全卷分第 I 卷(听力)，第 II 卷(英语知识运用)和第 III 卷（读写能力测试）三大部分
第I卷 听力理解 (共三节，满分 30 分)
br />做题时，先将答案标在试卷上。录音内容结束后，你将有时间将听力部分第一节和第二 节上面的答案转涂到机读卡上。 第一节（共 5 小题；每小题 1．5 分，满分 7.5 分） 听下面 5 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 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和 阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1．Where sloes this conversation probably take place？ A．In an office. B. In a drugstore. C. In a department store. 2．Carl the woman go to the concert？ A. No，she can’t. B．Yes，she can go with her mother. C．Yes，after she goes to her mother’s office． 3．Where does the woman live？ A．Rome. B．Paris. C．San Francisco. 4．Where did the noise that the woman heard come from？ A．The children’s playing． B．The vase broken by someone． C．The cat’s playing． 5．How much will it cost the woman to send the package？ A. $5， B. $4 ． C．＄4 ．5． 第二节（共 15 小题每小题 1．5 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，从每题所给的 A、B,C 三个选 项中选出最佳选项，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各个小 题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 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．What will Mrs．White probably NOT do on the fifth？ A. Go to Chicago. B. Shopping in Chicago. C. Go to Salt Lake City. 7．How long will Mrs．White stay in Salt Lake City？ A．Two days. B. Three days. C. One day. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8．What is the caller’s number？ A．2687435 ． B．7732398． C．7733298． 9．What does Mrs．Adams want to tell her husband？ A．To pick her rip at I p．m.. B．Her mother would come on Thursday． C．To ring her at home． 10．Which of the following is TRUE？
A．Mrs．Adams was calling from her home． B．Mr. Adams’mother was arriving at I p．m.. C．Mr．Adams was not in his office then． 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11．What does the man ask Zhou Lan for? A．A book. B. A magazine. C. A newspaper. 12．What’s“the Red Rose”？ A．A performance. B. A theatre. C. A pop group. 13．What time will the two speakers meet at the theatre？ A．At 6：10． B．At 6：50． C．At 6：30. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14．Who is the man？ A．The repairman. B. The woman’s friend. C. The woman’s neighbor. 15．When will the man come？ A．Tomorrow afternoon． B．Tomorrow morning. C．In a while． 16．Who often broke the window according to the dialogue`? A．Erica Stone’s children． B．Erica Stone herself. C．Not mentioned． 听第 10 段材料，用恰当的词填空，完成第 17 至 20 题。 The source of this news: 17 , New York. Time: 18 . Reason: 19 . Result: 20 and the dead were sent to the nearest town. 第 II 卷 I. 英语知识运用 （共两节，满分 45 分）
单项填空 (每题 1 分 共 15 分)
21.＿＿＿ youself in the illegal business, it is difficult to escape being punished by the law. A. Involve B. Involving C. Involved D. To involve
22.No matter how ______ , it is not necessarily lifeless. A. may a desert be dry C. a desert may be dry B. dry a desert may be D. dry may a desert be
23.Some people in B eijing go to work h alf an hour earli er every da y to avoid A. to catch in the traff ic jam . B. b eing caught D. catching the exa m?
C. to be cau ght 24. — Are you
— Yes. I have be en doing it for 3 h ou rs. A. prepared C. prepared for B . preparing D. preparing for
25.He tried to be n ot A. involved C. to be inv olved
in t his endless argum en t.
B. involving D. involve
26.It rained last night and the flower don’t need_____, so he ______water the flowers. A. being watered; doesn’t need to C. to water; needn’t 27.Only when you are in poor health is__________ . A. will you; priceless C. you will; priceless B. will you; worthless D. you will; worthless B. watering; needn’t to D. to be watered; doesn’t need to realize that health
28.On the bank of the river, we found him _________on a bench, with his eyes________ on a kite in the sky. A. seated; fixed B. sitting; fixing C. seated; fixing D. sitting; being fixed 29.—________100 cents make a dollar? —________about it. A. Does; It’s no doubt B. Do; There’s no wonder C. Does; There’s no doubt D. Does; It’s no wonder 30.It is the fact _________he doesn’t know his own birthday ________surprises us all. A. which; which B. that; that C. which; that D. that; which 31.Unwilling to _________their children, the old couple moved to the nursing home. A. be burdened with B. be a burden to C. be a burden with D. be burdened by 32.Though _________of money, his parents managed to send him to university. A. lacking B. lack C. lacked D. to lack 33. I wonder if your brother likes to play football. If he did, so____ mine. A. is B. do C. would D. will 34. Tianjin with Tianjin and you will find that Dalian is a better place to live in. A. To compare B. Comparing C. Compare D. Compared 35. children abroad for a tour can be a great honor for an ordinary person like me. A. Taking B. Taken C. Being taken D. Having been taken
II. 完型填空（共 20 小题，每题 1.5 分，共 30 分） When Alice started to cycle home from Jenny’s house, she wasn’t nervous. She was certainly not afraid of the dark. 36 , it was only a 15-minute ride home. But halfway there, she began to wish that she hadn’t been so As she rounded a sharp bend, it suddenly 38 37 .
cold－very cold. Alice’s breath
became puffs of white cloud and her legs were so cold that it became hard to ride. With her heart beating fast, she struggled so hard to move 39 that she didn’t
hear the car which suddenly appeared beside her. She stopped by the road. The big black car also 40 . Slowly, the passenger-window began to slide down. Alice held 41 . Then, the light
her breath. In the soft light inside the car, something
brightened and Alice was staring at a sweet, grey-haired old lady. “Hello, dear,” said the old lady. “I need 42 . I’m afraid I’m lost. I need to find the nearest
airport. I must be there in the next five minutes. ” “Airport? You kilometers 44 43 are lost,” Alice said. “You need to go back five
you reach the T-junction. Turn left and 45 for about another 10
kilometers to the main highway. From there, just follow the 46 to the airport. But I’m afraid there’s no 47 you’ll get there in five minutes!” “Thank you very much, dear.” replied the old lady. “Don’t worry—I’ll 48 in time. ” The 49 moved up and the car started off. A little way ahead, it 50 and with
headlights flashing, it drove past Alice. But then, something 51 happened. The car began changing. First, its color 52 from black to silvery- grey. And then the
wheels began disappearing, but the car continued to move forward, 53 just above the ground. As the car 54 into the dark sky, the big red tail-lights grew larger
and larger and glowed more and more brightly. With a faint whistling 55 , the car was gone in seconds, leaving Alice shaking her head in disbelief? 36. A. Therefore B. Otherwise C. However 37. A. curious 38. A. proved 39. A. forward B. stubborn B . grew B. backward C. brave C. fell C. aside
D. Besides D. excited D. seemed D. around
40. A. stayed 41. A. dropped B. started B. moved
C. arrived D. stopped D. existed D. gas D. normally
C. gathered C. help
42. A. rest B. water
43. A. basically B. certainly C. necessarily 44. A. unless 45. A. follow 46. A. notices 47. A. time 48. A. make it 49. A. headlight 50. A. turned B. as B. march B. guidance B. way B. finish it B. wheel B. continued C. if C. drive C. address C. doubt C. have it C. door C. passed D. until D. walk
D. signs D. room D. get it D. window D. rushed
51. A. imaginable 52. A. spread
C. strange D. sensitive D. approved D. floating D. returned D. voice
C. developed C. rolling
53. A. drawing 54. A. broke 55. A. sound
B. rose C. pointed B. tone C. tune
第 III 卷
（共三部分，满分 75 分）
第一部分. 阅读理解（每题 2 分，共 32 分） A Along the river banks of the Amazon and the Orinoco there lives a bird that swims before it can fly, flies like a fat chicken, eats green leaves, has the stomach of a cow and has claws (爪) on its wings when young. They build their homes about 4.6m above the river, an important feature (特征) for the safety of the young. It is called the hoatzin. In appearance, the birds of both sexes look very much alike with brown on the back and cream and red on the underside. The head is small, with a large set of feathers on the top, bright red eyes, and blue skin. Its nearest relatives are the common birds, cuckoos. Its most striking feature, though, is only found in the young. Baby hoatzins have a claw on the leading edge of each wing and another at the
end of each wing tip. Using these four claws, together with the beak (喙), they can climb about in the bushes, looking very much like primitive birds must have done. When the young hoatzins have learned to fly, they lose their claws. During the drier months between December and March hoatzins fly about the forest in groups of 20 to 30 birds, but in April, when the rainy season begins, they collect together in smaller living units of two to seven birds for producing purposes. 56．What is the text mainly about? A．Primitive birds and hoatzins of the Amazon. B．The appearance and living habits of hoatzins. C．Hoatzins in dry and rainy seasons. D．The relatives and enemies of hoatzins. 57．Young hoatzins are different from their parents in that_________ ． A．they eat a lot like a cow C．they look like young cuckoos B．they live on river banks D．they have claws on the wings
58．What can we infer about primitive birds from the text? A．They had four wings like hoatzins. B．They had a head with long feathers on the top. C．They had claws to help them climb. D．They could fly long distances. 59．Why do hoatzins collect together in smaller groups when the rainy season comes? A．To keep themselves warm. C．To find more food. B．To produce their young. D．To protect themselves better. B Rae Armantrout, who has been a poetry professor at the University of California San Diego(UCSD) for two decades, has won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize in the poetry category for her most recent book, “Versed”. “I’m delighted and amazed at how much media recognition that the Pulitzer brings, as compared to even the National Book Critics Award, which I was also surprised and delighted to win,” said Armantrout. “For a long time, my writing has been just below the media radar, and to have
this kind of attention, suddenly, with my 10th book, is really surprising.” Armantrout, a native Californian, received her bachelor’s degree at UC Berkeley, where she studied with noted poet Denise Levertov, and her master’s in creative writing from San Francisco State University. She is a founding member of Language Poets, a group in American poetry that analyzes the way language is used and raises questions to make the reader think. In March, she won the National Book Critics Circle Award for “Versed.” “This book has gotten more attention,” Armantrout said, “but I don’t feel as if it’s better.” The first half of “Versed” focuses on the dark forces taking hold of the United States as it fought the war against Iraq. The second half looks at the dark forces casting a shadow over her own life after Armantrout was diagnosed with cancer in 2006. Armantrout was shocked to learn she had won the Pulitzer but many of her colleagues were not. “Rae Armantrout is a unique voice in American poetry,” said Seth Lerer, head of Arts and Humanities at UCSD. “Versed”, published by the Wesleyan University Press, did appear in a larger printing than her earlier works, which is about 2,700 copies. The new edition is scheduled to appear in May. 60. According to Rae Armantrout, ____________. A. the media is surprised at her works B. she likes being recognized by her readers C. her 10th book is much better D. her winning the Pulitzer is unexpected 61. What can we learn about “Versed”? A. It is a book published two decades ago. B. It partly concerns the poet’s own life. C. It consists of three parts. D. It is mainly about the American army.
62. Rae Armantrout’s colleagues think that she ____________. A. deserves the prize C. should write more B. is a strange professor D. has a sweet voice
63. What can we learn from the text?
A. Armantrout got her degrees at UCSD. B. “Versed” has been awarded twice. C. About 2,700 copies of “Versed” will be printed. D. Cancer made Armantrout stop writing. C It is reported that conservation groups in North America have been arguing about the benefits and dangers of wolves. Some groups believe wolves should be killed. Other people believe wolves must be protected so that they will not disappear from the wilderness (荒野) For Killing Wolves In Alaska, the wolf almost disappeared a few years ago, because hunters were killing hundreds of them for sport. However, 1aws were established to protect the wolves from sportsmen and people who catch the animals for their fur. So the wolf population has greatly increased. Now there are so many wolves that they are destroying their own food supply. A wolf naturally eats animals in the deer family. People in the wilderness also hunt deer for food. Many of the animals have been destroyed by the very cold winters recently and by changes in the wilderness plant life. When the deer can’t find enough food, they die. If the wolves continue to kill large numbers of deer, their prey (猎物) will disappear some day. And the wolves will, too. So we must change the cycle of life in the wilderness to balance the ecology. If we killed more wolves, we would save them and their prey from dying out. We’d also save some farm animals. In another northern state, wolves attack cows and chickens for food. Farmers want the government to send biologists to study the problem. They believe it necessary to kill wolves in some areas and to protect them in places where there is a small wolf population. Against Killing Wolves If you had lived long ago, you would have heard many different stories about the
dangerous wolf. According to most stories, hungry wolves often kill people for food. Even today, the stories of the “big bad wolf'” will not disappear. But the fact is wolves are afraid of people, and they seldom travel in areas where there is a human smell. When wolves eat other animals, they usually kill the very young, or the sick and injured .The strongest survive .No kind of animal would have survived through the centuries if the weak members had lived. And has always been a law of nature. Although some people say it is good sense to kill wolves, we say it is nonsense! Researchers have found wolves and their prey living in balance. The wolves keep the deer population from becoming too large, and that keeps a balance in the wilderness plant life. The real problem is that the areas where wolves can live are being used by people. Even if wilderness land is not used directly for human needs, the wolves can’t always find enough food. So they travel to the nearest source, which is often a farm. Then there is danger. The“big bad wolf”has arrived! And everyone knows what happens next. 64. Some people are against killing wolves because ________. A. there are too many deer in the wilderness B. wolves are afraid of people and never attack people C. wolves help to keep the ecological balance in the wilderness D. there is too small a wolf population in the wilderness 65. According to those against killing wolves, when wolves eat other animals, ________. A. they might help this kind of animals survive in nature B. they disturb the ecological balance in the wilderness C. they never eat strong and healthy ones D. they always go against the law of nature 66. The last sentence “And everyone knows what happens next” implies that in such cases _______. A. wolves will find enough food sources on farms B. people will leave the areas where wolves can live
C. farm animals will be in danger and have to be shipped away D. wolves will kill people and people will in turn kill them D “Old wives tales” are beliefs passed down from one generation to another. For example, most of us remember our patents’ telling us to eat more of certain foods or not to do certain things. Is there any truth in these teachings? Some of them agree with present medical thinking, but others have not passed the test of time. Did your mother ever tell you to eat your carrots because they are good for your eyes? Scientists now report that eating carrots can help prevent a serious eye disease called macular degeneration. Eating just one carrot a day can reduce the possibility of getting this disease by 40%. Garlic（蒜）is good for you, too. It can kill the type of virus that causes colds. Unfortunately, not all of Mom’s advice passed the test of medical studies. For example, generations of children have been told not to go swimming within an hour after eating. But research suggests that there is no danger in doing so. Do sweets cause tooth problems? Well, yes and no. Sticky sweets made with grains tend to cause more problems than sweets made with simple sugars. Even though science can tell us that some of our traditional beliefs don’t hold water, there is still a lot of truth in the old wives’ tales. After all, much of this knowledge has been accumulated（积累）from thousands of our traditional beliefs don’t hold water should respect this body of knowledge even as research for clear scientific support to prove it true or false 67. Which of the following is TRUE according to the text？ A. Swimming after a meal is dangerous。 B. Carrots prevent people from catching colds C. Eating garlic is good for our eyes D. Sticky sweets are damaging to our teeth 68.The author develops the third paragraph mainly_______. A. by order in time C. by cause and effects B. by examples D. by order in space
”. C. to be believable D. to be valuable
69 The phrase “hold water” in the last paragraph most probably means“ A. to be admirable B. to be smtable
70 What is the author’s attitude toward “old wives’ tales” in the text? A. Dissatisfied B. Curious C. So objective D. Objective
第二部分：任务型阅读(共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分) 根据对话情景和内容，从对话后所给的选项中选出能填入每一空白处的最佳选项，并在 答题卡上将该选项涂黑。选项中有两个为多余选项。
Sandy is at home. She is now calling Lisa, her classmate. Sandy: Hi, Lisa. Have you finished helping your parents? Lisa: I finished cleaning the living room a little while ago, but I haven’t cleaned my bedroom yet. 71 72 Do you think you’ll be finished soon?
Sandy: I know what you mean.
Lisa: I should be done in about an hour. Sandy: 73 74 I don’t understand it.
Lisa: I did the English homework last night. Sandy: Me neither. 75
We can help each other work it out.
Lisa: OK. Then we can go and have our hair cut. Sandy: Great. See you in a little while. A. I don’t math at all. B. But I haven’t started my math yet. C. Housework is tiring, and I’m tired D. What do you think we should do then? E. Why don’t we do it together this afternoon? F. Have you looked at Monday’s homework yet. G. I also hate doing the cleaning around the house.
第三部分 写作 I.短文改错 (共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10) 按要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断：如无错误，在该行右边
横线上画一个勾（√） ；如有错误（每行只有一个错误） ，则按下列情况改正： 此行多一个词：把多余的词用斜线（＼）划掉，在该行右边横线上写出该词，并也用斜 线划掉。 此行缺一个词：在缺词处加一个漏字符号（∧） ，在该行右边横线上写出该加的词。 此行错一个词：在错的词下划一横线，在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。
After five years away in my hometown ,I find that the neighborhood which I used to living in has changed a lot. The Sichuan Restaurant and the older fish shop across the street from our middle school were gone. There exist now a park that has a small river running through. The factory at the corner of Friendship Street and Zhongshan Road has been moved out of the city, and sports 82 83 76 77 78 79 80 81
center has been built in their place. The market at the corner of Friendship Street and Xinhua Road has been given way to a supermarket. Besides the bookstore next to our middle school is still there. 84 85
II.书面表达（25 分） 假定你是李华。你们学校和一所美国中学签署了教师交流协议。在过去的一年里，你们的英 文老师是来自这所中学的 Sue Wood。 不久前她返回美国任教。 请你根据写作要点和要求给 Sue 写封电子邮件。 写作要点： 1.对她表达感谢之意; 3.希望了解她的近况。 要求： 1.短文须写在答题卡的指定区域。 3.内容充实，结构完整，语意连贯。 5.邮件中不能体现本人真实信息。 Dear Sure, I’m Li Hua, one of your students in China. 2.短文词数不少于 100（不含已写好的部分） 。 4.书写须清晰、工整。 2.介绍她离开后你自己及班里发生的事情;
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参考答案 听力答案:1 一 5 CCCCC 6 一 10 CACBC 11 一 15 CCAAC 16 A 17．CNN Morning News 18．September 15th/Sep. 15th 19．Not fully known 20．The injured 单选答案: 21---25 BBBDC 26---30 DAACB 31----35 BBCCA 完型答案: 36. D. 37.C。38. B。39. A。40.D 41. B。42. C。43. B. 44. D。45.C 46. D。47. B。48. A。49. D。50. A。 51. C。52. B。 53. D. 54. B。55. A。 阅读答案一: 56. B 61.B 57．D 62. A 58．C 63.B 68.B 59．B 64.C 69.C 60. D 65.A 70.D
66. D。 67.D
71-75 CGFBE 77. living→live 81. 正确 78. older →old 79. were →are 83. their →its
改错答案: 76. in →from 80. exist →exists 84.去掉 been 作文: 【写作指导】
82. sports 前面加 a
这篇作文属提纲类作文。提纲类作文一般有较多的文字提示或说明，要求表达的内容要 点大多数以提纲的形式给出，并且比较具体明确。这种作文实际上规定了考生的表达范围， 量化了写作要点，不允许考生回避任何一项写作内容。考生在保证内容要点全部囊括的基础 上要充分发挥自己的想象力，进而组织自己的语言来表达某种思想，从而使得该题型的写作 具有一定的灵活性，能较好地体现考生的英语思维想象能力。 需要注意的问题是：这类题目包括了很多文字说明，很容易使书面表达变成翻译，因而 考生应该首先梳理要点，理清文章层次，灵活运用英语知识，采用不同的表达方式将试题要 求的要点完整准确地表达出来。 主题时态：一般现在时 中心人称：第一人称
结构：首段，表达对 Sue Wood 的想念和感激之意。
第二段介绍她离开后你自己及班里发生的事情，时态要用一般过去时。 第三段了解她的近况，表达自己的愿望及祝福。 最后在右下角署名。 表达感谢常用句型： Thank you /Thanks for... We appreciate that... We are grateful for... 询问对方近况常用句型： How is everything with you lately? Is everything going well lately? 表达愿望和祝福常用句型： I’m looking forward to your reply. I hope to ... Best wishes. Everything goes well. All the best. 署名时的常用语： Yours, 【参考范文】 Dear Sure, I’m Li Hua, one of your students in China. It’s almost a month since you left us. We all miss you and are very grateful for what you did for us. We are busy as usual. We had an English speech contest the other day. I won the first prize! This again reminds me of all your kind help. Do you still remember the trees we planted together on the hill behind the school? Yesterday, we went there and watered them. The tree you planted yourself is growing well, and the whole class decided to name it Sue Wood. Will you come back to see Sue Wood? How is everything with you lately? We hope to know more about you and your American students. Hope to keep in close touch. All the best.
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