英 语 试 题
命题人：葛卫红 总 分：120 分 日期：2015-5-20 时间：120 分钟
选择题（三部分，共 85 分）
第一部分：听力(共两节，满分 20 分) 第一节 （共 5 小
题；每小题 1 分，满分 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。 l. Where does the woman want to go? A. To a hotel. B. To a restaurant. C. To a bus station. 2. How does the woman feel? A. Happy. B. Sorry. C. Angry. 3. How is the man going home? A. By car. B. On foot. C. By bus. 4. What did the woman do last night? A. She ate out. B. She watched TV. C. She played basketball. 5. What courses does the woman suggest the man choose? A. Science courses. B. Music and art courses. C.Internet courses. 第二节 （共 15 小题；每题 1 分，满分 15 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. How many stamps does the woman want to buy? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. 7. How much is the change? A. Two dollars. B. Four dollars. C. Six dollars. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. When does the conversation take place? A. In the morning B. In the afternoon. C. In the evening. 9. What does the man suggest doing? A. Going dancing. B. Listening to some music. C. Seeing a movie 10. What do we know about the Club Blue Note? A. They hardly serve sandwiches. B. The food there is expensive. C. The music there is great. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Which meal does the woman skip? A. Breakfast. B. Lunch. C. Supper.
12. Why doesn’t the woman feel like eating these days? A. She is on a diet. B. She isn’t feeling well. C. She wants to save money. 13. What’s the probable relationship between the speakers? A. Parent and kid. B. Doctor and patient. C. Friends. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. How many experiments did it take before Dolly was successfully cloned? A. 627. B. 276. C. 672. 15. Which age group was Dolly in when she was born according to the woman? A. Young. B. Middle-aged. C. Old. 16. What’s the woman’s idea about cloning? A. It’s cruel to animals. B. It’s worth bringing back extinct animals. C. It is a good beginning. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. When does the music program begin? A. At 2:00. B. At 3:00. C. At 4:00. 18. How many patients can this hospital hold? A. 180. B. 100. C. 800. 19. Which is the visiting hour? A. 10:00 am-12:00 am. B. 2:30 pm-3:30 pm. C. 8:00 pm-9:00 pm. 20. Who might be the listeners? A. The patients. B. The visitors. C. The doctors. 第二部分：英语知识运用（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节 单项填空（共 15 小题；每小题 1 分,满分 15 分）
21.--- How is everything going on with you in Europe? ---Quite well. Not so smoothly as I hoped, _________. A. though B. instead C. either D. too 22.The headmaster will ______ a speech to the visiting foreign guests this afternoon. A. declare B. address C. accelerate D . applaud 23.Under the pressure from society , Alice eventually _____ that she did not have the required qualifications and decided to quit the position.. A. confirm B. acknowledge C. assuumed D. recognize 24. —— The online shopkeeper has apologized for his bad behavior. —— OK. If you’re still not satisfied, you can _______ compensation(赔偿）. A. afford B. dismiss C. sacrifice D. claim 25. It was required that the drug reported to have serious side effects ________ from the market. A. withdrew B. rejected C. classfiy D. withdraw 26. She is having a lot of trouble with the new computer , but she doesn ’t know whom to _______. A. turned to B. look for C . deal with D.talk about 27. Mr. Richard was disappointed that many students had signed up for his adventure course _____ at the last moment.
A. left out B. got out C. passed out D. dropped out 28.------What are you going to do with so many vegetables? ——Well, ______ allow them to go bad , I will sell them at half price. A. more than B. less than C. rather than D. other than 29. It _____ we had stayed together for a couple of weeks ____ I found we had a lot in common. A. was until; when B. was until; that C. wasn’t until; when D. wasn’t until; that 30.— Many years has passed since I last saw you. I didn’t recognize you at first. —I ______, either, if someone hadn’t called you by name. A. wouldn’t have B. wouldn’t C. didn’t D. hadn’t 31.The beautiful mountain village ___ we spent our holiday last year is located in ____ is now part of Guangxi. A. which; where B. where; what C. that; what D. when; which 32.On returning home, she found a note _______ to the door, _______ “Call in later.” A. attaching; reading B. attaches; saying C. attached; which reads D. attached; reading 33.Everything ________ into consideration, they ought to have another chance. A.taken B. taking C. to take D. to be taken 34.--Guess what, we’ve got our visas for a short-term visit to the UK this summer. --How nice! You _________ a different culture then. A. have experienced B. will be experiencing C. have been experiencing D. will have experienced 35.— The top leaders are discussing how to run the company in the following five years. — What a group of wise men! As the saying goes, ____________. A. man becomes learned by asking questions B. A year’s plan starts with spring C. Count one’s chickens before they are hatched D. Everybody’s business is nobody’s business 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） This is a story that can teach us a good lesson. One day, a man in rags begged from door to door along the street. With an old wallet in his hand, he was asking for a few coins to buy something to eat. He kept complaining about his bad fortune and kept __36__ why those who had so much money were never __37__ and were always desiring more. “As far as I'm concerned, if I had only enough to ___ 38__ and to wear, I would not want anything more.” Just at that moment Goddess Fortune, who came down the __39__ saw the beggar and said to him, “Hi, I have wished to __40__ you for a long time. Now, open your __41__ and I will pour my gold into it. But I will do that only on this __42__ : All that falls into the wallet will be pure gold; but every piece falling upon the __43__ shall become dust. Do you understand？” “I see.” said the beggar.
“Then you should __44__ ！It's obvious that your wallet is a(an) __45__ one, so don't load it too heavily，” said the Goddess Fortune. The excited beggar could hardly __46__ to have gold. He quickly opened his wallet, and a __47__ of yellow coins was poured into it. The wallet grew heavier and heavier. “Is that enough? Isn't it cracking？” asked Fortune. “Never __48__ .It's still strong enough now.” answered the beggar. The wallet was filled with so many coins that the beggar's hands began to __49__. “Ah, if only the golden stream would __50__ forever! Just a little more，” said the beggar, “__51__ just a handful or two.” “There! It's full. The wallet will __52__ .” warned the Goddess, but the beggar requested, “It will __53__ a little more, just a little more.” One more piece was added and the wallet split. The __54__ fell upon the ground and became dust. The greedy beggar had now __55__ but his broken bag. 36．A. wondering B．explaining C．proving D．showing 37．A. relaxed B．worried C．satisfied D． depressed 38．A. learn B．eat C．watch D．play 39．A. yard B．bridge C．street D．forest 40．A. praise B.forgive C．comfort D．help 41．A. coat B.wallet C．box D．pocket 42．A. occasion B.suggestion C．condition D．situation 43．A. ground B．feet C．hand D．street 44．A. look after B．look out C．look up D.look down 45．A. small B．empty C．full D. worn 46．A. stand B．breathe C．wait D．think 47．A. variety B．piece C．pair D. stream 48．A. stop B．fear C．request D．insist 49．A. spread B．close C．shake D．loose 50．A. pour B．end C．dry D．bury 51．A. take B．send C．lend D．add 52．A. flow B．disappear C．break D．change 53．A. attract B．hold C．include D．permit 54．A. gold B．food C. wallet D．bag 55．A. anything B．nothing C．everything D．something 第三部分：阅读理解（共 15 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 30 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 Free Fun Guides Free Admission to Hundreds of Museums Sept. 25 What a weekend! This Saturday, Sept. 25, hundreds of U.S. museums are admission free for the Smithsonian’s yearly Museum Day. Unlike previous Museum Day celebrations, you must sign up for a free ticket that admits two people to any of the participating museums. That means filling
out a form and having the ticket emailed to you. Not bad for a free offer that will give you admission to museums such as the Adler Planetarium in Chicago and the Air & Space Museum in San Diego. Free Books for Kids @ Barnes & Noble! If your kids love to read — and we hope they do! — be sure to sign them up for Barnes & Noble’s summer reading programs so they can earn a free book! It’s easy for kids ages 12 and under to participate. For Barnes & Noble’s Passport to Summer Reading program, just download and print out your passport. Read any eight books, make a list of them on the back of the passport and bring it to any Barnes & Noble by September 7. Choose your free book from the list. FREE Night of Theater Across the U.S. in October It’s the yearly run of the Free Night of Theater, when hundreds of theaters in 120 U.S. cities give away thousands of tickets to local productions. While the kickoff date is October 15, many of the theaters start releasing their free tickets by Oct.1 or in waves during the month of October for performance dates throughout the month. Ticket seekers are limited to two tickets for one performance. Find your city on the Free Night of Theater Website and check the listings for performances, their dates and their ticket giveaway times and locations. 56. What is new about this year’s Museum Day? A. People must buy tickets for visiting a museum. B. Two museums offer free admission. C. People can visit museums online and get a small gift. D. People will get free tickets online. 57. Which of the following shows the similarity between Museum Day and Free Night of Theater? A. The same number of free tickets is given away. B. They take place once a year. C. The tickets can be used in any U.S. city. D. They last for the same length of time. 58. The main purpose of the passage is to___________. A. provide information abo ut free things to do B. help people who are very poor C. introduce ways to save money D. give guidance on how to have some fun B London has become a cycle friendly zone after the launch of a new bike hire scheme. It has been designed to encourage more people to cycle in and around central London. So how does it work? First you have to sign up to the scheme to be sent a key. The key will unlock one of the bikes, which are kept at docking stations in and around central London. You have to pay an access fee for the key and then you pay as you go, for the length of time you use the bike.
Transport for London, which runs the scheme, are hoping to have 6,000 bikes and 400 docking stations in place by the end of the year. The new hire system is hoping to ease congestion（拥挤）in London and is expected to generate up to 40,000 extra cycle trips a day into the city centre. London Mayor Boris Johnston launched the scheme and said London had been “filled with thousands of gleaming machines that will transform the look and feel of our streets and become as common place on our roads as black cabs and red buses”. However, there have been a few problems since the scheme was launched last Friday. On the first day some people found they couldn ’t dock their bike properly and their usage of the bike had not registered. Transport for London did admit they had been expecting a few “teething problems” and have said they wouldn’t charge for the first day as a “gesture of goodwill”. Some other people have criticized the lack of docking stations and locks for the bikes as well as the price it costs to hire the bicycles. Despite the comments, the green-thinking London Mayor still seems very positive about things, saying, “My campaign for the capital to become the greatest big cycling city in the world has taken a gigantic pedal-powered push forwards.” 59. London Mayor Boris Johnston launched the new bike scheme in order to _______. A. reduce the air pollution of the city B. deal with the city’s traffic problems C. encourage the citizens to take exercise D. increase employment opportunities 60. If you want to hire a bike, in which order will you do? a. pay for the bike according to the time you use it b. pay for the key to a bike c. cycle in and around central London d. sign up as a member to get a key A. b-d-c-a B. b-c-a-d C. d-b-c-a D. d-c-b-a 61. All the following are the problems of the scheme EXCEPT _______. A. the high cost to hire a bike B. docking the bikes properly C. not registering their usage of the bikes D. not charging for the first day of the scheme 62. From the passage we can infer that _______. A. the scheme will be cancelled because of the problems B. the London Mayor is confident in the scheme C. all the citizens in London support the scheme D. the cycling revolution is not successful C Last week I visited one of my old neighborhoods in Washington D.C.I had not been there for twenty years and as I walked along the street, my mind was flooded by memories of the past. I saw the old apartment building where I had
lived and the playground where I had played. As I viewed these once familiar surroundings, images of myself as a child there came to mind. However, what I saw and what I remembered were not the same. I sadly realized that the best memories are those left untouched. My old apartment building, as I remember, was bright and alive. It was more than just a place to live. It was a movie house, a space station, or whatever my young mind could imagine. I would steal away with my friends and play in the basement. This was always exciting because it was so cool and dark, and there were so many things there to hide among. There was a small river in the back of the building. We would go there to lie in the shade of trees and enjoy ourselves. However, what I saw was completely different. The apartment building was now in disrepair. What was once more than a place to live looked hardly worth living in. The windows were all broken. The once clean walls were covered with dirty marks. The river was hardly recognizable. The water was polluted and the trees and flowers were all dead. The once sweet-smelling river now smelled terrible. It was really heartbreaking to see all this. I do not regret having seen my old neighborhood. However, I do not think my innocent childhood memories can ever be the same. I suppose it is true when they say, “You can never go home again.” 63. In the first two paragraphs of the passage the writer tells us that _________. A. he was very imaginative when he was a child B. he had pleasant memories of his old neighborhood C. he lived in Washington D.C. for twenty years D. he came from a very poor neighborhood 64. How did the writer feel when he visited his old neighborhood in Washington D.C.? A. Very regretful. B. Quite excited. C. Very sad. D. Greatly surprised. 65. On his visit to his hometown, the writer found the old apartment bu ilding __________. A. seemed unfit to live in B. had been repaired C. could hardly be recognized D. looked dirty and smelt horrible 66. “You can never go home again” in the last sentence of the passage means that _________. A. a visit to one's hometown will bring back many sad memories B. one will never find his hometown the same as it was in his childhood memory C. one should never revisit his hometown after many years of absence D. a visit to one's hometown will bring back one's pleasant memories of home D Besides giving off gases and dusts into the air, humans produce waste that is poured on the environment. Often, this waste produced by major industries and people is harmful to both nature and human life. One of the main causes of the large amount of dangerous waste is that people do not realize how large a problem it is. Because it can be simply
removed and sent to a landfill（废渣填埋场） ，the problem is often believed to end there. In addition, industries have often shown an unwillingness to find ways to deal with dangerous waste because of the related expenses. Many industries and governments build simple landfills to store waste, and often just pour waste chemicals into nearby bodies of water. Often, chemicals used for industrial production cause dangerous forms of waste. The amount of these chemicals has increased greatly in the past, but it is often difficult and expensive to get rid of these chemicals or to store them in a way safe to human life and the environment. Every year, major health problems result from dangerous waste. Sadly, it is often only after someone has died or become seriously ill that governments will take measures to reduce levels of harmful waste. Some governments have realized how serious the dangerous waste problem is and are now trying to settle this problem. They are also trying to limit the amount of waste industries are allowed to produce. Not only governments but ordinary people as well must work together to solve the problem. They can choose not to buy those products which require the production of dangerous waste, and produce less harmful waste themselves. Many scientists think that waste production can be cut. The waste can be reduced by at least one third using existing technologies and methods. 67．What would be the best title for the text ? A．Danger of Harmful Waste to Mankind B．Measures of Reducing Dangerous Waste C．Dangerous Waste and Water Pollution D．Environmental Protection 68．According to the text, people ________. A．do not produce harmful waste in their daily life B．are not clear about how serious the dangerous waste problem is C．do not know where to place the dangerous waste D．are not sure about where harmful waste ends 69．What troubles industries most in dealing with the dangerous waste problem? A．How to get government support. B．How to increase their production. C．How to cut down the related costs. D．How to store harmful waste. 70．What can be inferred from the passage? A．The polluting industries are not allowed to sell their products. B．To solve the problem requires the efforts of the whole society. C．Everyone should obey the government rules for the problem. D．Present technologies have settled the harmful waste products. 第二卷（非选择题, 共三大题, 35 分） 第四部分： 任务型阅读（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分） 请认真阅读下列短文 , 并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰 当的单 词。注意：每个空格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题纸上相应题号 的横线上。
As the Internet has become widely used, the online bookstore has gained much popularity with consumers, which have a vital influence on the survival of many private small—and medium—sized physical bookshops, a cultural landmark in the cities in China. Apart from a campaign, “saving physical stores”, many Chinese politicians and scholars have also urged the government to adopt measures to prevent bookstores from closing down their businesses, because unlike shops selling other goods, physical bookstores play the important social role of passing down knowledge and culture to younger generations. Besides tax cut, the government should also take other measures to support and encourage the development of such bookstores. Online bookshops are popular because they offer customers easier access to books, more attractive prices, and delivery service. Readers can buy almost any book sitting at home. Physical bookstores have actually become “the exhibition halls” of online bookstores. People read and select books in physical bookstores, and then buy them from online bookstores. However, physical bookstores have their own advantages. The physical bookstores make people feel the existence of culture. Entering a bookstore is like absorbing various elements of culture. For example, they offer th e choice of feeling a real book rather than just the chance to see the cover and read a few introductory lines. But they can also offer lower prices, sales promotions and better service, and organize readers’ club and other activities to attract more booklovers. A citywide delivery service could make it more convenient for readers to buy books from them. Moreover, the physical book stores can make use of new technologies to improve their services, develop their online sales and expand their business. Theme How to (71)______________ physical bookstores
The (72)_____________ of online bookstores is a challenge to Introduction many real ones, so steps must be taken to help them (73)_________________. (74)_________ · The prices of the online books are (75) __________________. __of online · Its delivery service makes people buy almost any book bookshops (76)_____________. · The government should (77) _ __________ tax and take other measures. · Physical bookstores have their own advantages (78) _________full use of. · Some activities like (79)____________ sales, lowering prices and bettering service should be organized. · New technologies should be (80)________________ to improve physical bookstores’ services, develop their online sales and expand their business.
第五部分 单词拼写（共 10 小题：每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 81. ---Are fish in large quantities in the lake? ---Yes, fish are a__________________ in the lake. 82. What he said c____________________ with what he did. 83. Because of the heavy fog, all the flights have been p _____________ till further notice. 84.One great w__________________ of the Internet is that it is difficult to know whether the information is true and accurate. 85.Unfortunately, the number of vehicles on the road caused u________________ traffic jams, and the roads became so busy that no one could travel anywhere. 86. It is said that Tom was fired by his boss last week for lack of ________________（能力） 87. He has two assistants at his __________________ (命令，掌控). 88. --- It seems that he is very busy these days. --- Yes. He has ______________ ( 承担，从事 ) the task to develop new products. 89. There is no doubt that some dogs are naturally more ______________ (富于攻击性的) than others. 90. There are more and more family problems __________________（由...引起） from lack of comunication. 第六部分： 书面表达（共 1 小题，满分 15 分）
近年来许多名校成为旅游景点，这引起了广泛的公众关注。为此你班展开有关“Should university campuses be open to tourists?”的讨论。请你根据下表所提供的信息，给 China Daily 报社写一封信，介绍讨论情况并发表白己的看法。 反对者 赞成者 影响在校学习的学生，分散其注意力；大量游客涌入校园，会带来安 全隐患。 拉近学生和社会距离，利于文化交流；一些大学已成为社会文明的象 征，应该让人们去感受那里的气氛。
你的建议／看法 ……(至少谈两点) 注意：1．词数：130 左右。信的开头和结尾已经给出，但不计人总词数； 2．短文须包括表中的全部内容，可以适当增加细节，以使行文连贯； Dear Editor, Recent years have witnessed the fact that campuses of famous universities have become one of the popular tourist destinations, which has aroused great public concern. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ Best regards, Li Hua
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