第一卷（三部分，共 115 分） 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分）
第一节：单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 1. We should A. develop the children’s interest in studying as early as possible. B. c
reate C. improve D. earn
2. --Have the papers been graded? --Yes, but I regret A. to say 3. The man used to 4. There is no an hour earlier. A. reason A. preparing 6. The man A. to whom A. whose 8. A. It I have said. A. which...that C. which...which A. repairing A. than usual 12. When left A. /...a B. that...which D. that...that . D. be repaired D. as usually reporter in a newspaper office. D. the...the . C. as usual C. a...the B. being repaired C. to repair B. than usually B. /...the B. cause B. preparing for B. with whom B. which B. This C. way C. doing C. who C. of which C. That D. need the test papers. D. finding D.whom roof is under repair. D. that D.What 5. As the final examination was coming, the teachers were busy she went shopping yesterday is her husband. that you failed it. C. in saying D. I say a walk after supper. D. playing; taking cards, but now he is used to B. saying
A. playing; take B. play; taking C. play; take
for being late for the conference. You should have come here
7. Look out! Don’t get too close to the house
is important for us to gain access to the Internet. we should pay attention to is the first thing
9. The most interesting thing
10. May I borrow your bike? Mine requires 11. This morning she got up earlier
college, he got a job as
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13. The girl A. who in the school. A. which A. where
book was left on the playground looks worried. B. whose C. whom D.that interested them greatly D. that D.when
14. They talked happily about the men and the books B. who B. which C. whom C. what
15.I still remember the factory
we visited last year.
第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） One day a mother rat and her babies were out in an open field. They were playing and having a good time when 16 a hungry cat came up to them! It hid 21 happened, the cat 22 17 a big tree 20 and then 18 forward through the tall grass 19 it could almost hear them talk. the mother rat and her babies knew hurried towards
from his hiding-place
and started to run 23 them. The mother rat and her babies all 24 at once. They 25 home, which was under a pile of large stones. 26 the baby rats . Closer and closer the cat came. were 27 scared that they could not run very 28 30
In no time the cat would be upon 29 . What was to do? The mother rat stopped running, round and faced the cat, 31 “Bow! Wow! Bowwow!” just like 32 angry dog. The second language.” D. certainly D. behind D. saw D. while D. Or D. when D. starting D. against D. fell down D. their D. Though D. very D. quickly D. them D. ran D. shouted D. that D. worried cat was so surprised and 33 that it ran away. The mother rat turned to her babies, “Now you see 34 important it is to learn 35 16. A. almost 17. A. on 19. A. before 20. A. Before 21. A. where 22. A. jumped 23. A. over 24. A. ran away 25. A. to 26. A. Because 27. A. as 28. A. freely 29. A. ahead 30. A. turned 31. A. saying 32. A. a 33. A. pleased B. suddenly B. between B. when B. What B. what B. started B. through B. sat down B. for B. But B. much B. hardly B. down B. walked B. said B. an B. excited C. nearly C. by C. looked C. until C. Unless C. while C. jumping C. after C. cried C. its C. So C. so C. soon C. that C. jumped C. shouting C. their C. frightened
18. A. crawled(爬行) B. jumped
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34. A. so 35. A. our
B. why B. their
C. what C. a A
D. how D. the
第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） Although every cigarette pack has a printed warning, those who still smoke are smoking more heavily. Many people have given up smoking in fear of lung cancer. The American Cancer Society reports that the number of deaths from lung cancer has greatly increased. Last year 111,000 Americans died of lung cancer while it is reported that 117,000 will die this year. Lung cancer has killed 35 percent of men and 17 percent of women. Lung cancer can’t be treated well. 36. Many people have given up smoking A. in fear of spending too much money B. in fear of their health C. in fear of lung cancer D. in fear of heart trouble 37. The American Cancer Society reports that . A. the number of deaths from lung cancer has greatly increased B. the number of deaths from blood cancer has greatly increased C. the number of deaths from stomach cancer has greatly increased D. the number of deaths from bone cancer has greatly increased 38. The number of deaths from lung cancer this year will be A. reduced from the number last year B. the same as the number last year C. 6,000 more than last year D. 111,000 39. The number of women’s lung cancer death is A. the same as that of men’s lung cancer deaths B. rising every year C. more than that of men’s lung cancer D. less than that of men’s lung cancer B Will it matter if you don’t take your breakfast? Recently a test was given in the United States. Those tested included people of different ages, from 12 to 83. During the experiment, these people were given all kinds of breakfasts and sometimes they got no breakfast at all. Special tests were set up to see how well their bodies worked when they had eaten a certain kind of breakfast. The results show that if a person eats a proper breakfast, he or she will work with better effect (效果) than if he or
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she has no breakfast. This fact appears to be especially true if a person works with his brains. If a student eats fruit, eggs, bread and milk before going to school, he will learn more quickly and listen with more attention in class. Contrary to (与?? 相反) what many people believe, if you don’t eat breakfast, you will not lose weight. This is because people become so hungry at noon that they eat too much for lunch, and end up gaining weight instead of losing. You will probably lose more weight if you
reduce (减少) your other meals.
40. During the test, those who were tested were given A. no breakfast at C. little food for breakfast 41. The results of the test show that . B. very rich breakfast D. different foods or none .
A. breakfast has great effect on work and studies B. breakfast has little to do with a person’s work C. a person will work better if he has simple breakfast D. those working with brains should have much for breakfast 42. The passage mentions that many people believe that if you don’t eat breakfast, you will . B. not lose weight D. gain a lot of weight A. lost weight C. be healthier
43. Which of the following is not true to the passage? A. Poor breakfasts affect (影响) those who work with brains. B. Morning diet may cause one to get fatter. C. Reducing lunch and supper is of less value in weight-losing. D. Eating less in lunch and supper may help to lose weight. C A man stayed in his house as a flood engulfed (包围) his town. Two men in a rowboat came to his house and offered to take him to safety. “No, thank you,” said the man, “God will help me.” As the waters rose, the man retreated (撤退) to the second story of his house. Now, two men in a motorboat came by and offered to rescue him. Again, the man declined (拒绝), saying, “No, thank you. God will help me.” As the waters rose still higher, the man retreated again to the rooftop of his house. A helicopter came by, and someone inside it threw down a rope, urging (催促) the man to grab (抓住) it and be pulled up into the helicopter. Once more, the man declined and said, “No, thank you. God will help me.” Just then a mighty (强大的) voice called out to the man, “You idiot! I sent you a rowboat, a motorboat and now a helicopter. What more do you want me to do?”
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44. Which of the following do you think is the best title for his passage A. A Man in Floods C. A Town in Floods D. Different Ways to Help People out of Water 45. Why didn’t the man enter the rowboat at first? A. Because he didn’t know the men in the boat. B. Because he thought he could retreat to a higher place. C. Because he was sure God would help him. D. Because he was sure he could take himself to safety. 46. At the end of the passage, who called out to the man? A. The men in the rowboat C. Someone in the helicopter 47. What do you think of the man? He was A. very faithful B. very stupid D B. The men in the motorboat D. God himself . C. helpless D. useless B. God Will Help Me
Tom was a clever boy, but his parents were poor, so he had to work in his spare time and during his holidays to pay for his education. In spite of this, he managed to get to university, but it was so expensive to study there that during the holiday, he found it necessary to get two jobs at the same time so as to make enough money to pay for his studies. One summer he managed to get a job in a butcher’s shop (肉铺) during the daytime, and another in a hospital at night. In the shop he learned to cut meat up quite nicely, so the butcher often left him to do all the serving while he went into a room behind the shop to do the accounts (算帐). In the hospital, on the other hand, he was, of course, allowed to do only the simplest jobs, like helping to lift people and to carry them from one part of the hospital to another. Both at the butcher’s and at the hospital, Tom had to wear white clothes. One evening at the hospital, Tom had to carry a woman from her bed to the place where she was to have an operation. The woman was already feeling frightened at the thought of the operation before he came to get her, but when she saw Tom, that finished her. “No! No!” she cried. “Not my butcher! I won’t be operated on by my butcher!” and she fainted (晕倒). 48. Tom made enough money by A. studying in the university C. doing two jobs . B. working in a butcher’s shop D. cutting meat well .
49. The woman patient recognized Tom because
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A. he was wearing white clothes B. he had sold meat to her C. he was now working in the hospital D. he was going to operate on her 50. Tom was a student, but at the same time he was A. a butcher and a doctor C. an assistant (助手) A. plunged her into deep sorrow B. made her decide not to have an operation C. broke her heart D. took all her strength and courage away E Starting school late should be the guiding principle for high schools around the Puget Sound District. Next year, Seattle’s Nathan Hale High School will join the growing list of schools starting a little later to allow students an hour’s extra sleep. As a national research has shown, a later start time benefits students both in learning and physical development. For school leaders, it isn’t easy to make the change. Bus schedules have to be rearranged, sometimes presenting the districts with a choice of keeping traditional starting times as high schools or forcing elementary students to start much later. Some sports practice and event schedules can also be affected. Around Puget Sound District, the Bainbridge Island School and Inglemoor High School and Mercer Island High School have either moved starting time later or created flexible schedules for students. Two of the Seattle district’s high schools, Summit and The Center School, already start at 9a.m. There are excellent reasons for such moves, Scientists have found that teenagers’ bodies usually aren’t ready for sleep until around 11p.m. And the teens can sleep deeply until 8a.m. A study in Minnesota found that students earned slightly better grades and experienced less depression. There was also a significant improvement in school dropout rates. Other studies have suggested that teenagers with enough sleep relate better to their peers and their parents. These advantages are increasingly well known. Nathan Hale officials have been tracking the studies for six years. But change isn’t happening rapidly at all. Some of the lack of rush to make changes comes from comfort with the existing condition. Parents—like the school leaders—are used to the present schedules. In Edina, Minnesota, however, parents quickly came to like the 8:30a.m. start. A survey
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B. a manager and a doctor D. a manager .
51. When she saw Tom, that finished her. The sight of Tom
showed that 92 percent of parents preferred the schools’ new time to the previous 7:20a.m. class bell. Any school action that can deal with such difficult problems as depression and dropouts, while helping students with grades and getting along with parents, is one that is worthy of serious attention in every school district. Teenagers have adapted their sleep needs to school schedules for generations. It’s time that more schools put the students’ needs first. 52. Which of the following statements in NOT true about starting school late? A. It is in agreement with teens’ biological clock. B. It makes more learners interested in school. C. It helps students to get on well with each other. D. It makes students much lower in spirits at school. 53. What is the writer’s attitude toward the change in school time? A. He is in favor of it. C. He is unconcerned with it. 54. We can infer from the passage that B. He seems to object to it. D. He is doubtful about it. .
A. starting school early can improve students’ health B. some schools haven’t put starting school late into practice C. sleeping late can provide the students more time to read books D. more parents are supporting the traditional starting school time 55. Which of the following could be the best title of the passage? A. Better Late Than Early C. The Earlier, the Better 第四部分：书面表达（25 分） 第一节：对话填空（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） W: Hi, David. Haven’t seen you for ages. Where have you been these years? M: Oh, after g M: Yeah, upon f 56 57 from university, I went to China. my studies, I began to travel 58 an interest in W: Great. It’s a great country. across China. Meanwhile I d b 59 my friends. B. On Keeping Late Hours D. Better Late Than Never
teaching Chinese students and many of them have W: When did you come back? M: Two months ago. W: Have you brought something from China? M: Of course. And I d 60 most of them to our school
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library and now they are being d assembly hall. W: By the w 62 63 64
, next month we will have our school in China? such a good chance to 65 . See you.
open day, would you please come and tell us something about your e M: OK. I won’t m introduce China. W: Thanks. Looking forward to your i 第二节：书面表达（满分 15 分） 五月四日， 高一年级一班和二班之间将进行一次有关环保问题的演讲比赛 talk show on （a environment protection） 。此前，二班邀请清华大学的 Dr Li 做相关内容的报告。 假定你是二班的班长，请你草拟一个有关报告会的口头通知。 注意：1.内容应包括提示及表格内的全部要点； 2.词数在 100 左右； 3.开头已为你写好。 报告内容 地 时 目 点 间 的 近些年北京的环境问题及已取得的进步 教学楼三楼会议厅（assembly hall） 四月三十日，星期三下午 2：00 帮助大家收集信息，为演讲做好准备 全班同学 会后议论
May I have your attention, please? As you know, our class will have a talk show on environment protection with Class One on May 4th. Before it takes place, we That's all. Thank you.
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Ⅵ、书面表达（满分 15 分）
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Answers for reference: 选择填空： 1-5 AABAA 完形填空：16-20 BDACA 阅读理解：36-40 CACDD 对话填空: 56. graduating 61. displayed 书面表达: (A possible version) May I have your attention, please? As you know, our class will have a talk show on environment protection with Class One on May 4th. Before it takes place, we will invite Dr Li from Qinghua University to give us a talk on the environment problem and he will also tell us about the improvement in environment protection in recent years in Beijing. The report will begin at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, April 30th in the assembly hall on the third floor in the classroom building. I’m sure we can get enough information from his talk to make good preparations for the coming talk show. Everyone should be there on time, then listen to the report and make full notes at the same time. By the way, we will have a discussion after the report. That’s all. Thank you. 57. finishing 62. way 58. developed 59. become 60. donated 63. experiences 64. miss 65. introduction 6-10 BAADA 21-25 BACAD 41-45 AACBC 11-15 AABDB 26-30 BCDDA 46-50 DBCBC 31-35 CBCDC 51-55 DDABA
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