1. Where is the woman going after work?
A. To a hospital. B. To a bookstore. C. To her uncle’s house.
2. What does Kate say about the restaurant?
A. The food was bad. B. The service was slow. C. The waitress was rude.
3. What does the woman mean?
A. She wants to go to bed early.
B. She is busy preparing for a trip.
C. She will have dinner with the man.
4. What do we know about the man?
A. He might miss this town. B. He doesn’t like the new job. C. He hasn’t been home for long.
5. What is the relationship between the speakers?
A. Husband and wife. B. Waiter and customer. C. Doctor and patient.
6. How will the speakers go to the party?
A. By taxi. B. By car. C. By bus.
7. What does the woman want the man to do?
A. Wait patiently. B. Wear formal clothes. C. Buy some clothes for her.
8. What is the weather like?
A. Hot. B. Warm. C. Cool.
9. What do the speakers decide to do?
A. Stay at home B. Go to the hospital. C. Buy some drinks.
10. What will the woman drink?
A . Soda water. B. Apple juice. C. Beer.
11. What happened to the woman?
A. She failed a test. B. She met a rude driver. C. She had a car accident.
12. How does the woman feel?
A. Sad. B. Scared. C. Ashamed.
13. What will the woman do before bed?
A. Use her computer. B. Watch television. C. Drink some tea.
14. Where is the man now?
A. In a TV station. B. In a friend’s house. C. In a manager’s office.
15. How does the man feel about Weybridge?
A. It is too noisy. B. It is convenient. C. It is far away.
16. What does we know about the dog?
A. She is very quiet. B. She likes the man. C. She lives in the woman’s garden.
17. When will the play begin?
A. At 3:00 p.m. B. At 5:00 p.m. C. At 7:00 p.m.
18. What should the audience do if they must call a person back?
A. Speak in a low voice. B. Leave the theater quietly. C. Call after the performance.
19. What should the audience pay attention to?
A. The fire exits. B. The performance hall. C. The show’s background.
20. How can the audience show their appreciation to the performers?
A. Scream for them. B. Take pictures of them. C. Stand up and clap hands.
My husband and I just got back from our one-month honeymoon in Bali. It’s been such a fun month. Icing on the cake was on New Year’s Eve（年前的锦上添花）. We landed in the Doha airport at 11:40 pm, and were determined to do something more fun and different, even though we were a little sleepy.
The idea is getting huge bags of chocolates and passing them out to strangers in the Doha airport, along with a lively and cheerful “Happy New Year!” At first, we got refused, and the staff looked at us strangely (they have strict rules on not accepting gifts--- even tiny ones). Passers-by thought we were crazy and trying to sell something, but we persevered(坚持不懈).
We ended up meeting at least 80 strangers and listening to different heart-opening stories. And among them were two Swedish women, who looked terribly exhausted in the Bali airport. And when we shared the chocolates in Doha, we learned that their entire purse, with ATM cards and money in it, had been stolen in Bali, and they had no money on them. We were moved and gave them money to spend the night in the business class waiting room and they were so relieved!
There were other sweet gentle people we met with whom we laugh and shared travel and life stories --- cute children, an old British couple, lovely college girls from Australia --- people from around the world.
It was a lively New Year’s Eve, but in a different way. Throughout the night, my heart opened, with even more fearlessness... as I wanted it to. It was such a perfect way to usher (开启) in the New Year!
21. What did other people think of the author at first?
A. childish and innocent B. generous and kind
C. creative and courageous D. strange and crazy
22. What happened to the two Swedish women?
A. They lost their purse B. They were seriously ill
C. They stole others’ luggage D. They had no place to spend the night
23. Which is the best title of the passage?
A. The Honeymoon in Bali B. Spreading Love
C. A Different New Year’s Eve D. An Interesting Experience
It’s spring now. After a long, cold winter, your waistline may have expanded a bit and you may be considering a diet.
Just do a quick Internet search of “crash diets”. The results are endless. “From start to finish, I dropped about 20 pounds,” Megan Smith said about her crash diet. “I cut everything out: I wasn’t even eating vegetables at the end of it.”
It was all to prepare for a bodybuilding show. Smith says it's not the way she normally prepares, nor the way she should prepare. “It wasn't supposed to be a crash diet. I just started my plan a little too late,” said Smith.
So what happened after the show? Exactly what you might expect. Smith gained all the weight back, and fast. “I deprived (剥夺) my body of so much stuff, once my body tasted all those salty, sugary, fattening foods, it wanted more and more,” said Smith.
Smith is not alone. Wellness Dietitian with ProMedica Health Systems Nathan Drendel says he has seen it all. “People lose 15～20 pounds and they don’t learn anything but deprivation and they overeat and put 25 on. Then they drop 30 and put 35 on,” explained Drendel. “It can have problems with the heart, and the immune system. It can mess up your metabolism (新陈代谢) over time if you do it for a long time,” said Drendel.
Doctor Ameer Kabour, Chief of Cardiology for Mercy St. Vincent’s, says his department sees a lot of people with heart problems this time of year, after doing a crash diet. “Because of that diet, people have a significant drop in their blood pressure and they pass out (昏迷),” said Kabour.
24．Why did Smith try crash diets?
A．To change her lifestyle. B．To prepare for a show.
C．To keep fit and healthy. D．To enjoy the spring season.
25．What can we learn from Smith’s case?
A．People should keep on trying crash diets.
B．Crash diets are only suitable for some people.
C．People should go on a diet as early as possible.
D．Crash diets aren’t an effective way of losing weight.
26．What is the author's purpose in writing the text?
A．To explain the harm of crash diets. B．To share doctors’ view on crash diets.
C．To tell us a proper way to be on a diet. D．To explore an easy and ideal way to lose weight.
If you are given only one yuan, could you live in a city for one day? It seems this may be a little difficult.
But students from Xi’an did it.
On April 10, more than 60 students from the Middle School Attached to Northwestern Polytechnical University took part in the One Yuan Metropolis Survival. The charitable organization for teenagers called Imperceptible Education held this activity. Students not only have to live, but they also have to deal with a lot of hard tasks. It has happened in eight cities and is going to four others, including Beijing, in June.
To make money, many students looked for part-time jobs and saw how hard life was. Zhang Qiyue, 14, asked more than 10 restaurants for a job and finally got one chance. “We were sad when they said no. But gradually(逐渐地), we got used to it,” he said. After being a waiter for an hour, he got 25 yuan.
Some made use of their talents by singing and dancing in parks or shopping malls. Many people who walked by took notice and helped them. Zhao Jiacheng, 14, drew pictures and made paper crafts(手工). “This showed it’s important to learn a special skill,” he said.
Living was hard, but finishing the tasks wasn’t any easier. They went to different places to finish tasks in a short time. The most amazing one was when they had to exchange things worth thousands yuan with only a piece of paper in half an hour. “We learned how to persuade others. From a balloon to a cake to a bottle of yogurt(酸乳) … after almost 20 tries, we got an expensive necklace,” he said. They will give all of the money they made to poor schools in Tibet, which is their special purpose by taking part in the survival activity.
27. To make money, students tried many things EXCEPT _____.
A. going to Beijing to do their tasks B. working part-time jobs
C. giving talent shows D. drawing and making paper crafts
28. Why do the students took part in the One Yuan Metropolis Survival?
A. To get a chance to do part-time jobs. B. To find a way to survive in the city.
C. To help poor schools in Tibet D. To exchange a piece of paper for a necklace
29. What does the underlined word “persuade” in the last paragraph mean?
A. argue with others B. show sth. to others
C. sell something to others D. make sb. do sth.
30. What’s the author’s attitude toward the One Yuan Metropolis Survival?
A. negative B. positive C. unconcerned D. indifferent
第二节（共5 小题；每小题2 分，满分10分）
Lots of people find it hard to get up in the morning and put the blame on the alarm clock. In fact, the key to easy morning wake-up lies in resting your body clock. 31 Here is how to make one.
● 32 In order to make a change, you need to decide why it's important. Do you want to get up in time to have breakfast with your family, get in some exercise, or just be better prepared for your day? Once you are clear about your reason, tell your family or roommates about the change you want to make.
● Rethink mornings. Now that you know why you want to wake up, consider re-arranging your morning activities. If you want time to have breakfast with your family, save some time the night before by setting out clothes, shoes, and bags. 33 That’s a quarter-hour more you could be sleeping if you bought a coffee maker with a timer.
● Keep your sleep/wake schedule on weekends. If you’re tired out by Friday night, sleeping in(睡过头) on Saturday could sound wonderful. But compensating(补偿) on the weekends actually feeds into your sleepiness the following week, a recent study found. 34 .
● Keep a record and evaluate it weekly. Keep track of your efforts and write down how you feel. After you’ve tried a new method for a week, take a look at your record. 35 .If not, take another look at other methods you could try.
A. Get a sleep specialist.
B. Find the right motivation.
C. A better plan for sleep can help.
D. And consider setting a second alarm.
E. If the steps you take are working, keep it up.
F. Stick to your set bedtime and wake-up time, no matter the day.
G. Reconsider the 15 minutes you spend in line at the café to get coffee.
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, 选出可填入空白处的最佳选项。
My grandpa was not tall. But to me, a five-year-old child, he was a giant. We would sit side by side, watching the sun go down behind the gas station across the busy street, a street that I was never 36 to cross 37 accompanied(陪伴) by an adult.
One day we sat 38 the traffic, counting cars and trying to guess the color of the next one to turn the corner. Suddenly Grandpa asked, “ 39 ?”
“Yes,” was my reply. "How would you like to run over to the gas station there and get 40 a bottle of Coke?"
I couldn’t believe my 41 . Had I heard right? Was he talking to me? On my family’s modest（卑微的） income, Coke was not a part of our diet. A few sips(小口抿) was all I had ever had, and certainly never my own bottle.
I replied shyly, “Okay,” already wondering how I would get across the 42 . I thought Grandpa was going to go with me. 43 , after he gave me a dime(硬币), he said to me, “Okay, I'm going to stay 44 and tell you when it’s safe to cross. You go over to the Coke machine, get your Coke and walk back. 45 me to tell you when it’s safe to cross back.”
I was very both excited and nervous when Grandpa 46 my hand tightly. Together we looked 47 the street and down, and up again. When he told me it was safe to cross, he 48 my hand and I ran. I ran faster than I had ever run before. The street seemed 49 . I wondered if I would 50 it to the other side. Reaching the other side, I 51 to find Grandpa still standing exactly where I had left him, 52 proudly.
Coke in hand, I proudly marched back out into the early evening dusk, seeing Grandpa was waiting 53 .
“Stop right there!” he yelled(喊). One or two cars sped by me, and once again, Grandpa yelled, “Come on now, run!” At last I crossed the street safely. “Don't ever do that 54 ,” he warned.
One long swallow(吞，咽) of the cold Coke cooled my sweating body. I 55 felt so proud.
36. A. hoped B. expected C. dared D. allowed
37. A. if B. when C. unless D. whether
38. A. watching B. noticing C. seeing D. finding
39. A. Happy B. Funny C. Hungry D. Thirsty
40. A. you B. ourselves C. me D. yourself
41. A. eyes B. ears C. brain D. words
42. A. Coke B. station C. cars D. street
43. A. Though B. However C. Because D. Therefore
44. A. here B. home C. in D. there
45. A. Ask for B. Search for C. Wait for D. Look for
46. A. took B. shook C. held D. put
47. A. down B. back C. up D. upwards
48. A. took hold of B. let go of C. lost hold of D. controlled over
49. A. narrow B. smooth C. long D. wide
50. A. take B. make C. have D. see
51. A. turned B. had C. began D. came
52. A. smiling B. singing C. crying D. calling
53. A. angrily B. impatiently C. carefully D. patiently
54. A. again B. once C. alone D. though
55. A. never B. still C. ever D. also
I can still remember the day 56 I sat on the stairs of a temple in Nepal. The square before 57 temple became very muddy as a result of the rain. We had to walk on a path 58 (make) by a line of bricks on the muddy ground.
A friend of 59 ( I ) complained all the way while she stepped on the bricks walking towards me. Looking around she said very impatiently , “Boring indeed! What if I fall into the dirty water?”
Since I knew her very well, I 60 (nod) , hoping to comfort her.
A few minutes 61 (late), another friend came to the same scene. She stepped on the brick path dancing 62 (happy) and singing, “Jump, jump,...” until she reached the dry ground. She couldn't help shouting, “ 63 fun it is!” With joy welled up in eyes, she made the remarks, “The most pleasant thing of the rainy season is that one can entirely be free 64 dust.”
In the eyes of the two there were two different worlds. As the world has a population of 6 billion, it follows that there should be 6 billion 65 (world).
第四部分 写作（共两节，满分40 分）
66. 马克没有失业。相反地，他已找到了一份很好的工作。(on the contrary)
68. 由于不会说英语，他发现在加拿大谋生很难。(earn one’s living)
69. 我们最好保持均衡饮食。(balanced diet)
70. 这首歌总是使我想起我的童年。(remind ... of)
73. 你熟悉站在门口的那个老师吗？(familiar; 定语从句)
74. 如释重负她大声笑了出来。( in relief; burst)
命题人：李艳平 审核人: 赵刚
1-5 ABAAC 6-10 CBAAC 11-15 BBCAB 16-20 BCCAC
21---23 DAC 24---26 BDA 27---30 ACDB
36---40 DCADD 41---45 BDBAC 46---50 CCBCB
56. when 57. the 58. made 59. mine 60. nodded
61. later 62. happily 63. What 64. of 65. worlds
I am sorry to hear that you feel extremely nervous before an important exam. I'd like to give you some suggestions.
First, make careful plans before exams to master what you've learned completely. It will help you build up your confidence. Second, take proper exercise regularly, which will help you keep healthy and energetic. Last but not least, don't stay up late studying. It's very important to have a good sleep at night if you want to be energetic during the day.
I hope my suggestions can help you reduce the pressure of exams and perform well in them.
66. Mark isn’t out of work. On the contrary, he has found a good job .
67. The problem is how we can find the best way to solve it.
68. He found it hard to earn his living in Canada, because he couldn’t speak English.
69. We’d better keep a balanced diet.
70. This song always reminds me of my childhood.
71. Obviously/ It’s obvious that he plays a trick on/ play jokes on you.
72. Parents attach great importance to education.
73. Are you familiar with the teacher who/ that is standing at the door?
74. In relief she burst into laughter/ burst out laughing.
75. I would appreciate it if you help me with my English.