本卷分第Ⅰ卷（选择题）和第Ⅱ卷两部分，共 12 页。满分 150 分。考试用时 120 分钟。
1．答题前，考生务必用 0.5 毫米黑色签字笔将自己的姓名、座
号、准考证号、县区和科类填写在答 题卡上和试卷规定的位置。 2．第Ⅰ卷每小题选出答案后，用 2B 铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑；如需改动，用橡皮擦 干净后，再选涂其他答案标号。 3．第Ⅱ卷必须用 0.5 毫米黑色墨水签字笔作答，答案必须写在答题卡各题目指定区域内相应的位 置，不能写在试卷上；如需改动，先划掉原来的答案，然后再写上新的答案；不能使用涂改液、 胶带纸、修正带。不按以上要求作答的答案无效。
第Ⅰ卷（共 105 分）
第一部分 听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 该部分分为第一、第二两节。注意：回答听力部分时，请先将答案标在试卷上。听力部 分结束前，你将有两分钟的时间将你的答案转涂到客观题答题卡上。 第一节 听下面五段对话，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。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间回答有关小 题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 例：How much is the shirt? A. ? 19.15. 答案是 B。 1. What will the man do first? A. Tidy his room. 2. Where is the man? A. At a hotel entrance. A. Her appearance. A. Having a meeting now. B. In a movie theatre. B. Her character. B. Calling on him later. C. In a clothing shop. C. Her health. C. Buying a house soon. 3. What is the woman concerned about? 4. What does the man suggest to the woman? 5. What does Alice ask the man to do? A. Borrow some magazines for her. B. Return some magazines to the library. C. Give some magazines back to her. 第二节 听下面五段材料，从题中所给出的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项，并标在试 卷的相应位置。听每段材料前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，每个小 题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段材料读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6~7 小题。 6. What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers? B. Go on a picnic. C. Wear clothes. B. ? 9.15. C. ? 9.18.
A. They’re cook and customer. B. They’re waitress and customer. C. They’re good friends. 7. What does the man do after he has the chicken? A. Have some sandwiches. B. Buy some fried chicken. C. Have one sandwich and tea. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8~10 小题。 8. How did the two speakers get to know each other? A. They were schoolmates. B. They were workmates. C. They were neighbors. C. In Italy. C. Italian. 9. Where did this conversation take place? A. In Paris. B. In London. 10. What language does the man’s wife speak? A. English. B. French. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11~13 小题。 11. When does this conversation take place? A. In the middle of the term. B. At the beginning of the term. C. At the end of the the term. 12. Why is Ellen going to buy the tickets? A. She lost a bet and owes Bob money. B. She has been doing a part-time job. C. Bob left his wallet at home. 13. What is Bob going to pay for? A. His own ticket. 14. How does the man kill time? A. By eating potato chips. 15. What does the woman dislike? A. The square. B. The parks. C. The city. C. Quietness. 16. What does the man think is the most important? A. Entertainment. B. Income. 17. What do the man and woman disagree on? A. Whether the city needs a symbol. B. Whether the amusement park should be built. C. Whether the square is a good place for a walk. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. When did the speaker first see the film? A. Last night. B. At the age of 20. 19. Why did the speaker think it was a good film for the girls? A. Because she liked it at their age. B. Because it was a story about animals. C. Because it was a funny story. 20. What is the video about? A. Different lives of dogs. B. A love story of two dogs. C. Story of Romeo and Juliet. B. By watching TV. C. By taking a walk. B. Their supper. C. His supper only. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 17 题。
C. At the age of 9.
第二部分 英语知识运用（共两节,满分 35 分） 第一节 语法和词汇知识运用（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，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。 例:Mr. Smith owns ______ collection of coins than anyone else I have ever met. A. larger B. a larger C. the larger D. large 答案是 B。 21. There’s no doubt that life today in China is much better than _______ in the old days. A. those B. it 22. — I hear you are to go to Tibet alone? A. You got it C. Come on A. that B. where C. one D. that
— _______. It’s my dream to go on an adventure there. B. I can’t agree more D. I’d like to C. which D. who
23. She suggests another approach, one, I think, ________ suits us better. 24. A child with a happy, easy-going _________ is more likely to succeed in the future. A. appearance. B. nature. C. attitude. D. behavior 25. His shop was so well managed that he sold in just 5 months ________ his competitor sold in a year. A. how A. to expect A. whether A. was witnessed C. had witnessed second to boy’s. A. the；不填 A. will B. a; the B. can C. a；不填 C. might D. the; 不填 D. should 30. I stayed up late last night, so if anyone _________ come, say I am not at home. 31. — When did you come back last night? — It was not until 11 o’clock ________ the party ended. A. that A. even if A. consistent B. when B. in case B. thorough C. where C. where C. approriate D. how D. that D. punctual 32. She usually keeps her valuables, such as jewels and money, _________ she believes secure. 33. It must be George. These actions are _________ with his principles. 34. — Do you feel like going to their wedding? —Sure, so long as we_______. A. have invited B. were invited C. will be invited D. are invited 35. Please hand on the papers to those _______ at the back of the classroom. B. what B. expected B. when C. whether C. expects C. but B. was witnessing D. have witnessed D. why D. to be expecting D. unless 26. As a considerate secretary, she never fails to know what ________ in her daily routine. 27. How can they expect to learn anything ___________ they never listen? 28. The past 30 years _________ the greatest changes taking place in China.
29. The early 1950s was still _______ time when girl’s education was always placed ________
第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项（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。 Recently I was on a team traveling in a foreign country with some friends and some strangers. We were all given serving 37 . 38 everyone, but it was hard to do so. Some people liked 39 it slow, some even didn't know what I was 36 to perform, such as cleaning and cooking. I was in the team
On the first day I tried hard to 40
it when you served them fast and some people some grew 42 41 .
on their plates as they didn't speak English. If they weren't served in the way they wanted, So the next day, I tried a different way. I learnt how to say "Would you like ..." in several and tried to make sure that they understood me. So when people I even said something 46 43 to me, I smiled at 45 back.
them and said "Would you like some
44 ?" Whether they said yes or no, I just 47
to them, like their beautiful hats or cool sunglasses. To be them! I was so enthusiastic that
honest, I wasn't sure if I was making them smile, or just we actually ran out of beans before everyone got served! Then we 48
to do other things for people that weren't our duty too, like cleaning up, or 49 to do their own. 52 . After a few days, whenever I 53 their day and 50 when we did this, then they realized that they were getting a
washing dishes when everyone was At first people were 51
without giving anything in return and they would be
saw people I had served they smiled and thanked me, saying how it had that we hadn't just put food on their plates. We were even 36. A. chances 37. A. meals 38. A. comfort 39. A. enjoyed 40. A. talking 41. A. impatient 42. A. parts 43. A. turned over 44. A. soup 45. A. shouted 46. A. important 47. A. encouraging 48. A. managed 49. A. supposed 50. A. satisfied 51. A. favor 54
the best servers at the end! So sometimes a smile or a C. experiments C. drinks C. inform C. preferred C. checking C. generous C. nations C. came up C. beans C. talked C. native C. injuring C. explained C. tended C. impressed C. parcel D. roles D. patients D. meet D. admired D. serving D. hungry D. minutes D. made sense D. beef D. smiled D. personal D. bearing D. volunteered D. permitted D. confused D. present
attitude makes all the difference! B. duties B. customers B. please B. hated B. pouring B. sensitive B. languages B. brought back B. salt B. fought B. familiar B. annoying B. aimed B. suspected B. surrounded B. reward
52. A. serious 53. A. dealt with 54. A. persuaded into 55. A. modest
B. curious B. brightened up B. awarded as B. careful
C. grateful C. filled up C. prepared for C. determined
D. respectful D. swept off D. admitted by D. positive
第三部分 阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，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。 A On March 19, Malala Yousafzai, a 15-year-old Pakistani student and women’s education activist, returned to the classroom for the first time since being violently attacked by a member of the Taliban--a terrorist organization-- on October 9, 2012. Malala was shot on her way home from school in Mingora, Pakistan. A Taliban group took responsibility for the attack, saying the attack should serve as a warning to others. Members of the group follow a strict version of the local religion and believe girls should not go to school. Malala was targeted because she is appealing for girls’ rights to education in Swat Valley, Pakistan. Malala recovers from the attack at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England. After a long period of recovery, Malala is starting as a ninth-year student at Edgbaston High School. It is the oldest independent girl school in Birmingham, England. Though she has no concrete plans to return to Pakistan, Malala still speaks out as a voice for change in her country, and everywhere. “I am excited that today I have achieved my dream of going back to school. I want all girls in the world to have this basic opportunity,” Malala said in a statement. “I miss my classmates from Pakistan very much but I am looking forward to meeting my teachers and making new friends here in Birmingham.” Malala has been an Internet blogger, or writer, since she was 11 years old. In 2011 she was awarded Pakistan’s National Peace Award for her bravery in writing about the difficulties of life and education in the shadow of the Taliban. She has spoken publicly about children’s rights and been nominated（提名）for an international children’s peace prize. After the attack in 2012, support for Malala poured in from around the world. The United Nations declared November 10 Malala Day. Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said the day honors Malala and shows the world that people of all sexes, all backgrounds and all countries stand behind the heroine(女英雄). 56. Malala was violently attacked by the Taliban when ______. A. serving as a warner C. staying in classroom A. she didn’t obey the school rules C. she called on girls to go to school 58. What can we learn from Paragraph 2? A. Malala is still concerned about her homeland. B. Malala will return to Pakistan soon. C. Malala recovered shortly after the shot. B. going home after school D. playing at home B. she planned to study in England D. she fought against the Taliban
57. Malala was shot for the reason that ______.
D. Malala will study in a Pakistani school. 59. The United Nations declare November 10 Malala Day because ______. A. November 10 is Malala’s birthday B. Malala has been awarded an international children’s peace prize C. Malala has made great achievement in writing D. Malala has advocated the right to children’s education 60. What’s the best title of this text? A. A terrorism attack C. The Taliban’s threat B. An education activist D. The return of a heroine B Jabbar was one of the best basketball players in history. He was the NBA's most valuable player six times and a 19-time All-Star. When he retired in 1989 he was the NBA’s all-time leading scorer with 38,387 points. That record has still to be broken. After retirement, Jabbar began scoring in the literary world. He has written seven bestselling books. In his new children’s book What Color is My World?, he shines the spotlight on African-Americans inventors whose achievements often went unnoticed. A reporter recently interviewed him in New York City. R: The title of your new book is What Color is My World, but the subtitle is The Lost History of African American Inventors. Why do you say it’s a lost history? K: African-American inventors made some very significant contributions to American life and world culture, but they’re not acknowledged. So I think I should put something in the spotlight. R: Why did you choose to present this information in the form of a children’s book? K: I thought kids, especially African-American kids, needed to know this information. They should get this information at an early age so that they can have an idea of what’s possible. So many kids are told that sports and entertainment are the fields that they should go into, and everything else is ignored. I wanted to put something out there that gave them a broader picture of what is possible. R: How did you combine facts with a good story? How did you decide on which inventors to include? K: The inventors I chose all made significant contributions to American life. So, everybody likes ice cream, but nobody knows about the guy who invented the ice-cream scoop（勺子）. Everybody likes potato chips, but nobody really knows that a black cook invented potato chips. Things like that get through to people because these are things that are a part of their everyday life. Once they see black people were involved in inventing it, it changes things. 61. The underlined phrase “shines the spotlight on” in the second paragraph can be replaced by“______”. A. directs people’s attention to C. thinks highly of B. is very interested in D. appeals to people not to disturb
62. Why did Jabbar write the book What Color is My World?
A. To provide an instructive literary book for parents. B. To make people recognize the contributions African-Americans made. C. To show he also has literary talent besides the talent in basketball. D. To raise money for poor African-American kids. 63. What did Jabbar intend to tell Afican-American kids in his book? A. Information about their early age. B. Fields they shouldn’t go into. C. Things than can be ignored. D. Ideas of what is possible. 64. According to Jabbar’s words in the last paragraph, ______. A. not everybody likes ice cream and potato chips B. ice cream and potato chips are both invented by a black cook C. his book may change people’s attitude to black people D. things in everyday life are easier to be described in books C It is often said that you cannot “teach an old dog new tricks”, but three New Zealand dogs have decided to prove otherwise by learning a skill --- driving a car! What's even more impressive is that the three who have become skilled in just eight weeks are not special dogs that belong to some rich owners, but abandoned ones at New Zealand's SPCA. To get their training started, 10-month old Porter, 18-month-old Monty and one-year-old Ginny were selected from a pool of seven potential candidates and moved to Animal Q, a talent agency that teaches animals tricks for movies and television shows. The driving classes began with teaching the dogs some basic driving techniques like turning the steering wheels（方向盘）and applying the brakes. After that the dogs practiced everything they had learnt behind the wheels of a motorized 装上发动机的） Then finally, it was time for （ car. the big test--- driving a real car! Human cars are not really built for four-legged animals, so the car they drove was adjusted so that the dogs could sit comfortably and easily reach the steering wheel with their paws. Though they all seemed to do very well, the real test came on Monday night when Monty, the best driver of the three, showed his great driving skill on live television. Why would the SPCA go through so much trouble to highlight the skills of homeless dogs? The reason is to show that adopting a dog from a shelter does not mean owners are getting a pet that is worse than one purchased from a keeper. The CEO of the SPCA is hoping that this unusual event will be enough to convince the residents of New Zealand to consider them, when searching for a pet. We surely hope so, meanwhile we are almost certain that these three pioneers have at least landed their names in the Guinness World Records, creating a category that probably does not even exist today!
65. Who do the three dogs belong to? A. Some rich owners. A. About two months. C. About 18 months. B. Animal Q. C. A shelter. D. A zoo. 66 How long do the driving classes last? B. About ten months. D. About one year.
67. The car the dogs drove was adjusted ______. A. because is was too big for the dogs to drive B. because it had no steering wheels and brakes C. to ensure the dogs could sit comfortably and drive easily D. to motorize the car and turn it to be a real one 68. Which is the right order of the following events? a. Teaching the dogs some basic driving techniques. b. Selecting three dogs and moving them to Animal Q. c. The dogs practiced everything they had learnt in a motorized car. d. Choosing the best driver to show his great driving skill on live television. e. Driving a real car. A. a-b-c- d-e B. b-a-c-e-d C. b- d- a-c-e D. a- e- c-b-d 69. Why does the SPCA decide to teach the three dogs to learn to drive a car? A. To prove old dogs can learn new tricks. B. To teach them performing tricks for movies and television shows. C. To provide amusing performances for homeless children D. To encourage people to adopt the abandoned dogs. 70. What can we learn from the passage? A. A new Guinness category for driving dogs will probably be created. B. Abandoned dogs are much cleverer than house-kept ones. C. All the dogs at New Zealand’s SPCA will soon be adopted. D. New Zealand has the most homeless dogs among all countries. D Maps of the world's population show that the majority of people today live near water. We live along coastlines, around bays, up the course of rivers and streams and on islands. We also vacation at the beach and find comfort fishing on a lake. Nothing makes small children happier than the chance of playing in water. More surprisingly, this human favor for water makes evolutionary（进化的）sense. Sure, we need drinking water to live, but we have also benefited from what's swimming under the waves. Neuroscientist Crawford of the University of North London has proposed that our ancient ancestors attached to the sea, and that their devotion paid off by allowing the human species to develop large and complex brains. Crawford claims that when humans separated from apes 类人猿） appeared in the forests （ and of Africa, they stuck close to rivers and beaches and started catching fish, clams and crabs. That seafood was packed with omega-3 fatty acids, essential fatty acids that promote brain cell growth. It's no coincidence, Crawford claims, that human brain growth began to increase rapidly once we left the woods and headed for the beach.
Scientists have also discovered that people who eat fish regularly are less likely to suffer from depression than those who eat less seafood. Biochemist Hibbelin of the National Institutes of Health has shown that across cultures there is a direct link between amount of fish eaten each week and rates of depression. More interestingly, Hibbelin and researcher Laura have found that fish is commonly used as a symbol of happiness and good health in various religions and cultures. We know that fish and the sea are good for us, and so we seek them out. We vacation on the coast and see the waves come and go, feeling happiness has taken over our brain. When we move inland, or go home from vacation, we lose touch with our sea roots and feel unhappy. 71. To explain human’s favor for water, the author ______. A. lists some examples C. analyzes some numbers A. seafood has enough water and is fresh B. fishes in the sea have large and complex brains C. our ancestors had nothing to eat but seafood D. it is abundant in fatty acids promoting brain cell growth 73. According to Crawford, human brain developed fast when we ______. A. went to the coast to spend our holidays B. left the woods and headed for the beach C. separated from apes and appeared in the forests of Africa D. discovered seafood was packed with omega-3 fatty acids 74. What’s the main idea of Paragraph 6? A. Scientists help people overcome depression. B. Fish is a kind of symbol in some religions. C. Eating fish regularly may reduce our depression. D. Happiness is linked with good health. 75. What can we infer from the passage? A. It’s good to our health to swim under the waves. B. Human has the largest and most complex brains. C. Beach is the best destination of vacation. D. It’s human nature to seek out bodies of water. B. compares some facts D. raises some questions
72. Human beings have benefited a lot from seafood because ________.
第Ⅱ卷（共 45 分）
第四部分 书面表达（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节 阅读表达（共 5 小题，每小题 3 分，满分 15 分） 阅读下面短文并回答问题， 然后将答案写到答案卡相应的位置上 （请注意题目后面的词 数要求）。  I never considered myself an environmentalist.  To me, an environmentalist was a guy in a raft to save the whales as he drifted in the Pacific. But in 2001, that changed when I randomly read an article in a Time magazine about global warming, picturing potentially terrible consequences within the century. As a mother of four, __________ —— this century is my children’s lifetime. I was suddenly inspired and determined to take action to fight global warming. I spent the next five years joining environmental groups, attending conferences, meeting with scientists and attending the political debates.  I was interested in the question of how to attract the public’s attention on a subject as complex as global warming. One night, in a casual discussion with friends, we came up with an idea, which was to put sculptures on the sidewalk, each giving a solution to global warming, forcing people to face the issue, but in a non-threatening manner.  As a participant at the 2006 Clinton Global Initiative, I committed to call on more people to take part. Before long we established the non-profit organization, Cool Globes, aiming to use the medium of public art to raise awareness of global warming.  Later, the Chicago Cool Globes exhibit was hugely successful. Millions of people experienced Cool Globes and the exhibit inspired more online individuals and more cities across the country and around the world to apply the project and adopt solutions to global warming in their daily life.  Cool Globes has been an exciting project from day one. I’m proud of all the hard work by so many who have made this possible. I do believe it will make a difference in fighting global warming. 76. Fill in the blanks in Paragraph 2 with proper words. (no more than 5 words) ____________________________________________________________ 77. List three activities that the writer took part in to fight global warming. 1)__________________2)____________________3) ____________________ 78. Complete the following statement with proper words from Paragraph 3. (no more than 5 words) People are forced to face the issue of globol warming by________________,with a solation on each of them. ________________________________________________________________ 79. What is cool Globes? (no more than 15 words) ________________________________________________________________ 80. What’s does the underlined word “it” in the last paragraph refer to? (no more than 2 words) _________________________________________________________________ 第二节 写作（满分 30 分） 在你校学习交流的美国高中生 Olson 等一行七人即将结束学习回国。 假如你是校学生会 主席李华， 你们打算 5 月 31 日晚在报告厅举办一场英语送别晚会(an English farewell party)， 为 Olson 等人送行。为此事宜，请你根据以下提示用英语写一则通知：
1. 说明举办晚会的目的、安排等； 2. 向全校师生征集晚会节目和建议； 3. 欢迎师生参加并提出要求。 注意：1. 词数：120-150，开头与结尾已经写好，不计入总数； 2. 可适当增加细节， 以使行文连贯。 Dear fellow students, We are to hold a farewell party for our foreign friends Olson and his fellows. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ All are welcome! Students Union
答案及听力原文 第一部分：听力 （每题 1.5 分, 共 20 题; 满分 30 分） 1-5. ACABB 6-10. CCAAC 11-15. CBBBA 16-20. CBCAB 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（共 15 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 15 分） 21-25. DAABB 26-30. ABDCD 31-35. BCADC 第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 36-40. BABCD 41-45. ABCCD 46-50. DBDAD 51-55. ACBBD 第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题，每题 2 分，满分 40 分） 56-60. BCADD 61-65. ABDCC 66-70. ACBDA 71-75. ADBCD 第四部分：书面表达（共 2 节，满分 45 分） 第一节：阅读表达（共 5 小题；每小题 3 分，满分 15 分） 76. it worried me 或 it made me worried 或：I was /became worried/nervous. 77. 答出以下其中三种即可 1) joining environmental groups. 2) attending conferences 3) meeting with scientists 4) attending the political debates 5) establishing Cool Globes 78. sculptures on the sidewalk
79. It’s a non-profit organization aiming to raise people’s awareness of global warming. 80. Cool Globes. 第二节: 写作（满分 30 分） One possible version: Dear fellow students, We are to hold a farewell party for our foreign friends Olson and his fellows. With the end of this term drawing near, they’ll go back home. They bring us a lot of fun and good memories during their stay here, so a farewell party is really necessary. The party will be held at 7:00 p.m. on the evening of May 31st in the lecture hall of our school. Some preparations should be made ahead of time. We are now collecting ideas about the party from teachers and students who are interested in it. We have prepared some programs like singing, dancing, exchanging gifts and so on. But if you have any other good ideas, please let us know. Those who are to take part can prepare a gift or a performance ahead, and we’ll invite some of you to come onto the stage to communicate with our friends face to face. So do make sure you can speak fluent English! All are welcome! Students Union 写作评分标准 评分原则 本题总分为 30 分，按 5 个档次给分。 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。 词数少于 120 和多于 150 的，从总分中减去 2 分。 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、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。 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。 如书写较差，以至影响交际，将分数降低一个档次。 第一档：满分档（30 分） 标准：书写规范；覆盖所有要点，内容充实；词汇丰富，文笔流畅，有修辞意识。 第二档：优秀档（26-29 分） 标准：紧扣主题；覆盖所有要点，内容充实；语法结构多样，词汇丰富，显示出较强的 语言运用能力。语言小错不超过 6 个。 第三档：良好档（22-25 分） 标准：紧扣主题；覆盖所有要点，内容较充实；语言有少量错误，但是基本不影响表达。 第四档：一般档（18-21 分） 标准：紧扣主题；基本覆盖所有要点，能够表达基本内容；语言错误已经影响了部分意 思的表达，但是多数句子基本正确。 第五档：较差档（13-17 分） 标准：内容不完整，要点不全面，行文不连贯；语言错误（尤其是语言大错）较多，多 数句子基本正确。
第六档：差档（7-12 分） 标准：内容混乱或主要内容偏离主题，能够写出少数与内容有关的可读句。 第七档：极差档（0-6 分） 标准：只能写出与内容相关的词语，没有有效信息；抄写其他文章或只写出与作文无关 的内容。
部分答案解析 语法与词汇 21. D. 考查代词。that 为远指，指代存在于不同的时间或空间某一事物。 22. A. 考查交际用语。You got it 表示“正是；你说对了”。 23. A. 考查定语从句。I think 为插入语；that 为定语从句中的主语，先行词为不定代词 one, 不用 which. 24. B. 考查名词辨析。nature:本质，本性 句意为：一个性格开朗、容易相处的孩子未来更 有可能获得成功。 25. B. 考查名词性从句。What 引导宾语从句。句意为：他的商店经营的如此好以至于他在 5 个月内就销售了他的竞争对手一年销售的那么多。 26. A. 考查不定式。特殊疑问词+不定式表示将来，等同于从句 what she can expect. 27. B. 考查状语从句。when 用于句中表示“既然”。句意：既然他们从不听讲，他们怎么能 指望学到东西呢？ 28. C. 考查时态和语态。句意：过去的三十年见证了中国发生的巨大变化。 29. C. 考查冠词。表示位次的名次前不加冠词。句意：20 世纪 70 年代早期还是一个女孩受 教育的地位次于男孩的时代。 30. D. 考查情态动词。should 作为情态动词，可以用在条件状语从句中，表示语气较强的 假设，译作“万一”。句意：万一有人来访，就说我不在家。 31. B. 考查特殊句式。when 引导定语从句,省略了强调句的后面成分，完整的句子为：It was not until 11 o’clock when the party ended that I came back. 32. C. 考查状语从句：where 引导的地点状语从句。句意为：她总是把贵重的东西，比如 首饰、钱等放在她认为安全的地方。 33. A. 考查形容词辨析。be consistent with 与…一致 句意：肯定是乔治。这些行为与他的原 则是一致的。 34. D. 考查时态和语态。as long as 表示“只要”，引导条件状语从句，用一般现在时表示 将来。 35. C. 考查过去分词。seated 为过去分词做后置定语，相当于 who are seated. 句意为：请把 试卷传递给坐在后面的那些人。 完形填空 36. B. 根据语境：我们每个人都分配了职责……
37. A. 根据下文语境：我在队里负责食物供应（做饭）。 38. B. 根据下文语境：作者是在想让所有人都感到满意。 39. C. 根据上文语境：有些人喜欢得到快速的服务，有些人却宁愿慢慢来。 40. D. 根据语境：有些人因为不懂英语而不知道我在他们盘里盛的是什么。 41. A. 根据语境：有些人因为没有按照他们想要的方式得到服务而变得不耐烦了。 42. B. 语境为：我学会了好几种语言问“你想要……?” 43. C．语境为：当人们向我走来时…… 44. C. 根据下文中 we actually ran out of beans before everyone got served!一句可知。 45. D. 语境为：无论他们的回答是是与否，我都回之以微笑。 46. D. 根据语境：作者是在与这些人套近乎，与他们谈及一些个人的穿戴，比如他们所戴的 漂亮的帽子或很酷的眼镜。 47. B. 根据语境：我也不知自己是在让他们微笑还是让他们烦恼。 48. D. 根据语境：我们自愿为他人做一些不是我们分内的事情。 49. A. 根据语境：这本是他们自己应该做的事情。be supposed to do 意为 “本应做……” 50. D. 根据语境：人们对于我们的做法感到不解。 51. A. 根据语境：后来他们意识到他们是在得到一种不需回报的帮助。 52. C. 根据语境：他们得到无私的帮助后很感激。 53. B. 语境为：他们说我们不仅仅把食物放在他们的盘子里，而且让他们感到阳光灿烂！ 54. B. 语境为：最终，我们被授予最佳服务员称号。 55. D. 语境为：可见有时一个微笑或积极向上的态度就能够对别人产生影响。 阅读理解 56. B 细节理解题。根据第一段中的 Malala was shot on her way home from school in Mingora, Pakistan.一句可知。 57. C 细节理解题。根据第一段中的 Malala was targeted because she is appealing for girls’ rights to education in Swat Valley, Pakistan.一句可知。 58. A 推理判断题。从第二段最后一句 Though she has no concrete plans to return to Pakistan, Malala still speaks out as a voice for change in her country, and everywhere.可知，Malala 虽然没有回国的具体计划， 但是她依然为自己国家以及每个地方的改变进行呼吁， 由 此推理，她依然在关心自己的祖国。 59. D 细节理解题。根据第四段的内容可知，Malala 之所以受到各种表彰是因为她一直为儿 童受教育的权利进行呼吁。 60. D 主旨大意题。综合全文内容，文章主要报道了 15 岁的巴基斯坦少女 Malala 因为争取 女孩子受教育的权利而受到恐怖组织塔利班的袭击， 在伤病痊愈之后重新回到学校继 续求学并继续为儿童权利进行呼吁的事情， 为此她受到世界权威机构的表彰和知名政 治人物的高度赞扬。因此 D 项“英雄的回归”为最佳标题。 61. A 词义猜测题。shine the spotlight on 本意为“把聚光灯照向??”，在这里是“把人们 的注意力引向??，使关注??”的意思。 62. B 细节理解题。 从文中 African-American inventors made some very significant contributions to American life and world culture but they’re not acknowledged. So I think I should put something in the spotlight.两句话可知，贾巴尔写这本书的目的是为了让人们了解并承
认非裔美国发明家对美国以及世界文化做出的贡献。 63. D 细节理解题。 从文中 They should get this information at an early age so that they can have an idea of what’s possible. 以及 I wanted to put something out there that gave them a broader picture of what is possible. 可知答案。 64. C 推理判断题。从文章最后一段贾巴尔说的话，特别是 Things like that get through to people because these are things that are a part of their everyday lives. Once they see black people were involved in inventing it, it changes things.可以推出答案。 65. C 细节理解题。从文章第二段中的 the three… are not special dogs that belong to some rich owners, but abandoned ones at New Zealand's SPCA.可知，这三只狗是属于一家动物收 容所的。 66. A 细节理解题。 从文章第二段中的 the three who have become skilled in just eight weeks 可 知三只小狗学驾驶的过程大约是两个月。 67. C 细节理解题。从文章第四段内容可知。 68. B 细节排序题。通读全文可知，人们先从动物收容所里挑选出三只小狗，把它们送往 Animal Q 学驾驶 （a） 最后让驾驶技术最好的小狗驾驶真正的汽车进行电视直播 ， （d） ， 首尾定位答案为 B。 69. D 细节理解题。 根据倒数第二段最后一句 The CEO of the SPCA is hoping that this unusual event will be enough to convince the residents of New Zealand to consider them, when searching for a pet. 可知。 70. A 推理判断题。从文章最后一句 three pioneers have at least landed their names in the Guinness World Records, creating a category that probably does not even exist today! 可 知，这三只会驾驶的小狗将会创造一项新的吉尼斯世界纪录。 71. A 写作手法题。为了说明人们对水的偏爱，作者在第一段里列举了许多例子。 72. D 细节理解题。从第四段最后一句 That seafood was packed with omega-3 fatty acids, essential fatty acids that promote brain cell growth. 可知答案。 73. B 细节理解题。根据第五段从 Crawford claims, that human brain growth began to increase rapidly once we left the woods and headed for the beach.可知答案。 74. C 主旨大意题。第六段的中心句是第一句…Scientists have also discovered that people who eat fish regularly are less likely to suffer from depression， 其余句子都是围绕这个中心内 容的。 75. D 推理判断题。从第一段和最后一段的内容可以推知，喜欢水并寻找有水的地方是人类 的天性。 听力原文 Text 1 W: Look at your room. Your clothes are all over the floor. M: I’ll clean it up now and when I’ve finished, we’ll go on a picnic.
Text 2 M: Hello. I’d like to return this shirt. W: May I ask why? M: I got it as a Christmas gift, but it’s too small.
W: All right. Text 3 W: Steven, I finally decided to go on a diet. M: Good for you, but don’t push yourself too hard, Lucy. W: You are right, but summer is coming and I do wish to look smarter. M: You are smart already. You see you are clever and quick in mind. Text 4 M: It was nice talking to you. I have to run to a meeting now. W: OK! Maybe we can meet sometime soon. M: Yea, love to. Why don’t you drop by my house sometime? W: Great! Text 5 M: Who put these piles of magazines in my office? W: Alice did. She said you are going to take them back to the library. M: Oh, that’s right. She did ask me to take some magazines back to the library for her. I completely forgot. Text 6 W: Would you like a piece of chicken? M: Yes, please. It’s delicious. Did you cook it yourself? W: Yes, I learned to cook it at the Kentucky Fried Chicken. One of my friends is working there. How about some sandwiches? M: Well, just one please. Hmm… it’s nice. You bought them at Kentucky Fried Chicken, didn’t you? W: No. I made them myself, too. Let me give you some more. There are plenty more. M: Oh, my god. You are really great. They are so nice. But I’m full. Thanks. I’d like a cup of tea, please. W: OK, here you are. M: Thank you. What a delicious dinner! Text 7 W: I say, aren’t you Bob Partridge? We were at school together, I think. M: I’m Bob Partridge all right. But what’s your name, please? W: Don’t you remember me? I’m Nancy Nightingale. I’m the one who sat at the back and always gave wrong answers. M: Now I remember you. You were captain of the school volleyball team. W: But this really is a surprise. It must have been ten years since we last met in London, wasn’t it? And now we run into each other in Paris! M: It’s my first visit here. Oh, meet my wife, Rosita.
W: Oh,very nice to meet you, Rosita! M: Rosita speaks no English. She comes from a small Italian town. W: And how much Italian do you speak? M: Not a word. W: So you don’t speak Italian and Rosita doesn’t speak English. How did you manage to get married? M: We can manage quite well, and well, we haven’t quarreled yet. Text 8 M: Hey, Ellen. How are you? W: I' m fine, Bob. Aren’t you glad this term is over? M: Yes. Are you going to the rock concert Friday night? W: I haven't thought much about it. Are you? M: Sure. Would you like to go with me? W: Sounds like fun. M: You'll have to buy your own ticket, though. W: Come on, Bob! Let me pay for the tickets. M: Wow, when did you come into so much cash? W: You know, I' m a waitress at the Student Center. Anyway, now that final exams are almost over. I'd love a night out. M: Since you've been so great about buying the tickets, why don't I take you out to dinner? W: You've got a deal. Let's buy the tickets now. Text 9 M: Hi, Wendy. W: Oh, Jonny. How are you doing? Busy? M: No, not at all. I've been a couch potato lately, killing time by watching TV. Oh, by the way, did you hear the news? W: No, what is it? M: They are going to turn the city square into an amusement park. W: Wonderful. I am glad, that big and ugly thing will be gone. M: You really are? In my opinion, the square is 100 times better than any amusement park. W: I don't see it, why? M: The square is a symbol of our city and is a nice place to have a walk for everybody. W: Well, I don't know if that huge and boring thing can be our symbol, but I know for sure the city has dozens of parks where you can take a nice walk. M: I know what you mean, but don't you think that we will no longer have peace and quite once the amusement park opens? W: Does that matter? To me more importantly, the amusement park means employment.
M: So what? W: Income. If you have income, you have money to spend, and in turn, it will create more jobs. Text 10 I saw a really good video last night when I was taking care of the kids. My sister asked me to look after my two nieces for a couple of hours while she went to see the doctor. They’re both nine years old, they’re twins. I was a bit tired but I know they love watching films, so on my way to the house I went to the video shop and rented a Disney classic. I’d seen it myself 20 years ago when I was their age, so I was sure they’d enjoy it, and I was right. My nieces love dogs and as the film is about two dogs who fall in love, they sat in front of the TV for over an hour without moving! It’s a complicated love story because one of the dogs lives in the rich part of town and is very carefully looked after and has everything a dog could want, but the other is a street dog who lives on the poor side of town and has nothing. So it’s a bit like Romeo and Juliet! But of course it’s a Disney film, so although there are some sad moments when we all cried, there’s a happy ending. Everybody who’s seen the film always remembers the scene when the two dogs are eating a plate of spaghetti which ends in a kiss!
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