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1．考生要认真填写考场号和座位序号。 2．本试卷共 10 页，五道大题（共 100 分） 。 3．试题所有答案必须填涂或书写在答题卡上，在试卷上作答无效。选择题必 须用 2B 铅笔作答；非选择题
一、听力理解 （共 20 小题，20 分。每小题 1 分）
第一节：听下面八段对话或独白，从各题 A、B、C 三个选项中, 选出能回答问题的最佳答 案。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。 听下面一段对话，回答第 1 题。 1. Where was the man born? A. In France. B. In America. 听下面一段对话，回答第 2 题。 2. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a hotel. B. In a hospital. 听下面一段对话，回答第 3 题。 3. What’s the between the two speakers? A. Teacher and student. B. Manager and secretary. 听下面一段对话，回答第 4 题至第 5 题。 4. What does the man do now? A. A lawyer. B. A policeman. 5. What does the man think of his job? A. Boring. B. Dangerous. 听下面一段对话，回答第 6 题至第 7 题。 6. What’s the woman doing? A. Giving suggestions. B. Making comments. 7. What’s the woman going to do? A. Give a performance. B. Watch a Chinese Opera. 听下面一段对话，回答第 8 题至第 10 题。 8. When was the camp held? A. On Friday. B. On Saturday. 9. Why didn’t the woman go to the camp? A. She didn’t like the weather. B. She went to another camp. C. She was ill. 10. What’re the two speakers going to do? A. Deliver a thank-you card. B. Go to the hospital. C. Have a barbecue.
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C. In Poland.
C. In a police station.
C. Customer and saleswoman.
C. A driver. C. Helpful.
C. Asking for information. C. Talk about traditional music.
C. On Sunday.
听下面一段对话，回答第 11 题至第 13 题。 11. Who is the birthday party for? A. Jack. B. Andy. 12. Where will they have the party? A. At home. B. At a restaurant. 13. What time will the birthday party start? A. Around 12:00. B. Before 6:00. 听下面一段独白，回答第 14 题至第 16 题。 14. What should you do if you want to play volleyball? A. Take a lesson. B. Book in advance. 15. When does the cycling track close? A. At 8:00 pm. B. At 6:00 pm. 16. Who might be the speaker? A. A person who sells tickets at the gate. B. A person who guides visitors in the camp. C. A person who takes care of the football field.
C. John. C. In the classroom. C. At 7:00.
C. Notice the opening time. C. At 12:00 noon.
第二节：听下面一段对话，根据题目要求在答题卡相应题号后的横线上写下第 17 题至第 20 题的关键信息。此段对话你将听两遍。
Lost & Found Report Form
Date: Name: Telephone: Description: When: a the 18th July Mr. David （18） （19） （20） suitcase for Central from Bullinton （17）
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二、单项填空 （共 15 小题，15 分。每小题 1 分） 从各题 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。
21. – What do you think of the two ties? – Perfect. But I don’t know which is better, so I’ll take _____ of them. A. both B. none C. all D. neither 22. I wrote a letter to the car rental agency, explaining _____ had happened. A. how B. what C. why D. that 23. – What bad weather! – Yes. The radio says it will be even ______ later on. A. good B. better C. bad D. worse 24. People can find almost whatever they need at the new shopping mall, ______ is always busy at weekends. A. which B. where C. that D. as 25. – Do you like the scarf? – Yes, it _____ very soft. A. smells B. gets C. feels D. becomes 26. I really don’t like the weather in the north as it _____ be quite windy, especially in spring. A. must B. can C. should D. shall 27. John ______ in his room when he heard someone yelling and screaming. A. had studied B. studied C. was studying D. would study 28. – Hello. Is Tom there? – Hold on, please. I _____ if I can find him for you. A. would see B. see C. have seen D. will see 29. – How about _______ Christmas party? – I would say it was ______ success. A. the; a B. a; a C. a; 不填 D. the ; 不填 30. Peter was late for the business meeting because his flight _____ by a heavy storm. A. delays B. delayed C. is delayed D. was delayed 31. People say Vancouver is Canada’s most beautiful city, ______ by mountains and the Pacific Ocean. A. surrounded B. surrounding C. being surrounded D. to surround 32. Native English speakers from different countries can understand each other ______ they don’t speak the same kind of English. A. so that B. even if C. in case D. as though 33. – Can David take charge of the international department? – I’m afraid it’s ______ his ability. A. under B. within C. over D. beyond 34. Don’t respond to any e-mails _____ personal information, no matter how official they look. A. requested B. request C. requesting D. to be requested 35. ________ a world of fantasy about ancient England, come to Camelot Park! A. Entering B. Enter C. To enter D. Entered
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三、完形填空 （共 15 小题，15 分。每小题 1 分） 阅读下面短文，从各题 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最 佳答案。 A Special Birthday Party
I teach a bilingual kindergarten class. One Monday I noticed that two of my students, Juna and Cynthia, had a shared 36 on Friday of that week. I informed both their moms that they could bring in 37 to celebrate their children’s birthdays. I wondered whether either 38 to bring in a birthday treat for the kids. On Thursday, I asked Juan and Cynthia about it, but they didn’t know anything about their parents’ plans. Both children, however, were very 39 about having a birthday party the next day in class. As I was tired after work, I decided to 40 it until the next day. The next morning my first 41 was: What should I do about the cake? It would be terrible if there was nothing for the kids to 42 at the party. The thought worried me as I approached the Mexican bakery on my drive to school. The shop had four large pieces of cake for a dollar each. The only thing was I was 43 on cash. I needed the five dollars in my purse to 44 until payday. However, I decided the 45 was the most important. The school day went well. After story time, I told the students, ―Today we are celebrating the double birthdays of Juan and Cynthia.‖ I brought out the cake and lit the candles, and then we sang Happy Birthday. Cynthia and Juan smiled happily. After the candles were blown out, I cut each of the four pieces of cake into five little pieces. It was just 46 , all 20 of my students had come to class that day. At the end, Juan said to me, ―Miss Jones, I 47 had a birthday party before!‖ As I watched him walk away, still 48 , tears came to my eyes. When Cynthia came up moments later, I asked her if she’d ever had a birthday party before. ―No‖, she said, ―But I loved my birthday today! Thank you, Miss Jones.‖ I later learned, after talking with their parents, that our simple celebration had, 49 , been both Cynthia’s and Juan’s first birthday party. I had to 50 the last couple of days of that month on the one dollar－but it was certainly worth it! 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. A. birthday A. toys A. required A. excited A. try A. plan A. see A. weak A. save A. class A. half A. ever A. smiling A. certainly A. struggle B. interest B. parents B. happened B. disappointed B. leave B. suggestion B. say B. short B. make B. party B. over B. seldom B. dreaming B. indeed B. occupy
C. room C. cakes C. pretended C. relaxed C. keep C. thought C. play C. hard C. last C. life C. all C. even C. singing C. anyway C. labour
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D. feeling D. friends D. intended D. puzzled D. change D. experience D. eat D. out D. owe D. salary D. enough D. never D. shouting D. naturally D. spare
四、阅读理解 （共 15 小题，30 分。每小题 2 分） 第一节：阅读下面短文，从各题 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出最佳答案。 A Around the world by wheelchair
Rick Hansen was always an active kid and loved to fish. When returning in a truck one day from a fishing trip, he had an accident and suffered injuries to his spine (脊柱). This 15-year-old young man awoke to find that he had lost the use of his legs. However, he didn’t give up. Many months later he began to compete in wheelchair sports. At the age of 27, he decided to wheel around the world to raise awareness and money for spinal cord research. His tour took him through 34 countries around the world between 1985 and 1987. In this Man of Motion World Tour, he wheeled 24,901.55 miles, which is equal to the distance around the earth. Bad weather and difficult, rocky roads often provided challenges for Rick, but he continued to push himself to complete the trip. He was determined to succeed. Even mountains did not stop Rick Hansen. He wheeled himself up the Rocky Mountains and several other major mountains in the world. He even wheeled himself along the Great Wall of China! ―Never Give up on Your Dreams‖ was his motto and he hasn’t given up yet. He completed his world tour raising $24 million. He continues to work to increase knowledge of spinal cord injury. He is a true Canadian hero who shows what determination can achieve. 51. What happened to Rick after the accident? A. He lost the ability of living. B. He has to spend his life in hospital. C. He couldn’t walk anymore. D. He couldn’t do sports any more. 52. When did Rick begin his tour around the world? A. At the age of 15. B. Soon after the accident. C. A year after the accident. D. At the age of 27. 53. Why did Rick take his tour around the world in his wheelchair? A. To gather money for the spinal cord research. B. To learn about the people of other countries. C. To travel to different countries for fun. D. To take photos of beautiful mountains. 54. From the passage we can see Rick is a(n) person. A. unhappy B. determined C. careful D. quiet
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Wilson Middle School
To: All students From: Agnes Smith, Secretary of the Computer Club Date: 8th September Subject: A New Year for the Computer Club Welcome back to school. It is a new year for the Computer Club, and there are lots of things to tell you about, so here goes. First of all, we have redesigned the school website home page. It is now more interesting, and contains information about updates to the school website. You can now click on the right places to see our new school motto, the information about our 25th School Anniversary and a Chinese version. Why not have a look at it, and tell your friends about it as well? The school website address is http://school.web/wms/index.html. Secondly, the 15th Joints School Computer Exhibition will be held from the 3rd to the 10th of July next year. The theme of the exhibition is ―Computer Technology 20 Years from Now‖. All participating schools must submit a project (方案) by the 28th of April next year. We want our school to participate in the exhibition, and we will prepare a project proposal for the school to submit before the deadline. If you have an idea for a proposal, please e-mail Kevin Shum or Amy Yale. Finally, the Computer Club will hold a Get-Acquainted lunch on Saturday, the 20th of September, at 12:30 pm in Room 12. We invite you all to the lunch, and we welcome you to come whether you are interested in joining the Computer Club, or you just want to learn something about computers. We look forward to seeing you here! 55. What can we learn from paragraph 2? A. The school has a new website address. B. The students can see the old school motto on the home page. C. The school will celebrate their anniversary on September 25th. D. The students can read the information in Chinese on the school website. 56. You can go and enjoy the 15th Joints School Computer Exhibition on _______ next year. A. April 28th b. July 3rd C. September 8th D. September 12th 57. What will the Computer club do on September 20th? A. Redesigned a home page. B. Hold a computer exhibition. C. Offer a special lunch. D. Submit a project proposal. 58. What’s the purpose of the letter? A. To report what the Computer Club did last year. B. To tell about the activities of the Computer Club. C. To teach the students how to learn computer well. D. To persuade the students to join the Computer Club.
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The history of inventions leading up to the modern computer is a story of people trying hard to create machines that complete many tasks automatically, such as adding up large numbers, controlling airplanes in flights, etc. many of the earliest methods of recording and counting data still remain mysteries (something that is not understood). In England you can visit Stonehenge, where a mysterious collection of large stones has stood since 1,500 BC. Scientists have never discovered the stones purpose. However, by observing the way the sun shines between the stones, many people believe Stonehenge was used to predict the seasons and eclipses (蚀) of the sun and the moon. Another early method of computing was a brass calculator, which existed in Spain nearly 1,000 years ago. The machine was shaped like a human head, with numbers instead of teeth. The shape became its undoing; some people were afraid the machine was supernatural, and destroyed it. In early recorded history, calculators that used the sun, or objects in the night sky, were developed to be used on ships to explore the world beyond the Tigris-Euphrates Valley of southwestern Asia. One such device, dating from the first century, worked with a system of gears designed to track the orbits of stars and planets. These orbits became the marked routes for ships. In ancient Rome and Greece, one of the earliest machines ever used for processing numbers was the abacus. This simple collection of beads has been used for centuries in China and other Asian countries. The abacus is built with columns of beads attached to a rectangular wooden frame. Inside the wooden frame is a crossbar that separates each column of beads into two sections. In the Chinese version there are two beads above the bar and five below. Each column of beads means a different range of numbers. The first column from the right represents ones, the second tens, the third hundreds, etc. By moving beads, calculations are quickly completed. Because values are shown by positions, the abacus is very valuable in teaching arithmetic to blind students. Experienced users operate the abacus very quickly. After World War II, a speed competition was arranged in Japan between the fastest calculator operator in the US Army and an employee of the Japanese Post Office using an abacus. The American was defeated easily by the moving beads of his opponent. 59. What does the author mainly talk about in this passage? A. Old methods to manage data. B. The great inventions in science. C. The mysterious historical events. D. Theory and practice in computing. 60. How does the author try to prove his point? A. By making comparisons. B. By analyzing the cause. C. By telling a true story. D. By giving example. 61. The underlined word ―undoing‖ in Paragraph 3 probably means _______ . A. cause of bad luck B. reason for change C. way to escape D. loss of power 62. What will the author most probably discuss in the paragraph that follows? A. The fast development of computer science. B. The use of abacus in Japanese Post Office. C. The inventor of the first modern computer. D. The invention of the first analytical engine.
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第二节：阅读下面短文和问题，根据短文内容和每小题后的具体要求，在答题卡 相应题号后的横线上写下相关信息，完成对该问题的回答。答语要意思清楚，结 构正确，书写工整。 Every year in the town of Dalware, a group of people who enjoy the outdoors have a very interesting contest (比赛). It’s a pumpkin-throwing contest! The rules of the competition are easy. First, the pumpkins must weigh at least eight pounds. Second, no explosives, or dangerous materials, are allowed. People come from all over the country to see the competition. Some of them take it very seriously. The people who compete in the event tend to have two things in common: they all love the outdoors, and they all love contraptions. There are several teams that take part in the contest. Some teams have been coming to the contest for many years. What do they call this strange contest that keeps people coming year after year? This fun annual contest’s unusual name is the ―Punkin’ Chunkin’ Contest‖. The aim of the contest is simple: to make a machine that can throw a pumpkin through the air. The machine that throws—or chunks—a pumpkin the farthest wins. The teams make these contraptions themselves. They work hard to make original machines that will chunk a pumpkin a long way. Some women compete in the event, but not many. However, the contest does affect the men’s wives — especially while the men prepare for the Punkin’ Chunkin’ Contest. One team member explains, ―The ladies don’t like to get involved. They know right around September … October, that it’s about time to become a Punkin’ Chunkin’ widow.‖ The unusual sport of Punkin’ Chunkin’ began over 20 years ago. In those days, there were only three teams and a few friends who came to watch. But now, more than 20 years later, this strange contest has really grown. It’s becoming very popular. Today, the contest attracts more than 80 teams, and more than 20,000 people come to watch it! 按具体要求回答下面问题，在答题卡相应题号后的横线上写下相关信息。 63. Who can take part in the contest? （不多于七个单词）
64. What is the contraption? （不多于六个单词）
65. What title would you give for the passage? （不多于三个单词）
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五、书面表达 （共 20 分） 根据题目所提出的具体要求，在答题卡上写出一篇连贯完整的短文。词数不 少于 60。
假如你是李华，你校将在寒假举办外国人学韩语的短期培训班，并为学员安排周末―北 京一日游‖活动。作为志愿者，请你根据下表提供的信息，向他们介绍旅游活动安排，并对 他们的出行提出建议。讲稿的开头已为你写好。 ．．．．
One-day tour in Beijing
Place to visit: the Forbidden city, the Temple of Heaven, the Summer Palace Price: Transport: Lunch: Time to start: $70 bus traditional Chinese food 8:30 am
Time to return: 5:30 pm
Ladies and gentlemen. Attention, please. I’d like to introduce to you the one-day tour for the coming Saturday. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________
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