Ⅰ .听力 (共一节，6 段共 15 小题; 每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 每段播放两遍, 各段后有几个小题, 各段播放前，每小题有 5 秒钟的阅题时间，请根据各段播放内 容及相关小题, 在 5 秒钟内, 从题中所给的 ABCD 项中选出最佳选项并在答题卡上将该项涂黑. 听第一段对话, 回答第 1－2 题. 1 What is the man doing? A Looking
for his cell phone. B Looking for his mom. C Preparing for a party. 2 What’s the probable relationship between the two speakers? A Mother and son B Husband and wife 听第二段对话, 回答第 3－4 题. 3 How did the man feel? A Thirsty B Cold C Excited C Brother and sister
4 What will the man do next? A Have supper B Take a shower 听第三段对话, 回答第 5－6 题. 5 Where does this conversation take place? A Over the phone B At school C In the street. 6 What does the man ask the woman to do? A To help him hand in his school paper B To help him ask a day off school C To take him to hospital 听第四段对话, 回答第 7－9 题. 7 What is the man doing? A Running on the road B Working at home C Doing exercise in a gym 8 What does the woman think the man should do? A Quit drinking beer B Lose some weight C Eat in the restaurant C Play football
9 What do we know from the dialogue? A The woman likes eating at home B The woman’s father is a cook C The man knows how to cook 听第五段对话, 回答第 10－12 题. 10 How does Jenny probably feel now? A Disappointed B Bored C Relaxed 11 What do we know about the man’s new job? A It’s too easy for the man B It pays less than before C It keeps the man busy 12 What will the man do?
A Change his job again B Try to make more money C Try his best to do his job well 听第六段对话, 回答第 13－15 题. 13 What will the weather be like tomorrow? A Sunny B Cloudy C Snowy 14 What happened to David? A He became seriously ill B He hurt someone in a car accident
C He broke his arm in a car accident 15 When will the man go to the supermarket? A At 2:00 pm Ⅱ .语言知识及应用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完型填空 (共 15 小题; 每小题 2 分, 满分 30 分) I heard the bees long before I saw them. It was a very hot afternoon, and we decided to 16 in the river near my home. As we 17 started to B At 2:30 pm C At 3:00 pm
climbed down a small rocky hill toward the water, my boyfriend John shout then jumped into the water below. Peter and Mary quickly to jump. I was 19 . 18
but I was too far away
I heard a low hum, which was growing louder. From a distance, the group of bees looked almost like a cloud of smoke. As it got closer, I towards me. All I could do was 21 my face with my hands. 22 , I thought that if I sat very 23 , the 20 it was actually thousands of bees flying
bees would think I was just another rock. After a few seconds, I knew my plan hadn’t 24 . The bees were attacking me. I could hear my friends shouting at me to get down. But it wasn’t so easy. The only way I could 25 was to use my hands to climb down the rocks. However, I was afraid to do that at first because my face would be 26 . The noise the bees made was so loud and 27 , and I had no choice. I rushed down the rocks and jumped into the pool. I was just so happy to be free from the pain and the water felt so 28 . But we still weren’t out of 29 . Every time we tried to climb out, the bees flew back over our 30 .
heads. We spent the next three hours in the water until the bees finally lost 16. A. call off B. get off C. cool off D. turn off
17. A. eventually B. suddenly C. happily D. hurriedly 18. A. climbed B. followed C. dashed D. helped 19. A. lost B. forgotten C. trapped D. fooled
20. A. noticed B. thought C. believed D. realized 21. A. cover B. hide C. find D. lose
22. A. Finally B. Joyfully C. Crazily D. Immediately 23. A. quietly B. still C. relaxed D. gracefully C. worked D. finished
24. A. targeted B. failed
25. A. pass away B. get away C. look away D. take away 26. A. exposed B. unwanted C. lost D. protected 27. A. annoying B. frightening C. amazing D. boring 28. A. wonderful B. painful C. hot 29. A. breath 30. A. hope D. strange
B. control C. danger D. doubt B. interest C. time D. control
第二节 语法填空 (共 10 小题, 每小题 1.5 分, 满分 15 分) If you struggle against figures, maybe you were born that way, research has suggested. Being good at mathematics may be entirely pre-destined（注定的）—you either have it 31 you don’t. And those who find 32 difficult to add up the number shouldn’t feel too hopeless— mathematical talent does not appear to be linked to all-round intelligence. Previous research has indicated that "number sense" is 33 things as 34 (base) to humans. We use it to estimate such
number of seats in a cinema or crowd sizes.
U.S. psychologists at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore made their finding after testing children too young to have been taught mathematics. During the study, 200 four-year-olds 35 (study) in terms of number senses, calculation skills and vocabulary. The verbal test was done for the reason 36 language and maths abilities are thought to be 37 (close) linked through general intelligence. "Unlike 38 previous studies proved, this one shows that the link 39 number sense
and maths ability is already present before the beginning of formal maths instruction. One of the most important questions is whether we can train a child’s number sense 40 (improve) his future maths ability." Ⅲ 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) A
There are many fun, free activities that you can do as a family. All that is required is a bit of imagination and some time set aside for fun. And the best part is that these are the kind of memories a child will remember for a lifetime. Family game night Find out any of the games that are already around the house. Kids often get computer games for Christmas or birthdays, and would love to have a chance to play with their family. Or, make up some games of your own. “Charades” is a fun game to play that will challenge a child to use his/her imagination. Divide the family into teams and let each team come up with words that the other has to act out. ________________________ Pick some time for the family to sit down and come up with their own masterpiece. It doesn't need to be just a drawing -- take some old magazines sitting around the house, let the kids cut out pictures and paste them into their own montage. Or, use items from nature. Let them use leaves, pine cones, twigs and whatever else they can find to create something from their imaginations. Family Picnic Taking the family for a picnic is a great way for some fun that doesn't cost any money. If the weather is nice, take them to a park or playground and let the kids have a day of playing. Or, if it is the middle of winter and a foot of snow is on the ground, set up a picnic in the living room. Family Field Trip A family field trip doesn't have to cost a dime. Ask a nearby farm if it would be alright to bring your kids out for a tour and to see some of the animals. Or take them to a park and make a scavenger hunt where they need to find certain items from nature. Ask a local business if you could bring the family for a tour to see how things work -- you might be surprised at the number of people who would be thrilled to share what they do with others, and it could be an interesting lesson for the kids. 41. We can learn from the passage that “charades” ________. A. is a computer game B. is too difficult for children
C. involves acting out words D. should be played by more than four people 42 What is the best title to be put in the blank of part two? ____________. A. Family art time B. Family gardening time
C. Family music time D. Family cleaning time 43. According to the passage, the family picnic____________. A. should be held in the middle of winter
B. can be held inside your house C. will be very meaningful if held in offices D. will cost much money if held on a farm 44. Who might be most interested in this passage? _________. A. Parents B. Teachers C. Farmers D. Employers
45. The writer wrote this passage mainly to _____________. A. encourage children to use imagination. B. share precious family memories C. discuss young children’s interests D. suggest fun activities to families B It was one of the happiest times of my life. I was 29 and had just received my bachelor’s degree, graduating with honors despite working two jobs and being a wife and mother. My parents and five-year-old son were in the audience when I walked onto the stage at Ashland University to get my diploma. I was so excited and proud to be starting a teaching career and contributing more to my family’s well-being. But when I got home that evening, there was a note from my husband written on the back of an envelope. It basically said he had come to get his clothes and wouldn’t be back. We’d been having trouble, but the finality of that note still came as a shock. He had emptied our bank account. We were horribly in debt. I had quit my previous jobs in expectation of interviewing for a teaching position. Plus, I was eight months pregnant. I had my son, and I was about to bring a new life into the world, so despite my deep sadness, I had to go on. The next morning, I woke up, put my feet on the floor, took a deep breath, fixed breakfast, and basically did everything I always did. I used my routine to keep me moving. After being in the military for six years, I guess you can say I relied on my training, like all good soldiers do in tough situations. One small step after one small step was the way I bounced back. And in the seven years since, I’ve continued moving forward. I got a job as a kindergarten teacher, earned a master’s degree in education, and watched my babies grow to twelve and seven. I certainly would never have chosen to put them through this, but looking back, I’m glad it happened to me when it did. It helped me find my voice and myself a lot sooner. It helped me grow independent, confident, and strong—things I’m hopefully instilling(灌输) now in my children. 46. After getting her bachelor’s degree, the author expected to ________. A. become a teacher B. be a wife and mother C. work two jobs D. get divorced 47. What do we know about the author from Paragraph 2? A. Her husband wrote a note to congratulate her on her graduation. B. She had just been to a job interview when her husband left her.
C. Her husband paid off all the debts from the bank. D. She was going to have another baby soon. 48. The author’s hardships in life made her ________. A. become confident and independent B. work harder in the kindergarten C. use her routine to move forward D. feel pleased with what happened to her 49. It can be inferred from the passage that __________. A. The author’s parents helped her a lot B. The author received further education later C. The author earned a master’s degree when she was 29 D. The author didn’t know how to deal with marriage 50. What helped the author to pull through her hard time? A. The divorce with her husband. B. Her fellow soldiers in the army. C. Her decision to find a new job. C In the kitchen of my mother's houses there has always been a wooden stand(架子) with a small notepad and a hole for a pencil. I'm looking for paper on which to note down the name of a book I am recommending to my mother. Over forty years since my earliest memories of the kitchen pad and pencil, five houses later, the current paper and pencil look the same as they always did. Surely it can't be the same pencil. The pad is more modern, but the wooden stand is definitely the original one. "I'm just amazed you still have the same stand for holding the pad and pencil after all these years." I say to her, walking back into the living-room with a sheet of paper and the pencil. "You still use a pencil. Can't you afford a pen?" My mother replies a little sharply. "It works perfectly well. I've always kept the stand in the kitchen. I never knew when I might want to note down an idea, and I was always in the kitchen in these days. Immediately I can picture her, hair wild, blue housecoat covered in flour, a wooden spoon in one hand, the pencil in the other, her mouth moving silently. My mother smiles and says, "One day I was cooking and watching baby Pauline, and I had a brilliant thought, but the stand was empty. One of the children must have taken the paper. So I just picked up the breadboard(和面板) and wrote it all down on the back. It turned out to be a real breakthrough for solving the mathematical problem I was working on." This story, which happened before I was born, reminds me how extraordinary my mother was, and is also a gifted mathematician. I feel embarrassed that I complain about not having enough child-free time to work. Later, when my mother is in the bathroom, I go into her kitchen D. A strong mind and love for her kids
and turn over the breadboards. Sure enough, on the back of the smallest one, are some penciled marks I recognize as mathematics. Those symbols have traveled unaffected through fifty years, rooted in the soil of a cheap wooden breadboard, invisible exhibits at every meal. 51. Why has the author's mother always kept the notepad and pencil in the kitchen? A. To leave messages. C. To note down math problems. B. To list her everyday tasks. D. To write down a flash of inspiration.
52. What is the author's original opinion about the wooden stand? A. It has great value for the family. B. It needs to be replaced by a better one.
C. It brings her back to her lonely childhood. D. It should be passed on to the next generation. 53. The author feels embarrassed for____________ A. blaming her mother wrongly B. giving her mother a lot of trouble C. not making good use of time as her mother did D. not making any breakthrough in her field 54. What can be inferred from the last paragraph? A. The mother is successful in her career. B. The family members like traveling. C. The author had little time to play when young. D. The marks on the breadboard have disappeared. 55. In author's mind, her mother is__________ A. strange in behavior C. fond of collecting old things D Stage fright or performance anxiety is the anxiety, or fear which may occur in an individual by the requirement to perform in front of an audience. It is most commonly seen in school situations, like stand-up projects and class speeches. It has numerous forms: heart beating fast, trembling hands and legs, sweaty hands, dry mouth etc. In fact, most of the fear occurs before you step on stage. Once you’re up there, it usually goes away. Thus, it is a phenomenon that you must learn to control. Try to think of stage fright in a positive way. It heightens your energy, adds color to your cheeks. With these good side effects you will actually look healthier and more physically attractive. Many of the top performers in the world get stage fright so you are in good company. Stage fright may come and go or decrease, but it usually does not disappear permanently. You must concentrate on getting the feeling out and present what you have prepared calmly. Remember “Nobody” ever died from stage fright. But, according to surveys, many people would rather die than give a speech. If that applies to you, and you are an unlucky guy who is with B. keen（敏锐的）on her research D. careless about her appearance
stage fright the whole time, try out some of the strategies(策略) as follows to help get yourself under control. Realize that you may never overcome stage fright, but you can learn to control it, and use it to your advantage. Strategies are as follows when the program begins: 1) If legs are trembling, lean on table or shift legs or move. 2) Don’t hold notes. The audience can see them shake. Use three-by-five cards instead. 3) Use eye contact. Look at the friendliest faces in the audience. Remember nervousness doesn’t show one-tenth as much as it feels. Before each presentation, make a short list of the items you think will make you feel better. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different combinations. You never know which ones will work best until you try. Use these steps to control stage fright so it doesn’t control you. Once you are used to stage fright, you will find you on the road to a great speech-maker. 56. Someone may be most likely to suffer from stage fright when he/she is ______. A. attending an English class B. standing in a classroom C. watching a performance D. talking in front of people
57. By thinking of stage fright in a positive way, one could ______. A. learn to control stage fright B. get rid of stage fright
C. calm down before stepping on stage D. become more physically attractive 58. Which of the following is true? A. Top performers usually suffer from stage fright. B. Stage fright may stay with a person for a life time. C. Nobody would rather die than give a speech. D. No one can overcome or control stage fright. 59. The author advises people with stage fright to ______. A. show one-tenth of their nervousness B. experiment with different kinds of stage fright C. refer to the strategies whenever they feel the need D. use one of the strategies each time 60. The passage mainly talks about ______. A. how to deal with stage fright C. when stage fright occurs B. what stage fright is like D. why people have stage fright
第二节 信息匹配（共 5 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 阅读下列应用文及相关信息，并按照要求匹配信息。 首先请阅读以下宠物的信息： A. Not named yet: baby, female
It’s a small grey cat with long hair and deep blue eyes. It is very friendly and can get along well with dogs. I can’t keep it because I have too many pets, but I can’t just let it go outside. If you are looking for a cat, please let me know. And I will send it to you, but you’ll have to pay my travel fees. B. Brooke: orange and white, young, female She’s a shy cat and likes to be alone at first. Once she gets familiar with you, she is very sweet and loves to be in your lap and play with you. She also loves to talk. The owner shouldn’t be a smoker. For free. C. Sammi Hammi: adult, male Sammi Hammi, a blue and gold bird, is looking for his forever home. He loves dogs and likes to sing and dance. He will take your ear off while you cook! He loves delicious food and he is a great boy who loves attention. The new owner will have to pay an adoption fee and for his cage. D. Buster: black and white, young, male He will be the sweetest cat you will ever meet. He likes to play and gets along well with other pets. Anyone who gets this guy will love him! For free. E. Zoey: American Bulldog, adult, female My dog Zoey is three years old and is very outgoing. She loves the outdoors and she loves kids. She is good at looking after other dogs. She also likes being around people. I need to find her a good home. I would like someone with children and other dogs to take her. For free. F. Rebel and Maverick: young, male Both Rebel and Maverick will be 2 years old soon. They’re wonderful dogs, but I can no longer keep them for some reasons. They love children. A home with children would be the best. They also get along well with other animals. The most suitable place for them is a home with a yard because they love to be outside. 600 dollars 阅读以下人员的信息，然后为他们选择合适的宠物： 61. Alice and her 10-year-old twin sons live in a house with a big yard. She’s looking for some pets to play with the boys. A pair of dogs is preferred. Money isn’t a problem. 62. Tom, 63 years old, has no children. His wife died last year and he’s very lonely. He would like to have a pet that he can talk to. He used to be a cook and loves birds very much, but he doesn’t like cats. 63. Bruce has a dog and he’s looking for another pet. It must be male and be able to get along well with his dog. Also, the pet has to be free. 64. Neil plans to find a female pet for his daughter. She loves orange and white cats. There are no smokers in the family. Free pets are preferred.
65. Max is looking for an adult dog to join his family. He has 3 children and two baby dogs. He hopes the new pet can help look after the baby dogs and play with his children. Ⅴ 写作 (共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节: 基础写作 (共 15 分) 【写作内容】 上周三，你班在某一社区 community 组织了主题为“大家齐动手，共建文明城”的环 保活动，分三组，每组十五人，开展活动，活动内容如下： 活动内容 具体做法 一组 回收废旧电池 挨家挨户回收 二组 清除墙上的海报和地面垃圾 认真清理 三组 派发环保传单, 宣传环保活动 邀请居民一起参与环保活动 居民看法 支持、赞扬你班的环保行为 【写作内容】1. 活动的时间、地点、主题、参与人员； 2. 各组活动内容、具体做法； 3. 居民看法。 【参考词汇】poster 海报，leaflet 传单，battery 电池，dweller/citizen 居民 “Joining Together to Build a Civilized City” “大家齐动手，共建文明城” 【写作要求】1. 请使用 5 个句子表达全部所给的内容。 2. 将 5 个句子组织成一篇连贯的短文。 第二节: 读写任务 (共 25 分) 阅读下面的短文, 然后按照要求写一篇 150 词左右的英语短文。 As the college entrance exam is approaching day by day, I suddenly feel nervous and worried．Looking back on the past, I find there are a lot that I haven’t mastered, so I want to make the most of this summer vacation to study and get ready for the exam．My study plan for the summer holiday is as follows: First of all, I’ll ensure that I have 4 hours a day to review what I’ve studied before and preview new materials in the preparation for next term．Apart from that, I will do some tests to monitor my progress．Besides, I plan to spend an hour every day in doing some sports, in order to keep fit and energetic and help me study more effectively．Moreover, I shall do some community service to cultivate my social skills, broaden my horizons and enrich my social experience．
This plan requires great self-control and perseverance．Anyway, I hope I can stick to my study plan and reach my goal．If I can, I feel like I will be well prepared for the coming college entrance exam and be admitted into a good university．
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