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第一部分：英语知识运用 第一节 单项选择（共 15 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 15 分）从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处 的最佳答案，并涂在答题卡上。 1. He kept looking at her, wondering whether he
_____ her somewhere. A. saw B. has seen C. sees D. had seen 2. _______ of my classmates could work out the maths problem because it was too difficult. A. Each B. No one C. None D. Any 3. Zhongguancun made __________ for him to realize his dream. A. that possible B. it a possible C. that a possible D. it possible 4. After the school sports, our headmaster ______ the prizes. A. gave away B. gave in C. gave off D. gave up 5. --- I wonder if I could use your telephone? --- _________. A. I wonder how B. I don?t wonder C. Sorry, it?s out of order D. No wonder, here it is. 6. In many places in China, ______ bicycle is still _______ popular means of transportation． A．the; \ B．the; a C．a; \ D．a; the 7. To tell the truth，________is my belief that parents shouldn?t give children whatever they want. A．as B．it C．what D．that 8._______ many times , he still couldn?t understand it． A．Told B．Having been told C．He was told D．Being told 9．It was in the lab________ was taken charge of by Johnson ________ they did the experiment. A．where；which B．which；that C．which；which D．that；which 10．_______ was most important to her, she told me, was her family． A．It B．As C．What D．This 11. You will succeed in the end ________ you give up halfway. A. even if B. as though C. as long as D. unless 12. A salty diet may increase the risk of stomach cancer ________ 10 percent, South Korean researchers found in a study of more than 2 million people． A．at B．to C．by D．for 13. In front of the house with a history of 100 years. A．does a tall stand B．stands a tall tree C．a tall tree is standing D．a tall tree stands 14. All things ，I think we ought to give the job to Mike. A. considered B. considering C. to consider D. are considered 15．Jerry worked hard and ________ was appointed as group leader of the factory. A．mentally B．steadily C．faithfully D．eventually 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，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、Ｂ、Ｃ和Ｄ）中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项， 并涂在答题卡上。 A high school history teacher once told us, “If you make one close friend in school, you will be most fortunate.
A 16 friend is someone who stays with you for life”. 17 teaches that he was right. Good friendship is just not easily 18 . It is possible that we simply do not stay in one place 19 enough for true friendship to develop.However, there can be 20 disagreement on the need for each of us to think carefully about the kind of friendship we want. To most of us, friendships are considered very important, 21 we need to have it clear in our minds the kinds of friendship we want. Are they to be close or 22 at arm?s length? Do we want to 23 ourselves or do we want to walk on the surface? For some people, many friendships on the surface are 24 enough. And that?s all right. But at some 25 we need to make sure that our expectations are the same as our friends? expectations. The sharing of personal experience including our tears as well as our dark 26 is the surest way to deepen friendships. But it must 27 slowly and carried on only if there are 28 of interest and action in return. What are some of the 29 of our friendship? The greatest is to 30 too much too soon. Deep relationships 31 time. Another “major difficulty” is the selfishness to think one “possesses” the other, including his time and attention. 32 , friendships require actions in return. In other words, you must 33 as much as you take. Finally there is a question of taking care of. Unless you spend 34 time together, talking on the phone, writing letters, doing things together, friendships will die 35 . 16. A. useful B. fair-weather C. school D. true 17. A. Knowledge B. Hardship C. Experience D. Schooling 18. A. formed B. understood C. realized D. produced 19. A. certain B. long C. patiently D. fortunately 20. A. some B. any C. no D. great 21. A. and B. but C. or D. while 22. A. remained B. left C. stayed D. kept 23. A. share B. deepen C. strengthen D. hide 24. A. less B. not C. quite D. very 25. A. degree B. places C. point D. length 26. A. clothes B. dreams C. clouds D. letters 27. A. be undertaking B. be undertaken C. have been undertaken D. have been undertaking 28. A. signs B. marks C. sciences D. sights 29. A. disadvantages B. differences C. requirements D. difficulties 30. A. command B. pull out Ｃ. expect D. develop 31. A. waste B. take C. kill D. spend 32. A. Surprisingly B. Differently C. Strangely D. Similarly 33. A. act B. possess C. give D. walk 34. A. considerate B. reasonable C. wonderful D. comfortable 35. A. away B. down C. out D. off 第二部分：阅读理解（满分 50 分） 第一节 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
A It was a beautiful spring morning. There were no clouds in the sky, and the sun is warm but not hot. Mr. Black saw an old man at the bus stop with a big, strong, black umbrella in his hand. Mr. Black said to him , “Do you think we are going to have rain today?? “No,” said the old man, “I don?t think so.” “Then are you carrying the umbrella because the sun is too hot?? “No, the sun is not very hot in spring.” Mr. Black looked at the big umbrella again, and then the man said “I am an
old man, and my legs are not very strong. I must have a walking-stick. But people will say, ?Look! That man is so old!? I don?t like that, so I carry an umbrella every day.” 36. What was the weather like that day? A. It was raining. B. The sun was too hot. C. It was sunny and the sun was warm but not too hot. D. It was cloudy. 37.The old man carried an umbrella because . A.it was going to rain B. he must have it as a walking-stick C.the sun was too hot D. he thought it was going to rain 38. From the passage we know that . A.the weather was bad that day B. the old man was stupid C.the umbrella was not strong D.the old man didn?t want other people to say he was old B
The fighting against youth smoking since I took office I?ve done everything in my power to protect our children from harm. We?ve worked to make their streets and their schools safer, and to give them something positive to do after school before their parents get home. We?ve worked to teach our children that drugs are dangerous, illegal and wrong. Today, I want to talk to you about the historic opportunity we now have to protect our nation?s children form an even more deadly threat: smoking. Smoking kills more people every day than AIDS, alcohol, car accidents, murders, suicides, drugs and fires combined. Nearly 90 percent of those smokers lit their first cigarette before they turned 18. Consider this: 3,000 children start to smoke every day illegally, and 1,000 of them will die sooner because of it. This is a national tragedy（悲剧）that every American should be honor-bound to help prevent. For more than five years we?ve worked to stop our children from smoking before they start, launching（发动）a nationwide campaign（运动）to educate them about the dangers of smoking, to reduce their access to tobacco products, and to severely restrict（限制）tobacco companies from advertising to young people. If we do these, we?ll cut teen smoking by almost half over the next five years. That means if we act now, we have it in our power to stop 3 million children from smoking and to save a million lives as a result. 39．What has the author done in his power? A．To look after our children. B．To clean the street C．To clean our children D．To protect our children from harm. 40．Compared with other disasters, what kills more people every day? A．Smoking B．Car accidents C．Drugs D．Murders 41．How many children start to smoke every day illegally? A．1，000 B．3，000 C．90 D．18 42．For more than five years what have they done to stop their children from smoking? A．To educate them about the dangers of smoking B．To reduce their access to tobacco products C．To restrict tobacco companies from advertising to young people D．All of the above 43．How many children will be stopped from smoking if we act now? A．1 million B．1.5 million C．3 million D．3,000 C
Situated in the South West of England, between Exeter and Plymouth, Torquay is one of the most popular holiday resorts in Britain. It provides a variety of entertainment, sports of every kind and cultural facilities, all set in a position of outstanding natural beauty. Visitors can choose between luxury hotels by the sea, with private suites（套房） ，swimming pools and saunas, and comfortable but less expensive guest houses. There are camping sites, too, and hundreds of houses displaying“B & B”signs. As well as a number of small quiet bays, which are ideal for beach barbecues away from the crowds, Torquay has large sandy beaches where you can buy refreshments（饮料）and hire deck chairs, boats and even beach huts. There are large areas of grassland overlooking the sea, and miles of winding cliff paths for walkers who just want to enjoy the scenery and what is often said to be the healthiest air in the country. For the sportsmen and women there are opportunities not only for golf, tennis, squash and bowls, but also for water-skiing, hang-gliding and deep-sea fishing. After a day in the open air, there?s lots to do in the evenings, too. There are plenty of discos, the occasional opera or ballet, and summer variety shows in the seafront theatres. For the children, there is a beautiful model village with a complicated railway layout which is remarkably realistic-especially when the lights are all on at night. Of course, there?s no need to spend your whole holidays in Torquay. Only a short drive away is Dartmoor National Park, where you can walk for miles through dramatic, unspoiled countryside, or picnic by beautiful rivers and streams. Or, nearer to home, you can sail across Tor Bay to the lovely old fishing village of Brixham. Torquay seems to have something for everyone. But don?t take my word for it----come and see for yourself. 44. Which of the following best explains what “B & B” means on the signs? A．Beach and barbecue B．Breakfast and bath C．Bed and breakfast D．Beautiful and British 45．According to the text Torquay might be described as . A．comfortable and expensive B．remote and beautiful C．croweded and lively D．fresh and healthy 46．What is special about the model village? A．It opens at night. B．It has a real railway system. C．It?s in the open air. D．It has something for the children 47．What is the purpose of writing this text? A．To introduce the geography of Torquay to students. B．To make some places known to visitors. C．To show the beauty of resorts. D．To attract more tourists. D In the United States, friendships can be close, constant, intense, generous and real, yet fade away in a short time if situations change. Neither side feels hurt by this. Both may exchange Christmas greetings for a year or two, perhaps a few letters for a while— then no more. If the same two people meet again by chance, even years later, they pick up the friendship where it left off and are delighted. In the States, you can feel free to visit people?s homes, share their holidays, or enjoy their lives without fear that you are taking on a lasting obligation(义务). Do not hesitate to accept hospitality（好客） because you can?t give it in return. No one will expect you to do so for they know you are far from home. Americans will enjoy welcoming you and be pleased if you accept their hospitality easily. Once you arrive there, the welcome will be full and warm and real. Most visitors find themselves readily invited into many homes there. In some countries it is considered inhospitable to entertain at home, offering what is felt as only home—cooked food, not “ doing something for your guest”. It is felt that restaurant entertaining, shows more respect and welcome. Or for other different reasons, such as crowded space, language difficulties, or
family custom, outsiders are not invited into homes. In the United States, both methods are used, but it is often considered more friendly to invite a person to one?s home than to go to a public place, except in purely business relationships. So, if your host or hostess brings you home, do not feel that you are being shown inferior treatment. Don?t feel neglected if you do not find flowers awaiting you in your hotel room, either. Flowers are very expensive there; hotel delivery is uncertain; arrival times are delayed, changed, or canceled —— so flowers are not customarily sent as a welcoming touch. Please do not feel unwanted! Outward signs vary in different lands; the inward welcome is what matters, and this will be real. 48. In the United States, you will find friendships ______ if circumstances change. A. die suddenly B. pass away C. disappear gradually D. last forever 49. Americans _____ their foreign friends to make a return for their hospitality. A. ask B. don?t expect C. never allow D. wish 50. In some other countries, giving a dinner party at home is considered ______ than in a restaurant. A. less friendly B. less hospitable C. more natural D. more popular 51. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true? A. Flowers are signs of outward welcome. B. Flowers are expensive. C. Flowers are available at all time. D. Flowers are not necessarily sent to guests. E Clarissa looked out of the taxi window at the wet road. It was still raining. She was looking forward to getting home after a busy and tiring week in Italy. The taxi stopped outside the terminal and Clarissa got out. While she was finding some money in her purse, the driver took out her luggage. She picked up her suitcase and entered the terminal building. The British airways check—in desk was near the entrance. After checking in her luggage, she went to buy some magazines. Then she went through passport control and the security check. After waiting in line with other passengers, Clarissa walked down the corridor and onto the plane. Her seat was next to the window. While the plane was taking off, she closed her eyes, but when the plane was in the air, she began to relax. She pressed the button at the side of the seat, lay back and opened her eyes again. Pin! The sound of the bell woke Clarissa from her dreams. “Ladies and gentlemen, we are now approaching Heathrow. Will you fasten your seatbelts and extinguish all your cigarettes.” When the plane landed and came to a standstill, Clarissa saw that outside the sun was shining and the sky was clear. It was going to be a perfect day. 52. When in Italy Clarissa was ______. A. airsick B. sick C. seasick D. homesick 53. Choose the right order when Clarissa went back home. a. She waited in line for a while. b. She passed through the airport control. c. She took a taxi to catch her plane. d. She bought some magazines to read in the plane. e. She went through the check - in desk. f. she went through the security-check door. g. She went aboard the plane. A. c,e,d,b,f,a,g B. c,f,d,e,a,b,g C. d,e,f,b,g,e,a D. a,c,d,e,b,f,g 54. When the plane took off or before the plane was in the air, Clarissa was probably __ . A. glad Ｂ. anxious C. nervous D. relaxed 55. We know from the text ______.
A. before the plane took off, smoking was not allowed. B. just before landing, people were asked not to smoke. C. when the plane took off and landed, smoking was not allowed. D. smoking was not allowed all the way to Heathrow. 第二节 从文章后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项， ，选项中有两项为多余选项。 Taking good notes is a time-saving skill that will help you to become a better student in several ways. 56 Second, your notes are excellent materials to refer to when you are studying for a test. Third, note-taking offers variety to your study time and helps you to hold your interest. You will want to take notes during classroom discussions and while reading a textbook or doing research for a report. 57 whenever or however you take notes, keep in mind that note-taking is a selective process. 58 The following methods may work best for you. · Read the text quickly to find the main facts and ideas in it. · Carefully read the text and watch for words that can show main points and supporting facts. · Write your notes in your own words. · 59 · Note any questions or ideas you may have about what was said or written. As you take notes, you may want to use your own shorthand(速记). When you do, be sure that you understand your symbols and that you use them all the time. 60 A. Use words, not complete sentences. B. There are three practical note-taking methods. C. You must write your notes on separate paper. D. Otherwise, you may not be able to read your notes later. E. You will also want to develop your own method for taking notes. F. That means you must first decide what is important enough to include in your notes. G. First, the simple act of writing something down makes it easier for you to understand and remember it
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第三部分 写作（共三节，满分 55 分）
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第一节 单词拼写（共 10 小题;每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 根据下列句子及所给汉语注释，在答题卡对应位置上写出空缺处各单词的正确形式。 （每空只写一词） 61. The police ______ (逮捕) Rosa Parks, a black woman who refused to give her seat to a white man. 62. After work the boss went to play golf for _______________（放松）
63．It’s good to think twice before you jump, but if you
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opportunity. 64．We are always surprised at how he can be so ____（精力充沛） and dynamic at such an age． 65．They are ______ （庆祝） their victory with music and dancing． 66．The little child looks at the LED screen_____． （好奇） ? 67．Take a map with you as you are not familiar with the local _____（地理） ． 68．The accident made him physically_____（残疾） so that he couldn't live a normal life without help． 69．It’s so cold today. Actually, it’s much too cold for (二月).
70．It’s lucky that neither the driver nor the (乘客) were hurt. Ⅵ. 短文改错（每小题 1.5 分，共 15 分） It was fine in April 8, 1994. That day all the students in our class went to suburb of our city to plant trees. On arrive at the planting place at 8 o'clock the teacher asked every of us to plant 5 trees at least. Then we set out digging, planting and watering. All of us was going all out to finish our task, afraid of being fallen behind. Between us, our monitor set a good example for us. In spite of his illness, he accepted his task and finished it ahead of the time. Then he went on to help others without a few rest. After work, we were wet all over, but looked at the lines of the young trees, we smiled pleasantly. 第三节书面表达（满分 30 分） 假定你是李华，看到班上有部分同学在完成作业时，不自己独立完成而是抄袭他人的作业，针对这种现 象，请你以My opinion on copying others? homework为题谈谈你自己的看法。 主 要 原 因 个 人 看 法 作业量大，偏难 对功课不感兴趣，懒惰 完成任务，取悦老师 抄袭不对，违反校规 要诚实，勤奋学习 有困难可请教同学和老师 注意：1. 短文必须包括所有内容要点，可适当发挥；2. 短文标题与开头已为你写好，不计入总词数：3. 词数：100-----120。 My opinion on copying others? homework It is known to us all that some students copy others? homework.______________________
书面表达 One possible version: My opinion on copying others? homework It is known to us all that some students copy others? homework. As students, we have to do plenty of homework both at home and at school, but sometimes we have some homework which is too difficult for us. On the other hand, some students are lazy, and are not interested in their lessons. They don?t work hard. In order to finish the assignments and please their teachers, some students copy others? homework. In my opinion, it is wrong to copy others? homework because it breaks the school rules. Students should be honest and try to finish our homework by ourselves instead of by copying. Even though we have trouble doing our homework we can ask our classmates or teachers for help.