出题人： 张烨 审题人：赵敏
第Ⅰ卷 选择题（共 80 分）
第一部分：听力（共20题，满分 20 分）
1. What is the man’s problem?
A. He needs some tomato juice.
B. His shirt is dirty.
C. His shirt is missing.
2. How much does the man want to make a week?
A. 100 pounds. B. 700 pounds. C. 600 pounds.
3. Where does the conversation take place?
A. In a market.
B. In a party.
C. On a crowded street.
4. What’s the relationship between the two speakers?
A. Headmaster and a teacher.
C. A teacher and a student.
5. What is the flight number of the woman?
A. NWA 1845. B. NWA 925. C. NWA 476
6. What kind of cookies does the man love?
A. Cookies flavored with tomato.
B. Cookies flavored with chocolate.
C. Cookies flavored with strawberry.
7. How many people will go outing this weekend according to the conversation?
A.6. B. 5. C. 4.
8. Where is Mary’s aunt now?
A. In California. B. In New York. C. In Washington.
9. What makes Mary worry about her summer holiday?
A. Weather and learning.
B. Money and experience.
C. Mother and her job.
10. What are the two speakers?
A. They are students.
B. They are teachers.
C. They are a student and a teacher.
11. What do they not do in the lab?
A. Take photos. B. Develop the films. C. Copy photos.
12. What day is it when the conversation takes place?
A. Tuesday. B. Monday. C. Thursday.
13. What does the man think of the woman’s school?
A. Completely the same as his.
B. Much worse than his.
C. Much better than his.
14. What kind of school did the man have in the past?
A. One-room schoolhouse.
B. Double-room schoolhouse.
C. Multiple-room schoolhouse.
15. How did the teacher handle the students of different levels?
A. He had older kids help the younger ones.
B. He didn’t allow all students to have holidays.
C. He himself taught all students one by one.
16. How did the man get his math improved?
A. By frequently asking the teachers questions.
B. By teaching it to the younger kids.
C. By doing more exercises himself.
17. According to what you heard, what didn’t people know many centuries ago?
A. How to hunt animals.
B. How to gather seeds.
C. How to farm.
18. Which of the following descriptions about the Kooris is RIGHT?
A. They live in places that are easy to reach.
B. They have met a few outsiders.
C. They don’t know how to learn from others.
19. What do the Kooris do most of their time?
A. Looking for things to eat and drink.
B. Raising animals for food.
C. Searching for seeds and nuts.
20. Where do the Kooris sleep at night?
A. They sleep together in the houses.
B. They don’t sleep at all as they had no houses.
C. They sleep around fires.
第二部分：阅读理解（共两节，满分 30 分）
A storm swept through several villages in Texas last week, destroying sixteen homes. Seven others were so badly damaged that their owners had to leave them, and fifteen others had broken windows or broken roofs. One person was killed, several were badly hurt and taken to hospital, and a number of other people received smaller hurt. Altogether over two hundred people were homeless after the storm.
A farmer, Mr. Tan, said that the storm began early in the morning and lasted for over an hour.
"I was eating with my wife and children," he said, "when we heard a loud noise. A few minutes later our house fell down on top of us. We tried our best to climb out but then I saw that one of my children was missing. I went back inside and found him, safe but very frightened."
Mrs. Woo Mei Fong said that her husband had just left for work when she felt that her house was moving. She ran outside at once with her children.
"There was no time to take anything," she said, "A few minutes later, the roof came down."
Soldiers helped to take people out of the flooded area and the welfare department brought them food, clothes and shelter.
21. How many homes altogether were damaged in the storm?
A. 7. B. 15. C. 16. D. 38.
22. Where was Mr. Tan when the storm first began?
A. He was in bed. B. He was on the roof.
C. He was outside the house. D. He was inside the house.
23. Which of the following may be the best title for this passage?
A. Good Soldiers B. Clever People
C. A Terrible Storm D. A Lucky Woman
In a small town by the sea, most people lived by catching fish. The hurricanes often struck the area from July to October. Some of the people died on the sea when their boats were blown over by the heavy winds. So they paid much attention to the weather forecast. They were afraid to meet with the hurricanes when they were catching fish on the sea. Each of the families had a radio and people always took them with themselves and listened to them at any time.
It was September. A hurricane attacked the town one night. Plenty of trees were pushed over and all the electrics and telephone lines were broken. People couldn't watch TV, or call their friends, or go to work. To their anger, they couldn't listen to the weather forecast the Town Radio Station broadcast. The food and fresh water would soon be short and the patients couldn't be given medical care—no medicine could be carried there. People didn't know what would happen and they looked anxious.
On the fourth day they read an announcement on the Town Weekly. It was written, "Recently we have to stop the weather forecast because of the bad weather. We usually get the forecast from the airport. But the roads are all blocked by the fallen trees and stones. Whether or not we'll be able to broadcast the weather forecast tomorrow depends on the weather!"
24. The people in the town often took radios with themselves because ______. .
A. they couldn't watch TV on the sea
B. they hoped to listen to some good news
C. they were interested in the weather forecast
D. they felt lonely when catching fish on the sea and listened to the weather forecast
25. The writer wrote the passage mainly to ______.
A. give a news report
B. describe a bad effect of bad weather
C. describe the people's normal life there
D. warn people to be careful against hurricane
26. Reading the announcement, the people would be ______.
A. disappointed B. happy C. excited D. encouraged
The earth is getting warmer. The planet is suffering. But what can you do about it? Reduce the amount of waste you generate. Use cleaner energy sources and go greener today, starting with these steps:
1. Get a reusable water bottle
Americans buy about 25 billion single-serving plastic water bottles each year. That's an average of 83 bottles per person per year. Plastic bottles take plenty of resources to produce, including fuel for transportation and petroleum to make the plastic. Even recycling bottles uses energy.
2. Eat less meat
You don't need to become a vegetarian to help save the planet. Eating meat just one day less a week can reduce your negative impact on the environment. More water, energy and land are required to produce meat than to produce grain.
3. Switch to energy-efficient light bulbs
Most households use standard incandescent(白炽的) bulbs. But compact fluorescent(荧光的) light bulbs, or CFLs, use 66 percent less energy than standard bulbs, produce just as much light, last up to 10 times longer and don't need to be replaced as often. If every household in the United States replaced just one incandescent light bulb with a CFL bulb, it would equal removing one million cars from the road.
4. Buy organic and local food
Did you know that only 1 percent of pesticides(杀虫剂) applied to crops reach the pests they target? The rest enter the environment. Organic food is grown without the use of pesticides. Organic farming can use 50 percent less energy than traditional farming methods. Buying local food saves on the fuel used to transport food grown elsewhere, thousands of miles across the country or around the world.
5. Recycle your electronics
Everyone knows the importance of recycling glass and plastic, but what about cell phones, computers, CDs and batteries? Electronics are responsible for about 40 percent of toxic(有毒的) heavy metals such as lead and mercury. Check with your city's recycling facilities to see if they take electronics.
27. The readers of this passage are called on to .
A. keep a balanced diet B. use water in a wise way
C. donate money for charity D. help reduce global warming
28. What is an advantage of CFLs according to the passage?
A. They use more energy but produce more light.
B. They are as energy-efficient as incandescent bulbs.
C. They can last longer so don't need to be replaced often.
D. They cost less money than standard incandescent bulbs.
29. Which of the following figures is correct according to the passage?
A. 99 of the pesticides used on crops is effective in practice.
B. Eating meat one day less a week helps cut environment costs.
C. Every year an American buys 63 plastic water bottles on average.
D. Electronics account for half of poisonous heavy metals on the earth.
30. Which can be the best title for this passage?
A. Why Is the Earth Getting Warmer?
B. What Can We Do About Pollution?
C. How Can You Lead a Greener Life?
D. Who Is to Blame for Global Warming?
Disasters can leave children feeling frightened, confused, and insecure. Whether a child has personally experienced the event or has merely seen it on TV, it is important for parents to be informed and ready to help if reactions to stress begin to occur. 31 . Younger children may return to earlier behavior patterns, such as bedwetting, sleep problems and separation anxiety. Older children may also display anger, sadness, or school problems.
Parents are almost always the best source of support for children in disasters. 32
Therefore, parents should share their thoughts and feelings about the disasters with their children. How children deal with disasters is often related to the way their parents do. Parents can make disasters less painful for children by taking the following steps:
33 If a young child is causing anxieties and fears. Be aware that following a disaster, children are most afraid that:
• The event will happen again.
• Someone close to them will be killed or injured.
• They will be left alone or separated form the family
34 Parents help their children when they take steps to understand and manage their own feelings and ways of coping（处理）. They can do this by using social support systems of family, friends, or other resources. Parents can build their own unique social support systems so that when a disaster strikes, they can be supported and helped to manage their reactions. 35
A. Teach the child how to draw a picture of what happened.
B. Use support network.
C. Listen to what the child is saying.
D. Parents’ behavior, thoughts and feelings can influence their children strongly.
E. As a result, parents will be more available to their children and better able to support them.
F. Thus, when parents feel prepared, they will accept the fact that the disasters do happen.
G. Children may respond to disaster by showing fears, sadness, or behavioral problems.
I dedicated my whole childhood to training to become a professional football player. I 36 through Olympic training in the mid 90's and on July 15, 1998, I was 37 with a minor league team, when a 16-year-old boy ran a stop sign. That night 38 my life. I was on my motorcycle and got
39 by a car, partly disabling me six months. I lost most of my memory,
40 coma(昏迷) symptom and had to learn to 41 all over. During the coming 24 months of physical treatment I changed my 42 of life.
I began making 43 as if each day was my last day 44 . Before the 45 , I was studying at a university. I was taught that the 46
of life was to study career skills and pursue financial 47 . After returning from near death I went 48 searching. I traveled through the native reservation of the northern USA and witnessed the most extreme 49 . I slowly realized there was so much more to 50 than just doing things for myself. I started listening to the people I met and 51 to help them any way possible.
Everywhere I stayed I met 52 people telling me stories about
53 the earth and making better use of nature's energy. In 2005 my father quickly died from cancer and I 54 the desire to do much of anything for myself. I started looking for well-off people to aid those 55 . I've accumulated a list of people nearing life threatening situations or those trying to make a major effect on the world and now I try to help them full time.
36. A. came B. fought C. looked D. won
37. A. running B. working C. competing D. coming
38. A. changed B. influenced C. destroyed D. corrected
39. A. run B. hit C. beaten D. stuck
40. A. spread B. caught C. suffered D. showed
41. A. drive B. talk C. eat D. walk
42. A. duty B. view C. course D. dream
43. A. decisions B. discoveries C. promises D. studies
44. A. possible B. likely C. present D. alive
45. A. event B. difficulty C. accident D. disaster
46. A. value B. reality C. length D. content
47. A. balance B. situation C. stability D. expense
48. A. head B. mind C. heart D. soul
49. A. anxiety B. poverty C. anger D. simplicity
50. A. nature B. society C. life D. happiness
51. A. refused B. tended C. volunteered D. learned
52. A. cautious B. famous C. wealthy D. wonderful
53. A. respecting B. developing C. understanding D. exploring
54. A. realized B. lost C. gained D. controlled
55. A. in despair B. in season C. in touch D. in need
56. hearing-impaired A. send out
57. spontaneously B. neither very small nor very large, very hot nor very cold etc, but between the two
58. trigger C. in addition
59. layer D. make great efforts
60. core E. happening naturally, without planning
61. extraordinary F. highly exceptional; remarkable
62. radiate G. a thickness of some material spread over a surface
63. furthermore H. the central part
64. struggle I. cause (something bad) to start
65. moderate J. deaf
第Ⅱ卷 非选择题（共 60 分）
第一节 根据首字母或汉语提示拼写单词 (共10小题；每小题1分，满分10分)
66. She (漫步) aimlessly around the streets.
67. (相对地) speaking, the weather in Changchun is colder than that in Beijing.
68. One of the main features of the climate of the tropical grasslands is that there are two (截然不同的) seasons.
69. The students are too busy to have one more (彩排) before the performance.
70. In the first days after the tsunami, (救援) workers say, thousands of traumatised children sat in shock and fear.
71. On first viewing Yang Liping’s performance, Tai Lihua was o and driven to master the movement.
72. When Alice turned on the radio, she started moving to the r of the music.
73. In December 2004 earthquakes under the ocean beds to the west of Indonesia caused tsunamis killed 240,000 people and wounded n people.
74. The car got s in the mud after the heavy rain and couldn’t move any more.
75. The boy was curious to see himself r in the mirror.
The Importance of Accessibility Awareness
At a recent meeting, people with disabilities talked about their lives. I was amazed to hear about the challenges 76 (face) by people with physical disabilities. However, 77 amazed me most was the great importance of education about handicap facilities.
Two women who 78 (use) wheelchairs all their life are two important
members of the National Group for Disabled Persons, devoted to 79 (raise) awareness about disabilities. They educate about all the facilities for people with disabilities. One big concern is the people who take advantage of aids, such as handicap parking spaces. So people 80 disabilities need to be educated about these facilities. And the meeting focused on educating the public.
Some handicap spots have extra room next to them, marked with the “No Parking” signs. “So long as I'm not in the spot, I can take the no-parking area
next to it,” some people say. However, the women 81 use a wheelchair disagree to this. The space exists to allow someone in a wheelchair to have room to get in or out of their car. If there is 82 car in that space, the handicap parking spot is no longer 83 (use).
Some walkways have handrails next to them to help those who require extra assistance. Whether it is a blind person seeking guidance or an elderly person seeking support, the rail is there for walking. Sometimes the rail is blocked, by a parked bicycle for instance, and consequently made useless. As with the parking spot, this is more likely a case of lack of education. People who 84 (inform) of the rail’s use would be less likely to mistake it for a bike rack (停放架).Meeting some of the people who are affected by the lack of education about facilities made me see that there is work to be done. If more people were educated about the proper uses of accommodations, there would be 85 (few) challenges for people with physical disabilities.
2. 只允许修改 10处，多者（从第11处起）不计分。
My father and I stayed at the South Lake Hotel for a week when we visit Changchun last month. It is in the downtown area, but it is easy to go to anywhere from the hotel by public transport.
We lived in a comfortably double-room with a big bath. What I liked best were the free high-speed Internet connection in the room. I checked my email messages every day. I also shared for my friends many photos taking in Changchun. The food was wonderful with reasonable prices, and we enjoyed several local dish.
It is such great hotel that I will recommend it to any friend of me who is going to Changchun.
假设你是王伟。近日，你的英国笔友Jack听说你们学校正在开展“建设资源节约型社会（Construction of an energy-saving society）”的主题活动，发来邮件请你介绍一下你对活动的看法和建议。请你结合以下要点，用英语给Jack回复邮件。
3. 参考词汇：方便筷 disposable chopsticks 塑料袋plastic bags
78 have used/have been using
84 are informed/ have been informed
88 go to anywhere... 删掉to
90 I liked best were中的were改为was
91 shared for中的for改为with
95 friend of me中的me改为mine
Glad to receive your e-mail.
As you know, there has been an activity of "Construction of an energy-saving society" in our school recently. I think it is of vital importance because our society is facing the increasing danger of lack of energy. Many reasonable suggestions are given during the activity.
In my opinion, there are many things we can do. In our daily life, we shouldn't waste any food or paper. It is also advisable to refuse to use disposable chopsticks and plastic bags. Besides, I think the government should make it a rule that those used textbooks should not be thrown away when we graduate from school, because most of the books are in good condition and can be recycled.
Actually, there are quite a lot that we can easily do: for example, try to take buses or bicycles instead of driving cars, etc. All of these will definitely help to construct an energy-saving society.