I. 选择题（本大题共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分，共 30 分） 从每小题所给的四个选项中，选出一个可以填入题中空白处的最佳选项。未选、错选或多选均不给分。 1. ―Hello, Mike! Nice to meet you. ―Hi, Ann! . A. Fine, thank you B. That’s OK C.
You are welcome D. Nice to meet you , too 2. Look! There ________ an egg, a bottle of milk and several pieces of bread on the table. A. are B. is C. was D. were 3. The teacher asked me to read English _______ every morning. A. silent B. slow C. aloud D. low 4. My mother _______ to America twice since she became a professor. A. has been B. has gone C. went D. goes 5. The stamps _______ me a lot of money, but I think it was well worth it. A. paid B. spent C. cost D. took 6. We invited all the friends to a party _________ Christmas Eve last year. A. at B. during C. on D. in 7. We waited ________ he arrived. A. since B. where C. until D. because 8. ―_______ should I take physical exercise? ― At least three times a week. A. How often B. How many C. How long D. How old 9. I still remember ________ he said to me two years ago. A. which B. what C. whom D. that 10. John doesn’t like any vegetable, _________ does his brother. A. so B. or C. and D. neither 11. More and more people are now used to ________ on the Internet. A. communicating B. communicate C. being communicated D. having communicated 12. My friends asked me to stay there for _________ three days. A. other B. others C. the other D. another 13. Yesterday she gave me a book _______ cover was missing. A. that B. which C. what D. whose 14. ______ campus is much larger than _________. A. Our, you B. Our, yours C. Ours, yours D. Ours , you 15. The cake tastes _________. You’d better not eat it. A. good B. bad C. nice D. well 16. ― Do you know why Mary is late? ― She _______ ill. A. must be B. mustn’t be C. can be D. need be
17. She did not catch the train ________ there was heavy traffic on the way A. what B. because C. while D. that 18. ________ everything means to know nothing. A. To know B. Knowing C. One knows D. You know 19. To tell the ________, I can’t remember his name. A. fact B. reality C. truth D. reason 20. ― Do you mind my opening the window? ― _______. A. No, thanks B. No. Good idea C. Yes, please D. Yes. Better not II. 单句指错（本大题共 10 小题，每小题 1.5 分，共 15 分） 下列每个句子标有 A、B、C、D 的词语或用法中， 各有一个错误，请选出并将答题卡上对应字母的标号涂黑。未选、错选或多选均不得分。 21. He is one of the boys who is good at not only English but also maths. A B C D 22. That attracted me most is not his money but his smile. A B C D 23. He told me that he met an old friend of him on the street. A B C D 24. Not until he arrived at the railway station he realized that he forgot to take the ticket. A B C D 25. I suggested that he came to my office the next day when he had time. A B C D 26. He felt sad because no matter how hardly he tried, he always failed. A B C D 27. I want to know where are you from. A B C D 28. I used to getting up early to catch the school bus. A B C D 29. It is so a good movie that I want to see it again. A B C D 30. A school build to provide education for the workers’ children. A B C D III. 完形填空（本大题共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分，共 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意， 然后从 31～50 各小题所给的四个选项中， 选出最佳选项，使短文的意思通顺、前后连贯。未选、错选或多选均不得分。 This is a classroom of a school named Yu Ying in Washington DC. About 25 children sit 31____ the floor and listen _32 the teacher Jue Wang. Wang 33 her students a white board with a poem 34 in Chinese. She reads first and 35 the students read after 36 . A sign above the door says “ If you have to speak English, whisper!” The school, set up by Shaffner and a group of parents, 37 three years 38 . It takes students from kindergarten(幼儿园) through third-grade students. Students in Yu Ying are about half African American and one-quarter white. Others are Asian―many from 39 that 40 English as a first language.
Shaffner’s daughter, a first-grader, is a student in Yu Ying. Shaffner says she helped found the school because she believed that Chinese 41 a world language. We thought this was really the language of 42 , she said. Joshua Sloan, 43 sent his son to Yu Ying, does business with some 44 companies and travels regularly to China. While he does a great job, he feels it would be much better if he 45 Chinese. China’s 46 importance to the US is leading to a 47 in Chinese education across all levels in the country. Hundreds of high schools across the country have added Chinese 48 a course. From 1998 to 2009, the 49 of college students studying Chinese more than 50 . 31. A. on 32. A. at 33. A. showed 34. A. write 35. A. then 36. A. her 37. A. knew 38. A. earlier 39. A. schools 40. A. say 41. A. would become 42. A. the world 43. A. whose 44. A. American 45. A. spoke 46. A. getting 47. A. victory 48. A. of 49. A. interest 50. A. changed B. above B. to B. writes B. writes B. next B. him B. opened B. ago B. groups B. tell B. will become B. the future B. that B. Russian B. speaks B. coming B. failure B. as B. time B. moved C. in C. before C. shows C. writing C. now C. them C. had C. before C. streets C. speak C. became C. Asia C. whom C. Chinese C. spoken C. finding C. rise C. by C. number C. spent D. with D. after D. show D. written D. second D. themselves D. passed D. now D. families D. talk D. becomes D. China D. who D. African D. speak D. growing D. question D. with D. money D. doubled
IV.阅读理解（本大题共 25 小题， 每小题 2 分，共 50 分） 阅读下列短文，每篇文章后面有五个小题，请从每小题所给的四个选项中，选出最佳答案。 未选、错选或多选均不得分。 Passage One Barbara’s daughters were three and five years old when their pet dog died. The dog Sammy lived to be twelve years old. The girls had never known life without Sammy. He had been in the childless family before they were born. He welcomed them with dog kisses. They played with him every day. So when Sammy died, the children missed him every day. They kept asking questions about why he left and why he was no longer with them. Barbara looked for a book that would help her daughters deal with their deep sadness, but unable to find one. Yes, there were books about dealing with the death of a pet. But she could not find one that dealt with death honestly at a child’s level. She started writing a book herself. For six years Barbara worked on her book. She read her words to people. They cried and they loved the book. But publishing companies did not want to publish her book. They felt it was too sad, too real, and people would not buy it. At least one company accepted the book. Sammy in the Sky is reprinted for the third time. Tens of thousands of copies have been sold. People read the book to their children when their dogs die. People buy it in memory of their dogs. It helps children ― and even adults ― deal with the loss of a pet or even a person whom they love. 51. How old was Sammy when he died?
A. Three. B. Five. C. Eight. D. Twelve. 52. When Sammy died, Barbara looked for a book to help her children __________. A. remember the dog B. forget the dog C. deal with the sadness D. find another dog 53. Barbara began to write her own book because ___________. A. no book could explain death to children simply and honestly B. she liked writing, rewriting and reading to others C. there wasn’t any book about the death of a pet D. books about pets were too expensive for her 54. Which of the following is TRUE about the book Sammy in the Sky? A. It is too sad, too real, and people don’t buy it. B. It is a great success and many copies have been sold. C. Many publishing companies are eager to publish it. D. It has been refused by all publishing companies. 55. People read this book _________. A. only to children when they lose a pet B. when they want to show their love for their children C. to help children love dogs and other pets D. to help them deal with the loss of the one they love Passage Two Rodger, a professor, is using the power of storytelling to attract young students into programming(编程). An animation(动画) program called “Alice” allows students to create their own worlds without realizing they’re actually programming and learning knowledge in computer science. At Alice summer school for high school students, boys and girls were creating little stories with Alice. They liked Alice so much and were always asking for more time to work on their own worlds. After five or six hours of Alice each day, people still had difficulty getting them to stop. Alice changes ideas about what computer science is as students solve problems by creating a world and inventing situations themselves. It’s a very easy way to learn programming. Early computer games also attract a number of students to computer science, but those are usually boys. There are a lot of shooting games which most girls don’t like. While boys want to use scientific objects, cars and lots of fire, girls want to use animals and people to tell a story. Alice can handle both interests. Alice’s interactive(互动式) computer games attract boys and the storytelling attracts girls. This explains why Alice summer schools were 50 percent male and 50 percent female. 56. In this passage, Alice is a __________. A. female professor B. girl in the wonderland C. computer degree D. teaching program 57. Children like Alice so much because __________. A. they know it is an easy way of learning B. they want to learn programming and computer science C. there is so much fun that they have no idea they are learning D. five or six hours will pass and they don’t have to go to school 58. Which of the following computer games might attract girls? A. shooting games. B. Fighting games. C. Car-racing games. D. Storytelling games.
59. Early computer games can’t attract many girls because_________. A. they are designed for boys only B. they tell too many scientific stories C. they are not the kind of games girls like D. they use animals and people 60. What do we know about Alice in the passage? A. Both boys and girls are interested in it. B. More girls and boys are interested in it. C. More boys than girls are interested in it. D. Neither boys nor girls are interested in it. Passage Three This is a story about one kind of sea mammal(哺乳动物), big business, fishing boats, sandwiches and kids. Fishermen catch big tuna(金枪鱼) for the canning companies. They used to set out their nets when they saw dolphins(海豚), which often swim with tuna. When tuna swam into the nets, dolphins were also caught. They could not escape to the surface to breathe air. Before fishermen could pull in the nets, the dolphins had drowned. People interested in dolphins protested at this practice. They asked everyone to persuade the big tuna-canning companies to stop the killing. Many kids sent letters to the companies that buy tuna from fishermen. Their message was clear —protect dolphins, or the cans of tuna will stay on supermarket shelves! The result? Tuna companies saw that their profits would become less if kids and their families stopped buying tuna. They worked out ways that, with extra time and effort, let fishermen catch tuna but not dolphins. Now it costs a little more for a tuna sandwich. But most kids agree it’s worth it to share the world with dolphins! 61. The kind of sea mammal in Paragraph 1 refers to a __________. A. fish B. dolphin C. whale D. tuna 62. The fishermen used to catch_________. A. tuna B. dolphins C. whales and tuna D. dolphins and tuna 63. That people “protested at this practice”(in Para.4) means they_____________. A. spoke out against this practice B. took care of this practice C. supported this practice D. protected this practice 64. Which of the following is TRUE? A. The canning companies sold dolphins. B. Dolphins can breathe in water. C. The fishermen wanted to catch tuna only. D. A tuna sandwich costs less than before. 65. Tuna canning companies did not want their profits to ________________. A. go up B. go down C. stay at the same level D. increase at a great speed Passage Four Colleges in Washington are trying to help protect the environment on campus. Campus restaurants are serving locally grown foods, green fruits and vegetables. Pacific Lutheran University’s new classroom building received a gold medal from the government earlier this year. Its building materials include bamboo flooring (竹木地板), recycled (使用回收材料制成的) carpet and so on. Universities are paying more for renewable energy produced by dams(水坝) and wind farms. Western Washington University and The Evergreen State College were among the first in the state to go 100 percent green. Many universities recycle paper, glass and plastic. They’re also encouraging students to donate(捐赠) unwanted items instead of throwing them away. The UW collected more than 20,000 pound of clothes, books, cell phones and other
reusable material from students when they moved out of the dorms at the end of the school year. The items were given to community organizations. 66. In order to help protect the environment, campus restaurants serve _________. A. cheap foods B. green foods C. imported foods D. recycled foods 67. Pacific Lutheran University’ new classroom building received a gold medal this year because its building materials are _________. A. of the best kind B. the most expensive C. local and cheap D. environmentally friendly 68. What do dams and wind farms produce? A. Recycled paper. B. Locally grown food. C. Renewable energy. D. Clean water. 69. Western Washington University and The Evergreen State College were among the first to ___________. A. become green campuses B. use renewable power C. collect recyclable items D. spend money on natural materials 70. The items collected by the UW at the end of the school year were ___________. A. given to community organizations B. kept on the campus for future use C. moved out of the dorms D. donated by rich people Passage Five Learning vocabulary is a very important part of learning a language. The more words you know, the more you will be able to understand what you hear and read; and the better you will be able to say what you want to when speaking or writing. There are many ways for learning vocabulary. For example, writing the words with their translations in a notebook or on small cards, saying the words many times after you have checked the pronunciations of the words on dictionary, putting the words into different groups, making associations(联想) in pictures or with other words, using the words in your own speaking of writing as many times as possible. In all of the above ways, you are doing something with the words. It’s usually not enough to just read through a list of words with their translations and try to remember them. Most students find that they memorize words better if they do something with them. Even better is to try and learn the word used with other words. Learning that “to apologize” means “to say sorry” is a good start, but it’s much better to learn a whole expression with the word. For example, he apologized for being late. Not only is this often easier to remember, but you are also learning some very important information on how the word is used. 71. What is the main idea of Paragraph 1? A. Vocabulary is a very important part in using a language. B. Vocabulary study is the most important part of learning a language. C. You read better if you have a larger vocabulary. D. Speaking is the most difficult part of language learning. 72. How many ways of vocabulary learning are mentioned in Paragraph 2? A. Three. B. Four. C. Five. D. Six. 73. The word “memorize” in Paragraph 3 means “_________”. A. read B. remember C. check D. speak 74. If you want to learn the new word “apologize”, you had better _________. A. start with its translation B. write and read it many times C. learn the phrase “ to say sorry” first D. learn a sentence which uses this word
75. Which one is the best title for this passage? A. The Importance of Language Learning. B. Good Ways for Vocabulary Learning. C. How to Learn the Word “Apologize”. D. The Best Way for Language Learning. v. 书面表达（25 分） 请根据以下提示，按通知的格式和要求写一则通知。发通知的单位是外语学院， 发通知的时间为 2013 年 5 月 23 日。 通知必须包括以下所列内容， 可以适当调整内容的顺序和增加细节， 使其连贯、完整。 字数 80 词左右。 要点：为了提高同学们的英语口语水平， 外语学院将举办一个讲座。欢迎感兴趣的同学们参加。 讲座主题：如何提高英语口语 主讲人：史密斯教授 讲座时间：2013 年 5 月 30 日（周四）下午 2：30 讲座地点：外语学院报告厅 参考词汇：英语口语：oral English; 报告厅：lecture hall; 外语学院：Foreign Language School Notice
I. 选择题（本大题共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分，共 30 分） 1. D 2.B 3.C 4.A 6. C 7.C 8.A 9.B 11. A 12.D 13.D 14.B 16. A 17.B 18.A 19.C II. 单句指错（本大题共 10 小题，每小题 1.5 分，共 15 分） 21. B 22.A 23.C 24.C 26. C 27.D 28.B 29.A III. 完形填空（本大题共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分，共 30 分）
5.C 10.D 15.B 20.D
31. A 36. A 41. A 46.D
32.B 37.B 42.B 47.C
33.C 38.B 43.D 48.B
34.D 39.D 44.C 49.C
35.A 40.C 45.A 50.D
IV.阅读理解（本大题共 25 小题， 每小题 2 分，共 50 分） Passage One 51. D 52.C 53.A 54.B Passage Two 56. D 57.C 58.D 59.C Passage Three 61. B 62.D 63.A 64.C Passage Four 66. B 67.D 68.C 69.A Passage Five 71. A 72.C 73.B 74.D v. 书面表达（25 分）
55.D 60.A 65.B 70.A 75.B
Notice In order to improve the students’ oral English lecture will be given at the lecture hall in Foreign Language School at 2:30 on Thursday afternoon, May 30, 2013. Professor Smith will be invited to give the lecture How to Improve Our Oral English. After that, he will be ready to answer questions on English learning. Those who are interested in oral English are welcome to the lecture. Foreign Language School May 23, 2013
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