一、单项填空（本题有 10 小题，每小题 1 分，共 10 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 1.There are sixty minutes in _______ hour. B. the C. a D. an A. 不填 2.Steve Jobs, the former CEO of Appl
e Computer, passed away _________October, 2011. A. at B. on C. in D. by 3.--- would you like a cup of coffee or tea, Linda? --- ________. Just a glass of water, please. A. Both B. None C. Either D. Neither 4.--- I have never heard of someone else who sings ____ than Judy. --- She is a good student of music. A. good B. well C. better D. best D. called
5. I ________ Julia as soon as we arrive at the hotel. A. shall call B. call C. have called 6. --- I phoned you at seven last night, but nobody answered. --- Oh, I _____ some shopping in the supermarket. A. do B. did C. was doing
D. have done
7. Happy times usually pass quickly without _______. A. noticing B. being noticed C. having noticed D. to be noticed 8. I wish I could go camping with you next weekend; it sounds fun. _______, I’ll have to work. A. Carelessly A. Where B. Unfortunately B. Although C. Hopefully C. Unless D. Naturally D. When 9. ______ food is hard to find, few birds remain throughout the year. 10. --- ________, but are you forgetting something? --- Oh, my God. We haven’t fixed our next meeting yet. A. I’m sure B. I’m afraid so C. Take care D. Excuse me
二、完形填空（本题有 15 小题，每小题 2 分，共 30 分） 阅读下面的材料，掌握其大意，然后在 11—25 各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选 项。 We lived in a very quiet neighbourhood. Early one evening, my wife asked me to go to the 11 to get some soft drinks. My daughter Holly had just got her 12 permit, so I asked her to drive my truck for the shopping instead, as a chance of 13 . While we were waiting for Holly, my son talked about how much he liked my truck, and I told him I enjoyed having it, too. But I was more or less 14 about Holly. Just then, we heard a loud noise outside. My son looked out and 15 , ―Daddy! Daddy! Holly… Truck!‖ ― Oh, my God!‖ 16 I ran to the door, I found that the truck had been brought to a stop. The 17 had happened in our own driveway. With 18 experience, Holy had my truck hit our garage wall. 19 , Holly was unhurt, but when I reached her, she was crying and saying, ―Oh, Dad, I’m sorry. I know how much you 20 this truck.‖ I held her in my arms as she cried. I remember how 21 Holly was the night she had my truck damaged, and how I 22 her. The repaired truck reminds me of what really 23 in my life. One day, when Holly 24 she will certainly know that I love my 25 a thousand times more than anything else. her life,
11. A. office 12. A. building 13. A. practice 14.A. worried 15.A. begged 16.A. Though 17.A. accident 18.A. new 19.A. Successfully 20.A. expect 21.A. fortunate 22.A. praised 23.A. works 24.A. looks back on 25.A. wife
B. kitchen B. driving B. travel B. eager B. whispered B. Because B. fight B. little B. Typically B. develop B. smart B. encouraged B. comes B. looks up to B. child
C. store C. parking C. play C. sorry C. screamed C. Until C. noise C. personal C. Curiously C. love C. strange C. inspired C. matters C. looks out for C. truck
D. restaurant D. fishing D. experiment D. angry D. warned D. When D. activity D. previous D. Luckily D. keep D. upset D. comforted D. spreads D. looks forward to D. garage
三、阅读理解（本题有有两节，共 16 小题，每小题 2 分，共 32 分） 第一节：阅读下列材料并做 41—52 题。从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 A In Mexico, girls mark their fifteenth birthday with a celebration called Quinceanera . In the morning, the birthday girl goes to the church with her family and her best friends. She wears a beautiful dress. Later in the day, there is a huge party, with a big cake that matches the girl’s dress, and a night filled with music and dancing. Becoming an adult is a very important life change, and Japan has a special holiday to cele brate this. The second Sunday in January is Coming-of-Age Day . On that day, everyone who had their twentieth birthday in the last year goes to their Town Hall for a special activity. Everyone dressed up, and many women wear beautiful dresses. The mayor makes a speech and gives presents to all the new adults. Some kids are afraid to start school, but six-year-olds in Germany can’t wait. For them, Schlanfang is a big holiday. To celebrate a child’s first day of school, parents or friends give the child a Zuckertuete, a big color box filled with candy and little presents. People take pictures of the kids holding their Zuckertuete , and there is a school party later for the parents with cake and coffee. 26. What happens at Quinceanera? A. The birthday girl buys many gifts. B. The birthday girl goes to the church. C. Parents give a Zuckertuete to the child. D. Parents make speeches in the church. 27. When is Coming-of-Age Day celebrated? A. On one’s first day of school. B. On one ’s twentieth birthday. C. On a girl’s fifteenth birthday. D. On the second Sunday in January. 28. Schlanfang is celebrated when German children _______. A. start school B. reach the age of 15 C. grow into adults D. are born 29. What is the passage mainly about? A. Celebrating birthdays B. Celebrating school holidays. C. Celebrating life changes. D. Celebrating national holidays. B
Mark Zukerberg is the founder and CEO of Facebook, an extremely popular social working website that started in the United States. Now, millions of student users visit Facebook daily and the website is one of the top ten most widely visited sites on the internet worldwide. College and high school students use Facebook to communicate with friends and share both information and pictures for free. The company earns money through advertising. Many other companies have been rumored( 谣传 ) to be interested in buying Facebook. Just a few years after Mark started the company, he was approached by Terry Semel, who was the CEO of Yahoo. Terry offered Mark one billion dollars ($1,000,000,000) to sell Facebook to Yahoo. Mark said no, though. He stands behind his dreams at the very beginning. He knows the value of the company could fall down; however, he is in this to build something unbelievable, not be bought out by another company. Maybe he was smart. Now Facebook is rumored to be worth billions of dollars and bigger companies like Microsoft or Google want a share of the company. Some private firms are also interested. Facebook could sell 15 billion dollars if Mark decided to sell it at all. Perhaps Mark will just keep working from his California office to continue his dream of building something cool. 30. Facebook makes money from_____. A. members B. advertisements C. pictures 31. Terry Semel was the CEO of ______. A. Microsoft B. Facebook C.Google D. Yahoo 32. The underlined word ―this‖ (Paragraph 3) most probably refers to _______. A. buying companies B. managing Facebook C. sharing information D. fighting rumors 33. Which of the following words best describe Mark Zukerberg according to the passage? A. Determined B. Humourous C.Gentle C If practicing an attitude of gratitude( 感激 ) during the storms of life is too much for you right now, that’s OK. When things are tough, most people have a hard time being thankful. They’re so caught up in what’s wrong in the present moment that they simply can’t see some things are still right. If that’s true for you, then accept it. You’re going through a particularly difficult or unhappy period of time, and you don’t like it one bit. Very normal, very human. But remember this: there is always something to be grateful for. It may be only a small comfort right now, but it is a start. Make a list of some of ? ? ? the terrible things that didn’t happen. For example: You’re in debt… but you’re not homeless. You lost your job… but you didn’t lose your health. You broke your leg… but you didn’t break your neck. D. Selfless
? Your mother has Alzheimer’s disease… but your father doesn’t. No matter how bad things are, they could always be worse. Smart finding gratitude for what might have happened, but didn’t. it does help a lot. Of course, you may not be thankful for everything – but you can always be thankful for something. 34. How many ―terrible things that didn’t happen‖ are listed in this passage? A. Two B. Three C. Four D. Five 35. The writer thinks it _______ for people to feel unhappy in time of difficulty. A. necessary B. normal C.great D. hopeful 36. What is the purpose of this passage? A. To discuss ways to make a list of terrible things.
B. To explain what is gratitude towards the storms of life. C. To persuade people to be thankful towards the storms of life. D. To show people different ways to consider their tough situation. 37. How is the passage organized? A. Explanation—Comparison—Topic C. Comparison—Argument—Explanation B. Argument—Opinion—Discussion D. Introduction—Discussion—Conclusion
第二节：阅读下列材料，从所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中选出符合 53—56 小题要求的最佳选项。 Carla, Philip, Tracy and Monika are four students studying at London School of Business and Finance. At the beginning of the term, they are to choose their own course(s). Read the course description(A, B, C and D) and match them with the needs expressed by the four students marked 53—56. 38. Carla: I feel like increasing skills in business English to find a nice job. 39. Philip: I want to improve my exam results to enter a British university next year. 40. Tracy: I’d like to gain more help from a teacher to improve my English more quickly. 41. Monika: I really need to improve my English speaking skills to communicate more freely. A The IELTS examination is fast becoming the leading test for English around the world, co-managed by the University of Cambridge and the British Council. It is recognized as the required English test for University admission in the United Kingdom, with some universities looking for scores as high as 8.0 in this challenging examination. The ILETS examination preparation course can be taken with a choice of 20 and 30 lessons per week. C These courses develop students’ confidence and ability in spoken English while improving their pronunciation. The conversation classes improve students’ speaking ability, enabling them to communicate more confidently in various English speaking environments. The pronunciation classes meet students’ personal needs by giving necessary help. The courses can be taken with a choice of 25and 30 lessons per week. D These course are a great opportunity for students to learn and practice English with one of the School’s teachers in a comfortable and quiet environment. General English studies, sports English and so on can all be included into the student’s lesson plan. One-to-one courses are taught using various learning methods, where teachers can focus on the student’s personal needs and topics of interest. The courses can be taken with a choice of 15 and 20 lessons per week. B A number of courses are designed for people looking to increase language skills in their own field. The business and Professional English programmes provide students with skills to study and organize high level business information, write reports, give presentations, and develop other professional skills needs in the workplace. The course can be taken with a choice of 25 and 30 lessons per week.
四、单词拼写（本题有 8 小题，每小题 1 分，共 8 分） 根据下列句子及所给单词的首字母，写出各单词的完全形式（每空限填一词） 。 42. A z_____ is a park where live animals are kept so that people can look at them. 43. There are four seasons in a year, spring, summer, autumn and w_______. 44. Lucy looks much y______ than her age when she is wearing this red dress. 45 . I’ve got two t________ for the football match. Would you like to go with me? 46. The government is trying its best to p________ the environment of the city.
47. Rose r ________ a gift from Jack yesterday, but she didn’t accep t it. 48. Everybody attended the meeting e_______ Wang Lili, who was away in Shanghai. 49. Most of the task has been finished. T____________, we are sure that it will be completed on time. 五 、 书 面 表 达 （ 本 题 有 1 小 题 ， 共 20 分 ） 50. 你的同学刘芳乐于助人（helpful）,积极乐观（positive）,她在上星期日下午回校途中帮助了一位受 伤的老人。请根据提示，用英语写一篇短文向英语报 English Times 投稿，简要叙述她做好事的经过， 并谈谈你的感想。 What happened Your opinion ? ? ? ? an old man seriously hurt in the leg what Liu Fang did misunderstanding or even trouble, or the right thing? …
注意： （1）短文须包括上述全部要点，应适当增加细节，以使行文连贯； （2）词数：100 左右。短文开头已给出（不计词数） 。 Nowadays, a lot of people are reportedly unwilling to help others. However, Liu Fang acted differently.
一、听力测试 第一节：1-5 BACAC 二、单项填空 第二节： 6-10 ACBCB 11-15CBCBA
16-20DCDCA 三、完形填空 26-30 CBAAC 四、阅读理解 41-44 BDAC
21-25 CBBAD 31-35 DABDC 36-40 DDCAB 45-48 BDBA 49-52 CBCD 60.tickets 64.Therefore/ Thus 53-56 BADC
五、单词拼写 57. zoo 58.winter
61.protect/preserve 62.received 63.except
六、书面表达 One possible student version: Nowadays, a lot of people are reportedly unwilling to help others. However, Liu Fang acted differently. Last Sunday afternoon, on her way back to school, Liu Fang came across an old man lying on the ground, seriously hurt in the leg. She immediately stopped, called 120 and practices first aid. Soon, the ambulance came. When everything was OK, she left for school. Such is Liu Fang, a helpful, positive and determined person. Although there might be misunderstanding or even trouble when we do good, I strongly believe that she has done the right thing. As responsible citizens, it is our duty to help people in need. Also, helping others means helping ourselves in a sense, doesn’t it? (101 words)
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