一. 完形填空(共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分)
阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 1~15 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项 涂黑。 It was her giggling that drew my attention. Note taking really wasn’t all that fu
nny. Walking over the offender, I asked for the __1__. Frozen, she refused to give it to me. I waited, all attention in the classroom on the quiet __2 __between teacher and student. When she finally handed it over she whispered, ―Okay, but I didn’t draw it.‖ It was a hand-drawn picture of me, teeth blackened and the words ―I’m stupid‖ coming out of my mouth. I managed to __3__ it up calmly. My mind, however, was working angrily as I struggled not to cry. I figured I knew the two most_ 4
_candidates for drawing the picture. It would do them some __5 _ to teach them a lesson, and maybe it was high time that I did it! ___6___, I was able to keep myself controlled. When there were about six minutes remaining, I showed the class the picture. They were all silent as I told them how ___7 _ this was for me. I told them there must be a reason behind and now was their chance to write down anything they need to tell me. Then I let them write silently while I sniffed in the back of the classroom. As I read the notes later, many of them said something like, ―I’ve got nothing against you, ‖ or ―We’re __8_ of you.‖ But two notes, from the girls who I __9 __ were behind the picture, had a list of issues. I was too mean, too strict… Reading those notes, I realize that over the course of this year, instead of _10_ my students, I had begun commanding them to _ 11_ .Where I thought I was driving them to success I was __12__driving them away. I had some apologizing to do. But the next day in the classroom, one boy and one girl each handed me a card. The one ___13__ by all the boys expressed sincere regret for the ugly joke. The one from the girls ask for __14____. This was a lesson for both the kids and me. Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the __15_ . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A. advice A. conversation A. fold A. unusual A. good A. Thankfully A. meaningful A. proud B. note B. competition B. take B. disappointing B. harm B. Interestingly B. regretful B. fond C. reason C. argument C. cut C. likely C. favor C. Immediately C. hurtful C. afraid D. help D. battle D. throw D. annoying D. punishment D. Sadly D. forgetful D. ashamed
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A. promised A. forcing A. appreciate A. actually A. decorated A. thankfulness A. friendship
B. concluded B. encouraging B. achieve B. normally B. offered B. forgiveness B. education
C. confirmed C. comforting C obey C. immediately C. bought C. advice C. future
D. figured D. teaching D. apologize D. generally D. signed D. communication D. knowledge
二、 阅读 (共两节，满分 50 分) C If you don’t want people to know too much about you, then you had better keep your fridge contents secret, according to a British market research document released last week. Researchers peered (凝视) into the fridges of 400 people in Britain and compared the contents with the owners’ lifestyles. They claim to be able to classify the nation’s people by fridge contents. They say those people can be separated into five categories： nutrition nerds (no social sense), food faddiest (whatever’s in style), martyr mums, fast food fanatics and restaurant regulars. Nutrition nerds care much about what they put into their bodies. Their fridges are stocked with fruit, vegetables and healthy meat. People in this category tend to be highly organized and usually work in law or accountancy. The vast majority is single, but if they have a partner, that person will be similar. A fridge full of vitamins — enriched juices implies its owner works in media or fashion. They tend not to eat the foods they buy. Known as the food faddiest, they just want to be seen as purchasing the latest important things. A fridge filled with everything from steak to frozen fish suggests the martyr mum. Her fridge tends to be stocked with every kind of product, except what she herself would want. This fridge hints at difficulty balancing family and work life. Fast food fanatics always buy mineral water or soda pop. The nearest they will get to fresh fruit is tomato sauce. Their fridges hint at someone who works hard and plays hard, also, someone who is not into long term planning. Finally, a fridge filled with nothing more than a bottle of white wine and some sparkling mineral water implies an owner who is single, lives in a big city and enjoys the finer things in life. The fridge is empty because this person regularly eats in restaurants. 26. What can we know from the first two paragraphs? A. Some researchers are fond of staring at other people’s fridges. B. People don’t want others to know about their secrets.
C. The food you put in the fridge has something to do with your personality. D. There are mainly five kinds of lifestyles among British people. 27. According to the passage, people who belong to food faddiest_________. A. don’t care much about money when buying things C. often stay up late to finish their job B. will try their best to stay healthy D. prefer to ask others about what to do next
28. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. ―Nutrition nerds‖ are always organized and successful in their jobs. B. ―Food faddists‖ like to stock their fridges with all kinds of vitamins. C. ―Martyr mums‖ care themselves more than others. D. ―Fast food fanatics‖ usually do not stock their fridges with fresh fruit. 29. What will those who often dine out put in the fridge? A. All kinds of food they like. C. Fruit, vegetables and meat. 30. What is this passage mainly about? A. What people store in their fridges. C. What we should store in our fridges. B. Fridge contents and i ts owner’s secret. D. How to keep our fridge contents secret. D Robots have proved to be valuable tools for soldiers, surgeons and homeowners hoping to keep the carpet clean. But in each case, they are designed and built specifically for the job. Now there is a movement under way to build multipurpose machines-robots that can move about in changing environments such as offices or living rooms and work with their hands. All-purpose robots are not, of course, a new idea. ―It’s been five or 10 years from happening for about 50 years,‖ says Eric Berger, co–director of the Personal Robotics Program at Willow Garage, a Silicon Valley organization. The delay is in part because even simple tasks require a huge set of capabilities. For a robot to fetch a mug, for example, it needs to make sense of data gathered by a variety of sensors –laser scanners identifying potential blocking objects, cameras searching for the target, force feedback in the fingers that grasp the mug, and more. Yet Berger and other experts are confident that real progress could be made in the next decade. The problem, according to Willow Garage, is the lack of a common platform for all that computational effort. Instead of enlarging the capabilities of a single machine, everyone is designing robots and the software to control them, from the ground up. To help change this, Willow Garage is currently producing 25 copies of its model PR2 (for ―Personal Robot 2‖), a two–armed, wheeled machine that can switch off the electricity, open doors and move through a room. Ten of the robots will stay in–house, but 10 more will go to outside research groups, and everyone will share their advances. This way, Berger says, if you want to build the robotic equivalent (等同物) of a Twitter (推特网站), you won’t start by constructing a computer. ―you build the thing B. Only something to drink. D. Food rich in vitamins.
that’s new.‖ 31．The robots are mentioned to do some specific jobs EXCEPT in A．battle fields B．operation room .
C．people’s houses D．wild fields .
32．The multipurpose robot may be identified as a machine that A．can move about in changing environments and work with their hands B．can make sense of data gathered by a variety of sensors C．has a huge set of abilities to finish all the simple tasks D．has identifying laser scanners, searching cameras and force feedback
33．According to Willow Garage, we will make real progress in building all-purpose robots if ___________ . A．everyone is designing robots and the software to control them B．they can produce 25 copies of its model PR2 C．people can enlarge the capabilities of a single machine D．people can start by constructing a computer 34．Willow Garage is currently producing 25 copies of its model PR2 so as to _________ . A．design robots and the software to control them B．change the way of new robot construction research C．open doors and go to outside research groups D．go through the room and stay in-house 35．Which of the following is true according to the passage? A．To build all-purpose robots is an absolutely new movement under way. B．Building all-purpose robots was delayed because of its complexity. C．The idea to build all-purpose robots appeared about 50 years ago. D．Everyone will share their advances for they are all-purpose robots. 三. 语法填空 （共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） ： (A) There is an old Chinese tale about a woman whose only son died. She went to the wise man and said, "What magical prayers do you have 41 (bring) my son back to life?" The holy man said to her, "Fetch me a mustard（芥菜） seed from a home that has never known sorrow. We will use__42___to drive the sorrow out of your life." The woman went off immediately in search of that magical mustard seed. She came first to a splendid house,___43 (knock) at the door and said, ―I am looking for a home___44____ had never known sorrow. Is this such ___45___place?‖But she didn’t get what she wanted,
even ___46___ a single word of comfort. They told her that she had come to the wrong place and began to describe all the tragic things that recently had happened to them. The woman said to ___47____ , "Who is better able to help these poor, ____48___ (fortune) people than I, who have had misfortune of my own?" She stayed to comfort them, and then went on in search of a home where none have ever known sorrow. But___49___ she turned up, in palaces or huts, she found one tale after ___50___ of sadness and misfortune. She became so involved in ministering to other people's grief that finally she forgot about her own sorrow.
一. 完形填空（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 分） 1---15 BDACA ACCDB BADBC 二、 阅读 (共两节，满分 50 分) 第一节：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 分） 16—20CDDDA 21—25 A C D BD 26—30 C A D BB 31-35 DACBC 第二节 信息匹配（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 36. C 37. D 38. A 39. B 40. E 三. 语法填空 （共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） ： 41 .to bring 42. it 43.knocked 44.that/which 45.a 46.without; 47.herself 48.unfortunate 49.wherever 50.another 51. nor / neither 52. quicker 53. and 54. Amused / Amusingly 55. that 56. who 57. had forgotten / forgot 58. him 59. for 60.to get 四．写作（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节 基础写作（共 1 小题，满分 15 分） Last week, I was lucky enough to interview a foreign volunteer teaching in rural China, Eckart Loewe, about his way of volunteering. Eckart Loewe, born in Hamburg, Germany in 1968, began to love the countryside of Guangxi after 3-month tour (3 months’tour)in China in the summer of 1990. Since 1999, he has been a volunteer teacher in a village there. During teaching in China, he finds that Chinese parents always pay attention to their children’s grades, but ignore their natures and interests. In his opinion, if a person lives only for others ideas, he will never find the direction and power of himself. 第二节 读写任务（共 1 小题，满分 25 分） Dear mum, I’ve just received your email expressing your concern that I am being distracted from my studies because of my many after-school activities and the consequences of this for my future. (或 I’ve just received your email expressing your concern about my participation in so many after-school activities, the effect of this on my study performance and its consequences for my future.) I appreciate what you say and am sorry to have caused you so much worry. I’m also touched that you understand my reasons for being attracted to such activities. It’s true that I have been spending a lot of time with these groups but please don’t worry. I find that these groups help me to relax, develop my thinking and actually improve my school performance, although my teacher is right that I do sometimes feel tired in class. For this reason, and also to relieve you of your worry, I have decided to limit my participation to only two groups this term. This way I can still enjoy the colourful outside activities without affecting either you or my study performance. Yours,
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