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(时间 120 分钟 满分 150 分) 第一部分:听力(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 1. Where will the man go first? A. To a party. B. To

the library. C. To the barber’s. 2. Which of the following countries is not mentioned in the conversation? A. Austria. B. Germany. C. Australia. 3. How will the two speakers probably go to the cinema? A. By taxi. B. By car. C. On foot. 4. What is the most probable relationship between the two speakers? A. Professor and student. B. Manager and clerk. C. Interviewer and interviewee. 5. What can we learn from the conversation? A. The woman likes both dresses. B. The woman likes the green one better. C. The woman likes neither. 第二节(共 15 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6-8 题。 6. What is the main reason for Linda to like the new job according to the woman? A. She needn’t pay for the trip. B. She can practice her Spanish. C. She can enjoy the sun on the beach. 7. How long will Linda work in Acapulco? A. For 6 weeks. B. For 3 weeks. C. For 1 week. 8. What do we know about Linda? A. She will go to Spain. B. She will leave in about one week. C. She has enough time to get organized. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9-11 题。 9. How long is the flight delayed? A. For 20 minutes. B. For 30 minutes. C. For 50 minutes. 10. Where will the man prefer to sit? A. A window seat in a smoking area. B. A window seat in a non-smoking area. C. An aisle seat in a non-smoking area. 11. When will the flight be boarding? A. In about 20 minutes. B. In about 30 minutes. C. In about 50 minutes. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 12-14 题。 12. Where does the conversation take place? A. In a classroom. B. In a stadium. C. In a gym. 13. What do we know about the man? A. He used to be strong. B. He went skating on last vacation.
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C. He drives to work every day. 14. What did the man do while the woman took exercise? A. He walked to work. B. He went skiing. C. He stayed at home watching TV. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 15-17 题。 15. Why is the woman late for work? A. Because she was hurt in a robbery. B. Because her wallet was robbed. C. Because she was pushed to the ground. 16. Where was the woman robbed ? A. On the bus. B. On the underground train. C. In the street. 17. Who caught the robber? A. The driver. B. The police. C. Two passengers. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18-20 题。 18. What does the speaker want to tell the listeners? A. How money came into being. B. What served as money in the past . C. How the value of money was decided . 19. Which of the following might have been used for money by early Japanese? A. Tea. B. Salt. C. Nuts. 20. What is a common character of the things used for money? A. They are difficult to make. B. They are easy for early people to use. C. They are considered valuable by all people. 第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 语法和词汇知识 (共 25 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 25 分) 21. If you are interested in ______ English poetry, why not turn to _______ works by Shakespeare? A. the; the B. 不填;the C. 不填;不填 D. the ;不填 22. Plastics today contributes to a wide ______ of industries. A. range B. stage C. area D. choice 23. Mary suddenly fell over in front of so many people that she felt very ________. A. proud B. embarrassed C. automatic D. breathless 24. The government is _________ graduates to work in the places where conditions are hard. A. insisting on B. appealing to C. approaching to D. deciding on 25. If we had been able to speak French, we _______ our journey to France much more. A. would enjoy B. enjoyed C. had enjoyed D. would have enjoyed 26. Suddenly my mind went ______ and I forgot what I wanted to say when the teacher asked me. A. blank B. mad C. blind D. dark 27. The special kind of dog can run surprisingly quickly _______ its awkward and lazy pace. A. in search of B. in case of C. in spite of D. in need of
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28. For the safety of the rare animals in the zoo, ____________ are visitors allowed to feed them. A. in this way B. in this case C. by the way D. under no circumstances 29. We are strongly opposed to __________ to the island without a guide. It is not a wise decision. A. go B. going C. be going D. have gone 30. ------Will you be able to finish the report before Friday? ------I can’t _______ anything, but I will try my best. A. prepare B. transform C. guarantee D. do 31. There are some boards in the box ________ in length from 10 cm to 30cm. A. varied B. varying C. to vary D. vary 32. ___________ the injuries to his face and hands, he broke both his legs. A. In addition B. Beside C. except D. Apart from 33. The need for the approval of everyone for every act will _______ result in the self-rejection. A. nervously B. unfortunately C. eventually D. purposely 34. I hope I can acquire more knowledge, _________ will hopefully help my future development. A. that B. where C. when D. which 35. Mother’s love is true love! She’s never stopped loving you ________ you become or you do. A. whichever B. whatever C. however D. whoever 36. I think you’ve ______ his trust by talking about him to the newspaper. A. abused B. gained C. balanced D. consulted 37. ------John fell behind in his studies and finally had to leave school. ------No wonder. He was ______ to playing online games all day. A. addicted B. devoted C. connected D. attracted 38. ------It is unfair to have a(n) __________ against women employees. ------Quite agree with you. A. stress B. comprehension C. effect D. prejudice 39. Half a month passed and the boy ________ all his money, so he had to turn to his friends for help. A. ran out B. ran out of C. ran across D. ran away with 40. Anyone who has common sense knows that the world _________ seven continents and four oceans. A. makes up of B. makes up C. is made up of D. is made up 41. Sometimes it is a good idea to _________ your feelings in a shout when you are in low spirits. A. break out B. take out C. keep out D. let out 42. I recognized her as soon as I met her at the airport though we hadn’t seen each other for ages
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and she had changed __________. A. a large amount B. a great many C. a great deal D. a lot of 43. I believe _______ because she is still a child _________ she does not know how to deal with the dangerous situation. A. it is; who B. it is; that C. that; who D. that; whom 44. By law, when one makes a large purchase, he should have ______opportunities to change his mind. A. accurate B. annual C. actual D. adequate 45. Einstein like Bob’s paper so much that he ____ his own work and translated it into German. A. gave off B. turned down C. took over D. set aside 第二节 完形填空 (共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) In the depths of my memory, many things I did with my father still live. These things have come to represent, in fact, what I call 46 and love. I don’t remember my father ever getting into a swimming pool. But he did 47 the water. Any kind of 48 ride seemed to give him pleasure. 49 he loved to fish; sometimes he took me along. But I never really liked being on the water, the way my father did. I liked being 50 the water, moving through it, 51 it all around me. I was not a strong 52 , or one who learned to swim early, for I had my 53 . But I loved being in the swimming pool close to my father’s office and 54 those summer days with my father, who 55 come by on a break. I needed him to see what I could do. My father would stand there in his suit, the 56 person not in swimsuit. After swimming, I would go 57 his office and sit on the wooden chair in front of his big desk, where he let me 58 anything I found in his top desk drawer. Sometimes, if I was left alone at his desk 59 he worked in the lab, an assistant or a student might come in and tell me perhaps I shouldn’t be playing with his 60 . But my father always 61 and said easily, ―Oh, no, it’s 62 .‖ Sometimes he handed me coins and told me to get 63 an ice cream… A poet once said, ―We look at life once, in childhood,; the rest is 64 .‖ And I think it is not only what we ―look at once, in childhood‖ that determines our memories, but 65 , in that childhood, looks at us. 46.A. desire B. joy C. anger D. worry 47.A. avoid B. refuse C. praise D. love 48.A. boat B. bus C. train D. bike 49.A. But B. Then C. And D. Still 50.A. on B. off C. by D. in 51.A. having B. leaving C. making D. getting 52.A. swimmer B. rider C. walker D. runner 53.A. hopes B. faiths C. rights D. fears 54.A. spending B. saving C. wasting D. ruining
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55.A. should 56.A. next 57.A. away from 58.A. put up 59. A. the moment 60. A. fishing net 61. A. stood up 62. A. fine 63. A. the student 64. A. memory 65. A. which

B. would B. only B. out of B. break down B. the first time B. office things B. set out B. strange B. the assistant B. wealth B. who

C. had to C. other C. by C. play with C. while C. wooden chair C. showed up C. terrible C. myself C. experience C. what A

D. ought to D. last D. inside D. work out D. before D. lab equipment D. turned out D. funny D. himself D. practice D. whose

第三部分 阅读理解 (共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) Chinese Graduates will Struggle to Find Jobs This Year China's graduates will find it tougher than ever to get jobs in the coming year, as China's economy slows down and unemployment rises. Experts say a chronic over-supply of graduates and a shortage of "high end" jobs had already been causing difficulties, but the mass lay-offs and business closures (倒闭) in recent months has made the situation even worse. Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao has told students that the problem of graduate employment is "at the top of the government's agenda(议事日程)". Six and a half million graduates in China will be looking for a job over the next year. The government says it is going to try to create nine million jobs for them and for those from previous years who are still unemployed. That will not be easy, though. Economic growth in China is expected by some to fall below the figure of 8%, cited by many as the minimum(最 小值) needed to continue to create enough jobs. There are three problems for the new graduates to cope with. Firstly, the economic slowdown here means there are fewer jobs available. Secondly, widespread redundancies mean there are more experienced people than there might have been in previous years, trying to secure the same jobs as them. Thirdly, there are many graduates from previous years who are still jobless. Cao Shanshan studied exhibition planning and management at Shanghai Business School. She said everyone thought it would be easy for her to get a job when she graduated, because Shanghai will host the World Expo in 2010. But even though she has had dozens of interviews at job fairs, she has not managed to land the kind of job she wanted. "I've ended up with an intern(实习) job," she says, "which is nothing to do with my major." She says she is earning 2 about $230 (? 159) a month, more than many of her classmates who have had to take jobs that 0 give them half that, but far less than she had hoped for. "I might go back to school to study for a 0 masters’ degree because it's so hard," she says. "Hopefully finding a job will be easier with a 9 0 高二英语 第 5 页 共 14 页 3 1

higher qualification." 66.We can infer from the passage that _________. A.The graduates this year will have enough jobs. B.The people will find jobs easily because the government will create nine million jobs for them this year. C.Not every graduate can find a job this year. D.all of previous graduates have found jobs. 67.Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A.Cao Shanshan studied exhibition planning and management B.Cao Shanshan is easy to find a job because of her major. C.Cao Shanshan did an intern job but it wasn’t connected with her major. D.Cao Shanshan was unsatisfied with the income. 68.From the theme, this text is _____________________. A.a narrative (叙述性的) story C.a scientific report 69.What does the text mainly discuss? A.The government will create jobs for the graduates and for those from previous years who are still unemployed. B.It is difficult for the graduates to find a job. C.Cao Shanshan doesn’t find a ideal job. D.To find a good job easily graduates must go back to school to study for a masters 70.The underlined word ―qualification‖ means____________? A.证书 B.条件 B GETTING A GRANT(补助) Who pays? The local education authority (LEA) for the area in which the student is living. Who can get this money? Anyone who gets a place on a first degree course, although a student who has already attended a course of advanced further education may not. Students must also have been resident in the UK for at least three years, which can exclude(排除) some students from overseas. SPECIAL CASES If a student has worked before going to college: A student who is 26 or more before the course starts and who has worked for at least three of the previous six years will get extra money-£155 a year if 26, increasing to a maximum of £615 at 29 or more. If a student is handicapped:
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B.a financial comment D.a piece of news



LEAs will give up to £500 to help meet extra expenses—such as buying a tape recorder for a blind student, extra heating or special food. Banking: Most of the big banks offer special services to students who open accounts (in the hope that they will stay with the bank when they become rich officials). A student won’t usually have to pay bank charges as long as the account stays in credit. Some banks allow students to overdraw by £100 or so, and still don’ t make charges (though they do charge interest). 71. student from Japan who has been staying in England for a year and intends to go to college A in a few months will . A.get money if he is taking a first degree course B.be unable to get money from any LEA C.get money from any LEA when he has finished his course D.have to open a bank account before he gets any money 72.A 31-year-old nurse wishes to qualify as a doctor at a university. She has worked since she was 25. How much extra money will she get a year? A.None B.£ 155 C.£615 D.£515 73.A student who cannot walk has to buy a wheelchair costing £750 to go to classes. How much of the cost will he have to pay himself? A.£150 B.£250 C.£500 D.£750 74.You are a new student. Why may a bank welcome you as a customer? A.They know you receive money regularly. B.They charge students extra. C.They hope you will be rich in the future. D.They need students accounts in term-time. 75.How much do the banks permit the students who open accounts with them to overdraw? A.£ 155 B.£ 615 C.£500 C Eating more vegetables and exercising can delay or even prevent diabetes, according to scientists. Diet and exercise reduced the rate of diabetes by about 43 per cent over 20 years among 577 high-risk Chinese adults, the researchers reported in the journal Lancet. In the research, the volunteers were assigned (分配) to either a control group or one of three groups that included an improved diet, better exercise or a combination of both. At the end of the 20 years, 80 per cent of those who changed what they ate and exercised more had diabetes, compared with 93 per cent who made no changes, said Guangwei Li of the China-Japan Friendship Hospital in Beijing and Ping Zhang at the US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention. The control team reported that insulin (胰岛素) infusions (注入) or daily injections given
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early to people with newly diagnosed type II diabetes (which accounts for about 90 per cent of all diabetes cases and is closely linked to fatness and physical inactivity) helped the body's insulin-producing cells and restored blood sugar control faster than standard pills. The findings came as part of a series of studies addressing new research about diabetes, which affects 246 million adults worldwide, and accounts for six percent of all global deaths. The researchers did not say what specific foods or amount of exercise contributed to the health improvements but said the findings provide an effective strategy to deal with a disease that kills about 3 million people worldwide each year. "The challenge is to translate research findings into practical clinical improvements for patients. Although prospects are hopeful, they are not assured," the Lancet wrote in a commentary. The International Diabetes Federation estimates more than 380 million people will have a form of diabetes by 2025 as more developing nations adopt a western lifestyle. Too much blood sugar in the blood ─ a quality of diabetes ─ can damage eyes and also leads to heart disease, stroke and limb amputations. 76.What did the researchers find out? A.How long it would take to prevent diabetes. B.How long diabetes could be delayed. C.How lifestyle changes could affect people's health. D.How diabetes could be controlled by medicines. 77.According to the Lancet, what's the challenge? A.The proving of the findings. B.Further research on diabetes. C.The applying of these findings. D.The spreading of the new strategy worldwide. 78.Which of the following statements about the research may be TRUE? A.The volunteers are Chinese patients with diabetes. B.The research is run by experts from China and US cooperatively. C.Too many insulin infusions lead to physical inability. D.Type II diabetes accounts for six per cent of all global deaths. 79.What can be inferred from the last paragraph? A.The International Diabetes Federation is leading a series of researches into diabetes. B.The Asian lifestyle is healthier than the European lifestyle. C.Diabetes can result in too much sugar in blood. D.Diabetes can result in other diseases. 80.What's the main idea of the text? A.The causes of diabetes have been discovered. B.Diabetes is the most dangerous disease.
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C.Improved diet and exercise can prevent or delay diabetes. D.More people will have diabetes. D Scientists are working to develop crop plants that can reduce the amount of water used for agriculture. Almost sixty percent of the world’s fresh water withdrawals from rivers, lakes and other water resources go toward irrigating fields. Scientists are using biotechnology as well as traditional breeding methods to develop water-saving crops to feed a growing world. Tommy Carter is a plant scientist in North Carolina working for the Agricultural Research Service in the United States Department of Agriculture. He leads Team Drought, a group of researchers at five universities. They have been using conventional breeding methods to develop soybeans that can grow well under dry conditions. Tommy started working on drought-resistant soybeans in1981. His research has taken him as far as China, where soybeans have been grown for thousands of years. Farmers in the United States, however, have grown soybeans for only about a century. Tommy Carter says the soybeans they grow are for the most part genetically similar. More differences could better protect crops against climate changes that can reduce production. Those changes include water shortages which could increase from global warming. The Agriculture Department has a soybean germplasm collection(种质收集), a collection of genetic material passed from one generation to the next. Members of Team Drought studied more than 2,500 examples from the collection. They looked at those from Asia and searched for germplasms that could keep plants from weakening and wilting(枯萎) during hot, dry summers in the United States. Tommy says they found only five, but these slow-wilting lines can produce more than normal soybeans under drought conditions. The team is now doing field tests. The first breeding line is expected to be released next year for use by private seed companies and public soybean breeders. Scientists are also working on other crop plants that either use less water or use it better, or both. 81. The scientists are developing the crop plants because _______________. A. traditional crop plants can’t grow under dry conditions B. only biotechnology could lead to a success in this area C. irrigating fields has used almost 60% of our freshwater D. we need new crops to save more water than ever before 82. From the passage we know that Tommy Carter ______________.
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A. is now teaching at five universities B. organized the Team Drought in 1981 C. once went to China to study soybeans D. discovered the genetic material of soybean 83. According to the passage, the five examples from Asia need less water under drought conditions because ______________. A. soybeans has been grown in Asia for thousands of years B. the germplasms are different from those of American soybeans C. the history of soybeans growing in America is only a century D. the problem of water shortage in Asia is much more serious 84. What will the writer most probably write about next? A. Some other research on crops that will use less water. B. The conclusion that less water is needed for soybeans. C. More information about Tommy Carter’s new soybean. D. The reason why the climate changes have taken place. 85. The passage is mainly talking about ________________. A. conventional methods of plants breeding B. efforts to develop crops using less water C. the history of soybeans growing in China D. what some scientists do to change climate 第Ⅱ 卷 (共 35 分) 第四部分: 第一节 书面表达 (共两节,满分 35 分) What I Hate I always listen to my friends’ problems and try to give them good advice, but there are some things that just get under my skin. My number-one annoyance is my friends who don’t get along with their parents. Left and right I hear ―I hate my mom,‖ ―I hate my dad,‖ ―My parents are so stupid,‖ ―They don’t care about me.‖ I think they don’t know what they’re saying! What kids need to understand is that regardless of whether you have a boyfriend, girlfriend, or even a best friend, your parents care about you the most. If that’s hard to believe, think about this: How did you get a roof over your head, a bed to sleep in, food to eat, and most of all, a place to call home? If that’s not enough, let’s continue. Look in your bedroom. Where did you get all that stuff? Your bed, the clothes in the closet, the blankets that keep you warm, or all the nonessentials. I
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阅读表达 (共 5 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 15 分)

bet most of it came from your parents. I’m sick of hearing how your parents do ―nothing‖ for you. They probably do more than you do for yourself. Consider that next time you start criticizing your parents, who also gave you life. So many times I have heard friends complain about their dads. ―He is so over-protective – he never lets me do anything.‖ I simply think, at least __________. Think about kids who don’t. My father died in an accident three years ago. I’d always been ―daddy’s girl,‖ which makes things even harder to manage. So, please stop before you say ―I hate,‖ especially if it’s about a parent, and think about those of us who aren’t lucky enough to have two caring parents. 86.What’s the main idea of the article? (Please answer within 30 words.) __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ 87.Fill in the blank in the last but one paragraph with proper words.(Please answer within 10 words.) __________________________________________________________________________ 88.Why does the writer name her article ―What I Hate‖? (Please answer within 30 words.) __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ 89.Which sentence in the passage is the closest in meaning to the following one? No one else, whoever they are, looks after you so well as your parents, which children should be made to realize. __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ 90.Translate the underlined sentence in the last paragraph into Chinese. __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________
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第二节 写作:(满分 20 分) 八月十日,星期天上午,你们班同学骑车到学校附近的公园组织了一次环保活动。 请根据下表内容,写一篇日记,发表你对此次活动的看法。(日记格式已经给出) 1组 2组 3组 你的看法 扫除:清理废纸、烟蒂、塑料袋等废弃物 宣传:树立标牌,告诉游客要爱护花木 演讲:向游客宣传“白色污染”的害处以 及保护环境的重要性 ??

注意: 1)日记必须包括表内所有的内容,可以适当增加细节,使内容连贯: 2)词数:不少于 100 词。 3)参考词汇:烟蒂 cigarette butts August 10,Sunday Fine











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答案: 听力 1-5 CCCCA 6-10 CABAB 11-15 BCACC 16-20 BCBAC 单选 21-25 BABBD 26-30 BCDBC 31-35 BDCDB 36-40 AADBC 41-45 DCBDD 完型 46—50. BDACD 51---55. AADAB 56---60. BDCCB 61—65. CACAB 阅读 66-70 CBDBA 71-75 BCCCD 76-80 CCBBC 81-85 DCBAB 阅读表达 76.What’s the main idea of the article?(Please answer within 30 words.) Our parents are people who care about us most though some of us may not realize that. We should love them dearly instead of hating them. (26 词) 77.Fill in the blank in the last but one paragraph with proper words.(Please answer within 10 words.) they have dads/ he has a dad / you have a dad 78.Why does the writer name her article “What I Hate”? (Please answer within 30 words.) On one hand, the title refers to the fact that some children often say “I hate my mom(or dad) on the other, it suggests that’s just what the writer hates. ”; Because the article involves different opinions on the ―What I hate‖ issue: some kids hate their parents while the writer just hates those children thinking like that. Because the writer wants to stress that it is the children themselves who say they hate their parents that are hateful, not their parents. 79.Which sentence in the passage is the closest in meaning to the following one? No one else, whoever they are, looks after you so well as your parents, which children should be made to realize. What kids need to understand is that regardless of whether you have a boyfriend, girlfriend, or even a best friend, your parents care about you the most. 80.Translate the underlined sentence in the last paragraph into Chinese. 因此,恳请你在张口说“我恨”之前——尤其当恨的对象是父母的时候,打住话头去想想 我们中间那些没有双亲照料的不幸同伴。 作文 August 10,Sunday Fine This morning our class organized an environmental protection activity in the nearby park. On arriving there, we were divided into three groups . The first group collected the rubbish such as the wasted paper, cigarette butts, plastic bags and so on. The second group set up several boards to remind the visitors to take care of the flowers and trees. The last group gave a speech to the visitors on the danger of ―white pollution‖ and the importance of protecting the environment. I think it is very important for us to protect the environment For the sake of people’s health and happiness, measures should be taken to control and prevent pollution and everyone should make
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