一、听力 （略） 二、单项选择（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分）
21. “To meet people’s desire for _____ happy life is our mission,” Xi Jingping said to the press after he was elected _____general secretary and
chairman. A. a; the B. the; / C. a; / D. / ; the 22. The new policy will encourage the “ 4-2-2 “ rather than “ 4-2-1“ family unit , ____family manpower resources and hence the capacity to take care of aging parents in the future. A. extending B. exploring C expanding D. exposing 23. Traditionally, the Spring Festival usually lasts from the 23rd day of the twelfth month to the 15th day of the first month in the lunar calendar, ______, the New Year’s Eve and the first day of the New Year is the peak time. A. during which B. of which C. since when D. in that 24. Such phenomena as this _____now widely accepted，of which，however，some___ abstract to understand. A．are；seem B．is；seems C．are；seems D．is；seem 25. ---Do you think it necessary that we find time to have a meeting on that issue? ---______ it is convenient to you. A. However B. Whenever C. Whichever D. Wherever 26. --- Surprisingly, Tom ____ have fought with the guard . ---So what? If one ___ ask for trouble, it can’t be helped. A. would, should B. should, must C. need, dare D. must, may 27. --- What are some other reasons _____ you can think of ____? --- Despite what everyone else says, I love the single life. A. that; not to get married B. that; not getting married C. why; not getting married D. what; not to get married 28. ----I thought my teacher would say something about the mid-term examination. ---- So did I, but he ______ a word of it. A. doesn’t say B. didn’t say C. hasn’t said D. hadn’t said 29.---Why does he never pick up the waster paper on the ground? ----Maybe because he thinks it’s beneath his ____to do so. A. honesty B. dignity C. property D. liberty 30. --- What else should I notice at a Chinese dinner table ? --- The last thing _____ at a Chinese dinner table is to keep modest. A. to be ignored B. to ignore C. not to be ignored D. not to ignore 31. In this age of information overload and abundance, those who get ahead will be the folks who figure out what to______, so they can concentrate on what’s important to them. A. work out B. bring out C. leave out D. carry out 32. ---How about the competition last week? ---Oh, it is not my day, I am the last one in the class. ---__________ Don’t lose heart, good luck for you next time. A. What a shame! B. So what ? C. Sorry to hear that. D. Don’t be afraid.
33. ---Look! Someone _________ the floor. ---Well, it wasn’t me. I went shopping just now. A. is sweeping. B. had swept C. was sweeping
D . has swept
三、完形填空(共 20 小题; 每小题 1 分, 满分 20 分)
Fifty years ago, president Lyndon Johnson said in his State of the Union address: “This administration today, here and now, 36________ unconditional war on poverty in America. I urge this Congress and all Americans to join with me in that 37________.” It was a moment of great 38_______and hope at a precarious time in history. The war on poverty 39_______create Medicare and Medicaid. It also created the Office of Economic Opportunity that started the 40_______ successful and still hugely popular Head Start preschool programs across the country. In Chicago alone, it provided funding for 57 preschool centers to serve 41_____ children. It initiated food assistance and job training, and it 42_______ literacy programs for adults. It spent more than $20 million to 43_______ 50,000 young people with summer jobs. It was a comprehensive and aggressive struggle that sought to 44_______ every aspect of life for those suffering under poverty. 45_______ to the rhetoric（花言巧语） over the years, the war on poverty was showing 46______ of success. When it began, the nation’s poverty rate was 17 percent. In 10 years, the rate had 47_______to 11 percent. But the Congress gradually 48_______ funding for it. Poverty became entrenched （ 根深蒂固的） again, incresing the rate to 15 percent. A new war is now needed and the war should 49______ the following: First, job training for the jobless and educational opportunities for those lacking 50______ resources to go to college could help millions 51______escape poverty. Second, temporary benefits such as the extension of unemployment benefits and food assistance could help families ride out the 52______ times. And third, higher wages for workers would 53_______ allow them to escape poverty. We 54_______ win the war on poverty. But we have to demand it. As Minesota Senator Eugene McAarthy stated in 1968 when the war on poverty starting fizzling out (消失), the problem of poverty is “inseparable from the 55_______ problem of democracy.” Let us use the democratic power that we have, as citizens, to resume this noble fight against poverty in the United States. 36. A announces B. claims C. declares D. involves 37. A. field B. effect C. effort D. property 38. A. leadership B. encouragement C. improvement D. development 39. A. offered B. helped C. assisted D. trapped 40. A. highly B. narrowly C. conventionally D. nearly 41. A. poor B. healthy C. gifted D. adopted 42. A. boomed B. launched C. deleted D. bid 43. A. pay B. charge C. compensate D. provide 44. A. touch B. attract C. hook D. cater 45. A. As B. Contrary C. Contradicted D. Subjective 46. A symbols B. symptoms C. signs D. signals
47. A. grown 48. A. cut 49. A. make up 50. A. natural 51. A.temporarily 52. A. tough 53. A. yet 54. A. can 55. A. smaller
B. reached B. add B. depend on B. financial B. constantly B. disgusting B. also B. should B. more serious
C. dropped C. abolish C. consist of C. material C. eventually C. romantic C. otherwise C. might C. bigger
D. extended D. deposite D. allow for D. economical D.permanently D. desperate D. sometimes D. must D. tenser
四、阅读理解（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分）
A One of the hottest buzzwords in China right now is no doubt tuhao, a sarcastic, light-hearted term referring to rich people of little education, bad taste or lacking self-awareness. This is yet another example of smart Chinese Internet users applying their creativity to an aged phrase and giving it new life and meaning. The term, which literally means “country bully”, has been around since ancient times, when it was used to refer to rich and powerful rural landlords who defied laws and maltreated their peasants. In the age of class struggle, tuhao were among the worst enemies of the working class. However, the meaning of the word changed significantly when it was adapted a few years ago by Chinese players of the wildly popular computer game World of Warcraft to refer to rich players who spend big money buying powerful virtual weapons. Because they don’t improve their skills by playing, these players are considered silly, uncultured, and unprofessional. But that is not the end of tuhao’s new life story. The renewed popularity of the term also coincides with the emergence of the Chinese “nouveau riche” — a generation of businessmen and women, property owners and entrepreneurs who have rapidly amassed large amounts of wealth in recent years. Similar to the many rags-to-riches stories in human history, many Chinese billionaires who are on the global rich list do not come from well-educated or prestigious backgrounds. Rather, they achieved financial success through powerful connections, smart investments, and by riding out China’s economic miracle. Many of them don’t shy away from throwing their money around. As we read stories in the international and Chinese media of rich Chinese investors snatching up red-hot property in Manhattan, London, and Paris, or raising eyebrows at international auction houses, we are often reminded of their lack of manners, taste and cultural sensitivity. As a result, a term that was popularized in the gaming world has now also been introduced into daily conversation. Now, the term is widely considered to mean “vulgar, tasteless, rich people”. Trendy, young Internet users, who see themselves as the opposite of tuhao — not wealthy, but well-educated and cultured — have further popularized the term by using it in various comic situations. When Apple released its much anticipated iPhone 5S in September, Chinese Internet users accurately predicted the immense popularity of the new golden-colored models among Chinese consumers, and named it “tuhao Gold”, to mock the taste of rich Chinese people. 56. Which of the following sentences is true according to the article? A. The meaning of the term “tuhao” has always kept the same throughout history.
B. Although having little education, a person who is looked up to can be called tuhao. C. Many Chinese billionaires chieve success with the help of the government. D. IPhone 5S is named “tuhao Gold” to laugh at the taste of some rich Chinese people. 57. What does the word “vulgar”(paragraph 7) mean? A. polite B. elegant C. badly-behaved D. popular B The international English Language Testing System(IELTS)is the world’s most popular English language proficiency(水平)test for higher education and global migration, with more than 2 million tests taken in the last year. You have a choice of twp versions of IELTS. Academic or General Training. Everybody takes the same Listening and Speaking components. It is the Reading and Writing components that differ. You will take the Listening, Reading and Writing tests all on the same day one after another, with no breaks in between them. They are always taken in this order. Your Speaking test will either be after a break on the same day as the other three tests, or up to seven days before or after that. This will depend on your test centre. Listening 30 minutes You will listen to four recorded texts, monologues(独白)and conversations by a range of native speakers, and write your answers to a series of questions. These include questions which test your ability to understand main ideas and detailed information, ability to understand the opinions and attitudes of speakers, ability to understand the purpose of a sentence and ability to follow the development of ideas. A variety of voices and native-speaker accents are used and each section is heard only once.
Speaking 11 to 14 minutes The Speaking test assesses your use of spoken English, and takes between 11 and 14 minutes to complete. Every test is recorded. The Speaking test is delivered in such a way that it does not allow candidates to rehearse (排演)set responses ahead of time. Part 1 The Examiner will ask you general questions about yourself and a range of familiar topics, such as home, familiar, work, studies and interests. This part lasts between four and five minutes. Part 2 You will be given a card which asks you to talk about a particular topic. You will have one minute to prepare before speaking for up to two minutes. The examiner will then ask one or two
questions on the same topic to finish this part of the test. Part 3 You will be asked further questions connected to the topic in Part 2. These questions will give you the opportunity to discuss more abstract ideas and issues. This Part of the test lasts between four and five minutes. 58. What can we learn about the Listening test? A. Four conversations will be heard altogether. B. All texts are based on everyday life. C. Each conversation is between two people. D. People will hear more than British English.
C The family had just moved to Rhode Island, and the young woman was feeling a little blue on that Sunday in May. After all, it was Mother's Day -- and 800 miles separated her from her parents in Ohio. She had called her mother that morning to wish her a happy Mother's Day, and her mother had mentioned how colorful the yard was now that spring had arrived. Later, she told her husband how she missed those lilacs(紫丁香) in her parents’ yard, "I know where we can find you all you want," he said. "Get the kids and come on." So off they went, driving the country roads of northern Rhode Island on the kind of day only mid-May can produce. Where they stopped，dense thickets of cedars and junipers and birch crowded the roadway on both sides. There wasn't a lilac bush in sight. "Come with me," the man said. "Over that hill is an old cellar hole，from somebody's farm of years ago, and there are lilacs all round it. The man who owns this land said I could poke around here anytime. I'm sure he won't mind if we pick a few lilacs." Some time later, they reached the top of the hill and there, far from view of passing motorists and hidden from encroaching civilization, were the towering lilacs bushes.With a smile, the young woman rushed up to the nearest bush and buried her face in the flowers, drinking in the fragrance and the memories it recalled. Then she carefully chose a sprig here, another one there, and clipped them with her husband's pocket knife. She was in no hurry, relishing each blossom as a rare and delicate treasure.Finally, though, they returned to their car for the trip home. While the kids chattered and the man drove, the woman sat smiling, surrounded by her flowers, a faraway look in her eyes.
When they were within three miles of home, she suddenly shouted to her husband, "Stop the car. Stop right here!" The man slammed on the brakes. Before he could ask her why she wanted to stop, the woman was out of the car and hurrying up a nearby grassy slope with the lilacs still in her arms. At the top of the hill was a nursing home and, because it was such a beautiful spring day, the patients were outdoors strolling with relatives or sitting on the porch. The young woman went to the end of the porch, where an elderly patient was sitting in her wheelchair, alone, head bowed, her back to most of the others. Across the porch railing went the flowers, in to the lap of the old woman. She lifted her head, and smiled. For a few moments, the two women chatted, both aglow with happiness, and then the young woman turned and ran back to her family. As the car pulled away, the woman in the wheelchair waved, and clutched the lilacs. "Mom," the kids asked, "who was that? Why did you give her our flowers? Is she somebody's mother?" The mother said she didn't know the old woman. But it was Mother's Day，and she seemed so alone，and who wouldn't be cheered by flowers? "Besides," she added，"I have all of you, and I still have my mother, even if she is far away. That woman needed those flowers more than I did." This satisfied the kids, but not the husband. The next day he purchased half a dozen young lilacs bushes and planted them around their yard, and several times since then he has added more. I was that man. The young mother was, and is, my wife. Now, every May, our own yard is full of lilacs. Every Mother's Day our kids gather purple bouquets. And every year I remember that smile on a lonely old woman's face, and the kindness that put the smile there. 61. Why did the young woman feel a little unhappy that day? A. Because she forgot it was Mother’s Day. B. Because it was Mother’s Day and she was away from her parents. C. Because they had just moved to a faraway place. D. Because she missed those lilacs in her parents’ yard.
D Given all the heated debates about how America's children should be taught, it may come as a surprise to learn that students spend less than 15% of their time in school. While there's no doubt that school is important, a series of recent studies remind us that parents are even more so. A study, for example, finds that parental involvement—checking homework, attending school meetings and events, discussing school activities at home—has a more powerful influence on students' academic performance than anything about the school the students attend. Another study, reports that the effort put forth by parents has a bigger impact on their children's educational achievement than the effort devoted by either teachers or the students themselves. And a third study concludes that
schools would have to increase their spending by more than $1,000 per pupil in order to achieve the same results that are gained with parental involvement . So parents matter a lot—a point made clear by decades of research showing that a major part of the academic advantage held by children from wealthy families comes from the “concerted cultivation（协作培养） of children” as compared to the more laissez-faire style of parenting common in working-class families. But this research also reveals something else: that parents, of all backgrounds, don't need to buy expensive educational toys or digital devices for their kids in order to give them an edge. They don't need to chauffeur their offspring to enrichment classes or test-prep courses. What they need to do with their children is much simpler: talk. But not just any talk. Although well-known research by psychologists Betty Hart and Todd Risley has shown that professional parents talk more to their children than less-affluent parents—a lot more, resulting in a 30 million “word gap” by the time children reach age three—more recent researches are raising our sense of exactly what kinds of talks at home contributed to children's success at school. For example, a study conducted by researchers at the UCLA School of Public Health and published in the journal Pediatrics found that two-way adult-child conversations were six times as effective in promoting language development as interludes in which the adult did all the talking. Engaging in this reciprocal back-and-forth gives children a chance to try out language for themselves, and also gives them the sense that their thoughts and opinions matter. As they grow older, this feeling helps middle- and upper-class kids develop into confident supporters for their own interests, while working-class students tend to avoid asking for help or arguing their own case with teachers, according to a research presented at American Sociological Association conference earlier this year. The content of parents' conversations with kids matters, too. Children who hear talk about counting and numbers at home start school with much more extensive mathematical knowledge, which predicts future achievement in the subject. Psychologist Susan Levine, who led the study on number words, has also found that the amount of talk young children hear about the spatial properties of the physical world—how big or small or round or sharp objects are—predicts kids’ problem-solving abilities as they prepare to enter kindergarten. While the conversations parents have with their children change as kids grow older, the effect of these exchanges on academic achievement remains strong. And again, the way mothers and fathers talk to their middle-school students makes a difference. Research by Nancy Hill, a professor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, finds that parents play an important role in what Hill calls “academic socialization”—setting expectations and making connections between current behavior and future goals (going to college, getting a good job). Engaging in these sorts of conversations, Hill reports, has a greater impact on educational accomplishment than volunteering at a child's school or going to PTA meetings, or even taking children to libraries and museums. When it comes to promoting students’ success, it seems, it’s not so much what parents do as what they say. 65. The first paragraph mainly tells us that ______________. A. Teaching methods are vital to students in the USA B. schooling is necessary for American students C. parents affect their children’s achievement greatly D. schools have paid more money to get the same results as parental involvement 66. From the second paragraph we can know that in the USA _______ .
A. children from rich families may have more academic advantages B. working-class parents tend to talk to their children more C. wealthy families tend to adopt laissez-faire style of parenting D. parents have many ways to give their children an advantage 67. What is the most effective talk between parents and children in improving language development? A. Professional parents’ talk. B. Two-way conservation. C. Adults talking all the time. D. Children speaking as interludes. 68. How are the second and third paragraphs developed? A. By offering explanation. B. By giving examples. C. By making comparisons. D. By providing analysis.
五、 任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分）
Globetrotting（环游世界）by Blogs：No Passport Required！ How do you motivate your students to become excited about writing？Do you wonder how to help them think more critically about literature, global issues, or multiple perspectives? Are you looking for an easy way to engage students in 21st century learning? If any of these questions have crossed your mind, introduce your students to a cultural exchange with blogs. Blog is short for web log, an easily editable web space that is often compared to a shared digital diary or journal. Bloggers create posts that highlight personal experiences, state opinions, or describe events. Posts can include text, photos, images, and videos. Each entry is time stamped in chronological (按时间顺序排列的）order with the most recent post appearing first. Blogs can be individual or collaborative（协作的）with either private or public settings for viewing and participation. Blogs provide a unique platform to open students’ writing up to authentic audiences beyond the teacher, classroom, and local community. Even our youngest students can compose comments on a blog! Blogs also support the development of higher order thinking and 21st century literacy skills. Students are introduced to multiple perspectives as they share their own thoughts and ideas about a given topic. Additionally, students who rarely contribute during class discussions are given a voice through the use of blogs. The most exciting way to use blogs is to partner with classrooms in other parts of the world. This helps students develop cultural understanding and global awareness. For younger students,
this type of cultural blog exchange can be set up as a class-to-class blog in which the teacher guides the students in a shared writing experience to develop each blog post. For older students, a student-to-student blog exchange provides an opportunity for your students to have their own “pen pal” to whom they can write via the blog. First, if you’re new to blogs, join the new IRA social network, Engage, and check out the teacher-to-teacher blogs（http://engage.reading.org/blogsnb-sphb-sp/browseblogs/). In this blog community, you can read a variety of blogposts and leave comments. In doing so, you would be adding your voice to a literacy community while getting a feel for blogging! You might then start your own blog to better understand the way blogs are organized and to become familiar with blog features. Next, review the HOT Blogging Framework, which helps scaffold students as they develop their blogging skills. Identify curricular areas that you would like to integrate into your students’ blogs. Aside from literacy skill development, blogs are a great way for students to acquire and expand content knowledge in a variety of subjects. Finally, don’t forget to provide your students with lessons on Internet safety, digital citizenship, and netiquette（网上礼仪）to ensure respectful social interactions. Globetrotting by Blogs: No Passport Required A cultural exchange with blogs should be (71) (72) to your students to help them with their writing. The best way to use blogs Reasons for students’ using blogs ●Open students’ writing up to authentic audiences (74)_______ from the teacher, classroom and local community. ●Support the development of higher order thinking and 21st century literacy skills. ●Give students who rarely give their opinions during class discussions a chance to (75)_______their opinions. ●To become a (76) _____ with classrooms in other parts of the world. ●To set up a class-to-class blog exchange for younger students. ●To set up a student-to-student blog exchange for older students to (77)______ with their own pen friends . Suggestions on how to get blogs started If you are not (78)______ with blogs, you are advised to do the following: ●Join the new IRA social network to read (79)_____ blog posts and leave comments. ●Review the hot blogging framework. ●(80)______ lessons on Internet safety, digital citizenship and netiquette.
Blog is short for web log, which can be easily edited to (73) a digital diary or journal, where bloggers create posts including text, photos, images and videos.
六、 书面表达（满分 25 分） （特别说明：该部分同一内容设置成了两种不同的书面表达考试形式，请各校 高三备课组老师自行选取其一供学生训练！ ） 形式一：读写任务 阅读下文，按要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 As more and more Chinese tourists travel abroad, some of their behavior is raising eyebrows. According to the latest 2012 LivingSocial survey, Chinese tourists were recently ranked second behind US citizens in a global poll of the worst travelers. Liu Deqian, researcher and deputy director of the Tourism Research Center at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said that Chinese visitors often lack an
awareness of being polite or behaving appropriately. “On their first or second time abroad, Chinese visitors tend to forget that they are visiting other people’s homeland and overlook the manners of their hosts,” he said. Zhang Guanren, 28, who helped organize package tours to Australia, observed that on international flights, the first passengers to stand up and reach for luggage while the plane is still landing are often Chinese. “Our compatriots (同胞) seem to lack patience, and they’re forever in a rush to do things and fear lagging behind others.” Some disregard (漠视) rules in local wildlife parks: They disturb koalas in their natural habitats by touching them, even though the local guide has warned them against doing so. “This is far from being eco-friendly,” said Zhang.
【写作内容】 1、以约 30 个词概括短文的内容要点。 2、然后以约 120 个词谈谈你对“文明旅游”的看法，内容包括： （1）你在旅游时遇到过不文明的行为吗？请举例说明； （2）请你谈谈“文明旅游”的重要性； （3）呼吁大家积极践行“文明旅游” 。 【写作要求】 作文中可用亲身经历或虚构的故事， 也可参照阅读材料的内容， 但不得直接引用原文中 的句子。 【参考词汇】风景区：scenic spots
形式二：表格类作文 根据下表和要求，写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 1. According to the latest LivingSocial survey, Chinese tourists were recently ranked second behind US citizens in a global poll of the worst travelers. 2. Liu Deqian said, “Chinese visitors often lack an awareness of being polite or behaving appropriately. On their first or second time abroad, Chinese visitors tend to forget that they are visiting other people’s 现 象 homeland and overlook the manners of their hosts.” 3. Zhang Guanren’s description: The first passengers to stand up and reach for luggage while the plane is still landing are often Chinese. Some disregard (漠视) rules in Australia local wildlife parks: They disturb koalas in their natural habitats by touching them, even though the local guide has warned them against doing so.
经 历 ……
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影响国际形象； …… …… （请考生根据自己的经历和感受，提出至少两点做法）
1、以约 30 个词概括现象。 2、以约 120 个词谈谈你对“文明旅游”的看法，内容包括： （1）你的类似经历。请举例说明； （2）谈谈不文明旅游的影响； （3）呼吁大家积极践行“文明旅游” 。 【参考词汇】风景区：scenic spots
五、任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） (71)________ (72) ________ (73) ________ (74) ________ (75) ________ (76) ________ (77) ________ (78) ________(79) ________ (80) ________ 六、 书面表达（共 1 题，满分 25 分） ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________
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形式二：表格类作文 参考范文： As is listed above, Chinese tourists were ranked second in a global poll of the worst travelers, as they behaved impolitely and improperly when travelling abroad, which , I think, should draw our attention. Actually, we can also find some impolite and improper behavior when we travel at home. For example, some tourists drop litter anywhere at scenic spots, smoke in the wooded mountains, or take photos when they are not supposed to. The behavior, on one hand, destroys the beauties of nature and affects other tourists’ moods, and on the other hand, it will produce a very bad national image. So it is necessary to be a civilized tourist. To do this, we should be aware of travel manners, such as speaking and behaving politely, especially in public places. In addition, we should familiarize ourselves with local customs in advance, so as to avoid misunderstandings or troubles. Last but not least, do as the rules of scenic spots
require us to do.
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