第 I 卷 听力部分（共 20 小题，30 分，每小题 1.5 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。 例:How
much is the shirt? A.19.15 B.9.15 C.9.18 答案是 B。 1.What does the woman suggest the man do? A. Run around town B. Give up buying the shoes C. Buy the shoes from the catalog. 2. What does the man’s boss look like? A. He is tall with short hair. B. His hair is curly and short C. He is very old with long hair. 3. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. Their favourite trip B. Their favourite animals C. Their favourite zoo. 4. Where does the conversation probably take place? A. At a store B. At a barber’s C. At a restaurant 5. How many of the woman’s friends are coming from London today? A. Two B. Three C. Four 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 至 7 题。 6. What does the man want to do? A. Walk quickly B. Enjoy the fresh air C. Rest to have something to eat 7. What does the woman ask the man to do? A. Pick up his rubbish B. Throw his rubbish away C. Throw his rubbish into a dustbin 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What are the speakers doing? A. Buying some furniture B. Moving house C. Seeing a doctor 9. Where is the park? A. Opposite the school B. Opposite the man’s house C. Down the road 10. What does the man ask the woman to do? A. Boil some water B. Make tea for him C. Buy a coffee for him 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. When did the speakers probably meet last time? A. On Friday B. On Saturday C. On Sunday 12. What does the man think of Jill’s party? A. It was excellent B. It was as good as Paul’s party C. It was very cool. 13. Where did everybody dance at Jill’s party? A. In the sitting room B. In her garden C. On the ship 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 题至 16 题。 14. When will the woman’s class leave for the trip? A. On Sunday B. On Saturday C. On Friday
15. Why will Fiona be absent from the trip? A. She is ill. B. She has to look after her father C. She has a lot of homework to do 16. How did the man get over his fear of wild animals? A. He read a lot of books about them B. He often went to the park to see them. C. He watched a lot of documentaries about them. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 题至 20 题。 17. How long does the painting class last? A. For 30 weeks B. For 33 weeks C. For 37 weeks. 18. When is the drawing class? A. On Mondays and Wednesdays B. On Tuesdays and Thursdays C. On Tuesdays and Fridays 19. What do the listeners have to do at weekends at the end of the year? A. Take an exam B. Set up an exhibition C. See some exhibitions 20. Where is the timetable? A. In the speaker’s office B. On the Internet C. On each listener’s desk. 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 第一节：阅读下面的短文，从每题所给的四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A. I always avoid going on field investigations with the toxics（有毒物） team, unless it’s absolutely necessary. It’s not that I mind the hard work, or am afraid of coming into contact with toxic substances. What I fear is quickly losing hope about the work I do. However, doing field research with the toxic team, all I see and feel is filth---nothing else. Even if I close my eyes, I can smell the smell of food processing, rotting organic waste from paper mills and chemicals from clothing manufacturers. One morning, I went to investigate a discharged pipe to document and collect samples of pollutants secretly being emitted by a textile mill. I had to work with the utmost secrecy in order to avoid being discovered by the textile mill. I dipped a long measuring pole into the large polluting pipe to measure the volume of polluted water being emitted. But the surface of the water, covered in oil and filth, made me feel as if to vomit(呕吐). All of a sudden, I felt someone hit me on my back, it frightened me so much that I almost fell into the water. I grasped the pole and looked behind me to see an old man standing there. He asked: “Can you catch fish here?” I realized that he thought I was holding a fish pole, so I kept calm and said: “Yes, I heard that there’s a kind of small fish living in this water, and it has medicinal benefits.” The old man grew quite curious and replied: “That may be. If a fish can survive in water as dirty as this, it must have a lot of resistance. So it wouldn’t be too strange if such fish had medicinal benefits.” It was clear he was just passing by, so I answered: “Yeah, survival of the fittest. Fish that adapt can survive, just like us humans.” He kept talking to me and didn’t want to leave. He wanted to see whether or not I would catch the small fish with medicinal benefits. 21.The text is mainly about ____. A. a research report about pollution. B. an exciting experience of fishing. C. an experience of doing research on pollution D. an unforgettable talk with an old man. 22. What is the writer of the text most probably? A. A newspaper reporter. B. A researcher about pollution. C. A fisherman. D. A worker of the textile mill. 23. Why did the writer tell the old man he was fishing? A. Because he wanted to satisfy the old man’s curiosity.
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C. With hospitals and nursing homes tending to thousands of patients every year accidents can---and do ---happen. These incidents whether they are through carelessness or otherwise, can leave patients feeling powerless. That’s not the case. “There is growing public awareness. People are feeling they have more rights and they have tools in hand to make a complaint,” said Ralph Montano, spokesman for the California Department of Public Health, which regulates hospitals and long term care facilities in the state. That department received more than 6000 complaints about hospitals in 2007; in the most recent year statistics are available. The complaints can be about mixed-up lab results, medicine errors, foreign objects left in a patient during surgery or a host of other topic. Similarly, the California Department of Aging received 43000 nursing home complaints in 2009. Some said patient abuse or neglect of patients; others reported missing items. And some commented on the quality of the food. But finding the channels through them to put forward a complaint can be tiring and time consumption. Many consumers simply don’t bother, and some become lost in the system. Whether the complaint is against a hospital or a long-term care facility, the process is similar--- and many people can help, including the facility’s staff, insurance company representatives and state regulators. If you want to make a complaint while in the hospital, Patti Harvey, vice president of quality and patient care services for Kaiser Permanente in Southern California, recommends talking with the bedside nurse. If that doesn’t work, you can talk with other people higher in the chain of command, up to the hospital administrator. If the problem isn’t still taken care of ---say you disagree with your treatment plan or have a problem with your doctor---member service offices at each hospital can help address your concerns. 28. Why are there more complaints from patients? A. Because hospitals have more and more rights. B. Because it’s convenient for people to put forward complaints. C. Because in the hospital there are more accidents than before. D. Because there are more departments to deal with complaints. 29. Many consumers don’t make a complaint because ___________________. A. few accidents happen B. it takes time to make a complaint C. many complaints are lost D. complaints are bad for a long-term care facility 30. The last paragraph mainly tells us _____________. A. how to make complaints in the hospital. B. something about Patti Harvey C. to solve problems with the hospital quickly D. we should say we disagree with the treatment plan 31. Who can help if you complain against a hospital or a long term care facility? A. Peter---a medical officer from the government. B. Rudy---a headmaster of a medical university. C. Tom---a teacher of a medical school. D. Jack---a representative of an insurance company. D. A team of British scientists is preparing to create a digital model of Mount Rushmore using laser scanning（激光扫描） so that the iconic U.S. monument can be recreated if it were to be damaged. The survey work is part of a project to accurately record the exact dimensions(尺寸) of 500 of the most famous World Heritage Sites, including the Acropolis in Athens and the Great Wall of China. The joint team, from the Glasgow School of Art and Historic Scotland, are currently surveying 10 World Heritage Sites in Britain before they aim their laser beams at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota. There they will team up with members of the CyArk Foundation, a non-profit organization that has identified several “at risk” World heritage Sites. Mount Rushmore is on their list because of concerns over
deterioration of the faces of four former presidents on the sculpture. Laser scanning itself is not new but applying the technology to historic sites or buildings is a new approach. “At first, these laser scanners were produced for things like refineries where there are lots of pipes and things or atmosphere that are different for humans to actually tolerate,” Chris McGregor of Historic Scotland told Reuters Television. “They hadn’t really thought about the built heritage as being a market for such a machine but its use and the work that we are doing with it is really innovative and really exciting. CyArk’s goal is to create a huge database of detailed surveys of sites so that they can be maintained or even rebuilt if they should be damaged by a natural disaster, climate change or even war. They cited as an example the Buddhas or Bamiyan in Afghanistan, two monumental statues of standing Buddhas carved into the side of a cliffduring the sixth century that were destroyed by the Taliban in 2001. Despite offers from the governments of Japan and Switzerland, among others, to help rebuild the Buddhas, the team believe an accurate laser survey would have made the task more achievable. Doug Pritchard from the Glasgow School of Art’s Digital Design Studio said, “We are discovering new things about the buildings which are hundreds, thousands of years old,” he said. CyaArk said the loss of architectural and archaeological cultural heritage is becoming a crisis of global proportions with an urgent need for reliable documentation as a key step to help preserve heritage sites. The development of laser scanning technology has given a greater accuracy to surveys and thrown new light on ancient monuments. 32. How does Chris think applying laser scanning to famous World Heritage Sites? A. Puzzling. B. Interesting. C. Unbelieving. D. Tiring. 33. Scientists create digital models of World Heritage Sites to ___________. A. make more money. B. develop tour markets better. C. make these sites better known by people D. recreate these sites in case they are damaged. 34. We can infer from the last paragraph that _______________. A. people haven’t protected World Heritage Sites well. B. the crisis of World Heritage Sites’ being damaged is hard to avoid. C. laser scanning technology will play an important role in protecting World Heritage Sites. D. culture heritages need to be protected well 35. The writer’s main purpose of writing the passage is to ______________. A. tell us scientists create digital models of World Heritage Sites B. advertise people to use laser scanning to protect heritage sites C. call on people to protect World Heritage Sites D. introduce something about laser scanning technology 第二节：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, 并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。选项中有两项为多余选项。 My grandmother was from a town in Michingan. I enjoyed staying with my grandparents when I was young child. 36 People knew everyone, their kids, their pets and their ancestors. The relationship with them continued to grow as I grew and got older. 37 he would make little sandwiches and we’d have tea parties. She’s plant flowers and carefully tend them. I remember the small thimble she would use while doing her needlework. Placing her thimble on her finger she’s remark: “I wouldn’t want to sew without one.” A few years ago when my grandmother passed away, I bade farewell to a loving grandmother. 38 We had just had tea together a couple of moths earlier, on her 91st birthday. I missed her very much, but I noticed it particularly on my birthday, as there was no card from my grandmother. She’d never forgotten my birthday!
On one particular birthday when I was feeling a little low, something happened to make me feel like she was sharing that special day with me. 39 They are what she had made, and suddenly I felt something inside one pillow. It was small and hard. I moved the object to a seam that I carefully opened, and to my delight out came a tiny silver thimble! 40 Not realizing it had fallen off her finger, she sewed it in that little pillow that I just “happened” to fluff. I carefully laid the thimble alongside the others I’ve collected over the years, where I could continue to see the gift God chose to reveal to me. What a precious memory of a very special lady who somehow, I knew, was delighted to sew her thimble inside my pillow! A. How quickly our lives can change! B. I refused to go to the small town later. C.I loved the small town they lived in. D. I was arranging some colorful pillows. E. How sad I was to be unable to see a loving grandmother. F. Grandma was always using her hands for something exciting. G. How happy I was to find something that had been a part of her! 完型填空题： 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C、D）中，选出最佳选项， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 （共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30） The requirements for high school graduation have just changed in my community. As a result, all students must 41 sixty hours of service learning, 42 they will not receive a diploma. Service learning is academic learning that also helps the community. 43 of service learning include cleaning up a polluted river, working in a soup kitchen, or tutoring a student. 44 a service experience, students must keep a journal and then write a 45 about what they have learned. Supporters claim that there are many 46 of service learning. Perhaps most importantly, students are forced to think 47 their own interests and become 48 of the needs of others. Students are also able to learn real-life skills that 49 responsibility, problem-solving, and working as par of a team. 50, students s can explore possible careers 51 service learning. For example, if a student wonder what teaching is like, he or she can choose to work in an elementary school classroom a few afternoons each month. 52 there are many benefits, opponents 53 problems with the new requirement. First, they 54 that the main reason students go to school is to learn core subjects and skills. Because service learning is time-consuming, students spend 55 time studying the core subjects. Second, they believe that forcing students to work without 56 goes against the law. By requiring service, the school takes away an individual’s freedom to choose. In my view, service learning is a great way to 57 to the community, learn new skills, and explore different careers. 58 , I don’t believe you should force people to help others---the 59 to help must come from the heart. I think the best 60 is one that gives students choices: a student should be able to choose sixty hours of independent study or sixty hours of service. Choice encourages both freedom and responsibility and as young adults, we must learn to handle both wisely. 41. A. spend B. gain C. complete D. save 42. A. and B. or C. but D. for 43. A. Subjects B. Ideas C. Procedures D. Examples 44. A. With B. Before C. During D. After 45. A. diary B. report C. note D. notice 46. A. courses B. benefits C. challenges D. features
47. A. beyond 48. A. careful 49. A. possess 50. A. Gradually 51. A. through 52. A. So 53. A. deal with 54. A. argue 55. A. much 56. A. cost 57. A. contribute 58. A. Therefore 59. A. courage 60. A. decision
B. about B. proud B. apply B. Finally B. across B. Thus B. look into B. doubt B. full B. pay B. appeal B. Otherwise B. desire B. purpose
C. over C. tired C. include C. Luckily C. of C. Since C. point out C. overlook C. less C. care C. attend C. Besides C. emotion C. solution
D. in D. aware D. develop D. Hopefully D. on D. While D. take down D. admit D. more D. praise D. belong D. However D. spirit D. result
第 II 卷 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 （共 10 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 阅读下面材料，在空白处填上适当内容（不多于 3 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 Polar bears are suffering in a 61 (warm) world than ever before. Polar bears live in environments too cold for most animals. 62 much of the year, they live and hunt on the frozen Arctic sea ice. Nature has prepared 63 for the cold conditions. But nothing has prepared the bears for the danger that 64 (threat) the only home they know. The polar bears’ world is melting. Studies show that the polar ice has reduced by 9.8% every 10 years 65 1978. Now about 20,000 to 25,000 polar bears live in the Arctic. Polar bears depend on the sea ice for their 66 (survive). “The sea ice is more than just this platform that the bears walk over,” says Andrew Derocher, 67 scientist who studies North American polar bear populations. “ 68 it, they can’t exist.” Some melting and refreezing of the polar ice is natural. 69 in a warmer world, these cycles speed up, and bears have less time to hunt. Normally, they have three months in the spring when they gain more weight. The extra fat is used later, 70 the bears are not actively hunting. 第二节 短文改错（每小题 1 分，共 10 分） 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌的以下作文。文中共有 10 处语 言错误，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（∧ ） ，并在其下面写上该加的词。删除：把多余的词用斜线（＼） 划掉。修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在其下面写上修改后的词。 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。 Nowadays, with the growing popularity of computers, students were paying less and less attention to handwriting. According to a recently survey, many students don’t want to improve their handwriting for various reason. 52 percent of them think that they can just use a computer, so it is no need to waste time improving our handwriting. 32 percent believe that they are too busy with the study that they have no time to practising, and 16 percent think that practicing handwriting is useless. As the saying went, writing style shows the man. Beautiful and neat handwriting is great benefit, especially for students. Therefore, in my opinion, the more importance should be attached to handwriting from now on. 第三节：书面表达（25 分） 假定你是李华。请你给笔友 Peter 写封信，告诉他你叔叔李明将去他所在城市开会，带去他想要的那
幅中国画，同时询问他是否可以接机。信中还需说明： 李明：高个子，戴眼镜 航班号：CA985 到达：8 月 6 日上午 11:30 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?______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ Looking forward to your reply. Yours, LiHua
听力部分（每题 1.5 分共 30 分） 1-5 CABCA 6-10CABBA 11-15 BACCB 16-20 CAABC 阅读理解（每题 2 分共 40 分） A)21-24 CBCC B)25-27 BDC C) 28-31 BBAD D)32-35 BDCA 36—40 CFADG 完型填空（每题 1.5 分共 30 分） 41-45 CBDCB 46-50 BADCB 51-55 ADCAC 56-60 BADBC 语法填空： 61. warmer 62. Far/ During 63. them 64. threaten 65. since 66. Survival 67. a 68. Without 69. But 70. when 短文改错 （每题 1 分） Nowadays, with the growing popularity of computers, students were(are) paying less and less attention to handwriting. According to a recently (recent)survey, many students don’t want to improve their handwriting for various reason(reasons). 52 percent of them think that they can just use a computer, so it(there) is no need to waste time improving our(their) handwriting. 32 percent believe that they are too (so)busy with the study that they have no time to practising(practise) , and 16 percent think that practicing handwriting is useless. As the saying go (goes), writing style shows the man. Beautiful and neat handwriting is 加 of 或 a great benefit, especially for students. Therefore, in my opinion, the(去掉) more importance should be attached to handwriting from now on. 【参考范文】 Dear Peter, How are you doing? I’m writing to tell you that my uncle Li Ming is going to your city for a conference, and I’ve asked him to bring you the Chinese painting you’ve asked for before. Also, I’d like you to do me a favor. Would you please meet my uncle at the airport and take him to his hotel since this is the first visit to the U.S.? Thank you in advance! His flight number is CA985, and it will arrive at 11:30 am. August 6. My uncle is tall and he is wearing glasses. And he will be in blue jacket. Looking forward to your reply.