12 月 第一部分 听力（共两节，20 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，共 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，你都有 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. In what competition did Julie win first prize? A. Diving competition B. Dancing competition C. Driving competition
2. When did the woman actually arrive? A. At 7:40 B. At 8:40 C. At 8:10
3. Where is the conversation probably taking place? A. In the office B. At home C. In a restaurant
4. What will the woman do this weekend? A. Visit her grandmother B. Prepare for an exam C. Attend an exam
5. What does the woman think of Jim? A. Careful B. Rude C. Careless
第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，共 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 6 段材料，回答 6 至 8 题。 6. What is the weather like now? A. Sunny 7. What is the lowest temperature? A. 1℃ B. 2℃ C.3℃ B. Cloudy C. Windy
8. Why will the two speakers go out to the beach? A. To enjoy the sun. 听第 7 段材料，回答 9 至 11 题。 B. To cool off. C. To escape the rain
9. Where are probably the two speakers? A. In a restaurant. B. In a school dining room C. In a supermarket
10. What does the man think of fried noodles? A. Expensive. B. Too fatty. C. Healthy.
11. What do the two speakers finally decide to eat? A. Pork and greens. 听第 8 段材料，回答 12 至 14 题。 12. Why did the man come from a long way? A. To hear the woman play the piano. C. To see the woman dance. 13. Why does the woman want to make a lot of money? A. She wants to be a rich woman. C. She wants to give it to the Hope Project. 14. Whom is the new school intended for? A. The poor but hardworking children. C. The laid-off workers. 听第 9 段材料，回答 15 至 17 题。 15. What are the two speakers talking about? A. Their favorite basketball teams. C. Their favorite basketball players. 16. What?s the man?s favorite team? A. The Los Angeles Lakers. C. The Philadephia 76ers. 17. What is the result of the match? A. The Los Angeles Lakers won. C. The two teams got the same score. 听第 10 段材料，回答 18 至 20 题。 18. Why can radio make you full of imagination? A. It forces you to listen to it. C. It is more interesting than TV. B. It forces you to form pictures in your mind. B. The Houseton Rockers won. B. The Houseton Rockets. B. An exciting basketball match. B. Homeless children. B. She wants to start a school. B. To listen to the woman sing. B. Sichuan style fish. C. Fried noodles.
19. What are the advantages of using the radio? A. The radio is cheap and portable. C. The radio can offer more information. 20. What can we learn from the passage? A. The invention of TV is a success. radio. C. TV will not take the place of radio. 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) 21. —They are quiet, aren't they? —Yes. They are accustomed ________ at meals. A．to talk B．to not talk C．to talking D．to not talking B. The invention of TV has had a bad effect on B. The radio is portable and convenient.
22. To ________ the child's quick recovery, the doctor gave him a new kind of antibiotic (抗生 素)． A．make B．ensure C．engage D．cause
23. __________ to do the work, I should do it some other way. A. If I should B. If I am C. Were I D. Was I
24. _______ the right decisions_________ the future is probably the most important thing we?ll ever do in our lives. A. Making; concerning Make; concerning 25. Though _________experience, John has good techniques and is full of confidence. A. lacked B. lacking of C. lacking D. lacked in B. Making; concerned C. To make; concerned D.
26. _________ wars and conflicts, the UN helps with other problems such as poverty, disasters and diseases. A. Beside B. Except C. Except for D. Apart from
27. Without the support of the organization, many of the children here __________ out of school. A. will have dropped dropped 28. She has a tense expression on her face__________ she were expecting trouble. B. have dropped C. would have dropped D. had
A. as if
B. what if
C. even if
D. only if
29. _________around, and you?ll find people willing to pay slightly higher prices for green products. A. Asking B. To ask C. Asked D. Ask
30. It?s believed that some natural disasters are __________ human?s activities against the environment. A. in response to B. in favor of C. in contact with D. in a rush to
31. _____ two exams to worry about, I have to work hard this week. A. As B. Besides C. With D. Thanks to
32.---I don?t know when _____________. ---When she _________, I?ll let you know. A. she comes; comes C. she comes; will come B. she will come; comes D. will she come; will come
33. ______ for your laziness, you could have finished the assignment by now. A. Had it not been B. It were not C. Were it not D. Had not it been
34. Try to spend your time just on the things you find ________. A. worth doing them C. worthy to being done B. worth being done D. worthy of being done
35. When they spilled milk on his neck on purpose, he got __________. A. over the moon B. hot under the collar C. on cloud nine D. down in the dumps
第二节 完型填空（共 20 题，每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 请认真阅读下面短文， 掌握其大意， 然后从 36-55 各题所给的四个选项 （A、 B、 C 和 D） 中，选出最佳选项。 Some of the most common American gestures have very different meanings in __36__areas of the world. Take the handshake for example. In America, a strong,___37__handshake shows a confident person, someone you can trust, a good leader, but people might be __38___in Asia and the Middle East where they prefer a much looser handshake. Other American gestures are considered very ___39___ in other countries, such as direct eye contact. To an American, eye contact shows that someone is telling the truth or is ___40___in what he or she hears. __41___ if you lived in parts of Asia or Africa, people might be offended(冒犯). There are many chances for
you to be confused by gestures and body ___42___ when you travel.___43__your head up and down for “yes” and shaking your head from side to side for “no” means the __44______in parts of eastern Europe. The same applies to waving your hand left to right for “hello” or “goodbye”. This can mean “__45___” in Asia and parts of Europe! If you go to Argentina, you might be offended and think someone is calling you crazy when you see them __46__ at their head or ear and move their first finger in a circle. Although this means someone or something is crazy in America, in Argentina, it just means that you have a phone call. If you __48___to get someone to come over to where you are, you might hold out your hand, with the palm up and fingers facing in, and curl your first finger in and__49___. But don?t do that in Asia, because it isn?t very __50___. The last gestures I want to talk about are __51__ we call thumbs up and the OK sign. If you __52__ your hand and hold up your thumb, this gesture is used in many countries, but it means the number one in Germany and Japan __53__ of good job like it does in America. If you __54__ a circle with your thumb and first finger, and point the other three fingers up, you are saying yes or that __55__ is okay if you are in America. But in France in means zero, in Japan it means money, and if you are in Brazil or Germany, it is very rude. 36. A. the 37. A. soft 38. A. happy 39. A. rude 40. A. interested 41. A. And 42. A. movement 43. A. Moving 44. A. opposite 45. A. yes 46. A. point 47. A. want 48. A. wish 49. A. out B. some B. firm B. disappointed B. polite B. bored B. But B. action B. Nodding B. different B. hello B. stare B. make B. hope B. down C. else C. loose C. surprised C. opposite C. glad C. As C. language C. Shaking C. same C. goodbye C. look C. wait C. want C. up D. other D. nice D. sad D. gentle D. satisfied D. Even D. tongue D. Holding D. similar D. no D. feel D. have D. need D. away
50. A. strange 51. A. that 52. A. open 53. A. instead 54. A. draw 55. A. everything
B. polite B. what B. take B. because B. make B. anything
C. rude C. which C. turn C. fond C. move
D. surprising D. whether D. close D. tired D. do
C. something D. nothing
第三部分：阅读理解 (共 10 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分。 ） 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 One day my 13-year-old daughter told me that she was going to spend the afternoon at her friend Jesse?s house. I didn?t doubt it until I called Jesse?s number to remind Liz that it was her turn to walk the dog, and Jesse?s mom picked up the phone and said, “I thought she and Jesse were planning to be at your house.” It turned out that the two of them had decided to hang out at a coffee shop instead. When I questioned my daughter, she replied coldly, “What?s the big deal? You?re such a psycho(精神变态者).” Can you say it is right or wrong for them to behave like that? Their changeable personalities leave you feeling angry and guilty at the same time. In fact, if your kids don?t annoy you from time to time, you?re not doing your job. “There?s nothing wrong about being angry with your child,” Says Laurence Steinberg, Ph.D., author of The 10 Basic Principles of Good Parenting. “Conflict is natural when your innocent, lovely child turns into an adolescent who can hardly tolerate (忍受) you. It?s part of the process of separation.” Kids insisted on their individuality with behavior to purposely drive you crazy. It?s their way of saying, “I am my own person” -- but doing it in a context that?s safe and that has clear limits. So when your little darling changes into a silent person who still expects meals, clothing, and transportation, don?t panic. Here?s how to handle some common problems without losing your temper or your self-respect. 56. It can be learned from the first paragraph that ________. A. Jesse?s mother told a lie C. Liz told a lie to her mother B. the writer was too sensitive D. the writer?s daughter stayed at Jesse?s house
57. By saying “In fact, if your kids don?t annoy you from time to time, you?re not doing your job”, the writer probably means that _________. A. when you are doing a job, your kids shouldn?t annoy you B. parents should be responsible for children?s bad behavior C. parents shouldn?t tolerate their children?s bad behavior D. it?s understandable for kids to annoy their parents 58. What?s the main idea of the third paragraph? A. It?s right for parents to be angry with their children. B. It?s allowed for children to do anything as they like. C. It?s bad behavior for children to drive their parents angry. D. It?s normal for adolescents to go against the wishes of their parents sometimes. 59. What would the writer state in the following paragraphs? A. How to be good parents. B. How to be good children. C. Rules for children to follow. D. How to deal with adolescents? common problems properly. B One day when Mr Smith came home from work, he found his wife very angry about something. Mr Smith always thought that he was more reasonable than his wife, so he started to give her a lecture on the importance of always remaining calm. Finally he said, "It's a waste of your strength to get excited about small things. Train yourself to be patient, like me. Now look at the fly that has just landed on my nose. Am I getting excited or angry? Am I shouting or waving my arms around? No, I'm not. I'm perfectly calm." Just as he had said this, Mr Smith started shouting. He jumped up and began to wave his arms around wildly and cry terribly. He couldn't speak for some time, but at last he was able to tell his wife: the thing on his nose hadn't been a fly, it had been a bee. 60. The first thing Mr Smith did after he got home one day was that _______. A. he taught his wife a lesson, as usual C. he advised his wife to have a good rest 61. We may conclude that Mr Smith _______. B. he tried to persuade his wife to take it easy D. he started to quarrel with his wife
A. was cruel to his wife C. was fond of his wife
B. was impatient with his wife D. looked down on his wife
62. What did Mr Smith do when he discovered what it was on his nose? A. He stood still. C. He remained calm. B. He went on with his lecture. D. He couldn't control himself.
63. This passage was probably written to _______. A. tell you how to be patient when something unpleasant comes up B. show what to do if you have a family member who gets excited easily C. entertain you by telling an interesting story D. show the difficulty of dealing with a family member who gets excited easily C Dear Readers, Think about an 11-year-old child spending her days washing clothes, looking after a baby brother, and doing hard work on the farm. Think about the poor little girl—she knows there will not be enough food for dinner, and has no water to drink because it is not clean. She has watched her father, brother and sister lose their lives as the family has no money to send for a doctor. Hard to believe? For Maria Pastora, these are the facts of life. Maria would gladly walk to school, but her mother, now alone, really needs her at home. Maria has to leave school to work for her poor family. But with only five dollars a week, you can help out a child like Maria. Show her that somewhere, someone will help her. Through Save the Children, you can help Maria?s mother get better crops from their farm, and earn the money to support the family. To help Maria most, your money is to be put together with other helpers?, so hardworking people can help themselves. Build a school or a hospital, make their farm better, and bring in clean water... This is what Save the Children has been about since 1932. For you there are many returns. You can write letters to each other, get photos, or study reports. Know you are helping and saving another person in the same world as you. That?s how Save the Children works. But without you, it can?t work. Please take a moment to fill in this form to help a child like Maria and her village.
It can make such a difference in her life and yours. Save the Children David L. Guyer Chairman 64. This letter mainly tells readers to A. know about poor people C. show pity to poor people 65. It is A. 66 . B. earn some money for poor children D. donate money to help poor children
years since Save the Children was set up. B. 77 . B. what you give is more than what you C. 11 D. 100
66. The last sentence in the letter means
A. if Maria goes to school, you will be rewarded take C. both Maria?s life and yours will change a lot school D
D. Maria and you can help each other at
It was Saturday when the entire summer world was bright and fresh. Tom looked at the fence, which was long and high, feeling all enthusiasm leaving him. He dipped his brush into the whitewash before moving it along the top board of the fence. He knew other boys would arrive soon with all minds of interesting plans for this day. As walking past him, they would tease him for having to work on a beautiful Saturday—which burnt him like fire. He, putting his hands into his pockets and taking out all he owned with the expectation of letting someone paint, found nothing that could buy half an hour of freedom. At this dark and hopeless moment, a wonderful idea occurred to him, pouring a great bright light into his mind. He took up his brush and continued to work pleasantly with calm and quietness. Presently, Ben Rogers came in sight—munching an apple and making joyful noises like the sound of a riverboat as he walked along. Tom went on whitewashing, paying no attention to the steamboat. “Hello!” Ben said, “I?m going swimming, but you can?t go, can you?” No answer. Tom moved his brush gently along the fence and surveyed the result. Ben came nearer. Tom?s mouth watered for Ben?s apple while he kept painting the fence. Ben said, “That?s a lot of work, isn?t it?”
Tom turned suddenly saying “Here you are! Ben! I didn?t notice you.” “I?m going swimming,” Ben said. “Don?t you wish you could go? Or would you rather work?” Tom said, “Work? What do you mean ?work??” “Isn?t that work?” Tom continued painting and answered carelessly, “Maybe it is, and maybe it isn?t. All I know is it suits Tom Sawyer.” “Do you mean that you enjoy it?” “I don?t see why I oughtn?t to enjoy it.” “Does a boy have a chance to paint a fence frequently” said Tom. Ben stopped munching his apple. Tom moved his brush back and forth—stepped back to note the effect—added a little paint here and there. Ben watched every move, getting more and more interested, more and more absorbed1. After a short time, he said, “Tom, let me whitewash a little.” Tom seemed to be thinking for a moment before he said, “No, Aunt Polly wants this fence to be perfect. If it was the back fence, maybe you could do it. But this fence beside the street is where everybody can see it. It has to be done right.” “Oh, come on, let me try. I?ll be careful. Listen, Tom. I?ll give you part of my apple if you let me paint.” “No, Ben, I?m afraid—” “I?ll give you all the apple!” Tom handed the brush to Ben with unwillingness on his face but alacrity in his heart. While the riverboat worked and sweated in the hot sun, Tom, an artist sat in the shade close by, munching his apple, and planning how he could trick more of the boys. Before long there were enough boys each of whom came along the street; stopped to laugh but soon begged to be allowed to paint. By the middle of the afternoon, Tom had got many treasures while the fence had had three layers of whitewash on it. If he hadn?t run out of whitewash, he would have owned everything belonging to the boys in the village. Tom said to himself that the world was not so depressing after all. He had discovered a great law of human action: in order to make a man cover a thing, it is only necessary to make the thing difficult to attain. 67. By using “Tom continued painting and answered carelessly”, the author shows Tom ______ when he was talking to Ben. A. made mistakes B. damaged things C. was natural D. wasn?t concentrating
68. The underlined word “alacrity” in the last but two paragraph most probable means “______”. A. kindness B. discouragement C. sympathy D. eagerness
69. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? ________ A. Tom did not want to go swimming at all B. Tom was asked to help Aunt Polly paint the fence C. Tom did not get along well with his friends D. Tom was very busy that Saturday afternoon. 70. We can draw a conclusion from the last paragraph that _______. A. forbidden fruit is sweet. C. all good things must come to an end. B. a friend in need is a friend indeed. D. a bad excuse is better than none.
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图表中的空格里填入最恰当的单词。 注 意：每空一词。 Preparing meals three times a day takes a great deal of time, so more and more people eat out. But how do we keep a healthy balance when eating out? There are a few simple things we can do to improve our overall health when eating out. The first thing to take into consideration is portion( 份量) size. This is a huge problem in eating out that can often lead to weight gain. Most restaurants provide larger meals than you should be eating in one sitting. So a basic key to eating out is eating less of your main meal. One way to control this if you?re at a restaurant is to ask only half your meal to be brought out and the other half boxed to take home for later. If you?re eating fast food, a good way to go is ordering a kid?s meal which has more proper portions. However, we all want to be satisfied at the end of a meal and how do we do that if we aren?t eating tons of food? We can help control our appetite(食欲) in many ways. One way is to carry around healthy snacks that you can take between meals to help with your hunger. Another suggestion is to drink one or two full cups of water before eating your meal. Not only is water important to your health, but it?ll help you become full faster. One more thing to think about is making healthy choices to start with. Order a cup of water instead of coffee or alcohol. Water helps you cut out needless calories. Most menus now have meals with low fat. Go for those meals. Also think about healthy soup instead of the fries the meal
comes with, or fresh fruit. In short, we can eat out in a healthy way if we just pay attention to what we eat and how we eat it. Then our health won?t get out of control because we eat out. Title: How to eat out in a healthy way Tips ● Asking only half your meal to be ● Eating less of the brought out and the other half boxed to （72） ▲ take home for later. portion size ●Ordering a kid?s meal （73） ▲ more proper portions when eating fast food Helping with your hunger Carrying around healthy （75） Controlling appetite Drinking 1-2 full cups of water before the meal. ▲ between （76） ▲ ●Doing （77） ▲ to your health. ● Helping you become full faster. ●（78） ▲ Making healthy choices to start with a cup of water instead of Helping cut out ●Going for meals with low fat. ●Choosing soup or （79） ▲ the meal. 第五部分 单词拼写（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分,共 10 分） 81.During the ceremony, the hen laid an egg, and everyone couple because it was considered very lucky. 82.I have fond childhood memories of Bonfire Night, but my American friends are not （熟悉，通晓）with that particular festival. 83.You will have the chance to join one of these large assemblies and take part in the dancing, listen to traditional （描述，叙述；账目） of bravery, and play games. （道贺，祝贺）the new to go with （80） ▲ calories. ● Avoiding（74）▲ weight. main meal. （71） ▲
coffee or alcohol.
84. If you speak their language you will get a friendlier ________ (接待)． 85. There are lots of （重要的； 令人愉快的； 值得花时间的） programmes like this under
the umbrella of the UN that have helped millions of people across the world. 86. We have no a but to leave.
87.I am pleased to have this chance today to talk to you about the United Nations, or the UN, as it is more often r 88.Apart from the u other problems. 89. You know in many countries people point with their first finger. However, in Brunei that can cause o , so we use our thumb to point. to getting up early to study English. to. problems caused by wars and conflicts, the UN helps countries with
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第六部分. 书面表达（满分 15 分） 目前，越来越多的家长花巨资送孩子出国学习，且呈低龄化，某英文报社就这一问题做了 调查，并开辟了专栏讨论。请你根据所给的提示，以 On Teenagers Studying Overseas 用英 语写一篇 120 字左右的短文。 1．38％的人赞成这种做法: ①可以接受良好的教育,将来有更多发展机会。②能锻炼独 立生活的能力；③能了解不同文化，开阔视野 2. 62％的人不赞成这种做法 ①花钱太多，是在国内花费的十倍，增加父母负担；②孩 子太小，在陌生的环境中容易学坏等。 3．你的看法。 On Teenagers Studying Overseas Nowadays more and more people are sending their children overseas for further study, even at middle school age. …