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第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分)
1. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. At the airport. B. At the bus stop. C. At the railway station

* 2.What is the weather like today? A.Fine. B.Cloudy. C.Rainy. 3.What will happen on Sunday night? A.There will be some folk songs. B.A party will be held. C.Some old friends will graduate. 4.What do we know about the woman? A.She can’t go to see her family. B.She is excited to leave her friend. C.She is eager to go back home. 5.What happened to Tom ? A.He failed the exam. B.He followed the advice. C.He cried terribly.

听第 10 段材料,回答第 17、20 题。 17.What is the purpose of the speaking? A.To give suggestions for losing weight. B.To give advice on reducing stress. C.To give tips of keeping fit. 18.Which exercise is the best for a quiet student? A.Ball games. B.Jogging. C.Walking. 19.What will happen if you don't have enough sleep? A.You can' t focus your mind. B.You can* t eat well. C.You can't get on with your classmates. 20.How many tips does the speaker give? A.2. B.3. C.4.

第二部分:词汇知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:多项选择(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)
21.As second-hand smoking is more harmful and dangerous, people want a total _______against smoking in public. A. ban B. brake C. breakthrough D. boundary 22.Future will be a marvelous world of artificial ______, robots might have their emotions and we human beings might have robots as friends. A. preference B. intelligence C. exhibition D. communication 23.In a courtroom it is sometimes difficult to _______ who is innocent and who is guilty. A. distribute B. develop C. design D. distinguish 24. Most of us think of games as child’ s play, but games ______ children' s thinking and develop skills like problem solving and communication. A. sharpen B. seize C. adore D. apply 25.With the living expense increasing rapidly, I, a fresh clerk in a company, have to take three part-time jobs, which _____ about extra $ 4,000 a year. A. bring in B. take in C. get in D. put in 26."Take a look at these pictures, and see if you can _____ the criminal . " The policeman said to the witness. A. pick up B. pick off C. pick out D. pick at 27.If the wild animals wander onto _____ land, the landowner may require the government to get them back. A. deserted B. private C. rough D. precious 28.David ‘s a terrible dancer; he's too _____ and keeps stepping on his partner* s feet. A. energetic B. optional C. sensitive D. clumsy 29.Although modem organic food has become very popular, many people can' t figure out the difference between organic foods and ______ grown foods. A. contemporarily B. conventionally C. deliberately D.dynamically 30.I used to feel very nervous when I stood up in front of others, but now I feel quite ______when giving a speech to the school. A. at random B. at length C. at ease D. at sight

第二节(共 15 小题 ;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分)
听第 6 段材料,回答第 6、7 题。 6.What was wrong with the man? A.He caught a bad cold. B.He had an accident. 7.When will the man go out of hospital? A.In no time. B.Half a month later. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8、9 题。 8.What will the man do? A.Call for a taxi. B.Check the room. 9.Why will the man stop on the way? A.To buy something. B.To visit friends.

C.He missed a good luck. C.Two days later.

C.Leave the hotel. C.To take photos.

听第 8 段材料,回答第 10、12 题。 10.Why doesn't the woman lend King Arthur and his Knights to the man right now? A.She doesn’t want to. B. She hasn’t finished it. C. She doesn’t like the man. 11.What does the man think of Ulysses^ A. Difficult. B. Interesting. C. Famous. 12.What are the speakers talking about? A. Magazines. B. Books. C. Newspapers. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 13、16 题。 13.What is the woman doing? A.Attending her husband.B.Discussing business. C.Asking for leaving. 14.When will the woman probably come back to work? A.Tuesday. B. Wednesday. C. Thursday. 15.What kind of person is the man? A.Considerate. B. Cautious. C. Confident. 16.What* s the probable relationship between the speakers? A.Doctor and Patient. B. Employer and Employee.C. Husband and Wife.

第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分)
A teacher teaching Maths to seven-year-old Laiq asked him, " If I give you one apple and one apple and one apple, how many apples will you have?" Within a few seconds Laiq 31 confidently, " Four!" The confused teacher was expecting a (n) 32 correct answer, three. She was disappointed. "Maybe the child did not listen 33 " she thought. She 34 , "Laiq, listen carefully. If I give you one apple and one apple and one

apple, how many apples will you have?" Laiq had seen the 35 on his teacher' s face. He 36 again on his fingers. But within him he was also 37 the answer that would make the teacher happy. This time hesitatingly he replied, "Four. " The disappointment stayed on the teacher' s face. Suddenly she 38 that Laiq liked strawberries.She thought maybe he didn’t like apples and that was why he couldn’t answer the question .This time with an excitement in her 39 she asked, " If I give you one strawberry and one strawberry and one strawberry, then how many you will have?" Seeing the teacher 40 , young Laiq calculated on his fingers again. There was no pressure on him, but a little on the teacher. She wanted her new 41 to succeed. 42 a hesitating smile young Laiq replied, "Three?" The teacher now had a 43 smile. Her approach had succeeded. She wanted to 44 herself.But one last thing remained. 45 she asked him, "Now if I give you one apple and one apple and one more apple how many will you have?" Confidently Laiq answered, "Four!" The teacher was 46 "How Laiq, how?" she demanded in a little annoyed voice. In a voice that was 47 and hesitating young Laiq replied, " Because I already have one 48 in my bag. " The story tells us: 49 someone gives you an answer that is 50 from what you expect, don' t think they are wrong. There shall be an angle that you may not have thought about yet . 31.A. told B. added C. replied D. wrote 32.A. worthless B. effortless C. careless D. selfless 33.A. possibly B. actively C. properly D. strictly 34.A. repeated B. ordered C. whispered D. complained 35.A. satisfaction B. disappointment C. punishment D. determination 36.A. recognized B. discovered C. calculated D. insisted 37.A. searching for B. waiting for C. arguing about D. talking about 38.A. decided B. noticed C. expressed D. remembered 39.A. eyes B. hands C. mouth D. nose 40.A. sad B. happy C. pitiful D. lovely 41.A. invention B. system C. reform D. approach 42.A. On B. In C. With D. By 43.A. victorious B. precious C. lasting D. appealing 44.A. thank B. congratulate C. help D. enjoy 45.A. Above all B. In vain C. On purpose D. Once again 46.A. astonished B. concerned C. amused D. relaxed 47.A. high B. low C. easy D. clear 48.A. strawberry B. apple C. coin D. box 49.A. Before B. After C. Until D. When 50.A. absent B. free C. different D. safe

第三部分:阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分)
A January l: It has happened. I got a call today saying a little girl in Russia is now my little girl. There are a lot of papers to prepare, and we have to travel to Russia to bring her home, but now it is certain. I think I'll tell some close friends. Jason is so excited. I haven't told Steven yet. How can I tell a seven-year-old that he has a sister who is already five years old? January 10: Today I received a picture of Katerina. The picture is small and not very clear, but I look at it over and over again. I don't know anything else about her. She has lived in a home for children without parents for most of her life. I wonder how I will talk to her. I don't speak Russian, and she doesn't speak English. February l: Today I showed Katerina’s picture to Steven* He is very happy and wants to tell all his friends about his new sister. I want to buy some new clothes for Katerina, but I don't know her size. I haven' t received any information

from the adoption organization, and I'm feeling a little worried. February 16: Finally! Today we received good news! All the papers are ready and tomorrow we will go to Russia to bring Katerina home with us. February 18: Today I met my daughter for the first time.She is very small, very thin, and very shy. On the way home in the airplane, she slept most of the time.When she woke up, she cried. I am very worried and hope that I can be a good mother to Katerina. February 19: Steven met his sister this morning. Although Katerina was quiet at first, soon she and Steven began to talk in a mix of Russian, English, and hand movements. Steven and his sister get along well together. In fact, he is able to help her talk with Jason and me. I am worried about how Katerina will be in school. Next week she will start school. How will she understand her teacher? March 21: Katerina looks much better now. She is heavier, her hair looks good, and her skin is clear. She loves to watch television with her brother, and she has learned to roller-skate. She is doing well in school, and her English gets better every day. Although she sometimes looks sad, and sometimes cries, most of the time she is happy. I think she is slowly my life without her. 51.Who is Katerina? A. Steven's elder sister. B. An adopted girl. C. Jason's close friend. D. The writer's niece. 52.When back at home, what is the writer most worried about? A. How Steven can get along well with Katerina. B. How Katerina can communicate with Jason and her. C. Whether Katerina will adapt herself to the school life. D. Whether she can be a good mother to Katerina. 53.From the passage we know that in her new family Katerina ______ . A. gets very fat B. becomes depressed C. remains frightened D. is well treated 54.Where is the passage most probably from? A. A diary. B. An advertisement. C. An essay. D. A speech. B Being able to experience a different environment and custom will give us a new perspective on everything we thought we knew and understood. Maybe, going abroad is an opportunity to look again at not only the country and the people who live there but also ourselves. I had never expected to visit Paris. The French culture didn' t interest me that much, and Paris seemed too big, too touristy, too much. But when I found myself standing next to the Opera National de Paris, completely alone and totally lost, I knew I was in for an interesting ride. I had decided to take a summer history class abroad, and Paris just happened to be where it was set. My teacher eventually found me and other jet-lagged students and walked us down to where we would be staying. Even then, tired, hungry, and feeling displaced, I was unable to keep myself from marveling at the beauty of the city. The next day in the grocery store, trying to decide if the box I was holding contained butter or cream cheese, I suddenly realized I was a foreigner that didn’t speak the language . The cashier and I had a conversation completely with gestures.For the most part, it didn't seem to bother the French that I was utterly incompetent in speaking their language.In fact, from my first unclear "bonjour" , many of them would directly switch over to English . Time Hew by. In the mornings we had class, and in the afternoons we were given a lot of freedom to do what we pleased. We explored everywhere in the city, becoming experts at using the Metro, and walking so much that our legs were sore every night. Living in Paris was a huge change in my lifestyle. Everything I did was more relaxed. I stopped worrying about the future and instead focused on living in the present. I stopped wearing a watch because time didn’t matter.We ate when we were hungry, went to bed when we were tired and explored in between .I no longer mind that Paris is so big; it' s an old, beautiful metropolis full of culture and history.On one of my last days there, standing on top of the Arc du Triumph with a

360 degree view of Paris, I finally admitted something to myself . The city that I had never wanted to visit had turned into the city that I never wanted to leave. 55.The writer came to Paris because ______. A. he wanted to have an interesting ride B. he attended a course in summer C. he admired its beautiful scenery D. he was alone and lost his way 56.On the first day in Paris, the writer felt _____. A. lonely in the big city B. bored with his visit C. surprised at its beauty D. interested in its culture 57.The example of the grocery store is used to illustrate _____. A. the little influence of language barrier B. the big difficulty of living abroad C. the great importance of gestures D. the intelligence of French people 58. By mentioning the uselessness of the watch, the author probably wants to prove ______ . A. time in Paris is not worth counting B. he enjoys the time in Paris very much C. life seems meaningful without time D. he has to spend a long time to visit the big city C Edward Snowden—the fugitive (逃亡者) former U.S.intelligence employee —appears to be stuck in Moscow, unable to leave without a valid American passport, according to interviews Sunday with two men who had sought to aid him: WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange and Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa. Snowden, 30, arrived at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo International Airport last weekend, after previously taking refuge in Hong Kong. Moscow was only supposed to be a stopover. WikiLeaks, the anti-secrecy organization, had said Snowden was headed on to Ecuador—whose president has been critical of the United States — and that he would seek asylum there. Now, however, both men said Snowden is unable to leave. "The United States, by canceling his passport, has left him for the moment trapped in Russia," said Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, on ABC ' s " This Week With George Stephanopoulos". The United States canceled Snowden' s passport last weekend. Assange criticized the United States, saying: " To take a passport from a young man in a difficult situation like that is a disgusting action." President Correa spoke to the Associated Press in Puerto Viejo, Ecuador . For now, he told the AP, Snowden was "under the care of the Russian authorities. " "This is the decision of Russian authorities. He doesn't have a passport. I don't know the Russian laws, I don' t know if he can leave the airport, but I understand that he can' t," Correa said . He said that the case was now out of Ecuador' s hands. "If Snowden arrives at an Ecuadoran Embassy, we' 11 analyze his request for asylum." Snowden traveled from Hong Kong to Moscow on his U. S. passport. Although the U. S. had already revoked it, Hong Kong authorities said they hadn’t received the official request to cancel the passport before Snowden left . An official at the Ecuadoran Embassy in London had also issued a letter of safe passage for Snowden . But Snowden apparently did not use it for his trip to Moscow. And it doesn’t appear that the Ecuadoran government would make a similar gesture again . On Sunday, Correa told the AP that an Ecuadoran official at that embassy had committed "a serious error" by issuing the first letter without consulting officials back home. Correa said the consul would be punished, although he didn’t specify how. Correa' s tone seemed to have shifted after a conversation with Vice President Biden on Friday.Where Correa had earlier been aggressive and determined, he now voiced respect for U.S.legal procedures.

59.Edward Snowden is a person who once worked in a federal department ______. A. to assist the governor of one state B. to collect information secretly for the US C. to organize overseas promotion campaign D. to educate intelligence employees 60.Which of the following word can take the place of the underlined word in Para.2 ? A. shelter. B. praise. C. position. D. forgiveness. 61.By what means did Edward Snowden leave Hong Kong for Moscow' s Sheremetyevo International Airport? A. A letter of safe passage from the Ecuadoran Embassy. B. Permission from Chinese government C. Invitation of the Russian authorities. D. An American passport. 62.What can be inferred from the last paragraph? A. Edward Snowden will live in Moscow forever. B. Ecuadoran government will provide Edward Snowden protection. C. Through U.S.legal procedures Edward Snowden has been caught. D. Correa hesitated to assist Edward Snowden. D When Scotsman Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876, it was a revolution in communication.For the first time, people could talk to each other over great distances almost as clearly as if they were in the same room . Nowadays, though, we increasingly use Bell' s invention for taking photographs, accessing the internet, or watching video clips, rather than talking. Over the last two decades a new means of spoken communication has appeared: the mobile phone . The first real mobile telephone call was made in 1973 by Dr Martin Cooper, the scientist who invented the modem mobile handset. Within a decade, mobile phones became available to the public. The streets of modem cities began to feature sharp-suited characters shouting into giant plastic bricks. In Britain the mobile phone quickly became the same with the "yuppie" , the new type of young urban professionals who carried the expensive handsets as status symbols .Around this time many of us said that we would never own a mobile phone. But in the mid-90s, something happened. Cheaper handsets and cheaper calling rates meant that, almost overnight, it seemed that everyone had a mobile phone. And the giant plastic bricks of the 80s had changed into smooth little objects that fitted nicely into pockets and bags. Moreover, people' s timekeeping changed. Younger readers will be amazed to know that, not long ago, people made spoken arrangements to meet at a certain place at a certain time . But later Meeting times became approximate under the new order of communication: the Short Message Service (SMS) or text message. Going to be late? Send a text message! It takes much less effort than arriving on time, and it' s much less awkward than explaining your lateness face to face and the text message has changed the way we write in English. Traditional rules of grammar and spelling are much less important when you' re sitting on the bus, hurriedly typing "Will B 15mm late - C U @ the bar. Sorry! - )". Alexander Graham Bell would be amazed if he could see how far the science of telephony has progressed in less than 150 years.If he were around today, he might say "That' s gr8! But I' m v busy rite now.Will call U 2nite." 63.What does the underlined part in Para2 refer to? A. Houses of modern cities. B. Sharp-suited characters. C. New type of professionals. D. Mobile phones. 64.According to Paragraph 4, why did Meeting times become approximate? A. People were more likely to be late for their meeting. B. SMS made it easier to inform each other. C. Young people don' t like unchanging things. D. Traditional customs were dying out. 65.If you want to meet your friend at the school gate this evening, which of the following

message can you send him? A. Call U@ SKUg8 2nite. C. CU@ the bar g8 2nite. 66.What does the passage mainly tell us about? A. Alexander Graham' s invention. B. SMS @ a new way of communication. C. New functions of the mobile telephone. D. The development of the mobile phone.

B. IM2BZ2CU 2nite. D. W84U@ SKUg8 2nite.

第四部分:书面表达(共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节:完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) 71.At present another bridge 72.I was about to call Mr. Stone across the Yangtze River in the city. ( build) my cell phone missing. ( find) a volcano, hurricane or earthquake? 这座城市现在正在修建另一座跨长江大桥。 昨晚我正要给斯通先生打电话,这时我发现我的手机不见了。 73.Have you ever considered how weak humans are ( compare) 你曾想到过吗,与火山,飓风或地震相比,人类是多么的弱小? 74.Visit our stores. Nowhere else 75.In fact, everything such good bargains. (buy) is actually pretty hard. ( worth) at the aifl)ort. ( see) 来我们店看看。你在别的任何地方都买不到这样好的便宜货。 事实上,值得去做的每件事情,往往都很难。 76.If you had informed me in advance yesterday, I 如果你昨天提前通知我,我就会在机场送他了。 77.Frequently ( change) 频繁地改变你身体的位置,是紧张的表现。 78.I found it very interesting 79.I hope you can quit smoking and live 80. kids playing hide-and-seek. ( watch) as I have. ( health) 我发现看孩子们玩捉迷藏是非常有趣的。 我希望你能戒烟并能像我一样过一种健康的生活。 with Big Tom is that he is very good at cooking. (interesting) 大汤姆非常有趣的地方是他非常善于烹饪。 第二节:短文写作(共 l 题;满分 30 分) 请根据以下提示,并结合事例,用英语写一篇短文。 You will never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine. 注意:①文章开头已给出,无须写标题,不得照抄英语提示语; ②除诗歌外,文体不限; ③文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称; ④词数为 120 左右。 Some of our daily behaviors reflect our attitude towards life. What our life will be like is based on what we actually do at present. from one position to another may be seen as a sign of nervousness.

E Turns out we aren’t good at walking and talking at the same time, according to a study of pedestrians (行人) on their cell phones. Nearly one-third of pedestrians (29. 8% ) were distracted (分散注意力) by their mobile devices while crossing the street, say researchers of a study published online in the journal Injury Prevention . Just as drivers who text, talk on cell phones, or adjust MP3 players increase their risk of losing control of their vehicles, pedestrians distracted by their conversations or their devices also put themselves at higher risk of getting into an accident . During the summer of 2012, scientists in Seattle, Wash. , studied 1,102 pedestrians at 20 crossroads seeing the city * s highest number of pedestrian injuries over the past few years. They watched how pedestrians crossed the street @ whether they looked both ways or obeyed the crossroad signal @ and also recorded how long it took pedestrians to do so. Distractions included listening to music with headphones, using a cell phone or earpiece to talk on a cell phone, text messaging, and talking with another person . Overall, researchers found the most common distraction among pedestrians was listening to music (11. 2%) , followed by text messaging ( 7 . 3% ) , and using a handheld phone ( 6 . 2% ) . But the most absorbing distraction was texting. Compared to pedestrians who were not distracted, those who were texting took 1 .87 seconds longer to cross and were four times more likely to not look where they were going, disobey traffic lights, or cross outside of the crosswalk. While the study did not track injuries related to these trends, previous studies have linked such activities to a higher risk of being injured while crossing the street. Combined with the rise in the use of mobile devices, especially smart phones, the results raise concerns that multi-tasking while walking may be a rising concern for pedestrians. And that danger may only climb, as the number of wireless devices has already exceeded the population of the United States. Last year, roughly 1,152 people wound up in the emergency room to treat injuries caused by using a cell phone or electronic device, the Consumer Product Safety Commission told the Associated Press in July. Those numbers may be underestimated, however, because patients may not always admit that they were using their phones along with other activities such as walking or driving when they were hurt . 67.The scientists did their study at the 20 crossroads in order to _____. A. attract more attention B. see more injuries C. record more samples D. find more pedestrians 68.According to the research, while crossing the street the most dangerous activity for apedestrian is _____. A. talking on a phone B. texting messages C. listening to music D. disobeying traffic lights 69.The underlined word "exceeded" is closest in meaning to "____". A. gone beyond B. greatly influenced C. accelerated the increase of D. drawn the attention of 70.Which might be the best title of the passage? A. Walk and don't Talk B. Prevention of Distraction C. Look both ways while crossing the street D. Cell phones lead to injuries


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