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第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 做题时,先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后,你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转涂到 答题卡上。[来源:Z。xx。k.Com] 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。 1. What does the man think of David's car? A. It’s too expensive. B. It's really cheap. C. It's rather old. 2. When did the woman go shopping? A. Before sleeping. B. After taking a walk. C. After dinner. 3. What can we learn from the dialogue? A. The man's car hit a truck. B. The man is badly injured. C. The car can still work well. 4. How does Peter feel about the results of the test? A. Worried. B. Disappointed. C. Satisfied. 5. Where are the two speakers most probably? A. In a taxi. B. On a bus. C. On a plane. 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. Who went on a package holiday? A. Tony and Betty. B. Tony and Julia. C. Julia and Betty. 7. How did the man like the holiday? A. Comfortable. B. Disappointing. C. Wonderful. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What's the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Teacher and student. B. Classmates. C. Father and daughter. 9. What does the woman worry about? A. Her term paper. B. The exams. C. Her health. 10. What does the man advise her to do? A. Hand in the paper. B. Change her major. C. Do something relaxing. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 l3 题。
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11. Why won't Susan go to Phoenix? A. She didn't book a plane ticket. B. She lost her plane ticket. C. She can't afford the trip. 12. Where did Susan probably lose her wallet? A. In the street. B. In the bank. C. On the bus. 13. What does the man advise Susan to do? A. To go to the police station. B. To call the bus company. C. To ask someone about it. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. What is the rent of the apartment near the park? A. $ 400. B. $ 350. C. $ 415. 15. What is the cheapest two-bedroom apartment like? A. It's rather noisy. B. It's very quiet. C. It's not furnished. 16. Which apartment do they prefer? A. The one next to the supermarket. B. The one near University Avenue. C. The one on Fifteenth Avenue. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What is the man speaker probably? A. A zoo keeper. B. A volunteer. C. An animal expert. 18. What can we learn about volunteers? A. They can operate on sick animals. B. They are not allowed to do office work. C. They can help animals in their daily life. 19. Which is not mentioned to help abandoned pets? A. The responsibility. B. The medical care. C. The family's support. 20. Where Can you go if you want to help animals? A. To the nature centers.B.To the pet shops. C. To the local hospitals. 第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:多项选择(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,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。 1. Often looking at your daily behavior from a different ______ will help you change your actions for the better. A. procedure B. perspective C. principle D. prediction 2.On no account can parents always _______ with the children, otherwise they will become more greedy and come up with more unreasonable requests. A. compromise B. overlook C. disapprove D. cooperate 3.In business negotiation, an _______ attitude may result in breaking the relationship with our partner while a too frank communication may bring a company into an unfavorable situation. A. accessible B. aggressive C. allergic D. alternative
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4.It seems ________ to our modern world, where everything is a rush and we try to cram as much into every minute as possible, but if not busy, we feel unproductive and lazy. A. controversial B. conventional C. contemporary D. contradictory 5.Nowadays, a lot of children have less time to play and communicate with their peer due to extra studies. ________, it is difficult to develop their character and social skills. A. Consequently B. Occasionally C. Eventually D. Dramatically 6.In order to get happiness, many people chase after reputation or money aimlessly. However, in most cases, real happiness is actually _________. A. at ease B. at hand C. at length D. at random 7.If not going through the thunder and the storm, you won’t see the rainbow, so you should not be _____ by temporary setbacks in our life. A. cast down B. put away C. taken in D. given out 8.In this age of information overload and abundance, those who get ahead will be the folks who figure out what to________, so they can concentrate on what’s important to them. A. carry out B. turn out C. bring out D. leave out 9.At the initial stages of postwar, _______ maintaining of cooperative relationship with USA and strengthening Soviet’s interest, Stalin adopted negative attitude to the Communist Party of China. A. in the possession of B. for the sake of C. at the mercy of D. on the occasion of 10.We human beings experience a great liberalization and open-mindedness, which is ______ in our daily attitude to the disabled, olds, females, especially homosexual populations. A. distinguished B. mirrored C. declared D. substituted 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(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。 It was the golden season. I could see the yellow leaves falling with the cool wind. For others, it is a/an 1 season, while for me, it is an annoying season. Tired from preparing for Postgraduate Entrance Examination, I decided to have a 2 along the Yanjiang Road in my university. “Autumn is a lonely season and life is 3 . The days in this season always get me down ”, I was in deep thought when the sound of a guitar 4 into my ears, like a stream flowing from the mountains. I was so surprised that I ran to see what it was. A young girl, sitting on the lawn, was 5 in playing her guitar. The music was so attractive that I listened quietly. Lost in the music, I did not realize that I had been standing for so long. But my _ 6__ did not seem to disturb her. Leaves were still falling. Every day when I passed by the lawn, I would see her playing her guitar. During the rest of the days in the season, life became interesting and I could _7_ the courses carefully. Though we did not know each other, I thought we were always good friends. Autumn was nearly over. One day, when I was listening _8_ , the sound suddenly stopped. To my astonishment, the girl came 9 to me.
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“You must like the music,” she said. “Yes, you play very well. Why did you stop?” I asked. Suddenly, a __10_ expression appeared on her face and I could feel something unusual. “I came here just to have a rest because I failed in the college entrance examination. I felt very disappointed. And it was your listening every day _11_ encouraged me,” she said, “and I have to go tomorrow.” “__12__, it was your playing that gave me a meaningful autumn and helped me believe that I have the ability to pass the Postgraduate Entrance Examination.” I answered, “I think it was God who gave us the chance to know each other and we should be good friends She smiled and I smiled. Since then, I have never seen her again. I no longer passed by that __13_. Only thick leaves were _ 14 behind. But I will always remember the __15_ of the girl. It was her appearance that helped me passed the Postgraduate Entrance Examination. We may encounter many people in our lives. Some are like a shooting star, but 16 so much light that they guide you in the correct _17 ; some are like _18 in you, they are always with you, but do not understand you. Just as a famous saying, many people 19 in your life, but only true friends leave footprints. I shall always __20__ the autumn, the girl and the sound of her guitar. I know she will always be my best friend. 1. A. irrigation 2. A. walk 3. A. stressful 4. A. flowed 5. A. devoted 6. A. exposure 7. A. get over 8. A. casually 9. A. along 10.A. strange 11.A. when 12.A.In consequence 13 A. mountain 14 A. left 15.A. figure 16.A.give away 17.A. direction 18.A. clothes 19.A. broke 20.A. remind B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. harvest nap aimless floated addicted movement take over devotedly down happy which In reality stream thrown face give up destination shadows stepped review C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. rainfall rest uninteresting flew engaged existence pull over roughly over special that In addition road fallen hair give in position footprints approached remain D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. adventure glance desperate fled absorbed enthusiasm go over thoroughly back sad what In detail lawn piled eyes give off situation wrists participated recall

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第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。 A. Feeling exhausted and hopeless, I began walking to my car. Every step seemed tiring, and every step was another to survive. As I looked up into the sky I thought about how my grandmother had left me, and my anger began to return. I was annoyed by the loss, and my belief in God was beginning to fade. I couldn’t understand why these things happened. So as I stood in a public parking lot a million questions formed in my mind. Why did this happen to me? Aren’t we supposed to get signs from the people that pass on? Why did I not feel her presence anymore? Is there a heaven? Suddenly, a woman driving right by my side rolled down her window and distracted my unanswered thoughts. “Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me,” she said loudly. Thinking she was going to ask for my parking spot, I simply pointed to my car. The thought of having to say where my car was seemed like too much to bear. “No, excuse me,” she said again. At this point, I felt I had no choice but to see what this annoying lady wanted. As I got closer, I was startled—was this my grandmother’s nurse, Adu, who lived with her during her final months? I soon realized that she wasn’t, although the resemblance was unusual. Then, I realized that this Adu was searching for something in her bag. Surprisingly, I was overcome by a sense of relief that led me to be patient the entire time the lady was searching. Others would be nervous by a stranger reaching in their bag, but I wasn’t. She finally reached to the very bottom of her bag and handed me a three-page booklet. “It looks like you need this,” she said calmly with a warm smile on her face. I looked down at the mysterious and obviously used booklet and on the front cover in big bold letters read “What Hope for Dead Loved Ones?” It took me only a few seconds to comprehend the exchange with this woman, but by the time I looked up, she was gone. I walked slowly into my car holding the tiny little book that was given to me with fear that it would fly away in the wind. I didn’t know what it was exactly, but I knew that if my grandmother had anything to do with that I didn’t want to let it go. I felt a sense of relaxation as I opened the first page. It explained how people pass on, but their spirit remains with us. This was the first time since my grandma had passed that I felt her with me, just like I had wanted. I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry, but I did know that I finally felt happiness from the surprising change in events. I couldn’t, and still can’t, believe what had happened to me on that day. I don’t remember the specific details that you usually hear about like what the person was wearing, the time of day, or even the weather, but it doesn’t matter. It was a random day in November when my life turned back around and I began to feel hope again. It was real. It was a miracle. And, I’ll remember it for the rest of my life. 51. The author refused to say anything to the woman but just pointed to her own car at first mainly because ______. A. the author did not know the woman B. the woman interrupted the author’s thoughts
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C. the author thought she wanted to use the vacant parking space D. the author was too weak to say anything 52. What can we learn about the author’s grandmother? A. She often made the author angry. B. She left nothing to the author. C. She was kind to the author. D. She lost faith in God. 53. What can be inferred from the passage? A. The author and the woman became good friends later. B. The woman turned out to be the author’s grandmother’s nurse. C. The author knows the specific details about this experience. D. The author was very grateful to the unknown woman. 54. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Miracle at the Parking Lot B. What Hope for Dead Loved Ones? C. True Love for My Grandmother D. Adu, My Grandmother’s Nurse B. The power of humor and laugher is numerous. They entertain us and make us feel good. But, above all, we have discovered that humor and laughter are the best medicine. They relieve pain, reduce stress and anxiety, and are anti-aging and longevity facilitators(促进者). They are extremely necessary for helping us to find and maintain a balance between life and work. However, they are slipping away from us. We have become far too serious. The only ones who still enjoy humor, laughter, fun and play to the fullest are young children. Children tend to laugh an average of 200 times a day. For adults, however, it is a totally different story. In the 1950s people laughed on average 18 times a day. Today, we are lucky if we average between 4-6 times a day. As a matter of fact, a recent study found that people laugh 6 more times in the presence of one person but 30 more times in a group of people. You can get a chuckle(咯咯笑) from jokes you get on the Internet, but it is not the same as belly jiggling laughter (a deep laugh) you get when you interact with others. Socializing(交际) with friends and relatives was much looked forward to. However, this is no longer the case. In fact, the majority of people can hardly find time, nor do they have the inclination towards socializing outside home. They turn to electronic media such as television, computers, the Internet, videos, CDs, and audio equipment, which can provide them with instant self-entertainment at the push of a button. The workplace does not fare(进展) much better. Due to the pressures to produce more in the same or fewer hours available and to compete, for example, in a manufacturing field with cheaper labor elsewhere in the world, humor and laughter in the workplace have gradually eroded(逐渐毁坏) away. I have developed a real appreciation, perhaps closer to a strong desire for the power of humor and laughter. This encouraged me to write my first book titled “The Power of Humor” and subsequently my second book titled “Kids Say the Goggonest Things” based on the natural humor, laughter, play and fun that kids experience and they freely share with parents, grandparents and teachers. From writing about humor and laughter, people start to ask me to speak up for them.
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To date, I have developed a number of humor-laughter topics that I use in my keynote presentations. You are invited to subscribe to my free monthly e-magazine “The Humormeister’s Forum” by clicking on the Free Humor E-zine navigation button on the website. 55. According to the author, laughter is leaving us partly because ________. A. the pace of change in our lives is becoming faster B. we fail to reflect on fun times in our lives C. we treat everything in a serious way D. humor of situations lies beneath 56. The fourth paragraph mainly tells us that ________. A. researchers have made a new discovery about the effect of laughter B. people laugh more heartily when spending time with others C. we can entertain ourselves with the help of the Internet D. getting a deep laugh nowadays is difficult 57. The underlined word “inclination” in Paragraph 5 most probably means “________”. A. destination B. tendency C. attitude D. approach 58. Which of the following articles can we most probably find in “The Humormeister’s Forum”? A. The power of honesty. B. Don’t be your own worst enemy. C. Live life purposefully: The relationship within. D. Funny Christmas stories to share with your loved ones. C. 400-year-old plants from the Little Ice Age were brought back to life, which could help us understand how the Earth will deal with climate change. Moss(藓类植物) found buried beneath the Teardrop glacier(冰川) on Ellesmere Island in Canada has been brought back to life. Findings suggest that these plants could help repopulate regions exposed by melting ice caps. Plants that were buried beneath thick ice in Canada more than 400 years ago and were thought to have frozen to death have been brought back to life by Canadian scientists. Samples of the moss plant, covered by the glacier during the Little Ice Age of 1550 to 1850 AD, were replanted in a lab at the University of Alberta and grew new stems(茎). Researchers now think these findings can give indication as to how regions can recover as the ice covering them melts. Biologist Dr. Catherine La Farge and her team at the University of Alberta were exploring the region around the Teardrop glacier on Ellesmere Island. Ice on Ellesmere Island region has been melting at around four meters each year for the past nine years. This means that many areas of land that were previously covered by ice have since been exposed. Many ecosystems that were thought to have been destroyed during the Little Ice Age between 1550 and 1850 AD can now be studied, including many species that have never been studied before. While examining an exposed area of land, La Farge and her team discovered a small area of moss called Aulacomnium turgidum. It is a type of bryophyte(苔藓类植物) plant that mainly grows across Canada, the US and the Highlands of Scotland.
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Dr La Farge noticed that the moss had small patches of green stems, suggesting it is either growing again or can be encouraged to repopulate. Dr La Farge told the BBC, “When we looked at the samples in detail and brought them to the lab, I could see some of the stems actually had new growth of green branches, suggesting that these plants are growing again, and that blew my mind. When we think of thick areas of ice covering the landscape, we’ve always thought that plants have to come from refugia( 濒 绝 生 物 保 护 区 ), never considering that land plants come from underneath a glacier. It’s a whole world of what’s coming out from underneath the glacier that really needs to be studied. The ice is disappearing pretty fast. We really have not examined all the biological systems that exist in the world; we don’t know it all.” Dr La Farge took samples of the moss and, using carbon-dating techniques, discovered that the plants date back to the Little Ice Age. Dr La Farge’s team took the samples, planted them in dishes full of nutrient-rich potting soil and fed them with water. The samples were from four separate species including Aulacomnium turgidum, Distichium capillaceum, Encalypta procera and Syntrichia ruralis. The moss plants found by Dr La Farge are types of bryophytes. Bryophytes can survive long winters and regrow when the weather gets warmer. However, Dr La Farge was surprised that the plants buried under ice have survived into the twenty-first century. Her findings appear in proceedings (论文集) of the National Academy of Sciences. 59. Dr La Farge’s research is of great importance to ________. A. knowing what the plants during the Little Ice Age were like B. understanding how ecosystems recover from glaciers. C. regrowing many species that have been destroyed before. D. figuring out the effects of melting ice caps on moss. 60. The underlined part “blew my mind” in Paragraph 6 can best be replaced by “________”. A. surprised me B. greatly frightened me C. put my doubt out of my mind D. was exactly what I had in my mind 61. According to the passage, Aulacomnium turgidum ________. A. lives better in small groups B. is very active in hot weather C. is strong enough to survive coldness D. is chosen from Canadian refugia 62. Which of the following would be the best title for the passage? A. Bryophyte ecology is greatly affected by climate change. B. 400-year-old moss’s survival is a mystery to solve. C. Moss in ancient times was discovered in Canada. D. 400-year-old plants were brought back to life. D. Today, in many high schools, teaching is now a technical miracle of computer labs, digital cameras, DVD players and laptops. Teachers can e-mail parents, post messages for students on online bulletin(公告,告示) boards, and take attendance with a quick movement of a mouse.
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Even though we are now living in the digital age, the basic and most important element of education has not changed. Most students still need that one-on-one, teacher-student relationship to learn and to succeed. Teenagers need instruction in English, math or history, but they also want personal advice and encouragement. Kids talk with me about their families, their weekend plans, their favorite TV shows and their relationship problems. In my English and journalism classes, we talk about Shakespeare and persuasive(富有哲理的) essays, but we also discuss college basketball, the war in Iraq and career choices. Students show me pictures of their rebuilt cars, their family vacations, and their newborn baby brothers. This personal connection is the necessary link between teachers and students that no amount of technology can improve upon or replace. A few years ago I had a student in sophomore English who was struggling with my class and with school in general. Although he was a humorous young man who liked to joke around, I knew his family life was far from ideal. Whenever I approached him about missing homework or low test grades, he always had the same reply, “It doesn't matter because I'm quitting school anyway.” Even though he always said this in a half-teasing way, I knew he needed to hear my different opinion and my “value of a high school education” lecture. He needed to hear this speech from me. After he left my class, he struggled through the next two years of school. But, he did finally graduate because we kept telling him to hang in there. We’d cared about him finishing school. Recently, I saw this former student working at a local Italian restaurant. I told him again how proud I was of him. He said that he was hoping to go back to school to become a certified electrician. I encouraged him to get that training. Students rely on compassionate teachers to guide, to tutor, to listen, to laugh and to cry with them. Teachers provide the most important link in the educational process—the human one. 63. The first paragraph mainly talks about _____________. A. the variety of modern teaching methods. B. the wide use of modern technology in education C. the importance of teacher-parent relationship. D. the importance of using modern technology. 64. The underlined word “ compassionate” in Para 5 means ____________. A. ambitious B. knowledgeable C. sympathetic D. generous 65. According to the text, the most important element in education is _________. A. teachers’ good instruction B. advanced technology C. teachers’ encouragement D. personal connection 66. The author states his view of education by __________. A. example B. description C. figure D. comparison E. st If you live in America in the 21 century you'll probably have to listen to a lot of people tell you how busy they are. It's become the default response when you ask anyone how they are doing: “Busy!” “Crazy busy!”. It is, pretty obviously, a boast disguised as a complaint. And the common response is a kind of congratulation:“ That's a good problem to have, ”or“ Better than the opposite.”
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Notice it isn't generally people pulling back-to-back shifts in the ICU or commuting by bus to three minimum-wage jobs who tell you how busy they are. What those people are is not busy but tired. Exhausted! Dead on their feet. It's almost always people whose busyness is purely self-imposed work and obligations they've taken on voluntarily, classes and activities they've “encouraged” their kids to participate in. They're busy because of their own ambition or drive or anxiety, because they're addicted to busyness and dread that they might have to face in its absence. Almost everyone I know is busy. They feel anxious and guilty when they aren't either working or doing something to promote their work. It's something they have chosen. Busyness serves as a kind of existential reassurance(令人安心的保证) ,a measure against emptiness, obviously your life cannot possibly be silly or tiny or meaningless if you are so busy, completely booked, in demand every hour of the day. Idleness is not just a vacation. It is as necessary to the brain as vitamin D is to the body, and deprived of it we suffer a mental affliction as ugly as rickets. The space and quiet that idleness provides is a necessary condition for standing back from life and seeing it whole, for making unexpected connections and waiting for the wild summer lightning strikes of inspiration.” Idle dreaming is often the essence of what we do”, wrote Thomas Pynchon. Archimedes' “Eureka” in the bath, Newton's apple :history is full of stories of inspirations that come in idle moments. 67. When many Americans say “Crazy busy”, they mean______. A. they are really tired of their present situation B. they are really proud of their present life C. they are complaining about their current work D. their life are full of all kinds of problems 68. The writer mentions Archimedes'“Eureka” and Newton's apple to show that________. A. history is full of interesting stories B. Archimedes and Newton were very busy, so they made great discoveries C. people may get inspiration when they are idle D. inspirations come from hard work 69. The word “its” in the second paragraph refers to_________________. A. ambition B. anxiety C. busyness D. dread 70. From the article, we can infer that ___________________. A.generally people pulling back-to-back shifts in the ICU tell you they are busy B.“Dead on their feet” means “being tired out” C.all the kids are self-imposed due to the drive and motivation D.The author seems to agree that idleness is better than busyness

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第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节:完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下列各小题,根据括号内的汉语提示,用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子,并将答案写在 答题卡上的相应题号后。 71.With the fog-haze weather appearing frequently, nowadays many a citizen _____________________ live where the air is fresher. (long) 由于雾霾天气频繁出现,现在很多市民正渴望能生活在空气更清新的地方。 72.Hardly ____________________ amazed when he received the admission notice from Beijing University because he thought it was the result of his efforts. ( feel) 当他收到北京大学的录取通知书时,他并没感觉意外,因为他认为那是他努力所得。 73.But for the fact that I ___________________ in that accident, without doubt, I wouldn’t be alive today. (fasten) 在那次事故中,要不是我系了安全带的话,毫无疑问我是活不到现在的。 74.The sports meet, originally _________________last Friday, was finally delayed because of the bad weather. (due) 原本定于上周五举行的运动会最终由于恶劣的天气而推迟。 75.At first, the way, ______________________ pictures, was laughed at by others, but it didn’t discourage him. (draw) 起初,他绘画的方式遭到他人嘲笑,但那并没有使他气馁。 76. At the foot of the mountain _____________, where people lived a peaceful life. (lie) 在那个山脚下有个村庄,那里的人们过着宁静的生活。 77. Several deaths from drowning _________________ in the past few days, swimming in that river is said to have been banned. (happen) 近几天发生了几起溺水身亡的事件,据说在那条河里游泳已被禁止了。 78.It never occurred to me ____________________________a new life in a strange city. ( tough) 我完全没想到在一个陌生的城市开始一种新的生活有多么的难。 79. Because the wireless network is widely applied , the users surfing the Internet by cellphones is about ______________________________ those by computers. (as) 由于无线网络的广泛应用,现在使用手机上网的用户大约是使用电脑上网的用户的两倍一样多。 80. I am afraid that I didn’t see the speed limit just now, officer. I _________________(dream ) 警官,恐怕我刚才没看到时速标志,我肯定是正在开小差。

第二节:短文写作(共 1 题;满分 30 分) 请根据以下提示并结合一个事例,就“潜能无限”这一话题,用英语写一篇短文。 As we all know, one’s potential is limitless. Especially in times of crisis, you can never imagine how powerful one’s potential will be. Therefore, it’s unwise to set limits to your potential. 注意:
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1) 不得照抄英语提示语;除诗歌外,文体不限; 2) 文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称;词数 120 以上。

湖北省部分重点中学 2014 届高三二月联考
英语参考答案
一、 听力 1—5 BBCCA 6—10 BBABC 11—15 BCBAC 16—20 CCCBA 二、单选 21-25 BABDA 26-30 BADBB 三、完型 31-35 BACAD 36-40 CDBCD 41-45 CBDAA 46-50 DAABD 四、阅读 51-55 CCDAC 56-60 BBDBA 61-65 CDBCD 66-70 ABCCB 五、完成句子 71. is longing to 72. did he feel 73. fastened my/the safety belt 74. due to be held 75. in which he drew 76. lay a village 77. having happened 78. how tough it was to begin 79. twice as many as 80. must have been dreaming 六、书面表达 Potential is limitless It’s universally acknowledged that a person’s potential is limitless. When exposed to various pressure or challenges, many people will be sceptical of themselves, thinking they are incapable. Perhaps, never have they realized how powerful a person’s potential will be. An interesting story will never fade from my memory though I heard of it many years ago. An injured soldier was informed that he would spend his rest life on the wheelchair. Hearing the news, so desperate was he that he drowned sadness in drink every day. It never rains but pours. One day, hardly had he got out of a pub when he was robbed by three guys. Unwilling to give in, he struggled against them, however, which set off the robbers’ anger and therefore they set fire to his wheelchair. Just when the big fire was endangering his life, he suddenly jumped out of his wheelchair and ran through a whole street swiftly. Then he stopped to take breath, only to find that he should walk and even run normally. The story makes me firmly believe that our potential is limitless. Consequently, it’s of vital importance for us to spread the wings of our mind and grow our potential to the fullest.
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湖北省部分重点中学 2014 届高三二月联考
英语参考答案
一、 听力 1—5 BBCCA 6—10 BBABC 11—15 BCBAC 16—20 CCCBA 二、单选 21-25 BABDA 26-30 BADBB 三、完型 31-35 BACAD 36-40 CDBCD 41-45 CBDAA 46-50 DAABD 四、阅读 51-55 CCDAC 56-60 BBDBA 61-65 CDBCD 66-70 ABCCB 五、完成句子 71. is longing to 72. did he feel 73. fastened my/the safety belt 74. due to be held 75. in which he drew 76. lay a village 77. having happened 78. how tough it was to begin 79. twice as many as 80. must have been dreaming 六、书面表达 Potential is limitless It’s universally acknowledged that a person’s potential is limitless. When exposed to various pressure or challenges, many people will be sceptical of themselves, thinking they are incapable. Perhaps, never have they realized how powerful a person’s potential will be. An interesting story will never fade from my memory though I heard of it many years ago. An injured soldier was informed that he would spend his rest life on the wheelchair. Hearing the news, so desperate was he that he drowned sadness in drink every day. It never rains but pours. One day, hardly had he got out of a pub when he was robbed by three guys. Unwilling to give in, he struggled against them, however, which set off the robbers’ anger and therefore they set fire to his wheelchair. Just when the big fire was endangering his life, he suddenly jumped out of his wheelchair and ran through a whole street swiftly. Then he stopped to take breath, only to find that he should walk and even run normally. The story makes me firmly believe that our potential is limitless. Consequently, it’s of vital importance for us to spread the wings of our mind and grow our potential to the fullest.

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