例: How much is the shirt?
A.￡19.15 B.￡9.18 C.￡9.15
1. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. In a clinic B. In a hotel C. In a store
2. What did the woman think they would do?
A. See an exhibition B. Have a meeting C. Attend a lecture
3. What will the man probably do next?
A. Go back to his work B. Eat out for lunch C. Pick up Jenny.
4. What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A. Professor and student B. Hotel manager and tourist C. Salesman and customer
5. How much will the woman pay for one chair?
A.﹩59. B.﹩62. C.﹩65.
6. What part-time job does the woman do?
A. A teacher B. A guide. C. A cleaner
7. Why does the woman like the job?
A. She can get a high pay B. She can have more spare time
C. She can get some good work experience
8. When will the man leave China?
A. Next year B. In one month C. In two weeks
9. Why can't the man decide when to come to China again?
A. His mother hasn't recovered yet B. He hasn't found a job in China
C. He wants to work in America
10. How did the woman book the movie tickets?
A. On the phone B. At the ticket office C. Through the Internet
11. Where will the speakers go first?
A. The cinema B. The restaurant C. The bookstore
12. When was the appointment with the Smiths originally scheduled?
A. At 11:30 B. At 12:00 C. At 2:00
13. Where are the two rugby teams from?
A. From Oxford and Harvard B. From Yale and Cambridge C. From Yale and Harvard
14. When is the rugby game usually held every year?
A. In October. B. In November C. In December
15. What does the woman think of the game?
A. Fantastic B. Noisy. C. Boring
16. How do the students celebrate the event according to the man?
A. By waving flags and dancing B. By throwing bottles and singing
C. By waving flags and showing logos
17. What does the study mainly explain?
A. Watching too much TV could increase the risk of death
B. The healthy way to watch TV for relaxation
C. Bad habits related to TV watching
18. How many sitting-for-long actions does the speaker mention?
A. One B. Three C. Fine
19. What does Gonzalez say about driving a car?
A. It represents a higher energy loss than watching TV
B. It represents as much energy loss as watching TV
C. It represents a lower energy loss than watching TV
20. What does Gonzalez suggest people do?
A. Eat food while watching TV B. Watch TV less than an hour each day
C. Stop watching TV
第二部分 阅读理解（共两节 满分40分）
Started in 1636, Harvard University is the oldest of all the many colleges and universities in the United States. Yale, Princeton, Columbia and Dartmouth were opened soon after Harvard.
In the early years, these schools were much alike. Only young men went to colleges. All the students studied the same subject and everyone learned Latin, Greek and Hebrew. Little was known about science then and one kind of school could teach everything that was known about the world. When the students graduated, most of them become ministers or teachers.
In 1782, Harvard started a medical school for young men who wanted to become doctors. Later, lawyers could receive their training in Harvard’s law school. In 1825 besides Latin and Greek, Harvard began teaching modern languages, such as French and German. Soon it began teaching American history.
As knowledge increased, Harvard and other colleges began to teach many new subjects. Students were allowed to choose the subjects that interested them.
Today there are many different kinds of colleges and universities. Most of them are made up of smaller schools that deal with special fields of learning. There's so much to learn that one kind of school can't offer it all.
21. From the second paragraph, we can see that in the early years, __________.
A. those colleges and universities were almost the same
B. people, young or old, might study in the colleges
C. the students studied only some languages and science
D. when the students finished their school, they became lawyers or teachers
22. As knowledge increased, colleges began to teach__________.
A. everything that was known B. law and something about medicine
C. many new subjects D. the subjects that interested students
23. On the whole, the passage is about_______________.
A. how to start a university B. the world-famous colleges in America
C. how colleges have changed D. what kind of lessons each college teaches
They were a happy family: four daughters all in the same school in different grades. The youngest, Janice, who was in my class, seemed to be glued （粘）to her mother’s skirts. The three older girls took the bus to school every morning, but Janice was always driven to school by her mother.
One Friday, Janice’s mother asked for a talk with me. She said in a soft voice, “My husband is going to Europe on business for two weeks, and he insists that I go with him. I have tried to explain over and over that Janice needs me here. But he thinks that she will be fine without me so I have no choice; I have to go. I have told the babysitter to drive her every morning. Will you please give Janice special attention and help her? I want to be sure everything goes well for her.”
I told her that we would make every effort to support Janice. I even volunteered to meet Janice at her car so she would see a familiar face. As a mother myself, I’d like to help. Janice’s mother thanked me for our understanding.
On Monday morning, expecting a tearful, anxious child, I planned a special program of fun and games. I waited outside to greet Janice, but just then the bus arrived and not three, but four girls got off. Janice skipped along joyfully, saying “goodbye” to her sisters as she ran with two friends into the classroom. I walked slowly into the classroom and called Janice over to ask how the bus ride went. Impatiently she said, “Oh, I always want to take the bus with the other kids, but Mother needs to be with me. You see there won’t be any more babies, so I have to be a baby a little longer. While she is away, I’ll just ride the bus every day. I am five, you know.
24. Why did Janice’s mother want to have a talk with the author?
A. To ask her to help Janice with her homework. B. To ask her to pick up Janice every day.
C. To ask her to give Janice more attention. D.To ask her to meet Janice at her car.
25. What did the author not do for Janice?
A. Plan a special program of fun and games. B. Wait for her outside the school.
C. Drove her to school every morning D. Ask about her bus ride.
26. What did Janice look like on Monday morning?
A. She was tearful and anxious. B. She was worried about her mother.
C. She missed her mother very much. D. She was happy rather than sad.
27. What do we know from the passage?
A. Janice is too young to go to school by bus. B. Janice likes taking the bus to school.
C. Janice doesn’t like her babysitter. D. Janice is no longer a child.
In many ways, Providence Mount St. Vincent in Seattle is a typical senior living community. It is home to about 400 elderly people and provides them with different types of assistance. However, it is also the Inter-generational Learning Center---a preschool where children and seniors have the chance to bond（结成友好的关系）.
Established in 1991, the ILC’s purpose is to allow kids to learn about acceptance while also being nurtured. It also aims to help seniors develop a greater sense of self-worth and strengthen social interactions. Babies to prekindergarten-aged children are placed into six different classes at the ILC. The kids attend art and music classes, as well as story time and exercise time with the seniors. Marie Hoover, ILC director, said that interacting with the seniors has proven beneficial for the young ones, making them more open-minded.
“For the ILC children, interacting with the residents is simply part of their day-to-day life here and the way aging is ‘normalized’ , which may be the most important benefit they receive ,” Hoover said. “ I’ve had parents call me years after their children have graduated from our program to let me know about some incidents when their child was the first to warmly greet someone who happened to be in a wheelchair.”
As for the seniors, they’re delighted by the companionship the children provide. The children bring so much energy and joy to our residents. Many of residents are widows or widowers and can become lonely. Their adult children may still be working, so they may not get to see them as often as they would like. Having the children stay with the old makes our residents feel they are still part of a community. The young and the old connect and learn from one another at this unique facility.
28. ILC is intended to _______.
A. build a typical senior living community B. take good care of the children
C. benefit both the children and the seniors D. rid the seniors of loneliness
29. From what Hoover said in Para. 3, we can learn that the ILC children _________.
A. keep in touch with the seniors even if they have left ILC
B. come to realize that aging is a normal part of life
C. take different attitudes to the elderly after graduation
D. think it easy to interact with the elderly residents in ILC
30. The last paragraph mainly tells us _________.
A. the benefits the seniors receive B. the situation of the seniors
C. children’s company D. the interaction between the children and the seniors
31. The underlined words this unique facility may refer to _________.
A. a special building B. a typical family
C. a typical teaching program D. a special learning center
Each year on Halloween,children look forward to trick-or-treating(不请客就捣乱)for candies. But for some kids, eating Halloween candies can be dangerous.
That's because one out of every 13 kids in the Us have a food allergy（过敏症）. They are allergic to ingredients（成份） in many Halloween candies, such as peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, and beans. If they eat these foods, they will get sick or even die.
“I had to throw away all my candies with tears,” eight-year-old Conlen said. Conlen is allergic to peanuts, tree nuts, and dairy.Twelve-year-old Kylie is allergic to peanuts and tree nuts. She has been trick-or-treating only twice. “I brought my candies home and gave them to the neighbors," Kylie said. "It felt terrible."
But this year, Conlen, Kylie and other kids with food allergies will have a chance for a happy Halloween .That's because nearly100,000 households across the US have promised to take part in the Teal Pumpkin Project (TPP), which was started last year by Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE). FARE is an organization that works to improve the lives of people with food allergies. Through the project, the households agree to have nonfood items for trick-or-treaters,including trinkets(小饰品) and toys.
To take part in the project, people buy a teal (蓝绿色) pumpkin or paint a pumpkin teal and place it in front of their house. The painted pumpkins let trick-or-treaters know that nonfood items are available there. The households also add their home addresses to an online map, making it easier for trick-or-treaters to find them.
Kylie loves the idea.“The TPP makes Halloween fun and safe,”she said.“It makes me feel like a normal kid, and it makes everyone feel included.”
32.To Conlen and Kylie, the past Halloween were________________.
A. upsetting and dangerous B. interesting and special
C. sick and terrible D. important and exciting
33.According to the passage, we know that FARE_____________.
A .helps people with food allergies recover
B. helps the households take part in the TPP
C. takes action to change kids’ bad eating habits
D. helps kids with food allergies have a happy Halloween
34.The households help kids with food allergies by____________.
A. giving them teal pumpkins as gifts
B. offering them all kinds of food except candies
C. providing them with trinkets and toys as treats
D. asking them for home addresses and sending them gifts
35.Where is the passage most probably taken from?
A. A magazine about the history of festivals. B. A news report on cultures and customs.
C. An advertisement for an organization. D. A research paper on kid’s health.
Losing trust is a two-way street, and so is rebuilding it. Both parties must want to work at rebuilding lost trust.
Forgive yourself. Remember that no one is perfect, whether it is you that are to blame or not. _____36.___ Forgiving and trusting yourself is also important if you plan on earning to forgiveness and trust of someone else.
Come clean. Tell the truth, the whole truth, especially if the truth is already clear. Moreover, even if there are parts that you can keep hidden without getting caught, you should still tell the whole truth. ____37.____
Pushing the blame on someone else will tell the other person that you still do not fully understand the lost trust. ____38.___ But an irresponsible person must make the same mistakes over and over again.
Apologize. Even if you do not feel the need to apologize, you should offer the person you hurt a simple “I’m sorry for hurting you.” ___39.___ Be genuine. Fake apologies often sound fake. Only apologize when you’re truly sorry and truly eager to rebuild the trust that was lost.
____40.____ This is one obvious step that can sometimes be ignored. Admit to the other person you realize you broke his or her trust in you, and express your wish to rebuild it.
A. It might be unpleasant for you.
B. State your wish to rebuild trust.
C. Do not put pressure on the other person.
D. A responsible person is able to be trusted again.
E. Only in admitting all your faults can you be forgiven for all of them.
F. Look the person straight in the eyes as you say this to express truthfulness.
G. Accept your failure as a part of the past and try to push forward into the future.
第三部分 英语知识运用 (共两节 满分45分)
Be a Traveler, not a Tourist
Last summer, I had just enough money saved to buy a golden ticket—a 3-month train pass that would take me to the furthest reaches of Europe. Excited for my journey, I packed all the necessities—except the 41 .
While the convenience of the Internet was definitely a contributing factor to my 42 not to take with me the few expensive kilograms of out-of-date information, this was not the only reason why I decided to fly alone.
To be honest, my main 43 with the guidebook is that I find it 44 the pleasure of a journey—like bossy aunt who is always telling you what to do, 45 she doesn’t always know what is the best.
Experience has taught me that there is an obvious 46 between a tourist and traveler.
While waiting in a queue, I met a man who had a checklist. He showed me his list of “Top 20 Things To Do in Italy” and 47 off in a loud American accent that he’d seen everything Italy has to offer in just four days.
The problem I had with this man’s 48 to travelling was that he was too 49 information provided by his guidebook. He was lost in the 50 attractiveness of the “must-sees” and 51 to all the wonders and adventures that might happen during the 52 trip.
So, 53 any guidebook, I traveled to Estonia, the tiny Baltic country bordering Russia. In the 54 of advance plans as guidebooks would suggest, I had no choice but to turn to some friendly faces for advice. I 55 myself first and then asked them what was happening around the town. When this 56 an invitation to a beautiful Estonian home by a river where I 57 a 110-degree wood-stove sauna（桑拿浴）, 58 picked forest-mushrooms and the good 59 of our five new-found Estonian friends, I was most glad that I had left my “bossy 60 ” at home.
41． A. guidebook B. magazine C. cash D. map
42． A. goal B. excuse C. decision D. mistake
43． A. suggestion B. problem C. dislike D. connection
44． A. increases B. annoys C. removes D. limits
45． A. even though B. as if C. as though D. as long as
46． A. similarity B. distinction C. competition D. misunderstanding
47． A. cut B. showed C. gave D. put
48． A. way B. determination C. confidence D. approach
49． A. cautious about B. amused by C. focused on D. surprised at
50． A. likely B. seemingly C. orderly D. lovely
51． A. blind B. dumb C. deaf D. eager
52． A. guided B. imagined C. real D. paid
53． A. without B. beyond C. except D. unlike
54． A. loss B. control C. face D. absence
55． A. introduced B. warned C. calmed D. enjoyed
56． A. resulted in B. cut in C. broke in D. put in
57． A. found B. enjoyed C. ordered D. bathed
58． A. locally B. secretly C. rarely D. nervously
59． A. experience B. company C. opinion D. time
60． A. mom B. book C. aunt D. master
Oprah Winfrey is not just an 61.______(extreme )successful TV personality in the US. but she is also a woman who 62.____( inspire )millions so far. In her television shows she makes 63.____ possible to talk about great moments and difficulties in people 's lives. She has helped thousands of men and women come to terms with things 64.______bother them and that they could not talk about with others. Oprah's programme about literature, 65.____which she reviews books, is very popular. When she praises a book, it 66.______(become) a best-seller. Her life and her success are 67.________good example for many women.
Oprah Winfrey's wonderful career inspires many people 68.______(believe) that success and 69.________(happy) in life are within reach for everyone. Her life shows 70.______(we) that hard work and discipline are the road to self-improvement, and success lies somewhere along that road.
第四部分 写作（共两节 满分35分）
Dear Mr. Brown,
I am now final back home. Thank you very much for the kindness I got from you during my stays. Hoping everything is fine with you there. Now I wonder that whether I could ask you for favor. When I came back, I suddenly realized that I have left my novel, The Call of the Wild, behind at your place. It is a gift from my America teacher, that is very precious for me. Would you please send them back to me? I’ll pay for the postage. The novel must be in the bookshelf in the bedroom.
Thanks and all the best.
假定你是某高中的学生会主席。为促进学校全体老师和学生的英语学习，你校将举办英语晚会。现请你以学生会(the Student Union)的名义写一份约100词的英文口头通知，欢迎全校老师和同学们参加。
内容： 1．晚会时间：下周五晚 8∶00—10∶00
The Students’ Union
听力：1-5 CABAC 6-10 BCCAC 11-15 BBCBA 16-20 CABAB
阅读：21-23 ACC 24-27 CCDB 28-31 CBAD 32-35 ADCB
七选五: 36-40 GEDFB
完形: 41-45 ACBDA 46-50 BBDCB 51-55 ACADA 56-60 ABABC
语法填空: 61. extremely 62. has inspired 63. it 64. that/which 65. in/on
66. will become 67. a 68. to believe 69. happiness 70. us
改错: 71. final→ finally
75. for favor中间加a
76. I have left中的have→had
May I have your attention please? I’m very glad to inform you that an English evening is going to be held in our school meeting hall from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. next Friday. So it is our great chance to practice English and improve our English studies. You will enjoy English stories, songs, poems and short plays at the evening. Mr and Mrs. Green from the USA working in our school, together with their children, will be invited to our evening. They will give us wonderful performances.
All the teachers and students are welcome to attend our English evening. We hope all of you will like the performances. Please be on time. That’s all. Thank you!
The Students’ Union
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