（考试时间：2013 年 1 月 28 日下午 3：00-5：00 满分：100 分） 温馨提示：本试卷分第一卷（选择题）和第二卷（非选择题）两部分 请你将第一卷客观题 1—75 小题的答案填涂在答题卡上。 请严格按照你的准考证号认真填写答题卡。否则以零分计算。
第 I 卷（选择题 共 75 分）
第一部分 听力 （共两节， 满分 20 分） 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 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，并标在试卷的相应位置。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. Who will the man call? A. John. B. Christine. C. Emory. 2. What instrument did Mario use to play? A. The violin. B. The piano. C. The drums. 3. What did the man see? A. A kite. B. A robot. C. A cat. 4. What are the speakers talking about? A. A student. B. The teachers. C. Bad behavior. 5. How will the woman go to the museum? A. By taxi. B. By bus. C. By subway. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选 项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小 题， 每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两边遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6、7 题。 6. What did the man do during the weekend? A. He watched TV. B. He went to the cinema. C. He visited his parents. 7. What does the woman think about the man’s roommate? A. He’s not clever. B. He’s strange. C. He’s bright. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. Who had an accident? A. A patient. B. The doctor. C. The woman. 9. What was the cause of the accident? A. Careless driving. B. Strong winds. C. The icy road. 10. Why did the doctor walk to the house?
A. He knew it was his patient’s house. B. He intended to use the telephone. C. He received the woman’s call. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。
听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. Why did Jack buy an old car? A. It’s cheap. B. It’s a collectors’ item. 15. When was Jack’s car made? A. In the 1940s. B. In the 1950s. 16. What does Jack plan to do with it? A. Resell it. B. Replace its engine.
C. It’s in such good condition. C. In the 1960s. C. Enter it in some shows.
听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. What’s the talk mainly about? A. Traditional libraries. B. The importance of the Internet. C. The good things about the Internet and the library. 18. What helps us find books easily on the Internet? A. The search engine. B. Different micro-blogs. C. Sending emails. 19. What does the speaker say about the library? A. It offers a different kind of experience. B. It’s more convenient and quicker. C. It has many more books than the Internet. 20. What can be inferred from the talk? A. The Internet will replace libraries some day. B. Fewer and fewer people read in the library. C. The Internet and the library are both attractive in their own ways. 第二部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 单项选择 （共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 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，并在答题卡上将该项涂 黑。 21. My brother and I have decided to take ____ great bike trip to Tibetan and I’m busy planning our schedule for _____ trip. A. a; the B. a; / C. the; the D. the; / 22. We’ll visit the West Lake this weekend, ________ the City Hangzhou is famous . A. in which B. of which C. to which D. for which 23. As everyone knows, the Diaoyu Islands ________ China since ancient times. A. belonged to B. were belonging to C. have belonged to D. were
belonged to 24. Both the summer and the winter Olympic Games are held every four years on a _______ basis. A. magical B. regular C. familiar D. logical 25. To its fans’ disappointment, the popular band _____ because one singer was badly burnt in a fire. A. broke up B. packed up C. set up D. blew up 26. Mo Yan, ______penname means “Don’t speak”, won the 2012 Nobel Prize in literature. A. whose B. which C. who D. what 27. President Obama won the 2012 election over Romney and is once more in__ of the White House. A. return B. search C. relief D. power 28. It keeps raining these days. We doubt _______ the sports meeting will take place as planned. A. which B. that C. whether D. when 29. They told us it was the second time that the volunteers _______ the nursing home. A. visited B. have visited C. were visiting D. had visited 30. When the powerful earthquake struck and all lights went out all of a sudden. It seemed ________ the world was at an end. A. as if B. even if C. such as D. like that 31. The children are busy doing piles of homework, for they _______ their end-of-term exam soon. A. will be taken B. take C. are taking D. would take 32.
— Would you come to our party tomorrow, Della? — I’m afraid I can’t afford the time, but thank you for the invitation _______.
A. somehow B. instead C. besides D. anyhow
33. Only those who have reached the agreed standard for their event will______ as competitors. A. have admitted B. being admitted C. be admitted D. be admitting 34. He said _______, but actually he didn’t keep his promise. That’s to say, he didn’t show up. A. he would come the next day B. he had come tomorrow C. he came the next day D. he will come tomorrow 35. –We’re going to visit our teacher this weekend, would you like to join us? —______. I’d love to. A. That’s all right B. Sounds great C. It’s a pity D. Have fun 第二节：完型填空（共 20 小题；每题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 36-55 各题所给的四个选项（A﹑B﹑C 和 D）中， 选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Every December the radio station in my city makes a program in which all the poor children can send letters asking for some Christmas presents. One day, as I was 36 the radio, I decided to do something, so I asked four of my friends if they wanted to help a poor child. They 37 . After several days, we learned about a 38 from a little child called Juan. In his letter, he 39 some blankets and some clothes and also wanted somebody to help his father 40 the
house because it was in bad 41 . We told the radio station that we wanted to 42 Juan. After that, we started to think about how to 43 all the money to buy all that Juan 44 . After 5 days, we collected much money and bought many things for Juan. We 45 bought some toys as a little 46 for Juan. 47 , on December 22 the radio station gave a party in which all the children who asked for help were 48 , and all those helping these children. In the party we 49 Juan. We played some games with him and gave him the 50 we prepared for hm. He was very excited and happy, so were my 51 and I. That day was one of the most 52 days in my life, and I learned something 53 from it. Giving help to those in need is one of the most meaningful things that you can do 54 this makes you feel good and also makes the persons who you are helping 55 . I am going to keep doing that all my life! 36. A. thinking of B. listening to C. searching for D. looking after 37. A. agreed B. refused C. hesitated D. admitted 38. A. note B. telephone C. message D. letter 39. A. asked for B. cared about C. looked at D. laughed at 40. A. build B. repair C. rent D. buy 41. A. choice B. situation C. condition D. place 42. A. praise B. visit C. help D. teach 43. A. save B. collect C. spend D. keep 44. A. lost B. hated C. needed D. wasted 45. A. hardly B. also C. never D. still 46. A. surprise B. change C. promise D. comfort 47. A. Nearly B. Suddenly C. Immediately D. Finally 48. A. told B. shown C. invited D. allowed 49. A. forgot B. met C. ignored D. caught 50. A. presents B. signals C. plans D. tips 51. A. parents B. neighbors C. friends D. classmates 52. A. difficult B. official C. peaceful D. meaningful 53. A. lucky B. funny C. important D. interesting 54. A. though B. but C. unless D. because 55. A. happy B. angry C. peaceful D. wealthy 第三部分 阅读理解 (共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分) 阅读下列短文， 从每题所给的四个选项（A﹑B﹑C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 A Garden of small inventions Visitors of all ages are invited to Port Discovery to see the new exhibit—a garden of small inventions, which features interactive activities and gadgets(小器械，小物件，小玩意) for the environmental protection. The exhibit runs through Sept.4. Fee is $10.75; free for ages younger than two. Contact 410-727-8120 or portdiscovery.org. Rain-barrel workshop
The Parks and People Foundation presents a workshop on building water-efficient rain barrels for the home between 6pm-8pm on Wednesday at the foundation’s Stieff Silver Building. Cost is $50 and includes the barrel and all materials. Contact 410-448-5663, ext.109. Pruning(修剪)plants Visitors can attend a workshop on pruning plants between 9:30am-10am on Tuesday at Ladew Topiary Gardens. Visitors should meet in the Visitors Center at Ladew, Jarrettsville Pike, Monkton. $10; free for Ladew members, and includes admission to the gardens and the nature walk. Contact 410-557-9570 or www.ladewgardens.com. Landscape exhibit Photographs, paintings and drawings will be shown at Landscape and Nature—a view from Maryland, through Sept.9 at the University of Maryland. Opening reception is between 5pm-7:30pm on Tuesday. Contact 301-985-7937 or um.edu/art. 56. It will cost a couple with their newly-born baby________ to visit Port Discovery. A. $ 30 B. $100 C. $21.5 D. nothing 57. To learn how to make your flowers grow better, you will probably go to __________. A. Port Discovery B. Stieff Silver Building C. Ladew Topiary Gardens D. the University of Maryland 58. You will call _______ to get information about learning something about art. A. 410-727-8120 B. 410-448-5663 C. 410-557-9570 D. 301-985-7937 59. Which activity is offered only on Wednesday according to the ads? A. Garden of small inventions B. Rain-barrel workshop C. Pruning(修剪)plants D. Landscape exhibit B Living in a modern society with more and more out-of-date but still useful computers, many people have to face such a troubling problem: How to deal with those old computers? Some old ones are put away in homes. Many more are just thrown out with the rubbish. Don’t worry! Some companies are coming up with new ways to cut the number of old computers. Sony, Dell, Hewlett-Packard and other companies now agree to take back some old computers. In some countries, there are laws about what to do with old computers. By law, computer companies will have to pay for collecting and recycling their used products. And 70% of computer waste must be recycled. The idea behind the laws is that computer companies themselves should pay the cost. That will encourage them to make computers that are easier and cheaper to repair and upgrade（升级）. While many people are throwing away good computers, others cannot afford them at all. Hundreds of organizations（组织）are working to solve this problem. They collect and repair old computers before sending them to schools, charities（慈善团体）and people who need them. In this way, we can turn one person's rubbish into someone else's useful things-and cut down on
waste. 60. What do many people do with old computers? A. They sell them to others. B. They try to repair them. C. They give them to others. D. They stop using them 61. According to laws in some countries mentioned in the passage, computer companies must_____. A. recycle most of their products B .make their computers cheaper C. repair and upgrade old computers D. collect all their used products 62. The last paragraph mainly tells us that hundreds of organizations are working to _________. A. help the computer companies to collect old ones B. repair old ones and send them to whoever needs them. C. advise people not to throw away good computers. D. encourage people to turn rubbish into useful things. 63. What is the main idea of this passage? A. How to repair old computers. B. Avoid producing too many computers. C. Encourage to recycle old computers. D. How to turn rubbish into useful things C
A middle-aged couple from California got to the Pacific Ocean after a 4,900- mile-cross-country walk, becoming the first to backpack the American Discovery Trail by walking． Marcia and Ken started the travel across 13 states, through 14 national parks and 16 national forests from Delaware and finally reached their destination a day nearly eight months later. “We are sad that a great adventure is over. Now we just go home and do housework” said the couple, who went through cities, desert, mountains and farmland before reaching the Pacific alone. They overcame deep snow in the East, a quicksand in Utah, close lightning strikes in the Midwest and strong desert sandstorms in the West while averaging 22 miles a day and taking only
four days off．But they enjoyed the French history of St.Louis and the beauty of the Colorado Rockies. They particularly remember kindness of strangers they met along the way. “Americans are truly warm-hearted and wonderful. We got to meet people that we would never meet in our daily living at home. It' s an amazing country.” Marcia said． 64. Which of the following is the most suitable title? A. The first couple to backpack the Pacific Ocean alone B. The first couple to cover a 4,900 mile cross-country walk C. A husband-and-wife team suffered a lot during an adventure D. A husband-and-wife team got much help during an adventure 65. Which of the statements is TRUE? A. The couple travelled across 16 states. B. Their walk lasted nearly half a year. C. They prefer housework to adventure D. They took four days off during the travel 66. We know that during the walk, the couple_________. A. were worried about their housework B. once covered 22 miles within four days C. were treated warm-heartedly by strangers D. met strong desert sandstorms in the East 67. Which place do you suppose can replace the underlined word “destination”? A. Delaware B. Colorado Rockies C. California D. Pacific Ocean D Taking children to school on time doesn’t have to be a battle against the clock. Here are some rules for you to follow. Lay out children’s clean clothes the night before. Who wants to be looking through unsorted clothes for three pairs of matching socks at 8:00am? Just have the clothes you know they will wear and the food they like ready and waiting. It makes life easier when you can’t spare the time in the morning. Allow time for yourself. Whether it’s a hot shower, a cup of coffee or five minutes’ peace, leave yourself enough time. This doesn’t include “Just five more minutes” in bed, which will often turn into oversleeping followed by mayhem. Stick to a routine. Make sure your children know what you expect from them every morning and stick to that routine, whether it’s that they should be fully dressed before breakfast or that they should brush their teeth straight afterwards. My personal top tip for the easiest way to a pain-free morning is no TV the night before. Keep calm. If the bus is late or you have forgotten where you parked the car, or if you are late, don’t get angry and blame the children. Every one has such a bad morning. But if your children are often late for school, it’s up to you to start a more organized morning routine.
68. The passage is mainly intended for __________. A. parents B. teachers C. students D. early birds 69. The underlined word “mayhem” is closest in meaning to __________ A. the bad habit B. the sleeping hour C. some preparation D. some trouble 70. What’s the author’s first choice to have a pain-free morning? A. Have clothes ready in advance. B. Allow enough time for peace. C. Get dressed before breakfast. D. Don’t watch TV the night before 71. How many rules are mentioned for your reference in the passage? A. Five B. Four C. Three D. Two E\
If there’s one memory Anna wanted to keep from her experiences during the Second World War, it was her son, Andrzej. Anna, 89, lost touch with him when she was forced to leave her native Poland and sent to a labor camp in Austria more than 60 years ago. Now, 64, Andrzej hugged his mother at the air port, who had been waiting for him. Andrzej searched for his mother for more than 50 years, almost giving up. But his mother made the first phone call. Unluckily, he wrote down his mother’s phone number wrong and spent another month trying to reach her again. When he did, the two talked regularly on the phone for two months to break down the language barrier. Anna can hardly speak Polish over the years and Andrzej doesn’t speak English. After the war, Anna could not find her son and went to Italy, finally ending up in Great Britain, the US, then Canada 45 years ago. She used the Internet to track her son, making phone calls with no luck. Meanwhile Andrzej contacted the Polish Red Cross last year to help in his search. At last, they locate each other at the same time. Andrzej will spend a month with his mother
in Britain. 72. Andrzej was about _______ years old when his mother left him for Austria 60 years ago. A. eight B. six C. four D. two 73. Where did they meet for the first time after 60 years separation? A. In Britain B. In Italy C. In Poland D. In Canada 74. Andrzej delayed a month to phone his mother because________. A. he had to learn English first B. he put down a wrong number C. he needed some time to prove the news D. he just couldn’t believe the news at first 75. The best title for the passage would be ________ A. The story of Anna and her son Andrzej B. The war separated the families for 60 years C. Anna suffered a great deal from the war D. Mother reunited with son after 60 years.
第Ⅱ卷（非选择题 共 25 分）
第四部分 写作(共三节，满分 25 分) 第一节 根据汉语提示完成下列句子（共 20 空，每空 0.5 分，满分 10 分） 1. He always ________ ___________ _________ (与…相处) his classmates very well. 2. It’s said that Mary and John________ _________ _________ with each other(相爱)at first sight. 3. The professor is strict and humorous ________ ________ (也, 又). We all love him. 4. After______________________ _____________(毕业) college, they went abroad travelling. 5. _________ ________ ______________ (老实说)，I don’t think we have a chance of winning. 6. Have you ___________ ________ ________ _________(决定) where to go for your holiday? 7. Dinosaurs lived on earth long before humans ____________ ___________ __________.(产生) 第二节 短文填词 （共 10 小题；每小题 0.5 分，满分 5 分） My sister Daisy worked at Standard Bank in Malawi. When she got m , we were all excited. She invited me to her house to help her open the gifts and s some thank-you notes to all 2.___________ the _________(亲戚）and friends that came to the wedding party. While_________ (仔细地) going through the gifts, we came across this nice vase. Inside ______was a note that read, “You might not know me. 1.___________
3____________ 4.___________ 5.__________
My name is Bill. I often v Standard Bank for business. In the past years you have helped me a lot when I was _______ trouble. I will never forget __________ you did. God bless you.” It was impossible for us to w__________ a thank-you note back to this person for there was no name or _________( 地址) so we decided to simply wish him or her a happy life. 第三节 书面表达（满分 10 分）
6. __________ 7.__________ 8.___________ 9.___________ 10.____________
高中生活刚刚开始，请你以 My high school life 为题写一篇 110 词左右的短文，从生 活、交友、学习等方面谈谈你对自己高中生活的规划。 My high school life plan
第三节 书面表达（满分 10 分） One possible version:
My high school life plan High school life has just started. Everything seems new to me. As it’s a very important period of time. I will try best to make my high school life colorful and enjoyable. First, I’m going to make some true friends and work together with them. I believe friendship can help me get over any difficulty. Second, I’ll take an active part in sports activities to build up my body and keep fit. In this way I can put more energy into study. Besides, with the help of my teachers I’ll study hard in order to realize my dream of entering a key university. To sum up, I’ll try my best to make my high school life worthwhile.
听力原文： Text 1 M: Christine? W: Yes, Mr. Emory? M: I need the number for John Reese’s office. W: Just one moment, sir. Here you are — 7674512. Text 2 M: Mario used to play the piano, didn’t he? W: No, he didn’t. He used to play the drums.
Text 3 M: While I was walking to school, I saw a cat in a tree. W: A cat? It was actually a new kind of robot. Text 4 W: Why do all the teachers dislike Peter? M: Because he is rude to his classmates and impolite to all the teachers. Text 5 W: Bob, what is the fastest way for me to get to the Military Museum? M: The subway, of course. It’s faster than the bus and less expensive than a taxi. W: How will I know where to get off? M: Don’t worry. There’ll be an English announcement on the train. Text 6 W: Hey, Jack. How was your weekend? M: Not bad. I went downtown to see a film with my roommate. W: How was it? M: Oh, it was wonderful, but my companion wasn’t. W: What do you mean? M: Well, I liked the film, but my roommate talked about this and that, and he thought the Titanic was some boat the Japanese sank during World WarⅡ. W: Oh, not a very bright man. Text 7 There was ice on the road, and a doctor’s car hit a tree and flipped over three times. To his surprise, he was not hurt. He got out of the car and walked to the nearest house. He wanted to call the garage for help. The door was opened by one of his patients. “Oh, doctor,” she said, “I just called you. You must have a very fast car. You got here very quickly indeed. There has been a very bad accident in the roadside. I saw it through the window. I am sure the driver will need your help.” Text 8 W: Good morning, sir. M: Good morning. My name is Orwell. I’ve got a reservation, a single room with a shower. W: Ah, yes, Dr. Orwell. Would you fill in this form, please? M: Yes, of course. W: Oh, excuse me, I have a cold. You’re a doctor. Can you give me something for it? M: Give you something for it? Oh, for your cold, you mean. I am not that kind of doctor. W: Oh, you aren’t? M: No, I am a psychologist. W: Ah, you are a psychologist. Oh, I see. M: Is that everything? W: Yes. Would you like a newspaper in the morning? M: Yes. The Times. W: OK, sir. Your room is 523, and how long are you going to stay? M: Four days. I’ll be checking out Saturday morning. W: And how would you like to pay? M: By credit card. Would you like to see it?
W: Yes, please, and here is your key, sir.
Text 9 W: Jack, I hear you bought a new car. M: I did just buy a car, but it’s not exactly a new one — it was made back in the 1950s. Here, take a look at this photo. W: You are right. This car hasn’t been new for a long time! You couldn’t afford a newer car? M: Believe it or not, the car cost almost as much as a new one. W: Really? How could that be? M: Well, a lot of cars from the 40s, 50s and 60s have become collectors’ items and are worth a lot of money. W: But this one doesn’t seem to be in very good shape. M: The engine is still in good working condition. I plan to fix up the interior and paint the car myself. Then it will be worth even more money. W: So then you’ll resell it? M: No, I don’t plan to resell it, but I might enter it in some classic auto shows. Maybe I’ll win a prize.
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