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第 I 卷 (共 90 分) 第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 1.—You couldn’t have chosen any gift better for me. — _________. A. Sorry, but don’t b

lame me, dear. B. You’ve had a gift for music, haven’t you? C. I’m glad that you like it so much. D. Oh, I’d choose a better one for you next time. 2. As a lecturer, she doesn’t dare to speak in _____ public; she is thought of as _____ failure. A. the, a B. a, the C. /, / D./, a 3. —Will you give me some suggestions on my job interview? —Smiling is a great way to make yourself _______. A. stand out B. turn out C. work out D. pick out 4. The parcel _____ so much that I dropped it on the stair. A. weighs B. is weighed C. was weighed D. weighed 5. Miss Sullivan clarified the science Project in Simple but vivid language so as to make it easier for teenagers ________. A. understanding B. to understand C. understood D. to be understood 6. The man tried to pretend that he hadn't stolen the money but his expression ________. A. turned him down B. paid him off C. made him out D. gave him away 7. American Thanksgiving Day, ______ falls on November 28 this year, is becoming increasingly popular in China. A. that B. when C. which D. what 8.-Do you know Tom, the manager of that company? -Of course, I know him, By next month, I_____ him for 10 years. A. know B. knew C. will know D. will have known 9. It was his word and action but not his appearance _______ moved us deeply. A. as B. which C. who D. that 10. No student______ go out of school for snacks during the break without the teacher’s permission. A. shall B. must C. will D. may 第二节: 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 There was a very special teacher who made a far-reaching difference in my life. Fall, 1959, the first day of class at Bethesda Chevy Chase High School was about to begin. “Who”, I asked a senior, “is Mrs. McNamara, my 10th grade English teacher?” He just 11 and said something about my being in 12 . Soon, I understood what he meant. Mrs. McNamara had a pattern of 13 that she repeated again and again. We would have a literature reading task for 14 . The next day, when we came to class, there would be two or three topics on the blackboard 15 to the homework reading. We were 16__ to write an in-class essay about one of the topics. The following day, she would 17 the corrected and graded essays and each person would be called 18 _to stand in front of the class and to 19 his/her essay. The class were required to criticize (评 论) that essay, 20 the grade of everyone in class would be reduced. The first time that I 21__ her read-write-criticize method, I had not 22__ to

do the homework and had written something without knowing what it meant. 23__ the extreme embarrassment I suffered, standing before my classmates, __24_ myself. No one laughed at me; no one would be 25 enough, or foolish enough, to do that in Mrs. McNamara’s class. The embarrassment came from 26 and along with it came a strong 27 not to let it happen again. Mrs. McNamara kept all of our written work in files; it was easy to see the 28 in writing that had occurred. What was not so easy to see was the inner transformation that had taken place, at least for me. What Mrs. McNamara 29 me to do was to see myself as others see me and, having done that, I could improve myself. And I 30___ . Thank you, Mrs. McNamara. 11. A. nodded B. laughedC. apologized D. shouted 12. A. trouble B. sorrow C. danger D. anger 13. A. behaviour B. evaluation C. activity D. thought 14. A. review B. performance C. practice D. homework 15. A. added B. related C. contributed D. compared 16. A. expected B. persuaded C. allowed D. advised 17. A. collect B. return C. send D. receive 18. A. on purpose B. at first C. by chance D. in turn19. A. talk through B. hand overC. read out D. show off 20. A. so B. and C. but D. or 21. A. tried B. adopted C. examined D. experienced 22. A. undertaken B. attempted C. bothered D. hesitated23. A. Remember B. PredictC. Bear D. Imagine24. A. playing jokes on B. making a fool of C. setting a trap for D. taking advantage of 25. A. brave B. careless C. proud D. selfish 26. A. above B. within C. behind D. below27. A. tendency B. preference C. determination D. sense 28. A. improvements B. pains C. difficulties D. advantages29. A. trusted B. invited C. forced D. permitted 30. A. did B. could C. had D. would 第二部分阅读理解(共两节,满分 50 分) 第一节(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) A A middle school student, who jumped into the hot seal when his school bus driver passed out on the way to class this morning is being praised as a "quick thinker" for leading the bus and 15 other students to safety. Seventh grader Jeremy Wuitschick is being praised by the local police chief for his actions. Wuitschick hopped out of his seat and grabbed the steering wheel(方向盘) pulling the bus over to the side of the road before pulling the keys from the ignition(点火开关) “I'll give the kid credit for fast thinking. He did the right thing and we're going to do something for him. The kid definitely deserves credit." Milton Police Chief Bill Rhodes cold ABC News. Police officers were informed of a school bus driving irregularly through town around 8 a.m. today but by the time an officer arrived at the scene, Wuitschick had had it under control. He had pulled the bus over in front of Discovery Primary School, which is near to the school where the students were headed .Surprise Lake Middle School. "I knew something was wrong," Wuitschick told ABC, "it was pretty scary. I was just acting on instinct. It was all happening really quickly."

Jeff Short assistant dean for the Fife school district .said the students had been trained in emergency situations on the school bus, including how to shut down, the bus in an emergency. A staff member at the school, John McCrossin, happened to be driving behind the bus when the driver lost consciousness( 知觉) and rushed onto the bus to administer CPR(心肺复苏) once Wuitschick had pulled over to the side of the road .Rhodes said. The kids told McCrossin they had already called 911. The bus driver, whose name has not been released, was taken to the hospital. Emergency service personnel told school administrators he was suffering from a problem related to the heart. Short said his condition was severe. Rhodes said that there were no traffic accidents or other injuries. 31. Bill Rhodes praised Wuitschick because A. he drove the school bus to campus B he did bring the school bus to safety C. he helped the police in public affairs D. he successfully saved the bus driver 32. When the police reached the spot._______. A. the bus driver had already recovered B. the bus had just arrived at its destination C. the bus had already been under control D. the bus was running crazily on the road 33. From the passage we can learn that_______. A. Bill Rhodes gave Wuitschick a credit card for his deed B. McCtossin offered to call 911 when the event happened C: Jeff Short happened to be driving behind the school bus D. Wuitschick had been well trained in dealing with emergencies 34. The passage is probably taken from______. A. a personal diary B. a news report C. an accident record D. a research paper B His first successful fight was for the equal rights of black people in South Africa. Then, as the first black president, he fought to unite the country and organize the government. Now Nelson Mandela has set his sights on a new enemy, AIDS. On March 19 the 82-year-old, former president, hosted his second AIDS-awareness concert. He warned that 25 million people in Africa were already infected with the fatal disease. Mandela was born in a small village in South Africa in 1918. He was adopted by the chief of his tribe and could have been a chief himself and lived a happy country life. But he refused to be a chief when his people lived under racial discrimination(歧 视). He decided to fight for equal rights for all the people in South Africa. Before 1990, under the country’s Racial Segregation( 隔离 ) Law, colored and white people lived separately. Black people were treated unfairly even when taking a bus. Blacks had to stand at the back of the bus to make room for white people even when there were only a few of them on board. For his opposition to the system, Mandela was arrested and spent 27 years in prison. He was freed in 1990 and became the president of the country after the first election were held in which everyone could vote. Mandela was not only a political fighter who attacked with speeches. He was also a trained boxer and fought in the ring when he was young. “Although I did not enjoy the violence of boxing, I was interested in how one moved

one’s body to protect oneself, how one used a strategy both to attack and retreat”, he wrote in his autobiography. As a skillful fighter, he chose music as his weapon against AIDS. He hopes to win another victory against AIDS. 35. When was Mandela arrested? A. In 1963 B. In 1990 C. When he refused to be a chief D. When he became the president 36. Nelson Mandela succeeded in doing the following except _______. A. winning the equal rights for the black people in South Africa B. uniting South Africa C. organizing a government in South Africa D. controlling the spread of AIDS 37. If Nelson Mandela hadn’t fought against racial discrimination, he_______. A. could have been the president of South Africa B. could still have lived a happy life C. could have been in a difficult situation D. would have been an excellent boxer[来 38. Which of the following statements can best describe the life of Nelson Mandela? A. struggle is his life B. sports make his fame C. fight for equal rights D. a great fighter against government. C The booking notes of the play “the Age of Innocence”: Price: $10 BOOKING There are four easy ways to book seats for performance: ------ in person The Box Office is open Monday to Saturday, 10 a. m. -8 p. m. ------ by telephone Ring 01324976 to reserve your tickets or to pay by credit card(Visa, MasterCard and Amex accepted) ------ by post Simply complete the booking form and return it to Global Theatre Box Office. ------ on line Complete the on-line booking form at www. Satanfiedtheatre.com DICOUNTS: Saver: $2 off any seat booked any time in advance for performances from Monday to Thursday. Savers are available for children up to 16 years old, over 60s and full-time students. Supersaver: half-price seats are available for people with disabilities and one companion. It is advisable to book in advance. There is a maximum of eight wheelchair spaces available and one wheelchair space will be held until an hour before the show. Standby: best available seats are on sale for $6 from one hour before the performance for people eligible (suitable) for Saver and Supersaver discounts and thirty minutes before for all other customers. Group Bookings: there is a ten per cent discount for parties of twelve or more. School: school parties of ten or more can book $6 standby tickets in advance and will get every tenth ticket free. Please note: we are unable to exchange tickets or refund money unless a performance is

cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. 39. If you want to book a ticket, you CANNOT _____ A. go to the Box Office on Sundays. B. ring the booking number and pay for the tickets by credit card. C. use the Internet. D. complete a booking form and post it to the Box Office. 40. According to the notes, who can get $2 off? A. The people who book the tickets on Fridays. B. An 18-year-old teenager. C. A 55-year-old woman. D. A 20-year-old full-time college student. If you make a group booking for a group of 14 adults, how much should you pay? A. $120 B. $126 C. $140 D. $150 42. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A. There are only 8 wheelchair spaces in the theatre. B. A school party of 15 students should pay 90 for the standby tickets. C. A group of 12 persons can get 10 per cent discount. D. The audience can’t refund money if the performance is on show. D GET YOUR DEGREE AT HOME! Have you ever wondered what a Degree might be worth to you in your job or career(事业)? It means a lot of Americans with an Associate Degree average nearly $10,000 more in yearly earnings than those with just a High School Diploma(毕业证). Harcourt Learning Direct offers you a way to get a Specialized Associate Degree in 11 of today’s growing fields-without having to go to college full time. With Harcourt, you study at home, in your spare time, so you don’t have to give up your present job while you train for a better one. Choose from exciting majors like Business Management, Accounting, Dressmaking & Design, Bookkeeping, Photography, Computer Science, Engineering, and more! Your training includes everything you need! Books, lessons, learning aids, even professional-quality tools and equipment, everything you need to master your training and more ahead to a new career is included in the low tuition(学 费 ) price you pay. Your education is nationally recognized! Nearly 2,000 American companies, including General Electric, IBM, Mobile, General Motors, Ford, and many others, have used our training for their employees. If companies like these recognize the value of our training, you can be sure that employees in your area will, too! Earn your degree in as little as two years! Get a career diploma in just six months! The career of your dreams is closer than you think! Even if you have no experience before, you can get valuable job skills in today’s hottest fields! Step-by-step lessons make learning easy. Prepare for promotions(提升), pay raises, even start a business of your own! Send today for FREE information about Harcourt at home training! Simply fill in your name and address on the coupon(票券) above. Then write in the name and number of the one program you’re most interested in, and mail it today. We’ll rush your free information about how you can take advantage of the opportunities in the field you’ve chosen. Act today! Mail coupon today! or call the number below 1-800-372-1589 Call anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. www. harcourt-learning.com E-mail: harcourt@learning.com

43. This advertisement aims at calling on people to ________. A. attend full-time universities B. work part time to further their education C. improve their education at home to get better jobs D. earn their degrees in different ways that suit them] 44. Which of the following is NOT clearly mentioned in this advertisement? A. The way how you will get your degree. B. Tuition price. C. The hot fields you will be preparing yourself for. D. The length of time it will take you to get a degree. 45. What does the writer of this ad intend to say by naming General Electric, IBM, Ford, etc.? A. To show that their training is widely used in the country. B. To show that the training program is fully supported by famous companies in the U. S. C. To prove the value of their training in every area. D. To show the importance of getting recognized by the most famous companies. 46. It seems to the writer that the greatest attraction for people to take their training is______. A. its convenience B. the degree’s nation-wide recognition C. the economic benefit it will bring about D. the hot fields the training will help people to enter E The National Geographic Channel has unearthed a time capsule (时光宝盒) buried by late Apple chairman and co-founder Steve Jobs thirty years ago. The time capsule was buried in Aspen Colorado, in 1983, shortly after Jobs attended the International Design Conference being held in that city. Organizers called the device the Aspen Time Tube and contributed items like Rubik's cubes(魔方) and some iconic music. Jobs added his own items to the capsule, including the "Lisa" ( also known as an "Apple" )"mouse he used for his presentation at the conference. Younger readers may not recognize the name but the Lisa Apple mouse was one of the first commercial mice released to consumers. The mouse was specially designed for the Apple Lisa computer. It's also the first personal computer to offer users a graphical user interface(图形用户界面) Initially, the plan was to dig up the time capsule in the year2000, but organizers forgot its exact location. Recently, they brought in researchers working with the National Geographic Channel show Diggers to find the device. Eventually they came across the 13-foot-long.1.5-foot-diameter tube, inside which they found a lot of 1980s artifacts(人 工制品)that are still being catalogued. “When the end came off, literally things just poured out.” noted Diggers host Tim Saylor "There must be literally thousands of things in there.” “They had the foresight to put a bunch of stuff in plastic bags." Saylor said. “I could see at least a dozen plastic bags and other items. But I know for sure there got to be photographs in there. People had hand-written things on the back of the photographs, so there will be some really interesting things inside.” Among the artifacts researchers expect to discover inside: a Steve Jobs speech in which the Apple visionary outlines his predictions for future technologies. We should know more about the researchers, discoveries once the Diggers program airs this fall.

47. Which of the following is true about the Lisa mouse? A .The mouse was the first commercial one for consumers B. The mouse was created only for the Apple Lisa computer C. The mouse was buried in Aspen, Colotado for two decades. D. The mouse was invented after the International Design Conference 48. Why wasn't the time capsule dug up in 2000? A. Because it was not the time set by Steve Jobs. B. Because it could not be accurately located. C. Because organizers forgot its precise shape. D. Because the local government didn't approve. 49. From the passage we can infer that_______. A. there were some special photographs found-inside the time capsule B. a Steve Jobs speech with future predictions was found inside the cap C. Steve Jobs predictions for future technologies have come true D. more about the capsule will be discovered in the Diggers program 50. The best title for the passage might be _______. A. The "Lost" Steve Jobs Time Capsule B. The Mystery of Steve Jobs Speech Solved C. Steve Jobs' 1983 Time Capsule Recovered D. Co-founder & Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs 第二节 情景对话(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据对话情景和内容,从对话后所给的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。 Now Smith is at the booking office. Clerk: Freedom Travel.Can I help you? Smith: 51 Clerk: What is your destination? Smith: Well ,I’d like to fly to Helsinki, Finland. I’d like the cheapest flight available. Clerk: Okay. 52 . Er?.There is one flight heading out then for $980. Will that be OK for you? Smith: All right. I’ll take it. Clerk: That’s Flight 1070 from Salt Lake City to New York, Kennedy Airport, transferring to Flight 90 from Kennedy to Helsinki. Smith: 53 Clerk: It leaves Salt Lake City at 10:00 a.m. and arrives in New York at 4:35 p.m. You will then transfer to Flight 90 at 5:55 p.m., and arriving in Helsinki at 8:30 a.m. the next day. Smith: All right. 54 Clerk: Sure, no problem. We will inform the airlines. 55 Smith: Will Smith. A. Cheap flights might not be comfortable. B. I’d like to make a reservation for 23rd. C. Can I request a vegetarian meal? D. When will the plane leave New York? E. Let me check what flights are available. F. Could I have your name, please? G. What are the departure and arrival times of those flights? 第 II 卷(共 60 分) 第三部分:写作(共三节,满分 60 分)

第一节 阅读表达(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面的短文,并根据短文后的要求答题。 (请注意问题后的字数要求) [1]Perhaps you are an average student with average intelligence. However, you can receive better grades if you want. Yes, even students with average intelligence can be top students without additional work. Here’s how: [2]Plan your time carefully. Make a list of your weekly tasks. Then make a schedule of your time. Be sure to set aside enough time to complete your normal reading and work assignments. Of course, studying shouldn’t occupy all of the free time on the schedule. [3]Make good use of your time in class. Listening to what the teacher says in class means less work later. Take notes to help you remember what the teacher says. [4]Skim before you read. Look over a passage quickly before you begin to read it more carefully. As you preview the material, you get some idea of the content and how it is organized. Later when you begin to read you will recognize less important material and you may skip some of these portions. Skimming helps double your reading speed and improve your comprehension as well. [5 Review regularly. Go over your notes as soon as you can after class. Review important points mentioned in class as well as points you remain confused. If you know what the teacher will discuss the next day, skim and read that material, too. If you review your notes and textbook regularly, the material will become more meaningful and you will remember it longer. Regular review leads to improved performance on tests. [6]Develop a good attitude towards tests. The purpose of a test is to show what you have learned about a subject. The word won’t end if you don’t pass a test, so don’t worry excessively(过多地) about a single test. [7]There are other techniques that might help you with your study. Improving your studying habits will improve your grades. 56. What’s the main idea of the passage?(no more than 8 words) 57. How many techniques the writer refers in the passage? (no more than 1 word) 58. What should you do if you fail a test? (no more than 4 words) 59. According to the passage, how can an average student improve his/her grades?(no more than 6 words) 60. What does the word “it”(line 4, paragraph 5)probably refer to?(no more than 3 words) 第二节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 I got up early this morning, so I went to school without breakfast. I walked in so a hurry that I stepped on a banana peel dropped by an old man walk in front of me. As the result, I slipped and fell in my back. I am so angry that I wanted to blame the old man, so I controlled myself at last. I picked out the banana peel, putting it into the dustbin and ran to school. The class had begun, but I was very happy because I did that what I should do to protect our environment. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 根据下面提示用英语写一篇 120 词左右的短文,标题为:Have a healthy lifestyle 内容如下: (1)许多青少年不注重健康问题的现象及导致的危害; (2)简述你的看法,提出你的建议。 Have a healthy lifestyle

As we all know, health is very important. Only when we are healthy can we study well and enjoy life. ___ ___


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