本试卷分第 I 卷和第 II 卷两部分，共 12 页。满分 150 分。考试用时 120 分钟。考试结束后， 交回本试卷答题卡。 第 I 卷（共 105 分） 第一部分: 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节: 语法和词汇知识（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出可填入空白处的最佳选项，并在答
题卡上将该项涂黑。 1. Have you ever met a man who is always the centre of attention _____ he goes? A. whenever A. who B. however B. whose C. wherever C. that D. where D. which 2. He is a deep thinker _____ opinions are worth much. 3. — You’ve left the light on. — Oh, so I have. _____ and turn it off. A. I go — But she _____! A. promised A. where A. who A. in favour of B. will promise B. wherever B. there B. in memory of C. had promised C. what C. which C. in honour of D. promises D. whatever D. what D. in search of 5. I’ve put a cross on the map to show _____ that famous hotel is. 6. Dr. Black comes from either Oxford or Cambridge. I can’t remember _____. 7. I’ll raise both hands _____ banning smoking inside the school yard. 8. The younger singer is beginning _____ into notice through The Voice of China. A. come B. to come C. coming D. came 9. Though badly _____, the girl remained outwardly calm. A. frighten B. frightened C. frightening D. fright 10. In _____ 1870’s Marx found it important to study _____ situation in Russia. A. a; the B. an; a C. / ; / D. the; the 11. — Hello, may I have an appointment with the doctor? — _____ A. Sorry, he is busy at the moment. B. Why didn’t you call earlier? C. Certainly, may I have your name? D. Sorry, he doesn’t want to see you. 12. — Are you almost ready to go, mom? I’ll go and pull the car out of the garage. — OK- just _____. I’ll have a last look at the windows. A. wait B. a minute C. calm down D. no way 13. When and where this took place _____ still unknown. A. is B. has C. were D. are 14. My partner wants to keep the company small _____ I’d like to expand it. A. and B. or C. however D. while 15. The weight of the moon is only about _____ of that of the earth. A. one eighty B. one of eighty C. one the eightieth D. one eightieth B. I’ve gone C. I’ll go D. I’m going 4. — Lucy is not coming tonight.
第二节 完形填空 （共 20 小题；每小题 15，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（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。 WHEN John Gurdon was 15, he ranked last out of the 250 boys in his grade at biology. He also came in last for every other science subject. His teacher wrote in a 16 : “I believe he has ideas about becoming a 17 ; on his present showing this is quite foolish.” Luckily, the teacher’s words didn’t 18 Gurdon’s love for science. He kept working hard. He went to lab earlier and left 19 than anyone else. On Oct 8, 2012, 64 years later, the British professor 20 the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine. Japanese scientist Shinya Yamanaka had contributed to the research and therefore 21 the award. Gurdon got the honor 22 his research into cells a nd cloning. When he was studying at Oxford, he did some 23 on cells. He took a cell from an adult frog, moved its 24 , and put them into an egg cell. The egg cell （卵细胞） then 25 into a clone of the adult frog. His research 26 for the first time that every cell in the body contains the same genes. At that time, many people 27 accept Gurdon’s idea. But later it helped to 28 Dolly the sheep in 1996, the first cloned mammal in history. It also led to important findings in the 29 use of cells. For example, 30 from someone’s skin can turn into any type of tissue in the body. This is good news for those 31 who have diseased or damaged tissue. Gurdon always remembers the 32 he had when he was 15. He even put the report on his desk as a daily 33 to himself. “When you have 34 , like an experiment doesn’t work, it’s nice to remind yourself that perhaps you are not so good at your job and the teacher may be 35 ,” he said. However, the facts suggest Gurdon is pretty good indeed. 16.A. report 17.A. musician 18.A. stop 19.A. sooner 20.A. won 21.A. accepted 22.A. instead of 23.A. reading 24.A. baby 25.A. cut 26.A. predicted 27.A. couldn’t 28.A. save 29.A. everyday 30.A. cells 31.A. fools 32.A. friend 33.A. rule 34.A. prizes B. letter B. scientist B. mean B. later
C. passage C. manager C. inspire C. more hurriedly C. dreamed of C. collected C. because of C. change C. genes C. went C. proved C. mustn’t C. feed C. physical C. water C. patients C. classmate C. reminder C. meals
D. program D. millionaire D. reflect D. more happily D. applied for D. shared D. in place of D. research D. features D. formed D. provided D. needn’t D. create D. illegal D. blood D. doctors D. neighbor D. reward D. problems
B. founded B. refused B. in spite of B. writing B. power B. grew B. studied B. shouldn’t B. drive B. medical B. hairs B. scientists B. teacher B. paper B. diseases
第二部分 阅读理解（共 30 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 60 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 A WHEN there are some strangers in front of us, which of them will we trust? According to a new study in the online PloS One (《公共科学图书馆· 综合》), people make their decisions to trust others largely based on their faces. Your appearance can do a lot for you, especially if you are in the financial industry. The more trustworthy（可靠地；可信赖的） you look, the more likely people will buy what you’re selling. Researchers from Britain’s University of Warwick Business School, University College London, and Dartmouth College, US, did a number of experiments. The research team used computer software to make 40 faces, from the least to the most trustworthy-looking. The study said that the difference between a trustworthy face and one that isn’t as trustworthy comes from features that look slightly angry or slightly happy, even when the face is at rest. However, a slightly happy face is more likely to be trusted. Researchers gave participants some money and asked them which face they trusted to invest the money for them. Then researchers gave some good and bad information about the people with these faces, and asked the participants again whom they trusted. The results showed that even if they got different information, the participants didn’t change their choices. They were still more likely to invest their money with the more trustworthy-looking faces. Chris Olivola, one of the study’s authors, said in the University of Warwick’s press release（新闻 稿；新闻发布）: “It seems we are still willing to go with our own instincts (本能) about whether we think someone looks like we can trust them. The temptation (诱惑) to judge strangers by their faces is hard to resist.” 36. Which of the following can be a proper title for this passage? A. What kind of face do you trust? B. Who did the experiments? C. Why do you trust him or her? D. Why did they do the experiments? 37. According to the study, which of the following faces is most likely to be trusted? A. A sad face. B. A smiling face. C. A crying face. D. An angry face. 38. Which of the following about the experiment is TRUE? A. The trustworthy faces were given good information. B. Researchers took photos of the 40 people’s faces in college. C. Most participants gave their money to the trustworthy-looking faces. D. Participants liked to choose the faces with good information. 39. What did the researchers learn from their experiment? A. People can’t refuse temptations. B. People always do things with their instincts 直觉；本能）. C. People often judge strangers by their faces. D. People don’t trust strangers with sad faces.
B When two Bangs meet SHELDON Cooper is a scientific genius on the popular American TV show, The Big Bang Theory (《生活大爆炸》). He finally met his match last year: Stephen Hawking.
This is not the first time that the scientist has appeared on TV. He has also been on Star Trek (in 1987) （星际迷航）and The Simpsons (in 1989). Each time, he played himself. Hawking, 71, is perhaps the world’s most famous scientist after Albert Einstein. He has spent his whole life studying the beginning and the end of the universe, including the Big Bang (宇宙大爆炸) theory. The Big Bang theory explains the early development of the universe. According to the theory, about 13.7 billion years ago everything was all squeezed together in a tiny, tight little ball, and then the ball exploded. The results of that explosion are what we call the universe.? Hawking has always tried to make science more popular with people. His book: A Brief History of Time was published in 1988. In the book he shares his understanding of the universe in simple language. The book tries to explain many subjects about the universe to common readers, including the Big Bang, black holes and light cones (光锥). Hawking’s achievements are even greater if you think about his disability. When he was 21, Hawking caught a bad illness that slowly stopped him from moving or talking. Now he sits on a wheelchair with a computer by his side. To communicate, he moves two fingers to control the computer’s mouse. He chooses his words from the screen, which are then spoken by a voice synthesizer (合成器). Hawking also believes that there might be aliens in space. However, he believes they are probably very dangerous, so we should not look for them. “I imagine they might exist in very big ships ... having used up all the resources from their home planet,” Hawking said in a British documentary named Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking. 40. What does the “two Bangs” in the title refer to? A. The director of “The Big Bang Theory” and the founder of it. B. The director and the actor of “The Big Bang Theory”. C. The founder of the “Big Bang ” theory and its spreader（散布者；推广者）. D. The scientific genius on TV show and the one alive in real life. 41. Acting in The Big Bang Theory is Hawking’s _____ time on TV. A. first B. second C. third D. fourth 42. According to Paragraph 5, Hawking wrote the book A Brief History of Time especially for _____. A. scientists who study the universe 43. The Big Bang theory mainly explains _____. A. how the universe started C. how old the universe is A. He was born with a disability. C. He believes aliens are our friends. B. what the universe is like D. how the universe exploded B. He uses a computer to communicate. D. He encourages people to look for aliens. C B. people who know a lot about the universe C. people who know little about the universe D. people who only know difficult language
44. According to the passage, which of the following about Hawking is TRUE?
Kiss crisis, hug horrors and the UK's handshake headaches Greeting someone, saying goodbye – these situations fill me with unease. You have a second to make a dangerous decision. One peck (轻吻)? Two pecks? Three? No kisses at all? Why, I think, as I crash into the other person’s face, why can’t it be as simple as a handshake? A survey by the soap company Radox in May showed one in five Brits （英国人）now feels a handshake is “too formal”, according to the Daily Mail. Some 42 percent said they never shook hands
when greeting friends. For one third of people the alternative（替换物） was a hug, for 16 perce nt a kiss on the cheek. British people are known to be reserved (保守的) – unfriendly, some would say. Handshakes used to work for us because we didn’t have to get too close. But the super-British handshake is no longer fashionable. We want to be more like our easygoing Mediterranean neighbors who greet each other with kisses and hugs. The trouble is, we still find it a bit awkward. What does a married man do when greeting a married female friend, for example? How should someone younger greet someone older? Guys don’t tend to kiss one another; my male friends in Britain go for the “manly hug”, taking each other stiffly (不自然地) in one arm and giving a few thumps （重击） on the back with words like “Take it easy, yeah?”. The biggest questions, if you do decide to kiss, are how many times and which cheek first. Unlike the French, who comfortably deliver three, our cheek-pecks usually end in embarrassed giggling (咯咯 笑): “Oh, gosh, sorry, I didn’t mean to kiss you on the lips, I never know where to aim for first!” But then it’s never been easy for us poor, uncomfortable Brits. Even the handshake had its problems: don’t shake too hard, but don’t hold the other person’s hand too limply (无力地) either, and definitely don’t go in with sweaty hands. Maybe it’s better to leave it at a smile and a nod. 45. What is the article mainly about? A. Origin of the traditional British way of greeting someone. B. New trends and problems that Brits have with the way they greet people. C. Why the author feels uneasy when greeting someone or saying goodbye. D. Differences in greetings between Britain and other Western countries. 46. What did the survey by the soap company Radox show? A. It is now considered unfriendly to greet friends with a handshake in Britain. B. A kiss on the cheek is becoming the most popular form of greeting in Britain. C. Most Brits no longer offer to shake hands with those they meet. D. More and more Brits prefer to be greeted with a hug or kiss. 47. The underlined word “awkward” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to ______. A. not helpful B. too informal C. quite embarrassed D. very interesting 48. Which does the author think might be the safest form of greeting for a British person? A. A hug. B. A smile and a nod. C. A handshake. D. A kiss on the cheek. 49. Who wrote the article? A. A British writer. B. An American writer. C. A French writer. D. A Chinese writer.
D ASK any group of teenagers in the UK what they most like to eat, and foods like pizzas, curries, pasta, burgers and chips are bound to get a mention – and many young people would probably also list hanging out at the local fast-food restaurant as one of their favorite pastimes. But what teenagers like to eat is not necessarily what they should be eating. According to the National Diet and Nutrition Survey, far too many young people in the UK between the ages of four and 18 consume too much fat, sugar and salt in their diet and take in too many calories. Meanwhile their intake（摄入） of starchy carbohydrates (淀粉类碳水化合物), fibre, iron, vitamins and calcium （钙）is too low. For a growing body, eating foods containing plenty of calcium, such as milk, yoghurt and cheese, is particularly important as calcium is essential for the development of healthy, strong bones.
Similarly, foods that are rich in iron are good for young, rapidly developing bodies, so red meat, bread, green vegetables, dried fruit and fortified ( 强 化 的 ) breakfast cereals ( 谷 类 食 物 ) are also recommended. It is during our teenage years that lifestyle habits can become entrenched (根深蒂固的), so it is important that young people are educated about what foods are good for them. In 2005, in an attempt to change eating habits and open teenagers’ minds to new flavors and new tastes, celebrity （名人） chef （大厨）Jamie Oliver launched a ‘Feed Me Better’ campaign. As part of a television series, ‘Jamie’s School Dinners’, he worked with teachers and cooks in a number of schools across the UK to provide more healthy, nutritious school meal options. Although the campaign was rather resisted at the beginning, it was generally regarded as a huge success and helped to influence governmental policy on nutritional standards for school meals. No one expects to end the teenage love affair（爱情事件；强烈爱好） with fast and junk food but, hopefully, if projects like ‘Feed Me Better’ and the Government's own ‘Change4Life’ campaign continue to give out the right messages, more young people will understand the importance of balancing occasional treats（偶尔的款待） with healthier food options. 50.What can we conclude from the first two paragraphs? A. British teenagers eat too much junk food. B. British teenagers need not take in more calcium. C. What British teenagers like to eat is probably what their bodies need D. British teenagers should reduce their intake of starchy carbohydrates. 51. Young people need calcium and iron ______. A. to improve their brainpower C. to provide energy for their body A. show off his excellent cooking skills 53. Which is a point that the article supports? A. Teenagers should never eat any junk food at all. B. It’s easy for children to give up unhealthy eating. C. It’s okay for a healthy eater to have a little junk food. D. Once developed, our eating habit will change. E Aside from doing schoolwork and studying, American students must also participate in various extra-curricular activities（课外活动）. Many students get involved in their communities by doing volunteer work at various local organizations. In fact, the school I attend even requires students to perform a certain number of hours of volunteer work per semester（学期）. It is part of our study hall(自修课) grade, as well as a graduation requirement. There are many places to do volunteer work in the community. Some of my classmates volunteer at the local animal shelter, the community table (which provides free meals for needy families), charity(慈善) stores, and many others. Finding a suitable place to volunteer usually depends on what’s available, as well as personal interests. For example, a friend of mine who enjoys swimming volunteers at the recreation center to teach young children how to swim. With all these options out there, I ended up doing most of my volunteer work at a school library and a non-profit bookstore called Friends of the Library. This bookstore sells donated books at cheap B. to build healthy strong bodies D. to help change their eating habits B. teach students how to cook nutritious meals D. improve the children’s diet at school
52. According to the article, Jamie Oliver launched a campaign at schools to ______. C. make the public keep an eye on school food
prices, and all the profits made are donated to the local library. I thought it was very fitting that I do my volunteer work at a library and a bookstore, because reading has always been very important to me. I love working in the bookstore now, because every sale we make helps our public library expand, and gives it the funds needed to purchase new books. I think everyone should have the opportunity to read, and that we each should do our part to help those who don’t have the chance. There is a charity event, called One Book for A Window of Opportunity, in which Chinese students can donate a book to the children of the poor village Fangmaping. They don’t have a lot of resources, so reading can be a challenge. To find out more about this event, please visit: http://bbs.enfamily.cn/thread-739278-1-1.html. 54. This passage is written by _____. A. a Chinese visitor B. an American student C. a Chinese teacher D. an American teacher 55. This passage is supposed to write to ____. A. villagers in Fangmaping B. the writer ’s parents C. Chinese readers D. children in Fangmaping 56. The wri ter chose to do volunteer work at _____. A. a local animal shelter B. a charity store C. a recreation center D. a library and a bookstore 57. By writing the article, the writer hopes to _____. A. meet the graduation requirement B. look for another volunteer job C. get more chances to read D. encourage people to offer help
F  As adolescents(青少年), having a meaningful effect on the world can seem like an impossible task for the simple fact of being kids. Changing the world does not only mean finding a cure for cancer, eliminating poverty, or finding the origin of humanity, but recycling a piece of paper as well. Going Green is a practical way that adolescents can have a real, meaningful influence in the world. There are numerous options of how individuals can change their lifestyles to be more eco-conscious(有生态环保意识的). What follows are three simple ways young adolescents can go green and change the world. 1. Recycle  According to a Wire & Twine online article, 63 million newspapers come out every day and of those 44 million are thrown away; recycling the Sunday newspaper alone we could save half a million trees a week.  The age of technology constantly creates new phones, iPods, or new computers. Many will stand in line for hours if not days to get their hands on the new piece of technology, but what happens with the old ones on ce they are replaced? Nothing, according to Earth911 about 75% of the old devices sit in the back of a drawer collecting dust. By taking them to the local stores that collect them, they go to poor people which in turn removes them from landfills(垃圾填埋场) where the phones explode because of the lead and lithium-ion(锂离子) the phones contain. 2. Go vegetarian one day a week  Instead of breaking down the pros and cons(利弊) of the vegetarian lifestyle into a long boring paragraph, here are some astonishing facts on going vegetarian for only one day. According to Noam Mohr, a physicist at the New York University, the United States would save 100 billion gallons of water which is enough to supply all homes in New England for about 4 months.  The United States would save 70 million gallons of gas which is enough to fuel all the cars of Canada and Mexico combined and still have some to spare. The United States could prevent 3 million
tons of soil erosion(侵蚀), 4.5 million tons of animal wastes, and about 7 tons of ammonia emissions ( 氨排放 ). The Environmental Defense concludes with the most interesting fact: if the entire population gives up one meal of chicken, the amount of carbon dioxide accumulated would be the same amount if more than half a million cars were taken off U.S. roads. 3. 第 63 题  Most drink bottled water because of the common view that bottled water is healthier than regular tap water; actually, 25% of bottled water comes from regular tap water and all that is done extra is it going through a filter(过滤器). Tap water has higher regulations from the FDA (Food and Drug Administration 美国食品药品管理局) than bottled water does. Companies do not need to list where they got the water from, how they purify the water, or what chemicals their plastic water bottles contain. Plastic bottles do not get recycled 90% of the time which results in 1.5 million tons of plastic in landfills which take thousands of years to rot. Not only are you drinking the same water as that in your house but also paying extra. The average 24-pack of bottled water cost $3.97 at the local Wal-Mart and a reusable water bottle cost between $4.99-$7.99; just imagine how much money could be saved if reusable water bottles replaced plastic water bottles.  Changing the world for a positive has to start somewhere and while it may be hard and at times it may seem as if the small changes that are being done are not affecting the world, keep in mind what Margaret Mead once said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” 58. What’s the whole passage mainly talked about? A. Ways to protect environment. B. Ways to become powerful. C. The importance of recycling. D. The importance of saving water. 59. What’s the meaning of the underlined sentence in Paragraph 1? A. Changing the world involves many questions. B. It’s not easy to change the world. C. Changing the world is not so difficult. D. We can actually do everything. 60. How much of the daily newspapers are thrown away according to Paragraph 2? A. About 44%. B. About 63%. C. About 70%. D. About 75%. 61. In the article, the writer _____ to tell us the benefits of the vegetarian lifestyle. A. does a lot of reasoning B. uses many facts C. borrows VIPs’ phrases D. puts forward new ideas 62. What’s the benefits of giving up just one day of eating meat according to Paragraph 4 and 5? A. Much water and gas would be saved. B. Much land would be spared. C. More animals would survive. D. More cars would be on the roads. 63. Which of the following can be the subtitle(小标题) of Paragraph 6? A. Drink healthy water B. Produce bottled water C. Give up bottled water D. Reuse tap water 64. Why do many people choose to drink bottled water according to Paragraph 6? A. They think it’s cheaper. B. They think it’s healthier. C. They think it’s more fashionable. D. They think it’s environmental friendly. 65. What’s the main idea of the last paragraph? A. We should find a proper time to start action B. Small changes will make big differences. C. Personal efforts will not affect the world. D. A small group of people matters.
附加题 When Sally Ride was ten years old, she had no idea that she would some day grow up to be one of America’s first woman astronauts. In fact, if you had asked her then what wanted to be, she would have said, “ I want to play shortstop for the Los Angeles Dodgers.” Sally collected baseball cards by the boxful, and she knew the name and batting average (击球率)of every player in the National League. But major league baseball didn’t seem much of a possibility for a girl, even an athletic one like Sally, so her father and mother talked her into taking tennis lessons when she was twelve. At first she hated to trade her baseball bat for a tennis racket, but it wasn’t long before she started to win tournaments in her new sport. “ Tennis became much more fun when I started winning,” Sally remembers. Soon a row of trophies （奖牌）replaced her box of baseball cards, and tennis star Billie Jean King replaced Dodger shortstop Maury Wills as her sports idol. Sally first became interested in the space program in 1962 when astronaut John Glenn orbited the earth in his Mercury space capsule. Sally was ten years old at the time, but she remembers the launch and the splashdown (掉落) as if they happened yesterday. The girl who used to memorize batting averages became a space fan. She quickly learned the name of every NASA astronaut(there were only eight of them in 1962), the date of every launch, and the name and number of every spacecraft from Freedom 7 to Skylab 3. She could tell you the speed of light (186,300 miles per second), the distance to the moon (238,860 miles), and the names of the three nearest stars( the Sun, Alpha Centauri, and Barnard’s Star). By the time she was sixteen, Sally had decided to become an astrophysicist, a scientist who studies space. She had also become a nationally ranked tennis player. She remembers yawning（打哈欠） through an important tennis match on June 20, 1969, after staying up all night to watch Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon. Sally lost the match. As Sally got older, many of her friends started playing professional tennis. Some of them tried to talk her into quitting school to join them on the professional tennis circuit. But Sally said no. “ Black holes are more interesting to me than backhands,” she told them. Now she knows that she made the right choice, but in 1970 Sally had no way of knowing that NASA would open the space program to women. 1. At the age of twelve, Sally Ride ________. A. was interested in playing tennis B. was persuaded into taking tennis training C. began to become interested in space D. decided to become an astrophysicist 2. Sally Ride lost the match on June, 1969 just because________. A. she was tired B. she couldn’t decide whether to be an astrophysicist C. she couldn’t decide whether to take part in a professional tennis circuit D. she wasn’t interested in tennis 3. From the story we know that Sally ________. A. had been a professional baseball player
B. had never been a professional player C. had never been a woman astrophysicist D. wasn’t interested in space program A capsule is ________. A. the name of the neareast star B. a place where the American astronauts and the crew work C. a place where astronauts and the crew are trained D. a container of the crew and astronauts detached(分离) from a rocket Which of the following is True according to the passage? A. According to the story, Sally Ride is a woman astrophysicist. B. The ambition of becoming a woman astronaut was made in Sally’s childhood. C. Freedom 7 and Skylab 3 are the names of the nearest stars. D. Sally didn’t quit her schooling at the time as she knew sooner or later NASA would hire woman astronaut.
第 II 卷（共 45 分） 第三部分 书面表达（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 阅读表达 （每题 3 分；满分 15 分） 阅读下面短文并回答问题， 然后将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上 （请注意问题后的词数要求） 。  One young man went to apply for a managerial position in a big company. He passed the first interview; the director did the last interview, and made the last decision.  The director discovered from the CV(简历) that the youth's academic achievements were excellent all the way. He asked, “Did you obtain any scholarship in school？” The youth answered “None”．The director asked, “Was it your father who paid for your school fees？” The youth answered, “My father passed away when I was one year old; it was my mother who paid for them.” The director asked, “Where did your mother work？” The youth answered, “My mother worked as a clothes cleaner.” The director asked, “Have you ever helped your mother wash the clothes before？” The youth answered, “Never, my mother always wanted me to study and read more books.”  The director requested the youth to show his hands. The youth showed a pair of hands that were smooth and perfect. The director said, “I have a request. When you go back today, go and ___________，and then see me tomorrow morning.”  The youth went back and requested his mother to let him clean her hands. His mother felt strange, happy but with mixed feelings, she showed her hands to the kid.  The youth cleaned his mother’s hands slowly. His tears fell as he did that. This was the first time the youth had realized that it was this pair of hands that washed the clothes every day to pay the school fees. Then the youth quietly washed all the remaining clothes.  The next morning, the youth went to the director's office. The director asked, “Can you tell me what you have done and learned yesterday in your house？”  The youth said, “Number 1, I know now what is appreciation. Without my mother, there would not the successful me today. Number 2, by working together and helping my mother, only I now realize how difficult and tough it is to get something done. Number 3, I have come to appreciate the importance and value of family relationship.
 The director said, “This is what I am looking for to be my manager. I want to recruit(招募) a person who can appreciate the help of others, a person who knows the sufferings of others to get things done, and a person who would not put money as his only goal in life. ” 第二节 写作（满分 30 分） 假如你是李华，你的英国笔友 Bill 来信询问你家乡是否有雾霾（smog）天气，情况如何。请按 下面提示写一封电子邮件： 1、感谢他的关心； 2、简要介绍本地雾霾情况及给人们生活带来的危害； 3、人们已认识到雾霾天气的危害，正采取各种举措减少其发生。 注意：1、字数 150 左中；2、开头结尾已经给出，不计入文字总数。 Dear Bill, I’m glad to receive your letter , Thank you for your caring for th e weather and my health,
一、语法和词汇知识（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 1~5 CBCAA 6~10 CABBD 11~15 CBADD 二、完形填空 （共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 16~20 ABABA 21~25 DCDCB 26~30 CADBA 31~35 CBCDA 三、阅读理解 （共 30 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 60 分） 36~40 ABCCD 41~45 CCABB 46~50 DCBAA 51~55 BDCBC 56~60 DDACC 61~65 BACBB 附加题 BABDA 五、阅读表达（每小题 3 分，满分 15 分）
66. He went to attend the final/last interview for the job. 67. Through washing clothes./ By working as a clothes cleaner. 68. To find out more about the man. /To know what kind of person the young man was. 69.clean your mother’s hands. 70.He hired/ employed/ recruited the young man.