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满分 150 分 时间 120 分钟 第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 做题时，先将答案划在试卷上，录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转 涂到答题卡上。 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 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. Who made the cake? A. The man. B. The woman. C. The woman’s mother. 2. When will the train leave? A. At 9:00. B. At 10:00. C. At 10:30. 3. How does the man usually relax on Sunday? A. He has a fine lunch. B. He plays soccer with his friends. C. He goes to a park with his family. 4. Where was the man born? A. In Los Angeles. B. In Manhattan. C. In Washington. 5. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Librarian and student. B. Waitress and customer. C. Salesgirl and customer. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题。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。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小 题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间，每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. What should the man do after dialing the number? A. Place the document. B. Press the green button. C. Press the yellow button. 7. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Teacher and student. B. Mother and son. C. Workmates. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. What sport do both the speakers like? A. Weight-lifting. B. Boxing. C. Wrestling. 9. What does the woman think of watching gymnastics? A. Exciting. B. Enjoyable. C. Fantastic.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. What is the relationship between the speakers? A. Boss and clerk. B. Customer and manager. C. Interviewer and interviewee. 11. What do we know about the woman? A. She is in charge of the IT Department. B. She is dissatisfied with the man’s work. C. She has developed many computer games. 12. When does the woman ask the man to start work? A. Right now. B. Next Monday. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. How many languages is the girl studying? A. 2. B. 3. 14. What did the girl think of Spanish? A. The most useful. B. The most beautiful. C. The most interesting. 15. Why did the girl decide to study Danish? A. Someone introduced it to her. B. She met someone speaking it and loved it. C. She wanted to work and live in Denmark. 16. What is the woman’s problem in studying languages? A. She has a poor memory. B. She feels it is awful. C. She mixes them up now and then. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What caused the fire to spread to the city? A. Strong winds. B. Hot weather. 18. How was the woman with stomach pains rescued? A. By boat. B. By ship. 19. When did the whale swim into the bay? A. On Friday night. B. On Friday afternoon. 20. What is the main topic of the news in Independence Bay? A. A whale was rescued to find the way to the open ocean. B. Hundreds of tourists watched a whale show. C. Several tourists were attacked by a whale.
C. Next month.
C. The huge area of forest. C. By helicopter. C. On Friday morning.
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） 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. Reportedly some farmers do not like to sell grain to the State. It remains to be seen how the government will ________ this challenge. A. handle B. blame C. recreate D. raise 22. President of the country has ________ for a car to meet travelers from the United States at the
airport. A. applied B. answered C. accounted D. arranged 23. I just couldn’t believe you should have made such a silly mistake. Look! You have ________ an important document. A. left off B. left out C. left alone D. left aside 24. “This year's profits will balance our ________ losses.” the president of the company said at the annual meeting. A. previous B. positive C. rough D. severe 25. With restrictions(限制) on talking and moving about, as well as a(n) ________ fear of being found, it’s surprising that their daily life is ever peaceful. A. uncertain B. instant C. pessimistic D. constant 26. Internet-related crimes are increasing. Therefore, suggestions should be ________for the future development of the tool. A. put forward B. put up C. put off D. put out 27. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said both countries had acquired precious experience from the successful ________ of their difference on the land boarder. A. sense B. assessment C. settlement D. assistance 28. Toyota was widely criticized at the time because consumers suspected the company tried to ________ avoid recalls in China. A. roughly B. technically C. privately D. deliberately 29. Greeting or talking to a foreign customer in fluent English will certainly make a good first ________ and that’s why English is a must for the job. A. announcement B. impression C. prediction D. comment 30. For a wealthy economy that is supposed to ________ global economic stability, Germany is not only failing to do its fair share, but is free-riding on other countries' economies. A. contribute to B. turn to C. belong to D. refer to 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，从短文后所给各题的四个选项（A B C 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。 Make Your Mark: Father Kombo Peshu Father Kombo Peshu came to the United States from the poor village of Mwanda, Kenya, ten years ago when missionary Father Richard Quinn gave him the chance to further his education. Father Kombo was given a 31 scholarship to study for a master’s of divinity (神学) degree. When Father Kombo 32 to Kenya for a visit four years later, he realized how 33 he was to have received his education in the United States. 34 the four years he had been away, conditions in Mwanda had 35 , and he was struck by how many children were 36 to receive proper education. In Kenya, children must 37 high school and college. Since many of them are orphaned because of the 38 of AIDS, there are a large number of smart students who cannot 39 to continue their education. Father Kombo knew that he had to give back to his people after witnessing such 40 . First, he began to give money out of his own pocket, but he soon realized he had to do more. He went back to his parishioners (教区教徒) in the United States and asked for 41 , and was finally able to 42 enough to start the Mughamba Scholarship Foundation, a 43 for children in his
village of Mwanda who cannot afford school. His parishioners were so 44 by his emotional sermons (布道) about these children that some of them not only gave money but also 45 with Father Kombo back to Mwanda to 46 firsthand what daily life is like for these children. Father Kombo 47 to work hard to raise money for his village and 48 has 40 students on scholarships for high school and 5 at universities in Kenya. 49 continuing to raise money for his scholarship fund through his parishioners and by 50 traditional Kenyan items, he is also working to raise money to get more running water in his village. 31. A. good 32. A. referred 33. A. happy 34. A. On 35. A. worsened 36. A. managing 37. A. pay off 38. A. effects 39. A. need 40. A. hardships 41. A. donations 42. A. arise 43. A. family 44. A. surrounded 45. A. played 46. A. buy 47. A. continues 48. A. simply 49. A. In terms of 50. A. buying B. fair B. returned B. sad B. Under B. lessened B. struggling B. pay back B. affairs B. agree B. ideas B. bills B. rise B. fund B. moved B. fought B. leave B. goes B. hardly B. In addition to B. sending C. full C. turned C. excited C. After C. shortened C. getting C. pay for C. efforts C. prepare C. symbols C. orders C. arouse C. school C. supported C. traveled C. wonder C. refuses C. currently C. In spite of C. putting D. big D. applied D. lucky D. Over D. strengthened D. determining D. pay up D. affections D. afford D. mysteries D. suggestions D. raise D. plan D. followed D. quarreled D. see D. fails D. normally D. In reference to D. selling
第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 阅读下列短文，从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项（A、B、D 和 D）中，选出最佳选 项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A Do parents owe their children anything? Yes, they owe them a great deal. One of their chief duties is to give their children a sense of personal worth, for self-esteem is the basis of a good mental health. A youngster who is often made to feel stupid, often compared to brighter brothers, sisters, or cousins, will not feel confident and become so afraid of failing, that he (or she) won’t try at all. Of course, they should be corrected when they do wrong; this is the way children learn. But the criticisms should be balanced with praises. Parents owe their children firm guidance and consistent discipline. It is frightening for a youngster to feel that he is in charge of himself; it’s like being in a car without brakes. The parent who says “Yes” sends a double message. He is also saying “I love you, and I am ready to risk your anger, because I don’t want you to get in trouble.” Parents owe their children a comfortable feeling about their body, and enough information about sex to balance the wrong information that they will surely receive from their friends.
Parents owe their children privacy and respect for their personal things. This means not borrowing things without being permitted, not reading diaries and mail, not looking through pockets. If a mother feels that she must read her daughter’s dairies to know what is gong on, the communication between them must be pretty bad. Parents owe their children a set of solid values around which to build their lives. This means teaching them to respect the rights and opinions of others; it means respecting elders, teachers, and the law. The best way to teach such values is by example. A child who is lied to will lie. A child who sees his parents steal tools from the factory or towels from a hotel will think that it is all right to steal. A youngster who sees no laughter and no love in the home will have a difficult time laughing and loving. No child asks to be born. If you bring a life into the world, you owe the child something. And if you give him his due, he’ll have something of value to pass along to your grandchildren. 51. According to the passage, parents owe their children the following things except __________. A. cars or houses B. privacy C. respect of self D. information about their body 52. The writer thinks that teenagers are frightened when they are in charge of themselves because__________. A. they are afraid of being left alone B. there is no one to ask for help when in trouble C. there is no one to guide and discipline them D. they don’t know how to stop a car without brakes 53. Which of the following ways is advised for parents to show love to their children? A. Giving the children whatever they require. B. Telling the children right from wrong. C. Respecting the elderly. D. Observing the law. 54. Which of the following statements is true according to the passage? A. Children learn much by seeing what their parents do. B. Children shouldn’t be corrected because it destroys their self-esteem. C. Comparing a youngster to his brighter brothers makes him try harder. D. Parents prefer to let their children be in charge of their own lives at an early age. B To be able to motivate oneself, or self-motivate, occurs when a person has the willingness to do something and is internally(内在地)motivated to do it. Sometimes it’s very difficult to get ourselves moving. The natural tendency is to postpone. Life just seems to get in the way! There is a job to go to, groceries to do, television to watch— Whoops! I guess we get pretty good at finding excuses to escape getting started on goals like an exercise routine or reading a new book. The fact is that we are creatures of routine and habit. So what can we do to motivate ourselves to accomplish our goals? Here are some tips on how to get moving: · Decide what you want. It’s hard to motivate an aimless mind. Set a goal and decide how you are going to go about it. Then break it down into smaller sections so it’s easier to handle and less overwhelming(势不可挡). · Keep track of your progress. Keep a log or diary where you can measure how much you have accomplished. Looking at it can also motivate you to keep pushing ahead.
· Post motivating pictures of slogans within your sight. It is always inspiring to see pictures of people who have accomplished what you’re going for. It makes it attainable and realistic. Likewise, little slogans like“go for it”or“just do it”can give you the little support you need. · Sometimes we forget what we set out to do and a little reminder is all we need to be revitalized(激活) and focus on the end result. If you remind yourself to go for the desired promotion, it will re-establish why you are doing what you’re doing. · Make it a habit. Once you have accomplished your objective, e. g. becoming an early riser, keep it up so that it’s second nature to you and you don’t have to think about it any more. 55. According to the author, some people fail to achieve their goals because . A. they don’t have enough desire B. their life is filled with routine work C. they naturally put off forming new habits D. they benefit from the force of habit 56. It can be inferred from the underlined sentence that . A. we can achieve our goal only by focusing on the end result B. in modern society people tend to become forgetful C. when we forget our goal, our life becomes meaningless D. self-motivation needs repeated self-reminding of one’s goal 57. To get moving on your goal, you can do the following EXCEPT . A. forget your aim and revitalize yourself with slogans B. make self-improvement your second nature C. keep a diary to clearly judge your distance to your goal D. support yourself by hanging inspiring pictures in your house 58. Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A. Get Yourself Motivated. B. Set Goals in Your Life. C. Get into Good Habits. D. Do Not Postpone. C A new period is coming. Call it what you will: the service industry, the information age, the knowledge society. It all translates to a great change in the way we work. Already we’re partly there, The percentage of people who earn their living by making things has fallen sharply in the Western World. Today the majority of jobs in America, Europe and Japan (two thirds or more are in many of these countries) are in the service industry, and the number is on the rise. More women are in the work force than ever before. There are more part-time jobs. More people are self-employed. But the breath of the great change can’t be measured by numbers alone, because it is also giving rise to a new way of thinking about the nature of work itself. Long-held opinions about jobs and careers, the skills needed to succeed, even the relation between workers and employers --- all these are being doubted. We have only to look behind us to get some sense of what may lie ahead. No one looking ahead 20 years possibly could have seen the ways in which a single invention, the chip(芯片), would change our world thanks to its uses in personal computers, and factory equipment. Tomorrow’s achievements in biotechnology or even some still unimagined technology could produce a similar wave of great changes. But one thing is certain: information and knowledge will become even more important, and the people who own it, whether they work in factories or services, will have the advantage and produce the wealth. Computer knowledge will become as basic a requirement as the ability to read and write. The ability to deal with problems by making use of information instead of performing regular tasks will be valued above all else. If you look ahead 10 years, information service will be leading the way. It will be the way you do your job. 59. Information age means _____________.
A. heavy industries are rapidly increasing B. the service industry is depending more on women workers C. people find it harder to earn a living by working in factories D. most of the job chances can now be found in the service industry 60. What does the author mean by referring to computers and other inventions? A. The importance of high technology has been paid no attention to. B. People should be able to act quickly to the advancement of technology. C. Future achievements in technology will bring about big changes. D. Computer science will play a leading role in the future information services. 61. The future will probably belong to those who _________. A. own and know how to make use of information B. devote themselves to service industries C. are able to read and write well D. look ahead instead of looking back D Here's a familiar version of the boy-meets-girl situation. A young man has at last gathered his courage to invite a dazzling young lady out to dinner. She has accepted his invitation and he is overjoyed. He is determined to take her to the best restaurant in town, even if it means that he will have to live on memories and hopes during the month to come. When they get to the restaurant, he discovers that this beautiful creature is on a diet. She mustn’t eat this and she mustn't drink that. Oh, but of course, she doesn't want to spoil his enjoyment. Let him by all means eat as much fattening food as he wants: it’s the surest way to an early grave. They spend a truly memorable evening together and never see each other again. What a miserable lot dieters are! You can always recognize them from the sour expression on their faces. They are forever consulting calorie charts; gazing at themselves in mirrors; and leaping on to weighing-machines in the bathroom. They spend a lifetime fighting a losing battle against bigger tummies (肚子) and double chins. Mere dieting is not enough. They exhaust themselves doing exercises, sweating in sauna baths, being massaged by weird machines. The really wealthy pay vast sums for “health cures”. For two weeks they can enter a nature clinic and be starved to death for a hundred dollars a week. Dieters undertake to starve themselves of their own free will; so why are they so miserable? Well, for one thing, they’re always hungry. All the horrible foods they eat leave them permanently dissatisfied. “Wonderfood is a complete food”, the advertisement says. A complete food it may be, but not quite as complete as a juicy steak. Hunger just proves too much for them and in the end they may rush to eat five huge cream cakes at a time. And who can blame them? At least three times a day they are exposed to temptation. What’s all this torture (折磨) for? Saintly people keep themselves away from food to achieve a state of grace. Unsaintly people do so to achieve a state of misery. It will be a great day when all the dieters in the world abandon their slimming courses, when they hold out their plates and demand second helpings! 62. Why might the boy have to live on memories and hopes during the month to come ？ A. He knew they would meet again and share the good memories. B. He knew he would have no living expense for the next month.
C. He knew they would have a wonderful night. D. He knew there’s no hope of seeing the girl again. 63. How did the boy and the girl most probably feel after the night? A. Awkward. B. Excited. C. Nervous. 64. According to the writer, which of the following are all typical dieters? ① weighs himself three times a day ③ always checks calorie charts
② eats five huge cream cakes at a time ④ has expensive yet nutritious meals every week D. ① ③ ⑥
⑤ has big tummies and double chins ⑥ takes sauna baths A. ① ② ③ B. ② ④ ⑤ C. ③ ④ ⑥ 65. Which of the following would the writer most probably agree with? A. New ways of controlling weight are needed. B. We should all have second helpings and grow fat. C. Trying to be slim is not an excuse for suffering. D. Many diseases are connected with overweight.
E Some people who find themselves facing a problem react by just giving up. But it is not good to escape from problems by giving up or by making excuses for failures. You may be sure that all young people go through the same difficult process that you are going through: meeting new situations, developing new skills, and testing their abilities. If you are unhappy about something, face it. Try to state the problem in a few words, so that you will know exactly what you are up against. Then see if you can “put your finger” on the cause of your unhappiness. In many cases, we only think there is no solution to a particular problem. But often we can overcome the problem and achieve the goal by making a direct attack. For example, a boy wanted to be a debater. When he tried out for the debating team as a freshman, the coach thought he was hopeless. He was shy; he had a high-pitched voice; and his posture was poor. Although he was given little hope of success, he took advantage of every opportunity to debate. He studied successful speakers and evaluated his own weaknesses and advantages. Then he spent many hours learning all the facts on the topics for debate, and worked at developing good posture and at speaking clearly. By his junior year, he made the school debating team, and in his senior year he was on the winning team in his state. He achieved his goal because he had made a direct attack upon his problem. Although direct attack is often the best way to meet problems, we have to be realistic in judging situations. Sometimes it is necessary to change either the method or the goal. A boy who wants to be a great football player may not be too strong and not quite fast enough for football. In this situation, becoming a great football player may be an unreasonable goal for him. However, he may become outstanding in tennis or golf, and satisfy his desire to take part in sports. A girl who is not good-looking may decide that she cannot win popularity with her face, and so she may try to develop an interesting personality, which eventually will get her much further. In this situation, she must change her method of achieving her goal. So, although direct attack is often the best way to handle problems, it is important to study
the situation and make a wise decision about what to do. 66. From the first paragraph, we can infer that . A. not all people will meet the problems that they can’t solve B. not all people can solve the problems that they meet C. all people will make some excuses for failures D. all people will not give up finding the solutions to problems 67. The underlined phrase “are up against” in the second paragraph could be best replaced by . A. are dealing with B. are faced with C. take up D. look after 68. A boy has talent in teaching, but he didn’t take the course of teaching, what method will he use to solve his problem? A. Making a direct attack． B. Judging situations. C. Changing his strategies． D. Changing the goal. 69. Which of the following best shows the structure of the text? (①-⑧ stand for “paragraph 1—paragraph 8”) A. ① ② ③④ ⑤⑥⑦⑧ ④⑤ B. ② ① ③ ⑥⑦⑧
① ② ③
③④⑤ ⑥⑦⑧ ④⑤⑥ ⑦⑧ 70. Which of the following is not right? A. When we meet difficulties, be positive and make a direct attack. B. No matter when we face difficulties, we can probably find a way out. C. If a girl is not good looking, she’d better change her style of appearance. D. Both a direct attack and a good analysis of the reality are good for solving problems. 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） 阅读下列各小题，根据汉语提示，用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子，并将答案写在答题卡 上的相应题号后。 71. Only when we realize the importance of helping each other building a harmonious society.http://www.ks5u.com/ (devote) 只有当我们意识到互相帮助的重要性, 我们才能致力于建设一个和谐社会。 72. They all agree on the fact that it is the burning of fossil fuels the increase in carbon dioxide. ( result) 他们一致认为是燃烧石油导致了二氧化碳的增加。
73. The other night, he was caught in the storm, and seemed _____ ______ a great deal. (suffer) 几天前的一个晚上，他遭遇了风暴，好像受了很多的苦。 74. They had no time to arrange their own wedding, as a result of which they by a company. (have) 他们没有时间安排自己的婚礼，因此，他们让一家公司来组织。 75. During those four years, he worked day and night, thus gradually until it was complete. (improve) 在那四年里，他夜以继日的工作，这样逐渐地改进了他的理论直到它臻于完善。 76. The representative from the company gave her the impression the space capsule. (handle) 那家公司的代表给了她一种印象：操作太空舱如此容易。 77. Last summer vacation we paid a visit to Karl Marx’s statue. It seemed so strange that he who had developed communism and died in London. (live) 去年暑假我们参观了 Karl Marx 的雕塑。奇怪的是，发展了共产主义的他竟然曾经在伦敦生 活并在那里死去。 78. Although this is the first time that the plan at the meeting, it has caused much concern. (come) 尽管这是第一次这个计划在会上被提出，它已经引起了大量关注。 79. We may often get into a case easily by others if we don’t get our ideas across. (which) 我们可能经常遇到这样的一种情况， 如果我们不把自己的思想讲清楚， 我们将会容易被别人 误解。 80. Extremely the new system of the factory, she determined to leave the present job immediately. (disappoint) 对工厂的新制度感到非常失望，她决定立即辞掉当前这份工作。 第二节：短文写作（满分 30 分） 假如你叫李毅，现在上高二，你的叔叔现在美国工作。你觉得父母管得太严了，自己解 决不了这个问题，于是发邮件给叔叔，希望他跟你父母谈谈, 劝说他们改变教育方式。要点 如下： 1. 学习上要求太高，自己达不到他们的期望值，并且经常拿自己和邻居家孩子比, 让自己 很沮丧； 2. 不准看电视，上网； 3. 不准自己跟女生交朋友； 4. 觉得跟父母有代沟, 不能很好地沟通 注意: 1. 字数:120 左右； 2. 电子邮件的开头结尾已经写好,不计入总词数； 3. 参考词汇：代沟—generation gap Dear Uncle, How are you these days? I’m writing to tell you my trouble with my parents. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _ ______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________ Best wishes, Yours, Li Yi