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第Ⅰ卷 (共 85 分) 第一部分:听力(-略) 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节:单项填空 (共 15 小题; 每小题 1 分, 满分 15 分) 21. When I stayed in the countryside, I

enjoyed ____ leisurely walk in the fields, and felt ____ warmth of the sun on my face. A. / ; the B. a ; a C. / ; a D. a ; the

22. To improve the quality of our products, we ask ____ has used them for suggestions. A. anyone B. who C. no matter who D. whoever

23. I arrived late and missed the flight. I ____ the traffic to be so heavy. A. hadn’t expected C. wouldn’t expect B. haven’t expected D. was expected

24. _______ the Town Hall, we saw a stone statue of about 10 meters in height. A. Approached C. To approach B. Approaching D. To be approached

25. My mother is not in very good shape, and has ____ tennis to get fit. A. filled up B. built up C. taken up D. set up

26. This new model of car is so expensive that it is beyond the reach of those with ____ income. A. frequent B. traditional C. extra D. average

27. Teacher have to constantly update their knowledge in order to maintain their professional A. consequence C. intelligence . B. independence D. competence

28. It was from only a few supplies that she had brought in the village ____ the hostess cooked such a nice dinner. A. where B. when C. that D. which

29. So far we have done a lot to build a low—carbon economy, but it is ____ideal. We have to work still harder. A. far from B. next to C. out of D. due to

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30. What we want is an environmentally friendly car, especially ____ is good on gas. A. one 31. What is the B. one which C. which D. one that

of having a public open space where you can’t eat , drink

or even simply hang out for a while? A. sense C. case B. matter D. opinion

32. ––– I promise my daughter ____ get a nice present on her birthday. ––– I think it will be a big surprise to her. A. must B. shall C. might D. need

33. Where were you at supper time? A. waited C. have been waiting

I ____ for you to join me. B. had waited D. was waiting

34. ––– I felt left out at the party last night. ––– Really? ____, you should have said something. B. If so C. If necessary D. If any

A. If possible 35. The experiment has

the possibility of the existence of any life on the

planet, but it dose not mean there is no life on other planets. A. found out B. ruled out C. pointed out D. carried out 第二节: 完形填空 (共 20 小题; 每小题 1.5 分, 满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)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。 About 20 years ago, I was lucky to teach a disabled young woman. Not only was she good at math and science, but she was also very_ 36 _ in art. She could draw and paint beautifully. When Audrey graduated from university, she got two_ 37 _ , one in fine arts and one in chemistry. Not too many people do well in two such _38 _ areas of study. Just before her high school graduation, Audrey _ 39_ me a wonderful gift. It was a watercolour painting of a mother and her baby. A tear _ _40 from the mother's eye as she looked _ 41 at her child. Under the painting, Audrey had __42 these words: “The deep love from Mother, __43 me, touches another.” What a beautiful gift! I had the piece of art framed and _ 44 in my office. Years passed with many __45 from one office to another and I _ 46 the painting. Last year, after about eight years of not knowing where it was, I _ 47_ a phone call from a former colleague who said she had 48 of mine. It was the picture Audrey had painted for me 18 years earlier. When cleaning out a storage room, she had _49 _ my gift. I was struck that the _ 50_ gift came back. I knew Audrey very well. When she
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was four years old, Audrey had a serious __51_. What's worse, her father left the house. It was her mother who brought her up with much trouble. She _ 52 _ it but was disabled. To _ 53_, it is just a painting, but to me it shows how a mother's love has helped _ 54 _a talent and how its _ 55 _ pushes me ahead. 36. A. talented B. interested C. absorbed D. moved 37. A. choices B. degrees C. chances D. jobs 38. A. similar B. difficult C. different D. scientific 39. A. presented B. promised C. afforded D. gave 40. A. fell B. flooded C. escaped D. ran 41. A. quietly B. lovingly C. warmly D. gently 42. A. described B. marked C. written D. signed 43. A. past B. on C. with D. through 44. A. hung B. decorated C. painted D. added 45. A. shifts B. moves C. passages D. turns 46. A. left B. forgot C. lost D. ignored 47. A. accepted B. made C. dialed D. received 48. A. something B. books C. gifts D. letters 49. A. searched B. discovered C. observed D. touched 50. A. ancient B. colorful C. precious D. abstract 51. A. symptom B. fault C. heart D. disease 52. A. survived B. recovered C. struggled D. managed 53. A. someone else B. anyone else C. everyone else D. nobody else 54. A. encourage B. become C. develop D. practise 55. A. energy B. force C. strength D. power 第三部分: 阅读理解 (共两节,满分 40 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。
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A Imagine yourself on a boat looking out at the horizon and all you can see is the water meeting the sky with no land in sight and you are sailing straight ahead to meet the world. Jesse Martin does not have to imagine: he is living in it. On Dec. 7, 1998, at 17 years old, Jesse set sail from Melbourne, Australia on his boat, attempting to become the youngest person to sail alone and nonstop around the world. He sailed south of New Zealand, through the South Pacific, around South America, north on the Atlantic, back south past Africa, through the Indian Ocean and back to Melbourne. Even as a young child, Jesse had been an adventurer who traveled all over Europe and Asia with his parents. Born in Munich, Germany in 1981, he moved to Australia with his family when he was only two years old. They moved close to a rainforest in Cow Bay, about 3500kms north of Melbourne, where they built a small house with no electricity or running water. Jesse grew up at the beach enjoying the outdoors to its fullest. At 14, he sailed for the first time with his father and brother, Beau. It was after this trip that he began to dream about sailing around the world. Jesse’s family played an important role. “I was made to believe I could do anything.” he says. Although, he says, there were others that were not so encouraging or supportive, “People that I looked up to, respected and trusted told me I couldn’t. Thankfully, I trusted myself. There were people that said that the boat couldn’t be ready by the time I had to leave.” However, through perseverance and belief in himself he was able to do what many told him was impossible. On Oct.31, 1999, more than 10 months after he set sail, Jesse Martin went down in history as the youngest person to sail around the world alone, nonstop and unassisted. 56. What’s the author’s purpose in encouraging the reader to imagine a sailing experience? A. To show how difficult it is to be a sailor. B. To show how wonderful Jesse’s sailing is. C. To describe what Jesse’s sailing is like. D. To describe what a sailor’s life is like. 57. Jesse Martin was at the end of his voyage when he _______. A. sailed on the South Pacific.
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B. sailed on the Indian Ocean. C. sailed past Africa D. sailed past South America. 58. Which of the following made Jesse decide to sail alone around the world? A. His childhood adventure experiences. B. His journeys to Europe. C. His first sailing trip with his family. D. His love for outdoor activities. 59. What can we learn from Jesse Martin’s story? A. Interest leads to success. B. A strong belief will make a person stronger. C. Life is an unusual adventure we should enjoy. D. Failure is the mother of success. B Earlier this month, the Obama Administration called for increased protection of the world’s most southern continent, Antarctica. Scientists say climate change and human activity have increasingly led to the melting of massive pieces of Antarctic ice. The disappearance of ice will not only affect wildlife in the area such as seals and penguins. The melting will also cause oceans and seas around the world to rise. This represents a major threat, especially to coastal areas. For example, the ancient city of Venice, Italy has long been threatened by rising sea levels. The situation is made worse by the fact that its ancient buildings, built on a body of water called a lagoon( 淡水湖), are slowly sinking. When the city was founded about 1,600 years ago, the level of the Adriatic Sea was almost two meters lower than it is today. Rising sea levels are not the only threat. The salty water is also destroying Venice’s famous buildings and artworks. The Italian government is trying to fix the problem with the construction of a seven-billion-dollar system of moving flood barriers. Climate change is also leading to the melting of ice in other areas, such as Mount Kilimanjaro in northeastern Tanzania. It is the highest point in Africa, measuring almost 6,000 meters. The mountain supports five vegetation zones and many kinds of animals. The ice glaciers on the mountain are disappearing very quickly. This will have a

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bad effect on the mountain’s ecosystems and on Tanzania’s travel industry. Also, a valuable record of thousands of years of weather history will also be lost if the ice melts. Scientists study pieces of glacier to understand weather patterns from thousands of years ago. In the United States, the icy masses in Glacier National Park in Montana may soon completely disappear because of climate change. In 1850, there were an estimated 150 glaciers in the more than 400,000 hectare park. There are 26 glaciers remaining today. Scientists estimate that the glaciers will be gone by 2030. Warming temperatures are also threatening the many kinds of plants and animals that live in this mountain ecosystem. 60. The writer developed the passage mainly by______. A. giving examples C. making comparisons B. listing reasons D. using quotations

61. How many glaciers disappeared since 1850 in Glacier National Park? A. 150. B. 26. C. 400,000. D. About 124.

62. According to the passage, what has been affected in Italy by rising sea levels? A. Many kinds of plants and animals died out in Italy. B. Venice’s famous buildings and artworks are being destroyed completely. C. The ice glaciers on the mountain are disappearing very quickly. D. Its ancient buildings could be drowned. 63. What could be the best title for the passage? A. Climate Change B. The Melting of Massive Pieces of Antarctic Ice C. Visiting Endangered Places around the World D. The disappearing of the Ice Glaciers C Parents are a child’s first teachers. But some parents never learned from good examples. In New York City, a nonprofit agency called Covenant House tries to help homeless young mothers become good parents. The twelve or so teenagers who live at the shelter attend parenting classes four days a week. The class is called Mommy and Me. Teacher Delores Clemens is a mother of five and a grandmother. She teaches basic skills, like how to give a baby a bath and how to dress a baby depending on the season. She remembers one student who learned from her mother not to pick up a crying
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baby. The mother said that would only make the child needy and overly demanding. Delores Clemens says, “that's not true. You have to hold your baby! He is crying for a reason. If you never pick him up, he's going to keep crying. Pick your baby up. Cuddle your baby. Hug him! And she started to do that. They just want a little cuddling and a little love. And it works!” Delores Clemens says her students also learn how to be good mothers by letting themselves be mothered. Around three hundred fifty teenage mothers graduate from Covenant House's Mommy and Me class every year. In class, with her baby son is Natasha. She lived on the streets. She is glad not only for the warmth and shelter of Covenant House. As she told reporter Adam Phillips, she is also glad for the help they offer in seeking a more secure life. The World Health Organization says the United States has forty-one births for every one thousand girls age fifteen to nineteen. That is higher than other developed countries, as well as some developing ones. By comparison, northern neighbor Canada has fourteen births and southern neighbor Mexico has eighty-two. 64. What is the text mainly about? A. Parents who are a child’s first teachers. B. A class where teens learn mothering and are mothered. C. A nonprofit agency that offers a more secure life. D. A kind teacher who help homeless young mothers. 65. Covenant Houses’ Mommy and Me class is intended to _____. A. help homeless young mothers become good parents B. provide homeless young mothers with a warm shelter C. help mothers in New York be good parents D. teach some parents how to love their children 66. What can we know about Delores Clemens from the text? A. She has a mother of five and a grandmother. B. She thinks a crying baby should be picked up and hugged. C. She teaches advanced skills on how to be good mothers. D. She is very glad for the warmth and shelter of Covenant House. 67. According to the World Health Organization, which country has the highest births for girls age fifteen to nineteen? A. Canada C. Mexico B. the United States of America D. Britain
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D Sightseeing Tours in Germany Germany has a variety of cities each with its own characteristics, from the busy city of Berlin, to the ancient city of Cologne, to the Bavarian capital of Munich. Thankfully, these major German cities offer sightseeing tours that offer the opportunity to better explore the surrounding regions and the country’s most historic sites. Berlin on Bike Berlin on Bike takes visitors through the German capital via five bicycle tours, all with guides. Regular tours include the Wall Tour and Berlin’s Best, with stops at some of the city’s most famous landmarks, such as the Reichstag explores what life was like in East Berlin under Communist Rule. The cost of the tour includes the bike and helmet rental, and tourists may choose to continue renting their bikes once the tour has ended. Berlinonbike.de/English/index.php Munich City Sightseeing Tour The Munich City Sightseeing Tour transports travelers throughout the city via an open-air, double-decker bus. Passengers can hop on and off at various stops throughout the day. This tour includes stops at such sites as the Munich central train station, the 1972 Olympic Stadium Park, Munich’s opera house and Karlsplatz, the gate to the historic city. The bus features a narrated tour guide and offers an English-language option. Raileurope.com/activities/munich-city-sightseeing-tour/index.html Nice City Tours- Cologne Nice City Tours offers three tours of Cologne, available to private or business groups in a variety of languages. The old Town Tour runs for two hours and includes a guided tour of the Cologne Cathedral and some of the city’s old squares. The Brewery Pub Tour explores some of the city’s most beloved breweries and pubs, and details the history behind Kolsch, Cologne’s resident beer. Finally, the Old Town and Rhine Tour begins by visiting some of old town’s most historic sites and ends with a ride down the Rhine River. Nicecitytours.con/tours.htm 68. The similarity of the three tours lies in that they all include_____. A. bus tours B. English service
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C. three routes

D. guide’s service

69. If you take a great interest in beer, which tour might be suitable for you? A. The Wall Tour C. The Old Town Tour B. The Brewery Pub Tour D. The Munich City Sightseeing Tour

70. Where can you probably see this passage? A. In a textbook. C. In an encyclopedia. B. On a website. D. In a journal.

根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中的 两项为多途选项。 Swimming cycling, jogging, skiing, dancing, walking or any of dozens of other activities can help your heart. 71 . Whether it is a structured exercise

program or just part of your daily routine, all exercise adds up to having a healthier heart. Here are some tips for exercise success. ☆ Choose activities that are fun and add variety. Develop several activities that you can enjoy. 72 ☆ Wear comfortable, properly fitted shoes and comfortable, loose—fitting clothing appropriate for the weather and the activity. ☆ Find a convenient time and place to do activities. ☆ Use music to keep yourself entertained. ☆ 74 Decide what kind of support you need. Do you want them to 73 . If you miss an

exercise opportunity, work activity into your day another way.

remind you to exercise? Exercise with you regularly or occasionally? Be understanding when you get up early to exercise? Spend time with the

children while you exercise? Try not to ask you to change your exercise routine? Share your activity time with others. Ask your family members, friends or co—workers for help. ☆ Don’t overdo it, especially at first. You can slowly increase the time and intensity (强度) of your activities as you become more fit. 75

☆ Keep a record of your activities. Reward yourself at times. Nothing will inspire you more than success! A. Try to make it a habit, but be flexible.
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B. They all cause you to feel warm and breathe heavily without being out of breath. C. Be an active role model for your children. D. That way, exercise will never seem boring. E. If you are overweight or have a high risk of heart disease, see your doctor for medical advice before exercising. F. Surround yourself with supportive people. G. Gradually, work up to exercising on most days of the week for 30—60 minutes. 第四部分:写作(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节:短文改错 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) After watch “English TV” last Sunday morning, I phoned to my classmate and told him to go to see a film in the afternoon. Before the film was over, we returned to school to do our lessons. While we are having a rest in the corridor, I saw Mr Liu, my head teacher. He told me that we had made some progresses in English, but my Chinese lagged behind, especially my Chinese composition. He suggested I must read more and keeping a diary every day. In the evening my father told me that reading newspapers would do me well for improving composition writing. That was really good idea! What they said was quite right, and I should follow their advice. 第二节:书面表达(满分 25 分) 假设你是李华,你的加拿大朋友 Bob 给你发邮件想了解中国高中生对于大 学的选择情况,于是你在班里做了一次调查。请根据下面的表格给 Bob 回一封 邮件告诉他调查结果并谈谈你的看法。 选择倾向和比例 省内大学 70% 省外大学 25% 国外大学 5% 注意:1. 词数 100 左右; 2. 邮件的开头已给出,不计入总次数; 3. 参考词汇:录取 be admitted Dear Bob,
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原因 1. 录取机会大 1. 培养独立性 1. 开阔视野 2. 生活习惯相似 2. 可选学校多 2. 有助于学外语

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Last week I made a survey in my class about what university they want to choose. I’m writing to tell you the result.

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参 考 答 案 21-25 DDABC 36-40ABCDA 56-60 CBCBA 71-75 BDAFG 短文改错 After watch “English TV” on Sunday in the morning, I phoned to my classmate and watching \ 26-30 DDCAD 41-45BCDAB 31-35 ABDBB 46-50CDABC 51-55DABCD

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told him to go to see a film in the afternoon. Before the film was over, we returned to When/After school to do our lessons. While we are having a rest in the corridor, I saw Mr Liu, my were head teacher. He told me that we had made some progresses in English, but my Chinese I progress

lagged behind, especially my Chinese composition. He suggested I must read more should and keeping a diary every day. In the evening my father told me that reading keep newspaper would do me well for improving composition writing. That was really good ∧good idea! What they said was quite right, and I should follow their advice. a 书面表达(参考范文) 70 percent of my classmates tend to choose universities within our province. They say they are more likely to be admitted if they apply to these universities. And they needn’t change their lifestyle too much. 25 percent of them would like to choose universities that are not in our province. Away from home, they want to be more independent and there are more universities for them to choose from. Only 5 percent
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of my classmates choose foreign universities. The reason why they want to go abroad is that they can widen their knowledge and learn more about different cultures. Besides, it will be a great help to their foreign language study. In my opinion, we should choose universities according to our own condition.

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