考试时间: 120 分钟 第Ⅰ卷 第一部分 听力 (共两节, 满分 30 分)
试卷满分: 150 分
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、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 Where does the woman think her father is now? A. At home B. At his office C. At the club
2 What is the woman probably going to do this weekend? A. Going boating with her classmates B. Go camping with the man C. Prepare for a competition 3. How long does the woman usually sleep every night? A. About eight hours B. About seven hours C. About six hours 4. What do we know about Tim? A. He became severely ill B. He may have a car accident C. He didn’t take driving lessons 5 What does the man suggest? A. Calling the service centre B. Pressing the emergency button C. Doing nothing for a short while 第二节（共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 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， 各个小题将给出 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. How old is the magazine that the man is looking for? A. One year old B. Two years old C. Two and a half years old
7. Where will the two speakers probably go next? A. The second floor B. The right side of the first floor C. The left side of the first floor 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. When will the two speakers probably go to Epcot? A. Right now B. After lunch C. At night
9. What are the two speakers going to do first? A. Get checked in B. Find a parking lot C. Ride the roller coaster
听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。 10. Where was the man last week? A. In Rome B. In Milan C. In Ferrara
11. What did the man probably visit first? A. The castle B. The cathedral C. The Renaissance buildings
12. How many times has the man traveled abroad this year? A. Twice B. Three times C. Four times
听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13 What festival are the two speakers talking about? A. Mother ’s Day B. Easter C. Halloween
14 When does the woman usually visit her grandparents? A. On Friday morning B. On Saturday morning C. On Saturday afternoon
15 What is the favorite part of the festival to the woman? A. Receiving presents B. Going to church C. Hunting for eggs
16 What will the man probably do during the holiday? A. Hang out with other international students
B. Join the woman’s family for the festival C. Stay in the dorm reading a huge book 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17 When did the speaker arrive in Antarctica? A. In December B. In September C. In March
18 What difficulty does the speaker have at the moment? A. There is a lot of hard work to do B. The ship won’t return for months C. He is working with a small number of people 19. What has improved in Antarctica in the last ten years? A. Food B. Communication C. Living conditions
20 What is the speaker trying to do? A. Remind scientists of danger in Antarctica B. Describe his own experiences in Antarctica C. Suggest ways of improving life in Antarctica 第二部分 阅读理解 (共两节, 满分 40 分) 第一节 (共 15 小题; 每小题 2 分, 满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文, 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 My 17-year-old daughter went off to college and having her away from home brought back memories of watching Peter Pan when she was little. In the classic TV production, one scene in particular impressed me: when Mrs Darling puts her children into bed. As she turns off the last of the night lights, she takes one last look at the bedroom and says, ―Dear night lights, protect my sleeping children.‖ As a mother, I know how much she loves her children. It has been several weeks since we took our daughter to college and she seems to be adjusting (适 应) well after a short period of homesickness. For us, though, it’s another story. Like most parents, I love checking in on my children at night. But now she’s gone, and I find nighttimes the hardest. I miss her most at night. In my neighborhood, most of the parents whose kids are off to college are dealing with
similar melancholy. My husband is filled with anxiety. One friend talked about getting this sick feeling in her stomach as she prepared for the college drop-off. We complained that many of us were too busy to truly enjoy being with our children while we had them. For us moms, seeing Toy Story 3 only made the sadness worse as we watched the character Andy, who is the same age as our kids, say goodbye to his childhood as he prepares to leave for college. And it’s not just ―first-time‖ parents like me. Two moms who have kids already well into college said the separation didn’t get any easier. ―You feel like something has been taken away from inside you,‖ said one of them. I imagine things will get easier with time, especially as I see my daughter adjust to college life. Meanwhile, as I keep my cell phone close to me in bed and text my daughter goodnight and sweet dreams every night, I like to think that messages serve as a night light that keeps her safe. 21.The writer was deeply impressed by the scene in Peter Pan because ___________. A. she watched the scene with her daughter B. the scene was very exciting and interesting C. the scene taught her and her daughter a good lesson D. the scene showed a mother’s deep love for her children 22. After he daughter went to college, the writer ___________. A. didn’t get used to the change for a long time B. often cried as she missed her daughter so much C. realized she hadn’t done enough for the daughter D. failed to have a good sleep every night 23.What is the underlined word ―melancholy‖ in Paragraph 3 similar in meaning to? A. Happiness. B. Anger. C. Sadness. D. Excitement.
24. According to the last paragraph, why did the writer keep her cell phone close to her in bed? A. To call her daughter any time B. To wait for her daughter’s calls C. To say good night to her daughter D. To wait for her daughter’s messages B Television has turned 88 years old on September 7, 2015, and it has never looked better.
In its youth, television was a piece of furniture with a tiny, round screen showing unclear pictures of low budget programs. In spite of its shortcomings, it became well-received. Between 1950 and 1963, the number of American families with a television jumped from 9% to 92% of the population. As the audience got larger, the technology got better. Television sets became more reliable through the 1960s. Both of the reception and the picture improved. The major networks started broadcasting programs in color. Even greater improvements were coming according to Sanford Brown, who wrote an article for the Post in 1967. Surprisingly, just about every prediction he made in the article became a reality. For example: All sets in the not distant future will be color instruments. He also predicted that TV sets would become smaller, simpler, more reliable and less expensive and may forever put the TV repairman out of work. Smaller sets do not, of course, mean smaller screens. TV engineers expect screens to get much bigger. However, today's 3D TV is even farther away, if it's coming at all. There is some doubt whether the public would be eager to pay for it, in view of people's cold reception given to 3D movies. But the technology with the greatest potential, according to Brown, was cable television (有线电 视), which was still in its early stages then. As he predicted, the future of cable television was highly interactive. It wasn't cable television that gave Americans their electronic connection to the world, however. It was the Internet. He even foresaw the future office: using picture phones, bigscreen televisions for conferences, and computers providing information, at the touch of a button. Brown ever said, ―The future of television is no longer a question of what we can invent. It's a question of what we want.‖ 25. What can we infer about television sets in the 1960s? A.They were very popular with Americans. B.The reception showed no improvement C.They showed black-and-white pictures D.They were out of order now and then 26.Which of the followings did Sanford Brown fail to predict? A.Television's good quality.
B.The invention of 3-D TV. C.The future office’s model D.The potential of cable TV. 27.What is the text mainly about? A.The shortcomings of television. B.The bright future of television. C.The development of television. D.The invention of television.
C You choose to be a winner! The Winners club is a bank account specially designed for teenagers. It has been made to help you better manage your money. The Winners Club is a transaction account（交易账户） where you receive a key-card so you can get to your money 24/7 – that’s 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! It’s a club with impressive features for teenagers. ? No account keeping fees!
You’re no millionaire so we don't expect you to pay large fees. In fact, there are no account keeping or transaction fees ! ? Excellent interest rates!
You want your money to grow. The Winners Club has a good rate of interest which gets even better if you make a least two deposits (储蓄)without taking them out in a month. ? Convenient Teenagers are busy—we get that. You may never need to come to a bank at all. With the Winners Club you can choose to use handy tellers and to bank from home using the phone and the Internet …You can have money directly deposited into your Winners Club account. This could be your pocket money or your pay from your part-time job! ? Maga magazine included
Along with your regular report, you will receive a FREE magazine full of good ideas to make even more of your money. There are also fantastic offers and competitions only for Winners Club
members. The Winners Club is a great choice for teenagers. And it is so easy to join. Simply fill in an application form. You will have to get permission from your parent or guardian(so we can organize that cool key-card) but it is easy. We can’t wait to hear from you. It’s the best way to choose to be a winner! 28. The Winners Club is a bank account intended for ________. A. parents B. teenagers C. winners D. adults
29. The Winners Club provides magazines which ________. A. encourage spending C. are full of adventure stories B. are free to all teenagers D. help to make more of your money
30. If you want to be a member of the Club, you must ________. A. be an Internet user C. have a big sum of money 31. What is the purpose of this text? A. To set up a club. C. To organize key-cards. D An environment group called the Food Commission is unhappy and disappointed because of the sales of bottled water from Japan. The water, it angrily argues in public, has traveled 10,000 ―food miles‖ before it reaches Western customers. ―Transporting water half-way across the world is surely the extremely stupid use of fuel when there is plenty of water in the UK.‖ It is also worried that we are wasting our fuel by buying prawns from Indonesia (7,000 food miles) and carrots from South Africa (5,900 food miles). Counting the number of miles traveled by a product is a strange way of trying to tell the true situation of the environmental damage done by an industry. Most food is transported around the world on container ships that are extremely energy-efficient. It should be noted that a ton of butter transported 25 miles in a truck to a farmers’ market does not necessarily use less fuel on its journey than a similar product transported hundreds of miles by sea, Besides, the idea of ―food miles‖ ignores the amount of fuel used in the production. It is possible to cut down your food miles by buying tomatoes grown in Britain rather than those grown in Ghana; the difference is that B. To provide part-time jobs. D. To introduce a new banking service. B. be permitted by your parent D. be in your twenties
the British ones will have been raised in heated greenhouses and the Ghanaian ones in the open sun. What is the idea of ―food miles‖ does provide, however, is the chance to cut out Third World countries from First World food markets. The number of miles traveled by our food should, as I see it, be regarded as a sign of the success of the global trade system, not a sign of damage to the environment. 32.The Food Commission is angry because it thinks that A. UK wastes a lot of money importing food products B. some imported goods cause environmental damage C. growing certain vegetables damages the environment D. people waste energy buying food from other countries 33.The phrase ―food miles‖ in the passage refers to the distance A. that a food product travels to a market B. that a food product travels from one market to another C. between UK and other food producing countries D. between a Third World country and a First World food market 34.By comparing tomatoes raised in Britain and in Ghana, the author tries to explain that . A. British tomatoes are healthier than Ghanaian ones B. Ghanaian tomatoes taste better than British ones C. cutting down food miles may not necessarily save fuel D. protecting the environment may cost a lot of money 35.From the passage we know that the author is most probably A. a supporter of free global trade B. a member of the Food Commission C. a supporter of First World food markets D. a member of an energy development group 第二节 (共 5 小题; 每小题 2 分, 满分 10 分) 根据短文内容, 从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余 选项。 . . .
What do the world’s most successful people all have in common? By examining the work habits of over 150 greatest writers and artists and scientists, the researchers including Standford Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer found that high achievers like Robert Moses turn out to be all alike: Busy ! Busy! 36 In a study of general managers in industry, John Kotter reported that many of
them worked 60 to 65 hours per week—which translates into at least six 10-hour days. The ability and willingness to work difficult and tiring hours has characterized many powerful figures. Energy and strength provide many advantages to those seeking to build power. Just Say No! The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say ―no‖ to almost everything. And that’s what gives them the time to accomplish so much. 37 And focus means saying ―no‖ to a lot of distractions(分神).
Know What You Are! Ignore your weakness and keep improving your strengths. Don’t waste time exploring skill areas where you have little competence. Instead, focus on—and build on—your strengths. 38 .
Create Good Luck! Luck is not magical—there is a science to it. Richard Wiseman studied lucky people for his book Luck Factor, and broke down what they do right. 39 By being more outgoing, open
to new ideas, following the feeling that something is true, being optimistic, lucky people create possibilities. Does applying these principles to your life actually work Wiseman created a ―luck school‖ to test the ideas—and it was a success. In total, 80 percent of people who attended Luck School said that their luck had increased. 40 .
A. Spend enough time to improve your weakness. B. Achievement requires focus. C. On average, these people reported that their luck had increased by more than 40 percent. D. They never stop working and they never lose a minute. E. Busy people are more likely to be lucky.
F. This means knowing who you are, what you are and what you are good at. G. Certain personality types are luckier because they behave in a way that offer the chance for good opportunities. 第三部分 英语知识运用 (共两节, 满分 45 分) 第一节 完形填空 (共 20 小题; 每小题 1.5 分, 满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文, 从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中, 选出可以填人空白处 的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A couple of weeks ago, I made a trip to Toronto with my granddaughter who just turned three years old. The two of us were on our way to 42 41 her parents, and my wife---her 43 again and as I 44
. who had been gone for over a week. We were all anxious to
pulled out of Mamere and Papere's driveway in Chelmsford, Hailee and 1 were both about the trip and couldn't wait to arrive at our 45 .
When we completed the "SEVEN"-hour trip to Toronto later that day, the reunion was absolutely journey. Hailee is at that―1 want to 48 it myself' stage of her life. And if you can just get 49 ,it is wonderful to witness Who knew that 46 and I can sincerely say I enjoyed every single minute of that 47
over the "hurry-up syndrome" we acquire as putting a straw into the 50
in a juice box for the very first time could be such an 51 52 enough to actually open the fridge on the right feet-would be so
earth-shattering（惊天动地的）event? Or being door for the first time? Or putting on your own 53 ？
I'll never forget the look on her face the day she was able to herself. She finally 56 55
into my truck by
on my seat, holding onto the steering wheel(方向盘) and declared 57 ！
， “I did it!" And when she could actually put her own seat belt on -what a(n) Have you ever watched a three-year-old 58 59
to sip a McDonald's milkshake through every time the icy solution(溶液) hurry a child
a straw? It is hard enough for an adult, too. And touched her lips, you could see the through a milkshake. 41. A. follow 42. A. mother B help B. father 60
in her eyes. I learned that you can't
C. bless C. grandma
D. visit D. aunt
43. A. get together 44. A. concerned 45. A. destination 46. A. hard 47. A. frequent 48. A. carry 49. A. doctors 50. A. bottle 51. A. clever 52. A. shoes 53. A. difficult 54. A. hide 55. A. sat 56. A. carefully 57. A truck 58. A. struggle 59. A when 60. A. delight
B. turn up B. excited B. conference B. wonderful B. final B. prove B. parents B. ring B. strong B. socks B. satisfying B. jump B. leaned B. bravely B moment B. expect B. then B. anger
C. pay off C. hopeful C. city C. timely C. tough C. do C. friends C. hole C. friendly C. sweater C. useful C. run C. stood up C. politely C. example C. offer C. though C. fear 第Ⅱ卷
D. settle down D. anxious D. hometown D. surprising D. long D. explain D. adults D. comer D. early D. trousers D. simple D. climb D. looked up D. proudly D. goal D. hope D. yet D. sadness
第三部分 英语知识运用 第二节 单词填空(每空一词， 共 10 小题； 每小题 1 分，满分) 61. British economy has been _______(衰退) since 1960s. 62.Nothing would satisfy her _______(贪婪) for power. 63. It makes me sad that some people _______(犯罪)crimes and never get punished. 64. He felt _______(气馁)because of all the criticism he’d received. 65. My brother is _______(喜爱) of pointing out my mistakes. 66. After the earthquake, the city _______(像) a battlefield. 67. There can be no excuse for any further _______(耽搁). 68. As a consequence of smoking, my father coughs _______(频繁). 69. Her moods were very _______(易变的), now laughing loudly, and then sunk in despair.
70. Rosa Parks challenged the unjust _______(分离，分开)of people on the basis of skin color. 第三节 单句改错 (共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分) 71. Struggled in a world of silence and darkness. Helen Keller seemed to be simple-minded. 72. The three Bronte sisters adopted this practice. Mary Ann Evans did the same. 73. We decided to fight against this unfair system which prohibits us blacks sitting where we like. 74. Our friendship had developed quickly over the weeks that followed. 75. Maybe if I studied science then, I would have been able to give more help. 第四节 语法填空 (共 10 小题; 每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分) 阅读下面材料，在空白处填入适当的内容（不多于 3 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 I was nine years old when I learnt to ride a bike. The bike was a birthday present from my uncle. You can imagine how uncle to teach me how 78 77 76 (excite)I was when I saw the bike, and I begged my
(ride) it right away. However, before I got on the bike, I felt 79 (me). My
(extreme) nervous and l was afraid that l would fall off and hurt 80
uncle held onto the seat and helped me to get
the bike. While l was riding, he was 81 (grate) to
running along beside me, holding the seat so I would not fall over .I was so
him for his help. As I was practicing, I became more and more confident. Then, I heard my uncle shouting, "You are riding it by yourself now!"I was both excited and scared. I was really riding by myself, but 82 if I fell off? Could I use the brakes to stop? As I was wondering about this, 83 84 (slow) down and came to a stop. My (late)that day, having learnt how to
my uncle ran after me and got hold of the bike. I heart was still beating fast when I got off the bike.
get on the bike and get off it, I felt like l was walking on air! I am still thankful to my uncle for teaching me to ride a bike on my 第五节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 据报道， 在我国仍有很多山区的孩子因为家庭贫穷而上不起学，你们班就如何帮助这 些孩子上学进行了讨论。假如你是李华，请你把你们的建议写成一封信寄给 Teens,希望他们 能够呼吁更多的人参与这项活动。 建议要点： 1.收集旧课本和衣服 2.呼吁更多人帮助他们 3.你的建议,至少一条 85 (nine) birthday.
要求：1.100 词左右 2.可适当增加细节，以便行文连贯。 Dear Editor, I’m a senior high school
student._____________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ _____ __________________________________________________________________________ _____ We’ll really appreciate it if you can, through the English Weekly, increase public awareness of the poor children’s living conditions and call on more people to help them. Yours sincerely, LiHua
听力(30 分) 1-5 BCABC 6-10 CACAC 11-15 ABBCC 16-20 BACBB 阅读理解(40 分) A 篇 21-24 DACC 七选五 36-40 DBFGC 完形填空(30 分) 41-45 DCABA 46-50 BDCDC 51-55 BABDC 56-60 DBADA B 篇 25-27 ABC C 篇 28-31 BDBD D 篇 32-35
单句改错(5 分) 71 Struggled 改成 Struggling 74 去掉 had 语法填空(10 分) 76 excited 77 to ride 78 extremely 79 myself 80 on 81 grateful 82 what 83 slowed 72. Adopted 改成 adopting 或加 and 73. sitting 前加 from
75. studied 前加 had
84 Later 85 ninth 书面表达(25 分) Dear Editor, I’m a senior high school student. It’s reported that in China many children in mountainous areas still can’t go to school because of poverty. Last week, our class held a discussion about how to help them to go to school and live a happy childhood. Here are our suggestions. First, some old textbooks and clothes can be collected and sent to those children so that they can be reused by them. Second, it’s also very important to appeal to more people and social organizations to help and care for those poor children. As far as I’m concerned, we should save some of our pocket money and give it to those children in need. Above all, we should give them respect, never looking down upon them because they are poor. We’ll really appreciate it if you can, through the English Weekly, increase public awareness of the poor children’s living conditions and call on more people to help them. Yours sincerely, Li Hua
听力原文 (Text 1) M Hello That is Bill Smith in the Greenhouse Club May I speak to Mr Jones? W I am sorry, but my Dad isn’t at home right now. He won’t be back until six o’clock I can give you his office phone number. (Text 2) M Have a nice weekend! I will go camping Do you have anything exciting planned? W Not really I was thinking of renting a boat at the Water Park with my classmates, but the national English competition is coming up, so I will probably have to prepare for it.
(Text 3) M Do you usually get up at 6 every morning? W Yes. It’s not too hard because I go to bed around 10 every night. I want to be sure to get enough sleep every night. M That’s good. I don’t get nearly enough. I sleep only about six hours every night
(Text 4) W Have you heard about Tim? He’s in hospital again. M What happened? I’ve never heard he is suffering from any illnesses. W He was driving too fast---again. I guess he didn’t learn his lesson from last time. M I’m so sorry to hear that
(Text 5) W Uh-oh Looks like there’s a problem M Yeah. I’m afraid so. Last Friday this elevator was out of service all day long W Do you think I should press the emergency button? M Let’s just want a minute or two first It may start again by itself
(Text 6) W Can I help you? M I need to find a specific magazine, and I am not sure where to look where are the old magazines? W The magazines that a bit older than one year old are on the left of the first floor, and the magazines that are less than one year old are at the end of the right side They’re near the reading room then right? M I am afraid not. Magazines that more than two years old are kept on the second floor. W Can you, help me look for it? M OK
(Text 7) W Hey, wake up, sleepy head M I feel asleep Are we there? W Yes, We finally make it to Disney Word. We are in the parking lot. It might not be a bad idea to have a quick lunch and start our journey M I couldn’t want to go to Epcot W Epcot should be put on the list of ―To Dos‖ but I’ve heard that Epcot is really sweet at night. M It sounds reasonable What about the indoor roller coaster? It’s thrilling! I’m dying for it. W Oh, no. I’m afraid it would be really scaring especially when it is totally in the dark. M Ugh. Then we might find a hotel and get checked in before lunch W I can’t agree more
(Text 8) W I called you last week but your mother said you were sightseeing in Italy. Did you go to Rome? M No I went to Rome last year and Milan the year before last, so this year I went to Ferrara. You may not have heard about it, as it isn’t one of the more famous Italian cities. W Oh, I’ve heard about if before It’s known as the City of the Renaissance, right? I’ve never visited it before, though How was your time there? M It was great I visited the city centre. The cathedral and the castle are both there in the heart of the city, and both are amazing. I didn’t go to the cathedral, because it was very crowded W What else did you visit there? M After I left the castle, I went to visit the historic part of the city, which has a lot of building W from the Renaissance. Then I visited several palaces and churches W You seem to really like traveling M Yes, I love it I usually travel abroad twice a year, and this year I’ve taken one more trip than usual.
(Text 9) M: I didn’t even realize there was a festival coming up. W: Why? You didn’t know about Easter? There are many traditions connected to it.
M: I know a little about it and didn’t know it was in April. I thought it might be someday after Mother’s Day. W Easter is observed on a Sunday in March or April It is truly worth celebrating in the spring We are all looking forward to the holiday Mother will make a big Easter basket for each of us with presents like chocolate bars, candies and even a CD. We go to a church service on Friday morning. We dye out Easter eggs on Saturday morning and visit our grandparents that afternoon. But the best part for me is the Easter Egg Hunt. On Easter morning, parents hide Easter eggs in different places for us to find. It is almost as much fun as Halloween. M Green with envy. I will probably hang out with the other international students. I might also stay in the dorm. Remember, Linda assigned a huge book for us to read. W Pooh. That’s boring Why not come with me? M Well, I’m OK. I may just spend the holiday myself. W Come on. My parents will be happy to have you with us. M Serious? Cool!
(Text 10) Hello, listeners! I’d like to share with you a bit about what it’s like to live here at the South Pole I’m a scientist and I arrived here in Antarctica three months ago, In December. The temperature at that time was cold but not unpleasant yet. Since arriving. I’ve worked with about 60 other people getting everything ready for the Antarctica winter It’s been a lot of hard work, but it has been fun, too. However, a few days ago the ship left, taking most of the staff with it, and it won’t be back to fetch us until next December. So the hardest thing to get used to now is that there are just 14 of us here. It’s been difficult to adjust because I’m used to working in a large group. I’m living at the same work station I was at ten years ago. It was new then and it’s still in good condition and unchanged. The dried food we get is also the same.The people working here with me are all different from those ten years ago, but I’m always happy getting to know new people. Ten years ago, we were able to send faxes to friends and family once a month, but today we can send e-mails and talk on the phone so we don’t feel so far away. Last week we went out exploring for a few days It was dangerous We went together
everywhere in case we fell into any holes in the ice Holes here are much too deep to climb out of The skies last week were beautifully clear, and I was reminded how lucky I am to be here