第I卷 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。 1. How many people are added to the lunch reservation? A. Six. B. Four. C. Two. 2. How will the speakers go to the Sports Complex? A. By subway. B. By bus. C. By taxi. 3. What are the speakers mainly talking about? A. A movie. B. A swimming pool. C. A plan. 4. What will the man do tonight? A. Work on his report. B. Go dancing with Jenny. C. Help Jenny with her history. 5. What does the man imply? A. Jack didn’t find the record. B. Jack didn’t go to the party. C. Jack borrowed the record from him. 第二节（共 15 小题；每小题 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、7 题。 6. What could the man be? A. A taxi driver. B. A policeman. C. A hotel clerk. 7. Where does the woman think she lost her cell phone? A. In a park. B. In a supermarket. C. On her way to the hotel. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8、9 题。 8. Where will The Magic Flute be on this weekend? A. At the Orpheum theatre. B. At the Caldonion theatre. C. At the Poseidon theatre. 9. What will the man do tonight? A. Invite Joan to dinner. B. Give Joan a call. C. Buy tickets. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 10 至 12 题。
10. Where does the conversation probably take pl ace? A. At home. B. In a restaurant. C. In a supermarket. 11. What does the woman say about the foods? A. They are good bargains. B. They are of high quality. C. They can be stored for a long time. 12. What does the woman ask the man to do? A. Call a taxi for her. B. Take a taxi back home. C. Carry the groceries to the car. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 13 至 16 题。 13. Who is Rita? A. The man’s manager. B. The man’s customer. C. The man’s wife. 14. How many business trips has the man made so far this year? A. Three. B. Five. C. Six. 15. What do we know about the man? A. He has been to Australia. B. He is starting a big new project. C. He has seen the new company website. 16. What kind of people is the woman looking for? A. Someone who is familiar with Australia. B. Someone who can go to work in Australia often. C. Someone who can get on well with the Australian team. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. How did Andy start his presentation? A. By showing some pictures. B. By greeting all the audience. C. By giving his opinions on West Africa. 18. What did Andy’s and Diane’s presentations have in common? A. They both used photos. B. They were both in a humorous style. C. They both used PPTs with written information. 19. What was Diane’s story about? A. How her company learned a lesson from a past mistake. B. How her company cleaned up a site. C. How her company developed. 20. What was people’s reaction to Andy’s presentation? A. Few people talked to him. B. Lots of people were interested in it. C. Many people asked him a lot of questions. 第二部分 阅读理解（共两节，满分 40 分）
第一节 （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、D）中选出最佳答案。 A When he was driving home one evening on a country road, he saw an old lady, stranded (抛 锚的) on the side of the road. He stopped in front of her car and got out. Even with the smile on his face, she was worried. He looked poor and hungry. He knew how she felt. He said, “I am here to help you, madam. Why don’t you wait in the car where it’s warm? By the way, my name is Joe.” She had a flat tire (轮胎). Joe crawled under the car, changed the tire. But he got dirty and his hands hurt. She could not thank him enough and asked him how much she owed him. He told her that if she really wanted to pay him thank, the next time she saw someone who need ed help, she could give that person the assistance they needed, and Joe added, “And think of me.” She drove off. A few miles down the road the lady saw a small restaurant. She went in. The waitress had a sweet smile, and was nearly eight months pregnant. The old lady wondered how someone like her who seemed poor could be so kind to a stranger. Then she remembered Joe. After the lady finished her meal, the waitress went to get her change from a hundred-dollar bill. But she stepped right out the door. When the waitress came back, she noticed something written on a napkin, “I am helping you because someone once helped me. If you really want to pay me back here’s what you do—Do not let the chain of love end with you.” That night when she got home, she was thinking about the money and what the lady had written. She and her husband needed money with the baby due next month. She knew how worried her husband was, and as he lay sleeping next to her, she whispered, “Everything’s going to be all right. I love you, Joe.” 21. When Joe stopped to help the lady, she ___________. A. became excited B. was afraid to be hurt C. refused his offer D. thanked him 22. At the restaurant, the lady ___________. A. received good service B. had an expensive meal C. told the waitress Joe’s story D. met another poor guest 23. Why did the lady leave the restaurant without getting her change? A. She forgot it. B. She wanted to help Joe. C. She would get it later. D. She wanted to give the waitress some help. 24. We can learn from the text that ___________. A. Joe’s boss fired him B. Joe worked as a driver C. Joe’s wife was the waitress D. Joe had an unhappy marriage 25. By telling the story, the writer tries to show that ___________. A. God helps those who help themselves B. kindness can be spread C. poverty is not a threat to a happy marriage D. a happy family depends on a happy marriage B My challenge for you is this: to read a book for 15 minutes every single day for a month.
Let me explain a bit, by telling you where the challenge came from. I have many things in common with my dad, like music taste and sense of humor, but sadly reading isn’t one of them. I can happily spend a whole day with a book, but my dad can’t read a book for longer than about 5 minutes. He reads emails, websites and papers for work, but not books. He’s busy so I think sitting down to read for just 15 minutes a day is a good way to relax and to introduce him to reading. My day is by no means the only person who avoids books. I know lots of people would rather relax on their computers or in front of the TV. Everyone is different and has their own interests, but I think there’re lots of benefits to reading, which screen-based activities don’t have. Firstly, it’s better for your eyes. Looking at screens can be very stressful for you eye muscles, and clearly you should avoid looking at screens for an hour before bed, to get a good night’s sleep. One thing I personally love reading, is being transported to another world—I would often forget the time or things around me! Reading is a great way to switch off before you go to bed, because you think more about the world of the book, rather than the real world, so you can truly relax. I know you can be transported to a different world in a film or a TV show, but I think books do it better. I also enjoy hearing what people are doing and finding out what they think. Reading gives me the chance to get to know hundreds of new people! It also teaches you to see things from other people’s point of view, and understand other people’s decisions or opinions. With a book, you can hear everything a character is thinking or feeling—you really can be inside someone else’s head! So give it a go! Take 15 minutes when you’re waking up, going to bed, eating too much, or having a coffee. If you read a lot, why not try 15 minutes of an English book, or pass the challenge on to someone else? Good luck, and happy reading! 26. The author gives the example of his father in the text to show ___________. A. his father is very busy B. reading is very important to us C. his father likes reading D. many peop le have no habit of reading 27. The author writes the text mainly basing on ___________. A. his personal experience B. some scientific experiments C. his father’s personal advice D. knowledge from books 28. The underlined word “it” in Paragraph 5 refers to ___________. A. helping readers sleep well B. making readers feel relaxed C. transporting readers to a different world D. reminding readers of the real world 29. What is author’s attitude towards reading? A. Objective. B. Disapproving. C. Supportive. D. Doubtful. 30. Which of the following can be the best title for the text? A. Tips for Reading English Books B. 15-Minute Reading Challenge C. Having a Coffee While You Read D. Ways to Improve Reading Skills C Although some people don’t like using automatic hand dryer in restrooms, it may actually be argued that motion-sensing hand dryers are a practical alternative to paper towels. More and more businesses are using automatic hand dryers in their restrooms today. I believe that our school would benefit from investing in automatic hand dryers in all the restrooms. First of all, the automatic hand dryer is very sanitary (卫生的). Instead of pulling on a
handle that has been touched by a large number of students, users can just stick their hands under the air dryer. No germs can get on them because there is nothing to touch. Kids wouldn’t get sick from the paper towel dispensers (纸巾盒) we now use at our school. This would keep kids’ hands germ-free. In addition, if the school buys automatic hand dryers, we can save money that can be spent on more important things. I have noticed that there is a terrible waste of paper towels in the restrooms. Students continuously pull on the handle, dispensing towels that they do not really nee d. It is annoying to find the dispenser empty. An automatic hand dryer costs about $500, with very little additional cost over time. On the other hand, paper towels can cost $25 a case, or about $500 a year, since we use about 20 cases each year. After just one year, it would pay for itself If we installed (安装) automatic hand dryers, we would not waste paper towels, and it would save the school a ton of money. Finally, our bathroom is a paper towel mess! There are always piles of paper towels on the floor. Sometimes the extras fall from the dispenser unused. Many times kids make their used towel into a ball and aim for a basket. But if they miss the target, the paper ball stays on the floor. Paper towels leave so much litter in the restrooms that the restrooms are a mess—even before the end of the day! Some people think that automatic hand dryers don’t dry their hands as thoroughly as paper towels. People stand in front of the hand dryers for just a few seconds, and they are disappointed that their hands do not feel dry. However, studies have shown that when people dry their hands for at least 30 seconds, automatic dryers actually dry much better than paper towels. It is difficult to get every part of your hand dry using paper towels. The air makes sure that your hands are completely dry ... if you take a few extra seconds. Keeping kids healthy, saving money, and helping our school stay clean are strong reasons for installing automatic hand dryers. Every day that goes by without having them means that we are continuing to have problems in our restrooms because we are using paper towels. Let’s install automatic hand dryers as soon as possible! 31. The automatic hand dryers are more sanitary because ___________. A. they can kill all the germs B. they keep kids’ hands free of germs C. they can’t be reached by kids D. they are able to clean themselves 32. What is the main idea of Paragraph 3? A. Schools should spend more money on important things. B. Both automatic hand dryers and paper towels cost a lot. C. Automatic hand dryers are more economical than paper towels. D. Schools can make use of automatic hand dryers to make money. 33. The author seems to believe that ___________. A. the paper towel is the main reason for the bathroom mess B. someone should be put in charge of the bathroom cleaning C. it is a good idea not to allow kids to use paper towels D. paper towels should be offered at a fixed time 34. Sometimes hand dryers don’t dry our hands completely probably because ___________. A. the dryer goes wrong B. the dryer is in sleep mode C. we don’t know the operation of the dryer D. we do not continue drying long enough 35. The main purpose of the text is to ___________.
A. B. C. D.
put an advertisement for a new product protect kids from getting sick in school persuade the school to install automatic dryers call on people to pay more attention to the environment
第二节 （5 小题，每小题 2 分，满分 10 分） 根据短文内容，从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 Which of these numbers do you think are lucky: four, seven, eight or thirteen? In many cultures around the world, people believe that some numbers are luckier than others. 36 In the United States, for example, many cities do not have a thirteenth street; many buildings do not have a thirteenth floor. There are also those who believe that Friday the 13th is an unlucky day—one on which many things can go wrong. The exact origin of superstitions ( 迷 信 ) about Friday the 13th is unknown. However, superstitious fears about this date have grown and spread over the years thanks, in part, to unfortunate events. In the eighteenth century, a ship—the HMS Friday—which launched on a Friday the 13th, disappeared at sea. 37 On a Friday the 13th in 1992, an earthquake in Turkey killed thousands of people. 38 The country was originally divided into thirteen states. The bald eagle carries an olive branch in one of its claws with thirteen leaves and thirteen berries on it. In the other claw it is holding thirteen arrows, and above its head there are thirteen stars. In different cultures, other numbers are believed to be unlucky. In Japan, Korea, and China, for example, people consider t he number four to be unlucky because the pronunciation of the word “four” is very similar to the pronunciation of the word that means “death”. 39 Also, people do not give gifts in multiples (倍数) of four. 40 In many western cultures, people believe that seven is a lucky number, while many Chinese people believe that the luckiest number is eight. Many people also believe significant (有意义的) dates in their lives—such as birthdays and anniversaries—are lucky. A. Many hotels in these countries do not have fourth floors. B. There are some numbers that are thought to bring good luck. C. On the dollar bill there is a picture of an incomplete pyramid with thirteen steps. D. It is surprising that the number thirteen is considered unlucky in the United States. E. In most western cultures, many people consider the number thirteen to be unlucky. F. People who play the lottery will often use these numbers in the hope that they will win. G. In 1945, people watched in disbelief on a Friday the 13th when the first atom bomb was tested; 第三部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 40 分） 第一节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。 Frank’s father was speaking to a friend, one day, on the subject of competition at school. He said that he could answer for it that 41 is not always connected with it. He had been excelled by many, but could not remember ever feeling envious of his 42 competitors, “Nor did my winning many a 43 from my friend Birch,” said he, “ever lessen his 44 for me.” In support of the truth of this, the friend, who was 45 , related a story which he had 46 in a school in his neighborhood. At this school the sons of several rich farmers, and others,
who were poorer, 47 instruction. Frank listened with great attention 48 the gentleman gave the following story of the two competitors: It 49 that the son of a rich farmer and the son of a poor widow (寡妇) came in 50 for the head of their class. T hey were so nearly equal that the teacher could 51 decide between them; some days one, and some days the other, 52 the head of the class. It was decided by seeing who should be at the head of the class for the greater number of days in the week. The wid ow’s son, by the last day’s efforts, won the victory, and kept his 53 the following week, till the school was closed for the holidays. When they met again the widow’s son did not appear, and the farmer’s son, being next to him, might now have been at the head of his class. 54 taking the now empty position, however, he went to the widow’s house to find out what could be the 55 of her son’s absence. Poverty was the cause: the poor woman found that she was not able, with her total efforts, to 56 to pay for the tuition(学费) and books of her son, and so the poor fellow had to give up his schooling, and to labor for her 57 . The farmer’s son, out of the pocket money which his father gave him, bought all the 58 books and paid for the tuition of his competitor. The poor boy was 59 brought back to the head of his class, where he continued for some time, at the expense of his 60 competitor. 41. A. anger B. envy C. care D. admiration 42. A. successful B. respectful C. peaceful D. thoughtful 43. A. gift B. degree C. prize D. game 44. A. friendship B. thanks C. understanding D. strictness 45. A. famous B. dangerous C. clever D. present 46. A. written B. observed C. spread D. reported 47. A. gave B. practiced C. heard D. received 48. A. until B. since C. while D. after 49. A. proved B. meant C. happened D. suggested 50. A. competition B. challenge C. celebration D. interview 51. A. hardly B. nearly C. merely D. certainly 52. A. chose B. gained C. guided D. introduced 53. A. energy B. courage C. time D. place 54. A. Except for B. Instead of C. In addition to D. Along with 55. A. evidence B. excuse C. cause D. result 56. A. continue B. remember C. prepare D. aim 57. A. attention B. support C. direction D. explanation 58. A. important B. perfect C. expensive D. necessary 59. A. once B. already C. also D. still 60. A. serious B. powerful C. sensitive D. generous
第 II 卷 第二节 语法填空（共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） 阅读下面短文，在空白处填入适当的内容（不多于 3 个单词）或括号内单词的正确形式。 Influenced by the customs and faith of a peo ple, styles in Western art 61.__________ (change) many times since sixth century. During the Middle Ages, a typical picture was full of 62.__________ (religion) symbols. During the Renaissance, people began to ado pt a more humanistic attitude 63.__________ life. Rich people wanted to possess their own paintings so they paid artists to
paint pictures of themselves, their houses and 64.__________ (possess), as well as their activities and achievements. Masaccio first used the technique of perspective, 65.__________ made the paintings very real. 66.__________ coincidence, the development of oil paints made the colours look richer and 67.__________ (deep). Impressionism began to develop as Europe changed 68.__________ great deal. At first people were unwilling to accept this style. 69.__________ the impressionist paintings are now accepted as the beginning of “modern art”. All in all, it is difficult to predict 70.__________ painting styles there will be in the future. 第四部分 写作（满分 20 分） 书面表达(共 1 小题，满分 20 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。 One day, while she was walking in the woods, a girl found two starving songbirds. She took them home and put them in a small cage. She cared them with love and the birds grew strong. Every morning they greeted her with a wonderful song. The girl felt great love for the birds. One day the girl left the door to the cage open. The larger and stronger of the two birds flew from the cage. The girl was so frightened that he would fly away. As he flew close, she grasped him wildly. Her heart felt glad at her success in capturing him. Suddenly she felt the bird go limp. She opened her hand and stared in horror at the dead bird. Her desperate love had killed him. She noticed the other bird moving back and forth on the edge of the cage. She could feel his great need for freedom. He needed to soar into the clear, blue sky. She lifted him from the cage and tossed him softly into the air. The bird circled once, twice, three times. The girl watched delightedly at the bird’s enjoyment. Her heart was no longer concerned with her loss. She wanted the bird to be happy. Suddenly the bird flew closer and landed softly on her shoulder. It sang the sweetest melody that she had ever heard. She finally realized that the fastest way to lose love is to hold on it too tight, the best way to keep love is to give it WINGS! 【写作内容】 1. 以约 30 个词概括短文的要点； 2. 然后以约 120 个词就 “爱就要放手” 这一主题发表看法，并包括如下要点： a) 以自己为例，简述生活中你父母对你的过度关注； b) 你父母的做法对你造成了什么不良的影响； c) 如果有机会，你会就此问题对父母说些什么 【写作要求】 1.作文中可以使用亲身经历或虚构的故事，也可以参照阅读材料的内容，但不得直接引用原文中的句子。 2.作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。 【评分标准】 概括准确，语言规范，内容合适，语篇连贯。
高二第九次联考参考答案 【听力文本】 (Text 1) M: I had a reservation for lunch for four today. But we’ll be six instead. W: OK, sir. May I have your name please? I’ll make a note of it. (Text 2) M: Do you think we should take a subway to the Sports Complex? W: I think we’d better take a bus. M: Are you kidding? There is no bus in that direction. Let’s take a taxi. W: Up to you. (Text 3) M: What do you want to do this weekend? W: I don’t know. See a movie? M: I’m afraid it’s not a good idea. How about going swimming? (Text 4) W: Mike, you know you should do your homework. M: But I want to go out dancing with Jenny tonight. W: But you have to finish the report for history by tomorrow, or else your teacher will fail you. M: Bad luck! I’ll have to say sorry to Jenny. (Text 5) W: Did Jack find the record he had borrowed from Peter? M: He looked everywhere for it, but in the end he had to go to the party without it. (Text 6) M: Could you recall how you lost your cell phone? W: After visiting a park, I did some shopping in a supermarket. Then I went back to my hotel. Perhaps I left it in the taxi to my hotel. I’m not sure. M: OK. Don’t worry. Can you remember the number of the taxi? W: Yes. It’s likely that the taxi is marked with T-3345. M: We’ll get in touch with the taxi company as soon as possible. If you have other clues, please call us. (Text 7) W: There’s a new musical at the Orpheum theatre this weekend. Would you like to go? M: I don’t really care for musicals. Are there any Shakespeare plays on? W: There’s just A Midsummer Night’s Dream on at the Poseidon. But, we just saw that last year. M: What’s playing at the Caldonion theatre? W: An Italian opera named The Magic Flute. M: We could go to see that . I do like operas. Maybe we should invite Joan to go with us. I remember once that she said she loves operas. W: That’s a good idea. We haven’t seen her for a while. That would be fun. M: I’ll give her a call tonight after dinner. And you call for tickets. OK? W: Great! (Text 8) M: Oh, Cindy, you got so many things. Three shopping baskets filled with foods! How many days will the foods last? W: Oh, these are all reduced items that are almost past their “best-before date”. They discount
all these goods at 10 percent off. It’s a good way to stock up on things such as beef and canned foods. M: Don’t you have to buy any green vegetables? Oh, no, what a long checkout line! Do we have to stand in that line? W: Yes, we do, but don’t worry. The cashier can deal with each customer very quickly. But today, since we came in your Mini Cooper, I’m afraid both of us and the groceries can’t fit in your car. Could you please take the taxi back instead? (Text 9) W: So, Raoul, how long have you worked with Rita? M: She’s been my manager since 2002. W: Right. And who was your manager before that? M: I worked for Ivan ... Ivan Medved. W: Ah, yes, I remember Ivan. Now you realise there’ll be a lot of travel in this job. M: Yes, of course. W: Do you travel a lot at the moment? I mean — how many business trips have you made so far this year? M: Er ... six. In fact, I got back from a trip just three days ago. W: Really? Hmm. Well, most of the travel in this job will be in the South Pacific region. Have you ever been to Australia? M: No, I’ve never been there, but I’d like to go. W: Well, that’s good, because we’re starting a big new project in a town just outside Sydney. Actually, have you seen the new company website yet? M: Yes, I looked at it yesterday. W: Ah, well, then you probably saw some information about it there. M: Yes, I think I did. W: We’re looking for someone to travel there at least once a month to work with the Australian team and report back ... (Text 10) W: I’d like to begin by telling a story about two presenters at a conference in West Africa, Andy and Diane. Andy worked for a waste management company. He began his presentation by greeting senior members in the audience and giving his impressions of West Africa. He then gave a brief PPT show. It was almost all photographs. The photographs told the step-by-step story of how his company cleaned up a site in Canada. There were pictures of people doing tests and even a humorous PPT of waste flying away across the sky. Diane’s presentation consisted of professionally-designed PPTs. The PPTs had written information about successful projects, technical information. Diane also used humour in her presentation. She told a story about how her company learned from a past mistake. After her presentation, not many people came to talk to Diane. She noticed, however, that a lot of people were talking to Andy after his. She didn’t know why.
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书面表达【参考范文】 A girl realized the best way to keep love is to let a bird fly when she accidentally killed a bird which tried to escape and freed the other which flew happily. I must admit that my parents love me very much, but their excessive love sometimes has gone too far. For example, they won’t allow me to chat with my American friend online or allow me to go shopping by myself for fear I might be cheated though I am already 18 years old. What’ s worse, they even secretly read my diary. To be honest, I am now suffering a lot from this. Due to their excessive love, I don’t have many friends. As a girl of 18, I am not able to make my own decisions about many things. Though I can’t tolerate all this, I dare not speak up for I know this is all due to their deep love for me. If I had the chance to talk with them about this, I would like to tell them that I can manage without their hovering over me! I’d like to say to them, “Please let go of your anxiety. Give me some advice just when necessary, and for most of the time, let me think for myself. Your love should never be a burden on me. Love me, and let me fly with it.”
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