本试卷共分为两部分。 第一部分选择题， 四道大题(共 70 分)； 第二部分非选择题， 三道大题(共 30 分)。 第一部分 选择题（共 70 分） 一、听力理解（共 15 小题，15 分）听力网址：http://video.baby.sina.com.cn/v/b/14642271-1228044705.html 第一节
：听下面八段对话或独白，从各题 A、B、C 三个选项中，选出能回答问题的最佳答案。每段对话 或独白你将听两遍。 听下面一段对话，回答第 1 题。 1. Which table does the woman like?
听下面一段对话，回答第 2 题。 2. How does the woman feel? A. Worried. B. Excited. C. Surprised. 听下面一段对话，回答第 3 题。 3. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a bank. B. In a shop. C. In a restaurant. 听下面一段独白，回答第 4 题至第 5 题。 4. What time is the store closed on Friday? A. 5:30 pm. B. 6:00 pm. C. 8:00 pm. 5. On which day can you buy glasses at a lower price? A. Friday. B. Saturday. C. Sunday. 听下面一段对话，回答第 6 题至第 7 题。 6. What’s the girl’s favorite subject? A. Physics. B. French. C. History. 7. What’s the girl going to do? A. To go to a movie. B. To have a physics class. C. To turn in her homework. 听下面一段对话，回答第 8 题至第 9 题。 8. Who’s the man? A. A salesman. B. A policeman. C. A repairman. 9. What’s the woman going to do? A. Help the man. B. Get her car back later. C. Wait for a call from the man. 听下面一段对话，回答第 10 题至第 12 题。 10. What’s the man asking about? A. How to fill in a form. B. How to join the library. C. How to borrow records. 11. What are not allowed to be taken out of the library? A. Magazines. B. Books. C. Newspapers. 12. How long can readers keep the books or magazines? A. Two weeks. B. Four weeks. C. Five weeks.
听下面一段对话，回答第 13 题至第 15 题。 13. What’s the man doing? A. Asking for help. B. Asking the way. C. Going to hospital. 14. What’s the problem with the lady passenger? A. She’s got hurt in an accident. B. She’s lost on the highway. C. She’s having a heart problem. 15. What does the woman advise the man to do? A. To stay with the passenger. B. To get someone else to help. C. To drive the passenger to a hospital. 二、单项填空（共 15 小题，15 分） 从各题 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。 16. The music group will be giving a big show tomorrow night and two __________ on the weekend. A. other B. another C. else D. more 17. ---Do you need any help, David? ---Yes. The job is ________ I could do myself. A. better than B. more than C. not better than D. not more than 18. ---Do you know ________ to get to Tampines Mall? ---Sorry. I am new here. A. how B. what C. when D. where 19. It isn't convenient for me to move around, so I'd like to have my reference book ________ my reach. A. within B. under C. over D. beyond 20. It's _____ very simple restaurant but ______ food is delicious and everything is home-made. A. the; a B. a; the C. a; 不填 D. the; 不填 21. In the spring, the rolling hills around Mersey Valley _______ white when the cherry and apple trees flower. A. seem B. go C. stay D. remain 22. My iPhone isn't in my bag. Where ________ I have put it? A. can B. must C. should D. would 23. ----Will Susan go to Egypt with us next Monday? ---She won't. She ________ the long trip. A. hated B. will hate C. hates D. has hated 24. The museum which ________ will be open to visitors soon. The work is almost finished. A. has rebuilt B. has been rebuilt C. is rebuilding D. is being built 25. Tom sent me an e-mail, ________ to get further information on e-shopping. A. hoped B. hoping C. to hope D. hope 26. ---Do you regret ________ up your well-paid job, Mrs. Lee? ---No. Now I have more time to stay with my daughter. A. to give B. giving C. given D. to have given 27. This book teaches us how to analyze ________ is causing the stress in our life. A. what B. when C. why D. how 28. The man in front of me came to ________ a sudden stop ________ I almost ran into him. A. such; that B. such; as C. so; that D. so; as
29. You will be late for school ________ you hurry up. A. if B. since C. unless D. when 30. _______ I explained on the phone, your request will be considered at the next meeting. A. Which B. That C. What D. As 三、完形填空（共 15 小题 15 分） 阅读下面短文，从各题 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳答案。 Under Water June was sitting by the swimming pool in her new swimsuit. Feeling really hot, she dived into the water. 31 else was in the pool. It was so good to have the whole pool to herself. The fresh water 32 her body immediately. She 33 on swimming around the pool. Not having swum in the past several years and being a bit out of shape, June grew 34 easily. “Ah, no pain no gain,” she thought to herself. June continued to swim, realizing her head was hurting. Her breathing became 35 . Then she saw the lifeguard and some others around the pool. No sense in embarrassing (使尴 尬) herself or bothering anyone, she 36 on. Then June found herself in the middle of the pool. Deciding not to make a 37 , she continued on. 38 she made it to the other side of the pool. Tiredness and weakness made it difficult for June to get out of the pool. As she 39 , her body swayed (摇摆) back and forth, losing her 40 . Realizing she needed help but unable to even say anything, she leaned against the pool side. Several minutes later she had enough 41 to pull her body up out of the pool. Sitting at the side of the pool, she felt that someone was 42 at her. It was the lifeguard. June was only able to wave her hand, telling him that she was okay. Have you ever found yourself in such a 43 and you don’t ask for help? Maybe you’re afraid you’ll be made a laughing stock (笑柄). We’ve all been there. There is nothing wrong in asking for help. 44 has many ups and downs. When you find yourself unable to “keep your head above water,” stop, look around and ask for help before you find yourself “ 45 ”. The journey of life will be happier and more satisfying. 31. A. Everyone 32. A. cleaned 33. A. kept 34. A. worried 35. A. deep 36. A. walked 37. A. mark 38. A. Finally 39. A. landed 40. A. sight 41. A. energy 42. A. aiming 43. A. conclusion 44. A. Emotion 45. A. falling B. Someone B. cooled B. lived B. tired B. difficult B. rode B. face B. Clearly B. stood B. way B. support B. shouting B. decision B. Theme B. drowning C. Anybody C. filled C. agreed C. excited C. free C. raced C. point C. Suddenly C. jumped C. courage C. patience C. staring C. situation C. Life C. hesitating D. Nobody D. washed D. came D. bored D. quiet D. swam D. scene D. Immediately D. dressed D. balance D. effort D. laughing D. consideration D. Time D. screaming
四、阅读理解（共 12 小题，24 分） 第一节：阅读下面短文，从各题 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出最佳答案。 A Types of Maps Different types of maps have different uses. Tourist maps, for example, have signs to show places of interest in an area. When tourists read these maps, it is easy for them to find where to go and what to see in a place and it is easy for them to go and find their ways to these places. Road maps show large areas so that people can plan long journeys. Different types of roads are given different numbers. For example, if you want to go to Wood Green, you just follow No. 621 Road and keep looking at the road signs. Distribution maps (分布图) use colors or signs to show facts about an area. For example, where different languages are spoken, how many people live in an area, how cold and hot some places are, or whether a place is short of water.
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Some maps, such as railway maps, use straight lines to show everything. This is easy for people to read. Trains are fast. People don’t have to think about small places they go past. They just need to know the two ends of their trips.
46. Jim is visiting the Summer Palace. Which map does he need most? A. A tourist map. B. A road map. C. A distribution map. D. A railway map. 47. How can you tell different roads on road maps? A. By using different colors. B. By finding the numbers. C. By following No. 621 Road. D. By looking at the road signs. 48. Which of the following can distribution maps tell us? A. How to get to Germany. B. How to plan a long journey. C. Where a famous museum is. D. Which place is short of water. 49. Why do railway maps use straight lines? A. Because railways are straight. B. Because people like straight lines. C. Because people can read them easily. D. Because railways have only two ends. B There are many kinds of heroes. Even animals can be heroes. This month’s newsletter tells about three amazing animals. Each one is a hero! Thumper the Dog Thumper was a dog that lived with a family which had a three-year-old son named Benjamin.
One day Benjamin wandered into a large field. The grass in the field was taller than he was, so he could not find his way out. Hundreds of people began to search for Benjamin. When they found him, they saw Thumper stayed with Benjamin and kept him warm. So Benjamin had stayed safe and calm. Lulu the Pig The Altsmans had a pet pig named Lulu. One summer the couple went camping and took Lulu with them. The husband went fishing one morning. The wife didn’t feel well, so she and Lulu stayed in the camper. Suddenly Mrs. Altsman fell to the floor. Lulu pushed the camper door open and climbed out to locate help. When a car came by, she lay down in front of it. When the driver got out, Lulu led him back to the camper. The man called for help and Mrs. Altsman was taken to hospital. Sugar the Cat Sugar was a beautiful cat. Three years ago she wandered onto the Woods’ farm in California and Mrs. Woods began feeding her. Mrs. Woods noticed something wrong with the cat’s left leg, but this didn’t make Sugar any less special. Mrs. Woods loved Sugar. Later the couple moved to a new farm in Oklahoma. They gave Sugar to a neighbor who would take good care of her, because they knew she wouldn’t like riding in cars for days. However, Sugar walked across deserts and mountains and traveled more than 1,500 miles to the Woods’ new farm! Mr. and Mrs. Woods could hardly believe their eyes. No one knows how Sugar found her way to Oklahoma.
50. What is the passage mainly about? A. Lovely pigs. C. New friends. 51. How did Thumper help Benjamin? A. By searching for him in the field. B. By finding the way out for him. C. By staying with him all the time. D. By cutting the grass around him. 52. Why did Lulu lie down on the road? A. To get help. C. To have a sleep. 53. What did Sugar do in the story? A. Sugar tried to find help. B. Sugar protected her owners. C. Sugar went camping with her owners. D. Sugar went a long way to find her owners.
B. Unknown heroes. D. Amazing animals.
B. To watch the cars. D. To ask for a lift.
C Frederick Law Olmsted Frederick Law Olmsted was born on April 26, 1822, and grew to become nineteenth-century America’s number one landscape (景观) architect. Bad eyesight forced him to abandon his plans to attend university, so he had to choose a new course for his life. As a boy in Hartford, Connecticut, he had always admired natural beauty. So, instead of studying academics, he decided to focus on engineering and farming. In the 1850s, he ended up in charge of creating Central Park in New York City. Olmsted and a partner entered a design contest for a new park and won with a design patterned after gardens and natural landscapes that Olmsted had seen and admired around the world. To create the new park, they
removed nearly 5 million cubic yards of dirt, blew up rock with 260 tons of gunpowder, and planted 270,000 trees and shrubs. In 1864, New Yorkers could have walks along wooded paths, paddle a boat around the lake, or people-watch from the hills. Today, many people cannot imagine New York City without its Central Park. Maybe it was watching those people enjoy his creation that inspired Olmsted. He became one of the first members of designing committee of Yosemite National Park because he was determined to protect its breathtaking beauty. He did the same for Niagara Falls and helped turn it into a public reserve. Working well into his seventies, Olmsted designed more parks and even an entire Chicago suburb (郊区), Riverside. And to think that bad eyesight led him to create such beautiful places! 54. Which of the following shows what Olmsted did in time order? a. He studied engineering and farming. b. He took charge of creating Central Park. c. He gave up his plans to go to university. d. He took part in the designing of Yosemite National Park. e. He designed a Chicago suburb. A. a-c-b-d-e B. a-c-d-e-b C. c-a-b-d-e D. c-a-e-b-d 55. Which statement would Frederick Law Olmsted agree to? A. It is not necessary for young people to go to university. B. Money provided for public parks should be reduced. C. Beauty of the natural land should be protected. D. It is a waste of time entering design contests. 56. We can infer from the passage that ______. A. Olmsted designed the breathtaking Niagara Falls B. Olmsted traveled a lot before designing Central Park C. Olmsted’s poor eyesight contributed to his great creations D. Olmsted majored in engineering and farming in university D Train-spotting Many people around the world have seen Danny Boyle’s movie Trainspotting starring Ewan McGregor, but how many of us really know what train-spotting is all about? Now this is not considered cool in town and the word “train-spotter” in Britain is related to “geek” or “nerd” (someone who seems very ridiculous). But is this reputation really deserved? First of all, let’s see what train spotting is. It is said that there are some 100,000 train spotters in the UK. Exactly as the title suggests, they spot trains, that is, they stand in train stations, look at the number of each train that leaves and arrives and write it down. The eventual aim is to have seen every train in the country. Being crazy about railways and trains is not modern and it dates back to 1804. As the number of trains grew and they got faster and faster, so did the interest in them grow. Is this any stranger than people who love cars? So, what do you need to be a train-spotter? Well, all you really need is a pen or pencil and a notebook to write down the train numbers. Other equipment includes hot tea in a thermos, a camera and some sandwiches for those long afternoons spent on train platforms when you don’t want to risk the delights of railway station food. It’s interesting to note that despite the “bad name” of train-spotting, there have been famous railway lovers in history, such as Alfred Hitchcock, who filmed them regularly, especially The 39 Steps. There is evidence, too, that being a train-spotter is not necessarily a strange phenomenon in Britain. One glance at the US train stations should be enough to convince you that train-spotters there are alive and well. In America, they try to call rail lovers “train-fans” and talk of “train-fanning”. Don’t let this fool you—these people are train spotters and there are a lot of them. Each month, two million pages are visited on the website
TrainWeb.org. 57. According to the author, what is train-spotting? A. A way of pastime. B. A type of sport. C. A strange phenomenon. D. A mental problem. 58. What do train-spotters usually do? A. They keep a careful track of every train. B. They number each railway engine they view. C. They count the trains passing in front of them. D. They produce films about trains with video cameras. 59. The author writes the article to ______. A. introduce some famous train-spotters B. encourage readers to do more train-spotting C. try to present a true picture of train-spotting D. describe the necessary equipment in train-spotting 60. What do we learn from the passage? A. Train-spotters are much stranger than car lovers. B. Train-spotting relates to a dangerous lifestyle. C. Train-spotters in the UK tend to fool people. D. Train-spotting is more tolerated in America. 第二部分 非选择题(共 30 分) 第二节：听下面对话，根据题目要求在答题卡上写下关键信息。每段对话你将听两遍。 听下面一段对话，根据题目要求在答题卡相应题号后的横线上写下第 1 题至第 3 题的关键信息。 PACIFIC TRADING CO. LTD. TELEPHONE MESSAGE FORM Message for: Mr. Albert Potter Name of caller: Mr. （1） Telephone No.: （2） Message: Call him back （3） 听下面一段对话，根据题目要求在答题卡相应题号后的横线上写下第 4 题至第 5 题的关键信息。 WORLDWIDE AIRLINES
Destination: London Flight: WA （4） Date: 5th （5） , 2008 Passenger ’s Name: Ms. Edison 五．书面表达 根据下列求职申请表,写一篇 80 词左右的短文。要求用上表格中的所有信息。
Application Form Job:Waitress Name:Bonnie Age:18 Nationality:Canadian Personality:out-going;friendly Hobby:play tennis;watch TV;listen to music Address:15 Franklin Road,Toronto Telephone:3624578
参考答案 第一部分 选择题 一、听力理解 第一节（共 15 小题，15 分。每小题 1 分） 1~5 CABAB 6~10 CACBB 11~15 CBACA
二、单项填空（共 15 小题，15 分。每小题 1 分） 16. D 21. B 26. B 三、完形填空 31. D 36. D 41. A 17. B 22. A 27. A 18. A 23. C 28. A 19. A 24. D 29. C 20. B 25. B 30. D
（共 15 小题，15 分。每小题 1 分） 32. B 37. D 42. C 33. A 38. A 43. C 34. B 39. B 44. C 35. B 40. D 45. B
四、阅读理解 第一节（共 12 小题，24 分。每小题 2 分） 46. A 47. B 48. D 49. C 50. D 51. C 52. A 53. D 54. C 55. C 56. B 57. A 58. A 59. C 60. D 第二部分 非选择题（共 30 分） 一、听力理解 第二节 1. Hicks 2. 2548193 3. tomorrow 4. 357 5. June
二、书面表达（共 20 分） My name is Bonnie.I come from Canada.I am eighteen years old.Now I live at 15 Franklin Road in Toronto.My phone number is 3624578.All my classmates like to talk with me.They say I am outgoing and friendly.I like playing tennis,watching TV and listening to music.I’m free on Saturdays and Sundays.I want to get a job as a waitress.
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