第一部分：听力（共两节，满分 30 分） 第一节(共 5 小题；每小题 l．5 分，满分 7．5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一小题，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。 1. How much money
should the woman pay for the parking? A. Five yuan B. Two yuan C. Ten yuan 2. Why wasn’t the man invited to the professor’s house? A. Because he was very busy B. Because he couldn’t afford the time C. Because he offended the professor 3. Where does the woman work? A. At a bank B. At a hotel C. In the post-office. 4. When is the woman’s birthday? st th st A. April 1 B. March 30 C. March 31 5. Where is Jane and Bill’s new house? A. Near an airport B. Near a train station C. Near a highway 第二节(共 15 小题；每小题 l．5 分，满分 22．5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，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。听完每段对话或独白后，你将有时间阅读各个 小题。每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，每小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题 6. Why doesn’t woman want to apply for the job? A. The salary isn’t high enough B. The firm is far from her house C. The company isn't famous 7. What does she pay a lot for every month? A. Food B. Clothes C. Rent 听第 8 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What’s going on between Andy and Gary? A. They had a fight B. Andy was unhappy with Gary C. Gary doesn’t talk to Andy 9. How did Gary react to Andy’s advice? A. Grateful B. Angry C. Patient 10. What will Andy do when talking about giving advice to Gary? A. He won’t give any advice to Gary B. He will continue giving advice to Gary C. He will give advice to Gary in a proper way 听第八段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 10. How long will the woman be away? A. For 30 minutes B. For one hour. C. For two hours. 12. What will Billy do after the woman comes back?
A. He will also be away B. He will visit his mother C. He will meet his mother 13. Who will buy a gift on Mother’s Day? A. Only Billy B. Neither of them C. Both of them 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. Why can't the woman eat the ice-cream? A. Because doesn't like this kind B. Because she ’s on diet C. Because she’s eating something else 15. What kind of the person is the woman speaker? A. She’s fond of eating B. She’s easy to persuade C. She has a will of iron 16. How many people are mentioned in this dialogue? A. Two B. Three C. Four 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题 17. What is the talk mainly about? A. The 2010 Shanghai World Expo B. China Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo C. The most representatives symbols of Chinese gardens. 18. What can be seen on the journey of discovery? A. The forest of “Dougong” B. Some steel bridges of ancient China. C. Some high mountains and an outdoor train. 19. How long will the journey of discovery last? A. 10 minutes B. 30 minutes C. 13 minutes 20. Which is not the most representative symbol of Chinese gardens? A. Forests. B. Stones C. Bridges 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节：语法和词汇知识（共 l5 小题；每小题 l 分，满分 l5 分） 21.______ to sunlight for too much time will do harm to your skin. A. Being exposed B. Exposed C. After being exposed D. Having exposed 22. As we all known , newspapers, magazines and radios as well as broadcasts can keep us ___________ what is happening in the world. A. to inform of B. informed about C. inform about D. being informed of 23. Doctors in the hospital say that his eating habits might have _______ to his heart problems . A. caused B. mentioned C. contributed D. resulted 24. The growing speed of a plant is influenced by a number of factors ,______ are beyond our control. A. most of which B. most of them C. most of that D. most of it 25. -----Why does she leave a key to you ?
-----_________, I think . A. In convenience B. For convenience C. With convenience D. At convenience 26. __________ of his parents , he made great progress. A. To much their delight B. To the much delight C. Much to the delight D. To their delight 27. I want to see all of his films ,especially the one you ______. A. referred to B. linked to C. mentioned to D. talked to 28. The train is running _______ 120 kilometres an hour. A. at a speed B. at the speed C. at a speed of D. on a speed of 29. Though _______ not to , the boy did let out the secret. A. was told B. told C. to tell D. telling 30. ________ in the regulation that you should not tell other people the password of your e-mail account. A. What requires B. It requires C. It’s required D. What is required 31. ________ I admire David as a poet , I do not like him as a man. A. Only if B If only C. As much D. Much as 32. I finally got the job I had dreamed of. Never in my life _______ so happy. A. did I feel B. I felt C. I had felt D. had I felt 33.------Had you got any particular plans for the coming hospital? ------Yes, ________. I ’m going to visit some houses for the old in the city. A. If ever B. If busy C. If anything D. If possible 34. The play ______ next month aims mainly to reflect the local culture. A. produced B. to be produced C. being produced D. having been produced 35. She wishes her parents to ______ of her boyfriend. A. accept B. admit C. permit D. approve 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，掌握其大意，然后从所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Now that I am no longer young, I have friends whose mothers have passed away. I have heard these sons and daughters say they never fully appreciated their mothers ___36___ it was too late to tell them. I am blessed (赐福) with the dear mother who is still alive. I ___37___ her more each day. My mother does not change, but I ___38___ . As I grow older and wiser, I realize ___39___ an extraordinary person she is. How ___40___ that I am unable to speak these words in her ___41___ , but they flow easily from my pen. How does a daughter begin to thank her mother for life itself? For the love, patience and just ___42___ hard work that go into ___43___ a child? For running after a toddler (学走步的小孩), for understanding a ___44___ teenager, for tolerating (忍 受;容忍) a college student who knows ___45___ ? For waiting for the day when a daughter ___46___ how wise her mother really is? How does a ___47___ woman thank a mother for ___48___ to be a mother? For being ready ___49___ advice (when asked) or remaining ___50____ when it is most appreciated?
For not saying, “I told you so,” when she could have uttered these words ___51___ ? For being ___52___ herself-loving, thoughtful, patient, and forgiving? I don’t know how, dear God, except to ask you to bless her as richly as she ___53___ and to help me live up to the example she has ___54___ . I pray that I will look as good in the eyes of my children as my mother ___55___ in mine. 36.A.as B.that C.until D.when 37.A.approve B.appreciate C.need D.resemble 38.A.do B.have C.did D.will 39.A.how B.that C.who D.what 40.A.sad B.glad C.comic D.tragic 41.A.absence B.presence C.appearance D.existence 42.A.ommon B.plain C.normal D.usual 43.A.raising B.rising C.developing D.training 44.A.childish B.energetic C.fearless D.moody 45.A.anything B.something C.everything D.nothing 46.A.detects B.discovers C.recognizes D.realizes 47.A.pretty B.foolish C.green D.grown 48.A.failing B.intending C.continuing D.keeping 49.A.by B.with C.for D.on 50.A.silent B.quiet C.cool D.noiseless 51.A.dozen times B.a dozen of times C.dozens of times D.dozen of time 52.A.valuably B.essentially C.naturally D.virtually 53.A.devotes B.deserts C.deserves D.desires 54.A.set B.settled C.placed D.fixed 55.A.sees B.finds C.is D.looks 第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） A Jean-Michael Lourdis was a promising young pianist. But when the young man played, it seemed to him, as if his hands were iron. He worried so much about his playing that he became oversensitive (过度敏感的) to the comments of his playing. Unfortunately, in those days, a critic(批评家) was not considered a critic, unless he found something wrong. This attitude of the critics would often leave the young man ready to give up his dream and return home. He was invited to play in Helsinki. The rich, the famous, the leaders of State were all there. Jean-Michael had one of those days when everything went wrong. That night as he played, he felt as if it were the worst concert of his young life. The next day, in the newspapers, some of the comments were so unkind. The young musician was painful. That day, as he sat in his hotel room in total despair(绝望), there came a knocking at his door. He had a visitor. The famous Finnish composer(作曲家) Jean Sibelius had come by to congratulate the young pianist on his performance.
Jean-Michael asked how he thought of that and began to quote some of the newspaper critics. "Hands of iron. No imagination. Little skill, no joy. Don't you hear what they say?" he asked. Jean Sibelius looked at young Jean-Michael and said, " Remember, son, there is no city in the world where they have erected a statue(雕像) for a critic." 56. According to the passage, Jean-Michael Lourdis _________. A. was a bad pianist B. cared too much about what the critics had said C. refused to play in Helsinki D. was praised highly by the critics 57. A critic in those days usually _________. A. found fault with musicians' performances B. said kind and encouraging words to musicians C. helped musicians become famous D. asked more people to go to concerts 58. The young musician was painful because __________.. A. he was very strict with himself B. he didn't trust himself C. some of the comments were so unkind D. he felt lonely in his hotel room 59. The comments mentioned all EXCEPT __________. A. hands of iron B. no imagination C. little skill D. wonderful 60. Jean Sibelius came to visit the young musician because __________. A：he wanted to tell the young man the critics were right B：he wanted to tell the young man not to lose his temper at that time C：he wanted to tell the young man his performance was great D：he wanted to tell the young man to respect the critics' opinion B Upcoming Kids & Youth Events The Race to Space Date: February 27, 2012 Does life exist in outer space? How can we tell? In 1970 the first robot landed on the moon, and then, scientists have created different kinds of machines to move around planets to help us answer our space question. Come learn more about their interesting history. Fee: $10 for adults and children over 1 year old. Under 1 year old FREE. $9 for older people. Museum Hours: Tuesday through Sunday, 10:00am ~ 7:00pm. Closed Monday. Where: Long Island Children’s Museum, 11 Davis Ave, Garden City, NY Learn and Play Date: February 28~March 2, 2012 Fun at the farm for preschoolers. Programs by Cornell Cooperative Extension
educators are parent-child interactive (互动的). Includes story, snack and animal visits. Ages 24~60 months. Two periods available: 10:30 am~11:30 am or 1:00 pm~ 2:00 pm. $10 per child. Please call or visit our website for additional information. Where: Suffolk Country Farm and Education Center, 350 Yaphank Ave (County Road 21), Yaphank, NY Arctic Animals for Preschoolers Date: March 13, 2012 Time: 10:00am~12:00 noon Explore the frozen world of creatures that call the Arctic and Antarctic home with a Cornell Cooperative Extension educator. How do they do it? Prepare warm clothes. Ages 3~5 (with an adult). $25 per child (includes one adult, each additional adult $ 5) Where: Sport Fishing Education Center, Ocean Parkway, Babylon, NY Usdan Center Open House Date: March 31, 2012 Time: 11:00am~2:00pm Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, one of America’s largest not-for-profit(非盈利的) summer arts camps, named a “Best Of for 2010”, is now preparing for its 44th season, FREE admission. Open houses will give students and their families a chance to tour the center and get information on Usdan’s more than 40 programs – including music, dance, theater, writing, nature and chess. Where: 185 Colonial Springs Road, Wheatley Heights, NY 61. How much does it cost if your grandparents bring you to Children’s Museum after school?______ A. $29. B. $28. C. $18. D. $10. 62. In what way do you learn and play in Suffolk County Farm and Education Center?___ A. Parents and children work together. B. Children are asked to work on the farm. C. Animals can be taken home to be raised. D. Educators lead children to visit the farm. 63. What is the special feature of Sudan Center Open House?______ A. You may go there all day. B. You need register in advance. C. You can go to the camp for free. D. You are asked to show your art talent. 64. On Monday, you cannot go to . A. Usdan Center Open House B. Sport Fishing Education Center C. Suffolk County Farm and Education Center D. Long Island Children’s Museum 65. We can learn from the events that . A. the events last from February to May B. children should be with at least two adults C. visiting Sport Fishing Education Center, you must prepare warm clothes D. you can learn space knowledge in Usdan Center Open House
C The British National Health Service (NHS) was set up in 1948 and was designed to provide equal basic health care, free of charge, for everybody in the country. Before this time health care had to be paid for by individuals. Nowadays central government is directly responsible for the NHS although it is administered by local health authorities. About 83 percent of the cost of the health service is paid for by general taxation and the rest is met from the National Insurance contributions paid by those in work. There are charges for prescription and dental care but many people, such as children, pregnant women, pensioners, and those on Income Support, are exempt from payment. Most people are registered with a local doctor (a GP, or General Practitioner) who is increasingly likely to be part of a health centre which serves the community. As the population of Britain gets older, the hospital service now treats more patients than before, although patients spend less time in hospital. NHS hospitals-many of which were built in the nineteenth century-provide nearly half a million beds and have over 480, 000 medical staff. The NHS is the biggest employer in Europe although Britain actually spends less per person on health care than most of her European neighbours. During the 1980s there was considerable restructuring of the Health Service with an increased emphasis on managerial efficiency and the privatization of some services (for example, cleaning). At the end of the 1980s the government introduced proposals for further reform of the NHS, including allowing some hospitals to be self-governing, and encouraging GPs to compete for patients. Patients would be able to choose and change their family doctor more easily and GPs would have more financial responsibility. The political questions continue of how much money should be provided to support the NHS and where it should come from. 66. We can know from the first paragraph that ______. A. the original aim of the NHS was to provide equal basic health care for everybody B. people didn't have to pay for health care since the NHS was set up C. patients were charged for receiving health care before 1948 D. the NHS was an organization which gave free advice to villagers 67. What do we know about the NHS? ______ A. It's managed by the central government. B. Its cost is mainly paid for by the National Insurance contributions. C. It hires more people than any other unit in Europe. D. Fewer patients go to its hospitals than before because they spend less on health care. 68. All the following statements about GPs are true except that they ______. A. take care of the local people's health B. often take part in competitions to see who is the best C. work under high pressure nowadays D. have more responsibilities than before
69. What does the underlined word "exempt" probably mean?_____ A. suffering B. different C. prevented D. free 70. The biggest problem for the NHS is ______. A. many hospitals are too old to be used B. some services are in the charge of individuals C. more and more patients go to GPs for treatment D. there is not enough money for further reform D Do you want to live with a strong sense of peacefulness, happiness, goodness, and self respect? The collection of happiness actions broadly categorized as "honor" help you create this life of good feelings． Here's an example to show how honorable actions create happiness． Say a store clerk fails to charge us for an item．If we keep silent, and profit from the clerk's mistake, we would drive home with a sense of sneaky excitement．Later we might tell our family or friends about our good fortune．On the other hand, if we tell the clerk about the uncharged item, the clerk would be grateful and thank us for our honesty．We would leave the store with a quiet sense of honor that we might never share with another soul． Then, what is it to do with our sense of happiness? In the first case, where we don't tell the clerk, a couple of things would happen．Deep down inside we would know ourselves as a type of thief．In the process, we would lose some peace of mind and self-respect．We would also demonstrate that we cannot lie trusted, since we advertise our dishonor by telling our family and friends．We damage our own reputations by telling others．In contrast, bringing the error to the clerk's attention causes different things to happen．Immediately the clerk knows us to be honorable．Upon leaving the store, we feel honorable and our self-respect is increased．Whenever we take honorable action we gain the deep internal rewards of goodness and a sense of nobility． There is a beautiful positive cycle that is created by living a life of honorable actions．Honorable thoughts lead to honorable actions．Honorable actions lead us to a happier existence． And it's easy to think and act honorably again when we're happy．While the positive cycle can be difficult to start, once it's started, it's easy to continue．Keeping on doing good deeds brings us peace of mind, which is important for our happiness． 71．According to the passage, the positive action in the example contributes to our____． A．self-respect B．financial rewards C．advertising ability D．friendly relationship 72．The author thinks that keeping silent about the uncharged item is equal to____． A．lying B, stealing C．cheating D．advertising 73 ． The phrase "bringing the error to the clerk's attention" （ in para ． 5 ） means_ . A．telling the truth to the clerk B．offering advice to the clerk
C．asking the clerk to be more attentive D．reminding the clerk of the charged item 74．How will we feel if we let the clerk know her mistake?_______ A．We'll be very excited． B．We'll feel unfortunate． C．We'll have a sense of honor． D．We'll feel sorry for the clerk． 75．Which of the following can be the best title of this passage?______ A．How to Live Truthfully B．Importance of Peacefulness C．Ways of Gaining Self-respect D．Happiness through Honorable Actions 第四部分 写作 第一节 阅读表达。(共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，共 10 分。) Smiling is a great way to make yourself stand out while helping your body to function better ． Smile to improve your health ， your stress level ， and your attractiveness. The benefits are as follows:  Smiling makes us attractive． We are drawn to people who smile. There is an attraction factor．We want to know a smiling person and figure out what is so good because anxieties can push people away-but a smile draws them in.  Smiling Changes Our Mood Next time you are feeling depressed，try putting on a smile. Chances are that your mood will change for the better．Smiling can trick the body into helping you change your mood．  Smiling is Appealing When someone is smiling they lighten up the room，change the moods of others， and make things happier. A smiling person brings happiness with them．Smile a lot and you will draw people to you．  Smiling Relieves Stress Stress can really show up in our faces．Smiling helps to prevent us from looking tired，worn down，and overwhelmed．When you are stressed，take time to put on a smile．The stress should be reduced and you’ll be better able to take action．  ________________ When you smile，there is a measurable reduction in your blood pressure．Give it a try if you have a blood pressure monitor at home．Sit for a few minutes，take a reading．Then smile for a minute and take another reading while still smiling．Do you notice a difference?  Smiling Lifts the Face and Makes You Look Younger The muscles We use to smile lift the face，making a person appear younger．Don't go for a face lift，just try smiling your way through the day-you’ll look younger and feel better．  Smiling Helps You Stay Positive. Try this test：Smile．Now try to think of something negative without losing the smile．It is hard. When We smile our body is sending the rest of us a message that
“Life is Good！” 76. What’s the title of this passage? (within 4 words) 77．List three aspects that smile can overcome according to the passage．(within 5 words．) 78．Fill in the blank with proper words．(within 6 words．) 79. Face operation will be unnecessary if you ____________________. (within 5 words) 80. What does the word “it” in the last paragraph refer to? (not more than 10 words)
第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分） 假定你是厦门日报的一名记者。 今天上午你在去采访的路上看到以下的情景。 现在你回 到了报社，对这件事情深有感触，请你根据所发生的事情，以“ A good example for us” 为题写成一篇报道。 （词数 120 左右） 1． 时间：今天上午 10 时左右 2． 事件：一起车祸。一辆小轿车撞上了一辆自行车。骑自行车的人受重伤在地，头部流 血，动弹不得。 在场的旁观者有的不知所措，有的在犹豫是否出手相助。伤者情况危 急。幸运的是，一个恰好路过的年轻人看到当时的情况，及时实施急救，并拨打了求 救电话。在医护人员到达之前，伤者失血不多，情况明显好转。 注意： 1． 展开想象： （1）简述受伤者的情形； （2）简述救人者所实施的有针对性的急救方法 2． 称赞年轻人的品质，号召人们像他学习助人为乐的精神，并强调急救知识的重要性。 3. 注意时态、过渡词、连接词和句型的使用；不能逐字翻译。 4. 词汇提示: handkerchief (n. 手帕)； hesitate (v. 犹豫)；urgent (adj. 紧急的) A Good Example For Us _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ __________
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