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第 I 卷 （70 分）
I. Listening Comprehension (20 分) Section A （10 分） Directions: In Section A, you will hear ten short conversations between two speakers. At the end of each conversation, a question will be asked about what was said. The conversations and the questions will be spoken only once. After you hear a conversation and the question about it, read the four possible answers on your paper, and decide which one is the best answer to the question you have heard. 线 1. A. 145 minutes. B. 120 minutes. 2. A. The bus was late. C. She got up later than usual. C. 130 minutes. D. 160 minutes. B. She forgot her class. D. Her clock went wrong.
3. A. The woman wants to have dinner out. B. The woman wants to go out in the evening. C. The woman wants to dine where they were last night. D. The woman wants to invite the man to go out tonight. 4. A. Jerry. B. Jimmy. C. Cathy. D. Shelly. 5. A. By car. B. By bus. C. By train. D. On foot. 6. A. The woman went to the concert last night. B. The man was standing at the back of the concert hall. C. The concert was warmly received. D. The concert lasted the whole night. 7. A. Preparing the dinner. B. Sleeping. C. Helping his mom out. D. Reading. 8. A. $800. B. $1,200. C. $640. D. $960. 9. A. Husband and wife. B. Dentist and patient. C. Customer and cashier. D. Doctor and nurse. 10. A. Having confidence in her son. B. Teaching her son by herself. C. Asking the teacher for extra help. D. Telling her son not to worry. Section B （6 分） Directions: In Section B, you will hear two short passages, and you will be asked three questions on each of the passages. The passages will be read twice, but the questions will be spoken only once. When you hear a question, read the four possible answers on your paper and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. 11. A. Because he wanted her to know how rich he was. B. Because he wanted her to know how much he liked her.
C. Because he wanted her to learn how to dance. D. Because he wanted her to love everything she saw. 12. A. Because he didn’t have a wonderful meal. B. Because he asked the waiter to bring him a glass of iced-water. C. Because he was frightened to see the bill. D. Because he had danced the whole evening. 13. A. Because he thought the young man wasn’t well and needed help. B. Because he thought the young man wanted one more drink. C. Because he thought the young many had cheated him. D. Because the young man wanted him to do so. Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following report. 14. A. Everyone must master a new language. B. The younger one is, the easier it is to learn a new language. C. The ability to learn a new language has nothing to do with age. D. Older people have a better command of a new language. 15. A. One. B. Two. C. Three. D. Four. 16. A. Adults have better self-control. B. Adults know more about the world. C. Adults have positive attitude toward learning. D. Adults can learn in a logic way. Section C （4 分） Directions: In Section C, you will hear one conversation. The conversation will be read twice. After you hear the conversation, you are required to fill in the numbered blanks with the information you have heard. Write your answers on your answer sheet. Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation.
Complete the form. Write ONE WORD for each answer. II. Grammar and Vocabulary （26 分） Section A (10 分) Directions： Beneath each of the following sentences there are four choices marked A, B. C and D. Choose the one answer that best completes the sentence. 21. --How is Mike now? --Don’t worry. He will call us as soon as he _____ the USA. A. reaches B reached C. will reach D is reaching 22. An excellent way to help memory is to connect information with pictures, which ______ as a memory-link method.
A. considers B. is considering C. is considered D. considered 23. He no longer rents an apartment , for he ______ one within the walking distance from where works.. A. will buy B.bought C. has bought D. had bought 24. As a working mother, she tries to keep a balance _______ work and family. A. over 考试号 B. under C. between D. with
25. During the past decade, ______ farmer workers have come to big cities to make a living. A. the large number of B. a large number of C. a large amount of D. large amounts of 26. - It is said that two man-made structures are clearly visible from space. One is the Great Wall of China, and __________ is Japan’s Kansai International Airport. A. another B.other C. the other D. either 27. Oetzi, the 5,000 year old ―Iceman‖, ______on the alpine border between Italy and Austria in 1991. A. was discovering B. was discovered C. had been discovered D. discovered 28. Many people sleep with the charging phones right next to their heads, _____ could increase the chances of getting cancer. A. which B. whom C. who D. that 29. In modern society, great attention should be paid to,especially among young people, how to establish and ______ healthy financial habits. A. preserve B. stay C. reserve D. maintain 30. Mr. Smith was so angry at all _______ Bill was doing ________ he left. A. that; what B. that; that C. which; which D. what; that Section B （7 分） Directions：After reading the passage below, fill in the blanks to make the passage coherent and grammatically correct. For the blanks with a given word, fill in each blank with the proper form of the given word; for the other blanks, use one word that best fits each blank. ____31____ the baby was born, the Buddha(佛陀) said goodbye to him. The baby was crying all the time, letting out a sigh and saying, ―I am quite___32____ (confuse) for I will become so little and know nothing. How helpless I will be!‖ ―I ____33____ already_______ (arrange) a Bodhisattva ___34___ will lead you in the world. She will guarantee your safety, take care of you and love you until you ___35____(grow) up. It is also _____36_____ moment that she has accomplished her mission and return to my side again‖ the Buddha comforted him. ―What is the name of that Bodhisattva ?‖the little stopped ____37______(cry) . The Buddha smiled and said ,―Her name is MOTHER.‖
Section C (9 分) Directions： Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be sed once. Note that there is one word more than you need.
A. appealing E. recently I. melted
B.average F.impact J. sensible
C. ranging G. line
D. dramatic H.maintain
Global warming is a trend toward warmer conditions around the world. Part of the warming is natural; we have experienced a 20,000-year-long warming as the last ice age ended and the ice ___38___ away. However, we have already reached temperatures that are in ___39___ with other 考试号 minimum-ice periods, so continued warming is likely not natural. We are contributing to a predicted worldwide increase in temperatures ___40___ between 1℃ and 6℃ over the next 100 years. The warming will be more ___41___ in some areas, less in others, and some places may even cool off. Likewise, the ___42___ of this warming will be very different depending on where you are-coastal areas must worry about rising sea levels, while Siberia and northern Canada may 线 become more habitable （宜居的） and ___43___ for humans than these areas are now. The fact remains, however, that it will likely get warmer, on ___44___, everywhere. 姓名： 封 Scientists are in general agreement that the warmer conditions we have been experiencing are at least in part the result of a human-induced global warming trend. Some scientists ___45___ that the changes we are seeing fall within the range of random （无规律的） variation-some years are cold, others warm, and we have just had an unremarkable string of warm years ___46___ but that is becoming an increasingly rare interpretation in the face of continued and increasing warm 密 conditions. III. Reading Comprehension (24 分) Section A （10 分） Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. Dear Seth, You are only three years old, and at this point in your life you are not able to understand this letter. But some day when you grow up , I hope you will find something valuable in what I am going to share with you. Life can be ___47____. There will be people in your life who won’t be very nice. They’ll___48____ you because you are different, or simply for no good reason. You will also face heartbreak and might be hurt by those you love. I hope you don’t have to face these too much, but such things ___49____ . Be open to life anyway. You’ll find cruelty and___50____in your journey through life, but don’t let that ___51____you from finding new things. Don’t retreat(退却) from life, and don’t hide or wall yourself off. Be open to new things, new experiences, and new people. You’ll ___52____ many times, but if you allow that to stop you from trying, you will miss many chances. Do remember failure is a stepping stone to ___53____ . You will meet many people who will try to do___54____than you, in school, in college and at work. They’ll try to have nicer cars, bigger houses, nicer clothes, and so on. To them , life is a
competition. However, I believe life is a journey. If you always try your best to___55____ others, you’re wasting your life. Learn to enjoy your life, and make it a journey of___56____, of learning, and of love. Finally, know that I love you and always will. You are starting a really wonderful journey, and I will always be there for you. Your loving dad 47. A. rough B. peaceful C. equal D. simple 48. A. end up with B. get on well with C. laugh at D. look after 49. A. matter B. work C. disappear D. happen 50. A. luck B. pain C. difference D. hope 51. A. protect B. encourage C. discourage D. choose 52. A. leave B. prepare C. escape D. fail 53. A. success B. life C. action D. sorrow 54. A. earlier B. better C. less D. faster 55. A. change B. pardon C. follow D. beat 56. A. cruelty B. danger C. happiness D. quietness Section B （14 分） Directions: Read the following three passages. Each passage is followed by several questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that fits best according to the information given in the passage you have just read. A The iPhone, the iPad: each of Apple’s products sounds cool and has become a fad(一时的风 尚). Apple has cleverly taken advantage of the power of the letter ―i‖ –-- and many other brands are following suit. The BBC’s iPlayer --- which allows Web users to watch TV programs on the Internet ---used the title in 2008. A lovely bear --- popular in the US and UK --- that plays music and video is called ―iTeddy‖. A slimmed-down version( 简装本 ) of London’s Independent newspaper was started last week under the name ―i‖. In general, single-letter prefixes(前缀) have been popular since the 1990s, when terms such as e-mail and e-commerce(电子商务) first came into use. Most ―i‖ products are targeted at （针对）young people and considering the major readers of Independent’s ―i‖, it’s no surprise that they’ve selected this fashionable name. But it’s hard to see what’s so special about the letter ―i‖. Why not use ―a‖, ―b‖, or ―c‖ instead? According to Tony Thorne, head of the Language Center at King’s College, London, ―i‖ works because its meaning has become ambiguous. When Apple uses ―i‖, no one knows whether it means Internet, information, individual or interactive, Thorne told BBC Magazines. ―Even when Apple created the iPod, it seems it didn’t have one clear definition（定义）,‖ he says. ―However, thanks to Apple, the term is now connected with portability (轻便) .‖adds Thorne. Clearly the letter ―i‖ also agrees with the idea that the Western World is centered on the individual. Each person believes they have their own needs, and we love personalized products for this reason. Along with ―Google‖ and ―blog‖, readers of BBC Magazines voted ―i‖ as one of the top 20 words that have come to define the last decade(十年).
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But as history shows, people grow tired of fads. From the 1900s to 1990s, products with ―2000‖ in their names became fashionable as the year was connected with all things advanced and modern. However, as we entered the new century, the fashion disappeared. 57. People use iPlayer to __________. A. listen to music B. make a call C. watch TV programs online D.read newspapers 58. We can infer that the Independent’s ―i‖ is designed for _________. A. young readers B. old readers C. fashionable women D. engineers 59. The underlined word ―ambiguous‖ means ―__________‖. A. popular B. uncertain C. clear D. unique 60. The writer suggests that __________. A. ―i‖ products are often of high quality B. iTeddy is alive bear C. the letter ―b‖ replaces letter ―i‖ to name the products D. the popularity of ―i‖ products may not last long B Kuringai Chase National Park Guided Walks and Nature Activities SUNDAY MAY 7 EASY Early Morning Stroll in Upper Lane Cove Valley Meet at 7:30 a.m. at the end of Day RD, Cheltenham, while the bush is alive with birdsong. Round trip: 4 hours FRIDAY JUNE 6 EASY Poetry around a campfire Meet 7:00 p.m. Kalkaari Visitor Center. Share your favourite poem or one of your own with a group around a gently cracking fire. Drinks and food to follow. Bring a cup and a blanket (or a chair). Cost: $4.00 per person. Duration: 2.5 hours
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FRIDAY MAY 12 MEDIUM Possum prowl Meet 7:30 p.m. at Seaforth Oval carpark. Enjoy the peace of the bush at night. Lovely water views. Bring torch and wear non-slip shoes as some rock climbing involved. Coffee and biscuits supplied. Duration: 2 hours
SUNDAY JUNE 4 HARD Baime Basin Track Meet 9:30 a.m. Track#8, West Head Road, Magnificent Pittwater views. Visit Beechwood cottage. Bring lunch and
SUNDAY JUNE 25 EASY Morning Walk at Mitchell Park Meet 8:30 a.m. entrance to Mitchell Park, Mitchell Park Rd. Cattai for a pleasant walk wandering through rainforest, river flats and dry forest to swampland（沼泽地）. Binoculars （双筒望远镜）a must to bring as many birds live here. Finish with morning tea. Duration: 3 hours --------------------------------------------------------GRADING EASY suitable for ALL fitness levels MEDIUM for those who PERIODICALLY
drink. Some steep sections. Reasonable fitness required.
exercise only if you REGULARLY exercise
61. If you seldom exercise, prefer nature to literature and are used to getting up early, you’re most likely to join __________. A. Early Morning Stroll in Upper Lane Cove Valley B. Baime Basin Track C. Poetry around a campfire D. Morning Walk at Mitchell Park 62. If you want to enjoy the peace of the bush at night, you are required to __________. A. meet at 7:30 p.m. June 6 B. bring slippers with you C. prepare a torch D. climb rocks for two hours 63. In the activity ―Morning Walk at Mitchell Park‖, one may have no chance to ___________. A. appreciate bird watching B. enjoy mountain climbing C. take a relaxing walk D. have morning tea 第Ⅱ卷（共 30 分） I. Translation (15 分 每题 3 分) Directions: Translate the following sentences into English, using the words given in the brackets. 1. 在大多数的文化当中，点头表示同意。 （signal） 2. 很多人失败的原因在于缺乏勇气。(lack of ) 3. 毫无疑问，Tom 的言行给客户们留下了很好的印象。(no doubt) 4. 作为家长，他们非常关心孩子的未来的发展。(concerned) 5. 尽管老师一再提醒我们要注重细节，但是许多学生还是置若罔闻。(remind) II. Guided Writing （15 分） Directions: Write an English composition in 120 – 150 words according to the instructions given below in Chinese. Please wrire a letter to your former class teacher, describing your school life at present time. (给你以前的初中班主任老师写一封信，信中请描述你现在的高一的学习和生活。) Dear Teacher,
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_______________________________________________________________________________ Sincerely yours, Li Hua
I.Listening Comprehension (20%)
1-5 C C A D B 6-10 C B C B A 11-13 B C A 14-16 B B C 17 655038 18 seafood 19 rubbish II. Grammar and Vocabulary （26 分） Section A (10 分) 21-25 ACCCB Section B （6 分） 31.before the 37. crying Section C (10 分) 38-46 IGCDF ABHE III. Reading Comprehension (24 分) Section A （10 分） 47-51 ACDBC 52-56 DABDC Section B （14 分） 57-60 CABD 61-63 ACB Transaltion 1. In many cultures, nodding head signals agreement. 1 1 1 2. Many people’s failures lie in lack of courage. 1 1 1 3. There is no doubt that Tom’s words and behaviours have left a good impression on customers. 1 1 1 4. As parents, they are very concerned about the future development of their children. 1 1 1 5. While teachers remind us to pay attention to detail, many of the students pay no attention to it/take no 0.5 1 0.5 1 notice of it/turn a deaf ear to it. 32. confused 33. have arranged 34.who/that 35.grow/have grown 36. 26-30 CBADB
I. Listening Comprehension Section A 1. M: Does the film start at 8:00 or 8:15? W: It starts at 8:30 and ends at 10:40. Q: How long does the film last?
2. M: Nancy, why were you late for class this morning? W: I overslept and missed the bus. Q: Why was Nancy late? 3 .W: I think we'd better dine out. M: Again? We just did it last night. It is too expensive. Q: What does the women want to do? 4. M: We’re planning a party for Shelly, who’s going to retire this semester. W: That’s a good idea. I hope you invite Jimmy, Cathy and Jerry. Q: Who’s going to retire? 5. W: Do you walk to work every day? M: No, it’s too far to walk. There is a bus going right by my house. But when it rains or when the bus is crowded, I do wish I had a car. Q: How does the man usually go to work? 6. W: Were there a lot of people at the concert last night? M: It was really very crowded. Some people were standing at the back of the concert hall. Q: What do you learn from this conversation? 7. W: Wake up, Eric, time to rise. The dinner is ready. M: Hmm ... Oh, hi, Mom. I must have fallen asleep while I was reading. Q: What was Eric doing when the woman was calling him? 8. M: Good morning. I’d like to know the price of the flight ticket to New York. W: OK. The one-way ticket is 400 dollars, and the round ticket is 600 dollars. If you pay by credit card, you will have 20% discount. Q: How much will it cost if the man buys two one-way tickets by credit card? 9. W: My tooth hurts whenever I bite into something cold or hot. M: Let me have a check. Q: What's the probable relationship between the two speakers? 10. W: What would you do if you were in my place? M: If David were my son, I’d just not worry. Now that his teacher is giving him extra help and he is working hard himself, he’s sure to do well in the next exam. Q: What’s the man’s suggestion to the woman? Section B Questions 11 through 13 are based on the following passage. A young man had a new girlfriend, who he wanted to please very much. One evening he invited her to an expensive restaurant with him. They ate wonderful food and had a great many drinks. They listened to the beautiful music and danced wildly until midnight. The girl enjoyed the whole evening and she loved everything she saw. Then the waiter brought the bill at the end of the evening. When the young man saw how much he had to pay, he was greatly surprised and he went as white as a sheet. The waiter, who was watching his face, thought he might be ill, so he quickly picked up a glass of iced-cold water and emptied it over the young man’s head. Then he took the bill back and added to it ―Iced-water: 50 cents.‖
Questions: 11. Why did the young man invite his new girlfriend to an expensive restaurant? 12. Why did the young man’s face go as white as sheets? 13. Why did the waiter pour a glass of iced-water over the young man’s head? Questions 14 through 16 are based on the following passage. Most people think that the older you get, the harder it is to learn a new language. That is why they believe that children learn more easily than adults. Thus, at some point in our lives, maybe around age twelve or thirteen we lose the ability to learn language well. Is it true that children learn a foreign language more easily than adults? One report, on 2,000 Danish children studying Swedish, showed that the teenagers learn more in less time than the younger children. Another report, on Americans learning Russian, showed that the ability to learn a language increases as the age increases from childhood to adulthood. There are several possible explanations for these results. For one thing, adults know more about the world and therefore are able to understand meanings more easily than children. Moreover, adults can use logical thinking to help themselves in learning a new language. Finally adults have more self-control than children. Therefore it seems that the common belief that children are better learners than adults may not be true. Questions: 14. According to this talk, what’s the common belief about learning a new language? 15. How many reports are mentioned in the passage? 16. Which quality of adults is not mentioned in the passage? Section C Blanks 17 through 20 are based on the following conversation. M: Good morning! Green Sense. Can I help you? W: Hello, my name is Mary White and I want to complain about a sea food restaurant. M: OK, can I take down your telephone number? W: My phone number is 655038. M: Good! So what would you like to complain about? W: Actually two things. First, the restaurant dumps its rubbish in the street and you could imagine what that attracts—rats! M: Right! I’ve got that! And the second problem? W: The restaurant doesn’t put bottles and cans in recycling bins. It’s not responsible. M: Got it! What’s the address of the sea food restaurant? W: It’s 449 Shanghai Street. M: OK! We’ll look into it and call you back. W: Thank you. Goodbye!