本试题卷分第Ｉ卷(选择题) 和第 II 卷 (非选择题) 两部分, 总分 100 分, 考试时间 90 分钟。 第Ⅰ卷（选择题 共 75 分） I．第一部分：单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，共 15 分） 从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 1. With so many flowers __
_____the field , it looks like a vast sheet of colorful silk. A. being covered B. to cover C. covering D. covered 2. Over the past several years, the government _______to make more and more people understand the importance of disease prevention. A. had tried B. tried C. has been trying D. is trying 3. The tennis match between Li Na and Justine Henin was so fierce that everyone _______their breath at the end. B. had held C. hold A. will hold D. was holding 4. She is very enthusiastic about dancing, and never hesitates when _______to perform. A. asked B. asking C. being asking D. to be asked 5. Children's _______to the Internet gets their parents worried. B. being addicted C. to addict A. addicted D. to be addicted 6.Responsibility and confidence go hand in hand. Only _______you are willing to be fully responsible for your life can you be truly confident in your efforts. A. when B. where C. how D. what 7. "War Horse" is mainly about the story of a remarkable horse and his experience with people and soldiers. It has an anti-war message _____through the eyes of the brave horse. A. having delivered B. delivering C. to be delivered D. delivered 8. I agree that _______punishment is not the answer to the problem of crimes. A. modest B. fragile C. severe C. delicate 9. Should we judge the progress of a country based on _______ happy its people feel instead of economic indicators such as per capita income? A. how B. what C. when D. which 10. It takes more than just practice _______ an Olympian. Gold medal performances require some serious nutrition. B. becoming C. become D. to become A. became 11. The speech which he made concerning the football match ____a lot of fans to death. A．bore B．had bored C．bored D．has bored 12. A beginner's painting can't be compared to ______of an expert. A. that B. one C. any D. it 13. You’d better move the large case away; it ________ too much room. A. takes up B. takes in K$#s5u C. takes out D. takes over 14. She is a good teacher, because she's able to ______ her students. A. appeal B. motivate C. isolate D. balance 15. It is true during their _______they often faced difficulties and dangers of nature.
II.完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，共 20 分） 请认真阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项. The family had just moved. The young woman was feeling a little 16 . It was Mother’s Day—and 800 miles separated her from her parents. She had called them that morning, and her mother had 17 how colorful their backyard was 18 spring had arrived. Later, she told her husband how she 19 those lilacs(丁香) in their patents’ yard. “I know where we can find some, “ he said. “Get the 20 and come on.” So off they went. K$#s5u Some time later, they stopped at a hill and there were lilacs all around. The young woman rushed up to the nearest 21 and buried her face in the flowers. Carefully, she 22 some. Finally, they returned to their car for the 23 home. The woman sat smiling, surrounded by her 24 . When they were near home, she shouted “Stop,” got off quickly and 25 to a nearby nursing home. She went to the end of the porch(门廊) , where a(n) 26 patient was sitting in her wheelchair, and put the flowers into her lap. The two 27 , bursting into laughter now and then. Later the young woman turned and ran back to her 28 . As the car pulled away, the woman in the wheelchair 29 with a smile, and held the lilacs 30 . “Mom,” the kids asked, “ 31 did you give her our flowers?” “It’s Mother’s Day, and she seems so 32 while I have all of you. And anyone would be 33 by flowers. This satisfied the kids, but not the husband. The next day he 34 some young lilacs around their yard. I was the husband. Now, every May, our yard is full of lilacs. Every Mother’s Day our kids 35 purple lilacs. And every year I remember that smile of the lonely old woman. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A moved learned now that missed cars bush bought break friends responde d loving hesitated family nodded sadly why quiet B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B worried imagined so that grew kids hill picked holiday memory pointed elderly waited mother waved politely when confused C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C angry mentioned as if watered clothes yard set trip flowers drove serious sat path left quickly how alone
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III. 阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分）K$#s5u 第一节（共 15 小题；每题 2 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中，选出最佳选项。 A When a group of children politely stop a conversation with you, saying: “We have to go to work now, ”you’re left feeling surprised and certainly uneasy. After all, this is the 1990s and the idea of children working is just unthinkable. That is, until you are told that they are all pupils of stage schools, and that the “work”they go off to is to go on the stage in a theatre. K$#s5u Stage schools often act as agencies（代理机构）to supply children for stage and television work. More worthy of the name “stage school” are those few places where children attend full time, with a training for the theatre and a general education. A visit to such schools will leave you in no doubt that the children enjoy themselves. After all, what lively children wouldn’t settle for spending only half the day doing ordinary school work, and acting, singing or dancing their way through the other half of the day? Then of course there are times for the children to make a name and make a little money in some big shows. Some stage schools give their children too much professional work at such a young age. But the law is very tight on the amount they can do. Those under 13 are limited to 40 days in the year; those over 13 to 80 days. The schools themselves admit that not all children will be successful in the profession for which they are being trained. So what happens to those who don’t make it? while all the leading schools say they place great importance on children getting good study results, the facts seem to suggest this is not always the case. 36. People would stop feeling uneasy when realizing that the children they’re talking to _____. A. attend a stage school B. are going to the theatre C. have got some work to do D. love singing and dancing 37. In the writer’s opinion, a good stage school should ______. A. produce star performers B. help pupils improve their study skills C. train pupils in language and performing arts D. provide a general education and stage training 38. “Professional work” is used in the text means _______. A. ordinary school work B. money-making
performances C. stage training at school dancing after class 39. Which of the following best describes how the writer feels about stage schools? _______ K$#s5u A. He thinks highly of what they have to offer. B. He favours an early start in the training of performing arts. C. He feels uncomfortable about children putting on night shows. D. He doubts the standard of ordinary education they have reached. B Shopping for clothes is not the same experience for a man as it is for a woman. A man goes shopping because he needs something. He knows what he wants, and his purpose is to find it and buy it, the price is a less important consideration. All men simply walk into a shop and ask the assistant for what they want. If the shop has it, the salesman immediately produces it, and the business of trying it on is done at once. All being well, the bargain can be and often is completed in less than five minutes, with hardly any chat and to everyone’s satisfaction. For a man, slight problems may begin when the shop does not have what he wants. Then the salesman tries to sell the customer something else-he offers the nearest he can to the thing required. He usually says, “I know this jacket is not the style you want, sir, but would you like to try it on for size? It happens to be the color you wanted. ”Few men have patience with this treatment, and the usual reply is: “This is the right colour and may be the right size, but I should be wasting my time and yours by trying it on. ” Now how does a woman go about buying clothes? She does so in the opposite way. She has never fully made up her mind what she wants, and she is only “having a look round”. She is always open to persuasion, indeed she considers of great importance what the saleswoman tells her, even what her friends tell her. She will try on any number of things. Highest in her mind is the thought of finding something that everyone thinks suits her. Most women have an excellent sense of value when they buy clothes. They are always trying to find an unexpected bargain. Faced with a roomful of dresses, a woman may easily spend an hour going from one counter （柜台） to another before selecting the dresses she wants to try on. It takes a great deal of time but gives great joy. Most dress shops supply chairs for the waiting husbands. 40. When a man is buying clothes, he ______. A. puts price before quality K$#s5u B. chooses things that others think suitable for him C. does not mind much the price he has to pay for the right things D. buys good quality things, so long as they do not cost too much
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41. From the passage, we know that in shopping for a jacket ______. A. men like their jackets to be bigger than their size B. most men can tell whether it is the right size for them K$#s5u C. men make sure it fits them before buying it D. men don’t worry whether the clothes fit well or not so long as it is the right colour 42. When a man cannot get what he wants, he ______. A. buys something of the same colour in a slightly different style B. usually does not buy anything C. will try on some other clothes of the same style D. wastes time in buying something else 43. What does the passage tell us about women shoppers for clothes? A. They welcome suggestions from anyone. B. Women seldom consider buying cheap clothes. C. Women often buy things without thinking. D. They listen to advice but never take it. 44. The most obvious difference between men and women shoppers is ______. A. that men do not try clothes on in a shop while women do B. that women bargain for their clothes and men don’t C. that women do their shopping standing up but men do theirs sitting down D. the time they take over buying clothes C When Johnny Cash sings, people listen. His big, deep voice rumbles out of radios and juke-boxes across North America. His records sell by the million. Country-music fans everywhere, know his big hits. They love songs like "Hey Porter", "Ring of Fire", and "Folsom Prison Blue". Johnny Cash sings about a hundred concerts a year. People like what they hear--and what they see, too. Rugged and big-shouldered, the singer stands six-two without his black boots on. He's a two-hundred-pound package of muscle and talent. And that scar on his cheek? It's a bullet(子弹)hole, of course! In the minds of most people, Johnny Cash is "Mr Tough( violent) Guy". He's an ex-drug addict who was once put in prison. His grandmother was an Indian. To keep from starving he once had to live on wild rabbits killed from forty feet away with a knife. Some people say he even killed a man. In fact, most of the Johnny Cash story is just that--a story. True, years ago he had a "drug habit "for a short time. He "popped" pills. But he never used heroin or other "hard "drugs. Sometimes he'd go wild and get locked up for a few hours. But he never served a prison sentence.
There's no Indian blood in his veins. He's been a killer only in song. As for the "bullet hole", it's an old scar left by a doctor who opened a cyst(囊肿). People who know Johnny Cash well say he's a "gentle guy", a "generous guy'--anything but a "tough guy". How did the stories get started? Some of them, like the story about the "Indian grandmother", he made up long ago to add excitement to his career. Others, like the "bullet hole" , simply got started. Now there's little the singer can do to change people's minds. "They just want to believe it," he says. 45. In truth, Johnny Cash .. A. invented the "Indian grandmother" B. used to kill rabbits for a living C. had a bullet hole on his cheek D. served a long prison sentence 46. In his private life, Johnny Cash is . . A. much wilder than he looks B. much smaller than he is on stage C. much tougher than he is in public D. much more gentle than most people suppose 47. The passage shows us that many people believe . A. only what they see B. what they are sure is true C. only what they hear D. what they find interesting D For many parents, raising a teenager is like fighting a long war, but years go by without any clear winner. Like a border conflict between neighboring countries, the parent-teen war is about boundaries: Where is the line between what I control and what you do? Both sides want peace, but neither feels it has any power to stop the conflict. In part, this is because neither is willing to admit any responsibility for starting it . From the parents’ point of view, the only cause of their fight is their adolescents’ complete unreasonableness. And of course, the teens see it in exactly the same way , except oppositely . Both feel trapped. In this article, I’ll describe three no-win situations that commonly arise between teens and parents and then suggest some ways out of the trap. The first no-win situation is quarrels over unimportant things. Examples include the color of the teen’s hair, the cleanliness of the bedroom, the preferred style of clothing, the child’s failure to eat a good breakfast before school, or his tendency to sleep until noon on the weekends. Second, blaming, the goal of a blaming battle is to make the other admit that his bad attitude is the reason why everything goes wrong. Third, needing to be right, It doesn’t matter what the topic is –politics, the laws of physics, or the proper way to break an egg –the point of these arguments is to prove that you are right and the other person is wrong, for both wish to be considered an authority --- someone who actually knows something --and therefore to command respect. Unfortunately, as long as parents and teens continue to assume that they know more than the other, they’ll continue to fight these battles forever and never make any real progress. 48. Why does the author compare the parent—teen war to a border conflict? A. both can continue for generations. B. Both are about where to draw the line
C. Neither has any clear winner D. Neither can be put to an end 49. What does the underlined part in Paragraph 2 mean? A. The teens blame their parents for starting the conflict. B. The teens agree with their parents on the cause of the conflict C. The teens accuse their parents of misleading them D. The teens tend to have a full understanding of their parents 50. Parents and teens want to be right because they want to ________. A. give orders to the other B. know more than the other C. gain respect from the other D .get the other to behave properly E 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 每题 2 分,共 10 分. Muzak The next time you go into a bank, a store, or a supermarket, stop and listen. What do you hear? 51 It's similar to the music you listen to, but it's not exactly the same. That's because this music was especially designed to relax you, or to give you extra energy. Sometimes you don't even realize the music is playing, but you react to the music anyway. Quiet background music used to be called "elevator (电梯) music" because we often heard it in elevators. But lately we hear it in more and more places, and it has a new name "Muzak". About one-third of the people in America listen to "Muzak" everyday. The music plays for 15 minutes at a time, with short pauses in between. It is always more lively between ten and eleven in the morning, and between three and four in the afternoon, when people are more tired. 52 If you listen to Muzak carefully, you will probably recognize the names of many of the songs. Some musicians or songwriters don't want their songs to be used as Muzak, but others are happy when their songs are chosen. Why? 53 Music is often played in public places because it is designed to make people feel less lonely when they are in an airport or a hotel. It has been proven that Muzak does what it is designed to do. Tired office workers suddenly have more energy when they hear the pleasant sound of Muzak in the background. 54 Supermarket shoppers buy 38 percent more groceries. 55 . They say it's boring to hear the same songs all the time. But other people enjoy hearing Muzak in public places. They say it helps them relax and feel calm. One way or another, Muzak affects everyone. Some farmers even say their cows give more milk when they hear Muzak! A. Some people don't like Muzak. B. The music gives them extra energy. C. Music is playing in the background. D. Factory workers produce 13 percent more. E. Muzak tends to help people understand music better. F. They get as much as $4 million a year if their songs are used. G. Muzak is played in most of the big supermarkets in the world.
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第一节：短文改错（共 10 小题；第小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文，请你修改你同桌的以下作文。文中共有 10 处 语言错误，每句中最多有两处。错误涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。 增加：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧） ，并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除：把多余的词用斜线（\）划掉。 修改：在错的词下划一横线，并在其下面写出修改后的词。 注意：1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词；2. 只允许修改 10 处，多者（从第 11 处起）不计分。 Mr. Wang, We’re so pleased that you are willing to sharing our views. In the course of the general revision, what we needed is a chain of knowledge. As you know, we didn’t learn well enough in the first two years, but please slow down and make sure we have real mastered something. Besides, we need a little more time to think for us. As for those important point which also make us confusing, would you please give us more practice in case of we forget? Meanwhile, we need your instruction, for example, on how to write with natural English. We still have another request: please don’t make us do too much homework. By the way, we often feel worried, which has very bad effect on our study. We would appreciate it if you would give us some encouragement from time to time. 第二节 书面表达（15 分） 假如你是李华。英语课上，你的老师要求大家各自描述一下自己想象中的大学生活。请你根 据以下提示，介绍一下你想象中的大学生活是什么样子的。 1. 大学是人生的重要阶段之一； 2. 课余时间参加一些社团和活动； 3. 学好专业课的同时通过网络课堂给自己充电； 4. 根据将来期望的职业对大学生活进行规划。 注意：1. 词数 100 左右； 2. 可适当增加细节，以使行文连贯。 _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________
单项填空 1-5 CCDAB 完形 16-20 DCAAB 阅读 36-39 ADCD 6-10 ADCAD 21-25 ABCCD 11-15 CAABB 26-30 BDABD 31-35 ACDCB 52-56CBFDA
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改错 1. sharing---share 2. needed---need 3. but---so K$#s5u 4. real----really 5. us---ourselves 6. point---points K$#s5u 7. confusing---confused 8. 去掉 of 9. with---in K$#s5u 10. has---has a 写作 College will be one of the most important stages in my life. I think my school life in college will be more colorful and interesting than what it is now. I can have more free time to take part in interesting clubs and activities. I may have many classmates from all over the country. I will have new friendships with them. Surely, managing my major subjects will be my main goal in my college life. Meanwhile, I want to take some online class to increase my knowledge and broaden my horizons. I will plan my college life based on what I hope to do after graduation. I believe that my college life will be interesting.
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