本试卷分第Ⅰ卷 (选择题) 和第II卷 (非选择题) 两部分，共120分。考试时间120分钟。 第I卷 (选择题 三部分 共85分)
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. Such ________ medical equipment is in ________ danger of breaking down, if not take n good care of. A. a; the B. a; / C. /; the D. /; / 22. Let’s paint one side of the paper red, and _______ side black. A. the other B. another C. the others D. one another 23. Last week, only two people came to look at the house, _______ wanted to buy it. A. none of them B. both of them C. none of whom D. neither of whom 24. _______ the Internet is of great help, I don’t think it’s a good idea to spend too much time on it. A. If B. Because C. Although D. As 25. The manager of the company told us that very little _______ was made of the waste material in the past. A. cost B. value C. use D. matter 26. If you aren’t interested in the subjects your teachers suggest, you can ______ some of them. A. enjoy B. drop C. leave D. prove 27. His movie won several awards at the film festival, _______ was beyond his wildest dream. A. which B. that C. that D. it 28.—The window is dirty. —I know. It _______ for weeks. A. hasn’t cleaned B. didn’t clean C. wasn’t cleaned D. hasn’t been cleaned 29. You can’t imagine ______ when they received these nice Christmas presents. A. how they were excited B. how excited were they C. how excited they were D. they were how excited 30. The under-water meeting in Maldives has been put off _______ the bad weather. A. in charge of B. in search of C. instead of D. because of 31.—What about going to the cinema this evening? —Oh, I don’t know. I’ve got a bit of a headache. _______, John’s coming to see me, so I ought to stay in. A. However B. In other words C. What’s more D. Though 32.—Cathy, the door bell is ringing! I’m doing the dishes. —Mum, I see who it is. A. would B. will C. am about to D. am going to 33. The hotel wasn’t perfectly good, but I ________ in many worse hotels.
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A. was staying B. stayed C. would stay D. had stayed 34. Better wear special clothing, a helmet and a life jacket, just your raft gets upside down or even sinks. A. in case B. so that C. as though D. in order that 35.—I’m sure Andrew will win the first prize in the final. —I think so. He ________ for it for months. A. is preparing B. was preparing C. had been preparing D. has been preparing 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。 On my first day of the sixth grade, I noticed one little girl called Amy on the school bus. “Don’t 36 her,” Lauren said, who sat beside me, “or they will make fun of you.” Amy had many 37 differences—lots of reasons for other kids to make fun of her. Her eyes weren’t straight. Her glasses were an inch thick. And she had really ugly teeth. Every day 38 we drove to and from school, kids would shout insults (侮辱) at Amy. “God, what a(n) 39 face! Stop looking at me!” “Mr. Rolland (the driver)! Amy took off her 40 , and now her eyes are 41 me! Make her put them back on!” For a while I shouted my share of insults, just so I’d fit in (合群). 42 , I didn’t want them to treat me the same way they treated Amy. But while I was insulting her, my heart 43 for the girl. I could see that the insults were making her look 44 , because she was so ashamed and alone. Then I wanted to 45 her. I just didn’t know how to stop my schoolmates 46 the night of our class roller-skating party. Our whole class was there, including Amy. Amy didn’t know how to 47 , but I could see how much she wanted to 48 like the rest of us. So I skated over to her and took her by the hand. We began the journey together around the skating rink (溜冰场). She just smiled, and sometimes she would laugh in 49 . On the school bus the next morning there was much news about Amy and me 50 together, 51 nobody insulted her or me. And they didn’t do that for the rest of the year. After graduation, I never 52 Amy again. However, I never forget her and I’ve always 53 if I changed her life for the better. But I know for sure she changed my 54 . After becoming her friend, I no longer tried to impress (给……留下印象) people by trying to 55 like them. I became myself. 36. A. laugh at B. ask about C. talk to D. be afraid of 37. A. common B. small C. social D. physical 38. A. as B. though C. after D. before 39. A. pretty B. strange C. ordinary D. lovely 40. A . glasses B. coat C. shoes D. hat 41. A. frightening B. interesting C. encouraging D. challenging 42. A. Instead B. After all C. If so D. Therefore 43. A. beat B. lost C. ached D. opened 44. A. happier B. taller C. prettier D. uglier 45. A. give in to B. deal with C. stand up for D. believe in 46. A. until B. except C. before D. after 47. A. stand B. skate C. play D. walk
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48. A. catch up 49. A. fear 50. A. talking 51. A. so 52. A. wrote to 53. A. hoped 54. A. life 55. A. study B. have fun B. surprise B. chatting B. because B. laughed at B. wondered B. mind B. fight C. sit down C. comfort C. skating C . still C. heard from C. thought C. interest C. play D. fall over D. joy D. traveling D. but D. made fun of D. considered D. friend D. act
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 “I don’t like my parents. They always tell me I should do this, and should not do that. It sometimes makes me angry,” said Li Ping, a middle school student in Hunan. Do you have the same problem? Perhaps your parents had the same problem when they were your age long ago. Why does it seem that some parents are not so friendly in their children’s eyes? One of the biggest things is when someone becomes a parent, he / she likes worrying things. They worry about everything about you, from the time you were born. They do a lot for you, though something would make you angry, because they care about you and worry about you. They worry about your choice of friends, the food you eat, your work at school, how much sleep you get, etc. All these things are part of your life. They want you to grow up healthily and happily. So how can you make things easier on yourself? It’s easier than you think. Just make sure your parents know what you’re doing. Get them to know your friends. Phone if you stay somewhere else so that your parents don’t call every hospital in the phone book looking for your body. Say sorry to them when you make mistakes. Take responsibility (责任) for what you have done. Talk about your ideas with them. They may talk about theirs with you. Most of all, try to think about why your parents do this or do that. They are still practicing being parents and need help you can give them. Someday, when you become a parent, they may be able to help you know how to get on with your children. 56. What does the writer think we should do if we go back home later than usual? We should ________. A. tell our friends B. tell the teacher C. say sorry to our parents D. make a telephone call to our parents 57. The writer thinks ________. A. it’s wrong of parents to worry about their children too much B. some parents are unfriendly, which makes their children angry C. children should do everything as their parents say D. parents love their children very much and the children should understand them 58. Which do you think is the best title for the passage? A. Parents’ Responsibility B. How to Get on with Parents C. Zhang Hua’s Problem D. What Are Parents Worrying about B It was a quiet village in which there was a military camp (军营). It was far from the towns
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and cities and there were some high mountains around. Of course it was a good place for training the new soldiers. But it was difficult for the young men to go outside. Mr. White, an officer of forty, was strict with them and he hardly let them leave the camp. Once Mr. White was ill in bed. He couldn’t work and a young officer, Mr. Hunt, began to train the new soldiers instead of him. He knew the young men well and let nine soldiers go to the nearest town to have a holiday. But night fell and none came back to the camp. He was worried about it and stood at the gate. It was five to twelve when Mr. Hunt decided to go to the town and see what was happening to the young men. He started the car quickly and set off. At that moment the nine soldiers came back. It seemed they drank wine. Of course they found the officer was angry. “I’m sorry, sir,” said the first soldier. “I left the town on time. But something was wrong with my bus on my way here. I had to buy a horse and made it run fast. Bad luck! It died and I had to run back.” And the other seven soldiers said they were late for the same reasons. It was the last soldier’s turn. He said, “I’m sorry, sir. I got on a bus on time, but....” Having heard this, the officer became even angrier and stopped him at once. He called out, “If you say something was wrong with your bus, I’ll punish you at once!” “No, no, sir,” said the young man. “My bus was all right, but the dead horses were in its way!” 59. The military camp was built in the village to ________. A. stop the soldi ers from going to towns B. stop the soldiers from meeting their friends C. train the new soldiers D. make the young men live quietly 60. Mr. Hunt let the nine soldiers have a holiday because ________. A. he was kind to them B. they felt lonely C. they had something important to do D. they were the best of all 61. The young officer was worried because ________. A. a traffic accident had happened B. he was afraid something happened to the nine soldiers C. the nine soldiers would come back D. the nine soldiers drank too much in the town 62. Which of the statements do you think is true? A. You’ll believe only the last soldier. B. The officer believed the nine soldiers. C. You’ll believe none of the nine soldiers. D. The officer wouldn’t punish his soldiers. C Everyone knows you must exercise regularly to keep good health. Indeed, staying physically fit is a big part of our culture, we consider (or rightly so) that healthy people are attractive people. Since most of us want to be attractive, there is no shortage of exercise clubs, training videos, magazines and books offering to help us stay physically fit. Unfortunately, however, our culture doesn’t place the same emphasis (重视) on mental fitness. Although we tend to like men and women with strong, healthy-looking bodies, we don’t have the same degree of respect or attraction for smart, educated, mentally healthy people. This is a pity, because there are great rewards for people who have developed the ability to think well. If your mind is well trained and flexible (灵活的), you will be able to understand a great
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deal of what happens around you. And if you are also well educated—that is , if you understand basic science, mathematics, music, art, literature, history and so on—you will find it much easier to make good decisions throughout your life. Over the long run, this leads to a sense of control over your destiny (命运) and a much better life than otherwise (in another way). People who are poorly educated or who don’t think well—that is, people who are not mentally fit—see things differently. Their world is controlled by mysterious, often malevolent (恶 意的) forces. Such people live within a system they will never master, forced to follow rules they will never understand. Although it may not be obvious, most spend their lives being manipulated (控制) by others. They are told what to do, what to think, how to spend their money, and what they should and should not aspire (渴望) to in life. In my opinion, if you want to live well, you must be able to use your mind well. For this reason, I want you to be able to concentrate, to solve problems, to understand complex ideas, and to think clearly and quickly. Such skills will make it easier for you to make informed decisions, understand current events, choose good friends, manage your money well, make wise long-term decisions and appreciate music, art and literature. The key to developing such skills is to enjoy learning, and to have the ability and motivation to teach yourself. 63. The writer of the passage feels disappointed that ________. A. too little has been done to help people to keep physically fit B. too much has been done to help people to keep physically fit C. mentally healthy people are not as popular as physically healthy people D. physically healthy people are not as popular as mentally healthy people 64. The underlined word “this” in the 3rd paragraph means ____. A. the understanding of a great deal of what goes on around you B. the understanding of basic science and mathematics C. good training in body and mind D. being able to make good decisions in life 65. The writer of this passage thinks those who are not mentally fit _______. A. live a poor and mysterious life B. can’t control over their life C. often do what others do D. enjoy being fooled and ruled 66. The best title of the passage will most probably be ________. A. Train Your Body B. Train Your Mind C. Make Informed Decisions D. Think Hard and Work Hard D If you’ve been joining in chat room conversations, or trading e-mail with net pals(网友), you have become one of the millions who write in a special, short form of English. Throughout the world, every night children and their elders are “talking” online—many of them are talking at the same time. It’s fast: trying talking to six people once. It’s convenient: three or four words per exchange. It takes cleverness, concentration and quick fingers. And it requires very simple language. There’s neither time nor space for explanations. Why waste valuable time telling six friends you have to leave for a moment to take care of your little brother when BRB (=be right back) will do? Want to enter a conversation? Just type PMFJI (=pardon me for jumping in).
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Interested in whom you’re talking to? Type A/S/L, the common request to know your pal’s age, sex and location. You may get 15/M/NY as a reply from your pal. If something makes you laugh, say you’re OTF (=on the floor), or LOL (=laughing out loud), or join the two into ROTFL (=rolling on the floor laughing). And when it’s time to get back to work or go to bed, you type GTG (=got to go) or TTYL (=talk to you later). People want to write as fast as possible, and they want to get their ideas across as quickly as they can. Capital letters are left in the dust, except when expressing feeling, as it takes more time to hold down the “shift” key and use capitals. Punctuation (标点) is going too. 67. When people are online, they talk by _______. A. using body language B. drawing some strange pictures C. making phone calls D. making use of an especially short form of English 68. The sentence “There’s neither time nor space for explanations” means that ________. A. people should use words properly B. people should know what time it is when they are talking C. people online have to express themselves in a simple way D. people should communicate in a funny way 69. If you get 17/F/NY as an answer to your A/S/L, it means _________. A. the people on the other end is 17 from New York and he is fine B. you are talking to a girl who is 17 and lives in New York C. you are talking to 17 girls who are from New York D. the people you are talking to is a 17-foot tall New York girl 70. Which of the following is a way to save online time? A. People seldom use capital letters or punctuation marks. B. Many people draw pictures. C. People only use the mouse instead of the keyboard. D. People never use the “shift” key.
第Ⅱ卷 (非选择题 两部分 共35分) 第四部分 任务型阅读 (共10小题；每小题1分，满分10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。 If you have decided to take some English courses in the UK, there are some exams that you have to take to determine which classes you should be taking. The first exam that you have to take is the Key English Test, which determines how well you can handle speaking English on a day-to-day basis along with written English skills. The KET has three parts. They are the basic reading and writing test, the listening exam and the speaking exam. Once you have passed this, you can take the PET exam, which stands for the Preliminary English Test. This test is just for people who already have both basic oral and written skills. If you can read such items as newspapers, signs, magazines and books, you may be ready to take the next step. Try practicing your writing skills as well and when you think you have good enough writing skills, take this test. There are three sections to this test, the reading, writing and spoken English comprehension skills.
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Once you have successfully passed the PET test, you can then move on to the more advanced classes and tests, like the FCE, which is the First Certificate Exam. This exam is harder and more advanced than the other tests. If your job depends on English speaking or writing, then this test is a must to pass. You will need to have passed the last two tests in order to take this one. You will also need to have more of a background when it comes to the English language. By passing the FCE, you have showed that your English speaking ability is of high level. The KET 72. ▲ for the Key English Test.
This test determines whether you can 73. ▲ English well or 74. ▲ in daily lives as well as your English writing skills. This test is 75. ▲ up of three parts: the basic reading and writing test, the listening exam and the speaking exam. You can take the PET exam as 76. ▲ as you have passed the KET. 71 ▲ Only 77. ▲ who already have both basic oral and written skills can take this test. This test 78. ▲ three sections: the reading, writing and spoken English comprehension skills. This exam is the most difficult and advanced of all the tests 79. ▲ in the text and if you want a job depending on English speaking, you must pass the FCE. You may 80. ▲ passing this exam. to be quite good in English speaking by
据调查，人们对学生网上交友持不同意见。请以“Should students make friends online?” 为题，用英语写一篇短文，介绍不同看法，并表达自己的观点。 赞成方认为 1．可以广交朋友 2．自由表达思想 3．利于学习外语 反对方认为 1．浪费宝贵时间 2．影响正常学习 3．容易上当受骗 请考生列举一到二点 你的观点
注意：1．对所给要点逐一陈述，适当发挥，不要简单翻译。 2．词数120左右。 3．作文中不得提及考生所在班级和本人姓名。 参考词汇：网络朋友 online friend(s)；上当受骗 to be cheated；意见 opinion Should Students Make Friends Online? _______________________________________________________________________________
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参考答案： 1—5 BCCAB 6—10 ACCBC 11—15 BCAAC 16—20 BAAAB 21—25 BADCC 26—30 BADCD 31—35 CBDAD 36—40 CDABA 41—45 ABCDC 46—50 ABBDC 51—55 DCBAD 56—60 DDBCA 61—65 BCCDB 66—70 BDCBA 71. exams / tests 72. stands 73. speak 74. not 75. made 76. soon 77. those 78. contains 79. mentioned 80. prove One possible version: Should students make friends online? Some people say yes. The Internet helps students make many friends. Chatting online, students can express their feelings and opinions more freely and even get help with their foreign language studies. Others, however, think students should not make online friends. They think it a waste of time to make friends online, which should be spent more meaningfully on their studies. Otherwise, their no rmal studies will be much affected. Besides, some students may even get cheated online. From my point of view, students should think of their study, health and safety first. As for friendship, we can easily find it in our classmates and other people around us. (107words)
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录音材料： 第一节 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。 Text 1 W: Shall we take a taxi or a bus to the meeting? M: We’d better take a bus. It’s almost impossible to find a taxi during rush hour. Text 2 W: Are you glad that you came to Los Angeles? M: Yes, indeed. I’d considered going to New York or Washington, but I’ve never regretted my decision. Text 3 W: It’s nearly 10:00. I wonder if Tony will come. M: We are supposed to be here at 9:30. He told me he would start at 9:00. W: Maybe something is wrong with him. Text 4 W: Do you know Dr Hawking will give us a lecture next Wednesday? M: No. Is it Steven Hawking whose theory of the black hole is considered as important as Einstein’s theory of relativity? W: You are right. Text 5 W: My goodness! Your poor leg! What happened? M: I broke it when I was skiing during the holiday. 第二节 听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从每题所给的 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。 Text 6 M: Would you like some dessert now, miss? W: I’d like to see the menu again, please. M: Here you are, miss. The chocolate cake is delicious. W: No, thanks. I don’t like chocolate. I’d rather have a pineapple pie. M: I’m afraid there isn’t any more today. W: Then I’d like to have an apple pie. M: I’m sorry, but that’s gone, too. W: How about some fresh fruit? M: We don’t have any fresh fruit today. All we have now is chocolate cake. W: Then I’ll just have a cup of coffee, please. M: Fine. I’ll bring it right away. 听第7段材料，回答第8至10题。 Text 7 W: I have found a job at a hotel. But it doesn’t sound interesting. M: How much will they pay you? W: 240 dollars a week.
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M: I’d take it if I were you. You have been looking for a job for a long time and this is the first one you’ve found. W: But it is not what I wanted. M: But you need a job, don’t you? W: Maybe I can find a better job tomorrow. M: It’s possible, but you can always move to another job if you don’t like it. W: Well, I’ll think about it. 听第8段材料，回答第11至13题。 Text 8 W: I am fed up with studying English, Mr. Black. It seems so impossible for me to learn the grammar. I am such a failure. M: Oh, Kate. Don’t be so discouraged. Take a seat, please. W: I am so tired. Maybe I should drop out before it kills me. M: Now, look, Kate. All of you began to study it not so long ago, uh … just for a couple of months. Everyone began from reading “A, B, C…” just like you. Everything is difficult in the beginning to everyone. W: I know that, Mr. Black. But I can’t focus on it. M: Maybe you are thinking too much about the grammar. But that is not the most important thing in learning. Just relax. Practice and communicate with others more. And then you may find they are just like you too. W: Is that true? M: Yes. Just keep calm and keep trying. W: OK. Thank you very much, Mr. Black. M: You are welcome. 听第9段材料，回答第14至16题。 Text 9 M: Hi, Jane. It’s nice to see you again. I heard that you went to the U. S. during the vacation. W: Yes, I went to New York to attend a summer course in English. M: Wow. You were lucky. How long did you stay there? W: About 50 days. I went there on July 5th and came back on August 25th. M: Where did you live in New York? W: Oh, I lived with an American family, the Smiths. They were very kind people. Shortly after I arrived, we became good friends. And, living in their house, I could speak English with them every day. Besides, I didn’t need to worry about my daily three meals. They looked after that. M: How nice! And how about the course? W: The course was also very good. The teachers were nice. They taught us to listen, speak, read and write in English, but it was mostly speak ing. One interesting thing I found was that the American classes are different from our classes here because they are very free. You can sit anywhere you like in the classroom. You can ask the teacher questions at any time during the class. And you are welcome to share your ideas with the class. I really like this kind of class. M: How interesting! Maybe our teacher should try that. 听第10段材料，回答第17至20题。 Text 10 Now, you want to know about life in the past. Right? I can tell you. When I was a boy, things
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were different. I had to get up at six every morning. That was not very bad in summer, but in winter it was cold. And we didn’t have any hot water in the house. We had to w ash in cold water. We didn’t have a bathroom. My dad had some chickens. I had to feed them every morning and then I had to walk to school with my little sister. It was two miles to school and two miles back in the evening. But it always seemed longer in the morning when we were going to school. There was a bus, but we didn’t have the money. And we had to go to bed at seven o’clock every night. We couldn’t watch TV because there wasn’t any. On Sundays we had to go to church three times—morning, afternoon and evening. And we couldn’t play outside on Sundays. But it wasn’t all bad. We had some good times. We could go out and our parents didn’t have to worry about us. There weren’t so many cars on the roads then. So the streets were safe to play in. And there were not many robbers and thieves in those days. We had to work hard and we weren’t able to buy those things in the shops today. Life was hard, but it was simple and people were happier.
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