（本卷满分 150 分；完卷时间 120 分钟）
第 I 卷（共 105 分）
Section A Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. A. At a laundry. A. 2. A. Driving. A. A hairdresser. A. A yellow light. B. At a hotel. B. 3. B. Reading. B. A waitress. B. A road accident. C. At a restaurant. C. 5. C. Shopping. C. A police officer. C. A robbery. D. At a supermarket. D. 10. D. Walking. D. An insurance agent. D. A TV programme.
A. They will go swimming. C. They will buy some clothes.
B. They will climb mountains. D. They will watch a video.
A. He prefers to eat out. C. He doesn’t like Japanese food.
B. He wants to order the food. D. He wants to pay for the meal. B. Tony should continue his science class. D. Tony could have found a better reason. B. Attend the opening ceremony. D. Open a bookstore of her own. B. It is crowded with customers. D. One of the waitresses broke her hand.
A. Tony made the decision for a good reason. C. Tony should try to choose another course.
A. Go to find a job at the bookstore. C. Buy some books at the bookstore.
10. A. There are not enough waitresses. C. The service there is too slow.
Section B Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. Good luck. C. Independence. 12. A. She will have a new job. C. She will get married. 13. A. She should find a good job. C. She should open a restaurant. B. A good relationship. D. A job. B. She will work in a bookstore. D. She will have many children. B. She should get married. D. She should stay home.
Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. 14. A. About 200. 15. A. An earthquake. B. Over 1,000. B. Heavy rain. C. About 2,000. C. Removal of trees. D. Less than 100. D. Growing population.
16. A. Controlling the growth of population. C. Growing more plantations.
B. Banning chopping down trees. D. Getting busy to protect the environment.
Section C Directions: In Section C, you will hear two longer conversations. The conversations will be read twice. After you hear each conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet.
II. Grammar and Vocabulary
Section A Directions: Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 25. Leaves are found on all kinds of trees, but they differ greatly _____ size and shape. A. on B. from C. by D. in
26. They felt sad that they couldn’t help the poor boy because _____ of them had any money on them. A. all _____ to them. A. pays others. A. killed A. are they B. having killed B. aren’t they C. killing C. do they D. being killed D. don’t they 29. Dogs are man’s good friends, but sometimes they also cause trouble to us, _____? 30. _____ some Chinese scholars propose stopping using traditional Chinese medicine, foreign medical institutions and industries are pursuing them. A. If A. must have expressed C. need have expressed A. using B. use B. While C. As B. may have expressed D. could have expressed C. used D. being used D. Once 31. Jerry did not regret giving the comment but felt that he _____ it differently. B. will paid C. is paid D. will be paid 28. A 6.5-magnitude earthquake hit Taiwan on Wednesday, _____ ne person and injuring at least 86 B. any C. none D. no one 27. Some celebrities are eager to make their private lives known to the public for fear that no notice
32. One thing you may not know is that _____ chopsticks might be good for your health. 33. He said that he would pay a visit to us the next day, but he _____.
34. These years, the belief has become general _____ eating fruits right after dinner doesn’t necessarily do good to people’s health. A. that A. why it is B. what B. why is it C. which C. what it is D. whether D. what is it 35. It is so noisy in the classroom. I just wonder _____ that makes them so excited. 36. _____ inside the tyre, _____ on the inside of the tyre. A. The more there is air…the harder it pushes C. There is more air…it pushes harder and shelter to survive. A. which A. not make suspended for 5 years. A. find A. what Section B Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. especially B. otherwise C. statistics F. dominant G. reduced H. concerning D. imposed I. consumption E. average J. significantly B. to find B. where C. finding C. that D. found D. which 40. A new stadium will be built _____ the old houses have been pulled down. B. who B. not to make C. where C. not making D. what D. do not make 38. The purpose of new technologies is to make life easier, _____ it more difficult. 39. Drivers _____ to have 80 milligrams of alcohol in their blood will have their driver’s licenses B. The more air there is…the harder it pushes D. The more air is there…the harder does it pushes
37. After the flooding, people were suffering in that area, _____ urgently needed clean water, medicine
III. Reading Comprehension
Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passages there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context.
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someone else’s patented patent
56 . Whether this is done intentionally or
57 , they have still caused a
58 , and they may be faced with a legal case. 59 the first shot in 2011, filing a lawsuit that claimed Samsung copied many of
The biggest patent war currently taking place in the mobile phone world is between Apple and Samsung. Apple 60 its patented ideas in its own Android phones. However, Samsung wasn’t willing to back down, and soon by filing lawsuits in Japan, South Korea and Germany. By July last year, Apple and Samsung 61 . If one were involved in more than 50 lawsuits around the world. Both companies believe the other stole for their own smart-phones. But the big question is over whether the rules on creating patents should be competition, and prices will remain making a doomed. 50. A. boring 51. A. own 52. A. needs 53. A. incredible 54. A. artificial 55. A. seize 56. A. belongings 57. A. by accident 58. A. defence 59. A. fought 60. A. opposed 61. A. skills 62. A. stricter 63. A. low 64. A. decision Section B Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. (A) B. interesting B. protect B. cases B. destructive B. right B. discover B. species B. on purpose B. issue B. fired B. responded B. minds B. lighter B. high B. choice C. surprising C. share C. requirements C. invisible C. natural C. find C. invention C. on schedule C. law C. launched C. reflected C. beliefs C. harder C. unknown C. comment D. exciting D. destroy D. emphases D. unavoidable D. fake D. create D. property D. by mistake D. offence D. lit D. offered D. ideas D. easier D. same D. profit 63 62 company has the rights to an important piece of mobile phone technology, it risks leading to a lack of . On the other hand, companies are interested in one thing: 64 . And so it’s unlikely that they’ll “back off” to allow competition to flourish (活跃).
However, it seems clear that there needs to be a better balance. Or the future of innovation could be
As the car moved closer, Alexis saw that the deer’s head was bent toward the ground. Then she heard a scream. A few seconds later, she saw an arm fly up near the deer’s head. Alexis realized the buck was attacking a woman. Sue Panter, a 44-year-old mother of four, had been out for her morning run. The buck had emerged from the tall corn and begun following her. “I knew I was in trouble,” Panter went to pick up a log to use for self-defense, and the buck attacked. It lifted her with its antlers and tossed her into the air. Alexis looked into the woman’s terrified eyes, and before her father had even stopped the car, she got out of the car and down the slope toward the buck. Alexis helped Sue up the slope and into the Vaughans’ car. “We’re going to get you to a hospital,” Alexis said. Then she heard her father Michael shout out. Michael had been knocked to the ground. Alexis grabbed a hammer and ran to where Michael lay in the dirt. She beat the buck’s head and neck, but the blows didn’t frighten it. Standing over her father, Alexis could see that he was struggling to breathe. “A couple more strikes, Lex,” said Michael. Alexis squeezed her eyes shut and hit several times. When she opened her eyes, the deer was running away. Alexis got in the driver’s seat and sped toward the hospital. After doctors treated Sue and Michael, Sue tearfully thanked her rescuers. “You expect a teenage girl to get on the phone and call for help,” she says, “not to beat up a deer.” 65. When attacked by the buck, Sue used a log to _____. A. support herself C. protect herself from hurting by the buck B. offend the buck D. lift herself
66. What’s the probable meaning of the word “tossed” in Paragraph 2? A. Move something gently. C. Throw something violently. B. Kick something violently. D. Shoot something accurately.
67. After Alexis assisted Sue into the Vaughans’ car, what happened? A. Her father was knocked down by the buck. B. The buck left and disappeared. C. She found herself frightened. D. Sue shouted out because of pain. 68. According to what Sue said in the last paragraph, what can we infer? A. It is common for a girl to beat up a deer. B. When meeting with emergency, girls tend to phone others for help.
C. Compared with teenagers, adults are more likely to call for help. D. Sue is very grateful for what Alexis did. (B)
69. If you get to the bus station at 8:35, the fastest bus you can catch will turn up at _____.① A. 8:40 B. 8:45 C. 8:50 D. 9:00 70. According to the passage, you can’t _____. A. get to some hotels by taking this “hop-on, hop-off” bus B. buy the ticket for “hop-on, hop-off” through telephone C. learn the history of Kuala Lumpur as well as the history of the places you want to go on the bus D. get access to Internet on the bus 71. Where can you most probably read this passage? In _____. A. a fashion magazine B. a documentary C. a tourist brochure D. a newspaper (C)
72. What can be inferred from the first paragraph? A. 44% of Americans are afraid of flying. B. Fear of flying happens only among people without flying experience. C. Some of the people who need to fly often in their jobs are afraid of flying. D. Stewards and stewardesses don’t fear as soon as they board the plane. 73. Which of the following is true according to the passage?
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A. The fear of speaking in public is the second most common fear next to aviaphobia. B. Over 30% of people afraid of flying are more concerned about losing control of themselves. C. The example of John Smith shows that the painful experience related to flying will recover soon. D. Aviaphobes easily become physically and mentally drained because the flight is long and exhausting. 74. The reason why aviaphobes feel it a need to conceal fear of flying is that _____. A. they can’t afford to lose their jobs B. they are afraid that it will affect their relationship with friends C. it is a big and dark secret D. it may be viewed as a sign of timidity that may put their social position at risk 75. Which of the following might be the best title for the passage? A. The causes of aviaphobia B. Psychologists’ attitude toward aviaphobia C. Some facts about aviaphobia D. The definition of aviaphobia Section C Directions: Read the following text and choose the most suitable heading from the list A-F for each paragraph. There is one extra heading which you do not need. A. B. C. D. E. F. How to get a list of blocos Marching with a samba school The high occupancy at Brazil’s hotels The pee control during the carnival The world’s biggest carnival The samba parade — the festival’s highlight
77. More than 500,000 foreign visitors flock to the carnival each year to dance, shout, drink and surge around in happy mobs. Last year, 1.1 million people took part in the celebrations. The occupancy at Brazil’s hotels is currently more than 80 percent and is expected to hit 98 percent, beating last year’s 95 percent. According to local media, Rio’s hotel association says this is the first time they predict an increase in domestic tourists over foreign tourists. 78. What began as street parades developed into a more organized competition among top samba
schools from Brazil and abroad. Approximately 3,000 to 5,000 members of each school participate in full-blown costumes that differ every year. All you have to do is buy a costume, head to the meeting spot of the samba school you decide to parade with, pay a membership fee and, most importantly, follow what the person in front of you is doing once you enter the parade with your school. Oh, and don’t forget to learn by heart your school’s tune. 79. It’s not all about the samba. Blocos — street parties / smaller local parades that begin weeks before Carnival — are where the real parties are. Look up a list of blocos (there are approximately 500 each year) for times and location. To find a list, get friendly with locals. These aren’t exactly top secret. 80. During the carnival, to prevent public urinating — an unfortunately common sight at Carnival — thousands of city workers will be on official “pee patrol.” Milling around the parades and parties in plain clothes, the public agents have been ordered to arrest revelers who can’t be bothered to find a toilet. First-time offenders will be fined, while repeat offenders will find themselves spending the night at the police station. Section D Directions: Read the passage carefully. Then answer the questions or complete the statements in the fewest possible words.
(Note: Answer the questions or complete the statements in NO MORE THAN TEN WORDS.) 81. The research by Stockholm’s Karolinska Institute shows that __________ can help to decrease the risk of having a stroke. 82. In addition to lowering blood pressure, flavonoids make contributions to __________. 83. What can account for the link between chocolate consumption and strokes according to Fayad? 84. Why is moderate chocolate consumption important?
第 II 卷（共 45 分）
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我们应积极参加各种各样的课外活动。(variety) 公司在意的不是员工的长相，而是他们的工作表现。(care) 记住，你的父母也曾经年少，大多数情况下他们能理解你正在经历的事情。(what) 充足的锻炼、健康的饮食、规律的作息对保持最佳考试状态至关重要。(key) 黄浦江被污染后，政府采取了许多有效措施，以改善水质，这使公众很满意。(improve)
Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets.
II. Guided Writing
Directions: Write an English composition in 120-150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese. 假设你们学校一年一度的慈善拍卖(charity action)即将举行，作为负责人的你将在学校的网站上用 英语写一篇文章，宣传此次活动。文章的内容须包括以下几个方面： 1. 2. 3. 慈善拍卖的目的； 慈善拍卖的相关事宜； 发出倡议。