第Ⅰ卷 第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分） 1. Where are they talking? A．In their bedroom. B. In a library. C. In their classroom. 2. What are they doing now? A
. Drawing some pictures. B. Watching an exhibit. C. Choosing some paintings. 3.Why doesn’t the girl eat another cake? A. She doesn’t like it. B.She is already full. C.She wants to lose weight. 4.What time is it now? A.8:30. B.8:40. C.8:50. 5.What is Mary doing now? A. Playing in the park. B. Taking a shower. C. Doing her homework. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分） 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. What does the girl often do in the evening? A. Read books. B.Watch TV. C.Do her work. 7.What do they both dislike? A.Playing the piano B.Playing cards. C.Playing computer games 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8.What is Mrs White going to do? A. Visit Mr.Don. B.Have a trip. C.Help her friend. 9.What does Mrs White ask Mr.Don to do? A. Shut all the windows. B.Turn off the power. C. Look after her house. 10.What is the relationship between them? A. Neighbours. B.Colleagues. C. Friends. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11.Where do they live? A. In a town. B.In a city. C.In a village. 12.What is the reason for the mess in the man’s opinion? A. Plenty of cars. B.Too many tourists. C.Narrow streets. 13. How did the man travel with his friend? A. By car. B By bike. C.On foot . 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14.What does John’s mother wear in the photo? A. A red dress. B.A white dress. C.A white sweater. 15.When will John get to New York? A. On August 15th. B. On August 20th. C. On August 25th.
16.What will Miranda do before nine tomorrow evening? A.Look after her sister. B.Work at home. C.Have dinner with John. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. How long has Adrian worked in the flower shop? A.For a few years. B.For a few months. C.For a few days. 18.Why does Adrian like his job? A.He can earn a lot. B.He likes flowers. C.He can meet different people. 19.Who are the main customers of the shop? A.Women. B.Men. C.Students. 20.What could make Adrian relaxed? A.Using his mobile phone. B. Taking photos of himself. C.Watching babies’ photos. 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） 21．——Did Tony follow your advice to give up that foolish idea？ ——No,________ hard I tried to persuade him，he just turned a deaf ear to me. A．however B. whatever C. no matter D.even if 22. This morning I graded my students’homework，only________a quarter handed in blank workbooks, with their assignments _______at all. A.to find; to be done B.to find; undone C. finding; to be done D.found; being undone 23. She sighed﹝叹气﹞ again and the failure in English seemed to have completely _______ his confidence. A. injured B. destroyed C. shocked D.attacked 24. I agree with most of what you said, but I don’t________agree with you. A．further B. eventually C. almost D.altogether 25. The schools themselves admit﹝承认﹞ that not all children will be successful in the jobs ___________they are being trained. A. in that B. for that C. in which D.for which 26. If you are travelling __________ the customs are really foreign to you, please do as the Romans do. A. in which B. what C.when D.where 27.Could you please tell me where you bought the shoes you _________yesterday? A.tried on B. put on C.had on D.pulled on 28. No one had told Smith about _____________an interview the following day. A. there be B. there would be C.there was D. there being 29.The boy has really been very________about the whole thing, and you can ask him to tell you. A. confident B. generous C.disappoint D. intelligent 30.They arrived late in the evening, and they were anxious to find _______for the night. A. a shelter B. space C.shelter D. spaces 31 ． The voyages of travelers before the 17th century show that they were not____________the sea even though they didn’t have modern navigational aids.
A.at the expense of B. at the risk of C.in the way of D. at the mercy of 32. The older she grows, ___________________the traditional food in her own country. A. the more she becomes interested B. the more interested she becomes C. the more interested she becomes in D. the interested she becomes more in 33.— I think you should phone Jeanne and say sorry to her. ---_______________.It was her fault. A.No way. B. Not possible. C.No chance. D. Not at all. 34. A suspected man was observed _______ the bank and then he went out of it. A.enter. B. to enter. C.entered. D.entering 35.For the past few years, he ____________a flat with others and trying to save money to open his own business. A.has been sharing B.was sharing C. had been sharing D. is sharing 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分） 阅读下面的短文，掌握其大意，然后从 36-55 各题所给的四个选项中选出最佳选项. Each spring brings a new blossom of wildflowers in the ditches ﹝沟﹞ along the highway I travel daily to work.There is one particular blue flower that _36__ catches my eye. I’ve noticed that it blooms only at the _37_ hours. The afternoon sun is too warm for it. Every day for approximately two weeks, I see those beautiful flowers. This spring, I _38_ a wildflower garden in our yard. I can _39__the kitchen window while doing the dishes and see the flowers. I’ve often _40_ that those lovely blue flowers from the ditch would _41_ great in that bed alongside other wild flowers. Every day I _42___ past the flowers thinking, “I’ll stop on my way home and dig them.” “Gee, I don’t want to get my good clothes_43_.” Whatever the __44____, I never stopped to dig them. One day on my way home from work, I was _45_ to see that the highway department had filled up the ditches and the pretty blue flowers were _46_ . I said to myself, “You waited too long. You ___47__have done it when you first saw them blooming this spring.” A week ago we were __48__ and saddened to learn that my oldest sister-in-law has a terminal brain tumor(晚期脑肿瘤 ) . She is 20 years older than my husband and __49____, because of age and distance,we haven’t been as__50____as we all would have liked. I couldn’t help but see the ___51__between the pretty blue flowers and the___52____ between my husband’s sister and us. I do believe that we could have had some __53____left to plant some wonderful“memories”that will __54_____every year for us. And yes, if I see the blue flowers again, you can bet I’ll stop and _55_ them to my wildflower garden. 36. A. sometimes B.always C.seldom D.ever 37. A.morning B.afternoon C.night D.noon 38. A.watered B. bought C. planted D.started
39. A.go through B.get through C.see through D.look through 40. A. thought B. hoped C. found D. wondered 41. A. smell B. look C. prove D. become 42. A. walked B. ran C. drove D. rushed 43. A. blue B. colored C. dirty D. bad 44. A. reason B. result C. place D. feeling 45. A. frightened B. excited C. curious D. sad 46. A. gone B. surrounded C. protected D. left 47. A. must B. shall C. should D. would 48. A. terrified B. shocked C. disappointed D. threatened 49.A. necessarily B.generally C.unfortunately D.eventually 50. A. lucky B. healthy C. close D. young 51. A.difference B.position C. situation D. connection 52. A.gap B.similarity C. friendship D. relationship 53. A.time B.love C. space D. freedom 54. A.grow B.bloom C. return D. come 55. A.steal B.invite C.transplant D. pull 第三部分 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分,满分 40 分） A Hello, Listeners. Welcome to Henton Hospital Radio. Before our music programme at four, I’m going to repeat some of our hospital rules. The hospital can sleep 800 patients. There’re 8 beds in each ward (病房). The visiting hours are in the afternoon from 2:30 to 3:30 and in the evening from 7:00 to 8:00. But remember only two people can see you at the same time. Sorry about that, but you can see what would happen if we didn’t have these rules. The other rules are about our hours. We start quite early---you might not be used to that. We wake you at 6 o’clock, and breakfast is at 8 o’clock, lunch is at noon. There’s tea at 3:30 and supper is at 6 o’clock. You can see the non-smoking sign –-- we don’t allow smoking in the wards. I’m sure you understand why. However, if you do need to smoke, there are some smoking rooms where It is allowed. You will find the radio switch (开关 ) on the wall near your bed, with your own headphones, if you want to listen. It’s our own hospital radio wishing you a quick recovery (康复). 56. Who do you think the listeners might be? A. Patients. B. Visitors. C. Doctors D. Nurses 57. How many wards are there in this hospital? A. 8 B. 80 C. 100 D. 800 58. Which is Not allowed in the hospital? A. Listening to the hospital radio. B. Visiting patients in the morning. C. Smoking in smoking-rooms. D. Getting up early in the morning. 59. What programme will follow this radio talk? A. Hospital rules. B. A weather report. C. A free talk. D. A music programme.
B We eat for many different reasons but not always for the right reason. Most people choose food purely based on taste,and that’s fine because food is meant to be enjoyed. However, if we make food decisions based on taste alone, without any regard to nutrition, then it is certain that we are going to gain weight. To change your eating habits, you can start with considering the nutritional value as well as the amount of calorie and fat. Healthy eating habits can be formed by eating foods that are low in fat. Learn to read labels so you can make right choices about what you eat. Every packaged food product has a label that will tell you its nutritional value, calorie, fat, etc. As you gain experiencein reading labels, you won’t be fooled by clever and deceptive marketing techniques used to get more money. Foods that have the words “light” and “fat-free” on the package may still have a high amount of fat and calorie. “Fat-free”does not mean you can eat whatever you want just because it has no or little fat. Many fat-free foods are loaded with sugar and are high in calories. Eating habits remain almost the same as we grow from childhood to adulthood. If one was raised mainly on sugar and high fat foods, chances are good that he or she still eats the same today. Unfortunately, our metabolism﹝新陈代谢﹞ tends to slow down as we age and many adults get the middle aged spread ﹝中年腰部发胖﹞by their mid thirties. Fat keeps building up in our body as we get older unless the spell is broken by healthy eating habits or exercise. 60.Food should be chosen bsed on the following EXCEPT . A.its nutritional value B.its amount of calorie C. its amount of fat D.its color 61. It can be inferred from the passage that food advertisements are . .. A trustworthy B.great C.misleading D.true 62.The underlined word “spell” in the last paragraph refers to . A.the building up of fat in one’s boby B.the middle aged spread of many adults C.the slowing down of one’s metabolism D.the break of healthy eating habits 63.In which part of a website can we find this passage? A.Entertainment. B.Life C.History D.Culture C Shakespeare’s Birthplace and Exhibition of Shakespeare’s World Welcome to the worldfamous house where William Shakespeare was born in 1564 and where he grew up. The property(房产) remained in the ownership of Shakespeare’s family until 1806. The House has welcomed visitors traveling from all over the world, for over 250 years. OPENING TIMES: 20 Mar to 19 Oct
Mon to Sat: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sun: 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 20 Oct to 19 Mar Mon to Sat: 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sun: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ◆ Enter through the Visitors’ Centre and see the highly-praised exhibition Shakespeare’s World, a lively and full introduction to the life and work of Shakespeare. ◆ Stand in the rooms where Shakespeare grew up ◆Discover examples of furniture and needlework from Shakespeare’s period ◆Enjoy the traditional English garden, planted with trees and flower mentioned in the poet’s works ADMISSION: Adult￡4.90 Child￡2.20 Family￡12.00 (2 adults and up to 3 children) ◆The birthplace is within easy walking distance of all the car parks shown on the map; nearest is Windsor Street(3 minutes’ Walk) ◆The House present difficulties but the Visitors’ Centre, its exhibition, and the garden are accessible(可进入的) to wheelchair users. ◆The Shakespeare Coffee House ( opposite the Birthplace) 64. How much is the admission for a family of two grown-ups and two children? A. ￡9.90 B. ￡12.00 C. ￡14.20 D. ￡16.40 65. Where is the nearest parking place to Shakespeare’ s Birthplace? A. At Windsor Street B. Opposite the Visitors’ Centre C. Behind the exhibition hall D. Near the Coffee House 66. A wheelchair user may need help to enter_____. A.the exhibition hall B. the garden C. the Visitors’Centre D. the House D Forgiving someone who has hurt you or let you down is never an easy thing. Several new studies, however, say that it could have a lot of health benefits. When you think of forgiveness, you probably don’t think of it as being a health or medical problem. Studies from Stanford University, on the other hand, show that something like anger can change your well-being. When cartoon book characters like the Incredible Hulk get angry, they change colours and often gain special power. In the real world, anger is less obvious and may be more dangerous. That’s why Professor Fred Luskin, founder of the Stanford Forgiveness Project and author of Forgive for Good, says holding on to anger and hatred(憎恨) can harm your physical and mental health. Two new studies seem to show the same idea. The studies find that people who are able to forgive feel less stress, less back pain, and less depression. They also have fewer headaches, lower blood pressure, and fewer problems on sleeping. So it doesn’t matter if your anger is caused by the traffic or other things. Learning to let it go is important. Techniques such as deep breath or thought can help. Or just ask yourself if it’s worth hurting yourself by staying angry with someone else. Forgiveness does not mean that you
simply accept what happened and say it’s OK. Instead, it’s a way of making peace with yourself about what happened in the past. 67. The author of the passage tries to make his viewpoint clear ______. A.by raising his own examples B. based on his own experience C.by mentioning some studies D.by mentioning some typical patients 68. The example of the cartoon book characters is taken in the passage to______. A. support the viewpoint that anger and hatred harm physical and mental health B. introduce a famous expert C. let the reader know the different colours of cartoon faces D. show how to control one’s temper 69. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in this passage? A. People who are able to forgive feel less stress. B. People who are able to forgive feel less depression. C. People who are able to forgive have fewer problems on sleeping. D. People who are able to forgive feel less tired. 70. The best title for this passage is probably _______. A. Forgiveness B. Forgiveness Is Good for Health C. A Secret to Keeping Health D. Anger Is Bad for Health E Planted for their fragrance and beauty,roses historically have been the center of much praise and are one of the most universal symbols of love and life. As the phrase goes,sometimes you do have to“stop and smell the roses”. Although you may think that this is just a fancy way of saying taking some time to enjoy life,perhaps we have waved aside roses for too long. Seriously, you should pay more attention to roses. They could greatly improve your life if you are one of the millions of people in the US who suffer from arthritis﹝关节炎﹞. Results from two different arthritis studies have proved that an active ingredient ﹝成分﹞in rose hips﹝玫瑰果﹞has been shown to protect and possibly rebuild joint tissue broken down by arthritis. The latest results ,presented at the World Conference in Rome,shoeed that protein GOPO(R)found in rose hips can protect cartilage(软骨). GOPO(R)has also been shown to improve mood,increase energy and sleep quality of those affected by arthritis. Marked by stiffness ,swelling, loss of flexibility and pain,arthritis can significantly stop one from a normal life. “We have little doubt that certain rose hip preperations( 配制剂 ), GOPO(R) in particular,have had an important role to play in reducing the pain and disabilitycaused by arthritis,”said Winther. With the aid of the new research, those affected by joint pain caused by arthritis could choose another treatment instead of pain killers. Sorry, Shakespeare, who once wrote, “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet.” But in that case , no other rose could smell as sweet. 71. The author asked us to pay more attention to roses because____. A. roses represent love and life B. roses are very sweet C. we are so busy that we ignore roses
D.roses have some unknown uses. 72. Protein GOPO(R)found in rose hips can do all the following EXCEPT_________. A. protecting cartilage B.improving mood C. improving the sleep quality of healthy people D. improving the energy of those affected by arthritis 73.The last paragraph is used to ___________. A. doubt Shakespeare B.laugh at Shakespeare C.stress the importance of roses D. further explain the smell of roses 74. The phrase“stop and smell the roses”usually means that we should _______________. A. take good care of roses B. take some time to enjoy life C. take every chance to smell roses D. choose the best roses for our loved ones 75.Which of the following would be the best title for the text? A. In pain? Stop and smell the roses B. Plant more roses in your garden C. Roses,a symbol of love and life D. The habit of smelling roses 第Ⅱ卷(共 35 分) 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 任务型读写（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分,满分 10 分） 阅读下面短文,根据所读内容在表格中的空白处填入恰当的单词. 注意:每个空格只填一个单词. Traveling to all corners of the world gets easier and easier. We live in a global village ,but this doesn’t mean that we all behave in the same way. How should we behave when you meet someone for the first time? An American shakes your hand firmly while looking you straight in the eye. In many part of Asia, there is no physical contact (接触)at all. In Japan, you should bow, and the more respect you want to show, The deeper you should bow. In Thailand, people greet each other by pressing both hands together at the chest, In both countries, eye contact is avoided as a sign of respect. Many country have rules about what you should and shouldn’t wear. In Muslim countries, you shouldn’t reveal (显露)the body, especially women, who Should wear long blouses and skirts .In Korea ,you should take off your shoes when entering a house Remember to place then neatly together where you came in. In Spain, lunch is often the biggest meal of the day, and can last two or three hours. For this reason many people eat a light breakfast and a late dinner. In Mexico, Lunch is the time to relax ,and many people prefer not to discuss business as they eat ,In Britain ,it’s not unusual to have a business meeting over breakfast. In most countries, an exchange of business cards is necessary for all introductions. You should include your company name and your position. If you are going to a country where your language is not widely spoken, you can get the back side of your card printed in the local language. In China ,you may present your card with the writing facing the person you are giving it to.
Title :good(76)__________ Aspect (77) Country America Japan Thailand (79)________Countries Korea Custom Shaking hands firmly (78)_____to show respect Wearing long blouses and skirts Taking off your shoes at the (80)___________ Having a light breakfast and a late dinner Relaxing while having (81)__________ Holding a business meeting over breakfast Exchanging business cards when(83)_______yourself Presenting a card to a person (84)________it’s front facing him
Spain Mexico (82)___________
Most countries China
Conclusion : When traveling(85)________,we should follow local customs. 第二节 写作（满分 25 分） 某英文报社举办以 “I Like Reading”为主题的征文活动， 你打算投稿。 请根据以下要 点些一篇短文： 1．你为什么喜欢读书； 2．你喜欢哪一类的书（例如：历史、科学、文学等）？请给出至少两个理由。 注意：词数 120 左右；