英 语 试 题
第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题; 每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 21．— Would you mind giving your advice on how to improve our business management? — If you make ______ most of the modern equipment, there will be ______ rise in production. A. /; / clearly understood. A. all in all way 23. Kids will be ______ about everything when they reach a certain age. A. anxious A. making up showing up 25. Scientists are convinced ______ the positive effect of laughter ______ physical and mental health. A. of; at B. by; in C. of; on D. on; at 26. We human beings should be very careful with what we do with nature, ______ power is beyond our understanding. A. that B. which C. whose D. where 27. —What’s all that noise about outside? —Oh, I forgot to tell you. The road to the railway station ______. A. will be widened C. has been widened A. who A. doesn’t A. I will speak ______ black people. A. is; are A. being completed C. completed
B. /; a
C. the; a
D. the; /
22. Mary said she was by no means angry; ______, she was glad to be able to make herself
B. for one thing
C. on the contrary
B. curious B. turning up
C. cautious C. putting up
D. conscious D.
24. Everybody in the village likes Jack because he is good at ______ and telling jokes.
B. is to be widened D. is being widened B. that B. does it B. will I speak C. when C. don’t they C. do I speak D. how D. do they D. I speak
28. It was with the help of the local guide ______ the mountain climber was rescued. 29. It doesn’t matter if they want to come to your party, ______? 30. Only when he apologizes for his rudeness ______ to him again. 31. One-third of the country ______ covered with trees and the majority of the citizens
B. is; is
C. are; are
D. are; is
32. The airport ______ next year will help promote tourism in this area. B. having been completed D. to be completed
33. ______ production up by 60%, the company has another excellent year. A. As A. if B. For B. even though C. With C. unless D. Through D. as long as 34. Tim is in good shape physically ______ he doesn’t get much exercise. 35. — Jack, you seem in high spirits. — ______ We won the match 4-0. A. Guess what? B. So what? C. No wonder. D. No doubt. 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，从每题所给的（A、B、C 和 D）四个选项中选出最佳选 项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 My father left for our native place on Thursday. In fact, he had never traveled by __36__ before, so I just took this opportunity to let him __37__ his first flight. __38__ being asked to book a ticket by train, I got him a ticket on Jet Airways. The moment I handed over the ticket to him, he was surprised. The __39__ was very apparent on his face as we waited for the time of the __40__. Just like a schoolboy, he was __41__ himself on that day, using the trolley (手推车) for his luggage and asking for a window seat. He was __42__ enjoying himself and I, too, watching him experience all these things with __43__. As he was about to go in for the security check-in, he walked up to me with tears in his eyes and __44__ me. He became very __45__ for what I had done meant a great deal to him. I told him there was no need to thank me. Later, I __46__ my life. As a child, how many dreams had our parents made come true? Without __47__ the financial situation, we asked for dresses, toys, outings, etc. They tried to __48__ all our needs. Did we ever say thanks for all they had done for us? Today __49__ it comes to our children, we always think we should give them the best. But we tend to __50__ that our parents have sacrificed a lot to see us happy, so it is our __51__ to make sure their dreams are realized. Old age is like a second childhood and just as we take care of our children, the same __52__ needs to be given to our parents. I want to say sorry for making my father __53__ so long for this small dream to be realized. Just the fact that they are old does not mean that they will have to __54__ everything and keep sacrificing. They have __55__, too. Take care of your parents. They are precious. 36. A. bus 37. A. catch 38. A. In spite of 39. A. pride 40. A. appointment 41. A. encouraging 42. A. thoroughly 43. A. anger 44. A. helped 45. A. honest B. train B. miss B. Because of B. excitement B. dream B. warning B. slowly B. joy B. patted B. childish C. ship C. experience C. In case of C. admiration C. travel C. teaching C. immediately C. shyness C. thanked C. nervous D. air D. change D. Instead of D. ambition D. show D. preparing D. suddenly D. curiosity D. praised D. emotional
46. A. looked for back on 47. A. understanding 48. A. avoid 49. A. unless 50. A. learn 51. A. ability 52. A. song 53. A. struggle 54. A. hand in 55. A. wishes
B. looked down upon C. looked into B. describing B. meet B. because B. express B. responsibility B. advice B. wait B. pick up B. jobs C. solving C. record C. when C. promise C. freedom C. attention C. rest C. pay off C. plans
D. looked D. improving D. check D. though D. forget D. fortune D. thing D. stand D. give up D. suggestions
第三部分：阅读理解（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分）
阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，从每题所给的（A、B、C 和 D）四个选项中选出最佳选 项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A He lost his arms in an accident that claimed his father’s life--who was the main source of support for the family. Since then, he has had to depend on the arms of his younger brother. For the sake of taking care of him, his younger brother became his shadow, never leaving him alone for years. Except for writing with his toes, he was completely unable to do anything in his life. One late night, he suffered from diarrhea (腹泻) and had to wake up his younger brother. His younger brother accompanied him into the toilet and then went back to dorm to wait. But being so tired, his younger brother fell asleep, leaving him on the toilet for two hours till the teacher on duty discovered him. As the two brothers grew up together, they had their share of problems and they would often quarrel. Then one day, his younger brother wanted to live separate from him, living his own life, as many normal people do. So he was heart-broken and didn’t know what to do. A similar misfortune happened to a girl, too. One night her mother, who suffered from chronic mental illness, disappeared. So her father went out looking for her mother, leaving her alone at home. She tried to prepare meals for her parents, only to overturn (弄翻) the kerosene light on the stove, resulting in a fire which took her hands away. Though her elder sister, who was studying in another city, showed her willingness to take care of her, she was determined to be completely independent. At school, she always studied hard. Most of all she learned to be self-dependent. Once she wrote the following in her composition: “I am lucky. Though I lost my arms, I still have legs; I am lucky.” Though my wings are broken, my heart can still fly.” One day, the boy and the girl were both invited to appear on a television interview program. The boy told the TV host about his uncertain future at being left on his own, whereas the girl was full of enthusiasm for her life. They both were asked to write something on a piece of paper with their toes. The boy wrote: My younger brother’s arms are my arms; while the girl wrote: Broken wings, flying heart. They had both endured the same misfortune, but their different attitudes determined the nature of their lives. It is true that life is unpredictable. Disasters can strike at any time.
How you handle misfortune when confronted with it actually is the true test of your character. If you choose only to complain and escape from the misfortune, it will always follow you wherever you go. But if you decide to be strong, the hardship will turn out to be fortune on which new hopes will arise. 56. In the first paragraph, what happened in the accident? A. The boy wasn’t badly injured. B. The boy’s father escaped being hurt. C. The boy’s father was killed. D. The boy’s younger brother was slightly wounded. 57. The girl refused her elder sister’s help, because ______. A. she was lucky and still had two legs B. she wanted to be self-dependent rather than rely on others C. she didn’t want to move to another city D. she enjoyed living separate from others 58. When the girl wrote the words: Broken wings, flying heart, she really meant ______. A. though she lost arms, she still had legs B. her elder sister’s willingness to take care of her could help her fly with wings C. if one had wings, his or her heart could fly D. faced with the misfortune, you should be strong, and you’ll make it B Shortened Library Hours for Spring Break Library Hours have been shortened to 7 hours a day （9:00 a.m.— 4:00 p.m.） for Spring Break from March 24 to March 30. Coming Events ? ? On Monday, March 24, at 10:30 a.m., Scott Sutton, a children’s writer, will tell stories to kids over seven. Sutton’s attractive style will surely inspire everyone present! At 1:00 p.m., on March 26, the Georgetown Musicians will present an Irish Folk Concert, which will be entertaining for the entire family. Come for the music and stay to check out some relevant books for the rest of the week! ? On Thursday, March 27, at 2:00 p.m., the annual Children’s Gathering will take place in Room 201, the second-floor. Pick up an invitation in the Children’s Room and return your RSVP to reserve your seat at the table by 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 25. Only children are allowed in the Gathering. ? At 10:30 a.m. on Friday, March 28, Enzo Monfre of the hit kid’s science show, ENZOology, will bring Fossils Live! Surely Enzo will take the audience back in time, deep beneath the surface of the earth, to uncover the mysteries of killer dinosaurs, and more. Enzo recently appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show — come and see him at the library! Please note：In case of emergency, please call the Help Desk at 926-3736 and follow the procedures outlined on the voice message. The call-down service is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergencies. The Help Desk supplies service to you all the year around! For questions about all these, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Come for the great Fun; Stay for the relevant Books! 59. To attend the annual Children’s Gathering, one has to ______.
A. buy a ticket C. make a reservation A. show the children around a zoo B. tell stories to children over seven C. be present at the science show in person
B. apply in advance D. contact the call-down service
60. According to the passage, Enzo Monfre will ______.
D. lead the children to the Ellen DeGenerse Show 61. The Help Desk in this library supplies service ______. A. only during the daytime B. in case of emergency C. till the end of the Spring Break D. after 22:00 p.m. every day 62. We can learn from the passage that children ______. A. can attend all the activities with their parents B. have access to some relevant books for the activities C. can participate in the activities from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. D. may choose only one of the activities according to their interest C A scientist turns out to be able to see the future by offering each of some four-year-olds a piece of candy and watching how he or she deals with it. Some children reach eagerly for the treat they see. Some last a few minutes before they give in. But others are determined to wait until the last moment. By the time the children reach high school, something remarkable has happened. A survey found that those who as four-year-olds had enough self-control to hold out generally grew up to be more popular, adventurous, confident and dependable. The children who gave in to temptation(诱惑)early were more likely to be lonely, easily frustrated and inflexible(固 守己见的). Actually, the ability to delay reward is a sign of emotional intelligence which doesn’t show up on an IQ test. The hardware of the brain and the software of the mind have long been scientists’ concerns. But brain theory can’t explain what we wonder about most, like the question why some people remain upbeat in the face of troubles that would sink a less resistant soul. Here comes the theory of Daniel Goleman, writer of Emotional Intelligence: when it comes to predicting people’s success, brain ability as measured by IQ may actually matter less than the qualities of mind once thought of as “character”. EQ is not the opposite of IQ. What researchers have been trying to understand is how they work together; how one’s ability to handle stress, for instance, affects the ability to concentrate and put intelligence to use. Among the elements for success, researchers now generally agree that IQ counts for about 20%; the rest depends on everything from social class to luck. While many researchers in this relatively new field are glad to see emotional issues finally taken seriously, some few fear EQ invites misuse. 63. The experiment with the four-year-olds makes it clear that ______.
A. the age of 4 is a proper time for scientific experiment B. emotional intelligence won’t show up until adolescence C. the ability of self-control plays a role in personal success D. candy can be used to measure a person’s emotional intelligence 64. Which of the following is True of EQ and IQ according to the text? A. There is no link between EQ and IQ. B. The higher a person’s IQ is, the higher his or her EQ is. C. Some people can be blessed with lots of both, but some with little of either. D. Scientists are trying to discover the way in which EQ and IQ work together. 65. The underlined word “upbeat” in Paragraph 4 probably means ______. A. kind B. floating C. excited D. optimistic 66. What is most likely to be written in the paragraph that follows? A. Information about famous people with high EQ. B. Examples showing the opposite voice about EQ. C. Some reasons why EQ is a relatively new field. D. Strong demand for basic emotional education. D Michael J. “Crocodile Dundee” (also called Mick), played by Paul Hogan, is the main character in the fictional Crocodile Dundee film series consisting of Crocodile Dundee, Crocodile Dundee II, and Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles. The character is a crocodile hunter, hence the nickname. In the first film, Crocodile Dundee, Mick is visited by a New York reporter, Sue Charlton, who travels to Australia to investigate a report she heard of a crocodile hunter, who had his leg bitten off by a crocodile in the outback. The hunter supposedly walked more than a hundred miles back to civilization and miraculously survived his injuries. However, by the time she meets him, the story turns out to be a somewhat exaggerated legend where the “bitten-off leg” turns out to be just being some bad scarring on his leg; a “love bite” as Mick calls it. Still interested by the idea of “Crocodile Dundee”, Sue continues with the story. They travel together out to where the incident occurred, and follow his route through the bush to the nearest hospital. Despite his old-fashioned views, the pair eventually become close, especially after Mick saves Sue from a crocodile attack. Feeling there is still more to the story, Sue invites Mick back to New York with her, as his first trip to a city (or “first trip anywhere,” as Dundee says). The rest of the film depicts Dundee as a “fish out of water,” showing how, despite his expert knowledge of living outdoors, he knows little of city life. Mick meets Sue’s boyfriend, Richard, but they do not get along. By the end of the film, Mick is on his way home, lovesick, when Sue realizes she loves Mick, too, and not Richard. She runs to the subway station to stop Mick from leaving and, by passing on messages through the packed-to-the-gills crowd, she tells him she won’t marry Richard, and she loves him instead. With the help of the other people in the subway, Mick and Sue have a loving reunion as the film ends. 67. Which of the following statements is true about Mick? A. He is a crocodile hunter living in Los Angeles. B. He is based on a real person in Australia.
C. He got his nickname because of his job. D. He wrote a film series about himself. 68. In the film Crocodile Dundee, Mick ______. A. pretends he was bitten by a crocodile B. urges Sue Charlton to write his life story C. hasn’t been abroad before his trip to America D. shows Sue Charlton around the town he lives in 69. When in New York, Mick ______. A. makes friends with Richard C. feels excited about living in a big city A. a romantic story C. a science fiction B. makes full use of his bush skills D. doesn’t know how to fit into city life B. an action movie D. a frightening story
70. The film Crocodile Dundee can be best described as ______.
第Ⅱ卷（共 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恰当的单词。 注意：每个空格只填一个单词。 Good study habits will contribute to a successful academic future. Good study habits lead to good grades, and good grades lead to applications for better colleges and universities. This in turn will lead to a great career. To be successful, the first thing you need to do is to take responsibility for your actions. You are the only one who can decide your own important things and how to use your time. Your actions today will decide what will happen tomorrow and even in the near future. Your success rests in your own hands. Do not be influenced by others. Be a leader, not a follower. Do not allow your friends to tell you what is important. Keep friends who lead you towards your goals, not away from them. The most important thing to learn to succeed in the classroom is to make full use of your time outside the classroom. Review your class notes and the proper chapters (章节) in your textbooks. Different people work better at different times. Some students work better in the morning, while some can study better in the afternoon, or at night. Nightly review of your notes is a great idea and will help you understand your lessons to a much greater degree. This review will save time in the long run. If you study in the morning, plan to study your hardest subjects first. If you prepare for your lessons in advance, you will be more relaxed in classes. Set the more important things into your plan, have a to-do list and put the most important project first. Once this is done, move to the second most important project. Crossing off each project as you finish will give you a sense of achievement. Choose a study place where you can be comfortable and pay attention to other things that help to improve your productivity (效率). For example, can you study well with soft music in the background? Always challenge yourself. Do not be satisfied with your own school textbooks. Ask questions and do your own research. Share your knowledge and listen to others. When you share your knowledge, you help others increase their knowledge. As an unexpected result,
when you help others, you learn more. Always seek solutions to problems. If you have difficulty understanding something in the book, read it again. If you still cannot understand it, ask the teacher for help. Make sure to look for help immediately or you may fall behind. When you put your best effort into you work, you are already a success! When you follow these study habits successfully, you will develop a sense of satisfaction. This will provide you with a strong feeling of pride because of your achievement. Your good grades will give you confidence for the future. These habits will contribute to a successful and happy future! Title Reason The (71) ______ of good study habits In order to have a great career in the future, we need to form good study habits, which (72) ______ to a successful academic future. ·Be responsible for yourself and don’t be influenced by others. · (74) ______ your spare time reviewing what you have learnt in class. · Make (75) ______ ahead of time so that you will feel relaxed. · Put the most important projects into your (76) ______ and cross off one (73) ______ when you finish it. · Choose to study in a (77) ______ place. · Learn to (78) ______ yourself and share your knowledge with others. · Learn to turn to others for help and try to (79) ______ the problems when facing difficulties. · With these good study habits, you will develop a sense of satisfaction. Conclusion · With these habits, your good grades will make you feel (80) ______ and confident. · With these habits, You will have a successful and happy future.
第五部分: 单词拼写(共 10 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分)
81. Thanks to my teacher’s support and e______, I regained my confidence in study. 82. After a heated a______ with her colleagues, Sue left the meeting room angrily. 83. As we all know, ice-cream is a______ to children, and it’s their favorite. 84. It o______ to me that I had ever seen him before. 85. How did the World Trade Organization come into e______? 86. The beautiful scenery ______(赋予灵感) the composer when he was in Britain. 87. High interest rates ______ (使灰心；劝阻)people from borrowing money. 88. She imagined herself to be ______(优于) to others, which was ridiculous. 89. I can give you a ______ (大概的，粗略的)estimate of the amount of wood you will need. 90. Everyone enjoys the equal and friendly ______(氛围) in this company.
第六部分: 课文填空(共 10 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分)
1. The voyage in space took Yang Liwei 600, 000 kilometers in (91) o ______. It made him China’s first (92) a______ in space. He loved science and technology from a young age. Yang always had a strong (93) d______ to learn how to fly. In 1983, he joined the army and became a pilot in 1987. In 1998, he (94) a______ to be a member of Project 921. Yang was described by his superiors as hard-working and always in control of himself. The people of
China can be (95) p______ of Yang Liwei. 2. Toby wrote a letter telling Aihua about his plan for his (96) a______ in Africa, on which he and his brother will visit so many exciting places and do lots of (97) e______ things. First they will fly to a Northern African country, Morocco. Then they will travel by camel through the Sahara (98) D______. There they are to camp in tents and sleep on the ground in their sleeping bags. However, this trip might be (99) u______ since they will have to sit on camels for six days. Then they will travel (100) d______ River Nile, by starting at Lake Victoria. After that, they will move on to see wild animals in Kenya.
第七部分：书面表达 (满分 15 分)
最近中国的空气质量引起了广泛的关注。请阅读下面的漫画，按要求用英语写一篇短文。 内容要求： 1. 简要描述漫画内容； 2. 简要分析产生这种现象的原因； 3. 针对以上现象谈谈你自己的看法（至少两点） 。
注意： 1.词数 150 左右，开头已经写好，不计入总词数。 2.参考词汇：口罩 mask； 雾霾 haze Recently, the air quality in China ________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________
单项选择 完形 阅读理解 21-35 CCBAC 36-40 DCABC 46-50 DABCD 56-58 CBD 63-66 CDDB CDBBB ADCBA 41-45 DABCD 51-55BCBDA 59-62 CCBB 67-68 CCDA
任务型阅读 71. importance 72. lead/contribute 73. Advice / Suggestions/Tips 74. Spend 75. Prepare 76. plan 77. comfortable 78. challenge 79. solutions 80. confident 81- 85 encouragement 86-90 inspired atmosphere 91-95 orbit astronaut extraordinary desire Desert applied proud argument attractive superior occurred rough existence discourage（d）
One Possible Version： Recently, the air quality in China has raised widespread concern. As is indicated in the picture, an old man and his grandson are taking a walk in the street with masks covering their mouths. As the haze is becoming heavier and heavier, they find it hard to see the buildings and trees around them clearly. The picture conveyed here is that air pollution is quite severe in China. Many factors account for this phenomenon. In the first place, vehicles sending large quantities of poisonous gases are a major source of air pollution. Furthermore, factories that release a great deal of smoke are also responsible for the poor air quality. Besides, burning materials like coal or oil for homes and offices is another major contributor to air pollution. Personally, to better the air quality, the government and the common citizens should make joint efforts. Riding and walking are wise options for public travels. Meanwhile, effective laws are supposed to be made to guarantee good air quality.