第一卷 (选择题 共 115 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）
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1. What will the woman do tonight? A. See a film with the man.
B. Have dinner with the man.? C. Prepare for the coming exams.? 2. Where is the woman’s husband now? A. In Japan. B. In France. C. In England.? 3. What is the man? A. A policeman. B. A taxi driver. C. A postman.? 4. What does the man suggest the woman do? A. Send her aunt a present.? B. Write back to her aunt soon.? C. Answer her aunt’s letter by e-mail.? 5. What are the speakers talking about? A. Some way of life in America.? B. The high labor costs in America. C. The living conditions in America.? 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、7 题。 6. What is one of the bad results of using computers? A. Many people are out of work.? B. People hate to work in companies.? C. People become much lazier than before.? 7. What does the woman think we should do? A. Make full use of computers.? B. Keep pace with the times. C. Work faster and better.? 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、10 题。 8. What is the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Strangers.? B. Colleagues.? C. Classmates.? 9. What do we know about Diana? A. She is wearing a green shirt. B. She will go to England next week.? C. She is Adam’s best friend. 10. What does Norm run? A. A bank.? B. A restaurant.? C. A dance studio. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Why is the man angry with the woman? A. She forgot to give him the menu.
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B. She hasn’t kept a place for him. C. She is very rude to him.? 12. How is the problem solved? A. The woman helps the man find another room.? B. The man calls to tell his friends not to come.? C. The woman manages to get the man a table.? 13. What does the man do? A. He is a businessman.? B. He is the head waiter.? C. He is a policeman. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. Where does the conversation most probably take place? A. In a classroom.? B. In a cafe.? C. In the woman’s room.? 15. Why does the woman sometimes get angry with Rose? A. She leaves books lying around.? B. She doesn’t keep things neat.? C. She turns her radio up too loud.? 16. What do we know about the woman? A. She is fond of pets.? B. She doesn’t like her roommate.? C. She won’t live in the college.? 17. How many pictures have they talked about? A. Two.? B. Three.? C. Four.? 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. What day is it today? A. Friday.? B. Saturday.? C. Sunday.? 19. What will the weather be like at night tomorrow? A. It will be clear.? B. It will be cloudy.? C. It will be rainy.? 20. When will the weather clear up the day after tomorrow? A. Around 10:00 a.m.? B. Around 3:00 p.m. C. Around 6:00 p.m.? 第二部分： 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 45 分） 第一节：单项填空（共 15 小题；每题 1 分，满分 15 分） 21. ---- My newly-bought magazine is nowhere to be found. ---- I saw Jim leaving with ______, but I am not sure whether yours was included. A. one B. it C. some D. that 22. Fitness is important in sports, but of at least ________ importance are skills. A. fair B. reasonable C. proper D. equal 23. One of the skaters talented enough to challenge her is Asada, who _____ against her since they were junior skaters. A. would compete B. is competing C. has been competing D. is being competed 24. ---We’ve decided to visit our mother school this afternoon. Are you going with us? --- Well, ____ you are going, so will I. A when B since C if D while
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25. During the speech, the professor stopped from time to time, _________ whether those _ at the back of the classroom could hear him. A. asked; were sitting B. asking; seated C. asked; sitting D. asking; were seated 26. Niagara Falls is a great tourist _______, drawing millions of visitors every year. A. attention B. arrangement C. appointment D. attraction 27. I have been living in Fuzhou for 10 years, but seldom so lonely as now． A．have I felt B．I have felt C．had I felt D．I had felt 28. How long do you think _______ the computer company brings out a new product? A. it will be before B. will it be until C. will it be when D. it will be that 29. ---There is no doubt that your singing will ____ greatly to the success of the party. ---I’m so flattered. A. devote B. contribute C. promote D. stick 30.He didn’t hand in his homework again __ he had been given enough time to do it． A．in spite of B．as C．before D．while 31. ___ to their separate jobs, Linda’s parents spend little time talking with her about her studies. A Devoting B Devoted a lot of efforts C Devoted D Having devoted 32. According to the newly-made traffic regulations, those who are accused of drunk driving be fined at least 200 yuan. A．may B．shall C．could D．need 33. Chinese Vice-Premier called on Thursday for______ all-out effort to ensure ______ food and drug safety. A. an; a B. an; 不填 C. the; the D. 不填; the 34. What impresses me most is ______ he appears in front of others, he always wears a charming smile. A. when B. that C. wherever D. that whenever 35. --- Would you like me to show you the way？ ---_______. A. That’s very kind of you. B. Yes, you could. kkksss***555***uuu C. Good idea！ D. With great pleasure 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，从短文后所给各题的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出能填 入相应空白处的最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Not long ago, I spent the morning having coffee with Kanzi. Kanzi is a fellow of few 36 — 384 of them by formal count, though he probably knows dozens more. He has a very 37 , very expressive and very loud voice, but it's not especially good for forming words, which is the way of things when you’re a bonobo, the close and more peaceable cousin of the chimpanzee. But Kanzi is “talkative” 38 . He keeps a sort of vocabulary close at hand — three thin sheets 39 hundreds of colorful symbols that 40 all the words he's been taught or 41 on his own. He can build thoughts and sentences, all by 42 .
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Kanzi knows the value of breaking the ice. So he points to the coffee symbol on his 43 and then points to me. He then sweeps his arm wider, 44 in Sue Rumbaugh, an investigator at the Great Ape Trust, and lab supervisor Tyler Romine. Romine fetches four coffees, takes one to Kanzi, and then 45 us again. Kanzi drinks and listens 46 we talk. "He's been stubborn this morning," Sue Rumbaugh tells me, "and we couldn't get him to come out to the yard. So we had to negotiate a piece of honeydew melon 47 ." Honeydew melon is not yet on Kanzi's word list; 48 , he points to the green watermelon. Humans have a strange relationship with beasts. They are our companions and our laborers. We love them and cage them； 49 them and abuse them. And, of course, we cook and eat them. Our excuse has always been that animals are ours to do with as we 50 simply because they don't suffer the way we do. They don't think, not in any meaningful way. But one by one, the barriers we've built between ourselves and the beasts are being 51 . Humans are the only animals that use tools, we used to say. But what about the birds and apes that we now know do 52 ? And as for humans as the only beasts with language? Kanzi himself could tell you that's 53 . All of that is 54 us to look at animals in a new way. It's not 55 kks**5**u kss*55*uu to study an animal's brain; we need to know its mind. 36. A. friends B. words C. habits D. relatives 37. A. clear B. frightening C. strong D. dull 38. A. all the way B. all the more C. all the time D. all the same 39. A. filled with B. pulled up C. made of D. carried out 40. A. represent B. contribute C. require D. separate 41. A. came across B. showed off C. picked up D. turned over 42. A. pointing B. discussing C. describing D. directing 43. A. heart B. book C. table D. vocabulary 44. A. giving B. breaking C. filling D. taking 45. A. visits B. joins C. unites D. refuses 46. A. if B. after C. before D. as 47. A. in return B. in exchange C. in particular D. in turn 48. A. instead B. generally C. probably D. even 49. A. search B. hate C. sell D. admire 50. A. act B. promise C. please D. win 51. A. built up B. washed away C. figured out D. mixed up 52. A. in vain B. as usual C. in general D. as well 53. A. reasonable B. probable C. not true D. not possible 54. A. begging B. forcing C. expecting D. discouraging 55. A. useful B. important C. enough D. necessary 第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 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、D）中，选出最佳选项， 并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
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A There are two factors which determine an individual's intelligence. The first is the sort of brain he is born with. Human brains differ greatly, some being more capable than others. But no matter how good a brain he has to begin with, an individual will have a low level of intelligence unless he has opportunities to learn. So the second factor is what happens to the individual—the sort of environment in which he is brought up. If an individual is disabled environmentally, it is likely that his brain will fail to develop and he will never gain the level of intelligence of which he is capable. The importance of environment in determining an individual's intelligence can be proved by the case of the identical twins, Peter and Mark X. Being identical, the twins had identical brains at birth, and their growth processes were the same. When the twins were three months old , their parents died, and they were placed in separate homes. Peter was raised by parents of low intelligence in an isolated (与世隔绝的) community with poor educational opportunities. Mark was brought up in the home of well-to-do parents who had been to college. He was read to as a child, sent to good schools, and given every opportunity to be stimulated(刺激) intellectually. This environmental difference continued until the twins were in their late teens, when they were given tests to measure their intelligence. Mark's I.Q. was 125, twenty-five points higher than the average and fully forty points higher than his identical brother. Given equal opportunities, the twins, having identical brains, would have been tested at roughly the same level. 56. This selection can best be titled_________. A. Measuring Your Intelligence B. Intelligence and Environment C. The Case of Peter and Mark D. How the brain Influences Intelligence 57. According to the passage, the average I.Q.is _____. A.85 B.100 C.110 D.125 58. The case history of the twins appears to support the conclusion that _______. A. individual with identical brains seldom test at same level B. an individual's intelligence is determined only by his environment C. lack of opportunity blocks the growth of intelligence D. changes of the environment produce changes in the structure of the brain 59. This passage suggests that an individual’s I.Q.______. A. can be predicted at birth B. stays the same throughout his life C. can be increased by education D. is determined by his childhood B
Visitors to the Statue of Liberty and Wall Street, above, helped make New York City the country's favorite tourist destination last year. (Photo By Henny Ray Abrams/Associated Press)
number of visitors to New York City fell last year for the first time since 2001, but falls in tourism elsewhere across the United States made it the most popular destination in the country for the first time in almost two decades,
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tourism officials said on Monday. Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg painted the 3.9 percent drop -- an estimated (估计) 45.3 million visitors -- as a victory, saying that during the recession（衰退）the city had expected losing as much as 10 percent of its tourists. The city expects to recover most of the loss this year and remains on track to hit its long-standing goal of 50 million yearly visitors by 2012, the mayor said. "We have made our city cleaner, safer and more exciting than ever," Bloomberg said at a news conference at a Brooklyn restaurant. "I do think we'll continue to see even more tourists on our streets as the economy improves, and I think that we'll continue to develop better than other cities." Though many travelers stayed home simply because money was tight, the reducing number in international visitors could result from swine flu(猪流感) fears and concerns over border security measures, Bloomberg said. Still, the Statue of Liberty, which reopened its crown to tourists, reported a jump in the number of visitors. So did other New York City attractions. And the city's entertainment and hotel industry -- which provides one-tenth of the city's private jobs -- actually grew in 2009. "The lodging industry （酒店业） really is using discounting to motivate demand," he said, adding that the price drops have importantly boosted "the city's ability to keep the level of tourism that it's had." 60. What is Michael R. Bloomberg’s attitude towards New York city’s tourism industry? A. Worried. B. Optimistic. C. Annoyed. D. Concerned. 61. Declines in tourism across America could be due to the following reasons except________. A. expensive hotel price B. fear of swine flu C. border security D. lack of moneykkksss***555***uuu 62. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. More and more people tend to travel abroad due to the recession. B. The numbers of visitors to New York will continue to drop this year. C. The entertainment and hotel industry also suffered in 2009. D. The lodging industry has dropped their prices to attract tourists. 63. The underlined word “boosted” in paragraph 6 probably means_______________. A. improved B. decreased C. created D. affected C China is casting a huge shadow on the United States that many Americans are struggling to learn Chinese in order to maintain their competitive edge. "Interest in learning Chinese among American youth and their parents has grown dramatically(戏剧性的) in the past five years," said Vivien Stewart at the Asia Society, a US grow trying to bridge the gap between Americans and people of Asia and the Pacific. China, the world's most popular nation, is very important to the United States because it is a leading trader, consumer and investor. Its political influence is also
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rising across the globe. It has replaced the United States as the world's largest consumer and could become the second largest economy country in the world, after the superpower status and its telling effects politically, economically and culturally are driving the interest to learn the language, experts say. From kindergartens to high schools, studies by the Asia Society show, there is a "rapid rise" in interest among pupils to study the Chinese language. Even though the US State Department has stressed the Chinese language "important " to national prosperity(繁荣) and security, the "current infrastructure (基 础设施) to support recruitment (招募) of students and teachers as well as the growth of high quality programs is badly inadequate," an Asia Society study says. The Society has set a target of having at least 5% of American high school students learning Chinese by 2015. " Millions of Chinese are learning English, but only 24,000 Americans are learning Chinese," said Andrew Corcoran of the San Francisco - based Chinese American International School. 64. The passage mainly tells the readers that ____ . A. Americans enjoy learning foreign languages B. Chinese is becoming hot in the USA C. Language is a cultural bridge between the US and China D. Economy decides language studying 65. As a whole, American's learning Chinese is ___ A .disappointing B. crazy C. satisfying D. successful 66. According to the passage, which of the following is not the reason why Americans are becoming interested in learning Chinese? A. China is a leading consumer, trader and investor to America. B. China has a greater political influence on the world. kkksss***555***uuu C. China has become the largest economy country in the world. D. China’s rich culture is also linked with the tendency. 67. What might be the most suitable title for this passage? A. Chinese Gains its Popularity with Most Americans B. US Government Requires its People to Learn Chinese C. Americans Show Interest Learning Chinese D. China's Economy Helps to Spread its Language D Beach Safety Awareness Campaign Monthly Water Safety Demonstration Beach education efforts have started in 2006. The monthly Water Safety Demonstration occurs every last Saturday of the month. This free demonstration will show a few rescue techniques used by the Beach Patrol Officers. We share basic lifesaving skills in this interactive(相互的) part with the audience. Beach Safety Outreach Programme With the increase in the number of visitors and island offerings, we have launched the Beach Safety Outreach Programme since the 28th August 2010 to schools.
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Our goals: Students to be familiar with beach safety practices and will be able to protect themselves and others around them in open waters ? Able to care for beaches and its eco-systems in a responsible manner ? Equipped with a wide range of beach safety tips, which they can share with family members and friends Armed with our newest addition to the team, Buddy Cool, our Beach Safety First ambassador, we visit schools to spread beach safety messages. The outreach（主动提 供服务） programme aims to educate our future generations on beach safety so they are able to make discerning choices to protect themselves when in the open waters. Key Messages:
Since the launch, the Beach Safety Outreach Programme has reached out to more than 10,000 students and teachers in 6 months. These include local schools, international schools and special needs schools. To follow our mascot(吉祥物), Buddy Cool, on his journey to spread beach safety messages around the schools, visit our official Facebook page: www.facebook.com/beachsafetyfirst. To invite us for a beach safety presentation at your school or organization, do drop us an email at: email@example.com. For further details about the beaches and events: www.sentosa.com.sg. For more beach safety related links: ? Brochure download ? Beach Safety 68. What does the underlined word “discerning” mean? A. unique B. active C. wise D. bad 69. Where can you most probably find the material? kkksss***555***uuu A. In a how-to handbook for swimmers. B. Outside a popular beach C. On a website. D. A tourist safety guidebook.
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70. What can you do if you want to have someone help promote beach safety awareness in your school? A. Visit www.facebook.com/beachsafetyfirst. B. Drop an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. C. Visit www.sentosa.com.sg. D. Attend the monthly Water Safety Demonstration 71. Which of the following is RIGHT according to the passage? A. Equipped with some safety tips, you can swim after drinking some wine. B. You need the company of both parents while swimming. C. You are supposed to swim within a certain water area. D. This programme is going to reach out to over 10, 000 people in half a year. E I don’t ever want to talk about being a woman scientist again. There was a time in my life when people asked constantly for stories about what it’s like to work in a field under the control of men. I was never very good at telling those stories because truthfully I never found them interesting. What I do find interesting is the origin of the universe, the shape of space-time and the nature of black holes. At 19, when I began studying astrophysics(天体物理学), it did not bother me in the least to be the only woman in the classroom. But while earning my Ph.D. at MIT and then as a post-doctor doing space research, the issue started to bother me. My every achievement—jobs, research papers, awards—was viewed from the angle of gender (性别) politics. So were my failures. Then one day a few years ago, out of my mouth came a sentence that would finally become my reply to any and all provocations(挑衅): I don’t talk about that any more. It took me 10 years to get back the confidence I had at 19 and to realize that I didn’t want to deal with gender issues. Why should curing sexism be yet another terrible burden on every female scientist? After all, I don’t study sociology or political theory. Today I research and teach at Barnard, a women’s college in New York City. Recently, someone asked me how many of the 45 students in my class were women. You cannot imagine my satisfaction at being able to answer, 45. I know some of my students worry how they will manage their scientific research and a desire for children. And I don’t take no notice of those concerns. Still, I don’t tell them “war” stories. Instead, I have given them this: the visual of their physics professor heavily pregnant doing physics experiments. And in turn they have given me the image of 45 women driven by a love of science. And that’s a sight worth talking about. 72. Why doesn’t the author want to talk about being a woman scientist again? A. She feels unhappy working in the scientific field. B. She is fed up with the issue of gender discrimination. C. She is not good at telling stories of the kind. D. She finds space research more important. 73. From Paragraph 2, we can infer that people would think the author’s failures were due to ________. A. the very fact that she is a womankkksss***555***uuu
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B. her involvement in gender politics C. her over-confidence as a female astrophysicist D. the burden she bears in a male-leading society 74. Why does the author feel great satisfaction when talking about her class? A. Female students no longer have to bother about gender issues. B. Her students’ performance has brought back her confidence. C. Her female students can do just as well as male students. D. More female students are going in for science than before. 75. What does the image the author presents to her students suggest? A. Women students needn’t have the concerns of her generation. B. Women have more barriers on their way to academic success. C. Women can balance a career in science and having a family. D. Women now have fewer problems going in for a science career.
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Class________________ Number_____________ Name__________________
第二卷 （非选择题 共 35 分） 第四部分 写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节：短文填词（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 阅读下面短文，根据以下提示：1）汉语提示，2）首字母提示，3）语境提 示， 在每个空格内填入一个适当的英语单词，并将该词完整地写在右边相对应的 横线上。所填单词要求意义准确，拼写正确。 What do you think faith is? Faith is just l_____ a lighthouse which guides ships out of the darkness, helping a man to achieve his goals. Faith is to men ______ a lighthouse is to a ship. The importance of faith can b___ best shown in the example of the scientist Deng Jiaxian. Before he _______(成功) in making the atom bomb, he had _____ years of efforts under extremely difficult conditions. ____ is faith that makes him overcome all the difficulties. Therefore, we should d_______ the sense of faith. On one hand, we should have a positive a_______(态度) towards life. On the other hand, when f_____ with challenges in life, we should never give up but keep trying. ______ in this way can we live a meaningful life. 76. . 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________
第二节 书面表达（满分 25 分）kkksss***555***uuu 假设你是李华，福建省某中学高三学生。最近班级举行了一次讨论，主题 是“博览群书还是有选择性地阅读？” 。请你描述以下讨论的内容，并且谈谈自 己的观点。 Reading Extensively (博览群书) Reading Selectively(有选择性地阅读) 1. 不博览群书就无法了解世界 1. 中学生应该选择适合自己阅读水平的 2. 博览群书能够扩大知识面 书籍阅读 2. 不经过选择的阅读是盲目的、 效率低下 的 注意：1. 不要逐条翻译，要有理由和结论。 2. 短文开头已给出，不计入总词数。 3. 词数：120 左右。
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Reading Extensively or Reading Selectively? Recently, the problem of how we should read has become a hot point under discussion in my class. _________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ _______________________________kkksss***555***uuu_____________________________
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Key: 1-5 CBACA 6-10 ABABC 11-15 BCABC 16-20 ABACB 21-25 CDCBB 26-30 DAABD 31-35 CBBDA 36-40 BADAA 41-45 CADDB 46-50 DBADC 51-55 BDCBC 56-59 BBCC 60-63 BADA 64-67 BACC 68-71 CCBC 72-75 BADC What do you think faith is? kkksss***555***uuu Faith is just l_____ a lighthouse which guides ships out of the darkness, helping a man to achieve his goals. Faith is to men ______ a lighthouse is to a ship. The importance of faith can b___ best shown in the example of the scientist Deng Jiaxian. Before he _______(成功) in making the atom bomb, he had _____ years of efforts under extremely difficult conditions. ____ is faith that makes him overcome all the difficulties. Therefore, we should d_______ the sense of faith. On one hand, we should have a positive a_______(态度) towards life. On the other hand, when _____ with challenges in life, we should never give up but keep trying. ______ in this way can we live a meaningful life.
76. . 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85.
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Reading Extensively or Reading Selectively? Recently, the problem of how we should read has become a hot point under discussion in my class. Some students are fully convinced that they should read extensively. They hold that students cannot get a general view about the world without extensive reading. Furthermore, they insist that extensive reading can broaden their knowledge horizon. Unlike those who hold the above view, others also have reasons to believe that reading selectively is efficient, which can not only save time but also enable them to have more time to digest what they have read. What’s more, with too many kinds of books in the market, if reading without selection, the youth who still cannot tell the true from the false may be harmed greatly. There is probably some truth in both arguments, but I prefer the latter one. It goes without saying that, as young students, we should choose those books which are suitable to our reading level. Without selection, our reading may become aimless and blind, which will be less efficient.
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