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1.On which floor are the speakers probably? A. The second B. The third C. The fourth 2.Where are the speakers talking now? A. At the information desk B. On the platform C.

Outside the train station 3.What is the man going to do? A. Clean the library B. Watch a football match C. Finish his job. 4.Who was in the hospital? A. Jackson?s wife B. Jackson?s baby C. Jackson?s daughter. 5.What does the man mean? A. The actress was popular B. The audience was impolite C. The actor played well. 第二节 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,并标在试卷相应的位置。 听第 6 段材料回答第 6 至 7 题。 6.Why does the woman look pale A. She didn?t sleep well. B. She did less exercise. C. She had a long flight. 7.How long will it take the woman to get well? A. One day. B. One week. C. Three days. 听第 7 段材料回答第 8 至 10 题。 8.Where do the speakers live now? A. In Florida. B. In New York. C. In London. 9.When can their children visit them? A. In sunny days. B. In spring. C. In winter. 10.What will they do if they move there? A. Enjoy snow B. Travel around C. Visit friends. 听第 8 段材料回答第 11 至 13 题。

听第 9 段材料回答第 14 至 16 题。 14.Where does Jason often dance? A. In the park. B. In the square. C. In the pub. 15. When can people see Jason?s show? A. In spring and summer B. In spring and autumn. C. In summer and autumn 16.How much can Jason earn in one day at most? A. Less than 100 pounds. B. Over 100 pounds. C. About 200 pounds. 听第 10 段材料回答第 17 至 20 题。 17.Where did they use to hunt each other? A. In the speaker ?s house. B. At school C. In the wood. 18.What did they do after playing hunt? A. They cooked meals. B. They built a wooden house. C. They played with fire 19.What was the second game about?

A. Swimming in the pond. B. Walking along the wall. 20. Who stopped them playing the second game? A. One of their friends. B. Their father. C. One teacher.

C. Running in the playground.

第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节, 满分35分) 第一节 单项填空(共15小题,每小题1分,满分15分) 21. — Lucy, my good friend died in an accident yesterday. — . A. That?s all right B. You are lucky C. Oh, well, that?s life D. Don?t worry 22. Children rarely show any for what their parents do for them. A. appreciation B. inspiration C. satisfaction D. ambition 23. I was that the meeting didn?t last long, because I had a train to catch. A. sad B. thankful C. hopeful D. obvious 24. his schoolbag with John?s, Jim was quite satisfied. A. Compared B. To compare C. Comparing D. Compare 25. The disabled young man struggled to his feet and for the gate without looking at anyone else. A. headed B. heading C. to head D. being heading 26. He seems to be because his parents have found a good job for him, is rather difficult. A. in high spirits; that B. in good spirits; which C. in low spirits; which D. in poor spirits; that 27. Have you adapted in a foreign country alone? A. to live B. living C. to living D. into living 28. The scientist went to draw some money in the bank in a rush, only that he failed to take the ID card. A. finding B. to find C. found D. having found 29. Compared with systems that focused mainly on test scores, the new one attaches more importance to students? all-round development. A. official B. unique C. previous D. practical 30. — What has the professor been devoted to recently? — material for his new book. A. Collected B. Collecting C. To collect D. Having collected 31. They racked their brains trying to a new idea to attract more guests. A. put up with B. keep up with C. come up with D. catch up with 32. This photo was taken in Beijing thirteen years ago. Can you my elder brother? A. look out B. work out C. pick out D. watch out 33. My teacher had no children of her own, so she a girl five years ago. A. absorbed B. received C. adopted D. adjusted 34. to the Chinese revolutionary cause, Dr. Bethune was widely respected by the Chinese people. A. Devoting B. Devoted C. Having devoted D. Devoted himself 35. —You should read the passage carefully. Otherwise, you can?t get the complete meaning. —I know. . A. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing B. All is well that ends well C. Bad news has wings D. A bad beginning makes a bad ending

第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) I locked my dorm room, and headed for the stairwell. Outside, I 36 for my bicycle, but couldn?t see it anywhere. Then I glanced up and saw it high in the tree branches, completely out of my 37 . This had to be the most 38 moment in my life. Unfortunately, this was only the latest in a series of incidents that led me to a huge 39 : I left the University of California at Davis only two weeks later. I?d decided to 40 Davis for only one reason — my friend, Karin, was going there. “It?s 41 enough for us to go home when we want, but just far enough away so that it feels like a true college 42 ,” Karin said. But she and I 43 living across campus from each other. I grew lonely and 44 , homesick beyond words. One afternoon, I found out that the boys had 45 each of us girls on a scale from 1 to 10. I 46 second from the bottom. My self-confidence was 47 at an all-time low. Meanwhile, my roommate began experimenting with 48 and partying. Because her college experience was opposite to mine, she couldn?t sympathize with my 49 . It seemed like nobody could. The story had a happy ending, however. I 50 three years later from a university (I was able to attend while living at home), a much happier woman. I was 51 , too, for I had learned an invaluable lesson about myself. I was not a typical college student. Our society places a high premium ( 重视 ) on going to 52 , and views the social opportunities to be just as important as the educational ones. But not everyone is made for college. I had a miserable 53 at Davis, but I learned something important — I wasn?t like everyone else. No textbook or teacher could have taught me a better 54 , and for that reason I don?t 55 my life in college. 36. A. turned up B. came back C. stayed on D. looked around 37. A. mind B. state C. reach D. flat 38. A. frightening B. embarrassing C. pleasing D. interesting 39. A. decision B. success C. laugh D. mistake 40. A. manage B. found C. attend D. visit 41. A. close B. modern C. familiar D. big 42. A. party B. experiment C. course D. experience 43. A. set about B. put off C. ended up D. gave up 44. A. surprised B. depressed C. relaxed D. encouraged 45. A. rated B. piled C. ordered D. compared 46. A. accepted B. scored C. sensed D. grew 47. A. generally B. gradually C. suddenly D. naturally 48. A. drinking B. running C. swimming D. sailing 49. A. illness B. carelessness C. curiosity D. unhappiness 50. A. returned B. graduated C. escaped D. recovered 51. A. wiser B. taller C. busier D. safer 52. A. factory B. station C. college D. church 53. A. journey B. program C. test D. time 54. A. subject B. lesson C. history D. language 55. A. value B. mind C. remember D. regret 第三部分、阅读理解(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分) 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。

Winter is a very special, magical time in Northern Norway, with the landscape (风景) and

light changing constantly and no two days are the same. To many the northern lights are an unforgettable sight, and in Narvik the skies are especially clear and great for observing this phenomenon. Winter also means skiing, and Narvik?s ski resort, Narvikfjellet, offers some of the best extreme and alpine skiing in Norway. With a famous and unforgettable view of the fjords and mountains, Narvik has for years been known worldwide for the unique ski terrain (地形) it offers. The peak tourist season lasts from February to April, although May and June can be fascinating too, often with fantastic dry snow and an unbelievable light lasting well into the evening. Ski hire It is possible for adults and children to rent skiing equipment such as snowboards. All equipment is prepared for use. If you would like to book your equipment, please email Narvikfjellet. Off-piste (滑雪场地外) skiing In order to explore Narvik?s off-piste opportunities you need to know the dangers when choosing routes. It is suggested that you bring necessary equipment such as a shovel and a GPS locator. Ask Narvikfjellet for an experienced guide and he or she will provide the equipment and advice needed for safe skiing. With a guide you can explore Narvik?s unique off-piste areas in a safe manner. Please email Narvikfjellet for more information. Price examples for the 2011/2012 season Time 1 day 3 days 5 days 7 days Children (8 - 15 years) NOK (挪威克朗) 230 NOK 590 NOK 815 NOK 970 NOK 325 NOK 835 NOK 1,170 NOK 1,375 Adults

Children 3-7 years can enjoy the service free of charge. 56. If you go to Narvik, you will be impressed with ______. A. the service B. the northern lights C. the clearest sky D. the skiing equipment 57. In Northern Norway, the peak season may last ______. A. one month B. two months C. three months D. four months 58. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. You can send an email to book skiing equipment. B. You are not allowed to bring your own skis. C. Narvik may provide you with the best skiing. D. Narvik is only open to adult visitors from abroad. 59. When you go off-piste skiing, the following is necessary EXCEPT ______. A. a shovel B. a medical box C. a GPS locator D. a guide

It?s what people who don?t know each other talk about on elevators. And not about the weather at all. Chatting about the weather with strangers is about emotional comfort (舒适,安慰). When someone says “Beautiful day today, isn?t it?” as you settle into that narrow elevator space, or at the bus stop, or waiting in line at the supermarket, the conversation is about feelings. The person is speaking to feel more comfortable with you and offering you a chance to feel more comfortable with him or her.

Being in close proximity with strangers creates interpersonal tension. We can?t help it. Tension automatically seeks resolution. What will you do? Do you notice the person now only a short distance away, or pretend not to notice? Avoidance is one strategy: never make eye contact and act as if nobody is there, even when your feelings tell you. In a supermarket checkout line you might leaf through a magazine. On elevators, we often avoid others by looking up at the floor numbers. The other strategy is to break the tension by noticing the other person. It starts with eye contact. Then we have a choice: smile, nod, make a remark or strike up a conversation. If we choose to talk, the most non-controversial (非争议的) subject to talk about is the weather. A remark about the weather evokes (唤起) agreement and feelings of sympathy. “What a nice day!” shares a tiny sliver of happiness. “I wonder if this rain will ever end.” shares the bad feelings with each other. Both ends of the mini-conversation feel a tiny bit more connected by experiencing this emotion of liking or disliking the weather at the same moment. 60. What would be the best title of the text? A. Chatting with strangers B. The importance of small talk C. An interesting topic D. Talking about weather with strangers 61. When we chat about the weather with a stranger, we actually intend to ______. A. draw his or her attention to us B. feel comfortable with each other C. remind him or her of the changeable weather D. know more about him or her 62. When we meet a stranger on elevators, we ______. A. can?t avoid eye contact with him or her B. should always pretend not to notice him or her C. can avoid him or her by looking up at the floor numbers D. should start talking first 63. We should first ______ when we meet a stranger in close proximity. A. make eye contact B. turn our eyes away C. give him or her a smile D. give a nod to him or her

Poems are essential to human beings. We can?t live without them. We need poems, and the fact that we consider them not worth our time, is something that leaves us impoverished (贫困). If we don?t read poems we are denying ourselves something important. Poems can help us get in touch with our- selves. In one of those fragments (片段) of poetry which many people know, John Donne wrote “ No man is an island”. He means we all live connected to one another. But, at the same time, we all actually are islands, each occupying a consciousness different from everyone else. How do we really know what someone else is thinking or feeling? And, to turn it around, we should keep most of what we think and feel deep inside us, away from the scrutiny (注视) of others. This is the province (领域) of poetry, for it reveals what is inside a fellow human being?s heart and mind. In some cases what they have to say will be important, maybe so important that it will alter your life or transform your sense of who you are and what you are capable of. But poems are not infallible (完美的): sometimes they can seem silly or just plain wrong. We don?t have to bow down in reverence (敬畏) to a poem: if we don?t like what the poet is saying or how he or she is saying it, there is no reason to hide our own feelings. If a poem doesn?t seem to speak to you or me — and we have made a serious attempt to listen — then we are surely justified in deciding you have better things to do than to read that poem again. 64. Which of the following describes the author?s opinion on poems? A. Poems are an important part of our life.

B. We can live without poems. C. It?s a waste of time to read poems. D. Poems are becoming less and less important in modern society. 65. By saying “No man is an island”, John Donne really means ______. A. humans tend to separate from each other B. poems can keep people close C. we should focus on our inner feelings D. we can?t be separated from each other 66. Which of the following is TRUE according to the third paragraph? A. Poems are just a way of leisure. B. Poems even have the power to change our lives. C. Poems can help us keep in touch with others. D. Poems can give us strong ability to do things. 67. What kind of attitude should we have towards poems? A. We should always read poems with respect. B. We should only read poems that speak to us. C. We should point out the silly mistakes in poems. D. We should put other important things above poems.

Once upon a time, a doting mother asked Albert Einstein what she should read to her son to help him grow up as brilliant and intelligent as the famous scientist. “Fairy-tales,” he said, wisely nodding his head. Why? Why would Albert Einstein — the Nobel Prizes winning physicist recommend reading fairy-tales? Was he joking? All the evidence suggests he was deadly serious. He also said, “When I examine myself and my methods of thought, I come to the conclusion that the gift of fantasy has meant more to me than any talent for abstract, positive thinking.” Childhood is one of the factors that blur (使变模糊) the distinctions between the self and other objects. Thus fantasy stories appeal to children and appear to make sense to them. There are several commonly accepted genres (流派) of fantasy, “Animal Fantasy” which centers around the lives of lovable talking animals and “Modern Fantasy” which focuses on adventures in other worlds and magical events. I am inclined to add a third genre “Human and Animal Fantasy”, which mixes human and animal characters. Another genre of fantasy may be “High Fantasy” which features heroes who combat evil and save the world from destruction. Fantasy feeds a child?s imagination and encourages creativity. The enjoyment that the genre engenders (产生) promotes reading and enhances literacy. Moreover, the fantasy genre may be used for teaching purposes. For example: A story about cruelty to animals would limit appeal to a child; however a fantasy celebration of closeness between the children and their pets may give an element of excitement as the children are able to save animals from someone with cruel intentions. Children love the Harry Potter series, and if they only see the movies they miss a great opportunity to develop their reading skills by spending time with the lovable young wizards and witches (巫婆)of the Hogwarts community. 68. Albert Einstein recommended reading fairy-tales because ______. A. he was just joking with the mother B. he contributed his gift of fantasy to reading fairy-tales C. he got some scientific ideas from fairy-tales D. the gift of fantasy equals to the talent for abstract, positive thinking 69. A student who likes reading about heroes will probably read ______. A. Animal Fantasy B. Modern Fantasy C. Human and Animal Fantasy D. High Fantasy

70. Children are advised to read the Harry Potter series because ______. A. they are better than the films B. they can help improve children?s reading ability C. the films are not true to the original stories D. children can?t learn much from the films

第四部分 (共两节,满分 35 分)
第一节:完成句子: (每空一词,共 10 小题,每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 71. Afterwards,I ______ (假装)to be cheerful, but Hannah sensed something was wrong. 72. It is our duty to try to _______ _______ _______ (削减) production and reduce the number of things we make and buy. 73 If mankind ______ _______ (戏弄)nature in this way, we may be on our way to producing a real-life Frankenstein?s monster. 74. He or she will act or speak like a well-known person in order to _____ ______ ________ (拿…开玩笑,取笑,嘲弄) that person. 75. Each time, he performs his stand-up routine in front of millions of people when the show is broadcast _______(现场直播) 76. Crystal is popular with all age groups and has the ability to _______(逗笑,使 … 娱乐) people all over the world. 77. ________(无论….什么)the reason, research shows that in the end, The English saying, ?Lighter is the best medicine? , may be true after all. 78. Well,________ ________(万一)some of our views don?t know her story, Can you tell us a little bit about Sang Lan and who she is? 79. San Lan was not ________ (意识到)of the change until it was too late. 80. She was able to overcome her sorrow by being proud of the things she had _________. (完成, 实现)
第二节、书面表达 (满分25分)

人类已进入了一个崭新的世纪,不同的人有不同的幸福观,你们学校的学生也进行了幸福观 的讨论,请你根据我们牛津英语教材模块六第二单元所学知识并根据提示,用英语写一篇 130 词左右的英语短文。 1. 不同的人有不同的幸福观 2. 有同学认为有钱有房有车就幸福,因为有钱就能……. 3. 有同学认为有健康才幸福,因为只有拥有健康才能…… 4. 你认为什么是幸福呢,再简述你的幸福观。

_______________ ………………………………

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第四部分:完成句子(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 71._________ 73. ________ 75. _________ 77. __________ 79. _________
第二节、书面表达 (满分 25 分)

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参考答案 一 听力答案。

Happiness Happiness means different things to different people. For example, some students believe that if they have much money or a large number of possessions such as a big house or a famous car , they will be happy. They believe that they will be able to do anything they want to if they have money. Some students think that they should be in good health, and enjoy whatever they like. Many students wish to have much wealth from their parents. In this way they don't have to work hard, and they can have everything. I don't agree with the above points. We can't buy many important things with money, such as health, happiness and knowledge. I value knowledge, which makes me happy, for I can do much for mankind with knowledge. Although different people value happiness differently, my "wealth" of happiness is in my study.


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