―Our legs were like jelly‖ in the second paragraph probably means . A. we were weak B. we were excited C. we were unhappy D. we were dissatisfied 30. Which of the following best describes their Canyon trip by air?
A. It made each of them tired B. It proved to be frightening. C. It turned out to be exciting D. It made each of them relaxed 31. According to the passage, you may ________ if you want to view the Grand Canyon without fear or tiredness. A. walk B. ride on mules C. take a plane D. read National Geographic D Car crashes are the top killer of American teenagers. Most of the crashes result from distracted driving — not paying attention to the road. Ryan Didone was a fifteen-year-old passenger in a car that hit a tree. He was one of the nation's more than thirty thousand victims of traffic crashes in 2014. Nearly four thousand deaths, about twelve percent, involved drivers age fifteen to twenty. Ryan's father, Thomas Didone, is a police captain in Montgomery County, Maryland. He said, "It was an inexperienced driver who felt that he was good at driving at night with a carload of kids. He was distracted, he was going too fast, and it ended up causing one death and some upsetting experiences and tragedy for the rest of the community." Jim Jennings from the Allstate Insurance Company said, ―The number one cause of distracted-driving accidents is the mobile phone. Talking on the phone or reaching for it is like drinking four beers and driving. If you're texting while driving, you are twenty-three times more likely to get into an accident than somebody who isn't. Reaching for a cell phone when it's going off, you're nine times more likely to get into an accident than normally driving.‖ The insurance industry recently held a safety event near Washington for teen drivers. At first, nineteen-year-old Kevin Schumann easily avoided large, inflatable（充气的）dolls thrown in front of the car to represent children. He also avoided orange cones (锥形体) representing the edge of the road. Then, as part of the test, he started texting. He hit several cones and at least one doll. Debbie Pickford from the Allstate Insurance Company said, ―Teens are especially at risk from distracted driving — and not just because they lack experience on the roads. What we know from research on teen brain development, is that teens don't really have fully developed brains until they're twenty-five years old. You put those two things together and you get a much, much higher risk.‖ 32. It can be learnt from the second paragraph that _______________________________. A. drivers who resulted in nearly 4000 deaths are teenagers B. over 30,000 victims have died from traffic crashes so far C. it was at night that Ryan Didone died from a car accident D. Ryan Didone’s death was due to the driver’s carelessness 33. According to the passage, _____________ is the most likely to lead to a traffic accident while you are driving. A. reaching for a cell phone B. texting on the mobile phone C. talking on the mobile phone D. bringing along a cell phone 34. A safety event held by insurance industry was meant to ________________________.
A. attract more teenagers to take part in it B. make more teenagers practice avoiding large barriers C. draw enough attention to teenagers’ distracted driving D. encourage more teenagers to pay for insurance protection 35. The passage is probably followed by a concluding paragraph about ______________. A. much higher risk B. measures to be taken C. experience on the roads D. teen brain development
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。 Do you sweat, bite your pencil, and feel butterflies in your stomach as your teacher hands out a test paper? A lot of people get upset when it's time to take a test. 36 Actually, sometimes a little stress is a good thing for you. Here are some tips for taking tests: ● 37 If you're sure of the information, you'll have fewer reasons to be anxious. ●Get enough sleep the night before the test. 38 In a scientific study, people who got enough sleep before taking a math test did better than those who stayed up all night studying. ●Read the test paper through first. Once you have the test paper in front of you, read over the entire test paper, and check out how long it is and all the parts that you are expected to complete. 39 ●Relax. If you're so nervous that you can't think of anything, you might need a mini-break. Of course, you can't get up and move around in the middle of a test, but you can wiggle (摆动) your fingers and toes, take four or five deep breaths. 40 ●These tips should help most people, but some can get serious test-taking errors. If you're one of them, you may need to talk to a parent or teacher for help. A. Be sure you've studied properly. B. Focus on dealing with each question personally. C. It's natural to feel some stress about taking tests. D. Your memory will be much better if you've had enough rest. E. You can also picture yourself on a beach or some calm places. F. This may help you know how much time you have for each part. G. As the teacher hands out the test paper, be sure you know what's expected of you. 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，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Ted Schredd dislikes cars. He always tries to persuade people to stop 41 because cars pollute the air. He feels convinced the air will be 42 if more people ride bikes. One day, a good 43 occurred to Ted that he planned to cycle around North America and wanted to show everyone cycling is a 44 means to get around. Shortly he left his hometown, Vancouver, by bicycle. 45 he reached San Diego, he met
another cyclist. The cyclist 46 Ted to speak at a conference about the 47 . He said, ―We’ll pay your airfare to Texas.‖ Two hours later, Ted was on a 48 to the environmental conference and to a big 49 ! At the conference, he met Deanna. It was 50 at first sight! They talked for six hours straight. The next day, Ted asked Deanna to 51 the trip with him. Deanna said 52 , and was on the road with Ted 20 days later! Ted rose early every morning, around 6:00 a.m., but at first it was 53 for Deanna, because she wanted to sleep 54 noon. After a few days, she 55 got accustomed. As they cycled from Florida to Montreal and then back to Vancouver, every day was 56 . They had free meals in many restaurants and 57 in people’s backyards during the night. 58 , they made many new friends all the way. Happily, they got 59 on their arrival in Vancouver. Everybody 60 the devoted couple a long life of happiness together! 41. A. crying B. smoking C. driving D. worrying 42. A. drier B. fresher C. dirtier D. warmer 43. A. job B. idea C. secret D. excuse 44. A. dangerous B. new C. possible D. fun 45. A. When B. Unless C. Because D. Although 46. A. ordered B. allowed C. invited D. promised 47. A. air B. transportation C. travel D. environment 48. A. bicycle B. plane C. train D. ship 49. A. problem B. surprise C. holiday D. difference 50. A. love B. pride C. hate D. doubt 51. A. plan B. start C. change D. finish 52. A. yes B. no C. it D. so 53. A. convenient B. beneficial C. comfortable D. difficult 54. A. before B. over C. until D. at 55. A. gradually B. mentally C. actually D. hopefully 56. A. safe B. exciting C. tiring D. quiet 57. A. lay B. cooked C. slept D. waited 58. A. Instead B. At first C. Besides D. After all 59. A. married B. hurt C. dressed D. paid 60. A. congratulated B. celebrated C. hoped D. wished
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。将答案 填写在答题卡的相应位置。 Steve: Cindy! Have you heard the news? Cindy: No, Steve. What do you mean? Steve: You know all the classes we 61 (miss) because of the snow? We're going to have
(make) them up during the spring break. Cindy: Oh, no! We have our vacation all set! What are we going to do? Do the others know that? Steve: I don't know but I certainly can't afford to miss five 63 (day) of classes this term. Cindy: But I really don't feel like 64 (cancel) our trip. All of us have already booked our plane tickets! Steve: I can try to call the travel agency; maybe they can return our money. But 65 we do anything, we need to speak with our professors. Cindy: You think they'll excuse us from class? Steve: I don't know. But I think we're going to have to speak to all of them anyway. Cindy: Why didn't they arrange the classes at the end of the term before summer classes? Steve: Because of the graduation date， 66 can't be changed! Cindy: Are other colleges around here doing 67 same thing? Steve: I would imagine so！It has been 68 bad a winter. Cindy: I know, I know. I was just really looking forward 69 this vacation. Steve: Oh, look, there's Professor Smith right now! Cindy：Come on, let's go and talk to 70 (he). 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：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧），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。 My father’s birthday is coming. Mom and I will have a party in Saturday night. It’s a secret — Dad don’t know about it. We have booked a big room in a hotel in our town and invited the jazz band to playing music during the evening. My aunt and uncle, that will arrive ahead of time, will stay in the hotel because our flats is very small. So my grandfather can’t come because of he is still in hospital. I’m very sadly about that. Tomorrow morning Mom and I are going out to buy a special gift for Dad. I hope I can find everything nice. 第二节 书面表达 （满分25分） 假定你是李华，原本约定昨天下午2点和外教Mr. Johnson以及其他同学在校门口集中，一 起去公园，但是你迟到了1个小时，错过了集合时间。请你给Mr. Johnson写封道歉信，内容包 括： 1.解释你迟到的原因； 2.希望得到Mr. Johnson的原谅等。 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，但不计入总词数。
Dear Mr. Johnson, I am feeling so sorry that I didn’t get to the school gate on time yesterday afternoon.
第一部分：略 第二部分： 第一节： 21-24ADCA 25-28ADCB 第二节： 36-40 CADFE 第三部分： 第一节： 41-45CBBDA 46-50CDBBA 第二节： 61.have missed/ missed 62.to make
65.before 66.which 67.the 68.so 69.to 70.him 第四部分： 第一节： My father’s birthday is coming. Mom and I will have a party in Saturday night. It’s a secret — Dad don’t on doesn’t know about it. We have booked a big room in a hotel in our town and invited the jazz band to playing music a play during the evening. My aunt and uncle, that will arrive ahead of time, will stay in the hotel because our flats is who flat very small. So my grandfather can’t come because of he is still in hospital. I’m very sadly about that. But sad Tomorrow morning Mom and I are going out to buy a special gift for Dad. I hope I can find everythi ng nice. somethi ng 第二节：One Possible Version Dear Mr. Johnson, I am feeling so sorry that I didn’t get to the school gate on time yesterday afternoon. I did remember the appointment yesterday. However, I felt a little tired after lunch, so I decided to take a nap. When I woke up, it was five past two. So I hurried out to take a bus, which got caught in the heavy traffic on the half way. Finally, I arrived at the school gate only to find that all of you had left. I felt terribly sorry because I know nobody likes being kept waiting. It’s my fault for being late. I should have set the alarm clock. Hope you can accept my apology. Yours, Li Hua