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共 85 分) 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题:每小题 1 分,满分 5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项, 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每 段对话仅读一遍。 ( ) 1. What are the speakers going to do? A. Pay for the taxi. B. Drink water. C. Sing songs. ( ) 2. What is the man looking for now? A. His own iPad. B. His wife's mobile phone. C. His mobile phone. ( ) 3. When does the first flight arrive in Beijing? A. 5:38 am. B. 7:58 am. C. 8:00 am. ( ) 4. What is the woman probably? A. A teacher. B. A job adviser. C. An officer. ( ) 5. What is Mike doing now? A. He is meeting friends. B. He is coming here. C. Not clear. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 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,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第六段对话,回答第 6 和第 7 两个小题。 ( ) 6. Why does Victor sound angry? A. Laura doesn't come on time. B. Laura doesn't understand him. C. Laura won't wait for him. ( ) 7. What will Laura probably do? A. Try on some new dresses. B. Wait outside with Victor. C. Read the bulletin board. 听第七段对话,回答第 8 至第 10 三个小题。 ( ) 8. What makes Jane happy? A. The good results in the exam. B. The ending of the term. C. The camping with friends. ( ) 9. What is true about Steve? A. He will work for some money. B. He likes doing part?time jobs.
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C. He hasn't made up his mind. ( )10. What is the probable relationship of the two speakers? A. Classmates. B. Teacher and student. C. Lovers. 听第八段对话,回答第 11 至第 13 三个小题。 ( )11. Where are the two speakers? A. At a restaurant. B. At home. C. In an Indian family. ( )12. Why is the man excited? A. Because the woman invites him to dinner. B. Because he is eager to taste Indian food. C. Because he is going to have some mutton. ( )13. What will the woman eat at last? A. Chicken, lamb and bread. B. Fish, bread and rice. C. Mutton, rice and bread. 听第九段对话,回答第 14 至第 16 三个小题。 ( )14. Why does the man go to see the woman? A. To ask for her help. B. To ask for a talk. C. To ask for an ID number. ( )15. What is the man's telephone number? A. 3387265. B. 6387765. C. 6387235. ( )16. Where does this conversation most probably happen? A. In the woman's office. B. At the man's dormitory. C. Outside Mr. Glass' office. 听第十段独白,回答第 17 至第 20 四个小题。 ( )17. What was the weather like in the north of China the day before yesterday? A. Snowy. B. Smoggy. C. Rainy. ( )18. What was yesterday's weather warning level? A. Red. B. Orange. C. Yellow. ( )19. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. Snow and rain have already brought an end to the heavy smog. B. Recently Beijing has gone through two red alerts for smog. C. Beijing's PM 2.5 levels became worse in 2015. ( )20. What is the passage mainly talking about? A. The weather condition in Beijing. B. The weather forecast in northern China. C. The pollution situation in northern China. 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) 请阅读下面各题,从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 ( )21. If you chase two rabbits, as a saying goes, ________ will lose both of them. A. in which case you B. and you C. which D. you ( )22. As a common sense, children's involvement in social activities, athletics and hobbies ________ just as important as academic achievement. A. is B. are C. was D. were ( )23. Many young people are only ready to chat via the Internet, but somewhat ________ to communicate face to face.
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A. desperate B. reluctant C. voluntary D. anxious ( )24. We shall hardly please everyone, nor is it necessary that we ________. A. need B. should C. can D. may ( )25. Whatever the relationship, try to ________ to each person all your kindness and understanding. A. appeal B. cater C. extend D. attach ( )26. There is always some obstacle in the way, something ________ before we realize the real goal of education. A. to be got through B. got through C. getting through D. having been got through ( )27. I could have finished my selfreflection last weekend, but the math classes and exercises ________ all my spare time. A. take up B. had taken up C. took up D. had been taking up ( )28. —Where are you living now? —I've moved to ________ you know my grandpa once lived. A. which B. that C. where D. what ( )29. ________ on mobile phones for storing information that people are unable to remember basic things. A. Such is the dependence B. Such dependence does C. So they are dependent D. So do they depend ( )30. Youth is a period of our life ________ we see no limit to our hopes and wishes. A. where B. that C. what D. when ( )31. The ________ of severe punishments plays a major role in the growing road safety problem. A. presence B. absence C. existence D. evidence ( )32. She felt totally hopeless about the future ________ one day she learned about a charity which provided microloan to women to start business. A. until B. once C. unless D. when ( )33. ________ tourism, Ohio is a place full of natural beauty and many vacation spots worth visiting. A. On top of B. In terms of C. In spite of D. On account of ( )34. The threat of air pollution is real and we shouldn't ________ responsibility to fight it. A. hand over B. shrink from C. pull over D. arise from ( )35. —I've got to line up at the restaurant for a meal. —________? You can order food at ele.me on your phone. A. How come B. About what C. Why not D. Why bother 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 There was a handful of common clay in the river bank. But it had __36__ thoughts of its own value, and wonderful dreams of the great place it was to __37__ in the world when the time came for its virtues to be __38__. One day the clay was carried far away in a cart __39__ a stony road. But it was not __40__, for it

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said to itself: “This is necessary. The path to glory is always __41__. Now I am on my way to play a great part in the world.” But the hard journey was __42__, compared with the suffering after it. The clay was putinto a container and mixed and beaten. It seemed almost __43__. But there was __44__ in the thought that something very noble was __45__ coming out of all this trouble. The clay felt sure that, if it could only wait long enough, a wonderful reward was __46__ for it. Then it was put upon a __47__ turning wheel, and turned around until it seemed as if it must fly into a thousand pieces. A strange power pressed and molded it, and through all the dizziness and pain it felt that it was taking a new __48__. Then an unknown hand put it into an oven, and __49__ fires were burning about it. But the clay held itself together, in the confidence of a great future. At last the baking was finished. The clay was __50__ upon a board, in the cool air. The suffering was passed. The reward was at hand. Then the clay saw the reward of all its __51__ and pain,—a common flower?pot, straight and ugly. It felt that it was not __52__ for a king's house, nor for a palace of art. Many days it passed in __53__. But presently it was set in a greenhouse, where the sunlight fell warm upon it, and day by day as it waited, something was changing within it—a new hope. Still it was __54__, not knowing what the new hope meant. But one day the clay was carried into a great church. All the people looked towards it because it carried a royal lily as white as snow, which was __55__ in its heart. Now it knew what the hope is! Then the clay was content, because, though an earthen pot, it held so great a treasure. ( )36. A. deep B. high C. blind D. free ( )37. A. need B. name C. know D. fill ( )38. A. discovered B. developed C. praised D. obtained ( )39. A. in B. over C. across D. through ( )40. A. satisfied B. thrilled C. discouraged D. confused ( )41. A. correct B. narrow C. rough D. straight ( )42. A. anything B. everything C. something D. nothing ( )43. A. unbearable B. unconvincing C. unavoidable D. unaccustomed ( )44. A. anxiety B. comfort C. sympathy D. despair ( )45. A. possibly B. certainly C. immediately D. easily ( )46. A. in use B. in time C. in store D. in need ( )47. A. swiftly B. steadily C. gently D. slowly ( )48. A. place B. direction C. function D. form ( )49. A. dangerous B. evil C. fierce D. destructive ( )50. A. set down B. set out C. set about D. set off ( )51. A. value B. patience C. trust D. complaint ( )52. A. intended B. qualified C. allowed D. presented ( )53. A. peace B. passion C. depression D. harmony ( )54. A. conscious B. optimistic C. innocent D. ignorant ( )55. A. mixed B. fixed C. rooted D. buried 第三部分:阅读理解(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分)

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请认真阅读下列短文,从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 A How do you choose between similar postgraduate courses? After graduating from an undergraduate(本科) course, you could move on to postgraduate study. This might be the ideal investment in reaching the career you want—either strengthening your knowledge and skills, or taking on a new direction. How do you choose the right postgraduate course? First, decide on the following: ■ subject matter ■ length ■ if it's taught or researchbased ■ if it's fullor parttime If you're clear about those decisions, and you've checked the entry requirements, the differences between similar courses may be in the four areas below. Which course is most helpful to your career aspirations? ■ What are the employment levels of previous postgraduates? ■ Which course has the strongest connections to employers? ■ What is the reputation of the course among employers? How is the course organized and assessed? ■ How is the course divided? ■ Do you need to pass all parts of it equally? ■ Is the course exambased, continually assessed, or both? Who are the tutors and are they experts in areas you want to learn about? ■ How well recognised are the academic staff in their fields? ■ How much research have they published?Are their theories significant? ■ Use university open days to research your postgraduate options. They're a great opportunity to meet and question academic staff directly. How is the course ranked within league tables? ■ League tables rate courses mostly within broad subject bands including undergraduate degrees and postgraduate qualifications—for example, you can search to see who is best for architecture. ■ Make sure you check the sources of league tables as they can be prejudiced. The Guardian, The Times and The Complete University Guide are some of the more reasonable places to look. ( )56. Which is NOT recommended by the author to consider in choosing the right course? A. your personal conditions B. the popularity of the course itself C. the structure of the course D. the rankings of the academic staff ( )57. What is an undergraduate student encouraged to do? A. Take on a different course for postgraduate study. B. Choose a course with lower difficulty in its assessment. C. Go to the university for a face?to?face investigation before decision. D. Consult newspapers of all levels for unprejudiced information. B The splendid aurora light displays that appear in Earth's atmosphere around the north andsouth magnetic(磁的) poles were once mysterious phenomena. Now, scientists have data from satellites and
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ground?based observations from which we know that the aurora brilliance is a massive electrical discharge similar to that occurring in a neon sign. To understand the cause of auroras, first picture the Earth enclosed by its magnetosphere(磁层), a huge region created by the Earth's magnetic field. Outside the magnetosphere, rushing toward the earth is the solar wind, a speedily moving body of ionized(离子化的) gases with its own magnetic field. Charged particles(粒子) in this solar wind speed earthward along the solar wind's magnetic lines of force. The Earth's magnetosphere is a barrier to the solar winds, and forces the charged particles of the solar wind to flow around the magnetosphere itself. But in the polar regions, the magnetic lines of force of the Earth and of the solar wind gather together. Here many of the solar wind's charged particles break through the magnetosphere and enter Earth's magnetic field. They then rush back and forth between the Earth's magnetic poles very rapidly and ionize and excite the atoms of the upper atmosphere of the Earth, causing them to produce aurora radiations of visible light. The colors of an aurora depend on the atoms producing them. The leading greenish?white light comes from low energy excitation of oxygen atoms. During huge magnetic storms oxygen atoms also undergo high energy excitation and produce pink light. Excited nitrogen(氮) atoms contribute bands of color varying from blue to violet. Viewed from outer space, auroras can be seen as dimly shining belts wrapped around each of the Earth's magnetic poles. Each aurora hangs like a curtain of light stretching over the polar regions and into the higher latitudes. When the solar flares(闪光) that result in magnetic storms and aurora activity are very strong, aurora displays may extend as far as the southern regions of the United States. ( )58. What is it that directly gives off aurora light? A. the Earth's magnetic field B. the solar wind's magnetic field C. the Earth's ionized particles D. the solar wind's charged particles ( )59. What does the third paragraph mainly discuss? A. The appearance of auroras around the Earth's poles. B. The periodic change in the display of auroras. C. The factors that cause the variety of colors in auroras. D. The covering area of auroras based on their colors. ( )60. What can we infer from the passage? A. The magnetosphere increases the speed of particles from the solar wind. B. The color of greenish?white appears least frequently in an aurora display. C. Earth's magnetic field contributes to the variety and difference of aurora's colors. D. The strength of the solar flares has a positive effect on the extending distance of aurora. C With these increased pressures and difficulty in ensuring a graduate job, more people are turning to recruitment(招聘) agencies for help. Luke Harper wrote for the Independent warning students to be cautious when using graduate recruitment agencies in their job hunt. The article's main argument against graduate recruitment agencies is that they are looking to sign people up to the agency and harvest data, without having any real intention to personally find them a job. The fundamental problem with this approach is a basic misunderstanding of how the recruitment sector works. One of the more common ways is that recruitment agencies aim to find you a job to secure a fee from their clients. Recruitment agencies operate as a business, not a careers service and are not expected
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to find you a job while you wait around. There is no denying that amongst the recruitment agencies, there are some CV(简历) hungry, cut and shut agencies that are uninterested in the candidates they have on their books. However, nowadays these are in the minority and don't tend to last very long. Paul Farrer, Chief Executive of a leading recruitment agency is worried that a few bad apples are ruining the reputation of what is an excellent sector. Farrer said “The trouble with such an imbalanced and misleading article is that some graduates may now be put off approaching recruitment agencies who may well be able to help them.” Professionals in the industry are cautious of how some of the less respectable agencies operate. Earnest recruiters believe that graduates should be aware that some of these agencies will take on graduates for all their details rather than helping them find a job, like Harper mentioned. To fight this, Farrar advises that “Graduates should have a simple checklist before approaching any agency. Has the agency taken the time to talk to me? Have they invited me to a facetoface meeting? Have they guaranteed not to forward my CV to any employer without my permission? These three steps will safeguard every application.” Farrer also pointed out that that is not the only safety net that graduates can rely on. He said “Graduates can also check to see if the agencies are members of either APSCo or the REC, the two trade bodies they can make an official complaint to. The vast majority of recruitment agencies are professional organisations that help place thousands of graduates every year and poorly researched articles help no one.” ( )61. The main purpose of this passage is ________ graduate recruitment agencies. A. to advise readers to be cautious of B. to argue against some misjudgment against C. to explain why there is a prejudice against D. to seek the solutions to the problems caused by ( )62. Which of the following is right according to the passage? A. Luke Harper holds the same idea about jobs with Paul Farrer. B. Recruitment agencies actually do the same work as a careers service. C. Job hunters' detailed information is of value to recruitment agencies. D. A member of APSCo or the REC will not cheat its clients. ( )63. What advice does Paul Farrer give graduates to avoid less respectable agencies? A. Consulting professionals before giving their personal details to an agency. B. Making a face?to?face investigation into an agency before approaching it. C. Guaranteeing that the agency will not forward their CV to any employer. D. Selecting some agencies that are monitored by official trade bodies. ( )64. What is the author's attitude towards graduate recruitment agencies? A. Neutral. B. Positive. C. Negative. D. Not Clear. D When one loves one's Art no service seems too hard. Joe was a man with a genius for art. Delia did things in six octaves(音阶) promisingly. Joe and Delia became in love with one of the other, or each of the other, as you please, and in a short time were married—for (see above), when one loves one's Art no service seems too hard. They began housekeeping in a flat. It was a lonesome flat, but they were happy; for they had their Art, and they had each other.

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Joe was learning painting in the class of the great Magister—you know his fame. His feesare high; his lessons are light—his highlights have brought him fame. Delia was studying under Rosenstock—you know his reputation as a disturber of the piano keys. They were mighty happy as long as their money lasted. After a while Art flagged. Everything going out and nothing coming in, money was lacking to pay Mr. Magister and Rosenstock their prices. When one loves one's Art no service seems too hard. So, Delia said she must give music lessons to make the ends meet. For two or three days she went out looking for pupils. One evening she came home overjoyed. “Joe, dear, ” she said, cheerfully, “I've a pupil. And, oh, the loveliest people! General—General Pinkney's daughter Clementina—on Seventyfirst street.” “That's all right for you, Dele, ” said Joe, “but how about me? Do you think I'm going to let you work while I play in the regions of high art?” Delia came and hung about his neck. “Joe, dear, you are silly. You must keep on at your studies. It is not as if I had quit my music and gone to work at something else. While I teach I learn. I am always with my music.” “All right, ” said Joe. “But I may sell some of my pictures as well.” The next few weeks, they both busied themselves with their own business and brought back a ten, a five, a two and a one—all legal tender notes—and laid them beside each others' earnings. One Saturday evening Joe reached home first. He spread his $18 on the table and washed what seemed to be a great deal of dark paint from his hands. Half an hour later Delia arrived, her right hand tied up in a shapeless bundle of wraps and bandages. “How is this?” asked Joe. Delia laughed, but not very joyously. “Clementina, ” she explained, “insisted upon a Welsh rabbit(一种奶酪) after her lesson. In serving the rabbit she spilled a great lot of it, boiling hot, over my wrist. Nothing serious, dear.” “What time this afternoon did you burn your hand, Dele?” “Five o'clock, I think, ” said Dele. “The iron—I mean the rabbit came off the fire about that time.” “Sit down here a moment, Dele, ” said Joe. “What have you been doing for the last few weeks, Dale?” he asked. She braved it for a moment or two with an eye full of love and stubbornness, but at last down went her head and out came the truth and tears. “I couldn't get any pupils, ” she wept. “I got a place ironing shirts in that big Twenty?fourth street laundry. A girl in the laundry set down a hot iron on my hand this afternoon. I think I did very well to make up both General Pinkney and Clementina. What made you ever suspect that I wasn't giving music lessons?” “I didn't, ” said Joe, “until tonight. And I wouldn't have then, only I sent up this cotton waste and oil from the engineroom this afternoon for a girl upstairs who had her hand burned with a smoothingiron. I've been firing the engine in that laundry for the last few weeks.” “And then you didn't?” said Delia. And then they both looked at each other and laughed, and Joe began: “When one loves one's Art no service seems?” But Delia stopped him with her hand on his lips. “No, ” she said—“just ‘When one loves. ’ ”
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)65. What can we know about the couple from the story? They both became famous for their talents in art. Studying from famous teachers contributed most to their poverty. Art helped them out of the poverty they were faced with. They turned out to be working at the same laundry. )66. What qualities of the couple's are best conveyed in the story? considerate and giving B. faithful and romantic intelligent and economical D. hardworking and loyal )67. What does the underlined word “flagged” most probably mean? became weaker B. displayed its power went in a wrong direction D. returned to its original condition )68. Which of the following does NOT give readers a clue that the couple were telling white

A. Joe washed what seemed to be a great deal of dark paint from his hands. B. Delia's right wrist was tied up in a shapeless bundle of wraps and bandages. C. Delia said she must give music lessons to make the ends meet. D. “The iron—I mean the rabbit came off the fire about that time” said Dale. ( )69. What can serve as the best title of this story? A. A Service of Art B. The Love for Art C. A Service of Love D. No Art No Love ( )70. Why does the author repeat “When one loves one's Art no service seems too hard.”? A. To reveal the theme of the story. B. To assist with the development of the story. C. To explain the author's writing purpose. D. To indicate the sad mood of the story. 第二卷(非选择题,共两大题,35 分) 第四部分:任务型阅读(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 请认真阅读下列短文,并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意:每个空格只填 1 个单词。 The latest attack on the Internet and on computers in general is Nicholas Carr's writing, “The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains.” Carr and other digital alarmists make a case that seems reasonable, at least on the surface. They argue that Internet communication tools trap us in a shallow culture of constant interruption as we crazily tweet, text and e?mail. This in turn leaves us little time for deep reading, reflection and serious conversation— activities traditionally thought to build knowledge and wisdom. The alarmists use the concept of “neural plasticity(神经可塑性)” and talk of technology “reshaping” the brain to convince us that the new distractions make us not just less willing but less able, on a physiological level, to focus. Whenever you hear that something is changing your brain, you ought to be worried—or at least the person telling you wants you to be worried. But does a cultural change like this necessarily lead to a fundamental change to the brain? The appeals to neural plasticity, backed by studies showing that new changes can reorganize the brain, are largely irrelevant. The basic plan of the brain's “shaping” is genetically determined long before a child discovers Facebook and Twitter. There is simply no experimental evidence to show that living with digital
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culture fundamentally changes brain organization in a way that affectsone's ability to focus. Of course, the brain changes any time we form a memory or learn a new skill, but new skills build on our existing capacities without fundamentally changing them. We will no more lose our ability to pay attention than we will lose our ability to listen, see or speak. The idea that the Internet might make us shallower has some instant appeal, because it is easy to see how the cognitive performance of people around us drops when they are distracted. But the notion that prolonged focus and deep reading mark the best path to wisdom and insight is just an assumption, one that may be an accidental consequence of the printing press existing before the computer. To book authors like us it seems a weird notion, but it is possible that spending 10 or more hours engaged in a single text might not be the most favorable way for building brainpower. So don't be afraid of the digital era. Google is not making us stupid, PowerPoint is not destroying literature, and the Internet is not really changing our brains.
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Title: Don't __71__ the digital era! Digital alarmists' __72__ against the digital culture. Viewpoints ●Because of technology, we are__73__ in a shallow culture with a lack of knowledge and wisdom. ● Our brain is reshaped into __75__ and inability to focus by technology. Author's point of view ●Digital culture does not __77__ a fundamental change to the brain. ●__79__ the influence of new technology on the brain, no experimental evidence shows they will affect one's ability to focus. ●The Internet does not make us shallower. ● The assumption is just a result of the fact that books __80__ existed earlier than computers. 第五部分:书面表达(满分 25 分) 作为一个即将毕业的高中学生,你经历了各种各样“成长的烦恼”,也积累了很多的成长经验。 请以“My View on Growing Pains”为题,准备一份演讲稿,留给即将进入高一的学弟学妹们。 你的演讲必须包括以下内容: 1. 用 30 词左右陈述你对 growing pains 的理解。 2. 描述自己经历的一次 growing pain,并结合它提出解决此问题的建议。 注意: 1. 词数 150 左右; ● It is just an assumption that wisdom and insight best arise from deep reading and focus. ● The brain's “shaping” is determined by __78__ long before a child discovers the internet. Proofs ● We are constantly __74__ by Internet communication tools, which results in less deep reading, reflection and serious conversation. ● The concept of “neural plasticity” shows that brain can be reorganized by new __76__.

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2. 可以适当增加过渡语句,以使行文连贯; 3. 短文中不能出现与本人相关的信息; 4. 短文中已给出的部分不计入总词数。 My View on Growing Pains Dear newcomers, On behalf of all the experienced hands, I would like to share my view on Growing pains. ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Above is my personal understanding of growing pains, I hope it will be of some help to you. 密封线 (这是边文,请据需要手工删加) 苏锡常镇四市 2016 届高三年级第二次模拟考试(一)· 英语参考答案 第页(共 2 页) (这是边文,请据需要手工删加) 2016 届高三年级第二次模拟考试(一)(苏锡常镇四市) 英语参考答案 第一部分:听力(每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 1~5 CCBAC 6~10 AABCA 11~15 ABBAC 16~20 ABCBC 第二部分:英语知识运用 第一节 单项填空(每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21~25 DABBC 26~30 ACCAD 31~35 BABBD 第二节 完形填空(每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 36~40 BDABC 41~45 CDABB 46~50 CADCA 51~55 BACDC 第三部分:阅读理解(每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 56~57 DC 58~60 CAD 61~64 BCDB 65~70 DAACCB 第四部分:任务型阅读(每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 71. fear 72.argument(s) 73. trapped 74.interrupted(disturbed) 75. unwillingness(reluctance) 76.change(s)(technology) 77. cause(bring) 78. genes 79. Despite 80. accidentally(incidentally) 第五部分:书面表达(满分 25 分) One possible version: My View on Growing Pains Dear newcomers, On behalf of all the experienced hands, I would like to share my view on growing pains. Just_as_the_two_words_stand_for,_growing_pains_are_the_two_sides_of_one_coin._To_grow,_one_i s_doomed_to_suffer:_with_pains,_one_can_grow_more_steadily. The_point_is,_how_should_we_deal_with_those_pains? My_suggestion_is,_we_should_face_the_pains_directly_but_avoid_extreme_behaviors._It's_unwise_t

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o_either_shy_away_from_the_pain_or_exaggerate_your_suffering._Instead,_a_balanced_attitude_is_a_bett er_solution._For_example,_my_biggest_struggle_lies_in_the_conflict_between_the_impulse_to_play_com puter_games_and_the_obligation_to_study._To_solve_the_problem,_I_talked_with_my_parents_and_persu aded_them_to_let_me_play_once_a_week._The_key_is_I_didn't_lose_myself._Now_learning_for_my_dre am_university_has_surpassed_the_desire_for_games,_making_that_pain_a_precious_memory._Had_I_not_ kept_the_conflict_in_control._I_wouldn't_be_so_peaceful_now. Above is my personal understanding of growing pains, I hope it will be of some help to you. 听力 Text 1 M: The taxi is waiting for us. Let's hurry. W: Wait a minute. I'll take some water with us. That Karaoke doesn't provide water for free Text 2 W: James, hurry up, please! We're going to be late. I reminded you! M: I'm coming, but where have I put my own mobile phone? I can't find it. W: It's here with me. Just beside my mobile phone. You are forgetful. You gave it to me with your iPad just now. Text 3 W: Shanghai Air, may I help you? M: Yes. What's your daily flight schedule from Shanghai to Beijing? W: Uh?Let's see. Our first flight is at 5:38 am, arriving at two to eight am. There is one at 8:00 am, arriving at 10:20 am. Text 4 W: Alright class, now that we're all dressed up; let's see what professions you chose. Ah, I see a fireman, a poilce officer, a medic, and a lifeguard! Can anyone tell me what these people have in common? M: They save people from had things? Text 5 W: Hi, Tom. Where is Mike? Wasn't he going to meet you? M: Yes, maybe. But maybe he lost his way in the smog. It was also possible that he met some friends on the road. Or maybe he decided to come tomorrow. Text 6 W: Sorry, Victor! M: Laura! “Sorry” doesn't cut it! You were supposed to meet me right here forty minutes ago! W: Now! Now! What's a few minutes between friends? M: You don't get it! W: Oh. look! Here's a note on the bulletin board. The new fashions have arrived. I must check them out! Come with me? M: No way! You try on every dress, and it drives me crazy! W: Well, it'll only take a second. Just a tiny look at the new fashions. Aren't you coming in? M: No, thank you. I'll wait outside. Text 7 W: Hello Steve. How are you? M: Oh I'm too bad today, thank you Jane. And you? How did you go in the exams?
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W: I'm not sure. I haven't got all my results yet, but I'm so glad we're coming up to the end of the term. I really need a holily, so I'm going camping with some friends. What are you doing over the break Steve? M: I haven't got any plans yet. I don't really have enough money to fly home. I suppose I could get a parttime job and earn some money, but I don't really want to. Then again, maybe I could start studying for next term. Text 8 M: You know. Susan, I've never had Indian food before. I am really not sure what I should order. W: You've never eaten Indian food before? I thought everyone in Shanghai had by now. Indian food is really trendy right now, extremely fashionable. M: Ye, I know. That is why when you asked me to come I was so excited. I've been wanting to try it for quite some time. So, what do you suggest? W: Well, everyone who eats Indian food usually likes Tandoori chicken. It is a simple dish of chicken that has been covered with spices and then roasted. M: Sounds delicious. What else? W: My favorite is spicy lamb curry. Do you like to eat lamb? M: I love mutton, but I am unable to eat spicy food. It is too hard on my stomach. W: Well, then I'll order the mild lamb curry for you and I'll get the spicy fish curry. M: Fine. What about rice? Isn't it traditional to eat curry with rice? W: That's right! Are you sure you haven't eaten Indian food before? I'll order us both a plate of saffron rice. We need some bread, too. There is a traditional Indian bread called nan. It tastes great with curry and rice. I'll also order us both a plate of nan. M: This is starting to sound like a lot of food. But no worries; I'm starving.
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Text 9 W: Please come in. M: Hello, Janis, my name is Tom Lee. W: Hello, Tom, nice to meet you. What can I do for you? M: Well, I would like to make a special request for leave. You can assist me with this, right? W: Yes, just let me get the special leave form. Oh, where did I put those things? I just received a new batch, and I put them somewhere around here?Oh! Here they are. Now, then, what is your student ID number? M: It's P as in Peter, D as in David 4462. W: PD 4462. Okay. What is your eddress? M: I live here on campus, in the A dormitory, room 122. W: A dormitory, room 122. And your phone number? M: 6387235 W: Very well, and what department do you study in? M: I study in the art department. W: Ah, so you're an artist, how interesting. Who is your course advisor? M: Mr. Glass. Text 10 Snow and rain forecast for Monday morning is expected to bring to an end to the heavy smog that has

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blanketed much of the north for the past two days. Many cities in China were all hit by smog on Sunday, according to the National Meteorological Centre, leaving much of the north of China under a yellow alert for pollution for the second day in a row. The mainland has a four?tier, colour?coded, weather warning system. Red represents the most severe weather, followed by orange, yellow and blue. Beijing has twice issued a red alert when air quality reached dangerous levels, ordering schools to postpone classes and carrying out traffic restrictions. Many local residents have complained of inconveniences caused by the restrictions, and are growing more impatient with authorities' failure to improve the air quality. Official data showed Beijing's PM2.5 levels had improved from January 2015 to October 2015 compared to the same period in 2014, but pollution had bounced back significantly in November and December. Winter months are usually the most polluted in northern China, due to the increased use of central heating in downtown areas and the burning of coal.

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