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(满分 150 分, 时间 120 分钟) 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题,满分 7.5 分)

1.How many nights does the man want to have a room for? A.One B.Two 2.Where does the conversation most probably take place? A.In a police station B.In a shop 3.What’s the relationship between the two speakers? A.Waitress and guest B.Salesgirl and customer 4.Who sent a new camera to the man? A.His mother B.His uncle 5.Where was the woman born? A.In Australia B.In the United States 第二节: (共 15 小题,满分 22.5 分) 6.What did Linda phone Peter for? A.Thank him for inviting her to his party B.Thank him for helping her C.Thank him for giving her a present 7.What will be on at the cinema? A.An African film B.an American film 8.Where will they meet? A.In front of the cinema B.Inside the cinema 9.Where did Xiao Li go? A.She went to England B.She went to Beijing C.She went to the Forbidden City 10.Where didn’t she go? A.The Great Wall B.The Forbidden City 11.What is the woman going to do immediately? A.She is going to have a meeting B.She is going to Beijing C.She is going to the Forbidden City 12.Why did the woman not see Justin yesterday? A.Because he was ill B.Because he was injured in an accident - 1 --

C.Three C.At a party C.Hostess and guest C.His sister C.In Britain

C.A British film C.Outside the cinema

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C.Because he did not go to school 13.What was the result of the accident? A.Justin was all right but the car was damaged B.Justin was injured and the car was damaged C.The car was all right but Justin was seriously injured 14.What is the main cause of the car accident according to the conversation? A.Justin’s poor driving skills B.The slippery road condition C.The excess speed 15.What are the two speakers mainly talking about? A.When they surf the Web B.What they do on the Internet C.How they look up information online 16.How often does the man probably surf the Internet? A.Once a week B.Twice a week C.Several times a week 17.What do we know about the man? A.He has never sent e-mails B.He gets some help from the Web C.He shows no interest in the Internet 18.Where is the speaker? A.In a library B.In a laboratory C.In a classroom 19.What is the speaker explaining? A.A weekly timetable B.A book review C.A study plan 20.What will the students practise on Wednesday morning? A.Reading and writing B.Listening and speaking C.Grammar and computer

第二部分: 英语知识运用(共 2 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.---Is this our new office, Jim? ---Yes, and ______. A.that’s all right B.it’s ok C.after you D.you can find it 22.---Hi, Lucy.Have you heard of any good news about Frank recently? ---Yeah. ____ have done better. has been admitted to one of the top-ten universities in She She the States. A.shouldn’t B.wouldn’t C.needn’t D.couldn’t 23.---Where will you start your work after graduation ---at home or abroad? - 2 --

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--Mm, it’s not been decided yet.I ______ continue my study for a higher degree. A.need B.must C.would D.might 24.Take care not to get your shoes ______ in mud. A.wet or covered B.to be wet or covered C.to be wet or covered D.wet or be covered 25._____ is obviously right is to give all children equal opportunities to develop their special gift. A.Which B.What C.That D.It 26. ________, a man who espresses himself effectively is sure to succeed more rapidly than a man whose command of language is poor. A.To be equal to other things B.Other things to be equal C.Were other things equal D.Other things being equal 27. Quite a few people like traveling, for it can increase their knowledge and broaden their _____. A.features B.horizons C.heritage D.reservations 28.Look out! Don’t get close to the house, ______ the roof is under repair. A.whose B.which C.of which D.that 29. ________ Teacher’s Day is just around the corner. give my teacher a gift, _____ one that is I’ll special and unforgettable. A.The; X B.X; the C.A; a D.X; X 30.We climbed to the top of the hill, ________. A.where stands a temple B.there built a temple C.where build a temple D.there stands a temple 31.I _____ in London for many years, but I’ve never regretted my final decision to move back to China. A.lived B.was living C.have lived D.had lived 32.The lady tried on all the dresses in the stop but found _____ that satisfied her. A.nothing B.none C.no one D.some 33.Your money could _______ better use instead of _____ idle in the bank. A.put to; being left B.be put to; leaving C.put to; leaving D.be put to; being left 34.He is a politician and has a _____ sense of the current affairs all over the country. A.desperate B.fragrant C.delicate D.dedicative 35.His calculation of the result of the exam _______ to the fact, but he failed again. A.approximated B.focused C.consisted D.contracted 第二节: 完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) Do you wake up every day feeling too tired, or even upset? If so, then a new alarm clock could be just for you. The clock, called SteepSmart, measures your sleep cycle, and waits ____(36) you to be in your lightest phase of sleep ____ (37) rousing you. makers say that should ______ Its (38) you wake up feeling refreshed every morning.As you sleep you pass____(39) a sequence of sleep states---light sleep, deep sleep and REM(rapid eye movement) sleep---that ____(40) - 3 --

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approximately every 90 minutes.The point in that cycle at which you wake can ____(41) how you feel later, and may ____(42) have a greater impact than how much or little you have slept.Being roused during a light phase ____(43) you are more likely to wake up energetic. SleepSmart ____(44) the distinct pattern of brain waves _____(45) during each phase of sleep, via a headband equipped _____ 46) electrodes and a microprocessor. ( This measures the electrical activity of the wearer’s brain, in much the ____(47) way as some machines used for medical and research ____ (48) and communicates wirelessly with a clock unit near the bed. , You ____(49) the clock with the latest time at _____(50) you want to be wakened, and it _____ (51) duly wakes you during the last light sleep phase before that. The _____(52) was invented by a group of students at Brown University in Rhode Island ____ (53) a friend complained of waking up tired and performing poorly on a test. “_____ (54) sleep-deprived people ourselves, we started thinking of _____(55) to do about it.” Says Eric Shashoua, a recent college graduate and now chief executive officer of Axon Sleep Research Laboratories, a company created by students to develop their idea. B.near C.for 336.A .beside D.around 337.A.upon B.before C.towards D.till 338.A.ensure D.request B.assure C.require 339.A.through D.on B.into C.about 440.A.reveals D.repeats B.reverses C.resumes 441.A.effect D.perfect B.affect C.reflect 442.A.already B.ever C.never D.even 443.A.means D.dictates B.marks C.says 444.A.removes D.recalls B.relieves C.records 445.A.proceeded B.produced C.pronounced D.progressed 446.A.by B.of C.with D.over 447.A.familiar B.similar C.identical D.same 448.A.findings D.purposes B.prospects C.proposals 449.A.persevere B.program C.prohibit D.plan 550.A.where B.this C.which D.that 551.A.then B.also C.almost D.yet 552.A.claim B.conclusion C.concept D.explanation 553.A.once B.after C.since D.while 554.A.Besides B.Despite C.To D.As 555.A.what B.how D.whether D.when 第三部分: 阅读理解:(每小题 2 分, 满分 40 分) A With the rapid social development, the Internet now provides social networks that include online movies and videos.The major television networks have much less control over your mind and their broadcasts for entertainment and, more importantly, advertising.It has long been known that television’s audience will spend more time on the Internet than watching TV.People have found another means of entertainment by going to websites which seem to satisfy their specific interests more completely.This isn’t very good news for the television networks. - 4 --

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The influence of people using DVRs (Digital Video Recorder) also has led to fewer and fewer viewers watching television commercials. Market research indicates the effectiveness of TV ads is getting weaker as a result.Many DVR owners are fast forwarding and skipping television commercials.With viewers now spending an average of four times longer on the Internet and more viewers avoiding commercials, this trend isn’t good for television’s advertising revenues(收 益) . Major TV advertisers know full well that their advertising dollars on TV aren’t as an effective investment as they once were.The major players in advertising have been moving towards the Internet as a serious alternative means of advertising. For thousands of people involved in Internet marketing, it’s history-making to share the revenue that previously all went to major television networks.There’s already a group of Internet marketers being paid a larger amount of advertising revenue. These are everyday people that work usually from home on their own. Advertisers can direct their advertising to websites where viewer types are more likely to be interested in their product or service. The development of the Internet and its role and change in our lives cannot be compared to any other form of media created throughout the history of mankind. 56.People are going to websites for entertainment because _______. A.they’d like to follow the last trend B.there are fewer commercials C.there are more movies and videos D.they can choose what meets their particular needs 57.We can learn from the second paragraph that ______. A.viewers are bored with television commercials B.the television viewing time should be limited C.many television commercials are of poor quality D.there are more commercials on DVRs than on TV 58.It can be inferred from the passage that _____. A.people spend time on the Internet mainly for entertainment B.most people prefer to work at home nowadays C.the Internet will attract more and more advertisers D.the appearance of TV changed our lives 59.The passage mainly tells us ________. A.the rapid social development B.the fast development of the Internet advertising C.the way to advertise on the Internet D.the influence of television commercials B Greeks play a special game at Easter and it’s good fun! The rules of the game are as follows: 1.Everyone picks out a hard-boiled Waster Egg.2.Each player finds a partner.One person will be a “holder”, and the other will be a “tapper”.Holders should hold the egg with either the pointy end or the round end facing up.Tappers should hold the egg with that same end facing down.Tapping must be done pointy-end-to-pointy-end or round-end-to-round-end.3.With one - 5 --

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good tap, the tapper tries to crack the holder’s egg.One player will end up with a cracked egg.4.Each player finds another partner and repeats steps 2 and 3. (After one end of the egg is cracked, players may continue to play using the uncracked end) 5. player loses when both ends . A of his egg have been cracked.The winner is the person who still has an uncracked egg.6.Enjoy eating the eggs! Dye your Easter eggs.With an adult’s help, dye hard-boiled eggs red using food coloring or egg dye.For a nice sheen, use a paper towel to rub some oil on each egg.But don’t use too much oil---you wouldn’t want your egg to slide out of your hand when you play the egg-cracking game! Why dye eggs red? Eggs represent new life and the red dye symbolizes the pain and suffering in the past. Why crack eggs? Some say that the cracking of the eggs symbolizes a wish to break away from human misery and enter the new life. 60.A player has to drop out of the game when _____. A.the pointy end of his egg is cracked B.the round end of his egg is cracked C.his egg slides out of the hand D.his egg is cracked at both ends 61.Why is oil rubbed on the egg? A.To give the egg a shiny appearance B.To make the game more difficult to play C.To protect the hand of the player D.To symbolize the wealth of the Greeks 62.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A.The holders hold the eggs with the pointy end facing up in most cases B.If one end of the player’s egg is cracked, he will eat the egg C.The player in the game must dye his egg red independently D.It’s said that the broken eggs represent the wish to lead a new life 63.Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A.The suffering of the Greeks B.The Easter holidays C.Celebrate Greek Easter D.A special game C Communications technologies are far from equal when it comes to conveying the truth.The first study to compare honesty across a range of communication media has found that people are twice as likely to tell lies in phone conversations as they are in emails.The fact that emails are automatically recorded—and can come back to puzzle you---appears to be the key to the finding. Jeff Hancock of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, asked 30 students to keep a communications diary for a week. it they noted the number of conversations or email exchanges In they had lasting more than 10 minutes, and confessed to how many lies they told.Hancock then worked out the number of lies per conversation for each medium.He found that lies made up 14 per cent of emails, 21 percent of instant messages, 27 per cent of face-to-face interactions and an astonishing 37 percent of phone calls. His results to be presented at the conference on human-computer interaction in Vienna, - 6 --

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Austria, in April, have surprised psychologists.Some expected emailers to be the biggest liars, reasoning that because deception makes people uncomfortable, the indirect contact of emailing would make it easier to lie.Others expected people to lie more in face-to-face exchanges because we are most practiced at that form of communication. But Hancock says it is also crucial whether a conversation is being recorded and could be reread, and whether it occurs in real time.People appear to be afraid to lie when they know the communication could later be used to hold them to account, he says. This is why fewer lies appear in email than on the phone. People are also more likely to lie in real time---in an instant message or phone call, say---than if they have time to think of a response, says Hancock.He found many lies are spontaneous(脱 口而出) responses to an unexpected demand, such as: “Do you like my dress?” Hancock hopes his research will help companies work out the best ways for their employees to communicate.For instance, the phone might be the best medium for sales where employees are encouraged to stretch the truth.But, given his result, work assessment where honesty is a priority, might be best done using email. 64.Hancock’s study focuses on _______. A.the consequences of lying in various communications media B.the success of communications technologies in conveying ideas C.people are less likely to lie in instant messages D.people’s honesty levels across a range of communications media 65.Hancock’s research finding surprised those who believed that _____. A.people are less likely to lie instant messages B.people are unlikely to lie in face-to-face interactions C.people are most likely to lie in email communication D.people are twice as likely to lie in phone conversations 66. According to the passage, why are people more likely to tell the truth through certain media of communication? A.They are afraid of leaving behind traces of their lies B.They believe that honesty is the best policy C.They tend to be relaxed wh en using those media D.They are most practised at those forms of communication 67.It can be inferred from the passage that ________. A.honesty should be encouraged in interpersonal communications B.suitable media should be chosen for different communication purposes C.more employers will use emails to communicate with their employees D.email is now the dominant medium of communication within a company D In a country that defines itself by ideals, not by shared blood, who should be allowed to come to work and live here? In the wake of the Sept. attacks these questions have never seemed more 11 pressing. On Dec.11, 2001, as part of the effort to increase homeland security, federal and local authorities in 14 states staged “Operation Safe Travel”---raids on airports to arrest employees with - 7 --

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false identification.In Salt Lake City there were 69 arrests.But those captures were anything but terrorists, most of them illegal immigrants from Central or South America.Authorities said the undocumented workers’ illegal status made them open to blackmail(讹诈)by terrorists. Many immigrants in Salt Lake City were angered by the arrests and said they felt as if they were being treated like disposable goods.Mayor Anderson said those feelings were justified to a certain extent.“We’re saying we want you to work in these places, we’re going to look the other way in terms of what our laws are, and then when it’s convenient for us, or when we can try to make a point in terms of national security, especially after Sept.11, then you’re disposable.They are whole families being uprooted for all of the wrong reasons,” Anderson said. If Sept.11 had never happened, the airport workers would not have been arrested and could have gone on quietly living in America, probably indefinitely.Ana Castro, a manager at a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream shop at the airport had been working 10 years with the same false Social Security card when she was arrested in the December airport raid.Now she and her family are living under the threat of deportation(驱逐出境) .Castro’s case is currently waiting to be settled.While she awaits the outcome, the government has granted her permission to work here and she has returned to her job at Ben & Jerry’s. 68.How did the immigrants in Salt Lake City feel about “Operation Safe Travel”? A.Guilty B.Offended C.Disappointed D.Discouraged 69.Undocumented workers became the target of “Operation Safe Travel” because ____. A.evidence was found that they were potential terrorists B.most of them worked at airports under threat of terrorists C.terrorists might take advantage of their illegal status D.they were reportedly helping hide terrorists around the airport 70.By saying “…we’re going to look the other way in terms of what our laws are”, Mayor Anderson means “______”. A.there are other ways of enforcing the law B.we will examine the laws in a different way C.we will turn a blind eye to your illegal status D.the existing laws must not be ignored 第二节: (10 分) 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。 选项中有两项为多余选项。 Currently, there is a growing recognition that parental involvement is one key to student achievement. (71)_____.However, while these may be important for developing a sense of community and parental ownership of the school and its issues, such activities do not translate directly to students achievement. (72)_____.Simply asking the question,” So, what did you do in school today?” can start a discussion between parent and child about topics studied in class.Even talks at home about less classroom-specific topics that interest the student are shown to be important to raising student achievement. (73)____.Teachers can provide students with interesting ideas for starting school-related conversations at home. (74)____. The school’s focus should be on how to enable parents and their children to have such meaningful conversations about the topics and ideas flowing from the classroom. (75)_____. - 8 --

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Finding ways to promote direct parent participation in their children’s lives-at school and at home will have a much greater impact. A.Some parents expect too much of their children B.Teenagers can have rich and interesting conversations if encouraged C.Starting a parent council may not be a top priority D.Many schools have attempted to find ways for parents to participate in school management by setting up parent councils for parents to volunteer E.Self-education plays an important role in children’s development F.Another way for parents to be more active in their children’s education pays dividents G.Telling children that school is valuable is a lot less effective than showing them it is by being involved in what they are doing there. 请将该题答案写在下一页 第四部分:写作(共 2 节,满分 35 分) 第一节: 短文改错(10 分) As the College Entrance Examination is drawing nearby, some students would rather expect good luck than to make every effort to study.They think success results good luck.Whether they can be admitted to key universities depend on luck.However, others insist that diligence is a mother of success.Only by working hard can they achieve what they want.Since they fail sometimes, they don’t give up, for they believe that success lies in our own hands.As for me, I’m in favor of the latter opinion.Luck doesn’t come alone.It goes hand by hand with hard working.Sometimes, some students are lucky enough to succeed, but such luck won’t last long because it is not basing on their own abilities. 第二节:书面表达(25 分) 最近,你与其他同学做了一个研究性课题,就学生近视问题进行了调查。现用英语写一 篇调查报告。 (词数 100 左右) 现状:患近视学生越来越多,小学 21%, 中学 32%。 原因:用眼过度,不注意用眼卫生,条件差。 建议:自我保护,改善条件。近视:near-sightedness 开头已给出:Recently, we have conducted a survey on……

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Keys for reference: I:听力(30%)1--—5: B B C B A 6---10:A B C B B 11--15: A C A B B 16—20:C B C A B II:单选: (15%)21—25:C D D A B 26—30:D B C D A 31—35:A B D C A - 9 --

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III:完型: (30%)36—40: C B A A D 41—45:B D A C B 46—50:C D D B C 51—55:A C B D A IV:阅读理解: (30%) 56—60:D A C B D 61—65:A D C D C 66—70: A B B C A IV: 信息匹配: (10%) 71---75:D F G B C V: 短文改错: (10%) 1.nearby---near 2.\to make 3.result^from 4.depends 5.a---the 6.Since---Although/though 7.our---their 8.by---in 9.working---work 10.basing---based V:书面表达: (25%) Recently, we have conducted a survey on near-sightedness suffered by pupils and middle school students.We are astonished by the result that an increasing number of students have become near-sighted, with a percentage of 21 in elementary primary) schools and 32% in middle ( schools. The findings are that many students have to spend much time doing their lessons because of heavy schoolwork.Even some students are addicted to playing computer games, surfing the Internet or chatting on line.Worse still, few students have formed the habit of relaxing their eyes after hard work.Besides, poor living and studying conditions also account for this situation. We advocate that it is quite necessary for students to protect their eyesight automatically for the sake of their further development.Meanwhile, living and studying conditions in some areas call for immediate improvement.

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