参考答案 听力（20×1.5=30） ：1—5 ABACB 6—10 CABBC 11—15 ACCAC 16—20 BAACC 单选（15×1=15） ：21—25 BCADC 26—30 BACBD 31—35 ADBCA 完形填空（20×1.5=30） ：36—40 CBACD 41—45 ABDCA
46—50 DBABC 51—55 DBACD 阅读理解（15×2=30） ：56—59 BACD 60—63 CDAB 64—66 CBA 67—70 CBAD 七选五阅读填空（5×2=10） 71—75 ECBGD ： 改错（10×1=10） ： Li Yue and Zhang Hua went to ∧ nursing home and did some voluntary work on May Day. a At their arrival, they were warm welcomed. And they presented the elderly people with flowers On/Upon warmly and fruits. Then, they started working at once, cleaning the windows and swept the floor. sweeping Everything done, they sit in the yard chatting with the elderly. When it was time for sat the volunteer to leave, the elderly thanked them for their kindness. Li Yue and Zhang Hua were very volunteers happy because of what they did bring joy to others. It also enriched our own experience. brought their They made a promise which they would come again to see the elderly whenever they were free. that 书面表达(满分 25 分)： One possible version： Dear Paul, You mentioned you are interested in Chinese table manners, so I’m writing to give you a brief introduction. When a dinner begins, the host will invite the guests to get seated first. Then one major feature you should remember in China is that we use chopsticks instead of knife and fork, and everyone should try to avoid making unpleasant noise while eating. Whenever a dish is served, the guests are supposed to try it first. Of course, as guests, we should express our thanks to the host after enjoying the dinner. Such are the basic tips about Chinese table manners. All in all, “When in China, do as the Chinese do” is your best choice. (115 words) Yours truly, Li Hua
1、本题总分为 25 分，按 5 个档次给分。 2、评分时，先根据文章的内容和语言初步确定其所属档次，然后以该档次的要求来衡量，确定或调整档 次，最后给分。
3、词数少于 90 和多于 120 的，从总分中减去 2 分。 4、评分时，应注意的主要内容为：内容要点、应用词汇和语法结构的数量和准确性及上下文的连贯性， 根据表达内容的层次适当分段及语言的得体性。 5、拼写与标点符号是语言准确性的一个方面。评分时，应视其对交际的影响程度予以考虑。英、美拼写 及词汇用法均可接受。 6、如书写较差，以至影响交际，将分数降低一个档次。
0 分：信息未能传达给读者。 第一档： （1—5 分） ：未完成试题规定的任务。 第二档： （6—10 分） ：能表达观点，但不够充分，很少句子可读，未恰当完成试题规定的任务。 第三档： （11—15 分） ：能表达观点，但欠充分，语言错误较多，基本完成了试题规定的任务。 第四档： （16—20 分） ：观点观确，陈述合理，有部分语言错误，较好地完成了试题规定的任务。 第五档： （21—25 分） ：观点观确，陈述合理，极少语言错误，很好地完成了试题规定的任务。 附：听力材料 Text 1 M: I read in the newspaper that the novel you are reading is excellent. W: I’ve also read some negative reviews. Text 2 W: I thought the librarian said we could check out as many books as we need with our library cards. M: That’s right, but not those reference books. Text 3 W: Do you know if our food is ready? We’re going to be late for the theatre if it doesn’t come soon. M: I’m sorry, ma’am. The kitchen is backed up. It ought to be ready soon. Text 4 M: The thing to keep in mind is to be clear and brief when you write your report. W: Oh, before I forget, when is it due, Professor Lawrence? M: It’s due a week from today. Text 5 W: Billy, can I please have your science homework? M: Um, I’m really sorry but a friend came over last night, so I only had time to finish half of it. Plus, I left it all at home. W: Billy, you’d better have it done by tomorrow. Text 6 W: Isaac, something’s wrong with the shower. It won’t turn off completely. M: Yeah? Maybe the shower head needs replacing. W: Oh, it’s probably just a washer or something that needs to be replaced. Can you take a look at it? M: Me? I’m not a repairman. I don’t even know what’s wrong with it. W: I know. But you’re always so good when the TV needs to be fixed. You know, when the screen needs adjusting. M: Yeah, well, that’s an emergency! Text 7 M: Remember how I applied for those jobs overseas last month? W: Yeah. Did you get a reply? M: Last Friday, one of the companies e-mailed me. They’ve offered me a job in Paris! I’ll go to Paris tomorrow. W: Wow! Congratulations! What about your current job? Have you told them you’re leaving?
M: No, not yet. W: They might get upset. It’ll be hard to find someone to fill in your position at such short notice. M: Well, it’s none of my business. I’m telling the manager at work that my bags are packed and I’m leaving today. W: Well, I hope you have a good time in Paris. M: You bet I will! Text 8 M: Oh, you got me all wrong! Maybe you’ll just have to try a little harder … W: But I really am! And I’ve tried everything: pills, all kinds of diets, best-selling books — you name it! I feel like I’m doing everything right but I still keep getting bad news! M: Well, you must be doing something wrong. To be honest, I’d say what you really need is an overall change of lifestyle. W: Yeah, you’re probably right but I’ve been so caught up in the work deadlines and keeping the house going that whenever I’m upset or tense I head straight for the fridge. M: Well, habits like that are hard to break. What I’m saying is that instead of always thinking about your weight, you could try to improve your health and increase your energy levels. Text 9 M: How was the party last night, Rebecca? I’m so disappointed I couldn’t make it. W: Most of it was good, but … M: How come? W: Well, one of my old school friends was there, Julie, and she remembered that I used to be really good at doing magic tricks. Well, I haven’t got around to doing it for a long time. I’m really out of practice. M: What happened at the party? W: Well, Julie announced really loudly that I could do magic tricks, and they made me perform. I hate being the centre of attention. They all stared at me. I was so bad at it, and it took me about five minutes to remember how to do it again. M: How come you don’t practise magic tricks more? W: It’s not a skill that you can put to use very often. But I think I should practise from time to time to avoid a scene like that again. I look so stupid! Text 10 W: Good morning, this is your captain speaking. Please fasten your seat belts for your journey back in time. We will travel at 100 years per second to 4,000 years ago: 2,000 BC. Please watch your television screens. Now back to 1961 — the first person in space. Now we are in 1903. You can see the first plane flight and about twenty years before — in 1880 — Look! The first electric light bulb. The year 1500 is on your screens now. You can see the first round-the-world sailing ships. One hundred years earlier, in 1450, we have the first printing press and the first books. And now, 2,000 years more — we can see some of the races of the first Olympic Games in Greece in 500 BC. And back another 1,000 years, I can hear the sound of the first metal, this is 2,000 BC. Here we are at our time stop for today — 4,000 years ago. You can unfasten your seat belts. Let’s step out of the timeship 4,000 years ago — and meet the people in their houses and at work.
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