Ⅰ 功能交际（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） . 请阅读下列对话，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出可以填入空白 处的最佳选项，使对话完整。 1. —Would you like some more rice? —____, please. A. No more B. Just a little C. I
’ve had enough D. Yes, I would
2. —I’m sorry I broke your cup. —Oh, really? ____. A. It’s OK with me B. It doesn’t matter C. Don’t be sorry D. It’s useless
3. —Hi, Professor Li. What time is it now? Are we late? —____. It’s five past eight already. A. I’m afraid so B. I don’t think so C. I believe it D. I’m sure not
4. —How is your work going? —____ A. Not too well, I’m afraid. B. Quite good. What about you? C. Fine, how are you then? D. Well, thanks a lot. 5. —How about adding some salt to the soup? —____ It tastes a little light. A. No way. C. Not at all. B. Why not? D. No matter.
6. —I’m sorry I can’t give you any help, though I’d like to. —That’s OK. ____. A. It’s not your fault C. I don’t care B. I hate your help D. Thank you all the same
7. —I was worried about math, but Mr. Brown gave me an A! —____ That’s a difficult course.
A. Have a good luck. C. Congratulations!
B. Not really. D. You do?
8. —I want to ask you a favor. Could you drive my daughter to the airport? —____ A. Shall I get the ticket for her? B. Yeah, I like that. C. You bet I will.
D. Sure, it’d be a pleasure. 9. —I’m dead tired. I can’t go any further. —____, you can do it. A. Feel free B. Come on C. I’m easy D. Got it
10. —I’m applying to Oxford University for a scholar-ship. —____. A. Gook luck C. No problem B. It’s up to you D. Not at all
11. —Mrs. Smith asked me to remind you of the meeting this afternoon. Don’t you forget it! —OK, I ____. A. won’t B. don’t C. will D. do
12. —Would you buy some stamps for me? —____. A. With pleasure C. Never mind B. You’re welcome D. Don’t mention it
13. —It took me ten years to finish the research paper. —Well, you know what they say. ____. A. There is no smoke without fire B. Practice makes perfect C. All roads lead to Rome D. No pains, no gains 14. —How did you find your visit to Beijing, Mary? —____. A. Oh, wonderful indeed B. I went there alone
C. First by train and then by ship D. A guide showed me the way 15. —Excuse me, sir, is the library open all day? —____. Only from 8:00 am to 10:00 am. A. That’s right B. Yes, of course
C. Sorry, I’m not sure D. Sorry, I’m afraid not Ⅱ 语法填空 (共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) . 用方框中所给单词的适当形式填空（有两个词是多余的） 。 luck; destroy; belong; admit; smell; reach; develop; persuade; include; base; encourage; believe; injure; whom; when; determine; speak 16. The teacher’s words were a great ____ to the little boy, and ever since he has studied very hard. 17. It would be ____ that such an honest man should have betrayed his friends. 18. The film ____ on a novel with the same name. 19. In the 17th century English began ____ in many other countries. 20. I had forgotten my key, but ____ John was there and let me in. 21. Don’t let yourself ____ into buying things you don’t want. 22. The fish ____ bad after so many days. You’d better throw it away. 23. I will never forget the five days ____ I worked in the village with you. 24. Many people get ____ in traffic accidents every year just for breaking traffic rules. 25. Shelters are being built for the survivors whose homes ____ by the earthquake. 26. This book ____ to me. It’s mine. 27. All the people were excited to watch the torch relay, ____ me. 28. With the ____ of economy, people are living more and more happily. 29. He is so clever and studies so hard. I’m sure he ____ to Peking University next year. 30. She has set a new record, that is, the sales of her latest book ____ 50 million copies.
Ⅲ 完形填空 . 阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出可 以填入空白处（31 至 45）的最佳选项。 When I first met Kate, I was seven and had been sent back many times to the adoption agency (领养机构) by foster moms. Yes, I was a(n) 31 as my mother 32 inside,
couldn’t give me the care I needed. I didn’t know how to tell people I so I often lost my temper. When 33
whether I would mind living with her before the adoption should be
finalized, my answer was yes. Then the following week, I moved in with my new mom, Kate, excited and she got to know me. I had my own room and mom did lots of nice things for me. Every day, she told me that she 36 thought if I acted she could hurt me. I picked fights over little things and lost my tem-per when I didn’t get my But she never lost patience. One day, after we to tell me to start and families didn’t 41 40 . me, but that love was not enough to 38 37 the hurt inside. I even 39 34 , for I wondered if she would change her mind 35
enough, she would leave me like others. So I hurt her
over homework, I waited for her
42 . But, instead, she told me that she would never send me back 43 each other. Then it moved me and I knew she was different. 44 adopted me, the whole family
I cried and hugged her. A year later, when she celebrated at a restaurant. It felt good 45
My mom was a hero because she never gave up on me. 31. A. orphan 32. A. destroyed 33. A. requested 34. A. satisfied 35. A. but 36. A. loved 37. A. rid 38. A. good B. child B. wounded B. believed B. disappointed B. once B. cared B. treat B. bad C. teenager C. hurt C. asked C. scared C. until C. valued C. heal C. hard D. adult D. harmed D. insisted D. worried D. though D. needed D. wipe D. well
39. A. after 40. A. ways 41. A. finished 42. A. preparing 43. A. give up on 44. A. directly 45. A. giving Ⅳ 阅读理解 . 第一节：判断正误
B. when B. gifts B. quarreled B. staying B. give in to B. finally B. offering
C. while C. aims C. talked C. leaving C. give up to C. formally C. belonging
D. before D. results D. discussed D. packing D. give over to D. positively D. turning
阅读下面短文，判断句子正（T=True） 、误（F=False） 。 In most cases, distance learning is done via the Internet. In order to participate in distance learning there are some computer skills that are necessary before you begin. Here are some things you will probably need to know about using a computer for distance learning. First of all, you will need to know how to boot up a computer, or turn it on. This is a very simple task that believe it or not, some people are still nervous about. All you have to do is push the power button and after it boots up, type in a password to log into (登录) the system. In most cases, you will need to know how to type. Many distance learning programs are completely done via the Internet, so if you cannot type, you should start practicing. You do not have to type 50 words per minute, but a general knowledge of keyboarding is needed. Much of your work will likely have to be sent via email or some other file exchanging programs. If you are allowed to mail or bring in your assignments, many instructors will still require you to have the assignment typed out. You will have to know how to get on the Inter-net. Depending on what type of connection you have and the way your computer is set up, you may have to type in a password to be able to connect to the Internet. You will need to have a basic understanding of a web page browser such as Internet Explorer. While many people learn by trial and error, it is best to have some-one go over the basics with you. If you know how to do all of these things, you should be able to take distance
learning classes online. Of course there are always exceptions where you will need to know more. It just depends on your field of study. ( ( ( ) 46. Distance learning is usually done via the Internet. ) 47. Some people are nervous about turning on a computer. ) 48. Before you start distance learning, what you only need to learn is how
to turn on a computer and how to get on the Internet. ( ) 49. If you want to turn in your assignments online, you need to type 50
words per minute. ( ) 50. Sometimes, you may type in a password to connect to the Internet.
第二节：匹配 Joseph, Mary, Jack, Mike 和 Emily 都打算利用业余时间选择一个网站学习。 第 51 至第 55 题是他们的个人情况介绍。阅读下面六个网站栏目的简介（A、B、 C、D、E 和 F） ，选出符合各人需要的最佳选项。选项中有一项是多余的。 51. Joseph is a four-year-old boy and is curious about the community and the outside world. So his mom wants to choose a website for him to learn the out-side world through some interesting activities. 52. Mary recently gets angry easily about everything and sometimes she is depressed. She wants to learn some tips to deal with her emotions. 53. Jack is fond of all kinds of sports but sometimes he has difficulty in remembering things, so he wants to use his spare time to learn how to improve his memory. 54. Mike likes sports and he wants to learn about differ-ent kinds of sports. He also wants to be an athlete so the stories of kid athletes attract him greatly. 55. Emily is a very kind girl and concerned about her mother’s health very much. She wants to learn some new recipes and cook for her mother after her mother finishes a day’s tiring work. A. Kids’ World Sports (pbskids.org/kws) The website includes information on different games, sports, as well as a section of profiles on kid athletes. B. DragonflyTV (pbskids.org/dragonflytv) Ice Skating: We’re good friends and our
favorite activity is figure skating. Even though we’ve been competing for years, our
heads still get jumbled during spins. So, we wanted to figure out what makes us the most dizzy: How we hold our heads when we spin or where we look? C. It’s My Life (pbskids.org/itsmylife) Information for kids on emotional topics like depression, dealing with anger, and grief. D. Mister Roger’s Neighborhood (pbskids.org/rogers) Mister Roger’s kitchen! It includes plenty of yum-my recipes to try and learn at home. Simply click on the interactive areas of the kitchen for different recipes. E. DragonflyTV (pbskids.org/dragonflytv) Exercise and Memory: kids look for a relationship between exer-cise and performance on a memory test. It talks about some exercises that can make brains work better. F. Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood (pbskids.org /rogers /parentsteachers / series/ summary.html) A “television visit” between Mister Rogers and his young viewers. The series is geared (适合于) primarily to 2-to 5-year-olds, but appropriate for all ages. With his caring and trusting ways, Mister Rogers creates a calm, safe place for children to learn about them-selves, about others, and about the world around them. 第三节：阅读并选择小标题 阅读下面短文，然后从给出的 A、B、C、D、E、F 选项中为每个段落选择 恰当的小标题。 （有一个多余选项）
A. Technical experts with a wide horizon are expected B. Fail to achieve my ideal aim C. Broaden my knowledge by communicating with people D. The difficulties I met when studying in a liberal arts university E. Put my ideas to practice F. Plan to become an engineer and humanist 56. Engineering students are supposed to be examples of practicality and rationality (理性), but when it comes to my college education I am an idealist and a fool. In high school I wanted to be an electrical engineer and, of course, any reasonable student
with my aim would have chosen a college with a large engineering department, many famous professors and lots of good labs and research equipment. But that’s not what I did. 57. I chose to study engineering at a small liberal arts(文科) university that doesn’t even offer a major in electrical engineering. Obviously, this was not a practical choice; I came here for more noble reasons. I wanted a broad education that would provide me with flexibility (灵活) and a value system to guide me in my job. I wanted to open my eyes and expand my horizon by communicating with people who weren’t studying science or engineering. My parents, teachers and other adults praised me for such a wise choice. They told me I was wise and grown-up beyond my 18 years, and I believed them. 58. I headed off to the college and was sure I was going to have an advantage over those students who went to big engineering “factories” where they didn’t care if you had values or were flexible. I was going to be a complete engineer: technical expert and excellent humanist (人道主义者) all in one. 59. Now I’m not so sure. Somewhere along the way my noble ideas crashed into reality, as all noble ideas finally do. After three years of struggling to balance math, physics and engineering courses with liberal arts courses, I have learned there are reasons why few engineering students try to reconcile (协调) engineering with liberal arts courses in college. 60. The reality that has blocked my path to become the typical successful student is that engineering and the liberal arts simply don’t mix as easily as I supposed in high school. Individually they shape a person in very different ways. The struggle to reconcile the two fields of study is difficult.
第四节：阅读表达 阅读下面短文，请根据短文后的要求答题。 （请注意问题后的词数要求） Children think youngsters who wear glasses look smarter and are more honest than those _____________, according to a U.S. study of 80 children. In addition, the researchers found that children tend not to judge peers who wear glasses in terms of appearance, potential (潜在性) as a playmate, or likely athletic abilities. These findings may help comfort children as they’re fitted for their first pair of glasses. If the impression of looking smarter will appeal to (迎合……的兴趣) a child, I would use that information and tell the child it is based on research. Most kids getting glasses for the first time are sensitive about how they’re going to look. Some kids simply refuse to wear glasses, because they think they’ll look ugly. The study included 42 girls and 38 boys, aged 6 to 10. They were shown 24 pairs of pictures of children. Each pair of pictures included one child with glasses and one child without glasses. The children were asked a series of questions about each pair of photos. About two-thirds said children wearing glasses looked smarter than those without glasses, and 57 percent said children wearing glasses looked more honest. The children’s answers to other questions about who they’d rather play with, who looked better at sports, and who looked more shy weren’t consistent enough for the researchers to arrive at any solid conclusions. What was clear was that the children didn’t consider kids with glasses to be unattractive. 61. What is the best title of the passage? (Please answer within 10 words.) 62. Which sentence in the passage can be replaced by the following one? Most children who wear glasses for the first time are rather concerned about their appearance. 63. Please fill in the blank in the first paragraph with proper words to complete the sentence. (Please answer within 10 words.) 64. What does the author mainly want to tell us in Para-graph 2? (Please answer within 10 words.) 65. Translate the underlined sentence into Chinese.
第五节：填空 阅读下面短文，根据所读内容在文后第 66 至第 75 小题的空格处填上适当的 单词或短语。注意：每空不超过 3 个单词。 Over years of study, Paco has discovered that people act in predictable ways when they are shopping. Successful shops adapt themselves to these habits. Men and women shop in different ways. Men like to decide what they want before they shop. Then they go straight out and get it without buying anything else. Seventy-five percent of men who try clothes on buy them straight away. Only thirty-five percent of women do the same. Men also prefer not to talk to the shop assistant. Women enjoy the shopping experience more. They will shop first and decide what they want later, trying different things out along the way. Women also like to take their time. A shopping trip may take a man and a woman two or three hours. Paco suggests that shops provide “nurseries” for men, with video games and a TV turned to a sports channel. The women can then shop in peace while the men play. According to Paco, these differences can date from “hunter-gather” period of human history. Men were hunters. They focused on stalking (偷偷接近) animals and then killing them. Women gathered wild vegetables and fruits. They needed to be patient, to talk to each other and to cover as much ground as possible.
Different Sex Men
Ways Compared to 70 67 Both 71 their
Features ? ? 68 , shopping later; Buying what they need without hesitation; ? 69 72 ; Shopping first, deciding later; Preferring to talk to the shop assistant.
? ? ?
Patient and 75 as much
第六节：简答题 阅读下面短文，根据第 76 至第 78 小题的具体要求，简要回答问题。 Weighing too much can damage your health, and obesity is a growing problem for both kids and adults around the world. Sleep might be one answer to the problem. A new study has found that elementary school students who sleep too little are more likely to gain pounds. Past studies have shown a link between sleeping less and weighing more, but scientists have had a tough time determining “which came first, the chicken or the egg,” says Julie C. Lumeng of the University of Michigan. To get a better idea of which causes which, Lumeng and his colleagues interviewed the parents of 785 third graders. The parents answered questions about how well their kids slept that year. Three years later, the parents answered the same questions.
By sixth grade, 18 percent of kids involved in the study were obese. Over the 3 years of the study, the children averaged a healthy 9.5 hours of sleep a night. Some kids, however, slept a lot more or less than others. For the sixth graders, every hour of sleep above the 9.5-hour average is linked to a 20 percent lower risk of being overweight. Sleep appears doubly (倍加) important for the third graders. Every extra hour of sleep above the 9.5-hour average is linked to a 40 percent drop in obesity. 76. Find in the passage a word closest in meaning to the underlined word “obese”. ___________________________________________ 77. According to the study by Lumeng and his colleagues, who may easily be influenced by less sleep, the third graders or the sixth graders? （回答词数不超过 8 个） ___________________________________________ 78. What is the main idea of the passage? （回答词数不超过 8 个）
___________________________________________ Ⅴ 智力测试 . 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出符合各题的最佳选项。 79. Which of the four is least like the other three? A. brain C. philosophy B. light D. metal of
80. What a scientific worker needs is the down-to-earth attitude instead talking. The underlined A. honest C. hard-working word means _____. B. practical D. thoughtful
81. Which word does not go with the others? A. yellow B. dark C. red D. blue
82. Maria’s gift in literature soon found favour in her teacher’s eyes. The underlined phrase means _____. A. was decided by her teacher B. came from her teacher’s help C. was good at describing her teacher’s eyes D. much attracted her teacher 83. It goes without saying that a person must behave himself. What does the underlined phrase mean? A. 直言不讳 C. 不值一提 B. 不言而喻 D. 不辞而别
84. When was the first modern Olympic Games held? A. In 1596. C. In 1896. B. In 1796. D. In 1900.
85. The picture (Right) is made with matches. How to turn it into one with only three squares by taking away two matches from it? 86. Take six letters away from CHOCOLATE, and you can make something you wear with the letters that are left. What is it? 87. A man stood on the side of the boat in the river. His feet were 50 cm away from
the water. The water rose at 25 cm/h. How soon would the water reach his feet? 88. Divide 45 into 4 parts this way: after you add 2 to the first part, take 2 away from the second part, multiply (乘) the third part by 2 and make the fourth part divided by 2, all the results are the same. Can you divide it?
Ⅵ 写作 . 第一节：英汉互译 根据括号内的提示将汉语译成英语，或将英语译成汉语。 89. 我们都非常关心他的健康。(concerned) 90. 她讨厌你是因为你背后说了她的坏话。(because) 91. 自从我学会下象棋以来，这是我第一次赢。(it) 92. 这部影片是根据 D· 劳伦斯的小说改编的。 (base) H· 93. 就是你的错误导致了这起事故。(It be ... that) 94. 地震后，那座城市已成了一片废墟。(in ruins) 95. Once you begin, you must continue. 96. The hot weather lasted until September last year. 97. This old house has seen better days. 98. The spaceship makes it possible to travel to the moon. 第二节：读写任务（共 1 小题，满分 25 分） 阅读下面的短文，然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 Just before noon on Sunday, volunteers (志愿者) are getting ready to serve a lunch of fried chicken, corn and peas in Americus, Georgia, USA. Kenyota Peterson stands ready and she has packed with ice and drinks to go with the 246 meals that will be served in the next hour. Kenyota Peterson, aged 16, has offered an important help around the kitchen and dining area. This is her first experience as a volunteer and she is a role model due to her hard work and cheerful spirit. Kenyota is one of the young volunteers who have been an important part of shelter operations since a string of deadly tornadoes (龙卷风) swept through this part of Georgia three days ago. “This is my first time volunteering, and I like it. I thought
it would never happen to us, but now I know it can. I like volunteering because I’m putting all my energy to good use by helping other people,” Kenyota said. At the end of a long day, Kenyota was cleaning the floor after hours of filling and refilling ice and drinks. She flashed (闪现) a smile when someone called her a hero for being such a good role model for other young people, who are also discovering the value of volunteer work. [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， 以“志愿者”为主题叙述自己或周围朋友的一次当志愿者或 帮助他人的经历，并包括如下要点： a. 讲述当志愿者或帮助他人的经过； b. 当志愿者或帮助他人时的表现及想法。 [写作要求] 1. 作文中可使用自己或朋友的经历或虚构的故事， 也可以参照阅读材料的内 容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。 [评分标准] 概括准确，语言规范，内容合适，篇章连贯。