第一部分 听力 (共两节, 满分30分)
请听下面 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. What is the man now?
A. A guide. B. A secretary. C. A salesman.
2. Where does the woman think the man left his magazine?
A. At the hotel. B. On the train. C. At home.
3. How will the man go home next year according to the conversation?
A. By motorcycle. B. By train. C. By bicycle.
4. Who wants to take the summer camp?
A. The woman’s daughter. B. The woman’s brother. C. The woman’s son.
5. What will the woman do tonight?
A. Look after her grandma. B. Go to a concert. C. Go shopping.
请听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题, 从每题所给的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。
6. Where does the man usually have his lunch?
A. In the canteen. B. In a restaurant. C. At home.
7. What does the man want to have for lunch?
A. Sandwich, orange juice and boiled egg.
B. Hamburger, Coca cola and fired egg.
C. Hamburger, juice and boiled egg.
8. What did the man send his girlfriend last year?
A. A computer. B. A mobile phone. C. An iPad.
9. What does the man plan to do after graduation?
A. Run a farm. B. Do further study. C. Travel around the world.
10. How much does the man want to borrow?
A.1,500 Yuan. B. 2,000Yuan. C. 3,500 Yuan.
11. What did the woman do yesterday?
A. She had the fridge repaired.
B. She bought a new fridge.
C. She spent $ 420 on the heater.
12. What color does the man probably like?
A. Pink. B. Yellow. C. Green.
13. When will the man move in?
A. Two days later. B. Ten days later. C. Two weeks later.
14. How long has it been since the woman last saw Mr. Brown?
A. Thirteen years. B. Seventeen years. C. Thirty years.
15. What did the woman and Mr. Brown talk about especially?
A. Her monitor. B. Their village. C. A library.
16. What does the man want Mr. Brown to do?
A. Give a lecture. B. Write a children’s book. C. Publish a story series.
17. Who picked up the children from school?
A. Mrs. Baker. B. Mr. Baker. C. Mrs. Smith.
18. What did the children do at six thirty?
A. They had their dinner. B. They did their homework. C. They watched TV.
19. When should the children have to go to bed?
A. At eight. B. At nine. C. At ten.
20. What do we know about Peter?
A. He arrives at home at ten.
B. He sometimes helps with the dishes.
C. He irons clothes for his children.
Summer has finally arrived, which means kids are bound for the outdoors. It can be exciting for kids and parents to have a great opportunity to go swimming, picnicking or on adventures. This time of year is also a dangerous time of year as almost half of all injury-related deaths in children occur between May and August. Whether it be in the pool, on bike, out in the sun or in the backyard is always important. Here are some tips to keep the family safe over the summer.
At this time of year, drowning deaths among children skyrocket（飞涨） compared to the rest of the year. Never leave your child alone in the water, even in shallow water. A child can drown in as little as one inch of water. Enroll your children in swimming lessons. Some swim schools offer class for children as young as 6 months.
We are fortunate enough to live in the Sunshine State, where sun shines year-round. But with all the time you and the kids will be spending outdoors this summer, it’s important to protect yourself. Make sure to use a widely-used sunscreen(防晒霜) that blocks both UVA and UVB sunlight. Cotton clothing has an estimated SPF of only 6, so even if your kids are going out wearing T-shirts and shorts, make sure they are covered up.
Nothing says summer like a nice neighborhood bike ride. But bikes are not toys and can certainly cause injury. Don’t forget to always wear a helmet. Head injuries are reduced by 85 Percent when riders wear a helmet and other safety equipment like knee and wrist pads. It’s estimated that 75 percent of bicycle-related deaths could have been prevented with bicycle helmets. When riding on the street, make sure kids understand all riding hand signals, ride with the traffic flow and stay as far right as possible.
21. Summer is called a dangerous time because children .
A. are easily injured B. enjoy staying in the sun
C. want to learn swimming D. refuse to accept advice
22. It can be learned from the second paragraph that .
A. swimming is a dangerous activity
B. shallow water is harmless to children
C. some swim schools offer class for free
D. deaths from drowning increase suddenly
23. In order to avoid getting sunburned, you should .
A. keep your kids indoors B. use a broad-spectrum sunscreen
C. buy expensive clothes D. wear T-shirts and shorts
Recently, I experienced a wonderful lesson in how little things still mean a lot. My brother, mother and I live in Hawaii. Our farm is at least a dozen miles from even the most basic of services. Therefore, I take weekly trips to the shop to get supplies. About a month ago, I finished loading up the car and was about to leave, when a piece of paper on the ground caught my eye. I picked it up and read it carefully.
It was a receipt (收据) from the State Motor Vehicle Division, recording the owner's payment of her Vehicle's Registration fees. At first I thought that I could find the owner. So I waited there for about an hour. Although the receipt had been swept by the wind, where would I find the owner in the busy, crowded parking lot? I looked over the receipt for contact or any personal data, perhaps a license tag (牌照) or telephone number. I checked the date, the fees paid, noted the name of the owner and pocketed the paper. I concluded that the best and easiest step to take was to put the receipt in an envelope and send it to the owner first the next morning.
By the end of the week, I received a beautiful "thank you" letter from a very grateful and happy woman containing a handwritten message and a card. In the letter, the woman explained how the wind snatched (夺去) her receipt from a pocket in her car's passenger door. She had searched everywhere for quite some time before giving up.
It felt great to know I had helped someone avoid a loss by doing something which at first glance (一瞥) seemed little and unimportant.
24. What can we learn about the author?
A. He lives downtown in Hawaii.
B. He is patient and willing to help others.
C. He is too poor to have basic supplies for his family.
D. He goes to the shop to get supplies once a week on foot.
25. How did the woman feel when receiving the author's envelope?
A. proud B. disappointed C. appreciated D. angry
26. What can be the best title for the text?
A.A Lesson I Will Never Forget B. Never Lose Heart or Give up
C. Little Things Still Mean a Lot D. Think Carefully Before You Act
Teenagers are damaging their health by not getting enough sleep because they are distracted(分散) by electronic products in their bedrooms, according to a survey.
UK advice body The Sleep Council said "junk sleep" could rival（比得上） the consumption of unhealthy junk food as a major lifestyle issue for parents of teenage children. It brings no less harm than junk food to one’s health. Its survey of 1,000 teenagers aged 12 to 16 found that 30 percent managed just 4 to 7 hours sleep as opposed to（形成对照）the recommended 8 or 9 hours by the experts. Almost a quarter said they fell asleep more than once a week while watching TV, listening to music or using other electronic products.
“This is an extremely worrying situation,” said Dr Chris Idzikowski of the Edinburgh Sleep Centre. “What we are seeing is the appearance of Junk Sleep ---that is sleep which is of neither the length nor quality that it should be in order to feed the brain with the rest it needs to perform properly at school.”
Nearly all the teenagers had a phone, music system or TV in their bedroom, with around two-thirds possessing all three. Almost one in five of the teenage boys said the quality of their sleep had been impacted by leaving their TV or computer on. The survey also found that 40 percent of teenagers felt tired each day, with girls aged 15 to 16 doing the worst. However just 11 percent said they were bothered by the lack or quality of sleep.
“I'm surprised that so few teenagers make the link between getting enough good quality sleep and how they feel during the day,” Idzikowski said. “Teenagers need to wake up to the fact to feel well, perform well and look well; they need to do something about their sleep.”
27. According to the experts, how many hours should teenagers sleep every night?
A. 4 to 7 hours B. 8 or 9 hours C. 6 or 7 hours D. 7 or 8 hours
28. Which of the following is NOT true about “junk sleep”?
A. It’s a kind of sleep with poor quality.
B. It’s kind of sleep with shorter hours.
C. It’s not as harmful as junk food to one’s health.
D. It’s mainly caused by the electronic products in the bedroom.
29. The underlined word “impacted” Paragraph 4 can probably be replaced by “ .”
A. improved B. destroyed C. affected D. inspired
30. It can be inferred from the passage that Dr. Chris Idzikowski is very _____________about present situation.
A. worried B. satisfied C. angry D. disappointed
Moving into a new home in a new neighborhood is an exciting experience. Of course, you want to make sure that you become an accepted and valuable part of your new neighborhood. The easiest way to achieve this is to make sure you behave yourself as a good neighbor. 31
People tend to take pride in keeping everything in their neighborhood fresh and inviting. 32 By choosing to keep the outside of the home in great shape, you will help to improve the look and feel of the area.
Second, take the whole appearance of the neighborhood seriously. When going for a walk, take along a small garbage bag with you. 33 This small act will let your neighbors know that you care about the area.
34 If a neighbor is going to be out of town, offer to collect mail and newspapers. If a neighbor suffers an illness, offer to do the grocery shopping. Let them know that you are there to help in any way that is acceptable, while still respecting the privacy(隐私) of your neighbor.
35 By following the basic rules of respecting others, taking care of what belongs to you and taking pride in the appearance of the neighborhood in general, you will quickly become a good neighbor that everyone loves.
A. In general, keep an eye on their property while they are gone.
B. A good neighbor is also one who likes to help out in small ways.
C. Being a good neighbor is more or less about considerate behavior.
D. Sometimes neighbors may go to the supermarket together to do shopping.
E. Should you come across waste paper thrown out of a passing car, pick it up.
F. Here are a few tips to help you win over everyone in the neighborhood quickly.
G. As a good neighbor, to keep the outside of your house neat and clean is the most important.
We have all heard how time is more valuable than money, but is it possible to have too much time?
I 36 back in high school I spent most of my day at school since I also 37 a team sport. By the time I got home, I only had a few hours to do my homework, and I had to do it 38 .
When I got into college, things 39 . I suddenly found myself out of class before noon time. Because of all this 40 time, there was no sense of 41 to do my school work immediately. I was performing this action of waiting until it later became a 42. Once that happened, I just kept43 my studying further and further back in my day. Then I got to the point where I was44 really late at night to get my work done.
One day I 45 a former classmate of mine who was 46 a lot of money running a sideline (副业). Since his regular job was 47, I asked him why he just didn’t 48 it and do his sideline full-time. He said without the regular job, he would 49 have too much time and would just do what I did back in 50 . He said that if he gave up the job, he would lose his 51 to work and succeed.
So, try 52 your time with other work because if you have too much time , you may end up being 53 . This is why there is a 54 that if you want something done, ask a 55 person to do it.
36. A. remember B. admit C. understand D. expect
37. A. watched B. loved C. coached D. played
38. A. at last B. right away C. of course D. as usual
39. A. happened B. repeated C. changed D. mattered
40. A. extra B. difficult C. valuable D. limited
41. A. duty B. achievement C. urgency D. direction
42. A. belief B. relief C. risk D. habit
43. A. pushing B. taking C. setting D. calling
44. A. giving away B. staying up C. turning down D. showing off
45. A. met B. helped C. treated D. hired
46. A. raising B. wasting C. demanding D. making
47. A. safe B. important C. boring D. rewarding
48. A. quit B. find C. refuse D. keep
49. A. luckily B. hardly C. hopefully D. simply
50. A. childhood B. college C. town D. business
51. A. heart B. chance C. drive D. way
52. A. turning up B. filling up C. giving up D. saving up
53. A. comfortable B. cozy C. cautious D. lazy
54. A. message B. story C. saying D. fact
55. A. careful B. busy C. reliable D. kind
A lot of people spend much time thinking about all the 56 (enjoy) things they would do once they became a millionaire. But there are people who have turned 57 (they) backs on their millions and found different ways to be happy in their 58 (life).Charles Gray is one example.
Sixteen years ago, Charles was a college professor with a huge six-bedroom house and $2million.However, he was tired of 59 (be) a person who had everything in a world where many people had nothing. He decided 60 (drop) out. So he 61 (make) the choice to give all his money away to charities.
Today he lives in a small dormitory room 62 there is only second-hand furniture. There are 63 (certain) no signs that Charles was a rich man! There is a small garden outside 64 a few fruit trees. Charles grows some vegetables and a few flowers. He gets his clothes and a lot of other things from charity shops. But he appreciates this change. He feels much 65 (happy) now. He said that he wouldn’t go back to being rich for anything.
第一节 句子填词 (共l0小题；每小题1分，满分10分)
66. I don’t know what your （expect）are of London.
67. He can always see the （humor）side of a situation.
68. It is （legal）to invade the individual rights to privacy.
69. He considered (write) to thank his friend for the present.
70. They hope that they can find an （explain）for the attacks.
71. The old nurse has served the family （faith）for thirty years.
72. It is high time that we should attach importance to （environment）protection.
73.Some contemporary advertisements mainly aim to make （contribute）to society.
74.Some advertisements （consist）of pictures or the words of experts manage to attract the attention of the public.
75. Our teacher tries her best to (analysis) the parts of the sentences so that we can learn more about English grammar.
Debbie Hart is going to swim across the English Channel tomorrow. She is going to set out from French coast at five o’clock in the morning. Debbie is only eleven year old , hope to set up a new world record. She is a strong swimmer and many people feel that she is sure to succeed. Debbie’s father will set out with him in a small boat. Mr. Hart has train his daughter for years. Tomorrow he will be watching her anxious as she swims the long distance to England. Debbie intends to take short rests for every two hours. She will have something to drink and she will not eat any solid food. Most of Debbie’s school friends will be waiting for her on the English coast, among them will be Debbie’s mother , who swims the Channel herself when she was a girl.
第三节 写作 (满分25分)
参考词汇：英语协会 English association
Dear Sir or Madam,
Wish you all the best!
第一部分 听力 (共两节, 满分30分)
1一5 CBCBA 6-10 ABACB 11-15ACBCA 16-20ACBBA
第二部分 阅读理解 (共两节, 满分30分)
21-25 A篇ADBBC 26-30 CBCCA 31-35 FGEBC
36-40 A DBCA 41-45 CDABA 46-50 DCADB 51-55 CBDCB
56 enjoyable 57 their 58 lives 59 being 60 to drop
61 made 62 where 63 certainly 64 with 65 happier
第一节 句子填词 (共l0小题；每小题1分，满分10分)
66. expectations 67 humorous/humourous 68 illegal 69 writing
70 explanation 71 faithfully 72 environmental 73 contributions
74 consisting 75 analyse/analyze
76.French 前面添加the 77. Year 改为years 78. hope 改为hoping 79 him改为her 80 train 改为trained 81 anxious 改为anxiously 82 把for 去掉 83. and 改为but 84 them 改为whom
Debbie Hart is going to swim across the English Channel tomorrow. She is going to set out from French coast at five o’clock in the morning. Debbie is only eleven year old , hope to set up a new
world record. She is a strong swimmer and many people feel that she is sure to succeed. Debbie’s father will set out with him in a small boat. Mr. Hart has train his daughter for years. Tomorrow he will be watching her anxious as she swims the long distance to England. Debbie intends to take short rests for every two hours. She will have something to drink and she will not eat any solid food. Most of Debbie’s school friends will be waiting for her on the English coast, among them will be Debbie’s mother , who swims the Channel herself when she was a girl.
Dear Sir or Madam,
My name is Li Hua and I am writing to apply for the post of volunteer for our school English association.
With an experience of two years in Canada, I can speak English fluently and can communicate well with native speakers of English. Therefore I can easily get along with foreign students. I believe that I am a perfect candidate for this position.
Above all ,I am particularly interested in this position because my friend Logan is coming too and I would love to see him again.
I would welcome an opportunity to meet with you for an interview.
Wish you all the best!
W: Do you enjoy being a salesman?
M: No. I don’t I’m planning to look for work as a guide or a secretary, though I’ve never regretted my earlier decision.
M: Oh, no. Where is my magazine? I have to return it tomorrow. Did I leave it at the hotel?
W: Impossible. I saw you reading it on the train. You must have left it there.
W: I can’t believe you are going to ride your motorcycle home for the Spring Festival.
M: Well, there was no other way, since I failed to get a train ticket. But I like challenges. Maybe I will go home by bicycle next year.
M: Good morning. What can I do for you?
W: Well, I’d like some information about your summer camp.
M: For your daughter or son?
W: Neither. It’s for my brother. Believe it or not, he is just eight years older than my son.
M: Are you free tonight? I have two tickets for a concert.
W: I’d love to, but I have to go to the hospital tonight and look after my grandma.
M: What happened?
W: She fell down when she was at the supermarket.
M: Anne, would you please buy some lunch for me on your way back?
W: No problem. But why not just join us? We’re going out to eat right now.
M: I’d love to, but I am busy with a report now. Otherwise, I would go with you. You know I dislike eating at my desk.
W: No wonder you never bring lunch from home and usually have lunch in the canteen.
W: What do you want? Your favorite sandwich and orange juice?
M: This time I’d like a hamburger and a cup of Coca Cola.
W: Anything else? Some chips?
M: Hmm … Perhaps a fried egg instead.
M: Could you lend me some money. Laura?
W: Again? Bill, this is the third time you’ve asked me for help!
M: I know. I’m sorry, but my girlfriend’s birthday is coming, and I want to buy her a mobile phone.
W: Why are you always buying such expensive things for her? Last year, a computer, the year before last, an iPad. You are not that rich.
M: That was not a problem when I had a part-time job, you know.
W: Do you mean you’ve quit your part-time job?
M: Yes. This is my last year in university and I want to focus on my studies.
W: What do you plan to do after graduation? Find a job or do further study?
M: Well, my father wants me to help him on his far, but I want to spend a year traveling around the world.
W: That sounds interesting! But how do you plan to pay for your travel?
M: I might try to borrow from my friends. But I won’t worry about that right now… Right now, would you lend me just a bit of money for a mobile phone? I have 1,500 yuan, so I need just 2,000 more.
W: Sorry. I can’t help you this time.
M: Mrs. Green, shall we have a look at the apartment?
W: Certainly, Mr. Smith. This way, please.
M: Is the fridge working well now? When I came last time, it was so noisy when I turned it on.
W: Yes, I had it repaired yesterday.
M: What about the heater? It seemed it wasn’t working at all.
W: Don’t worry. I have bought a new one.
M: Great. OK. Mrs. Green, we’d like to live here for at least four years, but I think 450 dollars a month is a bit too much for us. What about 400 dollars?
W: I’m sorry, Mr. Smith, but I can’t go any lower than 420 dollars a month.
M: All right — that’s fine. Would you mind it I painted the walls green? I don’t like yellow.
W: Sure. The family that just moved out painted the walls yellow last year. They had been pink for five years.
M: I see. Well, I’ll move in next week, ten days from now.
W: OK, sounds good. I hope you enjoy living here.
M: Did you go to visit your first teacher when you went back to visit your hometown?
W: Yes, I went to see Mr. Brown the first day I arrived there. I hadn’t seen him for thirty years.
M: How is he now?
W: Well, he’s in his seventies. He didn’t recognize me at first, but when I told him my name and showed him an old photo, he immediately knew who I was.
M: You must have had a good time talking about old memories.
W: Certainly. We talked about the things and people we remembered, especially our monitor, who donated a library to our village.
M: Your teacher must feel proud.
W: That’s true. He said his hard work paid off. One of my classmates works in the United States and invited him to visit last year.
M: Your teacher has retired by now, hasn’t he?
W: Yes, but he still lives at school. He likes being with children and tells stories to children whenever possible. He is busy writing a children’s book these days. He says a real teacher never retires.
M: He should give a lecture on how to be a good teacher!
Mrs. Baker was very tired. She had been working all day long, but the busiest time of her day was in the evening. Her children were picked up from school by her sister, Mrs. Smith, who brought them home by five. Mrs. Baker had to cook dinner so the children could eat at six, and then start on their homework at six thirty. If they finished their work by eight, they could watch TV for an hour before bed. At nine, they were sent to bed, but that was not the end of Mrs. Baker’s work for the day. She sat down for a moment to have a rest and think about what she had to do next.
“Now I must wash the dishes and iron the children’s clothes for the morning. Peter will come back home from work at ten, and he will be hungry. The dishes will have been washed and his dinner will be ready by the time he arrives, but the ironing will not have been done by then. In fact, I doubt whether that will be done until midnight.”