命题人：徐小凡 本试卷分为第一卷（选择题）和第二卷（非选择题）两部分。共 120 分，考试时 间 120 分钟。 第一卷（选择题, 共三部分，共 85 分） 第一部分 听力（共 20 小题，每题 1 分，满分 20 分） 第一节(共 5 小题) 1. What might prevent the woman buyin
g the table? A. Its quality. B. Its price. C. Its design. 2. Who planted the trees? A. The woman. B. Henry. C. Someone else. 3. What happened to the woman? A. She got fired today. B. She got promoted last week. C. She was fooled by the man. 4. What did the man do? A. He gave the woman the wrong information. B. He put the sugar in the black container. C. He added salt to his coffee. 5. How long is a day on Mars? A. Less than 24 hours. B. 24 hours and 37 minutes. C. 37 hours. 第二节 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 8 题。 6. What do we know about the woman’s document? A. It’s about 30000 words long. B. It’s written in English. C. It’s a textbook. 7. Which language is the most difficult according to the man? A. Arabic. B. Spanish. C. English. 8. What does the woman decide to do? A. Translate the document herself. B. Hire the man to do the translation. C. Look for another translator. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9、10 题。 9. Why does the woman call the man? A. To place an ad in the newspaper. B. To ask about something for sale. C. To find out about a TV program. 10. When will the speakers meet this afternoon? A. At 2:00. B. At 3:00. C. At 4:00. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Why was the man disappointed? A. China lost the match. B. China did not play well. C. The other team made too many mistakes. 12. What did the woman enjoy most about the match? A. The passion of the sport. B. The skill of the players. C. The close score of the game. 13. What did the man say about China’s women’s team in the next Olympics? A. China will surely win a gold medal. B. China will definitely lose to good teams. C. China should hope for a bronze medal. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. Where does the conversation take place? A. In the woman’s. B. In the hospital. C. In an office. 15. What was the purpose of the meeting? A. To find out why the woman’s recent work was poor. B. To ask about the woman’s family.
C. To fire the woman. 16. What happened to the woman’s mother? A. She was seriously sick. B. She had a car accident. C. She died of stomach cancer. 17. What was Mr. Travers’ attitude to the woman in the end? A. He was angry. B. He was critical. C. He was kind. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. Where was Brandon last seen? A. In the frozen foods section. B. In the sporting goods section. C. In the toys section. 19. What is Brandon wearing? A. A white shirt and a red baseball cap. B. Blue jeans and a black baseball cap. C. A dark shirt and blue jeans. 20. What should guests do if they see the boy? A. Call the security department. B. Take him to the Pizza Hut. C. Help him to reach the security desk. 第二部分 英语知识综合运用（共 35 分） 第一节 单项选择（15 小题，满分 15 分） 21. Can you make a clear________ between the two terms? A. campaign B. distinction C. comprehension D. occupation 22. Professor Zhang who was made ______ director of the department last week once told me that English had come into ______ widespread use by the latter half of the 14the century. A. the; a B. a; the C. /; the D. /; / 23. Most local citizens hold the belief that more importance should be ______ to protecting students from the polluted environment. A. accessed B. analyzed C. attached D. advertised 24. Student loan is supposed to provide financial support for people who would ______ not be able to go to college. A. otherwise B. meanwhile C. therefore D. anyway 25. Honesty is generally considered the best policy ________ you are stopped by the police at the accident spot. A. in case B. even though C. so that D. only if 26. It is clear_______ makes the old man very sad is that an amusement park will be built in ________ is a quiet village now. A. that; where B. what; that C. that; which D. what; what 27. _______ parents’ complaints, some cities have significantly cut school hours to give children more time for leisure and play. A. In exchange for B. In response to C. In harmony with D. In memory of 28. Aside form the color, the design is also expected to _______ all ages and social groups. A. figure out B. appeal to C. take over D. reach out 29.--- Doctor Li is one of the best surgeons in Shanghai. --- Definitely. And they say that he ________ Western Medicine in New York for five years. A. studied B. has been studying C. was studying D. had studied 30. ---Large quantities of time ______ been spent on the discussion. ---Yes, and most students are now for the requirement that all the students not take their cell phones into the classroom. A. is; will B. has; can C. are; must D. have; should 31. There’s no high point in the logo’s design, but most of us are in favor of it _______. A. on the whole B. in conclusion C. on the contrary D. without hesitation 32. Eat _______ cake you like and leave the others for _______ comes in late. A. whichever; whoever B. whatever; anyone C. any; who D. no matter what; no matter who 33. ______ is known to us all is that the old worker, for ______ life was hard in the past, still works hard in his seventies. A. As; whom B. What; whom C. It; whose D. Whose; whose
34. --- She should have been warned of the danger of her journey last month. --- ______, but she wouldn’t listen to me then . A. So had she B. So she had C. So she was D. So was she 35. ---Do you think we will have a surprise math quiz next week? --- _________. The math teacher seems to enjoy it. A. No comment B. Come on C. No doubt. D. Never mind 第二节：完形填空 (共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分) Education from My Father My memories of my father are slim because he was so sick in the last years of his life. But there are 36 that I am often reminded of and which may have had some bearing on my love of 37 . When I was small I was somewhat 38 of lightning and thunder. My father explained it. The explanation was in 39 that a child could understand but was basically correct. I gained a better 40 later, but I didn’t have to unlearn anything. What he said was that there was electricity in the cloud 41 it traveled to the ground like a spark. When it traveled 42 the air it made the air so hot that it 43 . Then there was nothing where the air had been and the air all around rushed in to 44 the space. He clapped his hands together very loud, 45 to be the air rushing in, and said that makes the thunder. When I hear thunder, I can still hear that 46 . He explained why if it was cloudy in the winter the night was warmer than if it was 47 . It was one of those nights when the sky was full of stars: no moon, no town lights. But there were more stars than you could 48 and they had color too. He said that if there were no clouds, we had no blankets and were 49 to the universe. Our warmth was going to 50 the whole universe. When there were clouds, they were like blankets and we were not exposed to the universe. I 51 feel on the edge of space on a very clear night. I am sure there were many other lessons that I 52 but no longer remember. What I did 53 , in general, was that there were explanations and that the more I understood them, the more comfortable the world was to live in. I was not taught that there were 54 but that there was understanding if you looked for it. This may be why I have always been 55 in science. 36. A. others B. few C. some D. all 37. A. science B. nature C. weather D. universe 38. A. sure B. fond C. tired D. afraid 39. A. depth B. words C. gestures D. data 40. A. understanding B. knowledge C. command D. confidence 41. A. but B. and C. for D. or 42. A. above B. to C. along D. through 43. A. shone B. burned C. expanded D. broke 44. A. fill B. make C. avoid D. break 45. A. trying B. proving C. hoping D. pretending 46. A. clap B. remark C. voice D. crash 47. A. cold B. bright C. clear D. foggy 48. A. explore B. foresee C. imagine D. identify 49. A. committed B. exposed C. related D. led 50. A. heat B. protect C. extend D. light 51. A. ever B. also C. even D. still 52. A. selected B. arranged C. absorbed D. delivered 53. A. consider B. promise C. explain D. learn 54. A. memories B. blankets C. mysteries D. thunders 55. A. engaged B. interested C. successful D. skillful 第三部分：阅读理解 (共 10 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分) A
Harbour Cruises LTD. Dining, Sightseeing and Special Events Get on board to experience Vancouver from a different perspective (视角). Join Harbour Cruises Ltd. For Vancouver's only guided tour of the inner harbour, the always popular dinner cruise(乘船 巡游), or a luncheon cruise through a quiet coastal mountain bay(海湾). Special event cruises are available throughout the year including during the yearly fireworks competition and December's Christmas Carol Ships. Harbour Cruises Ltd. is located next to world-famous Stanley Park. Dates of Operation: April - October and December Seasonal Hours: 8 : 00 am - 7 : 00 pm, 7 days a week Directions: Drive west on Georgia and turn right at the lights at Denman Street. Take the # 135 Stanley Park bus or walk west along Georgia for 15 minutes towards Stanley Park from downtown. Information: 604.688.7246 Reservations(预订): 1. 800. 663. 1500 Website: www. boatcruises. corn Email: tours@boatcruises . corn # 1, North Foot of Den-man Street, Vancouver, BC V6G 2w9 The Lookout at Harbour Centre Tower Not sure where to start? The Lookout，which is high atop Harbor Center Tower，is your best first choice in Vancouver． Majestic cruise ships， mountains sprinkled with fresh snow and a west coast sunset are but a few highlights of this grand 3600 view．Drink your cappuccino，join a free guided tour，learn something new about Vancouver and enjoy the view！ Dates of Operation：Open 365 days/year Seasonal Hours：Winter 9：00 am - 9：00 pm Summer 8：30 am - 10：30 pm Directions：Located downtown at the SeaBus and SkyTrain station． Just steps away from the Cruise Ship Terminal and historic Gastown． Infonnation and Reservations：604．689．0421 Website: www. vancouverlookout.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 555 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 4N4 Burnaby Village Museum And Carousel Step back in time to 1925. The museum features a village, a farmhouse and the historic CW Parker Carousel. Costumed townspeople welcome you to exhibits that include a schoolhouse, a blacksmith, a Chinese medicine store and an ice - cream parlour. Seasonal Hours: May 4 - Sept 2 (11: 00 am - 4:30 pm ) Christmas Hours: Nov 23 - Dec 13 & Dec31 - Jan 4(12:00 - 5:30 pm) and Dec 14 - 30 (12:00 8:00 pm) Closed Dec 24& 25 Directions: Take exit 33 from Hwy 1 to Canada Way. Follow the signs along the sidewalk to Deer Lake Park. 20 minutes from downtown Vancouver. Information: 604. 293. 6501 Telephone: 604. 293. 6500 Website: www. city. burnaby.cb.ca. 6501 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5G 3T6 56. To get a bird's-eye view of Vancouver, you can go to ___________. A. Harbour Cruises LTD B. Harbour Centre Tower C. Burnaby Village Museum D. Stanley Park 57. If you want to visit one of the places from 8:30 am to 10:30 am on Christmas Day, you can get further information on ___________. A. Website: www.vancouverlookout.com B. Email: email@example.com C. Website: www.city.burnaby.cb.ca D. Website: www.boatcruises.com 58. Where can you most probably find the passage above? A. In a health journal B. In a book review C. In a tourist guide D. In a science journal
B Once when I was six years old I saw an amazing picture in a book called True Stories from Naturc about the primeval forest. It was a picture of a boa constriotor（大蟒蛇）in the act of swallowing an arimal. In the book it said: "Boa constrictors swallow their prey whole, without chewing it. After that they are not able to move, and they sleep through the six months that they need for digestion." I thought deeply then over the adventures of the jungle. And after some work with a colored pencil I succeeded in making my first drawing. My Drawing Number One. I showed my masterpiece to the grown-ups, and asked them whether the drawing frightened them. But they answered: "Frighten? Why should any one be frightened by a hat?" My drawing was not a picture of a hat. It was a picture of a boa constrictor digesting an elephant. But since the grown-ups were not able to understand it, I made another drawing: I drew the inside of a boa constrictor, so that the grown-ups could see it clearly. They always need to have things explained. That’s my Drawing Number Two. The grown-ups' response, this time, was to advise me to lay aside my drawings of boa constrictors, whether from the inside or the outside, and devote myself instead to geography, history, arithmetic, and grammar. That is why, at the age of six, I gave up what might have been a great painter. I had been disheartened by the failure of my Drawing Number One and my Drawing Number Two. Grown-ups never understand anything by themselves, and it is tiresome for children to be always and forever explaining things to them. So then I chose another profession, and learned to pilot airplanes. I have flown a little over all parts of the world; and it is true that geography has been very useful to me. At a glance I can distinguish China from Arizona. If one gets lost in the night, such knowledge is valuable. In the course of this life I have had a great many encounters with a great many people. And that hasn't much improved my opinion of them. Whenever I met one of them who seemed to me at all clear-sighted, I tried showing him my Drawing Number One, which I have always kept. I would try to find out if this was a person of true understanding. But, whoever it was, he, or she would always say: That is a hat. Then I would never talk to that person about boa constrictors, or primeval forests, or stars. I would bring myself down to his level. I would talk to him about bridge, and golf, and politics and neckties. And the grown-up would be greatly pleased to have met such an intelligent man. 59．The writer drew his first picture in order to . A．show the grown-ups what the book was about B．frighten the grown-ups trying to enter the forest C．remind himself of the adventures of the jungle D．illustrate a boa constrictor’ act of digesting an animal 60．How did the writer understand the grown-ups’ response to his second drawing? A．He was actually only good at academic study. B．It was a waste of time for him to keep on drawing. C．He has difficulty in communicating with the adults. D．He was good at anything but geography. 61．The underlined word disheartened in Paragraph 4 could most probably be replaced by . A．discouraged B．dissatisfied C．discriminated D．disturbed 62．Which of the following statements is true? A．The writer could have become a pilot if encouraged when young. B．The writer finally changed his opinion of grown-ups. C．The writer has been showing his two pictures to others ever since. D．The writer felt nobody could have really understood him. C
Re-gifting only with care At this busiest gift-giving time of the year, many of us wonder what to do with the unwanted presents we get. Is it all right to re-gift--to give the unwanted present to someone else? A gift is a symbol of what a relationship means to us. The best gifts meet the needs or satisfy the desires of the receiver. A gift should be about pleasing the other person, not showing off the taste, wealth or power of the giver. We should give with the other person, not ourselves in mind. Still, a friend, colleague or family member who knows us well might now and then buy us something that is the last thing we'd buy for ourselves. People in long-term relationships can be surprised at the choices in clothes, music or gadgets(小玩意) made by their friends or relatives. Re-gifting creates a dilemma because we don't want to hurt the feelings of the gift-giver, but we also feel it's wasteful not to use something that might benefit someone else. Re-gifting avoids waste and repays a debt of gratitude we owe to someone else, but it presents the risk that the original giver will be hurt if she or he discovers what we did. Following are a few guidelines for re-gifting: --Don't use the gift. --Re-gift soon, so you don't risk re-gifting to the original giver. --Make sure that the new receiver doesn't know the original giver or is unlikely to run into him or her. If there's a possibility that the original giver could learn about the re-gift or if he or she expects to see you wearing the gift, consider asking for permission. Let him or her know how much you appreciate the thought behind the gift. A person who understands that a gift is intended to be pleasing will understand. As long as the person who gave the unwelcome gift doesn't mind or won't find out, you can re-gift with a clear conscience. Besides, you can be sure that at least one of the gifts you've received was given originally to someone else. 63. According to the author, the gift that you want to buy for your friend had better be the one _______. A. that can benefit someone else B. that you want to buy for yourself C. that is a necessity for your friend D. that will surprise your friend 64. In the third paragraph, the author wants to tell readers that ______. A. people sometimes get the gifts that they don't really like B. our friends usually choose the best gifts for us C. we should not buy clothes, music or gadgets for our friends D. your best friend should know what gift is the best for you 65. What can we infer from the last sentence of the passage? A. The gift you get is the one you bought for someone. B. Re-gifting is a very common practice today. C. You should re-gift at least two gifts each year. D. More than one of your friends will re-gift their presents to you each year. 66. According to its meaning, the sentence "After all, some people like orange and red sweaters, or the complete recorded works of Wayne Newton (US singer), or fruitcake (which you don't like at all)." should be put at the end of ______. A. Paragraph 1 B. Paragraph 2 C. Paragraph 3 D. Paragraph 4 D Six years ago, a Miami woman walking through the hall of an office building casually noticed two men standing together. Several minutes after her leaving, the men murdered a person working in the building. Police investigators determined that the woman was the only witness who had seen the two suspects, and could possibly describe them. In an interview with police, her memory of the men proved disappointingly unclear. Several days later, psychologist Ronald P. Fisher was brought in to get a more complete description from the woman. Fisher’s interview produced a breakthrough (突破)—the woman reported a clear picture of one of the suspects. She then recalled several details about his appearances. This information gave police important leads that enabled them to arrest the suspects and close the case. Police investigators found the help from Fisher because of his rich knowledge in conducting
the so-called cognitive (认知的) interview, a kind of memory-rebuilding process. In its original form, the cognitive interview focuses on guiding witnesses through four general recalling techniques: thinking about physical surroundings and personal feelings that existed at the time of past events, reporting everything that comes to mind about those events no matter how broken or unconnected, retelling events in kinds of time orders, beginning to end, end to beginning, forward or backward, and accepting different views while recalling events. Usually, an interviewer begins the cognitive approach by encouraging the witness to take an active role in recalling information rather than giving answers only to someone else’s questions. The witness first describes what happened in his or her own words, with no interviewer interruptions. The interviewer then goes further with specific techniques, such as having the witness tell the details of what happened from different aspects. Experiments with police detectives trained in this demanding interview method find that they get nearly 50% more information from witnesses than before training, while error rates remain about the same. 67. What is the purpose of this passage? A. To give an description of a murder case in an office. B. To explain why Fisher was invited to a police interview. C. To describe how cognitive method helps the woman to recall. D. To give the readers an idea of cognitive interview. 68. The cognitive interview helped the woman to recall more by __________. A. strengthening her memory B. giving her encouragement C. rebuilding her memory D. giving her more time 69. It can be inferred from the passage that in a cognitive interview, the interviewer mainly plays a ______ role. A. directing B. questioning C. disappointing D. interrupting 70. What is the key point of the cognitive interview? A. The interviewer should interrupt the witness from time to time. B. The witness is encouraged to take an active role in recalling information. C. The interview should take place outside the police station. D. The witness should recall details at the scene of the event. 第二卷（非选择题，共四部分，共 35 分） 第四部分 任务型阅读（满分 10 分） Online Success When you do business online, remember one of the most important factors in online success is list building. No matter what goals you’re seeking with your online activities, building a good contact list is vital for a successful outcome. List building plays a major role in developing good relationships with your site’s customers, and visitors. It can be used to get more sales for your site or business. For these reasons contact building should be high on your list when you’re marketing or promoting on the web. Fortunately, list building is an easy process that any site or webmaster can quickly set up as long as you understand two simple elements. To be really successful, your list building must combine these two key elements. Without these you will probably find building your contact list difficult and slow going. So it is worth your while to fully understand these two factors in your list building. Value－It should offer important information, quality content, special deals / discounts, and more importantly, it should offer a valuable relationship or connection to an expert in the subject area of the list. Subscribers (订户) must benefit from joining your list. If you’re building a list, just write down all the benefits someone would receive from joining your site or list, including receiving important information, getting special valuable content, receiving special deals / discounts, getting training videos and getting timely announcements or news. Don’t forget there may also be a psychological reason for joining your list－many people like being part of a group or membership site. It’s human nature. Everybody likes to feel included. Free whatever you offer－make sure it is Free. The quickest way to build any list is to give away free valuable content, information, videos, reports, e-books, discounts, prizes... everybody
loves a free gift. Just make them an offer they can’t refuse. This has more to do with the nature of your gift and the kind of contacts you’re building－giving away free buying guides on how to purchase real estate, fast cars, LCD TVs, laptops... will definitely attract the right “buying customer”. If you’re into selling, you just have to adjust your marketing to combine the free element correctly. In addition, giving away something free is the first step in starting an ongoing relationship with your subscribers. It gets the ball rolling. Online Success List building is a very important (71)_________. . (72)_______ 1. A good contact list is vital for a successful outcome. 2. It will have a great (73)________ on developing good relationships with 第七部分 书面表达（ your customers. 3. It’s more convenient and faster going for you to do (74)________ online. Tips 1. Build a contact list on the top of your web. 2. Understand two simple elements, so that you can set up your list (75)_____. 3. Focus on the two elements, or your list will be difficult and slow to (76)_________. Two Elements 1. Value It’s (77)_________ to offer important and valuable information about your product on your list, and what’s more, write down all the benefits for subscribers. Do (78)___________ it’s human nature that everybody likes being part of a group or membership site. 2. Free Make sure to (79)________ your customers a free valuable gift as everybody loves it as giving away free gifts will attract the right “buying customers”. (80)________, it’s the first step in starting your online contact with your subscribers.
第五部分： 单词拼写（共 10 小题，每小题 0.5 分,共 5 分） 81.Though he was t_____________ a prizefighter, Mendoza did much to change crude prizefighting into a sport, for he bought science to the game. 82. The curtain went up on the final act of the play and r__________ the aristocrat sitting alone behind bars in his dark cell. 83.Acting on a sudden i___________, I collected several dozen , put them in a paper bag, and took them to Robert. 84. We often read in novels how a seemingly r_____________ person or family has some terrible secret which has been concealed from strangers for years. 85.He was d_____________ chosen to lead the life he leads and is fully aware of the consequences. 86.As a Senior One student, I do believe that diligence can make up for a lack of i_____________. 87. ---Does the volunteer come to visit these disabled children very often? ---Yes, she comes here on a regular b_________. 88. When will the new train system be open to the public o __________(正式) ? 89. Isn’t it sad for us to see the large acres of rainforest being d_____________(毁灭) by humans? 90. People of that time believed that it was his questioning the existence of the Greek gods that led to Socrates ______________(使腐化) the young people of Athens.
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86_____________87_____________88______________89_____________90______________ 第六部分：任务型写作 （满分 20 分，150 词） 请阅读下面短文，并按要求用英语写一篇 150 词左右的文章。 Gaby Lucy is just a 17-year-old American girl, but she has experienced life in the Dominican Republic as a volunteer. When she recalls her time volunteering there, she doesn’t think about the fact that she had no running water and lived in a small house outside. Instead, she remembers fondly the people she met, the work she did with a youth group to improve accessibility to a local library and the leadership skills she gained. American teens are setting an example to their parents through their volunteer work, according to a new survey by Harris Interactive. The random national telephone survey released this week found that more teens volunteer to support a charitable cause(慈善事业) – 56 percent – than have a part-time job –39 percent. Parents said 82 percent of the teens in their lives do something to support charitable causes, including volunteering, inviting others to a cause or donating money. 【写作内容】 1．以约 30 个词概括短文的内容要点； 2．以约 120 个词就 “青少年从事志愿者工作” 这个主题发表你的看法，并包括以下要点： (1) 青少年从事志愿者工作的意义； (2) 简述一次你自己或你身边的人从事志愿者工作的经历和感受； (3) 请你向同龄中学生发出号召。 【写作要求】 1．在作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事，但不得直接引用原文中的句子； 2．作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 友情提醒：请保持卷面整洁，美观
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The passage shows a delightful tendency that more teens are volunteering for charitable causes. Such actions set an example to their parents. Gaby Lucy from America is an example. (29w) From my point of view, volunteering for charitable causes is of vital importance to teenagers. For, one thing, not only can they acquire far more social experience, but also they can update their skills to deal with different situations in the near future. For another, it helps people in need in the quickest and most direct way, building up a bridge of love among people. I also once worked as a volunteer in old folks’ home, which I’ll always take pride in. I, together with my group members, helped clean their rooms, washed their clothes and presented a show for them. What impressed me most was that the old folks were so happy to see us that they chatted a lot with us. In conclusion, volunteer work costs us nothing but helps us gain a lot. Therefore, I hope more teenagers can join us and do what we can to make the world more harmonious. Summary 2: With the example of Gaby Lucy, a 17-year-old volunteer, once working in Dominican Republic, the writer states that more teenagers are doing voluntary work and they have set good examples to their parents. (33w)