第一卷（三部分，共 115 分）
第二部分：英语知识运用 共两节 共两节， 第二部分：英语知识运用(共两节，满分 45 分)
第一节: 单项填空(共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21．—What a pity. I haven’t got a ticket for the foo
tball match tonight. —Don't worry. It’ll be broadcast _______. A．live B．lively C．alive D．living 22．—You ought to have made an apology to your English teacher last Sunday. —Yes, I know I ____. A．ought to B．have to C．should have D．must have 23．My father had ____ me a new computer as my birthday present. A．thought B．accepted C．recognized D．promised 24．Having ____ exercise every day will do great good to your health. A．a great many B．plenty of C．a great deal D．a great number of 25．The manager of the company told us that very little ____ was made of second-hand textbooks in the past A．energy B．view C．use D．sense 26．—Are you coming to the Christmas party? —I'm not sure. I ____ go to the concert instead. A．must B．would C．should D．might 27．____ not only he but also his friends been to New York? A．Does B．Do C．Has D．Have 28． new reading room____ to be very useful because a large number of students can gain a lot Our of knowledge by reading the magazines and newspapers. A．proves B．promises C．considers D．keeps 29．At present, the Chinese government is ___ a great many experts who have mastered the rules of the WTO. A．calling on B．calling for C．calling at D．calling up 30．The doctor ____ my eyes carefully and told me that there was nothing serious with them. A．saw B．examined C．checked D．controlled 31．—How will I ____ you at the airport? —Well, I'm wearing a hat and I've got a big black umbrella with me. A．recognize B．notice C．know D．realize 32．Jack tired to ____ his classmate Paul, but he wasn't____. A．play tricks with; taking in B．play tricks on; taking in C．play a trick with; taken in D．play a trick on; taken in 33．---Can you come on Monday or Tuesday? is possible. ---I’m afraid A．either B．neither C．some 34．I looked at the pretty girl carefully, ____ who she could be. A．wondering B．to wonder C．wondered 35．You ____ be hungry yet; you had a big cake only an hour ago. A．may not B．mustn't C．can't D．any D．having wondered D．needn't
第二节：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，然后从 36～55 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中， 选出最佳选项。 I never know how well Mother could keep a trust until I was going through her things after she died. I discovered something I had 36 forgotten, something that happened to me as a child. One night, as I lay in bed 37 my sister and I had said our prayers, I recalled the events of the day and how 38 I had behaved towards Mother. “I must make things right before going to sleep,” I thought. Quickly I 39 out of bed and picked up a pencil and paper, then tiptoed into the hall. The 40 from the living room shone dimly. I knew Mother was downstairs mending socks. I quickly 41 a note asking Mother to forgive me for being so 42 . I didn’t want my brothers and sisters to know our 43 so I added a postscript: “Please don’t let anyone see this.” Then I quietly moved 44 my parents’ bedroom and put the letter under Mother’s pillow. The next morning, when I 45 my bed after breakfast, I unexpectedly 46 a note under my pillow. Mother wrote that she loved me and 47 me. This became my 48 of apologizing whenever I talked back or disobeyed. Mother always left a note, but she never 49 our under-the-pillow messages in front of the family. Even when we were 50 , she never mentioned them when we brothers and sister recalled our childhood. When Mother 51 , I had to go through her personal belongings. In her desk was a bundle of notes tied with a faded ribbon (布条). On top was a message in her handwriting. It read, “In the event of my death, please 52 these.” I 53 the packet and glanced at the handwriting on the bottom. To my surprise, I 54 my childish writing, “P.S. Please don’t let anyone see this. Love, Edie.” I gently placed the unopened bundle in the 55 along with other things for the rubbish burner. “Lord,” I prayed, “make me like my mother.” 36．A．long B．just C．never D．often 37．A．before B．after C．until D．since 38．A．well B．politely C．happily D．badly 39．A．jumped B．fell C．moved D．slipped 40．A．moon B．light C．needle D．thread 41．A．found B．sent C．wrote D．took 42．A．lazy B．late C．careless D．naughty 43．A．mistake B．business C．relation D．love 44．A．out of B．around C．into D．behind 45．A．searched B．left C．made D．went to 46．A．wrote B．left C．found D．gave 47．A．missed B．understood C．supported D．forgave 48．A．way B．secret C．favorite D．trick 49．A．spoke about B．passed round C．gave out D．read aloud 50．A．happy B．curious C．grown D．interested 51．A．went away B．passed away C．die away D．break away
52．A．destroy B．keep C．hide D．read 53．A．picked up B．handed in C．looked through D．turned over 54．A．recognized B．lost C．realized D．liked 55．A．drawer B．wastebasket C．bedroom D．bookshelf 第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 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。 A George and Carol were medical students at the same college and like many other college students, they enjoyed playing jokes on people. Both of them smoked, but they knew that their professor was strongly against it, because smoking was dangerous to one's health. One day they decided to play a joke on their professor. At one of their medical lectures（讲座）there was always a skeleton （骨架模型）in the room so that the professor could show the students the different bones in the human body. That afternoon. Carol and George put a cigarette （香烟） the mouth of the skeleton that was in to be used for their next lecture. When the professor came in. he began talking and then noticed the cigarette. He went up to the skeleton, took the cigarette out of its mouth and said. “You really should give them up, old boy. Look what they're doing to you!” 56．What do the professor's words mean__________. A．It's only a joke to put a cigarette into a skeleton's mouth. B．He would persuade the skeleton to give up smoking. C．Smoking is really dangerous. It may even cause death. D．Students should not learn from the skeleton to smoke. 57．To whom did the professor really say these words？ A．To George and Carol only. B．To the skeleton which he called “old boy”. C．Only to himself. D．To all the students who attended his lecture. 58．The underlined word “they” in the passage means_________. A．George and Carol B．the students C．the bones D．cigarettes 59．What do you think of the professor? A．Serious but humorous. B．Honest and foolish. C．Kind and polite. D．Hard to get along with. B Hi, everybody! Welcome to our newly-opened Richards Cinema Bookstore! Now let me introduce to you some of the new film books in our store. Are you Chinese film fans? OK, here comes the latest 25 New Takes about Chinese films. It is a collection of 25 fresh readings of different Chinese films from the 1930s to the present. In recent years, Chinese films are very popular in the States, such as Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon, Hero, and Flowers of Shanghai. Do you like French films? Well, here is The French Cinema Book. It covers French films from the 1890s to the beginning of the 21st century. It is written for all lovers of French cinema: students and teachers, specialists and fans, and so on. Maybe you are Indian film fans and star-chasers. Then here is Encyclopedia (百科全书) of
Indian Cinema. The book is a complete introduction to all the best Indian films. It also offers a full list of names of the famous and successful film stars in the past ten years. You know, the Indian film industry is the largest in the world after our Hollywood. If you like British films, we have The British Cinema Book. It is a good review of British cinema. This book contains a good many nice pictures. In our bookstore, you can also find books about Mexican, Japanese, Australian, German and Italian films. Well, please help yourselves to some coffee or tea, and have a good time here! 60．The speaker of the passage is most probably _______. A．the author of 25 New Takes B．a tourist in the cinema bookstore C．the manager of the cinema bookstore D．a reader of Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema 61．How many Asian countries does the speaker refer to when he talks about the film books? A．Two. B．Three. C．Four. D．Nine. 62．Which of the following statements is NOT mentioned in the passage？ A．Indian cinema is second only to Hollywood. B．The British Cinema Book includes a complete list of names of stars. C．Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon is well received in the States. D．The French Cinema Book covers over a century's French films. 63．The purpose of the speaker is_______. A．to satisfy the customers' various tastes B．to keep the authors in the cinema bookstore C．to offer the tourists chances to meet the film stars D．to persuade the readers into film producers C Two students started quarreling at school. One student shouted dirty words at the other, and a fight (打架) began. What can be done to stop fights like this at school? In some schools, the disputants (争执者) sit down with peer mediators. Peer mediators are students with special training (训练) in this kind of problems. Peer mediators help the disputants to talk in a friendly way. Here are some of the ways they use: 1．Put what you think clearly but don’t say anything to hurt the other. Begin with “I feel…” instead of “You always…” 2．Listen carefully to what the other person is saying. Don’t stop the other person’s words. 3．Keep looking at the other person’s eyes when he or she talks. 4．Try to see the other person’s side of the problem. 5．Never put anyone down. Saying things like “You are foolish (愚蠢)” makes the talk difficult. 6．Try to find a result that makes both people happy. Peer mediators never decide the result or the winner. They don’t decide who is right and who is wrong. Instead, they help the two students to find their own “win-win” result. A “win-win” result can make everyone feel good. Peer mediators’ work is often successful just because it gets people to talk to each other. And getting people to talk to each other is the first step in finding a “win-win” result. 64．What can be done when there is a fight at school? A．The peer mediators and the disputants talk together.
B．The peer mediators decide the winner. C．The students themselves decide who is the winner. D．The two students sit down and listen to the peer mediators. 65．Peer mediators’ work is _____. A．to give lessons to disputants B．to help find a way to make both sides happy C．to find out who starts a quarrel D．to give students some special training 66．What should you do when the other person is speaking? A．Try to tell him or her what you think. B．Think who is right and who is wrong. C．Listen carefully and look at his or her eyes all the time. D．Ask the peer mediators as many questions as possible. 67．During the talk, if you say “You are lazy” or “I feel angry”, _____. A．the other person will know he or she is wrong B．the other person will understand you better C．it’s easy for you to decide who is right D．it’s hard for you to get a “win-win” result D Nearly all the visitors to southeast France pay a visit a Monaco, too. Lying near the French-Italian border, Monaco is not part of France, but a separate principality (大公国)—though it is surrounded by its great neighbour. Monaco became a principality in the 16th century after being owned by a family member of a certain Italian king. The French and Italian, however, soon came to protect it one after another until 1861, when it became its own master again. Facing the blue Mediterranean (地中海), Monaco is mainly made up of two cities, Monaco, where the palace for the Prince stands, and Monte Carlo, which is a wonderful place for visitors. Every year, about half a million people come to Monaco, nearly 25 tiroes as much as its population. Believe it or not, Monaco has no soldiers or policemen of its own. Law and order is kept by the French police, and the French stand for it in its foreign affairs, even the money used in Monaco is the franc, too. 68．Which of the following maps shows the right position of Monaco and its neighbouring countries? (Mc=Monaco, Fr==France, I=Italy, Md=Mediterranean)
69．Monaco has a population of ____. A．nearly 25 thousand C．about 12,500 thousand 70．Which of the following is TRUE? B．no more than 20 thousand D．a little over 20 thousand
A．The national income of Monaco must be very little. B．Monaco isn’t a completely independent country. C．A principality is a country ruled by foreigners. D．Monaco belongs to France since law and order is kept by the French police. 71．Now the head of the government of Monaco is ____. A．an Italian B．a French C．a prince D．a president E Have you ever been frustrated (沮丧的) when left talking to yourself after your mobile phone battery runs out in the middle of a call? If yes, then here comes some good news. Scientists are now perfecting a way to recharge (充 电) electrical equipment while on the move. Researchers from the Netherlands, France and Portugal announced last week that they have developed very thin solar panels (太阳能板) that can be put on clothes. They can also be added to furniture and rooftops. They change light from the sun into electricity. In about three years, you'll be able to wear a jacket that will recharge your phone as you walk. For camping fans, the development could lead to a tent which charges batteries all day so you can have light or music at night. The basic technology of wearable solar panels is the same as that used for conventional (传统 的) solar panels. Pairs of sheets of semi-conducting silicon (半导体硅) are linked together to form the panel. But scientists made them much thinner by using different silicon. At one micro-metre, they are the same thickness as photographic film. "This technology will make it easier for people to use clean energy sources," said Gerrit Kroesen, a physicist in the Netherlands who led the team of scientists. But the thin panels are not as efficient as the thicker ones. While some solar panels now operate at an efficiency of about 20 per cent, the new flexible (柔韧的) panels are only 7 per cent efficient. But the scientists believe that this is worth accepting for a stronger and more useful panel. But the thinner panel is cheaper. An A4 sized panel put onto the back of a jacket costs less than US$13. It could charge a cellphone during a summer walk in the countryside. As long as you stay within range of the transmitting masts (发射天线) that relay a call to the networks, phones will never again run out of power. 72．What is the meaning of the phrase "on the move" in paragraph 2? A．Taking a course of action. B．Going from one place to another. C．Changing clothes before moving. D．Changing the mobile phone battery. 73．What is the passage mainly about? A．A way to recharge electrical equipment. B．A new kind of chargeable battery. C．A new type of mobile phone. D．A use of mobile phones. 74．What is the most important in the development of the technology? A．Photographic film. B．Warmer clothes.
C．Furniture and rooftops. D．Thin flexible solar panels. 75．What is NOT likely to happen in the future? A．You can listen to music in a campsite using the electricity from sunshine. B．Your mobile phone battery runs out in the middle of a call. C．You wear a jacket that will recharge your phone. D．You can change light from the sun into electricity.
第二卷（共 35 分）
第四部分：写作（共两节，满分 35 分） 第一节：短文改错（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分） We are all busy talking about and use the Internet which set up in the 1960s. At first, the Internet was only used by the government, but, in the early 1970s, the universities, hospitals and banks were allowed to use it either. However, computers were still expensive and the Internet was difficult to use it. By the start of the 1990s, computers become cheaper and easier. Today it is easy to get on-line and it is told that millions of people use the Internet every day. Send e-mail are more and more popular among students.
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It has become one of the most important parts of people’s life. 第二节：书面表达（满分 25 分） 美国中学生 Jeff 将要来你所在的红星中学学习中文， 经协商安排住在你家。 假设你是李 华，请给 Jeff 写一封信，按照下图顺序介绍他来中国后的生活安排。 注意：1．信的开头已为你写好。 2．词数不少于 110。
Dear Jeff, I’m Li Hua from Beijing Hongxing Middle School. I’m very happy to learn that you’re going to stay with my family while you’re in Beijing…
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56-60 CDDAC 61-65 BBAAB 66-70 CDCDB 71-75 CBADB 76． use→using77． 前加 was set 掉 it 82．become→became 85．are→is Dear Jeff, I’m Li Hua from Beijing Hongxing Middle School. I’m very happy to learn that you’re going to stay with my family while you’re in Beijing. While you are here, we’ll provide you with a room of your own with a bed, a desk, a couple of chairs and a TV. You’ll also have your own bathroom. Our school is quite close to our home, so we could go to school together by bike. At noon we’ll eat at the school dining hall. I’m sure you’ll like the delicious Chinese food there, and enjoy talking with friends over lunch. Chasses in our school usually finish at 4 in the afternoon. Talking with friends over lunch. Classes in our school usually finish at 4 in the afternoon. You can then join other students in playing ball games or swimming. It’ll be a lot of fun. If you have any questions or requests, please let me know. We’ll try our best to make your stay here in Beijing a pleasant experience. Best wishes, Li Hua 83．told→said 84.Send 前加 To 或 Send→Sending 78 . √ 79.去掉 the 80． either→too 81． 去