2015-2016 学年高一学情检测英语试卷 2015.12 第一卷（共 85 分）
第一部分: 听力理解 (共 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. Who is the man? A. A student. B. A salesman. C. A policeman. 2. What does the woman want to do? A. Cancel the meeting. B. Change the time of the meeting. C. Skip the meeting. 3. What do we know about the man? A. He has never been across the ocean. B. He does not understand what the woman means. C. He likes mathematics a lot. 4. What kind of job would the woman prefer? A. Any job with a high salary. B. An average job with a nice salary. C. An exciting job with an average salary. 5. What are the speakers talking about? A. The weather. B. What happened last night. C. Sleeping problems. 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 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. What is special about the meal? A. The amount of food. B. The price of food. C. The kind of food. 7. What does the man suggest the woman do? A. Try a dessert. B. Try his favorite meat. C. Eat as much as possible. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What did the man ask the woman to do? A. Take a break. B. Take more pictures. C. Show him the photos. 9. Why did the man complain? A. The beach was dirty. B. There were no pictures of him. C. The weather was bad. 10. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The woman is very selfish. B. The man will copy his pictures into his PC. C. The speakers are on vacation. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Why does the man wish to break up with his girlfriend? A. She is not as pretty as she once was. B. They don’t get along well. C. He will move soon. 12. What does the woman think of the matter? A. The man should not take the job.
B. The man might be reasonable. C. The man should maintain this relationship. 13. How does the man think his girlfriend will feel at his decision? A. Sad. B. Calm. C. Happy. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. What is the woman looking for? A. Some saucepans. B. Some frying pans. C. Some plates. 15. When did she first see them? A. This morning. B. Yesterday. C. Some days ago. 16. What did the man ask the woman to do? A. Have a look at the window display. B. Check all the kitchenware in stock. C. Describe the item she wanted. 17. How might the woman feel in the end? A. Disappointed. B. Excited. C. Surprised. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What happened to the elderly gentleman? A. He got stuck in the doors of the train. B. He missed the train. C. He was seriously injured on the train. 19. What do we know about the gentleman’s wife? A. She was in great panic. B. She cried for help. C. She remained calm. 20. Who offered to help solve the problem? A. The speaker and two other men. B. The conductor. C. Nobody. 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） 请认真阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上 将该项涂黑。 21. It is still uncertain _________ side effect the medicine will bring about, although about two thousand patients have taken it. A. what B. that C. how D. whether 22. — Why didn’t you have a camping holiday last week? — I _________, but I hurt my leg. A. had B. was going to C. am going to D. did 23. We will hire ______ is most qualified. A. whomever B. no matter who C. whoever D. whatever 24. —Peter once ________ English at Oxford University for three years and now is a speaker. —No wonder he ________ perfect English. A. had taught ; spoke B. taught ; speaks C. is teaching ; has spoken D. has been teaching ; will speak 25. ___________ an important decision more on emotion than on reason, you will regret sooner or later. A. Bases B. Basing C. Base D. To base 26. —What fine weather today! —________. Let’s go swimming together. A. So it does B. So is it. C. So does it D. So it is. 27. Our government doesn't do a good job of __________ our historical sites. A. reserving B. preserving C. preventing D. defending 28. It is the second time you _____late this week. A. had arrived B. arrived C. have arrived D. arrive 29. Many policemen and soldiers are ______ the forest _____ the prisoner escaping from prison. A. searching for; searching B. searching; searching C. searching; in search of D. in search of; searching for 30. By the time I see you again, I _________ from that school.
A. have graduated B. graduated C. will have graduated D. graduate 31. The factory produces half a million pairs of shoes every year, and 80% _________are sold abroad. A. of which B. which of C. of them D. of that 32. — I’m frustrated after so many failures. I can’t see any hope. — Behind every misfortune _____! A. does an opportunity lie B. is an opportunity lying C. lies an opportunity D. an opportunity lies 33. At least 200,000 people were reported ______ in the ever recorded worst earthquake that struck Haiti that winter. A. being killed B. to be killed C. killing D. to have been killed 34. _____ is known to all is that effective measures should be taken to deal with the problem of the over-exploiting of our resources. A. What B. It C. As D. Which 35. ---Why was he fired by the company? --- He happened to _____________ a laptop computer from the company. A. be seen steal B. be seen stealing C. be caught to steal D. have caught stealing 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 认真阅读下列短文，从所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。 TV and newspaper reporters often go out to find and report news to the rest of the world. Sometimes they have 36 job. Reporters usually take _37 with them if they want to get some film of events and places when they report live on TV. Live reports are those in which reporters talk to the person 38 the news and are 39 right at the moment of speaking on TV Mark Tailor, an Australian reporter, gave a live report on TV news the other day from Strakkan just after the President had made 40 that the parliament （议会） had been stopped. 41 , shortly before giving his live report, his life had been in danger. The situation had been 42 but he had got caught up in some ugly scenes and the 43 happened just outside the parliament building. Crowds of people rushed out onto the street, and some were 44 the President and some were against. The crowd outside the parliament was quiet and 45 at first, but then someone threw a fire bomb and 46 broke out. 47 Mark Tailor’s cameraman started filming people who were protesting against the President, the crowded got 48 . It would have been all right perhaps if he hadn’t been among the crowd, but they 49 him and broke his camera. Mark Tailor himself got 50 to the ground when he went to help his cameraman. He lay 51 because he thought the crowd would have killed him if he had tried to get up. 52 for him, a big policeman 53 and the crowd backed off. He and the cameraman were able to get away 54 . If it hadn’t been for the policeman just then, Mark Tailor probably wouldn’t have given his report and it would have been a very 55 story. 36. A. a wonderful B. a dangerous C. an exciting D. an unforgettable 37. A. assistants B. cameras C. films D. cameramen 38. A. listening to B. hearing C. presenting D. giving 39. A. reported B. filmed C. recorded D. written 40. A. a chat show B. a conversation C. a live report D. an announcement 41. A. But B. However C. So D. Therefore 42. A. reasonably calm B. quite hopeless C. rather bad D. very difficult 43. A. accident B. event C. story D. adventure 44. A. for B. with C. after D. by 45. A. prevented B. stopped C. controlled D. watched 46. A. the quarrel B. arguing C. a fire D. fighting
47. A. Since B. Unless C. While D. When 48. A. angry B. frightened C. curious D. excited 49. A. found B. robbed C. attacked D. shot 50. A. knocked B. caught C. laid D. killed 51. A. very calm B. peaceful C. very still D. wounded 52. A. Astonishingly B. Curiously C. Terribly D. Fortunately 53. A. shouted B. appeared C. gathered D. disappeared 54. A. unnoticed B. uninjured C. unprepared D. unpunished 55. A. surprising B. exciting C. different D. disappointing 第三部分：阅读理解（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） A It’s often interesting to take a look at some of the lists that arrive toward the end of the year such as top devices, best gadgets, most desirable high-tech gift and more. Apart from cell phones and tablets, and Apple and Samsung products, this year many other gadgets made it on the most wanted list from Yahoo Tech and the most searched list from Bing.com. Read on to find out what they are. Wireless headphone Portable Bluetooth headphones represent the next evolution in headphone technology. If you have a compatible smartphone with Bluetooth, the obvious benefit is that you can get rid of the wires snaking from your backpack or pocket. Many of the wireless headphones in the market also have a built-in microphone for taking calls hands-free. Product to buy: Beats Studio Wireless Features: Signature look, and powerful audio performance with intense bass and high-mid boosting, plus plenty of accessories. Price: 1898 yuan Smartwatch The primary advantage of a smartwatch over traditional watches is that they reduce how often you have to pull your phone out of your pocket. With it, the information on your smartphone goes straight to your wrist, and you can decide first if they are worth dealing with. Product to buy: Pebble smartwatch Features: Understated design, with easy setup and instant information, and customizable(可定制的) watch faces, plus sync（同步）with Android or IOS. Price: $99 (about 612 yuan) Portable Bluetooth speaker Bluetooth speakers are steadily growing in popularity because they let you take the party anywhere. They can be paired with your music device, and they are able to withstand incidental bumps. Though small in size, Bluetooth speakers provide a steady soundtrack for even the lengthiest bacchanalia (狂欢)。 Product to buy: Logitech UE Boom Features: Water and stain resistant, 360-degree sound, 15 hour battery life, with a variety of color patterns. Price: 1499 yuan Fitness band Basically, fitness bands are smartwatches without the watch. They keep track of your exercise progress and, at the same time, allow you to monitor vitals such as your heart rate, calories burned and amount of time spent exercising. Some even monitor your sleep patterns. Product to buy: Fitbit Flex Features: Long battery life (five days), with silent vibrating alarm, and wireless syncing to smartphones. Price: 898 yuan 56. How much money is he likely to spend on some of the products if a man is an enthusiastic musical fan?
A. 2510 yuan B. 3397 yuan C. 2397 yuan D. 1510 yuan 57. Which of the following statements is Not True according to the passage? A. Tablets are on the most wanted list of high-tech products of this year B. Beats Studio Wireless features plenty of accessories. C. Smartwatch and Fitness band are similar products to some extent. D. All the products can sync with Android or IOS B Most of us are taught to pay attention to what is said—the words. Words do provide us with some information, but meanings come from so many other sources that it would hinder our effectiveness as a partner to a relationship to rely too heavily on words alone. Words are used to describe only a small part of the many ideas we associate with any given message. Sometimes we can gain insight(洞察力) into some of those associations if we listen for more than words. We don't always say what we mean or mean what we say. Sometimes our words don’t mean anything except “I'm letting off some steam. I don’t really want you to pay close attention to what I'm saying. Just pay attention to what I'm feeling.” Mostly we mean several things at once. A person wanting to purchase a house says to the current owner, “This step has to be fixed before I'll buy.” the owner says, “It's been like that for years.” Actually, the step hasn't been like that for years, but the unspoken message is: “I don't want to fix it. We put up with it. Why can't you?” The search for a more expansive view of meaning can be developed by examining a message in terms of who said it, when it occurred, the related conditions or situation, and how it was said. When a message occurs can also reveal associated meaning. Let us assume two couples do exactly the same amount of kissing and arguing. But one couple always kisses after an argument and the other couple always argues after a kiss. The ordering of the behaviors may mean a great deal more than the frequency of the behavior. We would do well to listen for how messages are presented. The words, “It sure has been nice to have you over,” can be said with emphasis and excitement or ritualistically(例行公事地). The phrase can be said once or repeated several times. And the meanings we associate with the phrase will change accordingly. Sometimes if we say something infrequently it takes on more importance; sometimes the more we say something the less importance it assumes. 58. The passage mainly tells us that ________. A. words provide listeners with the most important information B. listeners can gain insight if they listen for words carefully C. the comprehension of a message is influenced by a few factors D. when messages are presented is of great importance 59. Why shouldn’t people rely too much on words alone? A. Words are used to describe a big part of the many ideas. B. Words always successfully represent what we say. C. Listeners may not develop healthy relationships. D. Listeners will fail to understand the unspoken language. 60. With the example of the couples’ behavior of kissing and arguing, the writer ________. A. places stress on the way messages are presented B. points out examining the situation can improve comprehension C. emphasizes on the importance of the timing of a message D. reminds the listeners to check their understanding more frequently 61. What is the most suitable title for the passage? A. Words matter B. The unspoken meaning C. The art of speaking D. Be a smart listener C Last year I ruined my summer vacation－a two-week vacation at my wife’s family cabin on a lake in northern Ontario, located at the boundary of the US and Canada－by bringing along a modern convenience that was too convenient for my own good: the iPad. Instead of admiring the beauty of nature, I checked e-mail. Instead of paddling an old canoe (独木舟), I followed my Twitter feed. Instead of reading great (or merely amusing) novels eagerly and quickly, I stuck to my workday diet of four newspapers each morning.
And that was the problem: I was behaving as if I were still in the office, sticking to the unending news cycle. My body was on vacation but my head wasn’t. So this year I made up my mind to try something different, a social media experiment in the opposite way: withdrawal（退出） from the Internet. Could I manage to disconnect? I knew it wouldn’t be easy, since I’m not good at self-denial. But I was determined. I started with a physical restraint: handing the iPad to my wife, who helpfully announced that she was going to use it to read a 630-page novel for her book club and would not be likely to abandon(放 弃) the tablet for even a moment. Then, a stroke of luck: The cell phone signal at the Canadian cabin was spottier than in the past, making my attempts at cheating an experience in frustration(崩溃). I was trapped, forced to follow my own good intentions. Largely cut off from e-mail, Twitter and my favorite newspaper websites, I had little way to connect to the world except for radio－ and how much radio can one listen to, really? I had no choice but to do what I had planned to do all along: read books. I experienced criminal plots on the streets of Los Angeles, cutthroat battles between cancer labs and the psyche of a London social butterfly in 1922. And there were old magazines to read. I’m not claiming that I cut myself off from the Internet completely. Every few days, we biked into the nearest town and, as a reward, sat on a park bench in front of the public library to use its Wi-Fi. And back at the cabin, we suffered through a slow dial-up connection once a day to check e-mail. This tale of self-denial has a happy ending－for now, at least. With determination and deep breathing, plus the strong support of my wife, I succeeded in my vacation struggle against the Internet, realizing finally that it was me, of course, not the iPad, that distracted my attention. I knew I had won when we passed a Starbucks and my wife asked if I wanted to stop to use the Wi-Fi. “Don’t need it,” I said, trying not to sound too pleased. However, as we return to post-vacation situation, a test begins: Can I stay on the wagon now that I’m back at work? There are times when the eagerness to know what’s being said right now is overwhelming (and for me, sometimes it’s crucial to my livelihood). And I have no intention of giving up my membership in the cult of immediacy. But I hope to resist the temptation to unconsciously check my e-mail every five minutes, which often leads, as long as I’m looking, to checking my Twitter feed and a website or two. A vacation is supposed to help you reset your brain to become more productive. Here’s hoping this one worked. 62. What ruined the writer’s trip last year? A. That he was worn out because of the schedule. B. That he forgot to bring amusing novels with him. C. That he read too much newspaper last year. D. That he was distracted by too many things unrelated to the trip. 63. What does the underlined word ‘restraint’ mean? A. A calm and controlled behavior. B. A relaxing move. C. A strong determination. D. An unshakable faith. 64. Why did the writer claim that his self-denial process have a happy ending? A. He has completely turned down the Internet. B. He gave up his habit of checking the latest news online. C. He realized that his body was on vacation but his head wasn’t. D. It dawned on him that it was people that are in control of their behavior. 65. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Say no to electronic devices. B. Relationships harmed by distractions. C. Deserted distractions benefit break. D. Things that can take your mind off. D When I was eight or nine years old, I wrote my first poem. My mother read the little poem and began to cry. “Buddy, you didn’t really write this
beautiful, beautiful poem!” Shyly, I said that I had. My mother poured out her welcome praise. Why, this poem was nothing short of genius! What time will Father be home?” I asked. I could hardly wait to show him what I had accomplished. My mother said she hoped he would be home around 7. I spent the best part of that afternoon preparing for his arrival. First, I wrote the poem out in my finest handwriting. Then I used colored pens to draw a border around it. Then I confidently placed it right on my father’s plate on the dining table. But my father did not return at 7. Seven-fifteen. Seven-thirty. My father had begun his motion-picture career as a writer. He would be able to appreciate my poem even more than my mother. It was almost 8 o’clock when my father burst in. He was an hour late, but he could not sit down. I can see him now, a big Havana cigar in one hand, the rapidly disappearing drink in the other, calling down bitter words on his employees. Suddenly, he paused and glared at his plate. There was a silence. He was reaching for my poem. I lowered my head and stared down into my plate. “What is this?” I heard him say. “Ben, a wonderful thing has happened,” my mother said. “Buddy has written his first poem. And it’s beautiful, absolutely amazing” “If you don’t mind, I’d like to decide that for myself,” Father said. I kept my face lowered to my plate. It was only 10 lines long. But it seemed to take hours. I remember wondering why it was taking so long. I could hear him dropping the poem back on the table again. Now was the moment of decision. “I think it’s bad,” my father said. I couldn’t look up. My eyes were getting wet. “Ben, sometimes I don’t understand you,” my mother was saying. “This is just a little boy. You’re not in your studio now. These are the first lines of poetry he’s ever written. He need encouragement.” “I don’t know why,” my father held his ground. “Isn’t there enough bad poetry in the world already? No law says Buddy has to become a poet.” I couldn’t stand it another second. I ran from the dining room, threw myself on the bed and cried. That may have been the end of the anecdote(轶事) — but not of its significance for me. A few years later I took a second look at that first poem, and unwillingly I had to agree with my father’s tough judgment. It was a pretty bad poem. After a while, I worked up the courage to show him something new, a short story. My father thought it was overwritten but not hopeless. I was learning to rewrite. And my mother was learning that she could disapprove of me without ruining me. You might say we were all learning. I was going on 12. As I worked my way into other books and plays and films, it became clearer and clearer to me how fortunate I had been to have had a mother who said, “Buddy, it’s wonderful!” and a father who shook his head no and drove me to tears with his, “I think it’s bad.” In fact all of us in life need that mother force, the loving force from which all creation flows; and yet the mother force alone is incomplete, even misleading, finally damaging, without the father force to caution, “Watch. Listen. Review. Improve.” Between the two poles of affirmation (肯定) and doubt, both in the name of love, I try to follow my true course. 66. What did the mother think of the Buddy’s poem? A. She was so moved that she cried. B. She thought the poem was well written. C. She considered Buddy had no talent for poetry. D. She believed Buddy needed advice from his father 67. The underlined sentence “My father held his ground” could best be replaced by ________. A. My father began to explain his reasons B. My father refused to change his opinion C. My father thought his comment is unreasonable D. My father got so angry that he rose to his feet 68. From the passage, we can infer that the father can be best described as ________. A. cruel and stubborn B. cautious and strict C. bad-tempered and rude D. loving and matter-of-fact 69. The author owes his success as a professional writer A. to his own courage and confidence. B. more to his mother’s praise than to his father’s criticism. C. more to his father’s caution than to his mother’s encouragement.
D. to both his mother’s warm encouragement and is father’s harsh judgment. 70. Which of the following statements do you think the author might agree with? A. After the incident, the author stopped writing but tried his luck in plays and films. B. The author only realized the significance of the incident after becoming a writer. C. The incident helped the writer work his work further as a writer. D. The incident completely changed the author’s course of life. 第四部分：任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） Simon Sinek is naturally shy and doesn’t like speaking to crowds. At parties, he says he hides alone in the corner or doesn’t even show up in the first place. He prefers the latter. Yet, with some 22 million video views(视频播放量) under his belt, the optimistic ethnographer(人种学者) also happens to be the third most-watched TED Talks presenter of all time. Sinek’s success as both an inspirational speaker and a bestselling author isn’t just by chance. It’s the result of tireless practice, on and off stage. Here are his secrets for delivering speeches. Don’t talk right away. Sinek says you should never talk as you walk out on stage. “A lot of people start talking right away, and it’s out of nerves,” Sinek says. “That communicates a little bit of insecurity and fear.” Instead, quietly walk out on stage. Then take a deep breath, find your place, wait a few seconds and begin. “I know it sounds long and tedious and it feels extremely awkward when you do it,” Sinek says, “but it shows the audience you’re totally confident and in charge of the situation.” Show up to give, not to take. Often people give presentations to sell products or ideas, to get people to follow them on social media, buy their books or even just to like them. Sinek calls these kinds of speakers “takers,” and he says audiences can see through these people right away. And, when they do, they disengage. “We are highly social animals,” says Sinek. “Even at a distance on stage, we can tell if you’re a giver or a taker, and people are more likely to trust a giver — a speaker that gives them value, that teaches them something new, that inspires them — than a taker.” Speak unusually slowly. When you get nervous, it’s not just your heart beat that quickens. Your words also tend to speed up. Luckily Sinek says audiences are more patient and forgiving than we know. “They want you to succeed up there, but the more you rush, the more you turn them off(使.. 厌烦),” he says. “If you just go quiet for a moment and take a long, deep breath, they’ll wait for you. It’s kind of amazing.” Turn nervousness into excitement. Sinek learned this trick from watching the Olympics. A few years ago he noticed that reporters interviewing Olympic athletes before and after competing were all asking the same question. “Were you nervous?” And all of the athletes gave the same answer: “No, I was excited.” These competitors were taking the body’s signs of nervousness — clammy hands, pounding heart and tense nerves — and reinterpreting them as side effects of excitement and happiness. When you’re up on stage you will likely go through the same thing. That’s when Sinek says you should say to yourself out loud, “I’m not nervous, I’m excited!” Say thank you when you’re done. Applause(掌声) is a gift, and when you receive a gift, it’s only right to express how grateful you are for it. This is why Sinek always closes out his presentations with these two simple yet powerful words: thank you.“They gave you their time, and they’re giving you their applause.” Says Sinek. “That’s a gift, and you have to be grateful.” Passage outline (71)_______________to Simon Sinek Supporting details ●He is naturally shy and (72) ___________ making speeches in public. ●Through his (73) ______________ effort, he enjoys great success in giving speeches.
●Avoid talking (75) _____________for it indicates you’re nervous. ●Keep calm and wait a few seconds before talking, which will leave a good impression on (76)________________. ●Try to be a giver rather than a taker because (77) ________________with a taker, a giver can get more popular and accepted. ●Teach audience something new that they can learn from. ●Speak a bit slowly just to help you stay calm. ●Never speed up while speaking in (78)_________ audience. you bore the
(74)_____________on delivering speeches
●Switch nervousness to excitement by (79) _______________ the example of Olympic athletes. ●Express your (80) __________________ to the audience for their time and applause to conclude your speech.
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六、单词拼写 (共 10 小题，每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分) 81. In order to enjoy your life, you’d better be _______________ (热情的) about everything. 82. After the class was d__________, all the students couldn’t wait to rush to the playground. 83. The Shangri-la of the novel was a perfect match for Zhongdian and that was why Zhongdian won the name _______________(正式). 84. With large grassland _______________（包围） it, the lake looks like a diamond. 85. The team members create a peaceful _______________（气氛）for the exchange of ideas. 86. They plan to do lots of _____________________ (不同寻常的) things in their African trip. 87. I'm sorry to d________ you so late, but my car's broken down and I was wondering if I could use your phone. 88. I’m considering r__________ a table for six for 8 o’clock to welcome my old friends from abroad. 89. Unlike us, they have no sense of a_____________, that is, no longing for new experiences or new horizons. 90. An e______________ is someone who travels to unknown places in order to find out more about them. 七、用适当的形式的词或词组填空(共 10 小题，每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分) put up, in sight , appreciate, wind, temptation, set out, intend, pick up, continually, set up, put out, wrap up
91. I _______________ my parents’ unconditional love for me on my road to adult. 92. He is strong-willed that he resists any _______________ that will affect his study. 93. Smoking is forbidden here. Please ________________ your cigarette. 94. The Great Wall _________its way over the mountains, through valleys, across the desert and finally gets to the east of China. 95. They ____________ a voyage of exploration with an open mind after they made full preparations.
96. The land came _____________ after we had sailed for two months. 97. My goal is to ______________ improve myself, to become better than I am today. 98. She __________________ a valuable first edition at a village book sale. 99. I've chosen the main actors and we______________ to put it on next January. 100. The shop assistant _________________ the gift in color paper and handed it to me. 七．句子翻译（共 5 小题，每小题 3 分，满分 15 分) 101. 确定的是香格里拉(Shangri-la)是许多动物和鸟类的家园，人类应当与之和谐相处。(定 语从句) What_________________________________________________________________________ ____________. 102. 我从来没有想到他会在埃及偶然地发现了一大笔财富。 It_____________________________________________________________________________ __________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ___________ 103. 有可能警察现在正在这栋大楼里搜查这个事件唯一的目击者。 There _______________________________________________________________________________ _____ _______________________________________________________________________________ ___________ 104. 无论发生什么，这些游客下个星期将会和当地导游一起骑骆驼旅行 _______________________________________________________________________________ ___________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ___________ 105.尽管缺乏确凿的证据，一些科学家对许多关于野人存在的报道确信不疑（convince） 。 _______________________________________________________________________________ ___________
第一部分 ：听力（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 1—5 ABBCA 6—10 BACBC 11—15 CBAAC 16—20 CBACA 单选 21-35 ABCBB DBCCC CCDAB 完形 36—40 BDCBD 41—45 BABAC 46—50 DDACA 51—55 CDBBC
阅读 56-70 BD
BBDDC 3. constant / tireless / continuous 4. Tips 7.compared 8.case 9. following / copying
任务型 1. Introduction 2. dislikes 5. immediately / instantly 6. audience(s) 10. gratitude / thanks / appreciation
单词拼写 enthusiastic, dismissed, officially, surrounding, atmosphere, extraordinary, disturb, reserving, adventure, explorer 选词填空 appreciate temptation up intend wrapped up put out winds set out in sight continually picked
翻译句子 1. What is certain is that Shangri-la is home to many birds and animals, which human beings should live in harmony with. 2. It never occurred to/struck/hit/dawned on me that he discovered/would discover a great fortune by coincidence/accident/chance in Egypt. 3. There is a possibility that the police are searching the building for the only witness to the incident. 4. Whatever/no matter what happens, these tourists will be travelling by camel with local guides next week. 5. Despite/In spite of the lack of hard/strong/convincing evidence, some scientists are convinced of many reports of/on Yetis’ existence/ that yetis do exist. 或 Though there is no hard/strong/convincing evidence, some scientists are convinced of many reports of/on Yetis’ existence/ that yetis do exist. 听力材料： Text 1 M: I’m looking for a textbook for my sociology course. It’s called American Sociology at the Crossroads. Do you have it? W: Yes, we do. You will find it in Section 4, on the top shelf. Text 2 M: We will be having a meeting tomorrow at noon. W: Oh, can we push the meeting forward a little bit? I am busy then. M: I’m sorry. The time has already been set, and you must attend. Text 3 W: Mathematics is a very exact science. For example, if one man can build a garage in twelve days, twelve men can build it in one day. M: Then if one ship can cross the ocean in eight days, I suppose eight ships can cross it in one day. Text 4 M: From what you’ve just said, you think all anyone ever wants in a job is a nice fat salary. W: No, I don’t think so. Personally, I’d much rather have an interesting, challenging job with average wages. M: So would I. Text 5 W: It is getting colder and colder. Last night I didn’t sleep at all. M: But it’s the same every year. Most of us have gotten used to it. W: I still need to live here for a few years before I can handle it.
Text 6 W: Is it really all-you-can-eat for only $12.50? That price is not bad. M: That’s what the sign says. But take your time. Otherwise, you might become ill. W: Ill? From the food here? M: Yes, if you eat too much food too fast, you might start to feel sick. W: Wow, I never thought about that. Any other advice? M: Yes, try the cherry pie. It’s delicious. W: I don’t like sweets. I will stick to the meat and vegetables. Text 7 M: Where is the camera? W: In my suitcase. M: Take it out. W: In a minute. I need a break first. M: But I can’t wait to see the pictures we just took. W: I said in a minute. M: Please? W: Fine. Here. M: Great. Let me see... This is you in front of the cabin, and you on the beach, and you in the sea... All pictures of you! W: So not true. M: Then show me one without you in it. W: This one. M: This is just a picture of the sky. What about me? You didn’t take any photos of me. W: I guess I was a little bit too self-involved. M: You think? W: I was just joking. All your pictures have been copied into your PC. Text 8 M: Recently, I have been thinking that I should break up with my girlfriend. W: Why? You and Sarah are a great couple. How long have you been together? M: Almost two years. She is great but the new job I was offered is not in this city. It’s not even in this state. W: Are you sure you will take the job? M: Yes, I will move next month. I just don’t want to have a long-distance relationship. W: Yes, those rarely work out. But Sarah is really nice. You two get along so well. M: I know, but think about it, how can we have a meaningful relationship when we are hundreds of miles apart? W: You will always miss each other so much. It will be painful. Maybe you are right. M: I want her to be happy. I think at first it will be difficult but eventually she will see we made the right decision. W: Well, first you are going to have to tell her. That will not be easy. Text 9 M: Yes, madam, can I help you? W: Oh, yes, please, but you’re just closing, aren’t you? M: Well, yes, we are, madam. The shop closes in five minutes.
W: I won’t keep you long then. It was about some saucepans you had in your window last week. M: Last week, madam? I can’t remember which ones you mean. What were they like? W: Oh, they were lovely! Sort of imitation wood, dark brown color, country-style, you know, and if I remember correctly, they had a sort of leaf pattern, or was it a flower pattern? M: That’s strange. I don’t recognize any of the ones we had from that description. Are you sure they were in this shop? W: Well, you must know the ones I mean. They were on sale, a real bargain, reduced to a quarter of the original price. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw them. M: I’m afraid the sales are over now, madam, and I know we sold out of all the saucepans. W: I don’t think you did, actually. At least, my neighbor, Mrs. Cliffe, told me she saw some here only yesterday. M: Well, it’s all new stock in the window now. W: May I have a look, to see if there’s anything else? M: Uh, well, madam, as you know, we were just closing. And perhaps, madam, if you come tomorrow, I could show you everything we have in our range of kitchenware. And there are still one or two things on sale... W: Oh, look! That one there! That’s the sort of thing I was looking for! Text 10 One day last summer I was traveling on the London Underground, on the Piccadilly Line. We stopped at Green Park and a few people got on. Among them were an elderly lady and an elderly gentleman, maybe her husband. Actually, he didn’t quite get on the train because the automatic doors closed on him as he was getting on. I know from experience that this isn’t really a problem — you just push your arms out and the doors move back. However, this couple appeared to be unfamiliar with the underground and this man did the worst thing possible — he stepped back but somehow leaned forward. This meant that the doors closed on his neck so his head was inside the train and the rest of his body was outside. He had a most peculiar expression on his face and he was waving his arms up and down. His wife, who had found a seat, didn’t seem to be the least disturbed. I realized that there was a real danger that he might be dragged along the platform and seriously injured, so I leapt from my seat and, along with two other men, pulled at the doors, which soon sprang back. Nobody else did anything, apart from one person who said, “Pull the communication button” but remained seated. The man took his seat next to his wife. They were both completely calm and didn’t say a word.