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英 语 试 卷
第一部分 听 力 (共两节,满分30分)
1.What will the man do next?
A.Give the woman a hand.   B.Read a book.   C.Have a good rest.
2.What will the woman probably do tonight?
A.Give a lecture.     B.Watch the drama.  C.Watch a film.
3.Where does the conversation possibly take place?
A.In a library.     B.In a reading room.  C.In a bookshop.
4.Who has just had a child?
A.Linda.      B.Susan.    C.Barbara.
5.What does the man think of young people nowadays?
A.They are rude.     B.They are forgetful.  C.They are hot-tempered.
6.What is the man busy with?
A.His project.     B.His emotions.   C.His paper.
7.What does the man worry about?
A.The project’s grade.    B.The deadline of the task.
C.His partner’s feelings.
8.What are the two speakers going to do?
A.Go shopping.     B.Visit a church.   C.See an exhibition.
9.What do we learn about the man?
A.He is a tour guide.    B.He works in a shop.  C.He lives in the town.
10.What’s the relationship between the speakers?
A.Husband and wife.    B.Boss and secretary.  C.Salesman and customer.
11.How did Mr. Wellbore come?
A.By ship.      B.By train.    C.By plane.
12.Who’s Mr. Smith?
A.The marketing manager.   B.The planning manager. C.The sales manager.
13.How long is the journey?
A.5 km.    B.10 km.    C.15 km.
14.What can we learn about the man?
A.He has a bad memory.   B.He seldom does exercise.
C.He spends too much time on the bus.
15.What does the woman suggest the man do?
A.Eat less and sleep more.   B.Do exercise and sleep less.
C.Eat regularly and sleep early.
16.What is the man’s attitude towards the woman?
A.Positive.     B.Thankful.    C.Impatient.
17.How many tips has the speaker put forward?
A.3.      B.4.     C.5.
18.What might happen to the skin after sunbathing?
A.It will look more oily.  B.Spots will appear.  C.It will look dull.
19.What damages your skin most?
A.Smoking.     B.Sunbathing.   C.Using soap.
20.What is the passage mainly about?
A.How to care our skin.  B.How to quit smoking. C.How to make up.
第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)
City College
All high school graduates and anyone 18 years of age or older, with or without a high school diploma, are suitable for admission. Individuals under the age of 18 who possess a high school diploma are also suitable for admission.
New and readmitted students must complete and hand in a credit admissions application form available online at www.ccsf.edu.
Learn about your skill level in English and Math through our assessment service;
Attend an orientation (新生报到会) to hear about support services
Meet with a counselor (adviser) to select your courses;
Find out if you are required for attending the entrance examinations.
Courses in Noncredit Programs are free of charge (no enrollment fee). For information on how to enroll in noncredit courses, click here.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to use public transit. Click here for Parking Regulations.
City College services include a bookstore, cafeteria, health center, tutoring center, career and transfer center, counseling, financial aid, library, learning resource center, student government offices, campus police, disabled students programs and more.
21. Which kind of the following people could not be admitted to City College?
A. A high school graduate
B. An adult without a high school diploma
C. Anyone who possesses a high school diploma
D. A sixteen boy without a high school diploma
22. What do we know about the entrance examinations from the passage?
A. All new and readmitted students must take the examinations.
B. Those who are poor in English and Math must take the entrance examinations.
C. Not all the new students are required to take the entrance examinations.
D. The entrance examinations are free of charge.
23. Where can this passage be found?
A. In a college news report         B. In a newspaper advertisement
C. In a tour guide                 D. On an education website
Vincent Van Gogh was the son of a pastor (牧师) in Holland. Around his early twenties he decided to become an artist. He felt that color was his main influence and he used it to express himself. The way he painted was very unusual during the late 1800s because he paid much attention to colorful abstract art. Van Gogh had many paintings that have changed the way we look at art. His paintings weren’t popular during his lifetime because of an illness that was possibly a mental disorder. However, they are now considered to be the most popular forms of art in the world today. In what ways can we appreciate his paintings?
Learn about the artistic style of expressionism. In Van Gogh’s artwork, the style that he used was expressionism, which was the only one of this kind compared to other paintings.
Look for key symbols that would help you understand his artwork better such as the background of the objects.
Try to understand the artist’s aims. You can do this by watching the use of colors, perspectives, and the subject. Knowing the artist’s aims, you will be able to understand why he created the work.
Take what you have learned from the artwork and put it in your feelings to see how it affects you and is related to you. This will allow you to make a connection with the artist.
24. The article is mainly about _____.
A. how we should appreciate Van Gogh’s paintings
B. how Van Gogh expressed himself in paintings
C. why Van Gogh wanted to become an artist
D. why Van Gogh wasn’t famous in his lifetime
25. Van Gogh wanted to become an artist because _____.
A. his father was a famous artist        B. he liked to express himself with color
C. he had a serious mental illness       D. he grew up in a religious culture
26. According to the passage, which of the following about Van Gogh is NOT true?
A. Expressionism was usually used to describe his work.
B. He was likely to have suffered from a mental disorder.
C. When he was alive, his artwork wasn’t popular.
D. Like many others, he focused on colorful abstract art.
27. What can we learn from the passage?
A. Van Gogh’s paintings were difficult to understand.
B. Van Gogh’s illness helped him paint.
C. Only after death can painters become famous.
D. We can’t understand Van Gogh’s feelings from his artwork.
Physics is a different world now. Will there ever be another Einstein?
Scientists say a new Einstein will appear, but it may take a long time. After all, more than 200 years separated Einstein from his nearest rival (对手) , Isaac Newton. Many physicists say the next Einstein hasn’t been born yet, or is only a baby now. That’s because the searching for a unified(统一的) theory that would explain all the forces of nature has pushed current mathematics to its limits. New math must be created before the problem can be solved.
But researchers say there are many other factors working against another Einstein appearing anytime soon. For one thing, physics is quite a different field today. In Einstein’s day, there were a few thousand physicists worldwide, and fewer theoreticians. Education is different, too. One extremely important aspect of Einstein’s training that failed to be considered is the philosophy he read as a teenager. It taught him how to think theoretically about space and time.
And he was a skilled musician. The interplay between music and math is well known. Einstein would fiercely play his violin as a way to think through a knotty physics problem.
Today, universities have produced millions of physicists. There aren’t many jobs in science for them, so they go to Wall Street and Silicon Valley to apply their analytical skills to more practical and rewarding efforts.
Besides, those who stay in science don’t work alone. It’s very difficult to imagine an independent person like Einstein ever tolerating this.
28. Which of the following best explains the reason that the next Einstein hasn’t been born yet?
A. Education today doesn’t pay enough attention to philosophy teaching.
B. We don’t know who will be another Einstein among newly-born babies.
C. There were more physicists in Einstein’s time than today.
D. Math today is limited and cannot help the further development of physics.
29. One of the reasons that made Einstein a great scientist is _________.
A. the philosophy he read in his teens
B. the lack of physicists in his day
C. the knowledge learnt from Isaac Newton
D. his decision of not working at Wall Street
30. The underlined word “knotty” here probably means________.
A. interesting and useful      B. important and meaningful
C. difficult and puzzling                  D. realistic and hard  
31. From Paragraphs 3 and 4, how many reasons does the writer give to explain that another Einstein hasn’t appeared?
A. One.      B. Two.     C. Three.    D. Four.
The latest study by the University of Florida has found that eating from smaller, less beautiful, and even paper plates will help prevent overeating. Eating with a fork instead of a spoon can help you lose weight, the researchers say. Much to their surprise, they find that putting mirrors in the dining room will also help reduce weight.
The researchers asked 185 college students to choose a chocolate cake or a fruit salad, and evaluated the taste. Those who ate in a room with a mirror scored the taste of junk food much lower than those in a room without a mirror. But the taste of fruit salad remained the same in any case.
Lead scientist, Dr. Ata Jami, says that a glance in the mirror tells people more than just about their physical appearance. It enables them to view themselves objectively and helps them to judge themselves and their behavior in the same way that they judge other people.
The mirrors were found to push people to compare and match their own behavior with accepted social standards. The researchers believe it proves that people don’t want to look in the mirror when they feel they are following the social standards. When they look in the mirror with mouths full of junk food, feelings of discomfort and failure can be increased. Therefore, the presence of the mirror lowers the taste of unhealthy food.
However, researchers say this is only the case if people select the food they are eating, because they are responsible for that choice. The researchers suggest that mirrors be placed in dining rooms and other eating spaces, so that people will start eating more healthily.
32. Researchers are amazed to find that ______.
A. paper plates make food look nicer          B. people using a fork will eat more
C. mirrors can help people lose weight    D. people will eat more in front of a mirror
33. What can be inferred from the study?
A. Some teenagers got involved in it.      
B. People were required to eat with a spoon.
C. People preferred a chocolate cake to a fruit salad.
D. The mirror may not affect the taste of healthy food.
34. According to Dr. Ata Jami, the mirror ______.
A. makes people judge others correctly     
B. makes people well judge themselves
C. is a necessary part of people’s daily life 
D. can only show the appearance of a person
35. How does the mirror affect the taste of junk food?
A. By making people hungry.                  B. By showing the social standards.
C. By attracting people to healthy food.      D. By causing a feeling of discomfort. 
第二节 (共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)
Why should you read every day?
When was the last time you read a book? If you're one of countless people who don't make a habit of reading regularly, you might be missing out. Reading has many benefits, and just a few benefits of reading are listed below.
Mental Stimulation
Studies have shown that staying mentally stimulated can slow the progress of Alzheimer's and Dementia.    36   . Just like any other muscle in the body, the brain requires exercise to keep it strong and healthy.
Wider Knowledge
Everything you read fills your head with new bits of information, and you never know when it might come in handy.    37   .
Stress Reduction
No matter how much stress you have at work, in your personal relationships, or countless other problems, it all just slips away when you lose yourself in a great story.     38   . And an interesting article will distract you and keep you in the present moment, allowing you to relax.
When you read a book, all of your attention is focused on the story— the rest of the world just falls away. Try reading for 15 to 20 minutes before work, and you'll be surprised at how much more focused you are once you get to the office.
   40   . Reading spiritual texts can lower blood pressure and bring about a sense of calm,while reading self-help books has been shown to help people suffering from certain mood disorders or mental illnesses.
A. Stronger thinking skills.
B. Improved focus and concentration.
C. A well-written novel can transport you to other worlds.
D. Reading a good book can also bring about great inner peace.
E. That's because keeping your brain active prevents it from losing power.
F. Reading books is also important for learning new languages and cultures.
G. The more knowledge you have, the better-equipped you are to deal with your future challenges.
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)
When most of us get a text message on our cell phone from an unknown person, we usually say “sorry,   41  number!” and move on. But when Dennis Williams   42  a text that clearly wasn’t intended for him, he did something   43  .
On March 19, Dennis got a group text   44   him that a couple he didn’t know were at the hospital, waiting for the   45  of a baby.
“Congratulations! But I think someone was mistaken,” Dennis   46  . The baby was born and update texts were   47   quickly from the overjoyed grandmother, Teresa. In her   48  , she didn’t seem to realize that she was   49   the baby’s photos with a complete stranger. “Well, I don’t   50  you all but I will get there to take pictures with the baby,” replied Dennis before asking which room the new   51  were in.
Much to the family’s surprise, Dennis stuck to his   52   ! He turned up at the hospital   53    gifts for the new mother Lindsey and her baby boy. Lindsey’s husband was totally   54   by the unexpected visit. “I don’t think we would have randomly invited him over but we   55   it and the gifts.”
Teresa   56   a photo of the chance meeting on a social networking website   57   by the touching words: “What a   58   this young man was to our family! He was so   59   and kind to do this.” The post has since gained the  60   of social media users all over the world, receiving more than 184,000 shares and 61,500 likes in just three days.
41. A. unlucky   B. wrong    C. new    D. secret
42. A. copied   B. translated      C. received      D. printed
43. A. reasonable  B. practical   C. necessary   D. special
44. A. informing  B. reminding   C. convincing   D. warning
45. A. wake-up  B. arrival    C. growth   D. recovery
46. A. predicted  B. interrupted   C. responded   D. repeated
47. A. passing down B. setting out   C. coming in      D. moving around
48. A. excitement  B. anxiety   C. opinion   D. effort
49. A. comparing  B. sharing   C. discussing   D. exchanging
50. A. accept   B. bother    C. believe   D. know
51. A. patients   B. doctors   C. parents   D. visitors
52. A. dream   B. principle   C. schedule   D. promise
53. A. opening   B. collecting   C. bearing   D. making
54. A. astonished  B. relaxed   C. discouraged   D. defeated
55. A. appreciate  B. need    C. admit    D. expect
56. A. found   B. posted    C. developed   D.selected
57. A. confirmed  B. accompanied  C. clarified   D. simplified
58. A. pity   B. problem   C. relief    D. blessing
59. A. sweet   B. calm    C. smart    D. fair
60. A. sympathy  B. trust    C. control    D. attention
For many young people,   61   (go) to university is one of the most important    62  (stage) of their lives. It is the time when young people will move out of   63   (they) home to live with other people, often strangers.   64   (especial) in the US, people often travel very far from home to study. It is a time to be   65   (dependence).
At university, you   66   (teach) by lectures and professors who are leading figures in their study. The opportunity to learn from and to discuss with them is   67   drives some people to apply to university. Students are required to choose a major that they wish to study. Apart   68  the academic benefit, life at university can also allow students   69   (develop) their interests in many fields.
Therefore, university is a place   70  you attain knowledge, to develop your values and accept those who may be different.
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10分)
Dear Mr White,
I am writing tell you a piece of good news. Last week our school hold a Spoken English Competition. I stood out in the competition and won a first place. In my view, it is your kind help which has helped me gain the achievement. During your spare time, you often spent such much time helping me with your spoken English that I made rapid progress. In the competition, I followed your advices on how to behave, which led to my success. I’m grateful to you for your help and decide that I will make up more efforts and try to make great progress in the future.
I’m looking forward to hear from you soon.

                                                                  Yours sincerely,
                                                                     Li Hua
第二节  书面表达(满分25分)  
请你以“How to be popular”为题,写一篇英语短文。词数100左右,文章的题目和开头已给出,不计词数。   
How to be popular
Most people would like to be popular with others,but what is the secret to achieve popularity? In fact,it is very simple.   
听力       1-5 ABCCA     6-10 ABACB   11-15 CBBBC    16-20 CCBAA
阅读理解   21-23 DCD    24-27 ABDA    28—31 DACC   32-35CDBD
七选五     36-40 EGCBD
完形填空   41-45 BCDAB    46-50 CCABD    51-55CDCAA   56-60 BBDAD 
61.  going        62. stages    63. their     64. Especially     65. independent 
66. will be taught    67. what    68. from     69. to develop     70. where
Dear Mr White,
I am writing∧ tell you a piece of good news. Last week our school hold a Spoken
              to                                           held
English Competition. I stood out in the competition and won a first place. In my view, it is
your kind help which has helped me gain the achievement. During your spare time, you
often spent such much time helping me with your spoken English that I made rapid
          so                         my
progress. In the competition, I followed your advices on how to behave, which led to my
success. I’m grateful to you for your help and decide that I will make up more efforts and
try to make great progress in the future.
I’m looking forward to hear from you soon.

Yours sincerely,
Li Hua

How to be popular
Most people would like to be popular with others,but what is the secret to achieve popularity? In fact,it is very simple.   
In my opinion, what we should do first is to improve our appearance. It’s necessary that we have on orderly and clean clothes and be always friendly with a warm smile. In this way people will surely be impressed by our confidence. Another important step is to possess good qualities. There is no doubt that honesty and willingness to help others are why we become charming. What’s more, it’s also great importance to put others first.If we know how to get along well with others, then people will feel comfortable enough to trust us.
I am sure popularity will come our way as long as we can do all the above.










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