(答卷时间：120 分钟；满分：150 分) 本试卷分第 1 卷(选择题)和第Ⅱ卷(非选择题)两部分。答题时，请将答案依题次填写在答 题卡中。 第一卷(选择题 115 分) 第一部分：听力(共两节，满分 30 分) 做题时，先将答案划在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有两分钟的时间将试卷上的答案转填 到答题卡上。 第一节(共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 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、 C 三个选项中选出最佳选项， B、 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．What are they talking about? A. A new bike. B．A new car． C．A fresh runner． 2．What is the most probable relationship of the two speakers? A. Teachers． B．Parents． C．Students． 3．What did the man think of the movie? A. It was morning B．It was okay． C. It was bad． 4．How will the woman get to Barcelona? A．By ship． B．By train． C. By plane. 5．What color of MP4 will the man probably choose? A．Blue． B．Green． C．Black． 第二节(共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独自。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。每段对话或独自读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6．What is the probable relationship between the two speakers? A．Current partners. B．Former classmates． C．Old friends． 7．What does the man do now? A．A photographer. B．A designer． C．A painter. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8．What is the man going to do? A．To hold a party. B．To do some washing． C．To rent a flat． 9．What will probably hanppen after the conversation? A. The man will sign the agreement with the woman ． B. The man will look for another flat to rent. C. The woman doesn’t want to rent out the flat． 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。
10．What time is it now? A. 4:30 pm． B．5:00 pm． C. 9:30 pm． 11．What are the speakers going to do when Aunt Mel arrives? A. Ask her to host a party． B . Give her a long party． D. Give her a short party． 12．Who is going to meet Aunt Mel at the airport? A．The woman． B．The man． C．Sam and Maggie. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13．What are they talking about? A．Moving their restaurant to the shopping center． B．Opening a restaurant in the shopping center． C．Opening a shopping branch with arestaurant． 14．Who are George and Janet? A．Their employees． B．Their parents． C．The center’s owners． 15．What decision did they make at last? A.To train George and Janet. B.To manage two shopping branches． C.To open a branch restaurant． 16．How many restaurents or shopping centers do the couple now own? A．Two restaurants． B．One shopping center． C．One restaurant． 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17．Who is Joanna Lunford? A. A show host. B. A TV actress. C. A movie star. 18．What do “the little friends” in the new attraction refer to? A．Young keepers． B．Children visitors． C．New bears． 19．What will be done at the end of the show? A. Playing jazz. B. Chatting with the hottest star． C. Talking a special air journey． 20．Where can you guess the show is going on? A．In San Diego． B．In the studio． C．In a theatre． 第二部分：英语知识运用(共两节，满分 45 分) 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．----- How is the experiment getting on ? ------That is the way it________. A．looks． B．goes. C. becomes . D．gets. 22. -----.Did you watch the tennis final of Men’s Doubles? -----Yes, it was exciting! It was a_____fought game.
A． successfully B．bravely. C．closely D．friendly. 23．一 The take-off time for Flight A310 is only forty minutes away. Let’s______. A．check in B．push in C．take in D．turn in 24．None of them _____ the thin girl could keep her end up and came out first in the international marathon． A．have predicted B．would predict C．were predicted D．had predicted 25．You are all new comers here. Try not to make ____to strangers. A．ways B．connection C．means D．approaches 26．There are moments in life ______ you miss someone so much that you just want to pick them up from dreams and hug them for real. A．where B．how C．why D．when 27．Why are you leaving right away? You promised to stay ______ two hours. A．every B．another C．both D．more 28．----Oh, the TV has been on all night long. -----Pardon me, But I remembered _______it off before going to bed. A.turning B．to turn C．turned D．turn 29．-----Wow, I’ve really gained a lot of weight .I should start exercising. ------______.That’s why I finally decided to join a health club. A．You are right B．Me too C．Don’t let it be D．I agree with you 30．Here are all the important papers for you to read, ______ to us from European countries． A．delivering B．delivered C．to deliver D．being delivered 31. How tired the school pupils have got_______ walking so long a time! A. for B.from C.in D．at 32.．-----Has Mike called you? ------He said he would . He hasn’t, _______. A．therefore B．either C．though D．yet 33．We should make _____ a rule for us room-mates to turn off the lights at 10 pm． A．it B．that C. one D.all 34．Sometimes we just believe what we see ____ the really may be different． A. now that B．as of C．even though D. as long as 35．I ____ the new type of DVD , but I didn’t get enough money with me． A．shouldn’t have bought B．needn’t have bought C．could have bought D. must have bought 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)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。 Once , looking for stories on the back roads of Ohio , we weren’t getting on smoothly. A beekeeper we’d been told about was away from home 36 we called on him. An amusement park where we thought we might find a 37 had shut down for the season.We
began to get a little 38 . When 39 a farmhouse , we found a banner between two trees in the front yard. The 40 said in huge letters: WELCOME HOME , ROGER! We drove 41 for a mile or two. Somebody said ,“Wonder who Roger is?”We 42 , went back there and knocked on the door. Roger was a soldier on his way home from war. His 43 knew he was coming, but weren’ t sure what day he was going to 44 . We asked if they’d mind if we brought the camera into the house. Roger’s monther said it would be all 45 if we’d give her a few minutes to fix her hair. We weren’t there more than an hour, talking to those people who were all 46 about Roger coming home and talking pictures. In the bus as we 47 on that afternoon, I wrote a simple story letting Roger 48 all the soldiers coming home from war. We sent the 49 with the story to New York, and Walter Cronkite put it on the Evening news. 50 has any of our stories caused such a reaction from viewers. The CBS swichboard (总机) 51 up that night with dozens of calls from people 52 by it in some way, and hundreds of letters came in, some of them suggesting that the story be 53 . There was so much 54 throughout that that Cronkite had to report a few nights 55 ,“Oh, and by the way-Roger got home!” 36. A．since B．where C．because D．when 37. A．place B．story C．owner D．way 38. A．discouraged B．disturbed C．satisfied D．touched 39. A．entering B．visiting C．passing D．searching 40. A．banner B．host C．mother D．reporter 41. A．out B．away C．on D．down 42. A．got out B．turned around C．drove on D．gave up 43. A．family B．company C．police D．army 44. A．leave B．pass C．start D．arrive 45. A．possible B．troubled C．right D．suitable 46. A．encouraged B．worried C．excited D．surprised 47. A．stayed B．rolled C．took D．started 48. A．expect B．represent C．express D．congratulate 49. A．letter B．book C．camera D．film 50. A．Seldom B．Actually C．Usually D．Unexpectedly 51. A．put B．got C．sent D．lighted 52. A．satisfied B．moved C．known D．expected 53. A．broadcast B．told C．repeated D．spread 54. A．surprise B．disappointment C．entertainment D．interest 55. A. later B．earlier C . before D．sooner 第三部分：阅读理解(共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。
A The advantages and disadvantages of a large population have long been a subject of discussion among economics. It has been argued that the supply of good land is limited. To feed a large population, poor land must be cultivated and good land made full use of. Thus, each person produces less and this means a lower average income than could be obtained with a smaller population. Other economists have argued that a large population gives more opportunities for specialization such as ports, roads, and railways, which are not likely to be built unless there is a big demand to justify(给?? 以正当理由) them. One of the difficulties in carrying out a world-wide birth control program lies in the fact that official attitudes to population growth vary from country to country depending on the level of industrial development and the availability of food and raw materials. In a developing country where a vastly expanding population is pressing hard upon the limits of food, space and natural resources, it will be the first concern of the government to place a limit on the birthrate, whatever the consequences may be. In a highly industrializad society the problem may be more complex. A decreasing birthrate may lead to unemployment because it results in a declining market for products. When the pressure of the population on housing declines, prices also decline and the building industry is weakened. Faced with considerations such as these, the government of a developed country may well prefer to see a slowly increasing population, rather than one which is stable or in decline. 56．According to the first paragraph, a smaller population may mean_______ if land is limited． A．lower productivity, and a lower average income B．lower productivity, but a higher average income C．higher productivity, and a higher average income D．higher productivity, but a lower average income 57．In a developed country, people will perhaps go out of work if the birthrate_______ A．goes up B．goes down C．remains stable D．is limited 58，It is not easy to carry out a worldwide birth-control program because_________. A. there are too many underdeveloped countries in the world B. developing countries are short of food and raw materials C．even developed countries may have some complex problems of population D．different government show quite opposite views to the population 59．What is the passage mainly about? A．A large population or a small population. B．The main subject of discussion. C. The difficulties of carrying out a program. D. Aavantages and disadvantages of a large population. B
Photograph is an important item people take on holiday, but in many cases their passports remind people just how far they have let themselves go. A survey of 5000 Europeans has confirmed that Britons are among the most embarrassed when it comes to showing their passport pictures to other people. One in six would rather spill food down their clothes or discover that their ties were undone than show a work colleague their unpleasant photographs. The report from the printer company Lexmark International said that almost one in five Britons even hid their passpot pictures from their family. Most spent a maximum of 10 minutes getting the photograph taken. The nation’s nature is quite different, compared with the proud French, who spent an hour photographing the perfect passport potraits. The confident Spanish and Portuguese did not spend long in the photo studio: 90 percent of them accepted the first photographs taken, while the Finnish were more likely to change their hairstyle every year and get stopped at immigration control. Britons were second only to Italians, 21 percent of whom said, either through extreme pride or shyness, that they were ashamed of their pictures. The next most ashamed were passport holders in Belgium, Portugal and Finland, with 12, 11 and 8 percent separately embarrassed of their photographs. The poll(民意测验) was topped by Norwegians, with 98 percent of them saying they were happy with how they look in their passports. Paul Kreutzer, a Lexmark spokesman, said yesterday： “We are a nation that doesn’ t like to show off or flash things around. Britions are still a lot more conservative(保 守) than our European neighbours. We could look a lot better if we took more time. If you take them at home with a digital camera, you can get a much better picture. Anyway, we’ve had great fun examining the research, it’s amazing how different nationalities view their passports.” 60.The people from _______ were the least embarrassed of their passport photographs. A. Finland B. Belgium C．Italy D．Norway 61．From the passage we can know that __________________. A． Finnish often meet some trouble at the immigration control because of hairstyle the change. B. Britons look more unpleasant than their European neighbours. C．the Spanish and Portuguese are more consevative than Britons. D．the French are the most proud people in Europe. 62．What would properly be the best title of the passage? A．Photogragh and Passport B．Passport and pride C．Photogragh and Different Nationalities D. .An Important Item Taken on Holiday 63．From the passage we may guess that Paul Kreutzer, the Lexmark spokesman is from_____. A．the USA B．the UK C．France D．Finland
C Living things are divided into two kingdoms-plants and animals. In order to stay alive they require energy, and this comes from food. It is because plants and animals feed in different ways that we can tell them apart. Plants can actually make their own food, then use it to live and grow on. It comes from the gas carbon dioxide in the air, and water from the ground. As this is all around them plants do not need to move. They have the special chemical chlorophyll in their leaves and with this they change the carbon dioxide and water into food such as suger and starch. Leaves are the great chemical factories of nature. Animals have no chlorophyll and cannot make food, but must get it from plants. This is why they need to move about——to find food. They must also have a nervous system for smelling, seeing, hearing, tasting and touching. This helps them find their way about and know what is going on around them. Because plant food is a solid, animals need a mouth to take it in. Food is then broken up by the teeth or beak, and digeasted in the food canal by juices so that it can be carried away and stored up in fat or in the liver. Later it can be used as “fuel”for growing and moving about. Any unused food or waste is passed out of the body. Waste from animal may be useful as a fertilizer by making the soil in which plants grow richer and more fruitful. Also, when animals or plants die they are broken up by bacteria and what is left helps to improve the soil. In this way, by making food out of air and water, plants give life to animals. Then animals and plants put back food into soil when they die. Since no animal lives for ever, it must have young to carry on its kind：this is called reproduction, The young of animals are either born or hatched from eggs. In this way we can recognize an animal——it moves and grows, it senses things, it feeds and digests with a mouth and food passage, it passes out waste food and poisons and it reproduces. The remarkable thing is that all animals do these things in spite of the great variety of shapes and sizes, and different ways of living. 64．With the following matter except_______, plants can make their own food which they use to live and grow on. A．chlorophyll B．carbon dioxide C．water from the ground D．sugar 65．What is the nervous system of animals used to do according to the passage? a. to find the way to look for food b. to store the food they find c. to listen to sounds that come from their surroundings d. to find the taste of the food e. to pass waste out of the body A. a. c. d. B．a. c. e. C．c. d. e. D．a. b. d.
66．Which of the following is the main idea for the passage? A．The way animals look for food. B．The way animals deal with waste C．The way animals live D．The way animals reproduce their babies. 67．Which of the following statements is not mentioned? A．Whether it is animal or plant, they all become part of soil when they die. B．Although animals are different in shapes and sizes, they all can look for food with nervous systems. C. Reproduction makes all kinds of plants carry on their kind. D．No matter what kind of animals it is, they are all born or hatched. D LOCATION: The Farm park is situated just off the A338, 9 miles north of Salisbury. Look for the brown tourist signs on the A338 and the A303. Ignore signs for East Cholderton. OPENING TIME: We are open every day from the end of March (or Easter if earlier ) until the end of the Autumn Half Term (about the end of October ) from 10 am until 6 pm, last admission 4:45 pm. (NOTE: No unaccompanied children admitted) PARKING: A free car and coach park is available. DOGS: Dogs may be brought into the park provided that they are kept on a lead and under control at all times. CAFETERIA: There is a cafeteria in the farm house serving hot meals and snacks. Clotted cream tea is a specially. Parties are catered for if booked in advance. PICNIC AREAS: You are welcome to picnic in the gardens or if wet, use our special undercover area. CHILDREN’S PLAY AREAS: An adventure playground is located in part of the wood and an under 7’s play area is to be found near Rabbit World. A parent and baby room is available for feeding and changing. ANIMAL FEEDING: Bags of animal food are available for sale in the gift shop. Please do not feed any other food to any of the animals without permission. Do not feed the fish. TRACTOR & TRAILER RIDES: These are available during peak times (see information board at Rabbit World) at a small additonal charge.
EDUCATION: School groups are welcome, a special entrance rate is available, also a comprehensive teachers pack. PARTY RATES: Reduced admission charges are available to group of fifteen or more paying persons when booked in advance. Details on request. SEASON TICKETS: Season tickets are good value for regular visitors and last the whole season (March-----October). DISABLED VISITORS: Disabled visitors are welcome, a specially adapted toilet is available and the majority of the park is accessible. 68．What do you think this text is? A．An advertisement for sale. B．A brief introduction of an animal park. C．An announcement of the park owner. D．A lecture about an animal park. 69．Who are allowed to enter the park? A．Those who arrive at 5pm. B．The children without any one to accompany. C．The visitors who come during the Christmas holidays. D．The people with disabilities. 70. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A．Visitors can feed the animals except fish with permission. B．Dogs are not allowed in at all. C．In the park visitors can’t be served with hot meals. D．Tractor & trailer rides are free. E I’ usually fairly sceptical about any research that concludes that people are either m happier or unhappier or more or less certain of themselves than they were 50 years ago. While any of these statements might be true, they are practically impossoble to prove scientifically. Still, I was struck by a report which concluded that today’s children are significantly more anxious than children in the 1950s. In fact, the analysis showed, normal children aged 9 to 17 exhibit a higher level of anxiety today than children who were treated for mental illness 50 years ago. Why are America’s kids so stressed? The report cites two main causes: increasing physical isolation(隔离) brought on by high divorce rates and less involvement in community, among other things and a growing perception that the world is a more dangerous place. Considering that we can’t turn the clock back, adults can still do plenty to help the next generation cope(应付). At the top of the list is nurturing(培育) a better appreciation of the limits of
individualism. No child is an island. Strengthening social ties helps build comminities and protect individuals against stress. To help kids build stronger connections with others, you can pull the plug on TVs and computers. Your family will thank you later. They will have more time for face-to-face relationships, and they will get more sleep. Limit the amount of virtual(虚拟的) violence your children are exposed to. It’s not just video games and movies; children see a lot of murdur and crime on the local news. Keep your expectations for your children reasonable. Many highly successful people never attended Harvard or Yale. Make exercise part of your daily routine. It will help you cope with your own anxietiesand provide a good model for your kids. Sometimes anxiety is unavoidable. But it doesn’t have to ruin your life. 71．The author thinks that the conclusions of any research about people’s state of mind are_____. A．surprising B．confusing C. illogical D.questionable 72．What does the author means by saying “we can’t turn the clock back” (Para. 3)? A. It’s impossible to slow down the pace of change. B. The social reality chidren are facing cannot be forgotten. C．Lessons learned from the past should not be forgotten. D. It’s impossible to forget the past. 73．According to the analysis, compared with normal children today, children treated as mentally ill 50 years ago_______. A. probably suffered less from anxiety B. were probably less self-centered C. were less isolated physically D．were considered less individualistic 74．The first and most important thing parents should do to help their children is______. A. to improve them with a safer enviroment B. to lower their expectations for them C. to get them more involved socially D．to set a good model for them to follow 75．Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. Sometimes local news about crimes and murdur also affects children a little. B. TV and computer play an important role in isolating children from the real world. C. To children, anxiety is completely avoidable. D. Exercise does not help to lesson children’s anxiety.
第二卷(非选择题 共 35 分) 第四部分：写作(共两节，满分 35 分) 第一节 短文改错(共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 l0 分) 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误，对标有题号的每一行做出判断；如无错误，在该行右边的横线 上划个勾（√） ；如果有错误（每行只有一个错误） ，則按下列情况改正： 此行多一个词：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉，在该行右边横线上写出该词，并也用斜线划掉。 此行缺一个词：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧） ，在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。 此行错一个词：在错的词下划一横线，在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 注意：原行没有错的不要改。 Recently, a discussion about studying abroad have been going on in 76．________ our class, and the opinions are being divided, A lot of us think it is good for us. 77．________ compared with our education, in some foreign countries many attention 78．________ is paid the development of abilities and they have relaxing surroundings 79．_________ for study. Study in a foreign country, one is free from such a heavy 80．_________ study burden that we bear now. What’s more, we can get a good 81．_________ knowledge of the culture and social customs of the country where we study. We can also improve our English as well. 82． ________ In the other hand，some of us are afraid that there will be some 83．_________ bad effects on our study if we went abroad at such an early age. Some 84．______ students cannot discipline them properly and can’ tell right from wrong. 85． t _________ 第二节：书面表达(满分 25 分) 假使你是李明，你周围的同学正在谈论电视娱乐节目“超级女生” 。请根据下表提供的信 息，给杂志社的编辑写一封信，介绍周围同学对该节目的看法，并阐明自己的观点。 80％学生的观点 1、 该节目有创意，提倡个性； 2、 为年轻人提供了一个战时自我的舞台； 3、 让年轻人找到更多的自信。 20％学生的观点 1、 在某种程度上误导年轻人； 2、 让人觉得不通过努力就可以成功； 3、 个性并不等于与众不同。
注意：1.信的开头和结尾都已经为你写好； 2.词数在 110 左右，开头和结尾不计入总词数。 Dear editor, I am writing to tell you about my classmates’ opinions about a TV programme—— Super Girl.
Yours truly, Li Ming
参考答案及评分标准 听力 30％(共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分) 1-5 BCBCB 21-25 BCADD 完型填空 36-40 DBACA 56-60 CBDDD 第一节 76．have→has 81．that→as 84．went→go 第二节 Possible version: Dear editor, I am writing to tell you about my classmates’ opinions about a TV programme——Super Girl. About 80 percent of the students who have watched or heard of the program do support it. In their opinion, the program is not only unique but creative as well. Each person’ personality should be valued, whatever s he or she is. The program provides a stage for those people who want to demonstrate their talents. And this can help them gain more confidence than ever. However, other students think that the program misleads the youth to some degree, which does more harm than good to them. Some young people may feel that success comes from luck but not hard work.. Besides, it is misunderstood that personality just means different behaviour and appearance from others. Although I am for such a program, it should not go so far as to affect young people’s normal life and learning. Best wishes. Looking forward to your opinion. 6-10 BACAA 26-30 DBABB 41-45 CBADC 61-65 ACBDA 短文改错 11-15 CABAC 31-35 BCACC ， 51-55 DBCDA 71-75 DBACB 46-50 CBBDA 66-70 CCBDA 16-20 CBCAB 单选 15％(共 15 小题；每小题 1 分) 30％(共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分)
阅读理解 40％(共 20 小题；每小题 2 分) 写作 35％(共两节) 10％(共 10 小题；每小题 1 分) 78．many→much 83．In→On 79．paid→paid to 80．Study→Studying 77．being 删掉 82．正确 85．them→themselves
书面表达 25％(：满分 25 分)
Yours truly, Li Ming