班级_________ 姓名____________ 学号_____ 一、听力：每小题 1.5 分，共 30 分。 1. 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，每段对话后你有 10 秒的时间来回答有关小题和下一小题，每 段对话仅读一遍。 ( )1. Where
does this conversation take place? A. In a hospital. B. In a friend?s house C. In the man?s house. ( )2. Why is Tony crying? A. He can?t get up. B. He lost his pet bird. C. He lost this favorite toy. ( )3. What do we know about the man? A. He is too busy to go there. B. He plans to go there very soon. C. He want to go somewhere else. ( )4. Who is the man? A. A boss. B. A doctor C. An employee ( )5. How many American soldiers have been killed in wars? A . 320,000. B.400, 000 C. 200.000 2. 听下面两段对话或独白，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， 每段对话前你将有 5 秒中时间阅读每小题， 每小题给出 5 秒中作答时间。 每段对话或独白你将听两遍。 听第 6 段材料回答第 6 至 7 题： ( )6. What is t h e man? A. A guide. B. A houseman. C. A police officer. ( )7. What happened to the woman? A. Her leg was broken. B. Her money was stolen. C. Her briefcase was gone. 听第 7 段材料回答第 8 至 10 题： ( )8. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Workmates. B. Boss and secretary. C. Manager and job hunter. ( )9. Why did the woman failed to get the job according to the man? A. She is a woman. B. She is improperly dressed. C. She is not fit for the position. ( )10. What can we learn form the conversation? A. Carl Drexler is a good manager. B. The man thinks the woman is too proud. C. The woman thinks ability is the most important. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题： ( )11. Where are the two speakers? A. In a concert hall.
B. In an ancient palace. C. In a modern museum. ( )12. What does the man like best in this place? A. the lights B. The paintings. C. The colors. ( )13. What do we know about the two speakers? A. They are having a good time. B. They wish to become rich soon. C. They are uninterested in upper-class life. 听第 9 段材料，回答 14 至 16 小题： ( )14.What are the speakers generally talking about? A. Generation gap in families. B. Respect and love for parents. C. Economic independence from parents. 15. What might the woman?s parents treat her as? A. A child. B. A student. C. A grown-up. 16. What does the man think of his parents? A. They feel no love for him. B. They control him too much. C. They are easy to get along with. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题： 17. Where is the speaker giving the talk? A. On a hill. B. In a forest. C. Beside a lake. 18. What is the main purpose of the talk? A. To describe some plants and animals. B. To persuade the listeners to go on a tour. C. To make the listeners familiar with the area. 19. What can the listeners do at Summit Lake? A. Rest and take photos. B. Go boating or swimming. C. Cook lunch over a campfire. 20. What would be apart of the trip? A. Climbing up rocks. B. Fishing in a stream. C. Walking through a field. 二、单选：(共 15 分) ( )21. The boys were paling football on the ground. Sam didn?t want to _____ them. A, take part in B, join C, join in D, attend ( )22. She doesn?t like the way _____ you speak to her. A, to which B, in which C, how D, in that ( )23. The twins are ____ my classmates, they are also my good friends. A, less than B, more than C, other than D, rather than ( )24. Could you tell me how the accident____ ? I am still in the dark. A, came up B, came over C, came about D, came by
)25. -- What do you think of my article, professor? -- The former part is well written but ____ is just so so. ( )26. The teacher requested that we _____ the task on time. A, finished B, finish C, could finish D, would finish ( )27. A number of workers _____ to the farm to help the farmers and the number of them ____ more than 150. A, has gone, is B, has gone, are C, have gone, is D, have gone, are ( )28. Mary is only 1. 52 meters tall, which will be very much to her _____ if she wants to be a dancer. A, shortcoming B, shock C, disadvantage D, identity ( )29. Fortunately, the doctor was at last able to ____ the patient to stop drinking. A, persuade B, expect C, order D, encourage ( )30. They are the ____ who _____ Wuhan University and now are playing an important part in our factory. ( )31. My younger brother dreams ______ a spaceman. A, of becoming B, to become C, becoming D, of to become ( )32. After the earth quake, the injured were cared _____ in the local hospitals or taken by air to the hospital in the neighboring cities. A, for B, of C, after D, with ( )33. -- You?ve left the light on. -- Oh, so I have. ______ and turn it off. A. I?ll go B. I go C, I?m going D. I?ve gone ( )34. Lily as well as her classmates _____ basketball at the moment. A, are playing B, have played C, are playing D, is playing ( ) 35. “Don?t forget to post the letters tomorrow morning .”, The manager said to her. → The manager told her _______ to post the letters the next day morning. A, to forget B, to forget not C,not to forget D, forgetting 三、完形填空（20 小题，共 30 分） We should show respect to everybody, especially our elders because they are ahead of us--in age, in wisdom, in experience and education. Our 36 have done a lot for us, directly or indirectly and most of us 37 everything to their kindness and love. When we 38 them respect, whether it is by bowing to them, or 39 them with a smile, or offering them any help they need, it is one way of 40 our own love and gratitude (感激) to them. 41 , elders have also been through all the years you are 42 and know a little more about the world than you do. It is 43 that you do not agree with the belief of your elders, but this is nothing new. All younger generations have always 44 with their elders and it is these differences that bring changes in human 45 . However much you disagree with them, give them credit (信任) for their 46 . With changing times and 47 influences, youngsters no longer know 48 express their views and if there are arguments, they should not 49 their voices. If there is no space on sofas of chairs, children will immediately 50 their places, and sit on the carpet. In buses and trains, youngsters are 51 to give up their places to older people. This is not a 52 of who has more rights. It is simply that those who are youngsters have the strength to bear
53 , or stand unpleasantness, so it is natural to show consideration(体贴) to those who are older and perhaps at a 54 disadvantage. When you do simple things as a mark of respect, elders 55 that youngsters care for them, and they respond with affection and kindness. 36. A, youngsters B.elders C, parents D. Juniors 37. A, devote B, owe C, pay D, give 38. A,Show B, explain C, exhibit D, point 39. A, greeting B, receiving C, supplying D, showing 40. A, expressing B, describing C, sending D, suggesting 41. A, however B, Therefore C, Besides D, Though 42. A, experiencing with B, going through C, suffering from D, worrying about. 43. A, maybe B, likely C, perhaps D, probably 44. A, quarreled B, dealt C, lived D, disagreed 45. Community B,organization C, society D, public 46. A, experience B, reality C, emotion D, information 47. A, cultural B, special C, environmental D, position 48. A, quietly B, slightly C, silently D, coldly 49. A, rise B, raise C, support D, coldly 50. A, give away B, get rid of C, give up D, send out 51. A, expected B, forced C, needed D, reminded 52. A, doubt B, question C, wonder D, challenge 53. A. Suffering B, pressure C, trouble D, discomfort 54. A, serious B, light C, heavy D, slight 55. A, realize B, say C, believe D, wonder A The light from the campfire brightened the darkness , but it could not prevent the damp cold of Dennis?s Swamp (沼泽地) creeping into their bones . It was a strange place . Martin and Tom wished that they had not accepted Jack?s dare . They liked camping , but not near this swamp . “ So , ” Martin asked as they sat watching the hot coals . “ How did this place get its name ? ” “ Are you sure you want to hear it ? It?s a scary story , ” warned Jack . “ Of course ! ” cried out Tom . “ If there were anything to be scared of , you wouldn?t have chosen this place ! ” “ OK , but don?t say I didn?t warn you , ” said Jack , he began his tale . “ Way back in time , a man called Dennis tried to start a farm here . He built that cottage over there to live in . In those days , the area looked quite different —it was covered with tall trees and the swamp was a crystal-clear river . After three hard years , Dennis had cleared several fields and planted crops . He was so proud of his success that he refused to listen to advice . ” “ ?You are clearing too much land , ? warned one old man . ? The land is a living thing . It will hit back at you if you abuse it . ? ” “ ?Silly fool ,? said Dennis to himself . ? If I clear more land , I can grow more crops . I?ll become wealthier . He?s just jealous ! ? ” “ Dennis continued to chop down trees . Small animals that relied on them for food and shelter were destroyed . He was so eager to expand his farm that he did not notice the river flowing
slowly towards his door . He did not notice salt seeping to the surface of the land . He did not notice swamp plants choking all the native plants . ” “What happened ? ” Martin asked . It was growing colder . He trembled , twisting his body closer to the fire . “ The land hit back —just as the old man warned , ” Jack shrugged . “ Dennis disappeared . Old folks around here believe that swamp plants moved up from the river and dragged him underwater . His body was never found . ” “ What a stupid story , ” laughed Tom . “ Plants can?t … ” Before he had finished speaking , he screamed and fainted (晕倒) . The other two boys jumped up with fright , staring at Tom . Suddenly , they burst out laughing . Some green swamp ivy (常青藤) had covered Tom?s face . It was a while before Tom could appreciate the joke . 56.The underlined word “ dare ” in Paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to _____ . A. courage B. assistance C. instruction D. challenge 57.Why did Jack tell Tom and Martin the story ? A. To frighten them . B. To satisfy their curiosity . C. To warn them of the danger of the place . D. To persuade them to camp in the swamp . 58.Why did Dennis ignore the warning of the old man ? A. The old man envied him . B. The old man was foolish . C. He was too busy to listen to others . D. He was greedy for more crops . 59.Why did Tom scream and faint ? A. He saw Dennis?s shadow . B. He was scared by a plant . C. His friends played a joke on him . D. The weather became extremely cold . 60.What lesson can we learn from the story of Dennis ? A. Grasp all , lose all . B. No sweat , no sweet . C. It is no use crying over split milk . D. He who makes no mistakes makes nothing . B Do you love holidays but hate the increase weight that follows? You are not alone. Holidays are happy days with pleasure and delicious foods. Many people, however, are worried about the weight that comes along with these delicious foods. With proper planning, though, it is possible to control your weight. The idea is to enjoy the holidays but not to eat too much. You don't have to turn away from the foods that you enjoy. The following suggestions may be of some help to you. Do not miss meals. Before yon leave home for a feast(宴会),have a small, low-fat snack(小 吃). This may help to keep you from getting too excited before delicious foods. Begin with clear soup and fruit or vegetables. A large glass of water before you eat may help you feel full. Use a small plate; a large plate will encourage you to have more than enough. Better not have high-fat foods. Dishes that look oily or creamy have much fat in them. Choose lean meat(瘦肉 ).Fill your plate with salad and green vegetables. If you have a sweet tooth, try mints (薄荷) and fruits. They don?t have fat content as cream and chocolate. Don?t let exercise take a break during the holidays. A 20-minute walk after a meal can help burn off excess(过多的) calories.
61. Holidays are happy days with pleasure but they may ______ A. bring weight problems B. bring you much trouble in your life C. make you worried about your foods D. make you hate delicious foods 62. In order to really enjoy your holidays without putting on weight, you'd better__ A. drink much water and have vegetables only B. not eat the food in high fat C. not accept invitations to feasts D. turn away from delicious foods 63. According to the passage, ___ is a necessary part to stop you from putting on weight. A. Vegetables B. Water C. calories of energy D. physical exercise 64. Many people can't help putting on weight after the holidays because they _______ . A. can't control themselves B. go to too many feasts C. enjoy delicious foods D. can't help turning away from the foods 65. Excess calories can be found in your body in the form of___ . A. Energy B. Fat C. Food D. something invisible (看不见) C Living and dealing with kids can be a tough job these days, but living and dealing with parents can be even tougher. If I have learned anything in my 16 years, it is that communication is very important, both when you disagree and when you get along. With any relationship, you need to let other person know how you are feeling. If you are not able to communicate, you drift apart. When you are mad at your parents, or anyone else, not talking to them doesn?t solve anything. Communication begins with the concerns (关心) of another. It means that you can?t just come home from school, go up to your room and ignore (不理睬) everyone. Even if you just say “Hi”, and see how their day was for five minutes, it is better than nothing. If you looked up the word “communication” in a dictionary, it would say “the exchange of ideas, the conveyance （表达） of information, correspondence （通信） , means of communication: a letter or a message”. To maintain (保持) a good relationship, you must keep communication strong. Let people know how you feel, even if it?s just by writing a note. When dealing with parents, you always have to make them feel good about how they are doing as a parent. If you are trying to make them see something as you see it, tell them that you?ll listen to what they have to say, but ask them politely to listen to you. Yelling or walking away only makes the situation worse. This is an example: one night, Sophie went to a street party with her friends. She knew she had to be home by midnight after the fireworks, but she didn?t feel she could just ask to go home. That would be rude. After all, they had been nice enough to take her along with them. Needless to say, she was late getting home. Her parents were mad at first, not when Sophie explained why she was late, they weren?t as mad and let the incident go. Communication is the key factor here. If Sophie?s parents had not been willing to listen, Sophie would have been in a lot of trouble. Communication isn?t a one-way deal: it goes both ways. Just remember: if you get into a situation like Sophie?s, telling the other person how you feel-listening is the key factor to communication. 66. In the writer?s view, dealing with parents is __________ than with children. A. more difficult B. easier
C. more uninteresting D. more interesting 67. The main idea of the second paragraph is __________. A. the importance of friendship B. to make your feeling known to others C. the importance of communication D. the disagreement between generations 68. When parents and children are in communication, the key to a happy relationship is that __________. A. children should always obey their parents B. they should be equal C. parents play the leading part D. both make the opposite know their feelings 69. The example in this passage proves that ___________. A. Sophie?s parents are willing to listen to her B. Sophie is very polite to her parents C. Sophie did well in explaining her being late D. communication is the solution(解决办法) to misunderstanding 70. All the following statements are correct except “_______”. A. If you don?t agree with others, you?d better let them know B. It is better to say “Hi” to others than say nothing C. If you are not able to communicate, walk away D. Communication is a two-way deal D This is most clearly seen in the example of South Korea. The country has the world?s highest percentage of high-speed Internet services. It also has a high number of online game players and related problems. In 2002, a young man collapsed(突然晕倒) and died while playing online games. He had been playing almost nonstop for 86 hours at an Internet café . Another young man killed his sister after becoming confused between the online world and real life. A 12-year-old boy stole US $ 16,000 from his father and ran away from home. He did this to continue his obsession(着迷) with an online game. Such problems, however, don?t just happen in South Korea. They are spreading to other parts of Asia, as well. What kinds of people develop online game addiction? What does the problem look like? Dr. SueHuei Chen, a clinical psychologist, researches Internet addiction. She discovered some signs of at-risk individuals such as lack friendships and good social skills. Those problem individuals feel it so compulsive to play online games that they could sacrifice things such as school or family. They feel the need to spend more and more time online. And they become upset if anyone tries to limit their online game playing. How many problem game players are there? In mainland China, the potential number of problem online gamers is alarming. In 2004, the China daily reported that China had 13.8 million online game players. Furthermore, it stated that 80 percent of these were under 25 and had signs of addiction. Such numbers point toward a growing problem among Chinese youth. Make sure to keep control over your online game playing. If you don?t control it, it can get control of you. 71．What is mainly discussed in the passage? A． The disadvantages of the Internet. B． The online game problems in Asia. C．The popularity of online games worldwide. D．The cause of online game addiction. 72 ． The underlined word “diversion” in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to
__________. A．Career B．Comfort C．Escape D．Support 73．According to Paragraph 2, which of the following statements is NOT true? A．The young killer?s sister was killed in a fictional world B．Online game playing is responsible for the young man?s death. C．People in South Korea have access to the Internet most easily. D．The teenage boy stole money due to his playing games online. 74．What can we learn from the passage? A．Most people in Asia have developed an addiction to online games. B．Online game addictions cause many life-and-death arguments in South Korea. C．Lonely and unsociable people seem to more easily develop Internet addictions. D．In the year 2004 there were a total of 13.8 million Chinese visiting the Internet. 75 What are the signs of at-risk individuals? A. feeling it so compulsive to play online games B. becoming upset if anyone tries to limit their online game playing. C. feeling the need to spend more and more time online D. All the above
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非选择题（共两小节，满分 35 分） 第一节：阅读表达 （5 个小题，共 10 分） 阅读下面短文并回答问题，然后将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上（请注意问题后的词数要 求） 。 If you are a parent, especially the parent of a teenager, each day brings new joys and new frustrations(挫折). For may parents, a constant problem in the family home is dealing with a
common teenager condition: complaining. You?re probably so used to the steady of complaining that you may tend to ignore some of it. But don?t ignore everything. A study shows that teenagers with frequent physical complaints ( that cannot be explained by known physical conditions ) may be at risk for despair. The study calculated 1, 015 teenagers ( 13~16 years old ) and found that teens reporting physical discomfort ( i.e. , headaches or stomach pain ) with unknown causes faced the possibility of fear attacks and major despair four years later. If you don?t think these results are caused for concern, listen to this sad statistic: The suicide (自杀) rate for teenagers has increased by more than 200% over the last decade! We should all listen more in general. Parenting is more than just telling your children _______ . It?s also about listening to what they have to say and what they?re feeling. As this study suggests, seemingly harmless physical complaints might be a sigh of despair. And that probably is not all there that we have unnoticed in a teenager;s life. As parents in a fast-paced business world, we care so little of our kid?s feelings though we constantly throw a few words of comforting to them, we hardly put our heart into it. Before this starts brewing(酝酿) future trouble, give some more concern to our child. (1). What?s the best title of this passage? (please answer within 10 words. 10 个单词以内)
(2). Which sentence in the passage can be replaced (替代)by the following one? Outward harmless physical complaints are possibly a symbol of despair, which is suggested by this study.
(3). Please fill in the blank in the third paragraph with proper words or phrases to complete the sentence.( please answer within 5 words).
(4). Why should parents pay attention to their teenagers? constant physical complaints?( please answer within 20 words. ) ( 5). Translate the underlined sentence into Chinese.
书面表达： （25 分） 上周同学们都观看了电影《唐山大地震》 ，影片向我们展示了地震给人类带来的巨大灾难， 同时还讲述了两个家庭发生的曲折故事。 这部影片上映之后得到了热烈反响， 有人为片中的 亲情所感动，为巨大的灾难而震惊，为家人之间的误会而感到心酸…… 现在请你写一篇字数在 80 到 100 之间的观后感 （影评） ， 对影片故事情节作一个简要的概述， 并且结合剧情谈一谈你自己观看了影片之后的感受。题目自拟，用三段式，保持字迹整洁， 语句通顺。 提示词：观后感 impressions of after reading; 影评 film review; 唐山大地震 Tangshan Earthquake; 误会 misunderstanding; 灾难 disaster; 感情 emotion/affection _____________________________________________________
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