第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分）
第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分） 请听下面 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. Which place is the man looking for? A. A post office. B. An art gallery. C. A museum. 2. What is the woman trying to do? A. Tell a story. B. Describe an accident. C. Report on a game. 3. How much did the food and drinks cost? A. $30. B. $20. C. $10. 4. Why does the woman talk to the manager? A. To complain about the service. B. To see the store owner. C. To praise an employee. 5. How will the two speakers know whether the classes are cancelled? A. By reading a notice. B. By receiving messages. C. By listening to the radio. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 请听下面 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。
请听下面一段对话，回答第 6 第和第 7 两个小题。 6. How long would the woman need to work each week? A. Four hours. B. Six hours. C. Ten hours. 7. What will the woman do right now? A. Fill out a job application. B. Change her class schedule. C. Organize the tapes on the shelves. 请听下面一段对话，回答第 8 第和第 9 两个小题。 8. What does the man tell the woman to do at 3:00 pm? A. Feed the dog a treat. B. Give the dog some exercise. C. Let the dog watch a program. 9. What does the woman mean in the end? A. She refuses to watch the dog. B. She doesn’t like walking the dog. C. She will take care of the dog herself. 请听下面一段对话，回答第 10 第至第 12 三个小题。 10. What day is it today? A. Tuesday. B. Thursday.
11. What is the man’s problem? A. He cannot receive any calls. B. He cannot dial（拨号）any numbers. C. He cannot send short messages. 12. What does the man offer the woman? A. The serial（系列的）number of the phone. B. The receipt（收据）of the phone. C. The phone number. 请听下面一段对话，回答第 13 至第 16 四个小题。 13. What is the woman probably doing? A. Interview a movie star. B. Discussing teenage problems. C. Hosting a program. 14. When did James Dean move to California? A. In 1931. B. In 1936. C. In 1951. 15. What did James Dean do at college in California? A. He first acted in plays. B. He did more stage acting. C. He got seriously into acting. 16. What do we know about James Dean? A. He made numerous (很多的) popular movies. B. He was best at acting tragedies(悲剧). C. He lost his life in a car accident. 请听下面一段独白，回答第 17 至第 20 四个小题。 17. What can we learn about the film? A. It is about nature. B. It is a children’s film. C. It has won an international prize. 18. When does the museum close? A. At 5:00 pm. B. At 6:00 pm. C. At 7:00 pm. 19. What can children do in the basement(地下室)? A. Draw pictures on computers. B. Watch a working steam engine. C. See a life-sized model of a spaceship. 20. How will the listeners get in touch with the program to get free tickets? A. By letter. B. By e-mail. C. By phone.
（笔试部分：满分：120 分 时间：100 分钟）
第Ⅰ卷 选择题 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，共 30 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给出的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并
My parents both love to listen to their car radios. They also love their ongoing argument about which is better — satellite radio or local, publicly supported stations. I get a lot of pleasure from hearing them try to persuade each other of their friendly arguments. They each try to persuade me, too. Both cars have nice sound systems, so they all sound great to me. I refuse to take sides. When I ride with my mother, she listens to radio programs on one of the two local public stations that serve our area. One is a classical music station broadcast by a university. I have to admit, the music usually sounds great, and they also cover college sports and other local events. The other station is an all-volunteer station that plays different kinds of music and news programs. Both stations are mostly listener-supported, which gives them a nice community feel. It also gives the programmers freedom to play what they want to hear. Mom loves very much the idea of having members of the community give small amounts of money toward something we can all enjoy. When I’m in the car with my dad, he listens to satellite radio. He pays a small amount of money for the satellite radio, and he thinks it is a great bargain. He says he loves having so many stations to choose from, including all kinds of music and news choices. Mom’s public radio is certainly simpler and much closer to home, but I also enjoy what Dad plays on his car radio. Each has its own merits. I like things just the way they are. I feel like I have the best of both radio worlds. 21. What can we learn about the author’s mother? A. She loves satellite radio very much. B. She has a strong sense of community. C. She likes listening to the radio at home. D. She works as a volunteer at a radio station. 22. Compared with local public radio, satellite radio ______. A. offers more music programs B. is mainly listener-supported C. has more station choices D. is free of charge 23. The underlined word “merits” in the last paragraph can best be replaced by “______”. A. advantages B. problems C. chances D. mistakes 24. Which of the following shows the structure of the whole text? A. (P: Paragraph) B. C. D.
Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival Where: Becket, Massachusetts When: June 15—Aug. 24 Each summer, this influential dance center presents a number of classes and performances by more than 50 companies from around the world. Highlights (最精彩的部分) of this season
include the Dance Theater of Harlem's production of Alvin Ailey's “The Lark Ascending”, which opens the festival. Many events are free. Ticketed performances start at $22. jacobspillow.org. Moab Music Festival Where: Moab, Utah When: Aug. 29—Sept. 9 This area is better known for mountain biking than for music. But since 1992, it has hosted a private festival that brings classical, jazz, Latin and other types of music to the land. This year there will be 16 concerts, including three “Grotto Concerts”, where guests take a 45-minute boat ride down the Colorado River to performances. Events start at $25. moabmusicfest.org. Cheyenne Frontier Days Where: Cheyenne, Wyoming When: July 19—28 There's something for everyone at this 117-year-old festival, from an “Indian village” and Old West museum to country concerts. But the competition is still the main attraction, with cowboys and cowgirls competing for major money in the world’s largest outdoor stage. Competition tickets start at $18, and concert tickets at $23. cfdrodeo.com. The Glimmerglass Festival Where: Cooperstown, New York When: July 6—Aug. 24 Each summer, opera lovers from around the country (and the world) travel to upsate ( 州 北 部 的 ) New York to watch productions that include stars like Nathan Gunn and Ginger Costa-Jackson. This year's performances include Wagner's “The Flying Dutchman” and Verdi's “King for a Day”, in honor of the 200th birthdays of both composers. Tickets start at $26. Glimmerglass.org. 25. If you want to enjoy a “Grotto Concert”, which date suits you best? A. June 15. B. July 19. C. August 24. D. September 4. 26. If you go to Cheyenne to watch a competition and enjoy a concert, how much will you pay at least? A. $18. B. $22. C. $36. D. $41. 27. Which part of a website is the text probably chosen from? A. Education. B. Art. C. Business. D. Literature.
The appeal of advertising to buying motives can have both negative and positive effects. Consumers may be convinced to buy a product of poor quality or high price because of an advertisement. For example, some advertisers have appealed to people's desire for better fuel economy for their cars. They claim the automotive products will improve gasoline mileage(英里 数). Some of the products work. Others are worthless and a waste of consumers' money. Sometimes advertising is intentionally misleading. A few years ago a brand of bread was offered to dieters (节食者) with the message that there were fewer calories (卡路里) in every
slice. It turned out that the bread was not dietetic (适合于节食的), but just regular bread. There were fewer calories because it was sliced very thin, but there were the same number of calories in every loaf. On the positive side, emotional appeals may respond to a consumer's real concerns. Consider fire insurance. Fire insurance may be sold by appealing to fear of loss. And fear of loss is the real reason for fire insurance. The security of knowing that property is protected by insurance makes the purchase of fire insurance a worthwhile investment for most people. If consumers consider the quality of the insurance plans as well as the message in the ads, they will benefit from the advertising. Each consumer must evaluate her or his own situation. Are the benefits of the product important enough to justify buying it? Advertising is intended to appeal to consumers, but it does not force them to buy the product. Consumers still control the final buying decision. 28. Advertising can persuade the consumer to buy worthless products by ______. A. stressing their high quality B. convincing him of their low price C. maintaining a balance between quality and price D. appealing to his buying motives 29. The reason why the bread advertisement is misleading is that ______. A. thin slices of bread could contain more calories B. the loaf was cut into regular slices C. the bread was not genuine bread D. the total number of calories in the loaf remained the same 30. The passage tells us that ______. A. sometimes advertisements really sell what the consumer needs B. advertisements force consumers into buying things they don't need C. the buying motives of consumers are controlled by advertisements D. fire insurance is seldom worthwhile 31. It can be inferred that a smart consumer should ______. A. think carefully about the benefits described in the advertisements B. know that all of the advertisements aim to mislead consumers C. not buy advertised products D. avoid buying products that have strong emotional appeal
When I was about twelve, I headed to a restaurant for dinner with my family. It was winter, and on that particular night, the wind was really blowing. As my mom and I headed towards the restaurant from our car, a girl about my age and her mother came up to us. They asked if we had any spare change. My mom immediately asked where they kept their things. They pointed to an old car in a parking lot across the street. The girl said there were six of them living in that car, which was the same size as my own family. My mom said she had something to do after handing the people a few dollars. She sent me inside the restaurant with my dad and my three siblings(兄弟姐妹). But she didn’t come.
Later, I found out she had gone home and practically emptied our cupboards into a few bags. Then, she brought that food over to the car and handed the bags to the family. I wasn’t there when that part happened, but I can only imagine the joy it brought to their faces. A few days later, when I actually found out about what she had done, I asked her why she helped those people. She told me that they were not lucky. I remember the face of that girl who asked us for change. She was the same age as me, yet we looked so different. Here I stood, dressed in almost new clothes, headed to dine(进餐) in a restaurant and then went back home to the bedroom I shared with my younger sister. I remember that the other girl didn’t have any food to eat, and that she was heading back to a cold car shared with five other people. After painting this picture in my mind, I understood why my mom had done what she did. I will never forget what she did that night, and how she taught me one of the best lessons I ever learned. 32. What can be inferred from the first paragraph? A. The girl’s family lived a hard life. B. The author was happy to go to a restaurant. C. The girl’s family lived in an old house. D. The author’s family was the same size as the girl. 33. Which of the following best describes the author’s mother? A. Reliable and determined. B. Cautious and friendly. C. Considerate and enthusiastic. D. Unusual and optimistic. 34. How did the author feel when she knew what her mother had done? A. She should value what she had. B. Her mother shouldn’t help the strangers. C. She must work hard to reward her mother. D. She was unlucky to have such living conditions. 35. What is the best title of the passage? A. How to support the poor family B. A friend in need is a friend in deed C. the hard life of a little girl’s family D. A lesson in kindness from my Mum
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。
How to express your anger The best way to manage anger is by dealing with it directly ---- you must learn to express your anger in a healthy and helpful way. Expressing yourself when you are very angry can be difficult. But it can be very helpful. 36 They feel better about themselves. And most importantly, they are taking control of their 37 First, stay calm when you are expressing yourself. It is also important to be clear emotions. They are reacting to their anger in a good way. and direct when you express yourself. You should also show respect for the other person. It is also important not to blame other people. Blaming other people can lead to arguing and fighting. Instead, people should express their anger by saying how they are feeling. For example,
if a person is angry, he should use “I statements” （第一人称的陈述） . These are simple sentences that state how a person feels. For example, you should not say “You never help me clean the room”! 38 39 Often, when people look at a situation in this When people are expressing their anger, they should remember to think about the other people who are involved in the situation. way, they can admit that they are not always being fair. People can admit that their anger is not being helpful. People cannot always control what other people do or what happens around them. But people can control the way they react! Do not let your anger build up inside of you! As a person once said, “It is not good for me to hold on to anger. 40 ” A. You can talk to a doctor. B. I am the only one that it is really hurting. C. Words can be extremely damaging to a relationship. D. Try to look at the situation from the other person’s point of view. E. When people can express their needs, they feel like they are solving the problem. F. Instead, you could say “I am angry that you did not offer to help me clean the home”. G. But there are things people should remember when they express their needs when angry.
第三部分 语言知识运用（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，从短文后各小题所给的四个选项（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。
An American businessman who travelled in southern Mexico met with one young Mexican fisherman rowing a small boat at the dock (码头). Inside the boat were several large 41 . Enjoying the warmth of the sun, the American 42 the Mexican for the quality of his fish. He thought they must bring the Mexican lots of money. “How long did it take you to “Why don’t you 45 43 them?” the American asked. 44 . “Oh, a few hours,” the Mexican fisherman
longer and catch more fish?” the businessman then asked.
The Mexican answered, “With these fish I have more than enough to 46 my family.” The businessman then became 47 , “But what do you do with the rest of your 48 ?” With a smile, the fisherman answered, “I 49 with my children, watch ballgames, see my friends, sing songs ...” The American businessman cut in, “Look, I have an MBA, and I can help you 50 more money. You can start by fishing several hours longer every day. You can then sell the 51 fish you catch. With the money, you can buy a bigger boat, then a third one, and so on, 52 you have an entire fleet (船队) of fishing boats. You could leave your village and 54 . What do
move to a big city, where you could even further 53 your business. Finally, you’ll be able to set up your company and become very
you think?” Having never 55 would I do with it all?” You could 58
such things, the Mexican fisherman asked, “Really? 57
The businessman said proudly, “Then you could and watch ballgames. And you could 59
retire (退休) with all the money.
to your peaceful fishing village where you could play with your grandchildren, your friends often and sing with them.”
The fisherman smiled: “Isn’t that the life I am living now?” The story tells us: Know what really matters in life, and we may find that it is already much than we think. B. cloth B. terrified B. catch B. doubted B. dig down B. show B. excited B. time B. deal B. borrow B. extra B. until B. leave B. confident B. thought of B. What B. regretfully B. lead B. judge B. closer C. fish D. wood C. puzzled D. spotted C. feed D. sell C. promised D. replied C. stay out D. settle back C. support D. understand C. serious D. sad C. food D. work C. meet D. play C. save D. make C. dead D. last C. because D. if C. expand D. plan C. healthy D. rich C. suffered from D. set down C. Where D. Why C. carefully D. tiredly C. refer D. return C. remind D. find C. slower D. wider
41. A. equipment 42. A. praised 43. A. eat 44. A. agreed 45. A. give up 46. A. avoid 47. A. angry 48. A. money 49. A. fight 50. A. spend 51. A. small 52. A. though 53. A. start 54. A. clever 55. A. relied on 56. A. When 57. A. happily 58. A. devote 59. A. visit 60. A. simpler