第一卷（三部分，共 115 分） 第一部分，听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节（共 5 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 7.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A，B，C 三个选项中选出最佳选项，并标在相应 的位置。听完每段对话后，你都有
10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. When does the play start? A. At 6:30 B. At 6:00 C. At 6:15 2. How many letters does he write to his mother in a month? A. Eight. B. Four. C. Two. 3. Who do you think broke the rule? A. Lucy. B. Jack. C. Tom. 4. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The man couldn’t find a parking lot. B. It’s hard to find a place to leave the car. C. The man apologized because of his carelessness. 5. What does the woman suggest? A. Exercising just after getting up. B. Eating something good for breakfast. C. Not exercising so many times a day. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 22.5 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几道小题，从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳 选项，标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有 5 秒钟时间阅读每小题，听完后，每小题将给 出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白你将听两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 8 题。 6. What are they talking about? A. Changjiang Travel. B. TV programs. C. A football match. 7. When does the football match start? A. 1:00 a.m. B. 1:00 p.m. C. 9:00 a.m. 8. What do we know from the dialogue? A. They watch TV every evening. B. Neither of them likes watching football matches. C. Both of them like watching football matches.
听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. What was the woman’s main purpose in going to New York during the vacation? A. To visit an American family. B. To learn English. C. To go sightseeing. 10. When did the woman come back from America? A. On July 5th. B. On July 6th. C. On August 25th. 11. What in particular did the woman like about the American classes? A. The teachers were kind. B. The students were quite free. C. Listening, reading, speaking and writing were all taught. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. Who shot Abraham Lincoln? A. A player at the theatre. B. A slave owner from the South. C. A young man of 25. 13. When did Lincoln die? A. On the morning of April 15,1865. B. On the night of April 15,1865. C. On the evening of April 14,1865. 14. Where did Lincoln die? A. At the theatre. B. At the hospital. C. At home. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. What happened when he was thirty-one? A. He was blind. B. He was deaf. C. He won high praise. 16. How many years did the great musician live in the world? A. 43 B. 70 C. 57 17. What did Beethoven do after he lost his hearing? A. He never gave in. B. He stopped writing music pieces. C. He went to see a doctor. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What caused the accident? A. Alfred had drunk too much. B. Alfred was driving too fast. C. Both A and B. 19. Why did Alfred drive away without helping the old man? A. Because he thought the old man could help himself. B. Because he thought the police would help the old man. C. Because he thought nobody else would notice him and he couldn’t be found out.
20. What do you think of Alfred? A. A fearless person. B. A dishonest man. C. An experienced driver.
第二部分 英语知识运用（共两小节；满分 45 分） 第一节 单项选择（共 15 小题；每个题 1 分；满分 15 分） 从 A,B,CD 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21. People all around the world have been doing as much as they can _______ the people in Afghanistan. A help B to help C helping D helped 22. Your performance in the driving test didn’t reach the required standard ---_______, you failed. A in the end B after all C in other words D at the same time 23. ---- I wish Bill would drive us to the train station. ----He has ________ to take us all. A too much a car B very small a car C a too small car D such small a car 24. ----It’s getting late. I’m afraid I must be going now. ----OK._________. A Take it easy B Go slowly C Stay longer D See you 25. ---Susan, will you please go and empty that drawer? -----_______? A What for B What is it C How is it D How come 26. I hope you don’tmind me smoking, _____ where did you buy those shoes? A so B and C yet D but 27. When we had difficulties, we would turn to our maths teacher for _________. A advice B idea C thought D helps 28. ----What were you doing when Tony phoned you? ----I had just finished my work and ______ to take a shower. A had started B started C have started D was starting 29. The man we followed suddenly stopped and looked as if _________ whether he was going in the right direction. A seeing B having seen C to see D to have seen 30. Cigarettes are addictive because they contain ________. A tobacco B nicotine C drug D cocaine 31. He has got lung cancer _______ smoking twenty cigarettes a day. A so B as a result of C as a result D so that 32.Almost every country is increasing the price of cigarettes ________ reduce smoking. A so that B so as to C in order that D as to 33. Some people don’t like a pen ______. Instead, they use a computer or a typewriter. A writing B write C to write D to write with 34. All morning as she waited for the medical report from the doctor, her nervousness ________. A has grown B is growing C grew D had grown 35. I do every single bit of housework _________ my husband Bob just does the dishes now and then. A since B while C when D as 第二节 完型填空 （共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意；然后从 36-55 个题所给的四个选项 A,B,C,D 中，选出可填入空白处最佳选项。
The problem started when the family moved and Chris switched schools. He made friends with a new –36—of kids, some of whom used drugs. The first time Chris used cocaine was with friends at Larry’s house. Everyone –37—their money to buy few grams of cocaine. Larry told them, ―It’s safe as –38—as you don’t use it too often. It won’t –39—you into an addict like other drugs.‖ During the following year, the group –40—crack along with cocaine. Chris boasted, ―I can –41—this matter!‖ Larry agreed. ―As long as you only take a little bit, you’ll be okay.‖ He said. He sold it to them ―at cost‖ and –42—it as ―pure cocaine‖. When one friend ended up in the –43—from an overdose, Chris thought, ―That’ll never happen to me. Since I’m mostly –44—the drug, I won’t have any problems.‖ At 16, Chris –45—school. When his parents tried to change his –46--, he left home without telling them where he was going. He –47—two weeks working at a pizza shop before getting fired for stealing money. That’s –48—he started selling cocaine. ― I’ll only do –49—until I get back on my feet,‖ he told himself. Chris’s family –50—him living alone in a rundown part of town. A school friend had called the family to tell them where he was. ― It –51—saved my life,‖ Chris says. ―I was half dead.‖ To pay for Chris to –52—a drug treatment center, his dad –53—a second job. Chris is grateful to getting treatment. Now he’s able to see –54—again. In the depths of his addiction he saw everything –55—black and gray. 36. A party B member C set D circle 37. A drew B pooled C pushed D spent 38. A far B easy C long D cool 39. A turn B change C get D make 40. A used B tried C bought D brought 41. A solve B deal C handle D control 42. considered B described C thought D recognized 43. A hospital B prison C police D bed 44. A using B taking C smelling D selling 45. A ran away from B broke away from C dropped out of D fled from 46. A mind B thinking C thought D idea 47. A used B spent C got D asked 48. A how B when C why D where 49. A it B that C so D this 50. A asked B persuaded C forced D found 51. A likely B may be C probably D possibly 52. A found B receive C stay D enter 53. A had B took C worked D founded 54. A reality B colors C light D life 55. A for B with C in D as 第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A A letter to Edward, a columnist(报刊专栏作家) Dear Mr Expert: I grew up in an unhappy and abusive home. I always promised myself that I’d get out as soon as possible. Now, at age 20, I have a good job and a nice house, and I’m really proud of the independence I’ve achieved. Here’s the problem: several of my friends who still live with their parents wish they had places like mine -so much so that they make mine theirs. It started out with a coupe of them spending the weekends with me. But now they seem to take it for granted that
they can shout any time they like. They bring boyfriends over, talk on the phone and stay out forever. I enjoy having my friends here sometimes-it makes the place feel comfortable and warm-but this is my home, not a party house. I was old enough to move out of my own, so why can’t I seem to ask my friends to respect my privacy(隐私)? Joan Edward’s reply to Joan Dear Joan: If your family didn’t pay attention to your needs when you were a child, you probably have trouble letting others know your needs now. And if you’ve gathered your friends around you to rebuild a happy family atmosphere, you may fear that saying no will bring back the kind of conflict you grew up with-or destroy the nice atmosphere you now enjoy. You need to understand that in true friendship it’s okay to put your own needs first from time to time. Be clear about the message you want to send. For example, ―I really love you company but I also need some privacy. So please call before you come over.‖ 56.We can learn from the first letter that Joan . A. lives away from her family B. takes pride in her friends C. knows Mr Expert quite well D. hates her parents very much 57.We can infer from the first letter that . A. Joan considers her friends more important than her privacy B. Jonan’s friends visit her more often than she can accept C. Joan doesn’t like the parties at all D. Joan dislikes the boyfriends her friends bring over 58.According to Mr Expert, why can’t Joan tell her friends her feelings? A. She is afraid of hurting her friends. B. She does not understand true friendship C. Her family experience stops her from doing so. D. She does not put her needs first. 59.The underlined word ―conflict‖ in the second letter means . A. dependent life B. fierce fight C. bad manners D. painful feeling 60.The second letter suggests that Mr Expert . A. is worried about Joan’s problem B. warns Joan not to quarrel with her friends C. advises Joan on how to refuse people D. encourages Joan to be brave enough B WASHINGTON: Georges de Paris, who once slept homeless on the streets in the US capital, has measured US presidents inside the White House for the past 40 years. Every president since Lyndon Johnson has sought the silver-haired French tailor’s service to be in style. Of all the presidents he has spent hours measuring and fitting under the watchful eyes of Secret Service agents, Georges de Paris prefers Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush as the ―most sympathetic and also the most elegant‖. The least pleasant of all was Bill Clinton, who was ―very demanding, cold and always occupied.‖ The current President Bush displayed one of Georges de Paris’ blue suits when he gave his nationally televised State of the Union address before the US Congress in January. The suit, made by hand by Georges and three skilled helpers, cost about US $3,000 in a shop near the White House. Becoming the unofficial White House tailor was a far climb for Georges, who arrived in the US in 1960 when he was 27, carrying his life savings of US $4,000 in his pocket. Within six months he found himself penniless, living on the streets, speaking little English after his American girlfriend threw him out because he refused to marry her.
The seeds of Georges’ tailoring business were planted when he was hired as a cutter by a French -Canadian tailor for US$70 a week. He rented a small room and saved his money until he could buy a sewing machine and set on his own. He still uses that machine. A decisive meeting in a restaurant brought Georges, who became a US citizen in 1969, closer to the White House. A conversation with the representative Otto Passman of Louisiana, led the lawmaker to buy suits from Georges. The satisfied lawmaker introduced him to Johnson, then the vice-president, who continued to enlist the tailor’s services when he became president. 61. Suppose Bill Clinton took office in the year 1992, Georges de Pairs . A. was in his early sixties B. found it was the hardest time in his life C. was more careful than ever before D. thought Clinton was easy to get along with 62.The writer wrote the passage to tell us . A. a story about a tailor in Washington B. the way how Georges de Paris became successful in official duties C. that it is uneasy to work for American presidents D. the poor might be very rich unexpectedly 63.Georges de Paris once slept on the streets of the US capital, probably because . A. he and his wife separated B. he had no money to afford a room C. he wanted to learn the truth of the poor in the USA D. he was a stranger who couldn’t find where hotels lay 64.The underlined word ―displayed‖ in the passage means ― ‖. A. showed B. placed C. spread D. preferred 65The main idea of the last five paragraphs is that . A. Georges de Paris was very lucky to be chosen as a White House tailor B. the way to success for Georges de Paris was very hard C. rich knowledge is very useful for one’s success D. a decisive meeting has brought George a new life C Before Felix arrived in Baghdad, Miss Bohun had arranged for him to have lessons with Mr. Posthon of the Education Office. Mr. Posthon was a busy man; he not only had his government job but also taught some Arab boys from a wealthy family who hoped eventually to go to an English university. He had agreed to ―fit Felix in his spare time,‖ which meant that sometimes Felix went to Mr.Posthon’s office and was told to study this or that, and occasionally Mr. Posthon managed to find a spare hour when he dropped in to Miss Bohun’s and gave Felix some instruction. Most of Felix’s day was spent in study in his bedroom. He knew he would not get far in this way and he knew also that Mr. Posthon would have been disappointed in him. Miss Bohun did not say or do anything that gave Felix any clue as to how he had failed her, but Mr. Posthon, after testing his knowledge, said without hesitation, ―What on earth have you been doing with yourself since you left England?‖ Felix explained that in Cario he had taken lessons with an old English lady, an ex-governess(前女家教) to a royal family, who had taught him English composition, French, drawing, geography and history. Unfortunately she had known less Greek, Latin and mathematics than he did. His mother had treated lessons there as a joke, and said: ―Never mind, darling, when we return to England we’ll make up for the lost time.‖ ―Your parents ought to have been ashamed of themselves, keeping you away from school during the most important years of your life. I can’t understand it,‖ said Mr. Posthon, ―Your father is an educated man, isn’t he?‖ Felix explained, ―It wasn’t my father’s fault. Mother wouldn’t let me go back to England when the war started. Father was angry, but Mother said, ―If he goes I may not see him again.‖ Mr. Posthon said , ―You will never make up for it.‖ But Felix, although he knew it to be a serious matter, could not really care. 66.According to the passage, which of the following countries did Felix not go to?
A. Iraq B. France C. Egypt D. Britain 67. Before he arrived Miss Bohun had arranged for Felix ______________. A. to go to school in the Education Office. B. to have private lessons with some Arab boys. C. to study at home every morning. D. to be taught by someone who had another job. 68. Felix didn’t feel the arrangements Miss Bohun had made were satisfactory because ________________. A. he knew Miss Bohun was disappointed in him. B. his lessons were very irregular. C. he did not like Mr. Posthon. D. he did not like studying at Miss Bohun’s. 69. Felix’s lessons before he came to stay with Miss Bohun, ___________________. A. were shared with some children from a royal family. B. were not thought suitable by his father. C. had not covered some subjects properly. D. had frequently been interrupted by his mother. 70. What did Mr. Posthon think of Felix’s education? A. He thought his father had not encouraged him enough. B. He was surprised that Felix had managed to learn anything at all. C. He thought Felix had wasted a great deal of valuable time. D. He believed that Felix could catch up with the other boys later. D Chinese basketball players have never been so close to the NBA before but questions remain about how they will adjust to life in the NBA if they go. Wang Zhizhi,the 2.16-metre center for the Bayi Rockets who was chosen by the Dallas Mavericks two years ago,has finally received permission from authorities to travel to Dallas to play for the rest of the NBA season after he finishes playing in the Chinese Basketball Association’s finals on March 25th.If he has no problems with his visa(签证),Wang will be the NBA’s first Asian player.Wang was chosen by the Mavericks in the second round of the 1999 draft but the Rockets, an army-run club,refused to let him go.After negotiations（谈判） between the Rockets and NBA representatives （代表） ,the decision was made to allow Wang the chance to try his hand at American basketball,but only for a period of short time.He has to be back to play in the Ninth National Games in November in Guangzhou. Another center who has attracted attention from the NBA is Yao Ming,the 2.25-meter star who has led to the Shanghai Sharks into the finals fight with the Rockets this year.The 20-year-old’s NBA dreams might be harder to realize.Yao is the center of the Sharks and the club’s manager Bei Genyuan has said that he would allow Yao to go only at a proper time,for a proper team and under proper conditions. Yao hasn’t been chosen yet and it is unlikely that he will be any time soon.People in the Shark’s front office earlier told members of the press that ―it is not proper for Yao to attend the draft this year‖because he has to represent Shanghai in the Ninth National Games. Even if Wang and Yao make it to the promised land of basketball at last,analysts on both sides of the Pacific have said the NBA road will be a long one for both of them.Besides needing to work on their upper body strength,Wang and Yao will also have to adapt（适应）to the speed,techniques and above all,culture of the NBA. 71. Yao Ming has attracted attention from NBA because ____. A. he is 2.25 metres tall,who is the tallest basketball player in China B.he is the center of the Shanghai Sharks and has led Sharks into the final fight with the Rockets C.he is regarded as the best basketball player in China D.he is thought highly of in the international world 72.Yao Ming can play for NBA if ____. A.there is no problem with his visa
B.NBA agrees to supply favorable conditions for him C.time and conditions are proper D.NBA can pay a large sum of money for Sharks 73.The underlined phrase―try his hand‖in the passage probably means____. A.初试身手 B.碰碰运气 C.成为一员 D.为其效劳 74.NBA chose Wang Zhizhi so that __________. A.it can show NBA need talents B.Wang Zhizhi can have a bright future C.its whole level will be improved D.it can make Wang Zhizhi world-famous 75.When Wang Zhizhi plays in NBA,he will have to adapt to many things of NBA except. A.rules of basketball B.the speed C.culture D.techniques 第四部分：书面表达 第一节：阅读表达（共 5 小题，每小题 3 分，共 15 分） There are two kinds of physical activity which require special training.The first demands exact,careful mov ements of the muscles(肌肉).This kind of activity must be strictly controlled because even a slight movement in th e wrong direction will lead to a mistake.To type quickly, for example,a person needs training;the slightest moveme nt of a finger in the wrong direction may cause a spelling mistake.A dancer who has to dance on the point of her sh oes or turn around on one foot must be trained for a long period of time before she can sense her own center and ba lance herself.You may have seen a girl walking on a rope across an empty space,which,too,requires a lot of practic e. The second kind of physical activity needs greater strength or extra effort.Most of us get tired if we try to run hal f a mile without stopping,but a specially person can do this without much effort.Three years ago,some scie ntists carried out experiments,which produced meaningful and unexpected results.They wanted to find out whethe r a certain amount of physical exercise would injure those suffering from heart problems.They selected some mal e patients and trained them in continuous bicycle riding.They were surprised to find that the harmful effect of a giv en amount of physical effort was actually less on the hearts of these trained patients than on those of the patients w ho were not similarly trained.This is important because it shows that regular physical exercise enables us to make b etter use of the oxygen(氧气) we breathe in and that this training, in fact,reduces the amount of work our hearts do. Many tasks which are hard for untrained people are not hard at all for trained people.
1.What is the best title of this passage? 2..The first kind of physical activity must be strictly controlled because___________.
3.What must a dancer do before she can balance herself? 4.The experiments done by some scientists showed that__________. 5. Translate the underlined sentence in the passage into Chinese.
第二卷（非选择题 共 35 分） 第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分）
第一节：根据汉语提示补全句子。 （共 5 小题，每题 2 分。满分 10 分） 1. The secretary stayed up the whole night, _________________（为老板准备演讲稿） 。 2．He took away the keys to the car _____________________(为了阻止她参加会议)。 3．It’s not wise to give a child ___________________（他想要的任何东西） 。 4．The government has put forth ________________ （禁止在公共场所吸烟的禁令） 。 5．Since you left your dictionary at home, you can _________________（和我合用一本字典） 。 第二节：书面表达（满分 25 分） 以 Smoking is harmful 为题，写一篇 100--130 次的短文，内容包括以下要点： 1． 列举吸烟现状（中国吸烟者达 45%，多为年轻人，甚至中学生） 2． 分析原因（乐趣，提神（refresh oneself） 3． 叙述吸烟害处（坏习惯，有害健康，致病，浪费金钱，引起火灾） 4． 劝告人不要吸烟，别学吸烟 听力 1—5 AACBA 6—10 BACBC 11—15 BCABB 16—20 CACCB 单项填空 21—25 BCADA 26—30 DADCB 31—35 BBDVB 完型填空 36—40 CBCAB 41—45 CBACC 46—50 ABBDD 51—55 CDBBC 阅读理解 56—60 ABCBC 61—65 CABAB 66—70 BDBCC 71—75 BCACA 阅读表达 1.Training Our Bodies 2.a movement in the wrong direction will cause a mistake 3.She must receive long—time training. 4.the physical exercise had more harmful effect on the hearts of the untrained patients 5．你可能见过姑娘在空中走绳索，但那同样需要做大量的练习。 根据括号内的汉语提示翻译句子 1．preparing the speech for her boss 2. in order to stop her attending the meeting 3. whatever ha wants 4. a ban on smoking in public 5. share the dictionary with me 书面表达 Smoking is harmful When you are in public places, you will see many smokers. And most of them are young people and even middle school students. It is said that in China smokers cover abut 45 percent. Why do so many people enjoy smoking? Some think that it is a pleasure, some believe that it can refresh themselves. In fact, smoking is a bad habit. It does great harm to our health, not only to the smoker himself, but also to others. For smokers, it is a great waste of money, and causes all kinds of diseases. Besides, many fires are caused by careless smokers. Today, more and more people are beginning to realize the harm of smoking and decide to give it up. If you are
not a smoker, don’t start. 听力部分录音稿 Text 1 W : Does the play start at 6:00 or 6:15 ? M : Neither. It starts at 6:30 and ends at 8:00. Text 2 W : How often do you write your mother ? M : Twice a week. Text 3 W : Is Tom back , Uncle Jim ? M : No, not yet. Do you know why , Lucy ? W : I’m afraid he broke the rule. That’s what Jack told me just now. Text 4 W : I have been waiting here for about half an hour. Why did you take so long to park the car ? M : I’m sorry. I had to drive two blocks before I discovered a place to park. Text 5 M : I want to exercise , but never seem to find the time. W : Why not do it first thing in the morning ? Text 6 W : Do you want to watch television tonight , Dennis ? M : Well , there’s nothing interesting , but turn it on if you want to. W : I want to see that program Changjiang Travel. M : Oh , I forgot that was on tonight. I’d like to see it , too. W : It comes on at nine o’clock. M : Is there any other interesting program ? W : Yes , I remember there’s a football match on the Star TV Station. M : Oh , great ! Let’s watch it. W : Let me see. Hmm. The paper says it starts at one o’clock tomorrow morning . M : One o’clock tomorrow morning ? Then I would prefer to sleep . Text 7 M : Hi, Jane. It’s nice to see you again. I heard that you went to the US during the vacation. W : Yes , I went to New York to attend a summer course in English. M : Wow. You were lucky. How long did you stay there ? M : About 50 days . I went there on July 5th and came back on August 25th. M : How about the course ? W : The course was very good. The teachers were nice. They taught us to listen, speak, read and write in English , but it was mostly speaking. One interesting thing I found was that the American classes are different from our classes here because they are very free. You can sit anywhere you like in the classroom. You can ask the teacher questions at any time during the class , and you are welcome to share your ideas with the class. I really liked this kind of class.
M : How interesting ! Maybe our teachers should try that. Text 8 W : People say Abraham Lincoln is a great American , you know. M : Yes , many American people do think so , and they feel proud of Lincoln. He rose from the lowest to the highest position in the United States. W : Do you know how he was killed ? M : Yes. It was on April 14, 1865. After a very busy day , Lincoln and his wife went to see a play at a theatre in Washington. A 25-year-old man , who was from the South , suddenly shot Lincoln through the head. W : Did he die immediately when he was shot ? M : No, he didn’t. He died early the next morning in the hospital. Text 9 Beethoven , a famous musician in the world , was born in Germany in 1770. In his childhood Beethoven didn’t have a happy life. His father was a singer. When he was only four, his father began to make him practise hour after hour on different musical instruments. Beethoven loved music , and he was able to go around giving concerts when he was only a boy of eleven. At the age of seventeen, he won high praise from Mozart, the great musician at that time. Beethoven was often poor and ill during his life . After one illness, he suddenly found himself deaf. At that time he was only thirty-one. It was a blow to him indeed, but he still went on working and writing music pieces. To people’s surprise, some of his best pieces were written after he lost his hearing. In 1827 , leaving more than 300 pieces, the great musician died , but his name is still remembered to this day. Text 10 Having drunk too much , Alfred was driving his car along the country road at the top speed. Then and old man walked across the road. Unfortunately, the car ran into him, and the old man was terrified. But after looking around and thinking there was not a single person who saw the accident , he drove away without taking the old man to the hospital. The old man was not a bit stupid. He looked up and kept Alfred’s car’s number in his mind. About one month later, they both went to the court. Alfred’s lawyer said, ―Alfred is an experienced driver of more than 20 years.‖ ―If experience can hold water here,‖ the old man’s lawyer replied, ―the old man has been walking for over 60 years safely.‖
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