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第一部分 听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 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 is Jack‘s occupation now? A. A secretary. B. A newspaperman. C. A novelist.

2. Where does this conversation most likely take place? A. In a lab. B. In a clinic. C. In a dining hall.

3. How old is Jane? A. 19. B. 27. C. 35.

4. How often does the man go to visit his teacher? A. At least once a year. B. Once every two years. C. Twice a month. 5. When will the woman sleep? A. After turning off the lights. B. After taking a walk. C. After working for a while. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 请听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有几个小题,从题中所给出的 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。每段对话读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6. How does the man seem to feel after this job interview? A. Anxious. B. Hopeful. C. Desperate.

7. How many interviewees were able to go to the second interview? A. 4. B. 12. C. 16. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 8. Who went on a package holiday with their kids? A. Tony and Betty. B. Tony and Julia. C. Julia and Betty.

9. How did the man like the holiday? A. Comfortable. B. Wonderful. C. Disappointing. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 10 至 l2 题。 10. Why does the man refuse the first flat? A. It‘s too expensive. B. It‘s too small. C. It‘s not on the top floor.

11. Why does the woman let the man rent the second flat? A. He is clean and quiet. B. He is kind and polite. C. He is poor and honest. 12. How much will the man pay before moving in? A. $100. B. $50. C. $30. 听第 9 段材料, 回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. What is Tom doing? A. Listening to English songs. B. Surfing the Internet. C. Preparing for a test. 14. How does the woman find studying English? A. Interesting. B. Boring. C. Difficult.

15. What does the woman suggest the man do? A. Play more games online. B. Talk with friends online more often. C. Learn western culture online. 16. What will the woman do next? A. Go to school. B. Take an exam. C. Review lessons. 听第 10 段材料, 回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. Who is the speaker talking to? A. People showing interest in the theater. B. People working in the building. C. People visiting the university. 18. What is the video showing today? A. The teachers of the university. B. The history of the theater. C. The buildings in the city. 19. How soon will people meet again? A. In an hour and a half. B. In half an hour. C. In an hour. 20. What is the purpose of the speaker‘s talk? A. To tell people the rules they should follow. B. To give people a brief introduction. C. To show people the direction. 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 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。 21. It is now______ universally accepted concept that _____early education should focus on children‘s happiness. A. an, the B. an, 不填 C. a, 不填 D. the, the 22. Despite being taken from very different sources, the results are remarkably _________. A. consistent B. constant C. contradictory D. controversial 23. I went to see the house, _______ at the time, the other day. But I haven‘t decided to buy it. A. being painted B. painted C. to be painted D. painting 24. Disappointingly, Mr. Wang‘s lecture on Global Economy only shows that he is _____ of an expert in any sense of the word in this field. A. none B. nothing C. no one D. neither 25. —Do you remember when I first met you? —Of course. I__________ in a small food factory. A. worked B. was working C. had been working D. work 26. —Mother, I climbed up to that tall tree and picked this big apple. —Jesus! You______ down and hurt yourself. A. might have fallen B. might fall C. must have fallen D. must fall 27. After ten hours‘ drive, we came to ______ is called a green house, through the glass wall of _____, we saw lots of green plants. A. where, which B. that, that C. what, which D. where, that 28. —I don‘t understand why Jane split up with her husband. —Neither do I, especially ______ her husband was so kind and considerate towards her. A. since B. until C. as D. when 29. —I didn‘t expect that John would be absent from my last Sunday‘s birthday party. —As far as I know, he ______ to see his parents in the countryside on Sundays. A. goes B. went C. has gone D. had gone

30. Besides proper diet, exercise is one of the key ___________of a healthy lifestyle. A. categories B. components —Thank you. A. doesn‘t she B. does she C. can‘t you D. will you C. ranges D. processes 31. —The lady with a baby in your arms come to take my seat in the front, _____?

32. ______ by his fans, the movie star is always surrounded with flowers and claps wherever he goes or appears.

A. Having been loved B. Loved C. To be loved D. Being loved 33. —Is it a fact that you helped Tom cheat in the maths exam? — Honestly, ________. Actually he sat three seats away from me and I knew nothing about what was happening. A. I think not B. it‘s not the case C. I can‘t agree more D. I‘m afraid not 34. We are disappointed that the rainy weather has_______ a picnic for the weekend. A. ruled out B. turned out C. brought out D. taken out

35. When he came back home, he found his wife with red eyes, indicating that she _________. A. cried B. has cried C. is crying D. had been crying 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。 Visualize Your Goal The Catalina Island is twenty-one miles away from the coast of California, and many people have taken the challenge to swim across it. On July 4th 1952, Florence Chadwick stepped 36 Catalina Island into the water to swim across to the California coast. She 37 well and on the track, but later fatigue(疲劳) set in, and the weather became cold. She 38 , but fifteen hours later, numb and 39 , she asked to be taken out of the water. After she 40 , she was told that she had been 41 only half a mile away from the coast. She commented that she could have 42 it, if the fog had not affected her 43 and she would have just seen the land. She promised that this would be the only time that she would ever 44 . She went back to her rigorous training. And two months later she swam that same channel. The 45 thing happened. The fatigue set in, and the fog obscured her view, 46 this time she swam with 47 and vision of the land in her mind. She knew that somewhere behind the fog was the 48 . She succeeded and became the first woman to swim the Catalina Channel. She even broke the men‘s record 49 two hours. Success principles: When you set your goal, keep pressing on 50 when you are tired, physically and mentally, and 51 there are many 52 ahead, keep the vision of your goal 53 before you and never, never, never …give up! See the reaching, commit to it, and you will surely see your goal 54 . Motivation quote: ―I can‘t do 55, but I can do something. If we all did something, we could conquer anything.‖

36. A. in

B. for C. off D. of B. stepped C. felt D. started

37. A. prepared 38. A. held on

B. gave in C. came off D. kept up C. surprised C. left D. frightened D. cried

39. A. nervous B. cold 40. A. arrived B. recovered

41. A. carried away B. taken up 42. A. won B. succeeded

C. sent off D. pulled out D. got D. energy

C. made C. strength D. join C. same C. but

43. A. vision B. feeling 44. A. beat B. quit

C. swim

45. A. strange B. sorrowful 46. A. so B. however

D. awkward D. and

47. A. pressure B. potential C. sympathy D. faith 48. A. land B. sea 49. A. by 50. A. only 51. A. unless 52. A. records 53. A. clear C. ship C. for C. still D. island D. to D. merely C. as though D. even though C. falls D. challenges D. steady D. obtained

B. over B. even

B. once B. failures B. bright

C. stubborn C. realized

54. A. set B. acquired

55. A. anything B. everything C. nothing D. something 第三部分: 阅读理解 (共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 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 Crocodile Attack ―All I could see was two sets of red eyes below me,‖ said Dave Gatty, an Australian farmer who spent seven days up a tree in remote bush land to escape crocodiles. Gatty, 52, said he was forced to take such drastic action after he accidentally went into a crocodile-infested area of Queensland. He only had two meat sandwiches to keep him going, as crocodiles moved beneath his tree each night until his rescue. Gatty said he decided it was safer to hold out for a rescue team than try to make a run for it. His problems began after he fell off his horse while out in the northern Australia outback. Dazed and bleeding, he climbed back on his horse and hoped it would lead him home. It was only when he regained his senses he realized that he had been taken into crocodile-infested area.

―I had to get off the horse and I fell straight into a crocodile nest,‖ he told reporters. ―That frightened me. I couldn‘t go back, it was too far and too dangerous, so I headed to the nearest high ground and stayed there, hoping someone would come and find me before the crocs did.‖ Gatty explained how each night two crocodiles would sit at the bottom of the tree staring at him. Although Gatty‘s two sandwiches ran out after three days, he was able to get running water during the day and knew rescuers were looking for him as he could see helicopters in the air above his tree. ―If I hadn‘t seen the crocs circling me, and if I hadn‘t fallen into the croc nest, I would have made a push for it. But I knew the safest thing was for me to sit and wait,‖ he said. A chocolate bar, given to him by rescuers after being moved to safety by using a winch(卷扬机), ―was like a gourmet meal,‖ he said. 56. Gaddy felt _______ when he found himself trapped in the crocodile- infested area. A. panicked but optimistic C. upset and regretful B. nervous and hopeless D. frightened but calm

57. Which of the following did not help Gatty survive the accident? A. Sandwiches C. Chocolates B. Running water D. Staying up in a tree

58. What‘s the right order of the events related to the accident? a. Gaddy climbed up onto his horse unconscious. b. Gaddy climbed up a tree and stayed there. c. Gaddy was moved by a winch to safety. d. Gaddy fell off his horse accidentally. e. Gaddy found himself in a crocodile-infested area. A. a, d, e, c, b B. d, a, e, b, c C. a, d, e, b, c D. d, e, a, b, c

59. The article can be classified as _________. A. a news story C. a personal essay B Dublin Bus offers exciting cultural and diverse sightseeing tours in and around Dublin. This is the most reasonably priced, comfortable and enjoyable way to see our nation‘s thriving and vibrant capital city. Whether you want a quick overview of the City, hop off the City Tour to visit any of the city‘s major attractions or enjoy a half days guided tour of our scenic coastlines, we have a tour to suit your needs. B. a scientific fiction D. a literary report

FREE Hotel Shuttle Bus We provide a free pick up service from the hotels listed below for guests taking our Sightseeing Tours. Guests staying nearby may make their way to these pick up points. Shuttle 1 2 3 4 5 6

FourSeasons/Bewleys 8.45 9.45 10.15 11.15 12.15 13.15 Berkley Court 8.55 9.55 10.25 11.25 12.25 13.25 Jurys Ballsbridge 9.00 10.00 10.30 11.30 12.30 13.30 The Mespil 9.10 10.10 10.40 11.40 12.40 13.40 The Burlington 9.20 10.20 10.50 11.50 12.50 13.50 Shuttle 1 Shuttle 2 City Tour and North Coast + Castle City Tour and South Coast + Gardens City Tour only

Shuttle 3 to 6

City Tour Hop on-Hop off One Route+One Tickek=All Top Attractions

The best way to view all that Dublin has to offer is by open-top bus. Sit back and enjoy your 1 hour 15 minute fully-guided tour. The tour operates daily from 9.30am and can be joined at any of 10 stops, each located near one of Dublin‘s most popular attractions. Buses operate frequently and your ―24-hour‖ tour ticket allows you to hop on and off as often as you wish. Hop on - Hop off – Every 10 Minutes Entertaining Live Commentary Join anywhere along route – Pay Driver Complimentary map and discount guide Adult: 14 Child: 6 (Under 14yrs) Student & Senior Citizen: 12.5 STOP No. PLACE OF INTEREST ADDRESS FIRST BUS AM LAST BUS PM ○1 Tour Starts Here Cathal Brugha Street 9.30 6.30 ○2

Bank of Ireland O‘Connell Bridge 9.35 6.33 ○3 Trinity College College Green 9.40 6.38 ○4 Nassau Street Nassau Street 9.45 6.40 ○5 National Gallery Merrion Square West 9.50 6.42 ○6 Natural History Museum Merrion Square Wes 9.55 6.45 ○7 St. Stephen‘s Green Grafton Street 10.00 6.50 ○8 Tourism Center Suffolk Street 10.10 6.52 ○9 Tenple Bar Dame Street 10.20 6.55 ⑩ Dublin Castle Cork Hill 10.25 6.58 60. If a guest staying at Jurys Ballsbridge only wants to tour around the city, which shuttle is the earliest for him to take? A. Shuttle 1. B. Shuttle 2. C. Shuttle 3. D. Shuttle 4.

61. How much is a family of six, grandparents, parents and twin sisters of 10, to pay the driver when they take the Hop on-Hop off for a city tour? A. 65. B. 78. C. 81. D. 54.

62. Between which two places of interest does the tour bus run for the shortest time? A. Nassau Street and National Gallery. B. Tour Starts Here and Bank of Ireland. C. Tenple Bar and Dublin Castle. D. Dublin Castle and Christ Church Cathedral. C A specially-adapted sensory helmet, developed by researchers at the University of Sheffield, could provide fire-fighters operating in challenging conditions with vital clues about their surroundings. The helmet is fitted with a number of ultrasound(超声波) sensors that are used to detect the distances between the helmet and nearby walls or other obstacles. These signals are transmitted to vibration pads (振动板) that are attached to the inside of the helmet, touching the wearer's forehead. Rescue workers, such as fire-fighters, who might be working in dark

conditions or in buildings filled with smoke, will be able to use the signals to find walls and other obstacles that could help guide them through unfamiliar environments. It is expected that a lightweight version of the technology could also be useful to people with visual damage, acting as an additional ?sense‘ to guide users or to help them avoid hazards. Professor Tony Prescott of the University of Sheffield and director of SCentRo said, ―When a firefighter is responding to an emergency situation, he will be using his eyes and ears to make sense of his environment, trying to make out objects in a smoke-filled room, for example, or straining to hear sounds from people who might need rescuing. We found that in these circumstances it was difficult to process additional information through these senses. Using the sense of touch, however, we were able to deliver additional information effectively.‖ The team also found that the helmet was the ideal place to locate the vibrating pads because, although the fingertips might seem a more obvious choice, stimuli (刺激物) delivered to the wearers‘ forehead enabled them to respond more rapidly to the signals, and would also leave their hands free for other tasks. The helmet was developed using a Rosenbauer helmet donated by Northfire Company Limited and was produced following a two-year research project, funded by the E&Phs Research Council. South Yorkshire Fire Service have also assisted, providing advice during the development period as well as access to their training facility. The next step is to find a commercial partner interested in further developing the helmet. 63. Which word can be used to complete the following process of how the sensory helmet works?

A. light B. heat

C. vibration D. weight

64. Which of the following might be the best title for the text? A. Sensory helmet helps firefighters detect more. B. Sensory helmet protects firefighters from danger. C. Sensory helmet has great marketing potential. D. Sensory helmet frees firefighters for more things. 65. Who provided the fund for the sensory helmet research project? A. Northfire Company Limited C. South Yorkshire Fire Service B. the E&Phs Research Council D. the University of Sheffield

66. The author writes the passage mainly to ________. A. argue that a sensory helmet is better than a traditional one B. call people‘s attention to the firefighters‘ working conditions

C. prove technological development improves the rescue efficiency D. introduce a sensory helmet mainly used for emergency service D My lame grandmother was dancing. I stood in the living room doorway, absolutely shocked. She turned around and saw me standing in the doorway with her sorrowful eyes. ―So...‖ I asked, ―How did your leg recover?‖ ―To tell you the truth—my legs have been well all my life,‖ she said. ―But I don't understand!‖ I said, ―Your dancing career... I mean... You pretended all these years?‖ ―Very much so. And for a very good reason.‖ ―What reason?‖ ―Your grandfather.‖ ―You mean he told you not to dance?‖ ―No, this was my choice. I am sure I would have lost him forty years earlier if I had continued dancing. I weighed fame and love against each other and love won.‖ She thought for a while and then continued. ―We were talking about engagement when your grandfather had to go to war. It was the most horrible day of my life when he left. I was so afraid of losing him, the only way I could stay positive was to dance. I put all my energy and time into practicing—and I became very good. Critics praised me, the public loved me, but all I could feel was the ache in my heart, not knowing whether the love of my life would ever return. Then I went home and read and re-read his letters until I fell asleep. He always ended his letters with ?You are my joy. I love you with my life.‘ and after that he wrote his name. And then one day a letter came. There were only three sentences: ?I have lost my leg. I am no longer a whole man and now give you back your freedom. It is best you forget about me.‘‖ ―I made my decision there and then. I took my leave, and traveled away from the city. When I returned I had bought myself a cane(拐杖)and wrapped my leg tightly with bandages. I told everyone I had been in a car crash and that my leg would never completely recover again. My dancing days were over. No one suspected the story—I had learned to limp (跛行) convincingly before I returned home. And I made sure the first person to hear of my accident was a reporter I knew well. Then I traveled to the hospital. They had pushed your grandfather outside in his wheelchair. There was a cane on the ground by his wheelchair. I took a deep breath, leaned on my cane and limped to him.‖ ―I limped a few steps toward him and showed him what I'd taken out of my pocket. ?Now show me you are still a man,‘ I said, ?I won't ask again.‘ He bent to take his cane from the ground and

struggled out of that wheelchair. I could see he had not done it before, because he almost fell on his face, having only one leg. But I was not going to help. And so he managed it on his own and walked to me and never sat in a wheelchair again in his life.‖ ―What did you show him?‖ I had to know. Grandma looked at me. ―Two engagement rings, of course. I had bought them the day after he left for the war and I was not going to waste them on any other man.‖ 67. Why did Grandma travel away from the city when she heard her lover had lost a leg? A. To make her disability seem more believable. B. To go to another city to buy a cane for herself. C. To go to the hospital to pay a visit to her lover. D. To ask a reporter to spread the news of her disability 68. What can we infer from the passage? A. The public and critics demanded that she should dance again. B. Grandma became poor and had to make her living by dancing. C. Grandma began to recover her dancing after her husband died. D. Grandfather‘s recovered health encouraged Grandma to dance. 69. What was the reason for Grandma to put all her efforts and energy into dancing practice? A. She wanted to be the best dancer in the world of her time. B. She hoped her hard work could reduce her heartache. C. She expected to make more money by dancing better. D. She thought she should make the best of her dancing talent. 4. What is the best title of the passage? A. Love Recovers Her Talent B. Two Disabled Old Couple C. A Disabled Woman Dancer D. A Secret Covered by Love 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一个最恰当的单词。注意: 每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 Roommates Conflicts Identical twins Katie and Sarah Monahan arrived at Pennsylvania‘s Gettysburg College last year determined to strike out on independent paths. Although the 18-year-old sisters had requested rooms in different dorms, the housing office placed them on the eighth floor of the same building, across the hall from each other. While Katie got along well with her roommate, Sarah was

miserable. She and her roommate silently warred over matters ranging from when the lights should be turned off to how the furniture should be arranged. Finally, they divided the room in two and gave up on oral communication, communicating primarily through short notes. During this time, Sarah kept running across the hall to seek comfort from Katie. Before long, the two wanted to live together again. Sarah‘s roommate eventually agreed to move out. ―From the first night we lived together again, we felt so comfortable,‖ says Sarah. ―We felt like we were back home.‖ Sarah‘s ability to solve her dilemma by rooming with her identical twin is unusual, but the conflict she faced is not. Despite extensive efforts by many schools to make good roommate matches, unsatisfactory outcomes are common. Differences in preferred life styles and personalities contribute to the conflict. One roommate is always cold, while the other never wants to turn up the furnace, even though the thermometer says it‘s minus five outside. One person likes quiet, while the other person spends two hours a day practicing the trumpet, or turns up his sound system to the point where the whole room vibrates. Most roommate conflicts spring from such small, annoying differences rather than from grand disputes over abstract philosophical principles. However, if not dealt with carefully, they will eventually tear roommates apart. Roommate conflicts do harm to students‘ psychological health and cause depression. Worse still, depression in college roommates is often passed from one person to another. In extreme cases, roommate conflict can lead to serious violence, as it did at Harvard last spring: One student killed her roommate before committing suicide. Many schools have started conflict resolution programs to calm tensions that otherwise can build up like a volcano preparing to explode, ultimately resulting in physical violence. Some colleges have resorted to ―roommate contracts‖ that all new students have to sign after attending a seminar on roommate relations. The contracts cover terms like acceptable hours for study and sleep, a policy for use of each other‘s possessions, etc. Other schools have attended to the problem by using computerized matching, a process that nevertheless remains more of a guessing game than a science. Students are classified and distributed based on their responses to housing form questions about smoking tolerance, preferred hours of study and sleep, and self-described tendencies toward tidiness or disorder. However, parents sometimes weaken the process by taking the forms and filling in false and wishful data about their children habits, especially on the smoking questions. The matching process is also complicated by a philosophical debate among housing managers concerning the flavor of university life: ―Do you put together people who are similar – or different, so they can

learn about each other?‖ A cartoon sums up the way many students feel the process works: Surrounded by a mass of papers, a housing worker picks up two selection forms and exclaims, ―Likes chess, likes football; they‘re perfect together!‖

Title :Roommates Conflicts Passage outline Supporting details An example to introduce the topic ◇ Katie and Sarah came to study at Gettysburg College, determined to take their (71) ▲ paths. ◇ While Katie enjoyed a friendly relationship with her roommate, Sarah had (72) ▲ wars with her roommate over daily matters. ◇ Roommate conflicts are quite (73) ▲ in college dorms. (74) ▲ of roommate conflicts ◇ Students (75) ▲ in their preferred lifestyles and personalities. ◇ Small annoying differences are not (76) ▲ with carefully. Negative impacts of roommate conflicts ◇ Roommate conflicts may lead to little or no communication. ◇ Roommate conflicts can damage students‘ (77) ▲ health, causing depression or even violence. (78) ▲ taken to solve roommate conflicts ◇ Some colleges have resorted to ―roommate contracts‖: All new comers have to sign a contract, (79) ▲ terms like acceptable hours for study and sleep, and so on. ◇ Other schools have tried using computerized matching: Students are put into different rooms (80) ▲ to their responses to housing form questions. 第五部分 书面表达(满分 25 分) 根据以下图表写一篇英语短文。内容应包含以下要点: 1. 根据图表描述中国目前空气状况; 2. 简要分析产生这种现象的原因; 3. 试提出改善空气质量的措施。 注意: 1. 可参照图表所给提示做必要的发挥。 2. 词数 150 左右,开头已经写好,不计入总词数。 3. 作文中不得提及考生所在的学校和本人姓名。

Nowadays, the air quality in China has raised widespread concern. As is indicated in the picture, _____________________________________________________________________

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