注意：1.本试卷分第 I 卷和第 II 卷，第 I 卷的所有答案必须填涂在答题卡上。 2.试卷满分 120 分，考试时间为 120 分钟。 第一卷（选择题，共 85 分） 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 does the man want to do? A. Relax himself B. Finish his work C. Get something to eat
2. What does the woman suggest the man buy? A. A dress B. A purse C. A jacket
3. When does the man go to the library? A. On Saturday B. On Sunday C. On Monday
4. Where does this conversation most likely take place? A. At a clothing store B. At a laundry place C. At a restaurant
5. How does the woman respond to the man? A. She is disappointed B. She is impressed C. She is opmistic
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，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. Why won’t the woman’s sister come to dinner? A. She has to work late. B. She has an appoirtment C. She is in another town
7. How does the man feel about the dinner tonight? A. He is very excited B. He is a little disappointer
C. He is quite angry
听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. Where does the woman plan to go? A. San Francisco B. Sacramento C. Los Angeles
9. What is the best way to see California acceding to the man? A. Go there by plane B. Take the train along coast C. Go through the center of California 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Why did the man fall asleep? A. He is sick 11. Why does the man have to work? A. To pay for school bill 12. Where will the man probably go next? A. To a class B. To the financial aid office C. To the student employment office 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. How did the woman get the computer? A. She ordered it B. She borrowed it C. It was a gift B. To pay his debts C. To pay his hospital B. He works at night C. His class was boring
14. What surprises the man about the computer? A. The size B. The price C. The color
15. What did the woman do in the cafétoday? A. She talked with a friend B. She worked on the resume C. She looked for a job there 16. How does the woman feel about noisy café ? A. She dislikes the noise B. She ignores the noise C. She is inspired by the noise
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is required for guests? A. A photo ID 18. What must be reported to the gym staff? A. Spitting after swimming 19. At what age can children swim alone? A. Nine years old old 20. Which pool policy has change? A. The business hours B. The showering rules C. Required swimming clothes 第二部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 请认真阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。 21. In _________ 1860s, the Italian archaeologist Giuseppe Fiorelli was made ___________ director of the Pompeii dig. A. the; / B. the; the C. /; / D. /; the B. Ten years old C. Eleven years B. Children ’s ―accident’ C. Any illnesses B. A life jacket C. Gym shorts
22. It is time for humans to reconsider _________ seriously ________ nuclear power should be developed. A. that; how B. it; if C. it; whether D. that; why
23. After the dinner party, most guests left, with only two of them _______ in the host family, ______ him clear up. A. remaining; helped C. remained; helped B. remaining; helping D. remained; helping
24. The new shopping mall will be located in _______ used to be a wasteland and a huge garden will be constructed _______ there were numbers of tombs A. where; where B. which; in which
C. what; where
D. which; where
25. The news spread quickly through the campus _______ we would have a longer holiday, _______ made all the students wild with joy. A. which; that B. that; what C. that; which D. what; which
26. How long do you think ______ the Microsoft bring out a new product? A. it will be before B. will it be until C. will it be when D. it will be that
27. ----______ made her ashamed of herself? ----_________ the lowest mark in her class. A. What; Because she got C. What was it that; That she got B. Was it what; Getting D. What was it that; Get
28. A runner can lost a lot of advantage by even _________ back to see low far behind the others are. A. staring B. watching C. glaring D. glancing
29. ---John looks down today, what’s up? ---Well, _______ happened between Jane and me is none of your business. A. whichever what 30. H7N9 flu _______ quickly in China and you can’t imagine the difficulty the doctors have ________ it. A. is spread; controlling C. spread; to control B. is being spread; to control D. is spreading; controlling B. no matter which C. whatever D. no matter
31. Our country ________ great changes in the past 30 years and it is no longer ______ it used to be. A. went through; what C. experienced; that B. has gone through; that D. has experienced; what
32. I felt lucky _______ as a representative of Canada and joined in the cultural tour to Pompeii and Loulan. A. to be chosen chosen 33. Drinking alcohol in small amounts regularly could mean you are less ________ to become overweight than those who do not drink at all.
B. to choose
C. to have been chosen
D. to have
34. About one third of the population in Shanghai _____ netizens, while in less developed areas, only three percent ___ online. A. are, are 35. ---Brad was Jane’s brother! ---_________. He reminded me so much of Jane! A. No doubt B. Not exactly C. No wonder D. Not really B. is, is C. are, is D. is, are
第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 请认真阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 The famous composer, Albert Roussel, didn’t have a good start in this career. However, he achieved a great deal of success as a result of a 36 . 37 . As a little
Roussel’s parents died when he was eight and he went to live with his boy, he fell in love with music and collection that his mother kept,
38 himself about it by reading through the family 39 which there were a lot of related books. Three years later, 40 him. Her husband was a
Roussel’s grandfather died, and his mother’s sister decided to
kind man and 41 for young Roussel’s music lessons. One summer vacation at a Belgian seaside added a second 42 to his life—the sea. Then he studied to be a naval cadet（海军学 . 44 a band, playing the works of
员）, but still took time to study 43
In the French Navy, he and two friends found the time to
Beethoven and other 45 . Roussel also began composing. On Christmas day 1892, he had his first chance to 46 as a composer, which turned out to be a success． 47 Roussel to write a wedding march（婚礼进行曲）, and one of his navy
That success friends 48
to show it to a famous conductor, Edouard Colonne. When Roussel’s friend with 50 his naval career
the manuscript（手稿）, he reported that Colonne had advised Roussel to and devote his life to music. Not long , 51 , at the age of 25, Roussel decided to
52 Edouard Colonne’s advice. He
gave his heart and soul to his composing and 53 a major force in twentieth century French music. Because of Eduoard Colonne’s inspiring 54 , Roussel devoted his life to music, but
Rousssel’s 55 friend later admitted that he had made it up. He said he had never even shown Roussel’s manuscript to the famous conductor. 36.A. lie 37. A. aunt 38. A. consulted 39. A. between 40. A. catch 41. A. applied 42. A. love 43. A. opera 44. A. make for 45. A. professors 46. A. produce 47. A. inspired 48. A. brought 49. A. returned 50. A. keep to 51. A. therefore 52. A. change 53. A. replaced 54. A. request 55. A. navy B. guess B. teacher B. reminded B. within B. raise B. looked B. wish B. biology B. set up B. composers B. study B. forbade B. refused B. left B. begin with B. afterwards B. correct B. improved B. order B. music C. hope C. grandfather C. asked C. before C. leave C. waited C. job C. music C. take away C. singers C. publish C. wanted C. offered C. ran C. focus on C. then C. follow C. grasped C. advice C. work D. joke D. neighbor D. taught D. among D. miss D. paid D. page D. art D. deal with D. teachers D. perform D. required D. came D. went D. give up D. however D. repent D. became D. will D. school
第三部分 阅读理解（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 请认真阅读下列短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A TEACH DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN IN QUITO IN ECUADOR Teach in nice and beautiful Ecuador（厄瓜多尔）! The government school we work with has about 200 pupils aged from 5 to 14 years old. The children come from many different economic backgrounds and family situations. Some of the children are supported by the upper-class
employers of their parents; others cannot attend school every day as they sell something in the streets for parts of the week. This school really needs volunteers and you’ll be greatly appreciated. You’ll work with disadvantaged children who will benefit greatly from your help! You will be able to teach English and many other subjects—IT, sports, music, art, drama, anything you have a good knowledge in! Please let us know if you have a special interest and we will do our best to tailor-make (定制) your project! SUMMARY FACTFILE Price: From ￡775, excluding flights Duration: From 2 weeks to 6 months subject to visa requirements Start Dates: All year round—you choose your start and finish dates Requirements: At least aged 17, no qualifications necessary, but you’ll have to be enthusiastic. You’ll need to know a little Spanish to do this project, but if you have no knowledge of Spanish at all, you can combine your project with 1-week intensive (强化的) Spanish course in Quito before starting your project. WAHT YOU’LL GAIN FROM DOING THIS PROJECT: ·An exciting, never-to-be-forgotten adventure in the fascinating culture of Ecuador ·The great satisfaction of helping disadvantaged children and adults and knowing that you made a difference to them · New skills, more confidence, a greater understanding of a different culture, invaluable personal and professional development · An entry on your CV that makes you stand head and shoulders above others in the job market ·And best of all...an unforgettable experience! 56. A member to be admitted into the project should ________. A. be over 17 with enthusiasm C. know English and Spanish well B. have college certificates D. afford a holiday of one year
57. This passage is written with the purpose of ________. A. calling in some voluntary teachers C. providing information on the job market D. introducing how to join a tailor-made profession
B. telling the readers where to camp
B The healthy adolescent boy or girl likes to do the real things in life, to do the things that matter. He would rather be a plumber’s mate and do a real job that requires doing than learn about hydrostatics(流体静力学)sitting at a desk, without understanding what practical use they are going to be. A girl would rather look after the baby than learn about child care. Logically we should learn about things before doing them and that is probably why the experts enforce this in our educational system. But it is not the natural way---nor, in my view, the best way. The adolescent wants to do things first for only then does the appreciate the problems involved and want to learn more about them. They do these things better in primitive life, for there at puberty(青春期) the boy joins his father in making canoes, patching huts, going out fishing or hunting. He is serving his apprenticeship( 学 徒 期 ) in the actual accomplishments of life. It is not surprising that anthropologists(人类学家) find that the adolescents of primitive communities do not suffer from the same neurotic(神经质的) ―difficulties‖ as those of civilized life. This is not, as some assume, because they are permitted more sexual freedom, but because they are given more natural outlets(宣泄的途径) for their native interests and powers and are allowed to grow up freely into a full life of responsibility in the community. In the 19th century this was recognized in the apprenticeship system, which allowed the boy to go out with the master carpenter, or ploughman(把犁人), to engage in the actual work of carpentry or roof-mending, and so to learn his trade. In some agricultural colleges at the present time young men have to do a year’s work on a farm before their theoretical(理论的) training at college. The great advantage of this system is that it lets the apprentice see the practical problems before he sets to work learning how to solve them, and he can therefore take a more intelligent interest in his theoretical work. Since more knowledge of more things is now required in order to cope with the adult world, the period of growing-up to independence takes much longer than it did in a more primitive community, and the responsibility for such education, which formerly was in the hands of the parents, is now necessarily undertaken by experts at school. But that should not make us lose sight of the basic principle, namely the need and the desire of the adolescent to engage responsibly in the real pursuits of life and then to learn how—to learn through responsibility, not to learn before
responsibility. 58.According to the author, what is the natural way of education? A. Doing things while learning. C. Doing things as an apprentice. B. Doing things before learning. D. Learning practical knowledge first.
59. The main advantage of the natural way of education, whether in primitive or modern times, is that learners ________. A. can learn the trade through solving problems at work B. can work with their masters throughout their learning C. are given opportunities to develop their interest first D. are given more love and support in doing things and learning 60. According to the context, ―this‖ in the third paragraph refers to ________. A. the kind of skills boys learned from their father B. the difficulties modern adolescents experience C. the amount of freedom in learning in primitive life D. the way of learning in primitive communities 61. Which of the following sums up the author’s main point? A. The apprenticeship system was effective in learning. B. Learning to solve problems is learning through responsibility. C. Students develop their interest through learning. D. Students should be given more freedom in learning. C Look into hunters’ eye Have you ever been face to face with a cat or a sheep? If you have, you probably noticed that cats narrow their eyes to vertical (垂直的) slits (狭缝), while sheep have horizontal pupils (瞳孔). Why is the difference? Scientists from the Universities of California Berkeley and Durham in Britain may have the answer. Their research, published recently in the journal Science Advances, suggested that pupils’ shapes could tell whether an animal is a hunter or gets hunted. The researchers took a close look at the eyes of 214 land animals. The challenge was to see if they could find a relationship between an animal’s role in the food chain and the pupils’ shapes.
They found a pattern. Species with pupils that are vertical slits are more likely to be small ambush predators (捕猎者) – creatures that lie in wait for their lunch. In contrast, those with horizontal pupils are more likely to be plant-eating prey (猎物) species. Evolution chose the arrangement for a good reason. For hunters such as household cats, it appears that vertical pupils not only improve their ability to keep track of moving objects like mice, but also maximize (使最大化) their ability to judge the distances of the animals they hunt. However, an interesting discovery from the study is that the slit pupils are mostly linked to hunters that are close to the ground. Therefore, bigger cats who actively hunt down their prey, like tigers and lions, don’t have slit pupils. On the other hand, for plant-eating prey animals, horizontal pupils give them a wider field of vision. When stretched (伸展) horizontally, the pupils allow for more light to enter from the front, back, and sides. Meanwhile, they also limit the amount of light from the sun above so the animal can see the ground better. ―Once they do detect(发现) a predator, they need to see where they are running,‖ said leading researcher Martin Banks, a UC Berkeley professor of optometry (视光学). ―They have to see well enough out of the corner of their eye to run quickly and jump over things.‖ But what happens when they bend down to eat? Researchers checked this by watching prey animals in the Oakland Zoo in California, US. They confirmed that when goats lower their heads to eat, their eyes rotate (旋转) to keep their pupils horizontal. So it seems that the eyes are indeed the window to the soul! 62. What is the article mainly about? A. How animals keep track of moving objects B. Why animals have evolved with different shaped pupils. C. How animals change their pupils’ shape when hunting for food. D. How the pupils’ shape influences an animal’s ability to detect a predator. 63. According to the study, slit pupils ______. A. help to provide a wider field of vision B. are more likely to belong to big predators C are more likely to belong to those to get hunted. D. provide the sharpest way to judge hunting distance 64. What can we conclude from the article about plant-eating prey animals?
A. Their pupils allow more light to be received from both above and below. B. Their pupils are able to help them scan their surroundings for threats. C. Once they detect a predator, their eyes rotate to help them find where to run. D. When they lower their heads to eat, they narrow their eyes to vertical slits. D My mind went blank when I saw the gun pointing against the car window as we pulled out of the garage. This can’t be happening to me. Then I felt the gun, cold, against my head, and I heard my friend Jeremy saying, ―What do you want? Take my wallet,‖ but at the time I thought of nothing. I remember being a little annoyed when the gunman pulled me from the car by the hair. I remember the walk to the house --- Jeremy, me, the two men with two guns. I remember the fear and anger in the gunmen’s voices because Jeremy was being slow, and I remember wondering why he was being slow. I did not realize that Jeremy had thrown the keys into the bush. But I remember that sound of the gun hitting Jeremy’s head and the feeling as the man who had hold of my hair released me. And I remember the split second when I realized he was looking at Jeremy, and I remember wondering how far I could run before he pulled the trigger. But I was already running, and upon reaching the car across the street, I didn’t crouch(蹲伏) behind it but screamed instead. I remember thinking there was something ridiculous and illogical about screaming ―Help, help!‖ at eight o’clock on a Tuesday evening in December and changing my plea(恳求) to the more specific ―Help, let me in, please let me in!‖ But the houses were cold, closed, unfriendly, and I ran on until I heard Jeremy’s screams behind me announcing that our attackers had fled. The neighbors who had not opened their doors to us came out with baseball bats and helped Jeremy find his glasses and keys. In a group they were very brave. We waited for the police to come until someone said to someone else that the noodles were getting cold, and I said politely, ―Please go and eat. We’re OK.‖ I was happy to see them go. They had been talking of stricter sentences for criminals, of bringing back the death penalty(处罚) and how the President is going to clean up the country. I was thinking, they could be saying all of this over my dead body, and I still feel that stiffer sentences wouldn’t change a thing. In a rush all the anger I should have felt for my attackers was
directed against these contented people standing in front of their warm, comfortable homes talking about all the guns they were going to buy. What good would guns have been to Jeremy and me? People all over the neighborhood had called to report our screams, and the police turned out in force twenty minutes later. They were ill-tempered about what was, to them, much trouble about nothing. After all, Jeremy was hardly hurt, and we were hopeless when it came to describing the gunmen. ―Typical,‖ said one policeman when we couldn’t even agree on how tall the men were. Both of us were able to describe the guns in horrifying detail, but the two policemen who stayed to make the report didn’t think that would be much help. The policemen were matter-of-fact about the whole thing. The thin one said, ―That was a stupid thing to do, throwing away the keys. When a man has a gun against your head you do what you’re told.‖ Jeremy looked properly embarrassed. Then the fat policeman came up and the thin one went to look around the outside of the house. ―That was the best thing you could have done, throwing away the keys,‖ he said. ―If you had gone into the house with them…‖ His voice became weaker. ―They would have hurt her‖ --- he twisted his head toward me --- ―and killed you both.‖ Jeremy looked happier. ―Look,‖ said the fat policeman kindly, ―there’s no right or wrong in the situation. There’s just luck.‖ All that sleepless night I replayed the moment those black gloves came up to the car window. How long did the whole thing last? Three minutes, five, eight? No matter how many hours of my life I may spend reliving it, I know there is no way to prepare for the next time --- no intelligent response to a gun. The fat cop was right. There’s only luck. The next time I might end up dead. And I’m sure there will be a next time. It can happen anywhere, anytime, to anyone. Security is an illusion(幻觉); there is no safety in locks or in guns. Guns make some people feel safe and some people feel strong, but they’re fooling themselves. 65. When the writer saw the gun pointing against the car window, ________. A. she felt very annoyed B. she lost consciousness C. she lost the power of thinking D. she felt very much nervous 66. What most possibly drove the two gunmen away? A. Jeremy’s fighting
B. The police’s arrival C. Their neighbour’s brave action D. The author’s screaming 67. When the author called for help, the neighbors didn’t come out immediately because ________. A. they needed time to find baseball bats B. they were busy preparing dinners C. they were much too frightened D. they thought someone was playing a trick 68. The author was happy to see the neighbors go because ________. A. she wanted to be left alone with Jeremy to get over the shock B. she did not want to become an object of pity C. she was angered by their being late to come to her help D. she hated to listen to their empty talk 69. The police were rather angry because ________. A. they thought it was a case of little importance B. the author was not hurt and gave a false alarm C. the author and Jeremy could not tell the police anything D. the gunmen had already fled when they arrived on the scene 70. What the author wants to tell us is that ________. A. neighbors are not helpful in moments of difficulty B. security is impossible as long as people can have guns C. the police are not reliable when one is in trouble D. preventing robbers entering your house is the best choice 第二卷（非选择题， 共 35 分） 第四部分 任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 10 分，满分 40 分） 请认真阅读下列短文， 并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入最恰当的单词。 注意： 每空格 1 个单词，请将答案写在答题纸上。 Have you ever wondered why some people seem to be so successful in life? Everything flows just right for them, the great job, great salary, perfect love, and ideal life. One reason for success is
the ability to make correct choices and decisions that lead to positive outcomes. It’s based on power of understanding things immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning or study. This ability is intuition(直觉) and highly successful people enjoy a higher degree of intuition than the average person. Successful people combine all they have learned together with what they sense with their intuition. Everybody is intuitive, but not everybody trust their intuition when it comes to making decisions. Most people don’t even believe they have intuition, so, it doesn’t even cross their minds to use it for problem solving. Even today, there are those who are afraid of their clairvoyant(有透 视力的) abilities. They have many misconceptions about it, thinking it’s taboo. Others believe they have it, have had experiences with it, but never knew it could be a valuable tool for problem solving. Intuition is actually a skill that can be developed and applied effectively for improving all areas of life. It is not a ―gift‖ that only a few have. In fact, everyone has some degree of intuition. Your intuition has probably been a guiding force for you all of your life by having provided you with information that help you reach positive outcomes. This type of information tends to come from hunches, inspirational thoughts, dreams, or visions. It can, coincidentally, come from others, or from your inner voice. Often, it’s a very strong feeling deep in the pit(凹处) of your stomach, or your heart. No matter how the information comes to you, when applied, the outcome is usually positive. Intuition is like reading. It’s a skill that can be developed through time. No one is born knowing how to read, yet almost everyone has the potential of learning how to read. As time went by, the more we read the more skillful we became at reading. With intuition, the more you understand, and use your intuition, the better it develops. Some people seem to have more intuition than others. It’s probably because they had positive experiences with it as they were growing up, and are now more comfortable with using it. The Value of Intuition
What is the (71)______betwe en intuition and success?
Intuition is an ability to know something quickly without needing to (72)________ about it or learn it by using reason.
(73)_______ of one’s learned knowledge with what one gets from intuition leads to success.
Not all people will use their intuition to (74)_____a choice or judgment. Most people are not(75)_______ of their intuition. It is misunderstood as something that we should (76)_____ using.
How much do people know about intuition?
It(78)_____you with needed information from somewhere inside your body
How does function?
Once the information is put into(79)________, a wonderful effect may be produced.
It becomes(80)_________ on condition that you understand it better and use it more.
第五部分 单词填空（共 10 小题；每题 0.5 分，共 5 分） 根据首字母或中文提示写出单词，每空一词。 81. You need to have a large v__________ as well as a good knowledge of grammar in order to learn English well. 82. As an English learner, you need to know how to ____________(辨别) between American English and British English. 83. President Xi Jinping paid an _______________(官方的，正式的) visit to France recently to improve the friendly and cooperative relations between the two countries. 84. You may have learned that tipping is expected in some Western countries, but just how to do it correctly can be a bit c__________. 85. Chinese government is determined to investigate(调查) those who have been c___________ by money and power, committing serious crimes. 86. By the age of thirty, Alexander the Great had already o___________ more land than anyone before. 87. Light to moderate showers are still f____________ for the next few days along the Xiangjiang River in Hunan Province, where serious floods in the past week killed 25 people and left 13 others missing. 88. The Internet is a wonderful place. U_____________ there are people on the net who can bemean, rule, and criminal. 89. Man overseas summer programs are actually c____________ and expensive activities, not as culture-centered as promoted. 90. Christmas is around the corner. It’s time to put some d______________ on the Christmas trees. 第六部分 课文填空（共 10 题；每题 0.5 分，共 5 分） 请用课文中的原词填空，每空一词。 Old English is very 91___________ from the English we speak nowadays. In fact, we would not be able to 92________ it if we heard it today. Before the middle of the 5th century, people in Britain all spoke a language 93______Celtic. Then two Germanic groups from the European mainland---the Angles and the Saxons---94_______Britain. Old English 95__________ of a mixture of their languages.
Modern English 96___________ during the Renaissance in the 16th 97__________. Because of this, Modern English 98____________ many Latin and Greek words. 99____________ also went through huge changes during this 100______________. 第七部分 书面表达（共 1 题，满分 15 分） 在生活中有人喜欢运动，也有人不太喜欢运动，你校就“学校应不应该召开运动会”进行 了调查，请根据以下调查结果写一篇 150 词左右的短文，并简要发表你自己的观点。以下是 调查结果： 1、增强体质； 80%支持 2、培养合作精神； 3、学会如何面对胜负； 1、并非是强身健体的唯一形式； 20%反对 2、容易造成伤害； 3、影响学习； 你的看法 注意： 1． 根据要点可适当发挥，但不要逐条翻译； 2．字数 150 左右。文章开头已经给出，不计入总词数。 3．作文中不得提及考生所在学校和本人姓名。 参考词汇：增强体质 build up one’s body/strength Some people like sport while others not in our life. Recently, our school conducted a survey about whether the school should hold a sports meeting or not, students’ opinions are divided on the topic. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ （至少两点理由）??
江苏省如东高级中学 2015-2016 学年高一下学期第一次阶段考试英语试题 参考答案 听力： （20 分） 1-5ABCBB 6-10ABCBB 11-15ACCAB 16-20CABCA
单项填空： （15 分）
完形填空： （20 分） 36-40ACDDB 41-45DACBB 46-50DACAD 51-55BCDCA
阅读理解： （30 分） 56-57AA 58-61BCDB 62-64BDB 65-70CDCDAB
任务型阅读： （10 分） 71. relationship/ connection/link make 75. aware/conscious 78.provides/equips 79. use 单词拼写： （5 分） 81. vocabulary occupied 87. forecast 88. Unfortunately/Unluckily 89. commercial 90. decorations 82. distinguish 83. official 84. confusing 85. corrupted 86. 80. stronger/greater/better 76. avoid/prohibit/forbid 77. value/benefit 72. think 73. Combination 74.
课文填空： （5 分） 91. different 96. appeared 92. understand 97. century 93. called 98. includes 94. occupied 95. consisted
99. Pronunciation 100. period
However, 20% of them hold the opposite view, arguing that sport is not the only way to keep healthy. What’s worse, some of them might get injured in the sports meeting. Besides, taking part
in the sports meeting, they think, will have a negative effect on their studies. As far as I’m concerned, it’s a good choice to hold a sports meeting,. For one thing, we can develop team spirit by participating in sports and games. For another, it’s a good way of relaxing ourselves, making our school life colorful.