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1. What will the weather be like this afternoon?
A. Sunny. B. Windy. C. Rainy.
2. Where does the conversation probably take place?
A. At a post office. B. At an airport. C. At a railway station.
3. What do we know about Diane?
A. She has lost some weight because of her new job.
B. She used to exercise regularly.
C. She is always very fat.
4. How much is the handbag now?
A. $ 40. B. $ 15. C. $ 25.
5. What does the woman suggest the man do?
A. Move the plants away from the window.
B. Water the plants more often.
C. Put the plants in a sunny place.
6. What date is Friday?
A. March 11th. B. May 11th. C. May 7th.
7. What does Mr. Smith want Louise to do?
A. Look after his baby.
B. Clean the stairways for him.
C. Have dinner with him.
8. When will Mr. Smith go out for dinner?
A. At 7:00 on Saturday evening.
B. At 7:30 on Sunday evening.
C. At 7:00 on Friday evening.
9. What are the two speakers mainly talking about?
A. What film to see. B. How to go to the cinema. C. The weekend plans.
10. What is on at the Victory?
A. A Japanese movie.
B. A French film.
C. Two science fiction films.
11. Where have the two speakers decided to go?
A. The Neighborhood Theater. B. The Cinema. C. The Broadway.
12. Why did the policeman give the man a ticket?
A. Because he drove fast.
B. Because he took the wrong way.
C. Because he ran the red light.
13. What happened to the man in class?
A. He failed his exam.
B. He took a wrong book.
C. He couldn’t find his paper.
14. What did the man forget to do?
A. Take his house keys.
B. Wind up his clock.
C. Save his file on the computer.
15. What is the man’s average score?
A. 65. B. 75. C. 85.
16. What is the man interested in?
A. English. B. Science. C. Physical Education.
17. What can we learn from the conversation?
A. The man is going to graduate soon.
B. The man finds it hard to find a job.
C. The woman isn’t satisfied with the man.
18. How long did the Olympics last in the old days?
A. For one month. B. For one week. C. For one day.
19. When did China win its first gold medal in the Olympic Games?
A. In 1948 in Greece. B. In 1984 in Los Angeles. C. In 1988 in Seoul.
20. What can we learn from the talk?
A. Track and field is the heart of the Winter Olympic Games.
B. The most important thing about the Olympic Games is winning.
C. Women were not allowed to watch the Olympics in the old days.
21. As is known to all, _______ South Sea is _______ water of China’s dating from ancient time.
A. a; a B. a; the C. the; a D. the; the
22. Friendship is something _______ being cared for, so we young people should treasure it.
A. worth B. worthwhile C. worthy of D. worth of
23. In time of _______ you think is difficult, you may turn to _______ can help you.
A. what, whoever B. which, whomever
C. what, no matter who D. which, no matter whom
24. — Oh, you? Already back to China for a year? How long ____ you ____ in America?
— For about five years.
A. have, stayed B. had, stayed C. would, stay D. did, stay
25. Evidence suggested that the suggestion that every river ________ harnessed ________ wrong.
A. should be, might be B. must be, should be
C. may be, would be D. can be, could be
26. — Oh, Mum, there are so many unexpected guests tonight. I’d better not perform this time.
— _________, dear. I believe you can make it.
A. Come on B. No way
C. It’s a pleasure D. You are ashamed
27. With natural resources running out, man is making every effort to search for a certain ______ to meet the demand of energy.
A. alternative B. available C. access D. approach
28. The panda, one of the precious species that _______ in Sichuan province, is not the only species that _______ in danger.
A. inhabits, lives B. inhabit, lives C. inhabits, live D. inhabit, live
29. The money charged for the congestion by driving into the downtown is much less than ________ paid as a fine.
A. it B. one C. that D. those
30. In general, non-verbal communication with their gestures _________ 90% of people’s daily conversation.
A. asks for B. accounts for C. stands for D. searches for
第二节 完形填空(共20小题; 每小题1.5分，满分30分)
One evening in October, I was aimlessly wandering down the street, heading into a most gloriously beautiful sunset. I had a(n) ___31___ to speak to someone on the street to ___32____ that beauty, but it seemed everyone was in a hurry.
I took a second action. Quickly I ducked into a department store and asked the lady ___33___ the counter (柜台) if she could come outside for just a minute. She looked at me ___34____ I were from some other planet. She ___35___, and then seemingly against her better judgment, she moved toward the door.
When she got outside I said to her, “Just look at that sunset! ___36____ out here was looking at it and I just had to share it with someone.”
For a few ___37____ we just looked. Then I said, “God is in his ___38____ and all is right with the world.” I thanked ___39___ for coming out to see the sunset; she went back inside and I left. It felt good to share the ____40____ of the sunset.
Four years later my situation ___41___ greatly. I came to the end of a twenty-year marriage. I lived all ___42___ for the first time in my life. I lived in a trailer park ___43____, at the time, I considered a real come-down, and I had to do my ___44___ in the community laundry room.
One day, while my clothes were going around, I ____45___ a magazine and read an article about a woman who had been in ____46___ circumstances. She had come to the end of a ___47___, moved to a strange community, and the only job she could find was one she disliked: clothing sales in a department store.
Then something that ___48___ to her changed everything. She said a woman came into her department store and asked her to step outside to look at a sunset. The ___49___ told her that God is in his paradise and all is right with the world, and she had ____50____ the truth in that statement.
From that moment on, she turned her life around.
31. A. anxiety B. urge C. emotion D. necessity
32. A. share B. stare C. show D. spare
33. A. in B. after C. on D. behind
34. A. even if B. in case C. as if D. because
35. A. hesitated B. waited C. worried D. refused
36. A. Everybody B. Somebody C. Anybody D. Nobody
37. A. hours B. days C. seconds D. weeks
38. A. heaven B. space C. church D. temple
39. A. the God B. the people C. the passengers D. the woman
40. A. color B. quietness C. beauty D. sunshine
41. A. improved B. changed C. varied D. failed
42. A. on my own B. on guard C. for a start D. for sure
43. A. where B. there C. which D. in which
44. A. washing B. cleaning C. cooking D. sewing
45. A. got up B. brought up C. picked up D. looked up
46. A. different B. similar C. same D. alike
47. A. career B. occupation C. employment D. marriage
48. A. occurred B. accessed C. told D. happened
49. A. friend B. customer C. stranger D. manager
50. A. noticed B. recognized C. discovered D. founded
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。(共20小题;每小题2分，满分40分)
As long as we follow some of the tips for green living, we may save our planet. All of these involve just a few changes to our daily habits.
Just walk and limit the use of your car. One of the poster images of pollution is our vehicles. It burns fuel. It is not as efficient as we hope it could be, and we use it every single day. To lessen the effects of the air pollution caused by our vehicles, we should limit their use. If we can walk to our destination then just let us go. Not only do we lessen our carbon dioxide emissions, but we also get a good exercise out of it.
Use a laptop instead of a computer desktop. Laptops are more energy efficient compared to their bigger counterparts. A laptop is generally 50 percent more efficient in using electricity. Aside from that there are other benefits of a laptop. It is portable so you can work anywhere you like and that you get powerful features without the large size of desktop units.
Turn off the faucet while you are brushing your teeth. It is always a better idea to use a glass when we are brushing our teeth and not to just let the faucet keep on running. Therefore，there is less water to waste while we are cleaning our pearly whites. Simply turn off the faucet when you are not using it.
Make good use of natural light. We have a great and natural lamp --- the sun, and we should learn how to take full advantage of it during daytime. So instead of turning on our lights or lamps even if it is still not evening, we should pull up the drapes and let the natural light come in from the windows.
These are just some of the best tips for green living, but of course there are still many of these tips if you just search for them. But you can do your own variation any time just always prioritize how you can use less energy and produce even lesser trash and pollution.
51. What’s the best title for the passage?
A. How to Save Our Planet B. How to Change Our Daily Habits
C. Tips for Green Living Today D. Green Living and Serious Pollution
52. Compared with a computer desktop, a laptop is __________.
A. less energy efficient B. faster at work C. easy to repair D. easy to carry
53. The underlined word “prioritize” in the last paragraph can be replaced by “_________”.
A. decrease quickly B. consider first C. imagine wholly D. guess slowly
54. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. A few changes to daily habits can help a lot.
B. While washing teeth we should turn off the faucet.
C. Vehicles bring pollution and we should try to avoid.
D. In the daytime we should not pull up the drapes.
People talk much these days about how kids should be interested in science. Here’s an area of science for everyone, and these cool new books might inspire you to discover your inner scientist.
Scaly Spotted Feathered Frilled by Catherine Thimmesh, 58 pages, ages 9-12
Seeing a picture or a model of a dinosaur, do you wonder how anybody knows what they look like? After all, nobody has seen a living dinosaur. This book explains how scientists and artists work together to re-create dinosaurs. As scientific discoveries have been made, the models have changed. Scientific tests may one day expose what a dinosaur’s coloring was, but now artists have to use their imagination to determine how these huge creatures looked.
Beyond the Solar System by Mary Kay Carson, 128 pages, ages 10-13
This book takes readers back to the beginnings of space exploration—thousands of years ago, when people began star observation—and forward to today’s search for planets in distant parts of the Milky Way. Along with history lessons, readers get 21 activities, such as making a black hole and creating a model of Albert Einstein’s universe using a T-shirt. The activities are perfect for cold winter days.
Ultimate Bugopedia by Darlyne Murawski and Nancy Honovich, 272 pages, ages 7 and older
If you’re always on the lookout for butterflies, this book is for you. Hundreds of color photos of common and unusual insects fill this hardcover. There are fascinating stories related to the photos. For example, do you know an insect feeds on the tears of Asian cattle? There’s a question-and-answer section with an insect scientist and advice on how to help preserve endangered insects.
Journey Into the Invisible by Christine Schlitt, 80 pages, ages 9-12
If you use a magnifying(放大的)glass, you know a leaf looks quite different. This book explains what microscopes do and then shows what happens to things around the house when watched with this amazing scientific tool. The bacteria in your mouth, when magnified 20,000 times, look a bit like swimming pool noodles. Fascinating photos are paired with suggestions about how to learn about the world around you, just by looking a little closer.
55. Kids interested in pre-historical animals might read ______.
A. Ultimate Bugopedia B. Beyond the Solar System
C. Journey Into the Invisible D. Scaly Spotted Feathered Frilled
56. Beyond the Solar System is mainly about ______.
A. space exploration B. the Milky Way
C. history lessons D. Albert Einstein’s universe
57. According to the passage, we can learn that ______.
A. butterflies are fond of the tears of Asian cattle
B. scientists have discovered the dinosaur’s coloring
C. microscopes can present you with an amazing world
D. man has explored the black hole for thousands of years
58. The main purpose of the passage is to ______.
A. compare features of different books
B. inspire people to become scientists
C. teach children some knowledge of science
D. recommend new science books to children
Wherever I look outside my home, I see people busy on their high-tech devices, while driving, walking, shopping, even sitting in toilets. When connected electronically, they are away from physical reality.
People have been influenced to become technology addicted. One survey reported that “addicted” was the word most commonly used by people to describe their relationship to iPad and similar devices. One study found that people had a harder time resisting the allure of social media than they did for sleep, cigarettes and alcohol.
The main goal of technology companies is to get people to spend more money and time on their products, not to actually improve our quality of life. They have successfully created a cultural disease. Consumers willingly give up their freedom, money and time to catch up on the latest information, to keep pace with their peers or to appear modern.
I see people trapped in a pathological(病态的)relationship with time-sucking technology, where they serve technology more than technology serves them. I call this technology servitude. I am referring to a loss of personal freedom and independence because of uncontrolled consumption of many kinds of devices that eat up time and money.
What is a healthy use of technology devices? That is the vital question. Who is really in charge of my life? That is what people need to ask themselves if we are to have any chance of breaking up false beliefs about their use of technology. When we can live happily without using so much technology for a day or a week, then we can regain control and personal freedom, become the master of technology and discover what there is to enjoy in life free of technology. Mae West is famous for proclaiming the wisdom that “too much of a good thing is wonderful.” But it’s time to discover that it does not work for technology.
Richard Fernandez, an executive coach at Google acknowledged that “we can be swept away by our technologies.” To break the grand digital connection people must consider how life long ago could be fantastic without today’s overused technology.
59. The underlined word “allure” in Paragraph 2 probably means “______”.
A. advantage B. attraction C. adaption D. attempt
60. According to the passage, technology companies aim to ______.
A. attract people to buy their products B. provide the latest information
C. improve people’s quality of life D. deal with cultural diseases
61. It can be inferred from this passage that people ______.
A. consider too much technology wonderful
B. have realized the harm of high-tech devices
C. can regain freedom without high-tech devices
D. may enjoy life better without overused technology
62. What’s the author’s attitude towards the overusing of high-tech devices?
A. Neutral. B. Critical. C. Doubtful. D. Positive.
Have you ever watched the Sochi Winter Olympics this year? Did you see American figure skater, Jeremy Abbott, crash to the ice during the short program at the Sochi Olympics, rolling into the wall, clutching his side in pain? Ten seconds later, he got up and continued his skate — despite the pain, embarrassment and fear. All I could think was: this kid’s got courage. In business we have a word for it — resilience, the ability to gain strengths and confidence from overcoming unpleasant events.
However, opposite examples appeared in Sochi Olympics as well. For them, failure is someone else’s fault, because they do not accept personal responsibility. Therefore, they have to pay a high price for this attitude. After years of studying failure, I have learned one thing: modesty and open-mindedness in the face of mistakes is the single best thing you can do to improve results. Everyone fails, but not everyone recovers from failure. The key is to learn from it rather than get beaten by it.
The good news is that each of us has the potential to live a resilient life on and off the job. It may be difficult, but that just makes it all the more powerful and important. If you believe the above paragraph to be true, then you’re probably more resilient than you think you are. It takes confidence to be resilient but that too much confidence is a killer is so true of leadership. For example, Ron Johnson, the ill-fated CEO of JC Penney, was so stubborn that he completely missed all sorts of signals from employees and customers and instead listened to all those who agreed with him, which failed his strategy. Bouncing back from failure requires that you recognize something has gone wrong, and you were the one who made it happen.
The challenge of resilience is not just about our work. When parents help their kids deal with every challenging situation, they are doing an unhelpful action to their children. Parents want to protect their kids from failure, but doing so takes away the opportunity from them to practice not just a life skill but an essential work skill. When self-esteem becomes more important than results, we are by accident training young people to become less adaptable, not more.
Resilience is not just about getting up off the floor, but also being ready for whatever comes next, even when you don’t know what it is. Failures and setbacks are no longer unusual events, but regular features of a dynamic, competitive and highly demanding work environment. Getting up to finish your skate is no longer optional.
63. The example of Jeremy Abbott shows that one should ______.
A. recover from failure B. stick to his own viewpoint
C. take others’ opinions to heart D. challenge difficulties bravely
64. According to the author, what can best build up resilience?
A. Being positive and powerful. B. Being competitive and helpful.
C. Being modest and open-minded. D. Being confident and responsible.
65. Which of the following examples shows us resilience?
A. A teacher offers students timely help and care.
B. A determined athlete practices skating hard every day.
C. A confident leader persuades his staff to follow his plan.
D. A student has got a low grade but continues to work hard.
66. Which might be the best title for the passage?
A. An Example of Resilience: Ron Johnson B. Resilience: A Lesson from Sochi
C. Optional Challenges of Resilience D. Resilience in Family Education
With people drinking once a day, can heart attacks be kept away? Over the past decades, numerous studies have found that moderate alcohol consumption, say, one or two beers, glasses of wine or cocktails daily helps to prevent coronary(冠状动脉) heart disease. Last week a report in the New England Journal of Medicine added strong new evidence in support of that theory. More important, the work provided the first solid indication of how alcohol works to protect the heart.
In the study, researchers from Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School compared the drinking habits of 340 men and women who had suffered recent heart attack with those of healthy people of the same age and sex. The scientists found that people who sip one to three drinks a day are about half as likely to suffer heart attacks as nondrinkers are. The apparent source of the protection: those who drank alcohol had higher blood levels of high-density lipoproteins(脂蛋白), the so-called good cholesterol(胆固醇), which is known to prevent heart disease.
As evidence has mounted, some doctors have begun recommending a daily drink for patients of heart diseases. But most physicians are not ready to recommend a regular happy hour for everyone. The risks of totally giving up alcohol are nothing compared with the dangers of too much alcohol, including high blood pressure, strokes and liver(肝脏) troubles—not to mention violent behavior and traffic accidents. Moreover, some studies suggest that even moderate drinking may increase the incidence of breast and colon(结肠) cancer. Until there is evidence that the benefits of a daily dose of alcohol outweigh the risks, most people won’t be able to take a doctor’s prescription to the neighborhood bar or liquor store.
67. The medical article quoted in the first paragraph indicates .
A. the way in which alcohol can treat the heart disease
B. proper drink of alcohol can benefit the heart
C. why alcoholic drinks are dangerous to one’s health
D. that reports on the advantages of alcohol were misled
68. Experiments showed that nondrinkers had __________.
A. larger amounts of good cholesterol B. smaller amounts of good cholesterol
C. higher blood pressure D. lower blood pressure
69. According to the passage, moderate drinking .
A. is recommended by most doctors for heart patients
B. should be allowed on prescription
C. is still not medically advisable
D. is not related to liver problems
70. The main theme of this passage is ____________.
A. the change in recent drinking habits
B. the connection between cancer and alcohol
C. whether moderate drinkers outlive nondrinkers
D. whether alcohol may be good for one’s health
第一部分 阅读表达(共5小题; 每小题2分，满分10分)
To build an incredible and successful relationship is something like erecting a building. First of all, you should start with the idea of building such a relationship, and then you can put a solid foundation stone for that idea. Putting a strong foundation stone is very important and it keeps your building steady. Every part of that building is totally depending upon that solid foundation.
So, here are the three rules to establish a successful relationship:
The first rule is just having fun. Once relationship is established then the things become stable. Once it gets stable then you start feeling stifled (压抑的) and fun is no longer there in your relationship. But remember this thing is very dangerous for relationship. You can plan something great like a weekend road trip. Even you can also plan some of your favorite activities at least twice a month. Enjoy laughing with each other and try to find different ways to keep this laughter alive.
The second rule is giving respect to each other equally. In relationship it is important that both the partners should deserve equal treatment. If anyone of the partners dominates to the other then such relationship is surely not going to survive for a long time. Such relationships are called unbalanced relationship and it is going to give lots of pain. So, try to give respect to each other equally.
The third rule is always to be open and honest with each other. Another good and important part of any relationship is being honest and open-minded with your partner. Whenever the problem arises in your relations, honesty is very crucial. Even being open-minded with each other is a foundation to your good relationship. Honesty is a most valuable thing. If you become very honest with each other then problems can be very easily sorted out.
You need put lots of efforts to build a successful relationship. This effort is required from both the partners. And the reward which you are going to get will be fantastic. If the three rules mentioned above are maintained very well then there will be a strong chance of long term and wonderful relationship.
71. What is the best title for this passage? (no more than 8 words)
72. Why should one put a solid foundation stone for that idea? (no more than 7 words )
73. The underlined word “crucial” in the fourth paragraph probably means “_________”. (one word only)
74. How is the reward that you will win after you have managed to establish a successful relationship? (one word only)
75. Which rule do you think works for you most? Why? (no more than 20 words)
第二部分 短文改错 (共10小题;每小题1.5分，满分15分)
Last weekend my sister went to the supermarket to buy some groceries. Three hours ago,with full bags of goods in both hands, she headed for nearby bus stop, tired and hungry. She waswaiting for the bus while it began to rain. After what seemed ages, came a bus, crowded ofpassengers. When it was her turn to getting on the bus, someone said, “ Sorry, no more rooms.”Quite disappointed, my sister had to take a taxi. Half way home, therefore, the taxi broke down.Hardly had he got out of the taxi when a bus passed by. It was empty, but she had been missed it!What an unluckily day!
第三部分 写作(满分25分) 请将答案写在答题卡上的规定位置。
1. 气候宜人;2. 历史名胜众多、自然风景闻名;3. 美食荟萃;4. 交通便利;
1. 词数120左右，开头语与结尾已为你写好， 不计入总词数;
I’m so delighted to know that you are planning to visit Chengdu in the coming vacation. It’s a great pleasure
Looking forward to seeing you here and best wishes to you.
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21-25 CCADA 26-30 AABCB
31-35 BADCA 36-40 DCADC 41-45 BACAC 46-50 BDDCB
51-54 CDBD 55-58 DACD 59-62 BADB 63-66 ACDB 67-70 BBCD
【86】阅读表达 (每小题2分, 共10分)
71. How to Build a Successful Relationship. /Ways to Build a Successful Relationship.
72. Because it keeps the building (relationship) steady.
73. important/ critical
74. Fantastic. / Wonderful. / Great.
75. The third. Because if people are honest and open-minded, it’s easier to solve whatever problems there are.
【90】写作(25分)A possible version:
I’m so delighted to know that you are planning to visit Chengdu in the coming vacation. It’ a great pleasure for me to introduce to you my home town as follows.
My hometown is a beautiful city with a pleasant climate all (the) year round. It is not only rich with historical relics and ancient sites like Jinsha Relics, but also famous for its scenic spots like Qingcheng Mountain, where you can admire different wonderful natural scenery. You may also like the various delicious foods, whose color and taste are extremely inviting.
It’s convenient to get around our city. You can find almost every means of transport here, like buses , taxis, trains and subways, which can take you anywhere you like. For a tour in the city center, pedicabs must be the best choice, because it is easy for them to beat the other means of transport in a traffic jam. (132 words)
Looking forward to meeting you here and best wishes to you.