1. 本试卷分第Ⅰ卷（ 选择题）和第Ⅱ卷（非选择题）两部分。第Ⅰ卷1页至7页，第Ⅱ卷8页至9页。
3. 选出每小题答案前，用2B铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动, 用橡皮擦干净后, 再选涂其他答案标号框, 不能答在本试卷上，否则无效。
第 I 卷(共100分)
1. What does the woman mean?
A. She doesn’t know Mike.
B. Mike is no longer her good friend.
C. Mike is now her good friend.
2. Why is the woman worried?
A. She can’t find her child.
B. She lost her cellphone.
C. She missed her bus.
3. What will the woman do?
A. She will help put out the fire.
B. She will look for a doctor.
C. She will call the police.
4. When was the piano bought?
A. Last month. B. Last year. C. Last week.
5. Why won’t the two speakers go to the film?
A. It is going to rain. B. The film is not interesting. C. The woman is too tired.
第二节 (每段对话读两遍；共15小题; 每小题1.5分，满分22.5分)
6. Where are the two speakers?
A. At the railway station. B. At a hotel. C. In an office.
7. What does the man want to do?
A. He wants to have a talk with the woman.
B. He wants to sit for a rest.
C. He wants to buy some fruit.
8. Where is the woman going?
A. Her office. B. Her school. C. The airport.
9. What is the woman worried about?
A. That she will be late for school.
B. That she will miss her plane.
C. That she won’t be able to catch her train.
10. When does the driver think they will get there?
A. At about 9:50. B. At about 10:15. C. At about 9:45.
11. What did the two speakers do yesterday afternoon?
A. They went to see a film.
B. They had a football match.
C. They watched a football match.
12. What happened to the woman yesterday afternoon?
A. She fell off her bike. B. She lost her bike. C. She hurt her arms.
13.When did the match begin?
A. At 3:00 pm. B. At 2:30 pm. C. At 3:20pm.
14. What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers?
A. Husband and wife. B. Doctor and patient. C. Friends.
15. Who is going to have a birthday party?
A. Mr. Green. B. Mr. Smith. C. Mrs. Smith.
16. Whom will the woman go to the party with?
A. Her sister. B. Her brother. C. Her husband.
17. What does Santa Claus do on Christmas Eve?
A. He gives money to poor people.
B. He brings gifts to children.
C. He helps people with their housework.
18. How is Santa Claus usually dressed?
A. In red. B. In black. C. In white.
19. What do we know about Saint Nicholas?
A. He lived in Britain. B. He was from a poor family.
C. He wanted to help poor people.
20. Why did Nicholas climb onto the roof (屋顶) to give money to poor people?
A. He didn’t want people to know about it.
B. His father didn’t want him to help others.
C. He wanted to show his ability to fly.
A dog can’t speak words, but it can “talk”. It has feelings just as you do. At times it may feel angry or afraid. Watch a dog closely. You can see what it is trying to tell you. When you are afraid, you may look down shyly. A fearful dog looks away from you. It may run away too. When you are angry with people, you stare at them and press your lips together. An angry dog also stares. Sometimes the hair along its back stands up.
Do you feel guilty when you have done something you shouldn’t? Dogs can feel guilty, too. At times when I come home, my dog gives me a guilty look. Then I know he’s done something wrong.
Dogs need love and attention. Some dogs are very unhappy when they are left alone for a long time. Some dogs even snap(撕咬) if they don’t get enough attention.
You may have a dog or you may know a dog. Treat it well if you want to have fun with it. Play with it. Take it for a walk. Don’t order it round too much. Try not to punish it one time and not the next for doing the same thing. Always remember, a dog has needs and feelings just as you do. Talk to a dog, it’ll talk to you, too.
21. If a dog snaps at things, it is because it may ______.
A. feel lonely B. feel shy
C. be fearful D. be disappointed
22. You can tell that a dog has done something bad when _________.
A. its hair stands up B. it runs away from you
C. it has a guilty expression D. its lips are pressed together
23. Which of the following things does the writer advise you to do towards your dog?
A. Never punish the dog
B. Never leave the dog alone
C. Train the dog to take orders from you
D. Train it the way you want to be treated.
24. The underlined word “guilty” in the second paragraph most probably means _______.
A. happy B. sorry C. frightened D. excited
Mr. Black was the manager of a hotel in Atlanta. One weekend all of the hotels were full because of a large business meeting being held in the city. On Sunday night, three men came into Mr. Black’s hotel and asked for rooms. Mr. Black told them that there were no more rooms available. The men didn’t know what to do because they had no place to stay in.
Mr. Black wanted to help them. He remembered that there was an empty room at the far end of the first floor — Room 112. It was a very small room, and had rarely been used as a guest room before. So, he asked the three men if they would mind sharing that small room. They replied that they would be very satisfied so long as there was a room for them to stay in for the night.
Mr. Black then told them that the room would cost them $ 30 in total. On hearing this, each of the three men gave Mr. Black $ 10 before they left for their room.
However, Mr. Black soon began to think that $ 30 was really too much for that small room. He called his assistant over and said, “Here is $ 5. Give it back to the three men in Room 112. Each of them paid me $10. That’s too much.”
The assistant took the money. While he was on the way to that small room, he thought, “How can three men divide $ 5 ? I’ll give each of them only $ 1 and keep the $ 2 left to myself. The men will be happy to get anything back, and I can also make some money that way. After all, Mr. Black will never know anything about it.” So, the assistant returned only $1 to each of the three men.
Each man had first paid $ 10. After the assistant returned $1 to him, each man had actually paid only $ 9. There were three men. $ 9×3=$27. The assistant kept $ 2. $ 27 + $ 2= $ 29. Where is the missing dollar?
25. Why didn’t Mr. Black offer Room 112 to the three men at first?
A. The key had been lost.
B. It was too small for three men.
C. No one had stayed there before.
D. It was not bright enough.
26. How much did Mr. Black first ask each man for the room?
A. $ 30. B. $15. C. $10. D. $9.
27. How were the manager and his assistant in behavior?
A. The manager was honest but the assistant was not.
B. The manager worked hard, but the assistant was lazy.
C. The assistant was clever but the manager was not.
D. The man ager did not know how to make money, but the assistant did.
28. Where is the missing dollar?
A. The three men took it.
B. The manager hid it secretly.
C. The assistant kept it.
D. There is no missing dollar.
In general, people talk about two groups of colors: warm colors and cool colors. Researchers in psychology think that there are also two groups of people: people who prefer warm colors and people who prefer cool colors.
The warm colors are red, orange and yellow. Where there are warm colors and a lot of light, people usually want to be active. People think that red, for example, is exciting. Sociable people, those who like to be with others, like red. The cool colors are green, blue and violet. These colors, unlike warm colors, are relaxing. Where there are cool colors, people are usually quiet. People who like to spend time alone often prefer blue.
Red may be exciting, but one researcher says that time seems to pass more slowly in a room with warm colors than in a room with cool colors. He suggests that a warm color, such as red or orange is a good color for a living room or restaurant. People who are relaxing or eating do not want time to pass quickly. Cool colors are better for offices or factories if the people who are working there want time to pass quickly. Researchers do not know why people think some colors are warm and other colors are cool.
However, almost everyone agrees that red, orange, and yellow are warm and that green, blue, and violet are cool. Perhaps warm colors remind people of warm days and the cool colors remind them of cool days. Because in the north the sun is higher during summer, the hot summer sunlight appears yellow.
29. Which of the following colors belong to cool colors?
A. Blue, violet B. Yellow, green C. Black, blue. D. Brown, white
30. Which of the following statements is not true?
A. Sociable people like warm colors.
B. Warm colors can make people excited.
C. People who like to be with others don’t like red.
D. Where there are warm colors, people want to be active.
31. Which is the right color for different rooms?
A. Red or orange for offices. B. Orange for dining rooms.
C. Blue for bedrooms. D. Red for studies
32. Which of the following is the best title for the passage?
A. Two groups of colours B. Cool colours
C. Warm colours D. Colours and people
At first sight the planet Mars(火星)does not appear very welcoming to any kind of life. It has very little oxygen and water, the temperature at night is below 50 degrees and winds of 100 miles (161 kilometers)per hour cause severe dust storms. However, the surface of the planet seems to show that water flowed across it at some time in the past, and it is believed that there would be enough ice at the poles to cover the planet with water if it melted. Although there is no life on the Mars now, some scientists think there may have been some form of life a long time ago. At that time, the planet had active volcanoes(火山); the atmosphere was thicker and warmer; and there was water. In fact, in some ways the Mars may have been similar to the Earth, where life exists.
Some people believe that the Mars could support life in the future if the right conditions were produced. The first step would be to warm the planet using certain gases which trap the Sun’s heat in the planet’s atmosphere. With warmth, water and carbon dioxide（二氧化碳）, simple plants could begin to grow. These plants could slowly make the Mar s fit to live on. It is judged that the whole process might take between 100, 000 and 200, 000 years. In the meantime, people could begin to live on the planet in a special closed environment. They would provide a lot of useful information about conditions on Mars and the problems connected with living there.
33. According to the passage, the planet Mars has no __________on it.
A．animals B．mountains C．dust D．winds
34. What is the topic of Paragraph 2?
A．Certain gases should be used to warm Mars.
B．Plants should be grown to make Mars fit to live on.
C．Mars could support life with right conditions in the future.
D．People could live on Mars in a special closed environment.
35. The most suitable title for the passage is __________.
A．No Life on Mars B．A Study of Mars
C．The Future conditions on Mars D．The Possibility of Life on Mars
_____36_____ One of the best things you can possibly do is to start your own club. It’s great fun especially if you are the sort of person who feels there’s never anything to do during the school holidays.
The first thing you need to come up with is an idea for your club. _____37______ Pets, clothes, pop music or dancing groups, sports, making things? The list is endless.
Next you need some friends to be in your club with you. _____38_____. All you need is three or four other people who are interested in the same thing as you.
______39_______. You should all sit down somewhere together with lots of pieces of paper and write down every name you can think up. That’ll keep you busy for ages.
At your first meeting you should make up a rule book. And the first rule should be no grown-ups or little/big brothers or sisters! The best clubs are always secret!
Now you have just about everything you need, except membership cards. These are very important and again you can spend a lot of time making them. _____40_____ Why not leave some space for a photo of yourself? That will make the membership card really look like it.
So there you are, get united! Once you get started you’ll think of loads of more interesting things to do!
A. That’s easy.
B. Enjoy your own club!
C. Invite a designer to join you.
D. What are you interest in?
E. Some vacation is just around the corner.
F. Then you need to pick a name for your club.
G. Use a bright thick pen to make a special design.
Last autumn I spent a week at a big hotel in London. It was one those modern hotels where every 41 is the same size and has the same furniture, 42 looks like every other room.
My room was 311. One 43 I got back to the hotel after a dinner with some friends. When I 44 the door to my room, I saw an astonishing 45 . A man was pointing a handgun at a woman sitting in a chair, and the woman was saying in a 46 voice, “Please don’t shoot me!” I turned round, ran down the stairs -- I daren’t wait for the 47 -- and found a waiter in the hall “ Quick,” I said. “Someone has been killed in 48 room. Controlling his 49 , he came back with me, when we opened the door of 311, the room was 50 . The waiter looked at me 51 and said, “I think, sir, you 52 go to bed,” and left. I was 53 embarrassed to say anything, and thinking that I must have had too much to 54 , I followed his 55 .
The next morning, I asked about the matter, and the 56 was simple. I had gone to Room 411, where a famous 57 and his wife had been practising a scene from their new 58 . When I told them that it was I who had broken into their room, they laughed and gave me a 59 to see the play on the 60 night.
41. A．hotel B．room C．floor D．person
42. A．and B．so C．or D．but
43. A．time B．afternoon C．night D．moment
44. A．shut B．locked C．knocked D．opened
45. A．picture B．figure C．scene D．drawing
46. A．frightened B．soft C．worried D．happy
47. A．waiter B．police C．actor D．lift
48. A. a B. the C. my D. their
49. A．surprise B．sadness C．fear D．anger
50. A．noisy B．empty C．dirty D．crowded
51. A．nervously B．strangely C．curiously D．excitedly
52. A．must B．would rather C．may D．had better
53. A．much B．so C．too D．rather
54. A．talk B．drink C．eat D．worry
55. A. advice B. steps C. information D. service
56. A. result B. expression C. accident D. explanation
57. A．actor B．player C．dancer D．artist
58 A．film B．novel C．play D．story
59. A. seat B. card C. note D. ticket
60. A. opening B. last C. lone ly D. closing
Humans and animals have always lived together. For example, many people have dogs in ____61____ homes. Dogs ____62____ （be）very affectionate animals. They are also very sensitive to the feelings of the people with ____63____ they live, and it seems quite natural _____64______ (have) them in our houses. ___65____ all the many different types of dogs come from one species of animal, the grey wolf. These wild animals came into villages 12,000 years ago, ____66______ (look) for food. People found that wolves could help in the ____67____ (day) struggle for survival by guarding their homes and ____68_____ (hunt) wildlife to kill and eat. In some very cold parts of Northern Canada, the skin of very old dogs is still used _____69_____ warm clothes. Dogs are useful and many people love them—that is why they ____70_______ (call) “ man’s best friend”.
第四部分： 写作 （共两节 满分35分）
I receive your E-mail just now. Don’t worry about me. I’m get on well with my research work in the lab. But to my greatly surprise you say you will give up learn English. The reason is that you have not done well in it recently but you have lost interest. I’m afraid I can’t agree you. I know it is difficulty to learn English, bu t English is widely used in the world today. It will be an important tool in our future work. Beside, it is becoming more and more important in our everyday life. If you study hardly, you will succeed. Do remember that where there is a will, there is a way. I’ m looking forward to hearing a good news from you.
第二节： 书面表达 (满分25分)
1. 考试日期与科目； 2. 考试准备情况； 3. 考试时的状态；
4. 对试题的感受； 5. 可能的考试结果。
Thank you for your concern.
第一部分： 听力 （每题1.5分，共20题；满分30分）
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I received your E-mail just now. Don’t worry about me. I’m getting on well with my research work in the lab. But to my great surprise you say you will give up learning English. The reason is that you have not done well in it recently and you have lost interest. I’m afraid I can’t agree 加 with you . I know it is difficult to learn English, but English is widely used in the world today. It will be an important tool in our future work. B esides, it is becoming more and more important in our everyday life. If you study hard, you will succeed. Do remember that where there is a will, there is a way. I’ m looking forward to hearing 去掉 a good news from you.
One possible version:
Thank you for your concern. Now, I am writing to share with you the experiences in taking the final examination.
The exam was to begin on the morning of the 27th, January. The required subjects in the exam are Chinese, English, math, physics, chemistry and biology. In order to get satisfying grades in all subjects, I worked very hard to achieve my goal. Therefore, I had made a full preparation for it.
In spite of this, I first felt a little nervous because of some knowledge I was not familiar with. But after a deep breath, I told myself that I could make it and I was able to. After a while, everything went smooth for me. Once again, I regained my confidence, and it worked out well. So I am confident that I will get my ideal grades.
I am glad to receive your letter and thank you again for your concern. And I am expecting your experiences in the study and exam. Wish you a happy day!